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VOLUME 2, NUMBER (14
NKW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH IG, UH)k
U/cTOv>.\^>^-^Hi CENTS PER WEEK
SAPPERTON DISTILLERY HIGH FINANCIER
G��T5 c/ry ware/?
Council Reserves  Right  to  Tap   Main   at   Any Tir
Opening   of   New    Streets    Planned���Dr.   Jon       I
Appointed  Health  Officer���Other Council   B
guichon mm
LANDS IN JAIL      Witt BE ENLARGED
PROSPECTS FOR STRIKE
ARE ROSY
s
iess.
UNAUTHORIZED TICKET AGENT
IS ARRESTED ON SERIOUS
CHARGE���C.P.R.   THE   VICTIM.
UPPER STOREY OF BURR BLOCK
TO EE ADDED TO HOSTELRY-
WINDSOR   IMPROVEMENTS.
The civic estimates for the current
. ......   now   ready   tor   discussion,
bBt owing to the pressure o�� business
,hi, committee ot the council meet-
night, had  iei be  laid over.
P   |0ni   was appointed health offlcei
BD ��� reemenl  will  ij�� - drawn up
1 ,jln ���, bu duties,   After discussing
itters, the   committee    re
gone Into, and much Im-
rtani        iness    transacted.     The
dayor anil all the aldermen, with the
.  tlon uf Aid.  Qarrett,  were pre-
A deputation from the B. C, Distil
iery, composed  of    Messrs.    Morals,
.  and Campbell, waited    on   the
,  ;]irli iaa   night, wiili n requeBl thai
i,. hi.  lay water pipes from Colum-
street to the distillery.   The proposition made by the company  was
that If 'li*' city would guarantee the
���,, the company would furnish the
ii wns decided i<i accept the
::,.. oi ihe company, ihe' city reserving the righl to tap the main when-
,.,: convenient or necessary for the
city.    Applications   tor   the  position
i   health  officer were reeclved trom
1 -   Rothwell and .Joaes.     The application of Dr. Jones was accepted unanimously,  Mayor Keary declining to
, v.    It  was decided thai  an agree
ment Bhould be drawn up defining the
.mils  ol   heahh  officer;   ii   was  sug
jested       o  that   the   new   officer,  in
.   ition to tbe usual duties of milt
��� sting, -���iieiai health and school te
, should attend to    city    patents mi the hospitals.    The majority
th*   counall  considered that if  the'
extra worli be added, the salary which
nt preseni is $26.00 per month, should
Increased    on    account    of   the'
ra work   which   was nol   Included
la the  preseni   duties.    Oai   clause
thi   Agreement   will   probably   be
Bchools he   Inspected    once   a
. Mih  ai, 1 a reporl  presented to the
i ;ees.
The matter Of  a sidewalk  on  th��
le   of   Seventh    avenue,   be
een Twelfth and Sixteenth  Btreets,
ed al  length, there being
n opinion  that   a sidewalk   was nol
���   ai        Aid. dray spoke stronglj
M-.ve.     ��� the Bldewalks, and it was
��� i thai  one  should  be  laid be-
d  iv. ifth and Fourteenth streets
In ie I iei Sixteenth street, as
soon as the buildings ale v .n Btreel
warranted it. i
The council of Burr ,^ having of-
r* re.] cooperation In < ��� matter of
opening up Fifteem' N��  re 11, the cltj
v;i"   "' isi   Burnabj    i ,  i emmence
work Immediately, and   he    .
half the expense. An application
a ne w company to ereci poles within
��� ��� rtaln parts of the citj   limits, was
i referre I back fur furthe r Infori
'*!!.   Henley   suggested  thai   as
i'i al main   housi .-���  wil,. being  bulli
al ni  Btree    thai were    n        .
������ ��� are I,   the  cit;    shoul I
i learing   up  of  th* Be   Btreel
building o] eratlons were eommi
a>i   aftei   buildings   we re   pu   up no
blasting of stumps  could    be    I
which consequently Increase - the i  >
of clearing.   The suggestion wa
. lly adopted.
A suggestion from the' mayor, tha
lhe stre el ends be attended to immediately, wis endorsed.    Aid. Gray re-
marke I thai  ihe pole al  the end ol
Eighth  Btreet, bearing the red  light,
, was no longi r safe, and ii waa dectd-
* I ;" cul pari of the pole off, place
the red light on top, an I an are- llghl
lower down. Aid. siiile-s will inspect
the piles under the markel wharf, as
* In j an' n ported to be ln a very unsound condition. An application from
the Imperial Oil company for two lots
foi .: site, was granted, tbe consld* ration being $3A)00.
The'  mayor   Informed   lhe    council
that he hal  been  wailed upon  bj   ���.
a putatlon from the Women's council,
with  a  ref|iiest  lhal   the  city council
aid  in  entertaining a  parly of ladles
who  will  attenel  a   convention   to   be
held in  Vancouver  towards ;!.������ paid
e>i Jaws,   The' business of 'he convention lia\iiiii been transacted, th'- members will come over by special tram.
The  city cenincil   will   second  the' efforts of the Westminster Ladles' coun-
: ii  ami an enjoyable time in in  pi is
I   ei; a tour uf ilu' cii;. and   ioal rl le
! ove the I :i !-������. I eing de e Ided on.
It   was decided to call  foi   tend*  s
lhe building of an addition to the
...   ri m: r's cottage.
The  tenders for  water  work- su
plies, and i olice clothing were In, ' ul
no   contracts   will   I e   awaTde I  until
in xl Monday.    A sp< > lol m lng v ; I
I like iy   be calle I   for   tne   purpose   >i
, going Into the estimates,
Five Thousand Workers Discuss Advisability of Quitting
Work in Seattle���Jenkins and Jones Make Trouble
Between Unions and Master Builders.
���' : . iprlaied
���   " mi er ol   tie ... m   whi ���   ' :.     ,yed
as nighl   wan hnian al  the C.   P,  R.
' I "! ;'"' ;l t* w days, .   ,, .���.���,.,
o: .1. Walmsley, who was lai 1 up at
tinie, an Ann  : . n, who has been
���������'������    al   ihe.   Brunette  Saw  mills
mu    Ime        ...      rrested yes
evening b    Vctl     Chiel Brad
1   an   .    ��� .      .,,.,. station ���
re he Bpenl the night,   h Is
ie man, while looking after the
inti re    , also   ooked after
��� ti. and took a ii imber ol .u k
i a be         i ihe . -i nt's offli e,
which, with the date Btamplng mach-
imped the   tick* ts with ad
*'*tnee date -. pro   with the intention of selling tbe tie kets late r In thi
mm      A search of his trunk at Sap
in resulted In live tick* ts to Mon-
in I   Toronto  11 Ing   found, and
seven are known to be still missing.
i   is  n .;   known exactlj   how  many
ticke     we re taken, the shor age having been disi ov* re i only a few days
-         .'.'   Mi m el , tlckei agent,
Deti  m .���   Bulli r,   : Vani ouver, was
placed in chai ge il   he case, the' local i
police nut  being Informe I  until  last
night,   when   the   arrest   was   made.
Tin'   man   denied   any   knowledge   of
thc   missing  tickets,   ami   helped   to
i ��� arch his trunk, with disastrous n
m, himself, a- bi mm ..:' the missdi^
tick* is were   toun I   in   an   enve ope
Ti." police hope to find the other tic-
kt ts  within a ,Uiy or :"���. as they 'lo
apt believe tliat air.  bave been used
lis yet.     'I'he tickets recovi red were
dated   several months  ahead, ami   ii
was   only   by   chance   lhat   the   theft
��������� .-   discovered  by   Mr.  Maxwell,  as
they ha I  beejj  remove I  from among
st  in the ticket  book, and  had
ise to ib" binding.
WISE WINS.
SPUR6E0N SECEDES
FROM TABERNACLE
DEAD DOWIE CURSES
EVIL DOGS OE HELL
DEACONS   OPPOSE    RESIGNATION   CFCEASF.D  APOSTLE   ANATHEMA-
OF   PASTOR    BUT    SOME   MEM- TIZES    ENEMIES    IN    FUNERAL
BERS RATHER PLEASED. ORATION-WILL   RETURN.
Two Straight Falls  Secure  Championship  and $200  purse.
. i ��� - reen Ar-
m Ise, ol   hi   cil y, an 1 .1. Taylor,
"���   V inco ivei.  he   I   mi lei   tl e auspi-
��� :.,. Nal: ���      S    ��� tin :. ��� I
Vancouver, i it,        dted In fa-
...   tminstei   boy, wh    bi
imm" 1 two straight  falls.     1    ��� match
was one     El he contested ac i
,   ���    etermlned i 1 een  wit-
in   Van     i.'���:���.
both men I e ina In the m II
md wenl in     ' '��� a ! they
even   vorth righl froi    the f    rt, Wise
rst fall with a hi      Ne Is n
i    ���     inutes, and the
id with a '���'��� Is m an '    rin
minu "��� ���     if the
.   ���, |���   . over   and,
of the vl        , cam   home
.   - ���. .v   lo lars to the  g* id.   Stan-
���   :;,    .    ,     ���   Vance ive r,   rei  reed
I
I I " hotel Russel, which is about  to
be built by k. .1. Fader, will have keen
competition to fare wilhin twelve
months ol Its completion, iwu other
local men having anonunced iheir in-
entlon of 1 ringing up iheir hostel-
riea to a standard that will equal, if
!1"' surpass, the new caravanserai
which will be built 'his year. These
two claimants for premier honors are
E. .1. Crean, of the Guti hon hotel, and
P. O. Bilodeau, of the \\ Indsor hotel,
While discussing the Russel hotel
iftei noon, Mr. Crean remarked thai the Guichon woul'. be
closed for a few months towards the
end of ilc year, in order to allow
certain Importanl additions to be
made. Mr. Crean explained thai the \
entire upper storeys of the Burr block
would be connected with the Guichon
quarters, and that, by this addition,
the number of rooms In the Guichon
would te broughl up to nearly one
hundred. The offices and stores on
the ground floor of ihe Burr block
will be lefi as al present, bul the
Guichon hotel will be entirely remodelled, al a cos: of aboul $20,000. Tin
Burr block and the Guichon hotel belong ju Thompson Bros., stationers,
��i Vancouver, they having purchased
Un   property about   six months ago.
Mr. Crean has a lease on the Guichon
foi the next three years, an 1 Intends
io renew it after thai date If possible.
After all alterations are completed,
Mi. Crean promised that his place
will be second only to the Hotel Vancouver. The alterations will nol be
madle until alter the Russel hotel
has  commenced business.
P. 0. Bilodeau, of the Win is ��
hotel, is also remodelling his premises, and is having new furnishings
��� ! iii every room en" th" hotel
The new furniture is the best al pre-
���int In use in any hotel in New Westminster, anil is costing Mr. Bilodeau
a considerable sum. The upper
rooms are now almost completely
furnished with the new furniture,
while the dining room is having new
chairs and tables Installed." Ex en-
sire Improvements will be made in the
offlci . sitting room and bar. nnd the
preseni quarters will be enlarged by
tl e removing of a wi 11 at the rear
oi th" bar. The Windsor enjoys the
largest trade of any hotel In ihis city,
every room being occupied day after
i iy.
Seattle, March 15.���Five thousand
worklngmen In the building trades
unions, Including .-killed and unskilled men, will be laid oft and the biggest labor war ill the history of the
city will begin next Monday, unless
ihere is a speedy agreement concern
lng wages between the Master Build-
i is' association and the laboring nun.
Notice to this effect was served on
the officers of the Building Trades
council today by a committee of the
Master Builders' association.
Yesieiilav afternoon, union carpenters on u building on Madison street,
we re called off the Job by th* walking
delegate because Jenkins & Jones,
the contracting firm, refused to employ  union   laborers   In   the  building
laboring line. The union deman led
the $1! scale and the contractors
would not pay more than $2.50. The'
union men <|iiit work anil non-union
day laborers were substituted.
This  was I lie  signal   tor  Ihe strike
I of the union carpenters.
If there is no early agreement between the contractors and the unions,
more than 5,000 men will be laid off
WOrk lu Seattle wilhin the nexl ihirly
days. Every branch of organized la-
bor in the building line will be affect-
led, The contractors have declared
thai they will never surrender to the
unions. The flghl may he bitter and
unless a Bpeedy and unexpected
peace' is declared, Beattle will face
I the greatest  labor war in her history.
HEARST ACCEPTS        CAMBRIDGE CREW
LEAGUE LEADERSHIP   MAY MEET ITS EQUAL
ADVOCATES PARTY PRINCIPLES. OXFORD ROWERS NOT SO HEAVY,
AND INVITES PUBLIC TO BE ; BUT NEATER AND MORE AC-
VIGILANT. TIVE��� PROPHESY VICTORY.
Albany, N. Y.. March 1."..���William London, March la-The annual boat
Randolph Hearst read himself out of ''ace from Morllake to Putney be-
ihe  Democratic  party here.      Al   the  ���ween lhe crews of Oxford and Cam
bridge universities will take place tomorrow, and Interest in the great
aquatic event is as keen as ever. Por
weeks  the   papers   have   devoted   col
li mm    March    15. ��� 'I he    Rev.
Spu ge in, ; astor of ''��� ! M<
ilitan   Tabernacle,   has    leader .
- mm. i,    artlj  owing to poor
which  Increases the difficult}
harge.   The deaconi
I nation and suggest thai
long vacation.     Tb" n
es ibmitted to a vote of lite
��� he church nexl month.
I:"   >:��� ������   Mr, Spurgeon's pai I ira
teen i      ,,��� | by a I ei tain amount
wing to the preference ol
;' ��� ��� i ��� the mernb) rshlp for the
��� ���'' i'i'  son, as pa�� or.     These
ere   iverruled   when they
* 'l' Rev, Mr. Pierson io bucci ��� I
il!'' R/ Ch ilu ll. Spurgwfi, fathei
'" ""��� pit senl pi stor, wlio died In
1902
Japantse Girls in School.
S;|n Viancisco, Man.,'i 15.���Th* rein*'
!:'1,ai"s'' girls who uppdiod for adaus-
!l��ti Into the Redding primary school
*ore admitted alter an examination
"" '" 'heir knowledge ol the English
""oguage,
Botch   Defeat3   Rooney,
./"'���l March 16.���Frank &otch
''''!    John     Rooney,    Chicago's
r'al?8tlln iwltaeman, two straighl
' '" 'heir match   lasl    night   at
itch-c
'-CtttCh .:,,,   p] vie.
Chicago, M ':    Several m
efore he John Alexandi    Dcwl
-   mon    it
was  deel :   i  n it   to  permit  it   I
:, Rfl al  the funeral, ' iy ev*  , le si  H
io , i       ng   ��� ens! ms   i'i
/ami  City,
The  religious settlemenl    la
i,.in asun lei  by religi ms factions   In
:.,- , fforl  to bring ibe' wai ring I i ���
.. u   together, Judge Barn* - pn a he
, simpi" bi rmon In whi* b he' exte  led
good qualities of the de id man
I   ,     , ralon   prepared by Howie' was
given oul  for  publication.    This Bei
,,,,,���   mBkeB  ll   plainly  evident  that
Dowie flltl  not  forgive    his enemies
bel    he died,  as be terms those
who owli i ^i"1 '1S "d��88 '" bel1"
������| BbalJ return, ai.xl With ruthless
band shall exterminate the vipers and
the dogs ed hell thai oow hold the
high places Is the Cltj ol Zion. Thej
dreamed and In the grossness of their
,:���;l,���s they thought they had prevailed over the first apostle, And
n0Wi p,i, ���: and OhJers of Zion 1 shall
return In another form, bright
more beautiful and len thousand
times more terrible, to mi; ye oft In
the midst of your sins and to win back
Zion r0r i'm. truth and for theffi thai
held to the W...MI and did not evil.
