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 VOLUME 2, NUMBER 45
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NKW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, FRIDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 22, 1907.
Ki CENTS PER WEEK
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IViS DEATH TO MANJ Mm mm ^fj ^g^ p|J^| PROVES
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CHILLIWACK TRIP
DELAYS DEPUTAflON
JLLAPSE8
BEHIND COSMOPOLITAN
ger|in   Strikes  en  Sandbank
and  140  Drown.   .Only  One
Is Saved.
i'eii.   21.���The   It',iter,lam
,,,,.,. Berlin, from    England,
I |]   passeng* rs  and   crew,   was
0ff the  Hook of Holland, al
,,:,,,,;,,,, of the river Mans, lead-
.    ei-dam,  shortly before  six
morning,   and   with   the
.  of one person, all on board
\     terrific     outhwestern
iving   right   inshore  and
earner    on   u   sandbank
,. not hern jetty as she was
������ '     he   new   waterwaj
quicklj   pounded the ves'
.  ��� -.   She broke In i wo, her
ng   Immedlati '������.  wh le
,,.-, ��� -      and    crew    could
. ,   1 : li : sj a< e clus eri I on
aft,    part,
Bet :a   ��, 9   a.   steel   3teamer,
.  old  and  popular  with
he travelling public to the north ol
In summer she usually  was
'.-.i'li pasengers,  bui   al   this
of the   year,   the   average   was
,' was lasl  night, the num-
equally   divided     between
e "ii 1  class,
,   Holland, Ke!,. 21, -The af-
:��� ol the wrecke I steamer Ben ���
��� slip into deep water, as
, on tbe shore al flrsl bell it s, ems in he in inly em-
11 the sandbank. There are
lev 1 ersons <'ii board clinging
��� ekage, and it is hoped ',-ai
��� possible tn effect their res-
"-  ti le.    During high water,
���   ' ' iglll  Ol   til"   storm, lhe   waves
view of the wreck, which
ih*   I ellef thai nu trace of the
��� ��� en left.    The receding ol
.'   let-     however,   revealed      tile      re.
��� ��� r Mem. with a handful ol
The only person who, thus
ucceeded   in   reaching  the
Captain   PaTJreson,  of  Belli I    He is in a high fever.
Secretary   Who   Promised   License   Co I
Dr.   Burritt   May   Lose
His  Position.
S<   ttle,  Feb,  21.���Dr. C. \V    -
les, nt this city, may be rer
his position as secretat    ���
":l dical  hoard  by Govet:, .   Mea i. as
the result ol  the embn
���    ���   'mil,  the  practl i   ol
cine  introduced   into  I
This action will be lenian
���    '������   - ol the board if il
'���'������';    '���' .   Shaipies   v.,:, .
! remising Dr. Charles 1
coma,   .      lei use     | rovi !in;     H .,
would   ivil .     .        ti to tin
bill,
Dr. W.  \. p nn r, tin  -   ���
has ha I dn     e of thi
lation   ai   01} mpla,   has dei Ian
Or. Shar] h     wrote the I* ti -. now in
���he hand- cl   Senator Ralph  Mi
but   seeks   to   shield   Sharj les    from
blame.   Potter states thai he believed
Burritl  to be an osteopath practicinj
thai   branch of  medicine under another  nan,,- and  thai   as an  osteopath
he was entitled to a license.
The light mi  the new medical    i
lias I.een made by  Dr. Potter.    Since
the Sharj les   le  er  fell into  Senator
Metcalf's  hands  i;   has  heen decided
t*  allow the medical bill to die.
A new osteopath bill is in the House
-""I this will be supported by the
osteopaths.
VALUABLE
Mayor's   Absence    Means   Two    More   Old   Shack  Falls to the  Ground   With
Days Gained by Canneiymen��� a   Crash���Timbers   Were
Priv'ite   Meeting. Rotten.
Ramie, a Species of the Nettle Family,
Is Introduced in America by Secretary of Agriculture ������ Will
Yield Rich Returns.
Owing  to the    absence of    Mayor
Keary al Chiiliwack, lhe deputation
which is in be sent i<> Ottawa In order
io, If possible, counteracl the naive
made by  ihe Vancouver and  Victoria
Another small ho i e < ollapse I
terday   morning,  this  being  the  second accldenl of this kind in two days,
a   small   shack   ha\ lng   fallen   to
gro ind   al   the  corner  of  Carnan on
i aimers, has no   ������' been decided up-   and   Twelfth   streets  on   Wedne  lay
on, ami the names of the citizens who   afternoon.       Yesterday's     colla]   i ile
stick}
- togethei
II make the trip to the capital in
the Interei ts ol t he fishing Industry
are as yei unknown. T. .1. Trapp has
definitely announced thai 'n will be
Impossible for him to lake the two
\v* eks' holiday, as he has several Im-
rhich binds lJ0,'tanl "'les pending and he cannol s:" per In the neighboring houses,
e bark o?   ,eave lli- business al a moment's no-      The   house,  which   belonged   I i J
cottage l'lrriuerh stood on the site
where it now lies, just hack of ,1,"
Cosmopolitan hotel. The house ci '-lied to the ground in the earl} I iurs
<>���' the morning, the crash of i he fal-
lini    timbers   waking    many    of the
dngton,   Feb.   21.    Indication
.,   ��� ,:������ Secre ary Wilson of the
tmenl of Agriculture will  si    e             ant.    Now  il   is assei ed, Imw- ,|M-    This reasoning holds good with Wl   .  of  the  Depol   hotel,  had   been
more in his efforts to introduce   ..... thai a machine has been devi ed ""'  majority of    the    business  men, i cently   used as  a laundry Bhop  by
: ������   this  country  new crops for the   ..   which this can Le done,   ind il is ""'s'  "'    tnose    wno    have  bei i ap i  ie   Wah   Hing,  bui   he  recently   vu-
ing    eneflt ol the farmers,   After   i .,   purpose of the departmenl of ag- l��'oached  thus  far    having the samo call 1  the  premises, as he found the
imitation   running   for  some  years,  a     iculture   to   establish   a   factory    in objection  to offer.   George Mackie is structure    becoming    unsafe.       The
which the  value of the fibre and of M'" dubious aboul being able to take house had   been   unoccupied   for   tbe
the various machines for handling it |i;;"  '" "���'" deputation, bui i   is mosl pusi   few   weeks,   and   there  was  no
will he demonstrated in order to show I !i!'-"!>' '"at he will be one oi these h- furniture   inside.     The   building   had
lhal   ihere  is a  markel   for tho  crop '"'1:-v selected.      A  strong efforl   will been  roughly  lmili   Immediate!}   after
in Uiis country. :'' made to    overrule Mayor Keary's ' the big Are of 1S9S, and was used by
In favor of the crop, so far as the objections, and those mosl  interested the   proprietor of   the   Cosmopolitan
farmer is concerned, ii   is noted   thai
favorable   report   at   las:   has    been
a le I } a committtee of Congress for
appr ipriation providing for experi-
' ��� nts   in   demonstrate   the   value  ot
: imie as a crop to be grown in this
���  intry.
Ramie is a fibre plant belonging to
title family, and as il is success- ' i; brings at the present time on the
fully grown in all portions of the open market from $90 to $200 a ton;
Chinese Empire and even as far north    thai  ll   is easily  grown and  treated;.
in  the    fishing business    have gre I   in '������   er.iporary hotel for a time. When
holies that the mayor will be aide to   the  new Cosmopolitan  was built, the
Koi n and .Manchuria, il is thought
thai ii will flourish in nearly every
section of the United Suite.-. The
t,  ce  is said  to be much longer and
lhal it does nol require annual planting, but after being mice established
grows each spring from the roots lefi
in  iii" ground all  winter;   thai   the
stronger than thai of flax, cotton, jute   fibre  can  be  removed  two  or  three
or   silk.     The iii,re  is  pearly   white   times   every  summei
���
New  Snag  Boat.
n i Kivt r snag boal  which
'   in   the    R iyal    City    ship
now  i oinplete so far as the
I* ck   I.oases   are concerned.
-' ' is  still   moored   near  the
it*  mills and is awaiting the
���   machinery for installa-
vessel    Is   substantially
��� -   I he ol -   \ er an idea
in I durability,    li  is ex-
the machinery will be on
nstalh  I    in    readiness   for
1   make   an   early   starl
tl bsl ructions from the
I- sl  year the work    f
":  thai   vicinity   was  some-
1  led as the fishermen knew
I, when  they came to fig-
'heii  losses along the line of
11*   I    lie's.
Will   Keep   Everett.
Everett, Feb. 21.���II is believed thai
an edict is aboul to go forth calling
im an abolishment of the Great .Northern division headquarters al Leavenworth and that Kverett will lie
benefitted by the order, which, jt is
believed, will depopulate the mountain town of its railroad employes.
This news comes from an englneei
new in Everetl who made the slate
menl that between thirty-five and
forty families have been ordered to
move to this city from Leavenworth,
as thai terminal town Is about to b*
r-botished by the Greal Northern, s
the civic plans of the ambitions moun-
' ilii town mean- considerable expense
"' the Hill line in the way of taxes.
ind   thai   the
and aboul as glossy as silk, and it s and gets better as the years go by.
will take colors with all the lustre An average crop is 3,000 pounds to
oi silk. The consequence Is thai | the acre a season, li is thought that
it is used as an adulteranl of silk in
China, and.  when   so  used,  really   im-
go,
A special and private meeting of ,li
Hoard of Trade and fishermen was
held In city hall lasi evening, when
Ihe various questions connected with
the grievance of the fishermen were
eio.-eiy  debated.
The result arrived at at the meeting
was nm made public. \V. K. Gilley,
presldenl of the hoard of trade, occupied the seat of honor at the head
-hack was moved hack and placed on
piles al the rear of the hotel. The
recent rains and the rotten condition
of the lumber are responsible for the
collapse.
proves the goods by making ihem
stronger and of better wearing quality.
The greatest difficulty In handling
the crop has always ''een thai there
was no way except by hand work to
it  will grow in nearly all portions of 0| "'<-' ,:ll,1(-'-
the United Slates and Canada. In fact,
li   has  been  grown  for a  number of ,   Bricklayers Commence Work.
years in  the  botanical    gardens    in Tl"'  w"rk  "r bricklaying has corn-
Washington, and the climate here Is "'enced   In  connection   with   the new
not very different from thai of North- business  block  which  ls to lake the
i in  Ohio and   Indiana  and  Southern
Michigan.
EIGHT HOURS Jt DAY        ; HARRIMAN WILL SHARE
DISPLEASES BOSSES!       HILL'S RIGHT OE WAY
  i  .
Hard     Fight     Being     Made     Against    T,
Kirkpatrick  Bill   by   Employers  of   Women.
inic     Struggle     Eetween     Railway
a'a^nates Averted and  Settlement   Reached.
Manitoba    Election.
A  \\ inn:;,, _��� dispal ch saj.- both parties,  who  have  been quietly clearing
for  action   for   several   wei
'   in preparation  for the * lections,
." e now entering  the campaign  ��ith
unusual  energy.     The   fighl   will   be
strenuous   owing  to   the   shoi;
ti e elapsing    between    dissolution
and polling day       The latest sensation
Is the alliance of R, I,. Richardson, ex-
M.P., i litor of the Tribune, and lead-
, r of a certain  Independenl  element
with the opposition,
He   will   be  a   candidate  In  Killar
. ��hich is a government seat.
