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 VOLUME 2, number:::;
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*^       FEB 9-1907
'���Ww* tt
NE\.  WESTMINSTER, B. G., FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY
190:
10 CENTS PER WEEK
IlOWACCEPTS CH1LLIWACK ELECTORS      |rTnr_rr    rirx     n,ATr_,
O.T.PLPLA��LOFROUTE      FEUCHTEMB.MONRO STREET    CAR     RIOTERS
CHINESE NEW YEAR INDIAN PROPHETESS
WILL BE GREAT EVENT PREDICTS DISASTER
Railway  line  Will   Follow Water   Call Mass Meeting and Make Speeches
Level   and   Avoid   Long -Success  Due to  Cleanliness
Bridges. and   Merit
Feb.  V���Hon.   K,  (I. .
. to la, !;   c
. (l..   actlng chief commissioner ol
and   work.--,   has  accepted the '<
ed bj  the G. 'I". P. show-
route  of the line In   British
The   railway    will    enter
RECEIVE INJURIES
_cns   of   the   Celestial   Kingdom   Pre- , Disease.     Flood.     Fire.     Good    Crops
pare to  Fittingly Celebrate and  Lots of Game to Be
Annual   Festival. Expected.
 I   al    the   Yellow head
:. n >rth  ' I' Cowdun and
. and   will    follow    the
oi  the south fork of thi
I- joined by the n<
Ivei   will be crossed  nea
,,.    .v   The line will leave   lie
iuth and will follow  al-
|i due wesl to Fraser halve; it will
change an i  go  northwest  ah ng
ortheasi   bank  of the  Endakow
, ;      ��� -  and   linker  lake-   to
deadwati i - of the South Bulkley
!��� will follow the Itulkie.
hi the east side and will cross
Skeena. ai Hazelton the line
turn in the southwest and follow]
north  bank  of the Skeena to Its
'h  then cross to the Kaien Island .
i
ilnus.
ie line will run up the Nechaco
Bulkley valley and Uiis is con-
|rcil the mosl feasible of any pro-
Its i haracteristics being the
I ..; i ��� long bridges and follow-
tlit- watei level for almost the
dlstam e.
oi   aennite   new-       i   -pi -,  /-*, TT -�� T    ,     ���* , - ""   M|iis .mi aaugniers oi  mo ueies-
Monday afternoon, he bnraged btrap-Hangers Mob Conductor :! w* ���'������������ ����������� <���<*<-- ��*
.;    ..   , ' blnese New Years, which commences
of San Francisco Car���Police Rush
to Rescue���Clubs Freely Used
���Cars Wrecked.
H Of JL'KY
BINTS AT MURDER
Jackson May Be    Tried for Husband's Death���Makes  Dan-
:-<���__�� Admission.
_ttle, Feb. 7.���John Jackson, the
'ing nam who was found deaii in
room In the Nicolas lodging house
Friday morning,  came    to    his
|)i I j a knife wound In the heart,
irdlng   i the verdict of the coron-
Alter the nervous strain in both political  camps   whit h  was ai centuated
��� ;���   the  dearth of  deflni
" oul ; p tn. -in
verdicl of the electorate, in favor ol
���'��� \\. Munro, the deservedly popular
���' entatlve of Cbilliwai k  fi r  the
>l elghl years, who was haile I ��I
'  ' bi  and  coi      tub     a      h-    the
r the    Lil eral i       Idate i
'���    "   -'Ve i:    many   ..;   i,      0| p0n, n)
i ho bad  vote ;    rom a sens : .���
to 'heir party, I .   whi  could nol I
��� ...-elves Hi thi sterling hone tj an
-' nerous principles of the . cl i .   The
i lesl Bghi in ever fought," v      the
opinion ol  many of his old lime i u i
' ��� rters,   ii ���   no   mean ���.   fair  oi   fou .
��� ' >��� *: ared to knife the man who
stands as he has always stood, foi
truth, purity and manliness, Chilli
v. ack gave him a very small majority
end the credil of the fight goes to the
west  end   of  the district, where  his
: friends   rallied   as   ever to   his   standi.nl.     As   soon     as   the    result   was
. known, word  was sent to Mr.  Munro
thai   his   supporters  wished   to   congratulate him on his well earned victory  and   a meeting  was    arranged.
. oul  50  i eople, nearly all  Liberals,
gathered  In  the  hall  and  the   preside nl   Of   the   Liberal   Association.   A.
Rankin, made a few remarks and gave
way to the member-elect.    He opened
I his address  by expressing his gratification   Of   the   way   lhe   people   of
Chiiliwack had vindicated his persona]
character and  his  honor, which  had
:��< a grossly  slandered on the morn-
i ing of the election In the most cow-
, ardly  and   contemptible manner.     He
, then   addressed  the  young  men,  imploring them  to  stand by  their lion's; convictions, not to stitie their consciences or to be-little their manliness
: and Intelligence by allowing party pre-
i judioe  or appeals  to  passion  or con-
j sideration  of .meed  to influence  the
I sacred right of the franchise. To remember   in  that   hour  when   evil   in-
["here is much bustle and hustle
these days ou in Chinatown, where
the sons and daughters of the Celet
Fc'i. 7.���Oven wd
[enl te gen
nstruction now in proj res -
was the cause of twi ���'; ts tha occur-
��� il simultani i sly . sterda. i tt
coon and In v hich scorei o ra ni
iven slugi ed o strucl with t: ng
missiles,   though   no  i oe   was   badly
Al Mark< i and \_il< n< la stn 9t__ e
eai ��� ' hi Castro strei e was stop-
11 : so thai i ar inspi ctors could clear
[ the roof of fifteen mi a. The other
passengers, angen I I y ilu refusal of
the condu. tor to go ahead until the
roof was cleared, started a scrimmage.
A i rowd of 2,000 m< u. recruit) d from
lOl    .    ��� .-,   quicki
a riot wag In pi ogres s w 11 n three
Squads of police arrivi . The i on luc
tor was rescued - nly after the pollc<
had use ! tbelr (lul s frei ly, 'rhe ca:
was wrecked by a hail of 11 ck ata
ai . Li a >, and two other cars In the
rear were similar!., used afar the
mob had failed in repeated efforts to
overturn them,
Ai Sixteenth and R."yanl streets an
attempl by Inspectors to eject from an
overcrowded eemeterj car, three
"strap-hangers" led to anothei riot, In
which four policemen were knocked
senseless. Ot e policeman and four
Inspectors foughl off th     rowd.
on   Tuesdaj, and   Ihi   o isei vunce  ol
> h  will  be  celel rati d   for several
days   >   the Orientali
All del I-   must  be   aid b)   Mondaj
���   and all provision made  loi   thi
loading of th<   festive tables ������Ith dell-
i ui Ii s  which .loliu so delights In al
: his season of ihe year.
Chickens, oranges, fruits, candies,
tiered aad an<- other tempting edibles will be
provided In profusion for the many
Chinamen who will be here from all
over the district. Chicken is the favorite on the menu ;ard, and these
must all be killed on Monday, for ii
Is bad luck for a Chinaman to kill
a i bit ken on the first day of his new
! i ar.
Men.lav   nighl   lhe  city   will   lie  notified   of   the   near   approach   of   the
greal i win by a cannonade of glan
firecrackers, and    a  display    of fireworks,    The  festivities  will  I e ��� o:
tinned all the week.
Wfc.T END PROPEHTY
i GOOD PRICES
Kerr's   Auction    Sale    Attracts   Many
Investor.,���Land HiE  Increased in value.
NJMMIY LOTS
ARE SELLING WELL
Several   Large   Deals   in   Real   Estate
Are  Contemplated���Fine   Soil
for Gardeners.
Over seventy    city    lots    changed      Considerable
hands  yesterday   evening   at  the  auc-    takin
tion sale  held   by   \V.  .1.   Kerr,  in  the
Cunningham block, near,., all the lots
being   :a   'he   wesl   tad  of   the  city.
activity is at preseni
place in  lands In the vicinity
of Burnaby lake, between New WesM
minster and Vancouver on the line ol
where   some   of  the best,  residential   tne v   W, & V. Railway company. So
to   be   veral turnovers to properly In that  lo-
was   a   murder,   it   is   strongly
a    mil the recommendation is
Ruth Jackson, wife of the dead
f      ���' te I by the police of being
.'add  in jail  for further
j the | rosecutlng attorn
���: , ��� In  New  Wi stminsti    ai
foun I.     The   lots   dlsposi d   of   wi re
sil uated  cm   Tenth  avi a ie,   between
..- b b ami Tenth stre< ts, an! along
the   route  of  the   pn posed  ear line.
Tl i  li   l<   room  ��hen   i bi   sale was
' ''"':i!   held,  was  crowded with   buyers, and   soil in thls neighborhood exists on the
an 1 io their countrv than either party .  ,    . land   _u_r_-n_inf_lt.fi   r imi i      ini..   v���
'���subs    tuial   ;..-  i llowi i  each  othi     "���'''   ourrounumg   uurnau;    lane   nas
Ol     pocket.        ills   speech   rinsed    With    . last   ),..<,m   rlpvplnnftil     ami   nvutil    mir
i ,,. rapid    succession.      rne    average .J,1M  '���l<-" ueveiopea, ana recent jnn
thanks  to   the   ladies   of the   district
v.ho  had used   their  good  infli	
fluences were al work thai honesty of
the verdict does uoi say the   purpose,  mora1,   courage  and   cleanli*
of character were mo e to
callty have occurred wilhin the pas!
few days, and several large deals are
now pending,
The   fact    thai   some   of   the   fines.
Ties up Big Contracts.
New York, Fen. ".���Bricklayers
have been on siri'ke for the lasl two
months al the big building of the New
York Central at Forty fourth streel
ami Lexington avenue, for which the
John Pierce company are the contractors, againsi the employment of
non-union men hy the railroad direct-
i.. on other buildings or In any other
work undertaken by the rallroii II
has heen decided now by the unions
tha. until the New York Central gives
a signed undertaking that ii will employ only union men directly, and tliat
in all contracts for $40,000,000 of work
which the railroad is preparing to
give oul there will be a provision , r
Ihe employment of only union brick*
i layers, the Btrike will nol be declared
J off, and the bricklayers will work on
j none  of  the   new   contracts.
The   railroad   has   refused   lo   give
| this undertaking, and the coming flghl
wil
An Indian who was in the cit) yea-
terda* from tha north brought In a
remarkable story of a prophecj
ed by an aged Indian woman wh I Is
called M.nl Kate, Kale Is BUpposed
to have the gifl of second sigh I and
on several occoslons has electrified
ber friend8 by her strange forecasts,
n    u..   of  u !iit-li   have  c ome to ; ass,
it was aboul a month ago thai Kate
��� i   ' Into one of her trances and Btat-
��� '���   mi tg othei things thai dm li    dhe
ling   year    many    oi the    Indian
i mips will  be ravaged bj  smallpox;
n,an;.   \ ilia .es are to he  wiped OUI   hy
oo I; spi lng �� Hi come earlj an i the
vast snows on the mountains will
swell the rivers to ih.> highesi mark
i :' years ago, and much loss ,\ ill he
> ���.stained by properly holders along;
! 'heir courses. Wild life will flourish
t and game of all kinds win be plentiful, Crops will be the largest for
many years and the Bummer will be
a very dry one. Forest fires will rage
early and much timber and property
will   be   des; roved.
.lust how far the prognostications
may come true remains to be seen,
bui it is said that the Indians trust
her Implicitly, The Informant is
named Toby Tenia!! and halls from
Oregon where be has iive.i nearly all
Ills life. He has heen spenilin: lhe
winter a  considerable distance up the
couBt ami left lasi nighl for his southern home.
WESTMINSTER THLE..T
DELIGHTS SEATTLf
Scottish Dancers Applauded at Sums'
Concert���Miss Munn's  Swee:
Singing Encored.
The Grand  Opera   House,   Seattle,
was  packed  Wednesday evening, the
e a lesi of the power of ihe un-   occasion heinn the concert celebrating
for the cause  of clean  politics and
',',: uipid      icci  - on.     '. be   avi .
;���! i   of thi   lots wai abotn $140, the    h&ses of acreage then nave been ef
to;  p.x*" o itained   ��� In   $1   I for�� lth a vlew :'     :   Uvialon inti
ions to hold up $40,000,000 of work on
which the contractors themselves are
Willing to employ only  union men.
An Information charging   complimentary allusion to the execu
���
i hoice  i ie in
��� ��� -.
i.
���
��� ui.I  plots sull i , ������ fo     , srkei gard-
. witl. the murder will
', ed ihis afternoon and
���   ted  fo 'mally on the
i
������ of his parly, who had helped him
i ry  on  the campaign  without   i ne
tai thing    of    money      from    oul   .
s mrces or the hel), of one speaker ��� I
n ���'   .   After   thanking   his   hea;,
bi Ir close attention, he took his
amid the earnesl applause of hi s
di lighted  audience.
The Kev il. .1. Robei tson closed the
etlng with a very abl Idress en-
��� its.    'I he faci th;    the r ilway runs
through  the   listricl  makes   tl
���;  ���        exi re:m ly   stron
tani   I nal ire   was   addui e 1    al
'-  ii t,  Ihe   mosl   Important  ol
i" sworn  statements ol
M      ���    Elliott,   landlady   of   th ���
��� an i Mrs, Mai le Mel ean, a room-
me place, who said thai an   dorsing the remarks of the member-
ckson was found dead elect,  with  regard   to  the  desperate
; nd   in   many   cases,   evil   means   ad-
ipti i  to defeat  him and counselling
.���   : oung  men  to    respond    to    the
��� ��� ndid example and sterling advice
,*en  to Ihem  by Ins honored friend.
n a from I be room Into
���:  lng:
������ l my husband,    I want.
