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 *���   VncSTMIXSTKUjU'.,  II IM.N1   VlORSIM;, M UU II  I!.. 1907.
10 CEN rs IM'.i; WEEK
\APAL  ENVOY  PASSES
THROUGH CIT)
SHORT SESSION HUSH SINGING TWO   THOUSAND   MEN
OF CITY COUNCIL PLEASES MANY PAID OFF
i d Church Dignitary, Bearing Letters
Mikado of Japan, Visits Roman O
plans Building Big Hospital in Koiw
���m Pontiff to
-lie  Fathers
ALD.  GR/> /  ASKS  I    R FI8HI RK ',   (   ,'...! Rl   ni i n  IN  ST. PA THICK'S
DE^: NEW
CLOTHZS FOR  FIREME N
lop  Count   Vay  .l.-
li dignitary ol
. .   by   birth   of a
elm
���
ingary,   re late I   ������
ol   the  Pope,
.   ;:,   11.   M
. ne I  from   mm-'
land, to    the
mi   New  West-
u   the lt> v. Father
.... !: iiip  bas  just  re-
Europe, where
i nun   busines
. . ,-'.. whtli i -ii a
was received In au-
i ���   -  Pope PiUS X.,
... ith Important doc-
.... Mikado   of   Japan.
>.. his far away
Bishop    Vay    will
L al   Toklo  for  the
lp0S( ci Ing  tli" documen
J
It is th, m of the titled bis-
ge   hospital   ir,   liis
this end  In   view,
I received several large
[ ling   financial   assist-
Piei; ���''������'   Morgan   and
D!' R     ���    lie r.    The money sub-
, ; ��� ���-,��� two capitalists '��������� 111
., ������        ��� lie building ni a home
fi :    Bhij.wn ,-:.. i    a. ..
'���"M     e sti
i iu,   in  Korea,
'       ' n,    if
ii wh.) has a
minen .    he   Church
I1)
.���
v Idely  known levotion to
He   ;-   .,
���   ��� ferei
..   ..,  ��� ...
....
���
' il hin self on r,
���    I Bii ish Colum-
��� , sayi t thi as ihe
.   h,   ha I   evei
Whil,   . n   :..    tour  t! Canada,
i.   '   p   '.',    -... s  the       nor,
ol iii - Ex, ���      ,      i:    ....      mil     h
ilso entei     ned 11    V\ Innii ei   bj    In
Lieut, ..        Gove   nor,   S      Daniel   11.
Me Millan.
Count \        e Va eclallj      n
erne I   In Insti icl I n   ���:��� ���������   .. .1 -  c; r
��� i   nn   in  Fusan,   n  i   il   i-   to  I
���   ��� ng.  He has booked
the   C,   P.   lt.   steamship
Em ress ol In lia, w hi, h is scheduled
��� -   ail this aft, 1 no, n  for Japan and
...   ports.
I   ili<     UFIjnri
Th,   1  .
���
���I.    K.   ill] I   A.   Ill ��� :    ���
I],pill 1  .       , l\, lu;-   111  111
HAU   FULFILLED  ali   EXPEC Seattle Building Trades'Strike  Has Commenced  in  Real
I-ATION8    MAYOR'S  8UCCE8S. c             ,11       . \iril n     Q-                     LT  .             C n's
Lamest    Lockout Will be biggest in History ot City
i,.��� nn 1  im,,    ,,: Operations Suspended  Indefinitely.
ho   illl,  !   .'      Patrick' 	
. 1 '  night, v..... 11.11
Hi,.|i   cxiii piiition Seal le,   March   1-.    Contractor!,  of   whereas  the  union  demanded    ti    $3
I,   tllle I      The Sl ���""'' "1"' ''���'   !'""'' ' '    "!  ;l"'  Mua    8cale'
I, |,���    .       i ii,,. ,, , 1 ,   ...   inii .-,,,.   11 .-   nml, 1. -i  '   ui nidation,   Hum  uftei At 2 o'cl, ck this afternoon the
1,         r,e   ||���, 0|,,   rllV(,|    noon paid oft more than 2,0n0 Rklll, 1 ter Builders' association wenl Intu
.,. ,   ],���;,|  ���   ,..,i    "���" ��� 1. in: nan   in   ilu-   iniiiiiiii        rail   . crei   session  thai Iti8te<! until   ift,
. | ���,,_ w|ti. iim   and  told  them    thai    Iheli      ervi 'clock.    \ inembei ol the pr,   1 com
,.   il,|  nol   i.e.   required   iinlil  after  11 niltteo Bal I
:. 1 |i 1.1, 'en -,     settlemenl     had     been "We have decided to suspend ";   r
r, iched with the Building Trad       :i ntlons In   illnllely, until  we enn  come
Hoinlily, which hail authorize.I n   itrll.e to   01m   ugrcomenl with the lalioi    ,r
.1   |���. ,,indc   ��"  ;,n  "Di rtmenl   house  In li m ,   eel   I   ;��� H Izutlous       Hum   Ih   It    sei   1    11
,       ;       ft]           n      .,, M    ������,, h,        ,.     1 ,,,���,    li; JenkliiH & Joneson Mi II    n sire, lockout."
:,   ,|,.,    ,,,,    '   ni <>l    KM'.,....-.  " Harrs   Hi ,-l     .1   1      '! :"' l,u-vln�� "!l' '"' n"' ""'"  ��'lu'1(l '
2.   Kef, .
��� ' 11 Id be Impossible
ot In     1 han 11      e'.i   hand to
��� from the .1,
���     . .       eoiii 111111 ������<      '   '   -' ���  ';       '���'���'       in,    led    ,1
ilu     1 ������iiiMiiM'  of ilie  liisi  1 real  lo, !<
Addition   lo   Schn.ikc's.
,,., 1     ||)r,     ,| f     .^   ,   oul   nl   mum,n   labor In    the    bulldln        The   iireparatloiiB  for  Ihu proposed
1 H
'���'< m.i m     \ violin    olo b\    I   , !u
.  ���   Mh.       .ill
...   wat, i-   n \y,   tmlii     '���'     ;'   :"'' "'"'I'ieee;      Kalhlo 11    Min
11 .'       ' ,.:,,..
:  mi  wati :   comnilitee.   '
voin noon,"  hy  .1.   li.  tiuriiey,     SWc, 1
Tippornry   In   Iho   Spring,"   bj    Ml
l.i �� Is, n nil the "Deal lilesH   \rniv," bj
hades In the history of this city. The addition  to    Iho    Schaake    Mu blue
Mnslei    Builders'   association,   wlildi Works, are husll;   going ",,.     Over a
look   Ihis  drastic nctlon, did  so only dozen men are einplnyeil 111 the excn
after Its olflcers and membe -m Incltul vntlons, which  nre  nenrlj  comtileted,
lng the ninJorlt> of the beav) contrac nnd  a  tew days  will very  likely  see
tors of the city, had become satisfied lhe  foundations Btarlod, as a gang Is
thnl there was ne, hope of permanenl now   mixing concrete     The  firm  ex
'.     '. M .      "'        ':l"i,l:'       '":"'"      "ntler      U"'      PreBOnl l"'r'     '"      h,��'    ,'"laV';'    llirgG    "l"'i"":""1
Lewis being the recipient   of 1.  beau    :��-'-'"''""'"   ��1"'  ,l'" organizations  r Iwo shingle mills to the lladdon Shin
H.  <'.   \ni 1 Tu 1       ...      oeiety, in
Ills W 01 ship 1!.'   Ma or, and Hi,
'  ,.     annual/
to   be   held   In   Victoria   on
���:    "    ���'     " ' '";';   lIf���l"ho,.quH rthotiouVe'noworB"' '��wn,��f��' "'  '""  M"i"li^ Tra,,eB  :' ' R'��   C��"   '"'  Cloverdale.      This   c -
'    '������  '"-  and  local  nieuiber should semblv     The Btrlko of union earpen panv's biillillngs were some 1 lin��- ago
Miss I Maiiiniiil     swi'i'i   rciulerlnp  1,1 ,,,,,..
n iie' Jenkins ,*.- Jones Job was destroyed by fire, bul the work   ,1 rr
: lie   , lei I;  wi       mm u m,|   j(,
n piesl    Thomas    Ulffonl, Ml'.I'., to
. :     c 111     lie      it v.
more thnn $2.G0 a day.  near future.
MBS WAVES
BLAMED fOR BLOW-UP
STOCK SHOW STARTS
WEDNESDAY MORNING
mm     11 ii| on the    i|   ���   tlon of thi
Kern   I lam e,"   compelled   a   1 econ 1
, ,iu.. iii ilu   tail   ihai ilie sui,cniii'ii,'   construction  has   been   going  <n,   ai
I'lliiiii.  reiidereil   in  a   111.-1 miiT   win,-I, ,    ..
in.s im ilu- concrete work had refused   lasl  as clrcumBtancoH wnuld  p<tiiUi
Ti2ii::tzrc z 2 ^- ^ >����� ������ <��� -������,,,,���,���'s,.���',i���, ,���
A comnitu le atlon ecei ,'ed I rom   ���   ���,,   , . , ,,   ,      ,     ,       crete mix
��,'iild   favor  wiih   a   iiiir,i   selection	
mcil i.i  I.anglej  in wliiih they   ..,.-,., ,         , "~
Kathleen   Aroon,    bv   it.   .1    Roche
��� .. . ���    ed   the  :   v, lllingness   in  share -,.,,., , ,,     ,
and an lush  |lg liy Messrs.  Maitluu
m    . ... :. .     1 ���   ��� lie  fisheries   leouia-        ,   ,,     , ,   ., ,
1 and  Henderson,   were bmli    1 n,, 11-<-,1
ion   to  Ottawa.    The   clerk   was   in    ,,.     ,,      ,.       .     ..,, ,, ,,.-,,-
W.    11.    Kear> :     Fai her    o Flvnn
���' 1 in ted  to thank  1 lie  municipal!, y of 1,     ,   , ,   ,.     , ,
inouglii   in,' house down, and no   le-
n'.al would be laken until IiIb WorBhlp
M   NV'  Minthome,  re sidewalks on   s;���,��� ,,���, uian,, ,lM ..Crn,Bkeen Uwn," j
. le ol 1 liii te, nth 1 1 re, 1,1 etween
EASY MONEY COMES    BUTTE PEOPLE WEAR
TO PETER PEEBLES   "WE WALK" MOTTOES
. an I  -;. v .1 . .'Mia, s. als
���1
A'AS
���I
ll
���
|, ... 1,
I ������ Ill
���
J^M
-
���
PERT   HAS   IDEA   THAT   EXPLO-   PROSPECTS     ARE     BRIGHT     FOrt
'      ON     BATTLESHIP     JENA SUCCESSFUL     EXHIBITION     OF
E  TO  CURRENTS. CATTLE AND  HORSES
IS.     M.  Naueliu.  the
. xpert, has ad vane
. ���   regarding tiie- cauw
to the battleship Jena,
ai 1 was destroyed bj the
���iziiie- March 12, rt>s-
able loss of life
the lime of the ex-
noted   thai  powerful
nl -   were   passing   and
he vessel's isolation
here resulted in  the
con lai :���     1 I'M' slan
powder magazine from
��� ���   -  appai atus and that
ent   communicated   a
ark.
'������cV-.er   Theory.
Ii   IS.- The    ' ��� ���
��� i  the  M,."i, .-in,   Jena,
��� ��� ������ t, in-.-   ....- iiu
, riminal act.   A sailoi
��� i  tor hai '..   b   ... n
' the dlsastei ,rand the
��� ither �� arsblp has re-
thre ite ning  .1  Similar
to his vessel
��� i"s den anding   thai
!    the   .ui'i ,i,i,i'a:i-:
etlj   given
In   ',\ hich   Pres"! I, nl
to I       na .:.:-���..
ink in tin' b ���:
ELMEN   ACCUSED.
Dispensers Well   Appe^,
"    Bar of JuBtice.
��� ,     , . E ID
������ i   ..���      freely, ln
era   ,   dl posed ol
iote la  In   1 iwn,     \.'
:   the  popular hotel
e fhe ma
- ke ��� un ii".   ix elana-
,.j   . tales that bel.wi en
|,     ' - >. 0', lock Sal 11 I 13
lock  .Mon,lay  m irn
-   .'���  liquoi   to bona
.' '      and   traveller*,  al   meals,
'   s,    nd onl> In the din-
seven  hotel    which
M avlBg broken till   bj
,      ' ;      ' CHy, Windsor, Fra-
���   j,'"        -;.  Cosmo ��ill in,    D��poi
I ,'       tion
Off, ..-,'���.   th-    r.
��� fair    n irning,  and.
 ired,   the
if' '-������  the llroli   if
' -  li
,, , '   '��� evenin    thai
led led what c,
��� .'���    0  ���        ��� a,
It ls expe   ted that most d  -\ - stoi k
the fail an 1 au,  - n sah   will ar-
..   lomoi ; i'W
I    The judging ul    ' ���   I n w    an I cai
. m,   ' ' gin .     10 on Wed
nesdaj morning.     \ nev   m ,���,,���. ,. will
b,   Introduced   \: ���
. 1  .
lhe judg, '  '��������� -  ' '���
idainin    the m,        an     efects of the
Keren    1      ��� In  tl      '"���''���   the
,-orl    will   "'   mi.1 I, ��� in,'aii,,nal  a
li, ssible, and ..  - ,",   de al ol  raluable
Information '-1
: ,   .1','n.i.
1 m   Thursda;      lie   |u Iging   c n
n �� iie '. Im   pla, e whii h hi Is   al
.....   . : the n;<"-;  li     esiing fei
: , , .. ol the i-li'1''' Tin judj Ing 1 I
.,,,. dn sse I i"n casses will ah tak,
,,,. 0n Thursday, and lectures ,1
the diff, .' nl fi tin' will be p ve n
This mu be i. good opportunlt.i I
n nsumers to le arn som, ililns a! nun
the different cuts ol nn at, nnd I
���.alue -,i each c il
On F;M.".. lhe \u Ion sale wli
lake place, beginning al 10 n'i loi U n
the m irnlnp Ovt 1 forty pure
. imals nl tTlfferenl bn 1 Is will l><
old, 1 mon ��� which are live vain
Btallions ol .lin- ' ��� ' ' ' '���"'"
I nown   am 11 me 1.   T. J,   '
min '        '    ''
,111 give satlsl       on to ''   '���
GEMS    WDB1H     $60,000,000,
Pure Bictk of Ambei 400 Cubic Ir  hi
in  Size. In Collection.
Vienna,  March   IS. -'l!l '���    l'1"   ���' :
Bhah ..'  Peraln wns rraul ol  i"" I ';'
.    I   Indicated b;  n   I     ' ' h '"""
lih,.. m which : m -  Ihm 1111 Inventor)
,      revcaled thai ho left Ii-woIh (n lh''
. e ol   mm 1,000,      Chlel     1111 mi
-,,,,, are diamonds,     One portion nl
���,.  Hint,   imrnphernnlln, n  lew"'    ,"'
(1ed l>u  , Is vauled 111 sevenil iiillll "���
',,..:,���,.     n   weighs dghlcmi  poundB
The I'iii'ium. illani'iii'l IjoU nnd    ' ���''���'
bn   i  i-    a1,  worili ll.8Wi.noii.
and an emerald  I nke.l bIIyoi   imi v
with one nf the worw ol lhe B mil
n ,,���,.,,,'��� uciu ongraved on It, ''   "
garded a�� iilmosl   prlcelesK       \m m
other i;.-,".',i'     ftn   tound a hi icl, ���
.     ,    '      confining    I '!li'
,,,   h      ���      :,!,!   ,���I,.,W',I.���.'1,'I
.1,   , .      on a* tomh ',1   MB
1   ,..,  Cl
, ,       1 1 1   ,  ,  ��� 1     '       11 IM**1ll
1   ���   f -1    ol :"'"''"11 " '��� '   ,   .
.    , .    :,.   In  -I,"  K   "I  ''   ,"1     "
I '."    BtH  I   'I   '      "    '���'''l"
ired
i" splendid Rtyle,      v Spanlih duet hy   Q0VERNMENT    J0BS    PAY    C .N    STREET    CAR    EMPLOYEES   QUIT
Miss,.; Wenn nnd l.-wis. was well ve'
sings,     Itt-ferrod    to    hoard    ol   reived, na wns the tenor boIo hy W. A TRACTOR   HANDSOMELY���OLI WORK BECAUSE THEY CANNOT
Ragallacll.      The   duties   of   chalrmnn VER  GETS  INFORMATION. AGREE   WITH  COMPANY.
