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V(,IIMK 2, NUMBER 72
MAfl 2?
' 190/
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NKU   VV ESTMINS'J Kk. I;. ('.. I (ESDAY  MORNING. MARCH 26, 1907.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
]qAMBIER  ISLAND LODE CENTRAL AMERICANS    SYSTEMATIC STEAL      RAILROADS RAISE RATE
IS VERY RICH NOT AT ALL PLEASED       DEPLETES STAMPS ON LUMBER
abandoned Ledge Yields Lucky Prospector Big Results
Strike Valued at $75,000 Made in Half an HoUr
Mining Syndicate Will Acquire Eight Claims.
FALL CHOLUTECA    FAILS   TO    CLEVER,   CP0OKE3   CLERKS   PUR-.
<ESS      COLONY      IN      NEW LOIN    PACKAGES    FROM    C.P.R.
RK   FAVORABLY. -DETECTIVES   INTERFERE.
"Retaliation Against Shippers Who Lobbied For Demurrage Bill Increase on Forest Products of Fifty Per
Cent. -Means Wiping Out of Industry.
ei
years ago fur several
..-,. ..it which over
la  . was Bpeni in p ���
: , iaiin- on Gam-
., .   finally aband in,
..-. who  lm.l < "in
:.   thai   there   ��
lity.       .1.   Beats, uf
een ��� im- ol  the
elj  bad a hankering
.'     be    SOm< thili;;    in
a. :..-1 . lalms after all,
. icil to mii':.' 0 ,
!,.-   islan i       V'-- ei
.���mi-1 at ih,- mining
-.ii 1  registered eighl
i he says are some nf Un..
..   ....    ieen  dlscov-
��� . . asion "!' liis second
... exactly half an hour
A   deal   with  a
by  which the eight
-- ,        bange hands,  will   prob-
I, ������-1   ihis   week.     The
. . be In tin- ueighboi���
���
. ���   .Man toned claims,
.   -. -.    : elieved   wori :.'��� ss,
.  i ������ extremely rich.
s imance,  bul   there an
���   government   office   to
.. fact.   In relating
ifternoon,  Mr.   B, lis
1 epoi ter Beveri.1 pieces
��� a    from     his    claims.
Tl	
the la- er mil
���ine
....
:
:.   : e,
,."'  im ���  ���    ��� ,-��� doubt, ���  .
Had which    esert,
'    -'   ��� ���  ��� ���    :,'.:.
���
ere th,     lefi off   ���' i
ide th, ���
Mm   Beals :..
-Men, ,,   ointment     had    in 1mm. ,>
n to return home at the ve
we ���     n the verg,  of
securin
In   ; i  .   pros ,e, v for min-
- : around Gambler Island.
Mr. i ��� id that he believed that
vei;. |, ...sits would I... dis-
��� ore long on 'In- mainland.
li.   did  not   have  such   faith  on  the
!    :.'. I, although there were no doubt
e good lo les     'rin- strikes report-
- a  Ihe  mainland had   been
valuable, an ! some of them '
in; thing found in the
K ��� i< na; s, during the excitemeni days.
On 'In- particular claims which he hail
eeorded.he had discovered, no- Isolated mo. I ets, but the mother lode it-
s, '. anil from all Indications, he couhl
��������� that i' was going to prove a very
valuable investment   for him.
lay i
-
 ������
ling   ..���  |      .   .
... ..
! _". - - It   .-.   .������; orted
irge quan-
a systemati-
:  : 'Mia  ; ,-.i iiii-'-s  ; a 53ing
- '   offi, es of the  I'   V.
-b<   vai I, us offices
' .is  city,     All   tile
:...  are sent
I  - - lontr, ...  five' of the
ith 2 low the      o, ess an- said
i capture them. 11 . selves of  the
r - I fall today .     ���   - ssesston of
i March   2 les,    w ':.'.< h    v. i        .   terwards
Preside      / ned lnl i rea :;.  mon, ���.
Nicaragu     .. he Hon       - ite ad, ���   11     :..   has :.   .
.'..-..    an I  tha     ���        n      det, i    res on the sei ni  for
.,.-  in   flight,  m..      ��� r',   .i.   weeks, with   'In-   re-alt.  i;   is
.     cheering news to th,   Central Am   said   '���>,: the thieves were apprehend-
.;    here.    The Central Am-  e.l with the mauls on them. The clerks
..   -...'   '/.���'. I   ch,   .-���.:;.-   ���       lestion were quietlj droppedfrom
......     bal   soul,   daj   ia-  may be  'he    company's    pay roll, a sufficient
I,   to .-Mi,;.-..  ,,  powerful  Central   amouni of their monthly cheque being
...   -    :    inion over which he will he   retained    to    make up tin., loss occa-
;.    : with   be othei states subsid-  sicned by ihe pllferings.
ary. .-������'*
Tin . . inion was expresse : 'Ma' Bon-
ilia, ���������.. ��� v ,,s ia i omman I uf tin- Hon-
duran forces, has (led to San Lorenzo,
which i.- mi   ... an.l thence
!���;   boat io   \m . an is]        un the
Pa, itic.
When  inform.-1  - n, �� s   from
M .i.i- ia las: night, pio Bolanos, ci n-
sul-general of Nicaragua, in ibis city,
said:
; am sur< thai i :..���..- - the end of
b, ,i m . with uother vici for out
. cuntr ."
SEATTLE    STRIKE.
COUNCIL RECEIVES
DR. fAGAN'S REQUEST
DEATH CLAIMS TWO
CATHOLIC EATHERS
EOCM   AT  MAPLE   RIDGE.
ECIS10N      CONCERNING      GRANT    PIONEER    MISSIONARIES   DEPART
FCR     SANITARIUM      WILL      BE THIS    LIFE   AFTER    LONG   AND
'���'sCt  KNOWN   LATER. ARDUOUS MINISTRY.
i    ��� . :. from lh,   An') Tuber-
.   . onsiSling     of   1,    s.
I agan,  Messrs, Matthew -.
outer,   waited   on   the
a -'.'.   ie.   request   a
���   ���'.. with Mi'- proposed
nsumpUves,   ami   'hi'
-   i r treated to an Insi i uctlve
. ���       ays an 1 means ol , imbat
.    w iii',   seoui a- .
i emarks, menl I in
Ly   expi   leue .-l   in  g, I
��� .-'..-.      ,.   irgent  ne-
..   and   demonstrated
lata   in  i onn, i lion
mplished b;   coun
taken a,- i a.   subject
doctor   state I,
'     ���       ���     from nm" Immemorial,
atioB !���: the Almighty.
hie  to  Ignorance, as
. ���   : 'I '..     vie;,     con-
���   ti ansmllte I   from     I   ���
health)     citizen    was
��� i. ami  the <'til.   '.\ a :���
-   - ...    : ,,|  thi    ten Ihlo
nate th
be done  by   I he es
���   places  for the  r,
ol ��� he - tiff, ring ones
��� I   i'i:lng lasi year in
:    di end dla
���  in New Westmin-
eumbed   din Ing   i he
nd   Febi mux   In
. a: ly, be1
Two Roman  Catholic Fathers,  ... -'-!.
o   wh -��� en  le ng  :������ ai s in Uie
.....    ��� ���  .  church, passed away  to
thei     ��� a. Vancov,      n S inday
even    i Rev. N.  On
...       he   6a red    Heari
East   Vat       nd     ie  Rei
|{ii        ���   , . - . ' . ���   .
���  ;.
Fai.... .   ���'  .. I      ...-..:
.:   ... and was <    . .. ���.-
fin ly    a.    a. Ni ..-,  , Que   ���
L
\   . '. i i
li,   ex
i     '.
���
nd m   from one
consumption,   The
���
llled  in,,"'  throu
��� .aline.,  plague, war,
r)   ��� tlona combined, and
��� ���     |   British  Columbl e
ng was i eing tit , to
i   ���   of this deva itntlng
the only disease not
e   lc hospital.    Dr. Fa
. ise ��� i a young man In
'.mi ���  contracted the dls
;'.J':'ll! '" :'i" last stages being re ,
,.','''Iv    ance to the Royal Colum-
was taken In by n prl-
, ''"!/''     m, i   ,.;i,i,���|  h|��� day8  in
der
Siirn
��� oi
said In-. Fagan, " nml
n of ii���. council   will.  I
"'���"   wiih    in,',   that   Ihis
should  mil   bo allow,',I
Experience is Bhowlng us
'   treated, ami  the lime
1   teps shonbi bo taken
���hi."
I '  turns rrom Rnn |
ii' ��� -
on  Page   Pour,)
. :   ...        ulstr;    ...
.,   M iu re --    u ,-
..   ..   .  an i   late .   In   \\ Inn peg
lai t few y,        Father Oulette
. , a   si.mi ined   in   Van, ouver,   svh    i
he iliel   mu, n   lowai li     , a, li       the
i hur, h wl ii which he was as >o< -.--> I
i h a sound financial
general fa
: ...              '   ���
,      us well, who could ne
qua ";-
.   , i        i '��� '   "
���li.,a his ag, I thro,
ii i '��� ii,    The ' im
e Sa, red Heart Church. Ki     \ mi
couvi o'clo
mid at        i     "     ���-.    ;' ' ���
ken lo     ���   '���'���       -    ��� ��� m. '���
i    in
.;, ���., Fa hel   i.   I'   I'
...     ...   one ...   ���>......  U
,   i        ..      ,. .   ,      '..        ii ���
.   iarl      ol   the   Roman Cai
Church      ;-.     it   ���      among   the   In
dlans  bad  much  to do  with lhe ad
.... , ��� |, ni  eel Christian!!)   and civil!
,t| ,,i  iimoug the frontloi  i Itlzens ol
,1.,   I,,     West, an.l his work ��
i .    ;, menibered      Born    nl    Chaise
U,, ;   ������  in ,, iii is::.', he was ordained
I,-  ij, 14,   nil si nl  lo fori Ign mii   Ion
tra vi lllng Hi rough lhe et at.  of Wa   ���
In i  . n :   Oknnagnn,    - i
,, mliig lo Dritl-ili Columbia, He In
bored for ii long lime In tho Koolcnaj
country, bul Bnallj settled down
.,,���,���- .in Squamli h ol N'ortl \ in
couver, Pn, umonln was the cat
dciilh.
Spalding's 8ImI��i
Chlcni n    March   21      N��  '
I ib li ol  \ 0  s altllni i  ���
,..,   wai n h    nven ,      m m     l
slreet, was I'artlall) il   troy, fl hj   - '
      IllRhl      .   .'      IO
ni now ,i
Everybody  Is Optimistic, and Peai Estate   Is   Selling   Weil.
s,   . ces hav,     hanged hands
..: .  :. :   M������.   i    iii.itie   in  tiie last   :��� ��
M,,.. -. good  | : '��� es . eing paid i_ ever)
.; se.    Among I he man)  salt - rec rd-
g . ne . icres of cleared land.
might I N'els Benson, foi th,  sum
S a     Thi: ty-fivi   ..    - -    .-'���  .-
kinging  I     Mr.    :..:-..        ...
.....:���    asoth, :
large  deal        - ���
 \Y   G - ting on,
interest,       . -   - -
Evei       m -
in tin      - .....
,        ... .... ......
I-orted 1      ���..-..
tei preven    an;     ang* seal,
. fis, nchers an       > ���
ng theii       ���       '      ' ��� ? ar,
... ' ,.������:.
��� -    -
.-...>''
- -
Non  Union   Men  Commence  Work on
Seme   Buildings.
Seattle, March 25���Small crews of
inion laborers started to work on
five buildings In Seattle this morning,
an ! the contractors express belief
lhat within a few elays many other
buildings will be swarming with workmen.
So  far ihere has  been  no clash be-
Iween   the   union   and   the   non-union
i, although delegations of the for-
:.. :   have-  spent   the  greater  part  of
���   ila) standing around the buildings
i .���   which operations were resumed.
Beanie   &   Misho,   contractors,  are
loing  t lie   work  on  the new   Arcade
ii -    ..- ���   i tte n   non-union   ctr-
:-  wen; to work as the result of
in    ce posted asking for fifty.   Misho
-   . - I.    lid not need fifty carpenters
hat li,  also obtained the services
���    a few ,   mmon laborers and thai he
>. n  -���:   as  many  more of the latter
1 . - need for,
���   P imbers, paintei s an 1 plas-
���   - ..��� i- w ui king on the Arcade build-
-. it b I hstanding   the   fa, l     thai
., penters       e    , np'oyed
���
Seat:;,-, March 26.���Vigorous reprisals against the luml er men of Western Washington, who lobbied lhe reciprocal demurrage bill through the
lasi Legislature, have he, n i rogram-
med by Great Northern and Northern
Pacific hjgh traffic and legal officials,
which if carried out will practlcall)
stop shipments of Douglas fii to , om-
petitlve territory In the Mlssissipji
\ all<.. sta . a and the East,
The programme, which was advoca-
le d al las; Saturday's , onf, rem e i I
high traffic ami legal luminaries of
the Hill and Harriman roads, provides
toi an increase In the rate on lumber
and other forest products from the
tons, to St. Paul ami Minneapolis
from 40 cents to 60 cents p�� r hundred
pounds.
The  plan  to raise  the  lumber rati
: i per cenl is declared by promln, n
representatives of the northern lines
to have already received the sanction
of .lames .). Hill.
It is said that Harriman has left
the decision of the matter entirely in
the hands Of W. W. Cotton, his Northwestern legal representative, and his
immediate  advisers.
Lumbermen declare that to place
the rate on forest products at 60 cents
per hundred pounds would bfe in eff, ct,
to entirely wi|.e out a greal pari of the
Industry of the state.
s
No   crisis   of   such   magnitude   has
t ver  before risen  to  face  the  lumber
Interests of the  Northwest.
LID   FOR   NANAIMO.
Hotel Men Will Be Requested to Close
Up   on   Sunda>s.
Nanalmo, March 25- The new board
e police commissioners, composed of
Mayor Planta, Dick and Maihwaring,
is determined that the Sunday cl islng
act is to le rigidly enforced. At the
last meeting the chief of police was
ii formed thai the board was anxious
that Sunday liquor traffic be entirely
Stopped, and unless the hotel men
lake this warning something will be
don�� to end  the Sunday business.
The unseemly siuht of drunken men
lolling around the streets on Sunday
and the noises made by revellers on
the city's principal thoroughfares has
Ieen the outcome of this rigid enforcement of the law.
Statue for Salisbury.
London. March 25,���A committee
composed of Influential men has been
forme.1 to raise funds for a statue of
the late Marquis of Salisbury, prime
minister of England.
BANDIT RANCHER
IS NOW IN JAIL
TEAMSTERS THREATEN
TO STRIKE IN BOSTON
ITALIAN WHO ATTEMPTED MUR-,
DER AND BARRICADED HIM-!
SELF  IN  SHACK. CAPTURED.
SIX THOUSAND MEN PREPARE
FOR CONFLICT WITH BOSSES
���WANT   SHORTER   HOURS.
claw f:ache~s.
Cumberland     Fislvermen     Protest
Aoainsl   Action   ol   Americans
v IGILANTS'   WARNING.
-nsroivit j    EcMtor   Threatened    with
Troti.ls By Anonymous Writers.
N, ���     York,     M ireh     25���Ludivico
���    mm- i :' I.a  Qu, s ; .a  So-
i   t, : son. N. .. which says it
fl    al organ of the anarchists
his country, has received a letter
V -.. ance  Committee  of  the
Order 1 eague," warning him
:.: ti - "will mei stand for
m that incites riot and dis-
,:  as   sion   as   you   over-
���   we   will   lake   the
��� m hi a Is and drive ��� i
I ���   city."
Vigilant, s" !s
'���\ ans-
��� ��� ���        ��� m -   the     h rea
i
' '���' ���       ' '���������c:r:  rREATY.
. '   ll   ' '  rr   Rich   Provinces
��� t ���>.     ���  -   .-    c oncetsions.
Nelson.   .March  25.���Fighting  Police ,
an.l specials for nearly -I hours, Paul,
Manarlno   was  finally  captured   at   3,
o'clock  on   Friday  afternoon  by  cu-
stables Young and Wilson and broughl
ii, last nighl :>, iliis city where, he will
hue to answer a charge of attempt-
i.nM !, : which may be amen led to a
graver  crime  if  liis    victim,    James
M  nnarlno, succumbs to his injuries.
Manarino, win, was a rancher, attempt 1 to murder his uncle last week
after a quarrel cone, ruing ihe dividing of some property which they owned jointly. A force of police had surrounded his shack and a sharp fusil-
laile between the bandit and liis pursuers had been kept tip.
A Bearch of the hut discovered a
rifle without ammunition, two boxes
having been Bred away, a revolver
with three shells discharged,and a
shot gun. Paul Mannarino was taken
dewn to Sirdar and formally charged
i ��� Ing reman led for eight elays, and
then broughl In to Nelson where he
���:. ns lodge I In the | rovlnclal fail. The
, . Isoni :���   Is   a   small,   dark   man,   bin
doi
���  lite    '
:i to be ia the leasl
���
n aa Spit and
"
...