��� self up."
.   '-n Was  ; I 10.
After th -.            lots in the
. n   Bo] |, Auctioneer 1                         l **larl>'   "���11"  '" ''"' :;':!:>'
nn mn< i 1 tha   he had i    ���  ��� mi  e to
iispost In othi                   Lhe i    ,    :-'' '
ar i a n ii     ' S ipj ��� .    a lots chi ne avi   i ble.
I il   I   .: i . ie I                    ��� ���         ;  g                   '      ~    "
isid<   . lower Un         e wi      ���  ,;                  Explanations in Order.
I      .   .; y ilje   ��� ;        I   r,     - . i      ISxplanaUons   will   be   ln   order  al
River   Is  Rising.
Reports which are coming In from
up   i iv. i   an   to   I hi   effecl   thai   the
��   e   Is i,- lng   . il Ij  and thai   the
Ice   Is   . elng   rorci I   up   and   1 roken j
I'.rdenlng pui  oi     . , ���   tjuick connec    away   from   the   .-;.:e< of   the   hank
Mam of the sm II and usually Insig- ���* 1"���i,iK,l Columbia, and danc ig
niflcant streams have swelled to large "j experts. The New Westminstei
,n   ,    ���iua:   and  promise very  soon to I "rlint��-s. who look  part  In  the  com
cue rushing     ii e:,is   which  will  Included Kennedy and Qllberi A   i
who   scared   quite   a   hit   wit 11    ���
the one hundred and forty-eighth in
niversary of the birth of Roberl ' :rn
the Scottish poet. More ihan 1,400
tickets were sold for ihe entertain
menl and II was necessary to refund
money to a large number unable to
get seals.
The programme consisted of sea:.:
by well-known   vocalists from  Sea   Ie
with  in.,: :���:��� ti   In
wo ci ��� *
havi  the i ffecl of breaking up the Ice
��� ,,, Ml,   .    ,., ,,; the co tncll mei ting   '���'������^ starting ll on Its way down river.
d'h" heavy rains of Cue past few days
���   ���    (vo      n
zi i   was  in  n
thi   value of   hi
���    ii  .:   Bin ���      li       N< .���>!������.
,.    .  ; -  wi     satisfied v h ;*   he n
of the sale.
���    tc be held thli evi ning, several of the
'. b ��� ���     l\ ii   employe e i having bi <'n request-
I1 '
Guide's Awful  Plight.
7  -One  of the m  si
"    which   has  been re-
intalns  ihis winter
I e,  Mottler, who so*
Mui ontatal to climb a
���   on   Simla)   and   who
days   later by
le
Walla Walla for Hemeter.
Tacoma.     Feb,   7���Louis     Hem    ��� I
sjiecti I rn  bel .-    ���        in who mur
.   i i   Elsie   Mlllhuff  al   Re nton,   '
I :,, : ,��� Ins ne bj       unac
nils il m summoned by Sui irior Judge
the   Snell Tuesday, was ��� este d j oi*dered !'
committei i  to the Btati    enlti n
prisoned  In a  hu,1   ai   Walla  Walla on the grounds thai
���  snow  was nine fee.   hi   Is afflicted wkh homicidal tende
'    the   searching    pany   cles   and   is  dangerous,    There   wa
feverishly burrrow-   some talk of trying Hemeter for the
iw,   .hoiiting In his de   Kenton crime bui this idea has been
nds covered with blood,   abandoned now and  the chance's are
eeded, however, in  cut-1 that Hemeter will spend the balance
vo miles long'through  of his 'lays behind the walls of the
the Inn. I Walla  Walla penitentiary.
To Burn Rubbish.
>    ��� , : .    Ve ���."."' "
.  stated thai the IncI ��� i
. ,    �� bii h it I osed to consi
I     .   ��� a      ���       I     .,n ,   ..  10,0 'ii
dans are '������������   I   '
. ���      ��� ant
own
in     :    ���'
,    kVlth lllzed b,
j i i to be pres al In order to enlight-
���,    he c dei men on various pohr- < i n
< rning  Uie  ndminiai    tion 61
In : ie city.    Hei    i        ec  n  Pean ���
give ihe < Itj   aU   ���    ,-aluable in-
natio :   conci     ng   the   Health  of
the   citj    generally.    Supi  Inten l< nl
Stotl  will iii' '1  more | aiiicularly  With
ari   reported to be g< aeral throughout
be   .. Ilej. aad i: tha thaw comes on
Idlj there ��111 be considerable
li ss to  the run* hers In certain sec-
ere the land la low,     Word
illliwai It  di. rl<: Is to tbe ef-
. , i   thai  Ved lei   creek    and    other
-, earns In the dis! Icl which are us-
of small   proportions   have  al-
an i s ... ������ que tion,   n-h ���     ''' >J   :-"'' ' ;(' Impassable,
it     S lith's  I      ���   ;:  rail the ...
,   ,      ;   .,,;,,_.   ..,       ,. . ,,,���.,      n $180,000   for   Park.
,    ,],,     iijjj,    ,,,..    nd the precau       VVinnlp< ���. Feb. 7.   Elm    Pari
Ions thai are taken  ror Uie preven ': '" '
I souses    : "i
dancing,    the    Alexandra    qua;
composed of Che Henderson  bn I
A.   .Matthews and   A.  Adams.   .���
ceived an enthusiastic reception
the large audience, and   Miss   Uvl   ���
.Mann,   who  charmed   ever i
her Bweel   singing,   receiving    apl ir
oue  encores   after  eai h   son::.     She
rendered  "Y'e  l.aniis  and  Braes,"   ind
"Bonnie Mary o1 Argyle," In a charm-
i. inner,     The   pany   returned
a the  Q, \. it, train lasi evenl
growh      ��� ���    at Ion,    Some oil
will also hi        ughi  to l h
I   i
;: '.��� i.-       otel, u   ���
.. . ;.,.,: |U e of the i lem -     of tbe cou   ��� :
the in In iratoi provides'th '  *�� observations   of   the   th ee
economical way of disposing of gar '"  a&meA  gentlemen will occu
age,    Th.   ���      nate ol ��60,000 i- fai j mosl of the evening,
I in excess of the proposed figure,
rompt Action Saves
Strangling Diver's Life
Ottawa, Feb. 7. ���Senator Diw's ha.
Introtli ied a bill to amend the Rul.
,.... ^t, 1 v which passenger cm,:
an . -juin d "to stop a! regular Infer-
. :-'. nearly as possible, If no, I -
than, six hours, f< r a Ume not u^s
a m 20 morn -'. Bufflcienl to en tbh
���!--.< ngers by such trains to procure
meals."
To Psint His Holiness.
Come. Feb. 6.���William B. Cook, of
Independence,  la.,  has heen signally
honored by Pope Pius, who has con
rented to give the painter sittings *
a portrait.     Cook  will be the   fin
American to pain   a picture of His
Holiness.      The   ad mil  time   for   the
beginning of the- sittings will be announced In the near future.
Ud. Pulfonl has Interviewed the ow i
erf     '    lie pi    ��� ���       nd this is i
on wini,   eg'
.    .    ���     ;.    ���    there is 64 acn      i
the   pai It,   thai        ������-.-   the prii i
,..       a ��� over -;      i ; er acre.    \:
,'; foi l consider,  th I this is noi
orbitant, and al I he   nexl   meetln
the city < oUn< il will i ring   tbe   q te
lion up and will ad      iti      e Imime II
ate framing of a bylaw to be presi i
ed to ihe ratepayers for the purchase
Of the  property.
Mayor Takes  a   Holiday.
Daring      i   pa t two da
been       en .'    of
fi ��� ���   i the cit*   hall, ha
i vacation      II    .,'..
a ��� ntentio.1
ilon la. evi aim      n h  i nol    d   i
��� ��� . red to his ��� lng depai tare.
nee al the i ll ��� ball has s un
whal   a; Bet   the   i    il ro itimj  of af-
.  and   the   officials   do   liol   know
i e to find him,    Inquiries al the
e and  the  railwaj   stal
failed to <,.' i any lighi on the   taydr'a
whereabohts,  an i   be  bas  no.     : e   i
seep leaving the city,
Roller Refuses Big Sum
To Wrestle in the East
��� ���'���
. 7��� An    escape
f':!' ''"���'::' which i
"." Por
B'ie tie i
Mr.
is without parallel
';: iim harbor, was ex-
'v R. McWilliama, ;i
D mal i   Engineering
came di tache I and was Insl intly fore
e,i  from his bead by the air within, i ;*;
Almost  before he was aware of what   j���<
had occurred he was being; strangled   ,���,
by the water,   With his heavy diving   ;���;
apparatus it was Impossible tor him   ;��,j
li tns spends mosl of  to arise.   Quickly as possible he pull-   ��<
���   torn of Lhe Kamin-  ed the signal line, and jusi as quick   ;���,
Inserting holts In the I response  upon the pari  of the man, >;
���nder  costrucUon   by  above Is all thai Baved the man's life,   y-
Mad   nol  the  man  at  the  top divined j J,
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below the Bur-lthal the diver's call w.i-. urgenl the
; some manner be- J man would never he, e Survived.
Bucharest, Roumania, Feb. 7.-Fifteen wood
cutters were overwhelmed by an avalanche yesterday in the Muscel district of the Transvania mountains. All the men were dead when dug out of the
snow.
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Seattle, Feb. 7���Dr. Roller refuse'.I
to accept a package containing $12,-
000 in gooe United Slates currency.
Ail he had t (;o to make the bundle
of money his own was to sign a con-
ti icl for eight months to wrestle any-
tha man with the bundle of .money
ked,
\ well-known sporting man came
r.ll  '.he way to  Seattle from  Chlcag i
wiiii thai bunch of money to get Roller to go back East and gel in shape
to tackle Ootch on the mat for the
championship. Roller was offered the
money flat for an efght months' contract for his services. The 1.'a-tern
sporting man did not present n certified check. He had a square package
that looked like a box of f-ftw-fttates.
When he took lhe wrapper off, it
yv^xi-W to be the $12,000 currency.
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THE TRAIN OF FAME
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If you wear "Maple Leaf" Rubber products you can depend
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quality.
Made on new-fashioned and popular lasts only, they are
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of extra strain or wear ; and have a natty appearance that is
exclusively their own.
The "Maple Leaf" Rubber Co., have gone to
enormous expense to give an article a little better
than you have been getting, without adding to the
selling price.
if ion S .�����_. fcttt't 1*11 " Mid-1. if" Bitter, let is Uo*.
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Embodies the newest   and best ideas ,P-m-
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE. v., W. &
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both electricity and gas; the most Lv
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car, reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
Leave Seattle 12.30; ar. N. W. 18.40.
C.P.R.  WESTMINSTER JUNCTION.
Leave N. W. 8.30, 10.35, 15.40, 17.35.
Arrive N. W. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40, 18.40.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.-P a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
WHITESIDE ft ...T^^sl
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Y���VANCOUVER
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Vancouver S.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R���PORT GUICHON.
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Vancouver, B.C
For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information call on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
720 Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
ATiiNTIG STEAMSHIPS
OF TH: CANADIAN PACiFiC RY.
=FINEST  AND   FASTEST= '
i "run
MARTIN, WEART s, i,        I
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flees:    New \V,,A... ,��'��*���
corner   Clarkson   ai.iAA    -
Vancouver, rooms 21 ,���,1! ��.
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W.  Weatt,  W. i;   M"a
Bourne.    Mr. .'!       .  ''
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Westminster offlMi'eS r'''1!
ternoon. "���' ���nl_il
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W. E. SINCLAIR, The Leading Shoe Store
.8,000 | EMPRESS OF BRITAIN ) 14,600
H. Power! EMPRESS OP IRELANl   I      i0f.i>
If you are s mding for friends from
iia- Old Country, buy tickets now
while the cheap rates are on.
i ,.. get better accommodation
cheaper rate by applying to
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B.  C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv.  New  Westminster  5.50. 6.50,  1
and S a m , and ev_ry half hour there- j strt'(;t.   ��PP��sl
after tli! 11 p. m. Westminster.    A
Lv.  Vancouver  for  Westminster  at i 241.
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wei. Frid. 8 a.rn
From Chwk. Tu., Tb., Sat., 7 a.m
Ramon a���
From N. W. Tu., Th.. Sat. S a.m.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed., Fri., 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER
Tr.ii.-fer���
From \.W. daily, ex. Sunda;   2 p.m.
Add. trip, Monday, 6 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Frl. fi a.m.)
GEORGE K. MAR' , .
Solicitor, Gule
bia and McKenz
minster, fl. C.
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VV. MYERS CRAY. 0
and Notarj r
1591 at New v. ���
flees remove I to i ,
son   street, o Court :-J
P.O. Box 169     ; A
ED.
GOULET.
C.P.R. Agent.
GERMAN THEOLOGIAN
ATTACKS THE BIBLE
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FLAGS IN THE NAVY.
Each  Vessel  Must  Have 250 on Hand
All the Time.
Berlin, Feb. 7.���Mount Sinai, with
Iti marvelous fires, described In the
Old Testament, was nothing more
ihan a volcano in action, according
to i rofessor Gunkel of the Berlin University.
