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 -;[01K 2, NUMBER^
NKW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH
190:
10 CENTS PER WEEK
:IVIC EMPLOYES WANT
MORE MONEY
.1 ernen  and  Board   of  Works   Men   Petition   ��� \$ City
'   Council  For  An   Increase   in   Salaries-The   h.edical
Health Officer Resigns His Position.
M LINER STRIKES        LACROSSE RUMORS
ROCKS OFF SHIKAHAMA ARE AEI. THE KAGE
Eig Steamship Dakota Lies In Danger-    Several   Steady   Stickhandlers  Threat-
ous Position���Passengers Safe
I ems   which
���   evi ning  bj   the
[atln
he ori!
\ request  from V.
eared in person;  Dr,
nation as health
th*  firemen and
icrei   ���' I   salai les.
n i  in  the  Interesl
. . of I h*  lots be>
Montreal and  thi
ding   , urchas i
ii ting a two-stoi
.. zing the slilewalla
...     hall,   fni
.   ng to pay hall
��� Salvage  Difficult.
en to Resign This Year���West
Enrfers  Meet Tonight.
STREET CAR SMASH IS
SERIOUS
ol the walls.    Mr,
council   thai   the
. en approached in the
���; ... r, expressed him-
���Midi, Imi would have
��� : to headquarters to
The council having dls-
.    agreed to allow Mr.
cllei ise of the wall, the
hied upon later.
Smith's resignation was
��� I, the council expres-
faction  uf   Dr.  Smith's
I i iffii er, and regrel at
i vacate  the  position.
;. Si present performing
Me Ileal  officer at the
jail,  penetentlary,
' fii er, and has found
iii< - too arduous,
Boys' ] etltlon asking
, .  ..    was read and referred
i ommlttee.    The men
receive less pay, and
g* i 1* ss holidays, tha i
i'11".i le employes,
The   petition   I
drain  workers   also r*
slderation of the council and wl
looked  Into in committe*.
The   residents  on  Sevei
b* tw*   a   12th  streel  and   lCtl
'    tested i       council  to ii
lie road    at presi
pooi    tati ,   The
��� sled   by   the  residents
' '    to   Inti :. 31    tin .:, ....
'   of a ci   '..ii, fai : ���
t,      This   family   consists     I   g!S
en,   ivho ; . ..    at*
their mother, an I th*   fai n i   being a
hai I xi   king and indu n, i  e
children  are  left   too m i h   to rtiem-
s* Ives,   ;! iring   the daj    in        ���   ie
selves   dm ng the daj   ivhili   I ���   is at
work, ...     '*
After some discussion on I
|ect, I   .'.      lecided to refer the i
to the ' haii man of the ; i Hi ������    mimit-
tee.
Th.   ni Ifellows' r* qu< st that a i n d
alongsi li   thei    ci m* tei ould    be
grad* ipon motion ol Aid Hen
ley,  ri fei re 1  to  the   board
v. Ith the request to ta i   steps in i he
mattei.
Th* n ��� Is ol hi various < ommit-
������ es ' ��� lng read and , assed, the clerk
1 . reported 'he as-, ssment roll
(time 1 In, it was moved i nd cai ried
thai th* i" irl of revision ' e held on
'.'  second .Monday in April at 10 a.m.
After discussing several matters of
n Inoj  Impoi tance . the    mi i ling   ad-
nn ne I till nexl  Monday.
Yokohama,    March    I.���The   Greal
:   - '     hip Coi  pany'    giani
liner Dakol i is on the rod,   off Shira-
neai ���   Mojlma lighthouse, in
1" ���  "   Hay, forty   miles  from   Yoko-
"': a'     She si         la I   nighl  about
���   o'i lock.
She i- deserte I, h* r pasengers and
havin      een  landed  al  Nokima
ighthou.se.    They   i    i   all   their lias
Ti "     .-   of mai] wen i
The 11    o   '���   io: Ition Is dangerous,
are   hopeful   thai
i ���   i    She II*    one mile
���   h her bow  un h i watei
���    md mast,
���    ���    ���  havi senl  to
���   ��� ships   itan I
! '��� ���      are i unning and
in    .- n achable.
n a, off which the Dakota Is
Seattle,   March    I.--Carelessness   Oil
ilu part of William McKay, motorman
employed bj the Seattle Electric company, to observe the company's rules
relative to the proper handling of
block   signals   resulted  a!   5:55    las:
The offlci a of the VVes End 1
��� I ib have called a mei tiag to
be In Id this ev* ning In Xo. 'I .'��� hi I),
when the affairs of the club foi the
pasl year will be wound up. Plans
foi the coming season will also be
made, and a general talk on lacrosse
i rospects will ! e indulged in by the
ti*: ban Hers. The Wesl Endere are
anxious to Increa e their membership, an 1 will be glad to see anyone
Interesi I in lai r is e attend the meeting.
A n ��� etlng of the ::. C. Lacrosse asocial   m i :     een calh I for Wednes-   ton grounds.   Seventeen pen ms w<
-    '   ening   by   C.   A.  Welsh,   presi-   Injured, two of them probably fatall.
lent of the association.    Thi   meeting   and   the others  were  seriously  hurt
��'lll   be  held   In   the  board   of trn le , ,,       ,. ,,
One ol the cars Is a complete \ leek
' i m, and the recently revised const!
..,;,,��� ���,,,   ,     ,, , ,.    ,,    and the other was damaged.
it on  will   he discussed   and   finally
adopted.    A clause in the revised con-      McKay, .-. hose condition is extreme
between Mojima and stitutlon provides for pure unadulter-1 h' critical, probablj  will pay the pen
���I   Iti   thought that fhe Suno Mod amateur lacrosse, ally with his life for his error.   Alherl
?akl light was mistaken for Jogashima      The annua!  meeting of    the    New
The vessel    sustained    much Westminster lacrosse  club    will    b<
ige by the accldenl  and tTnmed- held In  the board  of trade  room  on
.   .  sprung a heavy leak. Wednesday. March 13, when important
Vgents ol the steamship who were j business will be transacted.    Several  Ut-ve all will recover, but a few ma;
sent to N'oklma lighthouse to arrange of   the   old   players   have anonuueed   be permanent cripples.
fo   salvag*   are  returning this  after- their  Intention  of  retiring   from   the      Inbound car No. 392   In charge ol
noon with   pasesngers and mails and game this season, but It Is quite proh-   Motorman .McKay,  was  running at  a
letails of the accident.    They report able that they will reconsider their de-1 njgl]  ,aIe of speed  and  carrying  115
the wrecked  vessel to be making wa- cision before the first game is called.'
Motorman's Carelessness Kills Two and Injures Seventeen
Others Orders Disregarded ���Agonizing'Scene When
Cars Crash Together at Fort Lawton Grounds, Seattle.
that a car was inside. Glaser ha I no
sooner entered the grounds than he
saw McKay's car coming at terrific
speed through the cut, Glaser turned
off his power and set the brakes, but
the distance between the approaching
cars  was so small thai  McKay, who
nigbi   oi  a  head-on collision between   apparently saw Glaser's car as he turn-
| two larg   Fort Law electric cars at   0(1 the curve, could not bring his coach
a i olnt -l* e c.i;  .. tthin th ��� Port  I.a-
to a Btop.
Terrific screams emanated fro.a the
engers wedged on the fronl plat-
fi nn of McKak's car.    in a sei ond
I'��� ere   was a   cr. sh   and  Hie  I wo  cars
!     I   tl les* oped.
Humanity was caught in the leath
trap. Agonizing shrieks and groans
were heard. Passengers Inside the
...I were piled In a heap. Some were
wedge.i between the iron and the tim-
Reeks, a soccer too; nail  player, it  is   hers  of  the  two  cars.    Others  were
believed  also  will  die.    Surgeons
fi reed and pinioned under the stats.
In a second the front platform of McKay's car looked like a slaughter pen.
Blood flowed in streams off the car
and fell on the ground, forming pools.
The sight was sickening. Mon used to
awful sights of carnage turned away
In horror. Women who escaped Injury screamed in fright.
For a while il was believed that all
who had heen caught on the from platform had been killed. It took a minute for those who had escaped, to col-
!. HOLDS
ANNUAL MEETING
SCAVENGER ARMY
CLEANS IJP FRISCO
passengers, many of whom wen
ter freely and il Is feared that refloat- Tommy Gifford, George Ronnie. Harry | crowded ,,���.., ,,���. tron) piatform and
ing her will be difficult. Latham  and   Sandy  Gray  are  all  in   hanging by the straps inside the car.
The steamship Dakota, valued at $2.- lfn*a for has-been honors, but they will McKay had neglected to pull the block
300.000, is re;.oro-,l to be fully insured. noi be allowed to retire without a H;._,IK1] ;lt ,ne entrance to the ground
Ins nance is also carried on the cargo,   strong   effort   being   made   to  induce   to notify any outgoing cars thai there   lect  their wits and  begin the  rescue.
 _���. ihem  to remain  in  the  game.   There   was a ca,, in ..tne hole.. or wjthjn the   Motorman   McKay   had   been   caught
Open for Business. are  several  first  class    intermediate  gr0UndSi between the two cars and was wedged
A. F. Hale and .1. E. Lane, two Cai-   players in the city who are qualified |     outbound car No. 386, In charge of   in between them.   He could not he re-
gary men. yesterday opened up a real   to  play on ihe  senior team,  so thai   Motorman Glaser, and carrying only a   leased until the cars were pulled apart
estati   agency  in  E. J. Fader's office,   even if the worst  comes to pass, and   f(,T/  passengers, entered   the   Lawton   for a few inches.   Then he was imcon-
Columbia   street.     The two  partners   these old reliables really retire. New   groundS| ,-,���. ,���,. si.trnalss did not show   scious.
Westminster will still have a winning   __^_____���������^������������ ���
team in the field.
men f\      Meet  in  Morning,  After-   SO.OO Men and 3.560 Teams Assist In
noon and Evening Sess.-on To- Clearing Awaj  Detr;s_Every-
Drv-Ltr-gthy Procram. bodV   Works.
have had considerable experience 1n
���; e re il estate business, having been
dealing Iti land in and around Calgary
��� - the a -' seven years. They still
retain ai Int* rest In then- Calgary office, but will in future devote all their
BUTTE STRIKE STILL
FEMALE FIGOTERS
Ruef's  Trial  Today.
Saa Francisco, March 4.���The trial
of the sensational    charges     against
DRAGS WEARILY ON
J
I
i i
v
Q'"        i;,.v
tminster Presbyter
Fori Ign   Miss    ::
old their ninth an
Andrew's church
i ��� -ion a ill be held
b    ��� li.m   church,   al
���  ii ii i. iel - of the
Ing di legates will
��� tea.
estlng program is
ti loua sessions:
''������  '���'. i".  a.m.;   Sei:,'
-  Smillle, East Di    .
Mrs.   Weils.   E iur.ni
lasl   annual   ;��� i
report,
ond ni
irer'i     re   irl
.1   in Mi !''"e. La I-
���   -   :.������    10 17;   IJ.
n
a, i: in p.m.: B*  Ip
Li  ran   V in
I        Lamb,    Nev
ites ol   ; ioi u
.   ....
'    "a. \>.-,.   Westmin
'.   \ lllghtlln.     Van
ident's    iidiln
n   band   r*
i    later so: i
i   Knox Wright,
m in'    inilic in-'
Vnncouver;
hi"      from
-' I nu I peg,   Mrs
er;     |:i:
San   Fri ac * ...   Mai ch   I.���-A   '���
..a  was  in, .       ���   |   -- h* a at
ind i    i   bugl*     ��� - ���
" ��� :,   l\ i: : i   , i ���    -. i ' -
���.   -    an I    1,500   '��� . egan   to
��� i -   dirt and g  in th
Btre*
-.���..-' nl Ire cit)       -       ��� ���  ��� I
,.   lal   a tention   ��as   given   to
a   :  district.     When   night   f* 11   a
i.e. roveraent ol the distrJ :l was
i.'.ti' e |, an i man.  tons Dl .Iii t had   een
ived.    II  w is . he result ol volun-
laboi  and men of al   profei
ipal Ions pa   Icl] ati I
The   women   of   the   city    add   1
. :.i ...   the workm* a     lib  I     I al
df -.Lia.  ��� ! rjuai ters.
���   and  energies   to  boosting New Abraham Ruef, the Sa�� Franciaeo po- -
W  -'minster.     Messrs. Hale and Lane litician  and  lawyer,  is set   for  today.
Institute   a  vigorous  advertising The Indictment  against  Ruef accuses
ml   will   distribute lltera- him of extortion.     The case against
ilgn,
e   cone* rnvng    New    Westminstei
-.,,,!- ast   throughout  southern Alber-
ad th*   ei .nt ral   provinces.     The
He all kinds ol   properties ; -        ill not  confin*   i'- dealings
ti, an class of i eai estai ���.
Mayor Schmitz. who recently went
East io consult with President Ro ise-
vi li on the Japanese school question,
wa.-  continued   to Tho-' lay    of this
week.
Typographical   Union   and   Typothetae
Haggle   Over   Terms   of
Settlement.
HILL TRREE BULLS
Madame Nordi.a Witnesses Gory Spectacle and   Rewards  Matadora
With   Roll  of Bills.
DEMAND   INCREASE
Victoria    Pedagogues   Fol'o/v   Lead   cf
Mainland   Teachers.
.': darch   I    Thi I   th    - ���
lowii.l the teachers of Vli
In -P q a b   '���
faEALS COST MORE.
Revelstoke    Restaurants    Charge    Six
Doi'ars  for   Meal   Ticket.
