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 \Books Going Fast
Page 2
VOLUME 2, NUMBER 7
NKW   WESTMINST
.. i
I I
DAY  MORNTN(L
90
10 CENTS PEI. W IKK
Trade Headquarters
ABOUT SUNDAY LAW
THOUSAND
IS THE TIRST GUT
(NDENSED   MILK    MANUFACTUR-   UNKNOWN       PHILANTHROPIST
_RS   WANT    DEFINITE    UNDER- MAY     MAKE     FURTHER     DONA-
STANDING   BEFORE   LOCATING. TIONS  TO   UNIVERSITY.
ENSE DOCK WILL     grading or STREETS   REVISION Will be
CAUSES DISCUSSION       MADE NEXT YEAR
BE BUILT BY HILL
MAYOR    KEARY    AND    ALD.   JOHN-   SHERIFF    ARMSTRONG    WITH
STON     GO     FULLY     INTO     THE DRAWS    PROTEST    ON    ASSESS
MATTER���COMMUNICATIONS MINT    CHANGE   PROMISED
like 1
ervanci
Wesi ininsti   .   wi
the ni ������
i.m. .      �� i il I   Inti rfi . ������   wil li
isiness.    In  thi   inanufae lire <���'
��� nsi.. milk, ���' is a        mi   ni   ���
. that ive I ������   ��� rm tie . to work on
m s, as ' the rw Ise  v. e  would iose
��� ���  quantities  of  milk.    Ki'inily ad-
S .. b   u,i -  .!:.   tenor of a   lettei   re
el   vi sti : di 5     by    Mayor     Keary
pm the  li: in of   lb ndricks  brothers,
bi  li nsei
^^^^    mill;     manufacturers, who
.���   been for some time making prorations  for the establishment  of a
B<; m> in this citj.   Thi   [dans of the
B     were published in the News aboul
;  ago, when  it   was announced
Til!; - ���     -I elei ���������; . Lli' ��� -   bad
vf_M- ' ���  ; ' "i;:' ii ���    '.'-   ' !i'   furnish- ;
Eti>i-   "'   tl,.      i  .���'   :'. ii.i   hi i e'ssarj   for
. _h��    ���    in vi a.     "I"?_�����   a: ,.ni_i'iiient_   arc
_���.    aboul  completed,  and  the build-
_g oi tin' factory will ho commenced
"flu rtly.
Wii li ri-tv ii in i' to the Inquiry con-
[cerning Sunday work Mayor Keary
���eplb-d that thi' work in which the
IW' i'-'.' v , mu :i; ,,m Agency,
Bi< trade name under which the Hen-
licks brothers will operate lure.
|i I ci-i.i. under the head of works
��� e ssity, and would not be prohlb-
<'ii S inda - i iii- Information
wired to fhe Seattle represent*-
��� of the firm yesterdaj afternoon.
the mayor's ai tion was ratified
e me- 'in- ol the citj council lasl
��� ning.
n1 rs      to a   belief which obtains
lenci    ���;  -    quarters, Hendr'ieJcs
-m    no   purchase the' factory
some years ago by J. lt. Payne,
���- 11   build   an   entirely   new  anel
data     ant, \\ hich will rank �� Ith
hesl   opei  ted   on   Ih    con   nei
I     jive en Mine menl  to a large num-
:   ; eople.
CLERKS ORGANIZE.
Atte-id   Meeting    Held   fct    Purpose   ot   Forming   Association.
��� n< wesi   lal or   organization   in
'\   v>      formally   launched   last
oul   lift ���   clerks as
m oard  of 1 rade  roon
nf forniin    I bent sei ve
n the  aims an !
h will be the bettermeni
[ion,  an I the obi ���'������ n
��� -  which : In     ie ivi
���       ii .   long time past.   .1
��� ���    m        eoted   prof Menl   of   he
B own was eleel< I
! . -    B.  C.   E,   K    Is  not    Iii   part;
i ,,      i offered to give   $UKi,i Oil     e
e la   Provincial univi ling .1! j
i i-   .   ial lished   ��� >n   I he i < -.
'"   -"nt]> l,a��8-|twee'n New  Westminstei  and   V n<   .j
Lor .   Sl  ma,   high   comn  - . ?
ol  C a, ;.   no    .-��� pin ai Ing   i
��� l.at amouni  of coin in  the  inti i   m-
:m. ier ed   'ai ion,
Thi   name   ol   I he   gi norou    pi i ��� :
.   -  list   Is  noi Andrew Carm s h
Mi . > ��� Ki ai y, the man who km �� -
the authority for the' three a ovi
���' : ' nn uts. lb' made them to a
Ni ws man ��� ��� sti rday when again ques
; ioued ci ;. ernlng the nr.me oi tin
'ie nor of the handsome gifi piomised
mi lee univei sity. He answi ; - d .in thi
| negative when questioned as to whe-
thei any of these three were tiie' parties conci mi I. Bul w hen aske I the
direel question: ' \\ ho is the' m in?'
Mayor Keary only smiled an inscrutable smile.
"Whoever fold y m the gift wm in
tin nature of a ten war annul! ��� i
���; 10,000 | u j .ai mi ��� be righl lacl ,"
he H mai keel, "bul the suggi stion
that the money comes from the B. C.
!���'. li is nol correct. The company
e oul ! not make such a gift, oven if
the* directors desired it. Their i on-
- titutii n would not allow them I i devote money to such u purpose."
Will   there   be   anj   more  gifts   ol
bl    aatarv coming this �� aj '." inq iii
ed thi   ���'   ������'..
I believe ��� i," ne] lied thi m n svbo
knows, "I am loader the' Impressl in
���that this is only the beginning d!
.-���cries e>r gifts ,h.ai this gentlemai Intends to make. I le has ni v< i Ve
fo " ������ ven du -��� ��� .���   foi  educational pui
N. R, Steamers Plying From Seattle
to Skagway Will in Future Make
c_? ���
Their Heme in New Westminster
--Improvements Will Cost $200,000
^^������������������������������������������������������������������������������. ���������������������������������������������������������->���
��� *
Four Forcible Facts
Immense steamers will  ply between this city ���
��� and Alaskan ports. ���
��� The estimated cost of the wharf and other im- ���
��� provements exceed $200,000. t
��� The monthly payroll of the G. X. R. Co. will run ���
$ into thousands of dollars. J
X        Work will be commenced this summer. t
t t
���������������������������������*��������������������**������**.�����������������������������������������������������������������������������
The 11.  N.   R.   fie. :  ol  steamers al
e ��� ��� ��� ; lying bel w ei n Seal tie and
\ s mi ports will in future doi I an I
make their headquarters in New West
Couui        eet in
\\ i1 ie   : i.,
tion il debate     i ' ��� ��� ���
His  Wot   '      an I   Vide   mun  John
uhii;     e       , on Mi, i, ;   ,i .���!!
methods   of  i  oci    in
a
I re v
...   0
loll   In   11)
on Sixth ei    at tin
of thi   cu ��� '   revi don   -
even ���     an  undi
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ ba i   .
iinthiii.   ul    ��� -      Inte n sl   lo di   plao    . I    v ould   u i ee  moi    n
i    i . ���      if tin   iiniiiii.' commiitee,
in w hich was i mbodied a i 'solui lon
.ill i a ii< ��� wl ihing luis mbdh i'i
i d shoul ! lirsl rough grade i ne
streets, bi ougl I on the dlscusi ion
Alderman lohnston wished to know
If i in' iniiii. II coifld comp l pai i '
" ishlng m. hine lots subdivided, I
rough  ki. 'I"   lhi    streets     'I he'  ma
lied tin ��� . '��� iie ii could nol c I
mi ; Iheni In I h's mattei. bill lhe citj
i ould refuse to si n the plans for the
��� ubdh iiiiiii- tint il such time as the
��� .e.i.n was pei foi nee,i He did nol
e i usldi - Ihnl : peculatoi s. who were
In   a   greal    in.my   cases   ila
ll, ' re\ Ising ol  I In
i   1 nexl year,    Th
h Imi li    is    i omi
Of       tile'
mon Ij   agreed
thc
. as
nl iie' asses - nenl
com I of rei
ed   eet    the    ment-
citj    council,     eti.iiii
io   this   prcfposal   and
proti si   iiMaiii1-!    ihe assi ismi 11
accordingly dropped.
in speaking n ;ainsl  the pi esen    is
ni ni   of  his pi"i"'1'v ���   v''     v m
Btroi . i ������ mn ked thai it  would nol  be
��� ie    n assess the  i osl   of   the  Sixth
s reel   sewet   on the  residents   iloni
thai   streel   al   the present   rati      It
would nol  h_ em a  fair and ' qui! able
basis,   ami   this   was   ibe   reason   for
'lln    produc<    will     e       i :' '   d   ���   I
from  (he ears ���      hi       at, and 1 he i
��� ;      em    ��� ��� vi:m hand! -
Th' m ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
tnrii   te    will bi    "ien   who  wee. haul  workers and   i
wishing tin' subdividing nnd grading
!oni ai ihe idiy's expeni e, were' entitled to use t he citj as a men ns of
Improving property for the speculator's benefit,
VIderman    Johnston    i 'plied    lhal
��� . mm irs   were  nol   the i nl,\    ones
buying  prom rty, nnd  wishing
I reel b   laid   out,   there'     were
l';"'""  hi    objection, as  he  contended   thai
il   \   i:   in  New   Wi   tmli will bi    men   who   sven   nard  wi rs and   bj   fol     This was seconded bv   M
ln   ���;"'"1 hl ':'"":' '" accommodate    ���   ,   ., ; ;i h..���,,��� ,,   ,,���      ,���nl   , ,,.,,������.,  had managed to , n    ,u,n   ,������, unflnimoua]j carrled
. . ��� ���    ���  !: SI "-....    11 l.l'k.   sill I    |i ��� it   ',  , ,,;|    ,,.'1 ;,,,,,;,,.,,. 1,,.,,..    ;.,   -.;,,!!., , -^  '   .   j..,    . nillll    hollllllDH      tt-llll     Iho      liree
'   inimenst
ng
e 3es, althe hi
Wl
known as n   uhkw ..     to  ovej   $_u.0(M).    Worl
Phllanthropisi  in otlrer directions. I!    he start.-i toward
ls ;!  '" '������-  *' ���-'���������'>��� man, bul his  nam" ���:.���   . : the su_ui	
'   '      :i"' rtj   :.. diva!. ,������ m    he       ; ' ���    ibove.li    In   is Pew words
'  " ': " " ...   ihe   m" iinounc n "i
' '     ( ''        '  m wer  lo  fu   hi i   ... i -   : [I I,  . i.   Idi u   i     the o.
li 1     hi    :. portei   to   Infi ��� ���    R��� Intende I to make pul      on 1: ���
':"    man   with   much   mon< y   lo . m ol  his visft hen    n   he ������<-
'���''���'  '  ���'��� ' Imril ib'le Institutions Is an      i ire,   whi a   he   i 111  conn
inran,   wen   known   fhroughom -i. if,   tl     r_       u  ang n
tin  world for his vast wealth and gen tion   with   this   gignntii
boats, a dock. S00 feel I ,,,;, w u , ������ Into   . ,,,:    -      , -   i,,liars
he'. month.     In    ad 111 ion    I o    the
an liner of li ngShoremen   Which
' _   ��� mpl ' ��� '     '   l ie      harf,  all
he sailo     i mployed on the boats will
In   ��� ..iel in this city.    Whal t'i    mean
tu thi    111 i chants of New  iV'i   I     11   i
 lly  underste  i
'I ':���     ��� mnvln    lhi    ' '       ���   ' i.i I"
-M  ."I'll-    liaH    "" '    '11      Ml; min
���1 "    "��� ���  loni ���' ������    h    '   11    'I I -
���   1 '.. i    too long Ui  I'- 1 rofltable, ii i
11   ������'.,: !.��������� If  takei   ovei   i    ne m  ���
Ing   '     '.:    1.  oui     nd hi    lo   ���
ied ti"'' h again     I
the fl   N, R. authorll I' 'en 'lis
lh  thi       I    1' '������  let ininiiB
,.���     ��� . ...  been sei    ng   i  hetlei   loca
and   ' ���i en I   i      : .   feel   Into
���   . w:'.  im bul '    a 1 in   vi uti    fronl
cts  :< isi i  an I hi Id    .   thw   U.  N   R.
conipaa_    on  a   4i.   year  lease   on   Ihe
��� -  |_ rn  N'i >���.  Wi -:minsti r brl  gi
The   '      :���:.'���:   1 osl   Of   I'."   docks   an.1
otb.r   necessary     Improvements
will
111
hi would be paying an unjusl assesVi-
meni   foi   the nexl  fifteen  of twenty
m ars. and he wished to see the ���   il
ter pul  righl  before the first  assi
menl i ome due
\llee   ihe cour'  nf revision  had  listened to the sheriff's arguments,   \bi
Jardine made a motion Hon the ��� oun
e'ii would agree to the revision asked,
for.    This was seconded by All John-
���__________��� ________________________________________���   T1"'
������' '     m      : ,|"l:     wlUl  ""'   vlew  couri of rnvisim, then adjourned   tine
"" building homes for themselves, and   ,ij^
��� ' lhi  mefths and f_eil1 j ,	
have
11  n.\
��� ������ . is disposition,    llis nami
Only Mayer Keary and another man
in thi.- city know it. and both
maining silenl on the see |i cl
FROZEN   STIFF   FOR   MONTHS.
BethUA.  Farmer   Found   Dead   in   Hi3
Shack���eMenister Made   Discovery
here   lo
���1   I'M.
 ^^^^^^^^^      'Sl I ' "
. hii a   mi uns   more  to  the   ful un   ol
'.'-. est mil    er 1 han can be realized
tout 1   ;"ini eons! leratltm.     It has       |  	
'������ 11   Iim w n   for s ":i"  1 Me"-  ��� ha,      ���    | ;.,
f!   N. R. hai   ;������ "ie ee nsl li ring the    id       ���; _,    Bdvantag.    ol   liavini
��� f making ice     h '���    , , .     | ...,-..,
I'lan       In Ll I   i nml In and   ��� the O   N. R '��� f|is h?is
have had a  proposal  to establish I'-f    .,.,.,   one   nf   the   strongest
th     oi   gel ling   in and   oul   of  their
places, .hi I la' did nut consider it fair
Mini  ' hi .    hould I e es peeled lo stun.I
the tytpense of grading the roads.
The   Mn ited   thai   the pro\ Is
���   v mplj   n gnrdlng the spec iia
'   side  of  th    question,  an I   while
ha   ' i nsldi red thai II was quite within
tle   fiii li i. i Mon  of the  i mini il  to  n
[,ian   Hiibmitte I   b
im' '   Individuals for the purpose of
subdividing  and   grading  streets,   yei
peal Ing ro    him lelf, and  he p, e mm
���     ������ ��� m ii      ni' I lie ��� mi nr il.
tm  obstacle  would  be  thrown lu  thi
 i " ii    en    in1
I   ,   ...   ,.1M   ,.,  |, .   hi ve   both   ''   '���   ol   the   I "ire   fide  hom<   buiidi i
'   e. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
I i en ��� In  M,; ; ��� ���'. bul   if11 ���  ������    eful con
Idernilon, New Wei  min lei li       ������������ n
i h -M i   ..    ih<    be I     i ���  fri    estab-
hi adqunrti        I ni w
Hill   Is   Coming.
Mayoi   Ki ai y,  in  a shoi t   coi .      i
tlon yesli rdaj   i eg irdlng the pi op   ie I
i;   N.   ii.   terminus   for   the   N     < in
t"ii.|i'   Btated   thai   nothing   coul I   !"'
more probable ihan (inn the i
had these plans In view for sonn   I
pnst.    I te had had ~e.\ ei al cable? i uns
the  l isi   :�� enl j four houi    oq
the   subje< t,   and   had   recelvi il    <->���;  [
fu.in the pre_ldettt of the i"...i. Louis
\V,   Hill,   leiiiiniiiii iiii'.   ___   Inti 'i I
i   ���   him   'liis  Worahlp),   thou
did im' in fhe letter state the i ���
���I;.' prgngt; d visit.
immlttoi
cl     en froi
"���  ��� ire   of thp city,
��� ;  " ���  .   mi !i .". ia       rep
f each n ���   flerenl
m the execn Ivr
���e i,    .   .        ..     i .,.
���   ��� i, ��� |
'   ma  i       eet of the - - socintion
nhl    ��� m    holidn     a weel
ecu     the closing of all
'   nine   o'clock   on .Saturday
ii ��� i    minor    grlevam es
.���  future meetings
ci tlon.
!1< Mil Say. ..      April      1 "..-    \ le.
:< ' iouI i'ii" mile 11 in
bus  been  foun I  di ad  In
.    Mr. Tomllnson, n
���a    iim    n
' ed  lo  hnve lefi
������       . ;   ..
��� ���  i i .    . .
i the old '������ ' mi
at h        -m in
.   a -I lincl    nd was tin
deal       Tl i izi n
i    I        ��� ���     ned there, it ii
���
���    '. ll ;   I ��� .. ,n ,. :   i ien-.|.|i'i
ome   line   u ite bul  the pn t. rmlne oh  New  Westminster ns the
��� ������;       i'. me   m    :���      nh li    todn     fn ,.   ���,,,..     The   llsi
.    w   '��� ��� . n   a   .i    nrprisi ...,������      hai ior,  comp
not in a' .��� j-. ..       iv. u i nown  I     i        Ipplng
"-"   mi ,.- i   wil!'   ��� he   pi         md   pi ���
ai  he  would  assisl  him  In any  way-
thai   wai   in   their  power.      Uderman Referred to    he nnJ*"06
Henle .   In   speaking  on   the  matter, "!'''''   ' i"1"'
stated I ���    considere I   thai     all      ���'��� VV' ''   '���'"',' l''i'" Bl i!- "'
I     hould   im  (he  full   sixty   feel ' '  ;,;""  Bhade   trees  i;l   ;'""'
wide, a    nan iw  streel    wi re  no ad " 3) '' ""   ""   plrs{   stree1   ;"ui   ;;'
vantage lo the city.    Insurance rati avenue. Granted  under the usual
wen   IM'.-!" '      nd   i on dderable   dilli
.,,!...     - :                cause,   to   leamstc      am
.  imlneed ^>^>^>_>_>_>__>_________>l "���ll]" '"
Villi ton    ��� ���        ived    I hut
In     wanted to stnfl  a discus
-. in i   his remai i
'   iiu.  ie |1   mn
ie t.irep month thi     ���  .
. mai on 1o        ofl i
thc mii,  ny o     I     m    \'   R
H ������ i   ��� iiim
nn n,   lhi     iction   ol
��� i
.���el ol   ���'��� els,
In addition   lo tl
,. i  .,,,.,
. '   'ban   :
I '��� note
��� I
!