Professor Gun'kel, one of the most
uoted theologians in Germany, makes
other disconcerting statements regarding the Bible stories In a commentary
on the, Hool. of Genesis, which he has
just published. In this work the professor attempts to conneci the religious Ideas sei forth in the Book of Genes! wiiii the myths of ancieni Baby-
loi in and Assyria. All the accepted
.'ie .v.- on the early history and religion
o! the Israelites are controverted by
-the profesac very learnedly and at
gieai length,
DiJ you ever happen to think
Sinai's   Fires   Were   of   Volcanic- Or    wlien  V0U  saw a  cruiser  or  battle-'
���nin   _-�����.._:    _ ___.        �� S*"I- 'dressed' in its full outfit of
igin���Genesis a  Series of , a i   .       i ���     ���_.        ���
nays what a big item Hags must be
Myths- I to the navy?" an official of the na-
  ! vy department recently  remarked.
"Jus. think of how many vessels,
large and small, there are and that
every one has to be supplied with
250 Hags, which have to be renewed
every three years! Tho annual cost
i. about $00,000, and a hundred women arc kept busy at the Brooklyn
navy yard the year around.
"The foreign flags are rather
elaborate as a rule, especially thei
American republics, and their cost!
is consequently considerable. Each
ship must have forty-three foreign
flags constantly on board, the standard size being 25 by 13 feet. The
cost of making one will depend upon
the design. A simple; flag, as that
of France, costs comparatively lit-
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE AND EWGINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKIUUKJ and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental Iron worn, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEG31E 8TK__J__iT.
New Westminster. f. o. 474.
tie, while to make that of Salvador |��{
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Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway lor Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r-tily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
stC/Cked and excited over   this   late
\ .. .:   le of the "higher ci Iticism."
means just $52.50, it being a verita-
,,      , I ble landscape. China's flag amounts
"><�� clergy in Germany are grea ly   .     .        ,, '        ,   ,        ,.,7   ,   TI.
to about $40 and that ol Costa Rica,
which runs to scenic effect, nearly
$50.
"The largest American flag used
is 19 by 36 feet and costs $ 10. There
are eight sizes of the American flag
used altogether, and thev are less
i..M nsive than the foreign flags by
reason  of the fact that they are
I ir:[iily machine made.    There is a
special machine that cuts out the
stars,  stamping out  100 at  every
Swallowed His Own Brains.
Di   atur, II!..  Feb. 7.���"Death   from
val   v. Ing  h! ��� own  brains," was the
ic   ; entlered yesterday al the in-
over   the   body  of  George K.
s, an Illinois Central brakeman,
was injured bj  falling Into s :,
. ing machinery.
The base of Thomas' skull was bro-   stroki
In such a  way   that   the   man's1     "Then there are the special flags
im oozed  lown In     :;   throal and   of 1!:,' president, the secretary and
illowed them,    After repeating   0f thc  flag officers.    That of the
ig al intervals for several   president, while simple, means long
In    v hich   ne irly    all    his
aad ooze i thr >ugh the aperture
mil, Thomas died.
Perpetual   Met on.
1 'al he rl les, On ..  I    1. 7.-   I h
.   n in ���   . ���       10 claims 1
oven ,n. The
M, \V, i 'nip,    a , ,   ca '
from   lo  lan     Hi   ea
��� le    M    V . I
01 1    1 roml e    In cula
led to the pu  II
which    he   vai   ml 1
., '! ;    .veai    ���       ���.��� ll        m the
I In   ��� 10111 four weeks.   The na-
1    e of the device Is kepi a Becrel a
yet, 'an Culp  lias   procured a patenl
II Ottawa.
and careful work. Thi- Hag 13 a
blue field, with the arms of tho
United States in the coiner. The
design i- enl iroly bain! embroidered
with thc fin esi silk and requires a
month of c instanl effort." ��� New
York Herald.
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THE PAPER THAT
BRINGS   RESULTS.
1901.
Leave
.1.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
9.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane  ... .7.15 p.m.
..Rossland  4.10 p.m.
... Nelson  6.45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
Mail Service
Close.
ftecel .<��� i.
11 in p.m.
Se ittle, via Sumas 7. \u a.m.
Sappei ton and Mill-
side, No. 1  7.... a.m.
11.35 a.m.
Vancouver, No. 1. 7.45 a.m.
9.00 a.m
G N.H   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle.. 8.45 a.m.
3.30 p.m.
Van. & Cen. Park.la 30a.m.
2.00 p.m.
Victoria   10.30 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
Kast Burnaby ....  1.13 p.m.
1.15 p.m.
Ladner, Steveston,
etc  1.30 p.m.
Il.u0 a.m.
C.P.R east, Sapper
ton, Millside and
Coqultlam     3.00 p.m.
11.35 a.m.
Van. ami  Burnaby 3.30 p.m.
6.00 p.m
G.X.R.  Flyer     4.00 p.m.
11.00 p.m.
Timberland,  Tues
and Friday .   .. .12.00 m.
12.00 m.
BOARD OF TRADE.���New ffj
ater Board of Trad,.' ;:,...-.
Board Room, Cit;
Seomii Wedne
Quarterly meeting   on the ~<A
Wednesday    of     Fe iruary,
August and Noven  er, al Ij
Annual   uieetint;.. the ���
Wednesday    ol     l ebruary.
nieuiher.s    may    be   pi ,.0-:|
elected at any monthly or qui
meoti��i..    A. v.. Whi'e, Ssc.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9. A. F. Id
���The regular meeting ill
Is held on the First .V._,a_*_|
each month, at 8 o'clock p. 1
the Masonic Tem/e. SojoJ
brethren are cordiall) invite.!
tend. Dr. W. A. DeWolII
Secretary.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pion��er Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any I
railroad in the world that equal in I
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.: VICTORIA
r,;4 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.!
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to .'haii.-if without notice).
S.S. heaves Van.
Amur Feb. 7th
Princess Beatrice  Feb. 1 tin.
Amur  Feb. 21st
Princess Beatrice  Feb. 28th
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA  ROUTE
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver, 1 p.m. daily.
Leaves Victoria daily al  I a.m,
VICTORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves Victoria da.il; excepl Momdaj
at 8:30.
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NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
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SS  CITY  OF NANAIMO.
Leaves Xew Westminster  u   . ,,.
on Sundays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vani ouver daiii at I
A Dangerous Cr.i-co.
Tin      wi     .: ;i   excitomonl one
,]       ... t    small Uu
-'. 11 ;. irl on tlic Hull Tl 0 cap-
I i:n of .1 ne a ; ��� ivetl :' irei pi vv -
el ... irrostetl for I 0 1 lie ;e I
��� rin e of Im. ing ul teiii])! tl to bring
��� a large nun ber of dynamite b m i-
into tho cottnl ry of the czar. 'i'i. ���}
brought tho unli ippy man bi f ������
the judge, who happened lo bo 1 nc
of the few intelligent mon i.i ihe
town.
Paying Guests.
Ha   hon    A. c.  .Mi Kenzl i,  Vancou-
:  ���'���   VI. Donovan. Toronto;  W. .Mai
i ���       Seattle.
VV ��������� . B.  Slack,    Blaine;   C.  II.
Slack,   Vancouver;   B,   .lamleson,     H.I
'���When- ui . tho bomb.-)?" said the
judge.
"On board the ship,'' said the police, "There is n small cargo of
them."
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���'��� ��� '-'���" m,    ���!. Christine,  .1.   Wells,  ,1
1      ���   .  Mission City,
:'"."':' il E. C, Binkli. . Vancouver
E. Oi aham, Bellinghaip; A. Denn?
K ��� nloo is ;   I). VV. Rugg, Vancouver.
il   fe
saul
judge.
"ll is dangerous to touch it," sa
the police.
'"1 cannot conyict," said thei
iudge, "unless I have the material'
evidence.   Bring mc a bomb.
With much t rcpidal ion and muny
precautions thej at last brought 0 10
'��� ancy, three months; Joseph Mur* on a cushion of cotton wool. Tho
ray, drunk and incapable, first offense judge laughed a most unjudicial
tl    ' foi e liberated; an I 1 alef Johnny,   laugh,
ol Coqultlam, suffering from  the ra-      "That," he iaiil, "is a coeoanut."
vi   ������- of lire wale-, fined  U ,     And   0 il was
ea er lay   morning'        lice    couri
ilted as follows; John Ross,
HENLizY
Mai uf: ctu ei  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
family Trade a Specialty.
"el. 113. Office, Eighth Street.
NEW    WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
I 1. ele i:.      .      ] nan i    motors,
��� ms, 'phone flxtui i . sl p ie . bells, batteries,  wire  an ':  cable -  .,:   ,:;  ;.;���,!
and size .House .     '.: .tor In
stalling a specialty.   All Kinds of re
fer CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSK,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily  trains   (except |
Sunday)    carrying   passengers,    mail,!
express    and    freight    connect    with!
-I   res at Carcross and White Horse,| Quatsino and way points.
,   '   taining a through winter service.
I'"oi
10 pan.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves Victoria  at   11   p.m. on   1st,
���'!i. and   I Ith each month  for Clayo-
qimt;   leaves Victoria   on    _ ���:,    for
KING SOLOMON  LODGE.''Ill
F.  &  A.   bL���Regular ..msf
tions of this lodj:" are he!.��f
second  Tuesday  In  each __:
Masonic Temple, at 8 .  '.-
lng  brethren  are   .-ord     ~::\
to attend.    D. W. Gill;:.  fe
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORS
R.    B.    K.   of    I ,   meet!
Friday    of    ear-!,     month,
p.  m.,   In   Orange  hall, m
Royal  avenue and  7th streeti
Journing Sir Knights  cordl-4
vited to attend.    W. E. il -J
P.; .1. Mood. Reg
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. N&
���Meets in Orange l l��
third Fridav in each month-
ra. Visiting brethren are ���'
invit-Pd to attend. W. Popf '
James Humphrey, Rec.-i
O. O. F.���AMITY  LODGE, Nl ���
The regular meetings
are held in Oddfellows '      ;
bia slreet. every  M
at 8 o'clock,   Vlsitin .
dlally Invite I I ��� 1 tend. A     1
day, N.G.;   .V. C. Coatha
A. O. U. W.���PRASER t-OCSty
���Meetings the Brsl ai ;
day   in    each    i1
brethren cordially li
Lodge room. A. O. V    '
fellows'  block, Clai
S. Corrlpan, rw order;   1
m;tster workman.
Vs
aairs promi tl;    itte   led
J. DIG8Y,  S'rr prie.*Jor
PHONE 304,
W. fsL Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New  .'  ��� ..ri qC
information apply to
I    H.  ROGERS, Traffic Manage!,
Vancouver.  B.  C
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of Ith A ,���������.  Cor. 16th  Street
New Westminster, D. C
as of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates
nished.
Al
kind"
promptly fur-
W. E. EMERSON
RE8IDENCE���24 Eighth street,
Westminster, B.C.
SLACKSMITOl^G.
New
Having bought oui  the Blacksmith-
lng h islness of ii. li. Benson, l  will
.  , ed '    see all his old custom-
.   ,.  well as new ones     Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON,
Eighth  Street.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUi't.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves   Now   VVestmius er  ou   M
d''-'-   ruesday,   We Inesday,   Thui id
��� : I   Frl la)   al   2   p.m, and  Saturda
,: " ���'��� '���>������ with a Idltlonal trip on M01
day   ij ,", a. 111
Leaves Steveston .Monday. Tuesday,
Wedne: lay, I iu lay and Saturday al
" .1. m.; Friday at 6 a. m. additional
trip Saturday 5 p. tn.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER   aOUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves  New  Westminster, S a.  m.
Monday:,. Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leave:;  Chiiliwack   7  a.  in.  Teiesdav,
T-iur_ lay   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
landings   between   New   v
and Chiiliwack.
POSH   OF   COLUMBIA    LOMM
113,  SON'S  OF  ENGl '
lied Rose Deg
Fourth   S\Tedn    I
In IC. of  P,  Hall, :''
s p. ;���!.. White :.i   ���
Wednesday   i'i   ��� i
time and place.    VI
cordially    Invited.      E. ';
combe, Pres., H. DI
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COURT BRUNETTE. No./
���Jieets the Fourth Fri
month at 8 o'clock, In
hall, Oddfellows' block,
brethren tiro cordially In
tend. J. B. Rushte n, C.
Maxwell, It. S.
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NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
S.  S.  Tees
1/ aves   Vancouver at   8    p.m.    ?.r i
and   16th  of each  month,  calling  at
Skldegate on first trip and Bella Coola !
on second  trip. Ti.no on arrival  and
departure are approximate.
For  reservations   and   Information
call or address
ED. GOtJLET,
Agent, New Westminster.
, BJ, J. COYLE
osst. oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver
r- ,  _. '7'  W< TROl'p
General Superintendent, Victoria,
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA,
A. 0. F.���The regular       ...
this Lodge are held on "J _j|
and Fourih Tuesdays or ea
at 8 ie ni. in im  "'���
Visiting   Brethren i " ; ,.' ,-.i
vita ! to attend,   !'������ ''
> . !.'. Maxwell, ^"r-
ti
i-HE   ROYAL  TEMPL^'5,
PERANCE meel   ever.'
at 8 o'clock p. m., :" "
Hall,   Columbia    si -"
Brethren are cordlalD ]"
tend, Geo. Burr, S. Ci *v
Sec.
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SONC OF SCOTLAND BEN   ^
SOCIATION. LCrlO ' r .'   ;
CAMP, 191.���Mei
Third  Tuesday o! ij \
K.   of    P.  Hall.
Chief;  J, J.  Fe
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8. 1907.