BROKEN   MESHES.
Dunsmuir    Disturb!-,    Fishing    Operations and  Does  Damage.
\ suit  for damages is about
e o mi' rs ol the tug
i, m ���      ���  " lierman,
��� iln of the
nsmu         ' ' ::'
i e1*      rdaj
morning, ci      i      my aboul  ten  fathoms of It. and  rendering H
,.;,:iv   useless.     The  damage  Is  estl
$200, and  Mi   In le ���
lo  bring  a Bull   to  r*     ������
damage s : u  this amount.    The captain  of   the   Dunsmuir  Informed   the
Ishermen tl       ��� was Bteering for the
ir buoy, and did nol see the net.
PITTSBURG   FLOOD   SUBSIDES.
Hundred  Thousand   Persons    Thrown
Cut of  E m ploy in er.t.
Pittsburg, March 15���The crest of
M i' flood passed this city al 6 a.m.
��� 'clock the rivers began to show
signs of falling. No Immediate dan-
ge i is apparent al this hour. The
rivers are rushing out at a terrific
��� ate, im' nl ibis poini fears are ��� ��� n-
sl lerably allaye I.
Uter  passing   the    highest    Btage
over  known,   thirty-seven   feet,    Hm
low:     i      ' !     Enorn ms d i-
;i    has been   cause I.     M n e    han
i   i,000 persons ha i tern] or n lly
thrown   oul  of    em] ' tyment,    Eve   y
ortntlon ce mpanj  In the ell    la
ci Ippled and skiffs 11  Ing     in
1    |s to the Ir  il   ���. ���   ������       Ini      1 he
utilization of  wa     i    and   hoi ���
conv* j'ances, whi* h did  \ iluable e i
'. Ice   yei tei day,    were    discontinue I
owing io the strong  protests  '     the
mane society.
recent meeting of all the Indi pend-
ence League leaders of New York he
again accepted Its leadership. In.he
course of his speech he said: unis  to tli" daily    work    of the two
'I am happy that our league has eights; the betting Is at its height
continued to increase In strength. By and after all is said there appears to
flrsl allying itself with the Republi- he little difference between the iwu
cun parly   and then with the Demo- boats.
cratic party it has been able always j The two crews commenced to prac-
; to advance the principles of the tice the first week in January and en-
league, and I feel sure thai ii has tered strict training a month later.
reached a poinl where It can now ad- The lasl two weeks are' by far the
vance those principles lndepend- most important, and during this per-
ently." iod only is il possible to form definite
Hearst's term as Democratic repre- j opinions upon the respective merits
sontative from the Eleventh New York ()r- the rival crews. Both wisely le-
District in Congress expired March 4, elded to lose no time and to pro eed
and he is now free fro ll ties to at once to Putney ln order to obtain
that party. He especially Invited his ai much practice as possible, on the
followers and the' public to be vigi- varying waters of the Thames course
lam in anticipation of n*'xi year's where the race will lake place. Cam-
campaign, hiielge', in  the opinion  of most  com-
  potent     critics,   is  a   more     powerful
combination  than  Oxford,   but    they
are  not  so neat  or sei lively,   it  is
Will not'generally agreed    that    the    Oxfr-rl
DIVORCE   INDUSTRY    THRIVES.
Recent Revenue Killing Law
Go  Into  Effect.
crew of this  year  is superior ii the
, one of last year.
The   pas:   history  of   the   race e-
tween  the- rival universities  is   :��� ,    ���
In many respects,   Tin' famous crews
have  foughl  It oul  sixty-three times,
the  first  race having been  rowe 1 In
1829.   Since 1858 the event has been
pulled off regularly each  year with-
period ol  residence from  six  months,     ,      ,      ,     	
oul a break,   oi the mial number ol'
Sioux Falls. S. D., March 15.���Contrary to expectations, the divorce Industry Of Sioux Falls and So-Uth Da-
Kola has not received its Immediate
tli athblow as the result of the State
Legislature enacting a law raising the
tn one year. Those Interested in the
industry have decided u ion a sensational coup, which will pervenl the
new law going Into effeel   for nearly
races Oxford has won thirty-four,
vhih' Cambridge has secured twenty-
eight, with a sensational dead heal
in   1877.
Beginning with the race of 1890
Oxford won for nine successive years.
This was a repetition of a pasl per
brm. nee, for ll also had nine buc< is-
sive victories to Its credit beginning
With   the   year  1861.
Stevens is Threatened.
ii.  h. Stevens,  secretary   of    the'
.Mural   Reform   Association,   of   Van-
i my! m whei has been one of the active figures In the abortive attempl to
, xtermlnate vice In thai city, has
been threatened with tar and feather
decorations If he' persists in bis campaign.
Curzon   Chancellor   of   Oxford.
London,   arch 13   Lord   Curzon, ���
ex-vice        of   India,   wa
., |  chancell ir of Oxford   Dnh
,,   |aj  bj  1,111 vote's again
;       |.,i   for  I ord  Ros* b* rry,
Spring   Stock   Show.
Active pre palatums are being made
for the Spring Stallle -e and Fai Sl  ck
show which is te. i ���   held in this cltj
in Wednesday, Thursday and Friday
i ��� nexl week, and from preseni indl-
��� ntlons, the show will be a mosl buc-
i essful one, \ lai ge number of well
known ranchers have, announced
their Intention of exhibiting their cat
��� 1" and horses, while I he sheep class
will also be well represented, An
auction sale will be beld on the last
day of the show, when fifty pure' bred
animals will I e sold, Including f mr
-'���illions and Ihirly bulls, All animals
irehased ul the Bale will be delivered
ihe' transportation companies at
-p.'Hal  rail's.    As an  Inducement   to
ml -bh rs to aif nd the show, the pro-
n oters have arranged wdth the C. P,
i:  rn issue a one [are rate tor all per-
residing   w. si  Of   Rev* I   " k".
two yi ars, an 1  possibly longer,
The referendum amend nenl to tho
state constitution, which was adopted
in 1899, and whli h Is a relic of th ���
Populist admlnlsl ration, is the weai in
which will be use I to prevenl the dl-
.    -1  la ���. going In  m fte I ai the time
���.���. ,
��� ���. ecte '   b.   i'mm ���   who   pushed   the
measure through the Legislature. Had Rockefeller Loses Suit.
ihi    law   contained    an    emergency Si.   Louis,  March  r>.���The  sui:   of
clause, the referendum could not have Frank Rockefeller,  brother  of   John
been Invoked. D  Rockefeller, to recover $1155,  ln
li  was aim Mine" i   today   that   the vested ln a zinc mine in Missouri, was
referendum   amendment   will   be   in dismissed In the circuit court on a ae-
voked.   This will prevenl the law go-jraurrer by the defendant, tlenrj Oo  i,
Ing Into effect until after it has been after  all   of   Rockefeller's  testlmons
submitted io the voters of the state had been presented.    Judge Reynolds
and receives a majority of the vo   ; upheld the demurrer on  tbe ground
cast,     It   cannot  be submitted  until thai no fraud by the defendant, as al
the nexl  general election, to be he'd Vge'd, had been  shown.    Rockefeller
In N'ovember, tons, ami In the meantime the present law requiring only
six months' resilience will be in effect,
ii is also officially announced that
the referendum .will be invoked ln Hum
case of the new law prohibiting Sunday amusements In South Dakota.:
such as theatrical performances and]
baseball games.
declared be had been Induced to buy
the min" through misrepresentation.
Still  Excommunicated.
Uekinc,   March   15���The    congregation  of  the Inquisition   has   renewed
the order of excommunication against
Archbishop    Villnlla,    heal     of    tho
French apostolic church.
Suffragists Sacrifice Hair.
London. March 16.��� As an indication of the length to which the women
suffragists are willing to go In order
to gain admission to the House of
('ominous, where I hey may make a
demonstration, Mrs, .Martins, sr��cre-
lary of ihe women's political union,
decuares they are willing to have their
hair cut. When asked if the S iffra-
gists would also adopt male attire,
the secretary refused ttf answer the
question.
I..' THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY, M*\p
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Maple Leaf Rubbers
are the most satisfactory brar.J for
both dealer and wearer in this province.
They possess all the good qualities
of material, style, fit, finish and durability characteristic of the best Rubbers, and are more serviceable under
Western  climatic conditions.
Ask your dealer for
Maple Leaf
^>vRubbe
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j. Leckie Co., Ltd.
SELLING AGENTS
Vancouver, B. C.
r��?0
Sold only in New Westminster by W. I SINCLAIR
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
SEALUD TENDERS addressed to
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, and marked on Ihe tnvelope "Tender for Timber Berth Xo. 512," will be received
al this Department until twelve
o'clock noon on Wednesday, the 1st
day of May, 1907, for a license to cut
limber on Berth No. 512, situate in
tin Province of British Columbia, on
the South Fork of Silver River, in
about Township 4, Range 26, West of
the Gth Meridian, and described as
follows: Commencing at a post plant-
ed on lhe North Westerly side of the
said South Fork of Silver River,
where tbe South Westerly boundary
<i[ limber Berth No. 4.N9, crosses ihe
same; thence up said South Fork one
u,iie in direct distance with a depth
of (10 chains on the South Easterly
*ide and 40 chains on the North West-
�� rly side I hereof measured at right
angles to the general bearing of said
South Fork within Ihe berth, containing an area of 800 acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within one year from the date of the no-
lice awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will he issued, also printed
forms of lender and envelope, may
le obtained at this Department or at
the office of the Crown Timber Agent
ai New Westminster, B, C.
Bach lender must he accompanied
hy aii accepted cheque on a chartered hank in favor of Ibe Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
amount of ihe> bonus which the ap-
1 lit ant is prepared to pay for a license.
The' highest or any tender not necessarily  accept eel.
No lender hy telegraph will he entertained,
PEltr.KV G  KEYKS.
Secretary.
Department of the Interior,
Ottawa. February 27, 1907.
Land Registry Act.
Re Subdivision S 1 !) of Lot 8,
suburban Block 7, N< x Westminster
City. Whereas proof of tbe loss of
Certificate of Title Number 5l;!2a,
issued in the name of Grace P. Puille,
lias been filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
tho date of the first publication hereof, issue a duplicate of the said Certificate, unless in the meantime valid
objection be made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
Land   Registry Office,  New Westminster, B. C, March Yi. 1907.
Special General Meeting
R. A. & I. Society
A special general meeting of the
Royal Agricultural anil Industrial So-
ciety will ho held in the City Hall,
Wednesday, March 20, 1907, at S p.m.
Business: Selecting the dales for this
year's Exhibition; reception of reports from the different revising com-
niilte'Os for this year's Prize List, and
any other business that lhe members
may wish to bring forward.
By order,
W.   H. KEARY,
Manager  and Secretary.
New   Westminster,  B, ('.,
March   (lib,   1907.
I
CHURCH
1 SERVICES |!
| Ministers and others interested in
church   services   will   please   forward ,
their copy to ibis office not later than
S p.in. on Friday to Insure insertion.]
Holy Trinity cathedral���Rev. A.
Shildrick, rector. Holy Communion,
8 a.m.; Malins, Sermon. Holy Communion, 11 a.m.: Sunday school 2:30;
Catechism last Sunday In the month
in the church. Evensong and
sermon by the rector, 7 p.m.; daily
service at 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. except
on Friday, when Evensong is said at
7:30. Holy Communion every Thurs
���lay and saint's day at S a.m.. Choli
practice on Friday attar Evensong.
St. Barnabas���Rev. C, W. Houghton
rector. Morning Prayer, Holy Communion, 11 a.m.; Evening prayer, 7 p.
in.; Bible class, 2 p.m. Sunday school
:; ]i.ni.; Baptisms after Sunday school;
choir practice, Friday, s p.m.; Confirmation classes during Li'iit, Wed-
ncsday afternoon, 3:45 and evening at
s o'clock.
Si. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church���Rev. A. de 11. Owen, rector
Divine worship Sunday, 11 a.m. anil
7 p.m..; Sunday Bchool, 2:30 p.m. Al'
are welcome.
Olivet Baptist church���Rev. M. L
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Preaching on
Sunday at 11 a.m., and at 7 p.m.; Sun-
elay school and bible classes at 12:15.
al the close of the morning service.
Y'oung Peoples' social and literary
meeting on Monday evening at S p.m.,
at the home of James Anderson. Second streel. Midweek prayer meeting
on Wednesday evening at S p.m.
Boys' League meets on Friday evening a I 7:30. Subject of Sunday
morning sermon: "Conditions of
Blessings." Evening: "Kicking againsi
the Pricks." This sermon is the third
iu series of special sermons from
quaint texts entitled "Honey from
Queer Hives."
Queen's Avenue Methodist���Rev. W.
H. Barraclough, B.A., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible Class at 2:30. P. m.
In the evening the pastor will commence the two weeks' evangelistic
campaign with the subject:" The
wages of Sin and the Gift of God."
Torrey and Alexander's hymns will
be used at all the services.
West End Methodist���Rev. Mr. Magee, pastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7
p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
Sapperton Melhoelist. ��� Rev. L.
Thomas, pastor. Sunday seervices, 11
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30
p.m.; Epworth League, Monday, 8 p.m.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. J.
S. Henderson, pastor. Sunday services 11a.m. and 7 p.m.:Sunday school
and Bible Classes 2:30 p.m. Sunday
morning subject: "Failure without
Jesus. Evening: "The young man in
Religion." This being lhe sixth of a
series on "Young Men."
West Presbyterian���Rev. T. Ward
law Taylor, M.A., Ph.D., minister.
Services lla:m. and 7:30 p.m.; Sunday school and Bible class, 2:30 p.m.
Knox church, Sapperton���Rev. D.
McKenzie,  B.A.,  pastor.    Services, 11
a ni.  and  7  p.m.;   Sunday  school  and I Raym0NI)   :i,   .. ,)!lisv
Bible   class,   2:30   p.m.;    meeting  ot | pAURELL as "j;eke,"
Y. P. S  C  E.  immediately after the I
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Flutes    Cellos
Concertinas     Etc.      Etc.
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RECORDS
For Graphophones and  Phonographs.   Over
4,000 varieties, from music hall to grand opera.
SEWING     MACHINES
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MONDAY, 18th March
FRED RAYMOND'S FAMOUS COMEDY
The Missouri Girl;
1,000 Long Laughs.   Positively
the Greatest Fun Event of the season. :
All Special Scenery!
First-class Specialties!
