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 VOLUME 2, NUMBER 20 \tfl
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N E \\   W EST MIN ST E Ft, Ii. (!
THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 24, 1907,
10 CENTS l��EK WEEK
CALLS FOR
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Known Facts Regarding Ministerial Resignations, Coupled
With Charges Publicly Made, Require Full and
Open Statement from Premier.
Some extracts from a recent article
it. the Nelson Daily News are of general interest just now, In view of certain facts.
One of these fads is thai a 6en
eral election is  pending.
Another Is Hi a i Mr. Wilson dropped
out of the Mcllriile govcrniiicni last
year while the legislature was in .-. -s
sion; that the fuel was concealed tin
til after the House, was prorogued, an I
no explanation lias ever been given.
Another fact is thai the Vaucouvei
World and the Victoria Times havi
imbllshed, with considerable circumstantiality of detail, a statement thai
certain valuable lands, lying along
the proposed route of the U. T. P.
have been acquired by a syndtcati
lepresented by Kir A. Caron, in a man
mer which reflects upon the Integrltj
of such members and officials of thi
McBride government as were cognlz-
ant of the transaction; and these papers, coupled with this a statement
lhat the matter came before tin
ernment in May  last.
in   townsiies. ;0 .   righi s
the province
ot  supervision remaining   "* the p
vince in regard to railway^ ids grants
all   expenditures   upon   .$�� die   roads,
fi
have  been  In Mr,  Greefi   hands.
On   the  eve   of  a  diloj ation   of   the
legislature, (a dissolution which we
are told Mr. Green opposed with all
his might) with the Inevitable fierce
scrutiny of his administration thai a
gi neral election campaign would
bring, and with the probability of be
Bpeedy accession to power of those
who would probe the Becrets of his
department, Mr. Green on his own
showing has urgent private re sons
for dropping oul of public life.
To hi- mi n circle of frlen is he ; on
fides thai he has formed business connections which promise such profit
that he can no longer afford to remain
in public life.
The nature of    these   connections,
the  nature   of   the   contribution   thai
Mr.   Green   has   made   to  the  capital
iv- I stock of the syndicate  from  which he
i expects so much is to be kepi secret.
POINTERS
Grand Rally at Johnston's hall,
Sapperton, to-night. Mr. Howay
will address the electors.
ii
The C. P. R. organ asserts that the province is
solid for McBride; it also asserts that Zam-Buk is
good for burns.
But if Gifford is a sure winner, why are the
Columbian fellows hedging on their bets?
!
!
"Mr. Bowser was delayed by mud slides"; and
still people will deny that there is such a thing as
retributive justice !
"Mr. McBride tore into shreds" Opposition
statements. So the organs inform us; but they are
still as mice when one asks them to give a categorical answer to these same statements.
CROOKES' DISCOVERY
WILL DOUBLE CROPS
Wizard Scientist of England Solves Method of Extracting
Nitric Acid From Atmosphere���Cereal Foods Will
Tumble in Price as a Result.
TEMPERANCE ORATOR        GHIEEIWACK CITIZENS
DENOUNCIS DRINK    CROSS TREACHEROUS ICE
Where Mr, Green the retiring manager of a hank or land company such
a situation would excite the apprehensions of the stockholders. They
would suspect malfeasance in office
if not embezzlement, and they would
insist upon an immediate and searching audit, and In the selection of lhe
auditor Mr. Green would nol he allowed  to have a vtdce.
Another fact is that Finance Min-
ister TaUow, according to the Province (McBride organ), refuses to
talk about the story; and thai the
Newa-Aflvertiser, personal organ oi
Hon Mr. Cotton, prints a short and
evasive paragraph which, while it
calls tne story a campaign slander,
can hardly be called  a  denial.
The extracts from lhe .Nelson article follow:	
"That Mr. Green, now thai  he is out More Pay.
of public life, will engage in business, Washington, .Ian. 23.���First Assistant he has something In view to tanl Postmaster-General Hitchcock re-
-which he proposes u> turn his atten- commends in >iis annual report lhat
tion, is not doubted. the salaries of the officers and clerks
But that Mr. Green had pressed up- in postotBces and the salaries of letter
-on him any "job" where for his i��t- carriers be Increased to enable their.
sunal services he is to j^ct more sal- to meet the Increased expenses ol
ary than he  was g"tMng as oommia-1 living.
sioner of lands aim  works, is  ridicii- : ���
lous. {
The  general   public    believed    (and   SAYS  BIS  OWN   PARTY
until something different   from  a  thin |
pretence is offered i   wi���  continue  ii MADE  THE   BLUBBER
believe, that on Saturday the 22nd oi :
December, Mi. Oreen. jusi returned i
from a strenuous  .-b cuoneei im: 'eui-   L���;i.,,ni,   Newfound|and   Conaerwative
in the  upper, coun'iv,  was called   I e- _ .
rails    Why   AnC'Ont    CaLcny
lore a party caucus in \ancoiivcr an i
severely handled.
That he was as.-;;,iled more or less
openly by Sir llililwrl Tapper, Charles
Wilson,   McGowan��� probably   Carter
Cotton and others, as a source of contention within  the parly, and  of scan
day and discredit   ti.  the country.
That through  the   good   will of Mc-
Bride  and   Tallow,   and   by   his own
humble an-1 plausible attitude, the resentment o! his opponents was snioih
���ered  and  be   look   Idle  noon   day   boa'.
for Victoria under the Impression
'that the storm had blown over.
That, while be w:as crossing the
;.gUlf  an   ultimatum   was   delivered   by
the recall i'ran;   element   to   McBride
requiring Creon's    d'wmissal    as    the
.price ot their  continued   support.
That   0.11:1    Mr.   (l:"en's   arrival   ic
Victoria he found   11   message  asking
for   his   iv   iuiiaiinii   ;uid   he   tender'I
Dr.    Chown    Explains   His   Views    en
Liquor   Traffic���Sees    Local
Option Coming.
New    York.   Jan.   2-\��� When   scientists read  yesterday  the cabled  report
of  .Sir   William  Crookes'  discovery of
a commercial method of extracting nitric  acid   from  the atmosphere,  they
said  there  was no  longer any  tear of
a   scarcity  of  food  from  overpopulation,  because   the   result  of the   discover;   would  be the doubling of the
world's    crops.       Nitric    acid    adds
I . atlj to the productivity of the soil.
Nitrate of soda, used  for that   purpose,  lias  now grown  so scarce, ii   is
said, that  it   will soon be exhausted.
I At present   the  process of extracting
nitric acid from the air is expensive.
Prof. C. F. Chandler, head of the de-1 cereals
I partmenl   of   chemistry   of   Columbia
i L'nlverslty,   explained,   but   said  that
��� with  the    cheapening    of electricity
which Is implied in the process, nitric
acid manufactured by the new method
will   be  cheaper   Lhan  the  nitrate  c'
soda.
���when a practical working process
i i.-   perfected,"  said    Prof.   Chandler,
1 "every   waterfall   in  the  country   will
Hoped Together  Like Alpine Tourists j ,j(f avail.ll)1(. for ,he production of the
Five Men Safely Walk Across atmOBphertc fertility.    Scientists have
the  River. been   working on this problem  for a
  I hundred years, but  real headway has
been made recently.
Chicago, Jan. 23.���A tumble in the
price of cereal foods all over the
world and a vast increase in the
crops of farmers in all lands���such Is
the resull foreseen by Chicago experts in agricultural chemistry as the
sequel of Sir William Crooks' discovery of a method of extracting nitric
acid   from  tli��  atmosphere.
Local authorities declared yesler-
ila> that if the cablegrams were correct in saying that the method was
s tfflciently perfeel to be of value commercially, then a most Important effect   would  be  had  on the raising of
li Is prophesied thai farmers will
11 enabled to gel a far greater yield
from their land than had been the
case In the past, if nitrates are cheapened so thai they can be used to a
larger  extent   for  fertilizing.
inly
Eli .iu Visits.
Montreal, Jan. 23.���Elihu Root,
American secretary of state, arrived
here from Ottawa last evening accompanied by Mrs. Root and Miss Root.
They will be the guests of Lord
Stratbcona until Thursday, when the
parly  will  return to Washington.
Is net  In Confederaticn
1 was my own par.y which failed
1; sei a- the ..,.;. rl unit) t .> secure con-
fi al ion, an 1 it was one of the mi>
ot    the    Consei vatlve    party,"
it,    That   !
some lln-
ir. which II
livelihood
fera tais
nient
Either
���conduct
served or   he
greed and env
tfervatlvcs.     I
from pub' 1
oi! humCia
But  thi
dilemma.
For thr ind  j.   half    yean    Mr,
Green, by 1 irtue of ids office, has been
the chief trustee oi the real estate
of British Columbia.
AH the lat-.d of ihe province, all .of
the timber, all of th*. coal and .oHI
lands, all love:
trap privileges
��� has sine decided upon
if business  or speculation
proposes 1 engage for a
nd as .w, afterthought, of-
.ui excuse for his  retire
. cireen was guilty of mis-
iflJa ���' and gOJ what lie dele   was   sacrificed   to   the
f the Vancouver Con-   opportunity was
In ��� 'Ither  case   le   retires
life   under circumstances
n and disgrace.
is   amothei   horn   to   the
LaJu
said lion. A. li. .Murine, a former member of the Cablnel of .Newfoundland.
speaking on Lhe Island with reference
tu confederation with Canada before
Lhe Men's Club of SL Simon's Anglican Church. Hon, Mr. Marine described how in ls'.'"i an aiii i-confedera-
- inn Governmenl of the Island bad by
the distress then existing been forced
to come Lo Ottawa to ask for confederation from Sir Mackenzie Bowell's
Cabinet. The negotiations were broken off because the Dominion Cablnel
would not gram an additional $50,000
:���.���!��� jiear to Ihe Island, and the delegates of Newfoundlan I lei ��� M lawn
verj sorrowful. They told Sir Ma ������
��� ... li Bowel] if the Co Im I d< Idi 1
Lc  mate  th.- additional grant   lhat  a
��� sage to that effed o 1 lu dele-
gales al Halifax ��ould al om e bring
i bent bai k tn Ottawa.   A telegi am did
ic to the delegates at   Halifax    1
it  was mei ely good b - e, aud 1!'..
Bt. Hon Mr Mor
11,. said 1 bal sinoe thni day the li Inn I
had entered on a new era of prosperity, and il would cos; Canada a hundred pj r can., more now than li
would in 1895 it' confederation hud
been then consummated.
lie supported the action of lhe Bi tl
; ish lioveriimeut  in  tb*' temporary settlement   arrlTWd   at   with   the   State*
over the fisheries, am) urged thai .1
union   of Canada  and  Newfoundland
hore   rights   and    fish 1 would  enable I'he Dominion to control
all of the interest  of 1 tho north  Atlantic   fisheries.
^:oxko::o����::<c<*��>����^^
LIBERAL POLICY
v
V
V
Well-considered, cautious legisla- |
tion; open, equal, honest ad- |
ministration.
The BUpporters of local option, :.U'\
many friends of the temiierance cause, .
gathered together last, evening in
order to listen to one Of the foremost
temperance orators of Canada, the
Rei. S. D. Chown, O.D., secretary of
the moral and temperance depart men;
of the Methodist church in Canada.
Who delivered au excellent lecture in
the Queen's Avenue Methodist church.
The audience, although not as large
as had been expected, was keenly appreciative, and followed the learned
speaker's remarks with close attention from start  to finish.
The speaker was introduced ;��� the
Rev, J. S Henderson, the Rev. W. H.
Barraclough and Rev. A. deB. Owon
also having seats on the platform. In
the course of his remarks, Dr. Ci   vn
ated ' hat he co-op< ration 1 I the
1 hurches on the question of the li 1
traffic vi as most rema : able; .
��� .-��� might be divided on theological
points, but they united In the - un-
mon cause of fighting their wors!
enemy.. In his opinion, the province
..' British Columbia was lining up - ir
local option, and he had no doubl
thai ii would prevail here before
]>'au>   years.      If  the     drink     traffic
could  he abolished, half The tears .shed
on   the   continent   would     be    wipi d
away. It was a greal mistake tliat
the nation's ting should be us< I I 1
protect   the  bottle instead  oi prote   -
ing the boys from theevfl and c up1
Influences  of    the    bar-room.     Even
the hotel keepers had realized that
thej must make some kind of an attempt to make their traffic more res-
lie - able, and iii Ontario, at their own
request, an age limit of twenty one
jears bad been placed on persons who
1 ould serve 1   with   drink   h
.-
The oul lo ik of the ten perance par
n... most ao] 1 ful, because thi ��� vils
.;   the    .1 mon  di ink   were  becoming
���i   ���     full)   realifled  every  year,  and
Ihis      a awakening would natur-
-   |n  the  complete  suppres-
1 1.     In    raffle.    The degenerating
Influenoi   ol  lhe drink traffic was per-
belt! :    r.-alized    by   lhe   perusal
,.   : : 1.-pectus of Insurance companies, whi n  the hotel men, bar tenders   :,ii,i   ,, hers  conueetc.1   with   the
drink   business   were   placed   in   the
I iowesi  claw
Dr, ChoT n also devoted some time
to the political questions of the day,
dealing with them In a general way,
and impressing upon the people the
necessity of voting only for good and
true men. who would properly represent the interests of all classes. Tbe
grasping greed for gold which is becoming one of the national traits of
. Canada, was also referred to in condemnatory terms, the speaker pointing oul thai manhood should stand
before money every time, A vote
Of thanks moved by Dr, White, an 1
seconded by Mr. Small, broughi the
evening to a close.
Capt. Gardner arrived In lhe city
yesterday from Chiiliwack aftei
thrilling trip, Five of the citizens
(of whom Capt. Gardner was one)
c' that nourishing little centre made
up their minds that they would venture across the frozen Fraser rather
than go all the way round by Abbots-
ford They therefore roped ihem-
selves together as though they were
about to climb a mountain and start-
e I out The first man was arme 1 '
�� Ith a long, sharp pike pole, with
which he prodded and poked the ice
to see if it was safe to venture upon. .