TUb DAILY NEWS
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The time is near for us to get out,
but we don't intend taking any of those
5c Collars with us.
This mild weather has brought the contractors down upon us; and we are not sold out yet.
We have some of that Underwear left at 75c a suit.
They have, however, allowed us eight or ten days in which to clear out the balance:
particularly those Congress Boots at $1.15.
During those remaining days we purpose selling goods at prices that will keep the crowd coming
for Handkerchiefs, if nothing else, 3 for 10c
This Sale has been no fake, and the people know it.
They know that UMBRELLAS at 45c are good value.
We are actually selling goods at far less than manufacturers' prices;
Hip Gum Boots, for instance, at $3.75 a pair.
The interest in this Sale keeps increasing;
Tweed Suits at $6.15 would interest any one.
We'll continue keeping faith with the public;
and selling Mens Fedora Hats for 85c
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publish.ng Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets. New Westminster, B.C.
THE DAILY NEWS
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from the spoon, grain L>y grain���
WINDSOR SALT.
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Man-.ging Director J. C. Brown
f rVERTISING RATES.
Transitu, .llsplay advertising, 10
cent-i [ <*r _ne nonpariel) 12 lines to
tin- inch. Five _'*__.ts per line tor
BUhseiyiBnt uisertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
Nints per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
Coi time contracts, special posi-
tl.iis. apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
death;-', 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc., oue cent per
word. No advertisement taken for
tea.  than 25 cents.
I via   the   High   Power  wire.     The   po-
' lice,   however,   with  their  customary
scepticism, are   hunting   for  a  disaffected employee.    They are Incapable
of appreciating the occult.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
Night  Office    B22
FRIDAY.  FEB. 8,  1907.
We ha I ii on high authority the either day, thai the Oliver clock had run
down. li seems in be ticking away
qui       lerrlly yet,  however.
Nov lhal , lie election Is over, is
ii noi time to settle which of those
Jail warden appointments is to go Into
effect. There seems to be no reason
i'i r keeping the position vacua: any
longer, except, indeed. McBride inti ids to appoint Mr. Gifford Attorney-
General and have a bye-election here.
Uncle Sam's    interstate   commerce
i commission appears to be determined
j to make a record as a thorough going
business concern.    It  is making radical and far reaching recommendations j
1'or the control  of railway traffic.     If
Ihis sort of thing keeps on for a few
years,  and   If  llie  regulations  recom-
j mended   by   the   commission,   are   en-
acted and enforced, we shall have the '
railways    oomllng    forward     as     the j
��� Istrongesl   advocates    of   governmenl1
j ownership,   and   hogging   the  government to take the lines off their li.m 13
and run them.   One of the latest proposals is thai railways engaged in inter-state commerce lie forbidden after
reasonable time to own or have Inter-
: est, directly or indirectly, in anv oper-
, Pled  coal   properties except  such  as
I are exclusively for their own fuel supply,   and   thai   ownership,  either  directly or Indirectly by officers or em-
, pioyes of common carriers of any coal
properties or any of the stock of eon!
companies along the line of road by
whlich tihey are employed be forbidden.
presently he could not resist looking over my shoulder."
"���Why, boy,' said he���so lie used
to address me���'vou must not mix
your colors with turpentine. You
must liave some oil.' "
It is pleasant to add that tho little girl who thus I'mind her in.-pira-
tioti eventually became a portrait
painter of merit.
Wonderful  Forethought.
The habit of companies which insure   against   accidents   lo   compel
their patrons i'i resorl to the courts
to recover in case of injury was the
occasion of this singular thought-
fulncss, tolel by the president of a
large   accident   company:    "Some
time ago," he said, "u large policy
holder in my company was run over!
by a  trolley car and his  right  leg
painfully   crushed.    He   remained
conscious after the shock for throe
minutes, during which time he pulled out his watch and culled the attention  of the  crowd  to the fact'
that it was just fifteen minutes of
12,   His policy expired at noon, and :
his foresight was rewarded by the \
immediate payment of his weekly;
indemnity   without  controversy  or,
litigation.''
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTIoEME.NTo
FOR SALE���Good jersey, Durham
cow. near calving. Apply Box L.,
Daily News Office. 32-39
WANTED���Girls who can sew. Tailors wanted also.    247 Front si reel.
WANTED-Tii!",' furnished rooms.
Must, be reasonable and close in.
Apply Box li. Daily News Office.
WANTED���Ai once, third or fourth
class engineer for shingle mill. Apply to Lamont Bros.. P. O. box 325,
or Daily  News Office. def.
���������� �����������,
.���Thursday, Frid
and Saturda
WANTED���LrOts for sale. We have
Immediate purchasers for several
city lots If the location and prices
are right. While & Shiles, Columbia street dtf.
The Toronto .Vows says, iis contemporary, ihe World, has discovered
that the Maclean Railway Bills are
to lie smothered Ln the chambers of
the Railway Commission. The News
understands thai the Globe would be
willing to have the author included
ia the selii'iiic.
The council did well to make hosts
slowly aboul the signing of thai Immigration petition. We want new
seniors of course, Iiiii we wain the
right kind, anil the proper way to gel
them wouid'iie in make British Colum-
bin such an attractive place to live In
thai the riglu sort of people would be
irresistibly drawn bore.
Buoys at Prince Rupert.
Victoria,  Feb.   7.���Gas   buoys    have
been   established    in   Prince   Rupert
harbor,  British  Columbia.    The  buoys
;ue  of steel,  cylindrical,   surmounted
by a pyramidal steel frame supporting
a lantern.    The lights are while, automatically occulted'at short intervals.
The illuminanl  is acetlyne, generated '
automatically.   The following are the
places where these aids to navigation |
are:     Kestrel  rock, Barrett ledge and i
Bird rock.
Ancient Coffins.
The coffins of the ancient Egyptians were made of marble and
stone. The Romans used similar
receptacles for their dead, and Alexander the Greal is said to have
been buried in a coffin of solid gold.
In parts of England glass coffin.,
have been found. Thc Athenian
heroes wore buried in oofTins made
of cedar, owing to its aromatic and
incorruptible qualities, while thc
flrsl record of wooden coffins in
England dates bark to Uie days of
King Arthur. This monarch was
supposed to have boon buried in thc
hollowed trunk of a gigantic oak
tree. Patent coffins were invented
in 179G, and metallic air tight coffins were advertised at Birmingham
in 1661.
LOST���On Friday, on Columbia street
between postofflce and Ryall's drug
store, bunch of keys attached to
chain. Finder will be rewarded on
leaving at Crown  Timber Office
THE ARROW PRESS���Job and Commercial Printing, Posters, Dodgers,
Typewriter circulars. Business head'
ings,    Programmes,    etc.     DAILY
NEWS     SLOCK.      Mrs.     DOMINY,
Prop.
3 DAYS ONLY
OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF
TINTED CENTREPIECES I
AND CUSHION TOPS j
To Clear at HALF PRICE.     I
NOTICE
Re A.  M.  Malins, deceased.
All persons having claims againsi
ihe late Alfre I Melville Malins are requested in hand same iduly verifiedi
in the undersigned on or before the
lirsl  day  of -March,   1907.
ARTHUR MALINS.
SAWMILL SITES,     TIMBER LIMITS,
AWMILL and LOGGING MACHINERY
AND SUPPLIES.
E. W. JOHNSON
Room 4, Guichon Block
| THE WHITE HOUSE i
I A. J. BIRTCH,   -   275 Golumbia Street 1
5saaMa_H��K__a^^ _^ ~
How nicely and easily a Cake can be iced ... L
Cahe Icin
Chocolate, PinR, White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PURE ICINGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd,. TORONTO
STUART, THE PAINTER.
Toronto papers report the annual
meeting of the Chinese Presbyterian
church in thai city. Twenty-flve new
members were added co the communion roll during the year and contnl-
buttons were $531.40. The elders are
English speaking, but Mr, Lee Ling
nnd Mr. Wong Sing were elected deacons.
^ The "Tattered Remnant," is supposed in be busy these days considering
lhe i testi m t i whom the vacanl port-
r ,i.- shall I e given, Mr. McBrlde*
i.' also supposed in be debating with
himself which nl' his two eonstltuen-
i :< he shall transfer ii> some faith-
henchman nnd in which faithful
he ni hman the gifl shall be present-
e' I. Announcements may be expected
u ry -nun. ns tho necessary bye-elec-
Lii ns should lie ever before the "ini
i lie month.
1. lading Ontai in papers,  pai ticular
ly ihoi e which give ;i !mr share of at
leiiitui in matters outside and abovi
i       ,,    v   material   Interests   nf   Un
i , ommending the announced
li    mi,hi  ni' ihe governmenl nl' thai
province    to   increase'   iis expenditure
nn thi      . ,' schools and generallj   I i
'     I  ��� .:u   '''Terl   In  i aise  I he  standard
of education throughoul .lie province.
Ii   is   in   ::   hoped   ih.i,   the  goveru-
i,     '  of British Columbia  will follow
i ,1   example.
a . n a' Ive friends obey one
Ipi ira 1   Injunction  at   least,     Thej
ive dilligen. in business���the business
���     ' loking after their  political  Inter-
o    -.      hi   '!::..  pari   nl'  lhe country   we
:.���:.��� I ild " i Victoria Liberals have
i. . come in the opinion thai the re-
of I "' election all hou th a '��� i
a. ,. Ini ti Lo I hem Is, afte , all, a
good thing for the Province. In Vie-
: '. :e "hot air" nl' a similar !.:n i
will nn dotibl be circulated as to the
i'-,::.inn.-- of mainland Liberals. All of
which, being interpreted, means sine
! ly that three bye-elections are coming off an,I ihai the Governmenl does
nol mean ". take any chances.
Curious Hits 3orn of His Faculty For;
Reading Facas.
"J don't want people to look at
any pictures and say how beautiful
the drapery is. Tho face is what .1
euro about," said Stuart, the great
American painter, lie was once
asked what lie considered the most I
characteristic feature of the i'a<\.
He replied by pressing the end of
his pencil against the (i;> of his nose,
distorting it oddly.
His faculty at reading physiogno- j
ray sometimes made curious hits, jj
There was a' person iti Newport eel"- il
brated for his powers of calculation. I
hal in other respects almosl an h
idiot. One day Stuart, bciug in the j
British museum, came upon a bust j j
whose likeness was apparently uu-
mistakablc. Calling the curator, he
said, "1 sec you hn.c a head of 'Cal-
culal ing Jemmy.' " ,
"'Calculating Jemmy!'"  repeat-||
ed tlin curator in amazement. "That
is the head of Sir Isaac Newton."
On aunt her occasion, while din-
i i , with tho Duke of Northumberland, his hosl privilycallcd his attention to a gentleman and asked the
painter if lie knew him. Stuart had
never seen him b 'fore,
"'i\v me whal sorl of u man he
is."
'���| may speak frnnkly ?"
"By all means."
"Well, if thc Almighty ever wr , i
a legible hand li I he gr ati ;t
rascal thai ever disgrti    I so licty."
Il appeared thai thc man was an
ati irney \. ho had been detected in
sundry dishonornlil 'acts, ,
Stuart's daughter  tells  a  pn tty \\
story of her fat! er's gai rot. where
'" iny of his mill li.h   I ;���' ���( ire ��� were
sl '-"'!:
"The gar re I wu i my playground,
nn,!   n   beau! iful   ��� keh ;i   of   Mine.
Bonaparte   v. as   i !ic   i lol   thai    I
worshiped.   Al last I y 'I posse-; >ion
of colors and an old panel and fell
to work cop,, ing 11 c picl are.   Suddenly  I   heard  a  fri ;hl ful   rn iring
sound.    The' kiti li a chimney wn i
on  lire.    Presently  my  father appeared, to see if i he fire was likeh
to do any damage.    1 le saw thai  I
looked very foolish al being eaughi
at such  presumptuous employment
and nretetiili'il tint to see mo.    BuI
CHOI
The
Hamilton
Watch
Movement
FOR MEN
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VOU CANNOT PROCURE A MORE ACCURATE TIMEPIECE THAN
THE HAMILTON'.
Grade No. 940-21  Jewels, in 25-year Gold   Filled  Cases.  ..   $37.58
Grade   No.   1   17      " "  32.50
Grade JNo. 2-17      " " "        " "     25.50
Crane    Nn.  .;���   17 " " " "        23.50
W.  C.  CHAMBERLIN, Tho Jeweler
'Phone  105.
THE    CELlFBRATSTD
lew Wellington Coal
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:s
LADIES
We im Ite yo n inspection of our
new stoi'. ol "Empress Shoes."
See tho bo i I Iful line ol I .mot is -
w ��� sell al $3.50. Finer lines In Patent I.eai ho:.-, etc., $'.03 and 54._-0
���  pair,
WE'RE   AT   YOUR  SERVICE.
\.:-,:' ition is nol wholly confined
i'     ..(���....an   Ciiiaila.   lull     while     the
VVesI   is  receiving  thousands of set*
Hers with  fle^h  and  blood, the Easi
seems chiefly trppbled with an Influx
of  ghost).,   visitors,     Seme   months
ago, all  Uberl County in New Uruns-
wicli  was stirred  by an outbreak of
the supernatural . Then followed stories   from   Hopewell  ('ape.    Now   the
tales come   from   Toronio   .limninn.