:   al CHy iwodge, No. J, I.0.0.K, in   WCre peiTornwd hy .1. C. Brown, who,', 	
 B -]"   mayoi   and Council  to al   ,,, ,,,B ���������,, rt|gnlfle(, ���1;lin���.,., ,,.i;,���.,|
end a bunque    to lie held on Prlda>
��� .. ning, M.M.. li 22. it ill,' Oddfellow -'
���-. \oral   a'.'usin'.'.   anecdotes;   one   In
Iciilni. ahoul  ihe' little boy, who,
|i,oa.    The following Is a  Blatemonl   vVorklngmen's   Union,   no   agreemenl
,,i   ib-  varlotiB  aiiuiiiiiis  paid  to  Mr.   h;|K  h(,(,n   p..u.h,.,\    win,    ,1,,.    Quite
In the House lasl week John Oliver      |.lt|,,.   Ml,���,    M:M.,.|,  ,-.   Butt,  will
reqiiBBled  11  Btatemenl    ol    amounts  vjl| bfl wnhnnI ,,,,.,,,.,  ,..,,.., i,,,,,,,,r.,w
i��� describing the weeping man. said:   '':i111 ''"" '  ,,oebta" ""  U""" "'""""   morning.      Despite    the    settlemenl
write   expressing    he thanks   ai   ih��     , ,,, ,   Ux)1.  ,���    lh(,   hvdrtmi."    The  tcrlal, ubciI on governmenl work since   made by  certain  employei'B  with  tho
:    :''" Inviiation, nierritnenl   was all  Ine'greater  when
��� ���'   '       ' '                 ' ,orl   ;"; :-'' li   rranspired  thai   tho  llflte  bov nnd
���-     mouih.    t-howing    ,,������.". 1;- toi His Woi-shlp the Mavor. were one and li-ebkii during the Hpecineu timo.        street Railway c any, whose barn
tlTiX           Ith'd for reference ������, ,,������.     Th:;  inrldetil   look   plnce XN:";, ''1!i"""ls "'  """""   "nve men and repairers went oul Baturday,
The    ���     "���  of lh, -. - , ,,.,,!  VP.,rs  -,.-,,    The  ooncerl   wns |,''i'1   :''   l'''''1   l'eel|leB  and  for whal |jjmel.gency cttr8 nnd aupplleB are now
I       '''! x ixnight'to n closo with nn npproprl-  l'��niow, and 1 late of liayment In depieted and probably the service will
'���''    '' ������ '    ' '' nte speech hs  H,.- chairman, ami tl,.- * i"'il ' ,:"   """"���l"'' >". "'"��������� '  cease at midnight,
'     ���    ���'   '���'      ' '   '":    ���' '   '"   '      '    singing  of  -<W  national  anthem. I"'s""   u,"";
1 March   10,     I9u:i   Sundry   repali  ,
X, ,v   Wi . Uiiliii iei     ii"-' "nm nl   Offi-
MATE   DID   NOT   DESERT.
Mr.   HcndciBOn   Prefers River 10  Deep
Sta  Tr.itfic.
^"    " .'..'. An   Aj.perciatio,,.
"'    received lh,      .>   utntlon      jamos V   Wvmis, under whoso   nan re*. $34.75;   luue 111, 1003   Bundrj  ri
I   I    I retnrii Oil   a.,   His   ,,,,,������,���,   .,���    ,.,.,,���   ,,,, ,,������-������.���   .,, pairs,   New   Westminster  Qovernmonl
ed In reply, ih     hv lind i -A th,, ���, Hi(,,,,vlund" wil   given, ha OWflces, 510.75; Kurnlture, New Wesl
had  a    - '     I   C   handed   .he   followlu.   1 1, mUiBter Court! louse, $74.55;   August ���    Mr. He rson, lately first m	
. ,     ,                          .. .-,  .,   ,..    j>reM te]   |Ull)|lpilUol, 1. ime;:   clerk ol Works,   \sylum for board   tho  Balling ship    cnem
...,���...                             neiv    ���','��� uu   Rilltxi   of the Dally Xvwi the Inwane, !) days at $5, $45.00; Aim yesterdaj   requested the  Dall>   N  ���'
In    I,     '     "> ',..'.���'.'.<-.                gj,       piMerlimd"     noil       ila  pj ,|s;   ���'���   l:i"':   "'"''K "'' Works,   Asylum tr. correcl  u stntemenl recentlj
wiww               land-''It,  Nr��  WostinliiBtei ��eere Isoitt ""   ""   '"'""������  ';:' '' ,y"  :"  *:'' *l7:,; '"   "'"   ""''''''   '":"   "'"   "!'"",
,      -i   ;::���.,..,   ..,���,..,.���.    .,���,,,,���.,���   |rno, s-���,   1-4. I'..03   Clerk of Works, Asyl Chelmsford had deserted the ship. M.
'    '    '    '".,'���    ...������,.,.   ,..,,;,   ,1   ���.,   previous j^r mn Tor the Insane. 26 dnj    at $5, $130; Henderson lefi   the flhln ol   ,u ' "wn(
���,,,....   ,...,., vi,, .,.     \���,|  ���!,, ,   .,. , Oc . Id, 1003   Clerk ol WorkB  Vsylum free will '"���" week, nnd ha�� Bhown pa-
, ,          inldn'i  do ii      Well. ��iii. Inl  'he  ItiBiine,  20  daj 1  al   $5, $130; pera trom Captain Watt, to the    ffeel
..,;    ,         .���..    ..,.,.   ,���,��� ���    i,,   j,, Nov   16, 1903   Clerk  ol   Works,  Asyl lhal he had been honorably dUcharg
PRESENIMION
/
Tairglble Tok��n Ol  Recognh'ett  G jvei,
To Popular Club Men ler,    ^
v .'-...
I
Sew V
1     '     . ��� ������
i- .
.      .' i   �� m ':  -.;i,.m   .1 1   h .'.
mu for the Insane, 27 da, ial $5,$135;   1 I, hi    recommendation! being mark
��� 11 <
1     li
;
���    11    Mi
In ih��� mmn   i'x< ��� "���   '
,. ni    mid   '      '���,'���'
he  had done  In
, ���., .     i|    lire    pn��i    '���   ���'
11,1    ii\i>   in, it ��� ���
,,,  ���,.,..,..   uw -, i:   mildly, ""''  7, 11)03   Clerk of Works,  \syluni ed,  V   a      Mr,   Henderson,  who  has
1,   ���, H,|S ,,;.|:,-.|i   foi I'm   ih-   Insane,  :'i   days al   $5, $105; decided to  retire  trom deep sen  life,
... ..                .     ���;  nie :   Ih r\'b,   is.   11)04   Clerk  of Works,   isyl will In future devote hia time to river
��� ��� 11  .     1    if nol nm for the Ins , 27 days at $5 $135;  cruising  I coasting, and will reside
iM.  1 .,.,,     ,,|| ,,| Maj   13, ID04    Lumber, Npw Westmin In  New  Westminster,    He expeel    I 1
���  I,      pj   .       ti      let  tlovern Ifflc,      .���'��� Ofl;   ,Iun ecure ,, position on one of lhe river
.,!,,-   .. ., 30,   mos   sii'1-1 int-11 lenl   , '  '   nslru, b, nl     hoi Hy,
...-.    .        ��� tlon,   1 b ii.       . hool      $1    .     i',i"   11.
��� 1      |,���i I', i    II   i    ���   ���    etc.,   New    Westn ''   ; "���  New   Westminster, $0;  <i   . ...
.    r Offlci     ������'��� i0; 11��� '     i    I'JOI    I. '"',:'   Sundry     repairs,    Govi i nmenl
. i.   . ,  - .       ting  up hylo           Lain ilnsl ir, $4.60;  Oct.
.... :              11       ;  1             I lin 1         : 1 -   Ifl'i     ���    Iiu       ihinet,   New    West-
...,,.,. ..I      ,.i        .   .         .   \   ������    , miust, :.  |l    i0;    . ..   7,  1905   Double
���   ���,                in    I, 11)05���I     an I ':'' : .   $51 '0                1,   100
.   1         \          . con mai, 1 lnl 1 -      iti         ���    1 1 , ������   1 le   .!, i;        6.75     No.     ID,   i DOS   Insta
Id   ,'   i'.���-, ���    ..a $1,s5i); March :'. IDi      l.u! ml in "!   document  Hies,   New   Westmln-
. ���               .     , 1! .iiu.,,..-,-  mni lerlal   re  1  ntrnc    tlosednli        ho ���-   >349; Dec. 20,1905  'Double desk,
..    .,.,..      ,���        -,   i.-i  ',',.��   nt- $150; March 30, I tion   Lnhot and ma '���' ������   Westminster, $60;   Feb  16,  ll ifi
���m.,.,1   o|    , v -11,,,...      1 tprlnl    1- contrnct,   Hi     lale  school Band         pairs,   New   Westminster,
.   -. ���;      V-,   press   .,,-   nhvn: $��00;  Mnrch 30, ini)6   Luboi  and mu $161 10; Feb, 18,1906   Sundry repairs,
���.    .      ,    lu          od     in ������    "'1  1 Iprlal   m-     contri   t,   Basl   Chiiliwack New W,   tmin   1         i;   eVprll 26, 1906
,   ������   ���   the  p ih   Columbian, irhnol,  $400;   Mnrch 30,   1905   Lal 1       and   material   raising    ei'-n
;     11 v    ""'                    ^ .    ��� .,   \,��..   ;,., \  the representatives and material ri   ronlract,  En     Chill ,:   '       $25;    Sundrj    repairs,    Bine
"'""���'M' I"    '             vTI!     [t .- \   -..   . pei'8 are distinctly wb Ii   ichool, $1,000;  April  12, 1906 Mouni           ho               May  14, 1906
ihe i'i,'-"                                    t ,; , m>...   bj   Ihehwelves as  penclljLabor Betting    up    seats,    Rosedale Bundrj     repairs,    Blue    Mountain
"'"'   heiiritlj ''""'       U(irlr a*    ix., seen tne lo!   from school, $31,30;   April  12, L906   Pain! school,   $34;   June 6,   1906���Erecting
"'    ;                         '  ,ul",'m, ..       "'"1 rei peg 1,1 TamiMi. and  fYottl   Staltte Ihg  liliU'Kbnniels,  $112.00;   May  6,  1905 new  toll    In,us-.     New     \\
,; !'" ' '''" '""            *[ m   ���-��� n. C-.    Tli^ tom and others  who ���   Balance  of  contract, $101.72;   Maj Bridge, $234.60; Jum   0, 191
��,n ... n   :>^i*1e<l in tv bWSlhesB arrangemen-ta 6, 1906���On account of contract, Bast furniture,   New   Westminst,
W "unpeg io TamiMi. aiiei (rem Stalne Lng blackboards, $32.60; May 6, 1905 new toll   in,us-.    New    Westminster
T ^   ,,..,���   '������' ��. C-.    Tli^ bos* and others  who ���   Balance  of  contract, $191.72;   Maj Bridge, $234.60; June 0, 1906- Sundry
1   ' '" ' T'i it    ativnit    "���-"p'e'l in nie ii,isiii,'S= av'.Mi.E-iiieiits  6, 1906���On account of contract, Bast furniture,   New   Westminster    offices,
��� ,;  -( " "',i'1, ""' "l"^"1" ;,,,,,  ,.1fler mwa!mi^i, and  the pla-! Chiiliwack   school,   $149.80;   April   I, $70;  June 6,  1906   Labor ami mater-
��� ;  I" "'' i"''""      ' """'' ( n)Bt ,,,.,   .-..-., ��� V,U'  of SSgclpI  thanKh   1905- Sundry  repairs,   Xew  Westmin- lal re basement, $285;   \nmis!  14,1906
1 nn-1  1,1  ��� ��� iters'' in general,  lister  Office,   $20;   August 16,   1905- ���Labor   and   material   re  baseemnt,
KlM,,   ah.'!������>"  Mus Grippe. will   " -v    ���    to   hope that   you   feci I Sundry repairs, Hall's Prairie school, $232;   Sept.   ll.   1908    Building  fence,
,     ||(_ M;.,,,, |g    King Aiphonm    m..- ihe fellow  who always had on��f]$400;  August 15. 1905���Turntable for Blue Mountain School, $180;  Sept. ti,
,1, i'i of grlpuf. has had a   remark thai fitted -ither a Bticcesi   >r cash reglstersj N. W. bridge, $10; Au- 1906   on  account of contract, Chilli-
n  falliitv.   "i   told  yon  s ,."  and    ";.     gi      25,   1305��� Sundry  repairs,  Court ' wnck,  $1,500;   Oct. 9th,  1906���On  uc-
time    ui guessed right,    1 thank you   Ho     ,   Xew   Westminster, $75;   Aug- rcuth  of contract Chiiliwack, $1,1.00;
all in i,'.    .     mai behalf, and I'm nol    isi      ,   190?*-Sundry repairs, Annie N->',. in. 1906���On acoeunt of contrart,
piv-t; to   vriting these lettGi    ev,    ��� dal,    ichool, $1)7;   Oct. 1,   1905       11 Chiiliwack, $800;  Jan. 28, 1907���Bal-
. '   ���    ��� fours in good  : Ith, repair*,   Ferndale    school,   $41; ance of <-'mtract, Chiiliwack, $854.89;
JAMES  \V. fiVANS       tn.:,    I.   10ei5���Sundry   repalrB,  Court total $12,375.9,8.
,11,   doctors,   reailn��
,,     hnve  ordered   him   to
, ,   the   palace  nnd   !,-' follow
,ii.",i'0M'-    with    lhe    uli.'i',st
.:.',.���:���        111"   Ki'"*.  il   I*   i��:,',,e   i3
.,, ���,    '  to bl I lied.
��� .���������^���������IIM���IHmilHIMH IHIIWimi ll I    I   ��    ' III 1 IllllllliliHIH IIIHIHIIIHI���II THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY   hi
*V' MARCh
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
en Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
What's the
use of
paying more
for clothes
than then-
are worth ?
What's the
use of
style, without
service���
of wear
"Progress Brand" Clothing'
Look for the Label that typifies progress.
L.   de BECK
H
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Commissioner of Dominion L��an Is,
Departmenl of the Interior, an.l marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. 512," will he received
al this Department until twelve
o'clock no, n on Wednesday, the 1st
day of .May. 1907, for a license to cut
timber on Berth No. 512, situate in
tb, Province of British Columbia, on
the Smith Fork of Silver River, in
about Township i, Range 26, West of (
the 6th Meridian, and described as
follows: Commencing at a post planted on the North Westerly siele of the.'
said South Fork of Silver River.
where the South Westerly boundary
ol Timber Berth N'o. 1S9, crosses the
same; thence up said South Fork one
mile in direct distance with a depth
ol 60 chains on the South Easterly
sl le and 10 chains on tli" North West-
i . Ij si le ' her, il measured at i igh
angles to I he general beai Ing of said
South Fork within the berth, containing ui      ��� ���   if S00 acres, moi e or less.
Tl ertli musi be survej ed within one : ear from the dan- of the notice awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will be issued, also printed
form.- of tender and en >'i lope, may
bi obi iim d at this I lepai tment or at
m office of the Crown Timber Agent
ai N'ew  Westminster, B.C.     ,^	
Each tender must  be ace panied   the man who. wdll be charged with th,
by an accepted cheque on a charter-  murder of Addie Roper, who was kill
��� 1 lank In favor of the Deputy of the led and robbed and her house burned   !>,������ j
Minister   of    the    fnterior,    for   the
an ounl   of  the  bonus  which  the ap-1
l licant  is   prepared   to  pay for  a  li-
without good
looks?
What's the
use of
taking-
chances with
any other
Clothing
when
you can
get
��� i
MUSIC!
MUSIQJ
DOANE DELL IS
THE ONLY SUSPECT
VALUE OF FINGERS.
cense.
The highest oi  any ;<-ii ler nol  nee-
'��� - irily  accepted.
No tender by telegraph will be en-
ti i tained.
PERLEY G KEYES.
Secretary.
menl of the Interior,
Ottawa. February 27, 1907.
tYhnf   tin-   Ynrieiu*   I ountriea   ������rt   F.o-
rnpt-   Aliens   I-'eir Their tioaa.
The different fingers nre far from
Having the same value, in the eyes of
fhe- law with reference to their functional utilization. Much the most Im-
FORGES portant is the thumb, for without il
prehension would be very imperfect
The hand is no longer pinchers, but
merely a claw, when deprived of the
thumb. It may be estimated that the
thumb represents fully a third of thc
total vain., of the band. The French
courts all i'v 15 to .''.o per cent value
for the right hand and 10 to 15 for
the left. The Austrian schedule gives
per cent for the left to 25 per
cent  for   the   right.     In   Germany   2n
^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^^^^_^^^��� and 2S per cent anil even as high as
January 19, al Blaine. 333 per cent nag been awarded,   Tlu.
Since the night of the crime, slier-   percentage is based on 100 as the total
industrial value of the hand previous
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ to the ae.'idi'iit. I loss of H [mt evnt
striving    to    unravel     the    mystery,   representing half of the value, etc.