Fiery few yords the roll was called ]
to see if any of the number were missing, and if the rope was holding se-
Tha ice In sunn places was
��� what crackly and the hair of one
or two of the members of the party
which lias hitherto hung as curly as
:��� yard of pump water is said to have
Siuck out straight, "like quills upon
the fretful porcupine." One man's
ii ot went into the water and he utop-1
ped to investigate and find just ii iw
much of him had disappeared and was
much relieved to find that he was all
there. The trip to the opposite side
ol the river was eventually accomplished and when the roll was called
upon the bank ii looked like a second :
edition of the lauding of the pilgrim
fathers and the adventurous five felt
quite proud Of themselves. They all
arrived in this city and someone has
suggested thai it would be well fori
them to apply for medals or the victoria cross or something of that kind. I
and also that a tablei containing a record of the achievement be plac d
on the banks of the Fraser near to
the spot where the deed was done,
SWETTENHAM'S REASON     .MEROPOLITAN LIFE
WILL REMAIN PRIVATE      PLANS IMMENSE ANNEX
British    Government    Has    Jamaican
Governor's Explanation of His
Action���No Statement
Gotham's    Newest    Skyscraper    Will
Boast  -*8  Storeys���Floor
Space 25  Acres.
London. Jan 23.���The British governmenl here has heard from Gov.
Swettenham, of Jamaica, concerning
the incident involving the withdrawal
New York. Jan, 23.���Work will soon
begin 011 the annex to the Metropolitan Lire Building. Some of the dimensions of the annex, which with its
of the American warships from King- tower, is to be the highest structure
ston. Absolute secrecy is maintained i:i the world follow:
at the Colonial office, but the fact was       Height   above    the    sidewalk,    658
feet.    Total   height   from  foundation,
number of storeys above
elicited that during the night a good
nam.-, telegrams were received from
Swettenham, some of which dealt
with ihe incident. These. ���: is understood, confirm the main feature.-, of
the affair as already  known.
It is not the present inti ation of
the colonial cilice to make the telegrams public, the official view being
that il is a personal affair between a
government department and an official, which  is  properly adjustable be
r.'juu feet
sidewalk. 10, number of storeys below
sidewalk 2, grand total floor area of
new Metropolitan Building, 1,035,663
square  feet   (about 2a acres).
The annex is to occupy the .site of
Dr. Parklmrst's old church ou Madison Square. .1
The Metropolitan Life building and
the church structure now occupy the
tween them. The authorities incline block bounded by Madison and Fourth
to the view that general interests will avenues, and Twenty-third and Twen-
he best served by having the replies ty-fourth streets. When the annex is
appear in a blue book at some distant completed the entire block will be !
period, in the meantime being deall <-'"lll*Hl
with through the usual diplomatic
channels.
by  the  company.
i*"fa:sZfa!:<efaXfa:fa:fa:fa:fa:fa:fa:fa:fax
At Mission City To-Ninht.
There will be a Liberal meeting a'
Mission City tonight, when Mr. \V. W,
D, Mclnnes will address Ihe electors,
Beaver Out Again.
yesterday afternoon the tool of the
is aver's whistle was heard pe tlln
ever the water once more, when a
I rave and successful attempt was
made to free the vessel from the ley
barrier which hen,me 1 ii in The
help of the Dauntless was solicited
to aid In the matter bui she was
otherwise engaged. The Flyer could
have been secured, but it would have
een necessary to have waited, Ice
bound, until today. Therefore Station
\gent Ooulet. with the captain and
the members of his crew decided to
work the trick without outside help,
The ice was cleared from around the
hull, and as soon as this had been ac- ,
compllshed, the vessel forged ahead
for the bridge and broke through tho
Ice in fine style. The flrsl difficulty
was encountered at the bridge. The
vessel had slanted across the river
and the trouble was to break away
the ice so as to get a straight course
through the draw. This was eventually accomplished and the next difficulty was breaking through the
sharp edge of the ice after they had
traversed the open water. The ice
was very thick, bill the steel hull of
the  Heaver dispelled  i'  without   v.���:������
tich  trout le.     The fog  was  so 0
thai the ������< ssel approached th-   lan I-
lng very slowly.    A large numbe
Itlzen - wore al the landing to se . hi
arrive.
Funeral of James Spiers.
The funeral of the late .lames Spiers
an old ami trusted employe of the
Royal City Planing Mills, who died
al Rock Bay logging camp, will take
place today at 1 o'clock, from Murch-
ie's und-. riaking establlshmenl to the
dasonic cemetery. Mr. spier- was
born iu Percy township. Northumberland county, Ontario. Nov. 11. 1844.
He was well known to and highly
res] eel id by, New Westminster people. A .-1 I ������ oincidence is. thai his
cul;,    I r,  Mrs  Dr.  Fife, of Pori
Kells,   is  dangen    -i     i '   with   1 ni 1
monla,
The   Sick Chamber.
.1. Walmsley, of Sapperton, is lying
.dangerously ill at his residence, and
bin little hope is entertained of the
old gentleman's recovery. Ke is
over ninety years of age. Detective
and Mrs. Jackson, of Vancouver, were
sent for yesierday, Mrs Jackson being
a daughter of Mr.  Walmsley's.
T. Goldie was reported early this
morning to be doing very well, although his condition is still consider-
6 '.  grave.
Both hospital- report having almosl
every available cot occupied with patients, la grippe being the prevaiing
ailment.
To-Nicht's A.traction.
Everything points to a very successful entertainment this evening
when "Cii; id In Posterland" is to be
presented under the auspices of i1'-
Anti-Tu! erculosis society, The advance sale Of tickets has been such
that the managers of the local amateur company have ever)- liaison to
believe thai a crowded house will
greel the rise of the curtain tonight.
A fully detailed programme will be
found on page three of this issue.
Makeshift Mashers.
N'ew York. Jan. 23.���The latest innovation by a local theatre here is a
corps of uniformed men as escorts
foi unprotected women who come
unattended to evening performances.
The professional escorts tire stationed in the lobhhy in full regalia. Any
woman who desires an escort will
simply be required to notify the box
office between the acts and the man
detailed 10 her service will be in evidence at the close of the performance.
:o::o::o::o����::��o>����>��^^^
fa '   ':���:
Conservative Policy
fa.
1
I Amend the laws to suit private |
$ interests; juggle privately %
3 with public assets. |
>yfayfay.'fa'M ���JJfB DAILY NEWS
THURSAY
JAN,
BURNABY FIGURES
MAKE GBOD READING
Municipality Issues Annual  Statement.
Showing  Only  Small   Liability
Over Assets.
Moreys
POR
OFFICE
STATIONERY
Tin- municipal!!)  of   Burnabj   have
got out their yearly report and financial statement  in  up-to-date style.   It T* /^S^IS O
is published in small hook form, show-  JJLANjV  J5C/L>/jr\.!^
ing detailed   statement   of  all   expen-
DAIRIES
PROP
dltures, on roads, schools, etc. The
municipality has a net liability of
less than $4,000.00 while the total Income including sinking fund amounts
to $33,816.16, nol including $3,618.26
yet to come in. being amounts due
on sale of corporation lands.
Total  expenditure    $22,922.86
Total liabilities on Debenture
bonds       35,000.00
Total  assets   $31,271.64
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Notice to
Contractors
Burnaby Council.
The annual  meeting of the council
fixed   bj   statute 'o take place on  the
third   Mon la>   In  January,   was held
on thai day at 2:30 p.m.   The return
0l  the elections  having been  read, the
members took the prescribed declaration. There were presenl Reeve
Bj rue. in the chair. Councillors .1. A.
Skinner tWard I.i. Eber Stride (Ward
2), Jesse  Love  iWurd  3), .lames  Ron- *
aid L. Cliff iWard IJ, and John-Rum-'' SEALED TENDERS addressed to
hie   i Ward i'.i. the   undersigned,   marked   on  the   eii-
The following committees were ap- I velope "Tender for Construction." will
pointed:���Board of Works, ihe whole he received at the office of the Com
Council, Councillor Stride, chairman, imissioners of the Transcontinental
Board of Health, the whole council. Railway, at Ottawa, until twelve
Councillor Rumble, chairman. Fin-1 o'clock noon of the llth day of Feb-
ance, Councillors Cliff. (chairman i, niary, 1907, for the work required for
Skinner and Anderson. Licensing, j the construction, in accordance with
Councillors Love and Rumble, Just-1 (.he plans, profiles and specifications
ices Sprotl and Chas, cliff. Inter- j0f the Commisssloners, for the follow-
Municlpal, Coqultlam, Councillors hng sections of the Transcontinental
Cliff   (chairman),   Love    and    Stride;   Railway, viz.: ���
South Vancouver. Councillors Skinner (1) District "A."���From a point de-
(chairman), Anderson and Rumble; signated on the plans of the Commis-
New Westminster, Councillors Stride sioners at or near the City of Monc-
(chairman), Skinner and Love. Fence ton, in the Province of New Bruns-
Viewers. .Messrs. F. ThrusselK chair- ] wj(.|< and Quebec, a distance of about
man). John Green and L. Claude Hill. Un miles.
The following officers were appoint-' ,o) District "A."���From a point deed���Medical Health Officer. Dr. R. E. signated on the plans of the Commis-
Walker at retaining lee of $7."i   Solid- 'sinner*, at or near the town of Grand
tors. .Messrs Martin, Wear. * McQuar-1 F����8' in ,h0 Province of N'ew- Brans-
I wick, westerly to lhe boundarv bene, retaining fee $7.i. Auditor, Walter tween the Provinces of New lirtins-
.1. Walker, J.P., C.A., al fee of $50. I wick an Quebec, a distance of about
The appointment   of Constable.  Roadj62 miles.
Foreman and Road Tax Collector was <:;> District "B."���From a point de-
laid   over  until  the  next   meeting signated on the plans of the Commis
'due and  '"aithful  performance of ihe
Contract    according    to    its    terms.
Cheques  deposited   by   parties  whose
Menders are  rejected  will  be returned
within   ten  days  after  the  signing of
j the eontract.
Attention   is  called  lo  the   following
clauses  in  'lie  form  of contract:
���All mechanics, labourers or other
persons who perform labor for the
purposes of the construction of the
works hereby contracted for shall be
paid such wages as are generally accepted as current for competent workmen in the district in which the work
is being performed, and if there is no
current rate in such district, then a
fair and reasonable rate; and, in the
event of a dispute arising as to what
is the current or fair and reasonable j
rate, it shall be determined by the:
Commissioners, whose decisions shall
be final." A t\vo story house on west side of
"This  agreement  is   subject   to  the, Seventh   streel,   below   Queen's   Ave.
regulations   now   in   force,   or   which   This   liouse   is   rented    for    $17    per
may at any time hereafter be in force , month;   modern,    Price $2200.
during the construction of the works
hereby   contracted     for.   made  under      Royal   Ave. near  10th  street;   Small
the  authority  of  the  Department   of  house in good repair; only $750.
Labour, and which are or shall be ap- ,   s���,       below
plicahle to such  works.       ( The schedule  of   Minimum     wages   determined
upon by said    department  will form!
part of the contract.) j Sapperton. $500.
"The  contractor     shall,   in   connection with the whole of the said work,)     Dwelling   on   Columbia   street,   Sap
as far as as practicable, use only ma- i perlon;  easy  terms, $700.
terlal,  machinery,  plant, supplies and
CITY
RTY
strei
Queen's  Ave.    Price $2200.
Two  lots and  three  room house  in
Twelve     lots   at   Sapperton,     lying       $3,50.0 for thfi S. \\
north   west   of  Columbia   street,  only ; and   I'.th   streets.      \
$50  each. �� ��     ' this property     This  -
, into It.
Four lots on Richmond street, Sap-
prton:  cleared and fenced;   will make]      \ g00(j sized hen .   ���
a  good  chicken   ranch.    $250. [am]  another  facing
,   ,, ,      ,,-,       ,���   neai   6th   street.     $2,700.
One  ami   a  halt  storey   dwelling  on
Q m's   avenue   between    Uh   avenue        A   ���,���,,,,,.,,,,,,,,   ,;,..,
and   i'.th    street;    7   rooms:      modem.
$3000.
Two   cottages   on   7th   street, near
Queen's   avenue;    larg   lot;   ���".   rooms
$2000.
rolling stock manufactured or produced in Canada, provided the same
i an be obtained as cheaply and upon
as good terms iu Canada as elsewhere,
having regard to quality and price."
The contractor shall conform to the
lire regulations adopted by the Commissioners; and also to the laws and
regulations respecting tires in the different Provinces wherein the work is
heih": performed.
The rlghl  is reserved to reject  any
or all  lenders.
By order.
P. E. RYAN.
Secretary.
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railway,
Ottawa,   .lan.   Bth,  1907.
Newspapers  inserting    ibis    advertisement   without   authority   from   the
King's Printer will not he paid for it.
SUITS TO ORDER, . . . $17.00
PANTS TO OROER 5
read     from     Messrs
sioners. at or near the Quebec Bridge
easterly  for  a   distance  of  about   150
Letters   were
Hope.   Graveley    &     Co.,   protesting I miles,
against  the recent    Road    Approprla- j     (4)  District  "B."���From a  point de-
tion  by-law so far as regards districl   signated on tbe [dans of the Commis-
lot   I'll'.     The  question   was referred!sioners  about  l50 mlles wesl   "f the
,     .. ..  .. . I Quebec   Bridge   westerly to    a     point
to die solicitors as to the expediency |known ,ls Weymontachene, a distance
or otherwise of passing an amending  of aboul   15 miles.
by-law  cancelling the    road    reserva-       (5)   Districts "C" and "D."���From a
tion alongside Admiralty reserve. poinl   designated on the plans of the
Councillor  Love was authorized   to  Commissioners about eight miles-wesl
bring   In   specifications   for   widenin
between     First     and
ol the Abitlbi  River crossing eastei
for a distance of about 150 miles.
I ll 1 I'd      avenue       ��� . a , i    ,.-,
1   Plans,     profiles     and specifications
Fourth streets.     The council adjourn-   may  p,, seen  in    ihe office    of    the
ed lill Monday, February  Ith al 2:30, | Chief     Engineer    of the    Commis-
(pay clay) the hall being required for   sioners    at    Ottawa; also    in     thee
Provincial election on February 2.        | "m<'''s    ��f    ""'    ^Mvlrl.    ^ngineeai.s
concerned,    viz.:���Guy    C.    Dunn, St.
| John,   N.  B���;   A.   B,   Doucet,  Quebec
P. Q.; and S. R, Poulin. North Bay.
Ont.
