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 vol-1
'Ml
NUMBER 59
M -W   WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY  MORNING, MARCH
I
!<,,!������ ��������	
11. 1907,
10 CENTS PER \\ 1 IN
^^rC/^n��fnnr   B0SS m NOW BEAD BODY FOUND ���"'*g */c/fre
/>/UAG�� AND LOOT AB0VE THE BRIDGE
stranded ship   A "KloUNtK      IN KAVJNt
ARE MAINTAINED
tloorish Pirates Attack Steamer Craighall While Aground ''                        Guard at j Indicate   s Point to Suicide
Off Coast and Remain in  Possession     ' Vessel For Fashionable  H  tei  J ikes        John    Bromstead   Found
Three Days   A^med Men Intimidate       w and Steal With HJs Keepers   i           Saturday    With   Throat
-       ci-    1  .        n.   -.-   I     r>       . Rl           n!ir    .!'-,!,>���,.    ll-.-,,,.,             I',,,    !.���..,���   l.\���,  4.,   1.',,,,
Everything in Sight    British Cruiser        cues Captives.
l:'    "���   . *       Cul From Ear to Eai
The Minister of Marine and Fisheries Announces His
Decision --- Gulf Fishermen Can No Longer Cant
Their Nets Fast of the Fraser River Bridge���A
Better   Patrol   is   Promised.
lv
Show lng bul       ��� -- ��� , **
m !  tunnel, ns ��� ��� %*
.   pirates, th*     r" .f
.    ���   .  Wesl Scol ��
In   Nevs    York   to-
ran  aground of) helping: 1 . ,
three days! . imi.   Tin
. ���  the buccan* ers them
reef * lose und* ..-...��� nlv chai
aid Chief Offi . i   ���
r, ,-h* ������   a   dozen   long, to get 1
il   from   the   shore.        Thi
i armed  mi n.    In a ��.   ed the engln*
i  . ere   i longslde     th* hone of sl       isr the vi sssei
jamshi ' '..,  hundred     arme 1 ; reef.    ��� ,���   ��,   were * losi
L i    ....  the sides of otn fi   m thi In ai i saw
SHERIFF is SUSPECTED RAZOR NTEAR AT  HAND
���       That   O'Neil am  Cor- Deceased   Had  Been   ' -.ting  Strangely
r Walsh Had Knowledge of r\. Sc ne   Timi         ft   H eland's
i   Whereabouts   When   T:iey Camp I               <day Morn-
the Contn Inquest  To Day.
���  ���                  March 9     ' ��� ��� .      he.) oat     al i              as
      n ��� ���            thi     '                ���
ior \Y. .1. 1           tvhi'.i i the throa ear I
I   charges ' ei                  ly *      lohn  1          lead, a
 n                     ni       an N      ���            was   round   on   Satu
'      -��� ; "��������� <-*h     c< un i . to. li ���    .     ,     ,   .John SI]      11, who was
el* ase  him   from   cu   od;
.      .   ' '- un lnsianl  ' *���>�� " '    """   lronl   ' '   '"'               la ;   v ,  thl   wood
ew ol   thirty-two   men   hundri I lining down tl      ��� lifted  pi   lical remain*
. The bodj had been lyln,   In Ihe ravii
I   i ms out in  their boats !
I iVi   .-ere nol      mi I.  bul   Captain an I at tl ���;...,   ,   . ������. .   ,   hoi   St.    1                Hi             ���,.       eceived
I '   ;,i"l  demand- fire  with  theii rifles.    In   ihi   mean    friends, i                        with h,i
:,  \l ap] eared to be th* time thosi ere on tin           . ���      i                                             ewsiiaji*
ef '���'��� I    The chieftain, theii     .   . ,.     ,  .  .       , ,, ,,    nen,
���rough a ��� ter, Baid that God
M senl ��� amship on the rocks,
Frai ��� .
i.    cor] us In the 1
The bod} ha I been 1; Ini   mi Ihe mu in
ere it v      found ome houi s,
and all   Indii a lon    i ��� Ini   to  the  un-
lan In * Ini   i ommitted nut
t id I'hi    police  w ere   Immediately
lifted   and upon Invi stigation being
i senl         teamship on the rocks, Vn l���        at,     ,   British   torped ,      .       ,         ,.   ; ,., . .. ,,,,',
a gift i      i   Moors for their devo boa. rived.   The  Moi                 des-; Sta, , behalf i    Ilu, "            " '     '  '''"'    t&ZOt    wa
i    m           thai  the}   Intended re . ���    I, .            i0     ad all  our  provl    rin ........   led, and thi "������������""'   '���"'���""   body, while in on
rgo  and    taking    the nto th,       oat,     ef,   e the tor- mad,     em nable   Monday. ' ets the razor eas,  wa
kim       itivity as slaves edo               rived  and succeeded   In   Ba ked  foi   Ruel   ol    Judge ��������� I'rom the position of th
'"'"���'    ,:!!      ']'"'v    and    1)" ���''"���'���     i      ���   with   a   good    deal ol   Dunne, but the jurist refuse,!    i ti   * would a]   eai   that the unfoi
p nverran ll"' vessel.   While we stnfl Th,   British cruisei   Amethvst, j u      I ������   iter until   Mondav     Mean ,                   ,    ,                         ,
l u. in.,,,, ,   ,i���,i,   .Mu.,,,.,-.    .,,,.,1, ,,,,;.,   man had si  oped over the nil
 ���  ������      ��� ���"   "���������-'��� ,""-, i   AiunujM, | ii                 m<     unui   Monuay,     uean
'���   '              aged   Moor  appeared vhii          Ived shortly after, and  thi    while  Ruef mu       rmain u  prisoner.
:                 is    to  lei  him  semi a torpi              senl a swarm of sailors      Perjurj   Is   the   charg,     thai     thi
itive   messenger   to   Ceuta aboard   and  the  Moors   wen-   driven   grand  j  rj      nv,                   ar,     now
t      ���',��� I    .     , M ".,���-. 1 ,.. ,.      f.,r      ..i.i *        ...1  .     . ...     ...
GI  raltar   for  aid.    A   ashor*
trlvi usten on Sherifl   iTiomas
I'   O'Neil,   Attoi ii- j     Samuel    Shoi I
,   n an had si  oped over the run-
wati      li II eratelj i ul his Hnnm
. n ba, k*  i iis to die, the
ping  from    his    nerveless
q ground      The body  wns
in lav a, March 9 	
111!      1 I \l-W s I I'll,    	
Mini   ���     ol   Ma Im   and   Fii h* ! i
ihai   Ihi   cl   i    Linn      wvi   ihi    \. ������
Wl   ',,,;.. .....    gha
...     ai      hat tin i    i
 nflne I ti I
ol  ihi   '"i Idgc and i i  thi
\n , ii:,,'i nn in ii ��� lo net -    Be
lei pal rol has bei n pronil ed, an
in ��  ha   In      ul Ba   an i at leari
i n the  I'pper Fi asei.
, il lawa, March 9. An agre* nun
has been reai In .1 bj the Minister ol
Mai Ine   and   Fisheries,   after   hearing
the     ��� ��� nting   I he    i an
ners and I In   fishei nn n on the F
river   res] ecting   the   regulations    oi
hing   during the \Mi"s    13?I7      n
1<>08,
The weekly close lime ahove ,h<
\, w Westminster bridge will be ex
lended lo 4s hours or from 6 a.m. Hut
nrdaj fo 6 a m Mondaj. Licenses tc
lish above Westmlnstei' bridge will be
Eivcn nni\ to those persona who are
actual bona fide residents in N'ew
Westminstei cit 5 and above the
in illy,-. The Bame flBhermen to havi
the privilege of fishing below the
' i.i",- also Traps are to be effect-
uallj closed during the rinse time and
the minimum fine for infractions of
trap regulations will be * 2 r.0.
The    construction    of   three    n iw
. ne   f* 1     Nechaco    1 Ivei
on*   for Sunn 1    aki    I   ise
 ������ nn  Bablne lake 1 n the
Skeena   war agreed to,
Tin     ���   1     me in  the gulf will
        I 11 ��������� v* i be
ni   1 '��� if	
t-   , Ithei   Ihe Bize of    mesh   oi   the
01 depth oi tin   m I
1   ���  export ol fresh salmon foi 1 an
r n.   pm poses ��HI  be total)}   1   1 hib
ii. d
The an ingem* nl   Is  a  com]
i etwe* n  the cannei a and  th*   I   h*
men, and is understood to appl}  onl}
to die two nexl li'-hiiiL; Beasons
Minister to resign.
Unofficially   Announced   That   Hen   L.
P.   Biodeur   Will    Retire.
Ottawa, March 10 Hon. I. P
Brodeur, minister ol marine and fisheries, will reBign his portfolio In the
cabinet ol Sii Wilfrid Laurier, and
will go on to the bench of tiie Bu
preme Couri  of Canada.
\m ofllclal announcemenl has ^''|
been  made.     Hen.  Mr. Brodeui   will
i he su* c Ii 1. it Is Btated, ns mini sti 1
of marine and fisheries, b} Hon. *!
11 Murray, thi Liberal Premier of
Nova Scnila.
IIS SYNDICATE LIQUOR LICENSE
HAS OPPOSITION STILL HEMS ;,;:
*-  .  sion of the inquisitorial   iod;
ttgat.on   of    Farmers    Wait    Upon   Bill   Introduced   to   Repeal   Act   Does been employed  a    a  cook   In  Borne ol
. in ���  in   which   M*   till   Orl    Rin '
ent to Protest  Against Not  Exernot  Whiskey or ������ | the rl  ���      steamel       and     was    n   11
Cigars. ,
.  I   1 rew 0 f   b c
Coroner Walsh and other wil .  ., ,    :,,    Murchie's undertaking
room . win  ���   an Inquest will be held
i, .!,i>  in the preseni 1   1 I Captain I'ii
coi	
.   1   .... used  had  foi man    years
-      'J   Schenie.
��� 1 w 11 ale. ig the �� atei  '��� ront,    Ijatel)
���. 'i   emplo}, d   ni   1 HelatuVi
|, a\ in    thei " eai 1}   01
if Ruef Friday  nighl Detect ivi
10,   -A delegation of.       Vict   ria    March   10    Tin      govern-     , ,    .,.        ,, ....      .        r nn   nin U"   lived   on   Lh
.
Sumas waited      ��� ���    has introduced   1 bill which will    j   .     ,       ,,        ,;   ���   ,     ,.,.,    sheriff
yi sterday morn-   . . .   ���    assed two yea     ago,      -.        ,, . ;    , find n
��� losition made bj _    1  fei    1     onnnerclal ' - ';i!   "���',
1 Samuel Hill, ol      . .    ,  -  ent, ring  tin   province to do   " covo1    ''       l,tl
.1   t,   ..       .  .   , ���..     ,      1. ���. .
IV       for the     11 po c *     d* ���
rhe on    exception will be
, 1   nol   the  1
Irummei       1   liquors and cigars       .,      ,        ,,,,,   knowlei,ge    ,,,    m,
.   ��� license fe*   of $200 a year whereabouts  of Ruef  that   the nn ��� !
. n   business   In   the  province, lng  ;" la}   was  held
ue  aiming al   divei t-   Thi     epeal of fhe acl placing a  tnx
ild rivet  iu the1 , ,     .    travellers  will  glv, D" '"ll1  Dama
\n           mp      110,000
I) ' isands of acres      ��� j
bead,   looking   to   re
itnas lake      :'.���:,:���.
���-    to   have     his
;    Is an e
\ . li       :i '    ,111.1,  being In  !'' m;in
with hi ter, Mi     .lal	
, who resides a 0    ������'���'" e,   He
foi ly yeni :   and ha I
. 1 n .,, .'n".    1:aui ��� :    ': 1    ome lime.
Since li n Ing 1 amp nn 1   Id      lie li 1 1
een Been, and II i   sui nil ied lh it
warn 'd  In  the woods  until  the
I, veil ivhen In  endi ��� hi    In   - ��Uh
.
\  bi an li of Iho bod} fei
���    islmw n    lit* I In tin     mi ��������� (I 10
er watch being I mu 1 in ihe
I '        :"        '"    ""     ":"        ' , ���,        M.
Hilland bie as    ,in .    ..: ,     . , ,.  ,0 ,,0  business  In  e ,       . , '':     ' "������'"��� ' "'"',    !';	
me pun hnBed  al    Todd's    music
' ' Lhat Mvu ���    " ���'"'(|" ''���'���    nrma    ,M " '      '        lore  furnished   the  fl   I   clu h
a'   ' 1  ���'"��� areas   ai     Easl    n  Canada  to have the acl  dls ,; Pollls.adnil.il '���,...      : ,, .��� ,        ,,,���  ,������������������.
���������     '>"klnS   '���������'" ed  at   Otl  wa,  bul   withonl   sue-        ., ���, ��� , mi;, v h<i  ,aB)   ,:;|u. (hp
ers  who wait-    css     ,,,..   epeaJ of ll    0 fai  11   gen
nl    ul   In
I (tun     1'": i       wi
mplo} ed
eased   ill ve- will   itti nd 1 he Inqu* 1'
'     '"'������ ���'"  efore :':"      Incksmlth'!   helper In Ihe �� 1 morning and ma*  |ioult)ly throw
munger   me   re-        es these fl II  also will allow      .���.   .    ���,   death   111     lleged   iwlu . (]     M motive which mn.i
'   their area and n   Vn erican    111*     lo  do  busi      , lothing be            ight by a   j(.n      ; ,     |( .   ,,.   Bromstead to 1 nil
em  to lay sa.v   the   ,
ill   en langei   the   re-
I
of   other   eon, Itlng oul a license ex
1 ���> 1 inn, in   has decid-   ,.     ��� ,��� the     le il li 11101 ��� an i rig 11
BIG   BASEBALL   DEAL.
"js  Cor.fla-jration.
1   :       The  town of   Vancouver   Club   Lease";   Recreation
.'   ol  a $-
!   1   1 ne   line v
Park   for  $26,000.
n  ,,    hn Tl   *     1 li   1
11  i|,        1        He   wiih   pulled
    rl    h he wil :
ne of 1 he       Idenf, an I
1    .   .;n ���   il 11
��� ���   in            from    i'ii   ' lied  on
,,���,!���     1      The   illeged   I iblllt)   ol
rorth In lln
��� ,.           ! be    di  1 11 I
resident 1
.   .
 i      'i    il   lln M    n ni        ���   ���
I   \v||
have    ri
bu dnvs
Mnrch  10     Tin   Id H i   '
n       m n      llh   '!:i al
��� Ing       ��� i '
,      Club decided,  nl      , .,   - |
... I      I    :  ��� | :      ��� .. i .,1    |      1 ��� |    ��� ;
���       grounds  , mm   dl* I j dn        lei led   *
.,!������',:���������:' mpnn , i    ife   - -
pern '   '
Redui rd   R?tes.
���   ,   i .    \    ,1    Man I,   i"     Vriei
errltorlnl  1 ,e
Hon��p I        light 1      ��� '
tenl   rail
���     I
an I
1 || ���-,.,!
u  ���   1   Hn        I'he hill mnj  b*   1
��� Mondii     ;    I In       ilnoi It}
1 th,    trpiiRlh     It I     ild llm
��� i 1 .   man       I     111 Ihi   bill
II   rem hi .   hlm
TEN Illll UR CLERK MINIM. Mil IIUNAIKE
BETS EAST MO^EY        BELITTLES MEXICANS
Palsc Vouchers  Enable  Rudolph Gartl     Don Alvardo Offers to  Maintain  Reu
ner to  Give "Girl   in   the
Pie"   Dinners.
ment.   But   Dislikes   Nntive
Officers.
;!!   their per                  hich 1        ":''
���    :'                 pro           . mc* .       Baseb   I    luh, nnd   hi
an   i] pei    tore ialnln        1    :l  !"'   i,:iir|
Now Orleans, Ln., March 10.   mi a ;
salai y  of *l*' a   week   Rudolph   Finl*
Qai n* 1.  n  clei li   In  Ihe Botithei n   Pa \
1 lflc  offices here,  manage 1   lo obtain
|G0,000   ,,f   the   company's   funds  by
means of an Int 1 icnte bj -:   rnls,
vou* hers for supplies.
Garner, who In soclel y poi ed na 1
ii, in '. E, Stewnit, has squandered
this I'm tune In a month, one dinner
In the resti Icted llstrlcl cosl Ing him 1
1 l.noo 1 le deBei led a young wife and
Is believed to have none lo Honduras.