Tatlow  Didn't  Know.
lohn    diver,   VI.P.P   for Delta, al  a
��� 'mi ��� ��� the leg - lata   ���, call-
al    ition to a -"in leman In I he sei
vici e G    ���   i.iiietit office ai New
.Vi   I    Inster,     iie' said this man. .1. .1
Johnston,  line]   heen   promise I   promotion b;   the finance mini itei ami time
���'        '' ������'" '''���'������  '���'-���J   !"  ' ���    time others had  been appointed
' 'i:   : '������ v""' '"ver em Sun-  ,,,,..  , j   head until al lasl he had re
'  m!'!-' this  y   ....,,,, | ,   ||   ..,..   :... | the countrj had
' "��� ���' Special car leaving Vancou-   ,, .,  lhl,   ,     |Ce ,,   one ,��� ��� .,.    ,. . ,.;
,:   Lwo   "'"|m''' ���  -" I   H'"' "ng  ������', uervants II ever had.
the  Oddfellows'   cemetery,      !!()n.   Mr   Tatlow said   he  had  no
'   '!|" i,,;' :'"""'  will  take pi ce   ��� nowledi ' this whatever,
" I,  who was 66 years of
had  been suffering from cancer
���    ach   for  the    pas'    two
She   leavi -  three sons   and  liv"
'"  ,,;"' ���'��� -  to  mourn   ker
l,,n ' ' ' '       '    ". - ��� ���. msnij, comp-in    in*
nquiry  led to  the  d        i Steamship
"  ' i'-       : MM
''    ���' ' ' e this po
'    '      ' ring of the .|\ ��� ���       ...  ,  . ,., .     ,
Vs no eonl fportcd to hnvi ly ei
nn     pu i ' hi I h a view to
' '    ���'   "ow     reached
���        ' I ibllcntlbn ,            ���
ill   no  confli i iat] in of thl    hs      .en
- ������       HI h, on   i    alned
-    lion  wa
me    il ire linn      The  n
Rnanci    i mim tte<    n i
��� 'i ��� ' ..    i. |,i
���
VI'l'Ti .   Mn    i a. ,
hnd ren      led that
'I We
���    ��� ���        _ mills be de
i. hi       ���  . irnnmei
dltions *
G.       Newman   ipplying Mr a
o! 200  fe. i   of  Lulu  fslan I
ose  of  e onsl in I mim
i      .,, isels.     Re
erred ...        nmittee 1
pplyln        u        ���   .'
frontage
I. C. ��� :
i   ..   . hi   I
Ion <     ���    men        ' i
��� ,.   i Ing fin
^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i^i_________H r.cc .'
a
��� . ���
hie  |
i
��� ii.
|i 1.1 |   by  Ihe c i       n
io. e 'ii" Clee   e i an
neries, and  i i      " om   then   to
I. the      i Idge,       The
place is ine.\  used as i   ' inding
iVIchl a, Kan., April 1       V pair of I he  rt ������-.   .'. hi re   the
The    ollowin ���
ead    ��� .    ' and
i ell   traffle fi im  Ca ind
nnd the Unite ' st ites       ill po       n
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Alaskii: of Sea,11'    I
.   it.-     m ���-   Sydney, and the wafer  ,.,,,,, rilV| r_ertha, Portland, Farallon,
enough jo accommodate the | Jefferson,    Dolphin,    Dlrigo,     Santa
ordinarj   vessels, bul   In order to en-  r!;1,^ garatoga,   Victoria    Penn
;,M"  :!:"  larSesl   ''��� ���'     "  '':"   world   -,,;,, olympia,    Edith,    Northwestern,
lo berth there with perfect Bafety, the   y,|i;a,,.m ;in,]  Seward,
wharf will  be extended  45  feel  into1
wate- i-   deep
_pV'se |,oats will run via Vici.   .
...   Inch surgeon's scissors were taken enough to berth n Dreadnougbl    e Da-   Ketchlcan' Wrangel, Juneau, Douglaa
from the thigh of Mrs. W. it   White kota or a  Kalsei   Wllhelm                    '      ' Hfl3nes- Skagway, Sitka and Kil-
fleorge Kills, Vancouver;    Clarke '    ,,;,:        ��    'b "'"   ��t the Wichita On   this  dock,   there   will   be  con. Hsno0'Sewartl and way porta, Valdez,
"���  New vm            ....   ,,,,,���   j-  ���                      -          .      perated   on   foi ttructed  a  nnmher of spui lines aa-i''::'''"-    8eWnrd'    Ellaraar,     Seldovia,
nm;,.   four v.        igo,  md the scls- Bwlteh -.   for  the          .   ��� 0f  aecom-   N'""" :'n'' '''" vv:iy l"""''
sors v..             In  the   ibdominal ��� n odath      I e  r;V< which   will trans-      In ;",(,:"nn t0 "lis f,ePf of steamers
    '-  M-Kav. New
'mlnste      >r. . i; ,   !���,,.     "
'���'       "��� ni I Seattle;    Mrs
led   lane!
S.  Benson,  requesting
be  bell      ��� ilon .... .1.
enl  'i"      ���.. ' ... 1 ���    ,
��� ��� .i'.   ,1 rirred      the board        rorks to acl
I   M n      'hi   We, ....     ,,.,.
ilttee to n
1 '    '  ied  lhal " 1 ��� I
': a ' ''"-I ''���"��� ���' meeting of all      Request,  ,,,   , . -. .,.,.,, ���
DBe wh0   ""   Interested In -    irt B   iwn   to   lay   building   materia:   , ,
1   '"       ' 1 a   evening   al   a Fourth   "."ime'.     Granted   under
'mart, ' p   1   elgl the eUmmitti ��� U3iial conditions.
 ' '���'' " " ':' iu T. P  i��. lay buJldlng material
""   ' ���       ogether with    "  Ri   al avenue 1 _ Q_ \, ���
���   il "'h' 1  ��� atters, will be discus- usual conditions.
*''''��� A-   l-avery.   wishing   to   open  se
COMMUNICATIONS, on McKenzie .street    Referred   0 the
W. ���'���   Mathi  b,  requesting  nerrdla- board of works to report.
sion   lo   planl   shade lives in  front   of       W.  II.   West,   wishing   to   lay   buihl-
:ii-   residence on  Dufferln street, he- lng matejftlil on south side 6f Cornwall
tween    Columbia #and      Wellington, street   Referred to 'board of works to
Granted under the usual conditions, act.
.Market   report   receipts  tot  March.      II. ('. Webb, requesting that Webb
&1.5.55.    Received  and  filed, streei   in  r_ar  of  his  reside,,".,   be
Walter Cunningham, requesting thai tough graded.    Referred  to Board of
the la     n ' ii te Lacrosse team be al- works to report.
lowed   the use  of Queen's   Park   for:    Bishop  Donttawill, requesting that
ity,   Th"-. worked their way from Ivr   n0rf the produ hipped   0 and from                        sailing vessels will also,                                 -              ---,.,         -^  ^,,..0...,^  ,,liU
high, causing her e���-1 AJaaka .���<...���>��� The wharf will be' m��Sl  probab,y ro^.<e thelr h._adqu��                    ,;'      ���' 0 the park com- ra crossing be placed over sidewalk on
_>____...__, . .;,,      The !!sr-,,v-  large , have    ....   '   fr<n���_i IUra ;" x,''v ^s"nlnster, as it   wl], 1 mittiee to act. , lot four of lot seven auMivMed, along
-----                                               nave iwentj   freight | , .  Wr. Belyea.Royal City Transfer, re- (Sixth  street.   Referred   to   beam   of
���
��� [ the X-ray.
on 1    .1 - ne and the 1 me
em".
(Continue .!   on   Page   Four.}
���   e a  water lots Nob,  1  works to r_j^ort "' ������'"_J _1*'_*'V_ ������
THE   DAILY   XEWS.
TUESDAY.   Apr.
^
simmer'SALL-R_D ROUTE
SWEET PEA
SEEDS
MIXED and SEPARATE
Toronto Parks Lawn Grass
Bluegrass
White Clover
Flower Seeds
Vegeta ble"mSeeds
fresh |and Reliable
Spraying Materials
Grafting Wax, Etc.
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
NOW IN
COMMENCE
IN 1908
Vancouver, April 15.���Beginning
in xi year a direct line of e [even last
steamers will ply between Vancouver
and Greal Britain, via Australia and
New Zealand, completing another
"all-red" girdle about the' world. This
line will divert to Vancouver the Australasian freights, passengers, and
mails which formerly passed through
San Francisco. No announcement of
greater importance to Vancouver has '
been made since the C. P. R. contracted for the flrsl   Empresses.
Tevisa. Clarke, managing director of
the shipbuilding firm of .lame.-- Laing
,. Sons. Limited, Scotland, and John
lisplen. representing the English mall
Sj udlcate in Ausl ralia, arrived in
Vancouver from Australia on the
steamer Moana, and have been looking
around the citj Bince thai time cal-
i plating 'hi' dock ige anel other facll-
ii ies which w il! be required bj the
companj when the new Canadian-Aus-j
tralian "Overseas Mail" service com-
; mem es.
one of the features of t he service
is that a direct line' to Vancouver from
the Old Country by way of the' Suez
and Australia will lee furnished, This,
will lie a tri-weekly service, and will
require eleven steamers of ihe most
modern type to keep up the standard
required hy the Australian govern-'
ment, which is subsidizing th" line'
very heavilv.
1
The Daily News'offer of a book and the paper delivered at the house
for one year, for $3.00, is proving a great success. This offer of a
$1.50 book and the paper for $3.00 will not remain much longer, so
send in at once and secure your premium.
L'
h
LIST   OF   BOOKS
AT
airs
DRUG   STORE
Langley Items.
Langley,    April    15.���Thomas    Sin-.
���     �� ^    . ^_^   M ���9_r~"�� '"   J',"'t    Langley   ba.,    sold   his1
B"*^^  ^4���f  ^*fl   ��� I      Q_^     .: He in
Miss Maud Sincock went to Xew
Westminster from Langley, via the
^. S. Favorite, em Wednesday morning.
Mrs. Whyte, of Vancouver, is visiting ai   Mrs. Tillies.  Fori   Langley.
Rev.  ami   Mrs.   Thomas Oswald ���. n-
ii'itaineil ihi' young people of Langley j
Sunday  School a,   their home on   Friday evening.    A  large number turned
! ''it;  and spenl  an enjoyable ,ime.
John Latta has jusi completed build- j
ing   a   now   barn   on   the  Taylor and
Vanheen property
William Knox has started a logging
Ladies'Gold Watches  from  $12.75 up. | cram|)   ""  T'   Bennet's   farm   al   Glen
Valley   and is now  busily engaged  In
Abbe Constantin���Halevy.
Adam   Bede     Ge H ge   Eliot
Aesop's Fables���
Alhainbra     Irvin :.
Alice   in   Wonderland���Carroll
Andersen's Fairy Tales   -Andl rsen
Arabian   Nights   Entertainments���
Ardath���Corelli
Cast up by The Sea    Baker
Children  of Abbey -Roche
Child's  History of England-Dickens.
Data of Ethics���Spencer.
David  Copperfield���Dickens.
Deemster���('nine.
Deerslayer    Cooper
Descent of  Man���Darwin.
Dotnbey & Son���Dickens.
East Lynne���Wood.
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson.
Fifteen Decisive Battles���Creasy
First Violin���Pothergill.
Green Mountain Eoys���Thompson.
Grimm's   Fairy Tales ���
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels���Swift.
Guy Mannering    Scott.
Handy Andy    Lover,
Heir of Redclyffe���Yonge,
Henry  Esmond    Thackerj',
Heroes  and   Hero   Worship    Cai
i.i ������
Hiawatha   and   Evangeline     !..>ii-i
fellow
House of the Seven GaL-les    il iv,
thorne.
Hypatia -Kingsley.
It's Never too    Late    to    Mend���
Reade
John Halifax. Gentleman���Mulock
Kenilworth���Scott
Lamplighter���Cummins.
Last Days of Pompeii���Lytton.
Last of the   Mohicans    Cooper
Lorna  Doone��� Black more.
Lucile���Merldith
Middlemarch- -Liiot.
Mill  on the Floss    Eliot.
Mosses    From    an    OU    Manse���
I lawthorne.
Natural     Law     in     the     Spiritual
World   l li mini hi !.
Newcomes    Th li
Nicholas Nickelh>���U i   ens
Old Curiosity Shop���Dickens,
Oliver Twist���Dickens.
On the  Heights     \ Hi :   a
Origin  of  Species    i la, �� in
Our  Mutual   Friend���DlckellS
Pathfinder���Cooper,
Pilgrim's   Progress���Bull,   in,
Prairie���I looper.
Prince   cf   the   House   of   David ���
Ingraham,
Robinson   Crusoe    Defoe,
Rob  Roy Scott.
Romance of Two Worlds   -Corelli.
Romola    Eliot.
Scottish Chiefs���Porter.
Sign of the Four���Doyle
Silas  Marner--Kliot.
Silence of Deane  ,'.'
Sketch   Book ��� i, .  ���
Story     of     an      -m
Schreinei.
Study in Scarlet     . i
Swiss Family  RobiMt .
Tale of Two Cit e
Talisman    Scotl
Tanglewood  Tales���
Thaddeus  of  Warsaw
Three  Men In a  Boat
Three  Musketeers���I)
Torn   Brown  at  Oxforo
Tom      Brown's      Scho.:
Hughes
Treasure   Island    Sti   ���
Uncle Tom's Cabin     _   ne
Under Two  Flags- I I
Vanity   Fair    Th li
Vicar of  Wakefield���(I
Westward Ho    K'iiiM-.
White   Company     D
Window in Thrums. A
Wonder   Book.   A���11
Fill in the following coupon, or, better still, call at the News office, have a look at the books
themselves���and select your title.
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Ceo. Adams,   Grocer
^���: >���> <�������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������� ��������,������������������������<���
I       The Daily News Publishing Co. \
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# Enclosed   please  find  Three   Dollars, amount for one year's subscription ��
* in advance for the Daily News.    Kindly send me J
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Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open   valley and
face, $6.00. sawing  logs,
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,   double
case.  $7.50 uie.
The recent  shon   spell of iit.   weather   has   dried   up   the   roads*n!ce!yI
Agent for the celebrated South Bend   .,���,���.,,      .,     .. ,        ,
Waicl.es. supplied   te,    the    Wed ,n      "' ~ w'l! ���'"' fa,mers another chance j
Arctic  Expedition.    All  warranted.      j " l'r��ceed with  their spring work.
Chains. Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc. Two daughters of Mr. Fry, of lower
Watch   repairing;    charges   reason-  Langley, are laid up with the chicken
able- ���    ,���,���
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Name . .
Address
Please name three books in order   leslred   In   ,
choices   should   lie' sold  out.
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WHERE To DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All Night
BLACKSMITHING.
Tiie funeral of linn.   Lee, for some FIRE ALARM  BOXES
lime n  patienl   of  the  provincial asy- "	
i  for the Insane, and  who died al Following Is tii" location and  num-
lhal  institution on Saturday, will take Del "'' lni' flre a!arm boxes i:i :hl' (il>:
: ti
place this afternoon, The deceased
was forty-nine years of age, and succumbed to general paralysis. He was
a  native of England, bul had  been In
i his counl ry for mam' years.
Hotel  Guests.
Having boughl out  the  Blacksmith-      0ulchon    T   A. Braa  , Montreal;  A.
In_#business of R.  il. Benson,  I  will ,, wla   -;   Ro    rlsoni Vancouver;
be pleased to see all  his old custom- v-   simmer.. Almonte;   \V. .1. Dicken-
,-      as we'll as new ones     Horseshoe- . ���    victoria;   G:  !'.   Williams,   II.   It.
m3 a specialty. ;;;,l4  ,;   A   Kendall, Vancouver; .1. R.
H. M, KNUTSON, llhick,     Edmonton;    A.     McEachern,
Eighth   Street. IJlaine;   K. Walker. Millside,
, -      ��� Windsor    M.   Cameron,   .1.   C.   Jen-
_uth   niuned   Alva   Currle,   will li n     15,   Bernard,   F,  M.   Sinclair,   M
,    to  tell   the   magistrate   whj   he '���' mei in,   F.  15.  Blizzard, Sid  Georgoi
,-.,   atones  al   Ah Wing.     The Ce- W      Sodhuiitei',     Vancouver:     Henry
.,;:,    i   eeiired   before    Chief   Mcln- Clay,   Mount   Vernon;   S.   While.  Bel-
. ���   terilav, an I  sw  a  warrant lingham,
againsi the youngster, so the affair      Colonliil    13.  O.   Paiterson,   M. Mui-
he  ventilated  in the police court ligan, Pill  Luke; <;. f. Wndsworth, E,
morning, :''   Wadsworth,  Montreal.
A man is known by tiie
clothes he wears, just as much
as by the company he keeps.
You arc well dressed��� VOU
KNOW it ��� and everybody
else KNOWS it���when you
wear
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T"*!
159
5���Asy i u m.
���G���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
8���Royal avenue and  Li- hi li.
!l���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's  Hospital.
]3���Second and Park Ron.
1 I���Coin,nhi;,  and   Dttfferin,
15���Sapperton.
2.'!���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
21��� . ...nl avenue and Second.
2a    Fifth   avenue  ami   Fourth.
26  -Fifth avenue and Eighth.
_7���Third avenue and Tenth.
::_��� Agnes and Sixth,
fl I    Sch lake Machine Works.
���;.".    t iolumbl e and VlcKi nzle,
1(5    c   P   R, Station.
il'   Small &  Buckland Mill.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson X ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
:_:_i Grand Trunk RjJ
Excellent Train Servke Betwefl
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthan I. Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand,
R. I. SIM.II, B. A., Principal
Canadian Pacific  ,c
Three
Transconiinental       PL' _        1
Trains Daily thlCagO, London,
Travel on the Famou Hp.Ifiltfll.    TnTOlltdJ
"NORTH COAST LIMITED" -__U--_--UB,   1 OI Uliu-|
Electric-lighted trail      L.... Rates       ., ,     _
Qu��ck Tim,,        i   Hem service, Montreal, Quebec.
New York, Chicago, n _
Toronto, st. Paul Portland, Bcstoi
AND ALL POINTS EAST And all the prin ipal business
Steamshir Tickets on   lie to all Euro-   ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  I
pean points. TIME PROVINCES
Special    Reduced    Pates    Round    7
Rates   to   Southern   California
For full infortatior, call on or ,' r te
'i   ANo to BUFFALO, NEW \ t
PHILADELPHIA, via Nia
For Time Tabl, i, etc., ad
RAILWAY COMPANY
���'i'i Hastings St., Vanci i er, B. G,
A. D, CHARLTON,
Portland,  Ore
GEO,  W.  VA.. -
'���    i tanl  i li n'i  Pa  ; ������   ui
Age nt, Lia Adams St.. I .    .
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
WHEN  GOING  EAST
\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND V IU ��� le-
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE!
THE    POPULAR    TKAXSCON
TINENTAL    LINE.
Running  Through   'Lost cl i      Pul
man, T it and I lining Car   dnilj.
The  only all  rail  route  between  al) I    Atlantic expre     loaves al  IS: 10,
points east, west and south tn  Ross j     Seattle and   mints south,    .'.
land, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Greal
Northern, Northern Pac.'fic and O. R.
Si  N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Can-.
nliati   Pacific   Railway   for   Boundary1 '   express    '"""I    freighl    conned    witl
Creek points. Vancouver.       Now  Westminster.   stage3 ,,, Carcross and Whit,   Horse
Connects at    Meyers    Falls    with! '  maintaining a through winter servici
���tage -'ailv for Republic. ATI ANT!P   ^_TF1_SV!^H!P^      '''"  l,lform������Jl,���", '''1'l'ly to THE TRAIN  Or   FAMI
Buffet   service   on   tram,   between; "��� """��� jf.,,?.',? SIpftH J      !   "   ROGERS, Traffic  Manage,   THE    NORTH-WESTERN,   1>|.