.     Iii the in
mil  and  an
ol   i',        ��i    ���
���
RIOT IN  ROME.
Father     Draflhettl,     Famous    Orator.
Faces the Mus ,
. March 1      Vn    ant! -clerical
 : red  j_8terd��s  Iti
i   Salnl t'nileialcirso.    Pa
HI,   a   pries!   fnni.ius   for
powers, had celebrated
,    t, ii  leaving    the church
iviVn 1     was attacked and fl itol  I'ol-
,. rescued Father Drnghrlll
.   fifty arrests,   The mob dis-
wllli hool . yells .imi .leers.
n   ! yes-
cove    .1!.
ar,    niles of terril
recessl m
-     ���
Winnipeg Realty.
I    '. March       25.    Mel I
.. i��������� completed ihe sal, o!
i. .mii hotel, corner of Main
i'tnperl. The price ihey receive .1
v as $880,000. Mnt'ice NoIps has sold
th, Win ill pen to .Ins'f'pli B' iiri.-ei'ill for
$176,000. Both these nre in n dls-
11 icl where foil] million dollars' ..mm i
of railway terminal Improvements will
Mi   'under way  this year.
DEATH   EV   ACCIDENT.
Vancouver     Mason     Suddenly    Killed
While at work  Vesterdav.
\v   Lawson, a Van, ouvi i stone main, wi II I aawn iii this city, wa.-- In-
stantl}   kllle l  while  at v       on  th i
McKli .   ;     .   ling In I'i n< ouv, r y, b-
noon.
Mr.  Lav - m was  secret rj  of Wil-
��� ...   S Vancouver, al-
P.P.   -ii  District     Deputy,      He
leaves a wife and family to mourn his
.oss
Boston, March J".���Willi a strike of
0,000 team drivers ln and about Boston pending, the executive committee
of the General Jruck Teamster's Un
Ion No. 12 has been giVgn full a ';'. >ruy
lo act.
A unanimous vote to this eff-Cl was
taken at a meeting of the I'nion last
night. The trouble grew oul ol the
refusal of the master team drivers t >
sign the working agreement tor 1907
and 1908, presented to them by the
team driver's union. The new agree
ment calls for one-half hour less a a
day's work and a relief from San i ,.
and holiday work, which will necessitate the employment of additional
stablemen. The new wage demand is
for an Increase of $i a week for all
classes of teamsters,
The present agreement expires April
:i, and as the majority of the teamsters bave agreed to Btand by the
union In case the new agreement Is
rejected, II is believed that a Btrlke
cannol  be ..voided.
CRASH   AT   SANTA  FE.
Collision   between   Trains   Kills   Four
Persons and   Injures Many.
Los v le . March 25.���In a he 11
i a co llsion b<' ween two Santa Pe
: rains within the cltj '.units lasl night,
at least f mr p, i were killed, an l
,. bi ore were in; i ed, several ,,f tb im
fatally,
The Santa I'Y special, carrying
seines of BtudentB returning from an
Inter-colleglate Held meet al Clare-
mont, me! the Santa lv overlan i
while both were moving al a rapid
rate.  The crash was heard for blocks.
Railroad officials Beem to blame En
glneer Ke'ly, who says he did not
have time to read the orders bet ,re
i,tilling out. Arrests for manslaughter
are probable.
WOMEN   OFFICERS.
Pirates Captured.
Hongkong March 25.���A band of pl-
rntes dressed  In the uniform of the
Viceroy's soldiers, was captured here
(his  morning.    The captives conf,
,.,:,.     had Intended to rob the Kl
heals.
Female   Police   on  Street   in   Ghent���
Prefect is  Pleased.
(llu in.   I' laium, March  25   Women
are io be appointed to Ihe police force
of the cit;. according lo the plans of
. lel'eci of Police Von Mesenmael. The
cl    was   the   first    to   establsh   a
or))      :  dog thief-takers and believes
new  Iha! Ghent   Will  be the best  polic-
.1 in Europe, when women, men
an I   dogs   patiol   the streets.
Red  Shirts  Barred.
Chicago, March  25.���A  dispatch  io
the Inter-Ocean from Seilalia, M l ,
says: "K. M. Alcord. general superintendent of the Missouri, Kansas &
Texas railway, issued a bulletin yesterday requesting section men not to
wear red shirts while at work. The
explanation is said to be that an engineer did not heed a red flag signal
recently, and when taken to tusk, h i
ex],lamed that he mistook the flag for
ihe red shirt of a section man." THE DAILY NEWS
CUTTING  THIRD  BASE.
THE  THINGS  TO   EAT.
How Mike Kelly First Worked th�� famous Trick In Boston.
The trick of cutting third base in
a game of ball was originated by,
Mike Kelly when he was a member
of the famous Chicago champions.
The first time he tried it success-
fully was in Boston. There were
10,000 persona present, and when
the last half of the ninth inning be-
gan the score was tied. Kelly, who
was the first man at the bat, turned
Man. Anatomy Suggests a Fruit DUt
as the Most Suitable.
Those who do not want to rank
as extremists will do well to eschew
the glandular organs, such as
sweetbreads and liver, to pin their
faith to mutton and one or two
kinds of fish, to give up coffee and
drink weak China tea. Those who
wish to go further should reflect
tirst that man is neither carnivorous nor herbivorous.    For long sci-
to the crowded grand stand before   entists have obscured the view by
taking his place and shouted:
"Open the gates and go home!
It's all over!" Kel was guyed unmercifully, but he merely laughed
and cracked out a safe hit. As he
crossed first base he fell and rolled
on the ground in apparent agony.
'it'6 me ankle!" cried the king,
useless arguments as to whether or
not a man was meant to live like n
cow.
There are other species than the
flesh and grass eating animals. All
students of comparative anatomy
know that the teeth of human beings are identical with those of the
and the Chicago players took off j frugivorous apes, who live on fruits
his shoe. After iifteen minutes' anj nut8i Not only so, but the pro-
delay Kelly got up and seemed to portion of bowel* length to body
be very lame. The Boston battery,; len<Tth in man corresponds exactly
believing that he could not run, wjth that in the same species in
paid little attention to him, until marked contrast to what obtains in
suddenly he dashed for second like: ai] carnivorous animals where the
a real sprinter and slid around Bur-1 ]wwc\ js proportionally short.
dock in safety.
"Never touched me!" yelled Kelly, nnd then nil eyes were turned to
Captain Anson. The latter finally
pushed a slow grounder toward
John Morrill, the first baseman,
and Eugene Van Court, the umpire,
ran down the base line to see whether Morrill got to the bag ahead of
Anson,
go only
not look at Mike.
A studv of anatomy therefore
suggests a fruit diet as the most
suitable. Further confirmation is
afforded by the obvious predilection
of nearly all children for such food
The best fruits for food are apples,
bananas, grapes, nuts, dates, raisin;
and figs.
TENDERS.
TENDERS addressed  to fhe under- |
signed at Ottawa, and endorsed "Tenders for surf boats," will be receive!
up to noon of the lsl of April, 1907,
foi the construction of three Beebe-
McLellan surf boats with equlpmeni
complete. The three to be delivered
free of all charges on the wharf of
the Agency of this Department, In
Victoria, IJ. C.
Plans and specifications can be .seen i
and forms of tender procured, al this !
Department, Ottawa, at the Agency j
of this Department, Victoria, and al |
!he Post Offices at Vancouver an 1
New Westminster, R. C.
Papers inserting this advertisemenl
without authority will not be paid.
F. GOURDEAU,
Deputy   Minister of Marine and   Fisheries.
Departmenl  of .Marine and  Fisheries,
Ottawa, ('ana.In. .March  Sth.   1907.
In the Supreme Court of
British Columbia,
Ladies' $15 Watch
CHAMBERLIN'S   SPECIAL
P. S. Bartlett,  6 Size Movement,  Fitted
in 14 kt. Gold Filled Cases, for $15.00
W. C Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
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flees:    New We-,,,,,   ^ .tc.    0
corner  Clarkson  and i /J a"" Ri,
Vancouver, room    !] , '   ne SKL
ville street.   .1 , ,,'   *��� 445 On.I
W.   Wean,   VV.   ,;   'm'^'.K.C.   I
Bourne.    Mr. Martin 2i��rrLle- B- il
Westminster oiceVe? ft'��tt!
ternoon ' 'rtday.
DICK'S
HOWAY, REID & BOWES p 1
ters, Boltcitora, etc �� T*!
sireet, opposite Couri House fi
Westminster. ""'���
241.
A. Whealler, p.o B J
IX   THE   MATTER   of   tl
JAMES  .loll  KIMBLE,
,. Estate
deceased,
Nuts are especially valuable ow-
He believed Kelly would fog to the largo amount of fat the^
as f,,r as third, so he did| contain    The  old  fashioned idea
that   thev  are  indigestible  is  due
The moment tho ball was hit by j part]v to the error in taking then,
Anson Kel ran as far as shortstop, at th'e end nf ,in &\IC&f\y more than
then turned boldly into the infield! amp]e meat mea] an,i ]m,.,|v to in-
and cut across at least five yards sufficient mastication. Chestnuts
from third. He reached the base, are the easiest to digest ami make
line before the umpire turned to an excellent food/ Many other
see what ho was doing and fairly fmits may be taken, always remem-
flew across the plate in a long slide; bering that stone fruits sometimes
with the winning run. ; disagree and that acid fruits should
.li.lii r. touch third:" scream-  ^ taken in moderation.   Strawber-
1 ries contain a considerable amount
>ag five yards!" roar- ] 0f purjns an(j should be avoided bv
ed Sam Wise, the Boston shortstop. 1 an wjth a gouty or rheumatic ten-
But the umpire was helpless, as he AQncx, Among fruits we include'
hadnt seen the trick, and so waa those1 of the cereals, such as wheat
compelled to allow the run. The am[ r{ce, white bread is free from
big crowd, at first enraged at tho' piirint but brown bread contains a
trick, leaped  down upon the field   varyjng aiummt  derived   from  thc
"Ue
ed thousands.
"He cut the
in a threatening manner, but Kel
soon won everybody over bv shouting:
"It's all over! The game's won!
You can't get it back! Open the
gates!" Then there whs a great
cheer for the trickiest ball
who ever walked the diamonc
trick was original with Kelly, and
many players have tried it since.���
Exchange.
husk.    J"he most  wholesome  form
of bread is unleavened.���-Lancet.
Ths Junius Letters.
Xo fewer than thirty-seven persons have had the "Letters of Junius" assigned to them, but since
the publication of Taylor's "Junius
Identified" in 1816 Sir Phi.'.^pFran-
OiS has generally W"','rcu'anle'l in
their author, *',,. |-i,;],,,_ vvho was
at school
TAKE N'oTli'K lhal on the lath
��� lay of March, A. D. 1907, pi*,bate of
the lasl Will and Testament of .lames
Job Kimble, late of the City of New
Westminster, B. t'.. deceased, was
issued to me by the Supreme Coun of
British Columbia, and that all creditors and others having claims against
ihe Estate of the said deceased are required on or before the 20th day ,,i
April, 1907, 10 send by post prepaid or
to el,.liver to the undersigned, their
Christian and surnames, addresses,
and descriptions, the full particulars
of their claims, a statement of their!
accounts and the nature of the securi-
ties, if any. held by them, duly verified.
AND   FURTHER    TAKE    NOTICE
that after such lasi mentioned date I ���
will  proceed  to distribute the assets
of the said  deceased anion? the parties  entitled   thereto,   having   regard
only  to the claims of    which  I shall
then have notice, and that I will not
in' liable for the sai 1    assets or any
part thereof to any person or persons '
Of    whose    claims    I     shall   not have
notice al  the time <>f   such dlstribu-;
tion.
Dated at New Westminster the 19th
day of March.  A.D. J907.
J.   H.  TODD,
Executor of the las,  Will of
James Job Kimble, deceased.'
OLD  COUNTRY WATERPROOF  LOGGER   BOOTS
JUST TO HAND.     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices.
See our Window ancl Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
PEORGE E. MARTIN  Barrlsl
��J    Solicitor,   .nl, hon
bla and McKenzie streets, Kew��_l
iniiistei, B. C "���'���'
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with  Woodl'all.  the
lis,i8r of the letters, was a ch
puu-
'k in
'".,c secretary of Mate'.-- office and
wrote for the papers under various
names, lt is upon the similarity of
his known writings to the style of
Junius that his claim is principally
based, though experts have also
identified his writing with the feigned hand in which the letters were
written, The most famous of the
other claimants are Burke, the
statesman; the Americnn General
Lee, who is said to have himself
claimed them; Lord George Sack-
ville and Home Tooke.���London
Answers.
Fee and  Foe.
In a suit tried in a A'irginia town
young lawyer of limited experi-
playcr   ence was addressing the jury on a
"u>   point of law when, good natiiredly,
he turned to tho opposing counsel,
a   man   of   much   more  experience
than himself, and asked:
''That's right, I believe. Colonel
Hopkins ?"
Whereupon Hopkins, with a smile  .
of conscious superiority, replied:
'"Sir, I have an office in Richmond
wherein I shall be delighted to enlighten you on any point of law for
a consideration."
The youthful attorney, not in the
least abashed, took from his pocket
a half dollar piece, which he offered
Colonel Hopkins, with the remark :
"No time like the present. Take,
this, sir, tell us what you km.nv and SEALED TENDERS addressed to
give me the change." ��� Harper's the Commissioner of Dominion Land's,
Weekly. Department of the Interior, and mark
el on the envelope "Tender for Tim-
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
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WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND  FORGE COAL.
VANCOUVER   PORTLAND  CEMENT.
This celebrated Cement ia
used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
ROSEBANK   LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE      CLAY      and      MANTEL
BRICK.
Fr nn the Claybom Oaj Co.
SEWER   PIPE.    DRAIN     TILE,
S4ND. CRUSHED  ROCK.
He.
humorist
the steps
His  Humor.
prided   himself  on
being n
lie  was  running down
if the hospital  in which
lie was working when he met a fellow student leisurely climbing up.
"Hello, Brown!" cried the slow
one, noticing liis friend looked
pica ed. "You're in a hurry.
Winn's the matter? Any good
cases?"
"1 should think so!" cried Brown,
ju-t bursting with a new pun.
"We've gol a woman in the ward
upstairs who is so cross eyed that
the tears run down her back,"
"What!" .-aiel hi, friend. "Could
not do anything for her, could
you ?"
"I should think wo could," replied
Brown. "We treated her for bacteria." And away he rushed to fire
it off on some one else.��� London
Tit-Bits.
Saving Surplus Carrots.
Anv carrots that are left in the
garden when frost comes can be]
made' to keep for nearly a year by
storing them in sand. At least
tin".' kept that length of time for
us. We cut the tops to wilhin about
a half inch of the root aud laid
each carrot separately, filling the
spaces between with sand and adding enough layers to fill the box.'
Thev were kept iii a cellar that has
a temperature of from 10 to 50 dc-
grces in the winter. They always
last till the new carrots come in
June', und one year wc found a
sound one as late as August. No
doubf a cooler temperature would
suii them as weH or better, for car
rots are supposed to -tore to the
besi advantage at about 3-1 degrees,
I. M, Angel I in Suburban Life.
The Real Thing.
torv is told at thc expense
A story is told at the expense of
a Wall street man who once suddenly evinced a great interest in nautical matters and who in some manner, despite his inexperience in this
regard, was made the commodore of
n yacht club in Maine, where the
financier spends n short vacation
each summer.
One day, it is said, the newly
Hedged yachtsman" shouted to un officer of a certain craft, "Have you
weighed am hor?"
"Yes, iir."
"Then," thundered the new commodore, "why I iie deuce don't you
artii,).'t> 'i' the weight?"
An  Invit.ition.
"Harn," she said, "if a fire were
to break out suddenly in lhe liouse
what would In' your flrsl impulse,
do you think ?"
"Well, my first thought would be
for you, of course. I would get. you
to a place of safety and then do
what I could to extinguish the
flames."
'"That would he very nice of you,
Harry, to think of me first, biit if
a fire were to break out now, for instance, wouldn't vou lose valuable
time reaching me from such a long
wav across the room ?"