'1 ie  S* attl -  &
I ���:.. mpia,   Fe .   21.���If  ihe  K
. . fixing ��� - il hi irs as a da; -
....   : .;   :��� '.. ��� ���   pai ses  I he  S n
,   ������ :     0    n :   3,000   worn* u
. n ,,':: , . eniploj menl in this
- .��� . .
Thai state uent has hi   n ma   - h,
somi he 1    - ���   i  eniployi
, male  la i i   in   the    tate, an I it   ; ���
���1 stimate  is censer-
\iui\'.
The    leclai  tion  '   i :   ! lade   befoi
��� I      House  coi u    n
listii    that the ��   itih   L    ndri   , n   ���       0ui 1   hav,
ing  ..       a. ..   .. i , .... i llu ountry, ha
place of the ruins which since the
meat tire of 1908, have occupied uie
corner of Sixth street and Columbia
Street. For some days past lhe
bricks have heen piled in a circular
form and a huge lire has been burning
Iii th" center in order to dry the
bricks in readiness for laying. The
1. rick la vers, yesterday, commenced
work on the interior walls of the
' uilding, A lol nf the sione and <!'���-
iris which has been laying around
the building has been cleared away;
lumber has heen piled In readiness
Diana    Railwa;    for the carpenters to gel  to work as
company, a Great   Northern  corporation, through its president, Louis W.
- Hill, today conv* yi  I to the < )re-on ii
A'ashlngton railway whole an 1  un
,-ldi     hali In ��� resi s in its Seattl    tkl
an : : . \ along the lai tei s    Igh
of-way, Thi- action has mov* i the
lasl vestige of opposition to the en i j
of the  Harriman  line into Seattle.
A  titanic struggle thai   promised  to
ii rolve i'i" two railroad kings of the
iiintry, Harriman and Hill, and winch
resounded   through   the
heen  livened and  a  new
soon as possible,
Hill's New Policy.
'New York, Feb. 21.���James ,1. i,..i,
president of the Great Northern railroad company, who has returned from
St. Paul, expressed the conviction yes-
terday thai the tide of prosperity is
turning and thai there are indications- of a significant recession in
business. Hill phrased it, "The sails
of prosperity are being reefed."
"General policies of retrenchment
are under way," said  Hill.
"Less money is to he spenl on new-
works. The effect of this movement
is felt at lhe preseni lime in ihe failing off of orders. The beginning "i
this movement is very evident in
Chicago."
"While I can scarcely call it a recession in business, ii is more of a
drawing in. The railroads are curtailing their expenses and placing
fewer orders. On our lines we will
finish the work we have Under way
and   ihai  is all.
"This movemenl toward economy is
scarcely perceptible, hut it should be
sufficient to relieve the strain from
((ingested business, In a way it is
a good thing. It is hetier so. as uie
(in tailment is gradual. (Ithei �� Ise
there i,light he a sadden slum], with
serious results.
"The   firs:   tendency   is  t.iwa: i
Coal City's Fish Story.
Nanaimo, Fe',. 21.���Several of the
' tew of tiie halil ul fishing vess 1 Zop-
a:a had narrow ���'scaie- from drowning lasi week. While oui in a dory,
leaded with fish, a herd of sealions
appeared in iheir proximity, and ihe
.-mall
ting.
Zopara an I a sailor fired a. gun al  th
animals.    His aim was poor, however,   ''��'"' during the coining month-.   I!',i
and  lhe shot  hit   the how of the 1 oat.
croft   was   in  danger  of   upset-   curtailment   of   luxuries.     Then   tin   ���������
Tl;,' danger was seen from the   will le a falling off in ihe amount    f
manufactured articles.   This will con
stitute Jaj ane e I; I oi if the * ig u     , rminus has heen given Harrimai	
|SEC��ETARY SHAW
IS PESSIMISTIC
ot   ,y  Future   Ahead  and   Pre-
-���:css   of   Many
Manufactures.
LIVE MILLION HOLLARS
SATISFIES HllililM
Expert    Grain    Judge    Retires    From
Business Because He Has
Enough  Money.
..  I Tl'' I illl" |S
; .   turers  wilt
ml      and   men   maj
111 'I  "at  ot   ���'.,���  fnctoi les,"   -aid
I rea   ir.\ Shaw in an
il       -   '     lhe    Stll-
1    of Chicago.
layi    we   are   goin^;
'  ���        - "i manufactures,"
Then   the   world   will   not
'���' "nt manufactures, We pay
a��es as much as all the reel
i together.    Think of the
": thousands of Immigrants
""  ' ve.j year to claim a pari
:,,";"   Slim   of   wages.      Where
''' Ti   Lhe farms? No. They
1   factories,
'   '-'""ties are multiplying tmore
1,1 '  our   trade,  and   we  an'
" 've a surplus shortly. Then
Chi
i-'n-.
-. ,
21      lii'A -   I   M
., 'he      \.
a    Hi":'   ���
I of 1     ���'    and  regarded    -
,,,,!.������ tdge  i       alii   in   lhe
v ni Id,   k. -   a, knowledged   his   ret I
i���eni  from business at tiie age of 45
years, on ihe unique ground thai he
has  enough   men,'.',   and   wanes  a  lite
vacation.
lie thus becomes the flrsl  man in
Chicago's history and one  of  th"  few
ui ii mmercial history of the Uni-
who. while comparatively
-iii   pa --es.
restai     nl   men 8re    fighting
rd   anl   ,!��� cl ire  thai  they
(anno!   ai range  their  hoar- -,, a-   io
limit the en     lymen   i
:    ��� :-')'.   A similar : roiesl h a
y store] ee] ��� rs  an i there has
��� ��� a  raise I a j oinl   lhal  even i ten
nil  ot 'i,om ,i   : "
b   ��� :; I'd  a; on   if   an  absolute   ii" ll
tl a le.
inner} men   are  fighting   I
hown  tl
nnh ���    eason  womei
iyed on    I*  e  ��oi     n  'tie cannei ���
a s. making tin i r< un ! I I
a - in ich as ten i    ele\   i 1
;' ���     may onl}   be able to wo
:    ,      on *    er   lays.    Can
nei   ti "ii Insist ihat  they will i i
1      u ��� -,-  i:   I he   mea ��� a-,,   passes,
,;i' Iqiati Ick's   ''ill  has already  ;��� -
Si d llu-  HOU! ' and Is :,' Come ne : Oi 'i
before 'tie S* nate,   li is declared tha
:i "   measure   Is   already   beaten, i.'it
there has I a a big Influx of employers  during  lhe  pasl   lew  days  to op-
���  ���   -are.     There  is   now   a
,e < "a.-i through the diplomac}  i a I
��� ���, n   li - ii;,--   ablllt}   of  I wo Seatilt
men,  ,1.   11.  Farrell, re] resen   ng  th
.,:;-,,. -i Interests in 'lie N',,: thwi   t,
. ���: I   I..  C.  GUraan,  represen
Great Northet n, or Hill ii .
Mrs,   Fortune's   Gift.
iM"-.  Fi   ' oa , the * vn frail
'lanquill
w ritten a letti i to v. I   T  i
cil;.-. in,, tiring wheth     the gift of a
��� oung doe v u ii,| be ai ��� (able to I he
Royal Agricultural socleiy. Mr
Trapp   I i    ri "i :��� d   tl ���'  , "a        I
in ' >   Md, Johnston, ��ho  ��Hi  take
��� cure ihe ,!��� ��� ������ ���  i i,,'half ,,:
��� a,   ' ity.    When  Hie young    do*
which   sank   shortly   afterwards,
fishermen having to swim in  the
v aters to ihe Zopara.
lhe
ley
so far as concerns the future the year
1908 may he a hard one and then
many men may he out of employment."
1MB ROBERTS SOHNHS
MITE OE MNIi
IMEGIE GFFEHS
HELP TO UNIVERSITY
Says   that   Germany's   Ne,v    Ml
Equipment   Is   Aimed   c.t
Great Britain.
S::t;ii    Millionaire   Promises   $iC . ji
to   McGill College  of  B. C. on
One   Condition.
London,  Feb. 21,    VI  a       ��� I ., ���
the  Imperial   Di fen   ���  League  in
Arm}  and Nav}  club lasi  nighl Loi I
Ri   .tis, who presided, said the Hm
[g I ish na Ion cul,i imi lose sighi of me
rough! io Queen's park, the total of
in   the   deer  enclosure   will
��� ���   in- :".' ' I   io  four,  t v. , ���,,:.-: < mil
I t wo d*
i loymenl    to   'en.   and
s'sled is sufficient,
this,   ii   is   in-
I   ,
ll
!l"   greal   danger   to  the
r"i' Utese men will he hard
'"ll.     The  last   cent my   was
'" 'he world's history for
,   ' ���' Ihis  ."c'liury   to   bring
' '"   '  eoin'lel  ever waged
" will hen war for Hie
������ im   there  may   be
Slot   Machines Confiscated.
Taooma, Feb, 21.���To do away with
any   doubl   ahoui   iheir   future   Illegal
use.  the fifty or more slot  machines
which were put out of commission al
the city  hall   .Monday afternoon were
senl  to the bottom of lhe bay today,
This  was decided as the best   way to
rid the county of their presence after
Judge  Arntsen   hud  given orders  ,...'.!
New  Vori;. Feb. 21.���.lames Bryce,   tho machines be destroyed,
the  mw British  Ambassador to the      A   number  of  the  machines   were
I'niied States,  landed  today from the    worth   several   hundred   dollars  each,
steamer Oceanic, having been detain-   nml others were of less value,    it >
id off Sandy Hook'bar over night, and   e&tfmnted thai   ihe  lol  were    worth
la expected  to go directly to Wash,   aboul  $6,000.     They were loaded on
5000000 he   ington,    He is accompanied hy .Mrs.   a scow ami dumped into the hay an.
Bryce. ,;'T :';r supervli h n of   ; olice,
led   Stales
young   and   in   the   full enjoymmii   ot    pose  the
health, ami in a commanding position
i���  ;,  trade which  would enable him
to amass millions, has withdrawn deliberately from the fascinating game
of  money-getting  for  the  simple rea- Bryce   Lands   in   New  York
son that lie has enough, which means
$5,000,000,
When ihe became a member of the
hoard of trade in tSSO lie sei a defln
in. limit to his financial ambitions, He
declared at bis entrance into business
life thai if h" ever mad
would   retire.
.'���it Ca - Cotton, a a meeting
������ . i,,.. oi ;!te tin.,:,; >��� i ommittee of
',lie il":.a! Institution for the advance-
nn nt of learning of British Columbia,
stated that he had received a letter
from Dr. Tory, who is in Montreal, lo
tbe effect unit Andrew Carnegie
has given a donation of $50,000 to the
Nuilding fund of the McGill University College of Ornish Columbia, .n-
ditional on a similar sum being ral ed
within a certain period.
This gift   from Mr. Carnegie makes
a substantial foundation for ihe fund
of $100,000, which is the sum lhat the
board of management  of the coJ ige
Liberal   Association. ! considers should he raised before the
The annual meeting of the Liberal   actual  work of constrction is under-
association, for ihe election of officers   taken.
and   Other   business,   will  he  held   lllis
tail   ihai   ail   the  new equipment   of
��� rmany  was   aimed   at   Greal   Britain.
The tact was, he said, Germany
uotsi have space to colonize in and
suitable space far thai purpose could
only he bad after defeating Kiiglau |,
Directly Greal Britain was reduced to
the rank of a third ra e power Germany would he worl I supreme,
"���ening in the club rooms, Columbia
s; i "ei.