1 ��fT"eST^AND   FASTEST-    V"flCouvftr' ^   ( ' Embodie- the ���.we,.    and
Ti .""^i7y_^7��Tk~a"S�� "���'���'~"' I
Lor other pari Iciilura appl}  to
lv .1. COYLE. ED. liOLLL,
A, Q, P. A, Agenl CI'.1
Vancouver,       Now  Westinlnste
for CONRAD, CARCROSS    \TI IN Eiwht Trains  Everv Da-V ln ,h'
WHITE    HORSE,   DAWSON   and BETWEEN
FAIRBANKS,    Daily  trains  (excepl m��.                 !���       "'      r>    !
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail i.lin_ieapOll&7   Ol.  fW\
an<_ Chicaffo
*v?a*im israiia
Sails %M Overcoats
H..   L...   pe: BE
PROGRESS 11HAW)
CLOTHING
73
Effective   Sunday,    November    io,
ll)OI.
Leave Day Train Arrive
o.20 am  Spokane ���������-.-is p.m.
i_.25 p.m Rossland  ....4.10 p.m     "'���������'<"���'> '    ���'
f>dn a.rn   Nelson   ^45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
���<��v
������.|1 , ��� 1 ���. ,
V.. PoWOf ( I.M.'Mi    ���  1:���'.'  I (.1,1   , ������
I! iducliiiii   iii   fare.-,  from   the   I ���' 1
Country.    Now is 1 lie 1 Ime lo secur.
C K
EMPRESSES''! Westminster Iron W��rteS.SJ'i��25j
brilliantly   illuminated   train   m '
GENERAL MACHINB a.mi i.MiiNl world,     The  equipment   c
"w��r_. private   compartment   '"if-.   ��� '.,.
SHIP SMITH1NU, t'l.'iia,,', and '�� section  sleepers, luxurious 'i;!;:''.
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK, car- reclining chair car- (se
SOf) Pn_fk fll Tan Rark Watlfpd    ''  ''                                                       Ornamental   iron   worn,  inciudlw modern  day  coaches   and
J4JU .ILU.) Wl   I....  UUin   tiuihlu.    xomi��l Sleepers run to St. John to   Fence*, Oatee, Fire hiacapos, etc. !,r:"'v al,<l smoking cars,
conned   with   Empress,  nexl   sailing      Mall orders and correspondence In For Time Tables, Folde
April  lotli.                                           7lt8dl
For further particulars                                  JOHN   RIllO
El    QOULET. BEQBIB _TK_i_r_.   '
;':;"" i;' '      " "       '   ' "   '"  ~   N'- w  -tmlnai - y. u. .7..
At  the
Praser River Tannery]
Highest Cash Price Paid
further information call on
F. W. PARKER,
GENER \i-  ,,;
7_o Second Avenue, Seal
; *PRIL   16.   1907.
H
1�� A 1 l.\    N 1. W S
iff
'rains & Steamers
; R   MAIN  LINE.
N  vv   15.40; arr N. W   11 35.
.   MISSION BRANCH
.v. W. S. IP;  a:. Seattle 15 5
|bV(  SeatUi   '-        ar. N. v.". __._<
r   WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION.
(  \. VV   i ' ��� 15 4". 17.
.,  s. ',,'  9   ". 11.35, 16 4". IS 4".
.:  ���. r NORTHERN RAILWAY.
m   VI'. 9.20 a.m.; nr. Seattle 4 p.m.
W. 4.1 ."��� , ::... ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
\Y.  ��.-  V ���VANCOUVER
.    W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
iver 8.! a a.m.. and 4 pan.
��� ���   N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Bi      N.  W.  6:25  am.;   ar.  Guichon
m  ,
ft      G'.iichon, 2:40 p, m.;  a:. N. W.
ma and 6 p. ni
I Dilays only.
C.  LLECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
.    New  Westminster a._o. 6.60,  l
- ... ni., aud every halt hour there-
��� til! 11 p. m.
Vancouver  for  Westminster  a:
a. urs.
raser River and Gulf
UP  RIVER,
���   N   W. Mon. Wed. Frid. S a.m.
in < bi ...   i u.,  1 h., Sat., 7 a.m
m N. W. Ta.. Th.. Sat 8 a.m.
oi Cbwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m
DOWN RIVER,
imsfer���
ii. N.W. dail}. es. S inda}  2 p.m,
I. trie. Monday, 6 a.m.
fr, in Steveston, 7 a.m. (Frl. C a.m.)
Mail Service
Close.   Received.
H��:''     '���'������������   >iil. ..-   7. la 0.4n p III.
'lip ���        .i .'���:...
He'. Ni'.      in. il.o."i a.m. !
^Ui - .\ 7 ;.'���.- :��� i"i.
��� .ni.'   ,_.attic. .  S I", a.m. jmu.
V��b. .'.  i ��� ;..           I"           .   :." . ;
-Vfct' : ..-.  1"   ;������ a.a .     !��� on  . in
Katl   L ,: ii..: !.! ' ;   i: .     !.:.", p.m. :
Ladie' :���. >';���     -'..,,,
Hie   1. mi lH'Oa.m.
CP.R  east. S..;,; et-
ton. MiiNi.ie and
��� CO(|iii;iani        i'.i'ii p.m. 11.115 a.m.
Van. mill  I; nn.:!..   ::.::u \- m.    . .on p.m
'SjJ.N.R    !���"./1 :       4.''-i p.m   11.tin p.m.
���"imber:,:!!.!.   Tues
Land Friday .   ...12.00m.    12.00m.
Bftnadian Pacific Railway Co.
1 British Columbia  Coast  Line
M ���      Service.
BULLETIN
Great Northern Railway
V. VV. & Y. RY.
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9:20    .. m.
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. ���   inghan n. Mt,
Everett. Si atth .  Po    a
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Vani    iver       k
9  "'.
12:1     . :.. .hi   im       betw,       Seattle, New
Wi -.'-������.  .<,   ii liati      lints
L_ avi    Nt \\   We stminsti r for Guichon
1 ���   |   ni., Monday, \\ ������. iesda>    !': I
. :45 a. n    arrive from Gu 9:10 a ni
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DOMINION LORD'S f ^
day act iGilley Bros. m\
STAYS
Wholesale and  Retail
DEALERS  IN
#   WELI   MQTON     I I M P    C O \ I
t   WELLING I 0 N  w -\ G HED  Nl 1
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V	
ROl'TE   OF   THE   FAMO I'S  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland   Tral n�� 2
S      .   ���    SI   Pa il   M ���:.. .    lis, Wil      eg. D    ith. Chicago, S
Is   and lnl -   Easi
nforniatie ites, 1 erth res    ral    I, i
V   C   ME^ ERS     _|   i '
Bank ol      i ���   Bul lini \,  .   \\. ��� er, B. C
II. M. ADAMS. A lhe   M
Ottawa .
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lu    nevs    ���   CUMBERLAND  FORCE  COAI
J   VANCOUVIR  PORTLAND  CE
MENT,
Ph -   -i l< I rati
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J      ed i \ m mi h r
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MANM OBA   WOOD   I n-'''i
M \\    IMU.'NSVV I. K i'LASTEH     ���
t   \ I RPOOL   SAI .,
C IMMON   BRICK.
PRI SSI D   PACE   BRICK,
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE
TOTAL   ASSETS    	
$8,290,000
45.-tOO.OOO
Eighty-five  branches, with Correspondents  throughout
the world.	
SAVINGS   BANK
ONL Dollar opens an account,   Interesl added four
times a year,   Start to-day.
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH���
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
CPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
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ii i no    ... .consistent, n    h
linvi   -.. . i..   . ...    .      un,; win re
l".| .     .      ' won hi
Ii  i    ' Lonl's Day .
Ohsen     co  i i W'hor.    the
I    so    ��� in i    lo   io sufftrl
i   ' ���        ' li      .   1   ��� lilnli   ' lie   I. '.
crnmoii ��� menl   ol   vc I
Ir.toi. ������! r,   . nd   nu rolj   to   ploiu .     In
sentimonl   of a Irclo,
to change Iti   ikiIIi     ul   li n\ Ins  well
' noiigh alone?' "
Thl I, ie far i...-. ������ ������ ithon I
cooms lo In lln general view, nml Iho
ofl'ool of tho Oovo, nment's ropl) thli
.ie,. io iho quosl Inn pul hj iho lo i.i
e: of iiii Opposition Whal I- tho
(5i vernmoiil's iiiie'titieni  i. :���.,��� ling tho
. nfoi i ei e of ii,,. t,oni'_ Dn    Olisi
\ ance Vcl '
FIRE  BRICK
1   Rl      CLAN     and    MAN! I I    i
BRICK,
��� e m.  i   ..-:-..��� ������ i |aj i',.
SI \s I k   PIPE,   DRAIN     inf.
_*    ROSEBANK   LIMI BAND   CRUSHED ROCK ���
: ;
J Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 1
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�������������������������������������������������������������������������-��������������������������������������������������������������.������������
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVKR AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mtintifnttiirt i*  and DetiUi*  in   All   Km.in  of
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doom.
'Interior1 Finish)    I urned Work,   Etc.
Fish  and  Fruit   Boxes.
Large Stock Plain ami Fancy Glass.
I    ��� 1
ft". '..*,>���.$��;
TIME TABLE
B.  C.  Coast  Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE,
jeel tn change without notice).
Leaves Van.
I���  .May    April  S i
Maj    April   18
���   -   M   ,    \;iril 2S
A.NI in   . ER-Vll TORIA ROUTE
Pi .in !���: -  Victoria  le ivi s  Van. ou-
l  p.m, daily.
ives   Victoria daily al   1  a.m.
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY  WATERPROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
JUST TO HAND.     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Programme.
Signor   I''.   D' \'n ia' ���   ie-, Un]   al   Sl,
Patrick's h ell. Thurariny,   .prii 18;
PART   i
iiii-ln   ll. :   Smiles  i Prom  Trovatoro)
        Ver ll
Mr   i;   I.   TuBhoroiiii,
I  ee. .  ';,     l-'iii,,.     .      I     Pl'Hj     I | M ,.|,|    l-'ailSt I
      c Hiiie i
MiM      .1        III   .1 ' . Ill
liiii i    1 .i's Hlronilolles I From MlgnonI
 \       Tile HII.I'
Mini     \   Llm i;.   an I   ,1     \    KoillllHK
(a I   I/)ve  Is a  llir.l    Dol   Rlogll
III    < lllllllSOl,    I * I < > \ I lli'.i |o       , I Iel     \i'i|ll.l
Mis-;  Boulnh  Dnwson
I ,'i I    I.I"-   K iiiieniix        I''illll ''
(h)   \ Klein,', nt Wailing k  Wrlghl
Mr.  S,    -KlKlown,
III)    I      Tllllll   DIllHl   1/IVl      Me       . , . Ili'll-/ .
tii)  l)n am s
Ml     M   HI, i'in .
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing nnd Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12. Now Wpntminst.r
Bank of Montreal
ir uiusrirn itt,
CAPITAL
RESERVE
114,400,000.00
$1 1.1,0(1.(Illll no
Branches throughout Camilla ami New    ���; Ihind, on��1   in   London,   England,
Mew  Vork, Chicago and  SpoUano, V.S V,, and  Mexico Cit.      A Cell'
eral ii.'inK'iir.  Uuslue.B Transnc let!
Letters (if Crceiei I   ued, avuliable will   correspondents In all parU ,,r the
World.
/i,I    Savinys Bsnk Drii.iiimrni,     Deposits received In sums ot fl and upwa  ]
em,] Intorosl nllo.wed ul  ���! per cor,I   i-ei   annum   (preseni  rate)  added
-cl
il
Duel    fij-till   ''    Orli   ol   Snow    I.
Ai o).... Holt ii
. -i , ���   i        _��� _ . i i   . ��� Prom  Fnr   Vwny  (Tits, iu        |   Bi ng)
Clearmg-out Sale of Odd Linos at giving away prices. (.,ii:i      ,
See our Window and Dour. Mrs t n viomi Hnd vi    ,i u Hon
Now  a   Tu.i-1   (Torn    Im   Shiik   rrom
CiORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE. _.v ���   _^      _���.___���______���___.��*    ___..___���__    ______.___���______ r-,, ,.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE i',   ,��
'.' - V. i  ria  lail   except Mondaj ______   .,.___ Cello Bol      \vowal Honeiitli Ihe Stars
J.   STEWART ,,;. ..  K   d'Aurla
l'e,!l| e I   :ni,i    ,i,    III      ..    ;   ���   .   I     e,V   ||.   I ,,
I rniml   i'i.   With   Me   i Prom   Krnnni)
le'lll   llllirs   ,,   year.
7oi.il  A-esru ie,i.|   :f 11; ..iii.ii.iiieii nn.
NEW   \\ BSTMINS1 1311  UH VNCII
r]   11   in: , H JER,  Man i.
..������~,��� -..-,.  ..      ...   .m     h_.        mil Uti
atm&nn
STORIA      NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
SS  i ITY   OP XAXAJMO.
ive    Ni m   v\'    'liiiiisi, r ai  "i  a. m.
Iiiiida, \     P__l
_��  ,j> &     ji��
^NCOL'VCR NANAIMO ROUTE. ��     ,   ".��>��;��*, ,- ,
isi b-sjaai	
3. S. Joan
Van     .. er dail;  at I :U0 p.m
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Ste.i-.tr Queen   C.ly.
la at. 11  i .in.  mi   I n
i   di mm b   fo,   Cla)
Vi   ' ii i     201 li
�����nw|
m
SIMPLE--"'
LASTING
! m^
X_fe__j_L i_L__!__y
li!
5WER PRASER RIVER ROUr_.
Steamer Transfer
'.��� .   Westi   n     :   on   Mon
1 ��� .Vi Ine  '    .   i . ei   laj
.    i   p.m. an I  Sal  i 11;
- :'-. i Ith ad lltlonal trip nn Mon-
i
���    ��� -'eiii Monday, Tuesday,
.     :   lay ainl Saturday at
i . i   6  i. m. additional
.   lay 5 p. m.
'PER   FRASER   RIVER  ROUTE
5. S. Beaver
New   Westminster, s  a.  m.  ���_e_e__________-fft.-_
'>'    Ines laj 3 and Fridays.
1  ���"   i Qilllwack 7 a, m. Tuesday,
and   Saturday:-,   oiilling   at
etwe in   >.'��� w   Westminster
|Chllllw
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
Vancouver at   8   p.m.   2nd
;-'i  of  each   month,  callln .   at
���! on first trip and Bella Coola
I  trli ��� Time on  arrival  and
���  approximate.
ervationa   and   Information
'.'. '���.'.
V.r>. GOULET,
Agent., y.ew Wo. farilnster.
E. J. COYLB,
''���.'    Pae.   Asont. Vancouver.
.1.   W. TROUP,
'    18   ��� ��� ..     lent, Victoria
m
_    1   r .I''"'1 i-J '  _ +8     .''��� as well as sanitary results are - ^
I.     i  'I ��� -^--^ "* '        B' obtained from the U'.o of Alabailine.   In-
i\y.'\P i -y--: VST?'"~  i *teadof detorioratinc with age, it actually
V.      w. ��~����J,'^������,..,_.�� beco-r.es harder, until  at lat,t   it  forms
. N i t  i^s'"       > part of the wa"itS9lf'
yykOi   ���   ALABASTINE
with its p] ��� ' lis, supplies a luxurious wall-corerinif for the
most handsome rooms, leaving your walls free from the deli-
r, im of wall papers. We w.il bo clad to tell you more about
Alabastine, if you will ack u%. Let us show you a tint card
and cuti.ng of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtofn Stretchers,  with  adjusfible  pins.
Af!>fnds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
63 :��&A
     Verdi
Mi ;. W.  W, Dr, isei
1 '    lln      VI   on     (From    Morn Halo)
         Ml        ell.'
Mr, Q   '"'i'
v     I."iim' 'i   a    ite llllanl   it:' y    i From
S"n, ��� i ...  Id
Mi      i.   VlcCro   an
(From       ini1, ee e; i
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Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated        |
COWAN'S   !
PERFECTION
COCOA
r  $
i    ni     ]   '��� gaining In fnvnr every da
(Maple r.ea.
Label)
v.    Our output last year  wns  double  the
preceding one.    The  mosl healthful __d nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., t.M.. TORONTO
M__;_r:���__:.Ti.,-y___a_f7_i_r -.~-Tivy.mmn'UK**rr.rw> i-_ mxmm
M
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lie ��� I  I llUll'ltl
Mi ,i
iict���Sn     '     '���'        i'   ���  'e ' '     Froi
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I.      'ele-l     e       ,|.   ,i,i|     M|      Cl       I
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Seal    I  ���. ���   i   ���      .
f)C,     Millie,
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $ 10,000.000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAT)   OrWCS,   TORONTO.
J _     _^^ _r->x _r~_ _**^�� .^-"^.
��� ���   i%/^-_l      ��� ���!__��-���      V_^V-^��
Limited o" Injuries n   u ������ I    while       n   in
  .. ."ie.' railroad iccounts tn*j
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES AND  ENGLAND.
BAiNKINCs   BY   MAIL
Ilie Schaake Machine Works,i_.
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
tenia    morniri _eln
Li rre I In the Roman Ch ill com
tery, Miyti m r/a c, li irali I m.
the Rev./ Fathei O'Doyle in St, Peter's cathedrhl al nine o'clock in the
morning, after which the cortege pro
i." led tn the cemetery, The -hleJ
mourner was a brother of the deceased, who came over from Vancouver
foi the purpose of attending the funeral. '
bf I;!"   Bank,
i���: n'i.     Everj
pal iwn aci
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH���H, i:   DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVI.NINOS. S TO 11 O'CLOCK.
Opera House  Booki   js.
May 3    \ Stranger in T wn.
May B   -A Texas Ranger.
May in - tn.t Arkansas,
Ma    I--    Peck's Bad  Boy,
BOOKS   ARE   GOING   FAST.   SEE
PACE TWO.
J. HENLEY Second-Hand PIANOS
Manufacturer  of
ORGANS,     RANGES,    STOVES,
BUREAUS,  BEDSTEADS,   ETC.
Mineral Waters, Etc.  !Rusl,ton  &   Speck
Aerated Waters, ���The	
SECOND-HAND   STORE
Family Trad?- a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office,  Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTP/1IN3TER.   B.   C.
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY   NEWS.
We also do all kinds
of   general   r_pa!ring.
Sign   Man  on  Wheel.
Columbia St. ,\Tew Westminster.
Phone 275 *
THE   DAILY   XEWS
TUESDAY.   APR
'307
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Pith-'
lishing   Company   Limited,   at    their
offi,.--.   corner   of   Smii   an i   i-. iat
streets. New Westminster, B, C.
E.   A.   Paige Manager
Your food is moro delicious
when you use WINDSOR, ihe
pure, fine TABLE SALT. Its
savoux is as delightful as it is lasting.