\ 1 ace hoi se purchades with Ihg sm.
len mon* 1 i; lhe onlv assel The
Southern Pacific railroad loda} li
��� ,1 nil the money lhal  is siiii mi de
m  in local banlis in 1 he name of j
Harner, amounting to only $200,
SM wart's dlnnei s In the 1 esti Icted
llslrlcl weri r* gulai Seel* " nnd
i;irl iu lhe pie" affairs. He wn
host nl th* fi ' Ive - tenl ma lis pin
red 1 ��� ". ' 111* in on a pai vith I h
; , i, ,, i,;, in ���: iii ihe m ,;ter of
enslvi    ��� 11   ���   enl      It cost Garnei
hin      fki    '   000      Bul    '   1	
, .,       nisnndi not In
1 rn hern V
oil II 1 ' ��� lai ni
In*      In   1 he   manl :iIon   of
��� 1 itdulent   pa 1    otti!" 1
Ai  thli    ���  Until 1   Stewarl  1
ented a inn nlfli 1 nl dl imond sun
hin 1 lo 11"' gin 1 of luinoi 'I hi
In Ullanl |i tv* 1 cosl Bte va. I ) !,00n
L    . Injuries as ti  in en h tomoi 1 miium
k" ho pi a rhe R* 1  ��� ition Pai kg
L Bre posed to    Retired  two    eai    ago fi om   the  '
1     ' ������ ��� '��� iloeion of .' coal oil p.  i;.  bj  n  1 omp in    In  which   ' ���
Lo"'t in the Fog.
1 1   10.���Adrl
up
mlnent, Vie isn   C   M   M ;'     '���   "
H.   Armstrong,   .1    A.   Fnllerton
, ihei       The I*       foi   15
rteen 1      vhlch     '���    ' '      ���''
���.,,,���   i ���    no v ent In im
BURIED BENEATH ROCKS
ni
Bessemi Vi, Mich., March l<>.   Muriel alive beneath thousands of tons of rock, 800 feel in the |
bowels of the earth, Mill*- Dalerio, b miner, lies J
staring death in the nice while rescuers are working |
to wive him, and hundreds stand helpless about,
hoping againsi hope for the life of ihe entombed
man.     Tappings on a steam pipe  indicate  that .���.
Dalerio is still alive, but unless sustenance can be::
to       he may die of starvation^
i-in occurred at the" fronton mine. Min-/
inc.- ��� iers say that it will take several days at |
the 1," r- to reach the buried man.
���  V'ei ,.   ��� ,
���. _._	
' ' ' Jolts Jar Jamaica.
.���   with       ,   .,    ��� imalca      March     i"
' ���  I Mi       .:, ,   .' n ������   Vf* ...
been h*
:   ���  '
.
DIES   IN   VICTORIA.
Claud  lathis Bucoumfc9 to ah Attack
nf Typhoid Fever.
Claude W. Jngers, purser of the
sh niner Transfer, die I on Saturday
n o ning In Victoria, where he had
1 ��� ��� n ailing with un attack of typhoid
iv tor some time. The funeral
.'���i i in!.-' place in that city on Tues-
afternoon, The deceased was
24 years of use. and a general
favorite, not only with his fellow emit) oqs, but also wiih everyone with
i hi M.ii- in cmiiiiet. a number
ri mi.iI friends will go from this
!l to Victoria in order to be present
d  ���   ��� fun* ral,
���
Galveston,   Texas,   Mai i h   I*1    The
minister of war of Mexico has replied
in   the  offei   of   Pedro   Uvaredo, the
mining king ol Parralto, to give }10,
000,000 i" equip an I  maintain a  ieg
Imenl ol Indian fighters lo rid Mexli o
oi   the  Vaqul  In,linn-.    The  mlnlsl  i
says   PreBidenl Diaz  will  accept   ���'���<
off* i   upon  condition  that   all  the   if
[]. ei a  ol   the  comninn i    I e  sei icted
from Mi sh an ni mj ofn* ers, an i
none bul Mexicans i an ' e enllsti I   n
i he i ampalgn.    To this Uvni ado
nol fully agree,    He declares lhe M   ���
li   ii  tii ni i  oflli ers havi   ,m ide a   !i-
mal  inilni"  of  nil   iheli    i ampaign-
against   the  yaquls,  au I  In   does nol
wh ni i he ��� ommand h m Hi apped
Pythians  Parade.
A  lai ge number of the membi rs of
Ihi    Vani "'i i i   oi d I nighl -  of
P* i hlas  came ovei   bj   - pe* lal  cai   in
full regalia, to hear divine servl
i h,    \v, ��� i   End   Presbyterl n   i hm
lasl   i   ening      Tin    v ini ouver  di
et ai the ca he i
i ,       o|     '       .        ������ . . i :,.:.,.
and   ! i"    blm ' mraded to
in.   church,  ��heT,
lh    R ��� o     who
,   Instruct! te   a(Mi
ith     .  ' ���        iking
hi-   ti cl   lhe    love    of     'Dnvld
Jonathan,"   The li ai ned   Dool n   ��� ���
rribi fl broth* rlj love as Ihe ti ue pi In
(|p]e of i in Istlanil    and quo! Ing vr
lous   exampl*     r- im   the  Sei Ipi ti
hi Id    bis            ������  in    spell b*      I
11 roughotil the dlsi ourse. The
vice was brought t" :i close with the
hymn "Nearer My Qod in Thee," a id
the parade formed again, and mar, ��� i
back to where ibe special car w s
awaiting them, nnd embarked for
Vancouver, followed by the best wi h
es of the Brotherhood and many
friends of the order. THE DAILY NEWS
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
THE HUMAX MACHINE
MAN'S   BODY  AND   ITS  WONDERS   OF
MECHANICAL  DEVICES.
Second Hand Goods ol
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attend-
ed to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Morey
s
POR
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St^
SIMMER'S
SEEDS
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0
��lnn> (it the Invention! of (In- "ny
An- Infringement! on th<- (li-trr
ami Incenioni Device* Regnl��tered
In  Nnlnrc'n  Patent  Office.
So fearfully and wonderfully is the
human body made thaf scientists are
beginning to realize that many of the
; inventions of the day are infringements on nature's patent office. A
good deal of trouble and worry in the
I past could have been avoided had inventors made a careful study of the
devices employed in making these human bodies of ours the useful tilings
; they are. Thc principles of the block
and pulley or the tackle could have
been discovered ajji's before had the
files of nature's patent office been run-
Backed, for there arc several complete
pulleys In the body, notably the one
which moves the eye!,all inward toward the nose.
Engineers made exhaustive tests and
experiments before they discovered
lhat a hollow shaft or rod of Iron or
steel is about twice as Strong as a
solid one Vet nature had patented
this device in our bones since the birth
ot Adam and Eve, and every Important bone is practically constructed mi
this principle. I'he I'd! and socket ol'
the hip bones were ihe foreruuners nl'
the modern ball bearings, und it was
the tirst automatic olliug machine used
in the world. The value nt' air pressure and a vacuum wns unknown to
man until the last century, but every
oue of us carried thc secret in the air
tight hip joint which nature httd assigned to lessen ihe muscular effort to
hold our legs upright in position.
Engineers    have    made    wonderful
progress in developing compound suc-
��� tion nnd circular pumps, but all of the
principles contained in them are found
i in the heart, and this little pumping
machine is still without a rival in the
mechanical world.
The  principles  of  the  safely   valve
I for steam engines nre not so new ns
: they seem.    Our human  bodies carry
j with them the first automatic safety
i valves ever designed.    There are upward of 2,500,000 of them.    We call
I them by the common name of sweat
i glands.    Each such little gland has n
safety valve which lets off beat from
the body when it gets beyond a safe
temperature.   We cannot stand a rise
of more than 8 to bl degrees of temperature   and   live.     If   therefore   the
2,500,000 safety valves were closed for
twenty-four hours, death would supervene.
Adam's apple was the first storage
cistern ever built, nnd It works with
automatic regularity through health
nnd sickness. It is a most important
organ of the body,  although for cen-
AUNTIE'S  MEMORY.
What   Sue  Knew   About   the   l-'nll  ol
tin- Roman Empire.
An old colored woman down In Ala- \
bama was reported to be of great age ,'
nnd  was extremely  proud of the distinction.  The propriet i of a museum,
OH   hearing   of   her,   sen!   nne   of   his J
agents to make tin Investigation, ns she
would be a valuable acquisition to h!��
museum.    The   agent   plied   her   with
guestions regarding her age.   He asked
her:
"Auntie,   do  you   remember  George
Washington?" ;
������Imes 1 remember George Washington? Laws a-mnssy, mister, I reckon
I does, for I done missed bim when he
was a chile."
"Well, I suppose you remember the
Revolutionary war?"
"Yes,   indeed,   1   does,  linliey.    I  stood
dar lots of times nil' seen de bullets
flyin' round thick as hailstones."
"Well, auntie, how about the fall of
the Roman empire? I>o you recollect
anything about that?"
"De fact Is, honey, i was pretty
young about dat time, but I does
'member, now you speak ,,1, it. dat I
did hear ,le white folks tell 'bout hearing som'plu' drop 'bout dat time."���
Harper's Weekly.
!
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
attorn ^ am sm m am am
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Te'ephone 12. New Westminster
Whiteside
"     tors an .
Columbia  km..
W. J. Whitesidi HN6LWE>C
EDM0vn��
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tor ol the
']"'ni'' BOLE
CanadiM  Ban , ���H
Columbia",
office,  New  \y
lng,
offlc
loan.
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' ��ev
(mt,
MARTIN,  \Y|;\
barristers * "^ARa���
Bees:    New Wes 2 �� ��*���    $
corner  Clarkson  and rl?^
Martin win* ,���.'."��� A
Bourne.
Westmi
ternoon
Mr.
Westminster'offlcesUem, llkM
' u��  "Way a!
HOWAY,  REID &  BOWES n
ters,   solicitors,  eti    i���'. , :;'
street,  opposite   C*
Westminster.    A. v
841.
New
P-0. Bo,
GEORGE E. MAR1
Solicitor
bla and McKenzn
minstei, ti. ('
Don  Did  the  Wrong; Trirk.
The Irishman wanted to sell the dog,
but the prospective buyer was suspicious nnd finally decided not to buy.
The man then told blm why be was
so anxious to sell. "Vou see." be said.
"I bought the dog and trained him myself. I got bim so he'd bark all the
time if n person stepped inside the
gate, and I thought I was sale from
burglars. Then my wife wauted me
to train him to carry bundles, and I
did. If I put a packet In his mouth
the dog would keep it there till some
one took It away. Well, one night I
woke up and beard some one in the
next room. I trot up and grabbed my
gun. They were there���three of the
scoundrels and the dot;."
"Didn't be bu'k?" Interrupted the
man.
"Sorry a bark; he was too busy."
"Busy?    What doing?"
"Carrying ;i lantern for the burglars."���Dublin Freeman.
Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE   $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS    45,400,000
Eighty-five
the world.
branches, with Correspondents  throughout
SAVINGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.   Interest
times a year.   Start to-day.
idded four
W. MYERS GRAY.
and  Xni.ir .   1' ,
IS'.M  ,,l   New   '.'.
Bees reiii'i.e,
SOU      .Stree',    n
P.O   Box  I   '.   T'-ii
NEW WESTMINSTER   BRANCH ���
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
FRESH STOCK
now in.   Package
and bulk.      List
Prices.
CURTIS'
SPROTT- SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
3 16 Hastings St. W , Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gre.sg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and En-
gineerlng.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-rwe   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. J. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
turies It was considered a superfluous
attachment. It regulates the flow of
blood between the heart and the brain.
When it censes to operate, somebody
dies of apoplexy or n rush of blood to
the brain. When the he,in sends up
too mu<;h blood to the head, the Adam's
apple steps in to cheek the How and
store it up for future emergencies. If
the heart is temporarily weakened or
[mt nut of good running order, the
blood stored In this cistern is given up
iiml sent to the brain. The perfect
working of this little device is apparent when we consider bow c nnpara-
Drug, Spectacle,  and  Seed Store tively few die of rush of blond to the
   brain or from a deflcleucy of Bupply.
The eye bas a scire of small Inventions worthy of recording, the ear
nearly as many more and the vital
organs an equal number, 'ihere is the
liver with its quarantine station. Let
any poisons enter our systems with
food and they are immediately Held up
at this quarantine .station and destroyed by a secret process. It is only
when poisons enter in large quantities
lhat the station cannot haudle them.
Bul the stomach * perates with the
liver iimi Intercepts some of th" poisons. There arc small machines there
which manufacture minute quantities
of hydrochloric acid from tho salts
eaten. This arid Is mad'- 111 exacl proportion to the amount of f 1 cousum
ed ami suffices to destroy tho mlcrobei
which we swallow. Hut there is ever,
a third quarantine station located in
the mouth, Millions of microbes are
destroyed in the mouth daily by the
Juices elaborated there for Ihis very
purpose. If it was not for those three
quarantine tutlons working continuously night aud day, we should be killed ol'i by microbes within an hour niter eating a meal.
iu the ear Ihere is a little device
which  might have Keen  lhe oi'Ig nal of
our modem compressed air luveutlons,
The delicate drum of lhe ear must have
an equal pressure from the outside and
Inside    to    receive    and    transinil    the
sound vibrations, 'i'o make tins possible the eustachian lube was devised.
Its function is to regulate the air pres
sure inside the ear. Lot II fail to work,
and one becomes stone deal'.
Ill the bones of the head there are
many little channels hollowed out
which are called the semicircular canals. These canals are filled with fluid
lymph, l'or centuries no one could understand their meaning. Some physicians considered Ihem of no use.
This tendency to helillle organs In the
human body whose [unctions could not
be explained has characterized more
than one generation ,,f savants. Now l
these peculiar semicircular canals are
known to be wonderful llttlo devices to
assist us In keeping our lia lai    They
act ii good deal as the ballast does on
a ship, or, more properly Bpeaking, like
the fluid In a spirit level. The brain
keeps an eye oil Ihis spirit level and Is
made conscious of the body's relative
position, The fluid Hows back and
forth in the camils, ami when we gel
.t at a dangerous nnglo tho brain
1 fenows it.--New York Tribune.
A Friend  In  >.-,-,I.
Aulomobilist tto another who has
broken down)���Can I be of any assistance to you?
The Afflicted Oue (under the machine,���Yes, sir. That lady you see Is
my wife. I'll be obliged if you will
kindly answer ber questions ami keep
her amused while  I'm  fixing this In-
Bank of Montreal
Mster and I
i, New v.st.
soli itotj
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BOARD OF TRACE
ster  Board  of Ti    I . ;.,".'.'.
Board Room, City
Second   vVednesd cb
Quartcly  meetin the s   ������ i
Wednesday     of      ! ;,;,',.' '
August  and   Nov .   .-' j p ^ ,
Annual  meetings    on the   secoul
Wednesday    of     !'��� i ,,-..   $t1
members    may .   ,.| anj
elected at any moi quarterly |
meetiig.   A. hi v. h , Se,
SECRET   SOCIETIES
LNION   LODGE. NO. a A. F. 4 A. M. I
���The    regular    nn ._���    if     , I
Is held on the Fii -:������: i
each month, at  5 o'i i    p. m.. u
the   Masonic   Ten. Sojoun aj |
brethren are cordi ���'������! I
tend.      Or.   v..   \ /.  [| Smltl
Secretary.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
aSsS
fernal machine,
pan ion.
Woman's Home Com
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London,
New York. Chicago and Spokane, I.'.S.A.. and Mexico City
era! Hanking  Business  Transacted.
England,
A f^?n-
riit-  Landlady's  View.
"Borden is recovering from Ids recent
spell of sickness. Isn't he?"
"Yes; at any rate, I heard today that j
his appetite is getting worse."
"Eh?    Who told you that?"
"Miss Starvem, at whose house he l
boards." ��� Catholic Standard and i
Times.
More Elegant.
"What you have," said Dr. Newman, i
"Is just a common cold, and all you I
need Is a good sweat."
''Sir!" cried Miss Blugore haughtily.
"I bey pardon! It's a fashionable
cold, and what you need Is n good perspiration."���Philadelphia Press.
Letters of Credit issued,
World.
available with correspondents in all  parts of the
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upward.s.
and interesi allowed at :: per cent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a year.
Total   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
G. D.  BRYMNER,  Manac
KING SOLOMON  LODGE, r!0. 17, A, |
F. &  A.  M.���Reg*        Qmrnunica-
tions of this lodge        held on tbe I
second  Tuesday  in  .mm, *-> in'h 'j j
Masonic Temp'.-, at  ��� r  m.   Visit
lng brethren  ai! Invited \
to attend.    D. \\. ��� ��� ���      -Sec.
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEP70RY.��io.J5l I
R.    B.    K.    Of    I, I       !
Friday    of    each
p.   m..   In   Orange rner oil
Royal avenue  ... itreet.   So)
Journlng Sir Knl I I
vlted to attend.    V\ ���'���' ���: '���
P.; J. Hood. Reg
\���t   Happily  Put.
"There bave been times In my life," i
said he gloomily, "when I was tempted
to commit suicide,"
"Oh, well," she said, "it's no use to
grieve over the past. We can all look
back and see where we've made mistakes."���Baltimore  News.
Chip Stloka l<> Old lili.il..
Tommy Twaddles���Oh, I don't want
to go to school.
Pa Twaddles���But don't you want a
good education?
Tommy Twaddles (Ingratiatingly)���
No, pa; I'd rather grow up to be just
like you.-Tit-Bits.