Mrs. Scott Worse.
M   ���  Scott,  of  Blaine, who under-
IU   '"., ration  at   th"   SL Mary s
'     ''al  about   IWO  weel. j  ���,���;,���,, is now
Ing  ai  that  Instirutii n in a critical
ion.
Kuropatkin in Trouble.
Berlin, Feb. 21���Gen . Kuropatkin.
Vosslche Zeituns snys. has four duels
on his hands because of the attacks
made in his recently published b iok
on the Russo-Japanese war. Generals
Kaulbars, Grippenberg, Rennenkamp
and Bilderllng, ii is said, have each
i hallenged Kuropatkin,
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LADIES' BLOUSES WHICH
WE ARE CLEARING AT
FROM   75    CENTS   UP.
A. J. BIRTCH,
COLUMBIA ST.
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS   45,400,000
Eighty-five  branches, with Correspondents  throughout
th'.' world. 	
SAVINGS   BANK
ONK DOLLAR opens an account.   Interest added four
times a year.    Start to-day.
FIVE YEAR MARRIAGES
ADVOCATED IN IOWA ~
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Legislature   is    Seriously   Considering    J
the Passing of a Bill Permitting
Term   Marriages.
ll OUR  GRAPHOPHONES
And Edison Records the Market's Best
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Des .Moines,  Feb.  21.���A marriage \
on trial law  is proposed for the sta-
tute books of Iowa ai  this session of
the Legislature.   A bill providing for [
trial marriages will be introduced before the Legislature adjourns, if pres-!
ent   plans   do  not  miscarry,   and   its j
enactment Into law will he urged by i
some of the prominent   members of j
the body.
The bill  will  provide thai  a  marriage  contract   may   be entered   into |
by a man and a woman for a  period
of five years and at  the end of five
years the husband and wife may re-  "
now the contract  if they so desire.
Many members of ibe Legislature
are giving the question of marriages I
on trial serious study and the Legislature has made an appropriation to
secure a copy of the trial marriage
bill which was recently introduced in
the   South   Dakota   Legislature.
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OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO   9  O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1811
CAPITAL   .
RESERVE
.$14,400,000.00
$11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England,
Xew York. Chicago and Spokane. U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Hanking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit Issued, available will correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at :i per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH. (i. D.  BRYMNER, Manager.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Stole for  Brother's Sake.
Bloomington, 111., feh. 21.���MUs
Helen Dixon is an occupant of n ceil
in the city jail awaiting trial on the
charge of embezzling money from the
Cleaners' society of the Christian
church, of which she was treasurer.
Sin- was a leading church worker,
respected hy all, and had been intrusted with large sums of money
raised   for  religious  purposes.
When   arrested    last    night,    .Miss
Dixon  confessed   to having sent   the
money to her brother, who is known    | ���
to  he of a   wild  and  reckless disposi-    I
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Hotel   Guests. I
Guichon���F.   R.    Phillips,   Toronto; ��� J
IJ.   VY'.   Bailey,   Vancouver;   \\".   Finch ! j
Page, Victoria;   A. C.  Stewart, S. B. j j
Buchanan. Vancouver;     .T.   C.   Blair,   j j
Detroit, .Mich;   F.  Howey, Bellingham;    J j
C,   W.  Barbone,   Anacortes;    H.    R.   I
EVERY  RECORD  KEPT  IN  STOCK  COMPRISING
SOME FOUR THOUSAND SELECTIONS OE
SACRED AND
SECULAR MUSIC
All the best Operas, Leading Tenor, Baritone and
Bass soloists, also Soprano and Contralto. Band
Selections, Dance Music, Comic Songs, in endless
variety.
PIANOS
Call and inspect our leading lines. New Scale
Williams, Morris, Dominion and Nordheimer, the
finest makes in British Columbia, and can be purchased on easv terms.
King, H. K. Austen, Thomas Gibb*
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Barker, Denman's Island. ' ��
Windsor���R.   H.   Hall   A'andoz     Is-   { j
land; Mrs. Reid. Chiiliwack;  II. Leaf,    ' '
Clou  Valley;   Mrs.   C.
Langley;   E.   YV.   McCli
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Le Lion. Silverdale;   Mrs. McGregor,  ���
Aldergrove;   Mr,  and   .Mrs.   d. Davis,
Vancouver.
Colonial���R.   I).   Douglas,    Vancou-
New Westminster's Music House
iwiick: n. Liear,   \ \
A.   Toole.  Fori    j j
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J. H. TODD
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HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.
13. E.  WALKER,  General Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts   may be  opened  and  conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits ef $1 and upwards received, ami interest allowed at current rates.   The
depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal
of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
ver;   Thomas   tnnes,   Nelson;   E. Mc- [owing tract of land situated in Coasl ,
Gregor, Cloverdale; .1. Myers, Nelson; District,  for a Mill site.    Commenc-
1-  Hoivarlh, Vancouver. jng at a ll0st planted on shore of hay
���~���   ^= g,   B,   Arm   Huaskin   Lake,   about   S.
JR W.  corner  T.   L.   No.    6943;     lhence
/?f>\-ro-vr?v\^38Sr Sf,lllh  '"   cnalns;    Wesl    5 enams;
$;**���;.-��� ;'*'v ^ffi&zg&k South 10 chains, more or less to N. E,
,.     i*. ',' .i-f-VvHsSv Shore  Of Turnbull  Cove;   thence   West
' *  ''~/\ with   shore  line   20 chains;   .North   10
--.'S , chains:    Easl   5    chains;     North     I'i
chains,   more  or    less,  to    shore    of
Huaskin     Lake;     thence    East    with
shore  line  20 chains, more or less,  to
point   of   commencement;   containing
Any available Dominion Lands with-    (.n,s   ���������.,. ,���.  |(.ss
... the Railway Belt In Drills!, Colum- ���,.,.,,,, t]ljs  ,,,,��� fl     ,���. ,,���,,,������.���
bia, may be homesteaded by any per- .fJM-
son who is the sole head of a  familv, ,���',    '   ,,
or any male over IS years of   age, to ""he   McLAUOHUN    LUMBER   CO.,
the extent of   one-quarter   section of
,,.,, , By C. R   McLaughlin, Pres., M   D
IbO acres,  more or   ess,
NEW   WESTMINSTER
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Second Hand Junk Store
Highest Prices Paid for STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Between Columbia  and
Fraser River Hotel
Apply by mail,
or by
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I Electric Railway Service |
* Inter-urban   Line.
+ Cars    for  Vancouver  and    way
i stations  will  run  every half-
��� hour from 5:50 a, m. to 11  p
# m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
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���       6.15 a.in. to 11  p in.
J    20 Minute Service���NO transfer,
a      Between l- and 2 and h and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during re- ��
mainder of day.   Transfer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday Service half-hourly between '���' a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 6.25 a.
in to 11 p.m., excepl between
12 and 2, and 5 and 7. during
which hours the service will be
half hourly,
Sunday Service   half-hourly be-
i ween 8,30 a.m. ami 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
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L'utr\ musl be made personally at
the local land office for the districl in
which  the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform  the ,'oii'lii ions i onnecled  there-
���   j with under one of the following plan-:
tit At least six months' residence
upon ami cultlval lon of the land In
each year for three years.
i-i If the father (or mother, If the
fal her Is deceased i, of the homestead-
e ��� resides upon a farm In t he vicinity
oi ihe land entered for, the requirements as tO residence lua.v be satisfied
I by such person residing ��Ith the
father or mother,
(3)     II' the  sell! t  has   bis  pet man
i enl residence upon farming land own
I'd ���'.: him iu the \ Iclnlty of bis home-
- ti ad,   the   requirements   as  to
di nee maj  be sal Islie I    by resident e
' Upon   the   -lid   I ill 1
Six mon: lis' nol Ice in wrll Ing slu il I
, he given lo the Commissioner of Do-
i minion Lands al  Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent,
Coal hinds may he purchased al $10 i
per acre for sot'i coal and $20 for anthracite,     Nol   more than   tll'u acres
can be acquired by one individual or
company.   Royalty at the rate of len
ci ills per toii of 2,000 pounds shall he
collected on the gross oui put.
��- < <* tho^mTsteToniie in- Westminster Iron Works
terior.
X. li��� Unauthorized   publication of  GENERAL MACHlNJfl ANU JUNUINB
this    advertisement     will  not   be patd WORK.
SHIP SMITHING, IIKIUUl'J and
TOILET
SoapS
Prices       j
25c per doz.
to $1 a cake
EYES   TESTED    FREE
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     I urned Work,    Etc.
Fi;h nnd  Fruil   Boxes.
Large Stock Plai    and  Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
STRUCTURAL  IRON     UOKK.
TIMBER   NOTICE.
-,. ^x*w*?jh zztygWsVGz EXJB^zmvmi&efWmmaaisti-'' i^sianm
Ornamental   iron   worn,  including
Fences, Gates, Eire biscapes, etc.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai      M*11 orders and correspondence in-
sixty   days alter  dale   we   intend   to
ipply   to   the   Honorable     the                        JOHN   REID
jjj   Commissioner   ol'   Land,   and    VVot                           BEGBIE B'l'KfcJUJl
II1   '   rermlsBlon   to  purcha   ���   ll | New We ||n|nB.cr ' ;._ a ^
PURE GOODS ARE
CoWan'S Perfection COCO&
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquettes, Wafers, Medallion*. Etc.
Cowan's CaKe Icings
EVERY GROCER KEEPS THEM
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd., TORONTO
:&aftMBSBgs^^
���srJ inAY   FEB. 22,  1007.
IhB DAILY NEvVS
ig Clothing House
���a.1 mmmkssmwmM��*\sawx&mmkmmsMwmmmaaa\^^
In addition to our Tweed and Worsted lines of
Clothing, mentioned in our 15 days' Clearance
Sale, we have added 50 suits of Black Cheviot
and Diagonal, which are going at 50c on the
dollar.
Remember, these will not last long.
Where can you get a $20.00 Suit,
with trimming to correspond, for
$10.00?
sws
THE
Wardrobe Clothier
Columbia Street, New Westminster
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Trains & Steamers ;,
C I'M.  MAIN  LINE,
th, afid  l-ith each monlh  for Cla; o
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
BOSTON'S   LACK OF HUMOR.
i   in   another  department,   where
lough is mixed, rolled and placed
I-
WHEN  GOING EAST
ot,   lea ������ .-  \., tot i.i    ,,:.    20th    for
Quatsino and way points, ASK THE TICKET AGENT WD|cftn J? Fj ChonnarH Rv Ch       A" ��*������"����� v,",v '" ""' ��-��������*���   lu ��1'" l,a,ls ''"���"'>��� ��" receive the til
;. w. 15.40; arr N. W, 11.35.         LOWER FRASER RIVER route T�� SEND * ��L ��VER MM �� "' ^PP3��� ��� l0'                        "' ��'e "Hul-"                     ��*   "' au* one "'""- "^ l"em"k��*
CPR   MISSION BRANCH.                               Steamer Transfer            ' "THE NORTHWESTERN LINE" D0A UMm\*\�� Rt/   Ch                   I nave said that Boston loves relies,   is an easy and effeminate ei.iploymenl
.    '   Von         <s       -   V--                                           iranster ^y |\f[ () U ll LCI III KV. LU. The relies which It laves hest are the   he should  visit  a  pie haUery  and  in
N. VY. V.,u; ar. belittle 15.50,          Leaves  Xew  Westminster  on  Mon Eight  Trains Every Day in the Year -,.,���.,              ,   ,              ,,   relies of England's discomfiture.    The   sped   the   muscles  developed   on   the
Uie i-'.::"; ar. X. W. 18.40.    day,  Tuesday,  Wednesday, Thursday BETWEEX wtots ��8t Ui aS"wuS to "Ls"   Btate,y portralts "f r"|,l"y r-''" of 8n,n:I   :mu< '"' expcrt pie rn'sl ",lx"rs ant1
WESTMINSTER JUNCTION.   and   Friday at 2   p.m. and  Saturday m,.                 ,.      ��      p      , land, Nelson and intermediate points    account compared to the memorials of   rollers.   They would be creditable to a
;.....    N'. W. 8.30, 10.35, IT,.40, 17.35.       at 2 P- m- wlth additional trip ou Mon- iUinReapOIlS,  Ol.   laUl connecting at Spokane with the Great
\" \V  9 35  11.35   16.40  IM".      day at 5 a- m- J   /M ��� Xorthern, Northern Pac'iic and O. R.
