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 Read the News'big
offer on page 2
OIXME 2, Xl'Mi;. :. s_
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er on page 2
N'E\.   WESTMIN
[KR, B.C., FRIDAY MORNINC., APRIL 12,1907.
JNIVERSITY  SITE  _f_S THIRD SURVH HAS
DISCUSSED COMPLETED WORK
0 CENTS PER w eek
.'>
HARRIMAN RAILWAY IS
BUDGET SPtfl-H CO/V./AG
v. Prominent Citizens Talk Over Proposal to Build at
Central Park Strong Committee Appointed- -Maxwell
Smith Aptly Describes Advantages of Location.
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CHILLIWACK���STATE     CF     SU
MAS   LAKE   DESCRIEED.
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possible���quotes ^i,-eat  Northern's    Formidable   Rival   Will    Invade    Hill's
Territory  and   Build   a  Line   Coming   to  New  Westminster Over the Bridge---C.P.R.-Harriman  Combine.
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nal get ���   ...--
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elevatioi irk,  ton,  ���������
laXi:;-      mil conveniences
i . - e red t Vi       iver o i
Westmins ��� taken a greati        -       .   .
rest   in  e . icai on than hi .���..-.       ved        D. S   Cm tis, sei
���    thi thi    flrsl   high '���      ��������� Keai}. lhal thi
an I first ��� -��� British Col     ng ex      .....
eing  es ���        en       \ i   ol overnment,  in    t
, Mr. Smil ��� ras   ������   .        ��� educational
to take       Id ol the matti r, ai        irnoses,
Enncoui I   .N       Wi stminsti It w as bj   Ri v SI
pot   con tn      forces, it was   secon led \   erman   Garrett,  thai
���,   ��� '. Island n ighl   Immedial       tion bi  taken in tin
hi- the sit* ter of sei site in Cenl    I Par.
_r. . ������ - ��� : thi   si mmm ents        Vfti sin.   seve etalls
'the  -        '��� ��� ���     ud expressed him    meeting   lee   ��� :   i] on  I he  - .-   ���
1/.   .        tin     m-   union   which   he   ol D. S. i that tin   Vev.  Westmin-
i ��� ���  . ��� - in   accoi 1      ' ��� ���   me I   the   Vnnrou\ ���
..: thai would tend   committi       -   -  on   .is    |Kissible    to
thorough!}   .    into   h.   n al !<
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The construction of the line which
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no don ouse I
. lt had
tion v
.   istrial ex pan
on   he  was ine     ...   .
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:  of  which  whs
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to Vancouver.
On*--   month   ag.
.laneliises for a tun	
attli	
Wati     -       prop-
,     ,   ,. . .      ,....:,...
new Hi" deal here ha     ?en closed. Tl
(s   nol   however, ex.       vei;
....
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he  i ��� ind si
...    i      ...
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v
over thi i
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anage el
]m . Washing. ���    Iat.      \i
  iresi     it i vi
"ere  in   Bellingham y< - ���
v          the dea
howevi
combination of the C.
I     on   Pacific    in     VCesti
\1    '    ���  . -, aga ns   t_n Hill h -   ���
irvi   i     would  depend   to   i '        '   '
I
rds  ': ���   futhei ance ol  i hi   h
| . It   was   his
time   l       ��� . :  ���   when
in        -     ild in    rest het
���   and lie' wished to
��� ... h     an   : ���
ni  t    ���   tota Ij  free from parities,    hat   ��� 'i   Instil ul lon  i>f
shonl I nol    .  di nominati en-
it sh nl i   ie conl n '
ion  u:   individual.
e in   the hands
eu        .       : ime   wa-
iineu     -���    -     set tin
'':
:.-.'.! n was i
ed   and   i     .ca   on   de
.nl      eferei       u    enl Imen-
aiih ;i vi. ������        ������ 'In  great-
nuniliei
m'im   com dered.
CHILI.     CRUSHED.
Stunting    Siring    of    Cars     Fearfully
Mangle   Little   Girl.
��� ���    iie, ' ;     White the yard en
,. i ged in shunting a i
,,   cai    . te the C. P, It. de|>ol  I
girl ntiii.. tl  It..:-,.     si \ ���  .
. '���|'tl;|l''.'l!    tee    ,    OSS    ill''
he    en   i	
,...:,:-, roil ���" i lon,
I! undei I he s\ heels. The tirst
...    ed hei    les   ci nsl   n
I; in   . ' "tn" and ���- ��� ���
��� ���   ; ,       The   wheel?
'i      . ���     a   portion   of  '.ne'   linn i
In    off I hi   Finger tips.
iia\
i
Si,i-   wa    Immediateli    i emnved    to
place   for a   univarsit;   t]     v   .,, ,. ,,... .. ,, v ,���,,,   ,,���. ,. ,(.,,,rs
���   ''"' location   ,���..,, ,���,, ...   .,.. ,, , ���    0| ,,, .  ,,.,.    ,
linkPlI   tn   th"   to"*   �����'-    .,,,,,     pnS(      ;.       ,     |mr||c���jar|v     SH(]    ,���,,.
11   ��� ,  -1,   ...    ���   ,,  tin   child     mot ':���
^^^^^^_^_1s wid 'Ml. Iiielid   ti.ntns'.
���  ''���   I' " "   ''���'���>'-���   ��� ��� l��J       '��� i iii ti,.- ti rrlble exploi Ion nl Mi.'
.. titaji s   whir i   cn.iiii   nn
inked to Lhi   land en
' ��� ��� Iral   i'tet:..   Ln  I >r.  sir
ill-     'e!"tll    spot
��� . i . the dyking of Suma i
...        s surve;    passed   through
...       ,      he   lake,    Qui itione I
n     ' i   conditions pi e\ ali
.   :     Mi   si, laii  n   Iii d tha
���    ���      ..   ���:. - -        lei p. and  n man>
n con :   walli  about   with
,'   .',,, s and  no      i:   his   feel   wet
\ channel running through tli mtt.
he   lake   im    ;eiu v ���     full ol  w ate
���'.. . \    .  ��� ���   t Iver   ll-
,\ ..���' ;   would   "'i ill   tli �� n
���i is e hai in ' and   >��   i ip lhi  lan '   Tho
.li     wa      con      'I    ol
��� - ,- .        lered thai   rhen
would :iMii-.  ie1' al
Tin- other two       ��� ��� -    mi
���      which      i.i   been   Bent   out    ionic
ill '    ahead  of   him,   had  - kli led  I hi
Jake, one on I he not I h em i . nn on the
:i   - i '      but   ' 111     route  ���'" . nt   a
at don) ol '���'.  ii", m fl llil.- i he .. titi'i
..' tin   Iat.' routi  ���,'.',, (ly level
\\ 'iliir fhe nexl   ��� w ila      I hi   fl i
��� ei plan   of the threi   uirvei in]   i nglti
..-���-'. ���  ���    "
, -, in    ,    where    in   II
ne'   derision   wi'l   he   muilc      In    he
mi .iim ime   ��� nch   ol    ' he  ��� n.   neei     I
li      ng i Imi  h" lin--    urvoyi i ; he  I n
will  i.r llnalli  cho ��� n     '1 In   rol
lowing were thi   I    i   ��      til  the    n
\ iy  purl v, \n    '. w hie li  n tin ni i
: r  \i. Plnciiiir chit f i n   ni i
\    Bnrclny,    i   nnd  i ngim ei     .1    Mi
Ci 11 1,   \    Hid -.   s    I-:.   Unruni '.   VI
Cameron, J   M   llucker. .Tiimi'
.    .:    -
I    11
Hill,  W. (
nnipl ell .mii  u   ri.,i[
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:: .        .      dace,    1 :������ .- in
���',-������������     'i  fa
: ���   ���   .     Ite before o lie
" .��� ."    lulldlng   ' dtica
��� '��� ..     tho   inlvei
11  ��� :    nt her   e Im itoni
na m
lictnit
.- ol iii"   Ininijle
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i] next   a!
Hi
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.11,' 1   1    111
'I hi       1
.< 1 ol  Centri '  Park  as  1
���   ��� - : 1     1
he
tii ,       ovince
h    ���   ��� ii ��� ii- mo.' ment,
ited 1 'e'M  he' I..id the
IIOO.i HO  for   this
elf we ild  do  all
lsl   ti: mi. thei  'li-
Coal Creek mines in  1902
Novel Advertising Scheme.
.'\ ti   ex< 1 ti ��� ���,   clever  devici
��� ���       ���   '.   led by J. H. To Id  ' n
irjio.si .'������  I In    '1     E       11
end Graph   -    11    record . ��� ��� 1   ol
lln '    '  '      lew
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ifflxcd     IWO
DUNSMUIR    HOUSE    ��URN3.
Property Recently Purchased by Lieut'
Gove nor Goe. Up In Flam.-,
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Vi rnon      \    11     11
timplnlcl
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_______________________
I.       nl on given I
large an       ipreciatl lence   no
1  ., : -    : .      :   .
Italian Op<   a,
ich world 1
1      me .laco
Palate  Identification.
Yi tnna,   April   10    Dr,  Prager,    an
W.  Creighton   bronghl   .   m Na   made a
he platform.     17"  sl 11 I;   ol   metho '   ���      lentifica lon, re-
lank  .1  n. Taylor  for  his  0   imen 1 .                 the shape
1   .-!:.   and   11 ed   -     the       al Ie                    that   II
imenl    In  favor of  I    far more -effl in flngi    tip
ion.   considering   Central  Identification.
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���������������������������������������
��� ���������������������
Thaw's Fate Still In Doubt.
hlmne
���   . '��� 1
and   '' a       M
(alien   lo      - 1       ml   bi
plothi Thi
In t hi y
hut   Mi    McMu len nn
-   -
Col.   Steele   Interviewed.
London,   \ pi I]  11     Col _   li  S
.,.;'.. I in. ���        ted   hi     hi
f the     ni can Con
.: cordial as
., :.  "     Mounted Po
��� ��� .-. Ith ti." people     .11 the men
Ike l 'i" gi n feme >    '> hi  n -
felt  for  them  1 red I    ad led to
'     effl   ency,    Steele also dwelt on
isity of mu: ial confidence be
mi   'ti" offlcei 9 and   men nnd the
m 1   ol    couting,
iv,. ifli     ailwa;    I       ��� 11 1
; osi -     ' ���   thought  thai
��� nm   \. as not alto ..:'"    I -
inten st - of the countrj    n
. hal   the  govi 1 nment   should
li M dal lon w lib b �� ould     - > -
���  ���      ��� lie lands b;  b ��� ��� nlai
li  had  bi '",1   -ii'. 1 that 1 In   n.y ���
Grand   Pi 1 nk Pai ide woul 1   ��� -
greater 1 v  ��� nditui e in
idi  oi -'  ' at lon, ��� m     than
1 . om outlay an n. He
u        ,        ���        , Mir     oul     111 I     - ���'
eril'.   had   followed,   an :   ' ���
lie)   tl   _".'.' I   pontintie tu   a
up     n ;   di ��� ���   ��� ����� ' nl
 .��� ' ���    districts       ���   ��� via
���',  '    .   :i    ��� . :     '
v 11. i-   ���'..- . pinion '"��� '    hi        nment
'\   I ;    ie v.       .       I,   ,
\n,,- ii.-; poinl �� as the sale ol Urn ei
IiurIik'sh     Qin -     in     from
,    ...       ii,   1   men     I In    h
.,1 .. iii, 1 e was a    real       I ol       - ula
linn   Thoui ii In   stippo ed ihi in
ut  iii,   receni   election
1 in-  ��� ,,\.-1 ami in   to con
electorate endoi sed thei    Hn     1
1 1    le,    belli 1. 1   1 'en   !- ni   ��� h
1. ' 11 1 .   1,    ' 11,     Mi,'.    11)1     ��� ���   ���    1      ��� 1    1
have  been lhi   snnn
In dealing  with  lhi   'i'i ini e
M,  .ii'   ,   n  iii,- finance ministei  : 1 I
announced  1111    "��� ei 1 1 pi mill 11 n
ountlng Iti ..tun.11.hi    |f the govni ������ 1
i' in   "ni it ti ,1 tn nial " Btich an     1
'��� Ith .en   the   nut hoi It;   ol   Ihe   hoi   1
1 hon in his opinion, II '.vie.; Bonn
oi ,1 ran " and nbBolutel    111	
I- ' nil the '��� glslatuie 1 !'"-. to ���.-   ���
Blipplj
Thei''   ii ns  nnothei  poinl   I       hie!
hi   wished in draw attention    11     un
which   ' ii"   I'm im.    mini ler   to
1 ni" cii .1    rent deal of tred!      1 fe   h
���   led     Im1   lhi    gnveri nl
fin        i,0 io '���' In in mon
11 ie. 1   I,  1 ii ,        , ���    .
- ii   -1.     01 "," ed  In  1
Ol   hat 01   unit there li   1
fto  li       ���      . ..      Ing   In   th
i'i       :      1
" ill : nol  thlnl   11 iny I
1111 . nsnctlon I
'.  : "���   ' ��� ni      nd fo  p] In
nkii
CORRUPTION IS RIFE.
Giaft tl-e On'y Tiling That Progresses,
In   Morocco.
1
ond011    '    fill     'i' .   ���
....   thi    '.   "!" i".   di
. h     from     I angii 1        Coi uptioti
among the I  native offlcia
���     ��� ���        and  bounds.    It
onl;   ���!��� ml  thai  doi ���   pro. ���
In   Moi oci 0.    \m 1   onlj   an   the  1  \ il
, ffji Mi's bi lling 1 '01'������ nnu ni  lai
, , I,, ;ii|..   tin    pi oce< -Is.   bul   thi    su
.   ..      ...   commandi   - a ���      1
��� ���". 11 _ gold ' oil  " 't'i which
te) 1 :i.   Mu: . tn;, ,  1, ,,,,| B ��� ba   I hi
tiiinni <"i !���' . ni h t'n i English gold ' as
risen
rii.    nn'," ��� unate   Sultan,   ��host   fl
nam es are In sm h a state thai he iu
-.. nini   '      ��� " els, is actuall; pa; Ini
���' eeel.i      1  ' li,  -  .     in    ll..       _  ..,    i,        dl
���I I . .     -.    ,   .    ((I      . li, \",l   III,I
1 quai Iei  tin   numb*    ��� ������   I   and tho
hat do 1   ��� .   :������ ������' tii ill.   :i--' li   -
in ~-.ii,  , ��� (bi se n"' once iled abuses
i-i ��� 11 loi >   to i.e.""   1 hal   the
ii""1: h  Mini ti     il   wai   has utisha!
tcred ronfidi iei   In his own  horn si.
' 1 han can ' ������ salt! ol thi
opinion  of  'ii"   public,   si ho  eiiT" I ���
method    md env;   him his oppoi
tunlties,
BEAVER   BUTTS   BRIDGE.
���1:1   <-���< rr'aeei Tiaqqed With White
Handkerchief.
Hi)      ,���      p      (?.    te. . M. ���,.. .n
il ,     ti.   mi ,,,   1, ,.    bridgi   '
da;   afternoon   wh le on    : ���      eturn
ourne;       ��� m    up   rlvi ���.    sm ��� -tuny
���1  ,-i).. of ilu- piers  " '���������'<! ���
.   . -.   forci       v itt" time the - 1
sti ic ���    a  C   P.  ft. tydin   . as   ap-
.  ��� n '- n    and, fearing thai the 1
'Mi,! been  Beriouslj   damaged, Freighl
���  ���   -   Clarence   Timms  " as   si ni   to
flag   tl ���   approaching   train.     In    he
exciter - nl "! I hi momi nl   Mi   rimms
igged  "ii!'  his pocki ������ hahdki 1 chli I
and managed to stop thi   ti aln befoi ������
It  1 ��� ached the apol  w hi 11 the Bi '.;. el
had Btrucli      .hi  ��� nginee    indii    ini: <
luquli ��� ,1 �� in   1 ,, .| [jag had nol    e   1
used to stop  ih.. ������ 1 iih      M-     rii
promised to cai 11 a red flag ��Ith hlm
rn, hop on future occasions, ahd this
somewhat   ;ui|i"a.".i    the    ehgiheer's
e. rath
Upon   Ini estigatlon, !'   vi as    ! und
I thai  the  biridge had  nol   been  badlj
damaged,  and  the ti i'in   si as  abh   I 1
proceed on lt^ joul ney.     The  Bea 1 ��� ���
Rtiffi ""'!  ,'iii\   slighl  Injui les, and  " ;:i
nol have to lay tip for impairs.
TRUSTEE. DISCUS-
MINOR MATTERS
TEACHERS MAKE NO FURTHER
EFFORT FOR SALARY IN
CREASE���ILLNESS IN   SCHOOL.
IACR0SSE DELEGATES
��POINTERS
1 -   .,
MEETING   INSTRUCTS   REPRESE
TATtVES    OF    NEW     WESTMINSTER   CLUB���SUGGESTION
���
11
|i"   '���'    ;       if tin     chool  ' ustees
^e^e^e^e^e^e^e^
 'in. called
I s,   ,|       .      ,,,      ,,,        ,||(,
al  Cenl   il I
11 11   ,, ���
���1". n 1   the
t",r     1 ig held  1    .i,..
';'"   '       I me! .i,
lv mei thij
���     .   1   ui]
'
nn
NO
BEHRING   SEA   TUNNEL.
I'lMM."!    f. >!).n"!    P,"',"'.,i   Pr',po<sal
Link   Two  Great   R,iilway9.
. t tee m        ��� t hi
.Westn inste     lacrbs - i
.      1]      11 -
______^^^^^^^^^
i..      i. .,      1 delegat he an
. ,.   M,    ��� , eld in
Saturn :
ty in which t!
ii,
,.    ;,,        ... ;,i     1
: ' '
if the lateness of th        ��� .. W. Gray, C. A. Welsh
Iriinsai    la    '     l    ....      rhe mei III  be
In tl     v,:     --    '       v:
miraei     -        2 o'clock Sa
nd       md mu tanl
transa
fo    the ��� ill be drawn
up,   "
'' :   '       m tl ad
'
:' -ft!      ". ! '1   -.
'   ' '
""'"'tfs  of  two   previo,,.      meeting.
