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NEW   W_.STMraStffi.UB. C,, IMUhAY  MOJlNlNi.. VV.YAU WW  \. (90,
10 GENTS I'KV; WEEK
\IFFORD MEETIS-G
IS A POOR AFFAIR
itrasted With the Grand Liberal Rally of the Previous
Evening, the Conservative Showing Last Niph;
Was Very Dull and Tame
f i,  j  [ioIH lea    i' Inj  ii    ie
��� : |ie,   i    "    G-lfford    In
n mine     v tiili   i    largi
-,        .j      lu    sunn    olaSf    v I  I
. .   .,    ii    [ire-viout   evening
.     ., ,.  -..   : a- dees     '   i  I
iiiuket   :    mm   i In   rto rr
���   wen   pliio-ni   ,i    h
ei, .���   i    In    o   var
I   mj i .      in   bod;   ol    lu
,,.  gaiie 'lei  v.'-"(  po ���
���vi     "i      noni n ���
, ,,   his seal  iiiioi   ; in
: reetei   v I' I    h(  ei   I ���
-   imuall:   mee ei     mi
bii suppor ers
gi udidati    Mi    R< wi
Ll  ml        num.i'"
... i       v    i      hi    re
������- li-   . rests   Bht ".    a   *
hi i'i   foi i   weti
s h "   in audience s i n pad
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ll  : '     I hi    [I .'":i
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-   :    : rouj b n      hi
i      ar       tin   "��� '
" h       watte     fen
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v at   ihis-. : g   . .       lu
eir heart . v   ���: i
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the:.. '     E vex I .....      I
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.,    a. .  -..      speed    :
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��� ������ sesi and      -
���-���.   p . -
ien Xslan
stand   :
l< ..     �� li b   uith  i
f a sleight i
��� in thi    sp< aki
Lo  you.  .... ;.. -  .: .
: ,.\ Ing   takes
..   valuable   time,   bui   i
��� ���   put soniet Iiing
It ��hii b I hoj e j mi will turn
elect Ion day it ��as not a
���' :.< ' !.��������� n   :   thi      '.v o'.i'd
tlifford    but   how   large   ..
v..':. i give him.
���   �� as  then Inl reduce 1
..   n   . -   on,-   of  our  own
. aftet  bis Introduc
��� I i hal   he    would
���   i fi a  oi  the reraai ks
haii man      in tho Brst
Itted   thai   the   countrj
i i   when  the  McBride
I'le v.i-ni into office, bui after
In    ne u Ij    sin h    b id
Conservative party, for
''      rposes,   would   have the
i'i belli a'.
then wein  |nto the  million dol
'"an    and    the    $400,000    which
'' f.   in the bank  drawing 3 poi
1   .eS:   while on   thai   amouni
vornmenl was  paying    5    pet
I'hey were scraping and Bcral
"nl dr.awing an income of nbOUl
hopsan I dollars per annum mil
'   Praser river bridge, and  ware
'Ul   $8,000 a   year   Intore.l  on
"'ii Honey, and bhen held Ihem
"P before the public as heaven
1 iieiers.    Referring to the re
"^rto hy the chairman aboul
""'"���''l- the B| kor eoillil  endorse
:""  waa  said   wiiii   reference  Lo
���"ford's character as n man.   A
' "     n ���...   he   and    Mr.   CIITord
'  '' to oye and worked together
Mr. uifford   was seeking eloc
; ;i liberal supporter of a On
''���'��� Today,        however,        lie
1 Mr' Clifford seeking re-election
''."" ��rvatlve supporter of a Con
] i '��� ;   government,    The
1      "     In the    platform   on
1 ���    I' Bride wan  elected   In
n    "al.   wiib.     flrsl
;   ro to r. erve a lection
"    'I"   nm      n    ,,,    |an
"���" hi     i i
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POINTERS
Poor old Columbian !   No re_o_.r_<  le'f   bti   t<
cai names lik< a gamii li th< stree
SHOWS IT MARKED
IN PA ' RIOTIC WA .
Somehov th( grea  Gons_rvativ< .rato was not
s<  decided.;  anxious '��� tacfeli K__Innei whei h< go
AH Elec-dra  Who  Love Their Province, and Would See
It Prosper, Should Mark Their Ballot as
Here .��*..<*����.��_..
hi chance
!
Orator'   Well no   Napoleoi Bowse iv c_ttit�� ���-
talkei  bui h< ii n< orator   no evei i ;r'^'.< apeake
 	
A visitor, affeei listening ti I V [owa; fo
I -. minutes vVednesda^ nigh _ai< _^her< ii i
mai wh( wil mak< hu ma ���< '
\
i ���
���
���e j|
I
IO 'tf.H ;.,, j
had i 	
.  nti.   b   tin   Cl   '.
rem ilnl ..
ii    i' '    um    ii .
lu   farmei    whi   realdi   oi
othi        le i     he rivi ,1       ,,i
' i-   '      hai      i   11    nan.    i    lol    ,    I ;r
tine,'   of  .���:.    dolia ���   pah    Inu     h
if    thi      leo.'ln;-!
Thi   nxemptioi  o   tin   peopli   li    h,
' ���' v  hon   hwalti     nm     "a ; a      Wil
 i       i ,11 .lie 01     "       I -lain
'      'Oil       \     1      -..:..  ,   t(      |u   0pB
I        ��� liooli    wlitli   al   iln
"! '    ���'     "i   provlnci   i    bet v      utei
I dm;   Ionii    in- i u Ions   he
ti       I"    - II    M"    mon I    :��� antei    i
��� hi   pri   ���.   i.iii"n    mean     ha     In   sun
������'������ '���'���'<     :'������      : 1.1 .,11      Oi-       In     BdiiPH
In    cbildrei    ii    th(    ills  'ir i
��� me    ww   horni   i,"     lu   pwipl<
hi   ..". vinci    it.    ti.xi ion     Tin
li in     -   "    r.   i.m     Be
"��� rail t ner i.in.  wen  nei   deal   v   I
��� '   Hi vi.' i   usual  logical mannn
I     man t hei    i   mated   .   ������
��� v i.i . i. t . Imi v iu nj ai hi
" "' ice;   hi> address    :������     soHoll nf
'-   Bl ea.."'.  Ol ;.     V h.   .-ouifl OOTtBOien
'. ���   '    -   l'..      ...!;.      in I '.���:���. '..:   ,\h'
,i   . ��������� hi   coi .
I     .    Of H      M. v : ���  .-        .   ���     -
..  S    Ra tn      tin    ..;���.���
.    his   orx d ai    '......>    -
.  ��� -  .    os..  u...,-.
. -   .       -       ' .       Nil    ., :   . i     v : ,-'
.  .   . .-. no ..���: .
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se ���    ���  ������. , . -
rem t<       ���     .���-,..
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the
       S  ���   I ... '- ���-;....
-...,.��� If   1 hi      11.
��� ���-     n ..   .;      ...    i a   B< S1     wl	
was    hi   .-....: the
    noi   ...
i ���    ..  s   : ..   lands   vi hlch   I  . i   >>.  .
is   ising    o(    '.<i    s; oculsioi s     , \
.. .-fi    If the Conseivatlves    were
li ii Is i : lulior, wh) did nol the
.anient   onforro   the   elghl   houi
,ia> on the \. .\  Westminster brtd >
\   remark  h>   Mr, Ualno;   temllnu
show   thai  .he working classes wew
hi   a   w e: Be  |ki iltion   a.  ihe  pre tenl
. ii   ih.in thej   were > oai ��� ago, ^> as
. ���, ,a\<'.i with >' le ��� ol no, no, from a
,    .��� i   ���        I ho .r, lien, e. and  gov'l
mi     hi   >,. ai-;   ��.i ��� Intel rupiod i n
fi  e  l.e Rnlsbed  bis spew li
.1.   \Y    ('ie .-hi,ni   nexl   Hum    11   . aim
i,: ol  rord    bi   ' i"' : allcnl  atidlem ���
I.Ill   his  How Ul   Inlll  le.eive.l  a  BlIlldlMl
check front the outhursl of the Ihreo
111 11 lie I   h.'\ H   �� ho   Wl ir.ier.aii .1
Ir lhe balcony, and Mr, Creighton nib
, i while Mt   ' 'hall innn  plead id fo.
a   lienriug,      Va soou  us  some boiii
id.inre of unlet    ��ie.    ro ii I,   \i i
cieiiihion continued ��lib hi ��� ��i i im !'
110 (tovoicd all his energies lo allncli
lug  \ir. Rnlnoj. anil i undomuliig lhe
in lions oi  the  Labor parlj   In  Mis
tralla.   Ills furl hoi rolloction i on poll
.,  |||    quo .lions    V ele   I ill       lllil I     h\    Hi  '
nrrivnl uf Premier McUrltle, and In
tendorlng Ihelr leader n hearty re
,,.,,111,11. ihe Conservatives entirely
i,,,,.,,i nun Mr Creighton wn i making
Hi-   all. ma    to   benl   Hie   leeord   hv   111
;,., ing in. him In i words pei mlnutfl
lie   Bnl   down
i',.nil. i   M.Urlde'a  appenl   lo   the
elerloial '    New    WBIll mlli'iiei     ���  I
very sttgge itlve of n lovei calling up
,,n hi. mlstross, He Informed l*e
oleclors Ihnl  his hearl   was bursting
with love im   'he li'  Cll.. called
ovorybody his rood  friends, ref< I
ii ueiiiiiiiiy lo the days when he p i
,,,: ,,,, ||M. banks of the mighty FVasei
lhe,i. ip his HI'  ���     ��' !1'"
ImmenKi  througi    vho  hs I   lonrn
,,,.],  .   to     listen     to     him
ihronghonl  tho    . fv Im        v;''     ''
profuse use Df the capffa ':
.. ,,.|e,|   i h    ipon
i. ���   ion    ';     . ..   '   '   w��W
Alone at'Ottawa  fai :'.." home gfopin^ blind-
\\ ������ 'ten   'bettei terms'    tihi l ��� m the won   pic lire
o   his admired leadei which.Bowse drev   vVednes
������!��� ��� nighl    And then he Stofmee whei the aueltehce
fill ���( ii the picture fc   oryinj   'boo-hoo."
The Dominioi governmei t diaposinj o  it$ timbei lim ���> ;   competition gel ������  bonus o   premium,
.- add tioi te -tumpage, royalty. etc   o be'tte lihi
$1,0GG per square mile on the average  :o .he'limlts
.   this province
The McBride governmenl disposing of its timbei -.. ts 'i thoi I compel I ion gets ne :>���>��� ���_ ^or
many months the demand \m ������ ��� fron 46 to 86
square mile* pe wedk. figure this al Sl.ooo pev
seraare mile losl tc t"he pwwtece. Ta^es a lot of fper^
>: is propert; ta?i bo maiWe up for, say, $2oO;O.0 3
morA" ���;. ven away to {Speculators
In
1   ���  '
"   llni   nolhint   I fo    " ���   Oil
 ��� ��� ��� :    ���
Iti ��� -   ���" 11    h ���" ��� ���       'h
n ���     ii   bi     id    if th      -     '>"���  ' ;
���;' I    I   :   qiill
,.     -     n  ��� ���,     as it I
���    Olfl ' ������
Qui   ������ ���  dm   owe   li   H In
        "     ���' ���   ���   ��� trliidlri
  lh       ��� ' ���
lavish "   '';"' h" to the i
ilato        "    I	
���" ;-
" "   !
    tha   -: ������''������     '        "'    '   ' ll
, 1.     M   |   .        ..       .-. ���>.
������������ '   ��� -   fai   ������"     ���"���     '       h   '
",    ���'���     I      ' ���   ���    ' ������
.   i . , ,        |,
��� ���    thr ���"���'    '   " '    adminiafratloi
         ���    ���'""'���   ' I]
IW.m   M'#����+rr.i r.��-.V>
3ewe!er
MOW V^
Wftw Westminster
SoHcftoi
The hea.; C. V. R. organ assures ihe public ihat
all the .and and timber sfpeci ators are '-.ipporting
;������';��� McBrnic govemtwent. _)aresay it's abt>%t -rt^ht
a? :. ttat.
Up in the gallery, at last nights TneelinR. a
bland Chmlv anproa.'.���..;. \-.M^'.    'A . .-. ���-.:,: A- hty^i
" be  boy1?     K�� was assured that tire vcrter i_<_
sabfeehiyu.rt   ' \<\\x g-o.v]; frick, be no ran, V..;
you toll >m vote for Dick's man.   Dick velty goe^l
longtime ";��� sabbe \ ni."   Fact.
. i.    '��� ���      ... .  v ���   .   '��������� ���(   :-   a   meVe
...   ������   '���     '������- fl     " ''' '
'.      M '     '���'   '    'h    f��>
������. -     ahilin     to    talfe    thru
. . In    '  'Ma '���    '     ''
,- ���    "���   "���    TJ-'.'"     ���	
-. ,. . ,.  ������-.   ..-.    ���     ��� '   ���    ��� ���  ��� ���
        -.������������      ������      ���.   . ��� ���
.....
x.    ,   .-,���.  .... j   -   ,   i   'ion
      ..>'��������� ���    ���
(forn.ri " -'   to !'������'���   ih""' sltafe     He
_ta__S   for     cfe__      covei-nn,   I
tvem     scandals     a_fl   'ir'
"fteals."
Therffn-.f,  t-trrs     vom     tnrttoi
s_6Vn ft   the   ilitt-ttatirtn.     'The   al
phnheu'eni   ovder   ju'effi ��� - la^
��� ti   Howny'f- nfina     I   "     middle  "t
	
riolir eitizen. ������   ���	
the  r'r'H
An electo. wa. asked the oihev ��my: "Hon _*���<= ;   f\\\ \M |WR
y<..;..  ���;. to vote?    "1 am goiftg to vote An- Hriti^h !
Columbia," he said   He was a Libera^ ��-��� course-.
j        rhe Columbian has a big picture oi. the devil !
��� making suggestions i>N P. \V. Hi^ins. We recognize A. VA. and take the Columbian^ word for whal
the devil looks like] i\ certainly ought to know4 __
the devil's sugg__tions ai*e always intended to hurl
the recipient, and a_ ^w _\>rie_ arc th. only people
who want to hurl D�� \V ttigglns, th. Columbian*,
argumenl is. of course, thai the devil i_ ;i 1'.m\. oi
thai the fories ���'���^ the Eh? WhoBftidbrim
stone.
II    ' I.,- i'i UH     ||l   .    |t| .       1)11 .'���
.���..im   .. ihe mot���   iiiiindnne ���.���>���
Mi,      I .   (. i a.    ID (ll hllli
Oituwii . aim   in foi    ii    -'.a...   ���"
,    id,   rali    ��. Hiln i    i"'"' h lan
i    . n|     oin   nm   ...   .   Htli
i   ,,     ��, ,,      . .... i     id    |      .  io;
��� |i I,    ,   ,'. nm ol,    , Hin i *    |||    "N pliilin .1
nm   mi I, ���. .    no      It . ii
,,,..  ,���n   it, ,    .a      il   i Inn ol  llu   !