The Schaake Machine Wofa.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
LOYAL ORANuE LC- '. '
���Meets in Orange I
third Friday In each i
ni. Visiting bretli I
Invited Co attend. W
.lames Humphre*. K
O. O. F.���AMITY  LODGE, NO  V
The regular me*
are held In Od Ife I*
Ida   stree:,  every
al   s O'clock.      VUim
dlally Invited to ati
N. G.; C. S. Rtchm
Coatham, It. s.: J
F. S'.;  Alex.  A lams, T
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE No. 1
��� Meeting* Che flrsl nn I       '���
day    In     ertch    n  ml
3g
brethren cordi illy ln\     I '
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
For elect iie signs, dynamos, motors,
fans, 'phone fixtures, shades, bells, batteries, w Ire ami cables of nil kinds
and sizes, House wiring, Motor in
i tailing a special:.,. All kinds of repair   promptly attended to,
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHONE 304.
J. MEN LEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
EHtiid  Slock    IMi-w  Westminster, B.C.
fncoimtilcrate lirui,-.
"I don't know  why Enpeck can't get
nlom;   better   with   his   wife,     lie's al
ways ready I , lake nil the blame."
"Bul don't you sec'.- That deprives
her of the pleasure of loading lt on to
him."���Washington Herald,
A  Complete  Surprise.
P. J'. Johnston, prcsidenl of the
National Trotting association, Baid
recently:
"All sorts of fakes are adopted
oy crooks in order to disguise a trotter with a good record. Then the
trotter, believed to bo a beginner
gets enormous odds, und when slid
wins wluil a surprise!"
Mr. Johnston lighted n dgar,
"ll is nn unpleasant, nn unexpected Burprisc, ho said. "It is
like the surpriso a friend of mine
mei wiih on a train in West Virginia.
"As   the   train   traversed   Wise
I county my friend, entranced with
tho scenery, stuck his head out of
the window.
"Tim brakeman hurried to him
nnd said:
i    '"Keep your head inside, can't
you ?'
'"What for?' asked my friend.
"'So you  won't  daningo unv of
tho iron work on tho bridges,' said
��� tho brakeman."���New  York Trih-
I one
:wrwag~3srr	
Something Unique is
aB*\
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
eing
For
Cahe
���
Lodge room.   V. 0.1 '   \
fellows'  block,  Clart *
.'>. ,'o' rlj in, r*' oi ib r;    ��� ���    ��� ���   ���
'..   -:or workn an,
nSE   OF  COLUMBI - -   '
115,   SONS   or   Fr. CL- 1 3   B. S.-
"���.,!   Rose   Me ". P 111 S
'll.
. Sl   n
ib
Vi
I    :    " ' '���
Fourth  W'.'da     In;   ���
rn  K. or P.  ii. : . C
s p. m., White R i
Wednesday    In   *
time  aud   | lai e,
cordially    Ini
comb., Pres,, H   0
TIIE LADIES ARE CIIARMED WITH IT.    MADE OWLY BY
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Growing Appreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
===== Sugar Cured	
1.0?.
It
COURT BRUNETTE, N
���Meets the Fourth I
month  m   8  o'clo* :
hall,  Oddfellows'   hlm
hrethren are eordtal ' . P
tend.   .1.  a  RuBhti
Maxwell, It. 8,
rt
co
A
URT ROYAL COLUM     ���   '^l'
k. O. F.-Tl.e rep;
this  Lodge are  held    ' ',���,,:
and Fourth Tuesdn
at g p. m. In i1	
Vlaltlns   Brethren   ire (. i;;
vlted io attend.   E. '   ;
F. P. Maxwell, Sec
TE*
ROYAL TEMPLARS tf���,
Breakfast Hams and Bacon
IE REICHCNBACFCOMPANY. IP
THE
- - '.-'-'��� '.'..iv   <>���
at  8  o'clock   p.   (ft.,  lB.u   yuKM
Hall,   Columbia   Btreet.     , lolt-
Brethren are cordial !  I!:'TJ  nr0<
tend, Cieo. Buff. S, Ci -v R B
Sec.
<...-rfA3
8ON0 OF SCOTLAND r....���������  ,,jLEs
80CIATION, LORD    ���  '��'     ,1
CA^P, 191.���M"" ���
Tnlrd Tuesdnj  ol
K,   uf   P. Hull.
Chief;   .1.   I,  r ���.NDAY,
MARCH  11, 1907'
IllE DAILY NEWS
rains& steamers Grand Trunk  Ry.      COUNCILJIETINfl.
 ,���   ir   ilffi ���
C P.B
N. VV  l5A
arr N. W. 1135.
foave
'Vpr mission branch.
lP';.\ |0    ar. Seattle 15.50.
Ij; Sea^l'e 12-301 ar. N. W. 18.40.
���-FSTMINSTER  JUNCTION.
|-P'Bv\v 830  10.35,15.40,17.36.
K       v- 9   ., 11.35, 16.40, 18.40.
' "\/,T N-ORTHBRN RAILWAY.
GB.b-*T if'ia.m.: ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
m V^.',";- .,.,.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
\,   \Y   & Y .-VANCOUVER
V-^ g p. ���,. and 9:55 p. m.
fjVancouve. S. 35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
T '      v  h -PORT GUICHON.
��  w   9-35 a.m.;   ar. Guichon
Lv. -v
1,20 P-m-
'Lv Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
i:,5 p m. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
B, c. ELECTRIC-VANCOUVER.
iv New Westminster 5.50, 6.50,  1
a j a. iim. and evcry half hour there-
l',: ���    11 p. m.
,    Vancouver  for  Westminster  at
6%i hours.
Eraser River and Gulf
IP RIVER,
fV .'. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
.   la.,  Th.,  Sat., 7 a.m.
���!':        v   w. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
, San., Wed., Frl., 7 a.m.
.   (WN RIVER.
ruDsfei
.       daily, ex. Sunday 2 p.m.
I Monday, 5 a.m.
p '... st,   ��� -ton, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Mail Service
Close. Received.
;.,.- 7.15 a.m.    0.40 p.m.
��.  ,i  '            Mill-
j(. Xo, I  7.45 a.m. 11.35 a.m.
, : ....     S'o   1.  7.45 a.m.   9.00 a.m.
N.R   CIov,
Seattle..  8.45 a.m.   3.30 p.m.
|y���:, ,.    ��� ���   Park.10.30 a.m.   2.00 p.m.
to, 10 30 a.m.   9.00 a.m.
,..��� Bun        .... 1.13 p m.    1.15 p.m.
...;.��� ���   - ��� ������ >ton,
etc  1.30 p.m. 11.00 a.m.
;.P.R e er-
��� i. '���!      le and
   3.00 p.m. 11.35 a.m.
lv ;���  3.30 p.m.   (',.00 p.m
Icni;  ���          4.00 p.m 11.00 p.m.
T us
.  ,..12.00m. 12.00m.
END OF THE UNIVERSE,
ween
Excellent Train Service Bet
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal bu iness centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MAR]
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ana
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. w. VAUX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chic igo, III.
Th,   ,
Burnaby   Council.
ov<  count il met on Saturday,
���   when   ihere  were   preseni
ti.
J,'v"   Byrne,  In   the   chair
Couns.
.i'i,-.   Love   Anderson and
Inn,
R inible,
Mr- ll"^ "i Central  Park, preseni
1 u petition asking  loi  clearance ol
u��ulevard  on one  side of Boun-
th*      irposes of a foot-
',Mh-    This  being  an   intermunicipal
'   request   was   ri fi rred to the
'f VVurl     : m  consultation with
n< uiver municipality.
The   plan of  bloi k   15, dis,  lol   153
erred io the Corporation
:"! opinion  as    to    whether, as
- '������' nded, the Land  Registry acl  ha I
..< en compile ! v I
���'���   liroposed   plan
��� t   Will  < ome   According   <���> the
Nomelant]  ^? j-tli.
One of the must striking of tbe Norse-
land myths is thai in wbicb is pictured
tin end ol the universe, when all the
gods of Asgard and Nifflehelm and tbe
inhabitants of Jot uu helm aud Midgard,
together with their habitations, would
be destroyed. Thai this catastrophe
would com,- to all tl,-- visil,le creation
they firmly believed, for their untaught
minds could not conceive ot humor
tallty.
And Ihis is how they pictured the
fearful Vine: Three winters would
come upon the earth, one after another,
without the tempering influence of a
single summer. Snow would fall from
every quarter of the heavens, wild
storms would sweep over the earth,
with tempestuous winds that nothing
eoulil withstand, and the sun would
lose its heat.
Three other  winters  would  succeed
i ;
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Through   vest!   iled   trnl
Easl dal :.
Fin t epi     an I
Train- leavi
Information  cheerfully  given.
K. J. COYLE.
A. il    P.   \
Van," ivi r.
ED.   ���,:���
.'.-. m  ci'.1;.
Ni w   Wi   ��� :i: astei
iCanadian Pacific Railway Co.
B'.tis-  Columbia Coast Line
Service.
\:ctc
TIME TABLE
E. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE,
ji i      ��� hange w Ithout r-r mom
Ley's Van.
 Feb. Tib
trice  Feh. I lln
 Feb,  21st
..  ...       Fob. 28th
VER-VICTORIA ROUTE
V'ictoi a   I* ��� ���"- Vancou-
..    ���
la dail*   .ii   1  a.m.
II \ SEATTLE ROUTE.
\"CESS BEATRICE.
��� mm i o. :'   exci pi Monday
new    Westminster
ROUTE.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.     i
The only all rail route 'between all
points east, west and south to Ross-
land, Nelson and Intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, No.-thern Pac'fic and O. R.
& N. Co.
Connect' at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creese points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
��tage ('lily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between!
5| okane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
"���:-   : ,;   '��� ������"di   was   approve I.     The
in  ol ,:.     ...  , tlon  of
. lot 25 w erred bi ��� . ich
n   uti >n i    will   how the i .  . enl
lol    of land,  the streets
1    ���    inj    o   be  continuo i
in adjoining lands,
-tier   from     tu icitors   way
������'   th -       '.���    i ;a
\\ ��� Hai I v . Bn n tb; had   e n
' $1 IS.40,  which together with
$310   againsi   I he   Ci r-
,'oraiio-i   miounted    to    $628.40.      A
a  len 1 to be Issued foi
': :    amount.
'li'" work    of    damming    up    all
ms  or  ditches flowing into   ilu
H    land ditch, which  wore alleged to
; ���   the  ground  of action  In  the  las!
'in ni one i  proceedings, was    ordered
he procee led  with at once, in ac-
nee  with the
Martin, K.C.
.Ml'.  Trapp'a  application  for a  road
to   dist.   lot   155   (Southerly   portion)
the ward   councllloi
lb    vision   Ol    am-d   war   would   stalk   over   the   iinl-
oi
was  referred
I'i       i   on.
'i he Pr i ,-incial Government wrote
thai the cutting of brush on the Vancouver road si le ol Centra Park had
1 ��� ��� a ord re I.
I . i   m.mm ing tendei s were accepl
verse, leaving blood and death in its
ruthless track. Then the earth would
begin to tremble In uncontrollable tear,
the sen would rush from Its bed. the
heavens would be rent, and the eagles
of the air would Ceast upon the still
quivering flesh of multitudes of men
slain without warning.
l'enris.    the    wolf    monster,     would
threw off bis bond--; the Midgard ser
pent, whose gigantic f rin encircled the j
world,   would  rise  from  Its  lair,  and j
Lol i, the evil genius of tbe universe, \
would  desert  the gods  and  go back
among their  enemies.    Surtur  would
had bis followers to the Bifrost bridge,
devouring   flames  before  and   behind I
them,   and,   having   destroyed   it   in
their passage,  they  would join  Loki I
aud the frost giants ou the battlefield ;
of  VIgrld,  where  l'enris.  the  Midgard
serpent and the hosts of Ilela had already assembled.
Meanwhile Heimdall, the watchman
of Asgard, the abode of the gods, would
idvice of Joseph j sound the alarm with the Giallar burn.
j summoning tbe celestial cohorts to the
field. Odin, clad in all the splendor
of his supreme office, would lead forth
the pals i'i martini array. Fenrls,
pressing forward would throtv himself upon Odin with a fierceness that
the deity ,-nnld not withstand, and the
Al! Father would fall, pierced with n
thousand wounds from the monster's
fangs.
Then Vidar, the son of Odin, would
fall like a thunderbolt lipon the blood
Thomas Haddon for slashing road   reeking wolf and avenge his celestial
( d
allowance on North lino 0f districl lol
10 a: $9 per chain.   Carl Helman Toi \
slai hing   on   Byi ne  road   at   $5    nei
1001.
Leave
9.20 a m.
12.2S p.m.
Q.40 a.m.
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane   .. . .715 p.m.
.. .Rossland  ... .4.10 p.m.
... Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
��� .   . ..
1 ' ain ���
chain
Nim
Vlfn ; Baih y for widening 10
���  Third   ivi n ie al $10.75  pi :
" -     ITY  OF NANAIMO.
:-' ��� ������ a  Weal minster at 7 a. im.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S. Joan
Vancouver daily at 1:30 p M
��� : ^T   COAST   ROUTE,
amer Queen City.
toria at   11  p.m. on   1st,
1 . ch month for Clayo-
��� toria   on    20th    for
!. I waj paints,
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTE.
steamer Transfer
New   Westminster on  Mon-
.  Wednesday, Thursday
���   at  2   p ni. and  Saturday
m!i additional trip on Mon-
WHEN GOING EAST
VSK THE TICKET AGENT
Tn SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Train?  Every Day :n the YeAr
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
fill- NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies thc newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE..
nnd LUXURY, It is lighted with
both electricity ancl gas; thc most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
world, The equipment consists of
private rompartment cars, standard
id section sleepers, luxurious dining
���ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and  smoking cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
7jo Second Avenue, Seattle, Wash
ATLANTIC STEftMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST   AND   FASTEST���
'EMPRESSES.
'-..
: 1
'     I
UPP:
Morula}
Li
sveston Monday, Tuesday,
l'liursilay anil Saturday at
lay at t'> it. m. additional
1 iy B p, m.
ERASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S, S. Beaver
Mew   Westminster,  8   a.   m.
Wednesdays and Fridays.
Iii'liwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
, ,lrsda-v   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
tween   Now  Westminster
UM Chlliiwai k.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
3.   S. Tees
ainM,- V:"l('""v(,r in x p.m. Znfl
Sk;,,,,,1' :: ' f each month, oalllng at
:l &>st trip and Bella.Coola
de J001     "M*. Time on arrival  nnd
Po Uri   ��� " approximate.
can ���       ""rations  ami  information
ED, GOtTLBT,
' '��� mt, .New Westminster
A8Et- Qen   p,       , E' J' OOYLB,
'��� P(is�� Agent, Vancouver.
Opim,..,,  .       ?��� W. TROUP,
11 Superintendent, victoria.
on
ts 000  I EMPRESfl OF BRITAIN) 14,800
u. Pewsr 1 EMPRESS OF IR1 LAM' *     tO.Nb
\,, |a ihe time to s* nd for your
friends In lhe Old Countrj while tl e
,,,. low. Tourlsi Sleepers run
t,j - m John lo conned with Empres -
.,, 1 ��� jailing, M irch 22nd. For other
di 1    and rate, apply to
ED. GOULET,
c.i'U. Agent.
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer 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, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
own and operate iheir own sleeping
and dining cars on all! their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
II  5. ROWE, General Agent
, ,4 Thin] St., c��r Alder, Portland, Or,
.' al ions  for   the   posl   ol
id    in nan, road  tax collector an 1
eonstahle,   were  received and  consld-
ere I,     On a  ballot  being taken, Mr.
William  Ralph  was elected, and    h
��� .'   ���   m  ma le unanirm 1
The Burnaby road appripriati   1 I
law was taken up, re considi r* d, read
I   im,   1 m : finally |ias-���
With n  ei en, ������ t,  the school boi
01 1907, the ���' 1:1.1.' tee ap-
pi ii," I to confer with the boat i re-
as no agr, emeni was ar
��� ived at regarding the di Rniti n
"Exi ensi s of Maintenai ce," th ��� rjues
lion ha 1 be, n referred ti th, council
of public Instruction for a ruling.
The requi -' of Messrs. Kill 1 11 S
Farris, barristers, for Messrs, Ri ed
ami Turner, that the council would
use Its Influen* e with the ch pi 1 en
,,���' marine and fish* ries, Ottawa, in
favor of the grant ,1 an absolute waterfront right to a 1 irti in of dist. lot
ISS, Burrard Inlet, was reported upon
by the committee. They were ol
opinion that as the council had favor
ably replied to the queries add:- s, d
lo them by the lep irtment, they had
done all in their powei on behalf ol
the applicants, and thai to attempl
to pass further recommendations with
a view to Influencing the departn ml
In the exercise of its discretlonarj
powers would nol only form ti i ���
d im for many other eas,-. bul might
1 xpose i1^1 council to .1 possible Remonstrance fr nn he I tm* nt. The
r* porf was adopt* I.
The tren surer's rep, ho ��� ��� d h,
]i celpi foi February to have been:
v   1 tes, $329.91; Interest on
arrears,  $17.65;   hire of hall,  $7.50;
s, hool board lax, $21 71; toi      j 79 7S
Th.   : ilai  ���   In hand on Fi     ia i
2S was $11 036.69, excl 11 Ive of sli
fund iax.