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient display advertising, 10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
the inch. Five cents per line foi
subsequent insertions,
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 j
cents  per  line, brevier  or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
Por time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Motices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for Miles, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per   word
ALASKAN TRADE
always   wnn   trope   una   goiM   cheer.      CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
Such a character is a strength and a   -~~ ~~- ~���^^���.~~.^���~-���.
defense not only to him who has ir, WANTED���Man and wife desire si- . .-
but to all his associates and t �� nil who ,;,���,_ ������ ., ...,.,,.-., or otherwise Apply
feel his influence.   They are the watch-1    this offlre "_-;���>"
towers   eit'    humanity,    whose   lights |       "	
shine through the dark night of human
struggle -."A whose word Is an inspira-   WANTED���Bj a reliable, stea iy, mai
tion of hope aud ancouragement. v'0il  man- a  permanent   position  in
   ....  the city.    Have been accustomed to
hard work.   Apply this office.   3d-S7
Farms. Card
ens
Color nm*  l.iulit.
Tlie pee',,liar simplicity of the country darky in the south is illustrated by    FOUND Wh
HFAHftll ADTFQ _   a stor? told b>' a congressman.
IILnl/UUnillLllJ       *n o\i\  negro  bad  gone to a pi
�� ______   i__    in i���i i     1     . _*������- -    *-
iM
fox      terrier,     with
20 acres close to school, station. P. <>.  and  boai   landing, :
10 acres on Eburne Car line, with  S-room  house, all   plast,
large barn ly 2 miles frmii city.      Price $4,500,  with   term
(Continued From  Page One)
 ios t o f -
fiee in Mississippi nml offered for the
mail a letter that was over the weight
specified for a single stamp. GOOD   OPENING   for   young   man   to
hrown  spot over eve.    Apph   Xews I
offlo(> '   jjo.Qtf fai acres, eleven miles from City at Station and  Posl Office;
_. barn, chicken house' and orchard;  parti;, cleared, onlj $2,000.
!
'd ho
"This  ls  too  heavy,"  said  the post-
study law at   Martin  &  McQuarri,
law office. dtf
timber LANDS���We deal exclusive-
In   more profitable to the company to master.   "You will have to put another
handle all their traffic at one port. stamp on it."
No  advertisement taken I    The   establishing   of  the   headquar- The old darky's eyes widened In as-
fo.   loss !ii_n 25 cents                                           .i     . i    i      .     ,   e   ,i,e         . tonisliment.      "Will    anudder   stamp
roi   less man _o tenis.                               ters lor the Alaskan trade in tins port ,                 ....      ,       ���.. , ���      ,    .
.^~,.~-~���~~~~~-~-~~~.~~~----~~~- I make it anv lighter, boss?   he asked.���
is  .ier_ly a   link in  tne chain of rail- w.,,.,,_,.-_   _tr__i.i.
Tee fphon. s liaipei >  ni'i'hij.
TELEPHONES. A22 ; *"' "   :""'   s"''""slli^   whil'1'   ll"���   lliH 	
a>       ''ct         B^2   '''"'-   will   '"-'    operating    in     Canada i .>,,�����ir���,.,,,. ^i^H	
 \\ i i li in   the  next   decade.    Only a  few The   minister  hail   preached   to  the   ���
days ago. details were published of a graduating   class  of  a   girls*  college,   for  SALE���Convenient  6-room  mod-
Hill line, which will tap the northern Tie girls of the class  were on the      ,.,-���  residence with    large    garden,
stable   for   two   horses,   etc.    Price
77 acres close to West minster Junction, fronting on Rive
, Price $55 per acre, i-3 cash, balance easy terms.
60 acres  at   CloverdalS.   Price $21   y er  acre,   with  term.-.
50 acres near  Westminster Junction, on    good    road, easl
Night   Office
ly In timber.   Have large and small   Price $20 per acre.
tracts   on   water.     If   you   wish   to
buj or sell, see me.   E. R. Chandler,
107   Hastings   SM.   Vancouver,  B.C
See our list of City Property in the "Columbian."
..eySN^Sai.
'pans  of  Canada,  and   which   will   run
platform all round the pulpit and all
TUESDAY.   APRIL   16,   1907.
from Winnipeg to Prince Unpen.    Tie
$3,400   (half  cash).   Apply   box   594,
New  Westminster,
FRESHET   PROSPECTS.
Oile' .it'  tleelSe   weather   prophets   who
no means content te, <  their I water  l,",'k   for i,s  fleel   '"' "earners
heels .it Nature's back fenfce, wailing
for some Indication of what the winds
and  clouds are likely  to il ���  nol   Northern   could   not  afford   to   over-
to .in for twenty-four hours or so;
inn who boldly walk Into the parlor
ami "interview" the dame as to her
intentions in the mailer of weather
lor a month or two ahead,���one of
these seers ii-lls us thai the remaining
days of April are to be, on this side
ol    ihe'   ('iintini'iital    wate;-. he I.   hol'i'f ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
than   the  average,       This    prophesy ��� ���	
l,:i,v  tu���  ";r   "' '"'  !""''  an(1   i!   !s '"   TRACK   EVENTS   MAKE   SPLENDID
he'  hoped  lhat  i;  will, as some weeks
o   really warm weather just now will |      SHOWING���FULL    REPORT    OF
l.i'   of   Immense   benefit   to   this   pan        DAY'S PROGRAMME.
i'i the ' onin ry.
I1   is not  merely that  the season  is
:   i   ,'..ir.l   and   thai   we   all   warn   to I     '''''' Columbian College track   meel
dressed in white.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      "I   felt,"   coiii'esseil   the   preacher  to
(I. X.   K.  is  going  to  handle a   large   ui��� W[fe wi1(,u  ue got home,  "like a   ___
share of the produce of the Dominion,   crow on a snowdrift"
and  the advantage of hiving a  fresh F0R  SALE   Several  lots in Burnaby,
Life, to be worthy of a rational he- close to Can Factory anel City limits
anel sailing vessels was one which '"���"��� must be always i" progression. .60 each. Apply White & Shiles
the   shrew,1   directors   of   the   Greal   We tnnst always purpose to do more or      city.
HALE & LANE, Real Estate Ag
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
and at CALGARY. Alberta.
enti'
-.:..' *���������������;>������������������������������������������ .���������������������.��������������������������������,��.Um
bettor than >n time past,   .lohnson
COLLEGE STUDENTS
ENJOY GOOD SPORT S
In  Crimson  Guloli.
"What became of that man yon arrested as ii horse thief?"
"Lynched," answered Piute Pete.
"i suppose that ends the matter."
"Xo.    Some'   o'   the   boys   hail   their
ejuleis, so we're goin' t.> call some wit-	
esses an' git evidence thai  he really
were   the   guilty   party."-Washington    F0R   SAl.E-4-room   house.   $S0O;    T
Star. room house, close in, $1,100; 5-roon
luuise, close to Bridge, $1,700, Whlti
& Shiles, Columbia street.
OB   PRINTING     Saw    Mill   and    ,'���
tory Stationery a specialty,    We do
all  other kinds of  printing, an I    i
sun'   a   goo.l  job   at    righl    pric, -.
ARROW  PRESS. Daily  News 3!ock.
Mrs. Dominy, proprietor.
The Fishing Seas
has now commenced. I have some
splendid new lines in FISHING
TACKLE, Rods,   Lines and   Reels.
ONi
SHOOTING���Call and  inspect my  fine stock  of cjuns.  new  and second-!
hand. .
<a> I
��   BICYCLES���of the latest patterns for sale and to hire, both for ladies 2
ratch  up;  there is an even  more im- yesterday  afternoon   was  well   ittend-
e���.,-e,,n ������, ..l..,,.,     -n,     ,.    ,-.     .- ll Is seldom that nuuishnient, though
u,tan. leasou.     rhe quantity of snow e��l  and   while  there   were to  records   ia,.���. of foot, hiW falled to overtake _
"'���'���'"1  :""1   '���""''���   HinW broken,  the  unit,'rial  for a good  ath-    villain.- -iloraee.
form down the  Fraser  to  tin' sea,  Is !_tic showing was
Dig   Fron  a   Friend.
"How .Id is vour liusliainl, dear?"        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
''Forty. There's t>'ti years'difference   -on P,, _    ,        ,, . ,     ,       ...
.   .        ���        ,, FOR SALE ��� A small island containing
between   US.
"You surprise ,_e! I should never ;"",,,f l5 :,n'"s' close '" Xew VVest"
have ttought yo;i tlftv years old."- I minster city. Can be used for a mill
Figaro. site.      For    particulars    apply    to
Gunderson et Anne's grocery.
and  gentlemen. H^^^^^
New   Keys  made;   locks   fitttcl;   knive..  axes, saws  scissors, etc  {
J   ground   and   sharpened.
NOTE   THE   NF.W  ADDRESS.
GEO. R. SPECK
TRAPP BLOCK.
TRAPP
������������������������������������������������������������������.*'>.���������������������*�������������������������������'.. ������>���
large,  and   the  sooner  Father  Praser
starts i'o "tote" it. the lei
evas on the ground.   Tm.
'I hoys are' on the whole as line a lol of      :t ii,kes two '�� make u marriage, bul
,     t I,kel>'will   y0ung athletes as coul  foiimi  and   ��'-ly "'u' t0 '"'"' '""������-���"���'���"���'t Set.
lie  he  to have too  much  on deck  at
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    with    some    goo,I   lia r, J    practice,    the
once, as he had, for example' in 1894. | College
We- would like, if possible, to m tke
arrangements with s un ��� part) owning
a team to take the delivery of Ice
for us this summer, ''ither bj hire ol
team or so much per ton for delivery.
Warm weather now will mean a moderately  high river fora comparatively
",J.    '""':   coo]   wenther   continuing with the various winners:!  100 yards
until the heat of summer comes would Turner,   Parkinson,   Whittaker-   L6-lb
mean a  very high river for a shorter shot,   Parkinson
Pei'ld
! " ��� ' amietes that SECOND - HAND JUNK STORE
e an   take  their  place,   with   the   best.
The'  following is a list   of the even s
Columbia  Cold Storage,
Gd-87
Robson,    Johnston
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES.
The summers of '05 and '06   _,��� var,is. MoLean. Coulter;  standing
broad jump, Robson, Mclean, Turrpar;
running  broad jump, McLean, Turner
were marked  by very slight   freshets,
as    th"   preceding   winters had   been
marked   by   light   snowfalls;   bul   the Proifty;   jtinii                               	
winter  just   pasl   .irought   mon'  than F'lewin;    120  yards   hurdles,   McLean j��!
Cm   average  amouni   of snow, and  it and Parkinson tied; elisciis, Parkinson, !��;
may   be   accepted   as   certain,   there- shaw,   McLean;   ll-legged    race.    Mc- -*i
fore, thai  we shall haven higher river Lean   and     Parkinson;     junior    long j��!
iliis  year than we have  had  for  two jump,    White,    Parkinson, Walmsley; V
/ ���_���
years  or  more, ami the occupants of hop, step and jump, Turner, Fengeson, >J
land   along   the   Fraser.   liable   to   be McLean;   mile,   Kirkpatrick;   running !*i
affected by high water, would do well, high jump. Turner, Robson, Ferguson; :���;
therefore,   to adopt   such   precautions junior 3-Iegged race,  Berr;   and  Flew- ��<
its   ma s   he  within  I heir    power,    to in
^uiirel   againsi   the  damage   which   an Th
BEGBIE STREET
FOR SALE I lots in Burnaby, clos,
to the Vancouver car line, ;MS-"
Several large lots een Eighth streel
and near can factory. Burnaby, >
to $80 each. WHITE & SHILES
PhlHlP 214-    Columbia street.
&*%��0_t_��4_i_��<i^
i"11  yarns,   Parkins in   .���. v
Walk-Over
>;
  io oiiiepiis  w:;iM  S'lirii'i'. ��� c. >:
unu-lia.'.'y    ,li"'1    freshet    mighl    do. Davidson;    judges,    Professors    Ke      >
While  thefe   il"'^ not   appear   to   he and  Porter,    Principal    Sipprell,    Dr.   $
: nger of a repetition of lhe   lis- 'white:  clerk of the course, o. Finch,   ;���!
ms  concUtie;ns ,,,���  j v:* i.  il   seems I  ���������	
1  '���''������ i ' i tain  thai  the river will  h    r
-' -''. |   deal   higher   In   Tune   and   Inly
1    ���    ii  w as  111 "05 and 'Ofi.
The   Bulkley  Pioneer.
The  latesl     ��� riodical  I n  he  i mum h f>.
1 on the troubled seas of jou ;���      m V
i  i lie  Halk'eM   Pioni er,   i  ne ,i   i  ghl e*<
ge  ni  '���     a p .   devo ed  to  I ii"  Into! ,���,
ol   the   northern  districl    if  Brit- i*;
THE   STRAIN   OF THE   LIMELIGHT.
Witness, _ . _,, ^^^^^^s^sm        ���,
Columbia.     I he   irl telet   deal ex- :��
h     ,'���.,     iii",". i   parii.tan   coiibid- .    ,       . , ,   >
��� ' isivelv   with Hi" wi n Lh   nl   this fa ���*���
'     lions    o  interfere i      _xpres . , . , .,, . , ft
cored   region,   whlcl till    n little   a
i  ' upinini,   i to sa,   aboul
i lie  Fii.-'   Minis ���
vVill'rid is oi     .       i i
�����    ���' ng,  h ho  lia- denii d   h msol      i
leciitiso im  longer  aide tn endure
.  iwn    to   i h"   outside   woi Id.     The   ;���;
ii of iii" Hiiikii".   I'm,ii' ��� '   !-:   Mor-   *-
���     ui   Oroul,   conl: Unites   a   well w  I     '*-���
a  imm I, le ,M   mm he wealth  in   A
    mini' ami   lie ei    ,!' 111,���   I!ii;-ile". ���*
m.mondotis strain of a royal pro-   ,.,,���,,   wj])  ���,,.���,,, |f) ,,���   v.     ;i,���  m.   ��
v.
the  strain  upon  Si:   Wil
will he :n,up   tlnn s giv .Me;,   'i j,,
: '������ 111 X i
' i     en's   lllusl I'iiie  the  i'i ' ll
���HiM'K   ol    Mi
The    "Be
if   Mormon"   has   boon
i ich  a    home  on   ���   ..  a -
Sa'n li'inghain ii    Win    o     To
..   frid  it Is an        eai  ��hich   he
; i,    ;. . I   ,  i
I.      can   hard      l-iil        ,
lient  c . '  ���   ��� 	
in l.Slli, lh" iieiiii   cript ol h ci ine   y-
.:  :        To  the Klin    i
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the White House
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
Misses9 and
Children9s Dresses
in Dark Prints, Light Prints, Shambrays,
Muslin, Lawn ; in all sizes from L-2 year
to !7 years,
to ! 1 years.
ack Tar I Houses in size.- ui
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COLUMBIA STREET
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-.w.
proved to be a II turn ry plai larism, bu A
in. a free piii.ipln.tso of a roi moo J
written by tho Itev. Solomon Sptildlna;   A
We have lately secured the agencj for the cele- ;j;
irated American i;
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A
A
. Into   ll"'   p e--i'-  : hi   ol   .1, ���    llth,    A
|(,     j-, ,,,,   g| and  he,  silting  behind u curti       die    '_
Wilfrid  i'   iiett  oraii.it,    i tnlw1  !t  '" "!:"v '   " '  ' ll0' s'-:"
,,   , ,, .,., ev|  ..in   of sIkIiI  of  ihe  leader,   wrote
poi;  is called for at ov. ���:-,    I inner,     ho
the matter n ��� n w as gn on hlm.    -     I
'  '��� : vU      "     >' '' proto.i.led   thai   tho 1 k   ��      di
s'     '"   >A  '���    ] ��"VI    ii:''   any ,,,.,���| ,,, l)]rn [,y rovelation and dug r
1 ���"         '.'. lien    In     exfremilios.       I iis
       frellll    lhe    Siele'    of    I    hill    11.ll     fill'    I'i'.Mil I
who!,   ! fo  I'm   th,   [ia i   twenty yea   ;   Palmyrn, in the i ,ty of Ontnrlo, N. ������,
i i un    ,i ���    V.   The elalm was niailo by Smith that ! V
the writing on th" plates was ungi���'. ������ i *'���
in "reformed Egyptian," which he wtis >;
uiialili' hi road uutll mng;lc spectacles, !���-
which In' called his  Trim  ainl  Thum [ai.
mini, were given to him, enabling him J
Bride organs In.British Columbia will   both  to  read anel translate  into Eng ;.j
ma. nil',  their own consii  encj  lij Blip : 1 ish.     The   Hpeolnclos   ami   Iho   in.'lal ij
porting   the   Liberal  government, and   plates have (Usappuured. nnd tho story A
,, ,   rnins   as   their sufflcienl     re-asm. '��� "r ""' ,,i,'l:"  makes tolerably clour _
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Just Arrived one of the  laro'est  and   tno-i
complete stocks m Dritisli Columbia
SLTiS MADE TO ORD1   '. FROM s^17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORI    R. $5.00 UP
OVERCOA   3 TO ORDER. $17.0011
has been one of exi rc in
in-   train."
Whi u   i li-   nexl    I '".ii'iii ui   elci
i on:       iroun I,   wo presume   tin    Mi -
They are the nicest goods ever brought to the city. '��
Men's Gun-Metal Blucher Oxfords "Ske-
toe" Walk-Overs, a pair    -   -   $5.00
Men's Patent Colt Walk-Over Oxfords
���made on the new "Lauren's Last,"���
a pair 6.00
Men's Gun Metal Blucher Cut Walkovers,
on the "Rialto" last, a pair    -   -   5.00
Satisfaction guaranteed ci
mone;    refunded.     Suits  kept   in
rec nl charge leu- one year.     Open evenings.
THE
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOEl
257  FRONT STREET
sj   j Cor.  McKenzie   and   Front
M. LANGTR.
Lhe slog  n "Leave well alone." If the   tUo   "i:lmlrl'   '��   wlileh   the  "Book   of   >;  YOUNG FELLOW���When you Wear a pail" of Walk
McBrl(,e G��ver_m_���i   ��� ���     , it_ ������   M"n"""" ";l"ils "H""'  fi      Qvers. you eet u top-notcher for style and fit.
turn   to    lower   ami   all   the   organs ���}   '_	
said ii Hii -simply because ii happen-!    -m    HZ"*'/", "�� 1c,,,ccr'a11' ft' ~~~
UOHNSTON'
BIG SHOF' HOUSE
cl to he iii office when British Colum
Ma was sharing In the rush of prosperity createrl In lar. <��� pari lij the im n-
i ml i ommercial anil Indusl rial ml-
\ ance of Canada, surelj the iio'\ ei n
menl al ' Ittawa, w ho ie pollcj eon
i rlbuted in  Buch a mai ked degree to
The spirit  of cheerfulness is some
times the result of a happy lempera
ment whoso nerves hnvo never been
disturbed by loss, sickness or calamity,
Sometimes it Is the abundance of youth
still finding a .surplus of vigor after the I >J;
toils of tho day,   Sometimes It is the  #
expression  of  character   which   from   ���}
the reserves of Its own nature nnd ex-   ,���!