Rev*    toko,   March    4.���The    h< t* I,
, .  .      nr] 1 oarding  house keep-
, rs ...   the  cit ���   held  a   i ting
,-... ���.  ..   ��� n fi was unanimously decid-
I to raise the    Ice ol meals,   On and
,    -,;. ��� mea    ickets, good
2i meals, wl 1 i isi  $0 in place of
-     an i no sin le i 1 will !" serv* I
, |  .���;.-, , i nts.    This laiier arrange-
. nl   chiefly  applies  to   the   midday
I   v, bich has heretofore been serv-
-  , ents    Cosl ol fuel, provis-
.    an |     ' . . Ini Idi itals l".-^^- gom
the rise was determined on, as the
. ��� - . . thej wei���- losing money
I ra es,   in Nelson the ho i Is
. ,i   .   ���    ���   ��� ���-      ��� a'   i raising thi Ir
ADVERTISING   PAYS.
Inquiries     From     Manitoba      Farmer
Reach Real Estate Arient.
The active interest  which is  being
taken in New Westminster by outsid-
Butte, Mont., March 4.���Hope of an
.- liati settlement of the difficulties
���  ween      e   pul Ushers of  the daily
El Paso, Texas. March 4.���Ten hou
sand people witnessed a novel sight
a! the Juarez Plaza del Torro y-ts' r
)asl   ers is amply exemplified by the receipt   ofi again and an indefinite shut-down
newspapers oi Butte and Anaconda | day afternoon���a bull Qghl in which
and their imployes, now locked out, places of matadors and banderillas
was lost ���. ti i.i.... when the Butte , were filled by profeslsonal female
Typographical Union unanimously re- Spanish bull fighters. The matadoras
Mected a proposition submitted by Or- killed three and failed to kill ih?
ganizer Baker of the International Ty- fourth bull, and two of the kills woul I
l ographical I'nion. the terms of which - have done credit to any matador who
were not given out.    Negitiations are | ever appeared in the Juarez Plaza.
In   the audience was   Madame   N
dica, the    famous   prima    donna,    '.vt
whose behalf one of the hulls was kil-
cf the dailies is probable
Through    President    Ogstead,   ihe
el two letters which have reached the
office oi his paper within ihe past
��� nee da; 3, an.i in each of which enquiries   i ������ n ade concerning the pros-
and advantages of this city. The   prevailing January 27, 1907, at 50 cents
Brst  letter come, from .).  Picton, of  per day less, provided the publishers
Swan   River,   Manitoba,   and   the  il<>-   will endeavor to reach an agreement
in I for information concerning N* vt   with the other unions involved.
Westminster i- n  lani* I   with   a	
request   that   i hi    s   id rV   name   b i
ilai ��� i i a ���' ���   n gulai  mailing list  of
; ]        N'ews,     The  secon 1   communication - ' om "Mankoba-
thi    ����� rili     resldln      I   PI tmas,    In a
Butte Stereotypers'  I'nion today BU.h-hed  and  who rewar.iel the  matadora
mined a statement to the daily pap' rs   v,-itii a roll of bills,
offering to return to work at the scab'
Pattern Makers Strike.
Victoria, March I. ���For sonn? time
past ihere has been friction between
the foundry pattern makers and their
| employers in this city, and the trouble
has now culminated In a Btrlke, The
pattern makers are demanding a r;    e
Fire
RU3EER  BLAZES.
Does     Much     Damacie     Among
Caoutchouc   Factories.
.io.   Miss
���  Unlnst* r:     1:20,
1 ut,  I'iain. Central
m  Hand-.  Miss Mc
n,  discussion;
Mrs.   Cowper-
-
: 'i' . ..  ��� I
different schoo
i -  man;.' othei s  who ha ���
���.I  the situ ��� on  fron   an
biased       illdpolnt,      li   Is   un :
. ���':   :     i.    ��� '      ���	
for a gi n* ral Increase In Iheli reraun
i : allot!  81   an   earl)    dale.      Itefop    an.
:.      .    .        ll loUS are  made  lo  the  hoa: .1
i] trustees, how* ver, ii is probable thai ihe matter will be dh i i
al  the n< xt  regular   meeting   of  the
Teachers' Institute.
GAMBLERS CAUGHT.
Po ice  Pay   Surprise   Visit   to
Tough Joints.
Three
'   . '"*    ' ""
L   ' ' ��� Vancouver;   6:30,
';.','" '"     i (jet1ng;    the   Lord's
: 8 P.m.. ble,, tea in
I,
���  SO    ���.n,.;l)evo-
Rev. ,1.   s.   Hender-
I   , "'"ster; solo, Miss Mc
|   . niin,uo; correspond-
v, anthem, St,
Icha v ' ' 'r' ''lng;   solo, Mrs.
Br v��� a I'lress, Dr, Alex-
���'n.
"   Central  India;
\  'tli tec
K, I T.  if T��� take
'hall    iday,
Cattle Perish.
Virginia City, Mont., March 4.���
Thousands of cattle have perished dur
in", the re: enl Idi/./.ai'd ;n the north-
i rn pari of this state. Of a herd of
1,500 belonging to J, C, Fields, of
deal   Falls,   not   one   escaped.      The
li; ses are enormous.
Ham: ton     mt., M     b   I
nulled    I    ne i   the  ilg ���  '
��� a recor I     iout 1 o'clock yester*!
ben  :l led    thr* ip| osed
��� mb lng J Inti an ! rope l In fifty-
f, ur men, young and old, who were
found In th* places. All of them were
taken lo the c< Hi, where they sj ent
the  remainder of the  night.
Before church time, all the prisoners, with the exception of the keepers
ol (he places .aide), were reli ase I on
1 .ill of $20 each.
STEAMER   IS SAFE.
���    .      - ;   to   M Qi.i  nil    .y   Co.,
1 estate i ' ���       ���        i havinf
a a large numbei roj.i ad-
..������-]' ������ ���' Is   '     . ' ,    '
Dallj   N'i ." h and    -' Id
Ion of so\      '    irce!   of lan I I ha
had taken his fan ���>���.    The writer   ���
eludes  his letter  wl   i   the v     Is, "I
xpeet I "i    leral le pn   erty in
British Columbia this spring, and will
lad to i e kei t posted i > whal
doing In New Westminster." The
��� nqulrer Is a well known farmer of
Plumas, Abraham Wesl by name, He
owns considerable property In Manitoba and like man; others, is now
looking forward to settling on the
warmer side of the Ri ekles,
of 25c on their present wage of $3.50
ft day. and this three of the local machine shop.' have so far refuse I to
give. Thi con e pience N thai a number of ihem ar out on strike. The
��� - Whii h are now running without
iheli i attern i lakers are the it. C,
Marine Rallwa> Ci ,, Victoria Machinery Depo: and Gray'      \i  Hutchison
Bros'  motor  WOrke    n.1 the Canadian
id     i worth i      operty had been   r      >      ,.   <,      .    J,  ,        ���'"'""���"1
Foundry   ^   Supply   Co.'g   shops   the
pattern  makers  are  al   work, a satis
factory    arrangement     having     been
made.
Cl Icago,   March   4.���For   thi    thi
���; e during the last three months the
n holes iie  i ibl    coops   dlsti Icl
y fii"  when  flames
\        erday in the biisen   ni
o;' lhe ' bull ling al  !   Lake
-in-, t,    B* fore the    ..ere extinguish'
i
di sl royed. The Drim who busi lined
es are; Lil erl\ Mantle company;
J M. Ettlnger company; Rex Trading
company; loss to building; Dallamand
j Wholesale Liquor company; National
India Rubber company,
Orcnhyateka Is Dead.
Ottawa, Dnl.. March  1.���Dr, Orouliy-
ateka, hea I and  founder of the tnde-
i eniiont order of  Foresters, died al
Augusta. OB . yesterda'.. He was B
native of CftUfldjI and a flll)b1c��od VI i
llflWll   Indian.
Vaderland Grounds on Goodwin Sands
but Journey Continues.
London. March I.-Advices received
I'.,.,,, Dover state thai the Red Star
Hner Vaderland, which grounded on
the Qoodwln Sands las' night, got off
early today and proceeded on her voy-
;ige The fact thai the steamship renins i i,ei voyage indicates that she
sustained no serious damage as tli0
resuli of the Btrandlng.
Bonnie Brier Bush.
"The Bonnie Brier Bush" which
cemes to the Opera House on Saturday, March 9th, is a charming play In
which Scotch home life is portrayed
with pathos and naturalness, together
���villi a delightful combination of rich
humor and dramatic situations such
as are rarely seen in the latter day
performances, fan MacLaren's tales,
adapted by .lames MacArihnr. editor
o,' "The Bookman," and himself a native Scot, lias proven one of the most
enduring hook- dramatizations now being used for stage purposes.
Smalipox in Cranbrooi<.
Two ease!   of smallpox, within the I
past week, have developed    in    ("ran- I
brook.   Mrs. McCleary, wife of a rail-1
read  man. and  a   man  named  Burton '
are the victims.   Both are in the isolation hospital.      The Wentworlh Hotel
Ik, under quarantine and also some 10
of those stopping there.
Press Feeders to Strike.
Deputation Is Received.
The Ottawa Citizen, of February ���:.".
has the following' concerning the canners' deputation which left Victoria
three weeks ago for the East:
"Messrs. Mess, McCrae, Barker and
Todd, salmon canners from British
Columbia, interviewed Hon. Mr. Bi >���
deur, minister of marine and fisheries,
Saturday on the question of new fishery regulations as recommended by
the fishery eommisison.
"The principal point is respecting
the closing of   the   river above   New
New York. March 4.���A general Westminster bridge either wholly or
strike of the Franklin Association of If partially Ihere for a longer weekly
Piess Wee lers against the Typothetae time than that portion of river below
ila union reported yesterday, will go lhat point. A delegation of fishermen
Into effect throughout the city today is expected from the coast on the same
foi the closed shop, the eight-hour . question, and no decision wil come unwind; day and a new wage scale. til  loih sides are heard." J_ iXb     Xy jLT-1-XJ J-       i.lU"^
I
ou
HOES
FOR THE BALANCE OF THE WEEK WE ARE GOING TO DO  ���
SOME   GREAT   SHOE   SELLING
FOUR DAYS MORE and our Big Clearance Sale will cease.   Splendid Bargains left yet.
Don't Miss Them!     Don't Miss Them!
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THE
Our Bill o' Fare for This Week:
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9
9
V
8
:���;
1 Men's Vici Kid, leather lined, regular 5.50 Packard American Shoes,
|        reduced to $3.75 a pair.
| Men's Frank Slater "Strider Shoes," in patent leathers and box calf,
|        reduced from 5.50 to $4.00 a pair.
| Men's Keen Shoes; our heavy box calf line, made leather lined and
Blucher cut, an Al wearer; reduced from 5.50 to $4.00.
| Men's Goodyear welt, box calf Boots, regular 4.00 and 4.50 goods, g
|        going for $2.75. 5
ASKTOSiI
THE MANNISH
DESIGN FOR WOMEN
| Men's strong Buff Boots, with riveted soles, 1.35 a pair.
I Ladies' finest lines of Boots, some kid, gun metal and patent leath-
| ers; goods worth 4.00 and 4.50, now $3 a pair.
| One whole table full of Ladies' shoes ranging in prices from 2.50 to
|        4.00, reduced to 1.15 to 2.75 a pair.
| One table full of Ladies' Evening Slippers and Oxfords, some kid
I        and patent leathers; 2.50 values for 1.40 a pair.
| Girls' and Misses' Felt House Slippers, our regular 90c and 1.25 lines
I to clear at 50c a pair.
| "Big 3" Shoe Polish, 4 tins for 25c.
NOTE���Although only a small portion of our spring-goods have arrived, about 50 cases, we
:
$   intend to give a cut in price on any line of these sold this week.
i���'
:"���
This is the week for Shoe money
to pan out
WATERPROOF
SHOES
!_____ ..._ .-
9
���
You don't run across shoe prices like these every day!        Nothing reserved;   every shoe discount  i.
Every shoe must be sold.       Plight here is the time of all times to buy shoes.       Remenber the place1��� I
H PMSTON
9
Ik
1
BIG   SHOE   MOUSE,   New Westminster
I
Another Postponement. | n    .-<��� tit   lo  Lake  Ins  place  in transacl
'ih.. regular sUiin.ns <>r the county   the business, but the departmenl  in-
couri   which   should have  been  held   btl'uctet1 lhal  lh" ,""" be adjourned
for ;i week nml ;illow< d the Interesta
today   are   postponed.      Ih.s    Honor    , ,. . ,. ,       ,
o! litigants io BUffor rather than pro-   rey;   Patrlcl:  Donelly, Vancouver;   II.   ling  Toronto
Judge Bole is unable to preside owing   v-ide a substitute. F. Stannard, Vancouver.
i > a severe attack of l.i grippe, which i  Windsor-  Frank    Stacey,   Langley;
hai confined hlm to his home for the Mrs. M, .1.  Watson,  Wadds Landtn
Hotel Guests. Colonial    A.   M    McDougall,   Mlnne-
Guichon    II.   A.   Kennedy,   Vancou- ita;  .Mrs. C. Windsor, city:   w. Bur-
ver; S. II. Buchanan, city; .1. i:. Hill, goyne, Harrison   Hoi   Springs,  ('.   II.
Surrey;   E. O. Burton-Mackenzie, Bur- Gardner, Denraan's Island;  E.  IV Kel-
J.MENLEY|CityEl^icWorl��
Manufacturer of
|.   '  week,    When il  waa found thai      The tug Troubador, sunk by the ice   it. M. Waters, Sunbury; R. E. Brewer,   le;   Bros, being  the    consignees       \
Judge Bole could nol take this sitting   does, three weeks ago has been raised   Aldergrove;  A   W. I.owe Vancouver;   large miantll    of Iho cement will b*
In  ������' conslgnmenl of cemenl waa
lived yesterday from Victoria, Gil-
A
i   Ic I ;.'  the Be :���' C I.   Ml ').