A great cast, including  Miss SADIE
Frank   F.
rGood Potatoes
$1.25 per sack
AT
ADAMS & DEANS
= THE CITY GROCERY =
NEW WESTMINSTER
CITY ASSESSMENT
COURT OF REVISION
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
imily Trade a Specialty.
113.
Office, Eighth 8treet,
NOTICE 16 HEREBY GIVEN that the
j Assessmenl Roll for the year 1907
has been returned to me, and remains
In my office, where it may he Inspected by any person having an Interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
i;t Revision.
The' flrsl sitting of the Court of
Revision em the said Assessment roll
will be held at the City Hall, in the
laid City i'ii
MONDAY, April 8, next,
I ;ii In o'clock in the forenoon. Any
I person Intending to appeal against |
tho assessmenl must do so in writing
to he' died wiih ihi' City Clerk ai
leasl seven Hays before the first sitting of  the  Court,
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
City Hall, March (!, 11)07.
���'NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Office 'Phone 185.      Harn 'f&one 137
Columbia St.
Daggage delivered    promptly to tny
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE ANU EINUlNE
WORK.
SHIP SMITHING. BKlDObi and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron worn, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEOBIE BTKUUUT.
New Westminster. v. o. 474.
evening service.
Gospel   Hull,   corner   Sixth   avenue |
ami  Ninth street���Breaking of bread
every  Sunday  at 11    a.m.;     Sunday
school and Bible class, 'j p.m.; gospel e
address, 7 p.m.; prayer meeting, Wed-
nesday,.8 p.m.
Si. Peter's cathedral (Roman Catho-
lie)��� Benediction, 7 p. m.; Sunday .Mass at 8 and 10:30 a.m.; Catechism al 2:35 p.m.; Friday devotions
7::l(l p.m, His Lordship Bishop Dont-
enwlll preacheja in the morning, Rev
Father O'Boyle will preach at the
evening service. Subject: "The-
Church ami ihe State."
Norwegian   Lutheran���Rev.   B,   A.
Sand, pastor.     Sunday morning service at ii a.m.. ai New Westminster,
Sunday school after the service.
Gospel Hall, Tenth street. Services
M a.m. ami 7 p.m.; Sunday .school al
L'::iu  p.m.
Salvation Army���Sunday, March 17.
will he a special elay al the Army
hail on Bogble street. II a.m., spe'e-
la! Holiness meeting; 3 p.m.. A Great
Wave of spiritual Enthusiasm; 7:80
pm., an Encounter with the Devil,
subject: "The four legged Doctor."
(21 "A Voice from Hell tei Heaven,'
and back again."    Alll the Welcome,
If you have never seen  "The  Miss-'
ouri Girl," ask your friends who have. !
Prices���75c, 50c, and 25c.
Seals now on sale at Ryall's Drus
Store.
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
NOW IN
PURE GOODS ARE
CoWan'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions, Etc.
Cowan's CaKe Icings
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
EVERY GROCE'
THE COWAN CC
KEEPS THEM
Ltd.. TORONTO
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Will  Continue Strike.
Victoria, March  14.���About  fifty -il
iiic  marine workers who have been
on Btrlke for the least three months,
assembled in Labor hall last ovenThg,
j and after a thorough discussion of the
justice  of    their  demands,   which  in-
I elude an eight-hour day, unanimously
I decided to continue Iheir struggle,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1 sl7.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada anil Newfoundland, and   In   Lon
New  York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico C
oral Hanking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available will, correspondents  Iii all  pari
World.
Savings Bank  Department.     Deposits received in sums of {In
and Interest allowed at I! per cenl. per annum (preseni
four times a year.
���* .*
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
MOW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
SAWMILL SITES,    TIMBER LIMITS,
AWMILL and LOGGING MACHINERY
AND SUPPLIES.
E. W. JOHNSON
Room 4. Guichon Block
Ci. D,  IIRY.M
S'ER     '   ���'   ''���
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Wastmlnstflr, B.C
NOTICE
The public Is hen
I Captain Watt, mn
Chelmsford, will no!
foi any debts thai ni
bj  the crew of tho -
(Sgd.) CAPTAIN WAI
I thai
i ship
,:i-i!'lo
ted ���
DAY, MARCH 16, 1907.
iuE DAILY NEwS
JNorthern Pacificj
Three
-Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
.���NORTH COAST LIMITED'/
Trains & Stea
c p.r. ma;
mers
Electric-lighted tram.
Quit-
Time.
Low Rates.
Excellent Service
lyjpw York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European |>""lts-
Soeceal   Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Hates   to   Southern   Calie'oe-nla.
p���r full informtion call on or write
1     c E. LANG, General Agent,
Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
.Ore
Leave X. \V. 16.40; arr \. W. 11.35.
C.P.R. MISSION' BRANCH
Leave X. W. B.S0;        Bi ittle 15.50.
Leave Seattle 12.30; ar. N. W. 18.40.
C.P.R   WESTMINSTER JUNCTION".
Leave X. W. 8.30, 10.3! 17.35.
Arrive X. W. 9.35, 11.35, 16.4 . 13.40.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. '.< 20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. X. \V. -i -j p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
renders for a L.cerse to Cut T r-zt'
en Dominion Lands n !>-��� Province
cf British Columbia.
S< ���
-   Interior, and l
\     ' will ....
Is CH m until \2 ���
on Wi     - . \
for a license   to
���130 !
Portlanii
Ry.
Grand Trunk_
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
V��� W.  &  Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver b.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv.  N.  W.  9:35 a.m.;  ar. Guichon
.'.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. X. W.
3:45 p m. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.  New  Westniins'.er  5.50,  6.50,  1 	
and ti a. m., and evcry half hour tbere-
���ifter till 11 p. m.
Lv.  Vancouver  for Westminster at
same hours.
FRIDAY'SMARKET REPORT
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rh<        ��   -   m ��� ;    ledlm
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-- -    eing   the  same  as las:   ��iM;
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fcerth Xo. 511. comprising the Nor-       !      "       ���pply on hand, lh<   g,
��� rhicl �� boles   -  -
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3 was also In
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demand Onlj
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eet  was excep-
-     I  ���' Ith a sti    g s   iply on i
seen     i find
a    '     ::
f?HAT IS NEEDED
ta mm.--- good stock is good PEED,    We keep the best and tho
best only.    Make your chickens  laj   bj   giving  them good IWd.
Strengthen your live stock   '. J    building  up   '.one   and   tiiuscle.
and use CARXAC
LADIES h.ne >ou tried the Pastor]  Flour nude bj  'Ite Eburne
Milling Company.   II not Telephom      ' and try it: the results
lined   are  excellent.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Heaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. S a.m.
From Chwk.  Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Kaniona���
From X. W. Tu., Th., Sat. S a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Frl., 7 a.-i.
DOWN RIVER,
transfer���
From N.YV. daily, ex. Sun   m   j ;
AeM. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
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New Westminster, B. C,
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McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET. Telephone 333.
NEW   WESTMINSTER:
h will be   en-
���
:.������--
PERLEY  G.  KEYS,
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Frl. 6 a.m.)   I>. ; artmei
And ail the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC andthe MARI-   Seattle, via Sumai
Sapperton and Mill
side, N'o. 1	
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
W. VAjX.
TIME PROVINCES
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
Mail Service
Close.    Received.
45 a.m.   0.40 p.m.
Ol Fi     .. ���.    23rd, 19
'.45 a m. 11.3; - m
.4.", a.m.    'J.1'" a ::.
GEO.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yeir
BETWEEN
Vancouver,   No. 1
'I N.R Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle.. S. 45 a.m.    3.30 p.m.
Van. (< Cen. Park.10.30a.m.   2.00 p.m.
Victoria    10 30a.m.   9.00a.m.
blast Burnaby     1.13 pm.    1.13 p.m.
Ladner, Steveston,
etc   1.30 p.m. 11.00a.m.
C.P.R east, Sapperton, Millside and
Coquitlam      3.10 p.m. 11.35 a.m.
Van.  and  Burnaby 3.30 p.m.   COO p.m
(INR. Flyer     4.00 p.m   11.00 p.m.
Ttmberland, Tues
and Friday .   ...12.00m.    12.00m.
Minneapolis, St. Paul    Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
and Chicago
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE.
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining   Princess Beatrice
car. reclining chair cars  (seats free),   Amur  	
modem   day   coaches   and  buffet,  li-   princess Beatrice
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancou
ver. 1 p.m. daily
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notice).
S.S. Leaves Van.
Amur Feb. Tth
 Feb. 14ht
 Feb.  21st
 Feb. 2v.li
btarv and  smokin-g cars.
I   r Time  Tables,  Folders, or any
farther information call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
'The Milwaukee"
"The Pion��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give iheir patrons an excellence of
nervice not obtainable elsewhere.
Leaves Victoria daily at 1 a.m.
VIC i ORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE,
PRINCESS BEATRICE
Leaves Victoria daily except Monday
tt 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
SS   C'TV  OF NANAIMO.
Leaves N'ew M'estiniuster at 7 a. m.
ou Sundaj s.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves Victoria at 11  p.m. on 1st,
PENITENTIARY      ^^^^^^^
Si    ed tenders    Id  I     Ins] i   I
ers ol es, (Ittawa,"  an i
mdorsi l "Te S       es," wai
be reci nt    M i   .     18th March,
ini lusive, from    parties     esl
ati li ting for suplies, Iot the fiscal
year 1907-19 ��� : i the : illowing Institutions, nam ely:
Kingston Penitentiary,
St. Vln ���: ��� de Paul Penitentiary.
Dorchester Penitentiary.
Manitoba  Penitentiary.
B Itlsh Columbia Penitentiary.
\" ��� rl Peniti nth rj. E 1 won ton, Al-
Lerta.
Si   arate tenders will    be received
. each    :    the following ��� lasses
supplies:
1. Coal. /
2. Coal oil. 5
3. Cordwood. '���'
4. Drugs. -'    t
5. Dry goods.
6. Forage. '   '  ,
7. Fresh fish. 1
S. Fresh meal
:'. Groceries.
10. Hardware.
11. Leather.
12. Milk. T i
13. Oils nnd Paints.
14. Pork and Bacon.
15. Sole  Leather.
16. Tinware.
li etails of Information as 1) Ion i
contract, I igether with forms of tender, will te  furnishe I on appllcat
Me the  War lens.
All    ippli     .: ���     m . ������ to the ap
provt'l of ���' ������ Warden.
DOUGLAS   STEWART.,
GEO. W. DAWSON,
!:���-��� ectors of Penitenl ai ��� -
Departmenl of Ju   ice.
Ottawa, ;'-   ruai     it   1907
ly  gone oir me  time
���
si -w i wee   -
V good quan
sale,
i ��� tl ���   ���: uti was i \
celli rgei    ni intlty  could
- .      evei    .'���   .   It If wen
Tile'   lo-
floi -���-   wi ri   on   ban I   as    us is
with choice  '1, ra   offerings
Quotations.
Beef, hind quarters, 9c to 9Hc lh.
Beef rters, 6c   ���   6%c Ib.
Veal, lie to 11 Vi    lh.
Pork.  lOVJc  tt).
Mutton. 13c to i li   "
Potate es, $20 ton.
Eggs, 25c dozen.
Eggs   wholesi le. J !c ���'��� sen.
Butter. 30c to 35c tb.
F v I, $S to $10  !     ���
Chickens, S7 to $9   lo��en.
Ducks. $11 to $12 dosen.
v . . -   J' 10 -    $1 50 ' ox.
Onions. $1.60 sack.
Second Hand Junk Store
Highest Prices Paid for  STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of ell descriptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Between  Columbia  and
Fraser River Hotel
Apply by mail,
or by
'Phone No. 214
Oj Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
M. S. ROWE. General Agent. d  , ,.h e(lcn month  tor Clayo-
guot;   leave - Victoria   on    -0,h    fnr
Quatslno and way points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New  Westmlnsl r on  Mon j
day,  Tuesday,  Wednesday,  Thursday
_.'    ;-,:,,  at 2   p.m. and Saturday
       Jt I I I with addiliem.il irip B Bj
I i CONRAD, CARCROSS. ATLIN,  day al 6 a. m.
WHITE    HORSE    DAWSON   and     Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesaaj,
FAIRBANKS     Diiily trains (excepi  Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
Bundi   i   carrying   jwssengers,   mail,  7 a. ,,,.; Friday at fi a. m. additional
*xpr.essa    and   freight   connect    with
Mages al Carcross am'. White Horse,
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Through   ve stibuli I   trains   to
;   -   dally.
' Flrsl das     lee        and 11 ars.
Train- le ive   la .,   at 15
Infoi ma   m i        rtven,
.  .1. Cl A     E
A.   (I.   P.    \
Vancouve;
JD. GOULEi'.
Agenl C P. ���'���
Westminster.
���nail laming a throagii winter service
Im   information  apply  to
I.   H.   ROGERS,  TraerTic   Managei.
Vancnuver.   R    I
ATLANTIC STEftMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
FINEST   AND   FASTEST=
3gSJE3
'8.000 | EMPEES8 OF BRITAIN 114,600
H, Po*Cr ( EMPREM OK IRELAND I     IONS
,N;" Is the time to semi tor your
l,il|hl in the Old Country while the
Kites are low, Tourist Sleepers run
"J Sl. John to connect with Empress cau or
111X1 sailing, March 22nd, For other
l!''''   and rate, apply to
I a- I ^^^_^__
trip Saturday r> p, m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. 6. Beaver ^^^^_
Leaves  New  Westminster, s a. m. I
Mondays,  Wednesdays and Fridays.    I
Leaves Chllllwaeb V a, m. Tuesday ' "lf
Thursday   and   Saturdays,
landings   between   New
.ind Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE
8. S. Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at   8   p.m.
and  10th  of each  month, oalllng at
Skldegate nn first trip and B��Ila Coola
on second trip, Time
departure are approximate,
For   reservations
address
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Tt. Sheppard Ry. Co
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Coquitlam Council.
On .March 9th, the Coqultlam coun
cl!   met   In  thi   municipal hall     Thi
full   coun ill    present   except    Coun
Brennan,
''���"��� ���    qui stlon ��� ���   renting   the  hall
was   felly  discussi I   aad   it   was   .
I e i led to charge all parties using
' hall, ai I thi   clerk uas Instructed to
draw u;e a new scale ol :��vs and su',
mit  them to the council.
VY\ It. Austen having reported thai
; on ilu- Brunette bri Ige
: N'i : ih   road, was In  n< e I  of repairs,
i    was ri solved to me�� I  t In - Burnabj
, council at ihe : i  Ige   ,m   m 30 a.m. on
��� March 20th.
A proposition wi ������ i red om
Messrs. Hia* s �� -\ iste n I i paj hall
'In cost of a road to their places on
ihe' prairie' II i :.- ructed al once, and
the matter was referred to the board
'i   of woi ks with ; ower to act.
\ communication from the Domln
lon resident engineer re wharf ���*��
Pitt river, was received, an l a publli
meeting will be held In the hall on
March Is al 7:30 p.m. to discuss the
matter and decide on the mosl sm;
al le  place foi  a wharf.