'ft'   i
���    i
SOMETHING   GOOD
Red G
IH__i___ ie_-_U_i_--___-v_-^7F-'.-X_
50c  per  pound
"ca. a��l
Cofeei
tha,     ml', iilliT    shoiilel     he  need  ._____________________________________________________________���	
Bood enough   to  oe given   , renewed \XZtton! Sdo. even S_ mS"?!.!   %.  COLUMBIA  STREET      -      NEW  WESTMINSTER g
lease of power.
courngmg circumstances and face life  fanggootxm^sm^^
I ADAMS    &    DEANq
THE   CITY   GROCERY APRIL   16-   'W
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THE
ASH STORE
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CITY NEWS     'l *^us* a ^ew Specials
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i
j treat S mn
I it  .5 an i . ��� nl  reductions
I iv-  i \ ������;'.' v I,,-1 u    Bn   .   i                  \\e- have
j < - -< .
'  'pho^AlS.    ���                    ���                     is afternoon. I '     ���� ���'������''"   "' ��">��������    '��   "'"         '    M>��!      Vn.l
,:   r.-e    V. Shildrick will ofl     ' '            ������   - s '      *l,h  '""'������-! Relish plato mirro,  ���___     ,.   J
His Hon      \\   N  m  Bol,                                          ���.,...    - --,-.    J carved doors and pillasters. a magniftwi eee o               ���
u       .         ..                       .,,-..          -                     I tun          Jl9.50? Wo th double '.!'������ monei                                                  1
.   .,   .    ...   mm        fc -  -   ���  ���   .-.. i ���     |    n tj cathedra             wh _h the cor-1 j J
riv   Liu ..i  le        ut > este   .      with
a scon       -        with ,    .-,:.'
���...   San lh, . Is
M.ss   Hel   ,   M. . -   ������ an   lefi   j e stei
daj   een  a three mouths'  holl I ij
��� ' Winnii i i an I the eas   rn cil les.
lege   will   proceed hi slish J
irch i enu'teri        . irers. J
w ill   ee J   G   ��� anion, F. Brooke Smi t
_   . \*i w mm- -ii  w   ii mi ej       i;  e1-
nisli   .i.i   one  el,
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
PL PONT   BLOCK.
Ml W   VV l.STMINSTl. I!    IV   .
Phone
.1 iin  Fell \, ...  Si w asl     e ml fc-
polico   ofllt e". -.   \ i ste   lav   ���
the'   m office,   win1
photograph    if No.  1   tower,  a ',    was resting   pending   the   passing ���
whii     was  pu  lishe i ,  . strange      dsi s   it  his   head, ���
me. was    ik< n hy Mi ���    \ ...,, n     .,���, |    mlaw i ,1 J
Heay, , nginei                 rransfer      " ntiai e m   ..   bi an Ij                  wl, ���
,..     ,              .   ,,                    ,.  , whi ' ,i I  hoon  sup die I  in  Van ���
In   Re\    ,1   S   Hen lerson offii late I *
Felh     was J
��������������������������������������������������������������������������������>���������������������������������������������������������������������������
ie late   M    S   i    i
'  '  ' ���   ���
m   the   Ins mm'   a. \
���nd ot' lasi week.
One   ol
.   iii
t tin    Iiu
ii to tin   lockn m  �� here he �� 111 i p
level        ���
Ma   n      Ki -i       In
M      ���    ||       .     ���   Ul     1 ISt     11
ex    ess   his
���
���
���
���
���
:
���
ii'. Cl ���������      . .    '
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uavoiti ence   fi ..in th,    ���
and    afel     loaded
lout;
e ami
rlor i..
n i noil     ni id. vi iii Ii was uw Ins In   lie
i meet with >o,       Ia\    ..    nit
\- i:
cu_sn_��F iNroncao
HBK
��
���a
SHIRT
mi 151 Sl SHIRT
MADE FOR rHE WORKINGMAN
Moie  Sim-   in   actuall ild u iw than   u   in e East, i    The
e who ei to wail   nnl 11 ill fine wi       ���     vould com,
eiiylng n mm ,
Man:,    el Ines ol  Spring Goods thai v. ���.������   lelayed  b;   bloek-
- have arrived, so thai  now. Inst,    I of feel u_ a ' il nervous when
.1  for'certain lines of goods,    p itul  to  be able  to show
��� Is asked  I er, in   ilniosl   everj instance.    In fact, we are show ing
handise 'i.i- season that    eopl expected to here.
Manj   people  have expri��� . ise and pleasun   at  tli    ipial
|i"      f goods shown here at such nioierate prices    and soiiu   who fu
hi,-   '.  wenl oui of town for  gam transferred   the!    pairon-
���;,. ���      '  th��   CASH  STORE,
TO-DAY we announce ..  .-.'������ o! _." Sai..  le Suits al ONK-THIRD
i'Oi'.''   regular  prices.    .Novel: j   Tweeds,   Shadow    Plaid   Wor.te Is   and
*__';,nes|i,,ns. and   Plain  Color Vicunas. Cheviots and  Broadcloths, all
reliable,   well-tailored   garments;   -  me  trimmed   with  braid, buttons
an ! Moire Silk,    doing al these prii es $12.50, $15, $18.50 to $25.
Worth If     night  ia the regulai  wai      ?lli._0 to $117.50
��� . . Some of the Advantages .
Possessed by This Workingman's Shirt
\\ oi sh ,. ed  Ml    Sir. J
���I    It.    Wa.    '   ' Waghurn    ,v    -   ier\   aeilve  and  useful   menibei   ol ���
���   an,  V       e:.       wl  . i   , ��� in,      mr    the   counrli   lie   hoped   thai   it   would ���
.i iscil             ���   .      |   the   Ciini'.iiings   not   lie  long  -before    the    gentleman
im mm.      nex,    in   the   would   Ih'   able   to   resume  his   usual J
K, a      il    Montreal,   was   in   lhe   cit>    duties ���
yesterday. ^
liar   nn el lu :   .>:   i lie   bnard ���
''���      "     ������'' 'We '.Mill   jewelry     ,,      ,.,.,.,.;,,. .,   ,,.    ;,���.    ,;,n  ,,    Columbian *
film nf Toi'unio. have written to Man    |    . ,���.,-   w\\\   : lkl.   ,,,.,,.,,  ������   w,.;,���,,. ���  n .   t      ii , _, ;,   ,
ei   Kear:    nlferin.    to    Innate   gold,   ,i���j   afternoon   In   the  mayor's   offlc-.', ��� Mllillit
" "'"    ::;    ''"���''  medals   roi   conipe    , ; ,    |,.,||,      Thl,   ;,���,ended   plans   f<vt 2   I'Ult ti'li-lloli'S 0\t l';i linislltMi1     I'lltl'l   Wi'.'l!' Olll -
the   annual   agricultural   ex    thp construction  of the  new   building J 	
hlbition  this   yeai will   not   be   submitted   lo  the  boanl ���
.,,    ,., . , , ., . until  iwo weeks  later,  when  ,,   spec ��� I w-r.   Shin Guaranteed l��  Hi��- Brand
Ibe Chinese lotteri  rase which was "  B|" T
lal n tin.   will in- called for this pur + 	
The   at e'liite'i i   has   been   Iiu - f
���
���
���
:
:
Juttons sewed on b.. hand   can'i come off,
can't rip.
up  for  trial   > estei I.;;.   in  the provincial police court v,   -     sniissed, it  be ''" ""'"���' +
,,,.-,..,   ,-   .   ,:|,:,.   |h|     ,.    the ���     sing the plans for some time past, ���
liar.iei   cu     I r.o,      ��� ,  mvicted of run- "'' '   "X;'"ns   tn   hnw   n"""   in nral ���
bouse
i''.n   i',,t   llowers, c -rnalIons  an I  fu-
.  by ihe lirsi of nexl month.   T
A Iel ter lias 1 n rec, Ived lee   Yin
ii, Ho;"- ��� .. Tel. B20S.
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
_
�����
���
���
���
���
���
Women'-   I.
��� -   52.30 to $!>.    Your choice
   $1.35
Misses'  Blue and Black  Cheviot   S  Irl        ;ood,   stron
.I'.-; lay io     evear; v      es J2..10, now  	
Misses' Lighi Tweed Skirts,   li   Checks and sl ulovv   effeel
tively mad     .   I li  pleal -, and   bul tons;     v lines   $ I
i r n i i .
.  $1.75
Missi -
lar i
l.i-iie   '|
i i
and
55.75
nernl   designs   telephone  T.   Davis   &   Kc'"'   r,'nm Ml*' MacXellage, Hecretnrj ���
the Clydesdale Breeders association ��
i,real  Britain and  Ireland, offering *
The students of the Columbian Col-   Iwo gold medals for comnet I Hon at the + *
lege  are   ,   . I -   In   fall fair, one ������ I lining donated 2 | SOLE  AGENTS  FOR  NEW WESTMINSTER |
",:,'l',,��� ,: ��� ,,m".mn,ch "i,h :i"' :"'si ciyii��s,:mi"";""'""" ""��� :������������������������������������������������������������������������<���������������������������������������������������������������������*_?
the   mainland   teams.      the   game   Is   the  besl   mare   .er   filly,     one  cnndl	
expected I i co, o ofl within the month,   tion of the award   is  thai  the horse
and   some   bar I   practice  iie  being   in    musl   be  registered   In  the  stud  hook
dulged in. of the Clydesdale associallon as  well
with   the   association   with   wblcTl
���oi   >|.   II
':    Hive  111
I   of   the   l ie al   br lers nre con
nocted
_    i
' '   'li    '. ll' ' '  '       lol les.      i .1   I .      Is        ll ,
ei''.   '.mi In riii"   Info, ma1 Ion.   sl al
;'   ��� '"' ��� fo'    ' '   : " "' ""'i1'      Mr.   I'..',   :,  dl, ���( e ii   "   tour of the
l(,wns   from .  ,., . , ,, ,.,,.,,   H .���.,,   ,,  w,��� |U1],
ai   . In    exhibition,   has   v <n
i tl,    inn nil ���.'.  uf i he \, n   \\'i a min
'  ., ���   Yrihui   to I lie Coast.
r.   ;i.   Blair,  v,hi.  was  ti )   on
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ites ioY Fire Insurance you have
ien in the habit of paying. When
your premium is due just give us
a call and compare our rati s.   We
can save you trom 15 to 25 cents
m the dollar.
erly-live  pieces, ami  |_  re nlzod
a,   i me .1     lie besl in i he I torn In
��� mi       The   . iM-      .i ill    !.e   considered
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cLEOD, MARK &  CO.
rhe Farm Land Specialist .
New  Westminster
...WEDDING    GIFTS...
Do you find  it. difficult to decide on a suitable' article fen- that
" . nt?   If   .. allow us to offer a feu - iggi itions:
In Cut Glass-Wate.  Bottle,   Salt Set,   Va ������.   Bowl,   Nappy,
Sterling Silver and Sllver-Platcd Goods   Cabinel
and Fori , &c; Tea Set,  Salad Bowl,  Soup 1 ireen,   Pudding
. i'ai i  i
Oak Tra . I"    ii  Jar  B ittei Dis     ���    '   ' I '��� "" ��� &c-
W. C. Chamberlin,      Tl" Jewe"r
A CEN T HA MIL TO \   VI A TCH
linn hi -. vill lake place nl ' he Holj
ledral    111    evening    il    I
', "���       '. he     " ,M er �� :l! be I he Rev.
(leoi'te   Hutu i n   of   VII   Salnl i,   Van-' threatening  language,   nol   later   than   |
Ml   an   Invited    I -  attend,   -"   '"' ! ' ' '   ' '   '" *i,i''   ',;i' ,u'
but   e   special  'invltntion   is   extended   W01I,��1  ;il;" "'  """'   b :':  ln ';'" dar1
���    ib,   ' , He     ��� ihe cil      The gei vice   :,';;  Derha '    ' ae  "   ';'''"'   '���'"'li'1   "
will   i,e  of ."iii '  Thanksgiving  llvu vei     ' ' '     S,I""M  Plourello
nature ""'  'i:'1''   ''"  :i,""i|i,,'u"  '''  l,!! "'  ���'
| witness,  which Is two years, he will
books   ARE   CilNG  FAST.   BEE very likelj have time to cool his sen
PAGE TWO. fluents Bomewhal towards the chief.
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The rontlnue I i        ! vi "li dn -- ed   Men i      Lh
Cloi ��� in be depended upon to satl I
-   the New brol n check anel plaid patterns
Ui iys   Blues and the Smar; Brown and olive mlxl
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McKENZIE STREET   -   OPPOSITE  LIBRARY
Telephone 302
SINGLE AM DOUBLE BREASTED  CUT
$10, $12. SU, J18, $20, $22, up to $25
Everything  now   blossoms with  Spring  freshne . i
at this writing win b easy task,
H. L.  DeBeck
P.O. Box 213
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DIVIE OF  GOOD  CLOTHES.
,J THE   DA I LY   X EWS.
TUESDAY.
APRii.
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an execution in india.       Land Registry Act.
NOTICE.
TL . War a Sinn (Jullty nt Mnrilur !'���-
<l��-p\�� .-iil    ll.M-npilation.
A letter from India to a German paper gives this account of the execution
near Bombay of a man who had been
found guilty of the murder of his
brother-in-law: "The question as to
whether the culprit should be executed
or sent to prison for life w. -, as is the
custom, submitted to the family of the
murdered man for decision. All, Including the wife of the murdered, voted for death. When the place of execution was reached the condemned
man knelt, and the ropes which were
fastened to bim  were' handed over to
sistants.   The one I,iart cularly  knrxv:i  ;iml  described
the executioners
who held the neck rope took a few
steps before the' kneeling man and tbe
oilier two stood at either side. Then
ibe executioner, armed wiih a razor
edged, heavy knife', advanced ami
asked in a loud voice, 'Who authorizes
the exec-utlon
TAKE NOTICE thai an application
has been made to reeglster Francis c.
Honour as the owner in tie simple,
under a tax sa!.1 deed from Uie Mayor
and Treasurer of the t'it.\ of New
Westminster, to Francis ('. Honour,
bearing date the 2nd day of October,
A. n. 1903, of all ami singular that
<���' ; lain | ai eel or tract of land and
premises situate., lying ainl being in
the city of Xew Westminster, in the
province   in'   British   Columbia,   more
as
Pe
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai six-
it. days after date we Intend to apply in
tli" Hon.the Chiel Commissioner of Lands
.nu! Works for permission to ei;t ami car-
ry away the timber trom _li.��� following
described lamls. sH.iate ni Kitsumgallum
Valley. Coast   district:
"0.���Commencing .it a post planted
eel .niii 3._ miles nortii of tbe north-west
corner of <_'. K. a. Green's preemption
| claim, then running as fellows: SO chains
east; 80 chains south; 80 chains west and
SO en.iins north to point of commencement.
21.���Commencing at a enst planted
it ei; 3% miles north of the north-west
corner of C.F.A.Green's preemption claim,
then running as follows; 160 chains west;
-lu cliains south;  160     ns east and 40  situated
chains north to the point   of commenci
i ment.
22.���Commi ncing   at
about -I miles north of the north-west cor
south; l2i> chains cast to Skeena Rlvei
tl ence along river to point of commend
mi m. containing .4<e acres, inure or les
Located   February  22,   1907.
WII.I.IAM   MOODT,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Locators.
Frank Vandall. March 22, 190
ilium   River,    Coast District,  shore Hue 20 <
NOTICE.
subdivisions   I".   18, 19, of lot 8, sub-
lie Man   I lock 9,
^ i    anil each of you are requin 1 to
contesi the claim of the tax purchaser
Kitsunij.
Range 5:
claim No. 1.���Commencing at apost
planted 25 miles up from the mouth of
Kitsumgallum River.on the west bank
of Kitsumgallum Lake, runnin. as follows: SO chains west; 40 chains
south; in chains west: 80 cliains
north; 120 chains east; and 40 chains
������ south to point of commencement.
Noiice i.s hereby given that no days claim No. 2.- Commencing at a post
after date I intend to make aplication planted about 23 miles up from the
to the Hon. the Chief Commissioner raouth of the above river, on the east
of Lamls and Works, for a special li- banii of the Kitsumgallum Lake;
cense '<> cut ami carry away limber thence Mi cliains east; 40 chains
from    the   following   described   lamls,  south;      I"   chains   west;     sn    ebains
south, more or less, to the river;  then
Coasl  District Range -"i eiisuict. No. northerly along the river to the point
i-"-:   i tent..i  mi. commencing at  a  stake  plan,ed o.  commencement.
at a   post  on  the Enchesbese  River,     claim No. 3.- Commencing at apost
���hams. ,
]X'iin  of  commenci .
��� mi
in   acres,   more  or   1-
DATED  this   19th
'   !'-
1907.
The  Mclaughlin      ���-.. '
��� ���
LTD.
By C. It   McLaughlin, |
M
.;;.���Commencing   at    a    pest     plant
about " miles nortii ol the north-west corner et'  '.'. F.A.Green's pre-emption  claim,
wilhin   forty-five   days  from   the  elate  then running as follows: 160 chains east;
,i- ii.    n. .i   , ���e ie    ,i .,    ,��� ,i- .���        ���"' chains north;    160   chains  west;    jn
1 the chief of police publication ol this notice,  chains south to point of c mcement.
.      '       . '   .       otherwise  I shall  register  Francis C.     tM.-'-Commt-ncing   .it   i    post    planted
answered,     Ibe   law.       Ibe   question about C miles north of the north-west cor-
was asked ami answered three times.    MOnour as owner thereo!  m lee', and  I   ner   il  C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim
while the armed man advanced, slowly   direel   thai   publication of this notice
swinging iiu' mighty   blade.    As   the   In a daily newspaper published in New
last   answer  was   heard   an   assistant   Westminster foi
ier uf C. I\ A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then  running  as follows;  SO chains east; about   a   mile  and  a   hall   up from  its   planted   a!   lhe   south-west   corner   ot
SO chains north;    SO chains wist and  SO moilt]
chains south to point of commencement. north
a:i   assistant    Westminster for thirty days shall  be
i edle point into   _ | ana- sufficient service hereof.
Dated '.' the Lan 1 ���'��� ;i?i - i iflh ��� .
Ni w W< stminster, pr.. Ince < Iritish
Columbia,  this 19th day    I   March,    _.
v. as
i xecutioner thrust
the 1% lin-  man's back .".ml  be made |
an involuntary m ition forward with his
head.      Tin'   three'   ropes   were'   i tilled
taut, lea' Ii . I he neck extended to the
utmost.   Al ih" same Instant the knife   "��� 1:'"'-
whirred through the air ami the head
of the murderer rolled in the isand."
LIVE  LIKE A KING.
:i
C. S.  KEITH,
Districl R< rl frar.
To 'e orge W. Jamieson, Esq.
''���'���'��� i ers ens serve'.] with this noiice.
aii! those claiming through or under
'i'< mi, and all persons claiming any
interest in the said land by virtue of
in- ;��� ri nn ng . follow s i : 60 chains easl e
1" chains south; le." chains west; t"
chains north te point ef commencement.
25.���Commencing   e.t    a   post     planted   thence
about 0 i dies ne rtli of tbe north-west corner ef c. F.A.Green's  pre-emption  claim,
then running as foi    ��� ���      ...... ins ��� ,i-i .