'     I   I   "   "    ' ,P - ,  ���   ���.    .     . ,        , .     ��� , appointed.
'"���':     ��^ers,t  ting the boa.     -        .
"   '""    ��� ,   ���   1     .
��> I    '     '���     "   ' - rtlbe
1   ' "���'��� '"i     l��   board   thai   - , -      , pIay' '"" '   '
i ,,, ���,
'.I'M
.   .prii 11,    \ st,
says the -
I  ���
���
-   Behring Straits    iflwa
11     in.:    of    Whi ������' M'M-n
���'I   iini:   imi   the   ti tns Sibi
a.1 :' tiie Canadian Pad!
University   Extension   Lecture.
The  Insf of 'his series of lectures
i- in im delivered thi
���
���
has |
^e^e^eHe^H -ilV_ 1 1 I t_,  I 1 (. , C - 1 I '  4      11'/       T \*M. MIU.       )T   ill        W
"'"'���'1 until some time to-morrow morning.       ���
: ,e TO may disagree. *
������������������*A_._._.44   +  ^#4��4  44  #
New York,  April  11.���The  Thaw  jury   ,._ ^
n 'ocked up for the night, and no verdict will ���
irloiv>/-I ,,_.. :i ... . _*
���   �����������������
Hanging Follow. Breach.
Ali.n-, . Ore., April It���Mrs  vv  u
'   '��� ���  ���i>" ot an Albany merchant'
'  ' ' boasl was that she had
'   '     '   *"""" in the hand by
'""i: """!'>��� ;m i re,    iti-     Thi.   it,  ��
�����* - -"-:;:'-;;::;::;:""���'
���_____________��� The   Veor     _��� I    -  ________________
i ,-,,,'  "     Wfs^fnster    del, -
cation asking th         .     .     .   , .   .                        '       moonver del,
'"   Kiss    Bant,          ,   ,       ,    ..,,. ,   .     ,,,'    ^^"���'- the exact   nm,,,,,
fequesi   .,,., ,,,,���.. ., "' ���*J   th\��������i meeting has ta-
.    No communications were   recelt i' dealt** ���*u���A n1umber 0f resolutions,
���lis siii.iP^t i0 .���_���__._ ,. ,.      .. ��uoject at the meet-1     rhe members nresent at the
.,,..   r, ,,       ...  ",v" ' ur-    "no  iniiij" <i      ,,,  siiliin.t   ,it ti-,��� ������,. t_  '    "   '""lorrow.
'"'. I'i-    His subject Is "Earth M��*a   Ins   n���   i Tnwt"!     Vhe members nresent nt +���_
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^,atlon ot the i : .,��� im. falth_
"! herself on a ri*.ff��. i,
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e'-ei.    i ne sciieduli 	
a V his audience an Insight Into the ln other parts of the province as com-
methods by which a system of surveys       ed with  New Westminster,  which
in any country may be planned  _ftd  was published  in  these  columns  op
nd Information obtalhed : Monday, and which, it was understood.
IB   of   llm   UT'!*'      -
Ottawa.
Saturday
Early Closing.
April   11.���The   '9   o'clock
closing  bylaw    for    hoi "Is
^hanged herse,f��- ;;���-;;,;-- z:;.:^z.i!::: t::,;:;\ r ]:r rhav,> been -���"-t;; ;;^% sys.SE efor- ,K,,t"s
o; ��� uteres, i,t,���, | .  : ,       %*������ ai - ���� ���'- J ��M to " """^ ��� -
generally well ohserv- TII E   D A II. V   XF. WS.
F1..DAY.  APR
P.IL  12
19C7.
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Sccond-Hand PIANOS
DELIBERATE   SUICIDE.
ORGANS.     RANGES.    STOVES.
BUREAUS,  BEDSTEADS.   ETC.
Rushton & Speck
 The	
Why It Should Excit; More rlor'.r
Than Any Otl-.er Murder.
As to it.; moral aspects, suicide is
manifestly forbidden by the divine
law. one of the commandments of the
Decalogue declares. "Thou shalt not
kill." To make the law as comprehensive as possible it Is not said.
SECOND-HAND    STORE   "Thou   shalt   not  kill   thy  neighbor."
which qualifying phrase is employed
in Rome of fW other commandments���
as, for Instance, "Thou shalt not bear
false witness against they neighbor;"
"Thou shall uot re.vet thy neighbor's
house." The prohibition to kill is therefore absolute. It fori.iels the taking of
human life, whether by suicide or
homicide.
There is another commandment
wliirli says, "Thou shalt love thy
neighbor as thyself." Now, the love
which we owe to "ur neighbor feirleiils
us to slay bim, and therefore tiie love
which we owe to ourselves forbids us
to compass our own death.   If the law
GOO
We  also do all  kinds
of   general    repairing.
Sign   Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia St.. Xew Westminster.
Phone 275       	
SIMMERS
SWEET PEA
SEEDS
MIXED and SEPARATE
Toronto Parks Lawn Grass
Bluegrass
White Clover
Flower Seeds
Vegetable\Seeds
Fresh and Reliable
Spraying Materials
Grafting Wax, Etc.
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W., Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and En-
|   gineering.
�� Seven Teachers
j Forty-Five   Typewriters
{Students Always in  Demand.
,        R, I. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
needs no bush; neither does the grand offer of The Daily News need any eloquent statements to put bi
public the excellence of its offer.    Just think!   For $3.00 you obtain a $1.50 book (over one hundred of the i
and most carefully selected literary gems to select from) and THE DAILY NEWS delivered at your home for twelve
months free.
The Daily News has now been established one year, and is already a warm favorite in the majority0{
homes in the city. Winner of the popular contest at the Bazaar, on its own merits, shows that the efforts ,,f ^
publishers to establish a local paper replete with local news is appreciated by the citizens of New Westminster,
A clean paper-not filled with nauseous advertisements it appeals to the many; and the offer now made is worthy
of the soundest consideration. Moreover, by taking the News on this basis, it is a clear saving of $2.20 per annum
surely a consideration in this strenuous age.   Still, as we stated above, good wine needs no bush, and  the present
allowed ns tn kill ourselves, while for- , .   , .... , , ,.���       j, -, -,xr
bidding us to kill our neighbor, our | scheme is purely tor purposes of advertising.   Advertising is the soul and lite ot trade.    We request our merchants
love for our neighbor would not lie
equal, but superior, to our love for ourselves.
N'.'ty. i hold tlmi suicide is ti more revolting sin than tin' killing of another.
Tiie closer tin' tie's ot relationship between tin' murderer and his victim !!�����
more atrocious is the crime. In the
estimation of mankind, a parricide, or
matricide, of fratricide, or uxoricide, Is
u more shocking criminal than tm ordinary homicide, Ami us a man lias
more Intimate relations to himself
than to a parent or brother or wife, his
deliberate self destruction should ex-
cite more horror than the murder of a
parent, brother or wife.���Cardinal Gibbons In Century. "v____ ���
to advertise, knowing how well it pays; and we are also advertising, with splendid results.
We have several copies of each work, but already five titles have been sold out, so don't delay, !   I send
in your selection and have prompt delivery of the book you have wanted to read so long, and also the paper,
The following is the list of books now in stock:
Ry.
BEECHER'S  ONLY   POEM.
The Verses Were Always Kept Sacred
by Mrs. Beecher.
It was related ley Mrs. Henry Ward
Beeeher tint! during their courtship Mr.
Beecher once "dropped into poetry"
and wrote a few lines of verse teeming
with affection for his sweetheart. But
the versos were always kept sacred by
Mrs. Beecher, and nothing could win
them from lier. One day Mr. and Mrs.
Beecher were in the office of Robert
Bonner, the publisher.,
"Why don't you write a poem, Beecher?" said Mr. Bonner.
"He did once," said Mrs. Beecher.
"Recite it for me, won't you, Mrs.
Beecher?"
But tin- eyes of the great preacher
were riveted on his wife, nnd she knew
that he meant silence,
"Come." saiel Mr. Bonner. "I'll give
you .....iiim) if you will recite that poem
to me." addressing Mrs.  Beeeher.
"Why, It ran"��� quickly said Mrs.
Beeeher.
"Eunice!" simply said Mr, Beecher.
And, although Robert Bonner after-
ward offered to double the sum first
Offered, lie never got the poem from
Mrs. Beecher. It had bpen hidden
away by Mrs. Beeeher and cherished
as one of the dearest treasures lier
husband le'ft her.
Abbe Constantln���Halevy,
Adae-n   Bede���George   Eliot
Aesop's Fables���
Alhaenbra���Irving.
Alice  in   Wonderland���Carroll
Andersen's Fairy Tales -Andersen
Arabian   Nights   Entertainments���
Atdath���Corelli
Cast up by The Sea���Baker'
Children  of Abbey���Roche
Child's H,story of England���Dick-
ens.
Data cf Ethics���Spencer.
David Ccpperfield���Dickens.
Deemster ��� Caine.
Deerslayer- -Goo ��� >1
Descent of Man���Darwin.
Dotnbey <��. Son���DlClitens.
East Lynne���Wood.
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson.
Fifteen Decisive Battles���Creasy
First Violin���Fotherglll.
Green Mountain Boys���Thompson,
Grimm's   Fairy Tales���
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels���Swift.
Guy Mannering - Scott.
Handy Andy���Lover.
Heir of Redclyffe���Yonge.
Henry Esmond���Thackery.
Heroes and Hero Worship Car-
lyle.
Hiawatha and Evangeline���Longfellow
House of the Seven Gables- il iw-
thorne.
Hypatia���Kingsley.
It's Never too Late to Mend���
Reade
John Halifax. Gentleman���Mulock.
Ken i I wo rth���Scott
Lamplighter���Cummins.
Last Days of Pompeii ���I.m ton.
Last of the Mohicans���Cooper
Lorna  Doone���Black more,
Lucile���Merldith
Middlemarch��� Kliot.
Mill  on tiie Fioss - Eliot,
Mosses    From    an    Old    Manse���
Hawthorne.
Natural     Law    in    the     Spiritual
World ���-Jrimiiiionii.
Newcomes    Thackery.
Nicholas Nickelby���Dicken
Old Curiosity Shop���Dili,'us.
Oliver Twist���Dickens.
On the Heights    Auerbach
Origin of Species-Darwin
Our Mutual   Friend���Dickens
Pathfinder���I looper.
Pilgrim's   Progress���Bunyan.
Prairie���Cooper.
Prince   of   the   House   of   David--
Ingraham.
Robinson   Crusoe    Defoe.
Rob  Roy���Scott,
Romance of Two  Worlds    Corelli.
Romola   -Eliot.
Scottish Chiefs���I'm; te
Sign of the Four���Doyle
Silas  Marner    Eliot.
Silence  of  Deane   M i t
Sketch   Book���Irving
Story    of     an     African    F. -
Be hreiner.
Study en Scarlet ���D
Swiss Family  Robinson     .'.   ..
Tale of Two  Cities.    ] I
Talisman     Scotl.
T.inglewood   Tales���ii
Thaddeus  of  Warsaw
Three  Men in a Boat-
Three Musketeers���Du
Tom   Brown  at  Oxford
Tom      Brown's      School     Dajs-I
Hughes
Treasure   Island     Sti .
Uncle Tom's Cabin    S
Under Two  Flags���'
Vanity   Fair    Th icke
Vicar of  Wakefield���', i    ���
Westward Ho     King! ���
White   Company     I le ij
Window in Thrums. A
Wonder   Book.   A���Hawl
Fill in the' following coupon, or, better still, call at the News office, have a look at the books
themselves���and select your title.
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Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
I OrtlanO,   DOStOn,   give a color that is literally Imperlsh
nlele, tt color that keeps growing ri<-tier
3_nd all the principal business centers of | and richer till the rug falls to pieces.
ONTARIO, QUEH-E. and  the MARL J Anilines,  made out of coal tar,  look
TIME PROVINCES. we"  enough  at  first,  but they  faile.
When a vegetable red or hlue would be
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana   .,, ;ts i>(.st an aniline red ,,r blue won!.!
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls,   be nearly  white.    We civilized people
For Time Tables, etc., address harmed th" Chinese by Introducing our
\_/   .a' v cheap opium among them, and now wo
GEO. W. VAjX. hnve e(]Uauy banned the Persian rug
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket   by    Introducing   our   cheap   anilines
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, III.       among the rug weavers."
Persian Rugs.
"Antique Persian nurs," said the m .
salesman, "are dyed with vegetable
dyes; the new ones are dyed with aniline dyes. There's a great difference.
Vegetable dyes are fifty or sixty times
more expensive than anilines, and tbey
The Daily News Publishing Co.
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J. HENLEY
Manufacturer  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
The Hydrophobia Menncc.
Since hydrophobia Is transmitted ley .
inoculation and iis vims resides in th" i ���
saliva of Its victim, the oply nbs elute ! ��
safeguard   ls   to   keep   dogs   muzzled i>
when al large.   A muzzle Is a nuisance J
no   doubl   and   In   the'   Immeusu   ma-I ��      ' ,,--,-,
jo.lty   of  cases   i Iloss,   for   almost J   WELLINGTOr
Invariably  the mischief maker Is thi
strtiv cur, belonging i" no one In i nr
AND PEA  COAL
I Gilley Bros, im I
Bank of Montreal!
EST .BLI8HED  1-17.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
LUMP     COAL
.$l4\.__.-0-.._
$11, o<oa.ooa.cs
%    WELLINGTON   WASHED  NUT
licnhir anil'I'oiiiiir. from uobody I -11 iw.    ���
where.    But II seems Impractlenble to    ��� C0AL ANQ CQKE
Office, Eighth Street,   frame au effective regulation  leu   the    ��
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK
LIVERPOOL SALT.
J Branches thrniighou   Canada and Newfoundland, and   In   I/radon,   I
* New   York, Chicago an!  Spokane, I'..-'  . . and  Me        C   y.     v
. eral Banking  Business Transacted1.
�� Letters cf Credit Issued, available wi tl   corresi  indents In   ill
Family Trade a Specialty
Trl.   113.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B,   C
Westminster
Transfer Co,
NEW   ERUNSWICK  PLASTER.   * '"""���
2 Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits  rereh  d  In su ,. M and
��� ti i Intferes I allowe I al ;! pe ���  cei i,
COMMON BRICK. * four times a year.
���������: annum  t pre ��� ml rate
proteetl ' tho public from   itch  ir     ���   CUMBERLAND  FORCE COAL.
responsible   and   dangerous   creatures     .
wlthoui   mnklng   it   applicable   to   all . *   VANCOUVER  PORTLAND  CEMENT.
'hia   celebrated   Cemenl   is
ley nearly all large contract-
dogs.   New York Tribune.
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* ors in the Province
Limit of Economy.
"1 don't mind a young man economizing when he is oul with mo," sighe I
,  . ,__   the girl, "bul il Booms to mo thai when
' ''ftce   . 'nn :��� is.,.        Httrn   .'none 137    ,    .  , . ,,      ,  ,
j he take's yoi i penny In the slot ma-
Columbia  St. e]llne ,,.,,���!,���.   1|1.,,ps .,  ,)om)y  |n u   si,,.
(imi hands vou one of the  car  I
Baggage delivered    promptly to my   wh|le ,���, takea ,,���, ,,,,���,,. ,,���. nm|
part of the city. Jusi aboul been reached. Of course you
can hear the opera almosl as well witii ��� _B____a______i
*    ROSEBANK  LIME.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     nnd
BRICK.
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SAND. CRUSHED ROCK.
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Light and Heavy Hauling y��i_
Office���Tram   Depot
509 Cords of Tan Bark Wanted
At; the
Fraser^Rlver Tannery
ar,  but how
Press.
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VC-____-i__r. v.�� VVWRKfl
'Highest Cash Price Paid
WHERE TO DIISJE
in the
ROYAL COTY
Charity.
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lady  WllS
mill
nr.
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murks
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the kind
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other
lac
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Tho  Fun  of  It.
"Why did you do that?" demanded
the teacher,
"Oh, jusi fo.' fun," replied Tommy,
"���But didn't you know It wan aguliiKi.
Kenneys   Restaurant fh::.;;;!::s?'Dat.8 whera
fhe Schaake Machine|Works9ud.
NEW   WESTMINStER, C. C.
de   luu   com.I
'" raise ���-. 1 stock is good FEED.    We keep the li m   uiel
besl only. Make your chickens lay lit giving Lhem good :'���
Strengthen your live slock by building up bone and mus
and use (' .RNEFAC.
LAiDIES have you tried the Pastry Flour made by iho 1.
Milling Company, ir not Telephone 33a and try It; the n
obtained  are excellent.
Open All Nlsjht
lu."���1'hilad.iphia Press.
'LOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
8TREET. Telephone
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m>0 FRIDAY, APRIL 12. 1907.
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CAPITAL  ASD   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS   45,400,000
Eighty-five branches, with Correspondents  througl   ul
the world. 	
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OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
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SCPEWDRIVER  ENTERS  HEA_
Pcrter   Falls From   L.iMCer  With   Tool
in  Hs   Mouth���De_th   Feared.
Ri glna, Sask.,  Vjuii II     Ben P a i
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him shortly   i ���   in    noon  to lay,    H ���
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11 ���'   sorewrtrivei    lu oul h,
when   thi   la Ider slipi ed  fi mi   un le i
hin   and lie' fell heai il ���  to the i    iun
Ihe  han lie  of  the  I iol   str king an '
ii Ivlng Its ; oini up Into his hea l   11
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DICK'S
An analysis of the ?_
I ClClLlUIlo        (JC_YvCC.ll   man now, but small 1     es are held
tne man, tne wom~ 'in ,,.��� < ,    rn   .,., ,>
an ancl the butcher
)LD  COUNTRY WATERPROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
i.H'ST TO HANI).     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices.
|e our Window and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
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Something Unique is
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BUY-
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Coconut Cream
*���<   For
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TOE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADE OI?LY BY
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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&NTIG STEAMSHIPS Canadian Pacific
llA^SK'r'BgSW'l    RAILWAY COMPANY
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a domestic problem
practically solved
at
leiche n b a c h
FIENDISH   REVENGE.