\ in. .    ilnpi inli i   upon   llu loll
i        .,  .,   . i,. \, i imi , a- ie al Ion nl
, ���.i ,i i ilm m  Min .i-1 ��� ... lei"
h .nn      .    V    IJ   Vli in i Mi
, ���, mii i. prnplu Hi  |io
, ,.|   if,   ���... i. anil   In   ��� un ��� i   lhal
ii,,,,,     oui i nol  ...   '' 'I  Mhi '"': sli
tlpg in  il ,i   I ������'        'I Ills   llOttBtftll
a ��� tei Hon  i'" olve i  lv"'i  " i' ptlmi
h.an ihe Btiilloni e
am.a Bon ri   Iillng laltt, IChe
i , '. i.i machine il Oita * a t as uni i
, ,,,,. dragged In n Ihe limelight, Ml
;,,,   |B charged thai  lhi   Dornlnlon ]
II   . ,  ;,,���  ,.,a-i being used by the
i | . | ,i    i��� ihis election     An etilog
,    :,  , |p ion  of Thomas  Olffotd
i, Howed, i.i-' manj    'ir'"^ w"'''' ',"1'
.   , ,.r, ,,. ! m : sommetJted -toot The
,���ce of vi,   McBride's cemaflts
i. a   Mr  .iiffonl was an all roiin-l
,;i |    ,<,,fal   rifiZPn.     A   few  min
t then (levo.H to dealing
,   Mr.   Howay,  in   tho    eoiirse     of
,.  .aeaiier sail  Ilia, "even Hie
,.   ,   .   ,ji |   nni   lake   l-'re.l   SerlOUBly,
���  ,,. ,,, aier..|v   pul tip  lo (ill Die  pap j
Ho w.i i   I..- best m .n they oould &
,n |   ;;, .   fan   Hie   he OOUld  lie  line: i! ,
, v,,| liiai iv was loyal to Mi pai
Win     . .. i  ���   BnmHfti
i..l ......
..,.,,,,. .,,     |f p,    |.|
���   lhal " i'1 dn '    '��� ������
., i
i...i |i|. , i.    . ,, i  |i|
'��� "��� loll  lo the rallwa ��� hh li
 n>li ffi
to, ii,.. pai, i. ...  ,.,.       he I   In
���'   W'i  tei n alii  Mid noil
il I  ul I     fur (he ii
Ihe    i . i    i li il In
��� Ill  and I   I; HUH " tain
" '���  lhe "��� '  il '  I ll	
In   Vild ��� a   ���'��� i ��� i-l i     file "
Bon hel ti litiiil - ���'" .1    ���������' il liu
ipiI i'". ...ia,,,	
the i    i'   ii  ���.'  nil
 tiled Itsell   '."   '" ���'  il  i
mild be ��� ulleele I ftii  lhe i	
pars, '.".i toll     I " ���
'J ii" I ��� I " li land de il li   :
"a   'I Bi IMS   'Pii'-'H ;    (I   . |j   	
ClOslflg    a1 ���   Ittl I    ' '���"       ll ' '
harangue,    Aftsi an appeal I	
for Qltfotd,  he  fesutte.    bis    seal
Chairman Lee calle i for chi	
these were lustily uivn. after which
the   HiPPtlnt;  h.okp Up,
Death of Mrs. Pearson.
The death of Mrs. Pe. rsoji, of Coqnii
li in, took place ye ti   lay evening ;it
the Royal Columbian iiofpltal, where
��� ii i i been   mder   raetmeni  for a
;. iiiei-iiiiie   lim,..      The   deceased
la ly leaves a husban   and & family
ol   i iiillreii  in  mourn  her  lo
������-������   --Mirers Decline to Pay for Un-
....   , ...   ci.;     z"''   Jult'e
FrO'"   ���' *'
...     -i ilia' there
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elei  rt'i ai     n'-ni   -uvi  thi
Ichnahi   M - '    Woi      ���    v . in
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n ii hlhe  " oi lis   ���'> i ��� ���" hi '   !'    * it)
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lllell   i " '���  I   "���"'   whelliei-
 BI        "     'm   lis.   or   no', a
' ��� " tth   \ti\    e
 ��� ��� '    paid    Ml  Bchaaltfe agree I
 II llial  biiiili ������     hich lie I  : '
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'���' ll     ���"���  Ifitied in  ���"��� ���
 I li. -'i i H     ilrdpn is |iaj thfi
 Bi '��� lie   III ���'   '���"" 11 irit.l ���
' ���  ��� '  ii. I'" ' bfc "i called   ���   "
. .   |gh ho itgrefettiehl bf   anv   Itlitd
i here was n fcllWse in tho    	
Bometlmes    br0_j_(    f_f#ard   lh a
attle, hut it Was nover used when In.
applicants were old and well known
linns. They were only put in force
where the firm was new and nn
known, and where a considerable
amouni of expense might be Itrenrred,
and .hen the applicants go out of busi-
nest-'. Mr. Sclniake applied to the
Mayor for power from the city, explaining the filiation and w_s ln-
lornieil linn the city wns not in business in <i|i|ifi.iltion to the Vancouver
I'ow a'   <nm;, my.     Mr.   SrhaaUe'i,   o'.i-
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three    hllll'lie I    ' ��� ,   ���    ''.rn    '       '
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iioiiti.    ��� || '    i        li' ..-ii. havi '  bti
hre_e'_t I       i       I I      hhi Hiore
bj    Interested   part!."   In   I	
there might  tint   be'  ton many   Wl   i i
seats,  In c_htrttst    ���, ItH   the  big i"    '
Ing held  th" brevldll      night.      '|'ho
hoys tlhl luit nndorslaiid polities, were
not le-   ��� | ���������-. p iljtie., hut tlieli- ap
planse grfefltiy helped to swell tho tide
of  noise  created by   the  good  Tories.
There was fl eiowd near tho door-
hut Oh, the varant chairs that \awned
in front!
A meeting of the executive of the
local council of women will he held In
the board of trade room at 3:30 p.m.
today.
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Turned out on the Street!    Get out or Sell out!
���n
The contractors are after us.   They're anxious to get at their work of rebuilding the block.
We must get out or sell out
We are desperately in earnest, and can't afford to fool the public. The people realize this. They continue to throng our store.   BARGAINS, genuine bargains are here, and the wise ones know it.
This week we are cutting still deeper. We are determined to clear out the entire stock. We
have to; for we can secure no temporary premises while the contractors are at work. If anything sticks
we just keep cutting the prices until it moves.
Here are a Few of the Movers:
bring this list with you
Clothing
Men's Suits, .
a
Pants,.
$4.65
6.15
. 85c
Furnishings
3 Handkerchiefs for 10c
Men's Braces ...   15c
44   Collars    ...   5c
Hats & Caps
Men's Caps,    .   .
.   15c
Auto Caps,   .   .
.    .40c
Fedora Hats, .   .
.    85c
Boots & Shoes
Men's Boots, . . . 1.15
" Calf Boots, . . 1.95
"   Hip Gum Boots, 3.75
Look for the Big Blue Sign
Wm.   CUMMING
"Thi ������   old
Marylan t   .."   .a I   ..  clerg; -
man, "sl thro igh th il,
���liin ��� ling ..iu- warm afternoon
and a- we were .I.';.,min. pointed
lo the Bible on lhe lecturn and
prniled.
������ " 'A"strange thin-' happened lasl
Sunday in connection with that Bible,' he said. 'We had a strange
minister preaching here, ami when
he opened tin' book he came upon
a notice and read it out with all
due solemnity. It was a request !'. r
the congregation's sympathy and
prayers lor John (,*. Griggs, who
had   been   deeply afflicted  by  the
hi  - of hi- wife.'
"The sexton paused and chuckled
softly.
" 'You see, sir,' he said, 'our
regular   minister   has   heen   using
that  paper as a I kmarkor more
than a year, and John Q. Griggs, in
a i atty gray suit, sal in a from pc \
with : he : . ��� wife lie 1 I taki n ju-l
the wei \  before.' "
little villa, so it  be solitary in an repeat it, you shan t make my wig,
Irish    country   place,   hears    that for I never intended to pay for it.
name, ami the smile of the Saxon I'll po to another less worthy son
when he arrive- ami sees the castle of the craft."���Liverpool Mercury,
is cheap and  unscholarly.    When
the Celt���the female Celt, that i.--
The Ostrich's Mistake.
A trained ostrich recently disconcerted its exhibitor at a music hall
does earn  ami  deserve that sligl i
si_u of derision  i-  in  her i>rnct;ee
with her visiting can!, intendi I [i ��� I b>' continually endeavoring to break
London use.   The word castle there ; awa>' from a11 restraint and to climb
Train* &   St_*__m_��i-s Canadian Pacific Railway Co. I swaegate on first trip a \
1I<*II_J>   Ot    kJlCCl-IlGIS .......      ... i on  second  trip.  Time  oa   .rriva'. _J
Britibh  Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C.  Const  Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
for  ii  second and  country rehires
over the footlights into the orehes-
A C ".:.tIs In 11 elr.nd.
Tie' mi!1.'  . . cn itlc . ir n couiitr;
house is pi I    land, rati
er curiously, for 1 reland ha- nol
\ ���.sI   .��� -  of French cu     11       i  no
tii. able  in  Scotland.    Ti; s dulle I
-, ,   ,    ,,  ,,,..!.; ,a.,,;,,,,     tra. The widely advertised act came
does seem to suggest maclucniation;-, -
���,.      ,    ���               i      ie. , ,,., .     i ,,.. to a sudden end, and lie professor
n not sieges and sally ports.���Lon- ��    . t
i     ,.,     '��� , emerged  ironi   be und  the cumin
don ( hronicle.                                        , ��  ,    .    - .    ,.       ,.        ...
  and apologized lor the actions of his
Sheridan'. Gratitude. pet in about these words:
Sheridan onto had occn ion lo "Lydies and gentlemen, Hi ham
call ai a hairdresser's to order a very sorry to disappoint you this
wig. On being measured the bar- hevening. Wo are compelled to
ber, who was a liberal soul, invited cease our hengagement until the
the orator to take some refresh- management hengages a new hor-
ment in an inner room, Here he chestra leader, The one at preseni
regaled him with a bottle of port hemployed 'ere 'us no 'air on top
and   showed   so   much   hospitality   of'is 'end, and my bird takes it for
thai  Sheridan's hearl was touched,  a hegg."���L Ion Tit-Bits.
When they rose from tho table and	
were  aboul   separating  the  latter, Not omy Walls Have Ears,
looking the barber full in the face,      "Mrs.   Smith  looked  lovely   this
said, "On reflecting 1 don't intend   after i."   remarked   the   woman
that you shall make my wig." A-'   returned  from  the  pink tea.
Astonished and with a blank vis-  "Usually she gets herself up lil c a
B ...   the  other  i .claimed:   "Good   creara I' :f '"' a ���"!J| ,'1' Neapolitan
! -. Mr, Sheridan!   How can I   in' eroaiu�� ,,,:1  (l'" afternoon she
have displeased you?" looked lovely.
"Why, look you," said Sheridan, "Was she as much painted as usu-
"vou are an hones!  fellow, and. I   al?" asked the girl.
 "Painted?" queried the kid of the
familj.   "What i olor ?"
"h'e!. while and blue," explained
, the   girl   quickly,   adding:   "Little
pi! In i' !    He'll be telling her the
n< xl   time  she  calls."    Xew  York
Press,
A Slight Disadvantage.
She v : ��� OUl} t'ii year.- old, liltlo
Mar.,' ; i :. but there were (wo
younger children, and she had already taken upon I cr houlders
sonic of the n , ui ibilitic. of life,
bit) did nol  pretend to enjoy them
Princess Beatrice
C.P.K.  MAIN   LINE.
Leave X. VV. 15.40; arr N. VV. 11 35.
C.P.R.  MISSION BRANCH
Leave X. W. 8-.30;  ar, Seattle 15.50.
Leave Seattie 12.30;  ar. N. W.  18..0-.
C.P.R,  WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION.
Leave N. VY. 8.30, tO.35, 15.40, 17.35.
Arrive N. W. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40, 18.40.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. o p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
C. N. R.���POUT GUICHON.
Lv. x. w. 9:35 a.m.; ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, _:4U p. m.; ar. N. W.
8:45 ]> iu. and ti p. m.
Mondays, only.
ll. <;. ELECTRIC-VANCOUVER.    | ��� n,.v  ,���, NANAmo
Lv.  New  Westminster 5.50, 6.50, l      Leavea New Westminster al
ind 8 a. m., and even halt hour there-1 ,,,, sun<] ,
ifter Uli ii p. in.
Lv.  Vancouver   tor   Westminster at
���same hour_.
: departure  are  approxlmati
For   reservations   and   lnformat-1
call or address
ED. GOl    rt
Agent, .New Wi stminstw.
_________________________________    I B. J. C lYLE
1 ������      ^B        Aist.  Gen    Pass   Agent, V ncime;
(Subject to change without notice),  i ?   w -p; n p,
S.S. Leaves Van.      Geueral Superintend.:
Amur Fob. Till
Pi ineess Beatrice   Feb. 1 Ihi
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l''.'le 2Stll    |
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE
S.S,  Princess Victoria leaves  Vi qi iu
ver,  1 p.m. daily.
Leaves Victoria daily al   1  a ���
Northern Pacificl
Three
Transcontin. !.��3l
Trains Dc.ily
VICiORI \ SEAT! LE  ROI  I _
PRINCESS BEATRICE
Travel on tl e Fai
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^1    "NORTH ('HAST 1.1'
Leaves Victoria  laily excepl Monda        Electric-lighted train. ���_!__
Quick Time. Excel!,  t .vn��|
victoria    new    WESTMINSTER New York, Chicago
ROUTE.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S, Joan
I..mm .   Vani  iuver rtail;  al 1:'!0 ;���.'
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves Victoria al   11   p.m. on   Isl
Toronto     '������ ?4
AMI ALL POIN.
Steam  I,ir Tickets < n
pean points.
6peclil    Reduced   R iti
RatT,   to   8outl    i
.���'nr full informtion call
C. E. LAN',, '.  '
13 i I in ting   St., Van
A. D. CHARLTi
'ortland.Ore
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m. I 7th, and  llth each month for Clayo
Ramona��� quot;  leaves Victoria    on    20th    foi
From X. W. Tu., Th., Sat 8 a.m.      QUatsino and way points.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Frl., 7 a.m.
DOWN  RIVER. LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
Steamer Transfer
WHEN GOING
'THE NORTHWESTERN
ASK THE TICKET   ''
 ��� TO SEND '*
_...,,..   .......v. ,      kuii.nrnnocn niv_ti huui_.
lYaiisfei���
From X.W. dally, ex. Sunday 2 p.m. .   vtit|
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m. Leaves  New  Westminster on  .Mon   Eight Trains Every I
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)    lay>  Tuesday,   Wednesday,  Thursdaj BETWE1_.>
und   Friday at  _   p.m. and Saturdaj .,      , .    p���ii|
Mall   Service I at 2 p. m. with additional trip ou Mon       _}___l___ap_'--S,   M.   �� *U
1 ���������...    Itocei ,cd.    la;   al 5 a. m ' i   r>? ���
Seattle, via Sumas 7.45 a.m.   G.40 p.m.      Leaves Steveston Monday. Tuesday, ai.lO  C-1-C3
Sapperton and Mill- Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
'Win re .;. 'Hel     i    '   '     thai
THE TRAIN J ': |
asked a visitor, wiio lo: I Margaret sil ting on t!ic lo'u pi me
one afternoon, looki . . ilarly
sober.