Persons tendering are notified that
it the I rich-1 tenders will not  be considered unless
made iu duplicate, and on the printed
fi fins supplied by ihe Commissioners.
A separate  tender  must  he  submit-
MARVELOUS   REDUCTION
until March 1st, 1907.
Plenty of Goods to select from, of the
Latest Patterns.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
247 Front Street   ���      New Westminster
OPEN  EVENINGS.
J. HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel.  11 J, Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
A LITTLE NONSENSE
'Twas a Long Root,   I hoi
man,
Aii Irishman, will: one jaw verj
much swollen froi;; ,-: tooth lhat lie  1(,,| for'each section
wished In have pulled, entered the]    Tenderers shall not  be in any way
oflic-e oi'n Wellington dentist. entitled   to  rely   upon  ihe  classiflca-
V,'j,, .; the suiiei'ing Celt was put  ti��" or an>   oth
City Electric Works
Opposite Tra��vt Office
Two storey 6-room liouse '.eh streel
near Third Ave., $1400,
Building    site on  Queen',    avenue
wesc splendid view: some fruit. $600.
Several lots on Third  Ave. between       L ,,,.������������   dwelling   on   "rd  av
Tenth and Eleventh .-tree:,.   Reason-  (.nUi, betwcen    3rd   and   ltn  streets:
i'11' price. modern;   practically   new;   ea lest   of
Comfortable house on Queen's Ave.  terms.  .$2200.
near Ninth    slreet.    7 room,    pantry.      CoUage ,,���  :;,-,, ,.,,,.���. near 3rd av-
hath, etc.:  full sized lot;  magnificent|������        $1100
View of the city  and river     $2000.
Two storey, s rooms, on nice lot
Eleventh street, above Queen's Ave.;
modern;   only $2300.
Two houses on one lot corner 9th
streei   and   3rd   avenue.     $1000  each.
South easl cornei of !Jrd avenue
and 3rd streel; a good building si'.-.
$600.
Lot 7.".xl IT, on 10th stn el; 3 roome I
house   on   property;     good     locality
$500.
INVESTORS
, Two storey dwelling on west sl le
| of 3rd street, above Queen's avenue.
{   $1300.
street,   iii   goo l   repu
Onlj  $1,000.
;��� room  residence on
near I'ost (IfBce; n   i
Ing cost  $3,000, an | j
$3,950.
$3,700.     A  ti, ���-,.   -
line,   mi   It.i. al   avet
nearly  new;   ^ store)
ever-,     WilJ The   lo'    .
and is i.u el with stoni
M . ll : li  home ' Hi I le
i.    lew     clos ���  iii. $1,800.
'I'he    DOrth-PilSI    .
fh   streets    Si\  - .
-mall   house  nn   conn
buy a'  $4,000.
1011x100 ft.  lot   on   ' ���
Ith    tree!      $'00.
6 Fine houses on 6th St.
below 3rd avenue, that
will rent from $15 to $2U
per month. Each house
contains 8 rooms with
electric light, etc. At
this price tne investment
will pay 10 per cent, net
interest, A bargain at
$9000.
Two   lots  mi   "ad  avenue   between
13th and 1 Ith streets, only $300 each.
11     de coi ner A ��� h
I nue     $1,000.
Corn.-:    he    Uh  avei
invi nlenl to tow ti,   $400
North-wesi   corner  5th   avenue  and
llth   street;    size   132x132    feet.     $850
Two storey modern house "n    2nd
treet   and   ith     avenue.     Thi-    is   a
nlendld corner.   $2000.
South-east   cornei-   Ith   avenue
Sth  street;   cleared.   .$650.
;i.nd
I .arL'e   modern  noil! e
5th avenue and v' ti
Three lots on 8th avenue m-ar 12th   two lots.     Onlj   $3,200.
street   an 1   the  Vancouver   car    line
$700. Well   i Ituatc I   lot   ���
-     ... I   \ iew :   size  ;.   -.. I
liouse and two lots on Sth avenue,  $200
near  the car  line.    Only  $600.
A   suburban   home mi   Mb    avenue      s,x'!i aven,,e a,n<i F
near  2nd   Btreet;     small     house;   lot
cleared.     Onlv   $400.
Five lots on Mb street, between Tth
ind   8th   l\\ enue-.     $125 each
house.    $1,500.
Full   size i  he   on
Tenth  street.    A  goo 1
$250
Four  lots  on corner  s- , ���
Three lots corner Sth Btreel and 6th   and Sixth avenue; $175 ���
avenue,   on   corner.     $1,000. for  all.
Splendid   lot    on   north   tide   of  6th       Nil''   1��'   "''    Reglna
avenue a- -he upper end i.-t 3rd street.
Double corner and   sell built house  Only $200.   s.e aboul  thi-.   .
of 7 rooms on 6th avenue west.   The
house in  modern  and  there is  .-nm*'    Six lots on 2nd - '     laitlj clear
fruit:   also stable.   .$2200. ed.    *6=��.
Large residence and tvro lots on 3rd      Eleven acres 1;. in? north ol Queen's
streei and  Sth avenue;   right   rooms; I Park on I *,'���,.���
modern.   $3500.
this up.     $300.
Boarding house on siv
rooms medet n. etfnvenleni
���<        action     Building   ���
a   monev   makei   (o   the   ri
Price $4,650.
A   pa> Ing   in-..    - ��������� '   on   '
\.-.>   7-roomed BurAgalow on 8tb St.   streel    I"' 66x66 w-1 '���  rented
One humli-eil lots in  the  west  end, | uw'lera    full sized lot    $1800 Price $3,000.
all   well   situaited   with  a   s. tod   view.
These   range     in    price   $7r> to $125.
Sflap these   up
Eight  lots as $125 each  ft listing on
"al   street.
:���:: I   lol   on   Carnarvon    it eet.       House and half lol on  \.-e>
!,. w   siv'i  Btreet;  size  66x132, Caclng   6 rooms.     $1,300.
. . h,    $1,250.
\-mi--      trool  ea      m  full si
I..- on Columbia si r< i '; south sldte;   noi   lot, n  seven  i mini i  hon
size 66x86   a splendid Bite for a I'lock    ���   tt     lonu $2,300.
,      ,, . ,  ,. , ' $10,010.
Doable cornait Gt.n   avenue  and  6tb   r ... g-f    'mlrcws Sirei      . .   66
street.     $800.  %\  cash,   bal'anxw  six      A  ..,������,   iropertj   on  Carnarvon St.,   Ninth  streei    $250.
and  twelve monitoi at 7  per cent       !,���.���,   ,,,, 6   ....,.,..       lita    ..  ,-,,-  ������,
' house propert) ;  66x 132 feel:   <.������'   e.
$15.(HI | e   month.    Onlj   $3,000.
i.i Flrsl   Btreet,
i-ir
into lit   . lin rt    :    i\v the slcamins
bj  any  ] erson on  ; ehall of the i !om-
missioiu rs, anil lie     -��� ing anv
forcejis ajiproaeiinijr his iacc ho pos- tender,  bidders  should  make  a   care
itivch   i'i [used  tn o    n  his   moutli. ful examination of the plans, profiles,
!'     ���_ a  man of i -      fee, the > - n -'������������' h      '-:il1    i'01 : -"::             - :     -1 '
ti.-l  ii   ii   :      nsti     '              .    istu   ! ': " {orms '" :'' executed,   and    I   llj
. ���    i Inform themselves a      .
! , ,       I  "     ;' "   -  :         .      ol lerln       ;..:
������'  '     '   '      n lhe  Ir               ��� ...      ,,,        msbi      erpiircd;   and
h     '             lo yell I                  t coil are         -         ul      i      cepl   and
: - I     ..,���-������ il   r.
For elect rfc signs, d. launo , moto;
fans, 'phoni   fixtures, shades, bells, bai
t. -ii-s,   wire   and   cables   ol   ail   h ndt
and  sizes.    House  wiring.    Motor  Installing a  ��� ie tialtj.    Al! kinds of real ompt 1}  attended   I
J. D4GBY, Proprietor
PHONE  304.
Sl���   lots facit i   i   '���!���   s i tare, i" ��� ���
$200  each.
Sixth avenu
acn --.   .$2000.
Full    -iz-il   lol   on   Col    :
��est ol   li-.. t   block  anil   I wo  lol      ��� .
Clarkson   it   ���������   .   .\ II h       .     -,      Pi h i;
Four lots on cornet   Sth street ,ir.l  $14,500.
7th amenue;  a goood buv al $1200. ,, ., ,.
Ituildiii.-   ii      on   wesl   snl<     I   ���  .
id  ' en  icres, cl tsri I, o      th avereue c       "    - ignlficen    ,-iew of ihi
$5000 river,  al price.
On tin   \   ��� icouvi     ...   in
li . i om   modern,   ri      ��������� . ���
nnd ���   ill      Prici   $3,000. $1,
I'i v.   lol -   on   '"
or chicken  ral  in
avenue
$500.
,
river, al
A   nb ������-...
i i^l ^/f *1 i < 9 buy l vi) houses on :    i
Shin      i|/3lliA7'��Ti'55l?-iaiQ if Columbia
\\
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'The   Piont^r   Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,   "South     West     Limited"
Kansas O.y to Chicago..
the o . it   an I ;;.,  train-   in   the   se \ i
,:      " id   in   t'      w irl :   ;'   I   equ
equipmi nl   that  ol  the  I , Mil
jt.   Pa u 1
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er of tl
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.     .    $3,500.
full I b       ���    - mii
id  I.i
nn   coi ner   lo    and   ano I
V good
.-'���������������-    lot!   on    Fi '!i   ,i .
-.,,--         nil   131 h
.a-   71x113; -...
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���   an I 2m h '���.
tn 1
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$250
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Fi nit of  ten    'i
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Ion No.  1    Distrl      'A," $7
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Si        u Xo. icl
.   ���   ���      tain able
[OWE. i
$500 cast-., and the balanca in monthly   payi 1.00,    |
ind interest   wil   buy ,i first ciass residence on  Tliin:  a\    uve between
and  4th  streets.    The  housa   contains c! rooms; ii-.;     el '   ;   I
cold    v -le >.;   up-ta-da      ��� ;  and     . - .   ..
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'���'"'e... i -  '���- Fire ,.          i, etc,
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JOHN ROD,
HI UtUK Si lit. i.i.
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Westminster
ansfer Co.
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PEARSON,   Manager
. THURSAY, JAN. 24,   1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
���J:
y
IS THE FLOUR
pure]
.MALE DEESS REFOEM
(T IS HUPELcSSLY HAMPERED BY THE
STIFF  WHITE  SHIRT.
<(
CUPID IN POSTERLAND.9'
THURSDAY  and  FRIDAY,   January 24th and 25th.
MANUFACTURED   -   BY
THE
Easterbrook Milling Com'y I
OF   EBURNE
A lady should never forget to say���
IMPERIAL
when she wants to obtain the very best Flour
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get it if
you order Imperial, made from the finest selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
Unexcelled for Pastry.
Try lt
Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for   Terminal, and see that you get it.
The Easterbrook Milling Co.
McQUARRIE &   CO.,   Local Agents.
L
122 Pront St.
Trains  &  Steamers Canadian Pacific Railway Co. !pjj        p       ��������
C.P.R   MAIN  LINK British Columbia Coast Line I V^aiiaVUOll 1   Cll*liH*
Leave N. \V. 15.40; arr N. W. 11.86.
CP.lt.  MISSION" BRANCH.
Leave N. W. S.30; ar. Seattle 15.SO.
Leave Seattle lL'.::n; ar. N. W. 18.40.
C.P.R.  WESTMINSTER  JUNCTION,
Leave N. W. S.IIO, 10.35, 15.40, 17.35,
Arrive N. w. p.:'���->, 11.:;:,, 16.40, 18.46.
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. H.'Jd a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4.:;r. j,.ni.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
p.m.
V., W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. W. 3 p. ni. and 9:55 p. m.
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv. N.  \V.  9:35  am.;   ar. Guichon
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, L*:40 p. m.; ar. N. W. I
8:45 p m. and G p. ni.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv. New Westminster 5.50, ���.60, 1
'Md 8 a. m., and every half hour thereafter till 11 ]>. m.
Lv. Vancouver for Westminster at
came hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
IP  RIVER.
Beaver���
From X. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. S a.m.
.From   I'i.u k.   d'n.,  '''li.,  Sat.. 7  a.m.
Ranona ���
From \. w. Tn., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
Vrtttu Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer
From \.\v. daily, ex. Sundaj  :' ;i tn.
Add.  trip.  Monday, a a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Service.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notice).
S3 Amur
Jan.  '12.
leaves  Vancouver  Jan.  '.I
RAILWAY COMPANY
! REDUCED   RATES
WINTER CARNIVAL, - Kosskmd. B. I"..
Mail Service
t.'ii ise.
Received.
Seattle,  via  Sunns 7.15 a.m.
6.1" p.m.
Sappeilon an l .Mill-
side,  \n,   1    7,15 a in.
11.35 a.m.
Vancouver,   No.   1.  7.15 a.m.
9.00 a.m.
GN.R.   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle..  s.15 a.m.
3.30 p.m.
Van. & Ten. Pa<-iclH.30 a.m.
2.011 p.m.
Victoria    in :a>!( m
9.00a.m,
East Burnaby  ....   1,13 p m.
1.15 p.m.
Ladner, Steveston,
etc  1.30 p.m.
11.00 a.m.
C.P.R. east, Sapper
ton, Millside and
Coqiiitlam      :',.<") p.m.
11.35 a.m. |
Van. and   Hiiriialiy ;'..:',tt p.m.
0.on p.m.
G.N.R.  Flyer      .|.nil p.m.
11.00 ii.m. I
Tlmberland,   Tues
and Friday  .   . . .12.00 in.
12.00 m.    !
VANCOUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE.
Leaves Vancouver daily at l p.m.
Leaves Victoria daily at 1 a.m.
Vic lORIA-SEATTLE ROUTE.
PRINCESS BEATRICE.
Leaves Victoria dally except Monday
at x;;o.
VICTORIA     NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
SS  CITY   OF NANAIMO.
Leaves New Westminster at 7 a. m.
on Sundays.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE,
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vancouver daily at 1:30 p.m.