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Office, Eighth Street,
a telegram was sent to the Attorney-   and Is very little the worse for the ex-   ll.  T.  Trott,  Sanketchewan;    J.    c.   u;:ed in the new bulldin'     which     Tel. 113.
General requesting that another judge   perience, ,    Clark, Serpentine, ,   ���..."....,'.'���!.'"...' ,l."Mi' ���' NEW  WESTMINSTER
Opposite Tram
For electric signs, d ���������
inns, 'phone fixtures,
teries,  wire and  cable
and Blzes,   House ��:: o( ...
stalling a specialty.
pairs promptly atten I
J. DIGBY, Prop
PHONE 304.
rlc"'1  . AARCH 5, 1907.
Jhh DAILY NEWS
g
..  EDMONDS, Barris-
W BITES'      Actors, Blackle Blk.,
ters ana.��     ^w   west minster, j
f, :un!i -a  '   '    ' ,f   L  Edmonds,
ff, J. v.'   '   I
M,  p  HAMPTON BOLE, solici-
*���    ni il e supreme court. Offices
101    p ii;  of  Commerce  build-
Canai!i!im'b]a"street, opposite   post-
iug'    vpw Westminster,
office, NeW
loan-
Money to
., T.N v. \:n & McQU.
ft; ','.', solicitors, etc.
i" ."��':;.,,;. estminster, Trai
��� n  &  McQUARRIE,
Of-
..���pp Blk.,
��� . ..      .,   and   Nome  streets,
corner , tn 24 445 GraQ
.,.,  Martin. K. C, ,
<��� ",, ;   McQuarrie, H. A
IV. ('' , .- i. , vvijl be in tho
JSUV offices every Friday af
terno* a
Hr.wAY   BE1D  &  BOWKS,  Barris-
��'A.    solicitors,   etc.,   i'2   Lome
er; ,.   court    House,   New
6tre \   whealler, P.O. Box
\Vf-:i'- :-   ' ���
\) \itTIN, Barrister and
o Guichon block, Colum-
u ... streets, Now West-
;. B8t*
G
MYERS GRAY. Barrister, Solicitor
p |   lie, ill practice since
.. v\'e tminster, B.C.   Of-
��� , Curtis Block, Clark-
���   opposite   Court House.
I.   Telephone 64.
I
BOAPD OF TRADE.���New  Westmin-
|  of Trade meets In the
. City Hall, as follows:
geC( . ���,,. an* -day of each mouth.
q . /. ii ("tings on the second
v,,  ���, of     February,     May,
Augusi : l November, at *J p. m.
...;.. meetings cm the second
Wednesday of February. New
meml i may be proposed and
J, ,���. . ii anj monthly or quarterly
meel ��.    A. K. Wh^e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
_n niar   meeting   of    this
\t ��� a the First Wednesday in
each i    nth, at 8 o'clock p. m., in
al     Temple.     Sojourning
���,.- ... rd ally invited to at-
I".   W.  A.  DeWolf Smith,
Seer*
KING SClOMON  LODGE. f'O. 17, A.
F. ,v   \.   M.��� Regular   comnmnica-
! this lodge are held on the
esday  In e:ic\ month  In
M;i-'       Ten pie, at 8 p. m.   Visiting    r* hren   are    ordially  Invited
D, W. Gilchrist. Sec.
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY, No. 459
K. K.    of    I.    meets    fourth
���":. . I     . ..<���:,     month,    at     8
;. :. :. Orange hall, corner of
R ei   e  and Tth Btreet.     So
Ji ;���: ��� ��� Sir Knights cordially In-
vili ". nd.    W. E. Dunlop, W.
i'.
PENITENTIARY     SUPPLIES.
Sole Agents for New Westminster
W. E. SINCLAIR, The Leading Shoe Store
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pac'fic and O. K.
& N. Co.
Connect? at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Crock points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage (Sily lor  Republic.
Huffet service on trains between
Spokane   and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1901.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
9.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
.. .   Spokane  ... .7.15 p.m.
... .Rossland  ... .4.10 p.m.
 Nelson   6.45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
Ihe Schaake Machine Works,ud.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
LOYAL 'RANGE LODGE, NO. 1150
���XI ��� n Orange hall first and
th lay In each mouth at 8 p.
m.   Vi   ung brethren are cordially
Inviti        . ������nd.    W. Pope, W. M .
I rey, Rec.-Sec,
I. 0, 0. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27���
Thi meetings of this lo Ige
a 1 iddfellews' hall, Colum-
��� ��� -. , very  Mondaj   evening,
al ��� ��� Visiting brethren coi
��� ted to attend.   S, Gregoi >
S. Rli!,moml. V. 0.; W. C.
it. S.; .1. W. MacDonald,
���     a.-. Treaa.
K 0. I    w._FRASER  LOCGE  No. 3
the first and third Tues-
������ Mb    month,      Visiting
cordially invited to attend.
J''; \. 0. D. W. hall, Odd-
���.. Clarkson street, c.
. recorder;   Louis Witt,
n an,
POSE
115,
i
L'   COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
OF   ENGLAND.   B.   S.���
"" meets Second and
of 1 ach  month,
'   Hall, Columbia St., al
���   Rose 1 legree, Fourth
In   each month, same
Vli Itlng Brethr* n
ed       E.   H.  Stlnch-
;' ������ .. ll. IK-: ��� . Se* retary.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all tho principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARL
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAjX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THF. CANADIAN PACIFIC RY
=Fi N EST   AN D_J ��� STE V;
resr^r'?* < i
Thc
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS    45,400,000
Eighty-five  branch* ?, with Correspondent 1  thr lughout
the world. 	
SAVINGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR opens an account   lntere-.! added four
times a year. J,, Sl art to-day.
NEW WESTMINSTER   BRANCH-
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO   il   O'CLOCK.
EiflS;
1  NETTE, No. 4099,  I.O.F.
Fourth F.i.lav in  the
'    o'clock,   in   the   small
lows'   block.     Visiting
���  ' ordlally Invited to at-
u. !l- Rushton, C. R.;  F. P.
Max
It. ;-.
C0AURT ".'WAL COLUMBIA. No. 8808,
The regular meetings ol
' , .'.      ��� ure held on the Second
"' '���'     li Tuesdays of each month
Vi    :     i. in the Oddfellows' Hall.
..,.,''''   Brethren are cordlaly  In-
i.' ,, '.'.   ' ''"'I-   E. 0. Firth, C. It.;
' '' M     Well, Sec.
J8.000  I i-.li'i ' !'   UKIT.UN i 14,4
H, Po*�� I EMPBE ��� OF IHI UNti I      i.   '.
Now   I       ii o to    cud foi
;,;, i, |,j in ihi   "I Countrj   while tho |
 low.     Tom li i  Sleepoi ��� run
��� , .;-. John to    onnei     ivltli  Emiir*
nexl sailing,  March  22nd.    For other j
���   .    and rate, applj to
ED, QOULET.
C.P.R. Agent,
The wonderful progress of Canada is Illustrated by tin* fact that the
burst Cocoa in the wet Id is made thcic.
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
is the pureil and the besl and li <��ct becoming tha beverage
(,-t old and young.
THF. COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
"The Milwaukee" Qrowing Appreciation
TpIA0NYA1   TEMpLARS OF  TEM-
at s ''""'l  '-'v,'ry Wednesday
ll.,,', " !i p. m., in Oddfellows'
Bn-iV ' lmbta street Visiting
ter,/1 ' '  rdially Invited to at-
g   ' "  ��� Burr, 8. C; N. R. Bro^,
The   Pioneer  Limited"  St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   anv
railroad   in   the   world   tliat   equal   In
equipment thai of Hie Chicago, Mil
waukee  & -st.  Paul  Railway,     rhey
own   and   operate  theif  own   deeping
and dining cars on all! their Hams and
NEAR  A GAS  FAMINE.
N*w   York   llml   n   \��rro��    I'.n,.,i|����.   Ia
llu-  1903 Strike.
Few householders In New York city
who were buying conl (lurlnc the great
strike of 1002 will ever forget that
emergency, it was Indeed a time to
try men's souls when no one knew
whether the price of coal would tie-
come prohibitive the next week or the
next mouth,
People were making all sorts of experiments with fuel bricks soaked In
oil, compressed pent and other tilings
which had never been used for fuel lie-
fore.    The  coal  men  did  their  best  to
husband the resources of the city, but
as time went on they began to talk of
refusing to sell to theaters and other
places of amusement and of doling out
the remaining supply in such proper
tions  as   to  meet  the  need  Of  nil   who
would actually suffer without conl and
let the loss fall on people who could
ntniiil  it.     It  seemed as If  the  popula
tion were ab'iui to be ranged In two
camps, the strikers nml the struck, the
struck being, ns usual, lhe consumer.
In   the   memories  of   New   York   gas
men there is an Interesting little chap
ter of unwritten history which has to
do with that strike. It never even
happened to get Into the newspapers,
nnd 110 one suspected at the time how
near the great city was to one of the
most terrible crises it has ever known.
At the time of the settlement of the
strike Ihere was less than  two weeks'
supply of coal Iii the possession of the
^as company and no more coal in si>:ht.
Two weeks more and It would have
Ieen exhausted.
(���'our million people would have
found themselves facing an unusually
severe winter without an adequate
supply of coal, without gas and wit!
the price of oil nnd the price of oil
stoves both higher than lu ordinary
times.
What is more, the order went out to
close all sales departments where
���auges and gas appliances were sold as
noon as the strike assumed n threatening aspect. The men In control of the
gas plant realized that if the people
Who had money to spnre rushed to purchase ranges and heaters of all kinds
nnd used gas altogether in their houses
there might not be n sufficient supply
to see the city through tho strike and
that   every   resource   of   the   company
must   I arefully guarded  against  a
possible period of actual famine.  That
this care was justified is shown by 111*
fact above staled that even with every possible precaution the available
BUpply Of COal WOUld have been made
to Inst owly two weeks.-(ins Logic.
Sealed lenders addressed "Inspectors of Penitentiaries, Ottawa," an I
endorsed "Tenders for Supplies," n.il
be received until Monday. 18th March,
inclusive, from parties desirous of
contracting for suplies, for the fiscal
year 1907-1908, for the following institutions, namely:
Kingston  Penitent lary.
St. Vincenl de Paul Penitentiary.
Dorchester Penitentiary.
Manitoba  Penitentiary.
H;iii>h Columbia  Penitentiary.
Alberta Penitentiary, Edmonton. Alberta,
Separate tenders ��iil be received
for each of Ihe following classes of
supplies:
1. Coal.
2. Coal   oil.
fl. Cordwood.
I. Drugs,
5,  Dry goods,
1    ii. Forage.
v. Fresh fish,
v. Fresh menl.
0, Groceries,
'   10. Hardware,
11. Leather.
12. Milk.
13. Oils and   Paints.
1 I.  I'otk  and  Haeon.
15. Sole  Leather,
16, Tinware.
Details of Information as to form of
contract, together with  forms of ten
1 der, will be furnished on application
i to the Wardens.
All supplies are subject to the appro', al of the Warden.
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
GEO. W. DAWSON,
Inspectors of Penitentiaries,
I lepartment of Justice,
Ottawa. February  11, 1907.
SUITS TO ORDER, . . . $17.00
PANTS TO OROER 5.00
MARVELOUS    REDUCTION
until March 1st, 1907.
I'let lv of Hoods to select from, of the
Latest Patterns.
Snl is faction guaranteed or money refunded.
THE yP-TO-DATE TAILOR
247 Front Street   -      New Westminster
OI'KN EVENINGS.
California Gallantry.
They tell me the story of a wen
kuowu gentleman of San Francisco
who, charging through all the smoke
and llames and litter on the lirst day
of the terror, came upon a  fashionable
ladj of bis acquaintance trudging
along the middle of the street in her
bedroom slippers, with a window cur-
lain thrown over her shoulders, lie
stopped his automobile to offer her bis
assistance, explaining at tbejuinte time
tbat the auto was all he had saved out
of the wreck, and even thnl hail been
commandeered by the soldiery.
"I, t   i, have lost all," she sialic*
"All  but  your beauty," said  lie,  wiUi
a courtly bow.
'And you nil but your gallantry,"
she retorted. Binding, Sunset Magazine.
Tin-  Metric Synteiu.
Tbe greatest victory won for tbe metric system of an English speaking
country within a generation was recorded of the metric standard In the
great manufacturing works of Kynocn,
limited, nt Birmingham, England, Thin
Step will revive lhe hopes of the
friends of reform in weights and measures nml Intensify the struggle between the meter nnd the Inch. The
significance of tbe event lies in the
facl thai ihis firm is one of the first,
outside of a strictly limited field, to
abandon the Old standards ami lo attempl to overcome tbe apparently In-
surmountable obstacles to the change,
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
'ri,,- Glclcn Collection,
It is reported from iim.sei-. thai Joseph Qlelon's collection of manuscripts
and miniatures, often admired In art
exhibitions, lins been presented by Iho
owner lo the Hnj il library of Brussels,
Anion'   the  previous "In res d'houres."
Illuminated by Fiend h artists of the
liflecnlh i nntllry, In Ibe prayer I k of
Min le i c ,.v \ n-ka, the w iie of Louis
N \. ol France, for winch 'j.'.iiun francs
was once offered, The Illustrations In
the book were made by the painter
Ilousselet,
Tli,' Kaiser's Dish,
lis. oilier, a famous French chef, who
wns the German emperor's favorite
rook on bis cruise last summer, tolls a
Parts  reporter  lhat   the  emperor  eat*
more at breakfast than at dinner and
lhat bis favorite dish is chicken stuffed
I With tomato and paprika dressing.