"They'vi ic o f to liavo what | Kag| Bll,.nttby
mother   call_  ' and   they
ral) 'fun,' " -ai I the solitary one.
"And yo i didn't go v, itli tin m,"
said the \: - tor, w ith n hin   of
patliv in her voice,
'���(Mi, no," Baid Mar aret, with a   .
si.:. Ir, "mother trusts me so drcad-
THE    NORTH WES    :-.',��|
Embodtes the newest 'vL-f[
H.   L.   de BECK
side, No, l  7.45 am. 11.35 a.m,  7 a. m.j  Friday at 6 ... tn, additional
Vancouver,  No.  I. 7.45a.m.   0.00a.m.   irlp Saturday 5 p, in. U
GN'R   clover<la,e> upper fpa.fp river Rn.iTF    [f or'" COM FORT,   CO.N      '    $
lllaine .Seattle.. 8.15a.m.   3.30p.m.      UPPER FRASER RIVER ROUTE    LndLUXURYi     [t i
Van. & Cen. Park.10.30a.ni. 2.0t) p.m. j 8. 8. Beaver ,,.,,,   electricity  and   6      j"',, tH
Victoria   10.30a.m. 0.00a.m.      Leaves  New   Westminster, 8  a.  m. brilliantly   illuminated
,1.13 pm. 1.15 p.m.   Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, world-     The  equipmciii        . .  ���.
^^^^^^^^^fl .,.,,.        ,   . private   compnrtim mt   <-���"
t, Steveston, Leave, < hilllwack , a. m. Tuesday, ;,, |ection  sll.,,���.,��� |u
   1.30 p.m. 11.00 a.m.  Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   al car, reclining chair cars
C.P.R.east, Sapper- landings   lietween   New   Westminster modern   day  coachea
ii. ''���   l-lde a   i an', cie'i'-.aek. brarv and smoking ���, jfl
Coqultlam     3.00 p.m. 11.35 a.m For Time Tables,   I
| Van    ind   Uurnab;   3.30 p.m, G.OO p.m NORTHERN B. c. ROUTE. further information cai
_r,  .    ',.'."; .m .1	
_____________________^__^_^_^_^_H     ___���"��� ' "'?__________!
fun."���Youth's Companion. , .12.00 m, 12.001
NORTHERN  13. C.  ROUTE.
S.  S. Tecs
Li :\i     Vai     . ���     at  8   p.m.   2nd
an 1   IGth  of  e ich   " ii "a,  calling ���t]
F. W. PARI -R',ex
GENER
���720 Second Avenm
:A,!-
nhkjmMhnUIw DAY. FEB. 1, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
IB. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple I.eaf
Label)
Ir   Is Raining in favor every day.   Our output last year was double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
CONDENSED  STORIES.
A   Witness   Wh-   Convinced   a   Judfl.
Thst  He  Knew  Him.
Lawrence Jerome, the father of
District Attorney William Travers
Jerome, was noted in his day as a
j wit and a joker. He was once call-
1 ed on to testify in a suit in which
i he believed that he had no evidence
I of any value to offer, lie tried to
j persuade the lawyer to save liiin the
.bother of hanging around the
' courtroom, bui in vain.   On lhe dav
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
t vast* l-cetiLD h&m hih; f#1 voi
':-���'���:<���<���  v-::i.' "���......>������: .:y.:
..
Scene   from   "Human   He.rts."   Opera   House,  To-night.
The appearance tonight of this de- place in our a_ecUons, which umnsui,"
servidly popular melodrama, al the lo- performance    will    only    strengthen.
ml op.ra house, is to be noted with The  story   is an   old   one,   and   the
.meat  interest   ,for   "Human   Hearts" production is new and well looked af-
comes   to   New    Westminister     well ler, a combination  which  is sure to i
known   to all   and   holding  a   strong draw a good house.
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster,
Phone 275
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
REDUCED   RATES
THE FAMOUS
Rapid, Easy Grinders
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Three sizes,���8,10 and
12-inch plates. Alsc
bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutters.
Spokane Falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Ft. SheppardRy. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r1 .ily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane   and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    10,
1901.
Leave
Day Train              Arrive
9.20 a.m.
... Spokane  7-iS P-m.
12.25 pm.
.. .Rossland  410 p.m
Q.40 a.m. .
.... Nelson   6.45 p.m
II. A. JACKSON.
J.  TRAPP & CO. Grand Trunk Ry.
Limited
SUITS 10 ORDER, . . . $1100
PMSTOORttt ._. . 5.00
MARVELOUS   REDUCTION
until March 1st, 1907.
Plenty of Goods to select from, of the
Latest Patterns.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
247 Front Street   -     New Westminster
OPEN EVENINGS.
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
Fur electric signs, dynamos, motors,
rans, 'phone fixtures, shades, bells, batteries, wire and cables of all kinds
nd sizes. House wiring. Motor Installing a specially. All kinds of re-
pairs promptly attended to,
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE 304.
the repetition came, a bit
re-
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I Electric Railway Service |
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Inter-urban Line.
Cara for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:60 a. ru. to 11 p.
ni. excepting at 7:SO and B:30
;i. m. Half hourly _ara will
run from Central Park lo
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
6 IB a.m. to 11 ; tn.
20 Minute Service���.\o transfer.
Between 1. and _ and f> and 7.
30  Minute    Service   during  re- ��
mainder of day.   Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. *
Sunday Service half-hourly be-
tween 8 a.m. aud 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from I!.2j a.
in to 11 p.m-, except between
12 and 2, and 5 and T, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday  Service   Halt Hourly be- ���
tween 8.30 a.in. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ;
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W. VAjX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
Moreys
FOR
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
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Selling Out $20,000 Stock
Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve. First come, lirsl served. We
need the cash and you want the goods.��Thia��jji_ a chance
of a lifetime.
W. E. TALES,
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pion??r  Limited'   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South    West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad  in  the  world that  equal  In
equipment that of the Chicago, Mil-|
waukee ct  St.  Paul Railway.    They
own   and  operate  their  own   sleeping]
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of J
service not obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. ROWF., General Agent.
[,,_ Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Slreet.  u
_
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. lf.th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
MO REV'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly  to   my
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
'flCG 'Phone l.F
Hirrn 'fhono 1.7
Manufacturer of
Westminster Iron Works I J. HENLEY ah kinds of sh_P repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
VV. E. EMERSON
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FiNEST  AND   FASTEST=
GENERAL MACHINM ANU I-NUINE
WOUK.
SHIP BMITHINU, milLHii. and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WOKK.
""laineiilni   |,.fm   WonCi   mcludlnp
AA'1' Qate_, Kirn i.soapoH, etc.
.   "j1  01'dQr_ and correspondence in
MPRESSES'
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
��OHN REID,
,    BEOBig BT_U__!'..
'nilm/.��. ^ a 474
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
Westminster, B.C.
"8,000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,500
K. Power . EMPR BBS O F I li _____ D )     TONS
if you are Bending tor friends from
the Old Country, buy tickets now
while tho cheap rates are on. You
(un gel better accommodation an'l
chea] er rate by applying to
ED. QOULET.
C.P.R. Agent.
"THE WITNESS WILL  ANsWKlt Till'.  yUES.
TION."
set Cor the trial Larry, as he was
known to every one, was iu court
early, but his name was not called
all morning. When in the middle
of the afternoon he was finally ask-
ed to take the witness stand he was
in no pleasant humor, but his face
wore a placid smile.
"What is your name?" asked the
lawyer.
The witness looked at him in apparent amazement.    "What is your
name?'
sharply
"Why, you know my name
plied Mr. Jerome.
"Ye��, 1 know I do, but 1 want
you to tell il to the court," waving
"his hand toward the judge.
"Why, the judge knows me as
well as you do."
"Your honor." turning toward
the bench, "will you kindly direct
the witness to answer ihe question?"
"The witness will answer tbe
question," came back sternly.
"Why, judge," said Mr. Jerome
plaintively, "you know my name as
well a< vlr.  does.    Didn't we
three have a drink together at recess ?"
The judge rapped down the audible smiles which arose nil over the
court room nnd meekly directed the
stenographer to enter the witness'
name as Lawrence Jerome.���New
York Tribune.
A Complete Surprise.
P. P. Johnston, president of the
National Trotting association, said
recently:
"All sorts of fakes are adopted
by crunks in order to disguise a trotter with a good record. Then the
trotter, believed to be a beginner,
gets enormous odds, and when she
wins what a surprise!"
Mr. Johnston lighted a cigar.
"It is an unpleasant, an unexpected surprise, he said. "It is
like the surprise a friend of mine
met with on a train in West Virginia.
"As the train traversed Wise
county my friend, entranced with
the scenery, stuck his head out of
the window.
"The brakeman hurried to him
and said:
" 'Keep your head inside, can't
vmi!-'
" 'Whal tor?' asked my friend.
"'So you won'l damage anv of
tho iron work ou the bridges,' said
the brakeman."���New York Tribune.
Deserved His Fate.
Miss Mario Shcdlock is famous
for the invention of a new and delightful type of children's entertainment. Dressed as a fairy, Hiss
Shedlock recounts to children with
delicacy and power the lovely talcs
of Hans Andersen.
She keeps her wits about her in
her entertainments, and children,
no matter bow odd their questions
may bo, can never stump her. She
is always ready with an apt reply.
Entertaining a children's party at
a certain millionaire's liouse in
Now York, Miss Shedlock happened
to employ the old proverb, "The
early bird catches the worm."
A little boy questioned the proverb promptly.
"But wasn't the worm foolish,"
he asked, "to get up early and be
caught?"
"My dear," said Miss Shedlock,
"that worm hadn't been to bed at
"II       HO WO��   limf   irntti.nu lmmn '���
WINTER CARNIVAL, ��� Rossland, II. C.
Tickets on sale Feb. llth to Feb. 16th.
Returning Feb. 18th.
Fare and One-third Return
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster.
E.  J.  COYLE,
/"���ssistant   General   Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Home
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands with
In the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land office for the district in
which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the lather or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence-
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention1
to apply ior patent.
W. W. COK .
Deputy  Minister of the  Interioi.
N. 13.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
BKALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender tor l'osi Office, Fernie, B.C.," will
be received al Ihis office until M in-
day, February Is, 1907, Inclusively,for
the construction of a Post Office, &c,
building ui Fernie, 11. C.
Plans and specifications can be seen
and forms of tender obtained ai this
Departmenl and on application to
Robert A, Kerr, Ea |., Clerk of Works,
Fernie, H. C.
Persons tendering are notified that
tenders will noi be considered unless
made on the printed form Bupplh I,
nnd signed with their actual signatures,
Bach tender must be accompanied
b> an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honourable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
ol the amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the party tendering
decline to enter Into a contract when
called upon to do so. or if he fail 10
complete the work contracted for. if
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. t.ELlNAS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, January 1s, 1907,
.Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from this
Departmenl will not be paid for lt,
I   I
:
i
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IHE DAILY NEWS
Friday,
BLUE
i___a_s-s***^J_J
____,,
Turned out on the Street!    Get out or Sell out!
���___-__-__-_-______���_��� ��� IIIIIIWWIIWII_IMWBt_W_i_________illlllH____l_illW li.i 11 mi t I   H III I r.ra__iTir_Mi--_-rM
The contractors are after us.   They're anxious to get at their work of rebuilding the block.
We must get out or sell out
We are desperately in earnest, and can't afford to fool the public. The people realize this. They continue to throng our store.   BARGAINS, genuine bargains are here, and the wise ones know it.
This week we are cutting still deeper. We are determined to clear out the entire stock. We
have to; for we can secure no temporary premises while the contractors are at work. If anything sticks
we just keep cutting the prices until it moves.
Here are a Few of the Movers:
bring this list with you
Clothing
Men's Suits, .   .   .   $4.65
...  6.15
"   Pants,.   ... 85c
Furnishings
3 Handkerchiefs for 10c
Men's Braces ...   15c
"   Collars    ...   5c
Hats & Caps
Men's Caps,    .   .
.   15c
Auto Caps,   .   .
.   .40c
Fedora Hats, .   .
.    85c
Boots & Shoes
Men's Boots, . . . 1.15
" Calf Boots, . . 1.95
"   Hip Gum Boots, 3.75
Look for the Big Blue Sign
Wm.   CUMMING
Embarrassing.
little villa, so u  be solitary in an repeat it, yon slum i make my wig,
iim,                    ,,             -iii   Irish   country   place,   bears   thai for I never intended to pay for it.
.he   sexton   o    a   quaint   old             _ml ^ ^ o{ |h(i Sgxm m gQ to ,mothpi. ^ worthy sfx_
Maryland  church,    said   a clergy-   ^ ]ri      ive8 ^ ^ th_ ..^ of the craft."-
man, "showed me through the cool,   .   ch -  unscholarl       NV|,cro
-Liverpool Mercxrry.
the Celt���the female Celt, that i-
The Ostrich's Mistake.
dim building one warm  afternoor
and a- we wero departing pointed   ^3���,.-^ ^ndTescrve" that "slight I    A trained ostrich recently discon-
to the  Bible on  th, 1  and   ^ q| derigion i3 in hcr p,,,,^ | certed its exhibitor at a music hall
wnUed. . ;;ft^ her^siting cards intended^' j by continually endeavoring to break
v "_A strange thing happened lasl    Londo_ uge    Th() w(m] cnstl. ,,,,,,,; away from uli restraint and to climb
Sunday in connection with that Bi
ble
ie saiu.
ha,I  a strange
for a  Bceond and counl ry n !dn
does seem to suggest machicolation.
over the footlights into the orches
tra. The widely advertised act came
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.rn
p.m.
minister preaching here, and when j'(. Un, '.j",',./u'ud .-nllv n >ii .���--!.    - to ll sudden end, and tho professor
he opened ihe book be came upon ,     qiu.0qjc|c emerged  from   behind  the curtain
a notice ami  read  it   oul   with all  -  and apologized for tho actions of his
due solemnity.   It was n request fi r Sheridan's Gratitude. pet jn about these words:
the   congregation's   sympathy   and      Sheridan   once   bad   ,�����,���;' ion   to      "Lydies and gentlemen, Hi ham
prayers   for John  Q,  Griggs,  who call  al  n  hairdresser's  to order n very sorry  to disappoint you  this
had   been  deeply afflicted  by  the wig.    On being measured the bar- hevening.     We  are  compelled   to
loss of his wife.' ber, who was a liberal soul, invited cease  our  hengagement  until  the
"The sexton paused and chuckled the  orator  to  lake  Mime  refresh- management hengages a new hor-1    , ,A.-' �����   _.._    ���..  n���i-������
(-oltiv. menl   in un  inner room.    Here lie chestra leader.     I he one at preseni l ,, on _ ,_
" '_ou   see,   sir,    he   said,    our regaled him with a bottle ol  porl nemployed   err   _< no   air on topi
regular   minister   has   been   using and   showed   so   much   hospitality of'is'ead, and my lnrd takes it for     ^v'Gulchon'2:40 p< m,; ar-N'Wl | at 8:3
that  paper as a bookmarker more thai  Sheridan's benrl was touched, a hegg."���London Tit-Hits lS:1" p '"' and 6 "' m
than n year, nnd John Q. Griggs, in When they rose from the table 1    i
Train* & Steamers Ca-dlan PMific ?*���? c<"! rZ������. - St
C P.R.   MAIN   LINE.