WEST   COAST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leaves Victoria   at   11   p.m.  on   1st,
7th, and  llth  each  month  for Clayo-
quot :   leaves Victoria    on     20th     for
Quatslno and way points.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTt.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves New Westminster on Mon
day, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
and Friday al 2 p.m. and Saturday
at 2 p. in. with additional trip on Monday al 5 a. in.
Leaves Steves:,m Monday. Tuesday,
Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday at
7 fi. in.; Friday at 6 a. in. additional
irip  Saturday  5  p.  m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, K a. m.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
am! Chiiliwack.
Tickets an -sale Feb. llth to Feb. 16th.
Returning Feb. lSth.
Fare and One-third Return
Assistant
'llif Way Thin Garment liit.-rl.-reB
With Both ll.ullh ii nd I uiufort.
Some ��if the o.-iinliii.,. of the f're��-
.-nt    Vliiwrul im*   Style   uf    Vlllr.-
The necessity by which men feel co-
er.-ed of proving to the world that they
���wear white shirts lies at the basts of
all the difficulties of the dress problem.
L'ntll the garment becomes extinct
,t is hopeless to attempl the reform of
men's dress on the lines of health and
comfort
It will of course ultimately disappear, for it is but the mark of a stage
In the evolution of dress, just as the
vermiform appendix is q useless evolutionary remnant In lhe body. Hut the
question is whether we ought to await
the slow course of nvoluti ni or to use
our common sense aud abandon tbe I
ancient garment at once.
Why do we wear white shirts? Ages
ago it was only the wealthy who could
afford t> clothe themselves in linen.
The possession of linen underwear was
then il marl; of social position, and
there was an obvious advantage in
making public displ ly of it.
Wo may put down three fourths of
ihe discomfort of the hoi summer to
the account of the Rt r died shirt. Il
prevents the very prjee s devised by
nature to keep the body eo il the evaporation of sweat. In s i far as it bin- .
dei-s this natural process |u summer,
the white shirt favors disease. But In
winter It is a fruitful cause of illness.    I
In winter the mere wearing of a
white shirt would U'.J doubt leave a
man uo bettor and UO worse if he were
content to wear it for his own satisfaction. But the curious law of evolution
comes in and compels him to wear it
, in such a way ns to do himself physical
Injury.
Wherever   evolution   is   at   work   it
; leaves    vestiges���literally,    footprints. .
Frolmbly  it  is millions of years since
I the vermiform appendix became a llse-
less  organ,   but   it  still   survives.     All
; evolutionary   survivals   appear  to   be
j harmful.   The appendix is the seat of !
j appendicitis.     In  the  inner  corner of
the eye there Is the remnant of a once ]
useful third lid, which now only lodges
dust and causes irritation,
The lord chancellor's wig, was once a '
comfort   iu   ancient  drafty   legislative j
chambers   and   now  merely   serves  to
make  a   sensible  man  look  ridiculous
and give him headaches.
People wh i drew up laws were long
ago paid according to the number of
words, but tin- multiplicity of words
now only causes confusion. So the i
white shirt that was once a badge of
wealth and culture, being uo longer of I
value fir that purpose, is only a cause
of discomfort nnd disease.
It is necessary to cut a piece out of
the vest aud the coat, just over the
most Important organs of the body, In
order to prove to our neighbors that
we wear white shirts. Consequently
In the winter time we expose the lungs ,
and lhe air passages to tile cold wind
and lhe-cold rain.
I-'rom   the  point of vi��w  of  health
uothi.u-_- could be more stupid.    Bron-
eliH.'.s is one of the mest deadly of ail j
diseases in this country.    Bronchitis is j
simply  inflammation of the bronchial ,
lubes.     This   inflammation   is   excited
by .a chill, a chilling ni' lhat part of
tlif body left exposed in order to siww
that we wear while shirts.
The white siiin.  in  fact,  might ap- I
pear in the tables of the registrar ���gen- \
���eral as the cause of so many deaths, j
Kfe* West,. ;..-,-  i Perhaps 100,000 a year.
Ami dues ii  really  Improve a  man's
appearance?   By virtue of the ussoeia- j
tion of ideas it certainly does,    TJsual-
ly men who do nut wear white shirts
J
A two-act   musical fantasy compiled and produced under the dire    on
'.    biines w. Evans.
Benefit  of the Anti-Tuberculosis Society.
Characters��� Players.
Old King Cole, famous ruler of a famous kingdom   Harry Davis
A. Piker Franklin, newspaper reporter  e. N. Sutherland
Happy Hooligan, with troubles of his own   Welland Gordon
Foxy Grandpa, oul tor a good time       Robt. Whitmore
Laughing Jim, "1 seen yo' ad In de paper"   c. I). Peele
Buster Hrown. a wis,, little boy    Campbell W.j-    n
Policeman, one of the finest  j   s  B   O'Brien
lack, the lost���found  Ea,-i Warnes
Pretending Percy, a good Utile hoy  George Trapp
Lady Bountiful, specialist in charity   E;hel Brymner
Boy Blue, of King Cole's court  Cowan  Macgowan
Miss Muffett, of King Cole's court  Alvina  Munn
Bo Peep, of King Cole's court      Margaret   Lewis
Jill, of King Cole's court   Alma Corbould
Mrs Katzenjammer, a woman of character    Grace Corbould
Mary .lane. Buster's confederate  Eileen Gilley
,':il;       Vera Bell
' i|;'"'   Noel Armsti ing.
Bearers of the Royal Train    Dorothy Trapp
 Jane, Gilley
Cues:.. Minstrels, Travelers and Friends.
ACT I.���Lady Bountiful'*  Card a.
ACT II.���Old   King Cole's Court,
MUSICAL NUMBERS.
icl I.
"Boys  and Girls"���Misses  Juanlta Heaton, Francis Herring, Ethel Homer,
Margaret   Doherty, Mabel Wells, Grace  Eastman, Messrs  E. Mills, W
Monis. E. Warnes, .1. P. nil..dean. Stanley Gilchrist, A. Johnston.
'Indians  0n   Broadway"���Mr.  Sutherland  and Misses  Lisa Burnett.  Vesta
Bent, ina   Slocum.  Kate  Dauphinee,  Jeannette  Peele and   Messrs.  w.
Russell.  A,  J.  Small,  W.   E.  Banton. 0. S, Peele, R, E. English.
"King Cole"���Mr, Davis and chorus.
"Down at the farmyard gate"���Mr. Whitmore, Campbell Watson and Eileen
Gilley,
"Bullfrog   and  the   Coon"���Mr.  Macgowan  an 1   Miss  Lewis.
���Alamo"���Miss   Brymner and   Messrs.  English.   Baker,   Bllodeau,   Peel,  Mc-
Coll, Harrison.
"Quarrel Song" and Cupid's arrival.���Entire company;  Mrs Watson, soloist.
"Golden sunset  fades beyond the Hill-"���Mr.  Bllodeau, assisted  by Male
Chorus.
"Don't   know   where I'm   going but   I'm on my way"���Mr. Peele.
"Hammock built for two"���Miss Munn  and   Misses   Homer.  Heaton,  Messrs.
Mills,  Morris, Gilchrist, Small.
"Alice,   where  art   thou  going"���Mr. Gordon.
"If I  should"���Miss  Brymner and Mr.  Sutherland.
"Has your Mother any more like yon?"���Miss Corbould.
"Jack and Jill"���Mr. Warnes.
"Attention"���Miss Wells and Mr. Johnston,   assisted   by   Misses   Burnett,
Bent, Slocum. Corbould, Loamy, Peele. Messrs Small, Bllodeau, Banton.
English, Fletcher, McColl.
"Take a little ride with me," (Auto Parody i��� Franklin and Lady Bountiful,
Jack and Jill. Boy Blue and Bo Peep,  Foxy Grandpa and   Miss  Miffett,
King Cole and Mrs. Katzenjammer. Happy Hooligan and Countess Also.
Grand Finale for the entire Company.
"GOD  SAVE THE   KING."
The audience is Invited to vise and    join    in    singing    the    National
Anthem.
.*
Miss Maud Charleson. Pianist. '" k-
The Westminster Orchestra.
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lire not given to cleanliness. The inau 3, Specialty
who wears u white shirt washes his
face and hands nnd brushes his clothes;
bonce when we see a white front and nishcd.
white cuffs we experience that pleasant sensation produced by general
neatness of the person and clothing.
But lhat a few square Inches of white
clothing over the chest makes a man
look better is an absurd conclusion.
The ease for the white shirt has not
a leg to stand upon. The garment is
uncomfortable, unhealthy and unbecoming. And as it has losi the onlv
useful function it ever possessed thai
is, its symbolism of exceptional wealth
���we ought to discard it altogether.
The difficulties of this course are very
great no doubt. What we want is an
"antiwliiie shirt society," which would
agree to wear, from -��� i tie prearranged
date, a dress designed wh illy with regard for comfort, health and I canty.
T. F. .Maiming in London Gossip.
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Milking  I.m c I |> n Tree,
Billing and cooing among the i'iji.i.;-
is a curious feature i-i their social ens
. tonis. it Is decidedly ugninsl the rule
to do any courting within doors. The
gardens or plain.nious are ihe spits
; held sac-red 1 > Cupid, and the generally
.' ap].roved trystlng place of lovers Is
high up among the branches of a
breadfruit tree. You may often walk
around a plantation on a moonlight
night and see couples perched forty
feet from the ground In the breadfruit
trees, one 0:1 each side of the trunk, a
position which conies fairly within the
limits of a Fijian maiden's ideas of
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said a friend one day to him. "Memory," replied his lordship, "is the feeling that steals over us when we listen
to our friends' original stories."���Lon-
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Siloan Springs (Ark.) Herald mid Pern- j
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THUR8AY
JAN. j.
THE DAILY NEWS]
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
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Having trouble with tS.e salt ?
Gets damp and baldens? Then
you are not using WINDSOR
TABLE SALT. It never cake*.
Revised  List,
of bookings at the Opera H
Managing Director.
.J. C. Brown
Follnw.-il    11 i*    I'lpe.
Ail   old   Hungarian   eonntrynian  had ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
smoked  the same  pipe  for  more than January:
fifty   years   and   as   n   natural   conse- 24th,  ('lipid   in   Posterland
gnence   hud  grown   to  love  it   as  a 25th, Cupid in   Posterland.
companion.    One day, however, his in- 28th.   Pollard   Opera Company
fant   grands,.,,   smashed   the  pipe   be- .,���,,   ,,������.���.,, 0pera Companj
yond all hope of repair.    The old man _
was so broken hearted at his loss that
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>:0>>>>>>>>%4������'���-���-������������� fa. .,- ..s
ouse in   $   ""*���*��*
DIED���A-   Rock  Bay,    ll. <'..
The   funeral   will   be    held     today,
Thursday, Jan. 24th, at  - p.m., from   y
Murchie's undertaking parlors, to the  fa
, for   valiant   and   conspicuous   service he hange.1  himself  on  a peg.    In his " ' ���:
jrvERTISlNG RATES, rendered  to the governmenl.     Death pocket was found a scrap of paper on      Spiers, aged 62 years and 2 months,   ,���.
Transien.    display   advertising,   :0   "A;,s lllu' '" paralysis caused by over which was scribbled, "My pipe is done
c-.'Lib per   iDe   nonpariel)  IL' lines to   work and exposure while fighting the for, and I must go too."
the   ir,ch.       Five   L-eLts   per  line  tor   plague. 	
Subsequent insertions. ,  Helpful. Masonic Cemetery.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20      jove occasionally nods and the To-       Mrs. Heljiliiinter���A young- strong       -
.-ems per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10   ront(J (,]()1m, makeg s]j]is     Th(, Giobe girl like you  from  Soiith Carolina NHTirF
cents per line. referg (o ..Judge Green.. resigning to ought to be able to do something I^IV-r I l\_.l
For   tlma^oojitta^^si^a^^posi-   f,ni,.,. th(, Btormy fieid ,������ politics.   Mr. around a house even if you cannot 	
Green did resign but not a judgeship. | bake, wash, iron or dust furniture.
20th CENTURY
CLOTHING
I     I.  IV.
���n Informed thai  Mr.  A.  fa
W.   Eichoff  litis   been  canvassing  and   'fa
tuns, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    birihs.    marriages    or ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
deaths. 50c.   Wants, for sales, lost or A judge also resigned but he was not ! Can t you O0 anything.' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
found, rooms to let, etc., oue cent per Green.     Persons,   positions,  and  mo-       "I'm-uni,   missy���vft'as,   Ah   kin   trying to sell Singer Sewing Machines. S
*ord.      No advertisement taken fcr tjV|l> W(,n, .,��� different. cook yo' a gorjus nossum dinnah���      I wish ��� ���   i-arn  the public thai   Mr 8
tesj than 25 cents.                                                                                                                   '.    ,    ',   ...     .'     , 1 _,, .   ��� . ,  .                                      , fa,
.-~~^~^~^ I ya-as, inacedy! ���ruck. Eichofi is not in anj  waj  connected ;���;
I^I^H ......._   .u_   _i���.!..���   ..,   ..   _  with  the Singer  Sewing   Machin.    ''.��� >}
TELEPHONES.
Woman's  Idea  of Them.
Discussing   the election   of  a   new
I'limnte of the Church of  F.ngland  in
Day Office   A22   Canada,   the   Mail  and   Empire says:
B22   "The Archbishop In the  East, more-
'.   over, is usually ihe chief of the two   called 'When tile CatV Away.' but I
don't see the artist's name.   I won-
and cannot furnish anyone with a new   ft
Night   Office
"Mere's a  clever  thing  in  oil,"   Singer Sewing  Machine,
said she at the art exhibition.   "It's H. T. TODD,
.0,5n;A,\ab1.
ft
New  Westminster,  ll. C.   ft
THURSAY.   JAN.  24.   1907.
bishop of Rupert's land.    The second
Archbishop Bond of Montreal.   There
THE   FUN  OF THE  THING. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
,     re Is a whole lol of humor tuck- f'lls'    Primate   was   Dr.Macrae,  Arch
ed awai   in the utterances of Conser-
lative  writers and  speakers  in  these ~g ^^ mUf.h ,.|m]|)  ,,���. any pre.
days     Most of it, it is true, Is uncon- cedent   to arise.     The   needs  of  the
scious humor, but it is all the funnier Church and nol geographical locati m
on   that  account.    Nature   planted   In will probably govern for a  long time
Middle    Canada    long    stretches    ol li   come.
splendi I   wheal   land.    The    Govern- :	
men! of Lhe Dominion and other agen- Telling Tales.
cies advertised  this fact, and settlers The holder of the woman's national
came pouring in.   This, coupled with whist championship has declared that
Archbishops, and Is known as the Prl ^^^^^^_
mate of All Canada, just as the Arch-  der who painted it." "-���   ""���-��� �������w. .-,-���,��.���,   �����,.
bishop of  Canterbury i.  Primate ol      "Evidently a woman," replied her bralth, printers.                         du.  ft
All England, while the Archbishop ol   es,'r,r,���    "See what a ferocious ex- .,,             ,���,
nrnccinvi    Ju.    hi       rrivnn    tlm   mino " WANTED���BOV"     to    SWeep    OUl     office    ft
York    s  the   Primate   of   Engand."   l^1'-"1"11 --1"' Has  P��ven the mice.               ' ' ���,
Pliil-iil-dnbi-i Pr.. ln mornings.   AppU  A. S. .lohnston,   ���.