Every chicken served at the imperial
table bears on Its breast the Imperial
crown and eagle made of stiff white
sauce.
Sugar Cured
80N
^.";;;;r,;;!���:r"r,::.*::v,,::i Breakfast Hams <w Bacon
S0Ciati^COTLAND BENEFIT AS
CAMP ia,' ,LORDOFTHE ISLES
Third
K.  of
'   on the First and
'iy  of every  month   in
a|l-     .John    McNlvi
'' ���' ."Cr,   Rec.   Ke/..
service not obtainable elsewhere
H  S, ROWE, General Agent.
,M Third St.. ror Alder. Portland, Or,
���[ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS* ������
1 REICHENBACH COMPANY, H
��� solution  of  M.-I,..l���s  II.
The czar lives alone, with the czarina
and their children, In a little maisonnette at Poterhof, apart from the Immense palace. It Is tbe house of ��
bourgeois on holiday, quite Isolated under great trees by the seashore. No
gunrd Is visible, Thus the master of
Russia lives retired from his empire
and even from bis court.-Iteviie de
Paris,
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to.    Kindly write or
i    call at
i
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St, New Westminster.
Phone 275
Westminster \m Works
JENERAL  MACHINE  ANJJ K.MilNB
WOKK.
31 IT SM1TH1NU, HKliHih, and
3TIU CT1 II \l. [RON    WOKK.
h nam* ul tl li on   v\ om,   including
I ��� aces, 0   ��� Fire biscapes, etc.
M ill orders 1.1 con esponden* e In-
ited,
JOHN REID,
BEQB1M S'l Kbwi'.
.Vew Westminster f. u. 474.
FARMERS !
The Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   FOR    HIDES.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
���'flee "Phone 185.      Han 'Fnone 137
Columbia St.
Daggage delivered    promptly to any
art of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
i THE DAILY NEWS
"��*��,
TUESDAY
MARCH 5 ���,
THE DAILY NEWS
Published hy the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, al theii
offices, corner of Sixth an I front
streets. New Westminster. B. C.
law ai
Every grocer keeps WINDSOR
SALT. No other is so pure, so
delicate.    Beit for the table.
139
Managing Director. . .
.J. C. Brown
won] i intr i.iu. e i Tax Sal*
i next meeting,
The Ti mporar    Loan by I iw passe I
. its   firs'.   -" :on I   an 1   third   reading i.
The following tenders were accept- ;
ed:    Ward    3,    repairs    to    Huntley
bridge, T.  W. Hardy st  5750.00;   Williams'   Road  contract,  to  Frei  Klein
0PERA=H011
THURSDAY, March 7th
i a
oi  weeklj  deposit could  be Increased
as ih" child grows to maturity, and,   a( ""' cents per rod.
The  clerk   was  instructed   to  write j
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient    display    advertising,
cents per line .nonpareil). 12 lines to   'vl"'n"M' " "" ��' ,llt' f����� ol an anna
the   inch.     Five  cents   per  line   for     ���* '"' an Insurance policy, it would be   to the Provincial secretary asking for
subsequent insertions. ja safeguard   against poverty   in the  an order for the admittance of Wm.
Reading notices, hold  face type, 20   v.inter 0f life.   Such an extension of  Mclnnes to the Old  Man's  Home,
cents   per  line, brevier  or  nonpareil,   ,,     ..       . .
10 cents per line. "e 'unctions ol government would un-      Councillor Murphy was appointed a ;
_ For   time   contracts,   special   posl-  doubtedly meet with the opposition of   delegate to Victoria to interview the
tions, applji to advertising manager.      Hie regular life   companies;    but    it j Government re assistance to rebuild-
Notices    of    hirths,    marriages    or ��� should not after all interfere with the
deaths,   jiio.     Wants,   for   sales,   lost
THAT  GOOD  SHOW !
Perec R. Benton
Submits the Latest Scenic Success,
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<'ii'   ing the  Vale road.
or found, rooms lo let, etc., one cent
business.      Rather should it  assist  it.
just as the   establishment of
"A Cowboy's Girl" \
WE WANT YOUR  PROPERTY*:
:-:        LISTED WITH US
We have opened a Real Estate office at
No. 248 Columbia St., E. J. Fader's
office,  and having large Eastern con-
nections desirous of coming Wesl
feel that we can handle your prop'erl
to excellent advantage.
Appropriations  were   made   as  foi-
per word      No advertisement  taken  Just as tne   establishment of   penny   |0WS> tenders to be in at next meetin
tor less than J., cents. postage banks lias invariably beneflt-
i  lhe large hanks.
Ai Is to thrift are always to he com-
A Play in a ciass by Itself.
Ward   1. $40.00 for the   Town    Line   Five Specialties!   Magnificent Scene
toad at McCas'kill's hill; $30.00 for the Great Effects!
V. M. Road north of .Mr. Robertson's.
Ward   :'.   $500.00   for  Ihe   Vale   Roa I.
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TELEPHONES.
Day  Office   .... A22
Night  Office    '' B^2   ""'" lei'-      "'   children can be taught
 '������'���'���'"���     ���������  ""' Vi f "saving pennies to make   nn~0~00~'to\  ,,���,  Sonden   road;  $50,00 1       Prices-75c   and   50c.     Gallei
pounds,"   there  should     he  no  reason   ,.,_. ^ QuU)b]e ^   $.,(|��� (||1  f(jr ,,u,'25c.
uhy they   should no,   also he taught   .,���,,������,������ road; ,7500 ,������,. the Newton      geatg fm sa,e a, Rya���.s ,)nl, st(
the wisdom of looking u, the future in 0Q ,m ,,,,. gcot( r,Mi|. $m.
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TUESDAY.   MARCH   5.   1907.
OLD AGE PENSIONS.
The time of the Federal Parliamenl
has n .   been   entirely occupied  vvlth
11 nil ':"ms of   insinuations, calumnies
other directions,
BREAKERS   AHEAD.
The Premier is showing his old- Ime
weakness���"fondness    for   weak men
as his colleagues in the cabinet" and
HALE & LANE,  Real Estate Ag
gents
CALGARY 248 Columbia St., New Westrninste !
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0PERA=H01I
Ilingsgate, although these things   ""' """'"- down '"' Tl ias Taylor,
"    i|0 the mosl space In the press re-   M l''1'' for Revelstoke- ;t   weak   "Kl"'
ports.    The members have found room   ''"' 8tni weaker timber In the person
In.  King  of Atlin,    is evidence of
ior an academic debate on the subject
oi old age pensions
11    was    n
thai  fact.    Now the suggestion comes
ihai  Mr. Goodeve of Rossland may he
than merely a refreshing interlude In
party polemics,   li was. as the Ottawa   taken '"��� :""' some lamb Bacrinced I i
make  way  for the doughty ex-mayor
In
FTee Press points out,   a    signiticant
proof   of  the change which Is uncon-   "h" U;|S "'" strons enouS�� '" rule the
inland city without the aid of the niil-
sciously  coming    over  Canadian  politics, hia.    Another  statement   at   the  C'api-
Time was. not so very long ago. says   ' '' is tnal   tne Premier, alter shifting
the Free Press, when Canada was free   l1"1" '""' P��'*tfoIio to another, at lasi
from those economical problems which   lDtent,a '" hmi1  '"    tnal   department,
other countries had to solve.    But as   ''"' ]A""is and  Works, where, of   all
the Dominion grows, so do its respon-   otner8, ''"' 1"':"' sll0l,,(l nave a knowl-
slbillties ami its dun to do what lies  ''l,ut' "'    values ''""l '"' competenl to
In Its power to improve the social con-   'V[,]'A'' Immediately the   mailers com-
ditlon   of   the   people.     sir   William   '""  tmaei' ,lis Purview    and  not  take
Mulock was the lirst statesman to see   '"���' -ranted things passed up to him
this sign of the times and to profit by ' ''-v llis ''''I'"'.*'-    Tl1" Lands and Works
,f.     His industrial Disputes Bill will i DePartmenl needs an energetic, capa-
in years to come, he regarded as the ��� ,l!o' s"'��"~    nian, who    will have iho
'orner  stone of  Canadian   legislation j f,f"""age to give a decision without de-
in   social    economy.     Mr, Lemleux's   '"5'S| "'"' "'" "nl'V Protect    the coun-
presenl  Labor Conciliation Bill Is an-   "ys nnancea but conserve the public
other proof of   the tendency   of   thei'1''"1"'" from the grafters who too of-
Hmes; and Mr. Pringle's resolution is   ''" li""<'1' around    that    department.
another.                                                       Such a  man    is hardly found    in the
That there Ijb need lor some raystem   l'erson   of  lh''   Premier,   and already
uj  which ihe reputable poor shall Be-itnei'e are murmurings at ihe possibil-
cure provision for their old age is gen-   ''���'  of his taking that portfolio.   With
e,'ally admitted.    Hut  the problem is:;11 maJority over all  parties sufficient
Whal is the host method? \ii'.Pringle's ! '" c'""llnl  ">"    Legislature, it is sur-
presentation or the eas,. for Imitating I prislDS lll;" ""' Premier delays filling
ihe examples sei by New Zealand.Aus-   the v'"';u"  portfolios    until after the
trla, Denmark and other < ntrles was   srssi"�� opens.   Maybe he ts only hunt-
an' and full of   information.     Hut it |ing ''"' ""'   s��ftesl clay to   mould in
iii.1 not no far enough. ''is potter hand,
'I'he difficulty  i���   the  way   was  poin'. :
ed out  by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. who. in S"rrey Councii Not".
Couni il  met   in tin' town  hall. Sur-
oi. for the Town Line road; $50.00 for
the Hunt road. Ward 3, $150.00 for
repairing Elgin road. Ward.", $300.00
for gra ling-and gravelling Hall's Prai-
IH'ri���2*TZl SATURDAY, 9thMarch
hraith, printing, $1.75; The Columbian 	
Co., Ltd., adv. and printing, $30.55; P.  ERNEST   SHIPMAN   and    WM.   G.
Stanley  Spain,  service.-, r ath  of        COLVIN present the original
Wm. Johnston, $8.50; W. Figg, repairs to *". M. and C. Ft. roads, ward
5, $10.hn; Wm.McAulay, contract slashing Wilson road, ward 5, $24.00; A. .1.
Peschke, work 11. F. ami Boundar*
roads, ward 5, $16.00; Dan Smith, woi ;
Vale road, ward I. $1.""; John Armstrong, work Town Line road, ward Notable cast of twenty players, Male
1. $10.00'; Enderby Bros., work Kirk- Quartette. Pipers, &c. Carload of
and road, ward -'i, $5.00; -las. Hadden,  Scenery
Kirke   La  Shelle   production of
The Bonnie Brier Bush
Ian MacLaren's beautiful
Heart Storv of Auld Scotland.
lumber   ward
$1 l.liL   Geo,  W.  At-
"Greatest dramatic  production now
kinson, as. C. V. road bridge con. ward before the American public. "-N. Y.
4. $900.00; Frances Leaper, assistance. ^yor|j
$10.0(1;   Surrey  school   account   of  es- 	
limate, $1,000.00.   A number of small Seat salo opena on We(Jnesday morn-
accounts were also passed after which j jng. at Ryall's Drug- Store,
council  adjourned   to  meet   again  on Prices*  $1.00,  75c  and 50c;  gallery,
April llth ar 1 o'clock p.m. 25c.
ADVERTISE   IN THE DAILY  NEWS.
wlio, in
��� ' -: eech which admitted    the beautv
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
TO RENT���Two furnished room.-, near
postofflce; one suitable for lady.
Apply this office. def
WANTED TO RENT���A five or six
roomed house hy family of four.
Address "House." p. O. box 88, city.
FOUND���Hunch of key- Ownei ear,
have same hy applying at ihis office and paying expense-. def
the proposal in itself, laid stress "'' Centre- March 2, the reeve and all
upon Hi" fact thai Mr. Pringle's prop- lne,11,,era iM'in- present; Minutes of
osition really meant a system 0f st;l���. ' ll!vi��"s meeting were read and con-
charity, If any sur-h Scheme i, to
succeed wlthoul weakening Hie inde-
(���endence of the industrial clas- is and
Without      lessening     the     tendency   1o
GIRL WANTED���for general housework and care of children. Apply
to Mrs. ,|. Ross Sharp.--. Six'h avenue and Tenth streei. def-43
SUMNER'S
SEEDS
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FRESH STOCK
now in.   Package
and bulk.      List
Prices.
CURTIS'    I
NEW SPRING
CLOTHING
Just Arrived  in
TWEEDS and  WORSTEDS
The best selections we have had yet in
Men's, Youths' and Boys' Suit-.
Also a lot of Boys' Tan Cape Silk Lined
Gloves.
SEE OUR CORNER WINDOW.
H. L DeBECI
THE CLOTHIER
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firmed, Communications were received
���'���id dealt with as follows- I STRAYED���3-year-old     Jersey     cow,
i''rom -he city ci,.,- ,��� New We8J    '"i"' "lt;""'"' to horns.   Tic nnd ���,   nrug) Spectacle, and Seed Store
minster  re  conirihuiion   to  exuei
thrift.it must he based upon some plan '      ' :' ':'"'s senl "* Ottawa i lose
("' personal contribution���with  States " "    les   regulations  re   closing   Fra-1
increment, if yovr like.     otherwise ii iver above bridge   Received and
v\ ill  he merely the Initiation of a gi-
will he rewarded by giving informs
tion   to   Daily   News,   or   returning
laid	
same  to   103   Queen's  avenu.'.