Britlbh  Columbia Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
departure  are approximate
For   reservations   an 1   l_for_al_|
call or address
ed. goi'let
 I Agent, _.'ew Wi amli
ALASKA ROUTE. I  , B.   J.   '   ''������
AiHt. Gen. Pass   Agent, \
(Subject to change without notice).   | j   yf4 ���]������;     p,
S,s. Leaves Van       Genera! Superintendent   ���
        Amur I'','!i. Till
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.     | Princess Beatrice  Feb,  1 lln
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m. | Amur  Feb. 21si
Prlucess Beatrice  Feb. -sit_^^^^^^^^^^^_
I  I
Three
Transcontin- ntal
Trains D-silv
Leave N. \V. 15.40; arr N. W. 11.35.
C.P.R.  MISSION BRANCH
Leave N. W. &.30; ar. Seat lie 15.50.
Leave Seattle 12.30; ar. N. W. 18.40-.
C.P.R.   WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION. '
Leave N. W. 8.38, 10.35, 15.40, IT.::."..
Arrive N. W. I).:!."., 11.35, 16.40, 18.40.
V., W. & Y���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. _ p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. It.���PORT GUICHON.
I Northern Pac
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUT1.
S.S,  Princess Victoria  leaves  Vancou
ver, l p.m. daily,
Leave:, Victoria dally al  l aj
VI( tORIA-SEATTLE  RO!  , _
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Travel <>n the Fai
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M "NORTH COAST
]    Leaves Victoria daily except Mondaj      Electriwighted train. '      _
0. QuickTime. Exc      t ^n*
victoria    new    WESTMINSTER  New  York, Chicago.
anatty'grny suit, satin'a frontpew were about separating the  latter,! Not only wails Have Ears.
with the new wife ho had taken jusi looking tho barber full in tbe face,      "Mrs.   Smith  looked   lovely   this
the week before.'" said, "On reflecting I don'l intend  llf"': �����"   remarked   the   woman
  that vou shall make my wig." jusi   .eturned   from  the  pink  tea.
a Caatla in ireinnd, Astonished and with n blankvis-  "Usually she gets herself up like a
Thei age,   the  other  exclaimed:   "Good   cream puff or a slab of Neapolitan I    Lv- Vancouver tor  Westmlnater a
house is pi     rve        Irelm I, rati    heavens, Mr, Sheridan!   How can 1   ''''' cream, but this afternoon she
er curiously, for Ireland has nol the  bine displeased you?'
looked l'>\ civ.
\c-ti: es of -"rem li customs so noticeable  in  S o  and.     fho d lie i
"Why," look vou," said Sheridan, j    "Was she as much painted as usu
"you are an bones!   fellow, and.  1   al?" asket1 tho -"ll
 "Pninti cl ?" queried the kid of tbe
family.   "Who! < olor?"
"Red, white and blue," explained
, tin'   girl   quickly,   adding:   "Little
��� pitclu .' !    He'll 1 c telling hor the
nexl   time she calls."���Xew York
I Press.
il.  C. ELECTRIC-VANCOUVER. (..,.v   (||,, N'SNA1Ml,
Lv.  New  Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1     L,.,,,., N, ��� Westminster at 7 a. m
,ii,l cS a. m., an,I cvvry half hour there-j ������ sundirs __L_bc m noints____________i
after till il p, m. '  '    '
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.      Special   Reduced   I
Rat",   to   Southern   '
Toronti
AND ALL POINTI
Steamshir Tickets en  ���
.nine hours.
S. S. Joan
Leavei   Vani mver dall> at
Fraser River asi_ Culf
UP RIVER. WBE,8T   C��^'    "��.^TE-
Beaver- Steamer Queen City.
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m. ' Leaves Victoria at  1!   p.m. on 1st
or full informtion
C. !'. I ANG, '��� '
130 Haatings St., Van
A. D. CHARL'l
'oft land,Ore
WKESM  GOIN'        -!
ASK THE TICKET .
TO SEND
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m. : Till, ami  llMi each month tor Clayo
llamona��� quot;   leaveB Victoria   on    20th    foi
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat 8 a.m.      q,mls an(]  ,
From Clivvli. Sun., Weil., I'll., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
'V;'"sr';A.A.    ... .      ,       .,     ,    I Steamer Transfer
From N.W. daily, ex. Sunday   _ p.in. ^^^^^^^^^^^^________________E_   i ��� st"
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m. Leaves New  Westminster on .Mon   Eight Trains Every i1'
lay,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   Thursday \ BETWE1   ,
From sieveiiton, 7 a.m. (Frl, 6 a.m.)    '���
Mail ServA
,u,l   Friday  at  2   p.m. and  Saturday |     __. .,       ,        p ..I
rv'*:e at _ p, iii. with additional trip on Mon !     MillDB-tDOliS,  i'-:'
:iosc.   Received. | lay al 5 a. m *'   *    .
Leaves Steveston Monday, Tuesday,! cUlO  LhlCJ
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTfc. _,__..
  'THE NORTHWESTERN
She was onlv ten years old, little
Margaret, but there were two
I younger children, and she bad already taken upon her shoulders
some , f I lie re | msibilil ies of life,
i but did not prei md to ,-ni',\ tbem
ill.
'���Wh, re are Hel and A tha?"
asked n visiti r, v, ho I , ���, ! Margaret  sitting  o i   the   ' i :     pi ion ���
one afternoon, lookin:   particulnrlv   ^^^^^^^__
Bobcr. Victoria   10._()a.m.   D.OOa.m       Leaves  New  Westminster, 8  a,  n,   brilliantly   illuminate,1
"They've ��� .' to have     hat   ,, , Burnuby .... 1.13pm.   1.15 p.m.   Mondays, Wednesdays and Pridays   ' | world.     The  equipment
mother   calls   'mischief   and   they   Ladner, Steveston,   ^^_^^^^^^__
.11    I l_^___________i '     eperS(     IUM1 ;���),
.ir   par
Seattle, via Sumas 7.45 a.m.    0.40 p.m
Sapperton and Mill- ; Weduesday, Thursday and Saturday al
side, No, l  7.45am, ll.35a.m.  7 a, m.;  Frid
Vancouver,  No.  1. 7.1", a.m.   9
0 N.R   Cloverdale, H	
lilniue .Seattle.. 8.15 a.m.   3.3 i p.m
Van. & Cen. Park.10.30 a.m.   2.00 p.m : s- s- Beaver
nil'. TRAIN QZJA^iffl
_.��a.m.|( a. m.;  Friday at 6 a. m. additional |the"n0RT.1-WES- '"   ���,
00a in   trip Saturday 5 d. m                            ,-   ,    A     i             , '��� ''
1' '"���                            Embodies the newcsl
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER ROUTE     | for     V'.' v.'m.HV J '   r. ' ";
_   _   _                                land   LUXURY.      It   i '������';���_. ^
ii..  ���
hath   electricity   and  g"     " ;|1 tkil
I
H.   L.   de BECK
 __________________________H____M  i private   compartni'' t   I I
call 'fun,"' said tho solitary one. ' I--;;���;.;;;;;;;;;: 1>50ll.m. a.00a.n,  ,,::;;; ': ;,:';',���:, ";. ,,';.-,,;;:':";:   >6 section sleepers, l��
"Andyoudidn'      '-thtliem"   ... J^      LTZ'^Ll   Z'aSn'Z toZ' "A
said ll:,' \   ntor, with a hint of sym-      ,, ���   M   . ,., , . rh,iU_..���b moaern   aay  cua
ton, .uiii-uu   ,.    i .in i (..lii-ili, :iel_. ibiarv  ami  smoking  '
pathyinhcr \oice. I    coqultlam     3. ,m. 11.35a.m por Time T,i,:. ,
  10;-m NORTHERN  D. C. ROUTE. fllrtll,r   il}t���rnt-,i\..-,
sign; "mother ini^^^Vo 'H'-'i't- i (_____���______________���    ________��� n.0��� ,,.;���. 8. 8. Tecs F   w   darKJ
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B '-':1VI a:   s   p.m. 'gI'NI'I-
- ������.!'.'"'!"     12.00m     and  16th "i each  month, calling a!         <=  a������..mp Seattle," .
"Oh, no," said M ir arot, with a, ,  ,.. rna (J .._..,,.,..,,.   |;,
igh; "i,i,,ther trusi    me so dread er ..... 4.00 i .m, 11.
fully!    1  can'l  have  mm h  of any
fun."���Youth's Com | inn inn.
-    ,,n I,  Tues
.���20 Second Avne FEB. 1, 1W.
,,( Ml
Paul
I
THE DAILY NEWS
i. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
_��_._��_��_> ��� _ _
Manufacturer* and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
CONDENSED  STORIES.
_j_________-__-_-_----_-_________________--__--_-------------_-_--_B___i
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple J.taf
Label)
Is paining in favor every day.   Our output last year was double the
preccding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
tWMmmmmms&Bnkwmmmmkmmmmmmsmmmkvwmm
A   Witness   Whs   Convinced   a   Judfll
Thst  He  Knew  Him.
Lawrence Jerome, the father of
District Attorney William Travers
Jerome, was noted in his day as a
wit and a joker. He was once called on to testify in a suit in which
he believed that he had no evidence
of any value to offer. He tried to
icrsuadc the lawyer to save him the
���other of hanging around the
courtroom, hut in vain.   <in the dav
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
Scene   from   "Human   Hearts,"   Opera   House,  To-night.
The appearance tonight of this de-
servidly popular melodrama, at the local np'iii house, is io be noted with
greal Interest ,for "Human Hearts"
comes to New Westminister well
known  to all  and holding a strong
place In our alecllons, which -oin.in,-
performance will only strengthen.
The story is an old one. and the
production is new and well looked after, a combination which is sure to i
draw a good house.
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
REDUCED   RATES
THE FAMOUS
Rapid, Easy Grinders
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
SUITS 10 ORDER, . . . $11.00
PANTS TO ORDER,.... 5.00
�� -
V ���������'.-
-
~
A'-,���' I   *'$     *
i'i :_;:-.W^rW
-__-_-
MARVELOUS   REDUCTION
until March 1st, 1907.
Plenty of Goods to select from, of the
Latest Patterns.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money re-
Three sizes,���8,10 and
12-inch plates. Alsc
bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutters.
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
Connects at Rossland with the Can   THF   IlD_Tfl_nATF   TAIIOR
adian   Pacific   Railway   for   Boundary   HI-.   Ul     IV   UJ-IL    I ttlLVl.
Creek points.
Connects at.   Meyers    Falls    with
-tage ('.ily for Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
, Spokane  and   Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    to,
funded.
247 Front Street   ���     New Westminster
OPEN  EVENINGS.
1901.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
g.40 a.m.
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
Day Train
.. Spokane
.. Rossland
... Nelson ..
Arrive
.715 P-m-
.4.10 p.m
6.45 p.m
11. A. JACKSON.
J.  TRAPP & CO. Grand Trunk Ry.
Limited
*.���������>������->��������*���< *��������������������������� ������������������������������������������������������-������������������������
���
I Electric Railway
Inter-urban  Line.
Cars ur Vancouver aud way
stations will run every halt
hour from 5:50 a. iu. to 11 p.
in. excepting at 7:30 and S:'.!0
a. m. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
6.15 a.m. to 11 p rn.
20 Minute Service���No transfer,
Between 1_ and _ and f> and 7.
30 Minute Service during re- ��
mainder or day. Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. ^
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   between 8 a.m. aud 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service  from  0._r> a.
in   ni  ll  p.m., except  between
1_  and  _, and 5  and  7, durin,
which hours the service will be ^
half-hourly.
_ i
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Sunday Service   hair-hourly _e- ���
tween 8.30 a.m. and n p.m.        J
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British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd t
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Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC ami  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ano
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VA'jX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 185 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
For electric signs, dynamos, motors,
I'aus, 'phone fixtures, shades, bells, batteries, wire and cables of all kinds
ind sr/.es. House wiring. Motor Installing a specialty. All kinds of repairs promptly attended to.
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PJ.ONE 304.
Moreys
POR
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
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Every article or piece of furniture in our establishment at
actual cost without reserve, first come, first served. We
need the cash and you want the goods.~This*is a chance
of a lifetime.
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pion^-r  Limited'   St.   Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   lo
Chicago,  "South    West     Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in  the   world  that   equal   in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St-  Paul Railway,    They,
own and operate their own sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and
give  their  patrons  an   excellence  of J
service not obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. ROWE. General Agent.
iu Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
W. E. PALES,
������' >i<
K 716 and 718 Columbia St.    Four Floors.     Rear Extension, Front Street.   J<
.���, V
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.  Cor. 10th  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
GENERAL MACHINW ANU B1NUINB
WOKK
Manufacturer of
Westminster Iron Works J. HENLEY aii kinds of __p repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
_������
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
Columbia St.
Oaggage delivered   promptly to   my
part of tho city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
'fleo 'I'bone I*,..       Hum Vhono 137
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST   AND   FAS1 EST=
^EMPRESSES*!
IB  WITNESS Wll.n   ANSWER T1IK <}-__���
TION."
Bet for I lie trial Larry, as he was
known to every one, was in court
early, but bis name was not calico! j
all morning. When in the middle
of the afternoon he was finally asked to take the witness stand he was
in no pleasant humor, but his face
wore a placid smile.
"What is your name A asked the
lawyer.
The witness looked at him in apparent amazement. "What is your
name':'' the repetition came, a bit
sharply.
"Why, you know my name," replied Mr. Jerome.
"Yes, 1 know I do, but 1 want
you to tell il to the court," waving
his hand toward the judge.
"Why, the judge knows me as
well as yon do."
"Your honor," turning toward
the bench, "will you kindly direct
the witness to answer the question?"
"The witness will answer the
question," came back sternly.
"Why, judge," said Mr. Jerome
plaintively, "you know niy name as
well as Mr,   dues.    Didn't we
three have a drink together at recess ?"
Tbe judge rapped down the audible smibs which arose all over the
courtroom and meekly directed the
stenographer to enter the witness'
name as Lawrence Jerome.���New
York Tribune.
A Complete Surprise.
P. P. Johnston, president of the
National Trotting association, said
recently:
"All sorts of fakes are adopted
by crooks in order to disguise a trotter with a good record. Then the
trotter, believed to be a beginner,
gets enormous odds, and when she
wins whal a surprise!"
Mr. Johnston lighted a cigar.
"It is an unpleasant, an unexpected surprise," he said. "It is
like the surprise a friend of mine
met with on a train in West Virginia.
"As the train traversed Wise
county my friend, entranced with
the scenery, stuck his heud out of
the window.
"The brakeman hurried to him
and said:
" 'Keep your bend inside, can't
your'
"'Whit for;-' asked my friend.
'��� 'So you won't damage any of
the iron work on tho bridges,' said
the brakeman."���New York Tribune.