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday, ftllU  LftlCagO & N. Co.
G     VT NORTHERN RAILWAY,      Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at Tur_D.TV,,r   P.,,��� Connects at Rossland with the Can-
,. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m. i, t..;,  ; _   __   .���,���.'.., HE TRAIX  OF  FAMr. adian   Paciflc  Railway   for   Boundary
THE TRAIX OF FAME
W 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.   '  R- ���'"���'���  trlaav at b a- m- additional  TRE     XORTH-WESTERX.    LTD
p,m, trip Saturday
what   was   nothing   else   than   a   civil trained athlete and would pin many it
��var.   Faneull hall, the Covent Garden mill   worker   ami   blacksmith   to   the
of Boston, presented to the city by Pe- blurb,    Finally the pies are placed on
ter Faneull some thirty years  bejbrc racks and shoved Into huge evens that
the birth of "liberty.'' is now but an resemble nothing else so much as thc
p. m.
V��� W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv  X  VY. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m
G. X. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Creek ooint? emblem of revolt. The Old South meet- kilns used  for burning brick.    These
Embodies the newest   and best ideas      Connects  -it    Mevers    Falls    with '"" P'nce ls endeared to the citizens of kilns are constructed in any size de-
UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE      for    COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.  stage ^su, f0r Republic       " Boston as "the sanctuary of freedom." sired,   with   a   capacity   of   anywhere
S.S.Beaver                        anJ   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted   with      Buffet   service   on   trains   between A. vast monument, erected n mere quar- from fifty up to several hundred at a
'                                   both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most  q.J0|.,ne an(j  ]sjeison       ter of a century ago, commemorates tbe time, while they can be refilled every
,ew   Westminster,  8  a.  m. brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the      Effective    Sunday     November    to "Boston massacre." And wherever you half hour or less.-Pacific Monthly.
-Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.      world.     Th,
...e   equipment   consists   oi   ,00.
Lv.  N,  W.  9:35 a.m.;   ar.  Guichon      Leaves chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,  private   -ompartment   cars,   standard   Leave
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   c.illing   at  16  section  sleepers,  luxurious  dining    n 2o a m
turn you are reminded of an episode
Arrive   which  might easily be forgotten.    To
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l->irly Hells.
The lads of the ancients were piles:
H. A. JACKSON.
'S DRY DOCK;
I.\   Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W. landings   between   Xew   Westminster  car, reclining chair cars  (seats free),   ,2 2j p m
5:45 i   ui. and 6 p. m. and Chiiliwack.                                            modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-     g 40 a m'
,,     .            , brarir and  smoking cars.
M ��� b onl>' NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.                 r       T-        T . ,        r,  ,,
i,        ii cTTine    vivpnrvrn Eor  Time  Tables,  holders, or  any    	
IS.  i .   LLEClRIC���\AXLOLvLR. c    o   Tees                               ,     .,        .   ,                         ,,
--��-.., further  mtormation  call   on  or  write   _
Lv. New Westminster 5.50. 6.50, 1 Leaves Van,ouvei. at   g            2nA                         ���.������-���                    P
. m., and every half hour there-  a���d   mh  of  each  ni,,n;h   M���ins,  &t V. W. FAKKLK, L
11 P- m' Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola - GENERAL. AGENT,
Lv. Vancouver  for  Westminster at  on  second ,,i;i   Ti[ne on arr,va] an(] ?2Q Second Avenue. Seattle, Wait.      Inet of 4th Ave.  Cor. ICth  Street
���amehour*.                                          | departure are approximate                  p           j D NeW WeSflflinSler, B. C.
Fraser River and Gulf For  rePerrntlpns  ami   information" ���      ������������-     " ���
UP  RIVER. eal1 0r a'!'ireSS
Beaver- ED. GOULET,
Froi    V. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m. A��ent'  -'ew Westminster,
i       .  Chwk.  Tu.,  Th.,  Sat., 7 a.m. E. J. COYLE,
H          i��� '>sst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
\. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m. J- W. TROUP,             rkl������r��.   I ahJah
.   Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m. General Superintendent, Victoria.      l*lllCogO, LOI1QOI1,
DOWN RIVER.
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���   N.W. daily, ex. Sunday 2 p.m
trip, Monday, .", a.m. _ .     _      ,
steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)    railway company   Montreal, Quebec,
Day Train
. Spokane ....7.15 p.m.   an  Englishman  these historical  land	
Rossland        4100m    marks   are   Inoffensive.    The  dispute of  sk ns.    lhe  tirst   beds  resembling
" Nelson     '" 6u om'   "'hich thev recall aroused far les. erao- *ose !,si1 '" l1""1"1'" l""��'s were "1:!'!l>
���                             ''" '       I tion on our side of the ocean than on ��' ''"',, ami later of straw.  The use
' the other,  and  long ago  we saw the   ��[   f "iu��� In making beds has    .1
attribnteJ t,, the Romans, and Elaga-
events of the Revolution In a fair per-
bulus   (Ileliogabulns)  is said   to  have
spectlve.    In truth, this insistence on
be  past   s  not   wholly   ereditnble   to ' .���,.,,,���
1 , ,        ���     ���., . A,r beds were frequently used during
Boston s sense of humor,   ihe passion- ���
ate paeans which litis and bis friends
used an air cushion for a pillow In 218.
Air beds were frequently used during
the  sixteenth   century.    Feather   beds
Grand Trunk Ry.
, sunn  to  liberty  were irrelevant.    Liberty was never for a moment in dan-
; ger,   If  liberty,  indeed,  be  a  thing  of
were largely used during the reign of
Henry VIII, of England.
1*1 en mii nt.
"Oh.   Georire.   I'm   so   g'nd   vou've
fact und not of watchwords.   The lend
All   kinds   Of   ShlD   ren?ir! l'rs "' ""' I'<n"lMti"" wrote ,""1 sl'"k0   come!" exclaimed the girl.  "Father is
Excellent Train Service Between 1 ' :|s though it was iheir duty to throw   so excited and disturbed. Do go In and
Canadian Pacific
work.
Shi]
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Estiir
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Mail Service
Cli se.   R*      ������ i.
, via Sumas 7.45a.m.   C.40p.m,      Through   vestibuled   trains   to
1        daily,
���      n and Mill-
So. 1  7.45 a in.  I L35 a.m.
\ ano  iver,  No,  l.  7.45 a.m.   9.00 a in.
Cloverdale,
��� '   .Seattle. .  S.45 a.m.    3.30 p.m.
,'.  Cen. Park.10 30 a.m,   2.00 p.m.
'���   '     .1    to '.'.!��� am.    9.00 .1 111
11 n.ihy   ....   1.13 ;.- m.     1.15 p.m.
.   Steveston,
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I   east, Sapper-
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lain     3.00 1 m   lb"-' a m
1 I   Burnaby 3.30 p.m.   G.00 p.m
i Iyer   4.00 p m   1 LOO p.m.
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olt the yoke of the foreigner���it yoke calm him."
.,                                    as heavy as that which Catholic Spain "Verv well," replied George, "what's
.Ship   and   SCOW    Building   cast   upon   Protestanl   Holland.     But the matter with him?"
I there  was  110  yoke  to  be  thrown  off, "Why���er- I just told him vou want-
Hn     "If          Trt-nnf-n I*"**!""       "J'                                         because no yoke was ever Imposed, and ed to marry me."
namillOn,   lOrOniU,        Fst-imntP?   'nrnmnth'   fnr.   Boston might have celebrated greater	
r.buiiLdiu-,  j iHunipti}   xui    eventg |n her 1)lgtory thnn thMt u.hk.h To vvll|fu| men th;i lnjurles tbnt tbpy
an American statesman has wisely call- themselves   procure   must   be   thei,-
ed "the glittering and sounding gener- schooling.���SbakwTOare.
allties of natural right."���Charles Whit- Adnm nml Ere.
lev iii Blackwood's Magazine. Adnm   was   making  his   avowal   to
Eve.
ROBUST  DOUGH   ROLLERS, "Xo power shall ever take vol! from
W. E.. EMERSON
Portland, Boston,
RESIDENCE���2-1 Eighth street. New
And all the principal business centers of  Westminster, B.C.
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Flrsl class > "���, : ��� is and tourisl ears.   ^^
,, u'rliu'i:.   Also to lUTFALO, N'EW YORK 11110     I      Ml     l\l     1        if
Manufacturer of
Ini 11 n a lon  1 beerfulij   give n.
B. .1. COYLE
A. c. P. A.
Van."  ivei
lll.i. GOOL-E-f
Agenl  C.P.H,
New  Westminster,
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc, address
GEO.  W.  VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
Agent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
!Northern Pacific
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Office,  Eighth  Street,
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
1    Tel. 113.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.  fnr C0NRAD| CARCROSS, ATI.IN.
Brltkh Columbia Coaat LIm WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
Service.
Sunday)   carrying   paiiengers,   mail,     "^j^""      "ft eTlentS
express   and   freight   connect    with "*
stages al Carcrosi and White Horse, New York.  Chicago.
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Travel on the Famous
ept      p/-NOR��� MAST LIMTBD"
i      Electric-lighted train,   low nates.
' Service.
TIME TABLE
U. C. Co,rst Line Service.
Westminster
Transfer Co
Office���Tram  Depot
"I'fieo 'Phone iK,r>.      /iurn fnona 13
  my side," lie declared fervently.
Work   In   u   Pie   Factory   In   on   the ���TiMl-s   .,   ,���.,,,,v   ,.;lsl,   promise,   isn't
Scale of AiiiicilcN. ,.��� ,            , ,,    '     ���  , ���       ,, ���        ,.,,,
1 It,   inquired Eve, winking, "since you
To properly describe the processes of kmiu. , ������s ,.���,,,��� ,-,,������ your ,We ,;,,,
baking pumpkin pies would require one , flr8l tWil[._, nfter you arrived here':"     }
skUled in tbe technicalities of the art. Perceiving that tbe woman was -iv-
This Is tbe way It looks to a mere man: ing him a rib roast. Adnm  went oft
First, tbe coarse yellow rind is remov-' sulking   in   the  apple  orchard. -Ex-
ed, aud then the pumpkin is cut open change.
and  lhe seeds taken out, after which '
..      .         ,    ,                   ,                                   , lie   Wan   Itiulit.