The s ho ���! account - for February,
an rating to $257.50, wen' ordered
paid.
a communication  from   Chiiliwack
���.   silting up i :' Fraser river, was re
ceive 1  an 1  the  council   ��111   give all
.   si stance  thej   can towards obtaining data, etc,
Tl"  colector ri ported   the   mm  ol
..' ig GO   eceive I since la sl   rep irt,
i he   following   were   nrdere I   paid:
Peart,  road    work,  $2.60;    .1.
salary. $22.00; tage     turn  i
i    dutle   , ha     ��� ui plli      i' ���
I ilngle  &   Oa    a   h,   iirln   i
Columbl mi ��� ��� -i
Road Tax b; law waa rec   i
ered, finally passed and ordered sign
, !. Beale I. and rugli teri I
Plans for  ihe'  biiI dhIslon   of    (hi
i   i   half of I.ni  3C9, group I, v   .
niltted to tbe Council an i a] pi i
I of.
Mi-. Corbetl was requested to hav<
his. contracl for hauling grave I oi
Pipe  Line' road completed  bj   Maucl
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuractvrert and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurried Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
i
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Slock for Fencing and Draining.
^amsm^sB smam am
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
Smith
$-,.75;
The
"Ihe Best is the Cheapest"
Tallinn  at
\\'vstmiiisler
2nd
only  all   rail  mute   between   all
points east, west and south to Roll-
i.  NVU'ui and intermediate points
ai Spokane with the Great  |( n ,,, DOar<3 of works with power
Agent,
on   trrlval and
ininte.
a,���l   mfcTmfttloD
p-.n. GOULET,
;>w Westminster.
E. .1. COYLE,
and O. R.
with
ED, GOULET.
C.P.R. Agent.
A.at. Gen. Pass. Ag^Vancouver.
General Sunerto'tendent, Victoria.
am     	
:onnecting    ^^^^^^^^^
Northern, Northern PacMc a
<��� N. Co.
Conne-e-K at Rossland with the Can-
iilian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects   at     Meyers     F;
-Mine e'-iily for Republic,
Unffct service on trains between
Spokane and  Nelson
Effective
11)01.
Leave
(j.jo a ni.
i2.?5 p.m.
. ". i ni. .
The   ri'iialrsio certain   bridge
:o   North   I'in   Meadows  mad  wei
act,
The clerk was instructed to bill
Mu' Dyking Board with $26 00, which
was speni by council repairing thi
mad mi the Back ditch,
The   council   then  adjourned.
Sunday,    November    io,
Pay Train
.. Spokane
. .Rossland
...Nelson  ..
Arrive
��� 7'iS Pm-
,.4.10 p.m.
. 6.4$ p.m.
II. A. JACKSON.
One More Bomb.
Madrid. March I ��� \ panic wis
1 aiisi 1 iii the neighborhood of the
home of Baron Kerratolr, president of
Ihe Catholic league, 1 I Valencia, We 1
nesday nighl hy the explosion of a
' omb in lhe doorway of the baron's
1 residence,   N'n one was Injured,
1
ra
The old rule works both ways if you gel your dental work
done bj the "Ccston Dcntisto." Our operators are all graduate special! ts of many years' experience, We employ no otherB, Their
work, accomplished with the aid of the "Boston Dentists'" patent
ed painless methods, is the licsi l<nown to the profession. Our
nniil ami porcelain crown an 1 brl Ige work cannol be squalled anywhere ni any price.    Lei us    Ive   ou an estimate,
We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
run sei of i'
Gold Crowns
Bridge Work,
���lh $5 and up
 $5.00
per tooth $5.co
dui i Fillings,.
Silver Fillings.
Extracting,. ..
.$1 and up
  50c
 50c
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
.DR. A. R. BAKER,  Consulting Dentist.
Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.
>>E��>XeXCCCe��>>>>Xe>>:>:^ m.
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THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY.
MARCH 15
THE DAILY NEWS
Published hy the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, N'ew Westminster, B. C.
Managing Director.
.J. C. Browr
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display    advertising,
lu
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines io
the inch. Five cents per line for
subsequent Insertions,
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, speciai positions, apply lo advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for less than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office    A22
Night  Office    B22
What a mistake to use coarse
Salt for cooking! Fine, pungent
WINDSOR SALT adds such
a daintiness to the focd I
133
SARIN STAKES
I       GIRL IN GAMBLE
lilting its little finger to meet the desires  of the  people of Victoria  or of
any other section of the island in the
matter of rail connection.    The Times;
should not let a little thing like that i
worry  It, especially as  through  such
bunco games as this the province has |
had   the   inestimable    boon conferred
upon it of four more years of McBride j
government.   Does not the end justi
fy the means?
SWEETHEART STABS PLUNGING
LnVE.^I WHO WAGERED HER
AGAINST   PALTRY .100   FRANCS.
ORCHARDS ARE   INFECTED
SATURDAY, MARCH   16,   1907.
Fruit    Trees
Must    Be
Destroyed.
TEACHERS'  SALARIES.
Ii is to be extremely regretted that
Trustees Curtis, Thornber and Trapp
have'  nol  granted   the  request  of the
teaching staff for a general  increase   tion
in  salary,    And it is more  to be re-
gietied  because of the reason assigned;   the  teachers  now  are  admittedly
working   under     difficulties,   because   llu' n'"u treea
of the over-crowding of  iheir  rooms.   Infected  with fungi
Drastic methods for
Ihe city orchards of
sects will be adopted in less than a
fortnight's time, unless the citizens
decide to profit by the warning given
in tbem by W. J, Brandrlth, secretary
of the B, C. Fruit Growers' associa-
who has been Inspecting fruit
iroes in New Westminster for the
pasi week. Almost without exception,
ive been found to be
ind  Ihis slate of
Paris, March 15.���Gustave Sarin, an
art designer, who had gambled away
every penny he had, decided to stake
his Bweethearl on the lasl throw of
the dice, his opponent wagering $20
against her.
The   designer    lost,    and   he   wenl
wretchedly   toward  his     sweetheart's
home, wondering how best to Inform
j her of her compulsory change of lov-
Sprayed   or  ers. When he arrived, his sweetheart,
| a  very   pretty    girl,    named    Louise
! Mortgage,  noticed his  woebegone ap-
the ridding of   pearance,   and    inquired    what   was
pesls   and   in-   wrong.
Sarin blurted out the truth, and
Louise, aroused to fury, seized a
knife and plunged il into liis breast.
The young man is now lying seriously wounded, in the Lariboslere hospital, llis sweethearl is in prison, ami
Ilii' gambler's slake wili never be
paid.
LION BRAN
Boys' Knee Pants
16
Dates Ahead.
���Rifle   Association  meet-
We're busy
unpacking and
marking a large
consignment of
Lion Brand,
Boys' Knee
Pants--Tweeds,
Homespun's ond
Serges, at 60c
to $1.35.
which   must   test   their  nervous   sys-   affairs,   if  allowed   to   continue,   will
terns to ihe,breaking strain, and when   lead  to the deterioration of the Brit-
worn oul Willi the work they so faith-   isli  Columbia  fruit.    With  a   view  to
fully dee, to have to meet the increas- j checking this, orders have keen given
ed  strain of  paying  more  for living  to owners  of Infected   fruil   trees  to
than  Ihey did   when  ihe  duties were j have their orchards sprayed With elis-
less aiilimus. is nol helpful. Less than j infectants, and io bave the work done
one-thirteenth of a mill on the dollar  Immediately,    After   a   lapse   of   ten
assessment  would   meet  the  increase   days,  if   the  warning   has   not   been
aske,l and. It is a poor policy lo grind   heeded, the trees are liable to be des-
Ihe woruite when  little   fortunes  are   tioyed.     'I'he  besl   methoel   of  disin-
being  matte  by speculators    in  real, fecting is explained by Mr.  Brandlth
estate and  every other calling is  be-, la  the  following letter:
ing paid higher rates than  prevailed  To (lie Editor of the Daily .News:
a year ago.   The dearth of good teach-j     Sir,���Will   you   kindly     allow     mei
ers is another reason why we should ', space in your valuable paper to draw j
not  follow the suicidal policy of par-   the attention of those of your readers'
simony;  weSthave a good faithful staff i who are owners of fruit trees, to the
of teaeherjK&nd it should be our aim   danger of  using concentrated  lye.   If
lo  keep  the'm.    It  yel   remains  to be  used of sufficient strength to kill the!
seen how the teachers will treat this   oyster scale, with  which most of the
r'-Jft,
Concert,   St.   P
March
ing.
March IS���Irish       	
lick's Hall.
March IS���The Missouri Girl.
March  18���B. Y.P.U. entertainment.
March 19���Sons  of  Scotland  entertainment.
March in���Basketball,   Portland   vs.
New Westminster.
March 2u���License    Commissioners
meeting.
March 20���R, A. & I. meeting, city
hall.
March 21���B.  C.   Stock     Breeders'
meeting.
March 21���School Board meeting.
March 22���Royal  City Lodge  I.O.O.
F. banquet.
Also Buster Shaw
Play Suits, size 2 to 8 years, at 65c ancl 75c
refusal  of'their   very  fair   request.
BUSTER SHAW
PLAY SUIT
^.OUR MINES.
Tin' Ceibaiji boom Is having a marked effect upon the relative mining interests of Canada. In 1906, Ontario,
through llm development of Cobalt
nnd iis viciniiy, shenved an Increase
o," one hundred and sixty per cent ln
the output of the silver ores.
According Jo the Montreal Wtiness:
"Tin' OntaHo production of metallic
ores in 1!)W totalled nearly thirteen
and a half million dollars, while the
pioduclion p�� metallic ores in British
Columbia wa's a Utll<' "ver twenty million   dollars..   As   there;   was   only   a
Hotel   Guests,
(trees in this city are infected, it will Guichon���H.   Tatlow,   H.   It.   King.
j have  a   very  injurious  effect   on   the Vancouver;  G. A. Keefer, Victoria;  S.
buds and the tender bark of last year's Wright,   Vancouver;     Arthui     While'.   IMJMJa*as*a\a\MEMVkiam*Bs**ttWssWssWsWmM
growth.    The  lime, sulphur  and  salt   Victoria. j _���   ���.���
solution is the most effective remedy Windsor���Mr.  and  Mrs. J.  McClen-J    CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISEMENTS
for scale as well as being one of the Band, Lethbridge;  Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
best fungicides.
W.  J. BRAN'DRITH.
I N'ew Westminster, March 15, 1507.
H. L DeBECK
The Clothier
SINGULAR CUSTOMS.
C'omt
Rulffnrlim    Oremonien    Tbitt
From   Pmtan   Kite*.
The people of Varna, on the coast of
the Black sea, iu Bulgaria, have a singular custom which they observe at
the feast of the Epiphany, which takes
place   ou   Jan.   <l.    The   clergy,   both
,  ,,,  Greeks  ami  Bulgarians,  accompanied
non-metallic ores pro- , . ��      . ' '
^^^__^^^^^^^| , i by an immense crowd, gei to tue sea-
dnced  '.n   British  Columbia, the total
McConkey, Halls Prairie; J. A. Herring, city. Mrs. Nobles, Port Mooxiy;
.,,'. Watt, Ship Chelmsford; L. W.
otindey, Coquitlam; W. O. Robertson,
Tynehead; J. Haldi, II. Titmus, Langley.
Colonial���W. Manson, South Westminster; Charles G. Sexsmith, Alluvia; J. P. Brooklyn, Blaine; .T. W.
Bamford, Chiiliwack; B. I). Graham,
Vancouver.
LOST���On Front, street, a coat, with
papers, letters, etc., of value to owner only, in pocket. Fineler please
return papers to Daily News Office
'lit
mailer of bjgyepn liv .,���,] six million
���dollars worfj?    	
 ja	
shore, carrying with tbem a wooden
cross. The cross Is thrown by the
clergy Into the sea, und thereupon the
strongest swimmers jump in after it.
Thc besl swimmer gets It, of course,
and brings it in triumph to shore.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ The Varna people have a still more
The Wintess even sugegsts thai the   Blng���inr s,,it water custom on the same
figures for British Columbia are some-   day.  Alter dark at night all the newly
ADVERTISE IN THF. DAIL.T NEWS.
FIREMAN .WANTED���Good wages.
Steaely job; eight-hour shift. Apph
io manager at Gas Work* d'tf
WANTED���A good smart, boy as apprentice lo the Drug Business. Must
have good education: Apply in person at once.    D. S. Curtis & Co.
SOMETHING  GOOD   IN
FRUIT   and
GARDEN
LANDS
was about wenty-slx million  dollars, i
while the conibineil output of metallic
and  non-melallic ores in Ontario was
twenty-two and a quarter million dollars."
WANTED���Smart  office  boy.
12  Lorne street.
Apply
dtf
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
cf British  Columbia.
what lU'iiiious. "The latter province,
sm lie' sioi-jsvV'"'*. bases the value of
production on the markel prices in
New York or.London, and not on the
s;,ol value' of the product. This would,
or course', make considerable dlffer-
enc '. and would easily give Ontario
the lead in level values, notwithstanding the gr��ul coal tied is and rich cupper mine's   of   British   Columbia."
W'e' are not In a position to make a
comparison} of the base's of valuation.
easl and west, but it would be hard
iei believe thai on any valuation the
milling imliisiry of British Columbia
WOUld    have   lo   lake'     second      place.
That, however, is whal the preseni
activity In Ontario threatens, Last
yi ar the output In thai province Increased 26 per cent., as againsi IT
per cent, in  British Columbia.
Sealed T< nders addressed to the
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, Department of the Interior, and marked
on the envelope "Tender for Timber
Berth No. 611," will be received al
this Department until 12 o'clock noon
in Vednesday, tho 211b day of April,
1907, tor a license to cul timber on
Berth No, 611, comprising tiie North
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      hull'  of  the  Sonih   Wesl   eiiiarter  and
���,   '    . '    ,  , I ihe South   half of   the   North West
riieio, Amateurs u study.
One of tho most Interesting places in| quarter of    Section  6, Township  is,
New York to study human nature is at
a  counter  In  a   photographer's   simp
married men in the t iwn are conducted, with bauds of music and singing,
to the' shore and made t.> take three
successive plunges into the icy water.
They are then conducted home, where
their brides, ai'ej^,;ianii>il by their rela- j
lives and friends, bave been awaiting
tbem lu state'. After this there is feasting and merry making. These singular
customs are believed to have a Pagan
origin.
Japanese Boy ��� Attending school
wants work with good familj in return for board and lodging. Apply
C. S., P. O. box 645, City.. 6d-60
TIMBER LANDS���We (level exclusively in timber. Have large and small
tracts on water. If you wisli to
buy or sell, see me. E, It. Chandler,
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B.C.
where the customers como to get iima-1
teur photographs they have bad dovel '
oped and printed. The anxiety tlu-.v
display to gi't Ibe' products of their
"shots" woulel seem to be out of all
proportion to the results, when you
catch a glimpse of them, ami their elis-
East of the Coast Meridian, containing an area of 160 acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within one year after the acceptance of
tender.