���JOB   PRINTING���We   work     for     the
F. CRAKE
gantic .-('heme of State aids to people
v.ho  fall   to look  ahead  sufficiently to r'in~ to obtain a grant
provide for their declining years. ' '   '"' '!:''''', |,||lls '��" the Fraser river
We are inclined lo the view ihai the ;|!"1 Semiamoo and .Mud Kay. Received  .
From ll. T. Thrifi re -I xp. diency l>    J"" ,,""1|'1"    "[^    VVe��m!nster.       English   Watchmaker
Your   order   will
ie    appreciated.
ARROW   PRESS.   Room      I.     Daily    Two   doors   from   Ceo   Adams,  Grocer
News  Block, MRS.  DOMINY, Prop.
si lution of the problem Is to be found   C!erli '"  UT'"' to ""' chie�� Commis-
In tl stahlishmenl of some form of   ": '' "r  Lanii=  and   Works  and   re
NOTICE.
State life insurance and annuities in
conned lon wil h lhe Posl Office Department, ii should he easy to plan a
��� i hy which school children
. Id he able '\'. I he contribution of
n few ceir ,' ���' eek lo lay the foun la-
Hon  for  life   insurance.    The amount
Quesl him lo secure for Surrey grants
o all r*    I i nils   in ��aterfri nl Gil , i ���
wide.
The clei k   was  in-; ructed   lo  write
, up
pen
Ladies' Gold Watche   fr n   ���- i
Gentlemen's  Silver   Watches
  : face, $6.00
The public Is hereby notified that]    Gentlemen's Silver  Watches, double
1   Captain   Wan, ma .ter  of  the  ship   case, $7.50 up
Chelmsford,   will   nol   be  responsible     Agent for the celebrated South Bend
foi any debts that may be contracte i   Watches, supplier] to the Wellman Arc-
lo the Governmenl  and requesl  them   ,     ., .   ,        .,    ,. tic Expedition.   All warranted
    ,,     .,  ,. h}   the crew ol  the  said  ship. ,..   .       ,,.
ii   appolnl   Dr. McEwen coroner. \ Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc.
*'oun. Sullivan gave notice thai  hel (Sgd.i CAPTAIN WATT, '    VVatch repairing; cha
CLOCKS!
Marble Cased .        .   $16.00 to
$35.00
Iron Cased  .        .        .   8.00   "
13.00,
Polished Wood Cased     6.50  "
10.50
Fancy Gilt        .        .        2.50   "
9.00 i
China           .        .        .    2.50  "
10.00
Nickel Alarms.        .         90c   "
2.00
SEE   OUR   WINDOW
W. C Chamberlii
The Jeweler Columbia St.
A CENC Y HA MIL TON   U 'A TCHES
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YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PASS OVER THE CUT PRICE SUITS AT
waujHHifXa
LOT
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This sale includes Black Diagonals, Black Cheviots, Worsteds and Tw'eeds, all going at half price.
This means that you get a $20.00 Suit, made and trimmed as $20.00 goods should be, for $10.00.
All these goods bougnt before the rise in prices, so you get still better value for your money.
nau
Columbia Street,
THE
Wardrobe Clothier
New Westminster
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'���-^ ...y. M*RCH 5. 1907.
S"��       I M*. r��r.
'i'l'^ DAIL? NEWS
THE
CASH STORE
A Comprehensive^howing
of the New Spring
Garments and Fabrics
Having placed in stock
between twelve and
fifteen hundred
garments and four
shipments of Dress
Goods within a week,
we are prepared to
unfold to you just
what Dame Fashion
dictates for the coming season's  wear.
Of course you expect the best store to
make the best displays, to show variety; weaves and designs out of the ordinary; to give you a
larger selection to
choose from; and we are as anxious to win your
praise and appreciation there as in any other branch
of the business.
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��� ���    '   ��� la    muquets and      An   amateur  wrestling   tournament
��� ��� .    ���   ,'; ly, the Floi    v.Il] :ake place ai the Vancouvei  Ath-
u"' letic  club on  Frtdaj   evening,  M    . i
29, when a number of Interesting ei
���i   v. at.son ami ion were up
(���fore tin lerdaj morn-
i ,    and dls-
Fined, fl ...  . an i i osts
ents will be pulled off. Matches havi
heen arranged for In seven different
classes, the weights be ng as follows:
Bantam,  105 lbs. and under; feather,
The conundrum supper  .it   SI    An- n;'  lbs. and  under;  special,  125  tbs.
drew'a  this  evening should   nol     bo ''""1 under;  iieht, 135 lbs   and under;
overlooked bj  lh  who wish to en welter,   145   lbs. and   under;   middle,
joy  a  splendid    evening's    entertain '-'s   "'s  aad  under;  heavy, over  158
men! |!,s.
Quite  a  numb      ol   N'ew   Westmin Chief Mcintosh will  spend his noli-
ei     le   attended   lasl   evening's '':   '  prospecting on the coasl ol  the
mai   i   ol     Madame   Butterfly," mainland,     He  will   be  accompanied
a   the V'ani   avet opera hn            ... ! Captain Wilbur Johnstone and J, D
la! car returnln    w I    the theatre-go MacLeod, both of Vancouver, and he
after Ihe pi ij  was ovei
tat* - thai   he  expecl - the cruise
i vlend as far north as Prince Rupert.
' lh'   ��   r    '   '"��� ��i,:   The chief is an old hand al  prospeel
"   "'   '    "   ' '    lay.Maroh   ,n,     ,,,.  wu one ,���- lh��� ������,   U,M���
'    '"' '   M"   1'""1'    men to pass through the Bulklej Val
'"'" makln"  *"""   I'repar-   |ej ,|iMli,.t   and ,,���,,������, ���,,���,��� valuab!e
'   PVOnl' '"" ''   ' ' ,lme   gold   claim    in   the   neighborhood   ol
'    '    '   '   "'      W 'OH I       \.,.,:.,,    Ukl
���   social	
A   REVIVAL   NEEDED.
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Black and white will
be particularly strong- this
season. Paris and New
York sh*��w that by the
str mg demand. We're displaying a fine assortment
of these goods now, each
piece representing excellent values.
Shepherd Checks, 35c,
75c, and $1.25.
Novelty Tweeds, 65c,
75c, $1.00, $1.25.
Check and Plaid Silks,
65c, 90c, $1.25.
Black and white in
Ready-to-Wear    Goods
will be in ire than popular. It is now shown in
checks and stripes in the
Coats, Suits and Skirts,
and when shown in garments calls forth unstinted praise.
Come down and see
the overwhelming display of
New
Garments
��� In N'ew \\ estminsti I hit club
will n i In Malins & Coulthard'a offices  Wednesda    evening,  lo arrange   Notcd Evangelist to Be Brought Here
tin   annual meeting anil Bhool  on the Fa"'
Hood    l': Id i        Thurs laj      evening,
March   ll.  will he  the date  for their       ' :"'  N1' ni -*��-: tit   Association of this
annual meeting c"-v' :"  ''",ir meeting  yesterday, pro-
pi sed to put  on fool a  motion i<> Be-
U' Middlei  " v  toil has filed an ap    cure   -ome   noled   evangellsl   to  hold     |*
ition   for two in.'he. of water it J revival services in the fall.    This mai      $
helng wanted   foi   domestic  purposes,   Let   will   be  discussed  al   their    nexl     |
The water will be taken from a stream   meeting H
running  through  lol 950,  N'ew  West-;    Services In Ibe jail will be conduct-     $
minster district    The application will   ed  bj   the following ministers: March     $
bf heard on April  I \���   Rev.   V E. Vert;  March 17. Rev Dr.       *
,., ;,,���,,     r >������ . , ,.      . Rugg;   March   24,   Rev.   Dr,    Tavlor;
Hor a nice liuncb of viol..'-; or ( ar-
1 ������,.; ��� ���   , i    i        ���<���   i, ,.   ..        March 31, Rev   \. lien. Owen
n itlons,   telephone    1     |i.n les   g    Son,
I Florists,    ','el.   B20S Tl'"   Do"'mlon   Alliance  convention
I will be held in Vancouver on the 21,
A   stubborn   chimiiPj   lire  was   ex- and 22 of thi. month.
i'ienced   In   the   house  oci tpied  In The  Ministerial  Association of this     ��<
Mrs   Gordon,  Royal  avenue,  aboul   6 cit}   will be represented by the presi-     A
p.m. yesterday.   An alarm was turned dent, Hex   W. II   Barraclough,    Local
In in box 12, cor. Amies and Merlvale option will  be discussed al length al
THS
H^ILJ;!
streets. No 2 hose wagon responding,
Four extinguishers were used Before
Ihe blaze was extinguished
Owing   to   the   fact   thai   several   of
the members of the Halcyon Whist
club would I e unahle to lake pari in
Ihe weeklj tournament, a special meet
Ing has heen called for tills evening
:' the residence of Mrs. f. A. Welsh.
Sixth streel. The members are kind-
1; requested to tnke notice of the
hange.
The  Royal  Scots  Camp,    Sons    of
Scotland,  Vancouver, will    visit    the
Lord of the Isles Camp, N'ew Westmin-
ler  this evening,   ��hen   the   vlsitni ���
Inll late 1 nan.'" " of new mem'" 1
following   which   they   will   spen 1   a
If!   1 "in Ivlal  hour  together       After    re
linienl 1   lal car will * invej
hem home.
n 1
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"* a and Mrs. 11   Stead took place yes
I   ter.lii      tftornooi    li    llu    Oddfellows'
267 COLUMBIA STREET
this meeting, Those preseni al the
meeting yesterday were; Rev \v 11
Barraclough, Re\ \ DeB, Owen, Rev.
Robert Lennie, Adjt. ibis-din. of the
Salvation   Army.
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will leave lhal island as soon as bis
affairs can be arranged,
"A Cowboy's Girl"
Sparkling and bright as pure watei.
as entertaining and Interesting as a
letter from home, more Instructive
than an entire college faculty, and a -
funnj us a new funnj page of a Sunday paper. Is the 1 imcensus of opinion
of both press an 1 public as regni d -
lhe new   plnj, " \  C'owboj 's Oirl."     \
. piaj lb o 1 ertainlj deserves nil
Hie good things said about it. The
pi i\ conies to the Open house on
Pro -day.
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X THANKING OUR
numerous friends and
customers for the manner in which ti?ey have
patronized our store's during* the Mammoth Furniture Sale now in progress, we would like to remind them (and also their
friends who have not yet
availed themselves of the
great bargains offered)
that we have still a large
quantity of goods to clear
at greatly reduced prices,
which must be positively
cleared out to make room
for several consignments
now due from the east.
We have Carpet Remnants
still going at the exceptionally low prices previously advertised. So hurry up if you want them
in good lengths.
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Ooera   House   Bookinas.
,   ��� .     ���     ita nchl I      '     Mar. 7     >l Cowboy's tllrl
lUv. \V. II. Tl Mar. 9    Bonnie Brlei   '���'���
,: 1 W. K. Fales had       Mar. 1      Nl     Wife's  F imll
THE ONLY ONE IN TOWN
AT   THE   PRICE
of the tut iiisemei
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nt��l,  Is belli     ! ' '
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Mai ;'    ence Gab
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(Children's Aprons I
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Cottage iif 1 rooms, with very nice lol;
hot and cold water; barn, etc.; a dozen
fruit trees.    Price to an immediate buy< -
$750
only $350 cash required.
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Xo prevent          rroui ruuulug Into 11 >S
wlilb                         dve a  lon ipoouf d ;���;
ol , .;.��� . ���      In 11 1     fill of b 'i 1  Vi alei. '���*'
Id n  I     l>       I        lhe  Bit e ,.f  nn y
in ini  nml     ink 1          il ��� In  tlti- >.
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kL.pp , ,:.,i . ii ��� . i'ii innitf In  washii g '.
nl a I   isp loiiful of blai li *
i eppoi In tl      ��� ������ v ater y
Splendid assortment in
sizes 1 to 12 years.
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explanation  anil  tlefons ��� of  his   |I!
F    \V   Fell '
"In 19 ir.." salil b \ ' men \*ero broughl
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like soman) horses or mule.   No repu
luster a Ilyli
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iGilley Bros.Ltd!
table imlversllj \( ill allow otitslil 11
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Vlontreal
"ranch
.TAL  $14,100,000.00
RESERVE ...   ...   ...       '.   ...       $11,000,000.01
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sboulil be given the privilege
of playing.   Uhodes aud Yenrdley were
ringers and were broughl to Cincinnati |
v    '    especially  to piny  football,    l'eai-dley
wenl to school her.', but Rhodes never
. iti.'iiib't classes that l Know of."
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
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a;, hardman
Plumbing and Contracting
p. O, Box 248
m
Telephone 302
WELLINGTON  LUMP COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
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J VANCOUVER PORTLAND CE-
1 I      MENT.
* This   celebrated   Cement   is
��� lined by nearly all larfre contractors in the Province.
R0SE3ANK  LIME.
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NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.   ���
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE    CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,
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J Telephones: Office 16,   iVJznager's Residence 22
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*��������������������������* TRL DAILY NEW-
TUESDAY. MARCHj
TIMBER   NOTICES.
HERE'S A REAL
SNAP
One hundred and sixty acres in
Surrey Municipality; partly cleared;
good soil; alder bottom; house, barns,
etc., etc.   Price $9,000: easy terms.
Apply "A. A.,"   Daily News office.
CONSCIENCE MONEY.
What   thr  Old   Time   Publisher*  laid
Krom  n   Sciini- of .liiMlro.