I the two halves are thorough y washed. ���.,       .       ..,.,,              ,  .     ,   ,,
1                                            ��� 'See  here,    feebly  complained  the
rbeu a husky lad takes a sort of eleav- vl,.���m .���������,,. ���K, nccl(lent) ��]  thought
er ami cuts the pumpkin  Into  large you said it was perfectly safe to go op
pieces,   which   are   i"d   Into  a   steam in thai old elevator?"
chopping machine and reduced to small "Well," replied tbe elevator man, "so
fragmi nts.   Those are placed in a huge '' wna B��lfe '" SO up.  Von see. the dan-
copper 1,. r capab ' holding per Berous ''''"'' "r " W,'1S c '"' 'l"w'll-"~
,                      .,,.., Ph Indephla Tress.
haps   twenty-live  gallons.    Alter   the	
i bollIn��   bas   '    I'"1 Gt0(1   ��   PnslT Con.Worntc.
mixture of eggs, milk, sugar, cinnamon Mr   l'onnghub   Did .von   bake  this
o' ami  otl.er  spices  and  condiments  is bread, darling?   Mrs. 1'ounghub   Ves,
added ami well stirred In, ami then the dear. Mr. Younjihnb   Well, please don't
,vei|,,w  mass is ready to be Oiled Into do nnythlng like that agnlu,   Yon are
lhe -\, 1,-t,ii pics.    The crusi  Is pre entirely loo lljtbl for such heavy work.
Columbia St.
maintaining a through winter servi ���
Foi  information apply to
j.   II   ROGERS, Traffic Managei, AND ALL POINTS JSAST Baggage deliver.,:    ,
Vancouver.  II.  C St, amshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-   part of the city,
pean points.
99   Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trl
Rates   to   Southern   California
"The Milwaukee'
ALASKA ROUTE.
' ���" ���. change without notice).
I., a',,- \ an
 Feb, Till
& ttrtce  Feb. 1 Lhl
 Feb. 21st
trl t  Feb. 28th   "The  pione-r Limited"  St.  Paul  to  For full informtion call on or write
AXCOUVER VU TORI \ ROUTE Chicago,  "Short  Line"   Omaha  to 0. E. LANG, General Agent,
I'Hncoss Victoria le ive, Vancou       Chicago, "South    West    Limited       430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. (
!���   1 |,n,  (|ailv Kansas City to Chicago. A   Di CHARLTON,
Victoria dully at  l a.m 'N'"  tr:,i��s  '��  ,,lf   service   on  any   portiand,Orfl
railroad   in   the   world   that   equal   111
LORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE,        equipment that of the Chicago, Mi'
itj   10   n.>
Light and Heavy Hauling
City Electric Work
Opposite Train Office
For electric signs, dynamos, motors,
P
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VICTORIA
:a    k,,.  ��    .        ... '...,,. .., 1  ripBinnrnnrfl ������       ,,.,1,.. ,,,..,,,,,.,1,. ,,n������,i,���i (���
^ive   tneir  r
NEW    WESTMINSTER! serviie not obtainable elsewhere
ROUTE.
; CITY  OF NANAIMO.
New Westminster at 7 a. ni.!
lys
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE
S. S. Jo.in
Rervice not oDiamaoie biscwhkiw. ���      {U'i'i^'^r'Si  *-'*   "  i
11. S. ROWE, General Agent. ^ ^^j, riaLUtfLW. I
t*M Third St.. cor Aider. Portland, Or. l^^"f eM!'HES3 OF  BRITAIN [T<K600
BLACKSMITHING.
ll' Powort EMPRESS OF IRELAND I     TCW   ,
���Vli.   ,s ii���. lime in send for your |
,.. 111 the Old Country while the
pairs promptly attended to.
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE 304.
Having bought oul  the Blacksmith-   mt(?8 are |ow.    Tourist  Sleepers run
FARMERS !
Ing business of it. ll. Benson, I will Jol)n ,��� ,,������,���.,., with Empress   ���   �� DJ.fa^T*��..*��.,
.        ,ver daily al L:80p.u   be pleased to see all his old custom.   '^     ,.n;   M ���,,.��� ,,,���,,    ,,���, ���������,,  77,^raSer KlVef laimery
as well ai new ones
Horseshoe
VVEST   COAST   ROUTE. 'ng n specially."
steamer Queen  City. h. M.  KNUTSON,
Vl    Hn al  11  p.m; on 1st, Eighth street
d. e ��� and rate, apply to
ED, QOULET.
CP.R. Agent.
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   FOR    HIDES.
This is the label that guarantees
riehest fabrics, finest tailoring,
newest styles and unmatch-
able values.
It is a good thing to look
for���and a good thing to
find.
It goes in all
"Progress Brand"
Suits and Overcoats    M
Is it in your clothes?  It should be.
H.   L.   del BECK
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THE DAILY NEWS
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Prices    Wem e:   \.rr s] ^ ::���.;���/. seas i  :    season.   We've
something ne^
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Thequesti : wit] us is: Shall we sell all these sl iesi w, orn<
We Say Now!
A
CLOUDBURST of BARGAINS
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TIIE DAILY NEWS
THE
ASH STORE
ONLY 2 DAYS MORE
leant
dr*
[EW COTTONS
iv and    more���February and March ar,- growing tn be sumn
iking months of the year.    Women   who  love exclusive,  r.
of cottons, know that they  are shown  here,
:.   ivoi I Is  tn say  that   we an   read    with  the  [>reti i
title '   textures ima ginable,
The steam    tus
twenty-one hours late. The delay was
occa nue i by blizzards on the prairies.
Cotton Voiles, For Instance
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For im flowers, bridal bouquets and , ning to build others.    They   will have
Funi ral designs, 'phone Tidy, the Flor-1 several in readiness for leasing during
;       U.84. ihe Ashing season.     Air.  Wilson  was
looking around   ihe   Royal   City  ship
Belle,    yesterday,   yards  yesterday   and   making  prelim-
brought  in a large boom of logs for   iua-rj   arrangements   for    the    work.
Hi"  Royal Citj  .Mills. T|���. construction   of a   scow   mi   feet
��� . long ami  26 feel   beam,  with hull  7
iesterdays  easl   hound   iram    \v:is   ,.,.,..       , .,, ,      ,
feet j Inches deep will be the flrsl to
be undertaken.     The   work   will   be
commenced   as   soon   as   Mr    Wilson
ran   gel   the   men   together.
Six can lidates will be ini: iated into :
the  mysteries  of  Oddfellowshlp ai   a       ""' long l'M"'"*"'  spur which  has
session  of the  Royal City  lodge,  Xo.""""  ')romlsetl   "'  '!'"  Vulcan   Boiler
::   I ,i uk, ;;,;- evening. I wor*B  aml   the    Wood    Stave    P1Pe
works,  is now   being  constructed   by
There is a growing demand for lots   the B. C. I-:. H. company.   The laying
in Sapperi ,:, and W. .1. Kerr is hold-   ol the rails has been commenced mil
an   \ iction sale of si lots in Bap-   the switch is already an accomplished
���ii  nol   far   from   the  car  line, on    fact,     The spur  leaves   the  main  line
night, at 8 p.m. a! ;l poinl aboul lull'way between the
Vulcan   Boiler   works  and   the   Royal
City   mills'   office.    The   wesi   bound
freight   cars  will  curve  to  the  righl
i  'ui  Monday  and Friday  only  iu   ,,          .
in   order   to   take   on   their   lo I Is    ���:
nil week, from 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.   ,    .,, ,      ,. .   ,, ,. ,, .
pipes ui   boilers as tin- case may be.
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S GIGANTIC  Double Header SALE
|    So ii you want to save your money, don't waste
| time, but secure the best bargains while there's time
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i Linoleums and Oilcloth...
I
i . i;   M unicii ality.     During - s
enl    Period   the   office   will   be
i a.in. to 2:30 p.   .
next. !',. D. WALK-
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���    Fabrics,  wil ha   .: nm i   work ol   lattice   ,voi
��� I  ed wild ruses;        .   ., aiu   .... ,ith   . ,
,40C
;  Swiss Flowered  Or     .   ies,      plain      ;r mn is,      striped
:. :  < heel " I grounds,   wi ithet      iwers in
ks,  blue-.   ��� , ' lavenders,  etc .
25c,  .":.  40c,  50c  and  00c
m      if   greens,
Lin ms, N'ainsooks and   I'
, splendid for wash.
less expensive one.-   I
so   flowered   Batistes . .
ri Law ns,    in  ; are while, soft,
.... i  r.\ ���_ ' ���. 35c i,i 50c
Swiss     with   i   il     and
 l2M>c and  He
Woman   Can    Never
lave Too Many Waists
'Alien   she can gel   t!        al three for the price of two.
��� It's a sale of manufacturer's samples.      V.,u  know   what
ins     .lu--  one ,,:' a  kin ;   ind  sure to be well made;  may be
live or nine'     liffereni       mis    made   if  nun's  veiling,  lustre,
French fancy walsiin elainel e, etc., In a complete range
A  few made in Pete    Pan styles:  others In oilier popular
, al  the following special      ices:      85c. $1.15. $1.35. $1.95 and
worth $1.25 to $3.50.
Thc -pur will branch in different directions so as to conned with the
liffereni store houses and tnei I the
requirements of the shippers. The
s, ur will be ready fo use In abou
a week,
A Hindu, who resides In the tenement house beyon l the Royal City
mills, yesierday tumbled oul of one
of the upstair windows and after
striking the walk rolled onto the grass
below. The drop was one of fully
eighteen feel and an observer fully
expected that it would be necessary
to send for either an ambulance or a
dead can in order to gather In the
fragments. The Hindu, however,
picked himself up and shuffled off into
the house again, rubbing one of his
shoulders and saying things which
would perhaps hardly be .suitable to
put into print were they interpreted
imi, English, The victim was leaning
oui of the window In order to gather
in sonic laundry ('.'I which he had
placed on a  nail to dry.
The two basketball games which
are to be played on Saturday, at the
Armouries promise to be most interesting events, The local boys have
been having good practice, and are In
, r.                                                     Tine shape.     Their   Vancouver oppon-
Sale of Furniture  at   Market Square ,                                 , . , .
,, . ,       ,                    ,. ,  ,       ,  ; ems have   not .been   shirking   work.
en I'l'idav. by  I. .1.  Irapii.   Sideboard, ,        ,                   ,    ,
and when  the   teams   clash,   there   is
lounges, taides. etc.                                , ,              ,                    ,     ,
bound to be something doing all the
Aid.  Henley and Superintendent  T. ' time.    The admission fee will be 25c,
Ftirness,   of   the   board   of   works  de-   and. as ihere is no other attraction  in
partment,  are engaged   In  an   active   the   city   Saturday   evening,   a   good
search for horses for the city depart-   < rowd should be on hand to cheer the
ment   which   they  control,     On  Wed-   boys   on.     The local  teams   will   be
nesday   thej   spem   the  daj'   In   Van-   composed of  the    following:    Senior
en     iber of Ot angemen   ,\ li i
. i n lance al   tin   Gi in I
1. 113,   rei urn* i   home   >* ������-
...   aft* There wa ��� a gre il
iandsh and some of the
tried har I to ( atch on to
grip, bui ','   ,'. as   lone .- i carefully
:..    . apt ure I,
* first fa series of barges which
are being built at theCrane shipyards,
ha- been sin cessfullj launched and
..:., ii around to Vancouver. The ves-
-��� I is built for the purpose of being
tewed behind another vessel. It has
a Hal bottom, a high curved prow and
I? so broad that il would be difficult
io upset it. Il is understood thai the
. -.".- v. ill '.,   ��� i for carrying coal.