"Vou  wis
jury duty,"
Excused.
to he relieved from
aid a judge quoted by
the Green Bag, "but you haven'l
given n goo,| reason." "If is to
save money for the people," replied
tho unwilling talesman. "I have
dyspepsia, judge, nml I never agree
���ritn anybody. If I go mt this jury
there will be a disagreement, and
the county will have to go tn tho ex-
prnse of a new trial." "Excused,"
���-"ill the judge.
ber Berth No. 512," will lie received
at    iliis    Department    until    twelve
o'clock  noon on  Wednesday,  the   Isi
day oi .May, 1907, Inr it license to cul .
timber on  Berth  Nm.   512, situate  in
tin   Province ot British Columbia, on
the   South   Fork ,,i'   Silver   River,   in
about Township I, Range 26, West of j
the   nth   Meridian, and   described  as
follows: Commencing at a post  plant- ]
el on the North Westerly side of the
said   South   Fork    ot     Silver    River,
where  the  South   Westerly  boundary
ot Timber Berth N'o.   189, crosses the
same; theuce up said South Fork one
ir.llc iu dlrecl  distance  with a depth
oi   60  chains  on  the'   South  Easte I
side and I" chains on the North West-
, i ly side  i hereof  me isured  al   righl
uh io ilu' general  bearing ol sal I
.-.   i .: Fo. k within the berth, contain-
In ' an nr,..i oi' 800 in res, more or loss,
'I'll', i erth  musl   bo Biirveyed  wl h-
In one >,.,n- from the date of the rto
] tice awarding the berth.
The regulations under  which  a   license  will  he   issued,  also    printed
forms  of  tender  and  envelope,  maj'
|. obtaini il ai ihis Departmenl or al
the office of ihe Crown Timher Agent
j i'i New Westminster, B, C.
Each tender must he accompanied
hy an accepted cheque on a charter-
j eel hank in favor of the Deputy of the
.Minister of the Interior, for the'
ninoim! of the bonus which the applicant is prepared to pay for a license.
The hiKlii'sl  or any  len ler not   hoc
essarily accepted.
No tender hy telegraph will Le en
ie rtalned,
PERLEY (I KEYES.
Secrel iry,
Departmenl of Hie Interior,
Ottawa, February 27, 1907.
SHINGLE
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The Schaake Machine Works,! u.
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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ster B lard of   I meets vJ
Hoard Room. I ., [0j'i1Wjl
Second  Wednes I . ch nioatll
Quarte.ly  meeth oa the secotf
Wednesday    of Fe     iry,  y^-l
August  and   N i ���-. ,,���' j ,," '
Annual meetin \ the bko
Wednesday    of ,       .\.,
members   ma posed atul
elected at anj i n quarterly
meetiig.   A. v.. Whi'e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO 9 A. F, 4 A. II
���The regular oi ������ ting ot HI
ls held on the Flrsl Wednesday l��
each month, at i 01 lock p. m���
the Masonic Ti Bi] e S tlounilDl
brethren are 1 irdla ��� Im ted to,
tend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf SmitkJ
Secretary.
KING SOlOMON  LODGE, f'0,17,J
F.   St   A.   M.   Rei     r  eeEununlcM
tions of this loelge are held on t_f
second  Tuesda;        ��� i( '. nmnth i
Masonic Tempi, .- m   >.���.:!
ing   brethren  are fnvttedi
to attend.   D. v.   1      ������'. s-<
ROYAL   CITY   PRECEPTORy.eNo.ril
R.     ft     K.
Friday    ol
p.   in..   In   Orai
Royal  tmttme   .
journlng   Sir   Km.
vlteel to atte* !.
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LOYAL   ORAWGE   I    OGE, NO  Ifl
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11111,1 Friday In , ��t8j
in.    Visiting bre 1 e co      |
invited to a
James Humph
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I, 0i 0. F.���AMITY  L0OGE. NO. 27-
The regular men
are held In-Oddl )
bla   street,  ,-.
al s o'clock.    V I
elially Invited nd.  S. Greg.
N. (i.;  C, S. Ri, '    *
Coatham, R, S
F, S.;  Alex   \ i
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LOCGE Nj   |
���Meetings the I .',.
day   In    each u;  ,"l
brethren cordi
Lodge room, \"  I" ��'��� ���
fellows'   block,   ' ' .. .'
S. Corrlgan, re,
master workman
FOSE   OF   COL' IM B   -    '- '0GE c.
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mouth in s o,
hall. Oddfellows
brethren an, coi
tend.    J.   B,   RU IH
Maxwell, R. S.
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WORT ROYAL COLUMBIA.*
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and Fourth Tin   I      , ,.,,. rf
at S p. m, In Hi�� " ; , ..."
VlBltlns   Brethren   ' ' , i-
vited to attend.
K. I'. Maxwell, Se,
THE ROYAL TEMP^M^SJ
PERANCE in
at 8 o'clock p. '
Hall,    Columhln
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Hrethren are' col
tend, Geo. Bui
Sec.
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SCOTLAND 8B��   ,J
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Second Hand Store
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cPh:v   v        ar. Seattle 15.50.
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WVet--TMINSTER JUNCTION
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N W.
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G^, ni.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
. N���"���; "-     ..   - ar. Seattle 10 p.m
\'. N ��� '
-VANCOUVER
and 9:55 p. m.
;, a.m., aud 4 p.m.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Trav-e on the Fan   .
"NORTH COAST LIMITEB
Electric-lighted train
Quick Time. K.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANIi ALL POIN1    EAST
Steamshir Tickel    n  ale t   all E ir .
pean points.
ar^Gulcaon   sPecial   Reduced   Rate*   Round   Trip
,, .v   "'^^^B Rates   to   Southern   California.
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LP  RIVER.
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.. ex. Sunday 2 p.m
Monday, 6 a.m.
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Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Phone 2 7 5
NEW WESTMINSTER
CITY ASSESSMENT
COURT OF REVISION
.   .   ���        iked
$15,610,   .im ;
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on Citj    Via        In
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:.   .    1 Bob Swanson,
imbia.    One
ad to gel to
,, .: -���      lend   this
in   I ���   min   i     and   28
O'Oonnel, he well-known
���   .  alive  and
:.   ��� 'hlcago   acte i  a -   rei
....    ....   al   ihe
im   ih, ......   mi     City.
...,i-  $25, and $4.-
the gate.   Got, b
inder I be name
-  at  the time -H
of the m ' . .i T ironi i
.   i - ��� ii I:     "II
.... ���     he boul
It th        ::   '
...      to I:.'   t<   laj  ...   I ho i-ii   '
:.. :   lasl   week.    I   was   wo'i I
. neai  H im iol It. Iowa,
in   I'M i,   v, hen   Martin   Burns,   bettei
known a.s 'Farmer,' came to me and
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,     Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
j Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
!
r
I
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
--4
Mail Service
Close.   Recei
.-' :mas 7.1 J a.nl^^^^
.;   ���' ' "'''"'
',.,-.     7 4.', a in.  11.35 a.m
.._'.'', m     ;. 7.4^ a.m.   9.00a.m
;   .. -. attic. ; 4a a.m.
,-.  ... -    park.1030a.m.
Victoria      10.30 a.m.
���.   ��� . .... 1.13 p.m.
Ladni    -     ��� "    ! ���
  1.30 ;. rn- 11.00 a.m
IC-PR eas    :
... and
I, ,   a,        u-naby 3.30 p.m.
i.S.R
T K a
,el   ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MAR1
C.4U p.m.
3.30 p.m.
2.00 p.m.
9.00 a.m
1.15 p.m.
3.00 p.m. 11.35    a
C.Ofl p tn
TIME PROVINCES.
00 m
I Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
6' Mth Columbia Coast Lln*
Service.
TIME T\BLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
5 change without notice).
Leaves Van
V/TICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN that the
���     ment   R r  the      ���   i       ��� i
een returned      n       n     em dn
my ofl ���
p^p^p^p^p^p^p^B^p^p^p^p^pap^p^p^p^M    '' ! i^p^p^p^p^p^p^p^pJp^p^p^Bp^p^p^p^B
And all the principal busin,   scentersof ,.     ..    .  .     .   , _ , . -.,. ,��� .,, -    ������  ���       i  he had a good thing for me
aj   up in the Klondike,    Kid  like,
I had always been thinking of taking
a   -ii ihe saiel A - -     menl  roll   a  '';'' '" '���'" &old country, and when
��-i:i te t the '   in th,    ' '"' '��� ': "���'���" vasl sums "f money inat
: ,.-. . ,,. ��� ild be made up there it was lmpo3-
BP^BP^pj
slide to hold me any longer. Will
you go?' asked Burns. 'Well, I guess
yes,' said I. "I'll take a chance even]
il' I have, in walk back. And al thai
'he.. 1 had some little experience on
the mat, bul was a good ways from
being a champion. A man named Mel'
vin Marsh was the pany that gol me
i i the Klondike. He wanted Burns,
bin Farmer did not care to make, the
trip, and I took his place, Marsh and
I made the journey together, and got
tee Dawson wlthoui any great hardships. When I got I,, Dawson the Butler boys���you remember them; they
and 9 of Lot 8, hail from Mankato, Minn., pul me to
work in their eli'ift at the salary of $.">
R,    sion,
^^^^^^^ sitting  of  th, i.'t   of
to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and   Ke
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Fails.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  VV. VAjX,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St., Chicago, 111.
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Yeir
BETWEEN
���   ��� ��� -���   t* 'SUP*
&lJ
l.r.Op.m. 11.00 p.m.
Minneapolis, St. Paul
MONDAY, April 8, next,
at  10 . 'cl �����;���;   in    In   I   ....... n     Any
... rson   intending   I    . ;   ��� a,    against
. .--���---":.. nl :.. isi       -     m writing
filed  with   th,   Cit:    Clerk   at
leasl seven   la; -    efcre the first sitting of the  Court,
W. A. DUNCAN, Citj CH
Cil    Hall, March 6, 1907.
Land Registry Act.
SIMPLEa:
LASTING
as well as sanitary results are
obtained from the use of Alabailine.   Instead of deteriorating with age, it actually
becomes harder, ur.til  at last  it forms
part cf '.he wall itself.
ALABASTINE
with its plain tints, supplies a luxurious wall-covering for the
most handsom* rooms, leaving your walls free from the delirium of wall papers. Wa will be glad to tell you more about
Alabailine, if you will ask us. Let ut show you a tint card
and cutting of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF  FAME
Re  Subdivision
. ...n Block 7. N'ew Westminster
City. Whereas pi ol ol th< loss ot
THE NORTH-WESTERN,. LTD. tificate of Title N'ui ��� 5132a,
Embodies the newest and 'aest ideas Issued in the name of Grace 1'. Pride,
(or COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, has been filed in this office.
and   LUXURY.     It   is   Ughted   with
both electricity and g?,s; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
,\e,rld. The equipni'mt consists of
private <-ompartment. cars, standard
t6  section   sleepers,  luxurious  dining
N'i;   ������ is hereby giv, n that I shall,
the expiration of on,   month from
���:..   lati  ..- the first  ; ih ication here-
issue a   mm I, at,  ol the said Certl-
in the  meantime  valid
Amu
I   nc,
i  -.. ���
���
ice -Feb,  L4bt   modem   day   coaches   and  buffet,   ll- < ��� *>��� *���*���" ";
;    Feb   zist   brarv and  smoking ears. District Registrar of Titles.
:ice  Feb, livi,
. i.'l! VICTORIA ROUTE
- Vi. ��� ives Vancou-
rla dally at l a.m.
.: \ sr.ATTI.K ROUTE.
VCESS BEATRICE
toria dally except SI''.l��
Fir Time Taibles,  FoM-ers, or any   i ...     ���;;,.
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
���^o Second Avenue, Seattle, With
;istry Office, New W, stmln
ii   ,' . March 1 '������ 1907,
VlCTCfl a
NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
SS      'TY   OF  NANAIMO-
v v. ��� stminster at " a. m.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO RGC'TE.
S. S. Joan
iv,      ....  at Utfl ��J"
v. EST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen   City.
;.��� .'   11   p.m. <>n   It .
Ith each i onth  tor  I
��� ��� VI, toria    on    -! th    ' ��
ray point
LOv����B PHASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
1-.  ��� ew  Wi r  '.ti   M'-u
'' .���..-. ��� ,   v. ��� In, - . ��� .   I   ii   ��� I
at   2   ;. ���... .,!. I Sa
,..:��� ,. OD  M 'tl
';    ��� :..
S -.��� - ��n M i. Ia -. T i' I '.������
. Than lay an 1 Baturd iy at
rid  ���       6 ;,. m. additional
Spta Falls & Northern Ry Co.
kelson & ft. Sbeppard Ry. Ce.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points east, wes; and smith to K^-
land, Nelson and intermediate points
onnecting at Spokane with the Gr<-at
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R
&  N.   Cei.
Connect- at Rossland with the Can-
uliaii Pacific Railway fur Boundary
Creek points,
' Miieet- at Meyers Falls with
-ta^e  r'lily for Republic. \,
l.ufTct service on trains between
Spokane and Nelson.
Effective   Sunday,    November
Special General Meeting
R. A. & L Society
\   ���                        . m ���   - -    -       of   ItH
Roy: lal  So
rtoty  will     i     eld In   tin   Cil ���   Hall,   th
Weill                 Mm ."..-;'.       ;.
S. Ii .      ���   . -    .           -
..  day     l  had no sooner arrived  In
the   country ihan 1 was matched with
another  miner,    Vince    White.    W,
wr, sti, d  for J.'."" In gold  dust.    Thi
ma,eh took   place  on   the    sidewalk.
The Petlgrue brothers backed  White,
��  i ..ei n  their  claim  up  Bear i
Creek, 35 miles from Dawson.   White
was a  friend  of Swanson, and  when
��� al him he senl for the Englishman
.' at   soiniiis  like   a   Swedish  name,
h��t Swanson was a real Englishman.
1 met   Swanson and  his backers the
Sal irdaj   following the White match,
an.i  on   Friday  of  the   next   week   we \
wrt stle 1   al   the' Orpheuni  theatre, a '
'well  wnown concert  hall  ,,! Dawson.
E\, i j   man in the place paid $25 to
see    I.,   match, and   Ed.  O'onni ll, ,,f
Chicago,  was  selected  as  referee,
Om   fall was all thai was necessary
', ���  i !'.':,��� :  man to gain in order to win
match, and I came out with fly-
,. oi a     I  threw   Swanson   In   IS
;iliel   2^  seconds.    The  Hut ler
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches
throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  in.London
Hew  York, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A.
eral Banking  Business Transacted.
ind  Mexico Cit:
Engl ind,
A Gen-
Letters of Credit Issued, available witl   correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department.     Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed tit li per cent, per annum (present rate, added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $108,000,000.00.
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
M      i'\   li
'     ���
; li.    . '. .   ���������'
���,..!���.   wish  '
Bj
v,  ��� . - -
v,   r,     ..   -   hacked  me,   ami   the   Pellgrues I
the in,,ney for the <>i In��� i- I'd- .
. Vrize 1 >      rhe stake amounted to $11,000,
re, ei.ts counted up $ I,
���Minimis were winner take
I   i   Meel   whal   was  riilllill:; tee
���   md ihai   I  was the owner ol
���inst. besides a big bundle
1 ,..alii hardly wall till
���
\RY,
10,
1001.
Leave
y 20  8 m.
iz.iS pm.
9.40 am.
Day Train
. Spokane
, Ro -land
.Nelson  .
An v,
,715 1""
.4 it. p.m
6.4S !""
II   A.  lAl'KSuN
[..  m.
UPPER   FRASER  RIVER   ROUTE
S. 8. Beaver
New Westminster, 8 a. m.
Wednesdays and Fridays,
illliwaefc 7 a. ni. Tuesday,
and   Saturdays,   calling   at
etween   New   Westminster
wack.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
S.  S. Tees
l',':i'"' Vancouver at   8   p.m.   "n!l
i!1''1  ''      of each  month,  oalllng  at
8��ltlegate en first trip and Bella Coola
itiiil
HOC ;
l> a 1 ���
Tburad
landlm
inei ch
uThe Milwaukee''
���The  Pioneer Limited" St. Paul  to
Chklgo? ;'Sho,t   Line"   Omaha    O
ctlcago!  "South     West    Limited
Kansas City to Chicago
No   tram-   in   the   service  on   an>
ra^r I  in  the   world  that   equal  n.
,.,,���1������.n. tha. "( tl-e Chicago,
,Ukl.��� & St,  Paul  Railway.