There is no such re ation between the   ���l ruiaaeipnia i ress. '���                             m
Mr.  uheallers oflice.   12  Lorne St.   y
two  provinces   of  the  Church.     The                             ^ isi iV
BOY wanted    Apply Dingle tc Gal-
Not  Discouraged.
"Doesn'l it sometimes discourage
VOU  to   lillil
main ot vour seien-
WANTED���Experienced    lady    hook
Keeper.      Applj    New    Method    Laun
drj.    Bui r block, Columbia Sl
ft
F   'fa-
tific theories inaccurate?"
"Nut   I   all."   said   llie   lctirni      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
man.   "There are always plenty of   wanted���boys to deliver dodgers fa
new ones to discover.  And theories
are  always   inure   interesting   than
demonstrations."���Washington Star.
Saturday.    Apply   247   Front   Street,   y
16-11     .ft
LOST���Drown cocker spaniel.    Kind, i   ft
dense return to K. Reichenbach.   it'  '<
ft
fa
OAWMII.I SITES,     TIMBER LIMITS,
ROOM  TO     LET���With     or     without
ih,   destruction  caused  elsewhere  lo   card-playing  Is  a  sin.    Following  so   fJAWMILL  and  LOGGING  MACHINERY   ��� 1",:inl'    Ap|,I;" Eleventh S"'(M'' an^   ;J<
war and disaster, has made a splendid close on John  I).  Rockefeller's advic
market  for  British Columbia  lumber, against the burden of wealth and Man-   AND  SUPPLIES.
Again. Nature has endowed New West- ager Fleming's declaration on the so-
minster    with    certain      advantages licitude of the Toronto Railway Com-
which make it one of the best, if not pany   for che  comfort   of  the   public,
the very  best, site for manufactures this looks as it' the people who really
ou  the   Pacific Coast,     These causes knew  were inclined  to disclose their
have hrought   it   prosperity,  and  as  a secrets.���Toronto Globe.
consequence,  the  store-keeping    part	
o- the community reaped a line har- A SISTER'S COURAGE.
vest  at Christmas time.    Mr. Gifford, 	
wishing to extol the McBride Govern- P*e��eucc <>f Mind of an   loKin.mih
ment.  points  to this  fact   as a   reason Century  IrLI.   \y-.n...
whv  Lhat   governmenl   should be sus-      Iu ljf"ci;i- ����� s",n" filI,lil-v PaDers
tained.     As   well   mlghl   Mr.   Howay and bundles of old letter* I discovered
hav.. said that,  because we have sad one l,y  Mrs' -'"ff'''"^ '��' Blarney .-as
a hard winter, the Government should tle'  County  Cork-  ulliWl  eontains  an
be put out. One argument would have '"''"''"" '"' a drcnniBtanw Interesting
lust  as much in it  as the other;  the "' ,is""' :ls an ills,al"'', "f nerolsm ""
governmenl  has as much  to do with ,1"'  '"���"',  0|   lU" uarrator toward   ner
one as with the other, yet Mr. Gifford b;'other' the Earl '"' Clare' :""1 so l'alu"
thought he had made a tine poinl for al,le u~ ,"'i"-il1^ to i,':l,, a ''^arkable
,,, ... .    ,,     ,. ttvent  connected   with   the  history  of
his  si le.     ll   von  ask   the  < onserva    , , ,   ,   . .   .
'    ,  those troubled nines that 1 feel I am
lives how   and  wherein   the  McBrlde only dtecharglng u dutv ,n submitting
government   contributed  to   the  pro,. |t to the notice of th liter.
peril)   of the     Province,    they    are      The   letter  is   dated   ti   Moleswortli
dumb;   or  perchance   they     will   tell street,  July,   1S07,  and.  among  other
you of those barrels of apples which matters,  Mrs. Jeffereys writes as foi-
ihi   Government   sent   to   exhibitions lows:
hl tne 0](]  country. "��"  tue 'ia-'  Lortl  '''ituwillliim  was
ri -ailed, when my brother ,as chancel
I -. ���. ns returning fr mi the ens- le aft
er !er. Ing assisted nl  the swe irius  i i
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I ii M.ly arrived lord l,oute:,:mt,
J hi   sustained   because lhe  Pro- i  rocious  mob  of  no   less  than  5.00fi
'.'   - so prosperous; and thai the men  and several  hundred  women as-
vi .   Uu -   roarl   tolls  on   tho   bridge Rguibjed together In College trreeu and
ni     be   taken   ofl|  I'fecau te   the    -':     ' ' ' -   tn '  :IV":J:'    '"' ������'���>-   ' '   mi
P      in ���   was so e00,.> [    '   ��� "'- !' ,;:"'   Tue male 1 :l ' "r :'' '
... ... In uirirenl ���   v. ere   armed   with   pistols,
'  "'..'.u"u-  -"��� '""" nues' ,  ,tla>    -,    led  es, saws, e, ��� .,    .,. .
'   te  only "Is?  c '  thi   e  is the ,,. ..y ()tlui]> Ul..,.,.. ,,.   ,,   , .   , , ,, , a
/ ���'       ni.-   mess    lie  Pn  nier made ol ,  . .-, . ;   hniiher's house, a nil the ivu
i   .    i        .      with   his     --'land     stand ere   all   ol    l irmod   with
lie Consen   tivi     to  .-,    ��� we     b.clr aprons full ol : ivim; stones. Thi i
h   ...  it   from  Mr.  Gifford  and  others I'vraci ms   and   furious   n o ���   he   u
dr.   McD . . in Hiiow showers of stones into my brofh-
special of this  pro.
a    ithei . ���      ���     bat
iii        ,      ... -    ; !;i
hoar 1.
Queen's avenue.
fa.
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E. W. JOHNSON
Room 4, Guichon Block
JOB   PRINTING���Lei   us     flguK
your  printing  for    the  New
Arrow  Press,   Daily     News.       MRS.
DOMINY,  Prop.
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J. E. PHILLIPS
jThe Wardrobe Clothier
breath,  Mond i.y  night,  Mr.
Clifford  told  us that   the Governmenl
Our Waterproof Arctics are great protectors on
a cold winter's day.
Don't Have Cold Feet
Nothing can equal a pair of Arctics for keeping
the feet warm and dry.
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his horses,   'i'he) el      y broihel
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The kind we keep:
Men's HIGH TOP MANITO-
BAS, made with heavy wool lining, the 3-buckle kind. $3 a pair
Men's medium height FINK
JERSEY ARCTICS, black fleece
lining.    $2.50 a pair.
LADIES' I LEE( E - LINED
BUCKLE OVERSHOES, every
pair    absolutely     waterproof.
,25 a pair.
E endeavor to give satisfacti
to our customers; we think v
have, as our business has grow
rapidly during the past ye<
If vou are not dealing witi
us, we would be pleased to hav
vou give us a trial.
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THE DAILY NEWS
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THE
CASH STORE
Prices clown to zero on many lines during our
January Clearance Sale.
This Clearance Sale has spread out bigger, larger
and better than ever it was in the past. Of course,
that's reasonable. You would be disappointed in
SMITH'S if it were not so.
PURS
at clearance
prices
Clearance time In this Btore has arrived, and tu a time when many
. -oies are reaping their largest
profliB.
Buying Furs at Smith's now la as
good as double savings.
White Thibet, Foxallne and Rabbll
Neck Sean-, al the following reduc-
tii ns: $2.00 for $1.50; ?l 00 for $2.90;
f."..T.". for $3.50; $7.00 for $4.50; $7.50
foi  $4.50; $9.00 for $6.50.
$7.."ai Sable Huffs now $ 4.7."",.
It�� Daily Details
Grand Rally
OF THE
The B. C. Packers will ship a couple   should   now  have heen  nearing com-
of cars of frozen fish to the east today,   pletion bad to be discontinued.
A party of Nicola Indians, who re- i
cently arrived to engage on construc-
| tion work near Blaine, have given up
the job, as they find that the damp
climate does not agree with them.
They propose returning lo Nicola
within  a few days.
Capt Hunter of the Bteamer Trans-
fer, leit tor Victoria yesierday on departmental business.    The   Transfer
is heing overhauled in readiness for
work as soon as the river is clear of
drift Ice, The Transfer, having a
nooden hull, is unfit for butting into
a great amount of sharp drift ice.
The Fisheries departmenl reports
'hat already a large number of applications tor licenses for fishing <lur-
Ing the coming season are being received All along th/- rive;-, fisher-
n en are repairing and generally over-
AT
WARM
WINTER
HOSIERY
at the
Most Favorable Prices
Plain Cashmere, Ribbed Wool    and Ribbed  Worsted  HOSE, in full
ladies' si;..- and  hoys' size;   reg i    .;  35c; January Sale 25c
Ribbed  Cashmere HOSE, fine   imported quality, 2-1  rib;    si/.es m.,
9, |i$ and le srplcndld value ai   the    regular    price.-   50c;     January
Sale -   for 75c
For cut flowers, Bridal Boquets and
Funeral designs, a specialty, 'Phone
Tidy the Florist. A184.
Magistrate Pittendrigh, sat  in judg-
1 ment on one solitary drunk this morning.    Result, %2~it) and costs.
The Flyer, which has been in dry
dock in Vancouver for some time undergoing repairs, is expected in port
today.
.1. W. Berry, returning officer tor
Delta, was in town today on his way
home. Mr. Berry proposes to stop
ia   Haney for a  f        lays.
The Burns concert, which was planned by the Lords of the Isles camp,
Sons i. Scotland, has been postponed
on ;��� . mnl of the Inability of the com-
ii !   ee  to  secure a  suitable hall.
The  snow   has   melted   off  the  grass
which surrounds ire  provincial  couri hauling   their   gear and   making  new
house   and   the   sight   of   the   bright !ll',s iu readiness for landing 'he un-
preen  verdure is verj   pleasanl  after wary  salmon,
tin  earth having been coveie I for so
li ng with the white Bn iw. The  r"reral  "r  l!-  K-  McStay,  who
died from  i severe attack of la grippe	
The  Salvation Army    people    look In   St.   Mary's   hospital   on   Tuesday,
.  rward to a great time on March 28 '-'-'i11 ta\i place al   Mission this after-   -.�����      rT,1 r\'����        1   i_l        S~i i ���
mil 29. as General Booth will lecture noon.     The   funeral   sermon   will   be   Ml\  1HOS. (jrlltOrCl, the LOnSerVatlVe  Call"
in Vancouver on the above dates. The preached   in   St.  Peter's   cathedral   at 1" 1    X. 1   1\/T TOT)* J-l T
general will be on his way to the far seven    .clock   this     morning,    after CuClcltG,   cUlCi  Mr.   J.   O.   Kclin6y,   tl\Q Lic\m
East,  and   will   lecture in   the  ('oast which the body will be taken by train -i 1 ��� 1    j_ "j      1    i ii l
en I,, to the onent.       w i.s lasi ,es,i���g pi,ce bor candidate, are invited to attend
JOHNSTON'S HALL
SAPPERTON
To-Night at 80M
MR. F. W. HOWAY,
The Liberal Candidate,
and other speakers will address the
meeting.
and take part.
GOD   SAVE   THE   KING
TRY
Lee's Furniture Emporium
Elastic I!     ��� Supporters (side) ;  a clearance of oddments;  thr loz-
en pairs   . iwingprices:   51  foi 50c;   50c for 25c; 25c for 15c.
Farm   Land!
The Hon. \V. Xonnaii Hole was in The Kim; Edward, the government j
attendance al the Provincial court dredge, is now fully equipped for mak-
house j-esterday in order to conduci '��- another raid on the Anuieville
chambers. There was nothing in bar. As soon as the river is reason-
readiness, however, to go on with and , ably free from drift ice the pontoons
the session did not materialize. The and pipes will be placed in position ���
next court session will be on Monday and the dredge will once more start
the 28th Inst. slinging mud.    It is expected that thej
dredge will stay right at the bar un-
The Schaake Machine  Works com- til the desired results are arrived at.
pany  has  been awarded  the contract
for outfitting  the   saw   mill   recently The   condition of  the cars  on   the
purchased   by   Messrs.     Hurley     Bros. City   service- of  the  B.   C.   E.  R.  com-I
The   niosl   up-to-date  equipment   will Pany.   which   was  complained   of   in
he placed in the mill and as soon as ,nes(j columns a few days ago. has1    For Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
the  spring opens  it   Is expected  that  heen explained   by   D.   .1.   McQuarrie.
i- will be in full swing. 1')'"'1 manager, win, pointed oui that Window Shades, Pictures and Framing,
��� the severity of the weather had caus-
A new starl was made yesterday to- ed several breakdowns among the
wards erecting the proposed offices rolling stock and that it had been ne-
and pattern shops for the Schaake cessary to put on old cars to keep
Machine Works company. The wea- up the service.
ther   has   heen   so inclement   for  the.
past  few  weeks  lhat   the  work  which       Near!,!   three   weeks     ago.     Officer
    Bourke    discovered    an      antiquated
horse   roaming  at   large   through  the
city streels, and In the absence of a
pound  keeper,  he stabled the animal
In  the market  stables,  where it   was
Couches, Parlor Goods, Rattan Goods.
ASSORTMENT THE BEST   QUALITY THE HIGHEST! PRICES THE LOWEST!