Quite a number of New Westminster men are .going over to Vancouver
this evening for the purpose of attending  a  special   ii ting  af the Bruce
Old Hoys' association, which is to be
held iii the assemblj hall of the Athletic club. Important mat lets will
< oine up for discussion, and plans
will be made for a grand re-union to
take place in Bruce county sometime
in August.
'��; worth 80c, 75c, 70c, 60c, 55c, and 50c,
>; going at  60c, 55c, 50c, 45c, 40c and 35c.
ij
;���; Some good Chairs, worth 75c, at       48c
>; Rockers, worth 87. at    $3.75
;���: Matting, worth 30c, to-day only 14c yd.
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iaLilLiSla   O       EMPORIUM
J Dupont Block
New Westminster
Tel. 73
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l-lb. Bricks 35c per Ib.
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14-lb. boxes at 322 per Ib.
AT
ADAMS & DEANS
��� THE CITY GROCERY ���
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.   i iuver,   Imi   Calling  to  I'm.I   anything   team,���Guards,  0.   Peele,    ll.   McAr-
*|   in   sail   them,   journeyed   to   Ladner   thur; centre, F.  Lund;  righl  forward,    ���   WELLINGTON    LUMP    COAL
"*,   \esterday* afternoon In the hope that   A.  Robertson;   left   forward,  D.   Mor-
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
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more suitable animals inlghl be   ouncl ' i:
Intermediate    team,���guards,
267 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER
"i   in  the  Delta     Two  or  three   horses   E. McAdams, G. Odin;  centre. B.Gil-
oard  of   ley;  right   forward, O. Swanson;  left
; forward,    II.    Archibald.    The    flrsl
game will starl sharp al eight o'clock.
WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
AND PEA COAL.
;   w i'i  be  pun liase i   for  tin
i' oi ks.
TENDERS
if?**;
.' ���. ms, , ne third cash and the i >'-
; ncc In six and twelve men::: -. v. Ith
li ���  res' al  seven ; er < ent.
I Lots on Fourth Street, each $200
Lot on Princess Street,    .   .   200
Lots close to Fourth St., each   215
"   West End, each   ...   200
(> "    near Park, each     .   .   . 160
OOK   UP  THESE   PROPOSITIONS
IVicLEOD, MARK &  CO.
[The Fam, Land Specialists," New  Westminster
rowing /Appreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING  DEMAND FOR OUR
= Sugar Cured =
;reakf ast Mams and Bacon
For a nice bunch of Violets or t ar-
nations, telephone T. Da vies & Son,
florists.    Tel.   B20S.
Al a recenl meeting of the Lang
',;.   Agricull tiral   soci* t>.   il   wad  de-
diled that the annua! fall fair would Will be received by the undersigned
le held on the Wednesday immediate- up to noon on Thursday, 2S February,
I; preceding the New Westminster ex- lf>07, for the purchase of Lot 30 in
hibitiou. The Langlej people have de- City Block F, upon which Is situated
termined to make a strong effort lo a large two storey residence
make this }ear's fail n comple e sue-
: ess. A , on.-: lerable amouni of routine   '��� usiness   was  transude I  al   Ihe
neel n...  and  i ominlttees     were    ap-
ninted   for   Lhe  purpose   of   looking      Tenders  iinisl   be   accompaln   I   bj
is   mailer.,  appertaining  to   p certified checque equivalent  to five
hi   coming fair. per cenl of the bid made.
Lee Coy, proprietor of n  house In      The highest or any tender nol   ne-
the Hindu  village, was summoned  In   cessarily accented.
; ^r^r pSS to'^S MALINS, COULTHARD & CO. Ltd.
nn ������ i anil        i Dudltton,  the yard Estate Agents,
I eliig filled with filth of ever.* lea Xew Westminster, B, C.
, ilption, while the rooms Inside th|
: e ive re In n disgraceful condition.
The complain; was laid by Health
lns| ector Pearce, an I, after listening
in ihe evidence, Captain   Pittendrigh,
;���'   M.,  order,'i   Lee Coy  to   pul   his   TGII 062*3   Wanted
': | remises  in a sanltarj   condition  be-,
f ;,.   nexl   Saturda*.    I.,-'    departe I
. ....  paying the co ts of the cour;. T lers will be received until nexl
' meeting of the council, (March 2nd)
foi  repairs to Huntley  Bridge, across
Mconieclvle   River.
Plans   and    Specifications   can   bi
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��� COMOX COAL AND COKE.
* CUMBERLAND  FORGE  COAL
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VANCOUVER PORTLAND CEMENT.
This   celebrated   Cement   is
by nearly all large contract-
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE. ��
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NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.   *
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LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE  BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
and
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FIRE     CLAY
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MANTEL    >
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SAND. CRUSHED ROCK.
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X Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 X
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SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE.   ���
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Surrey Municipality.
The funeral of the late Mrs. .1. Rus-
. en, ul',, die i at the family residence
,  1 sixth avenue, on Wertnesdaj even-
. .   .,. in 1 ike place In the Church of
RINGS! RINGS!!
The most Beautiful Selection of Rings ever
Imported into the city are now on view in
cur store 111 Columbia street. :      :      :      :
DIAMONDS      EMERALDS      TOPAZ      AGATE
RUBIES      PEARLS      SAPPHIRES      GARNETS
AMETHYSTS      OLIVINES
in solitaire, twin, three and assorted settings
WEDDING RINGS      KEEPERS      GENTS' SIGNET
RINGS in bewildering profusion
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler
Columbia St.
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,.',:,���  /emetorj   Sapperton, al  two   seen al  the home of Councillor. Bui-
0'cl0Ck    to-morrow    afternoon.    The   "van, Johnston, Rood,
ileceased    was    In    her    sixty-ninth      Lowest or any tender nol nee  ssar
.car. bavins been l.urn In Hastbourne, I lly accepted.
i'lmlaiiil.   Mrs. Russell is .survived by]                |.;, m. CARNCROSS, C.M.C.
ber husband, -l'Im  Russell, and  four   cloverdale, B. ('., Feb. II. 1907.
(,'lilldren, J, J. Russell, Victoria;  !���'. C. j	
[���ssell,   Victoria,   Australia;    Miss   L. NOTICE.
���   Flussell and W. H. Russell of New
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Chelmsford, will not be res] u sible
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THE DAIL? NEWS
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Remember, in two months' time that property
you are thinking about now will in all probability be out of your reach as an investment.
,; hat's the use of delaying?   Buy to-day and sell to-morrow.   Spring is
^���i" here, and with it is coming new industries, new sawmills, Capital
and Labor.
Note the New Address���FRONT ST.
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Section
Sixteen
By   CARRIE    NEWMAN
Copyright, 1908, in M. M. Cunningham
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Tel. 333.
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Lot 56x132 ft. on
s Av., north side,
r block 6, S. block
e 91,000, half cash,
cent.   Lane on
pei
ot.
LOTS    OF     LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near  thc  Bridge
Cheap
Full-sized lot No. 8, between Gth & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
Of I
55 fe*
Lob
,.,  fifth  avenue,  sub   B,  10
$300 cash. \j cleared; size
l:!2 feel
IS, 19, 20, -1, face on L6th
i avenue;   2 corner lots
le i its $2nd each.    Price
cash.
Single lots at  cash.
Pull
Bra*
2-flt
close'
se it
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loi in Sapperton, facing
eel     Price $150 cash.
... 7 rooms; bath, flush
......I, h,ii and cold water;
I'll   avenue    and     3rd i
Price $2,400, y2 cash j
one-half   acres   between i
Eighth    avenue;     SOUth
. it.    Price $2,500.
I'weli'ih street, between
lil I avenue; west side
full si/.*1.   Price $3,f>0 ��� i
2%   storey   house,   id  r is,   also
modern improvements; lol Utixl32;
lane ai back; pari of lot sei oui with
fruil trees and nice lawn. Price
$2,750. $1,500 cash, balance G and 12
::. mths al  7 per cent.
One full sized lot, 06x132;  : . tore;
house; 7 rooms; Hush closei
all modern improvements; new house:
$3,000. c. cash, i., in 6 months al 7
pei cent.    Good sized stable an I fruil
' 11 es,    Second house from Sth si i
west, on upper side.
Elgin   aires on    Vancouver    Road, HOUSE and LOT
330 feet; 330 feet on Jubilee road fac-   Centrally locale,1 in a commmanding
Ing thrpe roads; 1-3 mile from Jubilee  situation;   Third   avenue, at   foot  of
station    n  the train line,  near Royal '��� Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey ' the curtains,  he gave the shoulder a
shake.   "Wake up, old man," he shout-
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots section
2, near Richmond St., Sapperton. for sale. $600, half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
Oak   hotel.     Small   house;     3    acres
:  and cultivated.    Price $3,000.
: 1,00n cash,  balance    6,     12, and   Is
month.-  al  7 per i ent.
Whole block on Cth street and  Vic-
and ('arnarvon; 2 houses on 26
27.     ileuses     cos;     when    built,
$ti.750;   house   rents   $55  per   month.
Prici   $12,500.
2 lots in S ipperton, corner of Colli ��� an I Brunette streets; triangle
li  . 200  feei    ui Columbia sireet  and
" feel mi Brunette street. Price
$1,500, i i cash.
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, Hush closei, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
sei oui with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
2 lots. 20, 21:   No. 20, $170; No. 21,
(corneri   $175.     Durham   and   Second
sl reels.
Full-sized  lol  Carnarvon street nexl
to Bridge;  No. 20 block B. $400 cash.
Lol 22, block B, 4th street from 0th   bode 'bout two hours ago
Street,    Price $1,250, !'2 cash, balance    nm sleepy."
Seven-roomed house, Seventh street, | easy. "Tell   her   I'm   sorry,"   commanded
Clifton, backing away.    "I was lone-
t llftou glanced down the car at the
last section. Somehow lt Irritated bim.
Last night the chap who had that section Iiiul beaten hlm at penuchle. He
might find diversion itiul revenge if the
sleepyhead would only tumble out and
recognize the fact that it wan brond
daylight.
The night before the cur had been
well tilled. All through the night they
had dropped off at the way stations.
and Clifton thought viciously of the
man in his section who had stepped on
his face iu climbing down from the upper berth about It o'clock. So far this
morning he had the sleeper to himself,
save for the occupant of section Iii.
lie finished the breakfast that had
been served from the bullet and stroll
ed down the ear.    Reaching through
e gave
up, old
ed.      "Your   alarm   clock's   broken
guess."
There was n muffled feminine shriek.
and the porter came dashing around
the corner from his tiny kitchen.
"Waffor you wake dut lady'.-" he de- I
iiinuiled. "You all ain't got no right lo ,
wake n lady da tawny."
"There  was a  man  went  I i  bed  lu |
there." exclaimed Clifton.    "How wns
I to know that he wasn't there yet?"
"Dat gemman yo' done play cards
wlf las' night?" demanded the porter.
"He done get off nt Kails Crossln' 'bout
leben.    Dls byer lady done come on
She sliunli
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I, its    bel ween    Severn h
H imilton street, east ol
all cleared and fenced;
n one of the lots. $1,:	
::��� e  . ne year al  7  per
32o acres;  south half of lol 2s. sec.
7. Hall's Praiiie roa !.    New house and
10,1        IIT
mile wate: front, G.N.
th mgh. $9,460, terms
tlgate.
ixl5 I, outside city  limits
ot,     Fuller   particulars on
���     I    :. 11, Ham ige & McNe sly
.   nexl   lo   , -,: n ir   of   McNe* ly
i "������       il nise .; rooms, rents at $1",
I e;   nn . oom  i' ir 3  more houses
i   the sa���  ���  n nt.    Three houses can
} be built foi  ; ��� ��� i.   Ki  im for four more
1 on Carna eel side
'�� cash.
near   Fifth  avenue,   two   storeys,   full
sized lot, $1,600.