Oil   s��� 	
���p^Hinp. Timi
"C|'l,r"1.'   .',re  approximate
:   trip. Timo  on  arrival
' -
- '
0 -.
rvatlons   and   Information
Iresj
F.D. OOTJIiET,
��� nt, :!ew Westminster
B, .1   COYLE,
'���'   -   Agent, Vancouver,
.1   w. TROUP,
g Ij p:'- 1 on dent, Victoria
M
own and operate their own sleeping
ind dining cars on all! tlu-ir trains and
give  their  patrons  an  excellence  of
ervice nol obtainable elsewhere,
II  S Rl >\VK. General Agent
1 vt Third St.. r,r Alder, Portland, Or,
City Electric Works
Opposite rram Office
I'm eloe te Ic      11    tlj name . motoi -
1.ui , 'phutiG Hxl nn      Imd,     liell      1
tei le i,   wie e and  ��� ahlea 1 1  all  k Ind
and ���'.''      Hi    ���   " Mm;    Motoi   ;ee
Rtalllns   .     .    . Ul kind   of re
hhIi    pi nm 1 lij  al lendod to
j. ijm.iin. Proprletoi
PHONE   104
I    11
in 00,1 1 1 MPi'i
,1 row,-' 1 1 MPRl
��� I home te, pul thai money
they made me si iy
..   ite 1 to, and as then
er me lo wresilr the)
in   .'.    Mumiil;
m -   Sla> in      1   knew
id ol   ��� iort, an 1
* ' ..       arrived      and
WC   we're
,        ' ,     he copper
... t     Then
I he  hou ..  thai
. ��� in tho s ime
. mm:   mill h   imiI,
M .
ihon iii.in 1 h id
. . . hi
.��. m   back two
i   them   w ithoul
an  trial.    That'-- thc
���- . i,e   biggest   wrestling
Mm  ever took place from a
(evarieifil siandpoini. and as the fuels
aie   all   home  0,11   lev   doennienls   nt
hand I do not think yon will have any
one  10 oonli'sirtiel   lhe story when  it
appeal's,     l  doti'i   ihink  It iias e or
b%en   pvihlls'lieil, and will  be news no
il������,  10 tend   for your   denhi.  re, many  people."
The-
ROYAL BANK �� CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS    45,400,000
Eighty-five branches, with Correspondents  throughout
the. world.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
foi Cl INK M1 C \R< R< " '��� ��� IN
WHITE Ih'KSl. DAWSON and
I VIRBANKS, Daily tra is (ex, ��� pt
jundaj I carrying 1 ai engen
expr, - -ind trcigthl conned witl
stag, ..1 1 arcroai and White Hoi ���.,-
,n tintaining a through ��intei set 1 i< c
Foi  information apply 1 o
ROGERS,  Traffic   Manage,
Vancouver  'i   C
SAVINGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.   Interest added fmir
times a year.   Stmt to-day.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
--FINEST   AND   TASTEST
liEMPRESSESl!
; OF  HKITAlN|t4.B00
8 OP IRELAND J     TONS
lhe Old Countfj   while the
,. ,0Wi    Tourlai Bleeperi run
l lonnecl with Emprew
iiiinn,  April   I'-Ml,     Por other
,    nnd rate, apply to
ED. QOULET.
C.P R- Agent.
D'tcs Ahead.
March ?fi Entertainment, St. Bar
nnl.'     ii:, |],
March 27- 'Sons of Scotland visit
vpneouver,
March 20���Itifie Practice, Richmond
range.
March ,10���Gun Club Meeting.
\��'.V  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH   -
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY   EVENINGS, 8 TO   B   O'CLOCK.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
I'   1:   WAJ.KJSR,  President, \i.KX.   LAIRD,  General  Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts  may he opened  an.l  conducted by mail with all branches of this b;:nl<.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits rf $1 and upwards received.   Interest allowed at current rates  and
added  four  times   a year.   The depositor is subject to no delay
whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS
5
1 r ?
THE DAILY NEWS*
TUF.SOAV
MARCh|
1907
THE DAILY NEWS SdAkevery grain-deuca.e,
Published by the Daily News Pub! piquant ��� p
lislrns;   Company   Limited,   a'    their I .    .    .
-��=.���       ,,.   ���,���   civ,i,    ,r,fi    hVnnt I absolutely pur
uant ��� perfect   crystals ���
offices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   Kron
streets. New Westminster, B. C
WINDSOR SALT.
A.   Paige Manag
,37
er
ADVERTISING RATES. it a hundred-year club In this cltj is
Transient   display   advertising,   10 due to the facl thai New Westminster
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines to people enjoy  .such  good   times    thai
the   inch.      Five   cents   per   line   fork, ,.      ,. ,. I
' I hey want   lo  live loiever.      II   is eel- HVB
noi thoroughly looked into the mattei
ermen suffer serious Inconvenience
from the slip being blocked, but at
the same., time he considered thai one
oi even two new landing place.- ought
to be made.
The w iterfront leases caused a shorl
discussion, and Aid Shiles wished to
i ropose that they be disposed of there
i.iiii then, but, lhe council considered
i.
subsequent   insertions. s^s^s^s^sm        BHM^^^^^^^^b ���  .-
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 tainlj true thai the climate ol Nev,
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil, Westminster lias a trick of making
10 cents per line. e oue  feei  tna)   jt  [s   w��rth   while just
For   time   contracts,   special   posi-l     ,      ,.
tions, apply to advertising manager.    I tj
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or' ���
deaths,  50c.     Wants,   for  sales,   lost ��� _ _|t        _._...__
or found, rooms to let. etc.. one cenl I III Wr 11 DFj Fl Vl\
per won]. No advertisement taken | Ll/UllvIL IlLvLITLj
for less than 2o cents.
mi  ii,imi.  "in,  nev ii,,,,,,,, v	
''-; to 'ay the matter over for a 160 acres on McLennan road, Surrey, close  to station,    lions,.   L6x21;
eek, as  some of the aldermen  hadL ,l(.,vs jn t-lii��-u.-n runs; s large chicken houses;   15 acres cleared.    Price
'   " '.,.-,..-.,���..,,   I,,,,,  ,,,,. m-.tlee-   L��.           ,,;,.,,    ,..,���,,     l,a1nnro   oaav   |,M.���1S
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22
Night   Office    B22
DR. PAGAN'S REQUEST
Chief W'.'.i son. recommending K. A.
Crandall and Archie Kelly to (ill vacancies on Are brigade caused by C.
Dickenson and J. Wright resigning.
Recommendation adopted.    The coun
lee t��� discus
ye ar.
casb. balance easy terms.!	
loquitlam, Burnaby, Lulu Island,
(Continued   from   First  Page.)
<H$ji|||pEl
TUESDAY,  MARCH  26,   1907.
SALARIES   OF   TEACHERS. .,,���,.���   |;l|v,.n  ���,  ,.������,.,   ,������   ^^  ^
Regarded  as a   local  question,  ibis  an increased death rate of 15 percent.
Dates Aheud.
March 2(1���Entertainment,   St.   Barnabas Hall.
March 27���Sons   of   Scotland   visit ,
land where., the matter has been taken   Vancouver
up,   and   showed   a   decreased   death:    ,,     ,   ���,    .....    r>     ..      .... ,
1 March 29���Rifle Practice.  Riclimoinl :
rale of 50 per cent.;  Germanv, 62 per
range.
c< nt.;   Ireland,  where  no  steps    had
.March 30���Gun Clu i Meeting.
SOMETHING  GOOD  INJSIMMeJ:
�� m urns Laujn Tv
Bluegrass <"**
White Clover
Flower Seeds
V'SetabU Seeds
fresh and Reliable
Spraying Materials
Grafting Wax, Ek
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store
$25  per acre,  one  third
10-acre Lots, close to city In Surrey, Coqi
from $200 up.
4'ii acres with water frontage opposite  Royal   City   mill,  for $225   per
acre.    Terms.
16l> acres at Halls  Prairie, close  to   postofflce   and   Station;    100   acres
house, with bath; bain 90x100, I! fowl houses, pig pens and
cil then adjourned to meel In commit-
I  ibe  estimates   for  lhe ! cit ared;  7-room	
slaughter house,   Price $14,000, $5,000 cash, balance easy  terms'.
mi  river, al
elang
160 acres in Chiiliwack district, n'i   cleared   and   fen,eel,  on  main   road,
Pii'e $12,000, half cash, balance l and 2 years,
77 acres,   1%   miles  from   Westminster  Junction,   frotilim
cleared.   Price $70 per acre, one thlr.l cash, balance easy terms,
so acres. 2  miles  from   Westminster Junction,  all cleared.    Price $60
per   acre,   one   third   cash,   balance easv terms.
Call  and see our list of houses and lots In the city.
,r of higher salaries for the teach- j He considered  thai  the  benefits con-1   CLASSIFIED  ADVERTISEMENTS
ii-.   in   our   public   schools   seems  to   ferred  on   humanity by  the construe-   _QR caie���Flnesl  strain  While  Pe
come   as most things do in these days   tion   of sanitariums,   and   the   proper      ...      ,    ,       ,,,.   s, ,
Kill       dlil K       tgiJo,    3>l."i'       pi I        {\\>/A  II.  j
ie the level of a simple, business and systematic can. of the afflicted George Morrow Distllleryville
IM,,.. ition. If we wanl good service ones, would be worth four times the ^.ew westminstei l2d-70
we musl paj for It, It Is nol to be amouni of monej expended ,,n the In-
expected thai any teacher will remain stltutions. Nol only was the patient WANTED���Lad.i Housekeeper, llghl
here ii able to secure better terms! Instructed as to the care of himself in work. Apply Windsor Hotel. (KI
elsewhere;   neither can    (ve    suppose  these institutions, bul also the proper
that  the whole body of teachers will   way in which to live ancl conducl him- WANTED���Female   Help   wanted   at
' once.   Apply New Method Laundry,
HALE & LANE,  Real Estate Agents     F. CRAREj
It   coin, in   if in  receipt  of  lower  sal-   se'fi   SO   that   the   chances  of   passing
aries than are paid to teachers doing   'i1" disease on, were reduced to a min
Burr block. Columbia street.
dtf
JOB PRINTING���We make a specialty of Saw Mil] and Factory Prin ing
Headings for Expeditious Bookkeeping. Send us your order. ARROW
Press.     Mrs. Dominy, Prop.
248 Columbia St.,  New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY. Alberta.
Dprmg suitings
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Ceo   Ada
wi, Croc,
112.7:
ihe same work elsewhere in the Pro-jim��m' antl he ceased "' '"' ;i menace
since,  where   the cosl  of  living and   :" ""' community.
so forth are' very much the same. Mayor Keary, In going over Dr  Fa-
iim there is another side to the'san's remarks, tool; exception to the
question. Our public school system statement that n patient had been re-
Is nol municipal; it is provincial,  H is   fused admittance to the Royal Colum-
a government department with a dep-   Man  hospital, as  he   said    consump- r-OR SALE���6-room house with bath.
nty minister at its head.and ii is gov-   lives wen. received  righl  along.    Dr. electric light, etc., on Tenth street,
erned   by  a  statute of  the Province.   Pagan   saiel  thai  he did  not   wish  to close   in.   $2,000.     Also   three   lots
The    responslbilltj     rests,   therefore,   cast   any   reflections  on   the   manage- near city limits for $50 each.  P. O,
with the Governmenl In the first place, {menl  of the hospital,  but  this young box 594, Xew Westminster.          dtf
Wi   understand that  the Government  man had been given to understand in   	
ai   Victoria   intends,  bv   an   all   round   v("'v   I'1'1'"   terms,   that   lie   was   nol FOR   SALE    Fruit  Ranch,   11 acre.-.   Ij                   .                                                                   ,                  .      .       ������
increase  In  civil  .service salaries, to  wanted; also the rules of all the hos- aces cleared; house, stable 50 fruit Satisfaction guaranteed or money  refunded.     Duits  kept  in  repair
recognize the   facl   that   the  cosl   of Pitals fori,hi  taking in consumptives, trees; on main road.   Cheap, $2,650.                      free of charge for one year.     Open evening
living is rising, and  that  the. rate of   l"'1   further.ordinary   hospitals    were white    &    shiles,    260    Columbia'
pay musl   rise  with   it,    This  is jusi   .-imply of mo use for ihe treatment of street. New Westminster.             dtl
as ir i the leaching professi in as   tMs disease.    Several questions were  	
oi any other class; and the Govern- nFkef< ,,v l!l" council, as regards pay- LOST���On Front street, a coal with
menl should certainly recognize and ment of patients, and a few other mat- papers, letters, etc., of value to own-
provide for the necessitv in respeel lers' If patients are able to pay, they er only, in pocket. Kinder please
���.   ��� class of public   servants    as   v'n  '>��' requested to do so, bul  other |    return papers to Daily Xews Office
Ladles' Go] I \\ u
Gentlemen's   s I
...  $6.00. ���	
Gentlemen'    S
case, $7.50 nn.
-u'.""  for tli	
Watches, - i      .
Arctic  ICxpedtl   ,i
Chains, Ring i, Jew,
Watch    repali i
I able.
Just Arrived one of the largest  and  most
complete stocks in British Columbia
SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER. $5.00 UP
OVERCOATS TO ORDER. S17.00 UP
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
quickly as in  respect  to another class.   ';''""s will  be  treated  free.     His Wor-     dtf
The province has entered upon a time  sh|P was cf the opinion that the mat-   T|Mn_B _"    '
,,,,     ,,,i,,,i ,      .,      t^      ���        TIMBER   LANDS���We  deal   exclusive
ol   prosperity;   the  Governmenl   is  in   "    should be taken up by the Domin-      .... , ,        ,,
II enjoyed . ,e�� ye.��� ���so; ,.,..��� ,.,,,-,  ''���   �����  �����   ��>���!'   ennnlc, lies anj|    ,"��'"  ""��� """"���
THE
UP-TO-DATE  TAILOR
NOW IN
AT
257 FRONT STREET
Cor.  McKenzie   and   Front
councils should be asked to contribtit,
oi,   ihe  municipal   taxpayers,  its res-   '"'"l   wh��e   recognising   the   n    of __ ,	
ponsibility in ihis mailer of increased    ''' attention   for  the  sick,  he for   J0B  pR|NT|NG���We work    for    thi
buy or sell, see me.   E. R, Chandler, |
107  Hastings  St.,  Vancouver,  B.C
cost of ed ileal Ion. The i Ime appears
m e ripe for a demand by the muni
i i] alities for "better terms" in thi
matttei of school expenditure.
best people   of New    Westminster,  j
Your  order  will     be    appreciated.
ARROW   PRESS.   Room     1.    Daily
News  Block, MRS.  DOMINY, Prop,
one thought ii was a mailer for gov
' nimenl attention; he knew of people
ft,,u had taken subscriptions, ami gon i
'" a  greal  deal  of trouble    for    the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^sani"     caii-ee.   ami      never     even     got	
..,,,. ,      'banks.    Dr. Fagan immediately rose: *-*-.*���*  ��...
,U [**���f'T��rT* "Wu   '    " *    things    fo F0R   SALt
11,1   ''"���' th,aJ l'lr Socialists have, as a   ;1||u,s/. ^     Elght   ,,���������   ���;���1H,    Carnan.on   s,
'   :'  '���""'  ;'""nS'   :"".  I'"v"1���"'   owe to suffering humanity"  An issue   close t0 Posl Office, $1,500, half cash.
;U"'inf  !:"' l""S""'   S"7'."n' i;1"'  ;,^,>S   which  sh.���.,.i  ������- ** ,������,;,! '���;,���' as      $800- close  "'  si^'"  "treei   car;   ;
how   ii   happens  thai   Liberal   [iapers ..,.    , . ' ,,,���,, i���.��� -..
arc   no,   protesting  against  this  collu-   :' '?' '"al  """^*'"'  '""  ^ tha,   ap-   '"-.house.
.lu ���..,,  iheir  friends    in    the  ' ':i""   !" "v'"'v ,,,liz""' an" "" ' ' * ���'��0' near Hlgh S"' 1; T '"""-
tl il the council would not  take such a cheap convenient home'.
House and the mllowers ol Mr.  Haw-
,..;,,,,          i   ,,      ,.,���    '   'nlserab.e  view  of the   matter,  for $1,300, close te. Crescent'   7  room'
tliornthwaite.     It   makes  all   the  ,iit-   ..          .,           . .    , ......in,   ,   ,ouiu.
i1 councils, municipalities and citizens bath, etc.
K-icnce   savs the organ,  whose ox  is   .    ,
e      ,,-      -.    .,,                                 ""'"    lt!e    matler    up,   governments v<jurrr  p   cum ce
We  cite Mus  as a   specimen         ,.            .  , WHITE  &   SHn_LS.
.'    he silliness which  passes for poll-   ,'"'       '"''''"'>'   ,!"   ; io!''   ll!,1"' ;    '",15C Columbia  St..  New Westminster.
it i ward the scheme,	
e onuiienl  in the. McBride organs.
Whai  difference does ii   make"to lhe      A   lew  more r01��arks being passel. | DRY DOCK  FOR  SALE.
WHAT IS NEEDED
to raise good stock i    go  d FEFD. We. keep lhe best and the
best only.    .Make your chickens la; \.   giving 'hem good feed,
Strengthen your lhe stocl;   by   bul ' tig  u i   bone   and   mu    I
and us,- CARNAC
LADIES have you tried the Pastrj   Flour made bj   the Eburi
Milling Company,   If not Telephone 333 and I;;   It; tin
obtained   are  excellent.