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WNr?-'- *'<:;^i'>. ��� -     '    '     ���
20  Acres
$20 pcr acre
Only   G   miles   from   City
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WHITE & SHILE
260 Columbia St., New Westminster
Phone 85.
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Leo many Overcoats and we don't believe that yen have got enough.
.'. e want to sell cur:- and here's the way we fee* about it:
We would rather sacrifice our profit and part of the ccsf. than can-y the Coats over to
ar thi r     son.    'here's nothing v ong aboi' our proposition.
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It s good busiiiess * or us to do so
The i
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just a pi iln, fair and
mei      . lalnlj
wi  offei
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$8.00    |
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left to awall a claimant. Up to the
; resent no owner lias arrived to claim
the horse, and unless this is done
shortly, the animal will be sold to
defray  the expenses of Its keep up to
Amateur    gar [em I s,   farmers,   nur-
-���;���;��� men an I  ; arkei gardeners sh
. ��� the first  i.  ; ,:;���;unit)   o' secuiIng
.-;  ��� . n's  See 1  Msi   for 1 107,  which
- rea ly al   thi      ile :   t nts, the
Bra a-Ki      M Ming  I' -.. F ont   St.,
.    Wi   tminster,   B,   C.    Tl  ���  seeds
.... I ��� th    Rnesl
��� . er pii n thi market by tin fan he
Ri a ling  See i   House.   \1   - Sutton
��  S rn ;, v :; i have ! hi   honor of : eing
men '.: King Ed
.    rd VII. *
i       ���    (Iriffin,     n       f the    etired
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The i
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ning at     i:
Ire will       condii      I    i S    lame ���'
Chill
Lee Ki
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I   are
.  ���  ���       ie  business.     Earl;    last
sm     er,  two i ���    -    5.
this  ] ���   '    i a 11     ~
:     th Ir i   bins,   i
i a ...���       etweei      llloi      and l.yt-
n, rol       y Vein    evident!;
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LEE S     Furniture     Emporium
Dupont Block New Westminster        Tel. 73
Our Prices and the Temper-
ature Are Both Away Down
4 cleared Lots in Sapperton for $500
3 Lots in Sapperton	
3 Lots on Princess St	
Burnaby, 10 Lots	
"       partly cleared .
2 3-4 acres on car line .
22 Lots, two cleared, new House.
Call   and   inspect our  complete  list
at  attractive  prices.
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850
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550
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"The Farm Land Specialists,"
New  Westminster
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The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that the
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
,RFEXTION
f^ ,��*X dT^ i^v
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Is tbe purest and  the best and is fast becoming t'.:e beverage
t : i Id and j oung.
Tlir. COV/AN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
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THE      iW5 The  Difference.
"Tlii- i- a queer world!" sighed
Mr. Splurgit. "While 1 was wondering where I was going to gel the
money to pay the rent this month 1
happened in the kitchen and heard
the washerwoman say she'd just
paid down $1,000 on a new house."
���Detroit free Press.
Personal.
Soubrette���1 hear that Howland ,
Bannt, the heavy tragedian, got into
a fight with a shoe clerk.
Comedian���Yes; he asked to see
n pair of shoes, and the clerk asked
him if he wanted walking shoes.���
l>etroit Tribune.
Tit   For  Tat.
Mr. Stubb���Maria, you shouldn't
have heen so harsh when you discharged the cook. You should have
broken the news gently.
.Mrs. Stall!..��� Hal..John, she didn't
break the dishes gently.���Chicago
News.
His Chance.
Mrs. Henpeek���When I'm gone.
Henry, you won't get another wife
like me.
Mr. Henpeek���Yes, and you ran
bet your life I won't want another
one like vou either.���Pueblo Chieftain,
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of British Columbia.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands.
Departmenl of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tenders for Timber Berth No. 507," will be received at
this Departmenl until noon on Wednesday, the 13th day of February,
1907, for a license to cut timber on
Berth No. ."u7, situate in the Province
of British Columbia, in Townships 5
and 6, Range it, West of the 7th Meridian, described as follows: Commencing al a point on Hold Creek,
where the same is intersected by the
Eastern boundary of the Cocruitlam
Water Reserve, being the North and
South centre line of said Township 7,,
Range 6, West of the 7th Meridian:
thi ace North-Easterly along said Gold
Creek 2.7."> miles, more or less, in direct distance to the North-East corner
oc Timber Berth :i*: thence due North
4% miles; thence South-Westerly, parallel tu ihe general hearing of said
Creek wilhin the berth, 2.75 miles.
moie or less, to said East boundary of
Water reserve above-mentioned;
thence due South along said East
boundary of Reserve named above 4%
miles, more ur less, to the point of
commencement, containing an area of
7,200 acres, more or less.
The berth must be surveyed within
one year alter the notice of the acceptance ol' tender.
The regulations under which a He-
i nse will be Issued, also printed forms
of tender and envelope, may be obtained al this Department or al the office of the Crown Timber Agenl at
New Westminster, B. ('.
Each tender must be accompanied
bj an accepted cheque on a chartered
hank in favor of the Deputy of the
.Minister of the Interior, for the
amount ot' the bonus which the appli-
< ant is prepi n I fo pay for a license.
No ten.ler i,. ti legraph will he en-
i tained.
PERLEY C. KEYES,
Secretary.
Departmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, January 4th, 1907.
HAVE YOU BOUGHT
any Real Estate yet, or are you like many more, keeping your money
tied up in the banks at 3 per cent, allowing some other man to borrow money from them at 7 per cent and make 100 per cent out ot the
money borrowed? This is done every day in the year. If you have
not tried it yet, do so now.   Don't hesitate longer.
Delay   May   Mean
simply the difference between living from hand to mouth and independence. READ   OUR   LIST.
PROFESS
ONAt
WHITESIDE *   EDMovrT^ -
ters and solicit,    \,N =
Columbia   street                .'/ T
W. J. Whiteside, i!       ,';,/' I
M
R. J. P. KAMPTO?
tor of tbe
BUpri ������.
Canadian   Hank   of   i
ing,   Columbia   sire. ���
office,
loan.
New  WflBtml
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ARTIN, WEAR!
M ����-����.   WISAK'J   &  Mcq
barristers, solii    ira ,.,
flees:   New Westn
corner   Clarkson
rs,
er, Trail.
ai '  Urne ,
Vancouver, rooms 21 to ���-) ',,.
ville slreet.   Joseph Martin v
��, \,(J' ,Mc(^rrte,
Mr.  Manm   trig u
Westminster offices
lernoon
\V.   Weait.
Bourne.
::   frl
13-roomed House, with
bath room, pantry, scullery, root house and wood
shed attached ; electric
light; hot and cold water.
181 ft. front, 280 ft. deep
(more or less). All kinds of
fruit, 5 walnut trees, all
bearing small fruit. Price
for the whole $5,500;
terms half cash, bal. 7 per
cent. Price of house and
land going with it, $4,000.
Telephonic communication
with house.
2 lots can be bought separately; 50 ft. front, 280
ft. deep, $750 each; good
bearing fruit trees; lane on
back from 3rd Ave. to 4th
Ave.
Orphanage
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House on Brantford St.,
rents $15 per month. Will
sell for $1,500. Terms
$750 cash, bal. easy.
2   lots
coi tier
5th Btreet  and  5th
TO INVESTORS.
86 acres, half mile waterfront, G.N.
R. running through. $9,460, terms
easy.     Investigate.
Two storey house between Fourth
and Fifth avenue, seven rooms. Rents
for $15.     $1,700.
Six lots. 50x150, outside city limits
$60 each lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
160 acres, Westminster district, -in
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard, ���"���., acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house 18 x 22; frame harn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and co.v
stables, three in all, stable S cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house lfi x 21; hen
house made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a lifetime. $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent.
Another of Our Snaps.
320 acres near Cloverdale; oi.e mile
from, school. 4u acres cropped ibis
.Mar. 30 acres slashed, easily cleared.
Besl prairie land. Frame house, t'.
rooms, plastered; large harn, chicken
hi use. woodshed, etc., etc. Only
$6,400. terms easy.
Snap in Lots.
Three lots, less HI feet, corner of
Sixth street and Fifth avenue. Jus:
$1,000, terms easy.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of
the city, from $25.00 to $3,000
SO acres, one mile from Abhotsford,
10 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit
trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
in three equal payments at reasonable
interest.
150 acres improved land, buildings
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale:
all under cultivation, $15,000. If yon
can handle this, don't delay; it's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
Furnished house to rent;
10 rooms; close in; $25 per
month.
Or, will sell the house
and 22 ft. on Columbia St.
for $2,600; $1,000 cash,
bal. in two years.
This is in Victoria, are you moving?
���1 room collage, water lavatory, back
kitchen; barn 20x25; size of lot. lux
l lu; fenced and cli ared; only $1,200.
Easy terms. Enquire at once for fuller particulars,
Full size.i lot, No. 12 Third avenue
and 13th .-treet, north side.   $300 easy
terms.
17 lots, full sized on Otli street, in
Burnaby, East side 100 yards from
Cliff   Can   factory.     Price   $1,020.
House on Royal and Eighth street,
two storeys, seven rooms, full sized
Io', $2,000.
20 acre blocks, fruit lands, near
Junction, $20 per acre
480 acres, Maple Ridge, Sections 2S, j
2!' and 32, Township ih one-half prairie, rest brush and some small trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Section 29, $60 per acre; Section 2S, $55
per acre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegraph station, I'itt River Bridge.
Terms, half cash, balance cae and two
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
avenue; size of lot 100x100. Corner
lot. Can be bought at once for $450.
inside lot $IOu.    Good snap.
it'.s acres. Coqultlam, l" acres ��� ��� ai
ed, near  Hlack's  ranch, $2,000.
House and lot, 33 x l"11. 1% storey,
situated near Queen's avenue, $1,150.
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
Cine hundred and sixty acres N. W,
'.4   See.     15.  Township   ll.  two  miles
from   Fort   Langley,   ," 3 1 lashed,
Xo.   1 laiul.     I'i i>e. $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time, 7 pi    cenl
interest.
1 1-2 acres, between 5th
and (ith avenue and 10th
and 14th Sts.    $500 cash.
One hundred and sixty acres, N.W.
'i Sec. 25, Township ]>'���, 2% mill
from Abhotsford, creek pinning
through, 5u acres alder bottom, said
to be $600 worth of Umber on the
property. Price $10 per acre, ^ cash,
balance on time
HOWAY,   RKID  A-   BOWES '-
ters,   solicitors,   etc.,  4
street,   opposite    C n
Westminster.    A.  v. In
241.
GEORGE B. MARTIN, i:
Solicitor, Gulchi
Ida and McKenzie .
minster, fl. C.
VV. MYERS GRAY. 1:
and Notary P i uli
1 B91 at New V, esti
Bi i - rem"-, ed to I
son     Street,   (.; ,
P.0   Box 169.    Teli
BOARD OF TRADE.���New v.- -
ster Board of Trade n ���
Hoard Room, City Hal
Second Wednesday o( e
Quarterly meetings on ���
Wednesday    of     Febru
August and November, at ���
Annual meetings   on
Wednesday     of      F<
members   may   be   ;
elected at any monthlj
meetiig.    A. K. Wtb'e, gee.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
Synopsis   of   Canadian    Home
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may he homesteaded by any person who is the sole bead of a family,
oi any male over IS years of age, to
the exti nt .if .ne- quarter section of
160   icn s, more or less.
Entry must be m ide personally at
the local land olh.e for lhe district in
which tin- land Is situate.
The homesteader is required to per-
I rm Hn.- conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(1) At least six months' residence
up.ai and cultivation of the land in
each year for three years.
(2) If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(.3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by li im in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of Do-
minion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister of the  Interior.
N. B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
fcr.
A NEW WS SPECIAL IN
SAPPERTON
A choice property has
just been placed in our
hands for rapid sale. Read
carefully, and invest; it's
a monev maker.
50 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view".
Corner lots $125. inside
lots $100. Only 1-1 cash,
bal. <i, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
100 acres good farm land in Del:a,
about :',K miles from river, near Scott
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
160 acres. N.I-;. U section 19, township 10. Langley; small house, SO
acres cleared, timber valued $750.
Price $1,500, one-third cash, balance
at 7 per cent.
House and 1% lots, ." rooms, price
$1,375. half cash, balance to he arrang
ed at Ci per cent.; Alice street.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
Does It Pay?
160 acres, 10 ac. cleared,
without a stump in them;
nearly all planted with
fruit trees, apples, pears,
plums, cherries. Small
house; barn and stable30x
56; good well; half-mile
from school. Only $ 1 O
per ac. and terms easy at
that.
Business Opportunity
Bakery and Confectionery business for sale. A
splendid opportunity for
good man. Shop, house
and stable rents for $25.
Lease, $700 cash for
business.
Ten acres In Lol 163, one mile easl
of Westminster Junction, Al . ill, easily cleared.   $30 per acre
Two storied  house, 7  rooms, bath,
sewer   connections,   all    modern   Improvements, splendid   lo   illty,  $2,800.
' Terms arrange I.
LOTS    LOTS    LOTS
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.
67 acres. Hornby Hand,. Nlckomekl, """*"��� "':!,":' "f Fifh avenue :'n,i
bouse cost $2,500 when built. 20 acres Slxth 8treet' onc   ''"'  tw0  M":""^-  s
cleared     Price only $3,000. half cash, | r""""1' $2'500' ba" cash'
balance easy. Boarding house, 20 rooms, on Siva
so   acres Of  land   near Sutherland's stl"eet,   one   block   from    post    office,
mill, in Surrey;  good house, 6 acre, n'n,s ���'' *-;" per month, or tor sale al
.cleared;   only $1,000, easy terms, $'.500.
House   and  lot,   60   x   133,   hack   of      House,  elghl   loom-, on SI   Gi
I brewery,  facing Columbia  St.    Rentsi street,   corner   Fourth    $2,500;   easy
for $24.00  per month.     Price $1,200, terms.
I half    cash,  balance In   six   months.      ,, ,	
, .  , House,    full    sized    lot.   on    k- an
lou cannot possihly get a limber per- L.,      ,    ���
street,  Sapperton;   rent       r   *l"  per
Rentage  for your money than  It   per ,      ,,     ,, ,    .,_.���
' month,    (in..  $1.0d0.
cent.