Some Interesting details have been
given out lately as to tbe sums voluntary paid lo British novelists by
American publishers before the days of
International copyright. Any American
firm could reprint at once whatever Issued from the English presses, but
Home publishers arranged with British
authors for advance sheets of forthcoming works, thus enabling them to
gel the star! of "piratical" firms whl :li
paid tbe author nothing, It is interest.
Ine. to observe the occasional disparity
between the merit of the book and the
price paid. The whole thing was iii
the nature of n leap In the dark. Often
the sum given by the American publisher was really more than the Araer
lean rights would probably have been
worth bint it been possible to secure
them by copyright, Thus Anthony
Trollope got $3,500 for "Sir Harry tlol
spur," one of Ills poorest novels; George
Eliot $8,500 for "Daniel Deronda" and
Charles Reade $5,000 for "A Woman
Hater." No publisher today would
j.ay any such sums for these books if
lie were permitted to rend them before
buying.
(in the other hand, by way of com
parison, the very best books broughl
iheir authors only trilling returns from
America. Charles Reade received onlj
$u.riii for "Fut Yourself In His Place,"
$1,000 for "Hard Cash," these being
two of his finest novels, and $1,000 for
"Love Me Little, Love Me Long."
Thackeray got only $750 for "The New-
comes" and $500 for "Henry Esmond."
Trolloi btaiiied   from   the   Harpers
$125 for "The Bertrams," $250 for
"Castle Richmond," $500 for "Phlnens
Finn," Won for "Tbe Eustace Diamonds," "Orley Farm." "Lady Anna"
and "Ralph the Heir," The $000 for
his "Cicero" Is fully as much ns any
American publisher would give today
for tin. copyright of sui h a book.
Gc irge Flint received only $100 for
"Adam Bede" anl $500 for "Silas Mar-
ner." "The Mil] on the Floss" broughl
her $1,500,
Wllkie Collins and 1 ilckens were the
most popular authors of the pr py-
right period, and they fared bi i of all
at the hands of their authorized American publishers. The for r drew from
this country $1,800 f ir "The Woman In
White," $3,750 ea.-li for "Tho Moonstone" and "Man and Wife" and $3,000
for "Foot- Miss Finch." To Dickens
the Harpers paid $1,250 for "Little
Dorrlt," $1,800 for "Bleak House."
$5,000 each for "Our Mutual Friend"
nnd "A Tale of Two Cities" and $7,500
for "Great Expectations," this last representing the high water mark of such
voluntary payments.���Bookman,
The one thing that makes crocked |
things look straight and straight things I
crooked.
That which  speaks a  language  we
can all understand,  but In which so !
few are able to converse.
Purchasing   by   Scent.
"Tbe uo.se is a powerful factor in the
selection of flowers." said the proprietor of a flower stand. "I keep the
doors of this glass ease open In al!
kinds of weather. 1 want possible customers to catch a whiff of the fragrance, Most people buy flowers for
the smell Instead of the looks. Thej
will pass a shut-in flower stand day I
after day and never think of buying
anything, but just Iel ihem get the
odor of some favorite flower aud they
will go home carrying a bouquet us
big as your bat."���.New York Press.
Choice Creamery BUTTER
l-lb. Bricks 35c per Ib.
OR   IN
14-lb. boxes at 321 per Ib.
AT
CJolf StickK.
It is of the utmost Importance thai
the golfer should ' e on term- of the
mosl .��� implete c infldeuce and intimacy
with all the clubs in his hag. and particularly the wooden clubs, from which
he gets his length. Such confidence
cannot he established during the first
few seasons of .11  g lifer's expi . 1 , ce.
It n is a long time and much thought
te grasp what are the essential features of a wooden club that make it exactly suited to the peculiarities of a
particular player.���Fry's  Magazine,
ADAMS & DEANS
= THE CITY GROCERY ^^
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E.  WALKER, General Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
WHAT MONEY IS.
Is
II
Bait for the matrimonial hook.
The   most   effective   substitute    for
brains.
Money   is  the most difficult root to
cultivate.
That  which   women  look  for while
men sleep.
Money is the loudest sound in the ,
voice of life.
What  the rich  don't need and tbe
poor don't get.
A curse to some fjiat have il and a '
curse to all that hav����'t.
A provider for everything but happiness,  a  passpor!   to everywhere  but >
licu'en
THE SHORT LIVED DOG.
in. Normal Length uf Life but Ono-
oevi-mli Mini of Man.
Surely it is by an unfortunate dispensation of nature that tbe dog, beyond all question the chief friend of
man among the other animals, should
have a normal length of life which la
no more, on a fair computation, than
one seventh of ids own. There (s no
oilier figure which expresses the relative ages of man and his dog so well. '
Tbe puppy of otic year is about at  th*
Ban anine age as lhe child  of seven  |
At   two yi ars lie  is probably a  litiln j
more advan. ed  t .an  a  fourteen-year-
old hoy. hut the canine age of three Is
very  nearly  equivalent   to  lhe  human j
twenty one.     And    so    it    continues
through all lhe years of canine and of .
human  prime  respectively,   the  ratio
fairly well preserved.   It has to be ad-
tnittod that tl Id age of the dog. Urns j
compute,|, outlasts the old age of the
man. line hears stories which seem to
be fairly authentic Of dogs living up
to eighteen, and ii we do bear stories
of human beings living similarly up to
120, at least we do nol believe them,
But siicli an age for a dog is quite the
extreme limit. The dog of ten years
approaches the equivalent of the three
score and ten which had been named
as tbe fair end of the human creature's tether, and ou th,. whole the
multiplication of canine years by seven
nil through the stages of life jti'ves the
corresponding age of man better than
any other figure gives ft.���Westminster
Gazette.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
A general Banking; business transacted.   Accounts  may be  opened  and "eon-
ducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS  BANK,  DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed at current rates.   The
depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal
of the whole or any portion of (he deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRAXCH-II. R. DAVIDSON', Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVEN'IXGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
30 days after date, we intend to apply j
to tbe Honorable the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works t< r a (special license to carry away timber from
the following described lands in the
Coast   District:
No. I. Commencing ai a stake planted on shore of Tsi Bas Lagoon, near
v w. c<'i'. T. ll. 6829, thence north
r,.i chains, east 128 chains, sou;a 50
chains, west 1 L's chains to poinl ol
commencement.
Xo. 2. Commencing at a Make planted about in111 feet from eas; shore ol
A, iron Sound, near S. W, cor. T. L.
,;v::i. (hence soulll 80 chains, east Mi
chains to line of T. I.. 6941, north 80
chains to shore of Huaskin Lake, wesl
so chains, move or less, to place of
commencement.
Xo. :!. Commencing at the B. E, corner T. I.. 7512, about one mile from
head of Forward Harbor, X. E., thence
north so chains, east 10 chains, .south
��� 60 chains, wesl 40 chains, north 80
ch.tins to placi  of (ommencemi nt.
Xo.   I.   Co nclng   at   the   S.   W,
corner of T. I.. 7904, aboul one mile
north of the head of Frederick Arm.
' thence west 80 chains, south i i chains,
easl vo chains and south i > chains
with line of T. I.. 7439, thence i as;
10 chains to shore at S. W, comer lol
274, theme north 80 chains, west 40
chains, more or less, to point of com
mencement.
DATED this 26th day of February,
1907.
The Mclaughlin lumber co. i.m.
lly C. K. McLaughlin, Pre.-', and M. D.
LAND REGISTRY AIT.
*	
TAKE NOTICE lhat application has
heen made to register Edgar L. Webber as tbe owner in Fee Simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed  from the Reeve and
Clerk of Surrey, to Edgar I.. Wei r,
bearing the date Mi day of January,
A.D. 1901, of till and singular that cer-
' tain parcel or tract of hind aud prem
; ises situate,   lying  and   being in   the
District  of  Xew   Westminster,   in   ibe
.   Province   of   British   Columbia,   more
particularly known and described as
Lots  1 and 2 of lllock 10, subdivision
of South  East    quarter    Section   10,
Township 1.
Vou ami each of you are required
tc contest the claim of tiie tax pur-
' baser within thirty days from the
date   of   tile   first   publication   of   this
rn. ice. otherwise 1 shall register Edgar 1.. Webber, as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby ord* r thai publication of this notice for fifteen days
in a daily newspaper ; ublished at
Xew Westminster will be good and
sufficient   service  thereof.
I) ITED al tiie Land Re Istry Office,
Xew Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 17th day of January, A.I).   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Thomas Jeffries, Esq.
Al! persons served with this a 'ii".
and those claiming through or under
them, and ail persons claiming any interest in tiie said land !'.'��� virtue of any
unregistered instrument, and ail per-
si ns claiming any interest in the
said laud hy des,.en; whose title
is not registered inder the
provisions of the ' Land R* ' 'ry Act,"
shall he forever est* pi ed i 11 debar-
red  from  setting up any claim to or
ill respect   of the said   ia:; .   - Id  for
taxes as provl led :,;,��� tiie "Land R* Istry Act."
��&��y
SYNOPSIS   OF   CAN
ADlAN
H0ME.
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any:'V"i::il':' "onUnj,^
TIiono  l��i'li��  Question*,
How many of our worus nee absolutely superfluous, serving no end but
the waste of lime.
A man stood before a mirror. Ids face
well lathered nnd bis razor in band,
In came his wife. She looked at him
and Inquired, "Are you shaving'.'"
"Xo," in- replied fiercely; "I'm blacking the kitchen range.    Whore are you
-out driving or at the matinee?"-
Woman's Uouiri Companion.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacture��� and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Slock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
New Westminster
Telephone 12.
ftftrm i>�����������wtB���I.
:
1    i   |
1    """Ij at
district in
quired topet.
"   '��� :  tt   ..
I    [I
!���:..
'       I    ll
01
In the Railway
hia, may  be honn
sou wtiii is tl,,
or any male ovi
the extent ot   ,,,,.
ICO acres, more . .
Entry  tn i I
tbe local land i
which  tin- lan :
The homestc
form   tin-  conditio:..
with under one ol
Hi At leasi
upon and cul',
each j ear for thr<
il') li' -lie fathi
father is dec. a. ,
e,  resides upon
o.   ' ill'   land  en!'
ments as t.. re
hy such ; ei
:, ther oi  i othi
i    :.  ii..-   ���
��� -i e hi ������  u
ed i...  bim i:i
st* ol,   the   req iii���
���ii nee maj  he sai .
'i; on  'he  said   lan I.
Six   moil! lis'  QOtici '.   ���'.     ;
b*   given to the   C
ninj ei  Lands i I  i ::.'"!.'.;
to apply for patent.
Coal lands in.!.'.    > ��������� i ,,: f;..
per acre for sofl coi
thracite.     Nol mon .. i , ������
can be acquired bj
company.    Royalty ti ol i s
cents per ton of 2,0* 0 ] ��� ]
collected on the gr* -- i
W. V.. ��� 0RY,
Deputy of Uie Min
terior.
X. B.���Unautnoriz*
this   advertisement
for.
i.
:      ���:..
.     ..
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
"*��****��*��**~H
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has heen made to registi r .lames Lord
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from tbe Mayor and
Treasurer of the City of New Westminster, to Patrick T. Row ler, bearing date ih" 1Mb day of August, AI).
1902, of all and singular tliat certain
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying ami I.eing In the City
of Xew Westmlnste ���, it: the Province
ol British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lots 10 and
il. Block "D" St. Patrick's Square,
Vou and each of you aie required
to contesi the claim of the tax purchaser within forty-live days from the
'late of the first publication of this
notice, otherwise I shall register
���lames Lord as owner thereof in fee.
And I hereby certify that publication
oi this notice for thirty days in a
daily newspaper published al Xew
\\ ��� stminster will lie good ami sufficient service thereof.
DATED at the Lam] Registry Office
Xew Westminster, Province of British Columbia this 1st day of February, A.D.   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
Districl  Registrar.
To Henry Elliott, Esq.
All persons served wiih this notice,
and those claiming through or under
them,   and   all   persons   claiming any
Interesi  in the said hind hy virtue of
nny unregistered Instrument, and all j
persons claiming any  interesi   in the I
said  land by  descent,  whose  title is
not registered under the provisions of j
Hi''   "Land   Registry   Act,"   shall  bel
forever estopped  and debarred   from |
setting up any claim lo or in respeel
Of Hie said  land  so sold  for taxes as
provided by the "Land Reeds!rv Act."
NOTICE  IS HERE1  ���
sixty   days   after  dat*
apply   to   the   Hon*
Commissioner * I "    '
for  permission   to   i i
lowing tract of land -
District,   for  a   Mill  Si
ing a: a post  plant* I
S.   E.   Aim   Huaskin   1
\V.   corner   T.   I..   No :��� "
South   10    chains;     SV*
South 10 chains, mi :���
shore of Turnbull Cov*
with  shore line 20 chali
cl ains;   Easl   5    chains:
chains,  more or    less,
Huaskin    Lake;    th*
shore line 20 chains,
point   of   commen ��� . *
p   acres,   moi t or 1*  ���
DATED  this  19th   I
1907.
The  Mclaughlin  u
LTD.
Py ('. R   McLaughlin. Pn      '1   i1
LAND REGISTRY ACI.
TAKE NOTICE thai  n
hem  made to  registi r Kari  Brudvi
as the owner in Fee S
Tux Sale Deed  from C    '   '
Re* ve and  E.  M, Gs u '  '
the  Districl   of Surrey,
he  i lib day of Dec*      er,  V.D,
of ail and singular 'ii; I    ���
o:   tract  of land  and pn
I;. ing and being in the Di I
W* stminster, in tie   ".