M. LANGTRYl
  DRUG   STORE
Ryall's
r������-
l
ISPROTT-S
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
I..     . Is   whether  i he  Socialists   vote
the deputation   liming    thanked
la   members of the council  for Iheir
Tenders  v\ ill   he  r, ceive I i iii  April
with  iliein  oi   with  the Government?
\      : :   !, ive  iiiim  io dictate to
the    .  > ialis, -   how   I lie  latter   shall
vole?   ,', h i,   in Im ements   could   thej
0 . : to Inlluen   ��� ' heir rotes? The Mc-
1 . I le   oi mum.   inighl    better    wrestle
;be  iptesllon.     lie.,   did  it  hap-
lllf IblVl'l gol   111,'  So-^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
��� vote when il n led thai  vote,   'uateriul   ui street.   Grant, I   indei ui     i''11!! Information from I", M. Bdd)
an.l :loes  mu   get   it   now'.'
. ml attention, adjourned, the council ., 1907, by the un lersl iici for the es
h  ring   promised   to   lei   them   know late of the  late  W.   K.  Emerson,  ro,
. .��� iiiee  action  would be taken in lhe purchase or lease of the
1110  '"all FLOATING   DRY   DOCK
Communications      were      .    ei\   I situated al the fool of Fourth avenue
fimn  ib.   following; \tw  Westminster,     The planl   lias a
,1.   Hoy,  permission  lo  lay  building | band-saw and full equipmenl of Lools,
LI Ml I ED
130 ll istings Sm w , Vai        r. i
J    Bookkeeping, Gregg a   I Pita   i
I    Shorthan I, Tel,
l    gineerlng.
McQUARRII
Seven   Teachers
J  Forty-riv?   Typewriters j
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET, Telephone oil.
; .     ,' donlsi   e ... en Is   some    grey
i     te.   In  considering    whether    ihe
i     I i over," ii written ol
a d,   a u, can be cla ise I a i good EJng-
'.   .:.    Seeing thul  our venerable . on-
i, mporary iefers to ihe <leni url j  .lie
I
I    I    'el,111.   ens.        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
^'an ione Hen ,.   Pluuibln;    ' ,.,
   ��� "ii   m> open   Ague,  sirei       u
i he dock,    I lighesi or any tender no
in ci    laril)  ace i pte I
MIPS  SADIE   EMERSON.
New   Westminst, r. H    i
McDon el I'm house : > I he  I. an   Receli
I and  refer,   I    i liourd ol   ,\
ice thai w...... was ; ropi rlj  [lerfornic I.
S. ,1.  I'i'.h i e, sanitary Inspector, re-
.innie'iielii1; lhat  the broom on road   ri.
[ternary, 'it   is   presumable   that'll   isicomraen ��� ll''"  lhl' broom em road   q      . pj.   i    ���       .,     ���    jnAP
\��� rican-Fngllsh,   sometimes   called   ^^  to   the   Is tlon hospital,  I     K(p llVj UflP, NO. J,  1.0.0.1.
IIHH^i^i^H^^^^^^^H^^^^^I^^^^^^H (iii ii, ii ti.,.
EASTER
With that, one thinks of dainty
Collars ancl Belts, Chic Blouses aiid
Stylish Dress Skirts.
We have them at
J   Students Aim. m i"    ,
,'        R. I.SP.13N, B \. Principal j
I  '
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Reduced Rates
Easter Holidays
i iii and   removed  and  i liat the  bull I-
lligs  be    whitewashed.    Referred    i
! e,ar,i ot health to act,
Mew   Westminster Glass Co., drav
"Good United States," of which ii is
thinking. It should not trouble itself. The stiuly of English is one ol
lie.  ib::,.      which   has   be'en   given   up
In these latter days.   It is not Includ-   lng   council's   attention   to   Pifteenth j No> g> i.q.O.F., are requested to meet
,���;   in our  public  school curriculum;    !''"''. and  requesting  thai   the road  at the oddfellows' hall, at 1 p.m   Tues
tv,,    ..��� ���..i i..i,    ..,���   ,i    i      Iii     ,',.,,:��� iei'.l l',.|',e.|.,,.l    e,.    ,1,,.   e ,1 .    -
Fare   one and   on
; ip to local ;. il ti,
March  27th lo  '<
'urn  April  2nd,
For further paril
E, .1. COYLE,
A HI'. \.
Vnneoin er,
FUNERAL  NOTICE.
The  members of Royal City Lodge
W WHITE   HOU5E|ibninster Iron Work
A. J. BIRTCH
-275 Columbia St.
the   progressive spiiii  of ihe age has   bi   repaired.     Referred   lo  the board
discovered that ihere is no money in  IM works to act,
It' Poundkeeper   Baits,  asking  i,,i- jn
i ri'iise of s.ilar.
, ommlttee.
I'.i'.e i re I ie, flnan:
day, March 20, 1907, for the purpose of ���
attending the funeral of our late
brother, ���). E. Phillips, P.G.M., P.G.R.
The members of Amity Lodge, No, 21,
and all visiting brethren are invited to
be i resent.
By order of
II. M, WELSH. N. C.
C. S. KEITH, Secretary.
NEW    WESTMINSTER
M.i'ib    see-nis   lo    lie    preparing   I 	
Keep up  Its  proverbial  reputation   by Petition   from   fishermen  requesting
going oul   like a  lamb,    The  Bowers the council  lo take action a3 regards
thai   bloom   in   the  spring have been new landing Bteps,   Referred ,,, board
with us for some lime, and now the of works to act.
loblns are busy with the planning ol ,\i,i smith In speaking on the mat-  ran r    A     r t       n    i   hi
thei, summer residences.    A few hum ur, considered thai the fishermen had   jUU LOfflS Ol   \M M\\i  m{\M
,,,,.I   miles   easl   of   us,   winter   siill ,���, |,i,.k coming as regards the block-
h, Ms sway, bul here spring Is already |ng ���,, 0f Eighth streei as he blmseif,                                At
full of hints or slimmer. had known io or so fishing boats ti. ;  Eraser River Tannery
up at thai slip at one time, an I ; i hia
Second Hand Junk Store
o o 6 6 o i) ii o (i o o o o o o o o o
<>   O   <>   O   O   ()   f)   <)
Highest Prices Paid for  STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all description::. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also bay and sell everything.
GENERAL MACHINE A>u ['"Vl
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKIUUI   '
STRUCTURAL IRON    rtU
Ornamental   iron   ' ���  '
Fenees,  dales.   Fire   K* '
Mail  orders and  ' ;i
vile.I.
JOHN REJD,
BEUBlli X"
N'ew  W'e. tenl,i'-:, r
W. N. Drap^r
The "l inagan
i'm.'      he    irma lon   knowledge had neve;, known fb<
Between  Columbia  and
Highest Cash Price Paid   Fraser River Hotel
Apply by mail,
or by    U
'PhoneNo. 214  *���'����> UI0L"   *
B. C. LancJ
Survo   r
N, I'".'
26   IW
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fA.SHMST()k>l il'   '^'yD^
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s
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,/M-
A
FEW DAYS
Till
EASTER!
Artistic Headwear in
[Distinctive Styles
ear ni,        i ngs sn
ery store: not t'.att,
  mor,
nevei   boug bt sm .....
a ith our regrul ir rn
i . . ��� his week i om prise n,|  NV��   1
.   .     e;: eon   Violet, Pn N'n ���>
\ ������.    Ready to ^s eai a      Sa   c ������
-"ned Shapes. Flowers   Plumes, Foliag,
|$18.50 to $21.50 Suits.
.. ���   shov, in- of novel! y tweed     mil   I
ets,   In light  colors, wl,
,   of -oo I Soot, h and Dom, ���
...   twilled Italian, and  ire wi
ilar styles, $18.50 to $21.50.
|$25.00 to $40.00 Suits.
. ; iborate        ��� i I,     Qroadclotl,     Worslrd   H���
i   iverl  Suii-. eclipsing all on,  prevlo i
���  ..ii the i'M'iuis.M, and I
What About a
Silk Waist for Easter
...   [S   ;,,; ge      \.. ��� Illlli i
.... ... I'llilll    en I
I       .- ,,e    ..   'I .ell.   ,e        Illll I
-...,.; illrro   I1     ;'       ":
65c,  .'     '
., ���  ,,���   w
i 75c a yard.
\\ M   .
THSMITH
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
KSECX
������������������������������������ "
West:. End
--���! 'SE of 5 rooms, in fir it
class bate ;:'; ;;r'f' we"
;    sit     -. id a half lots
all :....... ���       , new bam
Price $1,000
McLEOD,  MARK &  C
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LAND DEPARTMENT
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Burnaby
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ii   r   fjjrift, fvigr. J. B. Wilson W. H. Clarke
 -.      bla   St    (Pales   Bloc   I    '"'    ""        p' i     h   Office.  Hazlemere,   B.C.
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I
.and   ipec   ���      ���
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.I $, wii.-n the a1
,;,,.ne;���i,   Will   be   |���v
, ��� ige  i    Kb
���"   llM'.OIll,
....    in tho i.'.M bus been
...    |   .,- ���   s tied up i"
,a   looks ho worse
, .a  with  the ex,	
nr,    Mr.  Ross intends !     A| rii
. lanbnl thorough ly reii
.. ;,,l\:111o, ��� ei to convince
���   [hi contrary, And then th,
,:!,. |,  which   ,.,min:,'   I  ln  her
���i  tee the cltj  !"��� '
:���   with eli:".   ' ���   thai   sh?
efitralnWd  I', n      doing    ..     ell
(,(,11;   hm-ni.     The  wonvin  is an in-
.    opium   fiend,   and   a   COHSti
iiieuial  wreck, and  from  her anion.-,
n:. nir ner mental    ilAtu e.
SOMLIfMNCi    'JOOD
Red (iate l���
SOc  per  pound %*UiI��f3
ADAMS    &    DEANS
THE   CITY   GROCERY
Opera House Bookings.
Alar. ince G
April 5��-K4ng of Tra
Moved to New Premises
302 McKenzie St.
A.   HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting
P. O. Box 243
Telephone 302 THE DAILY NEW
TUESD
east.
NOTICE.
Off the Beaten Track. .	
The olel captain whose s-eafarinj,' NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
davs were over looked from the :;���., days a'ur date I intend to apply to
eaeel to the artist and back to the the Hop���chiel Commissioner of Lands
easel attain with a tolerant smile. and Works for special license to cut
ease 1 a j. hi ii a timber from the  fol-
"Hanging around the wharf Ml lo^Qg (i^r���wl land_ sltuated ai ,,���.
do, 1 see a good many o your kind,    KltBumgaiium   River,    Coast District.
he said in a friendly tone.    "Going I Range 5:
to paint the sea, 1 take it.    Well.'   claim No. 1.���Commencing al apost
r
it
chains north to Skeena Rive,; thence  corner
I'm clad to see vou setting down to [planted 25 miles up from the mouth et
i ni (,idu iu B v. j Kitsumgallum River, on the west bank
.       .-.    ,   Ioi Kitsumgallum Lake, running as foi-
"Don't the Others Sit down."   ask-  ]()WS.       so  chains  west:     40    chains
cd the artist. south;     �����>   chains   west:     SO chains I
"Most o'   ,ni do," said the cap- north;
tain, "hut there was one woman
who kf-p' walkin' around, holdin' up
a pencil an' squmtin' lier eyes.
Finally she got where the view
seemed to please her, but she kep:
Bteppin' backward an' s'teppin' hack-
'ard till at last she stepped off.
"No great harm done," added the
captain, stooping to look more closely at the picture on the easel. "We
fished her out. an' I guess aftei
that she was content to paint common."'���Youth's Companion.
40  chains   west;     80 ci
120 chains east; and 40 chains
south to point of commencement.
Claim No, 2.���Commencing at a posl
planted about 23 miles up from the
mouth of the above river, on the east
bank of lhe Kitsumgallum Lake.;
thence SO chains east; 40 chains
south; ta chains west; SO chains
south, more or less, to the river; then
along river to point of commence
ment, containing 640 acres, more or
less.
Claim No. 19.���Commencing al post
planted on the south bank of Skeena
River, aboul half mile up from the
month of Kitsumgallum River, on the
south side of Skeena River; thence
120 chains south; 120 chains east lo
Skeena River: ihence along river to
point of commencement, containing
C40 acres, more or less.
Located February 22, 1907.
WILLIAM MOODY.
FRANK VANDALL,
Locators.
Per Frank Vandall.
March 22,  1907.
of , be old KI.Mnuu.lun, Indian, hence  ^chain^ ^
Reserve,  tnen   160   chains    west;
chains   north;    Iti"1   chains     east;
chains south  to  point  of commence
ment.
34.���Commencing al a post planted
���in chains west of the northeast corner of Location    No.    3!
cliains     west,  40    chains
(bains  east;   40 chains
of commencement,
35.���Commencing al a post planted
in chains west of the northeast corner
of Location No. :n, then 160 chains
west;   4,,   chains   north;   160
40
then    160
north;   160
mth to point
thence     SO
to shore,
Ihence  westerly  along shore  to  poinl
of commencement
S.   II.   FORD.
K. II. CRAGO.
March 21, 1907.
publish*. 1   ai
b< good an i
DATED ui
New   Westmh
ish Columbia,
ary, A.D.  1907
c
TIMBER   NOTICES.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
30 days after date, we intenel to apply
to the Honorable the Chief Commis
sioner of Lands and Works for a Bpe
license to carry away timber from
s- KEITH
i ml
chains   the
east; 40 chains south to poinl of com-   coasl   District
mencement.
NOTICE. 36.���Commencing al a posi  plain
  about   120  chains  west   of  the north-
NOTICE  IS HEREBY GIVEN that eas( corner 0f Location No. 35, then
sixty days after date we intend to ap- Uro chains north;  40 ,'bains easi
ply to the Hon. the Chief Commission- c]ia5ng Sliuth;  40 chains west  to th
following  described   lands  in  llu
,1
60
northerly along the river to the point
n,   commencement lei of Lands and Works for permission j ]j( jn,   of commencement.
Claim No. 3.���Commencing at apostijtocut and carry away the timber from j    37,_c0mraenclng al a posl  planted
about sn chains wesi of the northeasl
corner of Location No. 35, thence 160
cbains  north;   10    chains    east:   160
Genuine   Repose.
It is good to be strenuous, bui it
is also good, as thc poet tells us, t,
piny the for,! or, iii iiny rati, to U
idle  al
for,]
the righl  time and in
planted at the south-west comer ol
T I- 7942; thence 40 cbains east; 80
chains south; 40 chains eas,; SO
chains south; 40 chains west, more or
less, t,e the Kitsumgallum River;
thence northerly along the river to
Hi, point of commencement
Claim Na4.-CommencInga1 apost  ^^   ^..^ ^   ^.^ aa  {q
the following described lands situate
In Kitsumgallum Valley, Coasl district:
20.���Commencing at a post planted
ai.mu 3V6 miles north of the northwesl  cornei  of ('. F. A. Green's pre-
planted  about   16 miles    up
I r,nn
right  wny.
This
siren,mus man forgets, and the consequence   i-   too   often   premature
mouth ol the Kitsumgallum River, on
the , asl bank; ihence 10 chains east:
is just what thi ii.n chains south; 10 chains west,
more or less, to the river: thence
noi th, rly along the river to the poinl
of commenc, ment.
Claim No. 5.���Commencing al a posl   west conn
planted about  16 miles up    from the  emption   claim.
mouth ,,: the above river, on the west   llllvs.   1(j0  c_ajn
bank;     thence   80 cbains  west;     so j
idling consists not in a chance chains south; 80 chains east, more or
less, to tiie river; ihence northerly
along the river to the poinl or commencement.
claim No. 6.���Commencing at a post
planted   12 miles  up  from the mouth
of    the    river,    on    the wes,  bank:
thi nee   to  chains   west;     40     chains!
south;     4,i chains  east;     80    chains j chains   west   and
point of commencement
breakdown, a common event ra tn<
storm and stress of modern life.
The strenuous life is helping to
overcrowd our asylums. The sensible
of excitement or in hard work dis
guised as a game, but in thai "genuine repose of which Charles James
Fox. strenuous as ho was in politic?
and in plsy, was thinking when hi
said there was nothing so pleasant
as to lie under a shady tree with a
book except to do so without s
book.'"���Practitioner.
lows: SO chains east; 80 cbains south;
l) chains wesl and s" cbains  norlh tee
pe iiii of commencement.
21.���Commencing at a post  planted
about   3%   miles  north  of the  north-
of r. F. A. Green's pre-
then  running  as   foi-
wesi;   40     chains
south;   160 chains easi  and  40 chains
north to the point of commencement
22.���Commencing at a posi  plain,..I
about 4  miles north of the northwest
corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption
ciaim,   then   running   as   follows:   80
chains   east;   SO   chains     norih;     80
hains   west   anil   SO   chains   south  lo
chains west;  40 chains south to ] ll
of commencement.