FAMOUS        DETECTIVE
CHAIN      OF     CIRCUMSTANTIAL
EVIDENCE  I.N   ROPER  CASE.
i    Blaine,  March  IS.���Doane    Dell    is
to conceal the crime, on the night of
y
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SIMMER'S
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now in.   Package
and bulk.     List
Price's.
Sheriff Williams of Whatcom county
emploved some of the best sleuths in
the state. Among these was Mike
Quinlan, to whom is due the credit of
weaving a net of circumstantial evi-
lence around Dell.
Several arrests were made within
1 few days after the crime, including
Doane Dell, who at that time was em-
ployod as   night   policeman,  and  who
The total lo3S of tbe index Qngei
causes 1111 incapacity estimated at Im
t 1 15 per cent in Austria, 1". to 20 per
cent Iu Germany, lo per cent for thc
left and 20 per cent for the right by
Italian courts. The French allow I.'
par cent,
The middle linger is of much more
Importance than the in,lex. states Dr.
Meiguan, whom we are citing and who
Is uo small atirhorlty, for a great loss
of force is observed In the hnntl when
the  linger  is amputated.    Yet almost
   ill  lhe authorities .-.scribe  less  itnpor
was unpopular   among the people of   tance to it than the index.   The Italian
law allows ."1 per rent, the Austrian 5
tj 10 per cent.
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Pianos    Organs    Violins
Flutes
Concertinas
Cellos
Etc.
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ALL THE LATEST
RECORDS
For Graphophones and  Phonographs.   Over
4,000 varieties, from music hall to grand opera.
SEWING     MACHINES
Singers and Wheeler & Wilsons.
New Westminster's Music House
Blaine. After the arrest of Dell,
Sheriff Williams mei Mike Quinlan,
an old detective who has been for the
lasl twenty-five years hunting criminals through every state in the Union Sheriff Williams and Quinlan are
old-time friends, having worked to-
ether in Wisconsin, when Quinlan
was chief of the city detective departmenl in Minneapolis. The sheriff pro-
1 the services of Quinlan and the
j two came to Blaine together.
V
BURR BLOCK,
J. H. TODD
-   - NEXT GUICHON Hill
CURTIS'
1
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store '"u at lilsI' u"on leavlns ,h" neid.snb
mined his theory of the murder to th,
The ring finger is the lea.st Important
Its total I'.ss often does not cause Incapacity, The Austrian tariff nssluil
lates this finger to the middle one. The
Italian law is liberal, with S per cent.
The French and German tribunals often refuse indemnity, considering the
Incapacity resulting from the loss ns
very Blight.
Tbe little finger may be compared to
the ring, except in the professions In |  Ladles'Gold Watche
which it serves as a point of support
feer the hand.   It may be remarked here
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F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Ceo.   Adams,   Croce
Quinlan   worked   for  several   weeks   that the artist has not been taken int
^t^mm^goin.i; oveij^i^H^HI
������������������t
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 li istings Si. w, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand. Telegraphy and Engineering.
1 Seven Teachers
J Forty-rtve   Typewriters
! Students Always in Demand.
! R. I. SPMTf, B. A., Principal
isecuting attorney.    In  speaking  of
.   .  .111 the crime, Quinlan  lasl
���   ���     said:
1  arrived at    Blaine, i satis-
ell on the following points:
The murderer  was evi lenl
Ij   In hn 1 e     iefore   Mis-   1; ..
���.  ���..   home, for   he had remove '������    ���
oni   glove ��hen    he was ati icke I
"Second ���The m itive   w a
as was shown by a   dei e   il 1 he woman's corsel  string and  the small  |
of chemise held In one hand when h
consideration In these cases.���Philadel
phla Record.
INSECT SUPERSTITIONS.
Silver
from  $12.75 up.
Watches,   open
double
(lent lemon's    ^^^^^^^^^
lace, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,
11 as.'. $7.50 up.
Agenl for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied   to    the    Wellman
I Arctic  Expedition.    All   warranted.
  Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
rhe Koran says all Hies shall perish |   ^-.,,,.,,
with the exception of one, the bee By.
It is regarded as a death warning in
Germany to hear a cricket's cry in the
nighl.
The Tapuya Indiana of South Ameri
ea assert that the devil assumes the
shaj f a Hy.
The grasshoppers are said to fore
warn people In Germany of the visits
of strange guests.
Tho Spaniards in the sixteenth cen
inry thought that spiders indicated the
ible.
repairing
charges
reason-
J.HENLEY
was found.     This     at, men existence of gold wherever they wen
ma e mum clear by the facl thai   she in abuudance.
I always kepi her money in a >mall 1 ��� Although a snered insect among the
in her waist, and when she was al Egyptians, the beetle receives little no-
tacked   she    evidently  endeavored  to ,ir" i:i f":k:"r"'   II i; "!,!l,,,!t-v in En��
, 1,nnl 1 1 kill one.
seize It, tearing the corsel strings nnd _,                  ,   ,.      ,;,.,,
.  ,     . The anc.ents believed (hat (here was
chemise awn'. ,                             ,                ,              ,
a close connection  between  bees and
"The evidence also .-nous thai  she tho sou)i   A:i  olli   Welsh   tradition   Is
I was struck over thc head    The blow that   ������ i came from ; iradlso, leaving
the garden  when   man  fell,  but   wilb
RENNIE'S
Maple
Styles to cover every need
Leaf
from fine city wear to lumbermen's or  miner's foot
Rubbers
wear.
They are all just ashonestas
the emblem signifies.
Best to Sell
Best to Buy
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
SELLING AGENTS
Best to
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Manufacturer  ot
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
TH. 113. Office, Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
���Through   vestibuled   trains
Easl daily.
First class sleepers and tourist cars
Trains leave dally at 15:40 o'clock
Information cheerfully given,
15. .1. coy 1.1-:.
A. (i.  P, A.
Vancouver.
ED. GOULEf.
Agenl  C.P.H.
New Westminster.
^^^^^^^^^^^. low, stuck I ,
; kerchh f In In r ma ith tu ... op ' ��� -
J from making an outcry. .Miss Roper,
'"''".- an athletic woman, musl have
recovered and recognized Ihe 1.1 in,
an'l al lhis time, In my estimation,
the blow was dealt thai caused her
death.
"While the evidence is circumstantial, I would not an.1 could nol change
my   Views   as      lee   Dell's      mii'!.   unless
someone made a full confession of the
murder and 1 was satisfied (hal thai
|)( rson was sane when  he made. It.
"While  1  do nol    believe In  lynch
law, ihere are times when ii Berves a
good  end, and had    the   citizens   of
Blaine strung up    th
to   ihe   pods they hav,- now  in jail    1 think
j they would hav,. avenged the murder
of Miss Roper and also have rid themselves of the firebugs ol Blaine.   The
citizens of Blaine are to blame for .lie-
crimes committed    there In  the  la I
few years  by  reason of allowing the
gang of    criminals to reside in their
town.   To have n  wise, r< arless  ma
shal. hacked by the citizens an ! . 1
Iff, is the rem, dy 1 sua  ai !' ir 111 ait. -."
God's bl 'ssh
'    Miry in tl,
' tl 'i   the , ax is nee
;' tion of lhe mass.
NOW IN
PURE GC
DS ARE
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
Tho <!<.<���!.N  Tick.
"Not all people," said the Jeweler,
"like lhe ticking of a clock. It Is a
pleasant sound to most people, bui not
to all. Some, people, clock lovers these,
couldn't sleep without a clock in the
same, room, Us ticking Is company,
ainl it scares away the sp ,oks, Such
people would wake up if the clock
should st >]> in Hi., middle of the night.
Put there are- other people who can'l
sleep wiih  a  clock  in  the same room
and  who.  If they  I'uiiiiil  tle'inselves in 	
a Btrange place anywhere with a clock
lu   Iheir   sleeping   npartment,   would  "~~	
stop (In' clock before they wont to bed. ... .
(if course then   Is much of habit in WptfmifltfPr   Irflfl    WftrLc
this, but  we have our fancies about   MLjUIIIIIJIlI     IIUli    TlUI110
bunch  of   sus-    cloc|{9| .,s we do aboul all things else."
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Unappreciated.
Tla- laily wi1 don't care to lai,,w
Or live bosldu hor door
Is nn.. who makes twn Bcandala grow
Where there wns none before.
Cowan's pe Action Cocoa
(Maple Lt   f Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallions. Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
NEW   WESTMINSTER
i GENERAL MACHINE A.MJ KiNUlNE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BHlilUHJ and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WOKK.
Second Hand Junk Store
e,   O   ,1   (1   0
O   I)   0  ,,  ,1   o 0   o  o   o   o  o
Nothing lo Get Even For.
"Congratulate mo, old man."
"What  for?"
"I am about to gol married."
"Why should IV   Vou never eiiei rri
Mean trick."
Ornamental iron worK, including
Fences, Gates, Eire Escapes, etc.
Mall or,lets nnd correspondence ln
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEOBIM BTKJDBT.
New Westminster, v, u. 474.
Highest Prices Paid for STOVES, FURNITURE
an J TOOLS of all descriptions. Also bay ����'
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER ��>id
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything'
Between Columbia  and      ��**{fk
Fraser River Hotel ���������**" e6dav
MARCH 19-  1907. ,
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Jem Pacific!
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Trav
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nek Time-
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Toronto, St. Paul
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' hir q-j  ;ets on sale to all Euro-
Steamt
i    |   Reduced   Bates   Round   Trip
*ec'3,�� to Southern California.
..iiinformtioncallonor write
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Llasi        St.,  Vancouver, B. C.
.   D CHARLTON,
nd.Or
;rand Trunk Ry.
lExcellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
lontreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
uda  '        ' cll
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p t .       Tables, etc., address
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^Agent,    ' Adams St.. Chicago, l!i.
WHEN GOING EAST
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l.v. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 1 |,n,
Lv. N. \\. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 n m
p.m.
V., W. & Y.~VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. in. anil 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv.  N.  W. 9:35 am.;  ar. Guichon
i.'iii p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
8:45 p m. and C p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1
and 8 a. m., and every halt hour thereafter till 11 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westi :;3ter at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Friel. s a ra
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER,
fmnsfer���
From N.W. daily, - \. S .\'].^y 2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Frl. C a.m.)
Mail Service
Close. Recei te I,
Seattle, . . s imas 7.;:, a.m, 6.40 p.m.
Sapperton and Mill-
. N'o,  1   7.45 a in. 11.35 a.m.
\ anco m. ��� r,  No, 1. 7.45 a.m.   9.00 a.m.
: N.R   Clovei lale,
FRIDAY,  22nd March
CRESTON CLARKE
In the Inter ���  ,
The
Ragged Messenger
.    ���
an Frane i
1 ' oi .ary 2Gth said:
"Creston Clarke erhai Lhe greatest actor in America. He ta ;, the rol,
ol the Rev. John  M, rton in the
-.'   -   rum .'...��� at   ���������   ���.,. ,..,..,.   .,
ana i ,        .
arc watching."
WOMEN VERSUS HONESTY
'"  Mawullae  and  feminine  stum,.
nrd�� the Bauiet
A verj desirable lilt ot underwrlthiu
���".-- il ,.,.- inn through by the director*
of tin- Black company. Several worn, a
��������� iti Independent fortunes wen; des!r
ous of becoming subscribers. Their i,p
plications were refused on tbe groi.nd
that ihe company wished only in..;,.
subscribers. The private reason given
waa that women's notions of busbies,'
(we won't say of honesty) wer,. t .;
elastic.
I'retty hard on the women, but win
shall say there is not some g i ..'
ground in the accusation? Are woinei
strictly honest'; They mean to be, l. .'
are they'/
When a woman borrows monej
Isn't she likely to postpone the e\
day of returning it ns long as she enn 1
Win ie she says she will do a tli; i.-
bow   innuy   times does  she  keep  lie'
Prices���$1.50,$1.00, 75c, 50c and 25c.
Seatt  on      e at l
-
Blaine .Seattle.. s.45 a.m,
3.30 p.m.
Van. &  ('��� :,.  Pa  It 10    1     ...
2.00 p.m.
.". ������;,,,   10 30 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
East B irnaby ....  1.13 p m.
1.15 p.m.
I.adner, Steveston,
   1.30 ;. in.
11.00 a.m.
C.P.R easl  S ipper-
ti n Millside and
iii im     3.00 p.m.
11.35 a.m.
Van   and Burnaby 3.30 p.m.
o.oo p.m
t. S R. Flyer   4.00 p.m
11.00 p.m.
e ���  ber! in '.,  Tues
and Frid iy .   .. .l��.t)0 m.
12.00 ra.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Britlth Cc'���-���Tibia Coast
Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C.  Coast  Line Serv
ice.
ii
The Milwaukee''
'The  P-.on?*r  Limited"   St.  Paul  to
Chicago,  "Shan   Line"   Otcaha   to
Chicago,  "Sonti    West    limited"
m City tc Chicago.
-   in   tVe   service   en   any
: in tiie  HMirld that eflual  in
1 .-'   '   nl  tlt.it  <;{ the  Chicago, Mil-
'��� "L���'���   &   St.   Pwil   Railway.     They
operate  C'cir  own  sl��?ping
i er- on <JH their train; and
-   jiitreuis   an   excellent-'   of
'"���'    ���   ��� obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. R'HVE   General Agent.
: St.. cer Akkr. Portland,-Or.
TAKI
Tk White Pass
and Yukon Route
' D, CARCRi ���'.'. ATI.IN.
RSE,    DAWSON    and
Daily  trains (except
; ing   passeng, - i,   mail,
ii i    height   connect    with
t Cat ut les and White Horse,
' ing a tia*ough winter service
'M'tiiatiijia appiy to
IGERS, Traffic  Managei
Vancouver.   R.  C
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
UljHt" CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
^SJSEST  AND   FASTEST-
lor Ci
Willi
FA1R1
'
(pre
���������������
"   il
I'lit
;. li
PRESSES'
frl
M..
' pC0u j EMPRESS OF BRITAIN ) 14,600
��� r"*u I EMPRESS OV IHELAKl, I      IONS
Ibe time to send tor your
,:i the Olel Country wWle the
"l'1 low.    Tourist SleeperJ run
111 |() connect with Empress
'��� March 22u>d.    For other
���   ! ��� de, apply to
''  QOULET.
C.P.R. Agent,   '  :���
ALASKA ROUTE.
is il ject   '   change without nc    fl  .
S.S. Leaw s '\ an
Amur	
Princess Beatrice
Amur	
Princess  Beatri, e 	
VANG >UVER-\TCTORlA ROUTE
SS, I'-t t, ess Victoria li av< ���   Vancouver, 1 p m. daily.
Leave s Victoria da Ij       '������ a.m.
ViCiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRJ
Le iw s Victoria dailj ��� \ epl Men.lay
at 8:3*
VICTORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
SS  C'TV   OF NANA'V. |,
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m.
on Suafi lys.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO RCmJTE.
S. S. Joan
Leave  Vancouver dailj .-.'. 1:30 p.m
WtEST   COAST   ROUTE
t'teamer Queen City.
Leave,   victoria  at   11   p.m. on 1st,
7th, a        '���''-! each month '��� ��� Glayo
quot;    ��� : ���  -  \';' toria    on    20 \:    for
Quatsino iu. i �� ij points,
LOWER.f-^ASER RIVER ROUTh.
Si.'.3mer Transfer
Leav..-, Nev Westminsl r D Mon
lay, Tuesday, Wednesday, rhuredny
���m,l Frl lay et 2 p.m. and Saurdaj
at - p. in. vlth additional trip on Mou
day al 6 a. m.
Leaves Steveston aIonday> Tuesday,
v,. dues lay, Thursday and Saturday al
i r. in.; Friday at 6 a. m. ixdditioeal
trie  Saturday 5 p. Di.
U^PER FRASER RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. in.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   ami  Saturdays,  calling at
landings  between  New   Westminster j
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B. C ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vancouver at 8 p.m. 2nd
and 16th of each month, oalling at
Slcidegate on flrsl trip and Bella Coola
on second trip,
departun
For
NEW WESTMINSTER
CITY ASSESSMENT
COURT OF REVISION
notice is hereby given
'    '       ' '     '���' the vein    1907
een returned . In
���:   niy office, whi  ���       ma      ���   ii   . ���
��� erson lia ring an inti resl
���   ���  n,   inti] the   '" n; ol the Cout
���    Re\ ision.
The   fii -���   sil ing   ��� :   ihe  Coui I   of
!;' '��� ision on the sal I Assessment roll
������ held nt the C      Ha I, in the
said City on
MONDAY*April 8, next,
i  l" o'< loclt  in   th,   foreno. n     Any
; ��� ' son  intending  to  ap] eai    againsi
ent musl In writing
: ' e file 1 with the Cltj Clerl; at
least sev n da; ��� - fi r the ii: st sitting   ��� :   the    Court,
W. A. DUNCAN, City (';���
City Hall, March 0, 1907,
Land Registry Act.