WINTER CARNIVAL, - Russian., li. C.
Tickets on sale Feb. llth to Feb. ICth.
Returning Feb. 18th.
Fare and One-third Return
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster.
E.  J.  COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
Synopsis   of   Canadian   Home
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands with
In the Railway Delt In British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who Is the sole head of a family,
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section ot
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offl.e for the district In
which the land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(i) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father or mother.
(_) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon fanning land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence-
may be satisfied by residence upon.
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention1
to apply lor patent.
W. W. COK..
Deputy  Minister of the Interior.
N. 13.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
Deserved His Fate.
Miss Mari
icdlock  is  famous
and
OHK.
|HIP SMtTHINU, jlLtluUKJ
STRUCTURAL IRON    WL
Ornamental   iron   wont,  including
",''"'��� J> Gates, riro kiseapes, etc.
",    orders ami correspondence In
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
JOHN REID,
BEaBIi. BT_Ui_iT.
-s'mlns-.er. y, o. 174
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C.
RESIDENCE���34 Eighth street, New
Westminster, B.C.
:8,000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,800
H. Panel I EMPRESS OF IRELAND J IONIC you are sending for friends from
the Old Country, buy tickets now
while the cheap rules are on. YOU
can gel better accommodation an.
cheaper rate by applying to
ED. QOULET.
C.P.R. Agent.
for tho invention of a new and delightful type of children's entertainment. Dressed as a fairy, Miss
Shedlock recounts to children with
delicacy and power the lovely tales
of Hans Andersen.
She keeps her wits about her in
her entertainments,  and children,
no matter how odd their questions
may he, can never stump her.   She
��� is always ready with an apt reply.
Entertaining a children's party at
a certain millionaire's liouse in
New York, Miss Shedlock happened
to employ the old proverb, "The
early bird catches the worm."
A little boy questioned the proverb promptly.
"But wasn't the worm foolish,"
be linked, "to get up early and be
caught?"
"My dear," said Miss Shedlock,
"lhat worm bndn'l  been to bed at
"II        lln irns   hint   CTPttvnB-hl-T-l-l "
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, and endorsed "Tender for Post Office, Fernie, B.C.," will
be received at this office until Monday, February is, 1907, inclusively, lor
the construction of a Posl Office, &c,
building ai Fernie, ll. C.
Plans and specifications can be Be in
and Tonus of tea ler obtained ai this
Departmenl and on application to
Robert A. Kerr, Esq., Clerk of Works,
Fernie, B. C.
Persons tendering are notified thai
tenders will noi be considered unless
made on the printed form supplied,
and signed with their actual signatures,
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honourable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
ol ihe amount of the tender, which
will be forfeited if the party tendering
decline to enter into a contract when
called upon to do so. or If he tail 10
complete the work contracted for. If
the tender be not accepted the cheque
will be returned.
The Department does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any tender.
By Order,
FRED. HELIX AS,
Secretary.
Department of Public Works,
Ottawa, January IS, 1907.
Newspapers inserting this advertisement without authority from this
Department will not be paid for it.
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THE DAILY NEWS
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets, Xew Westminster, B.C.
Managing Director J. C. Brown
f rVERTISING RATES.
Transien. display advertising, 10
CClit. per ine nonpariel) 12 lines to
fir- inch. Five ;-��_.ts per line tor
fur Rpflrent  'iisertlous.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
.-ents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per line.
For time contracts, special posi-
tons, apply to advertising manager.
.Notices of births, marriages or
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or
f'nind, rooms to let, etc., one cent per
word. Xo advertisement taken for
!ps-> than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
Night Office    B22
���_lpn.'
Suit-fife in every grain���delicate,
piquant ��� perfect cryital* ���
absolutely pure���
WINDSOR SALT.
137
the Dominion government is sending
a big lot of eggs of Atlantic salmon
to Xew Zealand���a hundred and twen-
tv thousand of them.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED���Store Shelves,  etc.  Apply
to Box 13. Daily News _d_2
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WANTED���General   servant.     Apply
Dally News office,
With the bulk of the two hundred
and fifty thousand immigrants t<> arrive in Canada this year locating in
the Wesi.it would appear thai ihe
early predominance of the West in
national affairs is not an idle dream.
���Ottawa Free Press.
WANTED���Ten S
ilesinen and
a lady
cashier.    Apply,
W'estininsiei
Cloth-
ing company.
THE
WANTED���Experienced lady hook-
keeper. Apply New Method Laundry.    Burr block, Columbia St.    7-K
FRIDAY.  FEB.   1.   1907.
������DEFENDING OUR RIGHTS."
The loud mouthed boasting which
th.- Premier and his organs indulge
in  a o n    be   gallant   defense  of  the
rights cf the Province by the government, iu the in.liter ol that Indian
reserve sale, is vastly amusing to
those ulm know the facts. The re-
erve in question lies close to Kaien
fsland, and '..he Indian owners ma_.
an agreement to sell about half of it
to ihe Grand Trunk Pacific, (who
want ii for shunting grounds) for
J7.50 per acre. The Dominion Government, which is guardian of the Indians; naturally thought the noble re!
n an had made a good bargain, since
liis white brothers, the McBride Gov-
i . ament, were boasting of the line
dial they had made ia selling much
u.tie valuable land at $1.00 per acre.
So the Dominion Government gave iis
consent, hut pointe 1 oar that no absolutely clear title could he given except British Columbia gave iis consent, as it is written in the law that
tbe Province shall get the land if the
tribe becomes extinct, Now it is a
big tribe, and if lias no intention ot
I" coining extinct, Such a tiling
might happen in two or three hundred
years from now. but then again ii
mighl   not.
Until it does happen, the Province
has no more claim to the lands than
the man  in  the moon.
This valiant Government, then.
stands in the breach defending he
Province againsi ihe loss of a shadowy something to which ii might pos-
lay claim sometime aboul the
year 2,300 A.D.
lu   'he  meantime,  the   in Hans   n
deprived ot   the   I eneflts   which   they
v o ild derive from the schools, :,
. nn I so forth v. hich tin income
I 'm the pi i, e of ���'ie lan !. Invested
'"    thi : I, u c.M  ,:i .j- tain.
Ti illy a noble GoveVni     i   .
:   =es t o forego   h lo _���.   |   s
of  a   claim   lo  lie.    i   i: i   iu  tin    -
distanl  future, and at  the san e i Ime
. ow -   in',i  i iie   lap   ol   corporati ins
���. I      i    ila   irs   inilli ins    of doll
���  a   if   iublii   ai��� -  in  the  In
ate    ��� esi nt.
Mr.   Bowser complained  of unfairness at  the Libera]  meeting, although
��� Mi, Oliver iiiiii  preceded him ami it
had been announced thai  Mr. Howay
would   say   a   few   words   only.     This
complain! is repeated by the C.P.R
organ here. At last uiglu's meeting
Mr. Howay was called on FIRST then
Mr. Rainey ami ALL Conservative
speakers were held hack till after
their  opponents  had   spoken.
WANTED���Three furnished rooms
Must he reasonable and close in
Apply Box ll.  Daily News Office.
WANTED���Al once, third or fourth
class engineer for shingle mill. Apply to  Lamoni  Bros., P. 0.  box 325,
White House
For the next FIVfc DAYS we are offering
our entire stock of Ladies' Blouses, Dress
Skirts, Furs, Collars and Belts, Children's
Dresses, Coats, Furs, Hats and Bonnets; also
a full line of Tinted Centres and Cushion
Tops.    All to clear at
or  Dailv   News  Office,
del'.
SOLVED   IN   SLUMBER.
WANTED���Lots lor sale. We have
Immediate purchasers tor several
city lots if lhe location and prices
are right.     While & Shiles, Colum-
COST AND BELOW
liia   street
dtf.
BUSINESS NOTE.
im       -   .    trade    an
ivi th   Increased   .  i   ilation  the   n I mi
es in 1900 makes a verj
comparison with ai       erlorl
.   :.     years. Indeed, ihere
���
yeai
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they wen
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A Pr.blem That Was Worked Out an.
Written  During  Sleep.
Many persons have written while
wrapped in slumber. Coleridge
writing the poem of "Kubla Khan"
in his sleep is n classic instance, but
there arc numerous others. Here ie
one which IA. Carpenter mentions
in his book on '"Mental Physiology."
A professor at Amsterdam had
been given hy a banking house of
that city a question to solve, involving a long and difficult calculation.
Several times he tried to obtain the
solution, lint each time he made
some mistake. At last, all wearied
out, he gave the problem to some
of bis students, telling them that
if possible he would like the answer
in three days. One of them, eager
to get into his teacher's good graces,
took it home and worked on it for
three successive nights in vain.
"At last I bent myself over my
figures for a third evening. It was
winter, and I calculated till half
past 1 in the morning, all to no purpose. The product was erroneous.
Low ul heart, I threw down my pencil, which already by that time had
beciphered three slates. I hesitated whether I would toil through the
night, ns I knew tliat the professc-T
wanted an answer the very same
morning. But, lo! my candle was
already burning in the socket, and
the persons with whom I lived bad
gone to rest. Then I also went to
bed, my head tilled with ciphers.
and, tired in mind, I fell asleep. In
the morning I awoke, just early
��� no ;_!i to dre-s and prepare myself
to go to the le ture, vexed at
heart at not having been able 1"
solve the question and at having to
disap "At iu;.' teacher.
"But, o]i. wonder! As ! approach
my writing table I find on it a paper
with e    in  my own band an 1
(thi: .   i :   i iv   astoni ihmenl!)   the
irobli ."   on  ii   -ei ,��� id  q  :
arighl and       tout a j   iglc bluntl   ���,
[ wai     I to ask m      istess whether
any one 1       '���     i in my ro     , bii
was si i    ��� i        [writ
ing.    Th - I must ha   ��� ��� ale ila! ��� :
��� sl    p and in the
' irk to      it,    '.'.'.'.     v as no. I
remarkable, 1 ���      lion
saccin t thai ' i ��� :    ������
on a i in do folio had r
beciphered
on  '��� ���
state.    Prod       ��� '���       '
at the i :
ton     :
probl
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i
The Central and Realty Agency can
supply you with .Male or Female help
on short notice. Call, write or telephone ii\ Water street, Vancouver,
'Phone 2566! 6d-23
A. J.
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275 Columbia Street
LOST���(Jn Friday, on Columbia street
between  postofflce and  Ryall's drug   QAWMILL   SITES,        TIMBER   LIMITS,
store,   bunch   of   keys   attached   to
chain.     Finder will be rewarded on
leaving at   Crown  Timber  Office .,,���   c���nn, ,rc
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���   m   of - Diluted  with three
���   of  aqun pura   or   rosewater,   it
will I     ' (ool      p nnd so '.nlnf!
NOTICE.
A   Dailj   Wi s n who      no
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on a note t t he es
to N'ew Zealand v. roti   "fn "
i   ��� ict is  tlce
There n
ti   i   ������ :   iii   the  Coqul
Ihe   Town   11 on   I''  .
2   1-7   al   I p.    ic to    ci ns'der
and   taking ol
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THE ARROW PRESS���Job and Commercial Planting. Posters, Dodgers, '
Typewriter circulars. Business head" j
ings, Programmes, etc. DAILY I
NEWS BLOCK, Mrs. DOMINY.!
Prop.
E. W. JOHNSON
Room 4, Guichon Block
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
The
Hamilton
Watch
Movement
YOU CANNOT PROCURE A MOKE ACCURATE TIMEPIECE IIHN
THE HAMILTON.
Grade No. 940-21  Jewels, in 25-year Gold  Filled Cases       . $37.50
Crude   No.   1-17      " "   32.50
Crude    No.   2-17       " " " " "        25,50
Grade    No. 3 -17      " " "        " "     23.50
VV.  C.  CHAMBERLIN, Th. Jeweler
'Phone   105. 'Pho-e   :0V
THE    CELEBRATED
jew Wellington Coal
sms^r^/ss^ftm.'.
o.iiaBi
WE make a specialty of School Shoes
and offer our customers the very best
money can buy.
SUCCESSORS TO
FOP. BOYS
Boys' Scotch grain
Boots, made with
heavy soles,  riveted,
sizes 1 to 5 	
.   $1.75 anj $2 a pair
Boys' heavy Blucher
cut, waterproof Boots
 $2,25 a pair
FOR GIRLS
Girls' best grain leather Boots, sizes 8 - 10 1-2
.  $1.25 and $1.50 a pair
Sizes 5 to 7 1-2	
 $1 and $1.25
Misses' Boots, in box
calf and kid, made with
hi;.. ; soles, and waterproof.. .$1.75 & $2 pair
J- W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMI
[TO
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H'e're
experl
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Boys'
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School
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A:W_ Ol      __
0. $4       ....._. 	
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p *'.' ''���  iti    !    the '    '       :. ir on Colum!
: vi t.     it conti        thn e 1. rge si
well lighted, and m     iron     fi i.  <    the
econd  floor, givini    i splendid  in :< n ���.
The building has a Aontage or Colum
- ' -" Sireet of 66 feet, and  the ! it    un \ bai
to Clarkson Street.
PRICE  $38,000.      Reasonable te .    ,
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THOS. R. PEARSON, SV.ani.gei
EXCLUSIVE:    AGE Nil S
j Columbia Street, next Bank of Com;>;    ce       P
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1 j Carruthers Manufacturing C i
fo mbio Street,
Westminster.
���-..'-.
Manufai : un ra of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar; '
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VANCOUV _ R, _,C.
- _.   ^-. kAYl FEB. 1, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
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THE
CASH STORE
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1
January Sale
RUNS MERRILY ON
TRY
Fresh bargains renew the interest when it begins to
flag.   Stock taking is now over, and we can
put fresh energy into the bargain giving.  Come along then and share
the profits with us.
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We liinl a sale iif Tapestry Portien
lust    week   ami   sold   all.    we   had   but
four  pairs.    Now   we  wain    to    pell
them    too���hence   these reductioi
��20.00  I'm'    $8.50:    $12.50    fur    $6.50;
J4.75  lor $2.95;  $4.00 Inr $2.50.
We hail a sale of Woollen Dress
Goods recently, ami cleared oul several pieces, but nut all. So now we've
added eight more pieces; such as
green, grey and fawn vicuna, obi rose,
cream ami Alice blue panama, besides
shallow check tweed suitings; worth
;."(��� ami $1.00.    All  one price, 59c yd.
A final i learance of line Woollen
Walstings, Including pale blue and old
: .se, French twilled opera flannel,
emhroldere 1 i elm- on cream lustre
striped an I flowered wool Jelainees
, n i woolalones, .7 to :il Inches wide;
regular 50c.    To clear at 39c.
Children's Flannelette Dresses, I i
Iii girls or I iu 7 years, made of medium and dar_ i olored flannelette in
liots an 1 figu ���- jusi the thing for
e\' '. daj wear; regular 7_r in $1.00.
:.i go a! 50c. .
There will be a committee of I he
council meeiinn ihis evening.
There was a blank docket al Ihe
police   court   yesterday   morning.
For cut flowers, bridal bouquets and
funeral designs, 'phone Tidy, the Florist, A184.