The regulations under which a lice nse will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
li has been the habit to ridicule the
"little wars" of the South ami Central
American republics, bul they can evi-
diuiiu give pointers to the greal powers in up-to-date COndUCl 0
palgns.   Presldenl  Bonllla
appointment If lhe prints are not readyI obtained al this Departmenl or al the
is  almost   us   keen,   apparently,   as   If  office Of tbe Crown  Timber  Agenl  al
some   Important   business   transaction \ew Westmdnster   I!   ('
bail fallen through.  Ami when they dc
gel   the-  prints  their  fucos  nro  even
more  Inti'ivsiing.   The satisfaction  of .e^^^^^^���n^^^^^^^
these amateur photographers oveT u sot   l,i"ili  in favour of the  Deputy of th
LOST���On Si.xl'a or Columbia Btreet,
a lady's gun-metal watch, valued,
not as a time-keeper, bul for the
sake of old associations, Finder
liberally rewarded. Return to this
office. def
V/ANTED TO RENT���A five or six
roomed house by family of four
Address "House," P. O. box 88, city,
GIRL WANTED���for general housework and care of children, Apply
to Mrs. .1. Ross Sharpe, Sixth avenue and Tenth Btreet, - def-43
1G0  across at Halls Prairie, close  to   pOBtoffl'C*   and   slalnin:    100
'cleared;  7-roon henise, with bath; barn 90x100, 3 Jowl houses   pig pen
(slaughter house.   Price $14,ooo, $5,000 cash, balance easy terms.
160 acres in Chiiliwack  elislriei. all  cleared   ami   fenced, OD main
Price $12,000, liiilf cash, balance 1 and  2 years.
77 acres.  1'^ mile's from Westminster Junctions fronting on riv
cleared.    Price $70 per acre, one> third  cash, balance easy terms
su acres, 2  miles from  Westminster Junction, all cleared     "
per   acre,   one   third   cash,   balance easv terms.
.",|o acre's on i'iii  Lake1, inn acres open bay land, balance' ea��C
Price  $20  per acre,  $1,iliiu  down,  balance on  easy  terms.
S acres on Vancouver road, close to car line; G-room house ' i
house; 25 fruit tree's; small, fruits; ho! house; workshop and ge ���
Price $4,200, $1,000 elown,  balance'  1,  2 and 3 years at ti per cent.
II   acre's  on   eoriii:   Hastings  nnd   Royal  Dak   roads,
1 Vi acres on car line ait city limits;   5-room  house;
house; 1 good cow anil stable; household furniture; 20 fi
Price $3,150.
Call   and  see  our  bst of houses ind lots in the. city..
:   .
$I5Q per acre.
|: i b
HALE & LANE,  Real Estate Ajaa'j
248 Columbia St., New Westminster, E. C.
and at CALGARY, Alberta.
r. ti b tender musl  be accompanied
an accepted cheque on a chartered
their cam-l of fairly good pictures is absolutely j Minister of the Interior, for tbe am-
of Hondu-1 iiliotle', and their dismay nl  a  lol of ��� unit  of    the bonus which the appli-
ras. we are' ledd in late dispatches, is
conducting operations "at the front"
againsi San Salvador with the aid of
an automoWle,     Although bis troops
are' two days' march from the base.
In  is abb' by this means to cover the
failures is tragic. The frankness of
these exhibitions is nol the least Interesting phase of the' whole tiling.���New
York Press.
ilstance in i
ilnndiirHi
few hours.      Score one
The Times says the people of Victoria  we're  buntoeil   by   the   Colonist
Into veiling for Hn' candidates of the.
McBride   government, in   the   belief;
thai   the   government,   if   sustained
handsomely by the Island, would do
something to promote rail connection i
with tin' mainland,     But, now thai i
the election is over, the' Times aehls.
ii is apparent thai ihe' government
has nol the slightest intention of even
ifent is prepared lo pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.    The highest or any lender
not  necessarily accepted,
PKRLKY  (!.  KEYS,
Secretary.
Departmenl of tbe Interior,
Ottawa, February 23rd, 1907,
TENDERS
R. A. & I. Society.
SEALED TENDERS tor the recon-
strayed- -3-year-old jersey cow,
rope attached to horns. The Snder
will he rewarded by giving Information to Daily N'ews. en- returning
same   to 403   Queen's   avenue.
Dpring Suitings P
Just Arrived one of the  largest and tnoyt
complete stocks in British Columbia
riving  ii   DUtreMM  MkiiiiI.
When a ship doos not carry a eau
uou or mortar with which she can lire
distress signals, a metal socket on tlie
bridge e>r poop rail is used for thai
purpose. Into the socket a detonating
rocket Is placed, anil Inside this Is I
tiring tube. A lanyaril Is hooked on
to the tube, and a man, by giving the
lanyard a sharp jerk, explodes the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
rocket, lt contains n high explosive struction of the cattle sheds at
and on leaving the rail gives a loud! Queen's Park, will he received by the'
report ami another on reaching Its undersigned up to I p.m.. Tuesday,
highest altitude. Both reports are ns! j[al,cn imp. next,
loud as the report of a twelve pouiulet | tit   h   KK\RY
cannon.   The socket is slipped lu thai .. ' , 'a���  ''
rail at an angle' to prevent the rocket Mana8er  alU    ^^7'
touching the rigging. New Westminster, March 111, 1907.      |
JOB PRINTING���Wi' work tor the
best people of Xew Westminster.
Your order  will    be    appreciated.
ARROW   PRESS,   Room      I,     Daily
News  Block, MRS.  DOMINY, Prop.
SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER, $5.00 UP
^^^1 OVERCOATS TO ORDER. $'.;.C0 UP
Applications Wanted   Sat;sf;
Applications are Invited up to FRIDAY, ir.lh inst., to fill the position
made vacant by the resignation eif
Dr. DeWolf Smith as Medical Officer
of Health for this City,
action guaranteed or money refunded.     Suits kept  In  repair
free of cnartfe for ore year.     Open evenings.
THE
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Hall, Xew Westminster,
March !', 1907, fid
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR
M. LANGTRY
257 FRONT STREET
Cor. McKerzic  and  F
.rQnt
/ RDAY. M^CH 16, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS   ~^
THE
CASH STORE
| It! Daily Details
IBS
tamaa
Finely Tailored
Garments
The Seventeenth of Ireland is due
here tomoi. iw.
For Those
Who want
THE BEST...
There are man. points of originality  lend   'loud   style-  about   the  Sllils.
Coats and Skin.- sold al Smith's this
spring,   which  have    nol     here   il
been advertised.
This season, with our new Millinery
store, we are able tee devote I i ...
ments the entire ready-to-wear section of the Btore (which formerlj
contained milliner} and work rooms),
and every woman who ls Interested In
good stylish i lothlng, at mo lerate
; lies, will ibe w il in see whal we
have.
Particular^ interesting are ibe
Pani y Eole r > and Eton Suits, which
i une in: Im] Drted worste Is, tweeds,
Vicunas, Broa Icloth, Coverts and all
popular materials. They have the
in w ple ate I skirl i an l panel skirts
ami trimmings of Morie Silk, Taffeta,
Velvel A i| lique an I Braid on collai;
and cuffs, $18.50, $22.50, $25.00, $32.50
to $35.C0.
N iw Coats, N'ew Misses Skirts, New
Blouses, N'ew Oversize Skins, New
Chlldre: ' i v.   -.. . iresses,
SEE    THE   ADVANCE    MODELS   IN
MILLINERY.
A   view   of   the'   Iki's   lhat   are   eles-
,.,. I to belong io leaders of fashion
in ,he coming Beason,
.-;,���,' ia,. new Mushroom Models,
' . i Turbans, Flops, Leghorns, The
... ;llsh   Sailors.
N'ew Westminster never before was
th home ei such artistic headwear.
I; ne '. er '-Mir,' saw such all elab ���; a ���
��� Us day.
Lasi year we thought we had a
alflcenl display, bul this year
-   lipses i verj   pre\ i"-i- one.
Miss McKenna will lee delighted to
:.,.; through an! explain the
new  wrinkle's of  fashion.
[mported Black Hats, of Chiffon
Braid   silk-,  etc.,  $3.00.  $3.75. $5.00.
$,'.75 mi $17.50.
Xew English Sailors. 35c, 50c, 75c
$1.00. $1.75 up !���' $d.00.
company.Schenectady,N. Y. .Mr. Hart,
of 'hi' Canadian General Electric company, anl Mr. .Milieu-, of tb.' Westing-
house company, arrived in Vancouver
yesterday tor the' purpose of making
! ii complete Inspection of the proposed
tramline to Chiiliwack for the British
For cut flowers, bridal bouquets and
funeral designs, 'phone Tidy, the Florist, A1S1.
the children of Surrej Centre in the
town ball on Tuesday evening, a large
number of people attending. Miss m
Suller, wliu ha.l trained the children
I'm- the event, was highlj complimented on ihe success of i'm' evening.
���Mrs. .1. n. Dlamon 1 will sin- that
typical Irish song "The Kerry Dance,"
at the Irishman's concert.
A  broken  cowcatchi r   delayed the
Incoming   Seattle   train   on   Friday,
mm- aboul half an hour at ibe local de-
mi        rhe  damage   was temporarily
1 ���; ;'i    i. an I  the    train finished  iis
I i i Vane ouver wlthoui further
W.   Insley   will   shortly   commence
the   largesl   Ashing
��� i mi the Fraser River.
it will be e pilpped wiili gaso-
lin   ' '   Ine, and will be almost d m de
lhe size ol  the bonis  at  preseni   in
during the   fishing season
Hn ynii  I"- Ighl   music?   Come
nml join in ihe singing al  the se-rvi-
c - being held in Qi n's avenue Me-
thodlsl church each evening at S
o'clock.
The annual meeting of sharehold-
i ers of ihe Dally N'ews Publishing
Company was held yesterday evening
a: the registered offices nf the com-
[ pany, Fronl street. The auditor's re
peri was received ami adopted, while
officers for the coming year were
elected.
Columbia Electric Railway company.
Upon their reporl Uie local office will
preseni iis views to ihe London board.
While   Working  on   From  street   on
Wednesday afternoon, a business man
"i this city had occasion to remove
blB coat, in tin. pocket of which were
a number of letters, orders, ami other!
': 'Ms Of use to hiuisi'lf mily.     While '
away from his coat, it disappeared,
and ilu' supposition is that someone
Picked II up ami walked away. If the
Iii,der will return ihe missing papers!
mi the \e��s office, the proprietor of
tin' coal agrees to relinquish all title |
'n thai article nf clothing.    -
Vre you a stranger?   Are you home-
and Men lless?   Vou will he welcome ai the service's held each evening in the Queen's avenue Methodisi
'���liurch.
F.  It.   Glover,   in    company    with i
Mi'ssrs. Hart, Miller and Jenks, three
prominenl  eastern engineers,    is   at
preseni making an inspection tour of
the proposed route of the Chiiliwack '
nam  line.     These'    four   gentlemen
will make an exhaustive report  to the
head office,  and   ii   is expected   thai
active   construction   work   win   commence shortly   after  the   reporl   has
heen handed in.    The tour of inspec-1
tlon  will  be' completed this evening,   j
The death  of John  Henry Graham,
ah   Inmate  Of the   provincial   asylum.
took place yesterday morning, the deceased  succumbing  to   an   attack   of
pneumoula.    He was about fifty years'
of age,  and  had  only been  a patient
for about four mouths, being brought
here from Salmon Arm. where he had
The Ladies' Auxiliary of the Royal I been working as a telegraph operator.
Columbian hospital will meet on Mon-  He leaves a  brother in Vancouver to
afternoon   in  the  board  of trade  mourn liis loss.    The funeral arrange-
Messrs.  Davis,  Gurney    and   Bllo-1
i   wi'.l  contribute   melodj   to  ihe
Irish concert on St. Patrick's Day.
TH SMITH
267-271   COLUMBIA  ST.      ,
NEW WESTMINSTER
[Excellent Building Sites
..And  All Corners...
room for the purpose of appointing
representatives to the hospital board,
and transacting other business. A
full attendance is requested.
Miss E. W. Johnson has secured
the contracl I'm' ihe building of a new
pole line- from New Westminster to
Porl Moody, her tender being ac-
ci'pteei by Uu' li. i'- Telephone company. Miss Johnson has purchased
the necessary poles and equipment,
and will commence wank nexl week.
llis Worship Mayor Keary will render "Father O'Flynn," and Mr. Roche
will recite "Shandon liedls" at the entertainment  ��in  March IS.
The fishermen reporl small salmon
i aiehe s. tin' water being ton cold to
handle ibe nets satisfactorily, and ihe
salmon also being scarce as yet. The
fishermen are actively discussing fhe
probable aci imi of the council, as re
uanls putting Boats al different streel
ends.
For cm hyacinths, earn; tions an 1
funeral designs, telephone T. Davies
,\. Son, florists,    Te I . B20S.
The    Schaake   machine works are
,   ;  imsy these da; 3.   as orders are
coming in from all pans.   Two shin-
!e mill outfits  li ive be n  shini ed in
,' lasl couple of d t; s, one to a Van-
tver firm and    the Dthei    I i 1!. S.
;. n [ergon of Duncan.    Vnother shin-
��� . ,,mi: ha    be en    purchased by  Mr.
Hayes, of    Ruskin,  which will   prob-
.,��� iy :     Mi      ��� In the near future.
Scotchmen are Invited to h iar Mr.
Cameron, of Harry's orchestra, plaj
Irish melodies, and see Messrs, Matthews and Henderson dance a jig
nexl Munday. Reserved seats, 50c,
now on sale al  Ryall's drug sl ire,
ments are being looked  after by  \V.
E. Fales.
The   High   School   football   team   is
going to play the champion juniors of
Vancouver    (Shamrocks)    at    Moody I
Square this afternoon.    The  -ame isi
for  the  championship  of  the   Mainland, the   winner to play  Victoria on '
Gooel Friday  for the championship of
British  Columbia     The  team will  be
as  follows-.   Goal.     (I     Corbett;     full
backs,  .1.   Davidson,   II.   Munn;   half |
backs,   J.   Gifford,   Barclay.   II.  Tidy;
forwards. A. Sharpe, C. Oxenbury, K.
McKenzie.   A.   Whittaker,   E.  Currle;
referee,   Professor   Davidson  of  Vancouver;   spare  man. J.   Disney.
It is reported on good authority,
that lhe police forse will petition for
an increase of salary in I lie' near future. The men slate thai they have
longer hours and less pay than any
oilier employees of the city. They
are at preseni drawing $Ho per month, '
out of which they have to buy their
own boots, which, considering the
amouni of walking they do, is no
small item. The boot question semeB
in be a sore point, as in all other police forces, hunts are' provided with
the uniform. The Winnipeg force to-
lay gets two pairs of boots and two
suits during the year, and au average'
-alary if S75 per month. The men
a;   Hie)   are nol  trj Ing a    hold   up
 , nor are they kicking aboul the
hours, bul the Increased salary is a
case of necessity, as. on account of
the high cost of living, and all other
in cessary expenses, il is practically
impossible to save anything al the
preseni   wage'.
I   1
���jrt.v>_."a;j-��<;
..There's Just One Chance in a Thousand...
Of course it's very improbable, but still there's just the chance,
that when you contemplate house furnishing you might not know
just where to gei for the BKST FURNITURE at the BEST BARGAIN
PRICES. Take no chances, but enquire of any prominent citizen of
N'ew Westminster e>r surreiundinjr country anil the unanimous verdict
e>f Merchants, Traders. Farmers and Mechanics (all of whose happy
homes bear evidence of our Magic Touch) will be, go to JOHN A.