Ri   Subdivision  S and 9 cf Lot 8,
suburban  Block  7. New Westminster
Cil ���      When as  proof oi  the loss of
Ci rtiflcate   of   Title   Number   51321,
s sued in the name ol Grace P, Pride,
een filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given tha'   1 shall,
a! the expiration of one month  from
th,   date of the first publication hereof  issue a duplicate of !V said Certificate,  unless in the meantime   valid
objection be made to ore in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
..Feb   Mht Districl Registrar ot Titles.
..Feb   -1st   Land  Registry Office,  New Westminster, a C_ March 13, 19 7.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers 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 Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
New Westminster  j
Special General Meeting every
R. A. & I. Society
A special general meeting ol the
Royal .\-'.<". ural and Industrial Society will 11 In Id itt the City Hall,
Wednesday, March 20, 1907, at S p.m.
Busini --:  S,   ��� ting ' ��� -   ���    thi
year's Exhi Ition; rec, tion of reports from tl ��� even revising conr
mittees tl year's Prize List, and
an; ������ ' e members
nn wi .m !.
Bj   ord,   .
W.  11. KEARY,
\\,ii...      and Seer,
Ne w  Westminster,   B. C,
March  Gth    1907.
BLACKSMITHING.
LiOCTOUINO T1IK KQOSHHOLD  ACCOUNTS
word rigidly to tbe letter^   t'i'liis In :
form nf honesty.)
What   wo'tuaTi'   will   stand   by   i. .
friends   behind   their   backs   as   s'..e
would to their faces and not allow ;.:
consideration to make her swerve i.
her loyalty to them?   There is a m\y\
that uo. woman's friendship will st .
tbe test of tbe man it. tbe ease.    1! ���
true t!ii.s will seem from your own <
serration!   And don't  you think  y- .
bave poor cause t, trust a woman's,'. .-
tegrity when lier dearest feelings, u 1
to speak nl' tier loyalty, can be cm:
pletely veered around in a day or twi
Whal about tbe petty graft so nmi
housekeepers Indulge in. doctoring :   ���
household  accounts and charging  i  i
more than they buy, iu order to pay tb
dressmaker or purchase a new but':
You would be surprised bow manj
perfectly "honest" women do the s
little things.
The man's fault halt the time? H3
dear madam, what art old exeusi
Your husband may l.e niean, but ] tr
baps be is mean tei protect liis r ������ ������
from yonr petty graft. If yon ca:. ei
out and out in a straightforward manner and talked to lum iis man to un u,
you would find be would give yen ;.
fair deal ou the money question, as :t,
���ytblup else.
And if, being treated fairly and b in-
estly, be wouldn't, why, tbeu I advise
you to earn your own living aoel keep
your Independence and your sense ut
honor ns strictly as tile best type of
man. MARY WELLINGTON
with its plain tints, supplies a luxurious wall-covering for the
most handsom* rooms, leaving ycur walls fr��e from tht delirium of wall papers. We will be glad to tell you more about
Alabastine, if you will ask us. Let us show you a tint card
and cutting of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustibfe pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available with correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at 3 per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.       *iMffifc��
NKW WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
C. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Cuc-uiiibiTN  Are  Ancient,
Few garden plants bine leevu known
to and cultivated b,
in longer than
Having bo 1 ���' I oul  the Bit
In, B   i:. B, :   on, 1   ���'
i leased to B��e all liis ol 1 custom
the cucumber. I ie 1 laudolle lias proved
that ibis plant has beeu In cultivation
between three aud four thousand years
There Is no specific remedy for th<
striped cucumber beetle. Direct applications of polsous, siteli ns paris giver
or other arscuical, will destroy thc
beetles when they occur in in/idcrate
numbers. A normal crop may I.,.
placed at a eout J1-1 half barrel basket?
per a 're, the price varying from 5C
��� <������.,:. ��� . :.- much as $2 per basket
After tin- fru ts have been harvested
and thc marketii : season has e'los..,!
t: ,��� \ ines should be destroyed by gatli
erlng   ��� ruiug  or  plowing  then
under, so as not to 1  irl  ,1   ,r br I dis
eases. A ��� : ��did Is of prime Iiu
portanco        be  mnu igemcnl   of   th,
Ihi
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS   45,400,000
Eighty-five  branches
the world.
with Correspondents  throughout
. ������<, as v., 11 ,,    ���   v.  ones     Horscshce-
lng a specialty.
H. M. KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
W�� N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard BlotJ<.  New Weitnilniter, B.C.
encuml 1 1 pat li Is tb it none of tb
fruits be - ������ '. t 1 ..'..... t . maturity
The 1 " t process which means the
,".. rei -. en and maturing of tl,.;
seeds. 1 rodu ������ u be avj -train upoi
the g.'M : ��� plant, l'nited States
!':.n;i.M���-' Bulletin
SAV8NGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.   Interest added four
times'a year.IStart to-day.
.   NEW WESTMINSTER   BRANCH-
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Stir Sn��   n  *roirl Ttirn.
Minnie���1 never noticed before that
thN mirror hud a wrinkle in it. Ma
mie 1 thought you were able t'> see
wrinkles In nnv mirror yrui looked Into
Good Values
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000. % Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
li.  E,  WALKER, President, ALEX,   LAIRD,  General  .Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
IN
A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts may bo opened
ducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
and  con-
Time on arrival
ire approximate.
reservations
and
and   Information
Toilet
AT
next
call or address
.\Kent
ED. QOULET,
:>w Westminster,
B. J, COYLE,
Agent, Vancouver
.1. W. TROUP,
General superintendent, victoria.
AiBt. Oen. Pass
ADAMS & DEANS
The City Grocery
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf $1 and upwards received, and interest alio ived'at current rates.   The
depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal
of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS
,4 rj	
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the  Daily  News  Pub
lishing   Company   Limited,   at   their,
offices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Eroni
streets, N'ew Westminster, B. ('.
TIIE DAILY NEWS
TUEs
3DAV
Ma*:h ,
What a mistake to use coarse
Salt for cooking !    Fine,   pungent
WINDSOR SALT   adds such
a daintiness to the food !
.se> matter now nan
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient    display    advertising
Hi
Cray |
to  prais      ^^^^^^^^^^^
Part   fo"'   some   friend   eutere,
asked him whether he knew so and so  a,   her  ,.(,slli,.n
anil,
tion.    . ___
Villiam    S.    Sn; der,      Igh : si .
and    father    ol'    Mr-
SOMETHING  GOOD
FRUIT and   T     A   XTT\UN
[f"so. what was the man's reputa-  Th^lrunw^irtH 7ake"place .his af-   r   A  H  f\ T \ T I     j   A\      �� VI    \\C\
i- ^ZZ^i^Z^l    - -  ^ Oddfellows' cemetery,   ^ A R D t N       ��J JT�� I   \ JJ V
iren o, every .me.    .no matter now uuu ��� Death cf w   g. Snyder.
the character of  a  person,  ihe good'
y poet Invariably found some trait
One day  in   liis office on   years  of  age.
and | George  Small  of  Third  avenue, di,
uti  Sun laj   e-. enin
I,in  acres   at   Halls   Prairie,  dose   tu    postofflce
cleared;  7-room house, with bath; ham 90x100   '
��� shady reputation .and was well known ,
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines to | g00d thlngs.    wha| ,,,��� ,)()il ,,,���. as a "gold brick" operator.   The aged j the cortege  leaving the1 resI ence  oi
the   inch.      Five   cents   per  line   for        ,, noet li 'hied his pipe'and answered;       Mr. and Mis. Small at 2:J0 p.m.
subsequent insertions. ";|1,-V   wonders    how    his    digestion ' ..V(,,~ , ,..low hilll.   He Is the most |  ���
Reading notices, hold face type, 2"  stood tho test;  such rich morsels as. e]ll,,..,,',,,.     progressive,    Irrepressible
brevier  or  nonpareil,  $234.50 for erecting tit,- toll  house at g0od natured, artistic kind of an uu
Ithe north ond of the bridge, for labor mitigated  rascal  that   I   ever  met." (;lli(.,���m_,i   i���M1I1(.n. I   M.  I.ouan 	
jonly;  this item does n���.  Include ma- Leslie's Weekly.  victoria;   E.   .1.   Sherwood,   Langley;   Price $12,000, half cash, balance I and'2 yeai7  """  " !""'1
Cold  Stor.*C l"  Irish  ��..��,. E    W. Taylor,  Vancouver;   I'. W.   Roe, 	
slaughter lions...   Price $14,000, $.",,00., caajj   1^,
160 acres in Chiiliwack district, all  den-,.,
1 || ai> .1   an.l   ., ...
 " half cash, balance I an I 2 years
acres,  p.  miles from  Westminster Junctl
^���*rm..
Colli   Storage   In   lri��ll   I!..(te��.  ,e    .icios.    I-ft    mill's    mull     Westminster   .Innclj,,
For long it puzzled uie to know what   Porl  Moody;   E.  .1. Burton-Macftenzie,  cieared.    Price $70 per acre, one third  cash   bal   "'
ie poachers did with thc birds they   Surrey  Centre;   it. M,  Hawson,  F.   P, . '    a '   '       u ���
10Ul, July.   There is no cold storage  Baldwin,  Vancouver. I '"' *' '  " ".'"  U'm   Westminster Junction, ,:
the north or Ireland, im. taey have!    wlndaor_Nlne    membera    0,    ���������    ""''   acie'   """   "'"',l   cash'   balance ea8v terma. p^(,
cents  per   line, brevier or  nonpareil,  $234.50 for erecting the toll  house at   ...in,i  nann-ml   iii-tlstic kind of an uu Hotel Guests
10 cents per line.
For   time    contracts,   special    posl
tions, apply to advertising manager.     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Xotices of births, marriages or terial or it would have been so stated;
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost j then $180 for erecting fence al Hlm
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent ' -,,       ,   .     .��� ,     ,    ��,, ���    .  ,,-
���er   word.      No   advertisement  taken   Mountain   Sl'h""!:   *';,:'  ""'  Installing
for less than 25 cents. ! the steel document  fyles at the our;    gho|
~~" ^^'pT^rrr'"^""""���^.110''"''1 """ '"' tbe paiate tlCklerS' "'�� ln tbeYortn'ofVeland, but t;,ey have  '''w'i nil so,'-'Nine    members    of    th
Dav Office *���   ' i""1"''  "'"'""  ' ":"'S  "' 'UV"   " ^covered an excellent substitute  The  M-^tm- CQ      ny.  A. ,,.  IIa,,.is. 340 aces ������ Pitl  Lake, 100 aces op,,, hav |and
., yu. ��1    A221 omitted, hut never mind, he has done bird* nre burled four or five feet deep ,,ri     $20 <.. , ���  ian��.
Nl9ht  0fflce B22  well, comes up smiling, and  is ready In  dry   peat,   and.   I   am   told,  come  Haney; D. Bade. Red Deer; C. R Ken- $20 per acre. $1, own,  balance on ,,,.s.,   ���,
 ~  again without the usual .loses for the "���" ^w.iiy fresh nt tbe cad of two nedy, Vancouver;  l        Mackay. Rock s acres on Vancouver road, close to car lit,
^nnBHfetETT- ,.,ti r    .- 1    . , ,  , or tiiree v.,'.'ks.   When oue remembers' Bay;    I. Wel,lon.   Sudbury;   J.   Whit- house;  25 frit I  trees;  small fruits-  1,,.-  1,,,,,
<^^-> relief oi  a  gorge    stomach, and  has m        ^ Qf lhe        ^, Livingston,   wife Price $4,200, $1,  down      , ',     \ " .":  WOrt   :       '.I,,,,,,
, ven lung power to dilate on -he. ter- ,��� , compiu.atlvoly  f,,.sh state after and   ,hill,  wlnnIpeg;   ���. .,.   -,,,���, ���'""   '" " ""il 3 >'eai'�� ai ,.
rible  evil  oi    grafting,  whatever, to ���e!og ,,���,,,���, ^ proynblyJOO &J&? Vancouver;  C.  it. Armitage. Ruskin.   .        " acres on cornei' Ha8tin68 ""' Royal Oak - ,       ll5n
him. that term may mean. years, it is not difficult to believe thai ,, ,. *'3U Per ac
- grouse might kerip, under the same cir-   U�� acres on car line at city limits;   5-room 1 -,.    ,-.��� ,
-      B������. cutostances, for two or three weeks.- 1 ,,,,-,.���.,,.,- ,v r!ll- I)U,V vi.'\, s '  ''i'""[ cow :1" ' stabk';  household furnltiin a,iKU
Ol IFPQ   I (i\/Cy Al^liviri ... �� 1 ' >   '- t 1 IS '-   I .\    I 11 '.   I'M 1.1    -N '- u ^-     i'ii,..,  ��-i 1 =n
WUttM  LUV ce'.1,-\AliMG. Letter in Country I.iie. imeSJ.ioO.
'"':  ,;" ion ,
TUESDAY.  MARCH   19,  1907.
THEiR     RESPECTIVE     POSITIONS.
3crj.
the only sound it can utter is a hoarse   on  such   a   subject   must   always   be
The belter terms conl roversy, which
rave occasion for a greal expenditure   a S������h, AmcriZ7ni7,! u 1, wiM ~    ,.    , ���    ,   ,
o". ink and oratory some months ar >. ii* ,ii:,ce- i.y DanchiK                                                       '       '
,,                     ���     ,  ,      ,     . r,.,              , .   , .   '               "                     Clianeell'ir James K.  Dny was one*
bas been  revived by the introduction There is u bird In South America that   advlslug   ,   voung   uudorgr���duate   ol     n^
'���1 the House of Commons of a series makes love with its feet.   It is a hand-   Syracuse university to cultivate tact.! L0ST~(I"  ' ;'""'   M:v"- ���' coal   w'lh
o   resolutions looking to such amen I- 8ome creature, bul walks clumsily, and   "But, alas," he said', "I tear that advice '.    papers, ietters, etc., of value' to own
mem   of   the   British   North   America
Acl   a.,   tin-   Imperial   Parliament,   as
will make it possible to carry oul  the, ^^^^^^^^^^^^^__
readjustments agreed  upon    by    the of lts 8e^i though its antics only serve   s;li'                ,,,    ,
conference   of  premiers   of   the   m-o ! as m Jndentlve to laughter to human     ,   l'tact could be bought, only those  fireman   .WANTED���Good    wages
vinces   which  was  held al   Ottawa a beings who see them.                             In'-'it.'"   '                          ������-.���   !    Steady job; eight-hour shift.   Apply
lew  months ago. TUis bird, known as the cock of the       ''           ...                    ��� --^           to manager al Gas Work
As   Uie-   Daily   Xews     pointed     oul
wli'.1   the  mailer  was  up  for discus
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS Ca"   3Md  See  ��Ur  llSt  of houses ^  "Oti in the cit;
cluck.   It dances, however,  in a way   wasted.    On  tnct  the last   word wan
., 1    ���    .��� .1     c       ,       <noken bv 1'. irl'ev ,1'Aurevllle when he
that wins admiration from the females   spou-eu u.i ami   .,
of Its sex, though Its antics only servo
- as an indent!ve to laughter to human
beings who see them.
This  bird, known as the cOCk of the ^^^^^kMa*MMMMaaMMMM*aEEEEsaattttW
rock, lives in ihe northern mountainous
portion of South America.   It ls about
tMMtttttttt^ftmt^lt^SSMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMWaSMWaSMMMM ^C  SJZC llll'ge  ChlckCU. H^H^l^il^^^^^^HI^HBMI       '
sion on lhal  occasion. British Colum-      q'\ic entit",  bird���body   bead  wintrs gel plants Is by scoring the bark of the
bia   had   two distincl     and    separate   and tail���Is blood red In color, with the ""���''   ��-hcre   you   wnul   tli"   roots   to
claims to preseni at that time,   There | exception of tbe tail  feathers,  which Prmv   :uu]   covering   the   injury   with
was, first, her claim lor readjustment    bave a narrow band of brown across sphagnum moss, which must always be
papers    'iters,
er only,  lu   ; ocket,     Kinder  ple ise
return  papers to 1��ill}   N'ews < Ifflc,
HALE & LANE,  Real Estate AS(
248 Columbia St.,  New Westminster, B C
and at CALGARY, Alberta
Making New  HiiiiiuT Phiiiis ���-"���
l-'roni a nibber plant which is grow-   TIMBER  LANDS���We deal exclusive-
Inc in a living room, the host^way^to |    ly in timber,    Have large and sm:,u
tracts on water, If you wish t ,
buy or sell, see me. E, Ft, Chan Her,
107  Hastings  Sm.  Vancouver,  B.C
s
prmg butting's
'! don't," said *he wlio had been
married the matter of some few months
or so.   "He belongs to me."
them near the ends which are tipped kept damp.   Roots will soon permeate
., V'"'"   ���'.���;""- "'  *e  '!l ���'���' wlth buff.   On the bead is a crest of tbe moss, when the limb should be cut  ,1
s-. call them) which ar- given to all 1-e.|tll(,1.s ���ke ;1 great ,.eU ball> whJch pff and potted.   Garden Magazine.
the   iirovinces  of   the   Dominion   and contracts or expands at the pleasure of	
in  litis mailer she asked   for  nothing its owner. Kep< Her Word.
more than equal treatment.    On this When the mating season comes sev- ".I'his." said  the school  friend  who
point,   the   conference   of   provincial en to ten  males seek  some secluded lmd not seen her for n year, "this is the
premiers was entirely  unanimous   On s!>ot "'here there Is a level  patch of girl who vowed to me that she never |
��� ���                                                                           "Timid   mi,1   cle'-ir   II    of   inv   ��ticL-��     would belong to any man. eli.'
his return I rom Ottawa, Mr. McBride J   sucks,      ��         ...