I" . Iiains north ;     !���' ���   e hains  we si ;     -i"
is -..-.iiii in point of iommenci nn nt.
Commen at   a    pes-     plante d
���  it .' mile s in.! m. ef ;!." north-west cor
ir :��� ef <'. !���'. .... ' in . n's  pre-i ml ti"ii claim,
��� l'. ii ' inning i - follows    4 i chains ��. -i
i -ii.  chaii --  south ;    40 e i ains easl ;     160
is mi   th to point ol c iiiiiiiii ont
:hence east 40 chains, thence
n chains, thence west mi
chain?, thence south SO cliains. thenci'
i���;. ��� 10 chains to point of commencement.
102.
Commencing at a point near the
nn .th of Union Creek at the east line
of the Indian Reserve, at the bead of
I'nion Bay, near the mouth of Works
Channel, Range 5, Coasi District,
In chains south, thence So
chains oast, thence SO cliains north,
tie nee 80 chains west, I hence 40
chains sonth to the poinl of cora-
: , ncement.
103.
T. I.. 7942; thence 40 cliains east; 80
chains south; 40 chains east; 80
chailis south; 40 cliains wes'. nioie or
less, to the Kitsumgallum River;
thence northerly along the- river to
the point  of commencement,
Ciaim No. 4 -Commencing at a posl
planted about 16 miles up from the
mouth of the Kitsumgallum River, on
the east bank; thence 10 chain east;
160 chains south; I" chains wi st,
more or less, to the river; tin nee
northerlj along the river to bfio : oinl
ee. commencement.
claim No, 5.   Commencing a' a
planted aboul   16 miles up    from the
i' ���  mencing at a posl on the north mouth ni "'" above rlver' ";i '"'
������  of   Work's   channel.  Range  5, bank;    thence   SO ebains  west;    SO
Coast   District,   about   a   mile  and   a chains south; SO chains east, more or
planted hall  i 'low Worsfold  Hay. thence 120 ���''���-������;' '" !,u' rlveri    thence noi
miles north ol h-wesi cor-   chains   north, thence   Ml   chains   east, along   Hie   river to   ila'   poinl   I'i   com-
\. 7o.^wsT80mcPha?nsvvesT; thence south to shore, thence westerly  mencement
In ���   ��� unning
SO c   lins nortii   S 0 chains ��� asl ; 80 chains
'. ���  ith i" poinl of coi   ��� ��� no i  e nt.
2S.���Commencing   at    .e    post     planted
iabout 7 miles north of tl." north-west corner of C.F.A.Green's  pre-emption  claim,
\<>t ii Dlfllcull Halter In u Modern
New   \ erl.   Hotel.
No crowned head ever pillowed itself
for a night's lodging with the satisfae ���y unregistered instrument, and all ','������ ?hX. ^th�� �����^^t^^lnTU
tie.u of knowing that under the same persons claiming any interest in the chains north to the point of commemce-
roof there were a thousand Persons said land by descent, whose title is,11"!1;' Conimencing al n post planted
paid to look after its safety, comlort nn; registered under the provisions of aboul : miles north "f the north-west corner ef C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim
ieli.llL
ment.
shore  to   point   of   commence-
and luxury, unless that crowned head
found itself in-a modern New York hotel, where a regiment of "help" is employed, consisting of clerks, chefs, pastry cooks, meat cooks, bakery men,
soup cooks, detectives, watchmen, engineers, electricians, plumbers, carpenters, laundrymen, doormen, porters,
butlers, waiters, stewards, wine aud
cigar experts, decorators, messengers,
waiting maids ami chambermaids.
Any  person  with If I  iu  his  pockets
can have the advantages of this regimental array of servants for one day
by paying the price of a room at any j
(if the greater hotels recently construct-
provisions of
the' "Lain] Registry Act." shall le,. forever estop] ed and debarred
ting un air.- claim to or in respeel nf
'l.e said land so sold for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Art."
l!  be for-  then running    - follows: 4" cliains north;
from Set-   "'  '' :'i;:~  west;     10      ..Mas    north;    4n
chains west;   SO chains south-;   120 chains
cast to point of comnu nee mi nt.
30.���Commencing at n pes' planted
about le chains north of the south-west
coiner of Location No. 26, then running
..- follows: 160 chains west; 40 chains
north i 160 chains i ast . and 40 chains
...  th  to point  of ce :.".. -.' ��� ment.
31.���Commencing   at post     planted
���'    m   '. .litis--  north  .a   the south-we sl
i 'iaim No. 6.- -Commencing at a pi
planted  12 miles up  from the mouth
10J. ot'     tie'     ijver.     ou     the   west   i.lillKi
Conimencing at  a   post  on  lite shore thence    I"   chains   west;      40     chail
opposite  the   mouth  of   Hear    Creek se.'iih;     40 chains  east;     SO    chaini
and about a half a mile north on ill'' south;   60   chains  east,   more'  or  less,
north arm of Work's Channel, Range to  the  river;   thence northerly along
5,  Coasi     District,   thence    west    7b the river to  the  poinl   of commence-
i i.e.ins. thence north SO chains, thence mint.
cis; to shore, thence southerly along claim No. 7. Commencing at a posl
shore to poinl of commencement. planted about 40 chains wesl of He
-IP5, south-wesl corner e.t ihe old Kitsum
Commencing at a 'stake on tim '-Milium reserve; thence 160 chains
beach about 50 chains south of the ��'���-!; ���'<" (hams south; 1C0 chains
mouth of Bear Creek on the north east; 10 chains north, to point of corn-
arm   (f  Work's    Channel,  Range    .".. mencement.
Coast   District,  thenci' east  90 chains.      Claim  No. S     Conimencing ai a posl
then '    north  SO chains, thence west planted  <.11    the north-west  corner oi
to   the
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
beach,   thence  southerly   and
ecach  to  point  of
SEALHf)  TENDERS  addressed    to
ed in tbe metropolis, though, of course,   ,:.,. ,-,.,, , ,
,, . ��� , . _.' ., - ��� .., ';'he commissioner of Dominion Lams.
$4  is the lowest figure.   Many of the ! _,        , ���   ,
rooms cost double that sum a dav, and DePartment of the Interior, and mark-
some of tin' state apartments, with ed on lhe envelope "Tender for Tim-
bedrooms, gorgeous parlor, private din- her lie rth No, 514," will be received
ing room and bath, are nut let for less at tiii- Department until 12 o'clock
than $100 or $125 a daj'. Even the four noon on Wednesday, the 26th day of
dollar rooms have baths, but the price i Ji,ne, 1907, for a license to cut timber
ef room or apartment does not include   ,,,.   -,.,..-���,,   ��.   -, , ,
,      ti ..       ,.,�����, "   '' - ':i   No. '''I-   comprising;  lands
meals.���Remsen Crawford  n Success.       ..   ,.. .    ..    _
situate m the Province of British Col-
Pr._e_ce of  Mimi.
It is a mistake to think that it is
oniy   the   Englishman   who  keeps bis
a crisis.    When a  passenger
 :i"!' of   Location   No.   20,   then   runnin!:
as  follows:    160 chains west;  40  chains  westerly  along the
[south:   160  chains east;   40 chains  north  ,...,,.,,,..'-,...,���,,�����
to point '���:  comme no ment. '
::.'.���Commencing   at   a    post    planted 10s.
about 4 miles north of thi north-west cor- (-, . . , -uj;],. ;>i ;l stake "' ' chains
ne,  of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption  claim. '"'.'   ',   '      ' .,'     ,.',,���   .  ",,      ,   ' .
then running as follows: 160 chains west; easl ' ' the mouth oi Mink < reek al
-,'��� chains .outh; 160 chains easi: 4" the head of Work's Channel, Range 6,
chains north to point of commencement, Coasl District, thence wesl SO chains,
containing 6 I" acres, more or !��� ss.
WM MOODT,
FRANK VANDALL,
T I. 71' 1"; thence 160 chains wt st;
la chains north; 160 chains 1 ast; 411
.'iiains south, to point of commencement,
Claim No. 9.- -Commencing at apost
planted em the    north-west  coiner ol
T.   L,  7945;   thence   160 chains  west ���
10   chains   south:   160  cliains east, to
thence   north   SO  chains, thence  east   the west  line of T   L.  7945;    thence
'i   chains, thence' south 80 chains, to along the line to point of commence
Frank Vandall.
Locators,
March 21.  1007.
NOTICE.
; 1 Int of commi ncement.
107.
Commencing at a poini on Lach-
mach River near the corner of lot 195
at the head of Work's Channel, Range
.*.. Coast District, thence 4'1 chains
west,  thence  So chains  south,  ihence
inent.
claim No. 10.���Commencing al a
post planted on the west line of T. L.
7945, about 40 chains south of the
north-west     corner     of     T.   I..   7945;
umliia
head   In
steamboat suddenly struck a rock oh
Hongkong tbe either day, a number of
Chinese on board promptly started
looting the passengers' trunks.���Punch,
The Attraction,
Nell- Isn't she a peculiar girl? She
wouldn't look at him when he was
rich, but now, after he's lost all bis
money, she accepts blm. Belle -"Well
you know how crazy every woman l��
to ^et anything Unit's reduced!
ind described as follows;
Timber   lb rth  No.  .",11. comprising;   1.1 1
two    blocks    in   about  Township  27,
Ranges 1 and _. Wesl of the 6th Meridian, in the vicinity of Carnes Creek;
Block I.���Conimencing at. the southeast corner of Timber Berth 407;
thence westerly alone; the southern
lioun lai. ol said berth 1.50 miles, with
��� 1 depth of half a mi!e;. measured at
right angles thereto, containing 0 75
square miles, more or less.
Block 2.���Commencing   aboul    i1,
Id,    1 ''   Work's     Channel.   Rm
1 to point of coi
miles anove^m junction ol the North       ,
corm r   of   the  . Id   Kit sumRallum   Indian
;.. --.;",'..  then   160 chains n esl ; 40
',1'iul, :   100   chains east;  40  chains  south
i" 1 oinl of comme ncement.
34.���Commencing at a post plant'.I Cons; District, thence SO chai
40 cnn ns west of the ne rtl 1 -��� corn r of t] , .,... M, cn_.in.S west th
I       tlon No   S3, then 160 chains west; 4n     , ..     .. ,    '
chains north;   160 chains east;  40 chains   '-'mm-   soutn,   tin.,       _(J   ch
- ��� ���    to point of commencement. to    olnt of commencement,
��� '������::,. ncing   at    !���    post     planted 108.
I" chains wesi of the n  rl    ���.      corner of      r, ���  r. , ...;.,,. , . ., ',,,,.. ,.��� ,1,     .1
...     84 then t 1 .... w, ,t; 40     '   n mencing at a post on the south
10 chains side ol Fordcrago River, about a mile
and   '  half up from its mouth, thence
north,
nee    SO
. s    asl
'**.*_' ^   ,���'*.''���."-.
-ry : '���" ."������ v. -*t>
::
the
South Porks of Carnes Creeic, on
'e-.ders fcr a License to
cm Cc -e.ii'on Lands i.i I
:.' E   tish Columbia.
Cut Tin-
he Prov
I   . ���     planted
west  ol   the  north-easl
.....   .  ol   Ln   .  ion No   35   then  1,;" cl aln
-     A":!"    '",:k:      thi nee   up  . ,-1 ; , .,.  east;  ue    hains 1
stream   60   chains  iu   direct   distan   ���' ''   '   ���  --'' 'A  ~:  ���''''  t" ;''    t commence-
������' oi It  chains, on   lie east- ,-,,   . .   ,      ls1    p] ......
er! '        ���'      easure.l [chi     :        so chains w st ol    tin ;  ���
.,   . ���       .     ,,, 1  , . ,   corner  of  Location   N      35,     thence     Hi"
���   g, m ral bearing   ii said   .     -., norti,; .;.. ,,,   .    .      ; ioo .
'���: . ..., bin   m,   herth   1 ontain-'l''"' ���    '" ������-.���.. ni of co
ment.
1 'i iim No. 12, Commi ncing al a
1 "-' planted al the south-east coi nei
of T. L. Tli 15; them e running 1G0
hains  we 10 chain,  south;     1G0
chain- east: thence 10 1 ha as i h
to ] oinl of commencement,
. .1   ated  I'ei.i uary  11.   1907,
WILLIAM  MOODY,
PRANK  VANDALL,
Loi at, . s.
'   Ter Fn ;:.. Van lall,
Mar, h 22, 1907.
>< aled    Tend rs    addressi d to the
nml - . ��� ��� ��� of Dominion Lands, De-
��� ��� 1 'ne ni of the Interior, and marked
'"'  ilc ei.-,-.- lo] '��� "T, nder for Timber
b No. 513,"    will  be  rec ived a;
1       D pa   in, at until l_ o'clock noon
" vV, In,    lay, the 2fith daj  of June,
'".  foi      license to cut  timber on
���  N'i . mprii Ing  lands situ-
��� ..''o'. Ince of British Colum-
and   [escribed I     .  Hows:
.. ""'���   Xo.  513, comprising
'������-.���        ������   I; Ing on the 1 ast< .;.    id
I'k   01    111", j]]| XV;,,,'   Riv-
er.it 1..'.. nshi] 1     27 and  2S,
��� ���'.'-        ��� the 5th Meridian.;
'  '    riii    the tracl lying.
M' tween  Blocks
���    Bei      174   and ex-
m   .     three
an b ���
��� ���   .1 ,' .     1    lesi
-'
mm  the      Id H !,
. ;   :    .    ild Bt 1       . '     n    extend
ild River   lire    rjua,
ea of
.     ��� ���
The 1 < .''li mu I : e ui .- ed ... li
In a.- ea ; :��������� da 1 ol Ihe n 1
iie e awarding 1 h,   berth,
The re .illations under which a lice nse will ii" Issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, maj be
obtained at this De] artmi m 01 al lln
office of the Crown Timber A) enl til
New Westminster, B. C,
1 !a,'.-.  ten li r musl   be a mi anted
by an accepted cheque on a , hart,
bank In favour of the Deputy of I ie
Minister of the Interior, for the am
oi'tii of    the bonus which 'lie   appll- I
cant Is prepared to pay for a Hi, 1
No ten i ;  ".   m legraph wil] he   . .
tertained.   The hi hi sl 01 an   tender :
j   t necessarily accopled I
PERL   'e   G,   ������;    .
Depart: enl of ti e 'tit rlor,
Ottaw i.Aj ri! 2nd, 1907.
an are;   of .37 square mil,   . more
1 less, ( xcluding any poi : n   of Thn-
bei   Bi rths  Nos. 467 an I  175    ivlli li
mi iy fa i   vithin same.
Tin 1 erth musl b, survi yed within one year after the date of the no-
tii ������ . ..'  the berth.
The  regt la lorn   under   which  a   license    -.: Ill    e    Issued, also    printed
foi .1 -   ol   ten !' :���  an 1 env,   1] e, 'may
I at thl   Departm, nl or ai
���    ' '     e Crown Timber A    nt
nl Ne      '  ���   Iminster, B. C.
Each ten       musl        aci ompanied
'��� ���   cfpted i   - ;m.     n.' chart,  -
���   ���   ,-or of th,  Deput;  ol
Int, rlbr,    foi    the
. ������     '' .     ,. . ���   ,     ;   - ���     1 '
nl   tl     nort h-wi rne 1   ��� cation  X...
the, '     halns  west;     so   chain
1 -���       and  SO  1
.1  ;,.     t of commi'i
30     ' loi g at       1 ��� -'   planted at
-   rth-west       1 ������  :��� 1 i'   :       ���        No.  S,
��� ���   ,. mi , .   I, . ; SO chnf
i cast;    ���" [.olnt of
coi    nence,
.   ' '        .'...-'
1 1; ::.k \:  :. all
i...
-   ith CO , hains, ihence 1 ast so chains,
thence  north  su chains,   thence   . ,
' '..'.- -. thence south 40 chains to
i" '���-���.' ��� ' commencement. Th" 1 I ove
river 1 mpt 1, 9 Into the north a m of
Wi Chamnell, Range 5, Coast   1 ��l
I riet, ;      it a  mile and a half sou h
v ���' -   '  .      "  hea !  of  the  north  arm
'.:���.   In  from the ens;.
109.
B' | '" ling al   a   ; osl   on   the  shor,
er end  of the  north ai m
"    '.'..   !.'-   1 _iannell,   Range  5,  Coast
Distri t, aboul  20 chains soul . of il' ���
ith   ' '    Sm m    ' In ' ';.   then.""   < a I
i ii;,.   thence   north   40 chi irs.  !';"1L:" "��� C asl  Distil, I;
th   ice west  160 chains, thence south      Commencing    I ope-
to poin: e [ commencement,  hall mile easl of tho In    1 of Du      I
110. li I on the   nortii     Ide   ot   the   inlet,
'��� ���:.:)..' ncing  at   a     osl   pi inted  al   "Kl;,' ' ,s-    :
���' Pord ('"���������/. on the 11
NOTICE.
- iTICE  is   HERE! :   e.      .-;  thai
;' '     lays afti     latp 1      ��� 1 .      applj
to the I'ouoi.'   ' le ('!,;���    1 ���.
��� ��� ..   Lan Is an I VV01 ks fe - (on
to  pui  has     '     fi   '      ., ,:,
li ml .    situal   i    nn    1 lial
Midd ������   an I    South    D mdi s    Is . n I
ins
a mile, 1 ontalnlng
��� ��� m ... a
V] inisl
... .11    .     ���  ��� ���   ���....
.
cense,
'.
essaril ���
No lendi telei
M
PERLEY G KEYI.S
Secret ..
1 ���       mi .' ��� f the Interior,
.   .prii  2nd,  1907
NOTICE.
'    iTICK    1.-'    HICREl  '.'
r date '          ���
��� .   ���       : i .
: ������    :
'   ���    it .      .                                from
.   .  ���   il              .'   i .- .��� ���
'
���   . f
-
���
ne, -iii   thence  SO ch ...    east;  t
bo     of  Work's Cl 11 m II    i1 mge  Fi   soutl1 ;'' f:,,il1    lnl' t;   thei
Coast District, th, n, 1     1 chai,    north ''   '   :'   '���  '"'; ' '���    '������ '"'     -
'1  the
:
1
- ���    ���
.v.,   :,
,   We               m    . . - ut  n  ]
..'  a    ml        7. ���.          ��� r.  uliotil
. 111. ni 11         from I n        ���   '
.....      - 100  1                      'ilu
  ' .    -I' 1   1 ��� I : 1 i 11 s
���  .   . (i point of
ement, con
li
N'o
'     ���!      ..
le from the mouth, on thi   1
���      ...    river;   ���'...,.        .     chains   easl
thi m" SO  chains    ea -'      thence    80
chains sotyth, mon  less  to . hore,
''    ice 1   sf, dy i'i'  ic  shor i  -'���. point
" 'con ment,
S.   il.   PORD.
F, II. CH .GO.
.Marc. 21,  15   .
to ���  .''-.>' ol comnu nei , ient,
S.  ll. FORD,
P. H   CR Min.
I.in ii
Mi ; :.  19 17.
NOTICE.
~-      NOT]
NOTICE.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office 'Phone 18P.       Ham 'fnona 131
Columbia ��.