Then   the  C.  P.   Et.    workshops    are
i ������������    led        a mysterious bui   snriii-
lr.ns spirit.    This latesl  aspirant  for
tmii:i..i.iii' fame is truly up-to-date, for
he i. said to come from Niagara Falls
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,   Grocer
l.aeiies' Gold Watches from $12.76 up
Gentlemen's  Silver   Watches,   open
face, $6.00
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case, $7.50 up
Apent for the celebrated Sot th Bend
Watches, supplied to the Welltran Arc-
tie Expedition.   All warrante :.
Chair.ii, Rings, Fewelry, eto.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, F001 if SIXTH, WH HESIHBIB
��"��� O. ii     .   34S
'Phone  105.
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Ladles9 $3.50
American
Shoes
We li iv i them in all the fashion-
"'���'������������ lo'i'hers���i!i.x rail. (i,,n .Mm ,|,    UKgff   ASK TO "FT
Viol  Ki,l, etc.     Ask  lor the ".Inlm-    ^^Tur MAMMiicH        9S.J
son  Bros."  American Shoe. hF <5ir Mr^o SHH?1       ���
DESIGN FOR WOMEN
JOHNSTON'S
R5*_r \TZ       M
��"*>        || Columbia Streef,    ��
Shoe Housejl New Wesfnfefer.    1
Positively the host corner on Columbia
street. It contains three large stores,
we!! lighted, and numerous offices on r ���
second floor, giving a splendid income.
The buildmg has a frontage on Columbia
Street of 66 feet, and the lot runs back
to Clarkson Street.
- PRICE   $33,000.      Reasonable term.,
THE DOMINION TRUST COltd J
THOS. B. PEARSON, Manager
EXCLUSIVE   AGENTS m
- Columb'�� Street, next Bank of Commas     |( |DAy. FEB. 8, 1907.
THE
jM*!-*"  THE DAILY KEWS
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CASH STORE
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Ik Daily Details
TRY
Fur cut flowers, bridal bouquets anel
funeral designs, 'phone Tidy, the Florist, A184.
Whooping cough is said to be on
th" Increase In the city and surrounding country.
The debate of the Westminster debating club, which was to have taken
place today, has heen postponed un-
ti! Feb. 11.
The Chinook, which was recently
rr'&ed from the bottom of the Fraser,
is new tied itp in the Begbie street
slip, all ready for business.
Iris at Seattle, paid an official visit
to Xew Westminster yesierday in
company with K. ���!. Burns, general
agenl of the company at Vancouver.
This was Mr. Gray's first visit to this
city, and he expressed himself as be-
Ing delighted with the town. Mr.
Gray was formerly stationed at Sioux
City, Iowa, being transferred to the
western division of the (!. N. It. .<>-
warils the end  of last  year.
The Heaver made an attempt to get
through   in   Langley   yesterday,  bui   ....,
Lee's Furniture Emporium
For Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Window Shades, Pictures and Framing,
Couches, Parlor Goods, Rattan Goods.
ASSORTMENT THE BEST   QUALITY THE HIGHEST! PRICES THE LOWEST!
LEE S      Furniture     Emporium
Dupont Block New Westminster Tel. 73
was compelled to give ll up and return
>>>>>.:o>.:��o>>:^
to  port  after reaching  a   poini   about >!��� ,
[ eight   miles   up   the   river.     The   fee fa
The Mystery, a freighter owned and   wai   very  green and  thick especially p.
operated  by McKenzie  Bros, of Van-h, lhl, narrower portions of the chan- $
couver, was in port yesterday, return- \Ml    The captain went at the propo- 'fa
to the  mouth  of  the river  in the | sitlon ln  B   v,ery cautious  manner and fa
afterno in.
There   were   no     passenger    trains
;$   .''   lerday,  all   having  been cancelled
���   a   result   nf the   heavy  snow   falls
��� :, ihe mountains,    Two delayed trains
arrived (luring Wednesday night.
Quality  first,  tnen price���p,lCe  is not the great  moving  feature
.he New Spring Goods.    Qua Ity comes first.
m    customers know   ilia*  the lowest price! goods are the mosl
enslve   in buy;  they know thsii a poor article is nol worth carry'
ome;   so each season finds  ns  pushing a   better class  of mer-
lise.
Not  thai  we're after a  high priced business, ive don'l wain that;
��� a an every day trade in  relialUe goods a;   .rices which people
,  ifford tn pay, *<
,.|   Honeycomb  Bedspreads, fi aged ail around, four colors, 10-4,
$-.;,:  11-4    $1.50
i'i" Royal Templars of Temperance i m,p  iiTniitprn  Piiii/t'
a'   a recenl   meeting  appointed  com-   IUU  dl ilANuLlf  OlMu
||ii;it.tees  which   will   make  the  neces-
saij   preparations for the visil of Dr.
j!''. II.  Emory  on the evening of Feb.
27.
I   ���   i
bleached   and   i<ubleachod,   in   lour   width..,   7-4,   s-1.
    25c  to   4J;   yard
Sheets and  Pillow Cases, White Quilts,  Pillow   Shams,  i'ii
r.is, etc.;  all prices.
eel D nnask
for Tabic Cov ���
nei
lesigns   i.i
rod  and   while,
.   -     an 1
white, Scotch  '
il il
��� '    pansj
good   n.i ah'y
ns  for
fancy  work  an ;
blouse
"In.  .   C
sy"    Linens    in
,-   '; Iths   ;
nd manj  quali 1 i
s; pure
linen	
. .30o to $1.00 yd.
The Otter arrived in porl yesterday
foi the tirst time for many months.
Tl e main |>or_ion of the cargo brought
in was a hundred tons of coal which
is being unloaded and placed in the
C.  P. X. coal  bunkers.
The funeral of Duncan Weber, who
���-111 ruin!,ml to a severe attack Of the
grippe on Monday morning, took place
yesierday afternoon, the cortege leaving Fales' undertaking parlors on
Agnes streel and proceeding to the
Church of England cemetery, where
interment lank  'dre,..
...I Linen Turkish Bath Towels, in  brown or  , ire white,
v."..  Cotton Turkish  Bath   Towels, In   irown or white, with con-
ilored sl ripes.
\, u   Linen  Huckaback   To'    ..-, pun- linen, fringe,1 or hemmed.
Linen Crash   Towels   col   111   liaper   and   honeycomb   towels  all
?!    Pair $
.50. $1.00,  75c,
60c. 50c. 40c,  35c
25c, 20c.
15c 10c.
, .'.    1
iwell
10c,
'tirkish   Towel
ng.-.    Roller
2' jc.  15c, 20c,
ings.   v bite   and   ;
"owell in t.a.    Hack
25c.
rown.   Gli
["owelllngs
ss  Towellings,
Stair Linens,
_ nitai
Wa sher3 and
Bath   ."   Is.
his   tirst   consideration   was   thai   no-  S
thing should   be  broken.     The   vessel   fa
i fai
took   on     a     considerable     cargo    of | ,���<
freigh!  yesterday and will make ano-   !���!
fa.
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ther attempt to get as far up as Lang
Ie} today,
20th CENTURY
HING
BUT CHEW ESCAPES I
While   Towing   Dredge   Equipment   to   ;��,;
Victoria, Vessel  Is Rammed
by  Ice  Floe.
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The Steam tug Stranger, owned and >J
1,penned b} Capt, Robert Fenton, was fa.
rammed by a block of ice Wednesday }<��J
evening and sank in a few minutes. I y
The accident took place nol far from ft
tiie Currie M-c Williams cannery l>n !��!
Westham island, and the captain and <t?
crew had to take their chances and I >J
jump on the block of ice which caused ; 'fa.
the   damage   in   order   to   save   their   'fa
lives.   The tug which is under cfharter I
to atte
A star! was made yesterday to lay
down the cement Hour for the engine
room of the new Wood Slave Pipe
manufactory. The work of installing
'In necessary machinery is being
I 11-lied along as rapidly as possible
and the managers expeel to have the
i 'ant in running ordet by spring.
Considerable    Improvements    have
been made to the V. W. __.  V. depoi
ii    this  city, the   little station   being
fitted oul with a new ceiling, the wait--, ,.,... ,           ,
ice,      lhe  place where  the   tug sank
Ins   room   lined    and     painted.      the , .              .   , . .     .       .             , ',
��� �� i.n one ot the deepest 111 the river, and
I broken  window  panes have also been!   ,                   ., ,       ,           .  .        .
.   1 there is said to be about eighty feet
replaced, and altogether ihe elepot is
fa.
S
���nd the King Edward, was on its   ft
way  to Victoria with a scow in tow  !���!
'���
which bore some of the paraphanalia   ;���;
needed   by   the   dredge   in  its   opera-   >J
linns   and   the   crew  found  a  refuge IS
Upon it  until the Restless, which  was   >��<
coining up  behind could come up and   a
take them off. !���!
The vessel sank a very few minutes  V
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vQTTTTTQ     TWEED   and\
lOUl lO~   WORSTED!
T-H* SMITH
267 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER
ts   Hrsl   page   display   and   exhaus-   to   locating  aad   raising the  Stranger   >J?
,.,  treatment In the Spokane papers. I once more to the surface. J
Spokane  is   becoming    very    ambi-   dauntless   three   feel   as   though   they fa
inus.   Thai  fair city proposes to make   don't care  to  run any closer chances *
barself, imi only the metropolis of the | of losing their lives during the rest ;���:
I inland   Empire,   bill   the   capital;   to j of their days.     The  tow  line  which fa
make of  thai   vasl   interior  territory
tate, and  to call  It   Lincoln.     Thi
was   connected  with  the scow,  broke
Off   close   by   the   latter   and   will   be   '���!   =
WORSTED;.
PANTS
FANCY VESTS
lan is consitiered so feasible that it   of   great   assistance   when   1,   com(
Reiiresentalives of the Ladies' H is-
al Auxiliary are making a house I 1
house canvass Inr supplies of edibles
Methodist  Reunion.
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Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
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fa.
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About two hundred adherents of the Sji
Queen's avenue Methodisi church Bal fa.
'im Valentine fete which is to be ,.. n t0 ;lu, s���1)1)er which was provid- J
' el I in St. Ptralck's hall on Feb. 11
nn 1 12. The c in.a isers are I el
v. ell   rei elve I   and    1   choli e  Hsl   ol
A'A,':;;a:.;:;* aa:1: | The Wardrobe Clothier I
n
; re inion.   Supi er was served from   fa
h as will delight those of   g t(J s ,)',.!ll(,k.    In ,-m. absence of the   _����^����>>>>��������>2��>>>X����^^^
th    mo3l   decidedly  epicurean  tastes,   [)astori Rev. \V.  11. Barraclough, who  __.
eln8 rolled up. , ;,   confined to his room    through  ill
Owing to the complete tie-up of all   health, the chair was occupied by Rev.
j Dr. Sipi re '.    Re lorts of a  most  en-
-INCTON     LUMP    COAL      I
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'vELLING~ON   WASHED   NUT
AND PEA COAL.
J COMOX COAL AND COKE.
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��� CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
��� MENT.
��� I   is   celebrated   Cement   is
<�� ' by nearly all large contract-
J in the Province.
*
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE,
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.   ���
.CCUVER   PORTLAND   CE-
iBANK   LIME.
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL   i,
BRICK. %
From the Clayburn Clay C\>. 4
SEWER PIPE. DRAIN TILE, ��
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
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��� Te.e532-.ones. Office 16,    A .nager's Resilience 22 J
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i:. X. R. lives wi -!    E Seattle, the '���
.1 offlces a e onh   |E uing tickets as   couraglng   character   wen      eceiveu
far  a.  Seattle  and   Skyhomish.    Ac-   -����� '���*  workers in the various sec
coi ling  to the local officials, the pre-   !"'- "r the ehmch't enterprises and
���  conditions restricting travel will   -"^,h ���"��' '>!';i'''i'!'11 w:'s apparenl on
ccntlnue until they receive word that livery band.   During the evening ma
i,  of a s; ecial ( haracter was render-
��� ���    lines are clear, and thai  railway| B
���   iffic   is   no   longer   Impossible,     A
li i .e ii imber of city i eople have been
:���..;     ,    ,,     one  iii; s nils:   as
i  resull lis ai rangement.
Archibald   Gray,   who was   r icently
iii  ed assl ���; ml  general passenger
igeni of the G. N. R . with hea Iquar
NOTICE.
The public is hereby nollfle > thai
I ' ��� plain Watts, master of tin ship
Chelmsford, will nol be respoasil le
!,,, an debts thai may ' e contracted
!,\   the crew of thc  said ship.
(Sgd.)   CAPTAIN WATTS,
Master.
l by ih   choir, which added much u
, . ,���; |o} menl   if the occasion.
Growing App^ciatiosi
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
iugar Cured
Breakfast Mams and Bacon
^[ REICHENBACH COMPANY, H
Royal City Lodge, No. 3, IMF.
FUNEHAL  NOTICE.
The members of Royal City Lodge,
v , :! | oo.l''., are requested lo meel
nt'the Oddfellows' Hall, at 1:30 p.m.,
pHdayj ,|���. gth February, 1907, for
the purpose of attending the funeral
I ,,, ������,. iate brother, Walter E. Emerson,
The members of Amity Lodge, No,
���',. ami all visiting brethren are In*
riled to be present,
H. M, WELSH; x<:..
c. S. KEITH, S ' retary.
2d-aa
Troul)le   for   Hoesakeepers.
Seattle, Feb. 7.���"On and after this
i ite, membe: of the Servanl dirls'
Amalgaii'l Union, No, 23, will refuse
to work more than elghl limns a day,
i,. accordance with the enactment of
ihe> Legislature of 1907, regulating the
hours of female labor. Employers will
take notice that the members of lire
union will prepare only two meals a
day, hereafter at the same rate of
wages, and they may have the option
which two they prefer, breakfasl and
lunch  and  dinner."