,���,   , , ,. , ,.        stones or  leaves,  stamping  down  the
endeavored  (see his speeches ai  Vic-   ,, ..-,, ���. ���   ���    ,     ��� ,     ,"
1 dirt till it is hard and level,
toria and in Xew Westminster) to ere-     'j lion   they   call   the   females,   who
ate an impression thai  British Colum-   stand al the edges of this novel arena. 	
Ida lia I been discriminated against in   One at a time the males then perform Women Writers.
litis  common   readjustment    bul   the   a  most  curious dm    Each  dancer      N>   know   a    number   of   women
...in    .-        .���   i       ���.  ���  , will   tirsi   strut   no  -iml   elnun   ,i   fm��    writers,  and  many  of  them  are  very
publication oi the official statement of "'     "'   """  "   tew , ,   ,.,������   ,,,,,,, , ,,,.���. i ,nt.,ntr  ���t
,,.,,   ���,    .,��� ..    ,      .       ,      ,     ,    ,   times and then, to the apparent delght   good IooWng-much bettei   looking, at
tne pioceedings, showing that  he had      ,��� ,, . ,    ,1rlv rate  tlnn men writers   whose an
il the rest, commence to caper around    fl"J ,,uo' Tntln "' "  A""rM' "'"' "i"
tully agreed ai  Ottawa   with  the  ar-    a   an   extremely   ludicrous   manner,   pearance is very seldom as attractive
rangemenl  which he was denouncing,   spreading his tail and wings, pufflng   '-���� tueir work*~.Aeadenve
compelled  him  to abandon   that   part   up his crest, bowing to the others and
���:' his  defense. at the same time keeping up a hopping   - : *
British    Columbia's    second    claim   Bait until he is exhausted.
a;..o ,,���. -, �����������,���, :., ,           ,��� When all the males have danced each
w'is mm  a special un re.ise ol subsidy, ��,.,,,                             ,   .,
female  wil>  choose a  mate,  and  the
oi   some  other substantial    financial happy pairs depart to begin housekeep.
satisfaction  in  view of certain  things m^.                                                                                                    JCOOO
whit h   placed   her   In   a   position   i ,-
wards   the   Dominion,   differeni   from ARTIFICIAL  FLOWERS.
'' ' "''" " ; ' "'..':..���.' .i so far os the
flscal   relations   oi   Province and   Do- ,,���,,,. 1>v Sl���.(.i:iliH,B.
""":":'  u"r" concerned.     Into a con- Artificial  flowers  wer,.  Invented   by
slderation  of the things  which  made pious nuns.    In  tho  Italian  convents
,'liis   difference���these   circumstanc s tbe altars and shrines were up to the
peculiar to this province���il is n .: ne- l'M'1 "'' ,'"' eighteenth century decorat-
cessary  to  enter now.     Suffice  i;  to ",l   'viUl  ortlllcial  flowers,  labortously
u������ ,,   , ,,        ,,.- ��� ��� ,   ,. . put together, ..f paper, parchment aud
sa.\ thai these things which to m   ... ., .... '. ',
. Other stia   materials,    In a   Venetian
ground ol British  Columbia's claim   lo vyarghpuso   the   most   wonderful   pro
lv;i  -v  exist, and an- acknowledged to ductions   of   natural   flowers   are   ex-
"(���\ist and to establish a claim for sub- hlbitcd   In   glass  cases,  and   in  many
stantial    financial    recognition.    Th, eases, not  only the richest nnd  most
onlv poinl in question is the am mm. brilliant colors, but the very scent of
,'    , , ,. , ,, the flowers has been stolen from na-
n the resolutions referred to al the , ,.  ,,,, ,, _.,���
ture, lor some ol the artificial uowers
����lset, the am,mil!   is pul  al  Sim.  afe Bteeped   in   u,���  pei.fuine  distilled
a   ear for ten j ears    a total oi a mil- [rom  the  flower which  it represent".
lion    dollars.    British    Columbia,  al- r.ast century n Swiss Invented a ma-
; unanimously, says thai it is nol chine for cutting out  the  leave., and
enough      The    Ottawa    government, petals, but It can only be used for tb��
,   . .;.:,  ;1���,  Minister ol   Finance, has smaller kinds sudi as are wanted toi
, . hyacinths, lilies of the valley aud otb-
s-';i lhal  "  ia ir" enough! :,!;'    '    !' or small flowers,   lu larger petals lh,
'"��� all tbal 'a no"  proposed I  gi\ Irregularities of manual work are pro-
thanks I , the Hon.  li. McBride. fcrred  to the stiff and correct forms
Of i ��� hall 1  ��� .ol 1 that 'iii- produced by machinery.   This material |
siati    ���. infair representation of which the petals aro made is woven
lhe   ;   e;  bul  it Is lhe nal  truth '�� special factories.   The scissors and
-       ,,     ,,   ,      ,. ,. other tools u-e,l lev the girls employ-
for  .-ell     that.     ( onservative     papers      , ,,        , , ��� ,   ,, ,
ed as well as the presses In which tho
seek to put  lhe blame upon lhe Otta    nlm ,uv ,���,,,.,���, ���;, ,,,., ,,,.���.,,, .,,,. ���, ���
OB  PRINTING���We  work    for    the    Tucf    A ��-*.i��, 3J   �����,      I   .1 1 i
best , , fv,.,   Westminster. ^ust Arrived one of the   largest and mo|
complete stocks in British Columlia
Your order will be appreciate 1
ARROW PRESS. Room I. Dail}
News  Block, MRS.   DOMIXY, Pr i
TENDERS
SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER, $5.00 UP I
OVERCOATS TO ORDER $17.00 J
R. A. &  I.  Society.
SEALED TENDERS  for the rec in
at,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���
Queen's Park, will be received bj the Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Suit- ke
undersigned  up   to   I   p.m.,   Tuesday, r ,-   , ,- r
tree ot charge tor one year.     (J
March   10th  next. i^,^^^^^^
W.   II.  KEARY
Manager and  Secretar)
N'ew  Westminster, .Match 13, 1907.
pt in repair I
THE
pen evenings.
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR
257  FRONT STREET X/f    T   A XTrTnv|
Cor.   McKenzie   and    Front M.     L A N G 1 RY |
Spring
Shoes
Just
Unpacked
wa    gove; nmenl - it ion    the    Llbi i al
shape specially adapted to the work.
in the Province anywhere ex Each part of a flowor is made by spe
cepl when i. belongs, upon the Pre clallsts. In one room, for Instance,
i  lei  ol  British Columbia. only stalks of flowers and  leaves are
i)..,��� n.p made; in another, fruits and berries of
nil kinds are cast If thoy are wax or
blown if made of (.'!:'.<;.   The clover-
Further
A nnouncements
To-Morrow
������'������ ���     i       ���'        -   -��� l FEED     v.,- kee - the
' '   ' ": '; lay by giving I
Str,    ���      ..     i ,   |ive  --,,..
and ' '.::\ \r-
NAD1   SI i tried I       Pasl      !" . .   :
���'!   ''   '   '���   ���        '   ���    I"  ..  : '       ���..��� ..,���
McQUARRIE
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
T  STREET. -rei..
N'o i ne   : in   le doi e n     ���  ttian  we
unfoi unate position In  ��hich
i he n utter now  slan Is;   and  w,
es,  workers are" employed In making
tier in  which  it   was handle I  by  Mr.
McBride.
esi    unr 	
certainly r< fuse to accepl aa I'm.el any    blossoms of the single pM lis and bon
such Bettlemenl as thai  proposed;  bul    rpiets, wreatlis and garlands of the sin
wo   musl   insist   upon  the  poinl   thai    gin blossoms.   Dundee Advertiser.
iii,. deplorable  position  In  which  Ihe
matter   now    is.    lias     been     broughl Subjective Drowning.
aboul entlrelj and Bolely by Ihe man-      T"" dentist's chair was tipped so fa;
back that escape for tho village seam
stress, a lady ,,:' remarkable convorsa-
i tional ability, was Impossible.    Wads
��� of absorbent  cotton  were  lucked  be
GOOD DIGESTION. ni'iith   her  tongue,  SOlllo  pnteu!   appll-
.,..     ,       . . ,,      ance held ber jaws apart, and all the
lhe   lengthy   answer   given   to   the    , ,   ,���       ��� '
lower lialr ol lier countenance except
""'"ll"1 ""' De,ta rldlnS' by the Hon. one ,,,���.,. ,,mtll ���.������ ,.������,���,,���, ,������,,,,.
the Minister of Finance in the Legis-   a decidedly  damp rubber dam.    The
lattir i  Friday,  shows thai   one of   patient's   mouth   was   full   of   water.,
our townsmen has been [eeding reg- Bpoecb was Impossible, and the poor,
ularly at the Governmenl trough, with   naturally talkative lady was suffering
agonies of discomfort,
Tho engrossed dentist paid no beed
to ber squlriuings or to thc appeal in
to date  from June I,  1903, but    the   her eyeg.    Fortunately, however, the
clerk   who    prepared    the    Minister's   patient's I Is wen- free,   Uroplng In
answer evldentlj had the glfi of hu- the reticule that bung from her belt,
mor, for he Includes the tasting bll she brought forth paper and pencil and
thai whetted Peter's appetite.   There   wrote:
"Help
an appetite'  thai   would   surprise  the
gods.    The return was only asked for
WATCH   THIS
SPACE
Johnston's
Big
Shoe House
appears   to   have been   a .shun   Ume
spenl In preparation, a squaring of the
limits, a setting of the neck, a   leter-
niine i thrust   forward of    the    head
.._     Help!
Youth's Companion.
I'm   drowning."���
\  Pact'* < ui-i.iuN < ompllment,
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'    '     I i He ���' irks b mi  -,-       if  yon  ,ei   yo
'l 'ne   3  the "Boston Dentist8.�� Our o et U,       i i    '
cIa11   ' ' " ������' mj  ;���   irs' experh ice.    We empl     n i
v' -:'. ���"" omplishe l with the    i i of the "Boston Dent sis'" .
' ] !'aln!es3 methods, i., the    ������-���   know n to the i   if<
,;i',|;!  ;"'"<''Mii:n crown an 1 '     '      work can:,..' ,^i^^^
������''���'  '   : ' :-:':  Price.    Lei  us   the j in an ostl   al j
We Guarantee ail Our Work for 10 Years ^ a j
Protective Guarantee \
Hill'    J
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Read Our Prices���They Never Chan
1   '"  :""  "���   teetl $5 and up
,;  ��� I Crowns   $3X0
Brl '8 ��� Woi:.. per : ioth $5.00
Ciiild Fillings.
Silver Filling!
Extracting.,   .
$i mi L'i'   &
50'   'f\
lit,   i{|
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited |
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
��� DR. A. R. BA KER, Consulting Der't:st'
r      Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m.  .un. ��. ��. bm rsiiM, won�� a - ,
�����-^,v. ,enAV. MA^H 19.  1907.
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TllK DAILY NEWS
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Finely Tailored
Garments
For Those
Who want
THE BEST...
K": '   ' -i id   men's  outfits,     li   would   seem as   if
["neral designs, 'phone Tidy, the Flo     the wlelders of the
:    are a little, hit backward about un-
Mrs. T. It. Pearson  i
il   the  flrsl   Thin -    :.i e
io scissors and need-
backward about ni
'l,���! taking  the  clothing  contract    fo
these "men ot might."   It is probable
that a  IiidI;  at one ot  these  brawny
I hi holders of law and order is enough
s evening al  tli    residei       i   \:m to   make   the  ordinary   tailor    think
'""' Mrs- ('1:i'��� twice before  wishing  to contract   at
Thc Canadian  Pacitl,   L                 ��� ��rd,nary  ",i'','s
"; '''" Moodj    . '��� i in applica The Vulcan Iron Works presents a
11   " '"���ll    ii ' ning   ..    Ins for 25 husj   aspeci   tie's..  dayB,  more orders
ill('hes of water from    an    unnamed coming in   than  can  be conveniently
Uream   passing through   its   property bandied,     The linn have gol a branch
into Burrard Inlei of the nam line inn, their shops al
,,,,,,, present, and till heavy machinery can
���Mon.la,   morn n         . ice court  ore- ,                          ,                        . ,
,., ���,,... " run  in on the car and  safely un-
11,1  tw"    ''"' ,l"    w '': "'ers    A'ho loaded
hud  imbibe 1 nol   wiselj   ml     .    ��  '
...There's Just One Chance in a Thousand...
Of course it's very improbable, but still there's just the chance,
that when you contemplate house fuiaishing you might not know
just where to go for the Best Furniture at the Best Bargain
Prices. Take no chances, but enquire of any prominent citizen of
New Westminster or surrounding country and the unanimous verdict
of Merchants, Traders, Farmers and Mechanics (all of whose happy
homes bear evidence of our Magic Touch) will be, go to JOHN A.
LEE for Carpets, Linoleums, Oil Cloth, Lace Curtains, Coverings
for Furniture, or any article required for complete house furnishing.
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BLOCK,
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
Tli 'j   were given an  insight   Into   ,a
This business is   assuming
large   proportions,   and   ilie   manage-
The   ���   ar,    man;    poin  -    ,|  origin-
������..::��� i ������;    lyle aboul
Coal      ml Skirl      old al  Smith's   Iii
In      m .    i have     nol     lie eto
���   ���   .;       idVI      '       ���
This se ison, �� it h out  new :���!   Iii
tore    ... ������ j ���   able    to   levol,   to
ments   the  ent Ire   i ea i     i-wear   sec
tion   of   the       i ..   i which
onl line I mill ml i mis),
and every woman w ho i   inte
1    ty]    .    - ! ithing,  al    m -
in ices, wl      ... i see  whal   we
have.
i'      . .:   .      iui        ing    are    the
I'm .   !���;���  n   Suits, which
1 uu    In:   Int   irted   ��orst   i . t weeds,
Idol li,  Coveri -  and  all
matei ial-.       i'ii >y   have   the
ne-v.    ...   ted   skirts   and   . anel   skirts
and ' ..    Uorie Silk, Taffeta,
\ ��� ��� \ iqtii nd Braid on collat s
an I cuffs. $18.30, $22.50. $2j.00, $32.50
' -  $35.00.
N ... ���   eats, New   Ml    es Skii ts. New
UIoum       New     i ���    Ize   Skii   >,   Ner,
li"' pro, 'dure, an I departe i  le
'���"'al : ..,��� <ef $2.5 . and costs.
the
lain   Si ale,   who   fo     I lie   pasl
1      ���������    taying  .it  the
menl is contemplating several Improvements, the latesl being a boll
threading machine which was lnstal-
li :   ni Saturday.
SEE    THI   ADVANCE    MODELS   IN
A ��� ��� v ���. the hats that are des-
t. ; ��� . elong to lea lei s ol fashion
... ;lie coming season,
,.  the   new    Mushroom     Models,
.... 1 Tin inns, Flops, Leghorns. The
! I
��� ew  Westminster never before �� i
'.   ai istic  hea I wear.
, '.      >.' :! ���
I     ���   yea     we   though    had    ���
���mm lisplay,   bul    this      ��� ���
rev I '"s one,
Miss  M K"t m.i will
,ou   th     ��� .....
io w  wrinkle      I     : ihlon.
Imported   Black   Hats,   of    C
Brai 1   Silks,   etc.,   $3.C0.   $3.75,   $3.00,
$,'.75 to $17.50.
Ne .��� English Sailors, 35c, 50c. 75c
$1.00. $1.75  lip  to $4.00.
Kiglu ol the G dch in hotel
�� . le happy yesterday morning
!>> the receipt of shamrock leaves
from Erin's sod, which arrive 1 a few
hours too lat.. to be worn on ri'. Patrick's day, but were in time for the
i: ish eon, ei t. F. R. Glover and E. J.
Ci, n were among the recipie nl - of
I    three !--    el  blem.
���I.  Thumps ni,  a   graduate    of    St,
'   '     Paul's  college,   Lincolnshire,  Eng.,  is
preseni   ,  guesl  al   the home of J.