38.   Commencing nl  a  post  planted
a!  the   northwesl  corner of Location
No. 33, thence so    chains    wes';  80
e h lins   south:   SO  chains
chains norih  to poinl  of
ment.
No. l. Commencing at a stake planted on shore oi" Tsi Has Lagoon, near
N, W. Cor. T. H. 6829, thence north
50 chains, east 128 chains, south 50
cbains, west 128 cbains to point
commencement.
No. 2, Commencing at a stake planted about 300 fee, from east shore -ef
Act ion Sound, near S. W. cor, T. I..
6939, Ihence south 80 chains, east 80
chains to line of T. L. 6941, north su
chains ,,, sin,re of Huaskin Lake, wesl
80 chains, more or less, to place ol
commencement,
No. ::. Commencing al the B, E. cor
ner 'i'. L. t.'.ij, aboul  one mile from
isi   and  sl>   head of Forward Harbor, N. E., thence
commence-   north 80 chains, east 40 chains, south
|,in chains, wesl 40 (bains, north  80
To Thomas
All person
lice, and th
under them,
Ing any Int,
virtue of anj
and all perso
In lhe said
title is no; ,
visions of ib
shall be forevi
from setting
f   respeel   of  Hi
taxes as prov
try Act."
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No
New  York's  Oddest  Street
One of the strangest streets in
New York is Patchen alley, situated
about at the entrance of Greenwich village.   The alley is conduct-   v" ���-'
ed upon the principle of a building |r . , ._
of flats. There arc two rows of little three story houses, the height of
two storv houses of ordinary size.
There nre small balconies outside
each row of windows, and these are
vine clad, if vou ring the bell and
ask for the janitor you will be told
that he lives in the mi,Idle house on
the north side, and in the meantime
you will be having a glimpse into
the narrowest hallway in "New York
out into about the smallest and
greenest back yard. Patchen alloy
is as it was sonic hundred years ago.
There have been no changes.���New
York Press.
south; 60 chains east, more or less.
to the river; thence northerly along
the rive: to the poinl of commencement
Claim No. 7.���Commencing at apost
plant, el about 4,1 chains wes, of the
south-wesl corner oi the old Kitsumgallum reserve; ihence 100 chains
40 (hains south; 160 chains
. ...st: 40 cbains north, to point of corn-
northwest corner Of Location
then 80 chains west, su chains
ith; 80 chains easl; 80 chains nor,li
point of commencement.
WILLIAM   MOODY.
FRANK VANDALL.
Locaters.
\gent, Frank Vandall.
March 21, 1907.
NOTICE.
23.���Commencing at  a posl  planted
aboul  Ti  miles norih of the northwest
in cbains north: 160 chains east; 40
chains south, to point of commencement.
Claim No. 9.���Commencing ar apost
planted on the north-west corner of
T. L. 7945; thence 160 chains west;
tn chains south; 160 chains east, to.
the west line of T. L. 7945; thence
along the line to point of commencement.
Claim No. 10.���Commencing at a
post planted on the west line of T. L.
71,ir.. about 40 chains south of the
north-west    corner    of    T.   I..   7ii4.V,
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I intend to make aplicatlon
corner of C. F. A. Greens pre-emption t0 the  ,,������   ,,,0 chle�� Commissioner
claim, then running as follows: 160 of Lands and Works, for a special !i-
chains east; 40 chains north; 160 cense to cut and carry away timber
chains west; 40 chains south to point J?mt fe   l'",l,,win-  described   lands,
"��� commencement. * Coasl  District  Range 5 district, No.
24.���Commencing at a post  planted J101, commencing  al   a  stake   planted
post  on   the Encheshese   River,
a  mile and a half up from Us
mouth,  thence east   40 chains,  ihence
north   so    chains,    thence    west    80
No, -I. Commencing at the 8. w.
corner of T. L. "but, aboul one mile
north of the head of Frederick Ann.
Ihence west mi chains, south 10 chains,
east 80 chains and south 40 chains
with line of T. L. 7439, theme eas,
40 chains to shore at S. W. corner lot
274, thenc,' north SO chains, west 40
chains, more or less, to point of commencement,
DATED this 26th day of February,
11,07.
Th,. Mclaughlin lumber co. Ltd.
By C.  K.  McLaughlin, }'���:>���<. and M.  D,
LAND  PURCHASE   NOTICE.
SYNOPSIS
STEA
Any avalln
in the Rallw
bia, may I e
son w lio Is ;
or any male
the extern o
160  acres,  a
ii Lands,
a,.
Entry must
the local land
which the lan
. B   ���
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56, |
���  on 1
'   ''
:' district 1
The homestei
form the condll
with under one
(1)    At leasl
U] on and   ci
each   .ear I'o
, .... ;
nnected
>l
about  il miles north of the northwest   at   a
Claim No. 8.���Commencing at apost
planted  on   the north-west, corner of corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption   :'    v
r    L,   7945;   thence   160  chains  west;   c]aim,   then   running  as   follows:   160
chains east; 40 chains south; 160 [chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
chains west; 40 chains north to point east 40 chains ,,, point of commence
of commencement ment.
102
"...-Commencing at a post planted;    commencing   R,   a   pomt   m,���.   ,h���
j about 6  miles norlh of the  northwest   mouth ,������ Union n.(,,.k at the east line
corner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption 'of the Indian Reserve, at the head of
claim,  then   running  as   follows:   160 Union Bay. near the mouth of Works
chains   east;   40   cbains    north;     160  ��mnne1', *"*?     "    ����a8t���   Vi*MC}n'
thence 40 chains south, thence Mi
chains west; 40 chains south to point I chains east, thence 80 chains north,
of commencement
Bleeding   Gums.
Where there is bleeding of thc
gums table salt is good. It may be
gently rubbed into the gums or a
little used on the brush. Camphor
in also a good thing to use where the
gums are not very firm, and a gr"ocl
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
thirty days after dale 1 intend to
make application to Hie" Hon. the
chief Commissioner of Lands and
Works for permission to cut and carry away limber from the following
described lands, situate,] at Hotham
Sound, New  Westminster District;
1.���Commen. ing al a slake lu chains
easl of small bay at the bead of Hotham Sound; ihence north SO cbains:
thence west su chains; thence south
80 chains:     ,hence east  SO cbains to
lnl of commencement.
2.���Commencing at a slake at the
north-east (inner of Claim No, 1:
thence north so chains; Hi,Mice wesi
��� i chains; ihence soiiib 80 chains;
thence east so (hains ,,, point of com-
... ncement,
:;.���Commencing at a post 40 chains
wesl of the north-easl corner of Claim
No, 2; thence north sn cbains; thence
thence     So chains     west,    ihence   10
ib���Commencing  al  a   post   plained   chains   south   to   the   point     of   com-
ihence  160 chains west;    40    chains aboui 6 miles norih of the northwesl  Mencement,
south;  160 chains eas,. to the line of corner of C. F. A, Green's pre-emption     r..-^,,.,,.. nt ���'. .,,. ,,,��� ,������.���,
T    I     7',4",'   thence alone the  line lo    ,  ��� t-omiiK'neing at  a  post on tne norm
nolnt of commencement claim'   then   runnins i,s  to,lows;    l0 shore  of  Work'8   <''>'"''"'!-  Range  5,
Claim   No   11���Commencing   at   a  f!';ii,ls  west:   160 chains    south;    40 [Coast   District,  about   a   mile   and   a
post planted on'the south-west corner, chains east:  160 chains north to point ni;'lf  below Worsfold  Hay. thence 42H
of T.  L.  7945;    thence    running  160  of commencement. chains  lin,',h' thence  S0  cbalns  ''i,s''
chains  west;     40 chains  north;     160
,'bains east, to the  west   line of T.   L.
7945;     ihence  40  chains  south   along
the line to point ot commencement,    j corner of C. K. A. Green's pre-emption
Claim   No.  12.���Commencing   al    al claim,   th mi   running   as   follows:   80
Post_ planted_at the south-east  corner e_alns west.   so    diains    ]1(1|.ih;   Sll
27.���Commencing at a  post planted
about   6 miles north of the northwest
thence    running    160
thence SOUth to shore. Ihence westerly
along   shore  to   point   of   commencement.
KM.
Commencing at a post on the shore
opposite the   mouth of   Hear    Creek
and about a half a mile north on the
NOTICE  IS HEREBY  GIVEN  that
sixty days alter date we intend to
apply to the Honorable the Cine!
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase th* following tract of land situated in Coasl
District, for a Mill Site, Commencing at a post planted on shore of bay
S. Iv Arm Huaskin Lake, aboul 8.
w. corner T. L. No. 6943; thence
South 10 chains; Wesl ", chains;
South lu chains, more or less, to V E,
Shore of Turnbull Cove; thence Wesl
with shore line 20 chain-; Norih 10
chains; East 5 chains;
cbains, more or less, to
Huaskin Lake; thence
shore line 20 chains, mor,
point of commencement;
40   acres,   more   or   less.
DATED this  19th day of February,
1907.
The.   Mclaughlin
LTD.
By c. R, McLaughlin,
North 10
shore of
Last with
or I'-ss, to
containing
LUMBER   cu.,
Ties..   M     I).
(2) If Hi,
father Is dec
er resides u
o. the land
incuts as to r,
b.'   such   pel
father or mot
(3) If the
ent residence
ed by biin in
st. ad,   lhe
dc nee may   !
upon the Bal
Six month:
be given to
minion Lan!
to apply for
Coal lands
per acre for
thracite. X
can be acquli
company. It.
c���Dts per ton
collected on t
��� wing pla
fins' residenj
��� '   the la:
lotler, 11��
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req . as to rw
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I'lM.ins'wesV" 4u" chains'south?    i6o|chains ":is;; s�� ch'' : '!    '   '  "    '   ' '��� ���":" '    u":       <'b. n,.. '
chains  east;   thence  40  chains  north  '���'' commencement
' i oinl of commencement.
Located  February 11. 1907.
WILLIAM  MOODY.
FRANK   VANDALL.
Locators.
P, i Frank Vandall.
March 22. 1907.
-Commencing at  a post planted
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thirty days alter date we intend to
apply to the Hon. the chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission to cu, and carry away thei
limber from the following described
lands, situate on the Zymagatitz Riv-
ei, Coast District, Range No. 5: I
Claim  No.  13.���  Couimeiiein
&, Coasi District, thence west 70
chains, thence norih 80 chains, thence
cast  to  shore, ihence  southerly along
about ,  miles north of the northwest  shore to point of commencement.
c< rner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption
j claim,   then   running  as  follows;   160      ,. . 105- . ,
,   . , ( ommenclng  at   a   stake    on    the
chains   easi;   4u  chains    south;     160   beach   aDOUt   -���  cnalns  Muth   (lf the
chains  west   and   40   chains   norih   to   mouth   Of'Bear   Creek   on   the   north
the  point  of commencement. arm   of   Work's    Channel.   Range     5,
29.���Commencing  al   posi'    planted  'i'"1*'  D1strict, thence east 90 chains.
���,   ,,,-., ', , , thence   north   su chains,   thence  west
jaboul  , mil.-s norih ol the northwest  -,,   tne  beachi   thence somberly   and
coiner of C   P. A. Green's pre-emption  wis,..riv along the beach  to point of
claim,   ih,n   running   as   follows:   40 commencement,
chains   north;   su    chains     west-   40    r 106'
Commencing  at a   stak
west; ���  mi
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal
30 .lays after elate., i inten l I i apply
to the Hon. Chief Commissioner of
Lnnds and Works, for sj ecia] license
to cut and carry away timber from the
following describe I lands, tuated as
follows:
1.���Commencing al a stake planted
"ti Hernando Islan 1. Say ward District, at the SOUthwesI corner of m ,
tion 6; thence north su chains; thence
easi 80 chains; ,hence south 80 chains
thence wesi v.i chains to poinl ol ���
mencement.
Deputy of th,   Mn   ter of iel
terior.
N. B.���Unautl
this   advertlsem,,
for.
Tenders for
on Dominion Lands .1
of British Colun :
Timsi
the Provinl
��� Ui
ii
11ns     west;    40 :
fbo'ies   ,,,,������!,    ,,,    ,   ��� ��� Commencing at a  stake    20 cbains
Chans   north;   40   chains    west;-  80 ,:is.  of th��� ,no���tl,  of  MJnh  ri���.K  a1
'bams south; 120 chains east to poinl the head of Work's channel. Range ...
of commencement, Coast District, thence wesl su chains.
30.���Commencing at  a  post  planted T,"'"r'"   ni""i   s"  chains, ihence  eas-   thence easl   80  chains;   thence south   1 >','���:   u
wes,    s���   chains;    thence   south   8 si planted on the Zymagatitz Rlver,|aboul   10 chains north  of the south- SC,chai.s' thence south 80 chait     t0  Vl chain
chains; then." easl ���'��� chains to poinl  aboul one mile up from the mouth, on   wesl corner of Location  No, 26, then
and M'^l
for TifflN
���eived
2.   Commencing
or.  the northwest
at  a sink,, plante 1
corner   section    5;
of AW
at   a
point of commencement,
coiinm".!'. ement.
March 21st,   1907.
HENRY GROSE,
NOTICE.
lhe easl bank of rive,-; thence 160 miming as ollows; 160 chains west���
chains  east;     lu  chains south;     160   ,,,    ,   .
cbains west; 10 chains north, along.' cliains ,'"'!l,: 160 ('hili"s easl and
the river to point of commencement, I*1 chains touth to point of commence,
containing 640 acres, more or less.      ment.
31.���Comm, ncing at
nbout   40 chains n<
���-��� claim No. 14.���Commencing at posi
NOTICE is  HEREBY GIVEN lhal planted    on    the   Zymagatitz   River,
si-!-, days after date I intend to apply about one mile up from the mouth, on
'. the Honourable Chief Commission the easi   bank of river;    thence   160
e,    ; Lands and Works for permission chains east;     10  chains  north;     160
In  purchase the  following    described chains   west;   10  chain.-  south, along
lands,   situated   on   what    Is   called river to poinl of commencement, con-
Middle   ancl    South    Dundas    Island, talnlng 640 acres, more or less.
Range 5, Coasl  District: Claim No. 15.���Commencing al   post
Commencing at  a  posl    aboul  one- planted on the Zymagatitz Rlver.aboui
half mile , as, of the head of Duck In- two miles up from the mouth, on the  nbout
let on the  north   side   of   the   Inlet, east bank of river; thence 160 chal
marked S, 11.  I'.;    ihence  LOO chains eas,;     4
north;   ihence   80  chains east;   Ihence wesi   lo  i
south to said    Inlet;    thence   south- erly along river to point of commence-1cliams vv'":':   |!|   chains    south;  160
westerlj and  westerly along Ibe shore Mil, nl,   containing   610  acres,   mor,.   or  Chains east;   Hi chains  norlh  to  poinl
less, I of    commencemenl
I    Claim No. 16.
107.
Comm, ncing   at   a   poinl   on   Lach-
il   h River near the , orner of lol  195
al the head of Work's Channel, Range
".. Coasl   District,    ihence   10  chains
, post planted  wesl, thence sn chains south, thence
th   of  the   south    " us east. then,,. SO chain;- norlh.
;'     '  ""   ���"'"'''  Ihence 10 chains west to point of com-
��esl  corner of Location No. 26, then   mencement.
running as follows;   160 chains west; 100.
I" chains south;   160 chains easi-  4,1      Commencing  al   a   posl   10   chaini
chains  no.th to poinl   of c, nence- f^1,"!,,""' ,';iv',r :" "je north line of
ru,nt the   Indian  Reserve, al  iii" mouth of
Ihe Enches-hese River on the north
Commencing at a post planted side of Work's Channel, Range 5,
1 miles north of the northwesl  Coasl District, thence SO cliains norlh,
ihence su    chains    west,  thence    80
ist
ihence west 80 chains;
"��� ence north 80 chains to poim of
commencement.
Commencing al a stake planted
al the northwesl corner of Bectlon 5;
thence north se, chains; thence easl
So chains: ihence smith 80 chains;
th, nee wesl 80 chains i,, point ol com.
mi ncemont,
J. R    VG \R.
-'"Im Carlson. Locater,   '
March 22, 1907.
UNO REGISTKY ACT, ~
Sealed Tend,
Commissioner ol
partment of the ll
,.u the envelope
Berth No, 511,"
this Departmenl
i n Wednesday, th,
������ a lb-
Bi rth  No, 511, ���
; of lhe So ,i       '
ih,. South   hall .
rj ial ter of    Sec'
Ea I ol  the C
ing an area of 16
Tbe berth in i
In mi,, year aft,
lender
I hi
1
'
4
��� ���
k iei river; thence 160 chains corner of C  F  \ Green's nre emotion       nce chains    west, thence    8
0  chains   south;     160  chains   ciaim    ,,���,,,   ,���������.������   ���   '   ' !""  chains   soiiib.   ihence   80   cliains   eat
liver; thence 40 chains north-      . ""m,h as follows;   lcn,1" point of commencement.
der
Ins,
108.
to point of commencement,
s.   H.  FORI),
F. ii. CRAGO,
Locators
March 23, 1907.