Employee   .of   . Steel     Woika  .Turned
W.itcr  Off   Boilers.
i:, in  ton, ' im       \ re
,1  in ���  anesti I In  _ en   nto a I   ������ dn; ���
������I n charge of ultei   ��� In      ��� hi r.\
t up  lhe boilers ot  tin     [ami ton  Steel
and   Iron  - impan; .  was
"   the i",i'(,' , om ��� this moi aim
n mande I for a  weel<  foi    enti n n    I
h iwn   ,Ii nes   had
���    :   iff i'ii- watei   from Ibe I die
���   use  he   had   n   pi li \   n ���    ���:���������.-
lhe company, Hn expln      i be  ns  n
i v er I ed
DOUBLE TREMC ������'.
Slight   Qu,.krs   C-ute   D .turban..*���
Superstitious   Peasants    Riot.
Rome,   \Miil   11     The    i nnlve
ol   the   dlsii itrou    erup    n : i m
Vesin ins lasl   yeai    ,���       mai lo !   ���, ��� i
f' rdaj   ley two  hai mloss eai
im  Calabria, and   huge   i
ci salons in tli.      .-. -i un I the vol
-   no,    The furnio i    i il ;.���    .   ,'.i ',������,
nee.   believed   by  the   people  to
e��e'litrii during iin' calamll\. w i   cai
rii'il   aboul   lev   the   clergy   an I   i h nl
authorities and was followe | by thou
a nieis of wm Bhlppi ���
'I'll''  proce   lonnl fea I  al Noi e ni i
1 Interior, ended In h riot, cau ed, II
said, b) excltomeni ovi
m othi      ��� ii ic of  thi   Madonna   m o
"���" nm ��� and    hutiln i e; ���
CO., LTD.
IMPRESSES'*
THE   1' IPULAR    TI{ANS('o\'-
iGUPHESSOF BRITAIN H4.B00 TINENTAL    LINE.
I EStPRESB OF IRELAND j     ion.      Running  Through    First-class Pull-
���  ui   in   faros from   the  Old  man, Tourisl nnd Dining Cars-dally.
Now Is the time to secure      vtlantlc exi li tves al 15:40.
_   md points i outh, 8:31,
i   ' ���'.��� run to St, John to 	
Em i ne:     - 1: 11 ig
lath, For other particulars apply to
���   :   p irt'lcnlars apply to    "     IC. .'. COYLE. ED. QOULE11.
ED. QOULET, A. 0. P, A, Agenl ('.I'.1;.
for all Atlantic companies Vancouver,       New  Westminster,
Mcr.-y   Del   V,.,    :_   '_    t,
Wholesale and Retail DealersIS.X,_7,��
ry del Vnl will roslgn h     posi       P
i al Secretary of Stall   a    n  i    uli   v
the publication of the selzi d  \! er,'
i.'inl documents, bul nol until   _       ,,
M'liim created by tin h p i llcation has
subsided,
Meat
TAKE
[The White Pass
md Yukon Route
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINK and BiNUINB)
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING-, BKIUUM and      |
STRUCTDRAL [RON    WOKK.   ��� j
Ornamental   iron   worn,  including
il orders Rod correspondence In- i j
tod.
'NRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
!;;   HORSE,   I.A\VS(.)N   and   fences, ���'��� ���-    >'>   ' '   < "' ;  "'''
"ANKS,    Daily trains (except      Ms
carrying   p.-is^rnxcrs,   mail,
""I    freight   connect    with ���_--_�� ii%.i   __._-=__���"_
' ' arcross and White Horse, JUrlrN   M__l--��.
".n'ng a through winter service.; BK'JHIK BTKJfl-V.
'rmation apply to | Npn. Westminster, K o. ��74
:    !'"riF-F<S, Traffic  Manager,!��� -_n_ mm v mpws"
Vancouver. B. C.        [ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS.
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Hotel Guests.
Guichon   W, i', Sh irt, l.i m real; li
!'. Welllnger, Berlin, Ont,    P  C, Col- j
well, .1. s. Mathews, ll. R, King, v"an
i'' tiTer; \v. Proudfooi and wife, Blaine
Windsor 8, 8. Rogers, Lewiston,
Idaho; F, Turner, Vancouver; C,'
Fritz, Portland; F, M. Sinclair, A, B -,-
clay, ,i. M.Crush, Vancouver; A.
Flicks, Abbotsford; S. B, Runnin!. ?,[.
Cameron, Vancouver; J. n. Rucker,
\i imi. i'ii:':!; James Smith, LangleJ-;
Frank Hill, Burnaby; M. Ball, Ruskln;
W. Cameron, Vancouver; )���;. 0. Fvans,
,T, Campbell, J, Farquhar, rt. Douglas
Vancouver,
Colonial���C, B, in.lo-. ,T. Wamworth,
V acouver; F Rlchai ��� in, Victoria;
o A. Iiine-s, Berlin, Ontario; D. M,
Roberl on, Tynehead.
Result of the
Thaw Case
Has not caused more comment or
excitement than has the GREAT
CLEARANCE SALE at
Lee's Furniture Emporium
since Saturday last.  But like the
Thaw case it. will soon become
history.
ONLY 2   DAYS   MORE
Friday, 12 -h     Saturday, 13th
and the Greatest Furniture Sale ever known
in B.C. will close; and furthermore, to
make this closing memorable, we will make
the following special 1 argain prices:
Well-made, full size COUCHES, covered in besl
velour; worth $16.   Hurry up price   d��q aa
Hardwood Frame' COUCHES, with triple spring
steel casing, covered in sassoon (Ml AA
velour; worth $22.   History price... ��p*l��vU
Oak Frame COUCHES, beautifully carved, inside
steel frame, covered in best Russo leather, and
upholstered by \V. S., in Al style;,d��C!7 CA
regular values $75.   Going at ��p��ll .JV
And  here's something you  are all waiting for;
they've come at lasl:
BED LOUNGES, upholstered in tapestry, velours
and fancy reps; all bargains at $23 d��io CA
each.   To be sacrificed for  ��piO.JV
p And goods previously advertised will remain the
I same prices until Saturday evening, also Furniture
Know being unloaded from the car tracks will be re-
1 duced proportionately. These goods will include
I amongst other items: Chiffoniers, Baby Carriages,
I Sideboards, Bedroom Suites, Iron Beds, etcM etc.
LEE'S Furniture
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FRED DAVIS, Manager
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| Duponl Block, Columbia $(., New fefininsfiir, li. C,
_e________e______________a_-_-^ .t.1Hl__?*___��__'W_Pift"����)_-'���fVIKWAV.^f. B_*rajf *T*a
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
\faniitacturers and Dealers  in  All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,    Mouldings,   Sash,   Door.,
Interior Finish,     lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
!
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
ADVERTISE   IN THE  DAILY   NEWS.
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THE   D A TL Y   N E W S.
FRIDAY,  Apr
THE DAILY NEwS
Pu ellshed  by  the Daily Ne. -   I1 ill
llshing   Con      i     Limlte 1,   a!    I
orner   ol   Sixth   and    I    al
streets, New Westminster, li. C.
E.   A.   Paige.
I a n age r
No coarseness in WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. Fme and pure
as newly-fallen snow���so rich in
delicious savour, once used, always
us'id.
152
RAILROADERS RAVE
IN REGINA YARDS
CLASS.FiED   ADVERTISEMENTS
FOUND���Wh - is
r ���������'���..  spot ���'���
\ Awn sw
  WANTED    Servani    G
COMPELLED  TO  WORK   IN   SPITS       Mrs.   L.   McQuarrie,   Tth  sti
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;�����������������������������������������������������������������������
CF   SUNDAY    LAW.    MEN   MAKE
OBJECTIONS.
ADVERTISING  RATES. examples in the pasl  which the carliei
em    displaj    advertising,    10 , a,   ol   oul   common    an estors
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines Britain have bequeathed  ;   u ol
��"   lnch'    .'':'     ';""    "':'  hnU   f��r _ba   politic* maybe.    M_>  tl	
subsequent  Insi . Ions. ' '
Reading notices, bold  face type, J" ing of God be with you and enab.e j iu      Regina, April 8.���For the flrsl  time
cents   per  line, hreviei   or  nonpareil, .,   raake   your   _emocracj   worthy  of  since the new Sunday obser.ance la*
l nts per line. these (,,,,;,'i,,,,,,, Worth\   ol   the en
For   time   contracts,   special   posi
with a  ' ang.    A notice wa
4th avoir;'"'.
��� - | .,,..,,., jUst two mil s :���-   ���" of I  e Cltj on new car line : ,
GOOD   OPENING  : er   young   man I   ired. Price $210 per acre on terms.
stud;   law eu  Martin <_ McQuarri 50 acres, eleven mill    (   im Citj al Station and Posl Office;
'    ��ice.                                       ' barn_ chicken  house,  orchard  partly cleared, Only $2,000.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive- 14S acres close to Westminster Junction, fronting on Rive
This propei
the lid came off on      ly in til���>r.   Have large and small Price $55 per acre. 1-3 cash, balance easy terms,    una propen
tions, apply to advertising manager.      mous opportunit)   which you    ave     ���             ay with a bang.    A notice was      tracts   on   water,     If   you   wish   to in smaller lots at this    rice
\Mi''ccs    iif    hirih-e    inaiei'i-'''.-   nr   fe'����� '"in in tills country. ��� .. .
buy or sell, see me.   E. R. Chandler, 60'acres at Cloverdale Price #1 per acre, with terms
ire!
deaths.   50c,      Wants,   for  sales    losl
.-;������ i :���. the effe <'  thai  the yar I en
ti mis   went   on
while  noi objecting to han lling fn ighl
. affic  an I  even  making    up    trains,
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cenl      Priee   Ellison,  M.P.P.,   iv   indignant   .;,,,..   would   Me-   busv  as   usual,  and
per   word,     No  advertisement  taken ,..       ���.,,,, . .,,,, , -,,,.,.,.��� . .   ,.
for less than 25 cents '   ause Ml' 01iver Crovern-   ,r    h;.  long routine switching opera-
,.,.,���.,���.,���,���.���...........,.-,-.ri--, 1 -_.-.-.....-...~---   menl   to  relieve  the  farmers  of tolls
TELEPHONES. on  New   Westminstei   bridge;   yel   the
Day  Office    A22   sam    Mr.   Ellison  thinks  the  salariei
Night  Office   B22  and indemnities of ministers and mem-
. ������    Ders 0j   the   legislature should   be  in-   where it  is a matter of urgency, arc
creased.    To   rem'.t   the   tolls   would   -,.;,.:,_ that the law Is no good al all
c -'  the countrj   a  little over $4,000;   (,  thej   ._,,. ,,,,���.���.;.,.! ,,, a0 lne usual
to raisi   the   sal Lries according : i Mr.
Ellison's   Idea   won; l  cosi   - imething
"       '        '   i ...   $2 0.     Tlit    Is the  kind  of a
ANOTHER BiLLiGUS ATTACK.        .���..-     llun   Mr.   Ell:son   is;   and
i,.: ���.     ��� ml ���    . '���- ��� : : '...   thi    Coium-   ire others.
tee?   Hasiin.s   St..   Vancouver.   B.C
ei acre's  near  Westminster  Junction, on
ood    road, easl
FOR   SALE���Convenient  6-room   mod-   Price $20 per acre.
.ocal   railway men,      ,.,.���  residence with    large    garden, io acres lots in Surrey, Coqultlam, Burnaby and Lulu I
stable   for    wo   h irses,   etc.    Pi I ���������   Up
$3,400   (half cash).  Apply   box  594,
WE  HAVE A  FULL  LIST OF LOTS AND HOUSES IN  THE ClTY.
��Ki
New  Westminster.
_��5. it' ""���'
FRIDAY.   APRIL   12,   1907.
'lan . a
��� According   to  the  \\ Innipe,
The   question   ol   bridge   tolls     nas
FCR  SALE- Several lots In Bun i
close i" Can Factorj an I Citj limits,
rd   stunt, Sunday   or    no    Sunday.      $60  each.    Apply  White   &   Shil
I:."..  claim that all '1 e yard work ne-      City.
u this point c.'u be done con-	
ntly   after   ���   o'clock   on  Sundaj   JOB  PRINTING���Saw   Mill Fa
evening, as  permitted  under the new      torj Sta lonery a specialty.    We <!��� >
act.     Thej   object,   too,   to   going   to      all  other kinds of printin
officials of the  po     offlci   d pa tmen     been  taken up by the board of trade,
y        een at E      >n   n lately arrang-  which will request the Government io
,:..   -    the   frei   deliver} of mail with-   ,��� move th   tolls as - ion as possible
m   tiie lin        if that progressive City, j or  words  to  thai   effect,     Why   is  ll
nol   possi ele  now?    Either    all    this
m hen   the;    have   no guarant ��������
��� ic : ailw m 3  il In li mi itj   igain I
��� ei tj   dollar   'ine.   piw    ed
-.' .   ..��� '
sure  a   good   job   al    right     irices.
ARROW  PRESS. Daily  News Block,
Mrs. Dorriny. proprietor.
HALE &  LANE,  Real Estate Agents
248 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY, Alberta.	
.���>><>!.������������������������������������������������������������>������������������������*���*���<.������������.��������������*,
I The Fishing Season!
'   m ..   has   the    advantage    of  wide-
av ������ repi esi utation in the House of
1 'i mi   ms ensui ing  that   she  receh es
��� ��� ��� .   I he   Dominion   governmenl   I he
Pencils in Sight
on, April  11.���J.  ll   Chrisl ������ . ������
II    I   nighl   from   examining   a
a ihite claim  discovered   bj   a  half-
... about" expanding revenue and sur-
' .-   an i   a   sound   financial   p ilicj
which   will   keep   the   accounts   with
service   In     very   res-   a    lalance  always  on  the   righl   side,
mi cm'" h       heen   more  oi   less   humbug,  or  '-"'reed  named LeRoy.   The prospeel  is
Thei thing goes on to re-  else the Government can very well uf-   situated   21   miles  from   here,  on   the
lened liver by the- us-   lord t,o drop the few thousauds of re-   ,; :'n '   Prairie    road.     Mr.    Christie
on Mr. Kennedy, .M.I'., and   t  nue   received   from  these   tolls,    il   says there is a 5-fool vein of the "lead
'  ���    isual  fatuous  gabble aboul   whal   they  can   afford   to  spend   $S8,000   to   pencil"  in   sight   which  is   very  pure
I things would come to Xew West-   make   Mr.  Cotton  "solid"  in his  con   ant' tree fl0!n Brit.
FCR    SALE     I : lOm   h iU ���  .   $S "m    7 *
l o uie !. mse, cl"-" In, $1,100; 5-rcom 4
house, cl ise to Bri Ige, $1,700. Wl Iti *
& Shiles. Columl la street. ���
has now commenced.      I  have sonn
splendid   new   lines   in   FSSHIING
TACKLE, Rods, Lines and  Reels.
minsti     i:   li   ha i   the  right   man   t 1
��� - mm  il���which means, of com se,
if thai   e lection   In  '01
othei  way.
stituency -a   large   pari   of   the   said
-    ,000, by the way. being for "s iee I-
el gone the  wins" to accommodate the keepers ol
fast hoi ses and autos    Sure'.   1 he , '
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
\- for free delivery, Edmonton gets I $-1,000 or so which they squeeze oul
>' now because it has the population of these Mills cannot be a matter ol
'-"'������'- ravenue required by the rule of vital importance. If it is, let them ad-
the P. O. Department. N'ew Westmin- opl Mr Crean'.- sensible suggestion
ster although moving towards the and char..' the timber speculator a Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75un.
1 ��� with a healthy progress thai ; Few cents mon' per acre. The board Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
promises great things, Is still somejof trade should have made its reso- face, $6.00.
thousands short.
������     ���                                                            ��� SHOOTING���Cai! arid inspect my f.ne stock of guns, new and second- _1
FOR SALE���A small Island 1                  f ��l
* nand. . tl
about  la acres, close to New  \.est-  A ���                                       I  ,        .                . .      ,   ..  ,     ,       \\
.   ��� BICYCLES���of the latest pattern, for sale and to lure, both for   ijes��|
minster cil y, ( an I si d for a mill  * II
<> and  gentlemen.                                                                                              (|
<e> New   Keys  made;   locks   fittod;   knives, axes, siws  scess ���      etc jl
T ground   ard   sharpened.                                                                                            }|
* -s NOTE THE NEW ADDRE^3. [j
to the Vancouve ��� _^"^ ___Z_T^__ _P_fc _rr^�� r% W~~~\m*~* f\ / !|
Several   lar.e  lots  on   la.!,,!                  ��� \jIlU��        \v\ ��        S ���        IZI^ _f\      \
ami near can factory,  Burna 1     $1      ��� .                                                                                                                       \\
���q    ���>TRAPP BLOCK. TRAPP   BLOCK. II
* 'I
Columbia street.                                    ������������������������������������������������������������������*����� <���������������*�����>* 4��������������������������� .�������������i|
site.      For    particulars    .,;���
Gunderson & Auni '.- a 01 ei...
FOR  SALE ���1 lots in   1! irn ib: .
to $so  each.    WHITE  &   SHILES
Iction much more' emphatic; it  Bhould    Gentlemen's  Silver   Watches,   doubl
\"w.i've,������>��� sensible man knows thai j noi   allow   Itself  to   be  influenced  by
casi', $7.50 U]
P.   O.   Departmenl   must   have   al a few individuals to whom blind obed   v^,* "' f"r ,,,f" ,'"|1,V:"" | s'"';h ��"���"'
.     ,11 ,, , , Watches, supplied    iei    the    Wellman
matter,    :i   cannol   give|Ience  to   Ihe McBride  governmenl   Is  Arctic  Expedition.
rule
'    " delivery to one city and refuse it the chiefesl of all the virtues
to another  which  has the same or a -- 	
larger population,   To talk, therefore, Flre Kllls Manv,
1    ;'   V'u   We8tmiD lei   Bhouk'   '"''" Usbon. Portugal, April H.-Twent>
! "v"r   :"','";',��� is has :,";,i""1 t0 Ave   persons   were   killed   anl   score    .