M- S        [   '    '    I-   Mclnnes.     Mr. Thompson,  who is
- where  ,,   church   ol   England   lay   preacher,
will be full> ordained next Sun.lay in
W, , ., ...   , [s   the   English Cathedral,   and   will, the
several     importanl   1'0,lowI��S  Tuesday,  in   company   with]
. piarter 1 ivin i   ie, n .-    ':i" Bish��l��. proceed to the Nicola Val-
... ,);:|1 n, p_   ley, where he will be placed in charge
[art  & c...    yesterday, two deals,   ":   ""' ,|is,1'i("-     Ml-  Thompson is a
in   fo   ������;-,���, in Burna iy,  ind one for  young man '"' "n';" l",">"isi'. who lias
.... on Twelfth street, were closed   made '>"'"' a number of friends during his shorl stay in the city,
The  members  of the   Literary So-'
ciety of the li. V. P. l'��� passed an en-
ji yable evening al   the  home of  Mr.
and Mrs. George Anderson last night.
(,'.ernes  and music   wore, indulged   in,
and a charming duet, exquisitely rendered by the Misses Wooster and Slocum, was  highly  appreciated.  Others
taking    pan     were     I-'.    .1.     Wnal-
ey, recitation;   Miss  May Postill,*"pla-
For cut   hyacinths,  carnations  and   :i" solo; a humorous Irish reading by
funeral designs, telephone  T.   Davies   V- T.  C,   Lever, and a  recitation  by
& Son, florists.    Tel., B208. '������ ���'��� Whaley.   The fun and frolic hav
ing heen Indulged In until a late lionr i |
A"   Incipient   blaze,   caused   by  an   refreshments were served and the hap-
overheated  chimney on  Sixth street,   ,,,. gathering dispersed.
���   terdav    morning      disturbed    the
. illations of the men sm,-      '" s:,iu' "f ��"-  'wreBBe of popula-
tioned  at No.  2 Bre hall.     The  Bre   ,",n  and  the brlght  P���BPecta ahead,
. ,, ��� ,,      ��� ,,,,   the Douglas school, about two nnd one
fighters were quickly upon the scene,
,.   ,      , ,    ���, ,.,,.  half miles from Aldergrove, which has
and  a  dose  ol   the chemical  qulcklj
. ,   .    . ,        ... lee-,-n doing business  for    some    ten
extinguished  the   conflagration.
years or more, appear.- te, be going to
"Chelmsford, Read)  for Sea," is the have a difficulty in keeping its attend-
title of the latesl  picture postal card lance   up   to   the   required   standard,
placed on the local market.    The pic- mosl of the former pupils having be-
lure is  the work  of  \V.  T   Cooksley, come   old   enough   to   acquire   know-
and  is  executed  in thai   gentleman's ledge  in  other  spheres.    Should   the
l,e.Sl  style,     The  photo was taken on school   have  to  be  closed, it    would
Saturday afternoon, when the Chelms- work  a   grevlous   hardship   on   those
ford was readj to pro   ed on its [our- remaining youngsters    who   still    re-
nej  to Valparaiso. main, as most  of them are much to:,
, fai  from anv other school.
Vldergrove is  Increasing in  1 ip
tion     Mi   l!. Freeman has had it stir- A Hardman, who  recently  took  up
veyed into a townsite and is now put- an agency for the sale of Perfect Pan-
. ,:, ,���,   , -.._,, hotel.   Th - tram stir- tries in the Western  Kootenays, yes-
have     run    three    lines terdaj   sent   oui   James   Forman and
t       ,.���.;'.    listrlct, each of which is G. H. Snow, two agents, who will work
the best by the ranchers the  territory.     These  two men   will
JV'j|1:                    Y ���      is a new mill tommence   selling   the    pantries   ai
eing i      ted on Long's Con
I...RATTAN... I
I TRA VELING :
I   BAGS   !
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FOR DURABILITY AND
LIGHTNESS these Goods
are unsurpassed. For a
lunch basket these beat the
fiber goods in price and weight.
Beat the Canvas Telescopes also,
and  distance  the  Suit Cases.
Telescopes, 50c and 75c each.
Telescope Suit Cases, $1, $1.25,
and $1.50.
Club Bags, 15c, 25c, 35c,40c,50c
Suit Cases, leather bound on
corners, $3 the case.
A better quality, leather bound
$4.50 and $5.
TH SMITH
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Gran 1   Forks,   and   continue   through
as far as Field.    Mr. Hardman recent-
. n   ". '   :.   received  a  carload of the Perfeci
the men   ers        Pacific ,  No,   pantries, and expects to make heavy
R lars   of    Ten       ���' -       .   ,.s   through   iit"    medium    of    bis
V ncotn    . will agents.   Mr. Hardman has also acquir-
tern : vi ;' '    the '      '    ���'���   "'���'   ,-\  the selling rights in King County,
Th,   vi Itors wil '   wash., and oilier plac, s.
. amme,  while  Un "r
\, n   \Ve stn Instei  i     '       No.  L tt'ii!
PHILLIPS
The WARDROBE CLOTHIER
F. .:. Han has purchased a large
aui en obile, which  will be use 1 ,
THE SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B.C.
LAND DEPARTMENT
SOME SPECIAL SNAPS
BURNABY
A GOOD BUY
���   ��� "  l��mn,nta      '   ' '    m,a       ,,,. ective clients of the
aterers' film of F   .1. Hart  &  Co. a few of th,'
.(   ��� ; ., y   if  land    elonging  to   th many snaps which are offered by this
;       Hen      \V Ish,        '        gressive    firm.    The    automobile,
....   g ,,,,,.  ���;,,.,   ago,  evi'i   shortl; ; ���:���  ,\as     rehased towards the end
.    .  t ,,.;  |j,   y. ,i. Ha     &  C i.   This ,     | IS    v.,,. :.   si ats   tour   persons in
117       es of first- autiition to the chauffeur, who is an E5lirnafc>y
l,.; i  .. . ', and expert   hired    to  run the  auto   until Fronting 500 feel on Hastings Road,  fronting  ir.nn feet  on Royal  Oak
,-, ,   ..       ;,,,, of the firm to  llvide ^,u.i, tim��� as m,-. Hart becomes fam-   R0aUi eleven acres in all, only $175 per acre.   Price will not remain long
am]   into   small   holdings.    Thi ; ;:il. wj,i, the machine.   The automo-   .,,   lilis |0W  flfure.
...   v ngbi   ihe  propert;     ,;;,.  was  purchased because    it   was jo acres In lot 8S Burnaby for sale cheap, at $80 per acre; easy terms.
. .,        ,,    , ��� . , md  impossible to take  prospective 160 acres, splendid soil, In lot  11, Burnaby.   .$170 per acre,
.. igtonii rs   t nm I    with the   help    of
:'��� three horses belonging to Lhe firm. Surrey
;..  ,  ....   n      i   Ni        . ���       ^ ���~-~~��� ��~~~~��� ^e jiave f()|, gaje in |)lis beautiful   farming municipality 90 acres on the
;-,. ('..    V.  il.  C.  Abbott,  i     \bbo     & DIED. Hyjorth road.   This is listed fora few days only  at $20 an acre.    A  chance
lydean.l   I. McClella   1,1 te of^Leth- ^^   ^   1;:]^  wil;:.,.u   s   Sn> ,,.,_   of fl  [lfetlme_
rltige,  Uta.. mei  Satu  I y nig.n  fo       aged S7 years. A. splendid selection of farms alw ays  listed  with    us throughout    the
ti!,.   flrsl   time   since   Christmas   lay,      K,iinoi.!i]   .,..,,   nm    Tllesday. from I charming Fraser River Valley.   Call   em us. we will ho pleased to go into
They   served   throughout
$75
Ign In the same
t y p '
acre
for 32 acres in District
Lot 88; close to lake.
Can be got on good
terms. One-third cash,
balance 1 and 2 years.
1001.
S , tth African campatgi
troop, and the preseni meeting ��
..;���,. accidental, neither man knowing
whether the other was dead or alive.
The final practices in connection
with the visit ^ the Portland Y. M.
C \ basketball t, im I i New vVes.-
���,, Wednesday and Friday of
aged Si ye.ii'-.
Funeral   2:30   p.m.,   Tuesday,  from I charming
residence, i ir. Third avenue and Sev-   full details
.-lit ll   : I i'i .' .
Lots throughout the city of New   Westminster trom $*>'�� to $2,000; houses in all parts for sale.
I    O.   ��^>    O. F. H. T. Thrift, Mgr. J. B. Wilson W. H. Clarke
i 713 Columbia St.  (Fales Block), Tel. 334.      Branch  Office, Hazlemere,  B.C.
Invitation  io Banquet.
ister on  w >���,"���""������ All  members of  Amity  bodge,  No,
this w,ek. are al  present  being held.   ,,.^ { Q Q y   .ul,, .lU i-osnU-m and so-
The local  boys have  been .practicing   Jolll,nlng  oddfellows and  their wives
;,,.,. ;,��� i are in fine condition
for the
all Rebekah Sisters, are invite 1
game.
Tl
Iniission on each even-  b   ,h(i membera ���.- R0yal City Lodge,
��� wiU be --..'��� and the tnatcn snouia   No  .,^ (  Q Q  F| .(l attend ., banquet
McLEOD, MARK &
The Farm Land Specialists,
Netv Westminster
iati a s'.i luld
here   ""'"'  and entertainment  in the Oddrellows'
., ,-,., hall on   Friday  evening,   March 22nd. ,
- ���������..���"������������
Moved to New Premises
302 McKenzie St.
A.  HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting THE DAILY NEW
mt*-
Ladies $15 Watch
CHAMBERLIN'S   SPECIAL
P. S. Bartlett, 6 Size Movement,  Fitted
in  14 kt. Gold Filled Cases, for $15.00
W. C Chamberlin
The Jeweler
Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTON   WATCHES
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY  WATER-
PROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
JUST TO HAND.     EVERY;PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at|giving away prices.
See our Window and Door.|
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������J
Established 1887
Incorporated 1906
Gilley Bros. Ltd
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND  FORGE  COAL.
VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CEMENT.
This celebrated Cement is
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
ROSEEANK   LIME.
MANITCEA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW  BRUNSWICK PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY      and     MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
GEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,
SAND, CRUSHED  ROCK.
* Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22
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Tiie Schaake Machine Works,itd
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
3 ULLET I N
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Dally
Leave
D:20   a in
I:35    p in
4:35    p in
9j20    a in
:::"ii   ], in
i> m
NEW
WESTMINSTER
9:51
Blaine,   Bellingham,   Burling! m,
Mt. Vein,hi. Everett, Seattle,
Portland.
Spokane, St. Paul, 3:00 ], m
nnd all points East
Anacortes,  VVoolley,  Rockport, 3:00 ;> in
Vancouver |     9:20 a in
 | 4:35 11 m
Dally
Arrive
3    p in
9:55   ii in
Leave   Now Westminster for Guichon    3:50  p. m,     Arrive
Guichon fi p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
8:45 a.m. arrive from Guichon; 9:30 a.m. l.v. for Vancouver.
ROUTE  OP THE  FAMOUS "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland Trains 2
Spokane, St, Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis   and   all   points   East.
For complete Information, rates, berth reservation, etc., call
,.n or address,
P. C. MEYERS, Agent,
Bank of Commerce Building,       --       New Westminster, B. ('.
S. fl. YEIIKKS, A. G.  P. A.,
Cornei  Second Avenue   and Columbia   Street,   Seattle, Wash.
GOG AND  MAGOG.
Varloni     Tradltloni     R*Iatin��     t��
TiiPkr Two l-'ii',,,,,'" Giant*
Who wen- Gog and Magog? English
traelitie.ii says that they were the inst
of a race of giants wine Infested England until they wen- destroyed by
some of tbe Trojans who went to the
British isles after the ilcslriietion (if
Troy. Gog and Map'!-'. It Is said, were
taken captive to London, where they
were chained at the door of the palace
Of Uie king. When they died wooden
Images of th*' two giants were put in
their places. In the course of time a
great tire destroyed these, but now, if
you po tei London, you will see iu the
great ball of one of Uie famous buildings - the Guildhall - two Immense
wooden effigies of men called <!og and
Magog.
Hut then- nre oilier traditions of the
two giants, t'ne is to tbe effect that
when Alexander tbe Great overran
Asia he chased Into the mountains of
Uie north nn Impure, wicked and man
eating people who were twenty-two nations In number nnd who were shut up
with a raiiip.'irt in which were pates of
brass. One of these nations was Goth
and another Magoth, from which we
reaellly pel the mimes of I lie mythical
giants. It is supposed, however, that
Uie Turks were meant by Cup and the
Mongols were the e-liilelivn of Magog.
We shall find menti ,n made of Gog
and Magog in many hooks, Including
the Bible, but there are the great wall
anil the rampart of <:<'-.' anil Magog,
whatever may bave been the fact that
pave tin' name's <,f lhe- two giants to
tliat portion of the structure.
TUESDAY   rt.
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FEES  IN  ENGLAND.
Th<"     Trt'iiNiiry    Hum    Many     Scheme*
That  Snell  l<��  Income,
When a young mun determines to
become a barrister and enters Uis name
: at one of the inns of court In London
or Dublin he has to pay to tbe governmenl a fe.' of ��25. And when lie is a
full fledged English or Irish barrister
or a Scotch advocate he lias to fork out
a further sum of ��50.
Should he desire to become a solicitor
be is lined even more heavily, when
he becomes an apprentice his fee to
the' government Is ��80, and his yearly
duty when he begins to practice Is, for
the first three years. ��.') In the country
and ��-1 10s, In London or Dui,lin and
1 after the third year til and ��0 respectively. See tliat a solicitor practicing
forty years In London will have paid
the government over ��400.
A law agent (Scotland) pays ��60 at
commencement of study nnd ��55 or ��ST>
on beginning practice it the sheriff's
' court or court of session.
If you want to change your surname
of your own free will the government
charpes you only ��10, but If you do It
under the direction of some deceased
benefactor it costs you ��50.
Bishops pay ��30 for permission to be
elected and ��30 more for the royal assent to their election, and the fees paid
on receiving letters patent are: By a
baronet. ��100; a baron. ��150; a viscount,
��2(iu; an earl, ��250; n marquis. ��300,
aud a duke, ��350.���London Express.
PENITENTIARY    SUPPLIES.
Sealed tenders a.l.liessed   "Inspect
ms of    Penitentiaries, Ottawa," an I
endorsed  "Tell,id's   for   Supplies."   Will
he 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   Penitentiary.
Si. Vincent ,le Paul Penitentiary.
Dorchester Penitentiary.
Manitoba   Penitentiary.
iiii'ir-h Columbia Penitentiary.
Alberta Penitentiary, Edmonton, Alberta.
Separate tenders will he received
fi : each .if the following classes of
SU] ; ..e E:
1, Coal.
2. Coal oil.
::. Cordwood.
4. Drugs.
,".. Pry poods.
,;. Forage.
7. Fresh fish.
5. Fresh mea'.
9, Groceries.
io. ila: iware,
11. Leather,
l.v Milk.
; I, ..;:- .ui.i Paints.
l:. Pork and Bacon,
i".. Se.:.- Leather.
1.1. Tinware.
I; 'tails of Information as to .form  if
contract, together with forms.of tender, wi;: be furnished on application
in the Wardens.
All supplies are subjeel t., the approval of the Warden.
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
(JEO. W. DAWSON,
Inspectors of Penitentiaries.
Department of Jusi ice,
Ottawa, February 14, 1007.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
cf British  Columbia.
The  Ashea  of  Hie   Ileml.
James Russell Lowell was ii great
favorite In tbe literary circles of London. On one occasion at a large banquet the peculiarities of American
speech were discussed with English
bluntness. Lord s. called to Mr. Lowell
loudly, so as to silence all other speakers:
"There is one new expression invented by your countrymen so foolish aud
vulgar ns to l.e unpardonable. They
talk of the 'ashes of the dead.' We
don't burn corpses. No Englishman
would use a phrase so absurd."
"And  yet,"  saiel  Mr.   Lowell gently,
"your poet Gray says, speaking of the
dead:
"E'er in our ashes live their wonted fires.
"And in the burial services of the
church of England it is saiel. 'Oust to
dust and ashes t:, ashes.' We sin ir
good company." A cordial burst of applause greeted ihis prompt rejoinder.
.-'��� iled Tenders addressed to the
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, De-
partment of the Interior, ami marked
im- ihe- envelope "Tender lor Timbei'
Berth Xo. .".ll." will in1 received at
this Department until 111 o'clock noon
on Wednesday, the "lib day of April.
1907, for a license to cut timbei' on
Berth Xo. 511, comprising the North
in.!!' of the South West quarter ami
| the South half of the North West
I quarter of Section 6, Township is.
East of the Coast Meridian, containing an area of IG0 acres, more or less,
The berth must be surveyed within one year after the acceptance of
tender.
The regulations under which a li-
c, nse will lee issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may be
ol tained al this Department or at the
office of the crown Timber Agent at
j X,-w Westminster, B. C.