The following aci '>'ry were
,.; : rj menl: Solicitor's r* tainlng f* e
$75.00; 1!. G, Walker, maps and blue
pr'nts, $6.50; .Miss Johnson, typewriting, $2.16; T. Gifford, clock. $6.50;
Dally News, advertisement, $2.70; B,
c Telephone Co., $3,00; Dingle &
Galbralth, reports and statements,
$66.00; Dingle & Galbralth, election
printing, $6.50; Morey & Co., stationery, $8.57; I". E, Warmer, election ex-
enses, $6.00; Dally World, advt,
$7.35; Columbian, advts,, $12.75; pre-
a.iiim on clerk's bond, $15.00; costs
In Woollard vs. Burnaby, $628.40; Geo,
Bulman, roads, $22.25; H. Plester,
reads. $9.00; E. Lander, rnads, $6.75;
\ Ailne. iiiads, $61.00; Thus Brown-
Ice, roads, $6.75; Car] Helman, mads,
.; 1105;  --,.   \   Porter,    road.-,    $6.00;
Tl ,     H ; Idon    mads  $! 00;   salar-
I,  .  -. ��� total, $1214.18.
The council a Ij mrned till Saturday,
y.,,.), m'. at 2:30, p.m.
father's death. Thor, the all powerful,
would slay, with his great hammer,
the Midgard serpent, but even as tbe
monster gave up Its life its venomous
breath would wreak vengeance upon
the slayer, and Thor would sink down,
suffocated to death.
Meanwhile I.oki and Heimdall have
been seeking each other, and. having
met, they would light with the fury of
den ous until both were slain. Thus
all over the bloody Held gpds and
giants, good spirits and evil, would
in.'.-l and slay each other, and when
the dreadful carnage was ended Surtur would send his fiery flames abroad
nnd the universe would lie burned.
Th ��� - uu would lose its light, the
earth wonld disappear, the stars would
fall from heaven, and time would be
no more:
Tin- lVissliia of Courtroom Oratory,
Inspiration is a lost art in the courtroom. Nowadays no true lawyer ad
vises, prepares documents or tries a
case without a careful preparation
Forensic oratory lias passed away. N'..
��nger does the crowd gather lu the
county courthouse to listen to and bo
moved by the wit, pathos and eloquence of the advocate as for hours or
days he addresses the Jury. The courtroom may be filled, but it is largely
wiih the ubiquitous reporters, many of
whom are as destitute of tears as Sa
hara of water and as callous to emo
tlon as the mummied sleepers of
Egypt No longer is it true that weeping men and women with handkerchiefs to their eyes are moved by the
eloquence Of counsel. Time is a pressing factor. Facts rather than eloquence is the demand.���D. C. Brewer
ln Atlantic.
lllatori.
She once remarked to me, "I cannot
portray vice, but I can understand und
realize crime." All the more powerful
passions were within her range���hatred, Jealousy, remorse, revenge���but
her lovenntklng, except in farce, was
as a rule a failure. Her mind, like hot-
life, wns so singularly crystalline that
she could not understand mere vice. "I
would rather bu a great murderess,"
Bald she, "than n morbid, sickly fau-
tastlca, such as are, fur the most part,
the heroines of your modern drama."-���
Saturday Review,
rin- 1 ii-��i Lady,
Adam looked at his helpmeet thoughtfully.
"Well," he said 111 his emphatic way.
"there's certainly one honor that in In
dlspulably yours, my dear."
"And what is lint. Ad?" queried ou:
first mother.
Adam suddenly smiled.
"Nobody can dispute the claim that
you are the Brst lady in the land.'
he said.���Philadelphia Telegraph.
AUCTION
BANKRUPTCY    IN
JEWELRY
Valuable Stock of Jewelry
containing
Watches, Chains,
Rings, &c.
The above will be sold by public auction, without reserve or
limit, in the next three or four
days. Your prices are ours.
Come one and all. Sale starts
March 9, from 2 to 7 p. m. each
day, at
272   Columbia  St.
In   thc   Cunningham   Block
are made from the best "Para" rubber.
Made to fit every style and shape of
men's shoes, ladies' shoes and shoes for
the little ones.
In ladies' shapes they are neat, light,
perfect fitting and lasting.
Insist on "Maple Leaf" Brand���it's
on every rubber.
Sold by all dealers.
Western Agents
J. Leckie Co. Ltd.
Vancouver B.C.
The   I'fTHfitElM.
Socially 1 found the Persian people
a great Improvement on the other orientals of the farther east whom I bad
met. They are of a happy disposition
aud bright Imagination, doubtless produced by the dry. clear air of their
high table lands, which relieves from
dullness and depression, They enjoy
a joke and lc.igh ueavtily, and they
are able to see that most things have
their amusing side. I was struck with
much among all classes which showed
that their manners and ways hail hern
favorably touched and turned by a
softening civilization of ancient date.���
General Gordon's "A Varied Life."
The  Wottliui  of  Polflo.
It is the creed of the up to date wo
man novel' to give herself away. A
cup of coffee may be spilled over her
delicate Rllh gown; she simply holds
the breadths together ami g it; i on with
lt-r How of feminine Inlk, "liufnul terrible" makes ngo I lug remarks, o
rival | Ives some cruel stab; all is met
with the same absolute Immobility of
ountenanco,   i. udo i Lurty
BLACKSMITHING.
A  Und  Mix.
The advertising manager was In l
towering rage. "What's the trouble',-'
they asked, "Why, they went and
placed our prima donna's testimonial
for a cold cure on the same page will
the announcement that she bad a sore
throat ami couldn't sing."���Mllwauk*
Sentinel.
There Is no better ballast for keep
lug the mind steady on Its keel aud
savin-; It from all risk of crankiness
than business.���Lowell.
Having bought oul the Blacksmith-
ing business of H. II. Benson, I will
be pleased to see all his old customers, ns well as new ones Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
''ico 'Plume 185.       Horn 'HDoiio 137
Columbia St.
l3flggage  delivered     promptly  to  tny
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
| Northern Pacific [
l^m amamm^~~'+~~~<*'+'*-~~'~^^~-~~ m '   A
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates   Round   Tri,5
Rates  to  Southern  California.
For full informtion call on or write
C, E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, B, C.
A. I). CHARLTON,
I'ortland.Ore
j Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACH1NM AND ENGINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, UIUDUKJ and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WOKK.
Ornamental Iron Worm, inclining
Fences, Gates, Fire Lscapes, etc.
Mail orders nud correspondence Invited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE B'I'KjUDjT.
New Westminster. f. O. 474.
SAWMILL SITES,    TIMBER LIMITS,
AWMILL and LOGGING MACHINERY
AND SUPPLIES.
E. W. JOHNSON
Room 4, Guichon Block r a
TIIE DAILY NEWS
MONDA
THE DAILY NEWS
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
To the General Public:
listed with us ranging in price
e fi'i.'in
uaenng, una sun  me practice prevail
<.,1      in   1620   ttiehelieu   published   a
Published by the  Daily  News  Pub- WINDSOR TABLE SALT        m,Wer rorm ot prohibition.    The rtrst
lishing   Company    Limited,   al    their        ���nevrr a suspicion of gnttiness���        offense was no longer capital, a third business  site-
offices    corner   of   Sixth   and   Front , , .     ,   ���,    ,i only of the offender's property was to We nau   Be\eidi  uuai    ���     ��� menl
you taste the piquant s.nour-the       w ���,.������,.,,,..,���.,,_ ;1Illi (lll. ,udge8  ��-ew> $3,  to $20,000 which are Ai. money   make,, and  as io,       permanent ONE |\|i<
crysial melts unconciously. permitted   to   recognize   extenuating business stand, cannol  I xcelled. | T 0|\j_y
Managing Director J.C.Brown '34       circumstances.   you will also find some of the finest residential sites to he found In    THrcrjiy    ,��.
 -V   few   months   later   lhe  (unite  de ^   r;1|]n(),   ,H,  heat, from  $200,  up.     No*     I lULnJU/U,    1^     ll
Boulevilie though,  tit to test   the mil. ��������-.   ��*>   1.1'  "^ ^ ^  beg|   ���.���, S(.f.t,���,s ,���- H���lish ,,,���������������. Dame. .         "H
Return   of   in��i
"'���      ��� ison'i
dtration Is that,   duellne   ground,   and   Ue   Bouteville ,, f.,,. hn���qfia   ��e can furnish you  with  most  anything thai you de-
larch
ADVERTISING  RATES. pioyed in newspaper publication.   The   |Ster.s patIence m this direction.   The   these
Transient   display   advertising,    10 besl  proof of lhe success of this vol-   j,lai.(, noyaje hod long been a favorite   l>, New Westminster.
cents jier line (nonpareil), 42 lines :o untary scheme of arbitration Is that,   dueling   ground,   and   Ue   Bouteville j        As fl|. houses,  we can furnish you   with   mo
the   inch.      Five   cents   per line   for ifter   ,.,t.   M,.u.s.   experience,   ii   has   traveled   from   Brussels   to   fight   his j        * ,       nllt,inl.  irom  $1,200 up.     Now why pay rent? Steph.
subsequent insertions.  '.,.,    ,.���,v, .to���t I twenty-second duel here. In the heart    ��������������������� whv Wil��� |011 long? |   ,,,,.���,���,   ,]|(,   "J" "* Mnt0|,
���  '  "liisicai wi
it   both   residences   in      ��� _ 	
Reading notices, hold face type, 20'
in  renewed,   with    ie  important
ens Hi Li
,���i ; of Paris, In deliberate defiance of the Each day's delay is cost
cents   per  line, brevier  or  nonpareil,   extensions,   by   the   vlrtuai.j     unan .... . ....
k.n.
authority.     The result   was  not
We have buyers coming from the  East   that   want
3��FornlUmer contracts    special   posl-' ""'"* ,l,"'i>i"" '"' '";':i '"" COntraCtln^ I encouraging.   Montmorency though ba   V(������. (,,v, and also wan( small improved farms and ranches and  we feel
.ions'a^v to advertis'lnKnager     ! >,arties'     '" ,h,s "u> newspaperS ot\���. &��� wont went with his second   ^  ^ ^ h;ui(|lc y���u|. ]���,)pei,, tl, g00d advantage, as these people are
Notices ' of   births,   marriages   or both countries have done more to pro-   to  the scaffold, and  the marked de   wll],     ^ come nere and make their home,  providing  they  can   gel   the
deaths.  50c.     Wants,  for sales, lost   mote the cause of industrial arbitra-   crease from that time In the number - nri-BS
or found, rooms to let. etc.. one cent   Uon than ,,������,,   0ne by the mos.   of duels  may be attributed either to   ��� ; '   ���     "������ '���" ������'    ""
per   word       No   advertisement  taken        ���asiv���   and   convinclng   academic   *��  moderation   ��*ed   m   framing  tlu��
for less than 2o cents. , law   or   to   the   inexorable   resolution
~~^-~m~~^���~���~_..-.-_-...._.���.   arguments. ^  u.hii.h u u..is ,..���������.,.,,,_. .jiacmil-
TELEPHONES. The  agreemenl   makes   ii   virtually   |an-g Magazine.
Day Office   A22 ,' Impossible of a strike to take place in	
Night   Office    B22; a   newspaper   office  conducted   under
A   local   dispute   under
Trusting to hear from you all. we remain, Yours respect fully.
HALE & LANE, Real Estate Agents
11
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
ggSngc
'���u."'?N'ft'L-iB��-
MONDAY,   MARCH   11,   1907.
WIN  THEIR  FIGHT.
union   rule:
the former agreemenl was referred
in two arbitrators, one representing
each parly, and these to choose a
third. The now agreemenl dispenses
with   the   third   arbitrator,
Villains usually gol what is coming
to them- mi the stage.
lt too ji'imii happens that the only
flowers mother gets are those strewn
on her grave.
Who   was       Tlu, man u.lm gave8 monoy |S Bure ^{
���morally,   on   account   of  a   lack   of   one thing-he will never find that he
From the brief dispatches received ' knowledge  of  technical   questions,  a   made a serious mhitake in doing It
i    would   ippear that, all  things con-   sour f trouble.    Should   the  local      There are some people who prai   for
sidered,   rerj    important    advantages   arbitration fail the Issue Is submitted   putlence  and   then   gel   mad   because
have   een  gained  by the New  West-   '"   ' board of three, composed of one   llu' fire Soes out when they prayed si
:   fishery delegation at  Ottawa   man of standing In each of th 'gan-       g-
in their presentation  before the Min-' Uatlona and a third chosen bv these      perhaps the nexl time you do what
,,.,,. you shuuldi, t vou will have reason to
! '"r '"' M "' and fisheries, of the   bs   a   man   ol  national    prominence,   ,,..,.���,  ,������ tH(JIlt  ljUh  wltu  .be ,ast
case ol New Westminster city and the    fhe  decision by  Ihis  board is  final,   time
residenl   fishermen therein and along   and  the   respective  organizations en-      if you get along with people yon do
the  river  as  againsi   the determined   farce compliance on the pari  of their   not like, your friends think you haw
effort  of  the trap    owners    and   the   members.   An evidence of the perfect   tact and your enemies accuse you of
great majority of the canners to have   working of the system and the good ; l>t'ill�� "smooth."
the  Fraser river  closed   for all fime   faith   observed   by   both   panics  was      -x" mailer how poor a man'.-; mem-
to fishing  above   the   New   Westmin-   recently  -how,,    when   a    ,,,.���.,,,. | ory is about oil,,.,-thinu,, he never for-
,..,.,., ,       , ���  , , ,     . , ,  . gels ilu- time and place where he once
��ei -Midge, and to have fishing opera-   was threatened with a strike by a lo-   foU]l(1 lm���u.v oll ,'lu, stl.eet.-AtchIson
tlens entirely suspended for next year,   r:!'   union   official.    President   Lynch   Globe.
in accordance  with  the recommenda-   ;,;'   lllr   International     Typographical  ���   ���
Hon of the majority report of the Do-   ''uion  declared  that  every  man   who1    ���_ The Sam? ,*3yior,
, .���.������   ,,��� , .    . ,,,,���, ,,  ,        ,.        . "Do you clve your son good, advice?'
minion   Fisheries commission. went  out  would  lose his union  card.   Baia the solicitous friend
When it is remembered thai the and that the union wluld immediately "Yes," answered the somewhat sai<
trap owners and canners had the supply men to lake the place of the donlc person. "I give him the same
strong strategic advantage of being unauthorized sinkers. While such good advice that my father gave me
able io urge in support of Iheir con- Sood faith is maintained on both sides ' nn|l that my grandfather doubtless
lention the majority report, as stated, i! is impossible for a newspaper to gave llim- lf n'e keeD Passing that
of   the   Dominion  Fisheries   commis-   bo paralyzed by a strike, and equally   advice a1""1'' fl'om generation to gen-
1 eratlon   perhaps   we   shall   eventually
find   somebody   who   will   take   it."���
248 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY, Alberta.
^ Wife's Fatf
rhe real laughing Show
A merry riot of i-'���n ���,,, .,
"���"- u im,,,;;;1,,;:;;:
Appleton & Pe
see ,t again,
_____
_5cpR,CES   ?5C  and  50"   GaUerj
Seats on sa:,. at i:. mm Drug .
Saturday  morning.
New Spring
Goods
RENNIE'S
AT THE
CLOTHING HOUSE
Washington Star.
sion. and the repeated official recom- Impossible for the employees to suffer
mendation   of  the .McBride    Govern- injustice without   full  redress,     i,  js
ment's  Provincial  Fisheries' Commis- significant   that  the    old    agreement
sioner,   Mr.   Babcock,   the   difficulties covered  only   wages   and   hours,   but                 u TI.U Man<�� Way?
v.loch  the  New  Westminster delega- ,,ir' '"'"   Includes working conditions     -Man wants to be comfortable as a
tlon  had   to   contend   with   are  easily 'l,s"-                                                                 tat on a  warm hearth -ug, to feel no
seen. [(   |S   not   contested  that   raw   un-   Prick of conscience, to see nothing uh-
That  the new  Westminster fishery trained  unions   and   organizations of   PIeasant-such as tears or a wan face.
,',.',...,,,���,,���   i.,,i., i        ,      , ,.���  i                  ���           ,                            i It exasperates him to madness when
M-    mo,, backed up by the men r employer, not in touch with the spir-   he ,8 0DlIged ,��� see his wife Bad) but
oi this district, have won iheir fight, it '" modern Industrialism can estab- it never occurs to him to try to prevent
however, In spite of all the odds lish at once a perfect system of vol- her sadness.���Spinster In London M
against them, seems undoubted from untary arbitration. The mutual res- A. F
the decision announced hy the Minis- i"'*''- consideration and good faith ester of Marine an* Fisheries after con- -'mini are unfortunately of slow
ferences with both delegations and srowth. There was much tribulation
hearing the whole matter threshed along the path by which both parties
out for and againsi the contention of "' this agreement reached their pres-
the trap owners and cannerymen. ''"' appreciation of mutual rights and
Tha, decision, without  going into   le- obligations.    Both have learned by ad-j
lni,s  l""il   "'"   !,]]]   Particulars  shall versity, and employers and employees   most part, but during Lent, they crow-
have   been   received,   simply    means m other industries can profll by iheir   ed   everything  even   the   halves   and
.hai the main points contended for by experience.                                             i quarters   all night long.  It was a kind
the    Xew     Westminster    delegation   of penance.   These men were trained
.'���gain.,   the   formidable  and   stron civ The very latest project is for a .ail- ' f,mm r'li;,""'t"1 '" clw'   Sometimes in
,   ,                                               ��� ,.         ���       _,,                                     their childhood an operation was per-
supported  co*se  ,������  ������ agaiasl them, ��ay from   Hon  Simpson  to  Hudson's   -oniieil 0Il ������,���. tln,);���s t0 ^ ^em
,inve  been  won, and that  fishing will Ba-V-     "   would   doubtless  be  a   fine   a more cocklike delivery.   An ancestor
po    be  closed  above  the  New West- ''cute when   navigation   was  open   on   of mine on the maternal side was a
minster  bridge, and  I90S  will nol  be :l,<   Bay���bul   how  many  months out   famous cock crower In h!s day."���Lon-
di   lan 1  a   closed   season. "' the twelve would ii be open?             dou ,;r:|I��bic.