We have a client fur a cottage about
six rooms, below Third avenue, and
East ul Seventh si reel, close in. Modern, plumbing. Abbot & Hyde, next
t" Guichon Hotel.
There was a noticeable difference
yesterday, in the manner in which the
ice was running out. The ice was
I'otten and in large quantities indca-
tlng that ihe up river ice is crumbling
and  breaking away,
'I'lii evening Ihere will be a rally
Of i . i  working  forces  of the   Liberal
rty in the Liberal committee moms.
i here will be some speeches and the
final touchs will be put to the arrangements for i he fateful day.
The steam tug Magnet has changed
In nl- again and has ben sold by the
!'.. C. Gei eral Conlract company to
Win. Onley, of Albert Bay. The Topaz,
recently purchased and remodeled
I j the Contract company, will replace
he Mamie; in the company's service.
The Superior came Into port yesierday and look away lhe scow containing the two donkey engines, wihich
were recently unloaded at the G. X.
K. car barge wharf. The two engines
will be taken up Hie coast and pul in
0| eraiion in the interests of the Pacific Coasl  Logging company.
Death yesterday, claimed (.'. A. R.
Lambly, a former resident of this city.
at his home in Fairview, H. C. He
there occupied the position of Governmenl agent, gold commissioner and
stipendiary magistrate. Mrs Lambly,
wlio survives him, was a daughter
<>!' the late Judge Haynes and a grand
daughter of Capt. Pittendrigh, S. M..
of this city. The deceased was 42
years of ase and had only been ill for I
a very short time. He was highly
respected  by all  who  knew him,
The steamer Favorite will endeavor
to make a trip up river on Monday
next unless there is a heavy freeze
Up between new and then. The vessel is moored beside the Belyea wharf
and can lie freed from the Ice iii a
very short time. The plan is to iron
the   bow   of  the   vessel   and  go  at  lhe
Ice carefully. Captain Harvey bus had
a good many years experience on the
river and knows jusi how to tackle
lhe proposition. They will get as fains they can and try to make a little
headway each day until they have the
whole course (dear.
Seats  were valuable on Wednesday
nighl al the Liberal meeting.   In some
of the choice seals a number of boys
were noticed and those without seats
: started to  buy  the  boys out.    Soon a 1
number   of   seats   were   available   at
a   dollar.      Some   of   the   youths   who
were  enriched   by   giving    up    their
seats,  were suns  of  well  known Conservatives, and will thus come out better on the election than their dads. I
Last  night   a nunibr  of youths secur- i
ed  a   block  of choice  seats and  tried
to dispose of them, but there was no
demand, so they  satisfied  themselves
by   routing and  creating  disturbances'
when   opposition   speakers   were   addressing the audience.
Lee's Furniture Emporium
For Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Window Shades, Pictures and Framing,
Couches, Parlor Goods, Rattan Goods.
ASSORTMENT THE BEST   QUALITY THE HIGHEST! PRICES THE LOWEST!
LEE S     Furniture     Emporium
Dupont Block New Westminster        Tel. 73
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ABBOTSFiliil) MEETING
TURNS OUT LIBERAL
Chairman    Burtt    Morgan    Loses   His
Temper���Mr.   Cruickshank
Hits Tories Hard.
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Inc irp rate i 1906
LLEY
Abbostford, Jan. 30.���I Special.) ���
One Of the best attended meetings
ever held iii Abbotsford was that called in the interesl of the government
candidate and addressed by the Premier. A large number of ladies were
piesent. In spit- of the inspired ef-
fi rts of the Premier to do hi- best, the
opposition speakers easily turned
the meeting into a Liberal triumph.
The meeting, from the beginning of
Mr. Cruickshank's address, passed en-
lively oul of the control of the chalr-
mi n.  .1.   Burtt   Morgan,   aud   it   was
only  when  Mr. Cruickshank  appealed
to the audience thai Mr, Morgan coul 1
ire a I earing.    So excited did the
chairman I ei un i th I  he commen :e 1
a tirade of abuse against the au Hence
: ri she 1 for his coat and hat, with
intention of leaving the meeting.
Mr.  Cruickshank  finally  induced   hitn
io remain and for an hour, th   audience
applauded  thai ei i m's   an ilgn-
ment  of the government.
Mr. .Morgan then attempted   o
bu   the in lie i rose in a body a
i    ui e i to leave the   i ill.    At the roll esi   i   Mi   Cruii I topped
ei   their way  to the   lo ..   ��� ' no
I;  expl lino i thai the,\ coul I no
in   to   listen   to   a   man   who  had
.   In mil id  ihem.     Mr.   M  .-
 ade an abjeel a; oh gy, and
i | their  seats.
ie Prcmiei   had  Bni lie I his
,     h, Mr, Crul i ' " '
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i into a tirade, hut was
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Lold to sit down and
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ailed, aud char c ;   I
,    n-iiie  with   n   dell erate   n Instate
. ai   In  the fa f m ' s\ o   i
den e of both Antler  in and  Bod
this being thai  Anderson and  Larson
had engai Btl Mi   Bod\  '11 as solh
He  also    challenged    the    Pi i   lei
Btatemenl   that   the   ;overnmenl   had
granted the i"'1  lo tho G. T.  P.
ren    and  asked 1   ��   much  ei     "
, ���    i be given lo tin  other   lu _ment3
of   a   man   wl  ,   h   I      '   delll   ra _lj
, ;,,i  ,., nil lead  his audience.
The Premier lefi lo catch tin tvn 11
.���, ]   the nndicni ��� re ualned   I i  I
i   BplrltPil  crltl ' '    ; 'all n
.ni, .   .,        ,,, |e islation, n    il aftecl
D.. the rldn    ro    led ��'lth Intei ���- i'i
, , the i .cited i halm
A   g   "    MamS and  BaCOSl      -.       ,    could  be m  convincing
,   | ,.e ralluro Mian the admis
Morgi n   thai   ih_
To  Prevent   Floods.
Olympia,  dan.   30.���The  representatives of the farming interests in King
and  Pierce counties which  are affect-
ed   by   11 1 damages  in  the  White,
Slack, Puyallup, Green and other river valleys, met here yesterday and de
cided that a  bill ought to he framed
i that will permit the formation of an
improvement district to straighten
and otherwise improve the rivers. If
this bill is passed it will permit the
valley farmers tu deepen, widen and
straighten  the  Stuck   and  to pay  ihe
i bill themselves.
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ELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
AND PEA  COAL.
)X COAL AND COKE.
1   . '._>  FORGE COAL.
���     ER   PORTLAND   CE-
MENT.
cell ir iti I Cement is
! I'i' iie.nh all lai e i ontract-
in the Pro\:- e
ROSEBANK  LIME.
Wholesale ent. Retail
DEALERS 11N
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The  Price  of   Disobedience.
An Italian prince linil strictly forbidden one of his daughters to
smoke, hut so great a hold had the
habit obtained over her that she
secretly engaged in the practice at
every opportunity. One day she
I was indulging in a cigarette as she
reclined on a balcony attired in a
dress of the lightest muslin. Suddenly her father appeared on the
scene. In the hurry lo hide the
evidence of her disobedience the
princess placed her hand with the
_mr..iri!_ cigarette behind her back.
The result was startling and tragic.
Iter frock was immediately in a
blaze, and she was fearfully burned
from head to foot, dying after suffering intensely.
Hidden Insects.
Iii each of the following sentom es
tho name of an insect is concealed:
1. Several of the magnates of the
town were present.
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TWEED    and
WORSTED
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In BURNABY ive control exclusively
260 Lots, at $40, $uO and $60 per lot.
How docs that strike you ? In any quantity
and  terms   to   suit yourself.      On car line.
irowing appreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSi. SUCH. A RAPiD INCREASING DEMAND  FOR OUR
.:,!<_ gar
English Watc.im.iker
Tuo   dio s   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watches from $12.75 up
Gentlemen's Silver   Watches,   open
face, J6.C0
Geptl.men's Silver Watches, double
case, 5 7.-0 up
Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman .'.
tic I xpedition,   All wai ranted.
( hams, Rings, Jew< Iry, etc.
Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
'The Farm Land Specialists,"
K &  CO.
New Westminster
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
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ARTHUR MAI   '    ,
A_   HARD MA
1 Plumbing and Contracting
P. O. Box 248
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Telephone 302
ADVERTISE  IN  THE NEWS
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THE DAILY NETO
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Edgar L. Webber as lhe owner in Fee Simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from tho Reeve and
Clerk of Surrey, to Edgar L. Webber,
bearing ihe date 5th day of January.
A.D. 1901, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in lhe
District of New Westminster, in the
Province   of   British   Columbia,  more
���nicularly Known and (.escribed as
Lots l and 2 of Block 10, subdivision
, South East quarter Section 10,
T iwnshlp 1.
You  and  each  of  you  are  require!
��� - contis- the claim of the tax pur-
aser  within   thirty   days   from  the
te of the  brst  publication of this
���   tice, othi rwise 1 shall register Ed-
I   |   _,   ���,'..   :. .-.  as owner  therein' in
And  1   hereby order   thai   pub-
i atfon :.  tice for fifteen days
a   daily   newspaper   published   at
Ni w   Westminster  will  I e   good and
E ifflcienl  -' i fici   thi reof.
DATED at the Lan 1 Registrj Office,
New Westminster, Province of Brit-
I h Columbia, 'his 17th day of Janu-
;....   A.D    1907.
C.  S. KEITH.
District  Registrar.
T . Thorn is   Je fries, Es i.
All pi  ...       served with ibis notice,
! those < laiming through or under
' tern, and all persons claiming any in-
��� esl in the said land by virtue of any
unregiati :. I instrument, and all persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent whose title
is not registered under the
provisions of the "Land Registry Act,"
shall be forever estopped and debarred from setting up any claim to or
in respeel of ihe said land so sold tor
taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register John W. Burr
as the owner in Eee Simple, under a
Tax Sal<' Deed from The Corporation
of the City of New Westminster, lo
John W. Burr, bearing the date 15th
day of June, A.D. 1905, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of
land and premises situate, lying and
beingln the District of New Westminster, in the Province of British Columbia, more particularly known and described as Lots li to 10 inclusive of lot
12, Suburban Block 13, New Westminster City.
You and each of you are required to
contest the claim of the tax purchaser
within forty-live days from the date
ol the first publication of this notice,
otherwise 1 shall register John VV.
Burr, as owner thereof In Eee. And
I further order that publication of this
notice fi r one month in a daily newspaper published :.: New Westminster
v ill be good and sufficienl service
thereof.
DATED al the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 28th day of Her. m
ler. A.D. 1906.
C. 'S. KEITH
Districl Registrar.
To Flora V. ila;:.mill.
All persons served with this notice,
and Hies- clain Ing through or under
them, and all persons claiming any
Interesl In the said land by virtue oi
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interest in the
said land by descent, whose title is
not regis.1 red under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estop] e i and debarre 1 from
setting up any claim to or in respeel
of the said land so s Id fi r ti ses as
! rovide 1 foi ; ; the ' Lan 1 Regh ry
Ai:."
LAND REGISTRY ACT
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He i; erl ' feet ������' 1. d 3 and
Wester] 11 feet of L I, BI 5,
New Westmlnstei i   I
A   ('��� ' i:.i ���   ::. lefeasible   Title
te the above prop rtj will be ia ie
: .'.. William Campbell, Matilda <'.;:,.;'-
)i'l and Eliza - 'ii Campl i .1 on ibis; da> of Fe ii uai ,���. 1907, unless in
the meantime a valid objection tl
to be made to me in writing by a person oi persons claiming uu estate or
interest therein, or iu any part thereof.
C. B. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land  Registry Office,
New Westminster, B. c. Deoember
.4, 1906.
The person or persons having in
their custody or i>osse__ion the following Title Deeds relating to ihe said
property are requested to deliver the
same to the undersigned,
October   IT.   1889,  Augustus Limb'
lent  to   Donald  McGilllvray,   Convey-
nnce in fee of part of Ixits d and 4.
.March 2, 1883, Peter Monetta to Augustus   l.i.n i:   ;.!. Couv ;���: nee  ,,:   ;..,-���
of Lot ::.
BAXTER, McLELLAN &  SAVAGE
A.   OtS  '
337  Hastings  St,  YV. Vancouver. B.C. '
The SPORTING WORLD
The Great Ecker.all'- Retirement.
Walter Eckersall, quarterback and
captain of tbe University of Chicago
football eleven, closed his collegiate
football career recently by making five
field goals for bis team against the
University of Nebraska In tbe final
game of the season. Nine times during
the two halves Eckersall booted the
ball   in  an  attempted  drop  kick  over
WALTElt BCKEBSA--.
tne Nebraskan goal. Three of these
missed, one was blocked, but the other., some at rather difficult angles,
sailed through.
Three of the goals were made iu tbe
first half from the twenty-five, twenty-
seven and twenty yard lines. The two
in the second half, made within a few
minutes of each other, were kicked
from the thirty-five and nineteen yard
lines. When the game was over the
thousands of madly cheering Chicago
students swarmed on the gridiron, and,
borne on the shoulders of two big athletes, Eckersall led a triumphant procession to the gymnasium.
Eckersall is oue of the greatest of
al! quarterbacks, and his loss will be a
severe setback to gridiron affairs at
Chicago university.
Yaiiderbllt   Home*   Won   *_l5,nS0.
William K. Vauderbilt, according to
official statistics which appeared recently, beads the list of winning owners for tills year's tint racing ln
France, ousting Edmond Plane from
the position he has held for many
years. Mr. Vauderbilt has won a total
of $245,080, His three-year-old Main-
tenon heads the winning horses with
prizes valued at $108,135.
This Is the greatest amount ever won
by a single horse in one season in
France, and only one French horse, La-
camargo, ever won during its entire
racing career more than this total.
Lacamargo's entire winnings are
spread over five seasons and amount
to $190,000. Maintenon never appeared as .. two-year-old. and if all goes
well lie may easily pass this record
next year.
Many  Trade* on   Por  Ball  Players,
The Boston American league club is
said to be hot after Jake Stahl, manager of the Washington team the past
two years. Jake is wanted in Boston
to play first base. Connie Mack is just
as anxious to get Jimmy Collins, ex-
manager of Boston, to bold down the
third base. Detroit will doubtless bid
against Boston for a first baseman, and
St. Louis will be hustling for a man to
fill the team's weak spot���third base.
Another trade that Is on the fire and
may go through will result in Elmer
Flick of the Clevelands being let go to
the Detroits for Many Mclntyre. Both
are star outfielders and great batsmen.
The reason for the trade talk in their
cases is that each man is dissatisfied
on the team he is now with.
World-   Record   For   Mile-   Wnlker.
To kneel: ten seconds off n record
that has sto id for twenty-three years
Is a feat credited by English sporting
papers to A. T. Yoemans, amateur.
champion walker of Great Britain,
who recently covered a mile in 6 minutes Hi 0-5 seconds, breaking all amateur and professional records. Tl is
was also Yoemans' first season of note
as a pedestrian, but in each succeeding
contest he showed phenomenal speed.
Tbe former amateur world's record
of ''. minutes 29 3-5 seconds was made
by Fran. P. Murray, Williamsburg A.