'���"  ''��� ���''���""   quired   h>   the rule, were hurl   in ��� d?sastI.0U6 n���.  wllicn  J
"'   'a,i     !""'-"--       II    Is     mm- ,.,,,,,,,,  tod      |n  .,,.. Centru]  marke|   J
t'so    in    talk    as    if    sum.. () .,,.;,.,                                                      ;���;
All  warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc,
Watch    repairing;     charges   reason-   BE(iR!li  STREET
ible l
ADVERTISE   IN  THE  DAILY   NEWS.
SECOND-HAND JUNK STOKE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
Phone 214
^>>?CO>>>���t_C��X4_i_l_i_^
>: -���
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pledge    should     be    asked
strict.
Manj   oi   the   victims  were  womi n   !���!
"mi ,h" cI,J' sl  I,avethe '"""' "stand  children.    The property los
Walk��Over
soon as ii  had attained the standard. : heavy
Only  i!i"  other day,  Ihe   Postmaster
ii' 11  ral   said   thai
ss was   .���!
>:
>;
As _ resull of the conflagration the  $
cities   were   to I electric  streel   railwav  was   seriouslv   ft
heive    Ir leliver.     Which    we're   enlil-    ,...e....1.   .p.... ,   , >!
Ii ' oi It.    To ask for a special prom-
'���."' v   Westminster,   (hen fore,
w!��� ;' 1   be   worse  1 han   ridiculous,    M
i    ���     Indeed, tantamount   to an I
crippled   lor several hours.
V.anted���2.000 Sky Pilots. =;=
Clncimitti, Aj.rll 1 i(���The refus il to   >i
"��� erge  tin    1 Im _tion   and   I ie   an I   5
lnu ition   thai   Ihe   P istm isler Gen ... .   .                      v
, ,..    ,                                              , tiigi    missionary   societies    of    tne   >J
id 11 ' til   was mil  (rust worthv, , ,                     , .                              ���"
'   ' ��� liurcli    and   a   nlon for   2,000   vounn   .*.
'I   ���'���   Colunib ai '     :i 'I'.'"'   e i'iii''ii'i"s , , .   ���        .    :���:
I ��� uli' 1-    11  lill  the unoccupi< d          ���!
1  ���' at  wViich seems to be]
������'���   . ���      .   upon the I ical
M''',,'.     ni the    tati menl   i.   sm
1 nnd    sm    in mifestly
1 h n   I not wort h not 1
GOOD   ADVICE.
In I dress at 1 he Can-
ian  1    1    lum he 111  In  Toronto, M r,
ll     'i      ild;
It I ��� isier to set a
,    ,     ne 1 '"
1111 "iin .   nf   tin'  American     Christian J
���atlonal society, j*!
It wns held tli n ii  would In    mwi >;
coin line I lie man igi 'ill of 1 he  ll *
ol    he denomination wil h the !*!
Interesl   ol I lie Iwo mi        .v.. ;.;
' del les.
Erb  Shocts   Himself.
Xelson,   \prll  II.    J, C. Erb, V ��� ��� I
at
�����;
.
',   I': 1 ��� ���: t i < ���   railwa'.   agenl   III  Silvei'tOll,   W
i low tone.   O  >J
,, ,     ,.                  ���' committed      ma I" toda  ,  h\   Z-
mild  be livod                       ,   ,,      . ,,,, :*���
ting a   build   into   the ol   ���;
hlf   forehead   in  11  li:   eef de 111 in len ���.   _'
gi ������..'   u Ivantage t foi                                                          , ., . "
.    I rh leave   11 \\ Idow and on<   ��� *
tine and  hi  u ,���.
i
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINK OF
Misses9 and
Children's Dresses
in Dark Prints, Light Prints, Shambrays,
Muslin, Lawn : in all sizes from 1-2 yeai
to 17 years. Jack Tar Blouses in sizes u]
to 11 years.
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COLUMBIA STREET
������������
i'm. " ii  lenien,
lOfcS
pring .Juitmd
t\i        ���   ��� ' I       'i'.'H  ll'i ve
; ' ���       ,      i    ���', .
���   he old wo    i
li �� .     Vou   have
ai   ' ���       unlvei ally
ition, ol literal ure which
.,���   .' oni ��� > - every one, and <>f
���'���'   ir Oil  In J.aoan,
Vprfl 11.   .!', .1   Curti i' ,m I   ;���;
,' '':""        ' *!,t1,ni ";" v"" ? brated American
ard ii'i Ronipanj. \\ill leave lor Japan  o
We have lately secured the agency for the eel.
on   the   Bteamshlp   Doric   to   conducl   >!
nl! drilling operations in thai country,  ;<,;
Here is the label
that protects.
It goes in
"Progress
Brand95
Clothing
and guarantees
perfection in
every detail.
Look lor it.
Walk-Over
_ >
$< They are thc nicest goods ever brought to the cit
Men's. Gun-Metal Blucher Oxfords "Ske-
toe" Walk-Overs, a pair    -   -   $5.00
Men's Latent Colt Walk-Over Oxfords
---made on the new "Lauren's Last,"���
a pair    6.00
; Men's Gun Metal Blucher Cut Walkovers,
i on the "Rialto" last, a pair    -   -   5.00
; IfOUNG FELLOW���When you wear a pair of Walk- jjj
J       Overs, y*ou get a top-notcher for style and fit.       >;
Just Arrived one of tin:   largest  and   m<
complete stocks in Briti.sli Columl -
SUITS MACE TO ..:'...:  ; FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORI    R. $5.00 UP
OVERCOA   S TO ORDER. $17.001
Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded.    Suits  kept in r.
I rue e'i charge lor oi'.c year.     Open evenings.
THE
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOl
257 FRONT STREET . .    .    ,^,^>r.(.TV
Cor.   McKenzie   nnd   Front M.     LANG   -iK
SOMETHING   GOOD
H
de  BECK
i JOHNSTON'S!
I      BIG SHOE HOUSE      I
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> COLUMBIA STREET    -    NEW WESTMINSTER $
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ADAMS    &
THE   CITY   GROCERY
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'0i |DAY   APRIL 12, 1907.
THE
"ASH STORE
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Millinery Display..
\\"  -:.'!,���    .   ' : ���    II di    -.. Neadini
its   el   P .:-  an .  N'ew   _oi , reduced wn siafl
-:���...    are 1 :���-.   new< iking    a a a -    ���
! he  : rials are and     shionable; v
go, wheth      a th     pity o        .       you     not find active
p] lee*. .
Paris Pattern  Hats.   $10, $12, $18.50 and $25.
Ready-to-Wear Hats
' lur   .i-  lay   i- em,'  ol   exe        ���        ..'���     -.-... icin :   I hi   in isi
and effects,
These are the smarl  Btyle    i ���   wear   with   tailored    -.
mse designed  and  trlmn    i In  our own workroon   ���       i   e'eness
,��� is assured you
We have .. full assortment o!    colors,   shapes   and   effeci      with
1'iiings  ii"  plumes,  wings,  flowers,  ribbons, etc.,    Our  pric .-  are
noderate     Readj   to wear,      $2.00,  $3.00 $5.03, $6.50 to $8.50.
Our Stock of Trimmings
Enibi i    -   ' mosl  everj   wanted      Ind   al    everj    w nte I    price.
F'   vers,  wreaths, foliage, buds, etc
!      ,0c  tee $2.50
l:      ill .1 iiiic  Rose , pink, efc 60c
I'i  ss   Roses,  in   bunches of  half  lozen to two dozen $1.00
���   yellow   Ros<   ,   ;. i ���   -        i in bunch $1.50
���'> . 25c Me 75c
ige 15c iii 50c
Foliage 15c
les, white In  wreaths 50c
Poii iie I, fine grade $1.25
hite j    e    iin .   Forget-Me Vots 50c
llej    25c
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with the   grippe pasi few days,      Several n ��� hai     Joined
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Vox cm   Wow rs, , irna ion
i.i ral   designs   telephon
S   i, Boris -    fi      :'.   -
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roll Is  stea        inereas   ��
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cussets nt uroxcio
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\   larg<    illun  nated   sign   will   be   cricketers will und lly gi\   ai
ited in front of Phillips   gents                               lemselves Play, rs wish-
idsbing    ���   in    I   wa   Is   : n      eginning    ��� -  '" 'i',i;l the clnb ma>" rto ~ ' :      -'
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2 Price <_<_<-_-__    ___,    Tl_;_-    \A/.__._,:.__..--~ .. ���..    ________ ���
Possessed by This Workingman's Shirt
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ity Lodge No. 3,  I.O.O.F., h is
een   notified F.   E    Sim     n
and cm., ��� Buttons sewed on by hand   can't come off.
Seams double stitched   can't rip.
fraud mam i  j Button-holes extra finished   can't wear out.
\ "���: for the' ii       lhal a Xew Westmin   ���
m     ���   ���   ���   Is  i \ iei ted to ai     ster ni xi   Frida;      ���"
In the cours vei . , ness meeting i
vhii      '        will   R ci        ��� I. specii
_ extended to the members
toi \      ���, i. i:i_(, to attei J
Cvco Shlrl Guaranteed ��>v the Brand
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ome    .mi
Vosl      - who
Mills  le   j este
Sappi      n ci me ery this ����� nr erda    morning, Wash
,e.,-    only   ii'M Coq litlam Indi in ���    ���
; of age, i ������   : awaj.    For ovi - a year Johnn
to 1      old fevi had been   uffi rii     from a gi ow th on
llu . which latelj took a turn for
Conti spraying, the   v. irse   with   fa al   results.     The
.   I ���     ��������� ������   - ei lin  -   ol    |, , i as   . was well known In this city,
Mai ���    McCle land &   harit     fq        I     years part ie
Co., Co!  ���    II itel.'Phone !5:     S .���     nnual  fishing,   md  also washing
fo      irge oi chai .- ��� lothes  for  householde -   luring    ihe
sl  ck .-,'.,seen     il  was ' oni thi    lattei
A concert, pii   soi lance will   ,   pupation that he got hl's cognomen.
eld   a   In   ������    lb   Itural hall, e" n	
tral   Park.on   Frldaj.  A erl    19,   In  ai I
the  Ci uti el   Park Jubllei   band.   A
li: sl   i lass   pi ns ; een   ar
range I  an i  an e".i: lyabl is as
sured.
ILLIPS
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MAY DAY FESTIVAL
STILL IN PAVOR
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER   :
��� SOLE AGENTS FOR NEW WESTMINSTER
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
0   ;:   \\ VLKER,  President. ALEX    LAIRD,  General   Manag
'lln   ��� ��� ii   ers   ���     _i '.. edge,  I.O.
i i y.  '<     -7.     ill  Cl !������ Ill a thi
sary        li    .   I ;      iws'
"M   the  evening of    the   twen e
ninth.   A flrsl class programme is be-
m:  ��� repare 1. au i  lhe  members antl-
cl; ate :i mosl enjo.i able time.
Slgnor D'auria will give a musical
recital In St. Patrick's hall in 'lie' evening of April is, The programme
will be pracfr! all j lh same as was
��� n le red in Vancouver. Miss V l.a-
ver> and Miss .1 I leatou, both il I iei -
i ll\. ��111  Jssl il  ���'."  the mnsicale.
;__h"at;o,m this year will
be on lavish scale���committees  next week.
This year marks the fiftieth mini
\ i rsarj of thi firs V ij _>a.\ cell i
linn held in N'ew Westminster, and
In commemoi al ion ol the ��-\<-n;. ll is
proposed to organize a fete lhal will
rival all pi e\ lous eff n Is in the < i li
, M ion ol the old time festival, A
mei ' Ing  hii -  been called  for  Mondnj
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts may Joe "pe'ne',1 and  i  n-
el . ���     by mail with all branches of this hank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf $1 and upwards received. Interest allowed al current rates and
added quarterly. The depositor is subjeel te' no delay whatever in
i!ir withdrawal of the whole or any portion of tb.6 deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. H. DAVIQSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Tin
, [e ���        .   ,.   above   the   city   evening  In  the  board  of  trade room, i
hall will soon be moved further over "!"'" ai; Interested are requested toi
and made io projecl aboul a fool fur- attend. The business men of the cltj ,
lher over  lhe edge of lhi   wall.     Vs   :,:v strongly In favor iif the retention |
���  stands   al   present,   the   words  are
"    : he nl'l   custom,  an I  in   this   tln-j
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267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
N F. W WESTMINSTER
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nol   legl  : ���   ex I   fi im   a    (he :' ive   thl    unanimous   supporl   of  the'
,,���     , ,   |,star ,  ,,u ,.  ,,,.,. .,,,, growing   generation,   who   have   been
r'M i.���i] taughl in look  upon this occasion asl
a   .i:i>   sel       irl   e ������ di laily   for   thelt J
Thi'  i.m ��� '���..���'" nefit,   allhoti ;h   lln    lattei    pai I   o
ecial i a V       i the evening  is  generally   closed  b,\   n
v Sal I'venlii       fhe i      '   ' ��� rami ball
\i'\\   w i   ��� e.:;; ite Th   " ��� men  who li ive  In  the ;
Ion meeting      tween Ln I few ken an active pai I
therans of N'ew  \Vi    i   nste      i . \   i i'i tin��� Ma1   Da>   celebi   lion, and who
A  good   pi nme will  be will mosl III       '    foun I   m i lie' wor
iidereel    n     i    eshi ing  thl    year   are   J,   J.
Cain' rldj     T   .1   Armstrong,   Aid   ,T,
���  "'  ' '������ ,T,  John toi     Chief Wa! Captain
'   llu      alii     ��� - pOT��ie, C. A. Welsh and
;n \    .   lo     conditio] S( vt,ra]  ,,,-  n , |   lhl.   Vl,���
'' '; lay lhat they v, mid again lnl ���
I'" hi      ��     '     ime ov. I \   ' |n   ,',,.  ,,,',    ,:lli ,n   .ini!  ,,,.,,���,( ,,,
'������ In er lo make il  :
In-'n ii     ., ;      mi a! work in      ,,,
i logging can ���   ���    hort while        L.ls, y(,at.   ,,,,     _ _ connect!.
ago. ..   h  ihe  celebration        ich    n
The easiest way we knew to earn
few dollars is to save paying
excessive Fire Insurance Premiums. Just give us a call and see
how our rates compare with the
policy you bave. We imagine it
ill surprise you.
NcLEOD, MARK &  CO.
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���   !' ��� will ceh
���   ��� i      i ,,             if the oi
.,   '  ii la; .   \ fl          The
I'liib! ihel    hall  al
In Kill
lhe churcli   when n   i       i|irlnl    nil
;     . ��� |    ���   ���' i ���   I :��� i    \.
di B. Owen
'i [i mu ien
, e    , i nn   !       her 1        n
uil ever;     i f crush
al   11   '  fllll  ':.      'i"    ���   ���      -
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llllil itlil;
'    i   weeks, und
.    ,   ,     |    be
x-ntiiPii lhl     ear i ���
Tne Farm Land Specialist",
New Westminster
'.' . liar re      who
vnrlq ery e nl   tho ' v Vancouver with bei
city will  m i   lln   boar,] o   -.   , ' ��� ' ' ' ���      ^    '." '       ���     will bo imulo ror
neon,  i onl  \r. lo d   cus    the t\m   I   m '' '" ''   ' '"   '    ,'"'"l;    r"! ' ;i
.,.;    ,,,    .....   ; .,,...   ���,       ,.,:ii,, ��� il! i lo   ' '������   In    ie city, Ihe Oul
months     it  is probable that tl     half lhl'n h" '   ' '     "' '  '
holiday Idea   will  l-e  nbaml nod,   ini ' c,)in
i hi 'ii> ' ,  :i ike I  lo  close
llknlj ��� ml m  ��� m      will be mn le Ig
o'clock each ei   nl       in I nine' o'clock ' '!''   ;' '   :"   :'-:
on Saturdays,
wmsawa
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-WEDDING    GIFTS...
'" you  find  il  difficult  te. decide on a suitable' article for that
"ni'.'   II' so, allow us to offer a few sugg-stions:
I" Cut Glass   Water Bottle,  Salt Set,   Vase,   Bowl,  Nappy,
',.',���.
Sterling Silver nnd  Silver-Plated  Goods   Cabinet
��n  and Forks, &c.; Tea Set,  Salad Bowl,  Soup Tureen,   Pudding
h, i !ar ei
"���:- Tra; . Biscuil Far, Bi tter Dish, Bronze Figures, &c.
W. C, ChamberSin,      Th8 *"+"
AGENT HAMILTON   WATCH
Col. Scott, of i'.'iri  M.e ifly, nml
i inln Pi imi'. ���.'. Ml aa,,iia bi   id n li idln_
Prcmlei   McDi'Idfi    n comiianlotl   by   the  procession ol    on   ���   children lo
hii   private   secretary,   Lawronce   Mc- ward3 the maypole, Ihe; being entlt!   I
Rne, pnsserl through the city yesterda;    '"   this ���������   virtue of lon
on his way to "the fool of the throne." tnbll he,l i i lorn, \n efforl will be
After paying a visit to his parents made lo have Ihe celebration held on
an,l calling on a few friends, thp pre- the firs! dnj nf May, Instead of May
mier looli the afternoon C, P, Ft, train   10, as had been previously suggested,
Headquarters
for   ...    .
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ERFECT
ANTRIES
A.   HARDMAN
MoKENZIE STREET   -   'OPPOSITE LIBRARY
P. O. Box 218 i^" Telephone 302
pring Suit Thoughts
- ue hiiii' agalnl
With ii comes thoughtB ol lhat new 9 nt have pro
���   ���! yourself,   With that thottghl   we trusi  that you will couple the
naini   of iliis (jtore, where yotir conceptl if all thai Is desirable in
n Si.i will in' realize I.
The continued patronage of well-dressed   Men   shows   thai   our
hlng can bo eii'iirneii'ii upon to satisfy.
'   "     New broken check and plaid patterns in the h     i
���'Ma   Gray.   Bines and the Smarl  Brown and Olive mixtures.
SINGLE AND UOIIBLr: BREASTED  CUT
$10, $12, $1., $1., $20. 522, lip tO gS
Everything  now   blossoms with  Spring rreshness, and  ehoosln!
it' thi i writing wM! be an easy task.
Hi- L. DeBeck
Wm-
THE   HOME OF  GOOD  CLOTHES. T IT E   T> A 1L Y   3 E AV .