The limitation of fishing above the '              ""                                '"
hri Ige  io bona  fide residents of 'hi-
Coc-k Crox��er�����An Extinct Trade.
"Cock crowers In the pasl got kmoi!
pay," said an antiquary, "bul tbelrs is
an extinct business now. Cock crowers wen- employed by the rich in thei.-
town houses to crow the hour. They
crowed   only   the  rising   hour   for  the
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
Mr.   Fowler's   truculent   talk  aboul
,���   and   along   the   river  above  the exposures connected  with  "wine,  wo-
:     l.ae  will  nol   be considered a seri- !!l""  :""'  graft," seem- to be treated   LOST���On  Sixth or Columbia street
hardship,   nor  the  aided   twelve ''uther  as  a  juke  at   Ottawa,   excepl      a  lady's   gun-metal   watch,   valuer]
1  i    -   weekly  close   time,   especially lllal   nne  1"';irs :l  hinl  dropped   here      110t as   :l   time-keeper,   bul   for I
ii   th    fishi   men entitled to fish above :,li,i  there that  Mr. Fowler may prob-      ���':lKl'   ot   "!li   associations.     Pinde
a    iridge will also, ll  may be infer- ' :l Htilo mor,. in  the Invest!-      liberally  rewarded.    Return    o   '.
red,   have   the same   privilege below gallon and exposure line than he will      office. di
the     idge.    In some respects, doubt- altogether relish before the matter Is
li ss, the   k>< Islon of the minister is In finally    Iropped.
of a compromise between	
i . mteii ling sides, bul the hon-      T'"' fourth of March was a sort of
' war remain with the Xew West- r'-arette field dav in the Commons al
WANTED���Boj    I i   S\ p   out    offi<
in mornings.    \ iply  \   s  .! hnsl
Mr.  Wh ' ill* :'    ifflc* .   12  Lorne SI
city. de
We have just placed in stock a large assortment
of Boys' Clothing from size 28, fitting a 10 year
old boy, to size 33, fitting a 15 year old boy.
PRICES FROM $3.75 to $6.00
All in Norfolk styles, single and double breast.
PHILLIPS
:   "    lelegation,
Ottawa     A  resolution  looking  to the
WANTED   TO   RENT���A   five   or
IHE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
NOW  IN
AT
RyafSV
DRUG   STORE
Applications Wanted
Applications are in FR
DAY,   15th   in-'.,   lo
made   vacant   bj   the
Dr.  DeWoll  Smith ..     ���
o!  Health for this Cit*
W    \    !>'   ���
Clt.i   Hall.   N'ew   Wi
March  '.'.  II m
Special General Meeting
R. A. & I. Society
	
A  spe* ial   g* n*
lioyal Agricultural
cletj   will   be  held   In
Wednes lay, March ,'m  : '
Business:  Selei tins
vi ai'.-.   Exhibition :
liorl    from the diff,
mitti i a for this j ea
anj  othei   bin Ini   - I
. i    wish to hi Ing  : i
Bj
W,   I I    m
\1 inagei
N'i .���.   Wesl minster,   ll   *  ,
March   6-th,   1907.
NEW WESTM
CITY ASSESS,
LABOR ARBITRATION SUCCESS.
li troductl ni of a  bill lo prohibit  the      roomed   house    ,y     ��� n I;    o
importation, manufacture and sale of      Address "House," P. 0. box SS, cit;
1 i  nrettos  u as  ini rn luce I and nearly
.   r.ol merely as an organ of pub- o\ovy   member   present   proceeded   to GIRL WANTED   for general
l.c opinion thai  the Press proves i - i-ul himself on record In favor of the      work  and care of children.   Ap
. In  io a  foremosl   place among the motion.     it   Is    doubtful,    however,      to Mrs, J. Rosa Sharpe, Sixth avi
lers ol  men.    Occasionally oppor- whether such n bill will come before      nue and Tenth streel def-43
i    .  Is given ii  io wield the potent   the  House this session,
STRAYED    l-yeai ol I     Jersej     cow,
rope attached to hoi ns,   The tin .
will be rewar le i bj giving Infoi ni i
Hon  to   Dally  N'ews,  or   returning
Time of iu. ii.iiru. same to  I":: <i n's nvcnue,
s
COURT OF REVISION
<5 ���
THE CODE OF  HONOR.
ol   example   bj   exercising   I h
rlri uo    of    pi ai I; Ing    wh tl  ll
��� iches.    When  the oppoi lunlij   has
nrlsen  seldom     has  Ihe     press   I 'on   Dueling n�� n  Wm in l-'i-nuco In i'*��
I'i ind  wanting.    It is nol often however, that precepts and practise agree , i( it ;.|..r.' i������-,<
cost France, It was said, between 7, *   ',ULi PRINTING���\\e  work    for    the
^'Pether as In the attitude of the pa-    !11U|   8,000   lives  during   tho   twentj      best] pie   of New    Westminster,
pn-s towards arbitration and the prac-   years of Henry IV.'s reign, wns at It?      Von,-  order  will    be    appreciated.
ileal relations within the trade. Upon   height    when   his   son   Maine   to   the      ARROW   PRESS   Room     I     Dallv
News  Block, MRS,  DOMINY, Prop.
pnng vaultings
The   passion   for dueling,  which  had
NOTICE l.-i HKKKUY t!M
\   ������   menl    Rol
las been rei u ne i I
n m.i  office, ��!"���'���
letl bj  an;   p*   son havii
herein, until thi
i :  Ki'v bdon
The   flrsl   sitlln i
Revision on the    il I   '���
I al  the Ci
-
'
Just Arrived one of tne  largest  and  most *"! ,'   ""
a* n gald * nj on
complete stocks in Britisn Columbia MONDAY, Ap:i' 8, "e:it-
this  iiibjecl the Toronto Olobe dilates throne,   The cot il of Trent  in  I.M
v,ith Justifiable complacency.   "While ll;"1 Bolmenly condemned the prnctk-c	
tin   press of Canada and  the  United ofslugle combat, lu.parU.Uly lueludM.y
,,. ,       , , , principals,   seoonux   and   spectator
Ma,,s has Incessantly urged the set- iN  ,���,���������,  0|- ��� millimk,lllo,
liement   of   Idustrlal  disputes   bj   ar- t002 au edict of Henry pronoui .1
hltratlon   and   has  discouraged  overy "damnable custom of dueling Infroduc
tendency   to   resort   to  actual  hostlll- ed  by  tho corruption of tliu century"
lies   the  sound   precepts   have   I n to be the cnuse of so inany piteous m
���Ftlengthened   and   supported   by    the cldeuts, to tho extreme regret and dls    Tuo doors from  Ceo. Adams, Grocer
pleasure of the king ami lo II,e Irrep
i F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER, $5.00 UP
OVERCOATS TO ORDER, $17.C0 UP
i.   '���:
ni to o'clock iu ihe mi
pi rsou Intending to ip
the nssessmenl must do
practical   adoption  and    maintenance
io  be  flled  with  the  i
leasi seven days befi i
ting of  the  Court,
W. A. DUNCAN l  ���
c   . c    .                      .                        r   J J     c  '     I        ���            ���    Clty Hal1' March6' ,:,":
oatistactiun duarantccd or  money   refunded.     Quits  kept  in   repair -
INOTICI
arable damage of tho statu "that  wi
oi one of the most extensive and sue- Buouid   COunl   ourselves  unworthy   i.'    Ladies'Gold Watches from $12.75 up
eossful arbitration agreements in the 1, dd  tho scepter If we delayed to re      Gentlemen's  Silver   Watches,   open
liiu-triil   world  today,    This agree- press tho enormity of this crime."          face, $6.00
menl   has  been  In  existence  for  five A whole series of eilieis followed tn      Gentlemen's Silver   Watches, double
years between the American N'ewspa t!l" s:l""' effect, bul ll was easier In  case, $7.60 up
per pubMshers of Canada and the Unl ^"lKo ,��?1k*ta   "l:l"   "   "'""IV"   lll0U1'     Agent for the celebrated South Bend
, ,,    , ,       ,.      , ... Degrnuatlon,   ImprlHonmnnt,   contisen    Watches, suppled to the We man Arc-
led,States and the Intern, lalTypo- tion of property, loss of civil rights an,; tic Expekion.   All warranted.              n-_   rr,,N.^   Pm�� ������-
graphical Union which Includes work-   death  were tho penalties attac I  i,     Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc. 2'7   FRONT   STREET
ers in all the mechanical trades em (he Infringement of lhe laws agalmt1    Watch repairing; charges reasonable   Cor. McKenzie  ancl  Front
free uf charge for one year.     Gpsn evenings.
 THE -
UP-TO-DATE  TAILOR
M. LANGTRY
i   M   m,"
All members ol R ���
l/odgea of Knights of I' \      ���
King   Knights,  are  ii"!1'1
le  Hall  ai G l��
al  Castl
in xi,   Man
���i, io, ro.
attending divine -���'���'������
Presbyterian Church.
S. NORMAN, l
D.  (ilios^
MAN AY, MARCH  11, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
I!CASH STORE
F
li
i     !
iquets and      Qttil ��� men who
'' "     "       he Flor- h      In m      ��� |      ,   wi,h  ,lu,
! societies   for   the   abolishmenl   of al-
coholic liquor, h ivi   bee        i  ted to
 rne :  : i om     ���
'    lon    within   tl
days, and will listen to a charge
even,n    "'    ���    drunk   and   Incapabli    being   read
asaini I   them in the police coun  this
��� ltI1   -���-    -      ' ,in-
on Saturd       ��� ���    preside a
1181111
In ihatiK-'i--' Our :. - ���i��� banner
in winch they have patronized i lng thi   Mammoth Pur
Sale now In pro ,M \\\���. ���,, remind them
(who ha . ;  themselves   of    '
'": ' h    offered) thai we 1 I .- quantltj  of g 1
I    ed  prices, which   must  be  positively cleared
lor several consignments   now due  from   the east.    We
have  carpel   remnants  still  going   al   the   exceptionally
previous!;,   advertised.     So hu I   ou want them In good lengths
wh
���   hon-      |        hi      ' II ���
.     .-    ,     ,   ,
in    I    n i     lefh    - tie    I     '
\ .     .
....
iVedn* :    ,.    ���    ...     , ..
AS SPRING OPENS  UP
niiiU   di iph       o    ip in.
a     Interesting nni     111 mu ,
li   -io.;,.   One day it'll        u 1<
��� 'Ii   ���""   silks and ���    ,
��� "   eacl   ol     i   lines of uooii
mllllne  .   hesldi
: ���   |   BBONS.
clannish  displa    o    Scotcl
a    affetu      We impo
��� - ope I    Si otch    1 v'en -m .
��� on, a    ic      -
��� ;       Lf.'.E'.ROIDERlES.
pecla   lln,   o ie     ro i
������   "i   n   eight   in: : ���   i
Swiai   embToideries   a n
Ihi  work,  flowers, el i
:   "���    hundred    pi   ti
.:    .    ll
E      PLAIDS, BOTH  SILK AMD WOOL.
:       v !     ���       i,      blui
..:, .     W hi te     ' m :..
:     Vlaleolm Mel
:.    and   fani
Oc, 65
oiderl I      :
���SOc
.      ienili
\ woman from Mounl  Lehman was
fought   ��� i   the   cltj   yesterday after-
''" one of the rivi boats .
��� rovincial
Inin, she having recent 1;    \
[ Ij insane.   Considerable difficult] was
 in ferrlng her from
Hn    bo u   i i   the   conveyance   which ���
-   , st,;.,tti,     '   '    ' the 'i-'. lun    hi
... uirsts being pitiful to behold.
' "     ' -   ' PI n-rpie.l
msfor Glasgov    (Capl  Wain
��� ���   thai
has ���:   ���     thi       rt, afti
      to th
il    '   which ha "    hin-1
���   ns,  will  fli
and will proh- !
i     Br ... ' Valparaiso
'' ''���'���       3aw mill    dm--
 '''"���'        I2nric ���       Italian
the .,, ., cnarge 0{ commit.
an  Ininior ffensi
morning,    ' i
01 j tice M Idli     ���        thi    story'
for | of a twelve-yi -.       ������..     ������
ffcien ������   Inci    thi    accused.     A
troi h       ie, n made oul in the
police   couri   against     Pi       '       ant"
the   ll - : ,sa ��� In   gi    ���
ther   unexpected   to  those   who   hai
be In;   the developments.
...Lee's Furniture Emporium...
t
i
DUPONT   BLOCK.
MEW  WESTMINSTER, B.   C.
Good Potatoes
$1.25 per sack!
^
AT
ADAMS & DEANS
= THE CITY GROCERY =====
  (hel
Invite
: II     | i
ivided.   The
��� uti   > ilnmi ni will taki        o    n   tin
M k. of P. hal
THRILLING   NEWS.
ILL FATED AUTHORS.
>    H
ad   whiti
������������
: \   ; i-RMENTS.
h*
wi   ������' ei   ba       W ���
... . -      Thi    ilg l
:       '.' ii    .-
iene
excellent
Pa.   sl   ��� -
Pan waists ol   wl    ���
:.'.    JPP.ING   COATS   FOR   LCEh
rini
:       ' hi    ���
I   ..    r ���     iti     51.25
il.OO
i	
.   6Cc.   '5i     u      J1.00
75c. $1.25
��� | doths
-    IO   >   25   $1 10   and $1.75
- ncl    now   ls
i i    eeo m-.   smashei
. .   .
, .      when the nev
���   "
new coats B1 $8.50, ��
skirts now o i -      Pe
nk you'll 6i       hem i
'   ..._    i l    si -
imi   ,;.    - ��� ��� . - -    Is -.     -  ' ���
oeck s<: ges        adclotl      \'ii
.       -
s        ��� ��� 5     i   Vo
-   I.' .:     . ISI  . il      -
-
$2.50
-
$2.50
THSMITH
267 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER
I!--:   Di3      ...     0|   pn,,,.    p...:..< Wi-Htg   Whose   Works   Proved   Their
tbe Medical World, 0vvn Death Warrants.
It is difficult al  this daj  to re-       tu times gone b) monarchs gave
alize whal the excitemoiil must have t'lor;  ''""'   to the authors of books
been both in tin  world a   larg*  and that off led them    Tiie Bourbons,   See Ollf Window and Door
among  the  med   a    prol    ioi    on foi  instance, did not scruple about
the discover    ������    cthe      Tin   late paving a   a   ;"   to "remove"'those
Sii    Benjamin    Ri hard oi    ;'    hia ��'>';'"'".   such   as   tl      gifted   Paul
"Vita ilediea'   i   -*    ai ���    of Courier,    whoso   works   displeased
the en oi   ��� I iel   p       le*   in them    SToi ���'���    tl    great Xapoleon
the   medien    eolleg*    al    Glasgow hesitate at all in shooting or hang-
when tin   n ���     reached the ph ��i- ing the ttnhapp   ai   I u* who crossed
,.,,,.. ,,     | ,   -ity. ;"   P^h.
Accord rn    m    custom,   h   large      ��n on* i       executed the
class ��� a   sei  pi    i   tin collegi  thea- P"!,i; ;    '!    Palm    "f
ter, *       -       ir the mid la   l*   tu v. NTureml iti    kin*
���   . ���,;-,-,;',.- ,r. Dr, V| . ... Buchanan, ' "  because thai individual refused
wm   al' a      s*     msl ' ' ' : "- author.
but '        e after mil ut*   ,vei I  by       v 'l We fi te hef     - nineteen-
Hno he i      not appe       fini  h  he year-old auil ire | '������
1 came, bul   ml-   t*   sa;    t*   the stu- was read by no ol       person than
dents'   greal   ���    prise,   that   thero ii-     'iter   n  lad)  ol  the  Empress
ii   no lecture that dav.   He Elizabeth of Kussia's court, and the
had,     ....,,.    ���    T   ' empress   herself.    This  wi     Vera
,,,,,,  ,      , .    ..   f,       the fact thai >':'J' ''��� wl o v r* te ahoul 200 lines
���    . ,           had   bei      discovered :       ver       atirizing   the   ei ipress'
whicl cat i     ��� '   "
could b*    ��� t paii In youthful pride and i  lern e
��� I       ��� ..   ���...,     ���   .,v   to the girl showi manii crip,  to
,���.!;., man- to take pari l"".'1 "f the couri ladies.   To curry
,    re in thc ti news' favor with the * thi   - n an
fin,]  | .... -  ,0 show* I it to 1      ibi ,:    who there-
.... ,.,..,      \ . .    i-..     ..   .     .