Ish Columbia, mor* i b I
and described as  Lol
o! Section  25, Hi" :k 5 X n
West,
Yon  and  each  of ,    I
lo  contest   the  claim  i '
chaser within forty-five di
date  of the   first   publlcai on ot i
notice.  I shall register K      l;rilhl
as  owner  thereof In  fi ���        '���   '��� '
eel   thai   publication   of  tIii    "'
for thirty days in a daily newspan
published   at  Xew   Westmin
bo good and sufficient bi   ��� ��������������� llltre
DATED al  the Land Reg
Xew   Westminster,   Provinn   ��� I  |:
ish Columbia, this llth dm ,] JaD"'
ary, A.D. 1907.
C. 9. KKITH.
Districl !.'���
To Thomas Archibald  Mclnn*    <��� I
All   persons   served   i H i 'his "''*
tice,  and   those claiming through
under   tbem,  and   all   person
lng any interesi In lhe said land ���')
virtue of    any    unreglster* tl   |DS'
ment,   and   all   persons   claim:"- a .
interest  in  the said  land by '
whose  title  is  not   regit I  a���
the provisions of the "La" ��� i:'
Act," shall   be forevei   i
debarred  from  selling up ;i":'
to or in respeel of the ��� ���'''
sold   for   taxes   as   provlil* I
"Land Registry Act."
.,    . .jaca: n��o
nDav
MARC
[CD
THE DAILY NEWS
���
rou
CANNOT
DO
than carefully study the following
list  of  properties for sale by us.
kVERY   DAY   new  bargains   are
listed.   EVERY DAY bargains are
sold.   EVERY DAY prices are ris-
,   ���     , n in�� and TO-DAY is your opportun-
v<   We have choice farms fine residential properties, lots throughout the
:ty for building purposes    Homes for the people.   If you have not already
(called on us, do so now.   It will repay you.
o
Tel. 333
FRONT   STREET
Tel. 333
TT^TCRES   MURCHIE   ROAD.
gABY.    $1S0  PER   ACRE.
\
���
:,., lots, corner 3rd
Si 5-room house an l
$1,500, one third cash,
mths al T per cent.
��� . . , I, "-, nl' a mile
on Porl Moody; 8
cultivation; 7-roomed
:.; chicken house,
e i and In good
nice $4,500. halt
mths at 7 per cenl
LOTS    OF     LOTS
In      BROWNSVILLE
Near  thc  Bridge
Cheap
Full-sized lot No. 8, between Gth & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
H
F course, a man who won't try
"Progress
Brand"
Clothing
is never going to know how economical good clothes really are.
Do you wear "PROGRESS
BRAND"? w
L.   de: BECK
.
Lot 56x132 ft. on
qUi ��i - Av.. north side,
�� i c..'. block 6, S. block
5* ; rice $1,000, half cash,
bal,,; per cent. Lane on
back of lot.
.. aci es  jusi    oul side cit; .     I .
frame ho ise;  harn l:\ir, frame,    I ia
ai ie cle ired,  rea Ij     for    cultiva
Prici    $1,100..  hall   i i . uu e U
months al 7 per cenl.
-;j ������' 11 ':��� house, ]0 ro un-'. also
modern Improvements; lol GiJxKili;
lane at bai      part of lol   e   out with
fruit    tn     anl    nice    lawn,    r
$2,750. $1,3 tash, halance 6 and  12
ml It- al 7 ; er (ent.
One : . ' .��������� i lot, 66x132; 2 storej
louse; 1 flush closei   i isi tirs;
all in uli irove nents; new house;
$1000.   y2  cash,  t;  in 6 months al  7
I
mi  Fifth   avenue,  sub   II,   10
$300  cash.   '-   cleare 1;   sl    I
i;;2 feet
-   19, 20, 21, face on 16th
avenue; 2 corner lots
le ; ii s $200 each.    Price
Single lota at cash,
i lot In Sapperton, facing
Price $150 cash,
ise, 7 rooms; I al i, :' isi
-ic |, hot and < old water;
lag   I'll   avenue    and     3r I
Price $2,400, V4 < ash
me-half   acres   between
i    Eighth    avenue;    south    '
treet.    Price $2.5C0.
i enl     Good size I stable and fruil   ' ,;i:" ' anJ   cultivate I
Second house :   mi 8th streei    ���'���  casn.  balance    6,
esl. on  uppei side.
SPECIAL
! 'ots, with double corner,
or section 1, 2 lots section
2, near Richmond St., Sapperton, for sale. $600, half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
Six   an i   one  h ilf acre-, one  a   ������
:" i ;    foi   planting;   1  1-2 ac-
iartlj   cleare I.    House.  5   rooni
torej   an i   half,  small  bam;
li m e;   :: iii  trees and sti 1
plants;   $1,700,  half cash;   bal-
iree months at 7 per cenl.
is is a \ iiuahle holding, and neai
���   cit        ill and bring this a Ivi 1
:   ement   with  you  for further   1   1 I
'���    :    acr* ���   m    \' incouver   Roa I,
' f* el    330 feel on Jubilee road facing three road-;  i-3 mile from Jubilee
"ii on the tram line, near Koyal
0      botel.    Small  house;     3    acres
rice $J.,500.
12,  and   18
months al  7 per cent.
Seven-roomed house, Seventh street,
near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
sized lot, $1,600.
One and a half 1 its, Sapperton, just
off Columbl 1 street and Brunette, only
$1,200.    Terms to he arrange I.
Full sized lot. No. 12 Third avenue
and 13th street, north side. $300 easy
terms.
Large lot and two cottages on Co-
lumbia street, Sapperton. Moth rented
al $10 each.
Frame house, Eighth .-treet: 2 storeys; 6 large rooms; water, telephone,
small shed.   Between 3rd and  Uli av-
��� n   ".    good   view.     Price  $1,300.   $600
cash;   $300  In  six  months,  ?lou  by
monthly payments of $10.
One and one-hair storey liouse and
full size lot, situated north side of
Koyal avenue and corner of MeKinnis
street;   h rooms
COUNCILJItETINO.
Chiiliwack Council.
A   regular meeting of the corporation   of  the  townKiii;i  of  Chiiliwack
and the matter left iu the hands of
the reeve and clerk to adjust and thai
a small portion thereof sold to T. Bart-
letl be released from the mortgage
and thai the clerk be authorized to
produce the certificate of title to the
was  held   in   Ihe eonrl   house  on  Sal-   ,.������,   reglstly  office  for   thai   purpose.
ni day.  .March   'j,   HuiT.    Present     the
Carried.
Evans���Wilson:  That  the township
1 "    "'""   ' fromiof chiiliwack hereby endorses the pe
ri eve ami all lhe councillors.
(lommuni
lhe undermentioned and deaii with![tltlon presented by'the property own
as follows. G. R. Calblck. re municipal ers ,������ the Chiiliwack and Sumas to
lock-up; Barrow���Wilson; that the the Legislative Assembly of the Pro-
communication of G. A. Calblck be re- \ vince o�� Brlti8h coluiiii.ia and thai
ceived and filed, and left ln the hands c, w, Munr0 m.l.a., be notified to
bath room, hot and of  Lhe   ���ollce  col)1I1,itt^o.>.  and   that   this effeel
cold   water, closet;   woodshed;   young   the   (.|(.,k   w|.il0   ���u,  (;()vf,ni,mM1,   ,-,���.
bearig   fruit  trees;   streets on  three
sides;    line   view
cash.
Price  $1,800.  $900
permission to place said lock-up on
the Government lols at hack of court
house.    Carried.
Curried.
Ashewll- Harrow; That the chief of
the fire department be authorized 1 *
Inspect the Henderson hall in accord-
1 ance with the em-ess from public as-
One full sized lot, 2nd lot from cor-     Ashwell���Wilson; That the clerk be semblies by-law   and   report   on   the
ner, 14th street  and 8th avenue, lot instructed   to  communicate   with   all  safety of the same to the council al
*'.*; xiil feet.   $250 cash. I parties whose awnings are less than 7  their nex'  meeting on  the rub Inst.
feel   in  the clear, that they must   be   Carried,
reaise   up to  this  standard   at  once. ���
Carried.
We  have   a
few
valuable
lots
	
Between
9th
street an
d Sth
stre
et.
Between
3rd
and
4th
avenue.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commmanding
17 lots, full sized on Gth street, in  situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot   of
320 aci es; soul h half of lot 28, sei
Hall's Prallie ro 1 1.
iod harn.
;
���.5  23.   3E
,   39.   40:    ,
ill
size;
eas
: eared:
Eighth and
Seventh
aver.
a 11 d
Cumberland
street.
I
ish.
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
Burnaby,   East   side   100   yards from
w house and   Cliff   Can   factory.     Price  $1,020.
House on Royal and Eighth street,
two storeys, seven rooms, full sized
lot, $2,000.
Ashwell���Jackson: That the constable be Instructed t i have obstruction
complained of, remove 1 at once. Carried.
S. A. Cawley. secretary or board of
trade, enclosing a resolution of that
body  requesting the councl
The rules of order having been suspended the Temporary Loan By-law
was then introduced, read 1st anil 2nd
times, committed and then received in its third reading and will be reconsidered on the Bth March, 1907, at
8 p.m.
Finance committee reported the foi
:.  Twelfth   streel    i*   *    o
ti i Thir I avenue; v. esi  si;
i;    :' ill   Bize.    Price   $3,50 '
.���I Lots   between   Seventh
'. I Hamilton street, ea3t of
��� el: all cleared an i fence I;
. on one of the lots. $1,50 i,
:.. e . ne ye ir at 7 pei
-. half mile watei front, G.N.
through.      $9,460, terms
��� tigate.
50x150, oul I ie city  limit-
lot.     Fuller   particulars  on
,;-' m cottage, 7th Ave.&
61 '., facing' Tth Ave.; 2
:ed lots; name of cot-
ta Cecil; bath room,
: sheds, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees. Price
$1800, half cash. bal. 6&
1-    >s. at 7 per ct.
Snap  in Lots.
Vacant  lots for sale In al! parts of
the City, from $25.00 to $3,000
SO acres, one mile from Abbotsford,
10 acre- i leare I, good - ill, 22" fruit
trees, price $1,400. half cash, balance
lu three equal payments at reasonable
,. ...-.
;;, .   .    es Improved 1 in !.  buildings
mj shi ���      mi  le e, neai  C! '"'dale:
cultiva   m, $15.coo.   If you
can  handle  this, don't   delay;   it's a
tin; terms can be arranged.
160 a-re- goo I farm land in Delta,
, it :.i.. miles from river, near Scott
a .. $12 per acre; a real good buy.
James Inlet, three square m
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy
40 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
ancl 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.
Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey
house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)   '""^   requesting the council  to com-1 lowing bills correct and would recom
All modern conveniences;    hot   and munlcate with the council of the City mend payment of same:H. Jesperson
cold   water,  bath,   flush  closet,  lava-!"1'  New Westminster, the municipal!-   (loan), $3,400.00; O. A. Calbick,  f��0;
lory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot   tles ot  Kent'  Upper Sumas, Matsqui,  J   MeCutcheon.    $1.00;    S.    Mellard,
G6xl32, with lane in rear;  part of lot   T'angley Slim'>. Delta, Richmond, Co-   $25,00;   C. B. Reeves,    $16.00;    J. O.
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,750.   p'uItlam an<l Maple Ridge asking them  Nichol,   $5.65;   .1.   O.   Nlchol, $14.00;
$1,500 cash, halance arranged. |to co-operate in Uie gathering of data  John  Wilson. $5.-00;   Chiiliwack Lum-
as to the silting up of the Fraser river! ber Co.. $20.00, $20.59; c. W. Chadsey,
and in circulating petitions to the $4.00; J. Pelly, $60.00; Mrs. Atkinson,
Provincial or Dominion Governments $24.85; Total, $3639.34,
streets' in that behalf.   Jackson���Good: Thai
House and lot, 3;i x 100, l^-storey.
situated  near Queen's avenue, $1,350
It's up to you to stop paying rent. .���, instructed to communicate with lhe!
2 lots, J", 21:  No. 20, $170: No. 21,
1 corner 1   $175.    Durham  and  Second
the communication of S. A. Cawley be
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.	
es, Westminster district,  10
tiltlvatlon,   M  acres or
���   ei le ���   pi inte I
; al le ���   ��� ittom land; r inning
i IS X 22;   frame ;. ,;n 30
��� ���   :: tme house  an i  co*
��� i in all, stable 8 cow., and
- :  near Mission Si iti m;
near    at    hand;
twl " a   laj ;   ihoul  100
��� ���   '.: an : ce lar, never beeu
11   refused   for   standing
i   ���   .   ise  16 x 21:  hen
le    f he.' e I timber laid In
A * hance of a life
��� ". . ; i  0 ca ih, balance at 6
and two lota on Fi
l*osii ��� q ieen'8  p irk.    I'"1  '
���'  bloi ks,   fruit   lan 11,   n* u
i  $20 per acre
in sec, 32.  Timber, fir, ce
��� der.   iim, | soil; good roa Is.
��� full particulars,
I    acre   cleared;    3   miles
'   $10.00 per acre. U, cash.
rn'.:
acre, $1,	
au'tui   ���-.
nil
IG i acres on the Si ol   i ia I, 15 ai r
cleared;   barn  50 \ 30;    ' ihi*
lid soil; only $30 per
i a li. bal ini	
Between  Fifth and  Sixth
rear Seventh streel   c ;hl rooms
mod*     .     i ���    and i       sen house, full
sized   : it,   two   storo-,   $1,000  > i   i,
$2,500.
160 acre- In Surre; . 5 acre- cleared,
ten ... on road side, $1,800, hall cash
��� n   time  at   6   per   cent , 811 -
:..,.��� io sale if timber,
pari 0f i���t 369, Joins Lake Commur,
.,.,���,,, :n acres, oul* $25 per acre
Half cash.   Jump.