One and a half lots, Sapperton, just
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
$1,200.    Terms to he arranged.
Full sized lot, No. 12 Third avenue
and 13th street, north side. $300 easy-
terms.
1 houses corner of 6th and Agnes
streets; lol 29 B, 132 :' i ������ on Agnes,
661'eel on 6th streei. All modern improvements in each house. Yearly
rental $900,    Price $10,000, \2 cash,
some, und I thought I'd rout that chap
out.   I'm awfully sorry."
He went back to his own section, and
the porter, mollified by the bill slipped
Into his hand, made full explanation
to the unseen occupant.
Clifton   settled   himself   savagely   in
li
���" 11   size I on 6th street, In
2 lots, corner Sth street and Sth his seat and fixed his eyes on the
avenue; size of lot 100x100. Corner berth. He wondered what the woman
lot.   ('an be boughl  at once for $450,
Burnaby,   East   side   100   yards from
Cliff  Can   factory.    Price  $1,020.
Inside lot $400,    Good snap.
might look  like.    Her voice suggested
that she was young.    Mere than  that
.. cottage, Tth Ave.&
:.. facing Tth Ave.; 2
11 sized lots; name of cot-
[pe,   Cecil;   bath   room,
-I sheds,  peach, apple.
tar and plum trees. Price
1800, half cash, bal. 6 &
ts. at T per ct.
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House and lot, 33 x 100, 1%-storey,
���,,,..,, [ situated  near  Queen's  avenue. $1,350.
House on Royal  and Eighth street, i ...
. ,, , I It's up to you to stop paying rent.
Price $3,000   two   storeys,  seven   rooms,  full  sized I
lot, $2,000. |    One hundred and sixty acres N. W.
  i Va,   Sec.    15, Township  11, two miles
20   acre   blocks,   fruit   lands,   near; from Fort  Langley,   5  acres slashed,
Junction, $20 per acre n0. 1 land.     Price, $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance ou time, 7 per cent.
Interest.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant   lots  for sale in all  parts Of
the city, from $25.00 to $3,000
SO acre.-, one mile from Abbotsford,
10 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit
       - es, price $1,400, half cash, balance
! in three equal | i  nu tits at re isonable
nterest.
r u es improve I  lan 1,   - illdings
:: :    beds complete, near Cloverdale;
,;: un ���    , ilth ition, C'5.coc.    If yon
ran   handle   this,   d in'l     I 'la   ;    it's  a
,   ;a!n;  terms , an be arrun:    I
Westminster dl
lltlvation,   10   acres  or
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ler bottom land; r inning
v IS x 22:   frame harn 30
isi   frame  '. ouse   and   i ��� >
.���   ill,   table v com s an I
.  near  Mlssl  a Station;
lurches    near    al     hand;       160 acres good farm land In Delta,
litis twice a day;  aboul   1 boul 3^ miles from river, near Scott
er, fir an I cedar, never been   road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
11'   refused   for   standing      James  Inlet, three square miles. ,i:
lage liouse  16 x 24;  hen   $6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
e of hev.e I timber laid  in
2 x  30.    A   chaiiee  of a  life-
���, $4,000 cash, b dance al 6
40 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital. Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; IT double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $150, inside
lots $125. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and IS months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
1--roomed House, with
room, pantry, scul-
v, root house and wood
���'!   attached ;    electric
; hot and cold water.
. front, 280 ft. deep
I'     i or less). All kinds of
p    . 5 walnut trees, all
' ��� ing small fruit.   Price
he   whole   $5,500;
|t'"' is half cash, bal. T per
It'    ���    Price of house and
i going with it, $4,000.
11'   pnonic communication
lv>'     house.
can be bought sep-
;:    'ly; 50 ft. front, 280
lit. deep, $750 each; good
!      ng fruit trees; lane on
bac   from 3rd Ave. to 4th
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
iVom.350 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.
60 acres good fruit land in Surrey;
can be bought now for $25 per ai re,
only one-quarter cash needed, balance
i in one or two years at T per i   :r
ISO acres, Maple Ridge, S ."'; ms 2S,
2:1 an 1 32, Townshi 1 9,   me ball pral-
; ie, resl  brush an i some small trees.
: Prii es: Section 32, $+5 : er acre; Sei -
lion 29, $60 per acre; Section 2S, $55
per acre. Telephon i at Hamm 1 I
telegraph station, Piti River BrI Ige.
Terms, halt cash, ba nice on 1 ai two
years at 7 per rea'.   Ia  lush i   ,->".i  y.
One hun lre.l and sixty acres, NAY.
Vi Sec. 25. Township 16, %% miles
from Abbotsford, creek running
through, 50 acre- ai ler bottom, said
to be $600 worth of timber on the
property. Price $10 per acrj, '^ cash,
balance on time.
Ten acres In Lot 402. one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily  cleare i.    $30 per acre.
House, corner of Fifth avenue and
Sixth .-tree;, one i'i". two storeys, 8
rooms, $2,500, half cash.
Boarding house, 20 rooms, ou Sixth
street, one block from post office,
rents ;'t $30 per month, or for sale at
$4,500.
House, eight rooms, on St. George
street, corner Fourth, $2,5C0; easy
terms.
' lo 1-!'.   full   - :.���" '.   ' it,   on   Ki arj
eet, Sapperton;   rents for $10 per  thougbta
mth.   Only $1,050.
House   and   lot,   50   X  133,
brewery,   facing Columbia   St,    Rents
for $24.00  per month.     Price $1,200.
1 tin
I , i acres on the Sett road. 15 acres
, lea ed; barn 50 \ 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000   half    cash,  balance In   six   months,  pourth   avenue   and   Seventh
Vou cannol possibly get a higher per- 52,000.   Term- can be arrangi i
centage  for your money than 11   per
cent.
"I Incise, all modern Impi u ��� '
Hue location, corner of Foul ''1
: "1 Agues, $5,000, one half
\ comfortable home an I   good
���  i leuce,
stages and two lots on First
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\        opposite Queen's park.    Price lumbia Btreet, Sapperton,   Both rente
*7oc��- at $10 each.
1 ash, balanc,  eas;..
Between Fifth and Sixth avenues,
near Seventh street, eight rooms, nil
:,.,, |ern, .-aide an 1 chicken house, full
B|ze 1 |0t, two store; a. $1,000 cash,
$2,500.
160 n* re In Surrey, 5 acre.- cleare I,
,. 1 on road side, $1,800, half cash,
il mi 0 on lime al 6 per cent, su ���-
|i 1 ��� -,, Bale if limber,
palM 0f 1 ��� ;;,;"   | dns Lake Commur,
,1,0111    7"   acres       n'v    $25    per   acre.
Half ci ih.   Jump.
! io acres, Langley, 25 under cultlva-
ui;   ho 1 ie,  barn, sheds, etc. all in
,   repair;  a  snap  al   $3,000,  half
Elghl r lomed    house . all    modern
nvoniences, on Carnarvon street an 1
Sixth -treet, two storeys, $3,750.
|0I  anl two cottages on Co-
BUNGALOW
In host residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,750. Terms $600
cash. bal. on mortgage.
"WAKE UP, OLD MAN,    111: sin ID run. "vot'll
ALARM CLOCK'S UltOKES, I OUESS."
be could not guess, so be occupied himself iu speculation as to her personality,
lt    lit    least    served    to    occupy    his
ami ihis was something.
Sine lhe cul iff li id been built mosl
lone distance travelers took the short
route. Bui the stute authorities bad
demanded thai one through car each
way be run on the old main Hue, aud
because the other sleepers were crowded Val CllftOU had Liken a berth in the
oilier ear. Must of the truffle was
sliurl hauls iu the day coaches, and he
missed having c ,nip.any on the lirsl
day out.
Il was nearly noon when at last u
commotion behind the hanging curtains
suggested that the unknown was get-
tlllg Up, and al lasl there was a Hash
i Hunting of red wrapper, a gllul of golden hair
res ia grass, 15 acres and just a suggestion of white as she
vanished around the corner to the
dressing room.
The porter came lu and made up thi
berth and presently she returned to her
section.    Now she were a  trim  gray
I'here   were  dimples   In   her
80 acres in Matsqui .Municipality, 4-roorri house,
chicken house; one ac.
cleared; good well, purest
water. $ 1,000. Chance
! of a lifetime.
[louse,    10   1 loms,  1 Va
!
near
treet,
... a res, one
! ���::.
draine I an l feni ed; ho ise an I barn
, isi $2,500; c i id road al ing one side;
prii e $30 ; er a* re, half cash, balanc i
to suil :ha er at 6 ; er era; Re ,-
son for selling, the owner's wife is in   dress.
a I health, an
, Hmate,
Double
each hot!
el i* ��� "ii
I  has  t ��� g , to a cold
and  strolled
cheeks,   and  CllftOU  rose
forward.
"I  want  to apologize in person for
tenemenl house, 5 rooms in   my nwjtwarii bluuder," he said as he
e, water, light, tull size lot,   leaned over the arm of her seat.   "It
First   and   Second    street,   was a silly mistake, but somehow the
rib avenue, on north side.   Price   chap In this section last night gave
F
$1,500, half rash, balance in one year
ai r, per cent,
160 acres, all [ence I, rea ly for cui
tlvatlon, good  water, half mile from
Largo
House and lot on Agnes street, two
storeys, seven rooms;  a real snap at school, at   Chiiliwack, $75 per aor-;
$2,500. ,-,,    acreg   ,n
Full sized lot on Regina street, 66x $35 per a, re.   One tlird cash, balance
132, Lot 10, Sub. I Lot 8, Price $150. at 6 per cent.
cQUARRSE &
Real Estate Brokers
Agents for
Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Uie the Impression that lie was going
through, aud 1 was so horribly lonesome
thai I wanted bim to play cards with
tne."
"A  sleeper is ii  place of surprises,"
-he laughed,  "but  I  guess thai  yon
were  more badly scared than  I  was.
Pitt   Mea lows, only  so we'll call it square.    I know how
lonesome it is traveling."
"May I venture lo hope that you will
/hare my solitude'/" he pleaded. "You
want some breakfast, nnd I want seine
lunch,   May l call the porter?"
The girl nodded, and Clifton pressed
the button. Presently they were chatting across the white tablecloth as
merrily as though they had been old
friends,
Then when the things bad been
cleared away bo got out bis cards, and
they   were  soon   deep  In   euchre.     She
I chatted   away  on   Impersonal   topics,
i.iid Clifton was charmed,  in contrast
CO
w'.th the loneliness of the morning It
tbe deserted car with only tbe drnary
land-,'ape to watch, tbe girl seemed
doubly attractive, and be was surprised when the porter came around to
light the lights, a number of persons had boarded the ear through  U,e
afternoon, but be bad scarcely noli I
them.
He was sorry now that be bail ar
ranged to Mop over on some bUBlnesh.
He was sorry that be was not going
straight through, for she had told him
that she whs to be on the train until
well Into the next day.
He swore softly to himself when tha
porter cuiue to brush him down.
"Re in your station ln ten minutes,"
he said briskly as he picked up the
suit case beside Clifton's seat and t,x>k
lt to the forward door. Clifton foi
lowed him more leisurely and stopped
at the girl's scat.
"I am grateful to you for a most do
llghtful afternoon," he said earnestly.