Each  tender must   be accompanied
1 by an accepted cheque on a chartered
Lank in favour of the Deputy of the
i Minister of the Interior, for the am-
I ount of    the bonus which  the appli-
cant is prepared to pay for a license.
No tender by telegraph will be entertained.   The highest or any tender
: ol   m :essarily accepted
PERLEY  (J.  KEYS,
Secretary,
Di partment of the Interior,
Ot'awa, February 23rd, 1907.
The   Sp,er,.��l   Test.
The severest (esi of manhood is never
fouieel iii pood times, but only in hard
times, it is not the man who has success when others are doing well, but
it Is the man who keeps up bis courag<
and struggles ou when everybody else
is wavering or going down wh , is the
bene in the sight of God nnd men. It Is
an easy matter to make good time
when both wind ami tide are in one's
favor or when one Is moving with ibe
current, bul M requires cbarae ter ami
skill and daring to make bead in spite
of opposing forces or to work sue-eos
fully against tbe current.   Exchange,
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
Dial Inirnlahed.
Visile,i- ejn | eultentlnry) Who is that
distinguished looking couvlct7 Ward,
en-He is known lice as X,,. 1147,
Visii..]��� ii,. seems to bold himself aloof
from liis fellows. Warden -Yes; you
can hardly expect bim to associate with
the common herd, His trial cost tiie
state J'Ji.ei., ,i,i.
The  Only  AVny
A person of little tact owe remarked
to the octogenarian Auber, "What a
end thing it is, this old business!"
"Yes," agreed tl id musician, "it
j Is  sad;   "lent." be  added,  with  witty
philosophy, "up to tbe present time no
surer way lias been discovered to live
' n lonp time."
Second Hand Goods of
ail kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
A   Caution*   Ilaninrl.
"Dearest, with you by my side, I
would willingly pive up all [ possess-
wealth, position, parents���everything."
"I  know.  George,  but In  that  easo
what   would  there be  'oft for n*>."_ ;
Milwaukee Sentinel.
It's a queer fact (hat the hipher a
man rises the less chance he has of be-
I:::' nJ'ioVQ suspicion ..Pin-k
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
For electric signs, dynamos, motors,
funs, 'lib,,ne fixtures, shades, bells, batteries, wii',, ami cables of all kinds
and sizes. House wiring. Motor in
Stalling a specially. All kinds of re.
pairs promptly attended to.
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE 304.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
sixty days alter date we intend to
apply to tin- Honorable the Chlel
Commissioner of I.ami- ,m: 1 Works
for permission to purcba e the foi
lowing tract of land sltuati I in Coast
District, lor a Mill Si:.-. Commencing at a post planted on Bhore of bay
S. !���:. Ann Huaskin Lal ��� . about S.
W. corner T. L. Xo. 6943; thence
South 10 chains; West :< chains;
South lo chains, more <>���: les- to X. E.
shore of Turnbull Cove; thence West
with shore line 20 (bain-; North 1"
chains; East ."i chains; North 1"
chains, more or less, to Bhore of
Huaskin    Lake;    thence    Eael    wiih
shore line 20 chains, :i  or less, to
point of commencement; containing
4o   acres,   more  or   less.
DATED this 19th day : !'��� I ruary,
1907.
The  Mclaughlin   lumber  i ,,.,
LTD.
By C. R, McLaughlin, !':���  ., M. D.
TIMBER   NOTICES.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
30 days after date, we intend :ee apply
to ilu- Honorable ihe Cbi< f Commis
sioner of Lands ami Works for a !-; e-
(ial lie-eiie-e. tn carry away timher from
the following described lands in the
I'., isl  District:
Xo. I. Commencing a: a stake plant-
i ��� 'Mi shore- ,,!' Tsl Bas Lagoon, near
N. W. Cor. T. li. 6829, thence noi th
50 chains, east 128 chains, south 50
chains, west 128 chains to point of
con    . ncement,
No. 2. Commencing al a stake i ml
ed aboul 300 feel from easl she,.,. ,|
Actron Sound, near S, \V. cor, T. L.
6539, thence south 80 chain-., oai I SO
chains to line- of T. I.. 6941, north so
chains to shore of Huaskin Lake, wesl
v" chains, more or leBB, to place o
commencement.
Xo. ::. Commencing al the s. E, corner T, l. 7512, aboul ,  mile, from
head of Forward Harbor, X. !���:.. then,-,.
,l(""!i s" chains, east 40 chains, BOUtb
160 chains, west in chains, north so
chains to place of commencement.
x"'   l-  Commencing  at   ibe  s.  W.
corner of T. L. 7904, about. ,  mil,.
'"""i "f Hie head 0f Frederick Ann.
thence west 80 chains, south 40 chains,
easl 80 chains ami .south -in chains
wi'li line of T. l. 7439, thence east
40 chains to shore at S. \V. corner )0(
274, thence north 80 chains, west m
chains, moi',. ,������ iess, tl) p0jn<, of vmn.
mencement,
DATED this 26th dav of February
1007.
The Mclaughlin lumber co, Ltd.
By C. It. McLaughlin, Pres. and M. D.
THE MORNING PAPER IS THE BEST
PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS.
Pf;
���"ESS'
Whiteside ,711?^
V.    ters and    ,,     "��DS,
Hcitor
W. J. Wh,b
Co! ii ml
la
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Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may lie honiesteadeel by any person who is the sole bead of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, tei
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
ibe local lami office for the district In
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans:
ll) Al leasl six m,mills' residence
upon aiiel cultivation of the land In
each year for three years.
(2) If tbe father (or mother, if the
father Is deceased), of the homesteader resides upon a farm in the vicinity
,,. the land entered for, the requirements as to residence maj ; e satl (1, I
b;.' su, li person residing ��������� Ith the
father oi  n other,
(3) If Cue settler has his permanent residen, e upon farming land owned by him In the vicinity of liis home-
st, ail, the requirements as to rest-
,1, iim,. may be satisfied b) i esldence
upon the said land.
Six months' noiice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $ln
per acre for soft coal and $20 tor anthracite. Not mor,. than 320 acres
can be acquired by one Individual or
company. Royalty at the rate of ten
cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
collected on the gross output.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior,
X. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
MR"   J'   ''���   H "l:T.,v , '1
Canadian  Banl    ��� ,.    ""ton!:
lng, Columbia        (.""����e,,.S
office,
loan.
New   \\
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MARTIN, Wi >RT ��� ,, ~H
barristers, ,,* MfWAld
Bees: New V, , ' �� ��� et, B{
corner  Clarks ,i  , '1 ral'H Bli
Vancouver,,,,. Vg* il
w
Bourne.    Mr i'i
Westminste^te^^lfl
ternoon. ^ Friday J
HOWAY,  REID j                     |
ters,   solid etc   4j^*l
street,   opposite ���   v,<;>
Westminster.    \ ,   ,             '���'���
mi
'M P.0, ;,
' -I
GEORGE K. MARTIN Barrtsi-
Solicitor, .,,   ���  ��� /'    7��-
bla and McKei ��mS
minster, B, C, *'
W. MYERS GR/
and N, tarj p
IM'I  . ;  N'i  .
Qce
' r'Solid
111
B.C, oi
son   street,
P.0   Box 169.
61
BOARD OF TRADE
ster Board of Tr
Boarel Room, I
Second  Wedn,
Quartwly me,
Wednesday    of
August   and   N   . ���
Annual meeting -
Wednesday    of     i
members   maj
elected at anj ,
meetiag.   A. R, V, i.
"���' Westml��|
: ""'���' inths|
' ������ ��i I
' i b mount
on the     ���J
' iary, lis, I
' P. nil
"   the seconjl
ry.   .\'ei|
 I anil
or quarterly!
"', Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. i A, m|
���The regular i i ��� ting o! tbli|
ls heid on tbe Flrsl Wednesday id
each month, al o, k p, m',Ial
the   Masonic   T, I    le     Soiournlajl
brethren are c, invitedtoia
tend.       Dr.  W.  A.  DeWoll SniUj
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE. HO. 17, J
F. & A. M.��� R, '- . - communial
tions of this lodge are held on tku
second Tuesday In , .-.Ci month III
Masonic Temple, ��� S p. m. V:=r.-|
Ing brethren are llallj inr.edl
to attend.    I). V,   Gil, hrlst, Sec.
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY.No.Jill
R.    B.    K.    of meets  1    il
Friday    of    ea ���'   >l
p.   m.,   in   Orang, 11, comer oil
Royal avenue an I streel   sol
Journing  Sir  Km ' I cordi      :
vlted to attend,    v :: Dunlop, W|
P.; .1. Hood, I'm
LOYAL  ORANGE   LODGE, NO. Hid I
���Meets   In   Oral ''   :'l
third Friday In , I
m.    Visiting bretl       are cordlallfl
invited to attend.    A". - ':
James Humph:. s'
I, O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. NO. S-j
The regular me lb ~
are held in Oddf,   ���       ha
bia street, everj   "   ���      ' '   "
at S o'clock.    V; ' ���   '    I
dlally invited to S '
N. G.; C. S. Richn ���       V. &i "' r
Coatham, R. S.;  J. ''    M��
F.  S.;   Alex.  A!.:
A. O. U. VV.���FRASER LODGE No.3
���Meetings the flrsl nd third ru��
dav in each n oi lh. Vlsl -
brethren cordi .
Lodge room. A. ' I.
V. W. hall. Odd-
fellows'  block, I '   street C
S. Corrigan, rec, rder;   Louis win
master workn an,
FOSE OF COLUMBIA LODGE *
115, SONS OF ENGI AND, B. -'
Reel Rose Degree Second  ,M
Fourth Wedn ���  :       ' '    ���
i SI
n  K.  of P.  Hal .!
8 p. m.. Wleii-' i: '
Wednesday   In   , . j  .
time and   place.    Vis
cordially    Invited      ���'   >'
combe, Pres., H. Disi      ���-
COURT BRUNETTE. No. 4099, >.<>^
-Meets the  I'ii-' .  '"   ll
month  ai  8 o'cloi
hall,  Oddfellows'
brethren a,e com: '���'
tend.    .1. M. Rushton, I
Maxwell, H. S.
Ii.
F.P.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARSlOf^
PERANCE met ever) ".fe]|0-j!
at 8 o'clock p. in.- In uuu--""��
Hall,    Columbia
Brethren are cordially lav '
tend, Geo. Burr, S. I
Sec.
Visiting
,11" *
N. R. Bro"'
SONS OF SCOTLAND fAti
SOCIATION, LORD^F    n \
CAMP, 191.-M-"    ;:i;,! ���   onth '��
Third  Tuesday of e\erj      siv,,n,
K.    of    P. Hall.     J��bnRecV
Chief; J. .1. Forrester,
L*w SDAV.
MARC
H  19. 1907.
THE DAILY N'EWS
Many valuable properties have been listed with
as for exclusive sale the past few days. Some
excellent manufacturing sites, farm lands and city
lots. Study the list carefully, it will repay you,
then call on us and make your deal.
IT LOOKED THAT WAY.
fei. 333
FRONT   STREET
Tel. 333
A Good Special
rive acres on 10th Ave.,
;. .,..., iS from old res-
-,. Cii   limits.   $1200.
0 cash,   half  in    six
bioi ths.
gouse 24x24; 4 rooms;
���amed; i side ship lapped.
,rn 12x16.     One   acre
tartly cleared.   Land No.
gal easily cleaved.
JUST A SPECIAL.-lhiit's nil
SPLENDID   HOUSE, TOGETHER
WITH   1"  ACRES   IN   LADNER.
House '_' full    toreys.   4  bedioum��� ,
iarge hall, 2 clothes closei    ; ..
ed and finished in cedar; larg,
beautiful flowers, over 50 ro e ;. ���
hedg< s, high board and wire fence
Beashell walk :  orchard   10 apple, -
pear, 5 prune, 5 plum, large cnern
and other  fruit   trees;   I-- acre o"l
strawberries;  soil black loam, w  i
clay subsoil, well underdrained;
year produced 738 3acks eet' nol
on 1 acres, 2 not fully seeded, 5 tens
of hay, etc., etc.       $4200.00;
$2000  cash.   Fuller particulars on enquiry.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
ha!1'cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on 8th Ave. Price $750,
l--"> cash, bal. easy.
''���"  acre      Large lot and t-.vo cottages on Co
!        '       ",i"-;  ' '- ac- lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rented
-   i;"   "   :'  : ":   ��� ;,' $10 each.
1 ly-1-     ' - ���������   an 1   half,     nal]
.���      ...     fruil    ��� ���'.- ami straw- One and one-halt storej   house and
plants;   $1,700,  half  cash;   bal- ::l->   s;/-''   ;"'.   situated north .side  ot
three months al 7 per cent, Royal avenue and corner of McKlnnls
���  ' mi iie holding, and near E ;''',;  '���' rooms;  bath roe,m, hoi and
ihe city, call and bring this adver- ''"'''   water, close!;   woodshed; young
mis; bath, flush
menl  with  yon   for further  parti- :' ll"'s   fruit trees;   streets em   three
James Inlet, three square miles, at   ' i'ars sides;   fine view.    Price $1,800. $900
hot and cold water;   $6.00 per acre, h ,::',:i.h, balan ���.������-,.       Bight acres on    Vancouver   Road, ��ariL
Ith avenue   and    3rd 330 feet on Jubilee road fac-     One full sized lot, 2nd lot from cor-
Price $2,400, % cash        LOIS      Or      LOTS       ing three roads; 1-3 mile from Jubilee ""''���  11Ul street  and Sth avenue, lot
fth  avenue,  sum  Ii, 1"      |n       BROWNSVILLE     3,at,ion '">  the train line, near Koyal '''' -xl!t Eeet-   $250 cash.
Oak  hole
She:   "De you think that the automobile will displace the horte?"
He (nervously gazing down the road):   "It will, if it ever hits him."
jr ACRES    MURCHIE   ROA.
FNABY.    $150  PER  ACRE.
LOTS     OF     LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near  thc  Bridge
Cheap
,. cash, ij  cleared;  size __ w�� uoiei.    sman  nouse;     3    acres
.,.,,; Near   the   Bridge        cieared and   cultivated.   Price $-.500,
NO VISIBLE CHANGE.
hi ee    lots, en; ner 3r i
Si ;  5-room house an l
... $1,500, one-third cash,  JV750  $1
mths at 7 per cent.
$1,000  cash,   balance    6,     12,  an.l  IS
months al  7 per cent.
-:j   e��tore>    house,   10   rooms,   also      Seven-roomed house, Seventh street.
impi ivemei ts;   loi    G6xl32;   near  Fifth  avenue,  two  storeys,  full
������ ' nick;  |iu I ol lol set oul with   sized lot, $1,600.
fi        '      -    an i    nlc ���    law n.    Pi ice
We have a few valuable lots: ���
Between 9th street and 8th street.
Between  3rd  and  4th  avenue.
���
. road,    :'i of .. l
ts on    Porl   Mo i Ij ;
cultlvall m;    7-roome I
arn;    chicken  ho i
���   ::  e i   an I  in   BO ,1
Price $4,500,    h e
mths al 7 per cent.
6 Lots facing Columbia
street. Sapperton. $1,000,
half cash, bal. on easy
terms.
CHEAPEST BUY IN THE C
ITY
House, corner of 5th
Ave.
and6th St.,
Hot. 2
stor-
eys,y rooms.
$2,300
half
cash,
size i I-.'. 66x132;  2 storey
; ��� ....-. flush closet upstali s;
|i ni i le   l in   ��� ivemenl -; new house;
$:.000.  '.- cash, % In 6 months al  7
, cenl     G ���" i sized sl ible and fruil
���:. es.   Secon l house from Sth sl reet
..   sl. on upper side
: i.m-   bel ween   S >\ ������'���!' ���
: Hamilton street, easl
all , leared an 1 fence I;
n one of the lot -. |l,c
m ������ one year al 7 i ��
.... uall   acres   ' etwe -n
EUhth   avenue;   south
Price $2,500.
SPECIAL
1 lots, with double corner,
on section 1. 2 lots section
2, near Richmond St.,Sapperton, for sale. $600, half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commmanding
sized on 6th street, in situation;   Third   avenue, at   foot  of
r.urnaby,   Easl   side   100   yards from Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey
i.'l   Can   factory.    Price  $1,320. house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)
House on Royal and Eighth street, All modern conveniences; hot and
two storeys, seven rooms, full sizel cold water, bath, flush closet, lava-
lot, $2,000. tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot
06x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set oul with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
2 lots. 20, 21; N'o. 20, $170; No. 21,
(cornei'i $175. Durham and Second
streets.
One hunelred and sixty acres N. \Y.
U Sec. 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, 5 acres slashed,
No. 1 land. Price, $10 per acr.e. One
third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent,
interest.
One htm.ired and sixty acres, N.W.