A notice substantially like the fore
going will be served on every woman
in Seattle employing a cool, or domestic, as soon as the eight-hour bill, now
pending before the legislature, becomes law. All the women's clubs
in Seal lie are discussing the grave
topic.
Invest^in these Lots
MAREjMMMS IN A SHORT Til:
2 Lots cor.  6th  Ave.  and 18th St.,  near proposed
car line, $325;  $125 cash.
3 Lots cor. 7th Ave. and 2nd St., $550;  $200 cash.
1 Lot Tth Ave., near Moody Square, $200; half cash.
2 Lois on 6th St., $500;  half cash.
1 Lot on Sth Si. and 7th. Ave., $200;  half cash.
1 Lot on Sth and 6th Ave., $200;  half cash.
1 Lot 2nd and Durham, $200;  half cash.
McLEOD, MARK &  CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists," New Westminster
Revised  List.
Of  bookings  at   the  Opera   House
foi   February.
Tonight���Revolution In Russia,
Feb, 15���Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.
Feb. 20���The Fast Mall. |
Feb. 28-*Engllsh Conceri Co.
"Nettie! the News Girl," which v i
to ha\ ��� ! een ;'���'''   n Mon;'.-:
has been aan   i
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
A.   HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting
P. O. Box 2
Ffc
Telephone 302
ADVERTISE
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FRIDAY
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
CONDENSED  STORIES.
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Easy For the Lawyer, but Hi�� Clier.tt
Had to Hustle.
Xo law firm in Somerset county,
Me., was better know* than the
firm of Walton & Walton, S. J.
Walton being the senior member of
the firm and his nephew Lyman tbe
junior. So well known were' the
men personally that they were always spoken of as "S. J."' and "Lyman," says the Bo.-ton Herald.
A number of years ago the citizens of the town of Solon, in the
northern part of Somerset county,
bent their energies upon getting up
the biggest Fourth of July celebration ever known in the county.
Among the numbers on the programme1 was an oration by thc Hon.
S. J. Walton of Skowhegan, ex-senator of the county.
A large platform was built under
some large trees, and it was there
TIME AND TIDE
wait for no man, neither does prosperity. Prosperity is with us all the
time. Four years of progress unchecked are in front ot us. JNew \\ est-
minster is rapidly forging ahead.
Before another Provincial election dawns property will be up 100 per et.
Devote your time and money to securing some of the many snaps offered
below, and then, like Rip Van Winkle, sleep awhile, wake up, and reap
the fruits of your investments.
Moreys
FOR
OFFICE       i
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
6?c &c.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
A1907 BARGAIN
160 acres S. E. quarter Sec.
23, Township 8, New Westminster district, 4 miles
from Langley; 4 - room
house; 1 acre orchard;
trees bearing well; splendid
water; between 20 and 30
acres cleared; partly fenced; corner lot; good roads,
both ends. $2,000, one-
half cash. For sale exclusively by us.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VAJX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
"POOTT SPOKEN MAN,  HAIN'T HE?"
that the senator poured out li is eloquence and told over the well known
features of the Revolution and how
many times his great-grandfather
died for his country.
A visitor, approaching the platform, observed an old farmer gazing at the speaker with open mouthed wonder. As the visitor drew
near the farmer the latter remarked, "Pooty spoken man, hain't he?"
"Yes," answered the visitor, "S. J.
is an easy speaker, and it is very
easy for him to earn $10 today."
"Yes, yes," observed the farmer
as he stroked the yellow corn tassel
on his chin, "very easy for him, but
mighty hard for us."
TO INVESTORS.
���SG acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.
R. ninnir.f through. $9,460, terms
easy.    Investigate.
Two storey house between Fourth
and Fifth avenue, seven rooms. Rents
for $15.    $1,700.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
REDUCED   RATES
WINTER CARNIVAL, ��� Rowland, II. C.
Tickets on sale Feb. llth to Feb. 16th.
Returning Feb. 18th.
Fare and One-third Return
ED, GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
.\ew Westminster.
E.   J.   COYLE,
Assistnnt   General    Passenger   Ayent,
Vancouver.
{Northern Pacific
When the  Reporter Scored.
Charles M. Jacobs, the chief engineer of the Pennsylvania railroad
tunnel under the North river, recently conducted a party of railroad
ofiicials and reporters through the
tunnel on foot.
At one stage of the programme
there was some slight delay, and
Mr. Jacobs said, with a laugh, to a
reporter:
"We are not very punctual, eh?
We are like a little country railroad
that I used to ride on. To the president of this road a reporter went
hurriedly one evening.
" 'I understand,' he said, 'that
Ihere has been an accident on your
line tonight.'
"'Oh, you do, do you?' said the
president, with a sneer.
" 'Yes, sir.' And the reporter
waited, pencil and paper in hand.
"'What do you know about this
accident?' Ihe president, still sneering, asked.
" 'Nothing, except that it happened (o the 9:15 train/ the reporter meekly answered.
"'Well,' said the president, 'that
train came in on time to the minute.'
" 'Are you sure of that ?' said the
reporter.
" 'Of course' I am, sir."
"The disappointed reporter pocketed hi* tools,
"J suppose/ he said thoughtfully, 'thai must have been the accident referred to/ "
6-room cottage, 7th Ave.&
6th St., facing 7th Ave.; 2
full sized lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
wood sheds, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees. Price
$1800, half cash, bal. 6&
12 mos. at 7 per ct.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   California.
For full inform! ion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland, Ore
Is Severe on Senate.
Hart Kennedy, the noted English novelist, told in Xew York a
story about the senate.
"I heard this story in Washington," said .Mr. .Kennedy, "and I
have every reason fo believe it is
true.
"A senator hurried into the senate chamber one morning early and
said to a page:
" 'Young man, did you find a ten
dollar bill on mv desk last evening?
I wrote a letter, intending to in-
close the bill, but somehow 1 failed
to do so and left it behind on the
blotter.'
'"Yes, senator,' said the page,
taking out his wallet, 'I did find
that bill, and here it is. And it's
a lucky thing f,,r you, sir. that none
if the other senators happened in
before I saw it.' "���Boston Herald.
13-roomed House, with
bath room, pantry, scullery, root house and wood
shed attached ; electric
light; hot and cold water.
181 ft. front, 280 ft. deep
(more or less). All kinds of
fruit, 5 walnut trees, all
bearing small fruit. Price
for the whole $5,500;
terms half cash, bal. 7 per
cent. Price of house and
land going with it, $4,000.
Telephonic communication
with house.
2 lots can be bought separately; 50 ft. front, 280
ft. deep, $750 each; good
bearing fruit trees; lane on
back from 3rd Ave. to 4th
Ave.
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House on Brantford St.,
rents $15 per month. Will
sell for $1,500. Terms
$750 cash, bal. easy.
Another   of   Our   Snaps.
"20 acres near Cloverdale; one mile
from school. 4'i acres cropped this
year. 30 acres slashed, easily cleared.
Besl prairie land. Frame house, 0
rooms, plastered; large barn, chicken
hcuse. woodshed, etc., etc. Only
$6,400. Terms easy.
Snap in Lots.
Three lots, less IC feet, cornei' of
Sixth street and Fifth avenue. Just
$1,000, terms easy.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
the city, from $25 00 to $3,000
SO acres, one mile from Abbotsford,!
10 acres clenred, good soil, 220 fruit
trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
in thre* equal payments at reasonable
interest.
150 acres improved land, buildings
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all under cultivation, $15,000. If you
can handle this, don't delay; it's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
160 acres good farm land in Delta,
about V/o miles from river, near Scott
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
100 acres, N.E. M section 19, township 10, Langley; small house, 30
acres cleared, timber valued $750.
Price $1,500, one-third cash, balance
at 7 per cent.
House and 1% lots, 5 rooms, price
$1,375, half cash, balance to be arranged at 0 per cent.; Alice street.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
This is in Victoria, are you  moving?
. room cottage, water lavatoi y,   i
kitchen;  barn 20x2.":  size of lot,  li .
1140; fenced and cleared; only $1,200.
Easy terms.    Enquire at once for ful-
; ler particulars.
Full sized lot, -No. 12 Thin! avenue
and 13th street, north side. $300 easy
terms.
17 lots, full sized on 6th street, in
Burnaby, East side 100 yards from
Cliff Can  factory.    Price $1,020.
House on Royal and Eighth street. J
two storeys, seven  rooms,  full  sized
lot, $2,000.
20  acre   Mocks,    fruit   lands,   near i
Junction, $20 per acre
2 Juts, corner 5th sl eel and Wi
avenue;   size   of  lot .  ,;0ra
lot.   Can be boughl at to. $450
insl le lot $100.    Go* d
L6S acres, Coqultlam, I        ,   ,.   .
ed, near Black's rani b, $2,000.
House and lot, 33 x 100,
sltui ted  near Queen's .   1   ..-. $1.53
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
One hundred and sixty . res M \y
U Sec. 15, Township 11. twe ,....
from Fort Langley, 5 acres sla
No. 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on tin e, 7 p ������ cenl
interest.
1 1-2 acres, between 5th
and 6th avenue and 16th
and 14th Sts.    $500 cash,
50 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 $125, inside
lots $100. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
f.O acres good fruit land in Surrey;
can be bousht now for $25 p��r acre,
only one-quarter cash needed, balance
in one or two years at 7 per cent.
One hundred and sixty acres, X w,
U Sec. 25, Township 10, 2.. miles
from Abbotsford, creek running
through, 50 acres alder bottom, said
to be $600 worth of timber on tbe
pro] erty. Price $10 per acre, ft cash,
balance on time.
Ten acres in Lot 463, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleared.   $30 per acre.
Two storied house, 7 room-, bath,
sewer connections, all modern im-
provements, splendid locality, $2,800,
Terms  arranged.
House, corner of Fifth avenue anl
' Sixth street, one lot, two storeys, J
! rooms, $2,500, half cash,
Boarding house, 20 rooms, on Sixth
' street, one block .'rem post office,
' rents at $Jo per month, or foi sale a:
, $4,500.
House, eight roon;-. <>n SI George
street, corner Fourth, $2,500; euy
terms.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
stree-, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
mouth.    Only $1,050.
160 acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard,  %   acre   strawberries   planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame barn 30 j
x  32;   l.-post   frame house  and  co.vj
stables, three in all, stable !. cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools,    churches    near    at    hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100 j
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been j
logged;  $2,000   refused  for   standing]
timber; carriage house 16 x 24;   hen j
house made of hewed timber laid in I
mortar, 12 x 30,    A chance of a lifetime, $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent.
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.
480 acres, Maple Ridge, Sections 28, '
29 and 32, Township 9, one-half prairie, rest brush and some small trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Sec-
I tion 20, $60 per acre; Section 28, $55 i
[per acre.    Telephone  at   Hammond:
| telegraph   station,   Pitt  River  Bridge. I
I Terms, half cash, balance one and two I
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency,
180 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-roora house,
chicken house; one ac.
cleared; good well, purest
water. $1,000. Chance
of a lifetime.
Lot   Xo.   10,   full    size,   on  Agnes
j street, all  cleared and fenced, ready
' for building;   a real  good speculation
for $600.    Half lot Xo. 7, $250.
160 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
'cleared;   barn 50 x 30;  stables, etc.;
! splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy.
Between Fifth and Sixth avenues,
near Seventh street, eight rooms, all
modern, stable and chicken bouse, full
sized lot, two storeys, $1,000 cash,
$2,500.
SO acres of land m
mill, in Surrey; good
cleared; only $1,000, i
���ar Sutherland's
house. 6 acres
'asy terms.
160 acres in Surrey, near Brown &
1 Coulthard's ranch, $7 per acre; good
terms;   fruit  lands;   tee   us for  particulars.
House and lot, 50 x
brewery, facing Columbia St.
for $24.00 per month,
half cash, balance in
You cannot possibly get
centage for your mone\
cent.
back
He
of!
House,    10   rooms, l._>   lots,  near
Foui.h   avenue   and   Seventh   street,
Price  $1,200,' $2,000.   Terms can be arranged,
six   months.
higher peril.m 14  per
160 ae res in Sum
fenced on road side
balance on lime at
jeel to i ale of timber
', 5 acres cleare.],
$1,800, half cash,
0  pe r cent., sti -
Exclusive Sale
5 acres on 6th St., just
off city limits. $1,100,
easy terms. Fine property for subdivision or
market gardening, chicken
ranch or small fruit farm.
40 acres near .Mud Bay, $7 per acre,^
' see us for fuller particulars.
S-roomed house, all modern Improvements, flue location, cormr of Fourth
stree: and Agnes, $5,000, one half
cash. A comfortable home and good
family residence.
Eight-roomed liouse , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon street an i
Sixth street, two storey.., $3,750.
Seven-roomed liouse, Seventh street,
near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
sized lot, $1,600.
One and a half lots, Sapperton, just
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
$1,200.    Terms to be arranged.
Part of lot 369, joins Hake Commur,
about   70  acres,   only   $25   per  acre. |
Hair cash.   Jump.
House and lot on Sith street. Lot 66x
120, 6 rooms, woodshed chicken bouse,,
$1,050.   Terms easy.'
MO acres, Langley, 25 under cultivation;   bouse,   ham, sheds,  etc. all  in]
goe i  repair;  a  snap at $3,000, half
C_KSll.
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side
Price $2,500. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
House and lot on Agnes slreet, two
storeys, seven rooms; a real snap at
$2,500.