\'OTI -'     11 ttEBY  GIVEN
"   ���    li   ���     1   Intend to
'    '     Hfipllcatl  ii    In    the    11.1,1.  the
Ini? nt *i post Chi ner  of    Lands    an 1
1  Wi   ks foi    ' . ui- ��� on to ' 11 and e ir
tii    er from    tho    :  llowing
10 Hn     lands     Hunted  at   I lotham
aloi 1   river    to  poini   of Sound, New  Westmlns er District:
���   .��� menl, c    Uiinii     I 1      ���     8, more ���     ,      ,, ,      ,    .
,,,- |, ,    l.   ; ���     ..��� in : ig ai ������ stake 10 chains
Claim'No.   15.   Co nch       al   posi  wsl of small baj at th.-. head of Hoth-
lanted on   the  Zyniugutitz   R   er,  about  am Sound;     Ihence north  80 chains;
miles up. from the rt h   on the east   ,;,,.,,,.,.  wes)   SO chair   1   thonce  South
," ;.v;'!!,;.,,:',,,,i;;";;.';��� mV';;,:- o chains; ,:,���-   ,    so chains .���
tin -nee    ;n chains northerly along river toJpo nl  of commencement.
,-;'   more0o.n]0inSs"m'*nt' '���"",;li"inK ,;'"'    2.-Commencing a,  a  slake at  the
north-east   corner   of   claim    No. I;
IS   HEREBY  GIVEN   th  I
la     niter date I Inten I to .1 .
lone        le ( lii"i  Commission
a       nd \\ "���'    foi permission
i"   ��� in ha .- the    foil iv Ing   de erl ied
1.em1 .   : a. ted mi �� hat Is called Mi 1
lan ; Soul 11   Dundas  Island,  flani
District;
Commencing ai  11  po I    planted al
the head of Swan Ink ::  thence 1 oul h
100  ( hains;    thence easl  su chain 1;
the;,, q norih to shore; thence west, r
ly and north-westerly along 1 he 11101 ���
'������ poinl of 1 ommencement,
Im   II.  CRAOO,
Man '1 _::. 1907.
Uaggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly t.o my
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram  Depot
N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block    N.w Wc.tminster, B.C.
('laim   N '.    10.    < 'eiiiiii' ncing    al    t 1
. .    _  ..ii   ' 11    Zymagatitz   BlVcr,   about
iwo   mil, b   'in   from   the m   outh,   een   the
. . st   bank  of   rive r;   thenc ���   IG0     cbains
..-1 : in chains north ;  160 chanis wi st to
river;   then 10   chains  southerly   along
���Iver tn point  of commencement, containing 'i in ner es, ui....  or 1 ���
Claim   No,   17.    Commencing    at   posl
ul -i  on   lhi    Zymagatitz   River,  about
me mile no from the mouth, on the
��� ink of river; thence it) chains west
chains   north ;    l"   chains   1 asl   tei   rlvi r;
. m"   i'i"  chains southerly   along   river
1, point of comme !"���' ment, containing 640
ci eg,   more   or   le ss.
' ��� iim  No.   1 s,    Comme ncing    at     post
nted   eu   the   senile   bank    of   Skei nn
e nboul   half  mile  below  thn  mouth
m  Kitsumgallum Riv, r; thence 80 chains
.   so   chains   cast;   80   chains  north
.   ski ��� '.ee   River;   tl plica  along   river tei
oi .��� nt,  conl lining   1 1
eres.   mo,	
1   .'.'...   ;  .    .'. mm 'ncing    al   posl
,1   ,,!i   the    f   iti     bank   of   Ski ��� na
ml half mil" up from the mouth
,f   Klti       rallum   R     r,   on   the     1 "uth
,   of ;-��� .e.    .  Rlvi im  thence  120  cl anls
LAND  PURCHASE  NOTICE.
.'OTICE  IS HEREBY
Toi'*
thenc north  80 chains;   thence west . .  ,      ,,,,-.,,..,,-.
80 cbains: thence saiiiii 80 chains;! N0TICE IS HEREB. GIVEN that
thence easl SO chains to point of com ���'''���' ll:i',s !lll,'r <llll�� we Intend to
nn ncement ' apply   to   the   Honorable     the Chief
3���Commencing ai a pom 10 chains  Commissioner of  Lands aad
west or the north-east corner of Claim   .��� ���   ���
No. 2; thence north 80 chains; thence  f��r   "ermlsslon   '"  ",m ':"'
sn   (hains;    thence   south   sn   lowlng tract of land situated in Coasl
chains; thence easl 60 chains to poinl   District,  fo. a  Mill Site.     Commenc-
Work .
lie  foi
NOTICE.
��� hou .J
NOTICE   IS  HEREBY GIVE'
30  days alter date.   1
to   the   Ilmi.   Chief   1
Lands  and   Works,   f,
to cut and carry awa;
following described I: ���
follows :
1. Commencing ai
on   Hernando    Islan |,  .-
trict, at  the southv, 1   1
tion ii; thence north v"
(���ast mi chains; thence
thence west 80 ch In   I
mencement.
2. Commencing
or.  the northwesl  .
tin nee east  SO  ch:
���    ch Ins;   1 hen
��� hen e  noi th   v"  , '.
1 : 1, icement.
.' .nmen, Ins
���   ���  e north Vi est ,
then ���   north   10
. Iiains;   thence  .-   .
thence' ivest 80 chfl
ne n< 'inent.
J.  R.  AGAR
John Carlson, Locati r,
Mai
Land Registry Act
Re  Subdivision  S ai      ���   ���  ..
- ibui .ini   Block  7, Ni v
City.    Whereas   proof  of th,
C,  Miifaie-   e.f   Title   N'.iinbi    ' .
Issued In the name of Gri     p. pr
has been filed In this offle 1
Nojj.ee is hereby given
a! tin- expiration ol on,
the date of the flrsl  pul
of  is sue a duplicate ol the
ficate,  unless in the   m,   di
objection be made ���.   m,
C. S. KI
District  Ki . .-���'.     .
Land  Registry Ofllce,  N, .
ster, B, C, March 1 I
(hains
line ol
line to
thence   160  chains wesl;    40
i'AKK NOTICE ih.-i*  thirty flays  after  '    ' """.    "'^"""     '"��� u. ������   -, ���   .ei������n   soutj,.   l60 chains east   to lhi
..  ���    ,.,,   intend to apph  to thi   Chief Com-   west,   thence   80 chains   south,   thence   -,-    ,'-',-���     1,   V     1 ,1
mi M. ner of Lands and Works tor special  SO chains east, thence 80 chains north.       . '"   '' !''-   ""'"<''' '"""-
������   licenses   to    it  and  carry away thence 46 chains west to point of com-  poiu'  "!   commencement,
^he^KiS Se.:^Lt mencement. Claim   No.   Il.-Comm, 1   at    .,
Coasi District: 100. post  planted on the south-west corner
i'i    Commencing   at   n   post    planted      Commencing  at   a   post   40   chains ''���   '''   !-���  7945;     thence    running   160
' easl of the river at tii" nortii line of chains west: 10 chains north; 160
the Indian Reserve, at the in.mth of chains eas'. to Ihe w it line of T, I.
���le'   Enches-hese  River  on the   north  794");    thence 40 chain th aloi
the  line tee   j 1 M '   .      i    .��� .;,. ne eauenf.
I
iJiV^-d :*��i<\; '^"^
* ". - '���'...; ->-���
.-..-..���.:,- ..:, :;._....���'.;
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    HOM
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
A:,   available Dominb n La
in the Railway Belt iti B   ti \
  may be hon.' stei   ��� .
sou who is the sole In . -1 . :
01 any male over Is    eai    ol
the extenl of   one piartei
ll 0 ... res, more im- I,
Entrj  must be ma le .������ 1
the local land office '������ . lhi
which the land is .-it mte.
Tke homestead' r I   n quln I 1
form the conditions  < onnei ���
with under one ol the follow
iii   Al least si.v monl hs' re
upon and   cultivatii n of   tl
��� a h year for threi   yi irs.
12)    i; Mu' f,  be moth
rati ��� ." h deceai 1 I), ol the b
'    ���' --des upon ��� farm in the .
o; the land enten d . r,    In
ita as to resldenc,    nay be
. ICll     pe 1 . eli      ���    .     ���,::      ,
'   hi ������ 01  mother.
' ��� ���    If the Be tier ha    bl
���    . :��� 1.    1 upoi in
������.   hlm In the vii Initj ol
'��� "!���   'li<'   requlr, ments   a:
ei' ie. <��� may I,,, satisfied    by 1
ui ��� 11 the Bald lan :
Six months' nol ce In ��  Itin    '
���  Riven to tin'   1 , ,, 1
minion Lands nl Otti wa of In
to apply for pat,   1
Coal Lends maj   bi   pur, Iiii ��� 1 m
i' i' ai re for sol   ���....   and | L'd I
thraclte,     Nol  mi re than   320 1
can be acquired bj one Indl. I I
company,    Royalt;   al  the rat,
ci ms per i, r j, 1 pounds (h
collected on the ; obs output,
W. VV. CORY
Deputj of Lhe M nl ter 1 I
terior.
���N;. I'    Unauthorized   publh 11   li
thlfi   .aehi'i'liseiuetil     wil]  nol   bi   I-
for.
of comnii'ii' ��� ment.
Mnrch 21st,  1907,
HENRY GROSE
NOTICE.
lng al  a post   plante 1 on  kIioi
S.   E.   Arm   HuaakJn   Lake,
VV,   corner  T.   L. .No,    6913;
South    10     chains;      Wesl
lhal
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY  GIVEN
,','    "      ���".'���.,];'u' ' '"tend to apply to I with  shore lino
the 1 mn.1   uel Ci nin I sioner of I.amis
���md Works  fi r ,;������'���     ic, use to cul   '',,;"1,H;   Eas<   "
and c irry away tli r from the Pol   chains, mon   01
lowing de-. I'lhed li nd,     1 ated nt the   Hua kin   Lake;
- of bay
iboul   s.
thence
chains;
Soiilli 1(1 chains, more or less to N. lv
hore of Turnbull Covo; thence West
-''I chains;   Norlh   10
chaini :    North    10
le s, to   Bhore
thence   Easi   with
osl
"The Milwaukee'
"The   Pione��r  Limited"  St.   I'a-J) t01
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha 'J I
Chicago,  "South    West    Limits
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   1 "  ",
railroad   in   the   world  that   1    i��l  '
equipment that of the Chicago, M
waul,,',. & St.  Paul Railway.    !!;t;
own and operate tlicir own    "1 r'
and dining cars on alll their tra
give  their patrons an ('\''<',''   '
servii e nol obtainable eli ew'.
II. S, ROWE, General '���
13-1 Tl'inl St.. cor Alder. Portland, 0' ,AY.   APRIL   16.   1907.
TII E   DA I LV   X F_ WS.
IrQUARRIE _ Co. McQUARRIE & Co. McQUARRIE _ Co. McQUARRIE _ Co.
Investment
THE CHILD'S  MIND.
Real Estate
Agents
Financial
Agents
ONT   STREET FRONT   STREET
Telephone
333
Telephone
333
Insurance
Agents
FRONT   STREET
Telephone
333
Brokers
FRONT   STREET
Telephone
333
ft
subject
to
10     mor
ths
!_?
Fine   resid
ence
for  sale
on
���n
-treet,  come
��� Fou
rth Avenue.
i   location,
now
rented
for
I 0 per month;
lease
can be
ex-
,f  purchaser  so
desires.
.A
:l paying  investment
.  . Terms to
ranged.
^mr  ..,- houses to rent. One on 12th
>ei;   one on  Fourth avenue;   one
Aanes street: cre on 13th street.
. .   cue.'.
READ THIS.
Splendid Farm, 10 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate, No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. One
of the ber.1. bargains to be obtained
in the district. For exclusive sale.
Price $10,500; $3,500 cash, balance
in 6. 12 and 13 months at 6 per
cent.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side.    $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash. bal. easy.
lot  No.  12 on  Royal  Avenue,
lot from  Eighth street. $1,050.
��� i xclusively.
tae-il
S. ;
.1.1--
*tai>
���__�����
Wc
���wan
l  ft!
Hon
lot
tan
���nc
���HI
m
__.*f
Un
'm
ttmt
Mil
*���;_-.-
��__r
-:_
ton.
1 i.
toy*
���cro
1700
i_n
'....���      .     	
lot
���   ' ��� I  ���
���
balm . .
,1...     le     .:��� \, : I    f-Ron
,ti i   colli   '.'...!. I      Hush   close I
.... ,    . .;.      hous.   and
}S(i      ��� ��� i ��� ��� cash, bul
i. .,���    iin
Ui-st  ho ���       Gth   Sl    l.. ��� ��� ��� ���
\\ ��� :���   .
I lm.>      .   room     with  a
..... , ���     .      .....
ml  Im   from  nth   S,    on  4th  Ave
|(ll        1*111 .line II..
-nl. IM    .     "'       ���
..    ���: ��� ������   ,���   ;  per oim
nf Si ivvnshl]
I'rle
.
'.  .   - : :    some   tltnl.
-'..������ old      ���   ��� --    -
.        term
i:     - ���   ' ��� ���     ... !..'���''
;     ,' .        end   St.,   Sup]
lot.
��� - tram line  ne ���
, , ..     cleared    fence
fronl   fai In.   tram  ii-  ������    $1000,
...Ml Ml ���
g-'
der.
fith
oomed modern resi
:e on 4th Av. between
and Tth St., with one
of land, containing
trees, outbuildings,
les, &c.: an exception-
cheap bargain. Price
I!. $2,500 cash, balance
year at 7 per cenl.
- .Mur iIm   Landing     i  mile
on Jin     or    Ju     i
\] 111' .   '       :. lOtll
25 acres i
1-roo ei -      barn  an
,i
$1,350,  on easy
$1,250 ens': i,    .'-.
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lie', een  2nd  St.. side o
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f cash.       '���   -       ,
invest
.'!'"���    h     ise
'      '  M .   ll)
ited lilli Sl     ���    .'   ;.   i ii nn I
���;i  wesl  sl i. .      Pi ii M $2,300,
nee in ii monl lis ul T ���..
In Sun  !;:   . ll ' h ilns wRter
.   ien.'.    cleared;     v i iionie I
ei. i |el i    i.  '.i...' I    In I
irn and    : nil   tre,     id   ill
���   $3.oco.   Terms one-third
iii e e; and  12 111011
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i>20 per
i        l   Tm
m ,. |e  0, lol  I I,
Sqnar���
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from Que
.....
.  ���      . . P $1.00:
,n co ea
More  exclusive   properties  just   listed
with  us for  i ���
o      'Sit       Knox elm rc
���     ���     '       -; I '  . Ol
$300 cash.
M.e        ... .       - '���
light clearii
Bloc     '���"     $1050 cash.
1 lot    on 1 Sir,       11. 12, 1
i $350 each.
." lance   6 montl     a1. 7 'A.
2 house    corner n       ;
...       . city bloc
i |      ...     house     enl $25, the
.,    . closei     and  a     con-
n . ���..       . .er        Price   S3.5C0.
m    '    -  ��� ���    12 an     :
months al  . '
.    ii p      ������ ���     at G.X.I
tion      IV.,  store    hon       lij x 2S f,   I
in      .0 vom new
n
...        ...
Price    (2,300,
���
i . .      IJ, X, 1,2 fe' K.  _
ii ���
i.   ��� - house 1Sx2i
house ' ���     finished, an-
��� .   :..     ipstairf
��� ���'   .' ede
......������ ��� ���
, i.      | .. |, ��� ��� .
$;.200: .tern ince   12
.:   7
1 fu lo '���   Patrick's SI .
el '.   John   McKeti ������:���
��� ;������    i (love      ho    ���      I''.   $475. half
    h   i   M' h    al  T ���.
Full   -: '������    lol   \'e>   ! 2 "ie  It":- al   _v
��� .  Sl     Price   $.1050.   '': II  ca I
balanci   in 7 ',  per annum
\\',   terly 4 ,; I,  Sub,  Bloc
n:_\ i .',-..' ������ feel square;
hnu.es drawing $2S : er month
$5,000. half cash, balance in 6 and   12
'      i.  lis
2 lots i".  I 'rincess  Sl .    N'o.  11  and
el ween Gth and 7th   s re   two lots
>  '   s    on i oui 1.    side       Price
\'o   : .. $210. ha    cash, bnlai      '   :;  is
i  :    ,      Xo.  '      'lean       .315, half
,..-,. i, ,,  is   at 7 '
11 hon V vi
I lo      ���       ���: i. 700:
���  7'
l  ,     !��� '. i  . ��� i.   .     ��� -:
I60 S.K.  V4 of Sectioi
.   ��� ��� '
mil"'
I   .  :       of   Wi
mill ind P.O. a     lie v tim-
worth $7 p<
from    P .
���    ,0: te ���
���I
10 acn     land Xew Vi
r>,  S     il        1, Surn
i - Mi $2	
���.   .       it  7 ' .,.,.-;.    Turn
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I    |'0 Mel   llOUS' ll   '   I     11 n'i
on  111 between I 111	
\ i ��� ��� ���  ���
|      l,     ,.    .,   .   .. :       :   '      '
In .    ..     t of G "I   '
..   ,, , ||cbt      ,   mi      'tl III
:��� ���     Price
.... ���..,       In  oi
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A (5oot! Special
Five acres on LOth Ave.,
.-. I-, .: Prom "''! r. s-
ei .oir cil Iii its. $.1 ';' >���
. ��� If cash, I alf in sis
i i ths.
House :."��� ���-���;; _
:    ,     i   ��� (���
partlj clean d    Land No.
1,  Bal. easily cl -; ��� i .
Si     ind    ine  h       a     i      me acn
cleared I ltin_
tly cleared
14x21      ��� ere    anl  hall in
i ���
-" 7
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mei
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17 lol     full
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Price  $1,020.
, ,  .  . ���
can ��� per s ire,
aeede
al  .'
ISO Mi".         is 28,
���
Prii es: Se $45 Sec
tion 29, $60 per acre   S    tion 23, $55
Telep! Han   lond;
..... ���    ���  .     ..       .. i
i' "���. s, hall .' in - ���;:) I two
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On,   ful     Ized lol   I3G: '   .    2 storej
use; 7 roon
moder I io
$3,000,   (_  . '��� m ml 7
'i cei       Go.
...,.-��� .... upper ���
160 acre s, l.an-ii ' ler cultiva
���    ������ house,   bai n, he ill  in
goo repair; u   $3,000,
Five   . ottages an 1 : wo lots on Firsl
..... . - . p.-ice
$7,000.
1   i   : ' ".       Tl
lar ar lod soil roads
_pply foi
Lots 17, IS, 19, 2
sireet and Sr!
;   M its $200
$950,  cash.    Single   I il -  al
IG i aci es,  Westminster dls   let, 4
 h     cultivation    : i
char I,   .i      're   sti
this ; -"���     aldei  bol torn lan I.  i unning
IS x 22;
1 |-pOSt    i'.'iii ���      ���
, thi     In all, stab
���
.... [bout 1'Vl
....
i   ���   -      -
; ��� ie 16 x 21
... ...