0^ , . ,  |    ,     [f it l-i        5 cruelly 1 nouted  and  1 misbed  for
dav '- ���    ���    ���   yi our life to Siberia.
m,     ��� A poem has even hi        .....
I  .. < . ,'���. ���,!'���: of its wi nd in 1- ug
>  land too    James 1. was tho i fend
to tl i '     '   Williams   thc
���;    .    . ; poet.   Wi  inelo ed
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATERPROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
JUST TO HAND.     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.    SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Linos at giving away prices.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
CLOCKS!
Marble Cased  .        .   $16.00 to
$35.00
Iron Cased  .        .        .    8.00   "
13.00
Polished Wood Cased     6.50   "
10.50
Fancy Gilt        .        .        2.50   "
9.00
China           .        .        .    2.50   "
10.00
Nickel Alarms.        .          90c   "
2.00
StE   OUR    WINDOW
W. C Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTON   WATCHES
fe Spring Weather Is Mailing things Move!
four SPECIALS Sold Ihis Week. Here is No. 5
Vndrcw Bin '            " '   ' "" '     "'   *
theopei '       ; '' " ' '" ''       "     "       '   ' " ' r'ar"
������ iv's wl id n ped  to   the
.,-,,,.  ���.       |] .   \|        |    .       ' ��� ���   ��� ' ..... ,���,.
ribed the ] ther t]         I'ernal niacini
���     i   |,i        m  it.    I'I  When ��� n il nature
tl , ..       t for. 1111 ] ! ��� i 111 c in ������'  ��� of ,:" nts leaked  out,
rather proud of boinjT tin        " '  !   ;,t
,:, ,  , ,,��� in Seolhiiid to en       (be thc j* ��� i    '; al  �����* re leveled al  I irn
1,onoi   ind pond  I  rl    i   i"g from   11 pai       ' '     kingdom that
,,, v in,(        ... !ie ha I tl      unate John Wil- .
'li.. .. ������,���       |       red. liams harnred. di 1 and auartered.
��������������>��***���������������������������������������������*>����*<��****���������������������������*���������������������������
���
E tablished \-
Incorporated t90 ���
i Gilley Bros m!
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
THE HOUSE OF LORDS.
-... I,    ,    l ; l . ,   ,i    ���'   ���   ' Mi   tnsiiliitl
Very nice home ii
1 1-2 storeys, 6
water, bath, chiJ
with fruit.    (
he West End.    liouse
n  ,   hoi   and cold
i good K;s
3i    Price $1575.
, [IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY ?
McLEOD, MARK & CO
'he Farm Land Specialists."
New  Westminster
ADVERTISE  IN   THF. NEWS
l-Ie lau��lie*l        t and     nt llu
the | ��� I    ' ' ' ' ' ��� '    ' '   l"    '' '"
m   .   !,... ��� .. finnll     '"'   '
and   llu-    perati      '  illiantlj      M ft]  , ,���,���.��� , ....
perfoinn ' .        ��� iii ���
* II - Fate, |   iitleineii, relit   I I       ���'���.''    ���
Mm :   m.,.  .  sh  Hn '   is  famous of I   ' ������''.!   m1*       ��� ��� ���
��� .,  ii. . i i i iien nnd '1- partj  rands    .'im �� ^ drop In! * rath
j . ��� i   iv,      if    hii h n's   enter- er tlitui rreni I llidr.        I cent ball,
:,,.      ,     ,,.        ,      ., fn,       MiM i���Ki   -ihe   mail   eoveretl   baron,,   v>-hn
,.'.    ., i    ,t 11,1, '��� ..;il, proudh I i battle led their vassals from
f:,"���,,'     ' ,       '   I" Hi Wren     th 1       J  (|   pnl(lstlU(,s    ,���,���..  ,���   tl)e
";;!""  '  "      :"    '' Ul�� l"v,',v tilleS ilnysof lh- Henrys nml K.Uv.irds, but
af I'1'     ^'i''1     "��� , in'one  point   the  house  has  always
S',    keeps her ivita nbotil her in mnft1tn!ncd Its ehnrnoter tliroujrli cen
 liiiments,   and  children, tin.|,,s   it |s nn nrlstocraey of birth, but
no 1        r I        >dd Iheir que li".)-' it  |3 still  more empbatlcnlly one of
,    ...   .. ���      r -i'nn|) her.   She wonltli    1'ho law of entnll and prlmo-
,     rendv ivith an apt reply. prenlture lias kept tbe landed estates to-
I       ,       ; , ��� ,      ' Iren's partj ot getlier ms far ns Ibe law can,   Many
,;.,..,,,   millionaire's   houso   in have passed by helrosses to new names
..      .��� .,.,110,1- h-iiuietied "r,""'" sold by spendthrift lords, many
���,'.,!,: holders of ancient titles Have lost the
1 !   : ''I;     ilu wealth thai Rlkled tbelr aneostors' cur
'    !  '' w'"ri"' ouets   but  n.-w  peers nre nlniosl  aW
\ boy questioned the prov- w;ivs rirll  ,llM n Htle ,,, siui .,��� ilt.
ptly. _     .      ��� fraction to an heiress,   We sometlmej
"But wasn't the worm foolish,*! bear tbnt the house of lords ropresontl
.-.'.    ni get up early and t�� nothing.   This is false,   it represents
,ir',..* properly.   Tennyson's new Lincolnshire
i,.,r" sftid Miss Shedlock, farmer,   whose  horse's  boots   trotted
worm hadn't been to bed at "proputty, proputty   Pvoputty." Is the
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1 THE DAILY NEW'
M0NDAY,  MARCH
TIMBER   NOTICES.
ANCIENT LITERATURE.
��� ���e ���r Tr^Luew.., �����..     NOTICE IS  HEREBY GIVEN thai
From De��trnct��on. :;i: days after (Inte. we intend to apply
Considering that the whole of undent! ,��� ,)u. Honorable the Chief Commis-
literature wns confined lo manuscript, Ljoner ()1- Lands and Works tor a Bpe-
it is wonderful thai so much of lt has Lja] |jcenBe t(, carry away timber from
come down to u>.   Tue preservation of I ^ fo]]owil)g described   lands  in the
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Instance, do we owe all that we have
of Tacitus. This is the more remarkable since the emperor
bad eopies of the work
gulshed ancestor placer"
perial libraries und
New Westminster's Music House
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PENITENTIARY    SUPPLIES.
Sealed tenders addressed "Inspect-
on of Penitentiaries, Ottawa," anl
endorsed "Tenders for Supplies," will
Im received until Monday. ISth March,
inclusive, from parties desirous of
contracting for suplies, for the fiscal
yi ai 1907-1908, for the following ;
��� ��� nl Ions, namely:
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Sej arate m n lers will    be received
I  ; each of    the following classes of
*- ipplies;
i. Coal,
2, Coal oil,
3   Coi dwood.
I. Drugs,
". Dr;  goo Is,
.. i'i.-.!- e,
:. Fresh fish.
. Fresh meat.
!'. Croc ri< s.
' ���. Har Iware.
::   Leather.
12. Milk.
1.1. Oils and Palnl .
M. Poi k and Bacon,
IG, Sole  I.e.������ther.
Tinware.
I ��� tails of Information ns to form  if
ntract, together with forms of tender, will be furnished on application
to the Wardens,
All supplies are subjecl to the approval of the Warden,
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
GEO, W. DAWSON,
Inspectors of Penitentiaries.
Department of Justice,
Ottawa, February 14, 1907.
FARMERS!
ft' Fraser River Tannery
NOTICE.
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   FOR    HIDES.
The public is hereby notified thai
I Captain Watt, ma ! r of the ship
Chelmsford, will not be responsible
fo. any debts that may be contracted
1*   the crew of the said ship.
(Sgd.) CAPTAIN WATT,
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The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse, I
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
J.   H.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,'
l Vancouver, B   C.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
li. E. WALKER, President, UK.   LAIRD, General  Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
| UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
of I.lvy,
i man
he wns
of  that   name
; of his distln-
in all the Im-
���auseil ten copies
of them to be transcribed yearly, still,
only the one copy has been  found In
modern times.
A page of the second decade
we are told, was discovered by
of letters on a battledoor whlli
amusing himself In ihe country. He
rushed up to town, but lie was too lute,
for the battledoor maker "had used up
all his parchment the week before.*1
Two manuscripts of Cicero on "Glory"
were presented to Petrarch, who lent
them to an old preceptor. This latter
gentleman, being pressed by want,
pawned them nnd died wi tin lit revealing the name of the pawnbroker. Two
centuries afterward they were mentioned In a catalogue of I ks bequeathed to a convent, but could not
be found, it Is supposed that Petrus
Aleyonlus, the physician to the Institution, appropriated them and, having
transposed some of tl
Ills own writings, d
mis,
The original Magna Charta of England has certain mutilations, presumably from a pair of shears, it is said
that Kir Richard Cotton, calllug one
day at his tailor's, discovered thai that
man was holding In his hand ready to
out up for a pattern a copy of the
great Magna Charta, with ali its appendages and seals.
thoughts  tu
strored the orlgi-
('nasi  District:
No. i. Commencing at a stake planted on shore of Tsi Das. Lagoon, near
X. w. Cor. T. ll. 6829, thence north
50 chains, east 128 chains, south 50
chains, west 128 chains to poinl oi
commencement.
No. 2. Commencing at a stake planted about 300 feet from easl shore of
Actron Sound, near S. W. cor, T, !..
6039, thence south 80 chains, east 80
chains to line of T. L. 6941, north 80
chains to shore of Huaskin Lake, west
SO chains, more or less, to place ol
commencement.
N'o. 3. Commencing al the S. E. corner T. L, ".Ml', aboul one mile from
head of Forward Harbor, \. E., ilu nee
north 80 chains, east in chains, south
L60 chains, west in chains, north 80
chains to place of commencem* nt.
No. l. Commencing al the S. W.
i orner of T. I.. 7904, aboul one mile
north Of the head of Frederick Ann.
thence wesl SO chains, south 10 chains,
east 80 chains and south 10 chains
wiih line of T, I.. 7439, thence easl
10 chains to shore at S, VV. corner lol
274, thence north SO chains, west 10
chains, more or less, to poinl of com
mencement.
DATED this 26th day of February,
1907.
The Mclaughlin lumber co, Ltd.
By C, R. McLaughlin, Pres. and M. D.
LAND REGISTRY AT.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN
STEAD   REGULATION
HOME
,le Don i .,, i
Any availabli
In the Railway |
bia, may be horn*       ���, , ,     Uh*
or any male over
the extent of   om
160 acres, mon
Action 01
Entry must  be mad.    ,
the local land ,
which the land . '""��
The homestea i .,.
form  the condition .       ���*
with under one of ��� ^
(1)    At leas, .
upon and   cull ...
each year tor i in a
THE STICKLEBACK.
After   Winning   11    r'ljrlit    III*   Colon
Take  on   llrij?.h(cr  Him-k.
Most courtly and gallant of lish ls
the three splued stickleback, the he-
loved "tiddler" of British youth, These
little fish derive their name fr
sharp spines with which they are
armed and which they can raise or depress at will.
'lh' female stickleback is the model
wife uf a model husband. She dues
nut leave her eggs to chance, bul establishes a nest or nursery for their
reception, over which ber Irritated little husband keeps a Jealous guard.
Woe betide the rival "tiddler" who
rashly approaches too closely the domicile of his neighbor during the breeding season. With all bis spines tixed
for action the warlike parent steams
out to offer biui battle.
The contest that ensues Is desperate,
the combatants darting at each other
with lightning rapidity, biting and
Striking at each other with their spines-,
a well directed cut from which weap-
on of offense will often rip up the
body (if the adversary, sending him to
the bottom
But most remarkable of all is the
decoration which nature bestows upon
the victor. The brilliant green of his
mail becomes tinged with gold, while
bis red throat blushes to a deeper line
than ever.
<*n the Other hand, his vanquished
assailanl, should he be fortunate
euouj-'h to escape with his life from the
battle, loses his brilliant and martial
uniform of red. green and gold and re-
tlres to -ome ..I scure corner of bis native pond, attired in a humble civilian
uniform of sober and sorrowful gray,���
Inn,dee Ad\ ertiser.
I'lirNl.-ius'   Bread.
There Is no city In the world where
so much bread is consumed as In Par-
Is. It is estimated that every Inhabitant eats om- pound a day on the average. Even In past centuries tbe French
���especially Parisians--had a horror of
stale bread. And. as in those dayi
people manufactured their own bread,
tlic-y had a curious way of making It
palatable. Strange as it may seem, the
bread they prepared���huge round or
jquare slabs was used as a dish on
which the meal wns carved and bore
the mime of "trati.'h'iirs." or "tailloirs."
The   Juice   0f   ||���.   ,,,,,.,,    bav|ng   ,���.,���,.
tratod Into the bread imparted a pleasant taste and prevented it from becoming ilvy.
Hlffli Priced < opy.
During ii." slego of Kli rley the .
editor of the only daily  paper there
was  often   hard  put   to  ilml  enough
news. Oue day iu a clubroom he found
Cecil Rhodes rending a fairly new pa-
l or from * ape Tow n.   lie borrowed It
ami rushed to his own office, where it |
soon  reappeared   i
Belling like hot cakes,
In-   he   met   Rhodes,   who   Inquired,
"Where's my Cape Town paper?" "Ob,
1 CUt it Uli f.,r the |iriiiters." w.is th��
reply, "Dease don't do that again,"
said Rhodes mildly.  "That paper earns
through ray native runners  l cost
me $1,000."
TAKE NOTICE that application has
been made to register Edgar L. Webber as the owner in Fee Simple, under
a 'lax Sale Deed from the Reeve and
Clerk of Surrey, to Edgar L. Webber,
bearing the date 5th day of .January.
A.D, 1901, of all and singular that cer-
m the tain parcel or tract of land and premises situate, lying and being in the
District of New Westminster, In the
Province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and described as
Lots 1 and 2 of Block 10, subdivision
of South East quarter Section 10,
Township 1.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the tax imr-
chaser wilhin thirty days from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, otherwise I shall register Edgar L, Webber, as owner ihereof in
fee. Ami I hereby ord'r that publication of this notice for fifteen days
In a daily newspaper published at
New Westminster will be good and
sufficient service thereof.
DATED at tbe Land R* - Istry Office.
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 17th day of January, A.D,   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar,
To Thomas Jeffries, Esq.
All persons served \\ Ith this n 11* e,
and those claiming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any interest in the said land by virtue of anj
unregistere I Instrument, and all persons claiming any interesi in the
said land by descent whose title
is not registered under the
provisions of the "Land Rei Istry Act,"
shall be forever estopi ed and th bar
red from setting up any cl Ini to or
in respeel of the said land so sold for
taxes as provided by the "Lar. 1 lb
try Act."
A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts [may be opened
ducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits rf $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed al current rates
depositor is subject to no delay whatever in thc withdrawal
of the whole or anv portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. It. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY EVENINGS, S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
The
TAKE NOTICE thai an application
has ine��� made to register James Lord
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Minor and
Treasurer of the City of X< w West
minst* r, to Patrick T. now!.;-, bearing date the ISth day of August, A.D,
li"'-'. of all and singular thai certain
i ai, el or tracl of land and preml se
Bituate, I; lng and I eing In the City
New Westminster, In the Provin ������
ol British Columbia, inure particularly
known and described aa Lots 10 and
11, Block "li" St, Patrick's Squa e.
ifou   and   each   Of   .vou   are   required
to contesi  the claim of the tax purer within forty-five days from ihe
date of the  flrsl   publication ol  this
���" ' ���   othe wise    l    shall    register
a special edition,   James Lord as owner thereof In fee,
That same even    And I herebj certify thai  publication
oi   this  notice   for   thirty  days in   a
dally newspaper published    at    New
Westminster will  be good  and  suffl-
cienl service thereof.
DATED ai the Land Registry Office
N'ew  Westminster, Province of  Brit-
��� ��� I Ish   Columbia   this   1st   day   of   Kebru-
Tin Long Lived Orclild Flowar.       ary, A.D,   1907.
Even when orchid  flowers are fully 'c'g   KKITH
aeveloped they may remain uncut up-; ' ",,. ,'. , ',,
on the plants for two ���r three week,.,.    ,. ,.,,.     D*8trl��t Registrar.
without  apparent deterioration.    This '""!V E,],0tt' K*"'
gives them a manifest advantage over A" Persons served with this notice,
most flowers that have to be cut im-' an<l those claiming through or under
mediately upon or even in advance of them, and all persons claiming any
''Ma-iihiis ini] maturity.-Country Life   Interesl in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered Instrument, and all
persons claiming any interesi in Hie
said land by descent, whose title is
nol registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estoppel  and debarred  from
setting up any claim to Or In respeel
Of  lhe  said  land  so sold  for taxes  as
provided by the "Land Registry Act."