UNION LODGE, NO. 9. A. F, il
���The    regular    meel
Is held on the First v. ���
each month, at  S o'i ...    ���  i
tbe   Masonic   Temple,    c.
brethren are cordlallj  .:..
tend.       Dr.   W.   A.   DoWoll .-.
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LODGE. r.'C
F. & A. M.���Regular di
tions of this lodge are I
second   Tuesday   m   e -
Masonic Temple, at   I
lng brethren  are   iordi
to attend.    D. \\\ Ollchi
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPT0--v.
It.     B.    K.    of    1 .    met
Frldaj     of    each     monil
p.   rn.,   in   Orange   ball,  t
Royal avenue and  7:h stn
journlng  Sir  Knights   cord
vlted to attend.    W.  K. Dui
P    J. Hood, Reg.
Hoiii e and lot on Sth ti eet. Lol 6Cx
i 20, 6 rooms, wi nl shed chicken house,
$1,050.   Tern     i   -..
160 acres, Langley, 23 under cultivation: house, barn, sheds, etc. all in
good   repair;   a   snap   al   $3,000,  half
cash.
Three full-size;] hits, cleared and
fenced, close to car; cornei- of Fourth
avenue and Third street; a good speculation; five minutes from posl office;
$1,300; easy terms,
Seven-roomed hou e, Seventh slreet.
near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
sized lot, $1,600.
60 acres Rood frull land In Surrey;
can he bought now for .?:.'."> per acre,
only one-quarter cash needed, balance
in one or two years al 7 per cent,
Lol No. 10, full size, on Agnes
street, all rleared and fence.i, ready
for building; a real good speculation
foi  $600.    Half lot  \'o. 7. $250.
160 acres on the Scotl road, 15 acres
cleared;   i am  50 x 30;  stables, ��� tc;
splendid Boll; only $30 per acre, $ I ,i
i as h, balance easy.
Bi' wi en   Flfl li  and  Slxl b  a\ i ;.
ne u   Seventh  street, elghl  room
modern, stable and chicken house, full
Izi i   lot,   two   store; s.  $1, I  cash,
$2,500.
160 acres in Surrey, 5 acres ep are I,
fenced on road side, $1,800, half cash,
balance t n  time al   6  per cent , sti ,-
j'ect   tO sale of ' i 111ii'T.
10 acres near Mud Pay, $7 per acre;
see us for fuller particulars.
8-roomed house, all modern improve.
ments, line location, corner of Fourth
streel and Agnes, $5,000, one half
ea.-h. A comfortable home and good
family residence,
Eight-roomed house , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon street an I
Sixth .-'reef, two storeys, $3,750.
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME!
Exclusive Sale
5 acres on Gth St., just
off city limits. $1,100,
easy terms. Fine property for subdivision or
market gardening, chicken
ranch or small fruit farm.
FINE BUNGALOW FOR SALE
_ In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots L32
x L32, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,500. Terms $600
cash, Bal. on mortgage.
Just Look!
b80 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-room house,
chicken house; one ac.
cleared; good well, purest
water. $1,000. Chance
of a lifetime.
IG0 acres in Surrey, near Brofl n &
Coulthard's ranch, $7 per acre; goo I
terms; trull lands; see us lor par-
tlculai.-.
House, 10 : 10m , i !�� lots, near
Fourih avenue and Si yeni h street,
$2,000.   Terms i an be arrange I
133 .-..'i' . one mile from Hunting
don, B.C., 70 acres In gra -. 15 acres
drained and fenced; hou e and barn
12, I) i; ;ood road ilong one side;
price $50 j er ai re, half i n h, balance
lo . ill purchaser al 0 pi r cenl Reason for selling, the owner' wife Is In
bn I   health,  and   has   Iii  go  to  a   cold
climate.
House and lol on Agnes street, two Double tenement house, ;, rooms in
storeys, seven rooms; a real map at each house, water, light, lull si/.e lot,
$2,500. j between    First   and   Second    streei,
Fourth avenue, nn  north :,ide.    price
Large  lol   and  I wo col tages on Co
lumbla slreet, Sapperton.   Both rente!
$1,500, hair cash, balance In one year
al   li   per   cent.
160 acres, all fenced, ready tor cul
Uvatlon, good  water, half  mile  from
school, al   Chiiliwack,  $75  per  acre.
Part of lol 369, joins Lake Commur
aboul To acres, only $25 per acre
Hall' cash.    Jump,
lal $IU each.
Five cottages and two lots on Flrsl
sireet, opposite Queen's park. Price
$7,000.
One and a half lots, Sapperton, just 64 acres in Pltl Meadows, only
off Columbia Btreel and Brunette, onlv $35 per acn.. one third cash, balance
$1,200.    Terms to be arranged, al 6 per cent
Full sized lot on Regina street, 6Gx     8 and 10 acre blocks ln Surrey three
, '32, Lol 1". Sub, I Lot"8. Price $150. | miles trom the river, $10 per acre
McQuarrie & C�����,Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers" Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE,   NO
���Meets  In   Orange   hall   fl -���
third Friday In eai li mouth
m.    Visiting brethren are ���-
in\ Ited to attend.    VV. Poi ���  ''.
.1.lines Humphrey, Rec Si
I. O. O. F.���AMITY  LODGE, No.."
The regular meetings of tl
are held in Oddfellows' hall,
bla street, every  Monday  i ���
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting bn tl
dially Invite.i to attend,   \   I' ��� ���
day, N.Q.; W. C. Coathan
A. O. U. W.���FRASER  LOCGE Nl
��� Mediums the first and : bit
day    In     each     month.       \
brethren cordially invite.! '     *
Lodge room, A, 0. !'. W. '
fellows'  block, Clarkson  street
S. Corrlgan, recorder;   I.-
master workman.
FOSE   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE v-
115,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND. B. i'
Red Rose Degree i	
Fourth   We.In. -.|,i\   of I
In  K. of  P.  II ill, Colunil
8  p. in.. White  Rose Pi
Wednesday    in   eacl   i
time  and   place.     visit
cordially    invited.      i;.  i
cornbi, Pres., it. DI i
COURT BRUNETTE,  Nn.
- Meets the Fourth  Frl
month  at   8  o'clock,  li
hall,   Oddfellows'    block      v-������'
brethren are cordially hn '
tend.   .1.  li. Rushton, C. It-
Maxwell. H. S.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No.S-
A. O. F.���The regular n ������
this Lodge are held on the "" .
and Fourth Tuesdays ol    ���'������''.:
at  8 p. in. in ihe Oddfellov
Visit Im:  Brethren  are i onliah
vlted to attend.   K. C, l Irth, U"
K. P. Maxwell, Sec.
THE ROYAl TEMPLARS OF ^
PERANCE meel '-very vVeiine^
at 8 o'clock p, in., in Odd
Hull, Columbia .sir'"'1 .
Brethren are cordially i"vl'"'r.,..
tend, Ceo. Burr, S. 0.1 N. Il- ' '
Sec.
80N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the I
Third  Tuesday ot oven  n '.
.loll tt
K.    of    P.   Hall.
Chief- j. .1. Forrester
flee.
Sec THUR8AY, JAN. 24,  1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
Rapid, Easy Grinders
THE FAMOUS
Three sizes,���8,10 and
12-inch plates. Alsc
bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutters.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
j    Trading Company
���        VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
I Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
\ Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
The Royal Bank of Canada
Insures absolute set irlty to depositor-.. START NOW to save your money
and you will never regret it. People do harder things every day and have
nothing to shew for it
ONE DOLLAR opens an account. Put lt in your pocket, It would probably be nothing, but ONE DOLLAR deposited every week with us will in
ten years amount to 1604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
j Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,
i ������������-*������
j Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
i Telephone 12. New Westminster
NEW   WESTMINSItK   bKAMCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E. WALKER, General Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A GENERAL   BANKING  BUSINESS  TRANSA 1TED.
FARMERS'  BANKING.
Every  facility  afforded   Farmers  for   t'eir  banK.ng   business.     Sales   Notes
cashed   or taken   for collection.
BANKIN'i;   BY   MAIL���Deposits   may be male or withdrawn oby mail.
Out-of-town accounts  receive every attention.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R  DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
| Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y.
} Manufacturers of
j Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
�� , . .
| The Carruthers  Manufacturing Co. ���
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED Uli.
Incorporated   by   act   oi   parliament
CAPITAL (ALL paid up)    $14,000,000 j
RESERVE FEND   $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona an 1   Mount   Royal,    G.    C.    M.
G  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Driimniond    President
E. S. Clouston Vice President   and   Genera!  Manager.
General hanking Imsiness transacted.
Branches In all the principal cities in Canada, iu London, Eng., New
York, Chicago, and St. John's Nfld., and correspondents in all parts of ihe
world.
SAVINGS   BANK    DEPARTMENT
NEW   WESTMINSTER   BRANCH Ci.  D.  GKYMNER, AiJjcnt.
-Ml
I $20,090 Mm \ \
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LAND REGISTRY ACT ;
Re Easterly   33   feet   of lx>t   o  and
Westerlj   ll   feel   of  Lot  4. Block 5,
New Westminster City,
A   Certificate  of  Indefeasible   Title
the  a'.eve  property will lie issued
��� .  William Campbell,  Matilda Camp-
! ell   and   Elizal eth  Campl ell on  the
.;.   of February,   1907, unless In
the meantime a valid objection ihere-.
to be ma le to me in writing by a per-
���; . .   pi rsons claiming an estate or
nte        ' herein, or in anv part ihere-
C. S. KEITH,
Districl   Regis!. ar of Tit
:. nd  Registry   t ifflce,
New Westminster, li. C,  De ember
'.
person rs .a-   having   in
cast ..     ..;���   p isses don   the  t ���'
��� i- .. : ting to ��� ... said
are re       ted to deliver the
ne to thi
i '  '     . .-    17.    ISS9,    All    .
I   McGilllvr    .   . onve; -
inr!   if Lots 3 an i  1.
. ISSj, Pe       '.' . -
''������'. Convi      ;.....   j art
ish Columbia, this 28th day of December, A.D. 1906.
C. S. KEITH.
Di.-trict Registrar.
T i Flora V. Hammill.
All persons served with this notice.
and those claiming through or under
them, and all persons claiming any
interest in the said land by virtue oi
any unregistered Instrument, and all
persons claiming any interest in Unsaid land by descent, whose title is
not registered under the provisions
��� ' the "Land Registry Act." shall be
.er estopped and debarred from
petting up any claim to or in respi d
o? the sail land so sold for taxes as
ided for by the "Land Registry
Act."
AN OCEAN  IN THE AIR.
1 lir-    ([ui-er    Saperptttion     lliut    Onrf
I'revull.-rt    III    Kliiclultd.
The curious superstition that mere it
an   ocean   above   Hie   clouds   is   illud-
trated by tiie following strange story
by an old English writer: "One Sundaj
the people of a certain village were
coming out of church on a thick,
cloud} day when they saw the anchor
of a ship booked to .me of the tomb-
Btones, the cable, which was tightly
stretched, hanging down from the a!r.
The people were astonished, and while
they were consulting about lt suddenly
they saw the rope move as though
some oue labored to pull up the anchor. The anchor, however, still held
fast by the stone, and a great noise
was heard In the air like the shouting
of sailors. Presently a sailor was seen
sliding down the cable for the purpose
of unfixing the anchor. When be bad
Just loosened it the villagers seized
bald of him, and while In their hands
he quickly died, just as though he had
been drowned.
"About an hour later the sailors
above, hearing no more of Uleir comrade, cut tbe cable and suiiej away. In
memorj of this extraordinary event
the people of the village made the
hinges of the church doors out of the
iron of the anchor." it u further stat
ed thin these hinges "are <iil| to be
seen there," a bit of evidence much
like Munchausen's rope wherewith he
..: ce climbed io the ni ion. If you
doubted the story you were confronted
with the rope.
There is another queer tale about
this aerial ocean. "A merchant of Bristol," it is said, "set sail with his cargo
for Ireland Some time after, while his
family were at supper, u knife sudden
ly fell in through a window on the table. When tiie merchant returned and
saw the knife he declared it to be his
own and said lhat on such a day, at
such an hour, while sailing in an un
known part of the sea. he dropped the
knife overboard, nnd the day and the
hour were found to be exactly the time
when it fell through the window." All
of which was once Implicitly believed
by many and regarded as Incontrovertible proof of the existen if a  sea
above the sky. One is at a h>ss to conjecture how ihat "unknown part of the
sea" connected with the rest of it. A
physical geography showing this would
be no small curiosity.
POINTED PARAGRAPHS.
The doctor can't always cure you;
sometimes It's your mean disposition.
The trouble about a good time is
that people seldom agree on what it is.
If a shiftless man in u country town
doesn't keep greyhounds he usually
plays a tiddle.
So many men fool away so much
valuable time doing tilings in which
there is neither point nor profit.
It is not recorded that any financial
genius ever got his start by purchasing diamonds on the Installment plan.
When a man is telling of a quarrel
be has had and says. "1 said to tin'
other fellow." he nearly always makes
what he says a good deal worse than
it was.
Alter a girl has married ami left
home she shs up and takes notice every time her parents buy an expensive
dress for the daughter still at borne.���
Atchison Globe.
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Tenders for a  License to Cut Timber
on   Dominion   Lands  in   the   Province of British Columbia.
SEALED   TENDERS,   addressed   - .
the Commissioner of Dominion Land .
Departmenl of the Interior, and nn
ed on the envelope "Tender for Ti:.
her Berth No. 508," will  he reoeivi
at this Departmenl until noon on We
nesday, the 2uth   day   of   February,
1907, for a  license    lo   cut  timber on
Berth   No.  508,  comprising   Sections
15  and  22)    Township 13,    Range 'l::.
West of the Gth Meridian, containing
an area of two square miles, more
less.
The berth must be surveyed  with
cm-   year   after the notice of the acceptance of tender.
The regulations under  which   a
cense   will    be   issued, also   printed
'onus of tender and envelope, maj I ������
obtained at ihis Depart men: or al the
e of   the Crown Tim! er Agent  at
New  Westminster, l;  C.
Each  tender  must   be accompanied
in accepted cheque on a chartered
bank in favor of   the Deputy   of  the
Minister of    the Interior, for the amount of the bonus which the applicant
i    prepared to pay tor a license,
No tendei   by telegraph will be entertained.
l'ERI.EV G.  REYES.