135 acres, one mile from   Huntingdon, B.C., 70 acres iu grass, 15 acres
drained and  fenced;  house and bara
Sl $2,500; good road along one si.!'-.
rice  $50 per acre, half cash, balance
to suit purchaser at 6 per cent    Reason for selling, the owner's wife la "
bad  health,  and  has  to go  to fl  i    j
limate.
Double tenement house, 5 rooms Id
each house., watt r, light, full -size lot,
between First and Second street,
Fourth avenue., on north side. Price
$1,500, half cash, balance In one year
at 6 per cent.
160 acres, all fenced, ready for cultivation, good water, half mile i'i'""1
school, at  Chiiliwack-, $75  per acre.
04 acres in Pitt Meadows, only
?.;" per acre. One third cash, balance
at 6 per cent.
8 and 10 acre blocks in Surrey, three
miles from the river, $10 per acre.
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
at $10 each.
Five cottages and two lots on First
j street, opposite Queen's park. Price
I $7,000.
Full sized lot on Regina street. 66X
I 132, Lot 10, Sub. 4 Lot 8. Price $150-
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
mimU _ia* miUttatr- ���itM^SimamnaLJi -Rl
DAY. FEB. 8. 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
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IAND REGISTRY ACT.
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Highest Prices Paid for STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
rell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
foriyjymaii,       Between  Columbia  c
'Phone No. 214       Fraser River Hotel
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
TAKE NOTICE that application has j the underslgned. and endorsed "Ten-
been made to register Edgar I.. Web- ,hM (or p0st0fflce, Fernie, B.C.," will
ber as the owner in Fee Simple, under I be received at this office until Mon-
a Tax Sale; Deed from the Reeve and day, February IS, 1907, inclusively, for
Clerk ol' Surrey, to Edgar L. Webber, i the construction of a Post Office, &c,
bearing the date 5th day of January,; building at Fernie, B. ('.
A.D. 1901, of all and singular that cer-i Plans and specifications can be seen
tain parcel or tract of land and prem-j and forms of tender obtained at this
ises situate, lying and being in the Department and on application to
District of Xew Westminster, in the Robert A. Kerr. Esq., Clerk of Works,
Province   of   British   Columbia,  more   Fernie, 13. C.
COUNCllJEETINfi.
Saturday being a public holiiny, i
the regular meeting of the council
of the township ot Chiiliwack was
te bi on Monday, the 4th day of February, 1907, flu1 reeve an i ..'.'. councillors being present.
Communications were received from
the undermentioned and deaii with
as follows:
A. L. Coote, secretary of the school
0PERA=H0l]$E
ONE NIGHT ONLY
FRIDAY, 8th Feb.
: Electric Railway Service!
particularly known and described as |    Persons tendering are notified that board,    Jackson���Good,  That the es
Lots 1 and 2 of Block 10, subdivision   tenders will not be considered   unless timates of the school board be receiv- I
of South   East     quarter    Section    10, | made on  tbe printed   form    supplied
Township l.
Electric PANORAMA
DEPICTING
The Revolution in Russia
Tbe  Riots in  St. Petersburg,
Moscow and Odessa.
10,1 made on the printed   form   .UJW.���u,  ed and adopted.    Carried.
I aud    signed    with   their actual signa-
You  and  each  of you are  required1 tares. ' ''' J'  Hart  * Co" re 1'1'"1'    VM'V>'"   The Rioters Being Driven Back From
That   lhe   communication;     the  Famous Winter Palace, etc., etc.
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p
m. excepting,at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
C;ty Limits Line -Service from
el 15 a.m. to  11  P :u.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 aud 2 and 6 and 7.
30 Minute Service during re- i
malnder of day. xranster at ���
Leopold Biace. ���
Sunday See vice half-hourly between S a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Lin*.
15 Minute Service from 6.25 a.
m. to il p.m.. excepl between
1_ and ���:. and :, aud 7, during
which hour., the service will be
b ill hourly.
Sunday  Service   bait Hourly  between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m,
Ashwell
to  contest   the   claim of  the tax   pur-       Each  tender  must   be accompanied       Barrow.
chaser within   thirty   days   from   the b\ an accepted cheque on a chartered   of P. J.  Han & Co.  be received and
date of the  first   publication  of this bank, made payable to tbe   order   of   filed, and thai the reeve and clerk in-
notice, otherwise I shall register Ed- the Honourable the Minister of Public
gar Li,  Webber, as owner thereof In Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
fee.     And  I   hereby order  that   pub- ol tbe> amount of   the   tender, which
llcation ot this notice for fifteen days will be forfeited if the party tendering      John    MoKenzle,     Dominion    land
in  a   daily   newspaper   published   at decline to bnter into a contract when   agent,  re road  on Promontory flat���
N'ew   Westminster   will  be  good  ami called upon to do so, or If   he  fail to  Jackson���-Evans    That
sniiicie.nl service thereof. complete the work contracted for.   If
DATED at the Land Registry office, the tender be nol accepted the cheque
vestlgate   and
fieale.   Carried.
A Thrilling Spectacular Exhibition
of   teal    life   from    a   country in the
Ign    necessary   cert A throes of a bloody revolution.
Doors open  at 7:30;
begins at 8:30.
Admission, 25 cents to all
the house.
performance
Province   of  Brit-
17th  dav  of Janu-
��� British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd $
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Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers w.d Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles.   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,    Etc.
Fish ~*nrl Fruit Boxes.
Large Stoc    Plain and Fancy Class.
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Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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li Columbia, thi.
... A.D.   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Thomas Jeffries,  Esq,
All persons served with this notice,
nd those claiming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any inti resl in the said land by virtue of any
unregistered Instrument, and all persons claiming any interesi in the
said land by descent whose title
is not registered under the
provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or
in respect of the said land so sold for
I axes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
will be returned.
The Department does not bind Itself to accept the lowesl or any tender.
By Order,
FRED, GELINAS,
Secretary,
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, January 18, 1907.
Newspapers    Inserting   this   advertisement without  authority  from this
Department will nol be paid for it.
~~ LAND REGISTRY ACT.
SUITS TO ORDER,
PUNTS TO ORDER,
the communication of .1. McKenzie be received and
filed .md thai the reeve and councillor Wilson be a committee to meel
.1. McKenzie to go over certain roads
on Promontory Flats, and decide the
location of same at a date to be fixed
by .1. McKenzie'.    Carried.
Applications were received for the
e'erkship   and  a   ballot   having   been
taken,   .1.   Pelljy   was   declared   duly   Latest Patterns.
elected   for   that   position. Satisfaction guarantee
Tenders for supplying lumber were
received from R. Brett and S. D. Tre-'
tbewey.
parts of
. $11.00
. 5.00
MARVELOUS    REDUCTION
until March 1st, 1907.
Plenty of Goods to select from, of the
funded.
>r money re-
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOH
247 Front Street   -     New Westminster
OPEN EVENINGS.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Home
stead Regulations
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register .lohn W. Burr
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from The Corporation I known and described as Lots 10 and j
of  the  City of   Xew   Westminster,  to; 11.  Block "D" St.  Patrick's Square
John  VV.  Bun
  Jackson���Good, Thai   the tender of
TAKE NOTICE that an application S, D, Trethewey for lumber be accept-
has been made to register James Lord ed.     Carried.
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a Tenders for hardware, oil, etc., were |
Tax  Sale  Deed   from   the   Mayor and nceiveel   from   fi.   H.   Gervan  and  J.
Treasurer of  the  City  of  New  West, .\e,m.���      Barrow���Wilson.   That     the
minster, to  Patrick T.  Bowler, bear- j tender of' J. Munro for hardware, coal
ing date the 18th day of August, A.D. 0i], etC) be ;,cce],ted.    Carried.
1902, of all and singular that certain j      .   ,      ��� _.
Ashwell���Barrow,   That  the tender
parcel or tract oi land and premises   ., ...   ...   .    . . ....
situate,  lying and  being in  the  City   ���    Wj   .''  J,ack?ia,n-   for   "r,Illln��   >'" j    Any available Dominion Lands with
of Xew Westminster, in the Province ! ',oc""te"'    ^ar"e<l. In the Rallway Belt in British Colum-
of British Columbia, more particularly |     Communlcati .ns were received from  bla. may be homesteaded by any per-
D'c managers  of tho  Royal  Bank of  son who Is tbe sole head of a family.
Block "D" St. Patrick's Square.      Canada and the Bank of Montreal, re ; or any male over 18 years of age. to
bearing the date 15th I     You and each of vou are required   ballldnS  business   for   the year  1907., the  extent  of one-quarter  section  of
day of June  A D. 1905, of all and sin- j to contest  the claim of the tax pur-' v" "son���Barrow.   That the communi-; i60 acres, more or less,
gular that certain parcel or tract of  chaser within forty-five days from the ' Ci:tlon from the Manager of the Royal;     Entry must be made personally at
Bank ol Canada be receive,] and filed i the local land office for the district in
notice,   otherwise    I    shall    register | atd their tems accepted.   Carried,   j whlch the iand l3 situate.
lames  Lord  as owner  thereof in fee.!     Petitions  were received from  H.  E.      The homesteader is required to per-
And I hereby certify that publication ' Walker  and others   re   fixing  road.    ��� form the conditions connected there-
The Royal Bank of Canada
'.-.-  res absolute security  to depositors.   START NOW to save your money
Peoi
do harder things every day and have
ud you  will never regret it.
Dg to show for it.
il :: DOLLAR opens an accm di Put It In your pocket, it would prob-
a il) be nothing, but ONE DOLLAR deposited every week with us will in
���iu years amount to $604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
land and  premises situate, lying and j date of  the   first   publication of  this j
being in the District of N'ew Westmln-
I ster, in the Province of British Coluni-
bla, more particularly known and described as Lots '.i to 16 inclusive of lot
| 12, Suburban Block 13, Xew Westminster City.
You and each of you are required to
contest the claim of the tax purchaser
wilhin  forty-five days  from the date
, o* the first publication of this notice,
otherwise I shall register John W.
Burr, as owner thereof iu fee. And
l further order that publication of this
notice for one month In a daily newspaper published at Xew Westminster
will   be   good    and   sufficient   service
' thereof.
DATED at the Laud Registry Office.
New Wesl minster, Province of British Columbia,1 this 28th day of December, A.D. 1906.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Flora V. iiummill.
All persons served with this n dice,
of this   notice   for   thirty   days in   a' Barrow���Wilson.    That  the    petition I with under one of the following plans.
daily newspaper published    at    New I of H- E. Walker be received and laid!     (i) At least six months' residence
Westminster will   be  good   and  suffl-  over until tour of inspection.   Carried.   uPon  a"d cultivation  of the land in
cient service thereof.
won  .,   ......       ... each year for three years.
William Barrett and others, request- (/If the father (0r mother, if the
DATED at the Land Registry Office   ing powder to remove log jam.   Evans ^ ,, deceased) of the homesteader
-Barrow.    That   the  petition of Wil- resides   upon  a  farm  in   the  vicinity
Ham   Barrett   lie
Xew Westminster, Province'"of British Columbia this 1st day of February,  A.D.   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District   Registrar.
To Henry Ellioit, Esq.
All persons served with this notice, |
and those claiming through or under j
them,   and   all   persons   claiming any
petition of Wil-
received  und   filed. | of the land entered for the require-
Carried. tnents as to residence may be satisfied
Evans���Barrow.     That    Pathmasler   ��y such pe<"s��n residing with the fa-
Barrett be granted 8 boxes of powder  th" or tnother-      ,
to protect road.    Carried. <?) �� the settler has h.s permanent
residence  upon   tarming  land  owned
Ashwell���Barrow.    That   the   reeve  by him in the vicinity of his home-
and    clerk    be    authorized    to    sign   stead, the requirements as to residence
cheque  for amouni  of H. Jesperson's   may   be   satisfied   by  residence   upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the CommissioniT of Dominion Lands at Ottawa oi intention
. interest  in the said land bv virtue of   .
,    ,,   loan when required.   Carried,
any  unregistered  instrument, and all
1 persons  claiming anv   interest   in the       Wilson-Barrow.     That     the   reeve
said land by descent, whose title ls[Bnd clerk be authorized to sign cheque
', nol registered under the provisions of; lor H- M' s��'"!''* wages voucher when
i the   "Laud    Registry   Act,"   shall   lie
NEW   WESTMINSTfcK   BKANCH
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up CapiL;!, $10,000,000.
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E. WALKER, General Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
F. B. LYLE, Manager. "", those clalmin
  | them, and  all   persons claiming any
Interest In the said land by virtue oi
any unregistered Instrument, nnd all
persons  claiming any  Interest in the
   said land   by  descent, whose  title  i;
1 """ ��� uol   registered   under  the   provisions
of the "Lan 1  Registry  Act," shall be
Reserve Fund, $5,000,000   fcrever estopped  and debarred   from
setting up any claim to or in respeel
of the said lan I so sold tor taxes as
provided   for   by the  "Land   Regi try
forever  estopped   and   debarred   from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said  hind  so sold  for taxes as
through or under   l)rovided by the "Land Registry Act."
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputv Minister of the Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
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BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS.
Designs    fir    New   Departmental   and
Justice Buildings. Ottawa.
report and petition received. Carried.
Wilson���Ashwell. That the Wide
Tire Acl be enforced, and that notices
be posted throughout the township.
Carried.