������   lenee
(2)    if the fa
lai her Is dei ea
er r*   Ides upon ,,
o; the land enti
men's a- to re
by    such    j erson    ���
!': ther ��� .    .   ���her.
in    II  the   ��� ���
enl  resl len* e up
ed bj  him in tl
st* .ul.   the   requ
:��� nee maj   be *
upon the said lan I.
Six months' notice in v,     ���    .,   ,
be given to the   C ner of Do- j
minion Lands at 0  i ,:. .:. r.
to apply for patent
Coal lands maj    ��� ed at IK
per acre for sofl ci . *j. ���,- .,.
thraclte.     Nol  mon .  , ,.
can be acquire i ���   ������
company.   Royaltj .-.
i. n's per ton of 2,01 '
collected on the gri s   i
W. v.    ORY,
!'��� ; iiy of Lhe M i    ���   of be Ij.
terior.
N, B.���Unauthoi i, |
:',,:.-   advertisement
for.
and [con-   ,n America.
Never!
Mrs, Styles-My husband has the nt-
most confidence In me. Mrs. Myles-
Lid yon ever ask him to let ?ou cut
bis hah?   Yonkers Statesman.
He who restrains not his tonfw
Mall live In tronhie.-Brahman MuxU,
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS  HER] : '. E.N
sixty   days  after    ..   -
apply   to   the   Horn the Chlel
Commissioner of  I
for  permission  to   ; e the I
lowing tract of land -���'       I in Coasl
District,   for a  Mill Sin      Coi
lng at a post planted   n
S.   E,   Arm   Huaskin ' 5
W.  corner  T.   L.   N*
Soulh   10    chains;
South 1" chains, u.    ��� ��� N E
shore of Turnbull C ence Wesl
with shore line 20 N'i ri
chains;   East   .".    chail
chains,  more  or    I*
Huaskin    Lake;    tl ��� n ���     l>     l
shore line 20 chail
point   of   commen ��� i ���
40   acres,   more  or   li
DATED this  Huh
1907.
The  Mclaughlin
LTD.
By C. R. McLaughlin, ;  ���
LAND REGISTRY ACL
TAKE NOTICE thai .
be* n  made to  registi
as the owner ln Fee Slmpl*
'Dux  Sale Deed  from  C    \   Carncro
Reeve and E. M. i'.r-- Clerk  I
the   District   of   Shim   .     '
Ihe  1-lth day of D* cen   i      \|). '
Of all and singular thai   ���
or tract of land and pr<
lying and I,eing In th*  Disi
Westminster, In the Pr<
ish Columbia, mon
and   described   as   I ' '
ol Section 25, Bloi I  "���
West.
You   and   cull   '
iii contesi   the clal
chaser wilhin I'orlyl'r. ���
date  of the  firs!   . i
notice.  I shall regist* .  ;
as owner thereof In fi ���.     *Ul1
eci   thai   publication   * I
for  thirty  days in  B  du
published  al   New   W*
be good and BUfflcienl
DATED al the Un
New   Westminster,  Pr* ��� nc*    I B
ish Columbia, this  i!';'   ���
ary, A.D. 11*07.
C, S KEITH.
Dliiti cl Reg' ������
To Thomas Archibald  Mclnn*    >���'���
Ail   persons  serv* I
tice,  and   those claiming
under  them, and   all   i" : ""���   c"'v
ing any interesl  In th*   said lan��  ���
virtue of    any    unregistc i I
ment,   and   all  person    clnln I
Interest  In  the said land by  :'
whose   title   is   not   registered    -
I       I'i   ���
the provisions of the    Land ��
Act,"  shall  be forev*       "'I '|;'|ii;l
Rai
any
debarred   from  settlni
to or in  respect of the i |1(,
sold    for   laxes   a      ,     ���il''1
"Land Registry Act," n.V
CD
T1TK DAM NEWS
VOL'
than carefully study the following
lisl of properties for sale by us.
EVEITJ .\\\ ikhv bargains are
listed EVEM PAY bargains arc
an not do better    Sol(i*   EVERY 1\\\ prices aro ris-
,   ���     , ing and TO-DAY is your opportun
ity. We have choice farms fin< residential properties, lots throughout tho
city for building purposes Elomes for the people. If you have not already
[ailed on us. do so now.   1; will repay you,
Tel. 333
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Oni   :   '   56x132 ft. on
iuui       Av>- nort^ S1<ie'
uf m.-v 6, S. block
"*;������    $1,000, half cash,
I bal. 6    ' cent.   Lane on
ack oi lot.
:   cash.
t* i
20, 21   fac*   on 1*  li
.     ��� '..��� .
��� -  $200  e.u ll      P     ���
��� ���   .-.'      .
���  in  Sapp* rton   fa   .
!'. ic*   $150  C3S-.
7 : . ims      a'     :  .
������ i. hoi and * dd  wat*
avenue   an I
i'ii ������ $2,400. '���_��� < a
tail   .,.:.-   betwei m
Eighth   avenue;   so
��� ���
Price
$2,500.
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;   full   size:
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eared;
Eighth and Seventh
aven
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Cumberl
and     strtet.
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cash.
rwelfth   Bl:���'������'.    ���
I aven ie.  wesi sl .
full   size.     Prl* "   *
: Lota   bel sveen   Sevi   I
llton streel, easl  .
. i leare i and fence i,
m one of the lol . I
nee one year al  7 pot
ill  mile w
mt, I. x.
i.
:ill   MI-MI.
$9,460, terms
ig ite.
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50x150, n ll
de cltj  limits
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i  lot.    Fuller
isrl Iculars  ou
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ll-Jn
li
m cottage, Tih Ave.&
St., facing Tth Ave.; 2
full sized lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room.
��� : sheds, peach, a )ple,
pear and plum trees. Price
$1800, half cash, bal. 6&
12 mos. at 7 per ct.
���  .  Westminster dl ii rlct, i"
i uli Ivatlon,  10 acres or
i  :n :"   bIr iwbori ies   pi inte i
' ler botl im lan ': running
I IS x 22;  frame barn 30
���   :   ime ho ise  and  co��s
ee in nil, stable S cow   an I
ne i" Ml ..mi Station;
uu  lie     near    al    hand;
��� h day; aboul lo i
���     fir an I ri lai. ;n". oi boon
refused   for   standing
i  '���  '. "i ig  10  x  '.' I.   hen
In we I tlinbe    laid  In
\ i ii in I a III
$9,000; $4,000 (:ish. balam o il   i
$7,000.
20
..
A
��� ". . ���    fruil
ii, $20 pei ar re
10 i   ��� - In     ���
li
lan l-
c. 32,  Timber, fii
Good Huil;   vi i I  i
FRONT   STREET
lol.   .*.*.*
M . RCH1E   ROAD.
;   PEB   AC R E
-    ..���    ..   .
?! ���    -
5 '  ' "'���"
JUST  A SPECIAL   M'!.;,
SPLENDID HOUSE
'    . '     RES    .'��� : ���
...
-     .
'
per
hodm board i
;
P*
and otl ...
-       ���    -
clay si .
���
> ��200.00i
$2000   cash.
St :: ;���
F... g zed ..: No 8
twe< - :���. & ';���'-..
���������'  ?1     "is;  s ...       >. ;0
���.'   casi- ba
LOTS     OF      LOIS
In     BROV\ \S\ ILLL
Near  thc  Bridge
Cheap
One acre in block % be-
tweer   18th and 16th St.
Sth Avr.   Price $75(
l ���> cash bal eas>
|,|     ��� ...-......'  ._ ...     ..:     CO
..       strei    :���      ��� Both w e ������
'���    :��� .     iv,. r.
... .   . .       . . ...   ..
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.     .      ... K    ���
......    : ...
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t    'mil     ... ���     f. ���;.. ts oi     ' '���'���
��� . ������      :.���.>��� 8oo   $90*
str   H       .....
66 > $850 cast-
I J <.;...-, ;*-.f ztxutc
"lis Srst fv" ��v -v\ ic< cr.
��� ��
I
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ELECTIONS^
anient  rns previous   'nvres o neures
Illuminated hy Flemish ����� tint!   ol   rht
fiiV<vnfh eeirttiry, Is rhe prayei book of
v.. ������<   ...,,.���..,,-.�����i....   ,i,.. -i,',   ..    , onin
\'   /.   Prance, for which 26,000 francs
wai onci offered   '���'> ���   lllu loni In
lh*   bool   -������'������'   mi ���'���   >.-   ��� '������   p|��� ������ !���-���
J^finmif.lci
:
s:
-a ...
Sen ������ ,   .,:..
oear 1 ���     storeys,
5' 600
s, Sappi
6 Lots facing Columbia
street. Sai i (rl n, $l,i .
half cash, bal. on easy
terms.
MS'   '      .     -...      s
I ��� n i - .   m -   n   ���
s; ooo.  ���. ( ash   '���.
... .......     . - .      .m.
trees     S ��� -��� * :.  s   ���-. .
nest, on u
sized v v:.
.
a*	
$300 eas;
Ni \R   A, GAS  FAMINE.
th.     ilM>!��   Vi.-ll,-.
Pew householder! li   N'"   Vork cltj
���n |J0  t,...,-.    |  ...    .-,,    .��� .,.     ...    j,--....,
striki ������������ '��������� win ever forgel '"'">���
ersergency. n w-s* indeed �� time *te
try men\ -:oiil<! when nri one knew
whether the price of eof,i would r>e
come proh '������ I ve ihe nerl week or th��
nes���   " onth
^-.-s., . were making an sorts 6t experiments wiih fuel -bricks soaked in
compressed pent nnd other triin����i
which hud never been nie,1 for fuel be
tore The ������������>*! men did their best trt
htisbatrd ibe resOOTCes of tbe city, but
ij.si.ee       ^ i />-r '-lime went on they begun to tftlk of
* ''    '*'-''''   * ��       ��� .. .       a..
refn��in6; to '���ell  to IheNiero  find other
 nmmanding   n,n.v-,, ,,  ent and �� doling out
        ���'   ���'"   ttio remntntriK supply in sueb pi^ior
���'���     ������    ���   ���  ha   '-..'������''    tt.M-in as to meM the iieed 6t nil who
��� ������ ������  vi  i "ecently papered)   would actually siiifei wlthottl <-oal and
conveniences     hoi   and   '** ,hP ,'',K'!, f*u "n i,���>";'!������ ��1"'v '���,'"1,',
tis.id  11     H  sei   ied aa ii  the popula
;..'   .-������
���
��. 500
We  have   * fev   valuable  lota: ���
IS
Between 9th streel and Sth street.
Between  3rd  and   ath   avenue.
������   eel
1<h,- T\'��H��i<-r'l T>1��!i.
KBcefflei   ���   '-   F ���������   "      who
tout   th(   ','"���' ,,..-..���:   faVOrfte
took ot hi! ������ ������ ���������  last i     tells a
ParU   .���    .- ���������    ���"ir��
'��� ������ ������   ' ���    ��� '��������� '��� Pas ���  thai   ��� ��� dinner and
tha* his favorite dish Ib cl eket stttffed
With     ro,.- ��� . '. ������     .���������...��� v-
Ever;   ������������ken sen'ei       Imperial
tabl ������'������: on its breasl rhe imperii
crown  and  eaicle  made ���������   ; ��� '���   "-bite
satice
V^olmln-n   oi   Mrtini'-i*   11,
The .-mr lives alone, with th* cttarlna
and theii children, in a little mMson-
nelte a* P ������ ������ apart from the Immense palace l* != tho honse of a
bowgeois on holiday, ipilte isolated *m
der ereai trees by the aesabeiv \*.i
ITiai-d 'i visible, Thus the master of
Ptwla live�� retired from bis empti-o
and even from his court Revne d<��
1>H��
coM   watei    bath    flush  ��� oset, lava
������ '     ���' ���'��� irli       .'       ���' ce   lawn:   lot
part ol lol
: :. - ������ .:,   .. ���> .     fruit 1 -��������� ���
'   PI   t an $1,020,
...;.. , .   .     M tl     '������   ��� ��� ���
���.   -     eys, s ...       sized
$..- 000
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
"ii section 1. 'J lots section
2. near Richmond St., Sapperton, for sale. $,>"11. half
. cash, bal, to be arranged
! at 7 ner cent.
11.ill's Prailb  i N
Mil bar*.
One aero back o
'  the
Orphanage.   $800
cash.
For full particulars
apply
at once.
Snap ii* Lots.
Y.i. .. i for m parts o
: J..':viV to $3,000
' .,     -.. . no ml .' ' om   Vhbi
i'i ner*        * ' ;;,;:
trees,        e $1,400, i*h. I alancc
In thi        ,..'������	
Ml" M
150  ii
and i In its i iiinpl*
nil  mi Id i     Iva    i    ���:���"������ >0
i in  hntullo  Ihl ���.   Ion I
iai tain;  tei m i can he a
30 Lots 45x120 in Sap
)erton,   overlooking   the
-Yaser River] between the
lospital,   Distillen    and
brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center: 17 double
comer lots, balance froi I
ami well located; all easib
cleared; perfeel ri\ er \ iew
Corner lots $150. ii ��� .;.,-
lots 5125. Only 1 I cash,
bal, 6, 12 and i> months
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser.    INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
';
$25 per ai  ���
nl..-'...,      ....         li ���'
one or two yea er cen
M . '    ''
��� an . fown e-hall
I !
'::,,..:���.. J! '     ���        ���   '      ''
, ..     '   $60    ��� ''   '���'���''
1 ��� asl    balance arranged
���   ���   ���
Id     ���
...   .
One h* ������   -r ��� and sixt<   ai ��� ������ n
��� .    N'o. 2*    $170   n..
5' "'-���      M , ...   ... . .....
\\
tlon wei-p about tO be l-iiiiKeil in two
camps, the sti-ikers and the Btfltck, the
strnok lielns   aa ilsnal, the consumer.
In the memories of \e�� ^ ovK trna
men tliei-e ii an Interesting little <-hap
tc of unwritten history whi,-h has to
do with thai sti-iVe it never -^"n
haiipenpsi to gel Into the newspapers,
and ho one suspected at the time how
near the great   Cltj   ��"=  to one of lhe
Wl'rt-C   W>rr   01t>t-l-!��.
"That cornel p ayei on the third tWi
nni remarkable endurance," remarked
the easiml visitor.
'���He hai," agreed the regular board
er, "bul i*'o nothing compared W <iio
Other boarders "    Toledo Blftilo.
\  gee .."...'...���        two miles   most tenlble crises It has ever known
from Port tangle'    l   acres elashed      A.t the time of the settlement of the
.... ,, .        ���. , ,        et'-ilie (hove waa leuo 11^,, *\v.i weeVa"
supply of coal in the possession of tiie
(���do compauj aud ho tuore coal ln ^isbt.
Two \ip4h niovo and It  would have
I
.   .-  .- .
O '������  ' . ���. \ ......   \ w
i\    Sec   ���'     '��� ��� �� ishij ���' ���'���..  miles
\ . reek      ruh i as
eeen eshatisted.
Pour million people would have
found themselves faeing ��<> hhusuaily
Revere   n-lntei   \vlthhhl   an   nderiuate
" "   ' ;'    :'"''!"   said   ������,,.,,  .., .���,,   ������,��������� M, m���, ���Hh
"��� ���    on th*   the price ol oil and the i��-lee of dl!
P   ci   $10 per acre, *.. . ish    stoves   both   higher  than   in   nrdinavy i
v   .'
.... :.    one m le easl
^x ���' - ��� I ������ -    v; Botl, eaa-
...       j-.-    .-    ...
i oc  i-.'.-,'  <������   M'- =
��������������� st    Dining   Rooiti    Parlor,  2
Bi     ':.-'- ������-   K ti hen-,  Bath  rs n,
���"-���:>       t  '��� . '. ���- ���    h.i,'=f    a>vt   Wood
������'���  ���-.    Electric Light    J' 160  I ash
, .  .
.
I
LOTS OF LOTS
all over iho citj for  ���
fn��m $50 to ? 1,00 I
Sec us immediateh. 1
Uf
ind two lota mi I'ii i
'. . ��� ...   p .rk     Pi i   ���
; irtlculara.
. i   acre cleared;   '���'���  mlleti
"'i  $10.00 pei acre, "4 ca ih
food farm land la Doltn,
ti mu river, near Bcotl
ere; a r^a! i;'>'id buy
where you wan I ���������
and we can aupplj
"'  1 ... I   .1,1,. .   Mil   111'     M    .,��� I 1      I
, |(.|irc I; ha nt rdi >     ���
Hplon.llil will   mil   $30        '���'���   '
in ih, hnl nn " '��� i'.'
|.,.iu,,.,i   I'ltiii   i  Blxtli  avenues
. ,.  :;.'wi il I, el��ltl "'"'""' :,n
,1,.1-n ainlilo and rhlcketi l""1"" '""
. ,   |,')1(  iwo    im  $1,000 cash,
\ . 100,
I,;,, ,  In Surrey, i acn i ���,'"' '
,.,���,i  i side. $1,800, hall ���
|,HI,     III      11     pPI      I "I'1
r liinii"!
ll,    pm    Menilows
niii. third
hi
. .ii.uii'"
.,., '   l()  ii.ilr
(14    i" rei
'. ., pei   ii re
nl i; pei  ' '-ni
���lall
Qll
,,lll I
ii=h. Imlani >
.   ���
p  ce  $' 200
lv    p*
tu NGALOy
������   ��� ���      '���
,':; t en*   ��� "-' ������ ���
'���'��� ���'���
coptic   ' ��� '
^   j- . : I    , .