, l(...    ,.;,.,;!,..',, ���::. under cultiva
hot   ".  barn, sheds, etc. all In
,.,i   repair;  a  snap   il   $3,000,  hail
I hi roomed    house . all    modern
,   aveniences, on Carnarvon street an I
8lxtb  street,  two store;, s. $.1,750.
I oi So, 12, facing on Ith Ave ���
1st    and   2d St., half block
fi,,,,,  Park.   $475. $275 cash, bahinco
���Ms.   Vtigusl and 2lsl Februai
GO acres Rood fruit land in Surre;. ;
can  be bought   now  for $25  lier acre.
t   onlj one quarter cash nee led, balance
in one or two years at 7 per cent.
[80 ai res, Maple Ridge, Section- 2S,
29 and 32, Township 9, one-half prairie, rest brush an I some small trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Si
tion 29, $60 ; ei ac e; Section 2S, $55
per acre. Teleplu ue at Hammon 1:
telegraph stati m, Pitl River Br! Ig i.
Ti rms, half cash, hal,ime one and I ' i
years al 7 per cent.  Exclusive agen. *,
House and lot, 50 \ 1-'.. back of
brewery, facing Columbia St. Rents
: ii i:\ 00 per month. Price $t.:oo,
half cash, balance In six months.
You cannot posslblj get a higher percentage for your money than 11 per
cent.
Oue hundred and sixty acres N. W, several municipal councils as request-
U  Sec.    15, Township 11, two miles ed,    Carried.
from  Fort, Langley,  5  acres slashed,      H. H. Colllnson, re defective bridges.
No. l land.    Price. $10 per acre. One Wilson���Barrow:   That  the oommuni-
third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent. cation of ll. ll, Colllnson he received
interest. ana- np.,i, ana- thai G. A. Keefer. resl-
One hundred aud sixty acres, N.W. dent engineer, and Mr. .1. It. Kennedy.!
'i    Sec. 25, Township  16, 2V2  miles M p.,   be  communicated   with   calling
from      Abbotsford,    creek     running to their atentlon the urgent necessity
through, 50 acres alder bottom, said of Immediate steps being taken to re-
to be $600 worth of timber on the lleve the preseni situation and would
property,    Prii e $10 per acre, '_. cash, recommend  the    suggestions    herein
I alance on time
Ashwell���Barrow: That the finance
committee's report  amounting  to  $:'..-
'   ' ���'"'   '" [ n1'"1' ;,:i'1 '1|1'   '!l" ,|,!lc I 639.34,  be received  aud   adopted.  Carried.
Jackson���Good:   That   the   council
do  now   adjourn   to  meel   on   March
r.th  at   S p.m.    Carried.
Ten acres in Lol 163, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleare 1.   $30 per acre.
Too
Goo
d  to
Miss
House:   Dining
Room.   Paf
lor.   2
Bed
Rooms.
Kitchen
Bath
Room,
Pant
y:   Chicken
house  and
Wood
Shed
.  Electric L
ght.
.$1,150
Cash.
i utlined,  to  their  sei ions  considera- i
tion.    Carried.
Jos. Scott, assessor, advising completion of roll for 1007. Wilson���Evils: Thai the communication of Jos.
Scott I e received and file I and thai I
the council sit as a couri of rvvl -i in
on Monday. April 8th, a' I1 in . 'it
the court liouse. Chiiliwack,   * arrl
ll. X.  Smith, re drainage  scheme.
Received and filed.
Petitions were receive l    from    E,
lteece and others re sidewalk .ill the
v esl side of Mary street. I ac
Good: Thai the petition of E, Reece
and others he receive I and filed and
i quesl complied with, and that a com- |
m It tee be appointed lo wall on the directors  Of   the   Agricultural     Society
BUNGALOW
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
cast end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; '2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,7BO. Terms $600
cash, bal. or mortgage.
One
between
House, comer of Fifth avenu ��� and
Sixth street, one lot, two storeys, s
rooms, $2,500, halt cash.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
street. Sapperton: rents for $ln per
month.    Only $1,050.
House.    J.0    rooms.   1'2    lots,   near asking their consent to the moving of
Fourth   avi me   and   Seventh  street, the cattle sheds in order to widen said
$2,0.00.   Terms can be arranged. streel  to d uniform width of 86    tet,
i :, ;,, r* s, one mile from  Hunting Carrl ��� I,
B.C., Ti* a.-re- in grass, 15 acres The reeve appointed Couns, Ashwell
.,1 and fenced;  house and barn and Jackson,
cosl f^.r..*'1: good road along one side; c it. Ashwell & Son and others re
rice $50 por ai re, half cash, halance ,,.:  |   [0    Popcum.       Wilson     Harrow:
lo sail purchaser at 6 per cent.   Rea- Thai the petition of G, It. Ashwell and
sou for sellin '.   the owner's wife is in others be received and filed and that
had health, and has to go to a cold the couctl agree to open the road relate.                                               , quested sufficlenl  for the purpose at
lioulile tenement house. 5 rooms In present   provided   the  Provincial  Gov-
each house, water, light, full size lot, ernmenl continue the sail road as tar
between    Tirst    and    Second     Street, as Popcum.     Carried.
House and lot on Agnes street, two   Fourth avenue, on north side.   Price,    Thomas  Whlttaker and others    re
iVi ,          ., a real snap at  $1,500, half cash, balance In one year gazetting of   road      Wilson���Evans:
at 6 per cen'. Thai  the petition of Thomas Whitta
lfifl acres, all fenced, ready for cu
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
NOW IN
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
storej i,
$2,500.
,��*nBJCaw "one'tnird'eash, balance tlvatlon, good water, hair mile from
>   ' ' , school, at Chiiliwack, $75 per aor-s.
nl fi per cenl
Meadows,  only
McQUARRIE &  co-
^^        Real   Estate Brokers      	
, . ��� i nirv ���tj Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Agents for Employers' Liability, and union
ker and others be read and tiled and
that   the  road bo  gazetted   as request-'
ed when the 1907 Gazette Bylaw Is
being pasted.    Carried.
Jackson���Evans: Thai the solicitor
he requested to Rive a written opinion
regarding the legality of the collecting of school taxes south of the Ve 1 ler
Creek, and being in the school district of  Lower Sumas.    Carried.
Wilson���Barrow: That the loan of
H. Roberts be extended for 5 years
8PR0TT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
3.J6 Hastings St. W ��� Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-rtve  Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand.
R. j. SPROTT, B. A., Principal ilk
,^^^
AFTER STOCKTAKING
We'have special inducements to offer in
CROCKERY   AND GLASSWARE
in order to make room for our spring stock,   which  is  expected soon.
The  market  quotations  are  sure  to  advance on the following staple
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place your orders for these goods at once.
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
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Public Supply Stores
Social and |j        a
Personal ||
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���
Matter intended fi i thi* ci lumn should j ^
be addressed, "Social Editor, Daily 1 ^
News  P.O. Box 402, New Westminster."     j    J
..A Cheap Home..
A good House and three Lots
on  Third Street for  $1900.
Mrs. .!. B. Kennedy will not receive
again until the third Thursday in
April.
Mrs. H. R, Honeyman left yesterday
for her home in Neepawa, Man.
Mrs. !.. Hamilton went away to her
home in Sandon, B. C, yesterday afternoon.
William Georg< Campbell, who has
I. en here in connection with the opening of the B, C. Distillery, left yesterday for Toronto.
\v. .1. Mathers, of the firm of Brack-
man <fc Ker. has gone to Raskin on
business for the firm.
\ 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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DRESS GOODS1
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������Mm^
Fashion's  Favorite   Fabrics for this season are
in our Dress Goods Department
showing.
no* being 6hown
There is a large variety ,n thi
i*s in
ANOTHER
ANOTHER!
} MURALO |
Nice 2-storey House, corner lot,
on Queen's Ave.  Only $1600.
E. R.  Patterson  left yesterday  for  ��
Lytton, where he will    speni
time.
some  ��
*���
*
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St, - - New Westminster B. C
Mrs, J. 1). Kennedy left yesterday
for Lillooet, where *he will spend Uie
next few weeks.
Ready for use when
mixed with water
���
!
���
STORE WINDOW LIGHTS.
'Phone   105.
'Phone   tC5.
Any person can apply it ���
THE   CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
While
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phcne   103.
VV.'e.a'.'t.V.'ett'ia'&.W.t.'ew
ReBTDlatloiiN    For    Their   Control    n��
Applied  In  Berlin.
The regulation of artificial lighting
Iu connection witb window displays is
��� subject which has been given com-
���   paratlvely little attention by the municipalities of this country, considering
the extent to which it is used for this
purpose   in   these   days.    Thai   this
phase of the lighting question demands
closer scrutiny there cau be do doubt,
and it might be well for information
on the matter to look to th ise cities
which have given it study.   Stringent
regulations have been adopted In Berlin and other European cities, when
merchants were Inclined to take advantage of laxity iti the premises.   In
Berlin   lamps   outside   shop   windows
must not be lower than ten feet above
the  pavement   or  project   mere  than
forty  inches   from   the  wall.    Where
the lighting in the windows is done by
oil. petroleum, pis flame or Welsbnehs
there must always be a sheet of ttln^s
not less than one-tenth of an Inch thirk
under   the   lamps   and   running   the
whole length and breadth of the shop
windows,  so  us   to   completely  cover
the articles in the wiudow. and nothing is to be put above the lamps.   The
lamps must be at least  forty Inches
below  any   Inflammable   part   of  the
eonstrurtion and ten Inches from any
such part horizontally.
There are also regulations as to iron
Screens where there is hare wooil and
as to efficient ventilation. Rare flames
i are not allowed in Igniting the gas.
' This must be done by chemical or elec-
I trieal kindlers or by electric distance
I sparls kindling arrangements especially sanctioned by the authorities. The Ellard Block.
regulations   for  incandescent  electric   .	
lamps are aboul  equally strict���llu
nicipal Journal and Engini er,
ANDERSON!
AND LUSBY!
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Black and White Checks, Shadow Plaids. Fancy Wcr-tfrte  r-
cus. Fancy
Check  Homespuns, Plain   Grey. Homespuns,     with     almost    i
shadings of color;   Dark   Suitings, in plain and fancy oatternc. e,
r- vi ns.    (5tp[p.
ed Homespuns,  in  a   variety  of colors,   and   White   Homespuns
small patterns,
A beautiful soft finish is characteristic of every piece. ''M
in Canada" too, and this season's production eclipses any previcu
tempts in the manufacture of. Cress Fabrics. . See these ne
and you  will   agree that there is nothing better fcr as little rr
goods
ey.
All 54 inches wide, and 6old   in   Suit   Lengths,  Skirt   Lengths
by the yard.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
DICK'S
MAKE ���MZ    OLD  COUNTRY WATER.
PROOF  LOGGER  BOOTS
HENS LAY
Eggs are High
BY USING
STVRTEVANT'S
Egg Food
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG STORE
New Westminster
JUST TO HAND.  EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF. SEE THEM.
and Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices.
See our Window and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
0
0
8
Every article or piece of Furniture in our establishment
at actual cost without reserve. First e, first served.
We need the cash, and .you want the goods. This is a
chance oi a lifetime.
W. E. PALES,
716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.      Rear Extension.  Front St.
WiCf.'tyaiXa'.W.'artV.'f'W
Friendship.
Friendship, (his beautiful relation of
life to life, son; (o soul, Is of most se.
rious Import. It sometimes makes our
warmest friend in reality our worst
enemy. Had qualities in a friend are
false lights���they lure to evil. Many
of us are constituted so that it Is easy
for us to form friendships. Let us be
careful of those thus brought under
our influence and power. Let us keep
them unsoiled. Let us feel that grave
responsibilities lie In our friendships
ami that they also enshrine glorious
opportunities,
Moreys
POR
NEW   WESTMINSTER,
Second Hand Junk Store
(>   (>   O   O   O   O    O    (I    (>   <)   ()
Highest Prices Paid for STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
II was the tirst pei formance of one
of those overadvertised shows from
New York.
"You don't think much of It." said
the manager in surprise. "Why, the
whole house Is e Id."
Tbe critic s;  Hod l:no\i ln;rly.
"J dou'l doul tit.' he r ���; lietl ns hit
Jotted down rn ith ���:��� r iast. "i heard
several people (lie i nil m e suy thi
tame thins-."   Phi      . y	
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
Jao-a-Lac
Gives new life and lustre to
Old Tables, Chairs,
Furniture
and Picture Frame: .
It is the Ideal Finish for
floors, interior woodwork,
bath rooms, sash and sills.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia Sl
Limited
Between  Columbia  and
Fraser River Hotel
Apply by mail,
or by
'Phone No. 214
I THREE GOOD BUYS!
Late Car From Vancouver
Tuesday, March 5th,
after the
Opera Madam Butterfly
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Seven-roomed modern Dwelling' on Carnarvon St.; stone wall in front, street at back;
fine grounds and view; newly papered
throughout. Price $3,000. Good terms.
Modern seven-roomed Dwelling on Third
Street, near Queen's Ave.; good garden
fruit, etc.    Price $2,800.   Good terms'.
Beautiful corner on Queen's Ave. near
Park; size 100x132 feet; frontage on three
streets; beautiful garden, and lots of fruit
of every kind; cosy cottage, and exceptionally fine view.   Price $2,750.00.
F.J. HART & CO.,Ltd.
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LOTS   IN  THE
WEST END AT
A  BARGAIN. AND
on easy terms, too. Sloping towards the
south, with magnificent view. High and
dry, and partly cleared. No better investment offered. Price-Corner lots, $175;
inside lots, $125 ancl $150. Half cash, 1-1
in 6 months and 1-4 in 12 months, at 7 per
cent interest.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. PfcARSON, Mgr.

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