FRIDAY. APR|L      t
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LOOK  TO   THE  FUTURE.
And   Do   Not   Let  the   Past   Spoil   the
Days That Are to Come.
Th*re is nothing more depressing
than dwelling upon lost opportunities
or a misspent life. Whatever your
past has been, forget it. If it throws
a shadow upon tbe present or causes
melancholy at despondency, there is
nothing In it which helps you. there-
is not a single feason why you should
retain  it iii your memory,  and  there
NOTICE.
Nl ITICE Is HEREBY GIVEN  I .. '  six-
b aftei    !..-���   ���..-   Inti nd to ���������; .
��� ���   ir.', ���:.    Chief i ��� of L nds
'i ks for jK-rmif it    n I car-
���    ��� following
_ 1 inds    - ���     te ni KJtsum.
���   , Coast districl
imencing    at     a  post    pi
nit 3��_  mile orth-west
���    ol     ''   F.   A.    Ireen's     | :��� ���    ipi
i chains
chains west and
���      to poinl  of co
_ 1.���C        ���        -���      ��� posl     planted
noi th  ' :   tin    north-we si
- east  to  Skeena River;
to point of comn ��� no
on! - ��� - es, more or less
I       ted ry 22, 1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY,
FRANK   VAX:'ALL.
'..      tors
Per Frank V     dail "     ch 22, 1907
NOTICE.
Kitsumgallum  River,    Coast District,
Range j:
Claim N'o 1. Con mi octng at a posl
plante I 25 milt s up from the mouth ol
Kitsumgallum Rlver.on the west bank
,,.- Kil m im Lake, running as fol-
; IWS: _o chaii - wesl; ���!" chains
s ith; 40 chaii.s w< sl: v'' chi ini
north; 120 hains easl; an ; 10 i halm
to point of i ommi n ��� mi    ,
Claim No. 2.���Coninii acing at  ,  . i
up  from   the
are a thousand reasons why you should   "���       of c.f'.a.g preempt ' .."������"  L<up
1 nrv it ''���' ��� ���  - ��� s: 160 chains we        from   1        fe [lowing
��� 4i outh;  160- chains east and 40  cjmati  .
SUTTON'S
Casiterbury Bells
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3h    P
Per  Packet,  15c;   2 fcr 2oc
in i
.gent?
Brdtkman-Ker Milling Co.
LIMITED
Front Street,  New Wcst:.:irister
rhe future's your uncut bleeck of
marble. Beware how you smite it.
Don'1 touch il without a programme.
Don't strike- a bl iw with your chisel
wlthoui a m idei. lest you ruin and
mar forever the angel which lives
within t.b" block. Bu1 ti;'' past marble,
which you have carved into bideoi ���
images which bave warped and twisted the ideals of y mr youth and cansed
you infinite pain, ne'e-.! nol ruin or mar
the uucul block be fo e you. This Is
one  of   ' h     mercil ul   pro Ision     that
every daj pi esei I ti ry human I
lng,   no   mi tt< r   how   unfortunate   hi
pasl      ��� ���        MM' ;.!"-;; of pure marble, -'i that every day every bums i be
lng has a new chance to retrieve the
past, i" Im] T'i     up rn li   :' be will.
N th ag  Is  more foo   >b, more posi-
cked, 1 di      the skele
toi of the [i sl the bideou Images,
tbe foolish dei 'is. the u ifortunate ex-
per ences of the pasl In i to laj' w rk
to mar .��� >.r^���: spoil It. '1 here arc : enty
of people wine bave been failures up
to iie" preseni m ime: t who could ilo
wonders In the future If tbey could
only forget the past .-...'1 start anew.���
Success.
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Coast District Rani        district. No.
i  101,  ������ immencing   at   a   sti ke   pi inti
at a       sj   ' n   the Em hi she -     Ri rer,
t 4 mile t the north-west cor
ol  C.        M ' , rei       ,     -emptioi
runnlnt     -  .     ov,   : I s east;
chains ne ,'esi
I
__.���Con post     i'i  nted
out 5 -      north-west i
.   of  ''  1. ^  Green's pn
1   : i': ' ' -���  Ins easi    ;.. ..-.
10 chaii i   ch  Ins  wi st;     4"
��� , .     emenl
_ .      . eing      t   a    post     !���:
. i ��� as!   I ' chains,   he nei
:    th  SO    cl ns,    thenci     wesl    v"
i      m    thenci outh SO i bains,
���   10    hains to   oin!  of comi
102.
enclng   at  a   point   nea ���   ' h
m    ��� ��� .Union Creek at the ��� ast line
���    ���   i        ��� ...   ,...,,.   al  ���  .   headol
ins   -. ��� st.    ���- Bay, near the m      h of V
enceme '      '.   i I     Range      5,   Coasl     D
���: them ������   40   chains   south,   thi n ������     SO
:ie-  '-ms'.  thenci    50 cl
them"    v'' chaii
' ii ins   - mtl    to the
1C3.
e ���     mencii    al on the nortii
ore   i      Work'     C       I        Rai       5,
I   Di     let.  about  a
thence   120 less, I
north, tl em e   SO   cha   is east, the i
thi i" ������ south        hi   ". tb n<    wi .terly  :--' :" ement,
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A  SOCIABLE  COMPANION.
ment.
104.
mi im :���.. al ei posl    .; thi        .
-' ���    the   mouth  of   Bear    Creek
and i   out a hall   i ni rth on the
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NOW IN
AT
WHEN  GOING
EAST
PICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Ev.rv Day in the Ven
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
The    Chatty    Traveler    Who    Charmed
Ralph   Waido   Emerson.
It is related that Ralph Waldo Em-
e rson was "De"- on liis way to California when he was joined by a man who
was altogether bo sociable and chatty
that an otherwise tedious journey was
rendered quite cheerful. This man's
name was Sackett, and be told Mr.
Emerson that be resided In Sein Francisco. Mr. Sackett Indicated all the
points of Interest along the way. re-
latod a loi of amusing anecdotes and,
l,es: of all, was also an attentive lis-
tener. The consequence was that Mr.
Emerson came to the conclusion that
.Mr. Sackett was as charming a man
ns he bad ever met, and it was in this
positive conviction that be accepted
Mr. Sackett's Invitation to dine with
him Immediately upon their arrival In
S;m francisco, Tbe nexl morning Mr.
Emerson was astonished and annoyed
to liuil in nil tho lue'iii papers this
startling personal notice: "Professor
Ralph Waldo Emerson, tbe eminent
philosopher, scholar anc*. poet, is In our
city us the guest of ,1. Sackett, the
well known proprietor of tbe Bush
Street Dime museum. Mntlnees every
half hour. Admission only 10 cents,
The double- headed calf and the dog
faced boy this w<?ek!"
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Helping   an   Ir valid.
A trained nurse mentions as among
the little things Hint help make an invalid feel comfortable and rested the
frequent brushing of ih. bair and bathing of the bands and face. "I don't
know whal it is. whether these actions
just divert tin- Invalid's mind or really
do effect some physical change fen- the
belter, lent they certainly help the sick
one tn gel through the day. Eau de
cologne and the various toilet waters
are very refreshing when added to the
water or used Independently, i once
beard a man say that if he couldn't
both wasli his bands and face and
comb his imir In the morning when he
got. up he would choose to comb Ins
hair, it would wake blm up better,
He- fell something of the same sense
of physical comforl as the average
convalescent or invalid."
th-west
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m ���        ��� ited ball     elo fold Bay
.���     ill   l '. ,'. a. ���;    ��� ���, -   ;     ���  : ipi .
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ns nori east: 80 e
ith to ] lencement.
planted
"    niles r,  ri    ol  th'   nori   -west ce   ���
C. F. A. Gi mptlon  ���
then g      ���:���.::��������� s: ;60 chains i   st ;
Ith    16 ��� Ins west :   een,I   4fe
Ins nori     to the   point of commi      ��� -
m
Commi      ���       i '    'i    post     pi     ted
iliout i of the nori h-west cor-
_. Gi        -   - ��� ������ I I '
: unreins as follows :  -i1' cliains north
���' c   ilns west; ins    northi    4" shore    o  point  ol  commencement
chains  west eu th    12 0 chain
t to point o ncement.
1 lorn  ie ncing ;et    a   posl     plante d
      10     ���'.   I           ���'    the     POUl ll   '���' ���    '
em ner of  Loca I lon   No.   26,   thei i -
e ilie ��������� l.e .',������ st;   M, chain
160 cha ins  east ;     ind   I"  ���
mth to point e cei lent.
:; 1.���< :omme I     is    al posl     planted
m   |i   chain of  the south w
cornei    .;'  Local lo i  :-��� .   26,   the n   running
follows      160 ns west; 4 0  chaii
60  chains  east;   I" ch      -   noi th
te   point of commenci ment.
Commencing    al    .-.    post     plai te I
ihi    ���   '���    .!������':���:���    of tii" north w<   t ei
���   ��� ���   i'. F. \. ''.:������ .  a pre-empl ion  clal
���   ��� ��� follows: 1 60 chains west :
i   cIns '       chains  east;     40
chains   nori     to pi Int  of comm nee ment,
I :     iei ��� -. mon  or le ss.
ted about 16
i     ith of the abo\ .
���' ���    ������       '  ��� '.. '
'1": : :
river;     thence   ni
' ���  nn em i a ent,
106.
���' mmencing  at  a   stake    _ ���  chaii
(he    louth  of  Mini;   Creei   a'
the '. < id of Work's Cbanm I. Rani e i
Coas    Dist riet. thenci   west SO cliains.
cbains   -  ith,  to   poinl  ol  coi  ...  n ���
men1.
Claim N -.'.-    Commen   ng at     .���"-'
planti .   en the    noi h wi st corm
T.   !..  7.' 15;   them e   160 chains  west;
40  chains  south;   160  chains ��� ast,   o
WM.   MOODT.
FRANK  VANDALL,
.'���-������   m  Frank  v.
Man
Loc  tors.
1.  1907.
thence  north   80  chains,  thence  easl   ihe west   ime' of T   !..  7945;    then ���
-   chains, thence south SO chains, to along the line to point of commen i
: oinl  of e ommenct ment.
NOTICE.
107.
Con mi n Ing   at   a   poinl   een   Lach-
-.-. .������ h Relvi r near the corner of lot 195
.'��� th<  head of Work's Channel, Range
Coast   District,    thence   10  cliains
W
ment.
Claim    N'o,   10,    Commencing
I osi planted on the wes- line ���
Ta!.".. aboul 40 cliains    south o
north-wesl    corner    of    T.   !..
T. L.
I hi
7945
AKE  NOTICE that   thirty  da> -    ifte
" ���   Intend to apply t,, thi  ' 'Met i lorn-
d Works ror Bpecial 80 chains east   thence v" chains north
thence 10 chains wesl
menc< mi nt.
-
timber    licenses    to  cut   and  carry   away
timber fron   I        e    owing de scribed  lands
'-.     ��� ���   la the !���: ��� im Valley, In thn
1 '       'I 'istricl ;
:mm    Commencln.      '     ���    posl     pla i      I
ibe        i '   cha Ins   we st   of  ti,"  south-west
corner   of   the   old   Kits imgallum   Indian
!.. '. rye, tin      111        n ii] - " ���   : .   I" chains
Ins  ' asl :  40    halns   i   uti
pi Int ���������: ��� ommi ncement.
2,4     Commei    ng   at   n    po I   planti i Coasl  I listrii t, tie. nc
��� c . Ins wesl i f the north-i ���   t ci me .  oi   ,:...,.   M,
ei poinl of com-
Carlyle.
Thomas Carlyle, "the sage of Chelsea," died without winding much personal popularity, a fact, however,
which is forgotten In admiration of his
genius. Carlyle exerted a greater In-
li i lighted with fluence on British literature during the
gas; the mee-t middle of the nineteenth century and
on Hn- religious aud political beliefs
of  his  lime  than   possibly   any  other
1 HE  TRAIN-  OF   TAME
"' HE    Ni IRTH WESTERN,    Ll
I' mbodies the newest    em,! best id
for   Ci 'Ml���' iRT,   CONVENIENi
ai .   LUXURY,
both   eleci
nth     nominated   train    in   the
'��� orld      "< lie   equipmi nt   consists   of
|e   i No. 33,  then 16e|    I    Ins west ;  40
,   ti      |..    chains e lo chains
south  lo  poinl  '    ���   mine   ��� ��� ��� 11 nt.
Comn   ncing   at   n    posl     pla  ted
4 ' ,'M; ins w -' of t! " north-e ast con
Li ' ation N ���   34, the n  160 chains wesl
nori           i chain    eai      40 cliulns.
��� ��� poinl  of coi : '  ,   nt.
��� ���;     ���' '  "   -.. I ig    ."i    a    post    planti d
west  of  the  ]   erl h-i ast
��� i  ol  Loc tion No. 35, then 160 ��� I
noi lh ; I 'hai s easl ; 160 cl ilns smith ;
io ch; ', .. ��� to tin i olnt ' [ comm ncement.
37.    '' >mi .M      ���      ���    ;���    : "-���     plante d
iboul   SO  elm Ins we   I   nl     thi     nrth-i asl
ei   of   !.'�� atlo i   No,   35,     the ' ������������     160
.   '��� .'���.���.] 60 chains
���.:������ si ;     40 chains     iiil   ol   c nn-
mi ',," mi- nt.
;���       i ���, 'i      -, .���    posl     planti '1
t the orner    ���'  Le     tlon No.
33,     tlienci   SO   "��� ilns   ive   '       So   chains
south        Wi   chains   ��� ;est ;     iim,!   ���  i   chains
orth to point n "lit
SU i'      ng at a   post i lanti d nt
I h'    ii"  a :��� nl   Location  No.   ���.
iin n  SO cl   Ins ivi st; SO dial     south
r-ha ins i haini    nortii   to  :   ilnl   ol
.���   ���   ���       nn nt.
���������. rLLIAM   MO ���''.'.
! HANK  VANDALL,
Loc
S 0 ch a I       orth
cliains    west,  thence    SO
���nth,  thi nee  SO   chain -  ea I
lo    oint cf < ommencement.
103.
Claim   N'o.   12    Comm ncing   al    a
; lanted al  the south-< it.-1    ���   -..���
of T.  I.. 7945;    thence    ��� innin .     160
i hail ���   '.'������ 10 ch  ins  soul 11 0
chains   easl.   the n e   lo  < !ia;
' '��� mm.   ���   lng at a posl i ti lhe south  to i oinl    I i    nmi ncenn nt,
Age tit,
ans
ill,
Mi
rh 21, lfli
side of !���''>' il r igo Rivi r,   i  onl n n
��� ' ��� ;      I   If   i]   ' "-.I Its mouth, the n ���
so ith 60 chaini.   hi nee ��� asl v������ ��� h Ini
i! ��� nee  north  - 0 chain i, thence
il    ���     ill    .    In I   ii    south   40  ciiaiiis  te,
��� In!    if ci mmenei ment.     The above
empties Into  the north   arm  of
We   k's Chi nnell, Range ". Coasl  Dls-
'. i   - .'      mile   and a half south-
wi si   ol    hi   hi ad  ol  the north arm,
;   m   In from the ���   it,
109.
fii tinning at   a   ; osl   on   the  sl ere
'   the   up]   r en I  of the  north arm
��� Woi k's Cliannell, Range ���". Coast
IM-'  h t, a' ���  H  20 cliains south  Of 11).-
moui h   e f   Snow   I 'ri ek,   them a I
100   chains,   thi nee   north   10 chains,
!:��� nee wesi 160 chains, thence south
i'i chains to poinl of commencement,
110.
Commeni lng  nl   a   posl   pi nted  at
iie1' m outh of Fee' ��� Creek, on the north
shore of  Work's Channell,   Rangi
I. 'i ated   February   l !.   1907,
\\ ILL! \.M   MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
ink Van lall
Local
March
190
NOTICE.
NOTH       IS   HEREBY   ���    /EN    ha!
' ������' ��� !- ' af ��� r date ! i ��������� ��� : to apply
������ Honourable Chii Coi iis! tori
��� of Land and Woi; - for pei Ion
1,1 purchas - ��� following described
lands, sitiiati tl on what i-: called
Middle and South Dundas It .
Range 5, Coasl .Dlstrh t;
Comnioncing at  a   posl    ahonl   one
half mile easl of lhe head of Du '   in
let on the  north    side   of   the   Inh t,
marked S, II. !���'.;    thence  100
tie       :   thence 80 cliains casi;   thi n i
NO"
������    ���
PI
i'i jiolnt
,���'������..������   '���ompartmenl   cars,   standard   British writer.
Men m rs,        urious  limine,,'   that he did in
l le' never wrote a line
believe, and in regard
������"������,'M. , ,i     tree),
���nodrn    d i          I   buffet,   li
bran   ��nd ng ci rs,
I ��� ������   rime 1 ible ,  Foi !i r , or any
furtl        ifoi ' "ie     ill  on  "i   write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7_o Second Avenue, Seattle, VVhi-Ii
Spokane Tails & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & It Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between al!
points east, west, and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pap\fic and <> K
& N. Co.
Connects al Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Crei k points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
Stage ��''iily for  Republic.
linlTet service on trains between
Spokane   and   Nelson.
i (fective    Sunday,    November    10,
in style im certulnl,' bad uo superior,
from the \ ��� Ition of scboe Imu iter In
an nliscurc \ lllusco I '.''���: gre i Sc etsmun
ro e to be n leader i.i the world of It t
ters,   London i 1 indard.
thi nee �� esterlj  along
n n ' m ���   lent.
S.   "    FORD,
K.  il. CRAGO.
���      ', 21, 19 7
NOTICE.
Cisiilucicncd.
' She had played  in  amateur theatricals, you know, nnd threatened to go
mi  tbe stage  ���!' ber parents   wouldn't
let Ini' marry tb ��� duke."
"And wimi did ber parents do?"
"They Iel  iii'i- go on tbe stage, gave
the duke a check for a front seut and
were not at all surprised when bo Balled back to France the nexi. morning,"
��� cii'vclanil I'lni.   I >e iler.