Secretary.
Departmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, January 8th,  l!n>7.
���'.   L   LLAN   ,.
WAGE
Evi: le or pii ce of 1 i   ���   I al
I cost without reservi      Fii        me, 1
���   mil you want 1
of a 1    I
W- E. PALES
9
W 71 d and 7. - ' . St.     I'our Fl
Rear Exti ..'..*
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i. (  r-urban   Line.
Ca or  Vanci    .      and    *\ ij
will   run  over j   hail
��� hour from 5:5 - a. m. ti   11 j
m. exci . I ! :3U
a.   1.1.      ' : llf   1 ���       I   W
I run   fn m   Cei Park    to
Vain  m\ or   ui
City   Li in, ts  L'.
li.Ei a.m. to 1 I    ��� in.
20 " inute Ser\ tec���.so t ran ���'��� i.
I'.    ��� ��������� n I! . :  ! " and b and 7.
o
'i0  Minute   Service    lurl  b   re   ��
..;��� : .a i|..\.    i ransrei al  fr
l.   ipold lJia< e t
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   he- *
and  11 p.m. ���
ippei ton Line. *
15  Minute Sep e  fi             i a. I
lo ll  j     ...                 en ���
i -  and  :'   an I 5 an !  7. during ��
will 1"' *
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"' ���
Sunday Service   ball hourly  , <    ���
30 a.m. and 11 p.m.        *
British Columbia EBectrEc Ry. Co.,!. ' .
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAl
Simple,
Deed Phe Co
the Ci
m W. I ��� the date
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DATED at :"
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SPROTT - SHAW i
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
.. :       ngs St. w , Vancouver.
ei   lng, Gi     ; and Pitman
: Telegraph;   an 1 En-
Seven Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
. ruDENTs Ai way.- in Demand.
R.!. SPROTT, B. I, Priniipa!
The Department store.
The organization of n great department store is aim.ist military in its
discipline and is one of the best examples of whai organization can accomplish. The proprietor ��< commander in
chief, and under him are a number of
assistants who are what might be considered district supervisors. Below
them are the heads of departments,
who are responsible to their district
chief or t i s ime other !;e;ul. The floorwalker, the mau who is so much in
evidence because i: ��� spends his time
lu the ai-les. Is, in fact, a superintendent or f ireinan in charge of n department or -������! les of departments. Each
com r i- under the i eueral supervision .'!' what is known as a bead
sab sman, but this head salesman is
subject ; ��� the dlrei tion E the Boor
wall ��� ��� "St tiding In Llf -." by N. C.
I'.iw ler, .ir.
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of  British  Columbia.
SEALED    TENDERS addressed  to
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth   No.  509," will   he received
at this Departmeni until noon on Wednesday,  the  20th day    of   February,
1907, for a license to cut   timber   on
Berth No. 509, comprising the North-
1 West quarter of Section 9, Township
! 5, Range 27, West of the 6th Merldl-
. an, containing an area of 180 acres,
inure or less.
The berth must he surveyed within
one year after the notice of the acceptance of tender.
The regulations under which a license will he issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may '.. ���
1 obtained al this Department or at the
office of the Crown Timber Agent at
Xew Westminster, B. C.
Each  tender must   he  accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartere
hank in favour of the Deputy of
Minister of the Inteiior,  for the amount of the bonus which the applicant
is prepared to pay for a license.
Nn tender by telegraph will be entertained.
I'ERLLV G.  KEV..S.
Secret ai->.
- ment of the Interior,
Ottawa, January Sth, 1907.
-lot Water
Mjiue
all prlv
feasant u-:;l King.
Uenrj   IV.,  tho  Id :  of  the French
l plc, was ills i a 1; f phrase
rs.   During i
���rived  ai   a  small  vill  ���:
and ord 11   t tl lligent
ter 1 I  to converse  .-
.    ...     ��� I     Win n  the rustic aped tl ���     ng ordi red lilm I    '  ke n
t.i   him   ai   :' ���   -
ur n ime' '  isked the i   i
S .-������   I nni called Gal!   -'. ' re
.nt.   "Whal :
nee,"     Id the kli g, "between gall-
'   . . jolly fell iv . "aud pnil-
I , ��� i"  ii.  e.,  a   rake)?     '-Sire."   was  the
. "tli -re is but a table between
- >."
Life  S!arU��   \rr  Indelible,
We are not writing lu lhe sand. The
tide d >'-s not wash it out. We are u il
painting out'  pictures   ou   the  c invns
;::: 1 With a   brush so thai   we call erilSO
��� error of yesterday or ." erl
wl b another color today, We are wrlt-
uur lives with a chisel on the marble, anil e\ i ry time we strlk ��� a blow
wo leave a mark that is indelible.���
Lyman Abbott, D. D,
DRUG   S
Ly Graduate Optician
Good   lle.'ieii.
"Whj did Mr -   Fickler su ��� her hus-
' :���������" for d . - ���' ..-."
"l ��� ti] -i . .��� he w is the only nam she
could sue If sh . r. ill ��� wish id to get
!   Iwtttikco Journal.
So   I":  i
Rtell i���Doe plain of 1 dng
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application ':-;
been made to register Edgar L. Webber as the owner In Fee Simple, under
a Tax S ile Dee I fi n i the Reeve and
Clerk of Surrey, to Edgar L. Web
ariii ���   late Sth day of Jan .
A.D. '..- I,  d all and singular
tain ....
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District   of  New   Wi      dn   er, ii   I
Provl i
Icularly   kn iwi     nd    escrlln
Lots t an 12 ��� .
South East    qti S
Township 1.
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DATE1 ���       ad Regl Office,
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.   V.D.   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
let R
leffries, Esq
red. with this r
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tmei
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I
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ag up any i
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tub hail i nxtvio
'""MY.    jAN
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Special Blend at Special Price
Clearing  out  for   stocktaking
Only
per lb.
GEO.  ADAMS
Public Supply Stores     proP
'Phone   105.
���Phone   t05.
THE   CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREEI FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
NUH��~intend*d for <h" column shouM beid-
ilrt^cd -Social Editor, lluily Newa, P.O.
Box MC *�� Weinman I
T. .1. Armstrong was a passenger to
Mission yesterday afternoon, and last
night he installed the officers ot Pacific Lodge A. P. and A. M., of that
place.
c. Nixon, of Lamonte, Man., arrived in the city yesterday on a visit
to friends.
Mis Nixon, of St, Thomas, Ont,
was among yesterday's arrivals in
ihe city. She will spend a couple of
months with her daughter here.
\v. il. MoGowan, superintendent of
the C. P. H. steamship department,
was in the city yesterday on official
business.
Fred Jackson, of the linn of Jackson k Morrison, of Vancouver, who
has heen laid up with grippe for some
time ai hia home on Thinl avenue, is
able to be up and aboul again.
Rev. P. Goard and John  K.  Haney,
j barrister of Winnipeg, who have been
"enjoying"   a   holiday  on   the   coast,
were in the city yesterday, spying oul
ihe land.
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
Positively the best corner on Columbia
Street. It contains three large stores,
well lighted, and numerous offices on the
second floor, giving a splendid income.
The building has a frontage on Columbia
Street of 66 feet, and the lot runs back
to Clarkson Street.
PRICE  $38,000.     Reasonable terms.
THE DOMINION TRUST CO.Ltd.
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
EXCLUSIVE   AGENTS
Columbia Street, next Bank of Commerce
DON'T LOOK
at this "advt." UNLESS you want to buy the
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN.
Two lots, lovely garden, magnificent situation.
Price $2,QSO
Terms 1-3 cash, balance any eld time.
This will be worth $3,000 in April.
Wedding  Bells.
A very pretty wedding took place
yesterdaj evening when Miss Eva
Lennie, and Dr. E, ll. McEwen, were
united In the bonds of matrimony.
The ceremony took place at the
bride's home, on "ih street, the bride's
lather, lie-.-. U. Lennie, D.D., assisted
by the Rev. J. ll. McEwen, father of
the groom, officiating, The ceremony
was performed In the dining room
which was most tastefully decorated
for ihe occasion.
The bride was charmingly attired
in crepe de chene. with silk lace applique trimmings, and bridal veil, surmounted by the regulation orange
blossoms, She carried a bouquet of
white carnations and maiden-hair
fern, The bride was assisted by Miss
I. Woods and Miss J. M. McKwen.
while I-:. D. Lennie supported the
groom. The bridesmaids were dressed in cream nun's veiling, and carried
shower   bouquets  of  pink   carnations.
The gifts from the groom to the
bride consisted of a beautiful gold
watch and gold flenr de lis pin, while
the bridesmaids were each presented
with a gold broach, set with opals.
Among the guests present were Mr.
and Mrs. II. II. Lennie, Mr, and Mrs.
.1. .1. Brunette, Mrs. A. J. Hill. Misses
Vass, Mahoney, T. McNeely, Averill,
Woods, Vanton, Anderson and Chapman, Mr. and .Mrs. I.. II. Lusby, E. D.
Lennie. T. Lennie, Bruce McEwen,
T McEwen, Mrs. Rutherford, Mr. and
Mrs. Ilarcus, Sinclair llarcus, and
Mr. ami Mrs. ,|. \Y. Chapman, Ur. and
Mrs. Boggs, Dr. nad Mrs. Kendall, .Mr.
and Mrs. Peck, Rev. Mr. and Mrs.
McEwen,  Vancouver.
SOOT
DESTROYER
SS
Soot Destroyer
THE
CHEMICAL
Chimney Cleaner
This Destroyer so acts
upon the Soot, that it
is detatched from the
Chimney ami is dispersed
Try a package anil
stop your stove fronl
smoking.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
COLUSTEig
Annual  Stocktaking
CLEARANCE SALE
lasts till the end of January
Rigorous  reductions   have made om- Bale a wond<
No half measures with us. we have cul ihe prici
deep and the result has been a quick clearance ol
lines   from   our   bargain   tables.
New Lines have been added, however, and prices
reduced. Watch every advertisement; something new .
watching  in even   change.
Ladies' and Children's
Coats still selling
at $1.50 each
I
Every Coat in this I il n si I e sold.
Dozens of our customers have aval!
e | themselves of thi op ' unll > <>'���
buying coats at thi.- price. They are
inn t his season's. S ime ol - hose �� bo
purchased ma le slight altei ations, en
Hrely changing I bi :���; pearance It is
well worth while. Lei us show you
whal ( an he done. In I he lol are
ladies' coats worth up to $20.00, an 1
children's coat.- worth up to $6.50 All
one price now. each    $1.50
V   rs2^--.
PERFUMES
GALORE!
All the Leading Lines, put
up in suitable packages at
Lowest Prices
ALSO
BRUSH and COMB CASES
TRAVELING SETS
TOILET SETS, Etc., etc.
A good supply at
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block, -        New Westminster
Underskirts Under-priced
\o old  underskirts in our slock, simply this, tha' otn
ioo  heavj  and  down  goes the price to clear them out.
$1.50   Black   Sateen    Underskirts   for. 95c.
:: dozen of these popular double frilled skirts, made ol  :    :
black sateen;  regular price $1.50.    Sale  price,  each r-.
$3.75   Moreen  Underskirts for $2.75.
Made   of   line   quality,   fanc>   moreen,   black   only;   pateni
regular  price $3.75.    Sale Price,  each \, ~-
$3.50  Moreen   Underskirts for $2.25.   .
Two dozen  in this  lot.  black and colors;   regular values ���'
$3.50.    Sale Price, each           ;  ;���
2 Specials in  Dress  Skirts
FIRST    LOT���$2.50    EACH.
The  original  lol  al   this   price  has   been ovei   half  sold       Then
still   a   good  selection,   however,   colors  Grey,   \'av\   and   It
regular   values   $4.00   to   $7.50      Sale   Price,  each V:-'.
SECOND    LOT���$4.75   EACH.
Representing   values   up   tn $9, >ach,     Mostlj   gr<     and
tweeds;  this season's  styles,     Onlya   small   selectl   i  lefi
ever, so we clear them out at Sale Prices, each        $4.7;
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Real    old-fashioned   sauerkraut   for
sale in  Reichenbach's,, 6c per pound.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
j Ellard Block.   New Westminster. B.C.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
T
HE rush of water which
2  Kid  Glove Snaps
At 50c per pair,   Odd lines of black, white and tan   Kid  Glovi
comprising all that is lefl of our stock in all sizes, a-t regular vi
90c to .*!.    Saie Prici  ; ��� r pair 	
Al $1 per pair.���Black and tan Mocha and undressed Kid Glovi
Such make- al I'e-.vney's and Jammett's; all sizes in the lot. Reg
,ar pril f these 1.50.    Sale price, per pair    . . . $1
W. S. Collister & Co.
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JPygggcL our  office    GlLLEY E>ROS. Ltd
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
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sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended .'to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S I My News
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
FARMERS!
The Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRSCE   POR    HIDES.
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premises on Sunday will
not be in it with the
Rush of jjuyers!
which will invade them when
the   Spring  opens  up   right.
BUY NOW
Queensborough Gardens property
Chiiliwack town acreage
New Westminster business property
Burnaby Lake fruit lands
New   Westminster    residential
property
Get our quotations at once, as we can deliver the best buys, being exclusive agents
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DEALERS  IN
WELLINGTON  LUMP  COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
* COMOX COAL AND COKE.
�� CUMBERLAND FORGE COAL.
J VANCOUVER PORTLAND CE
J      MENT.
+        This   celebrated   Cement   is
* used by nearly all large contractors in the Province.
R05EGANK   LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK   PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY      and      MANTEL
BRICK.
From the Clayburn ' 'lay 0 ���
SEWER   PIPE.    DRAIN     T LE
SAND. CRUSHED   ROCK.
X Telephones: Office 16,    Manager's Residence 22
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THE FARM LAND SPECIALISTS
New Westminster Ch iiiwack Vancouver
The
Hamilton
Watch
Movement
YOU CANNOT PROCURE A MURE ACCURATE TIMEPIECE THAN
THE HAMILTON.
Grade No. 940 21   Jewels,
Grade    No.   I 17
Grade    No. '1 17      "
Grade    No. 3 17
in 26-year Gold  Filled ('
$37.50
32.50
25.50
2:i..ri(i
W.   C.  CHAMBERLIN, The Jewele.
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