LEE for Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Lace Curtains, Coverings
for Furniture, or any article reeiuireel for complete house furnishing.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BLOCK,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.  C.
���: .-��� ���:: ay:way:;e��:;ey;:e>ov:+c+o*oey:&xaK*cv*cwwv:^ ���
j ...RATTAN... \
j TRA VELING j
!   BAGS   I
���
FOR DURABILITY AND
LIGHTNESS these Goods
are unsurpassed. For a
lunch basket these beat the
fiber goods in price and weight.
Beat the Canvas Telescopes also,
and  distance  the  Suit Cases.
Telescopes, 50c and 75c each.
Telescope Suit Cases, $1, $1.25,
and $1.50.
Club Bags, 15c,25c,35c,40c,50c
Suit Cases, leather bound on
corners, $3 the case.
Abetter quality, leather bound
$4.50 and $5.
PHILLIPS
The WARDROBE CLOTHIER
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������������������
<a T
* Established 1867 Incorpe rated 1906 #
1 Gilley Bros. Ltd!
Third Street, 1 corner lot, $400
Seventh St., '2 c '.'ner lots, 775
Sixth Ave., 2    "      " 725
Tenth St.,    2     "       " 725
4th St. (cleared) 3    "      " 800
6th St.,        2     "      " 800
���I-;,,. |ate   . ' .1 "i mil    ��   ither has
n ig, |   m m    i ,   the    I irmers    an i
'i rs  who  have  I n   n -i ling In
��� ,, Mm in.: ihe' winter lo think serl-
, . ���     ,f | ettlng back to their proper
Thi   m     Ing the S.S. Transfer
, | ,,ver 20 head of livestock bei .ng
.   . ,   Messrs   N'oble  an I   Klrkland,
uliei   an
river,
'Klllarnoj.
Dyking Meeting.
\ private meeting of farmers an I
others Inti i ited In the dyking ot
lan,is in nnd aroun 1 Pltl Mead iws,
Maple Ridge an i Coqultlam, was hi Id
In |.'. ,i. Man's ifflce yesterday afternoon, when inspector of Dykes Wil-
nun. c. !���:.. was present, and offered
several valuable suggestions to the
meeting. Ways and means of Improving the preseni conditions were dls-
omlnenl ranchers down Pllsge(] ai length, and a strong committee was appointed to look fully Into the matter. Recommendations
with regard to the maintenance of the
���
���
X WELLINGTON     LUMP    COAL
J WELLINGTON   WASHED  NUT
��� AND PEA COAL.
��� COMOX COAL AND COKE.
��� CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
J VANCOUVER PORTLAND CE
J      MENT.
J       This celebrated   Cement  is
��� used by nearly all large contract-
+ ors in the Province.
ROSEBANK   LIME.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
���
���
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the t'hiyliurn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
""" F��m Land Specials,." ��"�� Wftmilto'
Misa  Wear'   will  sing
. .   \m--  Lewis  will  ren ler "Tli r-
.,'  ,,   .;. .  sm   Patrick's Day  con-
erl
..,,    .;.... ,j ,mts to the rifle assertion   ol   Sew   Westminster  having
he   higgesl   membership In   1907   ol
.,,,,.  ��� i t.    Although  'ii"  i;s,
.    Qniy been  before the public  for
���   '      ���  Bl mhers   have
,       e.    lied.     The   llsl   wl'l  close
at   elghl    .'clock   i'i-   even ng,   artei
'   I        held ln the
' oar.1
dykes during a possible flood year
were adopted, and committees representing the Coqultlam and Maple Ridge
municipalities were appointed to car-
,-., 0U| the plans propose i by the Inspector.
Telephones: Office lli,   Manager's Residence 22
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1
���     |, 'tho.fi
ineers,
��� id  li il
Opera House Bookings.
Mar. 11���A Trip to Happyiand,
Mar. 15���A Trip i" Happyiand,
Mar. 18���The Missouri Ctrl,
Mar. 22   Cresl m  Clark.
M ir, ::'.'    Florence Gal ���,
v rll :    Kin - of Trai    -.
���    ii 15   Ward's  Minstrels,
Moved to New Premises
302 McKenzie St.
A.   HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting
b
P. O. Box 243
r\
Telephone 302 1
THE DAILY NEWS'
SATURDAY
^tiM
MARCH 16,
Ladies $15 Watch
CHAMBERUN'S   SPECIAL
P. S. Bartlett, 6 Size Movement,  Fitted
in 14 kt. Gold Filled Cases, for $15.00
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTON WATCHES
POINTED  PARAGRAPHS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
30 days after date, we intend to apply j
to the Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands anil Works for a Bpe-1
cial license to carry away tlm .er from
the following described lands in the
Coast District:
No. 1. Commencing at a stake plant
The only way some people know ls
their way.
Hospitality   is  often  nothing  more
than loneliness.
A secret ls never safe after some one
knows you have It.
If you are naturally rude It's pretty
hard to disguise the fact.
Are you so conceited that you be-1 ec] on gnore ot- Tsi Bas Lagoon, near
Ileve people never talk behind your   ^   ^.   Co],   T   H   g^g, thence north
back? ! 50 chains, east 128  chains, south 50
The trouble is some pushers are as g c]lains t0     ,nt 0,
liable to push on the wrong side as on
the right commencement.
Watch' your side Issues.   Don't give      No. 2. Commencing at a stake plant-
them   so  much  attention  as  to  ruin   cei about 300 feet from east shore of
your mnln Issue, which mnkes you a j Actron  Sound, near S. W. cor.  T.  L.
living. 6939, thence south SO chains, east 80
Don't be mad If you are interrupted   cnams to line of T. L. 0941, north SO
when you are talking.   It may have
PROFESSIO
Na,l
WHITESIDE ft ,,nv���
ters ami     ,- '^'ON'us
ters ami sol c tors ce   ' ����ri
i Columbia  street,  xZ'S^Ws
-N'ew  \\-
fill
K'lQJond"
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD  REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lauds within the Railway Belt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over IS years of   age, to
W. J. Whiteside,' iP," ^,es>mi
i .	
j Canadian  Bank ,!r ,��� ,^',Urt'Offid
, ing,  Columbia  s,,������, 01a,��erce \ *
office, New Westmlwtwpo-81 ''
M
mey i
MARTIN, WEArt e  ��
barriste78rsoHclforf^
the extent of   one-quarter   section of   flees:    New Westminster' nC"
ICO acres, more or less.
and  Lorne
corner  Clarkson
Vancouver, rooms Tl' td''-'t"e.,5tl'6��|
Entry must be made personally at   ville street.   Joseph Marti    '
preveuted you from saying something
foolish.���AtcJilson Globe.
I
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATER-
PROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
JUST TO HAND.     EVERY^PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at'giving away prices.
See our Window and Door.I
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
Where He Failed.
"He Is n very influential man."
"Ob, I don't know."
"Show me anything In this town
that he can't do."
"I'd like to see him make the baby
stop crying."
Common to Both.
"Is reticence in regard to age a weakness of tbe female sex alone'.'"
"I should say not. 1 often see an old
rooster In our boarding house poslug
is a spring chicken.''
Nature's Training School.
"He came right off the farm and was
jblo to throw professional wrestlers."
"Never had any training?"
"Just teaching calves to drink."
Naturally.
"That aristocratic bauk presldenl
tliat we used to did not know Is serv
lng a term lu the penitentiary."
"Ah, still exclusive, is he?"
Mean Man.
"What's your Idea of revenge on j
your enemy?"
"Giving him the address of a pool j
dentist."
chains to shore of Huaskin Lake, west
80 chains, more or less, to place of
commencement.
Xo. 3. Commencing at the S. E. corner T. L. 7512, about one mile from
head of Forward Harbor, N. B��� thence
north SO chains, east 10 chains, south
160 chains, west 10 chains, north 80
chains to place of commencement
No. -I. Commencing at the S. W.
corner of T, L. 7904, about one mile
north ni' tiie head of Frederick Arm,
thence west SO chains, south 40 chains,
east 80 chains and south 40 chains
with line of T. L. 7139, thence east
-ii) chains to shore at S. W. corner lot
i'7l, thence north SO chains, west 40
chains, more or less, to point of commencement.
DATED this 20th day of February,
1907.
The Mclaughlin lumber co. Ltd.
By C. R. McLaughlin, Pres. and M. D.
UIND REGISTRY ACT.
>
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Edgar L. Webber as the owner in Fee Simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from the Reeve and
Clerk of Surrey, to Edgar L. Webber,
bearing the date 5th day of January,
A.D. 1901, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the
District of Xew Westminster, in the
Province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as
1 '" 24, 44r,
'in, K.
arris,
Westminster offlces"e^. h6,!1
ternoon. er> *rWay
W. Weait, W."6r"M?o!��\M
Mr. Martin wi* be'��'
the local land office for the district in   fJ^^^^McQuar^ H
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
At least six months
(l)
111,011 and
iwing plans:   �������_.,���   ������,���
UOWAY,  REID  &   BOWES  R,
s' residence   **    ters,   solicitors,   etc    i'> i
cultivation of    the land in   slreel.
Westminster.
241.
etc.,  42  Ln-1
opposite   Ce in   House
A. Whealler, p.o, J
GEORGE E. MARTIN, Barrister
Solicitor, Guichon block, Co
bia aud McKei.ziee
i
���New WJ
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if tho
father Is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity
o.' the land entered for, the requirements as to residence may be satislied minster, B. C.
b;> such person residing with the
father or mother.
(3) if the settler bas his permanent residence upon farming land own-
eel by him In the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence may be satisfieil by residence
upon the said land.
Six months' notice in writing shoi.1,1   B��f *Dp?fJ^^T* " Wes��
��� . ,-, ster Board of Trmie' meets n ti
be given to the   Commissioner of Do-       g^^ Room_ c���y ,,.,,  ^ ^^JL
Second Wednesday ol each tuontl
Quarttvly meeting on ihe secoj
Wednesday    of     February,   M;
August and November, nts p.'
Annual meetings   on   the  secoj
Wednesday    of     February,
members   may   be   proposes
elected at any monthly or qu;mer|
meetlig.   A. E. Whl'e, Sec.
W. MYERS GRAY, Bai
ami Notary Public, . ..,.
IS'.il at Xew Westt i , ne
flees removed to ( k.CUaj
son   est reel, oppot   ��� Court H
P.O. Box 169.   Teh .. 64
Bill
llli
Thi
ROYAL BANK </CANADA
CAPITAL AND  RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL ASSETS  45,400,000
Eighty-five  branches, with Correspondents throughout
the world. 	
SAVINGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.   Interest added four
times'a year.   Start to-day.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH��� "3gJ
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. �� Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.  E.  WALKER, President. ALEX.   LAIRD,   General   Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
Her Love.
"Do you call your husband Honey?"
"No, I call hlm Pickle."
"Good  gracious, doesn't that  make
him mad?"
"No.   He knows I detest honey, nnd
every woman loves pickles."���Houston I Lots 1 and 2 of Block 10, subdivision
Post. j of South East    quarter    Section   10,
  ! Township 1.
Oratory. _ , .      . ,     ,
���v  ��������� ���,���.,  ��� . ��� ,.��� ���__������_ I     You and each  of you are  required
Tour son won a prize for oratory
While he was ln college, I believe, j to contest the claim of the tax l,ur"
What is he doing now?" "He tot a | chaser within thirty days from the
Job ln the union depot announcing the I date of the first publication of this
departure    of    the    trains."���Chicago ; notice, otherwise I shall register Ed-
| gar L. Webber, as owner thereof in
I fee. And I hereby order that pub-
I llcation of this uotice for fifteen days
' in a daily newspaper published at
New Westminster will he good and
j sufficient service thereof.
j DATED at the Land Registry Office,
j New Westminster, Province of Brit-
I ish Columbia, this 17th day Of Janu-
'. ary, A.D.   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
j To Thomas Jeffries, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
j and those claiming through or under
j them, and all persons claiming any interest in the said land by virtue of any
! unregistered instrument, and all per-
j sons claiming any interest in the
| said land by descent whose title
, is not registered under the
\ provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
per acre for soft coal and $20 for anthracite. Not more than 320 acres
can be acquired by one Individual or
company. Royalty at the rate of ten
cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
collected on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. B ��� Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LAND PURCHASE  NOTICE.
Record Hertil*.
Awiul Risk.
*He seems to bear a charmed life,"
"What's the answer?"
"He called his wife down in company
and I noticed he was still alive the
next day."
Thorough Soak.
He soaked his watch and overcoat
To buy him bourd and bread,
And, having nothing else to pawn,
He went and soaked his head.
Recipe For Humorist.
"He is the funniest man I ever met"
"What be says or the way he says
It?"
"Neither.   The way he han his bai;
cut"
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sixty days after date we intend to
apply to the Honorable the Chief
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase the following tract of land situated in Coast
District, for a Mill Site. Commencing at a post planted on shore of bay
S. B, Arm Huaskin Lake, about S.
W. corner T. L. No. 6943; thence
South 10 chains; West 5 chains;
South 10 chains, more or less to N. E.
shore of Turnbull Cove; thence West
with shore line 20 chains; North 10
chains; East 7> chains; North 10
chains, more or less, to shore of
Huaskin Lake; thence East with
shore line 20 chains, more or less, to
point of commencement; containing
40  acres,   more  or  less.
DATED this 19th day of February,
1907.
Tho   MCLAUGHLIN    LUMBER   CO.,
LTD.
By C. R. McLaughlin. Pres., M. D.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9. A. F. 4 A.I
���The regular meeting of
Is held on the First Wednesday j
each month, at 8 o'clock p. m���
the Masonic Temple Sojourniil
brethren are cordially invited to ai
tend. Dr. W. A. DeWoll Smltf
Secretary.
KING 80LOMON LODGE, M0, 17,.
F. & A. M.���Regular communis
tions of this lodge- are tielel on t
second Tuesday in ������iic'i month I
Masonic Temple, .it 8 p. m. Visil
lng brethren  are   tordlally invit*
to attend.   D. W. Gilchrist Sec.
ROYAL  CITY  PRECEPTORY,No.41
R.    B.    K.    of    I ,   meets   fourf
Friday    of    each     mi nth,   at
p.   m.,   ln   Orange  ball, corner
Royal avenue and  7th street.
Journlng Sir Knights  cordially if
vited to attend.    W. E. Dunlop, j
P.; J. Hood, Reg.
i ���
LOYAL  ORANGE  LODGE, NO. 1I5|
���Meets In  Orange hall first i
third Friday ln each n.nuih at i
m.   Visiting brethren are cordiallj
invited to attend.    W. Pope, W.
James Humphrey, Ri    >ec.