"I am sorry tbnt our ways part so
quickly, but somehow I feci certain
that I shall see you again."
"I'm sure of If," satd the girl Willi
laughing eyes. 'But next time I hope
that Ihe Introduction will nut be so
abrupt."
"I'll follow the adage and let sleep
lng dogs- and sleeping car passengers
sleep on," he laughed. "Goodby���and
thanks."
Their hands met for a moment In a
warm clasp, and then he Hindu bis
way to the door.
The train pulled out before he turned
away from the platform, and with the
last Hash uf the ear lights on the gllul
Ing gold of her hair n terrible sense or
loneliness came over him. He had not
asked for her address It would have
been worse than rude, and be wanted
her io think well of blm, but now lie
wns sorry that he hail net risked glv
ing offense. It wns too late now,
though. She bad probably passed out
of his life forever, and he turned away
toward the hotel slages with a heavy
heart. Now that the train had goinc
on he knew that he had fallen ln love,
nnd wiih au unknown girl at that.
There were letters waiting for him
nt the hotel, including one from his sister urging blm to close up his business
and get home quickly, as she wanted
hi in to reach there before her school
chum went back home.
Clifton caught up a sheet of note paper and wrote a line to Nell. He sol
einnly warned her to cherish no hopes
that he would fall In love. "1 met a
girl on the train," he wrote. "Unless
I can And her you will never have a
sister in-law. I think I shall stay hern
until your visitor goes."
He sent the letter downstairs and
turned Into bed, but sleep was laggard.
He could see In the darkness of tin
room that golden head, am! lie re
proacbed himself for his foolishness In
not finding out who she was.
He rose unrefreslied In the morning
and went dully about bis business
The girl of the train was before his
eyes al! the time. It was silly, be told
himself, to feel so about a woman lie
would probably never see again, yet
nt the same time be realized that she
hud made au Impression upon hlm that
time could not efface.
lie tried to rend that evening, but h *
could not keep his mind on the mica
zlne, mid at last he threw it down and
gave himself up to meditation, He
knew that if be brooded on the sub
jeet be would be unlit for business or
anything else. He must llnd the girl
somehow. Perhaps he might trace her
through the conductor of the train. She
must have come on b ,ard about T
o'clock, rorhaps he coin I ruu up the
line und find out from the ticket agent.
tie had about decided upon that scheme
when there came a knock at the door,
and he went to open it. A bellboy
thrust a telegram into his hand and
stood   waiting  bi  see   If there  was  an
answer, Clifton broke the seal listlessly, then gave a shout. The message
ran:
"('ome home, you silly, Hess Winston was the girl in section Hi. She
saw your name on lhe suitcase. That's
why she was so nice.    Nell."
"Any answer?" asked the boy, fldget-
ing first on one foot and then on the
other.
"I hope the answer will be 'yes.' "
said Clifton absently. "I mean," he
went on quickly, "yes. there's an answer." And he stretched out his hand
for the blank.
Conklinrj's  Recipe  For Success.
When the lute Senator Gorman
nf Maryland first went to the senate air. Conkling nml he happened
to be seated together upon a sofa
in the senate chamber while a well
known statesman of the period occupied the floor. "Gorman," said
Conkling, "you have come here in
good season. Let me give you a
sure recipe for success. Begin
everv speech you make with the as
sertion that you, and you alone, an*
the purest man that ever lived aiv\
end each with the declaration that
you arc the bravest." And when
Gorman asked Conkling why he
himself had not followed this rescript Conkling answered, with a
sigh, "I learned it too late."-���Reader.
An veil the Situation.
"Ila, here comes Kiiteltffe with ft
dagger! My last moment has arrived!" exclaims one of the characters in
a new melodrama. Unfortunately,
however, the actor representing Rat-
Ollffe had forgotten the dagger and
come on the stage without it. But ho
was equal to the occasion. "Villain,"
lie exclaimed, "thou thoughtat thou
siiwst a dagger in mine hand, "fwas
thine evil conscience supplied the vision. But 1 will slay thee with a blow
of this strong right hand," which he
proceeded to Cm.
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THE DAILY NEWS
FRIDAY,  FEB   22
DO YOU want to save both time and money in
making your purchases?
DO YOU want to look upon thc largest selection
of European goods in the province ?
ARE YOU a wideawake buyer ?    Yes.    Then you
must deal with a wideawake firm.
IF YOU will take the trouble to come and see us,
WE WILL, in 3 minutes, convince you that it is in
YOUR INTERESTS to place your order with us.
1
Public Supply Stores GEOp
GEO.  ADAMS
rop.
Social and
Personal
Matter intended for this column should
be addressed, "Social Editor, Daily
News, P.O. Hon -I*1-. New Westminster.1'
..A Cheap Home..
A good House and three Lots
on Third Street for  51900.
ANOTHER
ANOTHER!
Nice 2-storey House, corner lot,
*>n Queen's Ave.  Only $1600.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. itd
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
'Phone   105. 'Phone   I05.
THE   CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
Right Rev. Bishop Dontenwill left
yesterday on a visit tu Ashcroft.
Rev. James While returned home
in Nelson yesterday after having
spenl n few days in the city.
Alexander   Munro,   C.   P.   it.   road
master   for   this   division, came   into :
t lit-   citj   yesterday   aboard   his gaso
line special nnd paid an official  visit
;o the local offices,
Capt Short returned yesterday to
his home at Yale after a few days
in tie city on business.
: :��� mii i McBi Ide was a visitor in
tie city yester lay. He was looking
very well in spite of bis recent Indisposition.
Irving Wintemuti. i I the Govern
menl agent's office, is laid up at his
home with an attack of the prevailing  ' ; i lemic, la grippe.
Howard Welsh wns out yesterda}
foi the flrsl time for several weeks,
He has been ill, but Is now almi I
well again.
Rev. \Y. <>. Tanner returned ;>* ste ���
day to Ins inn:;,' al Port Hammond
. fter a short  visit to the city,
\V. E. burley, manager of the Burl-
ex Lumber company has purchase!
a residence in the city and will shortly take up his residence here with
his family,
Mrs. Mary Morley wa.- a passenger
ie Winnipeg yesterday.
%,
ASBESTOS
SAD
IRONS
New Embroideries
Our New Spring Stock of SWISS and CAM-
BRIC EMBROIDERIES and INSERTIONS
Now   On   Display
A HOT IRON
A Cold Handle
See that Hood?
It is lined with A.--!,, stos,
prevents radiation of heat.
The handle is attached to
the hood, and thus kept
cool.
Till-: CORE IS SOLID.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
We were fortunate enough to
have these goods come hy express
this week, otherwise they might
not have been here for months.
ALL-OVER EMBROIDERIES are to be largely used this
season. In these we are showing new patterns on line Swiss
Muslin and Nainsook.
A SPECIAL FEATURE of
the Embroidery Department this
season is the showing "t'
Embroidered   Waist   Lengths  and   Costumes
Mercerized Mull.
Waist Lengths $1.50 to $3 each
Costume Lengths $11 to $20
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
I
Mrs.  (.'.  Eckert   left  ou
train for Moosejaw.
. esierday's
MAKE   YOUR
HENS LAY
DICK'S
OLD COUNTRY WATER.
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Mrs. .1. ll. Ferguson who arrived in    While
the city   recently   from  Calgary,  left1
yesterday   for   Rodman,  Iowa,   where
sh*   will rejoin her husband who pre-
i e i'i her about a month ago.
Eggs are High PROOF   LOGGER   BOOH
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phcne  105.
A. Taylor an I Miss Taylor, win,
have been the guests of Mrs. Ueatty
for the last few weeks, left on Tuesday for iheir home in Edmonton.
Mrs. .1. Stilwell Clute has returned
from a visit to Victoria,
Rev, C. Crotii her of Vale was in
if wn  yesterday.
BY USING
STURTEVANT'S
and
JUST TO HAND.     EVERY PAIR WARRAN'
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Maple
Leaf
Rubbers
Best to Sell
Best to Buy
Best to
Wear
Styles to cover every need
from fine city wear to lumbermen's or miner's footwear.
They are all just as honest as
the emblem signifies.
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
SELLING AGENTS
VANCOUVER, -   - B. C.
The ladies bridge cluh met yesterday afternoon at ihe residence of
Mrs. Cotton..
I     Miss   Constance   DeWolf   Smith   re-
1 turned yesierday  from a most enjoyable   visit   to Chiiliwack.
Allied Shrubsall, of Margate, Kent.
England, left the old land yesterday
morning for the purpose of joining
his brother, VV. ShrubsaJl, who is al
preseni   living in   New   Westminster. |
Ti
Egg Food
00 Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices]
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,        -        New Westminster
THE FAMOUS
Mormons Are Pleased.
Salt   bake   City.   Feh.     21.���Among
lhe    active   leaders   of   the     Moi  .1011
��� brothers will engage in the fish-1 Church there was greal  1 joicing  res-
Rapid, Easy Grinders
dustry on an extensive scale.
ti rday afternoon when the news <..:...
I from Washington that Senator Smoot I
had iu'eii sustained, By a unanimous
ptanding vote the lower house of the
Utah Legislature adopted a resolti
tion ,:: lorsing the action of the Senate.
Sold oniy in New Westminster by W. f. SINCLAIR
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is this���Money can seldom be put to work in
such Good Real Estate
as that which we are
at present offering'.
See us and get our
timely tips on some
good ha ('gains.
HERE IS ONE
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Modern, 7-roomed House
on Third Street, below Third
Avenue. Grates, electric light
and sewerage. Price $2,500.
Good terms.
Oldest Man Dies.
Montreal,    Fe!,.   21.���John    Colli] s,
thi   oldesi   man   :.n   ihe continent,  it 1
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I 1 ii," last.    He lived tinder live Brit-
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li��nr tei siu'-r.-il In Literature,
The qualities wl leb I consider most
conducive to success In literature are
Imagination,   coupled   with   a   great
knowledge of tbe world, concentration,
the willingness  and  ability to work
harn,   a   considerable   knowledge   of
I business nml n linn determination to
! Ignore the Instructions of literary and
| other agents with regard to what the
reading public may be supposed to re-
i quire,   If any author once loses his In-
j dependence In writing be may be culled finished, so far ns any career Is !n
question.���John OPver Hohbes.
\ Joyona Moment.
"There is my last poem," said tho
young but melancholy contributor.
"Thank the Lord!" replied tbe dignified editor us be clung to his cbalr
tknit be might nol dance a hornpipe.���
Detroit Tree Press.
Common  Now.
Silver forks are to be used nl Hock-
away ami W'esi Poinl hotels during the
coming summer.���Vi luine I. \ i. i. New
York Morning Herald, May it.  !��   ;
Lulu Isla
FARM
AT A  BARGAIN,   205 acres ol flrsl class land, black loa n -
subsoil.    Eighty a,'res ready foi  the plow, balance covered wi
hard hack.   Situate on good road about  three mile* from this cil
and   adjoining   Ewen   Ranch.    Waterfrontage of about one-half mil
on main river,    Price, $80 per. acre.    Reasonable  terms  can  be a
ranged,
DELTA ACREAGE
Blocks of live acres ami un,  ,,f flnesi sandy loam soil; eighl mi'1-
from this city, connected daily by river steamers; dyked and pai
cleared.    Each  block has  walei'l'ioinafie and good money can bemad'
by fishing during tho .salmon run.    Price $30.00 per acre and up. a
cording  to  amouni   of  cleared  land.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. P&.ARSON, Mgr.
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