NOTICE.
Commencing al post acres more or less
planted on the Zymagatitz River,
about two miles up from the mouth,
or, the eas, ban!; of river; thence 160
cbains easi: p, chains north; 160
chains west to river; thence 40 chains
southerly along river to point ot com.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that mencement, containing 640 acres
sixty elays after dui,. i intend to apply more or less.
1,1 lhe Honourable chief Commission- claim No, 17. Commencing al post
er of Lands and Works tor permission planted on lhe Zymagatitz River
to purchase the following described about one mile up from the mouth on
kinds, situate.el on what is called Mid- Hie wes, bank of river thence' |,,
land South Dundas Island, Range 5, chains west; n;
Const District: chains   easl    ,,,
Commencing at  a posl    planted at I chains souther!
containing   640
WM. MOODY.
FRANK    VANDALL.
Locaters.
Agent  Frank Vandall.
______ March 21, 1907,
NOTICE.
TAKE   NOTICE  that     thirty    days
after dale we intend to apply to the
arni,
vest of the bead ,,f ihe north
coming In from the easi
109.
Beginning al  a  posl  on  the shore
;|f   the   upper   end   of   the   north  arm
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TAKE NOTICE thai application has
been made to register Karl Brudvlk
Commencing at a post on the south :l ''"' owner iu Fee Simple, under a
side of Fordcrago Rive,, about n mllelTax S:||V Deed from c. .\. Carncross
and a half up from its mouth, thence Reeve ami !���:. m. Carncross Clerk of
south 60 chains, thence east 80 chains   ,,���    |lid,M    , 0 ,    ' . "'k '"
thence north  80 chains,  ihence   west '   ""  "'   Si,m''v'   l"':mM-   ''���""
sn chains, thence south 40 chains to 1'"' lln> "r December, A.D.  1901,
poinl  of commencement,    The above ,,;' all and Blngular thai certain parcel
river empties Into the north arm of or tracl of land ai remises situate
Work's Channell,  Range r,   Cons,  Dis-   ,,.l  ' siiu.u,
";". aboul a mil,, and a half south- [*!**"? I"'"" "' ,h" ,,islliH of N<���
lie.   re;
<���< use   will
forms of ten
obtained a, thi
office of the Cn
New   Westm
Each  lend
by an ace,.pi
bank   In lavi
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Westminster, In the Province of Ilrit-:
ish Columbia, more, particularly known   Department
and described al   Lol  32, subdivision
cf Sec,ion 26, Block  5 North  Range 2
PERU v "
KEYS.
secretar)
ibe- i.i . i of Swan lnl,,: thence south
100 chains: tl <mce easl 80 chains:
thence north to shore; ihence westerly and north-westerly along the shore
to  point  of coipmencetn,1!,'.
F. II, CRAGO.
.March  23,  1907,
chains north
river;    ihence   u;n i ,,.;;,.;.���',: '/   .        ,:'."""    unu I "'strict, ahout 20 chains south of thi
,,,,������ river tQ Works lor special timber licenses to month   of  Snow   Creek,   ihence
containing    640
ol     commencement,
���'le . e  i,  more,  or  less.
Claim No, 18,   Commencing al posl
planted on the b i itli I anl; of Skeena
Rlver.aboui half mile below the mouth
! Kit, umgallum   Rlvi .      th, ice    sO
I    i       '  uth;       i    ; eps east;     i i
cu, and carry away limber from the
following described lands situate in
lhe Kitsumgallum Valley, in the ('nasi
district.
33.���Commencing al a post planted
aboul 40 chains west of the southwest
easl
160   chains,   ihence   noiih   40  cbains,
West.
Vou and each of you are requested
to conies,  the claim of the tax pur-
of I
Ottawa, Feb,'.
BLACKS
he l"u,,i<"'
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MITHING-
Having boughl ",|!
.,,���,,,.,,   ,,,,������,-,.   norm    iu  cliams,    , ,,,  "   i'"' , ,  ,.   ii
hence wesl  100 chains, ihence south clm8er wl1111" torty-flve days from the   ing business ol R-
the i:''u"
Benson,
40 chains to poinl of com: .. :..-..; -
110.
''"���."""'icing at   a   post   planted  al
'���' "t Pord (';... |( on the north
Channel],   Range  r,.
hore  of  Work's
Coast Districl, ihence 80 rii
dnte of the flrsl   publication  of  ibis be pleased I
notice,    l shall register Karl Brudvlk ers. as well as nc
as own,.,, thereof In  fee,    And I  dlr in9 a specialty-
('rl   thai   publication   of   this   noiice H. M-
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chains :. .-'h,   !'"'   thirty days In a daily newspaper
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THE \>\\l.Y tfEWS
JEALjSTATE
s ruling the market today a, ' rf&S,^   5 S?J Setft?"
Lois throughout the city are rinnM;��� ;��� . ,
n(lnew industries starting up bnSJs IVa'ue-.owln8 to the many large
r!!Lw 8 Up' " ingmS ,n their tram a greater population of
��� ...   ��� .   -   a  s    ' ���   i j
Newwj! ''    [^minster and throughout the
rapidly. ���t i? advancing in price very
today are r^Ll^^nds �� quickly that
FOR    fHE   LITTLE   UNES.
Hi,/ Wi!,- May B�� Obta.n.d From th,
Fiama of a Candi*.
���ir.i girls  would be much
i irpi  ed, perhaps, if any one Bhould
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QUEE'fl LOVEMAKINQ.
A   South   Anierleao   Hlr<l   Which   Wln��
Ha   Hate   ,,r   llnnrlnc.
There Is a bird n, .South America Uiar
makes love with Its feet.   It |fl a hand
�� i        ��� ���r   ' ���*    *���_'     '"���    uuvii4iu i -     *" ���    ii.  i.i ii   uauu
��� ��� them that it ie possible to get   *��me ereatnre. but walks clumsily, ant!
water froi    the flan     .f g candle    "" nnlv "'""", " ���"'" ""������-- >^
*���'���'' ' '      ��� ' ��� News. No. ii. is not
lomeseekers.
rei. 333
FRONT   STREET
Tel. 333
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tdii -
1..1.1 ling,
Junction.   Jus
4 mile,
at tin.
; Landing, about the
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es cleared, undei
...   house,   barn   ami
me acre orchard, bear-
Price $1,350, on easy
:r $���,: .o cash).   i22 per acre,
., and 1- inon'lis
.  32,  N-K.  corn.-:- of
. i.     Timber lir. ce-
good soil; a mil.- from
-  road an.l new road
el streel between Sth
L'l: I   Sm.   Bide   e,'   .:. -
ie  .-. pari ly cle, i
, i     sh,     A splen lid   .,,. .
.
ho ise,   ath room
Izi : lot, 66x101)
Sl    letween Ith aid
-i !e.      I'll..- $2,3:0.
. ������ months ut 7 '..
m   ; 6 chains v. il
��� m .-.|;     S-room,
, istered ;  wood  she :
fruit   trees   ol    ill
S.3.0C0.    Terms one-third
��� :. I 12 months.
��� :   132x132, corn, .  ol
mii>. I  bouse    l' ii -
cash, balance 6, 12 and  18
2th St, east side    l"
ice $2,500, one-third
12 and 18 months
7th    SI        111: ;     1
2 I'll!   size- I lots    .    ���
apples, pears
i-i.ooo. $2.  cash
SPECIAL
SNAPS
'J  miles   from ��� il
JUST A SPECIAL that s al!
SPLENDID  HOUSE   '-,, p'tudd
8���   ���      '   RES'VS
HOU    -   2    ��� ���    -.. ;
^���'  ���   :    u<       ���-   '    ��� ���
I"1 a,'".:���'��� .        r.   edar    tr
beautiful flo
hedges hig!    oard a,
seasnell wait
;;';'   . ;'  ���'"'��� cherVy
and other  fruit  tree        -     .-.   ���
day ml oil, ... .. ,nd
year produced 738   .
"���> 1 acre   2 not full
[ars or. ..���   . :
Full-sized .    .,    < De~
twee    f      ���.  ���;    A   .
f<V ���"'       '       le.    |300
half cash, bal. in 6 m
One acre in block 9, be-
een  L8th and lfjth St.
3th Ave.    Price $750,
L-3 cash, bal. easy.
m j - ittages on Co-
ert in.   B ith rente i
���
$��.00 pcr acre,
''���'-	
LOTS     OF     LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near  the Bridge
Cheap
Ictr5
tsi- - 8
... . le
���    10  ro ims,
.'���:���'      : .'    '...\l .:
: .:.-
of lol .-��������� .. .i �� ith
���
S:.750.  $1 -
md    nice     . iwn.    Pi   ���
'' eas         am ������ 6 and 12
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Pric,  v.eoo.
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at 7 per
treet, in
'        Easl   side   100
Pi :i .���   $1,020.
.:. :
itreet, S,
i   tl    ea
     house ami
��e  lot,    mi ite I   north  side  of
.-   ind corner ot McKlnnla
��� . room, h it an I
closet; wood .!���-.]. young
on   three
��� ���" '       Pi ���������   $1,800   i	
Ize l lot, 2n i lol from i or-
ll'h tree) ind 8th ivenue, lol
���    feet   $250 cash.
We hive a few valuable lots: ���
Between 9th street and 8th street.
Bet//esn  3rd  and  4th  avenue.
HOUSE and LOT
im  Centrally located In a commmanding
ll ial on;   Third   avenue,  at   foot  of
f''     ":' Ro   .: and Eighth Btreet,   Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey
re; s, seven  rooms,
lot, $2,000
��� ill
.-:/
.".Oxl !",      Ol
-��� . en
ISth   sreet,
���
II.imi'.- in    Bl e
-'     Price $245,
���I mon-iis
���   '  ��nship 2    ;.
ind     Ickei
trees
I    acr,
..
i ' per acre. i_ , ish   b
ha   tt 7
p
.   -'       ilance
$450.
tie  Valuable   Lots.
���      $275 cash
��� '  ... ,$1,050
. .   . .      $350
$1,050
���
i;   Lots  facing Columbia
street. Sapperton.  $1,000,
f cash,   bal. on  easy
terms.
sized lot, 66x132 :  2 store
i flush closei   ; . I
modern -.��� menl -   new house .
$3,000,   '_  ���   - ,.  :_.  iii 6 months al  7
M ... i size 1 sl ible and fruil
See on i ho -������  from 8th stree,
'������ n miner sl I
SPECIAL
1 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots section
2, near Richmond St.,Sapperton, for sale. $600. half
cash. bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
30 Lots 4.-ixl20 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital. Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school iii center; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $150, inside
lots $125. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and IS months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
south 1
alt ..'��� lol 2S,
Se.'
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New   hollS,
an
-   id      rn
One acre back of the
Orphanage.   $800 casb.
For full particulars apply
at once.
60 acres flood " ill lan I In Surrey;
can be bo ighl   i. ..\  for J23  per acre,
only one-quarter cash i led, I ilance
in one or twei years al 7 per cent.
Imi acres, Maple Ridge, Sect! mis 2S,
29 and 32, TownShip 9, one-half prairie, rest brush and some small trees.
i".:...-: Section 32, $45 per acre. Sec-
lion 'j:'. $60 per acre; Section 2S, $53
I er acre. Telephone at Hanimon 1;
telegraph station, Pitt River Bridge.
Terms, half cash, balance one and ,\\ i
;.������ irs at 7 per cen,.  Ex, lustve agem :
liouse. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, hath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane In rear; part of lot
sei om with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
2 lots, 20, '.'1 ; No, 20, $170: N'o. 21,
'rorner)   $175.    Durham  and  Second
I 1 reels.
One hundred and sixty acres N. W.
li Sec. 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, I, acres slashed,
N'e,. 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent.
interest.
One hundred and sixty acres, N'.W
Vl Sec. LT,, Township 16, 2^ miles
from Abbotsford, creek running
through, ,".'i acres aider bottom, said
to be $600 worth of timber on the
property. Price $10 per acre, \z cash,
halance on time
Ten acres In Lol 163, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleare I.   $30 per acre.
a magician's trick, butaaimple principle of physics. A candle is made
up . bieflj of carbon and hydrogen
an,l when u bunn the carbon passes
off aa gas and unites with the oxygen
of the air to form carbonic acid.
'I .'-������ ;-��� drogen also pasaes off as a
gas, but ,t unites with the oxygen
of the air to form water.
The water leaves the Han..- at
steam, which cannot be seen, but il
a cool, dry goblet be held over the
flame the steam will condense on its
Inner Burface in the form of little
drops of water Of course the condensation will en-.��� as soon as the
Class becomes warm, and there!'..re
the supply of water resulting from
thc experiment will be limited; but
if a number of cool glasses be rendu
at hand and several candles It
burned a goblet full of water may b:
thus obtained.
Game of Bung the  Bucket,
Hare an even number of boj- an I
divide, them into two sides. Call
one side the "bungs" and the other
the "buckets."
Tie; "buckets" -loop down, much
as if for leapfrog. The hindmost
boy braces himself against the boj
in front of him, while the foremost
one supports himself iij,fiiin>t a wall
or the side of a building.
The bungs now leap on to tin
hacks of the buckets, the first going
as far up the nnv of hacks as he
can, and being closely followed by
the other bungs.
As Boon as they are uli on thev
sing twice the lines:
IiunK the bucket���one, two, three.
If by that time they have not sue-1
ceeded in breaking down the row  pu< ,"l-'"rl"-'r
of buckets, the latter sing, "Offi
Off! Offi" or ��Ha! Ha! rfal" andductl0M of Ii:lll���,���  llou,���.s  :,���. ,.x
Bcore one. -j hlblted in ���hlss cageg  and |n ma).,
the  bungs  musl   try  again   a ml I cases, not only the richest and most
the only sound it, can niter is a boarso
cluck, it dan.-,.-, however, In n way
that wins admiration from the female/
or its s,.^. though Its antics only m-v.-
as au incentive to laughter I , human
beings who st-e them.
This bird, known ns the e..���k ,,f t'i��
rock, lives In the ii'jrtheru inejuutaliieuM
i portion of South America.   It is abour
tbe si-^.e of a large chicken.
'lhe entire bird body, bead wing*
; and tail \n blood red la color, with tb
excel.,ion of the tail feathers, whlcii
have a narrow band of brown across
them near the ends whi.-h an- tipped
with buff Du lhe hea.I is a .'resl ,���'
feather* like n great red ball, which
contracts or expands at the pleasure of
its owner.
When th" mating season comes sev
en to ten males seek Borne seclude 1
spot where there. It a level patch
ground and clear it of any sticks
Btones or leaves, stamping down the
dirt till li is hard aud level.
Then they call tbe females, who
stand at the e'U-es of tins novel arena,
One at a time the males then perform
a most curious dance. Each dancer
will tirst sirnt n|e and down a few
limes and then, to tbe apparent delight
oi the rest, commence to caper around
in an extremely ludicrous manner,
spreading bis tall and wings, puffing
up his crest, bowing t., the others and
at ibe same time keeping up n hopping
cait until he is exhausted.
When all tbe males have dauced each
female will choose a mate, and the
happy pairs depart to begin housekeeping.
ARTIFICIAL FLOWERS.
Kuril     1'ni-t    of    I,,,-    I.HTKer    (��������<�����     ! i
Made i>>  SpeclalUta.
Artificial flowers were Invented I...
plons mins. in tbe Italian convent!
the altars imel shrines were up ,;> tbe
end of the eighteenth century decoral
ed with artitie-iii! flowers, laboriously
f paper, parchment nn I
other stiff materials, In a Venetian
warehouse   ih..   most   wonderful   pn.
again    until
Then the two
.���;,���   arc
les chance
. ",'ssful.
places.
No  Need  to Drown.
There is no need in the world for
any one to drown, even if he cannot
swim a stroke. If you fall into deep
water anil can't swim, try to keep
your presence of  mind.   Remem
brilliant colors, but the very se-ent ,,f
the flowers has been stolen from na
tare, for some nf the artificial Mowers
are steeped in the. perfume' distilled
(rom   the   (lowe-r   wbicb   It   represents
Last century a Swiss invented a ma
Chine for cutting out the leaves an,I
petals, but it can only be used for the;
smaller kinds, such ns are want.., for
hyacinths,  lilies of the valley  ami oth
Too Good to  Miss
House:   Dining   Room,   Parlor,   2
Bed   Rooms.   Kitchen,   Bath   Room,
Pantry;   Chicken   house   and  Wood
Sh.-d:  Electric Light.  .$1,150. Cash.
ber that you are safe if you don't j er small iluwers.   in larger petals thc
become excited.    Clasp your bunds; Irregularities ���f manual work are pre
behind   your   hack   and   turn   vour, terred to tbe stiff and correct
face toward the skv; then keep per-1 Produced by machinery
fectly still, and vou will float with
case, for the human body is lighter; '�� 8pe?a' '       , ,     ,
than water, and will take ere of it-1 ��'hur "J" ? U8fJ? by {h"JrU l","1,1",y
,, ., ,,       ' . ..,    .       ,,        , ed ag we'll as the press,* In which the
self if thenunii will give it a chance, j vt.,lls are ,������.,���, ���., ������. ,eavea are ���f ���
forms
This materia,
of which tbe petals are made U woven
In special factories.    The scissors and
Snap in Lets.