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'   '"     '      '   '
Six lot xK '  ������ ��� '
$60  each   lot.     F ill t   particulars  oi
tl  |llil
,,,..; ,      ���
I'll.   Of   1 P ' '
.,1 half i
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��� . hoi
: ��� 130
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Lai md two     " ige; on Co-
.... ,       rente -
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On    and  one ha i        i mse and
. . le   "'
'i   McKinnis
and
���
���   ��� ��� 'rice $1,1
3
1 lot, 2      lot fron   cor-
��� .   - ���  , .   lo)
it.    $250 cash.
HOUSE an_ LOT
icated comn m in  ing
.     ��� lot     "1'
eet.   Two me half stor :���
',..-���     Te      . -,���
'���     ��� liences;    hoi    and
.   ter,  bath, fl
iry,
-   with lane irt of loi
set o        ith f ���       Price $2,750.
$ 1,300 cash, bal ,    nge !.
- lot 3,  20,  21 ;  N 20, $170: Xo.  21,
fcorner)   $175.    ���) -m im   ,m: i  Secon i
Give   li   _   Chun,       in   Develop   !iy   It*
.\.ilili-;i      .'. ��MC_,
lhe littler ii,-.. , tter, because- farth* ri'iiiiiM'ii from the world
:., is ours and deepei placed in i heir
own world. A ;.)eiii babj radiates
pi'.i ��� l_v, :'.. one >������ li > . - :; .ie' e. . il
stituted smiles ul thu  ���    of it.
TUej   are   busy,   .. -..   are  cheerful.
Arf ie rule, i li .,    ������.���.ei lo be kind I ���
anuih"!'.    I'll, :���  are uol boi ed, and unless ilu- weather is Insufferable or they
are sick thej   are nol depressed.
What philosophers: Whal heroes!
1_ it strange thai the attitude of an
unperverted child should be the christian ideal?
The greal meril of children as companions lies in the breadth iff their
tolerations. They are easy to please,
agreeable to urn. I propositions nnd not
very critical.
Thev iiu uot "know better."   That Is
oue iff their dellghtfulest traits,    Children will trust you. and that is one of
the most  gratifying compliments   ���   ���
siliie.
In the company of children you h i e
relief in considering whal will pay.
The things that thev do and prefer Me
do, do nol paj. ms n rule, excepl lu i he
doing of tIh-iii.
.Vise elders ^ bo are qualified to
train the mind of a child nre pretty
scarce, The uexl best thing is iin-
elder whei is 'vi-i' enough to respeel
the child's iniiiil und give it a chane ���
to develop in a sympathetic ati
i 'e bj ii 3 own natural proe ei ses
E2, S. Mm. in in Harper's Mag i
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6 Lots facing Columbia
street, Sapperton. ��1,000,
half  cash,   bal.  on  easy
terms.
���One hun res X. W.
y   Sec.    15, T iv m-'m .  11   two miles
Fori   I. ngley,   _   acres slas]
Xo. 1 land.     Price, $10 per acre. One
'iiir I cash     ilance  in time, 7 per cent.
Interest.
On.- hundred and sixty acres, X.W.
'i    Sec, 25, T iwnship   16,  2%   miles
��� if ir I,    ci ��� inning
��� ' ilder     i   _u, said
��� '   be   - 6 ��� '  wo   h   of   timber  i  i  I
1' '     $10 per acre, m  .
ince on time.
Ten acres in L I  163, one mi! ��� east
of We   i action, Al s ill, eas-
m -1.   $30 per acre.
Double i house, 5 r >oms in
va-er, light, full size I it,
:Mi    Second    stre 'M
i north sl !e,    1
$1,500, '��� , ice ii      ..' ;    ���
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AN  OLD GERMAN   LEGEND.
The    M-iill     With    the    Null    Driven
Through   Ita  Temple.
it Freiburg, Baden, in front of an
old chapel rich In mediaeval painting
_.;>ii'liie_ ihe' i'i".v;irils of virtue ami
the wages of sin, stands a great cross,
at its foot n skull with a mi il driven
into the temple.
A shoemaker of Freiburg, according
to tradition, died suddenly in the good
old days befote coroners anil juries
were too Inquisitive und was burled
nenr where the cross ���-lands. Scarcely
had the earth upon bis grave been wet
by the ruins I eef ore liis wife took a see-
ond husband.
Neighbors talked, but that was all
One night the priest of tbe parish
awoke to Bnd standing at the foot of
his bed the ghost of the dead shoemaker. The ,dni !_;��� ��� raised a
gory lock froi i it_ foremen I and pointed to n nail d   . 'ii in the temple.
The leeiely wa_ exhumed, and there
wns the evidence of the crime Just as
tho specter had Indicated. The wife
confessed the murder and wns executed. But the skull was placed at the
foot of the cross as a warning,
"Tin- effect was must wholesome,"
relates the truthful ehronicler, "for
since then not a wife o�� Freiburg has
murdered her hush mil."
An analysis of the
relations between
the man, the woman and the butcher
LOTS OF LOTS
all o. m" the city for sale
from $50 t > $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us whore you warn a li I
_ ft*1'1* Wi? cnn pnP?j.v'._
IURC ���   ' ���
SIABY     $150 PET  ACRE.
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jtorej    hou ie,   ll)  ro mis,   also
idem     I n ii ���''     '-"'    '''���'������'���  ~
.   ..   ,      ..        ��� .     ol lol    ol OUl   '  '
tree e    and    nice    lawn.    Price
i i ���    Price S>..''>. .,     ���      ,       h    ,   vi. -   u   md   l-
:' RH, Iwlnnrp terms ,       ....   ,.���,,,.
  Smp In Lots.
TT." Ti ii St    ""'""""'      V. in  lots for sale i'i all
oni!. ill    ;-...I -,,,. riii, [rom $M-r>.00 to $3,..Q
i  I     >���     iiniie!!. |ie 11_ and      ,. -.    . ., |  ,.,.  in sapperton, facing
Bi
'rice $4,000.  J2.000 cash,  bal- t(j   Btreot     |l|i(,.$150  cash.
Uli'    It
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r.id
f 1,500, on
ll nnd ���   .
��� ���   ��� i :
ill   stnbl : :
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lhl;     l 7 per e      ' ,vn,
...
I.1M.1   S,      .
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I  St.
II   4111
.f In, bvireil      prl    SHOO,
per
lh  run   l    ��� from    ���  .   ���   ���
lames  Inlet, :'"'.  ���      pm ' ���   mil !
.��.00 per acre, li ilf e'lsii. balanc 1 ea iy,
. ready for cm
Hvatlon
Chilli       '    $75 per acr..
Ki.. ht-ro. 1
,-0113tl
storeys, $3,750.
_ : I sized. 1.12x132,
he C i ' Prl
$10,500.  ', cash, balance C, 12 and  13
ths.
Uie .  . ; '
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I 18 n
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'���    .20
���.    ' '.,   on   K
_ (10 per
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.   8
.2.000.   T
It
avenue   i i street, east ol
i ired and fen
the lol . sI.'.ihi.
cash,   '   I   : ���   one year ut 1     i
,UI
7   I.'-.',     '
,,;' . p
10 ai   '     N'orth road,    : ���   ,:   .
fi ", Po      iloody;    S
ii ��� ler .    Ion;    7-room
1   i'i,'  1.1 ���!:    chicken hoi
���    i".   m    :' ence I and in good
pair south side.     Price $1,500,   half
'      .'  1m 6 months al 7 per cent.
A   Contrary  Flag:,
If ever there was anything In the
world that went by contraries, it is
the Chinese Bag. It will be recalled
that It Is one of the gayest of national
standards, The body eet the banner is
of a pale yellow, In the upper left
baud corner is a small red sun, and
looking at it is a fierce Chinese dragon.
About 1,000 years ago, so the story
run-, tie' Chinese made war upon the
Japanese. They prepared f<>r a ijreat
Invasion. As u prophecy of victory
they adopted a standard which is that
of the present time. Thej icik the
suu of Japan and made it very small.
This they put In frout of the dragon's
mouth tn express the Idea thai ihe
. . ������- drag iu would devour the .lnp:
anese. It happened, however, that the
Chinese fleet, conveying an army of
10 '. 100 men, v, as w recked on Its way
to .lai.an by a great storm, and all but
three of the 100,000 perished. The resull -.' receni ei enl ��� h is uot been any
in ir ��� con' ucing than the first affair
,:. i   ��� lie ( 111 Bag  has  heen  cor
rectly conceived.
a domestic problem
practically solved
at
lliii.in'   111   tin-   i'l.l-   linsl.
Abdiir Itnhmau, the lute an eer of Afghanistan, had a grim sense ol I um ir
:, i wa mei Imei exerc i ' .. II i.
dui scruple, i lu one i c ���.. dou ii durbar li' was holding �� uteri pted by
a . m ho, ,ii a state of Iho gi
exi ii nt, i ushed in dee luriug that
the i.'m - ... - were udiam.'lng to ln\ade
a ;. ie il .... i mi ..... lo for a mo
. ���   tusli u progress,
the I,ne itueei i ued
i mi's ordered bi.^ shi to i md uel
i:. ��� man to thi      in certain
"Look i iu oul well for
    I Abdur K.iii
i.e.iii, "for j "���! ,1 ��� uol   ��� ii until j rn .- ��� ���
tho ;i arrive."   i Iraud M
CO., LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
i ooka  ll..In  Their Xante,
"l nei cr .-.'ii ion ihlngs up to my own
taste," said a mini who bus cooked In
a i estauraiit for mnuy ye irs. "Very
i','ii cooks do, Tbey hue palates that
crave high seasoning. The longer they
the more salt nnd pepper and
splcea they require. If 1 should send
up my dishes as 1 like Hem, they
e. ild be- sei hot and peppery that half
the pntrous In the restaurant would be
unable to cul them."   New i'ork Press.
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T!k- tceldent.
Hlzonner Sfou are chnrged with
breaking a chair over your wife's head;
Prisoner���II was au accident, your
honor, Hlzonner What! Didn't you
Intend to hit her? Prisoner Yes, but
I didn't Intend in break the chair.
Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co.
Tli<>  LfUi.   Horse.
An Irishman once tapped a poky
Iiornc wiili a whip and said, "Pick up
your feet, and they'll fall thelrselves."
���AU'hls ni Qlobe,
cf London.
The readiest und surest  way to g.'t
Mil of censure is to con t ouraolres.���
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THE   DA TLY   NEWS,
TUESDAY.   iPF,   .
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TEA!   TEA!!
We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon
Tea, in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
Public Supply Stores GE0P
GEO.   ADAMS
rop.
WOMEN'S AUXILIARY
HAS ANNUAL MEETING
MANY       REPORTS       PRESENTED���
OFFICERS   ELECTED   FOR   COM-
NG   YEAR���MAYOR'S   ADDRESS.
Rooming House
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Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,    Maryland ��� Guaranteed
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS and PRESTON
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   34!
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
.'���    ..... ��� ..������      R
���     -
.        ,     .-  - .hen        large
Inti      ied   in   the
��� ten led.       A      con sidera
....      isin ransacted
including   hi   re    iving <
the election    [oi For the i
elve n th 	
���     . Pi   -. .- nt, Mrs.  C. A
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I       Pearci ond
[rs. D
Miss
rong; .treat Rot!
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e  enti     linn. mmltte.    '
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Mrs. Gre     '���!   ��� ��� Liis
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Mrs. D. ^^
Mrs   Be
Visitin Mi
Mrs   S
Thi    ���       '    ���:'..������.    :   .     mm'..:..
imittei        en      ��� ....������������
by th    mei   ng. Lengthy reporl
. .-ei  rearl thi     eereta      an I  the
������
After an intere tint   ad    ess        thi
president,   Mrs.   C    A.   Welsh,   Mayi
.:������������ led upon I i few
His   V.'m, ship   -     ke  of   the
importanl loni the       lies
as   twelve months, an I   efei
' ' '  ���      easai    relai   as I bat had
existed between thi   meml i rs
��� :   thi      oard  oi     lin ctors   nnd   tho
Women's   A ixiliary      The worii
��� the I Iii ������ .. I not be ovi i es-
tin ati : tn rl he 1 ed th thi woul 1
li :.-��� continue to help along the ca isi
ol   the Ro; il  Columbian  hi spital.
After a short address by the Rev
A deB. Owen, a se,r:L' n is renderi I
bj Miss McMillan, followed by a f< w
- ��������� u s . M, Sinclaii Votes of
th ink . ere passed to a number oi
; < ople who ha I . Isted the ladies
various ways during the i I
twelve   months.       A   discussion  ���   i
le ring   the   advisability   of   pi icing
collection   boxes   In   the   city   hi UI
finally refern I  t i the exi <   l.ve
for decision.
The detailed rej ori pn sented 1 y the
' ��� asurei ir un   n        ly hi Id ovei
tii tomorrow's ;^- n
Polish Your Furniture
- -.   Johnson. Pre. ared Wax.   It PTe-
----.-..-- i.   . ______ out natural .-.-,':���
the   m; ...    It prod-jces a rich, sm.mm
��� -. -r.   to iei..cd e��:r: and dust will '��������� '���
���    j .-��� ���.-'. li .... li   .     ��� see bow
___._ better it is than an] other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
ls"A Complete F;_:.fcar.d Poll h '  t .'������ ���
:      Dseltonj   irl     rs and woodwork. 1 .:-:.-;      lered >v_i is
: .-  . . M.:., lng Bi - -
_   . c." _i ��� ���' ���.���:.- n - free book. T_e
P:   ;- r !>��� _._.'..:'. : r
__._ _'_._,���._:<;   ��__ ._c��. i.-rparati  I
SPECIAL
...FROM   THE...
DRE55   GOODS
DEPARTMENT
���  n<
.
Anderson &
Lusby
^
ALSO
JOHNSONS
Wood  Dyes  ana
Crack Filler
J
Absolute Accuracy
in Dispensing
is
spec
���_./ t.
ied.
he
re.
Wr-.te  Cca'. ng  and   Suiting   Sef
Plain    Arr.azcn   Cecths.
MM.'" '��� '  :
51.00.
4--mcn  Grey   Suitings.
54-inch Grey Suitings    n  str pe:
to $1.50.
All   Wool   Henrettas.   . :   -   ���
Checks  an i  Plaids:    .
35c to 75c pi r yard.
yard   75
75c and 85c.
- na :��� -. ooc,
W. S. COLLISTER & Co
247 Columbia Street. New  Westminster
Your  rloztor  knows   what
quantities and materials to
put   in  your   prescription.
Mere you get exactly what    !$��&S&3%^^ *. ���.��� fl_
your doctor orders.    Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed  by scales
and measures   proved  accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to   have   your   prescriptions
filled by us.
When  the  Bright Weather Comes
Lhi -e the I are pots will show. Take advantage oi tbe weather arid
brighten up the home by doing your painting now. Use the celebrated -        la Pi '..   Coi ��ell known
"STAG   BRAND"   PAINTS
Alabastine���
for
The mo : pop -le i ��� :' all . all Fini she . Re;. y
for i. " when mixed veil) cold water. Always
C ean! Alw.      1     !  A   ...      !'���'.' t.     A' k
Aid.  Smith   Hurt.
AM": man Wilber Smith was Unm ..
'I   down   and   rendered   unconscioii    Ellard Block
���   tenia;   morning   while   attem 	
to stop a runaway team.    The ho -��� -
started   from   In     front    of    i: ...
la  le, and Aid. Smith who was stan
on  'he., corner,  Immediatel..  .
"'  oul   to   eize   thi     horsei     bj    the TACKLE
h< ads, bul was Btr ick to the- gro in
m, the hoof of the ::. Ing team. Whi i
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T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Zllcrd Block, - Ae:_   Westminster
FISHING
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FURNITURE
The Finest anel Largest Stock of Furniture is to be seei
Our clearance sali is still on.   Over $15,000 stock still t< g
New goods arrivii Latest styles and best finishes.
W. E. PALES,
FURNITLRE    EMPORIUM
;���;   716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.       Rear Extension,  Front!
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BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
a     Agi nts  fo      KLEN'O."   -*
:;":!,, I,-",: Z  ,   ,:   Sporting   Goods
Toys. Dolls
Iim,nl.     Dr. Rothwell was Immed it el
mm.mm.ne-.i and attended to Mr. Sml
who was  aftei wai ���',.- conveye i to hi
home.     Al  a late hour lasl  night  hi
was  reported consciou ���   I il  suffei In
from bruises,
AND
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ANOTHER    LOT    OF
EATON HURLBUT'S
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JUST   OPENED   AI
Dates  Ahej'i.
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V'Mie  IG   Son     '���  Scotland Lectu
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April I.    Basel)      Meetli ������
April  IT    Rev     Dr,     \nnand    I.
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POOKS   ARE    GOING   F.  ST.    SEE
PAGE TWO.
FANCY GOODS
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217-219 Columbia St.
DO    YOU    WANT
A Good Home, Cheap?)
Six rooms, pantry, all nicely papered and ,
painted; house 2-storey; well situated on a
cornei- lot on Tenth St.; lot 66 x 132 ft.;  11
fruit   trees;    nice   lawn;    splendid   view.
Price *M,750.   Terms can be arranged.
DliilRysT company!
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURA1"
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| Electric Railway Service:
Interuroan   Line.
i Oars    fur Vancouver and    way
t stations will  run ovory  half-
��� hour rriein r. rr>o a. m. to 11 p
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��� inn  from  Central    Park
J Vancouver only.
in. excepl Ing at T; 30 ;in<I" 8:30
a,  in.    Half hourly cars will
C ty Limi;_ Line   Service from
i;.l.i a in. in i 1 p m.
30 Minute Servis -Me ii'iinsfer.
notwc'in m and Si nnd '������ and 7.
30 Minute Service during ru- ��
mainder or day. Transfer ai ���
Leopold fiace. J
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   __��� z
tween 8 a.m. ami ll p.m.        ���
Sapperton Line. +
15 Minute Service from fi LT, a. J
in in ii p.m., except between j
12 and 2, and ."i and 7, during *
which hours the service will he
half-hourly.
.venue, close to car,      ulern  Hon ee,    7
iiighout; 4 hi drooms upsl  ll Price
 $3,000
K*ifth Street,  beli ���   Fourth  \     . n    lern dwi lllng,
���'   roomi :     I    bedrooms   n I  i ath  upstairs,    Price $3000
Second Street, good house, 7 large rooms;    orchard and
table;  lol   110 >: 290 fi 11;  all cleared;    brick  bai emonl
under kitchen    Price   $3,5&0
SI   Oeorge Street, two
nice  gardens,       Price
lidbi; city water;
 .2.000 each
Sixth Street, below Fourth Avdnuo, two modern bungalows, ."i rooms, bath, panlr etc; nice lots, with lane ul
back,    Price   $2,000 ���
Good terms can be arranged on the above properties.
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Nanalmo Street, two cotl
cleared,    For  cash i all
tween 8.30 u rn. ainl 11 p.m.        *
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mm full Blzed  lol;
lot   all
.. .  $500
& coat
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to raise good Btoclt is good FEED,   We keep the besl nnd
besl only.   Make your chickens lay by giving them good fi
Strengthen your live stock   by   building up  bone  and  mu
on I  in " C \RNEFAC.
[jAOIES have you irb'il the Pustry Flour made by lhe Eburne
Milling Company, If noi Telephone 333 and try It; the result'
obtained  are excellent,
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. Telephone 333,
ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEW
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