Me   I'-:   IH HEREBY    GIVEN
i ��� ������ nl  tn
In   the   H ...���.-. ���   ,,���
' ��� ���      ' !    ' ' fill
I  crm ��� m .
i runl
������   ' ��� ;   Rl      .   ' ���      ���    illstrlct,    I:
Mo    5;
rj In I ii    '������ ���    I        ''      men n t   n  !
��� |     ��� I   -        ; ] ������.,������������.-    i;
 le     .' from the i loin li, on i;   I
.   i ence 1110  i ' ;   l"
outh    1(10 i ivcf: ;   I"  chnlns
: "re Ii, ���       e; ������������  in  poin!   nf  ,',,'n-
ig 1)40 ne       .  linn ���   ""
!���     .
Clal      ' I     Comnu   i In I   ���'
planted   on   l       7.     .    itltz   Rl\ e r il
i ii"  mi" n'i ' roi i  the mouth, on the i nsl
���    river; ������       I no  i h ilns   east ;
in  clu rth       co  "  ih     west:   io described  lands,  situated   at
river    tc poinl   of Sound, New Westmlnstef  Dls
: a   i" said    Inlel:    thence    sou h
Coast District, thence SO chains norlh! W('^' :! westerly along the
thi in e SO chains    ea t,    Un ru e    SO
chains south, more or less  lo . hore,
poinl of commencement.
S.  ll.  FORD,
I'.  il   CRAGO,
. Locatoi s.
1907.
NOTICE.
March .::
��� P��
Notii e is hi i ���  ���;���   _;v, n Tha; " i d
a   ��� I Inti :. . ���    a a  e aplic ttion  pianted  about   23 miles
te   '   ���    Hon. the  Chief  Commissioner mouth of the above river, on he easi
���    '���   .  -    i.i  Works, fora special ii-                   the    Kitsumgallum La  ���
f i ns.-  to      '  and  carry                                                  dns   east;     : I ch
:i ������ d   Ian : .       ���-.       m     :, ins   west;     SO i hains
less, Me lhi
ng the rive-:  to thi     ���
I,    con  ��� ���     ' ment.
claim X i ".   Commencing   it a       I
'      mi ������    n I a  half up from is |     the   south west  corm .   ol
GIVE\ _|
T   L. 7:'!:':  then e  1" chains i ast;   50
ith;     I"  chains    east;    SO
is south;   i!l ��� Main-- ,'.' st, n    ���  ���
less,   to   thi     Kitsui     ilium
ce i       .    ly    along  thi   rlvi
iolnt ol co . y.- ncement.
(��� m    ;      !ommi 'a In
��� "���;���   10 mile      ip
the Kitsumga
nk; then'
li     chain      south;     10  cha!
���   or li    ,  to the     rh
:        ��� he river I
ncen
Claim No       C
I
i !laii    '
up  from the
of    ��� lie       . - r,    on    the     ���   I
tti nei    10 chains   wi   t;     10
10    h :,i-   ea
���   -.:������ less,
m rth  ai m of Work'    i !h  nne '. R inge I i   ihe      ���    ;   thence  northi        alon
.  Coasl     Disti let,   the nee    wesl    70 the    river to tin   poii commenci
chains, thence north 80 chains, thence ment.
' '  -;' '���"��� '""l'<"  southerlj Cialm N  .7.   Comnu m ing ..   .
planti d '   I'1  chains wesi
'   .05. si  ith-wi "    of th       i   i.
��� : ,, ncing   at   a   st ike    on    the gallum    reserve;     thence    ll 0  ���
beach   about   50  cliains  south   of the '���'������-':     :      hains  south;     le," chains
mouth   of   Bi ar   Crei li   on   the   north easl; 40 chains no nl   il   on
",.   ��� f   Work's    Channi !.   Range    5, u-' ncemi at.
Coast  District, thence east  90 chains,      Claim Xo ���     Commencing al ap sl
thence   north   iO chains,  thence  wesl planti I  on    the i       i-west corner i
to   the   ��� i n ':.   thence   - mtl ���   Ij   an I T   '...  7943;   thence   100 c ain    wesi.
along the beach  to poinl  ol 10 chains north;   160 chains eas!
.hore line 20 chain
poini   of   commenci
40  acres,  more or |<
DATED this  19th ���
1907.
'iin'   McLaughlin
LTD.
Bj   C.   It    Mm!.;, ,
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS  iiKi;
'    lays after date, i
in   the   Hon.   Chii ;   i
Lands and  Work
to cut and carry awi
lescrlbi
follow) :
I       ommencii
i     .'inn lo     li
trict, al  '::-   southwi
tlon 6   ��� hi uce no
��� h ilns; the v
. npe   . ���   ��� - ��� , ���
��� mi i. .
2,    Coi
erthwesl  ���
���  , :���
hi n
e   ��� ���' i:
;���
Mi
wesi i
11        ���:        i    .0   ' '.
'   cl    n  :   thence   -
thenci   west SO i
��� ���   ��� ��� ' at.
J.  ;;
I  hn Carlson, Locate r
Land Registry Act,
Ri   Subdii ii lon  8 ai
: i!   Block   7.   N'i
ll .    Whereas  pn . I
���  tifle ate   of   Title    '   ���
." ! In the name of (I
��� ��� ;. filed in this i
tice I -; hereby give
��� the ��� _ pi ration of i i ���
the    .. ������ of the flrsl  ; .
���;��� ,e duplicate ol
flcate,   inless in the
'    ection be made to nn
C. S. 1
Distric   Regis!
Lam!   Registry  Offii e,   '
sti r, B. C, March I i, 1!
thence   i'i"  chain,  wesl;    40    i hail
vest,  thence 80 chains south, thence   "''":    160 chains east, to the line oi
I    !..   i945;   thence along the
poinl   ol   commencem! nt.
1' . Im   N'o,   11.���Conn i   i Ini     a*   a
100. I on I he ���   m . ,vesi  i ��� ni
Commencing  al   a   pes'   (0   chains oi   T.   L.  7945;    Ihence    runnini    IGO
eas! of the rlvei  al  the ;i"":: I ne of <     ���'���      ������   m     I0 chains I       160
the Indian  Reserve,  at thi   mouth ni chains east, to     i line ol T. I..
'li"   Enches-hese  River   on   the   north  7945;     thence   l"  chains       ith
Channi '.   Ri nge 5   the lini   to :   Int of <   mmi     em< nl
ifh\ A.&^i-y*    -3_
Wamwx&$i
>   'at'f
���   V
SYNOPSiS    OF    CANAD'
STEAD   REGULAT
:
IS   HEREBY  GIVEN   tli i!
tfti i' date I Intend lo applj
An., aval   ble Don  i
In the Rail., ij   Bell in
bia, maj   be bomi stei li
���- ���    iho 1     : ������ sole hi
- : . i    male oa er IS yi
tbi  ��� '.'���: ��� ol   oni q .
es, more or less.
Entrj   musl   be madi
the local land office tor (he
which the land is Bit iab .
The homesteader Is r<..
form  the conditions 11 am
\vith under one of the fi
tl) Al leasl six mon
upon and cultivate n i I
each   ear for three . ���
'-1    if the father (or an
��� ' ��� ��� Is tleci ased I, of thi I
' r ; esitles upon a farm In
'.' lhe lan I entered for,   tl
a   mm  . - ��� i residence n ���
b;    such    person   residing
' ther oi mother.
'i    If the settler bas li
residence upon tarmii i
i'! "��� him In the vlcinitj ol b
'.   the   requirementi
'   ������ ������ may be satisfied    If)   ���
mi n the said land.
Six monl hs' notice In wr!
11- given to the   Comm    loi
n li Ion Lamls al  Ottawa of .
I
���
I.I'"'
His   Favorite.
"What is your favorite recitation?"
ii"_ce| the hostess.
"'Curfew Shall Nq1 Ring Tonight,"1
answered Mr, Blyltlns, with n prompt
ness which was aim,ist defiant.
"Why. nobody recites that now."
"That's why I like It."
'��� ' ��� ���   ;:  IS   HI REBY   GIVEN   thai
fifte "   date   I   Intend to
mnke      . .     Hon    lo    rl       Hon. the
Chh i'  Commissioner  i ���'    Lnn I     an I
Ve irl     for pi   mission to cul and car
tlniln :   from    tho    following
I di h un
let:
I.   Commencing ai a stake 10 chains
hi   posi easl of s . all bay al the head of Hoth-
'��� about 'siii Sound;    thence north  SO cliains;
,'���',,', thence wes! SO cliains;   thence south'
ioo chnlns west to riven 80 chains;    thence i"M-t  SO chains to
Hi" in cluiiiiH northerly along river i" poinl of commencement,
commencement,   containing   ':'"      ,,     ,,
J.���( ommencing ai a stake al tho
ai post north-easl corner of Claim No l-
''��� ,���ll",'l':. thence  north 80 chain-;   thence vvi   :
com i 'I.." c 10 tier
or   le
I Mil ilel     NO.      I ii,      I '"III!,!��� il'ill'-'
; i .      il  on   ","   ���yn)ti_utlt_   Riv
two mile H up from I In   tnoi th, on tli
hank of river; tin  ir��  100 chnlns easl
'    '
to tl        niourable Chief Commission.  '" apply (or patenl
��� -   Land   and Works for permission      coa] lands may b
��� i, . irchase the follow lng described
hind . ii. Le I mi whal is called Mid-
land South Dundas Island, Range 5
Coasl District:
Commencing al a posl planted at
' ie" head of Swan Inlel; i hi nee Botith
100 cliains; thence easl 80 chains;
Ihence north to Bhore; thence westerly and north-westorly along the shore
to poinl ni commencement,   ���
F\ ll. CRAGO.
March 23, I!in7.
I'i '.as.' 1
..' re for sofl coal and $2u
thracite,     Not   more than   !!20
<an lee acquired by one Individ
companj-,    Royalty al  the rate
cents per ton of 2,000 pound   i':
ollected on tbe gross output.
W, W. CORY,
,
1901.
Leave
Day Train
Arrive
020 a.m.
... Spokane
��� -  .IS P-m.
J.-5 p.m.
.. .Rossland
.. ,4,10 p.m.
p.40 a.m. .
.... Nelson ..
II. A. IA<
���. 6.45 p.m
.KSON.
His Rebuke,
Small Johnny (after the slipper exer-
��� Ise) I'm glad 1 ain't a girl. Mamma-
Why? Small Johnny- 'cause r,.i ���>;>
ashamed to grow up Into a wonlun ai..l
punlsb little boys like me,
A married man thinks 1 - could
saved a lot of money ha ' Ue
>   bachelor, _._!. ���p coulda't
Nov
bai,
ill nl
le . ".1
p. ���
ercs,   more  or less.
I'iiiiin   No,    IG     Commencing
planted   mi   Oi,-   Zvin.m':ilitz   Rlvi
two   miles   up   from   Ihem   outh
"..si   bunk  '���:'   river:   thence   180    chains
".1 -1 ;   I" "Inline-' north ;   1 00 i hants wesl to
rlvc-r;   thence   i"   chains  southerly   along
rii er  mi point  ol  c immencement, contain-
In ��� 01" acres, mon  or lese,
i'iiiiin .n'd. iv. Commencing at tmsi
t'lnntei] iiii ill" Zymagatitz River, about No,
one mile up from thu mouth, on the west
hank of rlvi r; lhi ncu 40 chnlns west : Hi"
ilns north; 40 chains easl in river;
thence 100 cliains southerly along river
in poinl nl' commenci ment, containing 640
nere   ,   more  nr  h-ss.
Claim   No,   IS.    Commencing    al     post
planted   mi   ih"   south   bank    of   Skeisnn
liver, aboul hair mile beiow the mouth
nf  K'liM'iiiiM.illiini  River; thei  80 ohalnfl
,,iiih ; sfl cliains easl I 80 chains nortii
i , si -" im River; tin nco along river to
point of i"inini"iii'"i:ii m, containing 010
lores,   i,  ire  or  less.
i'i.iim   No,   19,    Commencing    at
,.:.,',:  ,|   ,,ii   the    south    bank   of  Skecnii   and   Work
i:Iver, iiii'iiil half mile up rrom the mou!h
��� a    k ii mmgallum   River,   on   the     Bouth
i   le of  .--'li'iiia  River:   ih o  1-0  chiuil
LAND  PURCHASE   NOTICE.
thence south   80 cliains
80 chains to poinl of com
80  chains
thence easl
ai' ncement,
;:.���Comn eing al
wesl of the north easl corner of claim
thence north 80 i hains; thi nco
wesi 80 cliains; thence south so
ch ilns; thence cast so chains to point
oi' commencement.
HENRY OROSE,
March 21st, 190'
NOTICE
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  thai
':i days after date I Intend to npplv to
nef Commi sloner of Lands
or   pei lnl   lei a - to cul
i''1'1 carry awnj   tlmln     -  the foi
lowing   li    ii -I |nn,]    ������       ,;      .���
NOTICE  IS HEREBY  Q1VEN  thai
ixiy   elays after date  we  Intend   to
apply   io   iim   Honorable    the  Chiel
;" chains   Cotnmii sioner of  Lamls  and    Works
for   permission   to   purchase -the   foi
1"\\ Ing tracl of land situated In Coasi
Dh nil i.  for a Mill Site,     G lenc
Ing at a posi planti',l on shore of baj
S. E, Arm Huaskin Lake, aboul s.
W, corner T. L, No, 6949; thence
South in cliains; Wesi ,. chains;
South 10 cliains. more or less Lo x. t_,
shore of Turnbull Cove; thenco West
wiih shore line 20 chains; North 10
chains; Easl r, chains; North 10
chains,   inure  nr    less,   lo    Bhore
Huaskin    Lake;    thence   Easl    wltl
'ii
Deputy ol' the Minister ee; it
terlor,
N, B.���Unauthorized   publicum
this   advertisement   will nol ���<'
for.
"The MilwaukeJ
"The  Pione-r  Limited"  St Pa^I
Chicago,   "Short   Line"  Om>H
Chicago,   "South     West    Vm
Kansas City to Chicagc.
No   trains   in   the   service n"'
railroad  in  the   world   that f'i";
equipment that of the ChicagdJ
waukee & St.   Paul  Railway,
own and operate their own ���'
and dining cars on all] their tra'H
give   their   patrons   an   excelle"'
service not obtainable elsewhere
II. S. ROWK. General^
134 Third St.. cor Alder. PoftW' .;;-_.��'CN<
.-    '     ''-    s"' S    Barr!a
solicitors. Bla
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: ence b-ild
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....   s   - sitors, etc ���'
stminster. Trap]   Blk
.   ..   ..:. .   Lorne   streets
is -'  '    -������������ -45   --a_
.  . ���   Martin, K. <  . .
. :    .       -    M ���    EL   A
;.;     M .-:.;.    i.?.   ^e  ia  thi
jster offices every Fridaj   al
Stop paying- rent ro landlords.
Tel. 333 PROMT
IT'S  YOO\A>\\.
Tel. 333
. ���.    REID  &   BOWES.   Barris
.'   solicitors,   etc.   <2   Lonw
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. st'er,    a   Whealler,  P.O. Box
m E   MARTIN. B  rrls ���-.   in
m -, Guichon  bl    k. Col im
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_ Ft S G R A Y, Barns!      S   I ci 1
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Box 169.    Teh   '. in    61
Pour    :..-Jei tr rent. One or
12th  i
_:-��?:;   :e-r or Fourth avenue
one  ;
or ftgnes street; one on 13th ���::
'eel
App ., at once,
���
Splendid   Fa   ��� chains   water
front or the Nortii ���'��� -��� of the Fra
sc- R i ���: - idje ��� i_ the we known
Mead's estate, Nr 15. F ft)
acres, a undei cu I ���������: on One
of the best barga ts to be obta ned
���- the d si" ct, F.-' exe us e; sa e
Pr e�� $10,500;   $3,500 cash   ba ance
- I 12 and 18 months .it i per
cent,
Full-sized lot No. \ between 6th <�� 7:h A.ve on
4th St, wesl side, $300,
half cash. bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between L8th and L6th St,
on 8th Ave. Price $750,
i-;> cash, bal. easv.
Si_ and     ..-       - b .'.   :    .:.,...    .......:���       i
.:..::,..���.       . -.   . ���.    Si,       ton.   E
...... at J     i
ai      small bi - n ��� ��� ������ ��� ���
-
HANSFORD      Ba
Cresci
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t Nc.  12
Rc
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A\ e
nue,
th rd lot
frcr.    E 9
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st
-eet
$1
C   0,
' for sale
exc'us s e
y.
- ci.M.ii;   p opert es    ust     sted
v. ith nc- for sa
,v        church. S
. _sl   -. . i         S   ��� <
i. 00 c.is m
lots  s       .   -   . Si\       \
-   ���    .
' $1050 cash
! on 1
m        |5. . (350 e ich,     .':
.ms?;: ��� . .     .
roe months at 7 pe   oeti
-   . ���, .���   ���. ......i-
���    . .    . m adv.
.     JI. .
i
V mm  J' 80C   I
1.       -   : .     -. ���;    ���. 6tli  siroet, in
na    .   East    sM cards
!    M..'. ,        J'...V
60 acres        1 try      and in Surrei
{      ���������>
��� .' - .   . ' alance 6 months a; 7
, - r mom., hai p-     2 houses corner o!
    stairs-, tius v_i>��.   ��� _.,,.. lot���    i arter cash nei . ilahce
....... ��� >. ���     .    in one or two years ai  . per c< ul
fii   \Hl fei      $250 .mis".
HOI SE and LOT
.hi ���  . ������:,'.
.vio and one hall
CF TRADE.���Xew  Westmin-
,  in .   ��� con
���,-'_r.l of Trade meets in
Room, City i   il    as follows.
We Ines lay of each m mth
rt��-*ly  meetings on  the  sei md
oesday    ot     February,    May,
ist  anil  November, nt  8  p.  ni
,! meetings   mi   the   sm   q i
esday    of     February.     N'e*
: ers   may   t>e   proposed
���ed at any monthly or quarterli
Etiag.   A. K. Whi'e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
ISi   .,, ��� es, Maple it��� . rt>, s,     .-w- :
29 and    ..   ;"m .i i'   one hall  prai
rie, resl brush and some sn;.,:: trees
. \;;i   i ;. nected     wl        sewers       Pr'.e     J.: 500.