  .    I     h avenui    md
... . two store;
...   . ....           on   Kear*
stree     ':"��� ���     ���  Fo    |10  pei
.   . $1,060
l im,   lots   ue u
M,..M
j-' 000     ��� ���'         iriahg* I
om Hunting
ilon, B.* ���      I    teres
���       nil    bill,I
. .   ,.; one ,;; le
ce $50 pi    ���   - cash, li Online
it 6 per * enl    Ilea
., ...      -   ii |fg   la   ill
\yi\. to ro to a cold
er\ ���', . ��� m .   ���' fi
% is!, all . ��� lav ���    ��� ��� ������ ���
with shrub?   ���":'    ���'"'" ���
tennis couri on t: ���������  -   ���'
lVice$jl,tBO   "''     '"'lV
,-; I-, baj ���"��� ���������������'���������>:age.
it,
������ ���
���  ���
��� ' 'i i In
II ���      |||   i .. i ..
.i, |        ;.', .md      =11 nr.1 .
|    ,,  .. ��� ti      | r I'i.
m in .   in nm    . ,
all   ��� .... i   '' ' i���  tor * li
. food watei   ball  mile  f"""
.     , liMlv i. 1.    jrr,   |,p,   a���, .
jf ���������    iwed   house . all   i lei n
.  .,,. .... ncfig ,.i, rn u&i imi Btreel nii'i
���- ..',, slreel  twd storesb, $i,750.
,���.,.  i ol  Ho IS facing oh lit) Ave.
...,.���,>    lai   aud   Bd Stu tintr bloch
���  ��   V\\\V.    $175. $275  cash,  balance
,,,,.,. ���  ��� ������ \ugUsl attd 2lal Pebruat)    ���
Part of lot. SBH, Joins \;^�� OonimUr,
...
t A
i, i] ,.,...
Hon    ' ������   ham   shed?   ���������
.,   o,,,;.   -   *P'''V.   nftl1!   about   7'1   acres,   only   $25   per  acre.
,     .���
cppnli
T1r\li' ensh.    .lump.
McQUARRIE &  CO.
llntfs
Whal is there, the order xvent out to
rl,,t!i> nil snl.va departments "here
-ntiycs nnd ana npplhinees wpvo boW ns
joon no tiii^ = 1 v>u*> nssumet) a thrini**��o-
Ing nspeel The mun In control of the
ena pisni i.niiyf.i thai if lhe people
who had nionfv tn Bpart rushed to pur-
chase rauges nnd heaters of nil kinds
nod Used ftas altofretbev in their houses
there mlghl nol be o suiiii-ipnt ��up)iiy
It) ��ee the cltj through th�� stvlke nml
that <m pm resource o( the company
mual be ��� " el ullj gilanled agalttsl a
i,,,uo|hio period ot actual famtnei Thai
this i'iii^ ��:ii justified Is bIiowU bj the
fnoi abot e staled  thai ������< eti u uu pv-
erj   Possible li IUtloti  the available
supp'* oi coal would bave beeu made
to inst onlj t n o u eeks   * Inj i ogli
I nllfni-nln Ultllttlt! l*j .
They   lell  me Ibe slory  of n  weii
kti'Mvn   (renlleiiiau   of   BaU   i I nin I	
��� i,.,  , iidi ping ibruugb all I be smoke
nnd Humes  i lllle  Ibe Di -' day
of ibe lei i "i. ��� "��� ii|inii n fashl ibln
ladj    of   h'H   aciiUalnlai!  .i.i.,..
iii"'iu iii" inbulle "i ih" -- I ;" hei
beiln i slippers, n lib ������ i*;'"' n* mir
(nin  Ibrott n  '" "i   bei   ��� li mil      Ill
Bluppeil his niiliiiunblle lu u  bis
na i (nt n in e ���   fi"' ��������� nl I be riiiiih  t
lhal n I ��� < as all be |""1 i ��� ed i ul
���ii ibe    i    I    i "���'"" Hull had I n
 md i b) ih" sol llei i
i  i ,,  i,., ,. i...i .,n    .1,,. ,.i i,,.,.
v ii imi i "in b     ������""' b '  " tth
�� I IUI Ui    <
' .Ami J -"I n1! bill J "in I'.'illniitt j;
=h" retorted smiling Butisel Mn��s
flop
I 111-     "llll-ll-    S,��|,.,���.
I'lie greittesl victory mm fof the met
i !���    BySleUl   nf   nn   ^ttglleh   sppuklua
I'lnuiliy   wllliln  n   geiletatlod   wns  r��-
iniiirni nf tin- iiipIi'Ic standard m the
greal maiiufitctUfiug works of ttyiiuctii
llnilli'il. nl Mil iiiIiirIiiiio, fijdglautl 'Ihlsi
R|p|i n III MM Ive tin" hopes nf HlS
llleiiila of reforni In ivelelils nod tuegg
lires nml Intensify lhe Struggle ha
tween the meter unit the Imh. The
significance of the event lies in ths
tact Unit this Brin is one of the first,
outside of u Htrlctly limited Held, t'i
abandon the old standards and to attempt to overcome the apparently la-
surmountable obstacles to the change.
THE PASSION  PLAY.
|%|   ���\.ln*��.    ^vrnrdlTin   In   thi-   YrmH.
tl^ii   r,|   ini.-i-ninmir&nn.
A.ccordlttg to local tradition, the ort
cin of the Oberannnergau Passion
!���;,, was as Minus Winn ih Hie year
1633 n deadlj plague threatened * * de
popnini" the dietrli'ts of Partenklivhcn
Kai'lii'loU" and Kohlmuii. whicll ��� ������
sppnvnti'd from Immerthnl, or the *
1p\ of lhe tVihinor, Ivy a rati rt ol
mountains, the  Vninu rth i ��� ��� - -
ed for n tithe In pi  ��������� ''������
Agalttsl  *l>" dre id ���  "; igi ���    I   '
day i* tttttlve tvhii h id been worl 	
snniini'v :ii l-'-i belol ���  ��� ' ndi d the i|   li
atttltte nod .".i."������ i tin   s  "������     ���
n a...... i pall) Iii nrdei  I II
nnnmil  cllUti b  festl* -1   " fifi
lly.     I \vo daj -��� nfi 1 In   " is n
corpse, and in '���  - tlinu thr* ������ we* !*
the plngtle b id ��� n li d ��� 0 ��� ightj I Ui
0|   im,.   v,,.,". , [1| .'.. .
bespntrlng of all human sm cm   the
l"i | 01..,I       ."" , M ... "I.I. .      I, .1       U	
Bel* "-' to ' lod nnd i ��� glsti red a s -
, ,���" Uini 0 iie i...i.,i iheli pi aj er nn *
��������� loi ed tin    ���       th '   "   uld -
i ���  enl    > i ten * ��� urs    I'or lb liikful
��� ��� inenibi an I edlfj; nb ni) 11
tlon  aud bj tile h 1| ol lhe  ; bulghtj
the .-"O"' i lUgs nl   li  n    lhe -; 111* ni    I
io.- \\ "ild."
Nol   ���'   -���!"..i.    i. .   ...   .i.i   ol   llm
|,|.,u,,,, mu.., ii,,. |..,, to us made ll	
iiiani   to el ���   iifl'ei led bj- ll      I be ,;' i
��� ���: ;." ��� I the  I ii ��� '"'i piny iu
'���ii'1'1 ��� il nl the von  ol Hn ������   ;	
i mii.. . . took pi i Obci i ��� "io
in Ibe follot* lug ' ind !l ba i ' >
,,.|i, .,i...i   ...,.,,   ton   j,..,. ���   I, :n. uti   n
-��� I BBlllll
l*<-<il I sl��il<   Brokers
Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Agents for Employer*' Uablllty, m
Tim Qlalen ColleetloJl.
It Is reported from Brussels Hint Jo-
soph Glolon's collection of mnmiscrlpts
und miniatures, often admired In art
exhibit ions, bus been presented by the
owner to tbe Royal library of Brussels.
i i MININE  INFLUENCE.
1'Hilii'H'    la    *l     M ,, �����    I ,-lf     ni,,|    |.t*44
llf.iittnlri-ll    I'll Uti    III    I  Mini���
I ll"���   ' '  Still  I '.    * ' ' III I I   ��
������ Ii il ol iIi '���! ...i     .    ni look
i,iL. .,i .. ,,...,..
And lite I i 'h  i Ife I ;'   bui
���M"  go ���  helping her ��� I     be   hu
duchess or mldliietlc,   Pin- n III I"" !   ���
 lit   nml  ugallii  she   will   Iel   111 111
si|iiimiier ber dot nml to im learn imir
I    v Mh   fen er   rWcks   *"'"   dell {III
ol     v    I li'iiehn OUiait)    111    ttll   "  Bl
lillllnl nltetlipl I" P'liih up I'i" loi 'mi"
nuil happiness be bus tt * eclted If be
biippen io I"- i* shopman's trite lui
i Is ii" I (keeper ei1 hirtiinget'j BUii
tvill be thet" iroin iii'iiniii'.- un uighl
tin. sla*>e oi tim ledger; taretttl 6f ei
��n ii'iillme. nliiln he. too. ntleu will
lenve Ihe !n>-��i i"i |"iil ol 1!i" business
In Iipc enpnlile hnmls nml Imu his n*
lenllon lo n domino |inrlt nt Hie imnr
eai 1'iife. If she be 11 peilsnut'S ulle
no one on (Ue f'ltin  *vlll sifltl1 hnrdi--
than she   There n scateelj mu lai ���������
Which she win n ii Undertake
lu every sphere woman is too ofteri
the   limn   id   lhe   hottse       Nonhere   is
feminine Influence more active, itteft*
felt nnd less recognized than In Phthcflj
ami nowhere nimmu the civilized Uti
tions Is innn more dependent on Wotfl-
nn, tuore attached to her and less r*.
spectful.-Loudou Mall,
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THE DAILY NEWS
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MONDA
AFTER STOCKTAKING
We have special inducements to offer in
CROCKERY   AND  GLASSWARE
in order to make room for our spring  stock,   which  is  expected  soon.
The  market   quotations  are  sure  to  advance on the following staple
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place your orders for these goods at once. 	
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
Public Supply Stores
DOWIE DIES WHILE
MUTTERING *v
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Penniless  Prophet Passes Away  With
Name   of   His   Successor   en
His Lips.
WARNING !
Dear Mrs. Home Seeker :
We beg to advise you that we can give you a
charming little cottage in a good location, just off the
car line, for the sum of
$1,000
$575 cash and the balance on easy terms.    In this house
you will find hot and cold water and a flush closet.
Yours faithfully,
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
N. B.    Be wise in time.
'Phcne   105. 'Phone   l05.
THE   CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREEI, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Chicago, March 10.���With the death
, f John Alexander Dowie, "Prophet
of Zion," early today, there will come
no further great schism in the affairs
of Zion City. Dr. Dowie died a pen-
nil, ss man, and as such left no will,
so far as Is known, attempting to dls-
ise of any property that he may
have thought still lay in Ins possession,
Tlh- patriarch of the Christian Catholic Church of Zion passed beyond
th* world's immediate ken with a
sigh on his lips and the muttering of
lhe name of Voliva���Wilbur Glen Voliva. who succeeded Dowie as "Overseer" of the church and the vast estate. .Inst whal the dying man in-
tende i to convej by the word could
n ��� he Interpreted by the few faithful atten lants ..; his be Isi le In Shil ih
House.
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P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phone  1C5.
NEW   WESTMINSTER;
Second Hand Junk Store
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Highest Prices Paid for STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Between   Columbia  and
Fraser River Hotel
Apply by mail,
cr by
'Phone No. 214
The  Bonnie  Brier  Eush.
SI* eping  pea< < fully in  his room at
1 ne of the city hotels, when he shoul I
have   been   entertaining   an   appreciative   audience  at   the   Opera   House
on    Saturday    evening,   Charles    E,
Bio imer, the  "Posty"  of  the Bonnie
Brier Bush company, contributed mail rially to the flat failure of a show
( thai   should   have   been   a   complete
success.     The  Bonnie  Brier Bush is
one of the most touching plays on ihe
road   today, and the  tragic story  of
I Flora Campbell's casting oui into the
world by a Calvinistic father lias moved   many  to  tears  in  the  days when
that   veteran  actor.   Stoddart, played
the  role  of   Lachlan   Campbell,   and
1 was  supported   by   an   efficient   company.    Saturday, the tragedy became
j a farce.    At  the close of the secon I
act, many people in  the house were
I almost   convulsed  with   laughter.     It
was not tragic, it was not impressive,
but   it   wns  disappointing   in   the  exit erne.
The singe carpenter, who was pressed Into .service as a substitute for
Mr, Bloomer in the role of "Posty,"
was supposed to be an understudy.
It is doubtful if he ever saw the part
[Jlayed or read the lines before, and
the spectacle of an actor strutting
about the stage reading his lines and
searching for his cue. was ridiculous
in the extreme. No blame should be-
attached to the understudy, he did his
;'' ";- bul a company that trave s
through the country without an efficient substitute for one of the leading characters, certainly needs a radical change in its management.
Naturally, the acting of i'i-:
s] lied the entire show, and the < im-
pany was place 1 al a disadvantage bj
the non-appearance of Mr, Bloomer,
bul evi n all i\\ in�� ! 1 tis, he im-
pany is far from what It is represent-
' d 10 1 e. The mem iei s if the casi
v ho oughl to b* n tained for next se ���
������"ii are R 1 11 rl Ireland, as William
McLure; .1. Palmer Collins, as Lachlan Campbell; Kenneth Mackenzie, as
Tammas Mitchell; and Miss Ann
Cair, as Margaret, Charles ]���:.
Bloomer Is a good man as Posty, but
i: will take him a long time to make
a hit if he pei sists In sleeping v I n
lu  should   e    !'��������� stage.
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MAKE   YOUR
HENS LAY
While Eggs are High
BY USING
STURTEVANT'S
Tuesday, March 12
and following days
Grand display of Paris, London,
and New York Pattern Hats
and   Ready-to-Wear  Novelties.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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FURNITURE
;���;      The Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture is to be seen at FALES.     [���!
>:      Our clearance sale is still on.    Over $15,000 .stock still to gi !���:
;���'      New goods arriving daily.    Latest styles and best finish* -.
Egg  Food ���"���.'
Poultry Cure j      W. E. PALES,
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co
DRUG  STORE
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
V    716 and 713 Columbia  St.      Four   Fioors.       Rear Extension,  Front St. ;��;
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New Westminster
Moreys
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OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
Jap-a-Lac
Gives new life and lustre to
Old Tables, Chairs,
Furniture
and Picture Frames,
It is the Idea! Finish for
floors, interior woodwork,
bath rooms,  sash and sills.
Curtain Stretchers,  with adjustible  pins.
All hinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
ES have you tried the Pastry Flow  made bj  the Eburm
il lllng Company,   If not Telephone 333   nd trj It; the .  -suits
��� i    re excellent.
Opera   House  3cokin;s.
M m. 12 Mj   vmm- m   Family.
Mar. 22   Crei   in Cl
Mar. 27���Fl in m e Gale,
April 5���King ol Tra
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
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UARRSE & CO. 1 j THREE GOOD BUYS
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET
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Seven-roomed modern Dwelling on Carnarvon St.; stone wall in front, street at back;
fine grounds and view; newly papered
throughout. Price $3,000. Good term-.
I EleCtriC RailWay SerViCe f   ��        Modern seven-roomed Dwelling on Third
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars    for Vancouver and    way
stations  will   run  every  half-
hour from 5:50 a. rn. to 11 p,
ni. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City  Limits Line���Service from
6.15 a.m, to 11 p ni.
20 Minute service���i\o transfer.
Between 5.' and :: and s and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during re- $
malnder of day.    j ransrer at ���
Leopold Place. ���
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  be- J
tween 8 a.m. and ll p.m, ���
Sapperton Line. X
15  Minute  Service  from 6,25 u. x
in   to  11   p.m., except   between ���
42 and 2, and 5 and 7, during X
which hours the service will lie J
half-hourly, ��
Sunday Service   hair-nouriv be- *
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m     ' *
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fruit, etc.    Price $2,800.   Good terms'.
Beautiful corner on Queen's Ave near
Park; size 100x132 feet; frontage on three
streets; beautiful garden, and lots of fruit
of every kind; cosy cottage, and exceptionally fine view.   Price $2,750.00.
F. J. HARF& CO., Ltd.
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LOTS   IN  THE
WEST END AT
A  BARGAIN. AND
on easy terms, too. Sloping towards the
south, with magnificent view. High and
dry, and partly cleared. No better investment offered. Price- Corner lots, $175;
inside lots, $125 and $150. Half cash, 1-1
in 6 months and 1-4 in 12 months, at 7 per
cent interest.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. PfcARSGN, Mgr.

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