��'.. New- _ork, Oct. '.'7, 1883, and the
professional record of G minutes 23
seconds is held by w. Perkins, being
made at Lillle Bridge, England, June.
18T4, '
Compromise T.-n  Yard Ilule.
En-tern football coaches almost
unanimously state that the present
game would be better if the ten yard
rale was confined to the middle section of the field and the five yard rule
of years ago in force within the twenty-five yard lines. This would make
open [day In the lar��est part of the
field and the real rushing game to
���core.
Jack  Monroe.
Jack Munrne Is preparing himself In
Quebec for a campaign tills winter.
He has his eyes on Man in Flart.
If YOU Want a HOME
in New Westminster
or vicinity, consult us
We Mean Business
13-roomed House, with
bath room, pantry, scullery, root house and wood
shed attached; electric
light; hot and cold water.
181 ft. front, 280 ft. deep
(more or less). All kinds of
fruit, 5 walnut trees, all
bearing small fruit. Price
for the whole $5,500;
terms half cash, bal. 7 per
cent. Price of house and
land going with it, $4,000.
Telephonic communication
with house.
2 lots can be bought separately; 50 ft. front, 280
ft. deep, $750 each; good
bearing fruit trees; lane on
back from 3rd Ave. to 4th
Ave.
Orphanage
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House on Brantford St.,
rents $15 per month. Will
sell for $1,500.    Terms
$750 cash, bal. easy.
lots, come
Another   of   Our   Snaps.
320 acres near Cloverdale; one mile  J40; fenced and cleared   on!    51.200
from   school.    40  acres cropped  this 1 Easy terms.    Enquire ace for ful
year. 30 acres slashed, easily cleared.   lei. partiCulars.
Full si/.e 1 lot, So, 12 Third a renm
and 13th i treet, ni rth side.   $300 ���
terms.
17 bus. full sized on 6th street, in
TO  INVESTORS.
S6 acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.
R. running through. $9,460, terms
easy.     Investigate.
Two storey house between Fourth
and Fifth avenue, seven rooms. Rents
for $15.    $1,700.
Six lots, 30x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
Besl prairie land. Frame house, 6
rooms, plastered; large ham, chicken
house, woodshed, etc., etc. Only
$6,400. terms easy.
Snap in Lots.
Three  lots, less 16  feet, corner  of Burnaby,   East   side   100   yards  from
Sixth  street aud Fifth avenue.     Just  Cliff   Can   factory.     Price   $1,020.
$1,000, terms easy. House on Royal and Eighth Btre'.t,
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of two storeys, seven  rooms,  full sized
the city, from $25.00 to $3,000 lot, $2,000.
SO. acres, one mile from Abhotsford, ���    20   acre   blocks,    fruit   lands,   near
10 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit I Junction, $20 per acre
trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
in three equal payments at reasonable
interest.
avenue; size ol
lot. Can l e ':.. .
ii sl le lol $400.    Gi
168 acres, Coquil
e 1,  near  Black']
House and lot, 3
tu ted neai   Q h
.   H ������   It's up to you to step
One hundred and
U   Sec.    15, Towi
from  Fort  Lang ���
No. 1 land.     Price, . C per a.r.. Osl
third cash, balanci on ; ;.:,,>|
interest.
This  is   in  Victoria,  are  you   moving?
I room ci tl ige, ivati r lav tto
! lichen
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1 1-2 acres, between 5tt|
and 6th avenue and li
and 14th Sts.    $500 cash,!
rie, rest brush and some small trees.
150 acres improved  land, buildings  Pric6s. Sectlon 32j $45 per acre; Sec-
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;   Uo_ ^ $6Q pe]. acre; gection 2g> $55
���::   ,.���!.���:��� cultivation.  $15,000.     If   .������,   ^  ^^     Te,epho_e   Rt    Hammond;
Pitt  River Bridge.
One hundred  and  six        :���--. Nil
'���,    Sec. 25, Townsbi _'-, m_|
from      Abhotsford,    cree      runt
through,  50  acres  aide     ottom, i_|
rownship 9, one-half prai-   ,,,   be  $gnn worth  of  timber oaI
I roperty.    Price $10 per acre, '���.f_|
balance on time.
480 acres, Maple Ridge, Seel ions 28,
29 and
can   handle   this, don't   delay;   it's  a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
6-room cottage, 7th Ave.&
6th St., facing 7th Ave.; 2
full sized lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
woodsheds, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees. Price
$1800, half cash, bal. 6 &
12 mos. at 7 per ct.
Furnished house to rent;
10 rooms; close in; $25 per
month.
Or, will sell the house
and 22 ft. on Columbia St.
for $2,600; $1,000 cash,
bal. in two years.
telegraph  station,
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
16o acres, Westminster district, 40
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house IS x 22; frame harn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and constables, three in all, stable S cows and
2 span horses; near .Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand:
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
bouse made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a lifetime, $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at C
per cent.
160 acres good farm land in Delta,
about 3% miles from river, near Scott
road, $12 jier acre; a real good buy.
160 acres, N.E. % section 19, township 10, Langley; small house, 30
acres cleared, timber valued $750.
Price $1,500, one-third cash, balance
at 7 per cent.
House and l1. lots, 5 rooms, price
$1,375, half cash, balance to be arranged at C per cent.; Alice street.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
Does It Pay?
160 acres, 10 ac. cleared,
without a stump in them;
nearly all planted with
fruit trees, apples, pears,
plums, cherries. Small
house; barn and stable30x
56; good well; half-mile
from school. Only $ 10
per ac. and terms easy at
that.
Business Opportunity'
Bakery and Confectio
ery business for sale, A]
splendid opportunity
good man. Shu]!, house]
and stable rents for $25,j
Lease, $700 cash k\
business.
A NEW YEAR'S SPECIAL IN
SAPPERTON
A choice property has
just been placed in our
hands for rapid sale. Read
carefully, and invest; it's
a money maker.
50 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; 17 double
comer lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $125, inside
lots $100. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
LOTS     LOTS     LOTS
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.
Lot No, 10, full size, on Agnes
street, all cleared and fenced, ready
for building; a real good speculation
I'm   $600.    Half lot No.  7. $250.
1G0 acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared;   ham 50 x 30;   stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000'
cash, balance easy.
Between Fifth and Sixth avenues,
near Seventh street, eight rooms, all
modern, stable and chicken house, full
sized lot, two storeys, $1,000 cash,
$2,500.
160 acres in Surrey, o acres cleare 1,
fenced on road side, $1,800, half cash,
balance on time at G per cent., su i-
ject to sale of limber.
07 acres, Hornby Ranch, Nlckomekl,
house cost $2,500 when built, 20 acres
cleared. Price only $3,000, half cash.
balance easy.
SO acres of land near Sutherland's
mill, in Surrey; good house, fi acres
cleared;  only $1,000, easy terms.
House and lot, 50 x 133, back of
brewery, facing Columbia St. Rents
for $24.00 per month. Price $1,200.
half cash, balance In six months.
Vou cannot possibly get a higher percentage for your money than 14 per
cent.
40 acres near Mud Hay, $7 per acre;
see us for fuller particulars.
.-roomed bouse, all modern Improvements, fine location, corner of Fourth
street and Agnes, $5,000, one half
cash, a comfortable home and good
family  residence.
Eight-roomed house , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon streei and
Sixth slreet, two storeys, $3,750.
Ten acres in Lot 463, r_ile eul
of Westminster Junction, \! .-('.!, _|
lly cleared.   $30 per acri
Two  storied   house,  7        ms, ssl|
. sewer   connections,   all
| provements, splendid  loi    ty, 12.
I Terms arranged.
House, corner of I'i; h    renae _
j Sixth slreet,  one  lot,  tv.      I   ���.������
j rooms, $2,500, half cash.
Boarding house, 20 rooi 11 -i'i
slreet,   one   block   from I   ofl I
rents at $Ju per month, i 1
$4,500.
House, eight rooms, oi   3   Gi -I
I street,   corner    Fourth,   $2,500; el ��
! terms.
House, full sized lot, D Kail
street,  Sapperton;   reals : |
month,    Only $1,050.
Just Look!
80 acres in Matsqui Mn-I
nicipality, 4-rooni house,j
chicken house; one ac."
cleared; good well, pur A
water. $1,000. Chance|i
of a lifetime.
House and lot on Nth street. Lot 60x
120, 6 rooms, woodshed chicken house,
$1,050.    Terms  easy.
160 acres, Langley, 25 under cultivation; bouse, barn, sheds, etc. all in
good repair; a snap at $3,000, haif
cash.
Seven-roomed house, Seventh street,
near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
sized lot, $1,600.
00 acres good fruit land in Surrey;
can be bought now for $25 per acre, j
only one-quarter cash needed, balance!
,ln one or two years at 7 per cent.
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME!
Exclusive Sale
5 acres on 6th St., just
off city limits. $1,_00,
easy terms. Fine property for subdivision or
market gardening, chicken
ranch or small fruit farm.
FINE BUNGALOW FOR SALE
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 182
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,500. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
Part of lot 369, joins I���ike Commur,
about 70 acres, only $2.ri per acre.
Half casb.    Jump.
Three full-sized lots, cleared and
fenced, close to car; corner of Fourth
avenue and Third street; a good speculation; five minutes from post office:
$1,800;   easy terms.
House and lot on Agnes street, two
storeys, seven rooms; a real snap at
$2,500.
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
at $10 each.
Five cottages and two lots on First
street, opposite Queen's park. Price
$7,000.
One and a half lots, Sapperton, just
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
$1,200.    Terms to be arranged.
Full sized lot on Regina street, C6x
i coll
1 *-'        1   ��w.�� u  unit    iu mi j _:   uiuw-o i"  ���
lu., Lot 10, Sub. 4 Loi 8, Price $150.    miles from the river, $10 ;
160 acres  in Surrey,  ni i: '
Coulthard's ranch, $7  ; 1 ������        ���    - :
terms;    fruit   lauds;    sic
ticulars.
House, 10 rooms, '.: ���
Pounti avenue and S vi
$2,000.   Terms can be 11
135 acres, one mile
don, ll. 1' . 7o acres in ���-��� ���;
drained  and  fenced;   hou
cosl $2,500; good mad ttloi      ��� ������    *���
price $50 1 er acre, hall 1 a
to suit purchaser at 0 ;
son for selling, the owner
had  health,  and  has  to  .1
climate.
Double tenement hou- . ::" "
eaoh house, water, light, I
between    First   and   Se
Fourth avenue, on north s   '    ''",
$1,500, half cash, balance   i   one 5'el
at 6 per cent,
160 acres, all fenced, rea l> f��r c_
f-Olll
livation,  good   water, ha I
school, at Chiiliwack, $75 per s��re'
64 acres in Pill Meadows, ����'
$35 per acre. One third cash, t"1'11"'
at C pcr cent.
8 and 10 acre blocks In Surrey,"1'
acre.
<y  I'l.vnn.
Cy Flynn, the* Buffalo welterweight,
Is negotiating for a match with T_rrf
MBrtflj at Chelsea, Mass.
IVicQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
i. i!& .{.tUMi iin^'j-A- Uv. FEB.  1.  1907.
THF. T>ATT.T NEWS
PROFESSIONAL
DTESIDE &  EDMONDS, Barns
ters and solicitors. Blackfc Blwl
ibia  Btreet,   New  Westminster
Whiteside, H. L Bdmondft.
| J. P. HAMPTON BOLE, solid
jr of the supreme court Offices
���iiaian   Bank   of  Commerce  build
Columbia  street, opposite post
t,i   New  Wesl minster.    Money to
lAUTlN. WEART & McQTJARRtE
arristers, solicitors, etc.       Of
_.-.     New Westminster, Trapp Blk..
ier   Clarkson  and   Uirne  streets
mver, rooms 21 to .4. 445 Oran
���e s'teet.   J.septa Martin. K. C ..
Weait, W. O. McQ-wria, H. A
line.    Mr. Martin will   be in th;-
linster offices every Friday _|
(noon
lOWAY, REID & BOWKS, Rarrte
ters, solicitors, etc.. 42 Lome
t, opposite Court House. New
:. nster.    A. Whealler,  P.O. Box
i ;ORGE K. MARTIN, Barrister an,'
Solicitor, Guichon block, Colum
i McKenzie streets, New Wesl
liister, B. C.
ERS GRAY. Barrister, Solicitor
Notary Public, in practice since
��� New Westminster, B.C. Of
removed to Curtis Block, Clark-
street, opposite Court House.
Box 169.   Telephone 61.
)AF.D OF TRADE.���New   Westmin
���   Board of Trade meets in tie
������  .- 1 Room, City Hall, as follows
I  Wednesday of each mouth
irtfc/ly meetings on the second
| .     aesday    of     February,    May.
e ist and November, at S p. m
.1 meetings    on    the    second
V.      ���slay    of     February.     New
ers   may   be   proposed   and
(eli    ed at anv monthly or quarterly
etiag.   A. E. Whi'e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
j       N LODGE, NO. 9. A. F. _. A. M
regular    meeting    of    this
i on the First Wednesday in
month, at S o'clock  p. m.. ii
i the   Masonic   Temple.     Solourninf
l.rethren are cordially invited to al
tor.:.       Dr.  W.  A.   DeWolf  Smit!
8<   ���' ary.
_ SOlOMON LODGE, VO. 17, A
F   _  A.  M.���Regular communica
f this lodge are held on tb-
':  Tuesday in e:u"i month  ii
ic Tempie, at 8 |.. m.   Visit
li        ethren are   jordially invitee
:        end.   D. W. Gilchrist. Sec.
Auction Sale of City Lots
H. J. Kerr  has  received instructions   to   Sell by  Public   Auction,   on
THURSDAY.  FEBRUARY  7th. 1907. u 8 P. M.
in the Cunningham Bhck.  next  door to  his   office   on Columbia St., New  Westminster.
SIXTY - FOUR    LOTS
comprising Sub-divisions 1  to 32 inclusive of Block 1, and Sub- divisions 1 to 32 inclusive oi Block 2 oi Loi 13, Suburban Block
12, City oi Now Westminster,
Thi? property has . us1 ieen sul>di> ided and staked especially for this sate; ii is now being slashed
and has not been on the markel before, thus affording a splendid opportunity to acquire ;i valuable location first hand.
These lots are situated fronting on Tenth Aw\. one Mock from the lnterurbati oar lino, and two
blocks from tho City car line, and occupy one of the finest residential sites in tho city.
Every lot is high and dry and affords an unparalled view of the distant mountains and F-mser
River delta.
Size of lots:  Inside lots 130 foot by 49 1-2 foot:  corner lots 99 by 06 foot.
Terms: One-quarter cash,. 1-4 in 6, 1-1 in 12, and 1-1 in IS months, with V per cenl interest
The advisability ol investing io New Westminster property is an undisputed fact; Now Westminster as an industrial center is commanding notice from the whole Pacific coast; Real V.siate buys are mu-c
money-makers. This is your chance. Come and make your own prices, no reserve. A chance for cvrnhoth, Remember
the easy terms.
Remember   the  place   and di'.r    Cunningham   Block.   Columbia   Street.
Thursday,   February   Tth,   1907.