11     Sec. 25, Township  16, 2\'>  miles
30 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking' the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $150, inside
lots $125. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
'     "..   33.   39.   40;   full   size:
JMSil)    eared;  Eighth and Seventh
ind    Cumberland    street.
Us :   1Sh.
r,20 acres; south ha.I    :
Hall's Praiii   wad    N'ew
lod barn.
���    Twelfth   street, be Iween
; Third avenue; wesl    I I
..    full size.   Price $
ilf mlli   . ite ���' ont, G V
$9/160, te . is
igate,
��� ,.. near Ci ever la'.e;
all uu :���    i mm il   m, $16,000.    If yo.i
ixl50, outs) le cltj   limits  ^ ^  ( a;.   e   .  ���      , ..,-.    ,. : ,, .   ���,���<  ,,
5 - lot.    Fuller   particulars on  .       ',.    . .  ... ,   ,    ,. a,.rauged
from      Abbotsford,    creek      running,
through, 50 acres  alder bottom, said;
to   be   $600 worth  of  timber  on tbe
property.    Price $10 per acre, ^ cash,
balance on time.
t',0 acres good fruit land In Surrey;      Ten acres In Lot 400, one mile east
can be bought now for ?25 per acre, of Westminstei- Junction, Al soil, eas-
,.,,   onl.\ one-quarter cash needed, halance lly cleare.l,   $30 per acre.
In one or two years at 7 per cent.
ISO acres, M iple 111 Ige, Sections 23,
29 and 32, Township 9, one-half prairie, rest brush an I son e small trees,
Prl, es; Section 32, $43 , i r ai ��� ������: Section 29, $60 per acre; Section 28, $55
T, e     mi"   at   Hammon!:
telegraph   station,   Pitt   River Brldg'3.      House,   full   sized   lot,   on   Keary
Snap in Lots.                    ^ Terms, hall cash, balan     one and two  sl|.eetj  gapl)entm;   reats for  $10  per
V          Iota foi  sale In all parts of   ,ears at 7 per cenl    Exclusive agency.  lu,iu!i,    Onlv $1,050.
,  ,     , from $25.00 to $3,000 _.      _     ^      _____       ^   u   rooms> ^   lotg_   ne;u.
150       es  \\ir/.\ ive I  lan I,  ' illdlnss
"By Jove, Wobby, I .ihink I must be in love."
"Gracious, Weggy, why?"
"Oh, they say a fellah in love always gets so like an ass, ye know."
"But, bless me, old chappie, I haven't noticed anything unusual about
you.'
THE BRAVE SOLDI��! BOY AND THE TIGER.
One ;
.ere
back oi
the
Orphans
ge.
$800
rash.
For full
part
iculars
apply
at once.
Too Good to Miss
House;   Dining   Room,   Parlor,   2
Eed   Rooms,   Kitchen.   Bath   Room,
Pantry;  Chicken  house  and Wood
Shed; Electric Light. .$1,150, Cash.
6-ro cottage, Tth A.ve.&
61 , facing 7th Ave.; 2
���'I lots; name of cot-
to{ . Cecil; hath room.
wi , sheds, peach, apple,
Pe .'i plum trees, rrice
$1800, half cash, bal. 6&
- ���'   s. at 7 per ct.
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
Sec us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply,.	
Fourth   avenue   and   Seventh  street,
52.coo.   Terms can be arranged.
i;',5 acres, one mile from Hunting-
,1.111, B.C., 70 acres In grass, 15 acres
Iraine I and fenced;   house and barn
cosl $2,f : good road along one side;
price $50 per acre, half cash, balance,
lo sail purchaser at 6 per rent.   Rea-
���   ���' :��� selling, tiie owner's wife Is in
bad health, and has to go to a cold
climate.
Double tenement house, 5 rooms In
each house, water, light, full size lot
etween    First   and   Second    stre."
,,.,,., ..,.,,:,  :.,. s ot! road, '��� ��� ���' : 3, Langley, 2u under cultiva-   p0llrt|, -ivenue   on north side.    Price
,,   .  . 1 \ 30;   -'    les, etc,    i;on;   house,  barn,  sheds,  etc. all In $1,503, iia|f mivi, balance In cue year
I 1 .,   ���     ,m $30 pei 11:1  ,$1.0' 1   good   repair;  a  snap   al  $3,000,  hail   ,,, G pei. cent,
Westminster district,  10 cash, balance easy, cash. ISO acres, all lenced, ready for cui
cultivation,  10 acres 01       Between  Fifth  and  Six",  avenu ,,iV(, cottages and two lots on First tlvatlon, gomljvater, halt mile from
'"���������      .   n re   Btrawborrles   plant id  ,,,���:. Seventh  -' 1   '   Right rooms   ���
Ider bottom land; runnlus  modern, stable and chicken hou  ��. fu-1  $7000.
��� .��� is x ���::: frame barn 30 8lze(1  ;,,���,,  two   storeys, $1,000 cash, 1,ui,.^ m���,r
o '   rraine bouse  and  co.   $2i500 .." ' .Z.  '-..- Sixth street, two storeys, $3,750
BUNGALOW
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to ear; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern hi every respect; 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side
Price $2,750. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
, osite Queen's park.    Price  school, al Chiiliwack, $75 per acr..
Eight-roomed    house , all    modern
invenlences, on Carnarvon street and
rta fee in all, stable S cow i a
es;  near Mission SI n
���   10
steam,
"'i', lir and
Junction, $20 per acre
o.i on road side
churches    near    al     hand;       . ��� (, Qn ,ime .,,  ,;  per cen: . su
��'lce a day; nbo i   ^ {Q sa]e .,, tlmb6r.
Timber, fir, ce-
One Lot  N'o. 12, facing on  Ith Ave.,
,,��� acres In Surrey. 5 acres cleared.
,$1,800, half cash,     10 acres in sec. ;      Min.ee,,  ;-betweeil   lst   nnd  2d St., half block
dar and alder.   Good soil; good roads.   ^ p^   $475; $275 cash| batanc0
\     y tor full particulars, ,lg| Ai|,^u.t ,(n;) .,{M Februaryi v.ms.
od farm land In Delta,      part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
cres,   only  $25   per  acre.
Jump.
d lot on Agnes street, two
���en rooms; a real snap at
>er, flr and cedar, never been _                   .,,   [ace on 16th 160 acres good rarm iann in vmM, fart or io,
',.   refused  for   standing Lots "��� ���'     '    '".' 2 corner lots about 3\b miles from river, near Scott about  70 a.
frit, ,��� house 16 x 24; hen streel and S.h JJ^JJ       ch    Prlce ,,,.���,, $i2 per acre; a real good buy. HalI cash.
ie of hewed Umber laid In *'-'";   ' ''1M,U'   ��    *       ,,  cash G,   acrea  In   Pitt    Meadows, only House and
':l           ' v  30     A  chance of a life- $950,  cash.    Singh   lot.  ��� '                                     ^ h^nf.? ^^ S(?y,
1'  5   00; $4,000 cash, balance al 6 Pull size, lot In JPPjjn^Jlng ;;   ^ cent $2,500.
: cent. Brunette street.    Price $150 cash.
McQUARRIE & CO.
^** Real Estate Brokers 	
Agents fcr Employers
' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. cf London. &
THE DAILY NEWS
TUESDAY
MARC
AFTER STOCKTAKING
We have special inducements to , iTer in
CROCKERY   AND  GLASSWARE
in order to make room for our spring stock,   which  is  expected  soo,rt.
The market  quotations  are  sure  to  advance on the following staple
linos, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place your orders for these goods at once.
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
THE  BIG  SHOE STORE.
Public Supply Stores
Johnston's Splendid  Shewing of Sens-   4
ible   Footwear   Is   Attractive.
One of the chief attractions on Co-   J
Iumbla street, is the magnificenl dis-  T
In Johnston's    big  1
H 19, ,���
! Do You Need H
play of  footwear
shoe1  store.
Household j
ew
1
Messrs. Johnstons have jus;  receiv-   ^
.1   their  new   assortment of    spring   +
i
���
WA
goods, comprising everything in the X
shoe line, from the daintiesl of ladies'
slippers to the heavy and serviceahh
boot of the logger and surveyoi
large assortment of white canvas
goods arc on han.I. as whin- sh... s
will be the correct thing this summer. .
Among the numerous reliable +
brands of footwear, tbe most notice- J
able are- the American makes, Tack- ���
Mi.l.  John Cross  and   Flintstone;   the  ���
Necessity \
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building-
ar
Put up in twenty-three  2
tints and white
Lace Curtai
?    7
���
���:
Dear Mrs. Home Seeker : Canadian makes oi Geo   ��� e. siater, J
We beg to advise yo��� that we can give you a ^S^^Ti^i
charming   little   COttage   in   a   good   location, jUSt Off the | sijes and shapes ranging in price from
car line, for the sum of wa-vi in deman!
$ 1 ,000
$575 cash and the balance on easy terms.    In this house
you will find hot and cold water and a flush closet.
Yours faithfully,      % #
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
N. B.���Be wise in time.
Spec! il  mention   must  be    made    or w
Messrs,   Joknstons'   line    of    heavy ���
boots.     Tl". firm  hare always   made ��
this a specialty, and their line of log- J
gei's  in:.'   surveyors   short,  an I   long ���
[boots, Sire  remarkable  for  the excel- ^
lency *>f  workmanship  and   mi,mm ial
The  mall   or.ler   department   of   th
Imsirii ss. is ant thei   i . iol  of  the- in- ���
creasing volume of i's trade, an.l oul ���
! MURALO i
Ready for use when
mixed with water
Ifis ��� Any person can apply it ���
'Phone   105.
'Phone  '\05.
THE   CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
<e;' town  customers   have   simply     to
drop a line to the big shoe- house- ami
satisfaction  i-   assured.       Mr.   John-   .
ston is at preseni considering several   ���
improvements, and as soon as fhe incoming stuck is unpacked and stowed   J
:f*ay; ,thf e"tire *stab,fment rm ^������������������������������������������������������������"������J
be subjected to a thorough renovating,
which, when finished, will Justify Mr.   '
Johnston's claim  to one of the finest
and most up-to-date business places on
tlit1 coast.
:ANDERSON f
Und lusby
���������������������������������������������������������������>��
MAKE   YOUR
��� ��� ��� ��� ��
If you 'ie- We want you to Bee our new showiii
Saturday last we received direct   from  one  of
:"' ~'  curt
manufacturers of England over 600 pair, or n, ...
We claim to show you better value than ev, i
vou in  visit  our  liouse  furnishings departmenl ami   ,,. -o
This, wiih other shipments previously   received
spring showing the largest assortment we hav.' . ..
Dver li'.", styles from which to make your choice
will give a laim Idea of the values.
NOTTINGHAM    LACE    CURTAINS���
3  Yards  Long.
In widths they varj from :iii Io 60
Inches. All uew pal t, rni shown as
we did nol carry over any curtains
from <nir clearance sale this winter.
You will iim] extraordinary values al
75c, 90c. $1.00. $1.25, $1.50. $1.75 and
$2.00 per pair,
F5
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���iri^tJLf,?
II W��-.t>J^."KA%
..   ���
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET; FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
She  Was  a  Daisy.
Of girls���as of bacon���there are s,\
.-ral varieties, fat, lean, and���streaky;   Whi
but   the   .Missouri    Girl���those     who
were,  at   the Opera   House  his,  nighl
will agree���is a    daisy.    That's   hei
name and it fits.    Likewise there are
1 many ways of telling a story hut thai
of love and crime and the apparently
Simple country man coming out tap
dog, hayseed and all, was told with
such nerve and zest that judging from
its; reception ii had all the charm of
iii've'ny. Every member of Fred Raymond's company semeed to pul bit or
iK-r whole heart into the nan assigned   thena.,   but   the chief    honors    un-
jfloubtedly    rested    with    Miss    Sadie
s | Raymond as Daisy Gmbb, and  Frank
|F. Parrell as Zeke Dobson, who form
HENS  LAY
ile Eggs are High
BY US INC
STURTEVANTS
Egg    FOOd    and
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
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DRUG  STORE
New Westminster
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Sec Our, Window Display
BRYSON   &  SONS
Opera House Bookings.
Mar. 14���A  Trip to  ila; pyland.
Mar.  15���A  Trio   to   Happyiand.
Mar. is���The Missouri Girl.
Mar. 22���Creston   Clark.
Mar. 27���Flor, n   ��� Gale.
April 5���IClng . : Tram] 3,
A] rii 15���Ward's   Minstrels.
May. in���Old Arkansas,
Morey
LACE CURTAINS���3' 2  YARDS LONG.
The wiejiiis shown In this length  are  from 411
Man)   designs shown In ivory as  well   as   white,   an
heavy or  littht   as desired.    Values   shown   aie.  nn.  ;
Columbia, $1.75, $2.00, $2.50 lee.$6.00 per pair.
PATENT   "ARISTON"   CURTAINS.
Made nf double woven unbreakable net. Thi
la,., curtains is unequalled for durability anl can
number of times  without  fear or damage.     We sho\ ,  ���
Ivorj   and   two tone effect.     Handsome designs In ev,
$3.75   1,.  7.25   per  pair.
IRISH   POINT  AND SWISS  NET  CURTAINS.
The designs shown this Beason are in iim   lac>
instances, others are plain centres   with   heavy   bord,
never handled as complete a range of these, as we .  ���
Better  values   than   ever   apply   in   the   same-  way.     0 ���    $3.7:,
$4.50. $6.00 in $9.00 per pair.
BOBINET  CURTAINS.
Xew designs in these serviceable curtain-;   s;..
for  washing  acoompanj  -.very pair.   Per pair $2.50 ���    ;
lira?.- curtain rods, complete  with   fixtures,     p, 35c, 4Ce
ind 50c	
Wood rods, com;.!, te,    Perpalr 35c.
NEW   DESIGNS   IN   MUSLINS,   ETC.
Madras   Muslim, Scrims, Prilled Muslins, Ari Sa ���
Sash   Muslins,  etc.;   fringes  to match   all   materials
Our stock is m>\v complete,
W. S. COLLISTER & CO
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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ANOTHER   LOT   OF !
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Paper 2 Envelopes j
JUST   OPENED   AT
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Dates Ahead.
March if���Sons of Scotland enter-
1 linn ent.
March 2i ��� Basketball, Portlan l vs,
New \\'e stminster.
March 2 '.:��� use Commissi, ners
nn eting.
March 20���R. A. & !. meeting, city
Hall.
March 20    St i      Sl o   .
March 21���B. C. SI i .. Breeders'
...    [ng,
March 21    School Board m,   '[
March 2: l I Cit Lodge I.i (.0
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office    irpURfNITURF
STATIONERY |l      ^���%!^1 ��� ^���^���~
BLANK BOOKS I
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Cr'c, &C.
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The Finest and Largi st Stock of Furniture is to lee se, n ... I \   !'--'���    J
Our clearance sale is still < n.    Over $15,000 stock still to | ij
New goods ai
riving daily.    Latest styles and best Rnisl ���  ,
W. E. FALES,
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM $
j��;   716 and 718 Columbia  St.       Four   Floors.       Rear Extension.  FiO'it St. j��;
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J. J. MACKAY & CCTS | I n ���~������'���|
booksellers stationers     11 "^gstfable Residences.. 1
BOOKSELLERS       STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
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4 Electric Railway Service j
30   Minute   Service   during  re- ��
malnder of day.    Jransfer at ���
Inter-urban   Line.
4 Cars for Vancouver and way
J Btations will run every half-
���      hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
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m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Parle to
Vancouver only.
City   Limits Line���Service from
0.1.". a m, 'i 11  p m.
20 Minute Hfrvice���No transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and .'i and 7.
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Leopold Place
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   between 8 a.m. ami ii p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute Service from 6.25 a.
m, to 11  p.m., except  between ���   '>'���{
12 and  2, and 5 and  7, during <��    '$
which hours the service will be J
half-hourly, ���
Sunday  Service   hairnourly be- X
tween 8.30 a.m. an
Modern Cottage on 6th St. below 4th Ave with
lot and one-half. In first-class state of repair
$2500.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 4th St. close to Queen's
i ' nSne^; finelawn; a very desirable
home.   $2800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on Royal Ave. in central
location.   $1800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 3rd St. in good repair-
near car line.   $2750.   Terms.
Two 7-roomed Houses on 9th St. $2000 for
both.   Terms.
TermT C��Uage in Kast End! ���dern.   $2500.
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No. 723.���House 7 rooms; electric light, etc.; ^
newly papered and in k'(),,(' repair; corner
lot, full sized; about one dozen fruit trees;
on 10th St. near 4th Ave.; good view.
Price... .$1750... .Wecan arrange terms.
No. 618.- Corner of 10th St. and 3rd Ave., Cottage;
full   lot,   with   lane   in   rear;    stable,
Price.... $1800.... Terms.
No. 1006-On 6th Ave. near 12th St., nice
6 rooms; good lot.    Price $1350
Only $200 down.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
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