A general Banking business transacted.    Accounts  may be  opened  and  conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf ifl and upwards received, ancl interest allowed at current rates.   The
depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal
of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
BULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
The amateur photographer Is no re   shall be forever estopped and debar-
i specter of persons. I red  from  setting up any claim to or
! in respect of the said land so sold for
Laugh and the world1 laughs with you/ t        as        ,d     b     h   ���L    d ^ ,s.
except that half of lt that has dys-  .      .   .���'
pepsla. j try Act'
_ 1	
People   who   think   there   are   no|    TAKE NOTICE that an application
classes ln this country should read the' has heen made to register James Lord
circulars  of  a correspondence school.las the owner in Fee Simple, under a
There are classes there In every blame  Tax  Sale Deed  from  the  Mayor an.l
thing you can thinkof. Treasurer of the City of New West
��,,,,���             ,            , .      , , minster, to  Patrick  T.  Bowler,  bear-
Somebody will come along nud break, .       ,       ,  .        '    ._
the world of the habit of eating pie by i lng dare the lMh (lav of Au^st- A'D'
Inventing one that is healthy. j1902' o�� a,] ani1 singular that certain
j parcel or tract of land and premises
Sometimes it Is Uie fellow who gets   situate,  lying and   being  In  the  City
married who ls really disappointed In o�� New Westminster, in the Province
of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lots 10 and
II, Blue!; "D" St.  Patrick's Square.
You and each of you are required
When a thirsty man can afford noth- i to contest   the  claim of the  tax  pur-
A man ls as young as he feels aud a
woman Is as young as she snys she Is
lng but a plain ilnink the Judge generally furnishes the trimmings.
Daily
Leave
NEW
WESTMINSTER
Daily
Arrive
9:20    a m
I:36   p m
Blaine,   Bellingham,   Burlington,
Mt,  Vernon,  Everett, Seattle,
Portland.
3:00   p in
9:55    p in
4
:;.">   p in
Spokane, St. Paul,
ami all points Easl
3:00   p m
e*Pl*M����
(1
20   a m
Anacortes, Woolley,  Rockport.
8:00   p m
!l
00   p m
55   p m
Vancouver
9:20   a m
4::!5   p m
Leave   New Westminster  for  Guichon    3:50  p. m.      Arrive
Guichon li p, m.. Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
8:46 a.m. arrive from Guichon; 9:l!0 a.m. Lv. for Vancouver.
ROUTE OF THE FAMOUS "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily Overland Trains 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Dtiluth, Chicago, St.
Louis    and    till    points   Fast.
For complete information, rates, berth reservation, etc., call
on or address,
F. C. MEYERS.  Agent,
Hank of Commerce Building,       --      New Westminster, B. C.
S. G. YERKES, A. G. P. A���
Corner Second Avenue   and Columbia   Street,    Seattle, Wash.
L
A man  may be the master of hl��
. touse, but, as a usual thing, he'd rather
aot have his wife's attention called to
lhe matter.
To hear congressmen talk before elee
tlon you would think they were going
lo have nothing but fried octopus foi
breakfast as soon ns they got to Wash'
Ington.
Circumstances must be feminine, be
<-ause man ls the creature of circuuv
Etnuces.
chaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, otherwise I shall register
< James Lord as owner thereof in fee.
And l hereby certify that publication
01 this notice for thirty days in a
dally newspaper published at New
Westminster will he good and sufficient service thereof.
DATED at the Land Registry Office
N'ew Westminster, Province of British Columbia this 1st day of February, A.D.   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Henry Elliott, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any
interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent, whose title la
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be
fcrever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of Ihe said land so sold for taxes as
provided by the "Laud Registry Act."
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Karl Brudvlk
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
'Dux Sale Deed from C. A. Carncross,
Reeve and E. M. Carncross, Clerk of
the District of Surrey, hearing date
the 14th day of December. A.D. 1901,
of all and singular that certain parcel
or tract of land and premises situate,
lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known
an.l described ns Lot 32, subdivision
of Section 25, Block 5 North Range 2
West.
You and each of you arc required
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, i shall register Karl Brudvlk
as owner thereof in fee. Ami 1 direct that publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published at New Westminster will
be good and sufnclent service thlreof.
DATED at the Land Registry Ofllcc.
Xew   Westminster
ish Columbl
ary, A.D. 1907.
C S. KEITH.
District Registrar
To  Thomas  Archibald   Mclnnes   Eso
All '
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. NO. 27-]
The regular meetings ��� I this
are held in Oddfellows' ball, CoM
bla street, every   M n   y evening
at 8 o'clock.    Vlsitii       ��� thren col
dlally invited to atte:.     S. GregorJ
N. G.; C. S. Richmond, V. G-l W.
.   Coatham, R. S.;  J. VY. MacDonali
F. S.; Alex. Adams,  freas.
A. O. U. VV.���FRASER  LODGE No.
���Meetings the first and third Tnesj
day   In    each    month.      Visttml
brethren cordially Invited to at��
Lodge room, A. 0. V. VY. hall, 0.,t|
fellows'  block,  Ch       '   sti , ��
S. Corriean. recorder;   Louis ";
master workman.
FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE
115,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND, B. S-
Red Rose Degree me ��� I   Second a��
Fourth Wednesday of .    h '���;��� "1
in K. of P.  Hall, C      ibla M.,, 1
8 p. m��� White 1!   '"'i
Wednesday   In   each i I
time and pin.-'.    V. m ���   ��� ;f
cordially    Invited. SUdwi
combe, Pres.. H, Dlsm   . Secretsr,
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, \.0H
-Meets the Fourth Friday lo ��������� I
lbevi��|
ivited '";���[
F. P'l
month   at  8
hall,   Oddfellows'
brethren are cordi
tend.   J. II. Rushton, C.
Maxwell, R. S.
it;
duster,   Province  of   Brit'   C0URT ROYAL COLUMBIA. M0.WJ
a, this llth day of Janu-I     A. O. F.���The regular "M"1^,
this Lodge are held on ���           ������
and Fourth Tuesdaj lo'S Hll!i.
at 8 p. m. in the Oddfelto* ij
Visiting Brethren are cord ��^;
vited to attend.   E. C. *w>
V. P. Maxwell, See'. 	
persons   served   with  this   notice,  and   those claiming through  or!  , flP, oF TEM'l
under   them, and   all   persons  claim-i THE ROYAL TBMPLAR"^ednaad��jrf
ing any interest in the said land bv I     jf^JSJ^J   m, E OddWHS
said land by
virtue of any unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming nnv
interest in the said land by descent,
whose title is not registered under
the provisions of the "Land Registry
Act"    '
debarred from setting
j to or In respect of the said land so
sold   for  taxes   as   provided   by   the
"Land Registry Act."
treet     Visit"?
Hall,    Columt.ia    s , (0 at-
Brethren are cordiallj un    ^^i
tend, Geo. Burr, S I
Sec.
shall  he forever estopped  and   SONG OF SCOTLAND BEnc^'^
up any  claim       fOCIATION, LORD OF TH
CAMP, 191.���M
Third  Tuesday
K.   of   P. Hall.
Chief; J. J- Forres
t Pvery month ��
\pNK'"'
John
er, Hec
Sec
i    I yRDAV. ^RCH 16,
1907.
IA B.O.I.
THE DAILY NEWS
DO
BIT
Read our list carefully.
ale by us, and the prices are
late to begin.
II. 333
and make money on the side. You
cannot do wrong in purchasing
Real Estate in New Westminster
now. Prices are low, but rapidly
soaring. SNAPS APPEAR TODAY that are gone to-morrow.
Most of our properties are exclusively for
rock bottom.   Make a start now; it is never
OF      THINKING
FRONT  STREET
A Good Special
���e acres on 10th Ave.,
Ut across from old res-
& city limits. $1200.
Ja)f cash, half in six
lonths.
House 24x24: ,4 rooms;
���amed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16.     One  acre
Llv cleared.   Land No.
'Bal easily cleared.
,y llihl".
net, turn
[[,,��� lacin
110 fei '
', rooms; hath, flush
hot and cold water;
pii avenue   and    3rd
Price $2,400, % cash
kQUR ACRES   MURCHIE   ROAD,
lURNABY.    $150 PER ACRE.
IHouse an i three lots, corner 3rd
;.,l nth St.; 5-room house anl
Ichen. Price $1,500, one-third cash,
j.6and 12 months at 7 per cent.
i'i. a res N irth road, % of a nillo
|oin dty limits on Port Moody; S
cultivation' 7-roomed
I: e; frame barn; chicken house,
|n (0x80 fenced and in Rood ���>.���
���i: i  rii Price $4,500,    hall
Bl,bal, in C months at 7 per cent.
CHEAPEST BUY IN THE CITY
House, corner of 5th Ave.
|wd6th St., Hot, 2 storeys, 8 rooms.   $2,300; half
cash.
��� tall-sized Lots between Seventh
Rime mil Hamilton street, east of
nlth street; all cleared anil fenced;
Barge barn on oneof the lots. $1,500,
h, halance one year at 7 per
P'
IF      an i  one-half   acres   betw een
fcvenl      m   Eighth   avenue;   s .uth
eet,     Price $2,500.
4 lots 23. 38, 39, 40; full size;
lately cleared: Eighth and Seventh
liver.ue and Cumberland street.
I$309 cash.
pin's and
��1 car shop;
I
Twelfth   street, between
Third avenue: west side
lull  size.    Price  $3,500
I "       3, half mile waterfront. G.N.
running   through.      $9,460, terms
Ij=m   Investigate,
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
each   lot.    Puller   particulars  on
My.
������room cottage, 7th Ave.&
Sth St., facing 7th Ave.; 2
'uli sized lots; name of cottage.  Cecil;   bath  room,
pood sheds, peach, apple,
pear ami plum trees. Price
151800, half cash, bal. 6 &
'���mos. at 7 perct.
Westminster district. 40
cultivation, lu acres or
acre   strawberries   planted
ul ler bottom land; running
��� IS x 22; frame barn 30
.       U-posi  frame house and co v
If'' 'thr<
I 'PM hors
Pchoo:
������lea;
'
fi
M, %
���
|W"S; hm
It 32'
in all, stable s cows nn i
fses; near Mission Station;
churches near at hand:
��r lands twice a day; ahoul 10 I
,Wes Ul��her, (ir and cedar, never been
mil $2.00!
timber; , .
house
refused  for   standing
ge house 16  x 24;   hen
"lade of hewed timber laid In
ar' '- x 30.   A chance of a life-
*9,000; $1,000 cash, balance al 0
pet cent,
Itlm.
JUST A SPECIAL-that's all
SPLENDID HOUSE, TOGETHER
WITH 10 ACRES IN LADNER
House 2 full storeys. 4 bedrooms
large hall, 2 clothes closets, plastered and finished in cedar; large lawn,
beautiful Bowers, over 50rose trees;
hedRts, high board and wire f i	
seashell walks; orchard 40 apple, a
pear, 5 prune, 5 plum, large cherry
and other fruit trees; 1-8 acre of
strawberries; soil black mam. with
clay subsoil, well underdrained; last
year produced 738 sacks of potatoes
on 4 acres, 2 not fullv Beedead, 5 tuns
Of hay, etc., etc. $4200.00;
$2000 cash. Fuller particulars on eneiuiry.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$e.oo per acre. I- ilf cash, balance easy,
��/,! ll em Fifth avenue, sub B, 10
ljuljti. $300 cash, V-i cleared; size
j |M, by 132 feet.
LOTS    OF     LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near thc Bridge
Cheap
2V& .-nue;, house, 10
modern Improvements;
lane al  back;  ; art of lot
fruit    i rei
rooms,   also
loi    66xl32;
him oul with
an I   nice   lawn.   Price
$2,750.
mon! hs
fl.:  ca
al 7 per
���ii, balance
<ent.
li and 12
6 Lots facing- Columbia
street, Sapperton. $1,000,
half cash, bal. on easy
terms.
due' lull sizes! lot, 66x132; 2 storey
house; T rooms; Hush closet upstairs;
all modern Improvements; new house:
$3,000. '- cash, u in 6 months at 7
pei cent. Good sized stable and fruit
trees. Second house from 8th Street
west, on upper side.
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots section
dSt.Sap-
$(.101), half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
2, near Richmoi
perton, for sale
320 acres; south hall
,", Hall's Pratlle road.   :���
good barn.
sec.
and
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
the city, from $25.oc lo $3,000
150 acres improved land, bulldinss
and sheds complete
all un
can  l.''
bargain;
near Cl iverda'.e;
culUv ttion, 515.000.    if you
lie  this, don I
terms can be
lelay;   I
rrange 1.
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from -$50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where vou want a lot
und we can supply	
51,000
i treet, eight r lotus, nil
and chicken house', full
store,, s.  $1,000
cash,
l00 .���.,.,,. onthe Scotl road, 15 acn
cleared;  barn 50 x 30;  stables, etc
splendid soil; only $30 per acre,
i ash, balance easj.
Between  Fifth  and  Sixth avenue:
near Seventh
modern, stable
sized  lot,  two
$2,500.
160 acres In Surrey, 6 acres ciei
 , 0n mad side, $1,800, halt cash.
Glance on time at 6 per cent.
|ecl to sale of timher.
hots 17. 18, 19,20, 21,
street and 8th avenue:
$250;   4 inside lots
$950,   cash.    Single  lots at  cash.
pull sized lot in Sapperton, Im ..
Brunette street,   nice $150
cleare I,
rash
su -
face on 16th
2 cornei' lots
200 each.   Price
cash.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
��� ���ix an i one half acres, one acre
1 leared ready for planting; I 1 2 acres parti; i leare I. House, 5 ro ems,
1 '-x-'l. 3te rey an I half, sma'.l ' arn;
chicken house; fruit trees an I straw-
' '.. plants; $1,700, half cash; bal-
: ii e mi th  months at 7 per oent.
This Is ;i valuable holding, and near
to the city, call and bring this a Iver-
'i ent with you for further p irtl-
i ulars.
Elghl a< res on Vancouver Road,
:::jl feel: 330 feel on Jubilee roa i facing three roads; 1-3 mile from Jubilee
station on the tram line, near Koyal
Oak hotel. Small house; 3 acres
cleared an 1 cultivated. Price $4,500.
$1,000 cash, balance 6, 12, and 18
months al 7 per cent.
Seven-roomed house, Seventh street,
near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
sized Iot, $1,600.
17 lots, full sized on 6th street, in
fiurnaby, East side 100 yards from
Cliff  Can  factory.    Price $1,020.
House on Royal and Eighth street,
two storeys, seven rooms, full sized
lot,  $2,000.
30 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $150, inside
lots $125. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
60 acres good fruit land in Surrey;
can be bought now for $23 per acre,
only one-quarter cash needed, balance
ln one or two years at 7 per cent.
480 acres. Maple Ridge, Sections 23,
20 anil 32, Township 9, one-half prairie, rest brush and some small trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Section 29, $60 jier acre; Section 28, $55
per acre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegraph  station,  Pitt  River Bridge.
Te rms, half cash, balan ie and two
vears at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
BUNGALOW
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car; (5
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,750. Terms $600
cash. bal. on mortgage.
acres, Langley, 25 un ler cultlva-
house, barn, sheds, etc. all in
repair;   a   snap   al   $3,000,   haif
cottagei
opposite
and two lo'.s on
Queen's  park.
First
Price
blocks,   fruit   lands,  near
acra
160
tlon;
goo 1
cash.
Five
street,
$7,000.