Wilson���Jackson. That the resolutions adopted b; this council re amendments   to   the  -Municipal     Clauses
IacI be forwarded to the secretary of Ac rebuill at once. Plans have already
the Union of British Columbia muni- been drawn for the new structure,
rip;,liii.s t.. be placed before the lo-l which will be much larger than that
cai legislature,   Carrie I. destroyed.     The   old    building    was
,. i . ,  ! enuinned for a casting of about eight
Che finance committee recommend-  b1iuippcu =
tons,while the new building and plant
shipyards    at    Esquimau,    destroye
during the fire on Saturday night, will
LAND REGISTRY ACT
EXTENSION    OF    TIME.
o,| the following accounts for pay-
men: : (I. A. Calblck, $60.00; W. T.
: Jackman, $72.75; S. D, Trethewey,
$! .00; ll. \. Smith, $357.00; J Pelly,
;. O.i 0;  total $548.75,
A GENERAL  BANKING   BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers for   their banking  business.    Sales   Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKING   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may  be made or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town  accounts   receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
riy
feel   of Lol   3   aud
���1.   Block  "
Bank of Montreal
ESTABI ISIIED 181Y.
Incorporated
act   or   parliament
CAPITAL  (ALL paid  up)   	
RESERVE FUND 	
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona an d   Mount   Royal,    G.   C.   M.
G  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clouston Vice President  and   General  Manager.
$14,000,110')
$10,000,000
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Westerly   11   feet  of   Lot
New Westminster City.
A c< 'tiflcate of Indefeasible Title
to the above property will be Issued
tc, William Campbell, Matilda Campbell aud Elizabeth Campbell on the
1st day of February, 1007, unless in
1 the meantime a valid objection thereto be ma le to me in writing b.\ a person or persons claiming an estate or
interest  therein, or in any par:  t-here-
i of.
('. S. KEITH.
Distrii t Registrar of Titles.
Land Reglstrj  Office,
New Westminster, B, '.'.. December
24, 1906,
The   person   or  persons   having  in
tneir  custody  or possession   the fol-j
lowing Title Deeds relating to the said
I roperty are requested to deliver the
3ame to  the  undersigned.
October   IT,   1889,   Augustus   Lund-
:,;  to  Donald McGlllivray,  Convey-
���.,,.,, |n fee of pari of Lots 3 and I.
March 2, 1SS3, Peter Monetta t i Au-
Tl:*-. time for i Iving competitive
ilgns for i he propose I new Depart-
| men,, '  ar ', Justice   Bull lings   al   6t-
'��� j lawa.   is   hereby extei di i from  April
! r. to July :. 1907.
Bj  or le   .
FRED. GELINAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works.
Ottawa, January 21, 1907.
Newspapers will nol be paid for this
advertisement if they Inserl it without  authority from the pepartment,
Tc Rebuild  Foundry.
Victoria, Feb. 7.���The    foundry    at
the   British.  Columbia   Marine   railway
which are to replace lhal losl in the
lire of Saturday, will have capacity
for eastings weighing aboui fifteen
Ions. Work on the new foundry will
11 commenced at once. Plant b ia
i een ordered to replace the lost ap; 11-
ance, and it is expected the toun I -y
will be running again within tare ���
weeks.
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General banking business transacted.
Brunches ln all the principal citi es in Canada, in  London, Eng., New
1 .    .    n nBrt, of the    etistus Lundbom, Conveyance ot  part
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., and correspondents in all parts or gtistm   j
world. STER,  McLELLAN & SAVAGE, j
SAVINGS   BANK    DEARTMENT  ^ st. w, vancouvefb^
^W WESTMINSTER  BR/ NCH G. D. BRYMNER, Asent.
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
336 Hastings St. W, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-rive   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. I. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
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famous for its durable, well
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Do you know "PROGRESS
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Look for the label that
typifies progress.
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Special Blend at Special Price
Clearing  out for   stocktaking
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Public Supply Mores     proP.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter intended for this ���olumn should he addressed, "Social Editor, Unity News, I*. O.
Beix 402, New Westminster."
BURNABY
8 acres on Murchie Road; good location.   $800.
4 acres on Murchie Road.   $400.
WE WILL GIVE EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD TERMS ON THE ABOVE.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
TOILET
SoapS
Prices
25c per doz.
to $ 1 a cake
EYES   TESTED    FREE
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
Color of the Bride's Gown.
It is interesting in note that the
choice df white for wedding dresses
is comparatively n modern fashion.
The Roman brides wore yellow, and
in the most eastern countries pink
is the bridal color. I hiring the middle ages the renaissance brides wore
crimson, and most of our Plantage-
net and Tudor queens were married
in this vivid hue, which is stiil popular in parts of Brittany, where the
bride is usually dressed in crimson
brocade. It was Mary Stuart who
first changed the color of bridal garments. At her marriage with Francis II. of France in 1553���which
took place not before the altar, but
before the great doors of Notre
Dame���she was gowned in white
brocade, with a train of pale blue
Persian velvet six yards in length.
This innovation caused quite a stir
in the fashionable world at that
time. It was not, however, till quite
the end of the seventeenth century
that pure white, tbe color hitherto
worn by royal French widows, became popular for bridal garments
in England.���Church Eclectic.
.1.  Magden,   who  has   been  a   resident   ol   thi.s  city   for  a considerable |
lfiigtb of lime, led yesterday on a V*s-
it to his home at Liverpool, Kngland.
1'. .lames, a well Known resident of '
Tacoma, has purchased a ranch on the
Poart   Moody   road.     He   will  put   a
man on ihe ranch to nm ami Improve
it. ���,    .   ,
Miss   Cotton    left   yesterday    for
,   Greenwood, where she will visit  -Mrs.
X. F. Kendall.
The engagement  is announced    of
i   .Miss Elsie McCowan to \V. G. McQtiar-
| rtit,  of  the   firm  Of Martin, Wear:   <Si
McQuarrie,  barristers,
Miss Violet Ladner is spending the
1   weekend with Mrs. T, .). Armstrong.
Mis.. McGowan gave a Valentine
card party yesterday afternoon. The
. game played was Hearts, ami each
guest contributed two valentines for
the itusjiiial Fete, The first prize
was wim by Miss Lewis and the. booby
l j Miss Freese while Miss Weeks was
awarded the "Black Maria" prize.
Among those present were Mrs. Lyle,
.Mrs. Ahearn, Mrs. Lyle (Vancouver),
Miss Pittendrigh, Miss Fletcher, Miss!
Cassidy (Vancouver), Miss Gifford,
Miss Briggs, Miss Leamy, .Miss Mc-
Dride, Miss Peele, Miss Johnston,
Miss Harvey, Miss Alma Corbould,
Miss Grace Corbould, Miss Vera Corhould and Miss Hannington.
A  most   enjoyable   time was   spent ,
ai   the   Windsor   hotel   last   evening,
when Mr, Campf save a social party
t ) a few of his friends.     .Music was j
supplied by Dyke,    Evans    &    Calla I
Shan's high  class gramophones,   presided   over  by    E.    K.    Mills.     The
i guests  were greatly  pleased with  the
choice selections rendered.
Th ladies of the Hospital Auxiliary
I are working hard for the fete which
, la to be held in St. Patrisk's hall next
| Monday and Tuesday, and which is
| sure to be a brilliant success.
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Thomas   ..oldie  is  now  lying  in a
I critical condition at the Royal Colum-
j bian  hospital.     Dr.  Hall,  who is  attending the patient, called Dr. Ernest
Hall,  of Vancouver, into a  consultation yesterday afternoon.    They con-
. sider the case to be very serious.
H. L. Edmonds, who has been under
treatment  in the St. Mary's hospital
���' fei  some time, is now reported to be
i well on the road to recovery.
ASBESTOS
FR,D*Y, FEB.,
\LADIES' NEW
A HOT IRON
A Cold Handle
See that Hood?
It is lined with Asbestos,
prevents radiation of heat.
The handle is attached to
the hood, ami thus kept
coo!.
THE CORE IS SOLID.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
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Watch for further particulars
W. S. Collister & Co.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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Just   In
Net Too Good For the General.
It is related of Genera] Sterling
Price that lie once stopped at a
humble cabin in Missouri and asked
for supper. The pood wife of the
house was thrown into a flutter of
excitement over entertaining her
distinguished guest and profuse
with apologies for the not very
tempting menu, consisting of corn
dodgers, boiled collaxds and wheat
coffee sweetened with sorghum. The
l>un_.r;.- officer ate heartily of the
coarse food, hut not r< lishing the
over sweet coffee passed his cup,
say inf.:
quite   so   much   molasses,
. Real Estate Prices.
I To the Editor of the Daily News:
Sir,���Through the columns of your
paper  I   beg to  draw  attention  to a
peculiar state of affairs at present existing in  this city,   viz;     A  strange!
I arrives In New Westminster, wishes
to buy a piece of property, spends
a week or thereabouts looking for a
I desirable   place,   Interviews   agents,
, gets  prices.etc., etc.. then  finally de-
HENS LAY
mmmr���mmammm mmmmmmmm
while EggS are High
BY USING
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Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
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DRUG STORE
The Schaake Machine WoiV
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
w
Ellard Block.
New Westminster
"Not
AT
& AUNE'S;
LOIS WANTED!
- IN -
New     Westminster
please.
"The idee!" gasped the loyal
hostess. "Catch me skimpin' your;
Mvcel. iiin*!" as she tilted the molasses jug upward while amber ropes
of Weetenin' ove rflowed cup and
saucer and thr< ati n< '������ di aster to j
the spot less homespun cloth.
"Why (enthusiastii alh I. thai coffee would be none too goe I for ("Jen-;
era!  Price if 'twas nil molasses!"���;
Memolris New_s-Scimitcr.
The Scholar.
Address offers���from owners only-stating price, etc.,
Box 7, Daily News Office,
New Westminster.
PORT   MOODY
REAL   ESTATE
Wanted fo Purchase
Lots in Port Moody
Address offers���from owners only-
stating price, etc.
Box 7, Daily News Office,
New Westminster,
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FARMERS!
%e Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE MIGHESTJ
PRBCE   EOR    HIDES.
He Isn i what you would i all bright,
And yet he Isn i slow.
For lie can add up one nnd eme
Ami make it two, you know,
His spelling, too, is rather good,
He'll spell li. e, e, bee,
But "honey" Is too touch for him;
He's still qiilic young, you Bee.
He started with the little ones,
The kindergarten bears,
But thon he got mi quickly on
They soon moved him upstairs,
And there he sits and learns and growls;
UIh brows are knit with care,
Hut I feel sure he will get on,
He's, such a plodding bearl
First American Iron.
The first iron to be found in
America was discovered in North
Carolina in the year 158S. The
first attempt at its manufacture wm
in Virginia in J tilt).
WE wish to emphasize
is this���Money can seldom be put to work- in
such Good Real Estate
as that which, we are
at present offering.
See us and get our
timely tips on some
good bargains.
HERE IS ONE   *
Modern, 7-roomed House
on Third Stree!, below Third
Avenue. Grates, electric light
and sewerage. Price $2,500.
Good terms.
Westminster
Transfer Co,
Office���Tram Depot
'iffice 'Phone 1S.S.      Harn 'faone 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to any
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
cide_ on the place he wishes to pur- j
i base and offers the price asked; then
in is coolly informed that the property |
; . eithi r ������! hdraw n fr im thi   markel i
M' the prici        eriall    m rease I, and ;
as, he has set til ��� mi id on that parti- j
cular piece, he goe s aw ty disgusted,
A   dissatisfied   ��� istomi r       I lom    re
tin ns, and property   owni s    Bh mid '
I ear thi  in mind. M. A. '/..
E endeavor to give satisfaction
to our customers; we think \
have, as our business has grow.
rapidly during the past year,]
If you are not dealing with
us, we would be pleased to have'
you give us a trial.
The CITY GROCERY
ADAMS & DEANS
>.:o::<<*.>::cco>..o:.o.:c<o^
ft  -I
j��< Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
i��! actual cost without reserve.   First come, first served. We
jj�� need the cash and you want the goods.^ThisJis B  chain"
of a lifetime.
INSURANCE
LOANS
REAL
ESTATE-
Visccunt GoGct-.en Dead.
��� 'ii    n.  Feb. 7.    The Right   Honor-
���      i 'i i.. ���    '��� ichim  Goschen  i Vis-
!       en),    lied  suddenly   tins
in .ruin-,    at    his    residence, Seacox
I ��� a h    Hi     . mrst,    of heart   failuri. i
I lis death was quite nnexpi cted.
.'isce hi, Goschen, who was born In
i : '. ha l . distinguished public car-
' r. His achievemi nts In the department of finance, In Lord Salisbury's
. ci j ii -i administration, was aduiow-
le Iged by friencl and foe alike to be
exceedingly creditable, though he was
necessarily overshadowed in his position of Chancellor of the Exchequer,
by the brilia.ii achievements of Gladstone in ihe' same sphere, Later, he
v,as appointed First Lord of the Ad-
im'ralty, in which capacity he served
iii- country for live years.
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W. E. FALES,
,\ 716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.    Rear Extension, Fronl ! treet, %
til
Moving Pictures Tonight.
An attempt was made tn exhibit
these pictures in Paris and Berlin,
imi after the first night, the Secret
Service departmenl of the Czar had
the entertainmenl  cancelled.
The performance In Slew York was
therefore the tirst and since then all
i lie way across the continent audienc-
'    appeared to be geartly Interested
;.ne| New Westminster is assured of
0 ���'���"'"|. attraction tonight? and a good
liouse should' '.e a certainty. I
THE FAMOUS
fmkrt
Rapid, Easy Grinders j
i
i
Three sizesr--8,10 and
12-inch plates. Also
bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutter?.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
%���� i , maU
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