Vacant sale in all pai is of
ty, from $25.00 lo $3,000
ut, O.N.
$9,460,
Invest!;: iti
e fl U
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Prl ������ $2 400. '. ���
Fifth aven .    B, 10
cash.   '��� 4
2   :���
LOTS OF LOTS
. 1] ,ver the city for si
le
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. T
���11
us where you want a 1
,i
:    i we c; ���- supply.
BUNGALOW
In host residential portion o( Xew West miiisler.
east end; close to ear; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respeel; '2 full lets L32
\ L32, all in lawn, laid enl
with shrubs ami flowers;
tennis court en one side.
Price $2,750. Terms $600
cash, Bal. on mortgage.
on   Keary
I'.'!'   $10   per
I'
$150   :-.   ���
���CRES   MURCHIE   ROAD.
>BY.    $150  PER   ACRE.
4  let-,   23, 38,              -    '- :   sizi:;
eas,:y cleai E      I     md Seventh
avenue    ai street.
53C0 c
cent
���
���   s
$1,500. one ���:.       .
tt 7 pe
i
on    l'.e.    Moo ly;
' 7
am:    chicken  h i ���
������ I  ,.:, I In good
Price $4,500.    :.
it 7 per ceni
"l Lota   I ei ween   8,
'ill imllton streel   ���������!
all 'leared an.l fen, ������ I
n on one ot the lol i. |1.*>o ,
���'! n, ������ mr     .'   .     ��
n  Twel ���, eet, bel t een
1 Thli i avenue; weal    Id
full glze,   Price J    "'
���
li
I Oi) acres, I an ���. . m le    cultiva
: ion:   ...Mis...  barn,  alio la   et,   all  In
(���on i   repair,   n   sn ip   il   $3,000,   li i I
cash.
|.'i\.. ool I ago ��� an.l :�� n '..ms on l-'ii ���
��� ���,.,.    ,..; osl, ��� Queen's  park     e   ���
$7,000.
in a,  .-   In   .'.   - '    I'I "'" '   fl    ''
' .. anil aldei     (loo.l  - '      ".. iel roa,1
....   , .  ���
|i',n -i<i ���- ��� in S irro)   ....'., .mi .- I
$1,800   half ,
���
acres tlnili,    '    '
-
made of lu
12 >
$ (.000; $ I ''   '
(������ i enl
11 x In
$60 iach  lot     i
enqtili ���
I'oeii      :.lll            I
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nil  I
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tjelweon   ,
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lot,   two    .
$2,500
ion a,,'' ��� "'-, lln
, lenied    I,urn     '
plendl , Boll   mil
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ulllvntlnti   115,000,    If vn,l
Hil    don'l  ilota: .   n'a "
en  I...  Bl i nm'.'' I
House, full si/.e.1 1
street, 8apperton; rea;
month.   Onlj $1,050.
House',    in   rooms,  i'i   lots,   neai
Fourth   avenue   and   Seventh  street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
i IT, acres, oue mile from Hunting
ne . to acres In grass, 15 acres
aud  fenced;   house and  learn
> . good road along one side;
.. $50 per acre, half cash, balance
n sull purchaser al 6 per cent,    itea-
sem for selling, the owner's wife Is in
-> l health, and has ,.< go to a oold
climate
Double tenement house, 5 rooms In
each house, water, light, full size lot,
! el v. ecu I'm sl and Second Bl reel.
Kourth ... e. .ni north side, Price
$1,500, hall . i -' ..,' in.e in one yeai
a, G   .���   . ent
loured, rea Ij for ctn
' i   I ill,    ,'..- ' i   \\ mm-,  half   mile   from
school   nl   Chiiliwack,  $73 per aore.
r.  ��� i   house . all    modern
.  ill, Mu n.n Min slreet and
Sixth       .       Iwn g   "... i, $.1,750.
eii p l.oi No. 1 n -. on iiii A.vc .
2d St., half block
$478  J." ���  . ath, Imi in,
\ ';' ��� -   iim.  |008
1  mm .-. i ake Commur,
nnl;   i' ���  per  acra
' m .".,  \miii", itreet, two
a  real snap nl
j: ������.���..'
'.. '   Be   ���   -    . ' ��� '      .    II  Mm I   In   Delta,
" mi .... near Scotl
> ���������    .   eat good buy.
ii    Vii!     Me.,,lows,   only
< ���������   .-   -. ���.'.   ,v-:.- ."���   i .:, ih, balance
Bl  k   -.-���    eenf.
- ������    Mocks,    fruit   lands,   near
-,   $20 per nrrc
Seven-roomed tin,ise. Seventh rM'opI.
near  Fifth   avenue,   two   oleireys,   full
BhJfefl' lnl, $1,600.
The trouble in bucd cases ia that
most persons give way to panic ami
bejjin to struggle, and this destroys
the equilibrium, causing them to
sink.
Trees of California.
You have all lieai',1 of the big
trees of California. The most famous of them are found in the Culu-
verns anil Mariposa groves. In the
Calaveras grove there are upward
of ninety, the tallest being known
ns the "Keystone State." It is 325
feet in heidii and forty-five feet in
circumference. A house thirty feet
in diameter has been built on the
stuui), of a tree thai was cut down
in the Calaveras grove, and the hollow trunk of one in the Mariposa
prove  will  admit   threo  horsemen
riilin,/ nitrons!
E,earning by  ICxpevIcuce.
Nell    He   always   sail   thai   n >   tWO
people en earth think alike. I.i 11--
Well? Nell lie has changed liis mind
since looking 'iver il, ��� presents his
wedding called forth Woman's Home
Compaulon.
shape specially adapted to the work.
Encli part of a Mower is nnole by spe
clulists. in one rieeim. for Instance
only stalks ���f flowers and leaves are
made; in another, fruits ami berries ol
all kinds are east if tliey are win ot
blown If iiiaele. of kiass. The clever
est workers are employed in making
blossoms of the Blngle petfels and l���>.i
quets. wreaths aud garlands of the sin
gle blossoms.   Dundee Advertiser.
��� IN   n,ul   lln  ek.
"Why have you nnd Hurry ceased tr
Ve friends?"
"lln wanted I i begin ec hi uulzlng the
mlnuie we became engaged."  riilenir�� j
Record Herald.
rimt Turin Maker*.
If .'on turn to a map of Spain, you
will take noie nt Its southern point and
running oul Into ,),e. Btrall ,,,' Gibraltar
of a promontory which from its p e>i
tlon Is admirably adapted for commanding the entrance of the Mod!ter
ranenn sea ami watching the en,rune,'
and exit of all ships, A fortress Btanda
upon tin-, promontory, culled now, as it
was called In the time of II," MoorlBh
domination In Spain, Tarifa. The name
Is ,,,' Moorish origin, lt was the cus
torn ni' ii->- Moors to wntch from iliis
point all iiu'i'lian, ships going into or
coming "ui of the midland sea ami to
levy duties according lo a fixed scale
on nil merchandise contained therolu,
This limy was called from  the plum
Where It  wes levied "lurir.i." (ir tariff
The Onlj   Sate Wny.
Lawson -Yon say yonr wife neve
disobeys yo,,?
Dawson No. I never rive lier iia\
arflers   Sotnervlllo Journal.
QUARRIE  &  CO
^^        Kccil  I slaU   Brokers
Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Cc. cf London.
The past is dead.    We live in the present
"Progress Brand"
Clothing
is for progressive men who want���not
the clothing that was best 20 years
ago ��� but the clothing THAT IS
BEST TODAY. Do you wear
"PROGRESS BRAND"?
83
Agents for Employers
H.   l_.   de BECK r. i
r" THE DAILY NEWS
tUESD*V. March
^armga.
f 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.
Thc   market   quotations  are  sure   to  advance on the following staple
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AIND   FEEDS
Place vour orders for these goods at once. 	
TWO STEAMSHIPS
CRASH TOGETHER
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
_V
COLLISION   IN   ENGLISH CHANNEL i
CAUSES   EXCITEMENT   IN   DOV- X
ER���SIXTY   PASSENGERS   SAFE. ��
���
���  ���
Dover, bing., March 25���There was
im exciting collision ihis morning outside the harbor between the Calais
and  Osteml mail steamships, both  in-
bound.    The Princess Henriette from +
Ostend crashed Into the Lord Warden j
limn Calais, making a hole below her ���
ter line, smashing her cabins and f
��������� �������������������������������������,
��� ���
A     j
i Household
i
Necessity \
i
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building   t
\JL/    JL    [3   I^J   I   I^J   ���~^       ���     - '"   1  Put up in twentv-three  X
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. m
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
N. B. ���Be wise in time.
The  sixty passengers  of  the Lord  *
Warden  were landed  wlthoui   any  "r  ���"
11.om  being injured.
Kingston Quakes.
Kingston, Jamaica,    March
severe   earthquake    shod;    occurred *:
t here   lasl   night.     The   people   were ���
panic stricken, bul nobody  was hurl ��
������-.   number  of  walls damaged   In   the J
, big shock were thrown down.   Speak- ���
-   Cannon  and   the  other   American ��
; tourists   jusi   missed   the experience,
! MURALO
_:
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Ready for use when
mixed with water
���
���
>
���
OUR GRAND SHOWING
OF NEW
Calls forth many an exclamation of
ii
customers.   Not a day passes but  wl   | new
���omen wl10
their ship, the Bluecher, having sail*  ���  Any  person Can apply it  ���
ed shortly before the shock occurred.     ��� .    1
'Phone   105.
'Phcne   105.
THE    CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���H. R. King, J.  A.  KIster,
\\. H. Anderson, W. -Mane,'. E. A. Wll-
n.oi. Vancou ven .1. S. Green, Seattle;   *
H. Cook. .1. C. Grierly, Mounl Vernon.    X
Windsor���D.  Wilson, A.  Thompson,  J
| ANDERSON |
AND LUSBY
Bellingham;  II.  A.  Kennedy, Vancou-  ���
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT SIREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, HEW WESTMINSTER
ver; George Brusky, Aldergrove; C. V.
Martin, J. A. Martin. Barnet; W. S.
Stewart. Ashcroft; Roy Rushland,
Chiiliwack; J. Ball, Abhotsford; J. H.
Scholis, Tamsley, England; A. Smith.
Langley Prairie.
Colonial���A.     Miller,     Vancouver;
F'rank J. Ketcheson, Millside; Mrs. P. LJC D 17
,!.   Ketcheson   and   family.     Millside; HiLtXiL
Thomas Welsh, Stiinnierlainl; I). Fraser, Abbotsford,
NO
SUBSTITUTION
What He Got.
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
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| POLISH YOUR FURNITURE |
"He   Is   the   champion   watermelon
cater of the smt,.."
"Does In' get any medal for that?"
"No; just the stomach ache."
���
���
WITH
KLEANO
��� The  IDEAL  POLISHER   for Woodwork,  Furniture,  &c. ���
: ��� i
��� See Our Window Display ���
���
���
��� Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65 ���
������������������������������������������������������������������������*< �������������������������������������������������������������� iv<- :���,
Wrong Kennel.
"Iiie] you advertise for a lost (It??"
"Yes, hut you don't resemble him It
the least."
The Modern Anthem,
It i3 I.m, ry, i.. ri;., hurry,
In thc ir.orn km noon and nightj
Human atoms dart and scurry
L'p and ei. v.-.. In rapid flight.
Hurry lest s ime ge t the bettc r
Of yeen in i!" Mm. y grind:
Hurry lest some other frettt r
Fir.,I that he lias changed his minel.
Every article asked for is sold���
and it's the genuine article,  too.
Every ingredient prescribed by
physicians whose prescriptions are
brought here, is put into the medicines- the genuine ingredient of
finest quality.
Nothing is sold here "in place of"
or "just as good as" the thing
called for.
We sell the genuine only.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block, - New Westminster
Easter]
^'om our 1
find their way into our store, and the worne^'
keep in touch with our latest display find sele ���
easy when they happen to want the various n! "JR
sities. eces-
Our well known qualities will bear the clu
scrutiny '      '
Here is a list of a few of this week's new anv I I
Grand Display of
Easter Neckwear This Week
The new East, r Neckwear is to hand and all tl - ,. .-,,
tinue our grand showing of Neckwear Novelties and I
series which, though small, mean so much to women ���
We invite all to see  tl      pleasant section of lh
next few ,!avs.
Our Special $5 Ladie^ Shirts
A new lot has been received this week which one... ���
M  1
our stock  of serviceable skirts at this price.    We' s, est J." IB I
skirt to lie found anywhere and we sell  them with ��� tion f
knowing that they give that service we claim for them.   Blacl
grey and fancy patterns are among the new lot.
New York Sailors in the
Millinery Department
This department is a busy place these elays. Ord, ar, Leinegot
out as fast as possible,   lent we ask  you  tee leave ��� er earlrfor
E as ter hats.
The latest New York Sailors are the newest arn. . -..
of attraction.
Japanese Cotton Crepe
If there is one artich better than another in our wi ,    ,
we claim that distinction for this Japanese specialty;
reseda, navy and white, per yard,
25c
New Pongee Silks in natural and white; per van!.
50c, 65c, 75c, 85c and $1.00
Wool Blankets
Probably a little , ul of season to be getting new blank, t ther
has been a shortage and this new lot of white blanket pplj..:.-
demand.
All wool  and union   blankets;   all sizes at old pr , ir well
known lines.
We ask you to see the new colored quilts   sometl ���. edly new
and serviceable.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
ti*S
BRYSON   &  SONS
This might leave you badly stranded
At the , bbins of Ihe tide -*
Just when ye u had thought you'd landed
High ancl dry . our prize beside.
CARDS
So it's hurry, hurry, hurry,
Night and i. i< rnlng and at noon;
Human atoms dart and scurry,
Resting   i        i., ;e;h  stm or- moon.
A!\D
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ANOTHER    LOT   OF
EATON HURLBUT'S
I
They Never Show It.
"That fellow nets like a millionaire.'
"That's how  I know that he's a l.'.i
bluff."
NOVELTIES
AT
j Paper ^Envelopes j
JUST   OPENED   AT
PERT PARAGRAPHS,
Pluck makes opportunity, while lucl
waits for it.
A blunderer seldom makes anythlnj
hin mistakes ami a little cheap his
ton.
Moreys
217-219 Columbia St.
The Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture is to be  ������ '   ! ~    ,
Our clearance sale is still on.    Over $16,000 stock still ' |
New goods arriving daily.    Latest styles and best fin  ������ J-
i
W. E. FALES,    !
I
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM jjj
M,6 and 718 Columbia St.      Four  Floors,      Rear Exte    Front St. |��;
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j Electric Railway Service f
:
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every halt-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. m. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
0.15 a.m. to 11 p.m.
20 Minute Service���:\o transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and 7.
30  Minute   Service   during re   ��
mainder or day.   iransrer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  between s a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15   Minute  Service  from  0.25 a.
m   to   11   p.m., except  between
!
which hours the service will be J
half-hourly. ���
Sunday  Service   hair-nonrly 'ue- ���
tween 8.30 a.m, and 11 p.m.        ���
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Modem Cottage on 6th St. below 4th Ave., with
lot and one-half.    In first-class state of repair
$2500.   Terms. '
Modern 7-room House on 4th St. close to Queen's
Ave.; nearly new; line lawn; a very desirable
home.   $2800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on Royal Ave. in central
location. L$1800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 3rd St. in good repair-
near car line.   $2750.   Terms.
Two 7-roomed Houses on 9th St. $2000 for
both.   Terms.
6-room Cottage in East End; modern.   $2500
Terms.
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Farms! Farms!
LANGLEY, 312. Eighty acres; 20 cleared and balance light timber; small house and barn,
fenced; 300 bearing fruit trees: good water,
cows, hogs, machinery and implements. in��
whole as a going concern.    $3100.    LeW��
LANGLEY, 306.- 160 acres, partly cleared; 6-roonj
house, small barn and outbuildings; orcnan
60 trees; on good road; convenient t��st��\'
post office and school.   Price $2100. lein��
SURREY. 224. 150 acres 11-2 miles from Cloverdale, 25 acres cleared, balance all doiw
land, easily cleared; 6-room house, i"11
etc.; 1-2 mile from school, churc
and store.    Price $50 per acre.
post office
Terms.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
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