'   ������       Cash $2 ince   . i nd 1s
a��<l months at 7
rms  $4      .   -      .
��� ms llm near Prices   Se      n    !, $45 per acre; Sec
- rr'6th S_ boiweon j,,yce sl r cleared    fenced ,..,..,,,   ten no,      ���,.   si    >c   ��kr
_,������_ uon z;i, aou per acre,  _ection _.>, soo
icross  froi     fai ns     ������      Im     S10C0. . .    ,
:-store ,- House   7 ro        wii i all mo.1   <-,,,      . .   ��� per  acre,     telephone   al    Hammond;
-    -  ��� rruund   100X  ���'  " '  "    ' ,   . , ,      ,      .   . ,,..   ,,. ,,    .
..   -.   , ith   v.. acres ai  Poi   K   Is at G.N.R  sta 'ele8;raph   station,   i iti   Ri\er  Bridge
��� ��� tion     l.a storej house, i'i \ _S feet; Terms, half cash, balance one and two
���' r: S '   "im   ;.;    trees;nevt years at 7 per cent. Exclusive agencv,
. _   ,  .         _.,,       arn   lelng   Imilt;   chii ten   liouse and       	
.table;    , oui    12   icres cleared and      0ne fi;" sUe<i lot' 66x13-  2 storei
... ,-. enl I;   pa
\     -.   -i  '...'��� ,en unci ���     hoi
.   ...   w ate        it!     lush   cl ise!.  lai a
tori.   m.,'. trl. n ce   lawn;   lol
' ��� \i.     with lane In reai       irt ol loi
ou   wl  if  lit ti mi- .    pi i, p j ��� -.. -
i cash, balance arranged
".    N'o, 20, $170!  N
11 oi nei     .'';-.    ; ��ui ie ��ni   and  Se< nn i
|n  LOCGE. NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
.-    regul ir    meeting   ot   this
Id on tiie First' Wednes.1 i;   li
month, at  S o'clock  .    ui., lt
Masonlc   Temple.     - i] ���    ning
fence      P lec $2,330. ou '.mis;   terms;   house; 7 rooms; flush cloael upstal
."m "'", cash modern Improvements; m'w house;
.   $3,000,   .. cash, >.  in 6 months al  :
, cni    Uoo .   .   i I stable and fruil
Se'e'iin.i house from Sth street
;.        ,,:���!: ms   S '
i    i:
Mi
I" IM .rs
miles . om i. Ige ofl
Haworth road, Surrey; hor,,,. iv\_t;.
; m_. storej house, 3 rooms ftulshi I, an   '���'���''|,>'
i'i Lots facing Columbia
street, Sapperton, $1,000,
half cash, '.,'. on easy
terms.
iron are cordiallv invite 1 ' i at
Dr. w. a. bewoif smith  ! 8 - roi m.u   modern  resi-
cretary.
deuce on 4th Av. between
Gth and 7th ;'... with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees,   outbuildings,
SOl.OV.ON  LODGE, r'O. 17. A
& A. M.���Regular cemmunica
as (Jf this lodge are hel I ou th<
l;.,l  Tue  i y  In  eai 'i   month  li
unic Temple, at 8 ,    m.    Vi_lt , .
brethren are   .-ordialls   Invited   , Stables, &C.; an eXCeptlOTl-
uend.  d. w. onchrist. sec.   , , aliy cheap bargain.    1'rkV
l city preceptory, no.4.' | S4,500. $2,500 cash, balance
K.    ot    ��� .   meets    fe>
other :', can be added upstairs;  small west, on upper side
'  ������'���','���>���. p-'   "'���'-  ���''.'���''   ',ld r'vi'','      160 acres, Langley, 25 under cultH-a ���
��'ith clovei   red; fairly e sll.i cleared. ,,        , ,        ', ,      ,,  ,        One hundred and slxtv acrei N   vv
One  mil.   from  shingle  mill      Price ;;",,:   house-  barn' shetls. etc' :l11 ln ,    Bgc     ,,   -,.,,,.....���.,  ,,   ... , m������.
$1,200:.   terms half cash,  balance  12 good   repair;  a  suap  al   $3,000,  halt '4  aw'    '"   ''"""'V  "��� '"" ",'1'
months al 7 cash . ��� frolu K'"!   Un8le-V.  ���'  ���"'l,,' """bed,
'    ������' ! '    n�� St. Patrick's St..     Five cottages and two'lou on Flrsl **}ltn?\   Price, $10 per acr^ Oh.
north side,  between .l.ihn  McKenzie s .        , ,   , third Cash, balance oa time, 7 per conl
nnd ci.n.M, UOU8e,    Pr|Pe $475. hll: street, opposite Qi ns  park,    Price ,Btft    ,
cash, balance In ,: months _l T ' $7,000. '      ' '
,, ,,        , , , ..     ,,       _     ,  , one iiuiiiin',1 un,i slxh acres, N \v
Full sized lol  No   i.' on Royal   \ve.      10 acres In sec, 32.   rimber, fir, ce ,      ,.      .,     .,,        ,      	
����.   v':'  r:-   rn,ce $'1050'    ;"';  "'���"��� lar nnd aider.   Good soil; good roads ,.'     8��C\?J't!?T   P     .' .
ini.mice ,n  i '.  per annum. , limn      Miholsford,    creek      running
,,     ,    ,    ,   ,,    ,     ,,,    ,   - Ai'i'lv for lull  pnrtlculnrs ,,        ,    . . ,,      ,
Westerly   t, i    ul i... Sub. Block ... rough, SO nci*es alder hoiinni. said
or
eae
month,    at
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
DAPT* N    D   .   SN TK.
\     .' -      ��� ���     >  .-. - ���      ���'..,-���:.���.-       V   ���;>    _
'   .      .
'���'���c -��� ��� '��� - ��� I
������ S'irtliA
...������.'.. ���        ���   -  v
when 1        \. ���    ���
on ���   : r ; ��� . <     ;
......
irflv tli,-  \(tf  ,-,:'     , .   t_.  A.\
rent. ���   - o -..   rf 1   >   *       VI Hm * ?e
of Sl.ICi tl ������  .
,'s 'iv; iaFrai thetxvwCount
. k_    ��i     ...
_*. \. ;���,  v>        . :.i    ..; .
.;. '.,... ,  .       -.-,
to Hi rear*    \ ���-       On tiie vai
easi h��� �� 1*1   mm ��,       . |
. - �� Ititguenol and wan rescftptl i
���   frvmi  " ' -      '\:,...'.s(im(��
s enabled hlm 11 e ���
.1" ^e t me   He- then ^.-w.-i-y ttw .\n-
s,  ;     i    .   .     . . .-��     ���   .
Oi ��of these ibe^ d# ������ INi  ���
���-!',,:..,,.  s     | |
; -   well   known coal   ol   si .���-
 h     I. mm        -.- ���
s                H    ��� |   -.   .-
' 1    i   ,'     lie'   i>  ;s  Ml.,- . . '.,.���     ' ,
' ���    ii.1V.-- ;m,e   .   ��� . .   ������  I -    M.-
.   . ���-;  With X< '���        ',-     -.      ,- ,   |   f     ���.
��h ladj      Whs
��� i' .rd ��� ''   ���-..*-    he was always
i.' (nu;   : :,��� i,, .   ������       In iii,- �� ,��-<-; i!:m
i. es he kmi"\ " '. ���; .> .. ihe right th
m> i'c done "   I ondon Om a ������
PRECOCIOUS   IOH(j   DAVY.
Childhood   Ineldtni   ol  Vie   A..ttio'-  ,���<
"Tl.,. i*.>  ,'< n re*) "'
\,i mii'ivm ii ��� aneedore ot the ) mth
c John i'liei   who composed tho fa
mens sens    'Hie H.iv ol  FtlSCSLJl '   sM.,>\>,.
how  decided and  preen, oua was I
musician's uptltinle f\\r the ati he ultl
niiuch   pe ;��� i..v,i  with artistic if nol
tiu:iii.'i:ii ihi'iiks   John Datj waa horn
near Exeter In ITttft    vi the age of iu
he evinced n pasnton tNir music, which
he . ought i'ii'vi   means of gratifying
it,- mus iu wanl i<f it musical Instru
menl and determined to provide him
sen with cue of however rough * na
ture    So from a neighboring smithy
i'.e> purloined  tweutj   to ttiirt_   horse
ahoes   from theae ho selected as man.
ns formed a complete octave and, having suspended them in an upper room,
amused   himself   bj    imitating   upon
them the chime. e>r the neighboring
chin di nf i Irodlton
r>\ these mui other means he obtain
.ii :i knowledge of music which some
thirty years Inter enabled him to p>-,>
ihiee mnnj  dramatle places emet audi
Ne>m;s ns ".in-ei Like Love, I'he Death
of the smii���ciei" mui  "The Bay of
Biscay," onlj the lasi of whli h tins re
nialueu poptilai'      "*'"'	
MiiT twentj years' work la London
Davj died In 81 Martin's lane In 1824,
He uns hurled In si Martin, church
yard    London < 'hronlele
i::.'\! :.' corner  lftO feci square
[muses draw In ; .: S   ei  month,
Lots 17-, Is. 19, 20, 21    :..
in n'.ih
Iwo
Price suce;  and  sili uM'nui'.   2 corner lota , . , , ,,       ��,,, ...
���Sshalf o m �� .nd ._ |S30 8llielot8$2 ,���     ,m  i;Xi,onU_2l,0P,r'er,^Oa<h'
2 lots on Princess s: .   N'o   u and $K��' "^    Si":;i,> !"!" :"  ' "h Ten acres In l. 13, one mile easl
, ore  Mission Junction.   Jus    al  the   ,._._ ,���,,���,,,,,, ,������,,,���,, :.,,   Ul,   two lota      i,;��� ;1,.lVs.   Westminster district, 40 of W.sttuinsti
from 6th  St. on  south    side.      Prl
ftii.,  in   Orange   hall,   corner   ol      ,;,   [erea M]|1.,,hv Landing     1 mil
ivenue and   7th street,     be.
; _  Sir  Knights   cordially   In     ..- [ii _ of Murphy Landing,
im  lie  $GO0 we'iiii nf timber on the
��r Junction, \ i eotl, eai
Me
alien'!.    W. 10. Dunlop, W       m .     f lot; 25 acres clean I   under  Xl)  n, $210,'half cash, lujlanci  fi n��
ce  acres under cultivation,  in acres or   lly clenred    $,U) per acn
Ho id, Re
Ivaiion;    I room   liouse,   bmn   ami
iboul one acre oi cliai i. bear
al
Xee.  12, cleared,    $315. half
;  chard,  :;4   acre   strawberries   plan te 1
Double ii'iieiiii'iii house,
I'e'i'lUS   111
��� ���    ":   iiwm one acre orcnaiM, near   cash, bnlance 6 mos. at 7 ' ''", ���"'" ��� '" K'r """"'" K,""; "i""1"-'  ,.,,, ii |���M1S���   ������,.,;,,,-   n���i,,   full slate lol
_ orange  LODGE,  NO.  1150 %*�� (���. Jf^ ^ 5'^0' ;n ��%      Double    tenemon.   house,   ,.!,  Ave. spring; house is x 22;  frame barn 30  ,,������,���.���    F|rg
,   ;;,   Orange  hall   B.-ai   and '���'-*- fiance �� an l" is'r.in.h"        l>i /'? V'"' ,*! ' u ��� '"'���     P''!.e $!,7,00: *  "";   ' """:'   ':!':M'  '"'"���"  a'"'   co%Fourth avenue, d  ��� ,      ,-
I I'l'ida'.  in each mon-, at S |      - ensh hall nnd hall In 6 mouths nl 7',. =tublos, three In all, stnhlc S cows nnd
Visiting brethren are   lordialh       '       ��� ��� , X.-l_. i    ner ol   Rents for $10 each tenunl 2 span horses;  near Mission Station
������     '"'���::1      W. P_,.e.W. M NVWJ, ce     JtJO S.I.. Ji of SecUon2.i. ;Dlsl. 12. ^^    (,,���;:, ������.    ,,������     R|     ,,���,-
���.- Humph . .    Re ��� Sec.
i    ami   Second    itreet,
mu
$1,500, half cm'i. balahce In one venr
iei" S.I..   ',  of Se ei- ue  2ii,  Dial,   12, " '' '
In;', and od so i        I'i nin   I i acres,pari l\ e loured.  KnunUn ci pi
Vale road; sandle road and new roiui,   running through; good road; one mile slen"��'r Innds twice n day; aboul  i'11
;,  |0ta corner of   Lre I    letween m!i  north   nf   Webster's  corner;    shingle acres limber, Mr and cedar, never been
F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. :7���  and !>tli  Ave. on'2nd  St., side of 2nd   "lin ���'" ' '' "  ��' ""-' ��,,;; corner; llm logged;   $2,000   refused   for   sin a Hug
regular n tings of this lodge, St., equal to one acre;    ai      cleared,  '"''' "    :'     ���    '���   icre; cedar und flr; timber; cnrrlage house 16 x 21'  hen
eM in Oddfellows'hall, Colum-j $500. half cash.      V hi-I      I       '- * !}JJV9torr���m$1 Wr.,_ ."lminn^n '   ' ' t hewed timber Wd Ji
In nit v   fur  in vest men I -1..   ie.u ,   i, e   ii..   , i. i ue   i a mi,   n,i ,,i ,n ,     .
ingcd in '' tar   i" >.  'i'i    A  i lia if a life
ID acres I     I      v linlns   r, Lol  .$0,000: .. I: ngh, balance ul 0
���:��� renl
Visiting brethren i u
s rooms
lorey bouse, hath ru
Invite i ��� e atten I,   S, Gregory-
11 iter .... i llghl: full    Izi I lot,  U(>
fei 1,   Ituate I (ith SI   I etwe tn   I h aui
.  S,   DI\    :il.  Si    ���
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $60 to $3,000.
See us Immediately. Tell
ns where you want a lol
\   '   ' nline
��� ��.   niehmnnH   v c ��� w  C                             " ' '                  ": bridge,    Price  $400
. i_. Richmond, \. u., w. _. 5th Ave. on west side.      Price $2,300, mice terms ul   7  '
���   mu. R. S.;  J.  W.  Mai Um ild, ._. ,'., :,   ��� .., ,:r,.,   i;, ,; months al 7
,: ; Alex. Adams, Treas.
front;     12  acres   cleared;     - roomed on  Mth Sm.   iot ween Qn    n's nnd ill I
Li. w. FRASER LOCGE No. 3 house, ie'li and plastered;  v n      ilu I, Vvenue,
leetlngs rhe first and third TueS' chicken  barn  nnd    fruil   I   ���,     of   ill |   icre u    c   side ol   Illl   \ve  and 2
In    each     month        Vlsltln. kinds,    Prl i   Sr,.0CO.   Terms one-third ivest o|  til    SI     large liouse   if -
in cordially invited to att.nd cash.            e fi and' 12 months , , ���         i          ,   nnectlons;
:i'    '   i   '��� ceni and we can supply.
!.Vn!       SI" 1"^. r-Oxl50. outside city llraite      l(;i) acres, nil leuci       endv for cul
$60 each   lot.    Fuller  pnrtlculara em  :e,.l,il���,   ;.n.,,  u���,.,.   ,,,,,.  m()e  rpm|
: ��� :" s " -; ���'" ''��� :   c'n school, ai  Chiiliwack, %'h par aon.
i'ii [bl roomed    house , all    m i lern
i m enlences, em Carnarvon il i eel an i
Flowerpots,
All   in",\   flowerpots  require  to  be
sonkeil iu  M.iier mui allowed to di.
thoroughly before being used The soil
due's nnl  hatlg Well to the slileu nf ijii
den peel e unless bo treated Dirty pots
nre open i" i he same objei tloti I eel
imi one tt.  ie pul ei planl with fresh
Silil    llllel    11    |leet     w 111. It    ll is    leeen    11-si-, I
before and left unwashed, and he will
iinei' in ii fe'u days, when the sell lv
elm in iir.v, thai it leaves ti Bpace and
dee's mei adhere ns ll should to the
g|de�� of ii No planl i an posslblj
flourish under attch ctri urn itati 's The
roots of ;i planl draw to the des of n
pol nuturntly In lenrch of moi 11
nml grott Hi e.f i ni" checked If i
euri'i'iii nf air is allowed to pass be
tween them ancl the Bides. Some pi
exhibit this i leticj In im b a i tn
uieie degree tnnl  fevi   roots are to be
ieen, excepl n nei work   >n the on
of tho snii nexl tho po!
room, A. o. U, W, hall, Odd
-���'  block,  Clarkson  street,  C
|        : n., recorder;   Louis Witt,
��� r �� 'i kn ; n.
OF COLUMBIA LODGE Nr
SONS OF ENGLAND, E. 8.���
-se Dog  meets S >i on i and
li Wednesday of oach month
of  P.  Mi,11. Columbia  St., m
. White Rose Degree, Fourth
i iy   In   each month, same
nd plnce.    Visiting Bn thn n
dlj    Invited,      E,   li.  Si   ��� b
P ���'-.. n. Dli nev, Si crei ������ <
';'T BRUNETTE, No. 4000, I.O.F.
is the Fourth Friday In thp
[! 'ii rn 8 o'cloi i . in the in
P Oddfellows' block. Visiting
f "ii are cordially Invited to al
���i. n. Rushtnn, C. IL; ''��� P
,*well, r. 8.
IG'
.10  p
' .   illl   Cltj .
|RT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 88!  ���
^' F.���The regulai  meetln
Lodge me held on the Sei
\   Fourth Tuesdays of each in i
' p. in. in ilie Oddfellows' II
Ung  Brethren  are cordial:   in
1,1 to ati ���;' i.   k. ci. Firth, C. R,
P. Maxwell, See.
Two    ������ ���  "ii   15 ie   sl reet, be
��� v i-   .  Vtli   ind  Sl ,i  avenue i
Ciirnor ol     Hamllto!
No.   i '   an I  12,     Pill ������ $245,   '/_
, . in ,��� fi mon  .
icres in .' rre ; ���'- .- ol
N.Va ni se c '.i i im ,e in ��� 2 Log
ii -a i-t, and cl        i. i iops,
. mall barn; C i fruil trees; i .