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE
AUCTIONEER
NOTARY PUBLIC
Wi J- iVtRff
P. O. Box 377 Phone 170 New Westminster, B. C.
10YAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY, N0.4V.
K.    of    I ,    meets    fourth
of    each     month,    at     S
���   .   ia   Orange   hull,   corner   ol
venue and  7th Btreet.     S>>
Ding Sir  Knights   cordially   in
������ 1 io attend.    W. E. Dunlop, W
J. Hood. Reg.
|LCm'*l  ORANGE  LODGE,   NO.   115C
���  s  in  Orange  hall   li.-sl   and
: Friday in each month at S p,
...    Yisiung brethren are cordially
U (3 io attend.     W. Pope, W. t&���
s Humphrey, Rec.-Seo,
lhe Royal Bank of Canada ^\j^\
N'W WIS!
H
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insures absolute security  to deposlto m,   START Now fo save your money
.n.l you wil; never regrci  ii     People .In harder things every day and have
nothing i" show for it
ONE DOLLAR opens an account, l'ui li In your pocket, ll would nrob
a.Ij be nothing, imi ONE DOLLAR deposited every weeli with us will i"
ten years amount lo $604.50.    THINK   THIS  OVER.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   0   O'CLOCK.
orsr INK.Ml  ONI V
FRIDAY, 1st Feb.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
Th" Nr.. i Falling Delight
VV. I
C. O. F.���AMITY   LODGE.  No. 27���
" regular meetings of ihis lodge
aie held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum-
street, every  Monday  evening,!
8 .''clock.   Visiting brethren cor |
Invited io attend.  A. P. Halla |
. N.G.; w. c. Coatham, Rec. See !
NEW   WESTMIN. I _K   WHAMCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
i.m mink \n. CAR< Rl IRS, ATI.IN,
Willi I'    HORSE,   DAWSON   and
11 MRU VNKS    Dally trains (efccepl
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,
NANKI VII I I 'S " '"' ;   ""'    .ih   l.>n.,;,.t   wi)i,
jlageB :ii I afcross and Wnite Horse,
,n ilntalnlng :| llirougli wltilei Bel \ li e
i .,i infoi ei itlon apply i"
i   ii   Rod RS, Traffic Manager
Vim "iivpr,  11.  C.
ENORMOUS TRIUMPH
HUMAN HEARTS
Canadian Bank of Commerce
>. O.  U. W.���FRASEPi  LOCGE  No. 3
Meetings the flrsl and third Tuea
in     each     month.        Visil inr
������ii cordially Invited to ntfc nd
6 m. ,in, A. O.  1'. W. lull. Odd
���   Mod;, Clarkson street,  C
S. Corrigan, recorder;   Louis Win
er workman.
OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE    No
SONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.-
tted Rose Degree meets Second and
I' '    :i Wednesday of eai li monl h
, of P. Hall,' Columbia si., al
8 p. m., While r. ise i i igroe, Foui Hi
i esday in eai h month, sunn'
���   ind place,   Visiting Brethren
dl> Invited, B, I'.. Stlm ll
'"���    be, Pn .-., ll. Disney, Sec'rotnry
COURT BRUNETTE,  Mo. 1099, 1.0.F.
���'    its  Ui.-   Fourth   Kridav   In   thi
"������  ai   8 o'clock,  in  lh"  small
,;    .  Od Ifellowi ���   i lock.     Visiting
'��� 'en are i ordiallv Invited to nl
'": d.   J.  1'.  Rushti ii. c.  R.;   K.  I'
Maxwell, R, S.
Paid-;;p Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
B, E,  WALKER, General Manager.        ALEX, LAIRD, Assl  Oen'l Managei
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BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA ANO IN THE
UNITED STATES  AND  ENGLAND.
.   -. 'i'i: \:
IE BANKING
Every facility afforded   -:        '.  '      " -    I   ������''' '���    s
cashed  or taken  fcr collection.
BANKING   B.   MA
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NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager
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COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No.    ���
A. o. F.���The regular meeting
l:     Lodge are held cm the :
and Fourth Tuesdays of each mom
��� ' '��� P. m, In lhe Oddfellowi' Hi
' ��� ll-ing  Brethren  are cordials   n
J'Red in attend,   i:. n. Firth, C. 11
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ank of Montreal
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CAPITAL (ALL pal I  up)   	
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Rt,  Hon, Lord Strathcona an l   M
li,,n.   Kir  0.   A.   Drummond,  ,
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General  Manager
J R. ). SPROTT. B. A��� Principal I 9
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B. C. Land ��
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Surveyor
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BLACKSMITHING.
Ha.    i bought out ihe Blacksmith-j
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;>riON, LORD OF THE ISLE
������ ]91.���Meets on the Pii  I
i  ���   o   ever;   i lonth  ���;.
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m Canada in London, Ping.. Mew   tag b_.fn.sa of R. Tl. Benson, i will
'"L  ���_ correspondent, in all parts of the   be pleased to ,ee all his old enntom-
rul ers, as -.veil as new ones.    Horsf.shce-
log a specialty.
H. M. KNUT80N,
Eighth   Street.
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A little later he
encountered a peasant leading a
horsto with a load of turf. The
horse had a blazed face.
"What a vvhito Eai e your horse
has, my man! '    id the Englishman
^ Fraser River Tannery j ^^^S^ih. irishman.
! "vo\tr own will be as white when it
PAYS TH!" HIGHEST Yas been as long in the halter."���
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Public Supply Stores     W_P
DON'T LOOK
at this "adv.." UNLESS you want to buy the
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN.
Two lots, lovely garden, magnificent situation.
Price $2,050
Terms 1-3 cash, balance any old time.
This will be worth $3,000 in April.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Second Hand Junk Store
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Highest Prices Paid fcr STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all des :riptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Apply by mail,
or by
'Phone No. 214
Between  Columbia  and
Fraser River Hotel
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL -
Matter intended for this column should lie ad-
dressed, "Social Editor, Daily News, P. O.
Uox 402, New Westminster,"	
The Bridge Club met at  Mrs G. D. |
Brymner's yesterday.
Mr. J. Stlllwell Clute^went to Victoria yesterday lo visit friends.
While in New Westminster on Wed- j
nesday  evening.   W.   W.   B,  Mclnnes
v/as ihe K��est of his cousins, Mr, anil
Mrs. J,  Loftus Mclnnes.
('. B. Sword, inspector of fisheries,
is over in  Nanalmo on business con- j
iK'cteil with his department,
.Mrs.   Fliinmierfell   was   entertained
in honor of her birthday at the home
of   her    daughter,   Mrs.   P,   Uushton, '
3rd avenue, on Wednesday.     Quite a
number  of guesls  assembled   at   Mrs
Rusbton' s house and a very pleasant !
evening was spent.    Mrs Plummerfelt
was kept quite in lhe dark as to what I
was coming and was the recipient  of
a  number of verv  useful  presents.
Robert Jardine left yesierday on a
political visil to Harrison River. He
expected to address ii gathering there
last nighl.
Capt, Short was a passenger to
Hope yesterday afternoon. Capt. I
Shorl is a well known person in ihe
province, as the flrsl man to navigate
a steamer on Okanagan Lake, and operate a steamship company there. He
stayed wiiii the proposition until the
C. P. R. came along and sidetracked J
him by pulling in a service of their
own.
W. T. Cooksley left yesierday afternoon for Ha'rrison River.
.1. D. li. Thompson, assistant bookkeeper for Gilley Bros., is laid up with
la grippe. The secreatry treasurer
of the company, F. P, Maxwell, has
heen ill for nearly a week, and is now
improving in health.
ASBESTOS
A HOT IRON
SIL ANOTHER CHAW
To Buy Ladies' Winter
JACKETS for $1.50 each
We wish to clear out every coat in  the  lot.     There are about
25 coats at this price, and for the balance of the week they �����.  i
$1.50  Each
this low figure���
All sizes left to select from.
A Cold Handle
See that Hood?
It is lined with Asbestos,
prevents radiation of heat.
The handle is attached to
the hood, and thus kept
cool.
THE CORE IS SOLID.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
A big sale of REMNANTS for
the balance of the week
Stocktaking has brought  to the light hundreds oi Remnanu i
Flannelette, Prim Dress Goods, Cottons,   Damasks,   .\i . ,-;..
hams.   Ribbons,   Embroideries, Silks,  etc.    We   will  clea    them
mil   ibis  week  al   reductions  from  L'u lo .",11  per cenl. li       h&tin
!,������ prices.     He mi hand  early for  Ihe choicest  bargain
. S. Collisler & Co.
247 Columbia Slreet. New Westminster
MAKE   YOUR
TOILET
SoapS
Prices
25c per doz.
to $1 a cake
EYES   TESTED    FREE
HINTS  FOR FARMERS
Mouse   For tin*  1Mb.
The pi.: needs a house, the same as
tiie dairy cow or the horse needs a
barn. If he is not provided with n
house be rarely pays for the feed the
farmer puts into blm. If a house is
provided that can be shut up when the
! weather is extremely cold and Inclement ami opened when the weather la
: warm and settled the pig can be kept
growing even  during  the  most  severe
, nl'   the   winter   months.     The   house
i should he made of lumber, with a good
floor, and so arranged that it can lie
opened to ihe south to admit air ami
sunlight. A shed made of straw will
not answer the purpose. It may be
made warm enough, but it cannot be
properly ventilated. Sunlight cannot
be admitted, and then, above all, it
.���annul In- disinfected properly. It must
have a floor. If the hog is expected to
bunk upon the ground he is sure to
I'outrnet rheumatism.   He needs a lied
Revised   List
Of bookings at ihe Opera House for
February.
Tonight���Human Hearts.
Feb. 11��� Nettie,  the  Xews Girl.
Feb. 15��� Un^le Tom's Cabin.
Feb. I'd���The  Fast  Mail.
Feb. 2S���The English Concert Company.
lu more profit than two poor ones.
Usually the poor ones are kept nt a
loss.
The best fleece will ever be the mark
of the best sheep, provided of course
that it has a good thrifty form.
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
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same
Jceiiii.
lund during the winter, the
his   master.���Chicago   Inter
Two  I.itt��TN  (l   Year,
Secretary Mcl'adden of the American
Poland-China Record association in n
recent interview in the Drovers' Journal gave his views on two litters a
year of pigs.   He said:
The question of two litters a year Is
a much discussed one. From my own
experience as a breeder 1 am heartily
In favor of two litters. Of course, to
be successful in raising fall farrowed
pigs it is necessary to have the proper
shelter and care during tbe winter
months. I'nless well cared for fall
pigs will get scurvy and stunted in
growth and never will be any good.
HENS LAY
WhileEggs are High
BY USING
STURTEVANT'S
Egg    FOOd    and
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
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DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
New Westminster
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Well, announce it in
The
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and the gratified loser
will quickly be communicating with you.
THE  PAPER THAT
BRINGS   RESULTS.
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PAYS THE HIGHEST.
PRBCE   POR    HIDES.'
Tin- I.k  IliiiiiiK lieu.
li is claimed by some poultry raisers
that au abundance of grit and green
cul bone will break the hen off the cgc
j eating habit. One poultryman in particular advises the liberal  feeding of
; grit and green cut bone for a few days.
���' When the lien shows signs of not caring for the feed, then put a little cp-
som sails in the drinking water for
three or four days, and you will have
the bnbit corrected, .lust enough salts
should be given to make tbe water
taste. The grit and green bone tend
to balance tbe ration usually fed this
lime Of year, while the sails purge the
digestive organs, tending to promote
health, nnd thus the desire for eggs Is
removed, Charcoal should also be liberally fed and above all a variety of
feed, ii Is a craving Par something the
hen il les not receive that causes her to
eat erg::. If a variety is given her thi-'
craving is overcome and the habit broken up.
Whal TnuerenlJn la,
Tuberculin is the result of many experiments to obtain a curative antitoxin, or serum, for tuberculosis. It Is
.���i pro luet of the growth of the tubercle
organism in artificial cultures, but it Is
a perfectly harmless product when
properly used, Ii will neither cure
nor cause the disease to spread In an
affected animal; neither will it injure
a healthy one In any way. In skilled
hands it is almost infallible, and with
ordinary judgment the errors are only
a few per cent. In Pennsylvania 4,000
animals that had given characteristic
reactions were slaughtered and examined, and the presence of the disease
was demonstrated In all but eight-
Farming.
Sheep   Viirs.
Ventilation should be provided, but
direct drafts avoided.
Medium sized sheep usually have the
best and heaviest fleeces.
To give best results not over fifty
members of mutton sheep should bo
penned together.
All flocks should be graded according to age. size and condition as far
aj is practicable.
One cood sheep will  usunllv   bring
Corn  Sllnge Vermis  Illne Ci-iinn.
An acre of good blue grass pasture
produces in one year about one and a
half tons of feed. An acre of corn produces from three to five tons of dry
feed or from ten to fifteen tons of
silage. One aero of reasonably good
corn put Into the silo will feed three
'head of stock all winter. Corn silage
:ls a better beef and a better milk maker than blue grass.���B. M. Washburn,
Btute l)airv Commissioner of Missouri.
COVFN   .Need   FreNll   Air.
Do not keep the cows too closely confined this winter. Let them become accustomed io remaining out every day
that Is not stormy. Unless ventilation
ami sanitation be perfect, confining
cows all the time weakens their constitutions, aud their health is liable to be
damaged. Cows in this condition are
also much more liable to disease by Infection, such as tuberculosis. ��� Farm
Journal.
Coek ( rovrem���An  Extinct Trade.
"Cock crowers in the past got good
pay," said an antiquary, "but theirs is
an extinct business now. Cock crowers were employed by the rich in their
town houses to crow the hour, They
crowed only the rising hour for the
most part, but during Lent they crowed everything- even the halves and
quarters all night long. It was a kind
of penance. Th 'se men were trained
from childhood to crow, Sometimes in
their childhood an operation was performed ou their throats to give them
a more cocklike delivery. An ancestor
of mine on the maternal side was a
famous cock crower in his day."���London Graphic.
Wheal ns n Dairy Feed-
While wl.eat Is excellent to make
cows give i large mess of milk, care
should be taken not to feed to excess,
ns the cream will rise slowly and will
be hard to churn, and the butter will
be pale rather than a golden yellow.
Fed In connection with cornmeal It
can always be used In the butter dairy
to an advantage.
Rubbers
,-re the most satisfactory brar.J for
both dealer and wearer in this province.
They possess all the good qualities
of material, style, fit, finish and durability characteristic of the best Rubbers, and are more serviceable under
Weste.n climatic conditions.
Ask  your dealer for
Maple Leaf
Rubbe
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SELLING AGENTS
Vancouver, B. C.
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Sole Apt in New Westminster, W. E. SINCLAIR
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Hotter Kih.'iilluls.
In making the best quality of flutter
for market there are five essentials���
uniformity in color, in texture, in salting, in packing and In leaving no water in tin' butter.
E endeavor to give satisfaction
to our customers; we think we
have, as our business has grown
rapidly during the past year.
If you are not dealing with
us, we would be pleased to have
you give us a trial.
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WANTED TO RENT
Completely Furnished Modern
Dwelling, in central location.
F.J.HART & CO.
The CITY GROCERY
ADAMS & DEANS
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MILL
The Schaake Machine Works,*
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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