20  acre   bio<
Junction, $20 per
1 i acres In sec. 32. Timher, fir, ce
.,,, and alder. Good soil; good roads.
A; ply for full particulars.
ICO acres good bum land in Delta,
about 3% miles from river, near Scott
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
u ttcreg |n i'itt Meadows, only
$35 per acre. One third cash, balance
at 6 per cent.
Tel. 333
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
al $10 each.
One and one-half storey house' and
full si/.e lot, situated north side of
Royal avenue and corner of McKlnnlS
a  i; :��� rooms; bath room, hot and
cold water, closet;  woodshed; young
bearlg  fruit trees;   streets on three
side's;   tin"   view.     Price   $1,800.   $900
cash,
One full sized lot, 2nd lot from corner, 14th street and 8th avenue, lot
66 xl44 feet.   $250 cash.
We have a few valuable lots: ���
Between 9th street and 8th street.
Between 3rd and 4th  avenue.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, hath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
06x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
2 lots. 20, 21; No. 2D, $170; No. 21,
(corner) $175. Durham and Second
streets.
One hundred and sixty acres N. W.
U Sec. 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, 5 acres slashed,
No. 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent.
interest.
One hundred and sixty acres, N.W.
U Sec. 25, Township Iti, 2V4 miles
from Abbotsford, creek running
through, 50 acres alder bottom, said
to be $600 worth of timber on the
property. Price $10 per acre, K eash,
balance on time.
Ten acres in Lot 40", one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleared.   $30 per acre.
Too Good to  Miss
House;   Dining   Room,   Parlor,   2
Bed   Rooms,   Kitchen.   Bath   Room,
Pantry;   Chicken   house  and  Wood
Shed;  Electric Light. .$1,150, Cash.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
House, 10 rooms, 1 Vi lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,C00.   Terms can be arranged.
135 acre-;, one mile from Huntingdon, B.C., 70 acres in grass, 15 acres
drained and fenced; liouse and barn
cost $2,500; good road along one side;
price $50 per acre, half cash, balance
to suit purchaser at G per cent. Reason for selling, the owner's wife is in
bad health, and has to go to a cold
climate.
Double tenement liouse, 5 rooms in
each house, water, light, ful! size lot,
; civ,,'i'ii First and Sec md Btreet,
Fourth avenue, on north side. Price
$1,500, half I'.'--'' balance In one year
at 6 per cent.
1C0 acies, all lence I, rea iy for cue
tivatlon, good water, halt mile from
school, at Chiiliwack, $75 per aori.
Elght-r tome 1 liouse , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon street and
Sixth Btreet, two storeys, $3,750.
one Loi No. 12. facing on Ith Ave..
I etwe mi Isi and 2 1 Si., half block
fi 11111 Park. $475. $275 cash, balance
21st August aud 21st February, 1908,
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Comniur,
about 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Half cash.    .lump.
House and lot on Agnes street, two
storeys, seven rooms; a real snap at
$2,500.
MODES OF THE MOMENT.
Of the princess miel empire styles,
both of which are worn, the empire is
rather In the lead, and the surplice and
shirred waists seem to have the preference.
Some"   nniilistes   are   featuring   little
lace coats in empire, Back or pony
styles eif negligee garments. They are
worn over slips of lighter silk fastened
with ribbons.
Slowly but surely the tea gown Is
coming buck to Its own, and perhaps
eveui before the season Is over we shall
see them as of yore In the drawing
room at 4 o'clock.
Since trimmings nre such an important faetor this season, tiie market Is
flooded wltb new passementeries, ap-
pliepie embroideries, jeweled bands.
etc., while jet has come to the fore
With surprising vim.
In the way of negligee���under which
beail come tbe kimono, short and long,
dressing jacket and bathrobe-there Is
nothing really new nnd startling to be
said unless It is that the Japanese designs have taken an extraordinary leap
ahead of all others.���New York Post.
PLAYS AND PLAYERS.
"Thei Love Iloute" lins proved *
mighty line route to travel.
"The' Soedal Whirl," a hit in New
York, is a big BUCcess on tour.
Louise Gunning made a big BUCC088
In "The Flower Girl" In Chicago.
Mrs. Flske lias made n great hit iu
New York with "The Now Yeuk Ieleui."
Manager savage lias added another
American girl to his prima donna
forces for "Madam Butterfly." This
Is Ethel Houston, ii contralto who came
from Paris three years ago to sing eon-
trnlto roles with the English (Jranel
Opera company.
Vera Michelena, the prima donna of
"The Tourists," practically stepped
from a convent ou tei the stage; also
her father, Fernando Michelena, the
once famous tenor, while singing ns n
choir boy in tbe great cathedral of
Venezuela was heard by a man of
wealth who saw great promise in his
voice and sent him to Home to study
cinsie.
Say* Football Player* Were Bought.
President C. W. Dabney of the University of Cincinnati has received the
bulk of the blame for the last season's
disastrous showing by the football
team. It is charged th.it be barred the
best players in bis strict Interpretation
of scholarship requirements. President
Dabney has given out n rather heated
explanation anil defense of his attitude.
"In 100.5," saiel he, "men vnro brought
here nml given $25 a game���bought
like so many horses or mules. No repu
table university will allow outside men
to come and take places In this way of
men who should be given the privilege
of playing. Rhodes and Yeardley were
ringers and were brought to Cincinnati
especially to play football, Yenrilley
went to school here, but Rhodes never
attended classes Unit I know of."
A  spollt'il  Sermon,
A clergyman was unexpectedly called
upon to preach before tbe students of
a well known college, lie chose a sermon from his "barrel" and without
reading it went to the college chapel.
He got on splendidly until near the
close, when he amazed the boys with
liis peroration, beginning, "And now ��
word in conclusion to you who are
mothers."
The  Wnninn   In  BuNlnva*.
A New  York real estate agent has
been telling of soine of his business experiences  with  women.    Mrs.  A., ho
'. says, wanted to And a house that would
fit  her   carpets   and   wasted   several
weeks on the job.    Mrs. B. bad six
children of ber own, but  wanted a
! guarantee that uo other children would
I be allowed In tho building.    Mrs. C.
j signed a  lease' with n clnuse that no
j dogs should be brought In and  then
| deliberately  brought several  iuto her
j family and told the agent such restrictions  In a  lease were of no account.
"Im yon wonder," he asks, "that men
do not like to deal with women?"   Of
course,   however,   Massachusetts  women   would   never do  anything  like
that���Boston Globe.
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westnilnstsr.
Phone 275
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two  doors   from   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
Ladles' Gold Watches from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case-, $7.50 up,
Agent tor the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
SIMMER'S
SEEDS
O O (1  O O  O 0  o
OOOOO
OOOO
O   O
O
FRESH STOCK
now in.   Package
and bulk.     List
Prices.
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store
SPROTT - SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
31SG Hastings St. W-, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy anil Engineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-rive   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand,
R. 1. SPMir, B. A, Principal
BLACKSMITHING.
McQUARRIE & CO.
Agents for Employers
Real Estate Brokers
' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Ati   Itli-nl   lln Hi.
Aii Ideul combination ls to soup the
body nil over, using tepid water before
plunging into a cold bith. But there
are many good folks who Cannot face
n cold bath daily ond who after taking
one are apt to lie cold and shivering
oil the day through. For these the bes
plan is, after a warm bath, t'> sponge
the throat and chest with cold water
Which is mosl stimulating and espe- j
chilly so where the bather sutlers from
chronic e-nieis. Tei insist on a oold bath
Is just us unwise us to have a bath
that is toei warm and to lemaln |n ll |
too ling. That is the more general
mistake.
Her  Word  of  Honor.
"Iiem't you love me'?"
"Yes, dear, but I'm already engaged."
"Break your engagement."
"Oli, George, that wouldn't be hem-
orablel    An engagement is n Bacred j
thing, not lightly to be entered Into or
broken off.   Besides"���
"Well?"
"Well, I'm engaged to two men, nnd
that makes it even worse."���Cleveland
Leader.
Slabbed,
"Whew! That's th.- Ilrst time" I ever
mnde a spoech. I fell like I had for-
gotten nil I had over learned,"
"Vou appeared to be talking just as
vou felt."- Houston Post,
A deep, genuine Sincerity is tne nisi
characteristic of all men In any wim
i hero'c���Carlyle.
Having bought out the Blacksnillh-
ing business of R. ll. Benson, I will
be pleased to see all his old customers, as well as new ones. Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON.
Eighth  Street.
:, City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
For electric signs, dynamos, motors,
fans, 'phone fixtures, shades, hells, batteries, wire and cables of all kinds
and sizes. Mouse wiring. Motor Installing a specialty. All hinds of repairs promptly attended to.
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE 304.
FARMERS I
The Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   FOR    HIDES.
THE MM PAPER IS IHE BEST
PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS.
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THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDA^ARCH.,(
AFTER STOCKTAKING
We have special inducements to offer in
CROCKERY   AND GLASSWARE
in order to make room for our spring stock,  which  is expected soon.
The market quo ations are sure to advance on the following staple
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place your orders for these goods at once.
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
Public Supply Stores
Social and S
Personal 1
�����������������������������������������������������������������������
WARNING !
Dear Mrs. Home Seeker :
We beg to advise you that we can give you a
charming little cottage in a good location, just off the
car line, for the sum of
$1,000
$575 cash and the balance on easy terms.   In this house
you will find hot and cold water and a flush closet.
Yours faithfully,
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
N. B.���Be wise in time.
'Phone   105. 'Phone  105.
THE   CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Maurice Oaynor, the young son of
Mrs. Gaynor, Agnes street, left yesterday for Campbell Fprth College,
York, England, where he will complete his education. Mr. Oaynor will
sail on the Empress of England.
P. C. Beckett left yesterday morning for Haney, where he will remain
some time.
The Rev. Father Laielon returned
yesterday from Victoria, where he has
been taking part in a series of evangelistic services for the past ten days.
The services attracted considerable
attention, and it is expected that much
good  will result from the series.
Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith returned
yesterday morning from Victoria
where he has been attending the annual grand session of the A. O. U. W.
W. E. Fales is confined to his house
wiih an attack of the grippe.
Conductor Donald, of the B. C. E. R|
staff, who was recently injured by
tailing off the top of a freight car,
will resume his duties in about two
weeks' time. He has almost cnm-
< pletely recovered from his injuries, I
which were at first feared to be very !
serious.
I
C. G.  Major, who was operated on j
yesterday   at   the   Royal     Columbian
; hospital, is reported to be progressing
; favorably.     Dr.  Jones,    of    Victoria, ���
; and Drs. Drew, Rothwell and Walker j
of this city, performed the operation. ;
H.  L. Edmonds, who has  been for
j some time a patient at the St, Mary's
hospital, is now reported  out of danger, and is expected to be out in the
: course of a couple of weeks.
A
Household
Necessity
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building
Put up in twenty-three
tints and white
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MURALO
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Ready for use when
mixed with water
Any person can apply it
ANDERSON j
AND LUSBY I
Con^dSW
Ladies' Suits
The  Missouri  Girl.
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phone  105.
One of last season's most emphatic successes in the theatrical line,
was Fred Raymond's famous comedy.
The Missouri Girl. It has been secured for Monday, at the Opera
House.
This season's company is said to
be the best that has ever produced
the piece and includes some of the
leading lights in the theatrical profession.
An elaborate set of new special
scenery, which will positively be used
here, is 'also carried this season, and
a complete metropolitan production is
assured.
MAKE   YOUR
HENS LAY
While Eggs are High
BY USING
STURTEVANT'S
Egg    FOOd    ��"��
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
A woman's Suit or Dress
is scanned most critically lathe people she meets.
A new shipment of Spring
Suits opened out this week l
and an examination will reveal to any person that <
the proper style is the first consideration.
Material and workmanship add all tliat is to be
desired in an up-to-date costume. Among the new
showing are:
Black Venetian and Boadclotb Suits, each $16.50 sis tos
Navy Brown and Green Broadcloth Suits, each $18.50, $25 and $27
Grey Tweed Suits, each $18, $20, $21.50, $24 and $25
Cream Serine Costumes, each  ��,��r
CarJinal and Navy Repp Cloth Suits. A distinctive tumeof
great beauty in finish and style, each  �����,,
A new lot of skirts showing this week.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
f POLISH YOUR FURNITURE
DRUG  STORE
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FURNITURE
The Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture is to be seen at FALES.
Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock still to go.
New goods arriving daily.    Latest styles and best finishes,
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE   EMPORIUM J
716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four Floors.      Rear Extension. Front St, ��
Ellard Block.
New Westminster
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A. Chillis. Port Kells: J. .McLach-
lan, Port Kells; H. J. Fredericks, A.
McGregor, Aldergrove; .1. Routley,
Langley Prairie; B. Bartlett, H. Hawthorn, Chiiliwack; R. Beaton, Ladner;
G, Reiser, Halls Prairie; G. Clein,
Langley; A. J. Peschke, Halls Prairie;
X. Houson, Vale Road; J. Johnson,
Yale Road; .1. Savage, Westham Island; H. Peden, Westham Island; W.
Heaton, Ladner; J. Willis, Vancouver; R. Mc Waters. Sunhury; N. Kit-
zel, Halls Prairie; W. G. Brice, Mr.
; Paiis, Halls Prairie, J. Hanson, Scoit
Road; H. Stoney, Scotl Road; E. Martin, Port Kells; c. Brooklands, E.
; King, C. Chrlstenscra, Port Moody;
(i. O. Manson, H. J. Ford. Mrs. Sims,
Ladner; H. Dirk, Langley; \V. Both-
well, Tynehead; W. Coomhs, Scott
Road; W, Holson, Langley; Mr.
Drinkwater. L. Miller, Surrey; Mrs.
J Whltworth, Ladner; Mrs. Read,
Guichon;  Mrs. Black, Langley.
Moreys
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STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
j j. j. mackay ��r cos   |..DesirableResidences..
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with its plain tints, supplies a luxurious wall-covering for the
most handscrn* rooms, leaving your walls frse from thi delirium of wall papers. We will be glad to tell you more about
Alabasline, if you will ask us. Let us show you a tint card
and cutting of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
50c RETURN
= TO
Vancouver on Sunday
CARS LEAVE EVERY HALF HOUR
FROM 8  A. M.   TO     11   P.M. As Usual
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Modern Cottage on Gth St. below 4th Ave., with
lot and one-half. In first-class state of repair.
$2500.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 4th St. close to Queen's
Ave.; nearly new; fine lawn; a very desirable
home.   $2800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on Royal Ave. in central
location.   $1800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 3rd St. in good repair;
near car line.   $2750.   Terms.
,8    Two 7-roomed Houses on 9th St.   $2000 for
��    both.   Terms.
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Terms
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No. 723.���House 7 rooms; electric light, etc.; all
newly papered and in good repair; corner
lot, full sized; about one dozen fruil trees;
on 10th St. near 4th Ave.; good view.
Price... .$1750... .Wecan arrange terms.
No. 618.-Corner of 10th St. and 3rd Ave., Cottage;
full   lot,   with   lane  in   rear;    stable.
Price.... $1800.... Terms.
No. 1006-On 6th Ave. near 12th St., nice Cottage
6 rooms; good lot.    Price... .$1350..
Only $200 down.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
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