-, .... i leare I, i aorei an ���
i nltlvatlon and 8 a< res Blushed
I'i b $20 per acr?. '���; cash, balance in I - months nt 7'.
I : ii! size lot, block 0, lol  I I,
St,   Patrick's    Square;      Price
$150.
!  lot, _5V_xlG6, Tenth street,
���. ie.;,., n's avenue.   Price S-130.
!���; "ilns $200 cash, balance terms
to sutt.
. ic ' m,,.. 'ni fi iiii orcliui i. Price
$4,500: ��� ��� '"" mi ' lai ce in me
yi  ii  nl  7 ' , .
._ Ctood S|:ecial
Five acres on !0th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits.   $1200.
i;u
c<
ash,
nal
m    sin
months.
:::..::
i rooi is;
framed;Inside ' :!' lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easilv di ured.
i 'ar   nn i   one ie ilf   acre ���   bel ween
.-  ���' ntli   un l   l.lghth   a\ enue;   i outh
le ot lsl street,    Price $2,500. S|xln ;:,������,i ,UI, ���,���,,���,. $3,7r;0i
' ���  f m '" �� itoi'frout, (i \.     ���> i,���,  | ,n   .,.���,L i   , ;   ���  ,,,,,,.    .
!���   running    through.      $9,460, terms lhe Crescent;  7-roomi I I    i    Prltji
ensy,    Investigate $10,600, '., oath, balanos 6, 12 .imi 18
"    !"M.    hull   ".   7   lleeellis;    IllHl.   I'lllsll    ",0""1!5'
ie.,       ,,, Honk 12 "ie   I2tli  81 I       I'i
'   ' " ���       ,: hPd' '"" :""1 r"M u""r:   rull    .ii'      phcp $_.500. one-thlrd
'   '"":   ::l1 In     I li   ivouue   nn I    3rd   < uh, I al, 6,  I '  ind 18 months
"i   HOifeol     i'i, ,��� $2,400, '.��� i a .li       -'"   nera      n    ,   fruil   lan '��� i,   near
Lol  11 mi  Fifth uvei ,    uh n. in  'il,"' ':"11- W0 pei ai ra
e      uh   i   $ 100 i ' ih,  i ���  i '" i ��� i    . n"" ���' ���    full     i""1   lot.   ��� "    I    i
;,", feel   b>   132  feet. :    " '���  Sappe tun;   re iti   foi   $10   ;���������.
in mth,   Oul    $'.050.
��� I  n io,    i"   room ���.  i' ���   lots,   ne n
;   ii   li   avenue   and   Beventh   ������
, ' 10 i    Tei m ��� e'lia be an an ���   I
I  full ilze I Lota   between   Sevi i  h
in ,'iiin    an i  ri.i111iit "i    i ���,      east i
i   .'mm   tree!    ill cleared  ind I ni ed;
a lar ���'��� barn on o ' the lol
r .'I,,:  ACflE8   MURCHIE   HOAD,
IURNADY.    $1 .0 PER  ACRE.
i Imi.a   and i liroo   lots, coi ner ilr i
A ro nnd I' i b Bl ; ���'��� i.i'un hou ie nu '
i Iti hen, iMee $i,ooo, one thl I i a ih,
i.nl. fi an i i ! nr ini h i nl 7 rec cent,
Cull    [i    nf    I    :  ..��� i        'icI      \ I ilu ,1
mil    '     i   loi   11-. i;: . , i un   half cash,   ball  I'll"   ��� _,   il 7 per
 Hi   Av>'     on   rule  HI.,    wenl   - IU' .    ,,,...'
iiictli'iill    ���   ii     i", i'ii.  nink   ind i' "���
"   " "���   :'" '   n       i""      I  ion;  i rms I .mh,  flfi      7  Lots on   Twelfth '.ven
 lern    Imp mienl      lol    fill l��2 [{;'] :'���,/".;;  ''    " "" '"''  Queen's   ind Third avenue; m I
'   il ,,"!" ��� ���'" ": I"'   '' ' '���* '  loi    off i'������,'. .i.i'i i  si. Hupp   ' f car Bhop;    full size.    Prici   ;    iO
fruil    tree     and    nice    lawn;    Prion  '   " '"' '"'
���'-..   . inr, -y boil
Digestible   Food.
i me ..I' tho  biggest   tulsl ik < i  ah ml
r i which p" ci" i  ike I   l i I ������   ���
thai the true value eef food i i an   -
i i lhe mensure of it ��� dlgestlb I
a |iiiiiiii| of ' be" " Is vustlj more nour
Ishlug as ri" in Is Its mere c mpo iltlon
than half n i ml of bei     but i
ilu' beef will  lie i i and
thus be of v asi '      I   "  -
e i pul oul ol ��� om I nltoge li t for
nary folks bj   i   tson ;   i
w e  ��� hould   bear I
mind -���' ben ���>������ e In ir pe iple i
'   food   with  another In  r spi cl   I ���
their chemical  i alue      ' IIos]
tnl
Fish,   Flesh. Herring.
"Neither lish aor e!    i nor      _ red
herring" occurs  In   I tryden's  epll i n i
to liis Duke of 'in se (182).   The
logue takes lhe form of a dial tgu ���
tween the actress who spoke it and  i
trimmer and ends with this
Hon
D���   neuters    Ir   Ib   i   I    Idle   w ev   .1
'   ��� i i a K ;
They're neither fish ter n    ' "1 red
hi rrtng
���,! icmlllan's _l'ag-_._lae.
$2,760, :?!,..ii , "ii   I i ance 0 and 12    ;,'/.      " ,w" :'"!i"" " "' s"r,,"v
���   inth- in
_  ROYAL  TEMPLARS   OF  TEM
-Rance meet   every Wednesday  ,
;  O'clock   p.   m.,  In  Oddfellow's'
Columbia    street.     VlBltlng
:  "ii are cordially Invited to at-
'. Geo. nurr. S. C; N. R. BroTTSe
iy acres N'orth road,    % <>' a mllo
. er ce lots i irner of intb nnd si. And    ��� |     ,, city limits on    Pol
c���,���  ,,,  i .��, !    ���  I'l'tivi        Illl    mil   ..Hi    \vp.i   v. ���   ' , ,       ,
snap in _._.���. ,    mm Bt.i all cleared,    Prloe^aoo, imlr '  :''      under    cultivation;     i-roomed
Vacanl lota for tale In nil parti of fnsh,   bnlnnce 8 months al 7 .i coot; house;  frame  barn;   chicken  house
l.oi     en   th   nigh  i nun . ti'ei'i   to  Bl reel ,
������'.I iiai'Kiiiii. barn 40x80;    fenced and in good   *���
., f|,;]        ... ��� un   ���'������  ,.,",..-I., ,i.i.,s     .iiiine, Inlet, three i_uare miles, at pair south side'.     Price $4,500,   half
��� .,','"   . - , Brunette Btreet.    Price $150 cash.       $r..oo per acre, half cash, balance easy. cr_s_, bal, In 6 months _l 7 vev cent.
Ml   1 1 Ml ���     ���' 1    i ��� f
Hous,' corner of   Tib St,   and   Ith
Ave.;  :i rooms;  2 full sized lots, 66x   lh;. (.UVi ,���,.,,.,, J25.00 Lo $3,.00
1 12;    e rchard    of   apples, pear
an !
Pull Blzed l"i in Sapperton, facing;
A Matter of Necessity.
"Nov," said the physician, "you wlii
have to eat plain food and not stay
ont late at night"
"Yes," replied the patient, "that Is
Tv'hnt I have been thinking ever sine.
you sent In your bill."
OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Ao
'RATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
VMP, 191.���Meets on the Flrsl and
1   1 ;i'. ,|:,y of every  month  In
' ���   P. Hall.     John    McNlve .
��� i J. .'. P 1 - .'..I-. Rec. S
A Pretty Paradox.
"The charming debutante upsets all
received maxims."
"iiow so?"
"By proving tlmi B miss can also be
n hit."   r.altlmore American.
���Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Vn'wn Fire Assurance Co. of London.
r.e'i: him who neglects to raise thu
i fallen tear lest when be falls uo ouu
xvlll stretch out ill.  hand to lift blxu
' up.   Smidl. THE   DA 11. Y   N KW S.
FRIDAY, APRiu 12
^
���
f t
We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon
Tea. in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
K. Of P. PLACED I
UNDER BAN OE
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Calgary, Alia.. April 11.���Rev. Father Culerier, Catholic priest, las.:
ni?In preached a sermon in which lie
stated that the duty ol the archbishop
A
Household I
Necessity
was io  place  certain  secret  societies  ���
Rooming House
...POR SALE
��� ����
under the ban nf the church. Among
the societies denounced were tin
Knights of Pythias and Sons nf Tem
��� ��� ; ..iie. which we'll' both under tin
ban, and called on all devout Catho- +
lies :<i obey the teachings im' the bish- J
ops and leave such societies, (.inly ���
' short lime since Rev. Father Lamar-
id:.md denounced the Eagles and tli'1
R'-.s mid placed them under the ban of
tin church. He is ca ising a sensation by repeated attacks en sei rei s i ��
: , ii..< out side those :i- md-  J
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building
Put up in twenty-three
tints and white
Ladies*
Cravennetk
COATS
i   '
'���"-'���   ���   t
<-%;; E M ������?
in all weights
I MURALO 1
Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,   Maryland ��� Guaranteed
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS and PRESTON
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT SIREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, HEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
DEWET   FEARS   DINNERS.
Objects  to   General    Botha's   Vis.t
London  on This Account.
���
:o   *
���
Ready for use when
mixed with water
��� Any person can apply it ���
to        Serviceable, stylish coats, every one,
desirable during this rainy weather.    Equal
sirable throughout the dry season,  being lighi
weight than cloth coats.
A large range just to hand.
A   SPECIAL  COAT  AT  A   LOW   PRICE���$9.75   each.
Made of heavy craveni tte,    . les,   trimi
.11_. 1  cuffs  with  contrasting she' li     ol      oadcle th,  nith  n
trimming.    The best  lout; ce;''    .���       .������ ever shown
Johannesburg,    April     li.���Genera
Christian De W< I sa;    that he sti ing
!;��� oieje-cis  ��� c> General Botha's visil i
London, on the groun I, ,;. st, thai ilu
Premier shoul 1 have gone through ;i   ���
fulll session  of   Parliament   to   learn  %
public opinion, and,  second, that  O
angia should have been considered.       ���
"Dinners, and again dinners, an!
nothing bul dinners," said Gen ral ii'
Wet. ".May diverl Genera] Botha's human mind from the business :' his
country."
CRAVENETTE   COATS   ���$6.7.  to
$20..0
each.
I ANDERSON f
I AND LUSBY |
��� ���
* ��
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Our stocl
sion. \\".
colors.
of these coats Is larger  now  than mi   any  \ive\
offer groat choice i'i stripes,  checks, omm
SPECIAL  VALUES   IN   CRAVENETTE   SKIRTS.
Mostlj   .hades of grey, all     v      each $7.00 I
$12.00.
Ho!d-up   Story.
Two   men   accused   of ing   up i
Alex. Gustermson in a shack In the
Wesl End, were landed behind the
bars by Dete divi Bra Ishaw, and Chiel
Mcintosh  yesterday afternoon.
Gustei mson told liis story I ��� the
police as follows: He had been imbibing freely, when he was accoste
by ihe twee men. and escorted to the
shack, after which he remembered no
more until he woke up to the fact
that during his stay his money, am-l
minting to something like thirty dollars, had disappeared, lh- then start-
��� I foi the station with bis tale of woe,
with the result thai the whole combination will appear before Magistrate Corbould at 9:..n this morning.
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
Absolute Accuracy
in Dispensing
is a special feature here.
Your doctor knows what
quantities and materials to
put   in  your   prescription.
W.S. COLLISTER &C
o,
i
i<_
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
Here you get exactly what >::<o:>;:cco::co"Oi>>::o>::o^^^^
___T
your doctor orders.    Every I ;���;
drop is measured and every ;���;
grain is weighed  by scales  ;���;
and measures   proved  ac-  ;���;
curate by tests. W.
It is in your health's interest >���<
to have your prescriptions ; $
filled by us. i >I
FURNITURE
!:���:
When  the Bright Weather Comes
then ihe bare spots will show. Take advantage of the weather and
brighten up the home by doing your painting now. Use the cele-
��� rated Canada Paint Co's well known
"STAG   BRAND"   PAINTS
Alabastine���
The most pop .',;'.-.' f all Wall Finishes. Ready
fen- use when mixed with cold water. Always
Clean!  Always Tidy!  Always  Bright.     Ask
for c< lor cards.
u
BRYSON   &   SONS
Death of Robert Dunn.
Robert Dunn, of Chiiliwack, who was
broughl to the Royal  Columbian bos
pital a few days ago, died at thai in
stitution yesterday morning.   Tl e-   Ellard Block.
ceased  was 37 years ol  age, a single  ���	
m in, and   ha I   iie" n  ranching   in   the
neighborhood of Chiiliwack    for    the
pasl few years.   The funeral arran_e-
1!" nts   have nol   yel  been   made,  but
Intermenl   will  be under the aus-
ices    if   the   Freemasons,   of
;��� I- the eh ci ase I was a .. embi .. be-
li nging to the Chiiliwack 1 idge.    The
i, ������ ' n enl   n iii  most likelj     ike pla
on Sunday afternoon.
T.A.Muir&Co'S
DRUG  STORE
New Westminster
FISHING
TACKLE
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       1S7 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
_*" Agents for "KLENO."   _*
. �� *<*����<.* _*��** *��*<�����������������<.������������>.**<��� ��..<>�� .*.._*_���������������+�������
ANOTHER   LOT   OP
lanquet,
EATON HURLBUT'S
���
���
���
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
Dates  AhesH.
April 12    Bruce  Ol I   Bo;
\ ancouver.
April  12    Od Ifellows'   i ��� le.ption   to
Grand Master.
April 12���Apron   and   Candy     _  !<
Mrs.McKam, 190 Ash sire ���  .
.April 12���Knox Church  Lecture'.
\ ��� i:  13    Spoi ts,    Columbian     Colli ge.
April   13    Laci osse  meeting.
'   'ii  15-  Women's   H .uxlll
nrj   Meeting.
A  Mi  ''    Epworth   League,  i }ui ��� n'-
_vei .'���  ' !hui i _,  annual   i e   Ing,
'   ���   ��� n's Auxiliary,  R, C.
Hospital annual meeting.
Sporting   Goods
Toys. Dolls
ANO
FANCY GOODS
The Finest anil Largest Stock of Furniture is to be seen at F '
Our clearance sale is still on.   < Iver $15,000 ."'nek still to gi .
N'ew goods arriving daily.    Latest Btyles and best finishes.
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.      Rear Extension.  Fronts
j��<i��;>:i*!^i*K>:>;>:i^>i*;j��:>:>:>;i��:>;io;>:>i*i��i>i ._��>-*��; *;*��::���:>:>;*���� ��� ��� ��������:���:. |
_-_---_-a_-_______________________a_
DO    YOU    WANT
A Good Home, Cheap?
Six rooms, pantry, all nicely papered and
painted; house 2-storey; well situated on a
corner lot on Tenth St.; lot 66 x 132 ft.; 1.
fruit trees; nice lawn; splendid view.
Price ��M9750.    Terms can be arranged.
-AT-
Moreys
217-219 Columbia St.
Paper __2 Envelopes
JUST   OPENED   a\T
4 ���    '*'>:>i>::*i>:>i>i'.:>:>:>:>:>i��::����.>;>i;*��ii��':�� :���>;��::��� >'*;>;>>;��;>:>>>;o:>;>>>>>>^c_
!l Ji MACKAY 1 COS ! LHomes For Sale.J
TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE���      -and-        -INSURANCE!
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I Electric Railway Service j
!
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
ni. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly curs will
run from Central Purl; to
Vancouver only.
��� City  Limits Line���Service from
��� 6.15 a.m. to 11 p m.
���
��� 20 Minute Service���so tr meter.
5 lletween 1_ and _ and h and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during  re- $
mainder ur day.   Transfer at
Leopold Place.
SuncJiiy   Service   half-hourly  be-
lui'e ii  s a.m. and  11  p.m.
.apperton Line. .
15  Minute  Service from 6.25 a. ^
in   to  11   p.m., except between ���
1. and 2, and 5 ami 7, during ���
which hours Ihe service will be !
It-hourly. *
Sunday s.rvice   Balf-hourly iie- ���
tween 8,30 a.m, and 11 p.m. x
______���
���i
Fou ' li    .a enue, i lose  to car,  model n  House,    7
newly   pa      ���     through  ut;   l  bedrooms upstairs.
Prici
$3,000
Fifth Stn
8   rooms;
iw Fourth Avenue, new modern dwelling,
dn oins and bath upstairs.    Price $300D
Second Street, good house, 7 lar;',.' rooms; orchard and
stable; lol 110 x 290 feet; all cleared; brick basemeril
under kitchen,    Price   $3,550
St. George Street, two houses, 8 rooms
nice  gardens,       Price	
li. Iii; city water;
 $2,000 each
ilM
SIMPLE a^i
LASTING
m
r.
db
mm
Sixib Street, below Fourth Avenue, two modern bunga
lows, ."i rooms, bath, pantry etc.; nice lots, with lane nl
back,   Price  ���  $2,000 each
Good terms can be arranged on the above properties.
Xanaii; i Str et, two cotl is on full sized lot;    lol    all
cleared,   For cash sale  ��50o
| British Columb?_i Electric Ry. Co., Lid |
* ���
IF. J. HART & CO., Ltd. |
|^:__. s^^m^mmM^, .��� m. :.*_>. ^^^^x__a��>;
as well as sanitary results tra
obtained from the use of Alabastine. instead of deteriorating with a_e. it actually
becomes harder, until at last it forms
part of tha wall itself.
ALABASTINE
with its plain tints, supplies a luxurious wall-covering for the
most handsome room6, leaving your walls free from the delirium of wall papers. We will bo glad to tell you more about
Alabastine, if you will ask us. Let us show you a tint card
and cutting of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
Alllkinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J. TRAPP & CO
Limited
ADVERTISE IN  THE  N0

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