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 VOLUME 2, NUMBER !H
NEW WESTMISSTER, J_ O, MONDAY MOKXIXO, APRIL 22, 1907.
Ill CENTS PEH \\ EEE
UMBOLDT   BLOCKADE'miSWi INDIANS
I WINNIPEG WOMEN
ROUGH ON MEN
ent Arrival Graphically Describes Conditions Existing
During Tie-up of C. N. R. Experience Induced E. C
McLaren to Come to New Westminster.
APPOSED DEAD;      HII THE HOP PIPE
HAZELTON       AUTHORITIES       EE-    OPIUM     DENS     DISCOVERED BE-
LIEVE THEY HAVE SUCCUMBED         HIND   RESTAURANTS     I'. Th_
TO      EXPOSURE      OF      SEVERE          PRAIRIE    CAPITAL���MANY cX-
i/VINTER.                                                     I        POSUP.E.  COMING.
DEATH IS PREFERRED TO
STARVATION
Whole Families Refused Relief in China Suicide Rather
Than Endure Pangs of Hunger Government ^Gives
One and a Half Cents per Dayto Sufferers.
'     "''   la":1"'1 """"- ��� .    io    allow  sou m.
in  I       iu .   ..nil Lie en-    ...  ,,, .   .;
,      ���    s '       ������ onl an.l *
'    ��� ������ ���        ���' ' ' . ���.     y
h��H   �����",   baturday   alter- hundred navvies were emp.,    . ,f
,
Sal unlay
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ime 1     ..      lu Maui-
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I all nu
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Hia . . ..'..mi    "a
H Keen   Winnipeg   supe   Inti I   \\ inn
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ll. We were
,'M '..'  Il       111
I    m ,,    not a li   ivy I
hicli   - i  i ��� inpletoly   i led     up
In   . ��� in .  I inipi'i    ion is   .
���   . ��� . ��� ���: a!  fee    ol   i now   down
Humbolt.    Th I   i ���   nol   i ru -.
im ,:'i   which   blocke I  us  was
Bul the snow  was
efore it \      cle ai ��� i il - i ���/
tracks, Imbedding   ihem in .1
ss of ice.   When the C. X. R.
.now plow: mi ��� !i.' . ce ne
.   le,  ii   was  found    thai
'���   .-��� less.    Tun of Hie-in were
togethi r with their   engines.
ihe  trainmen   were injured,
|*1
fat
_fl<
ite
__<
f '"
ti -
11.
lily
''the
v>
ched
ee oi
One of 1 In-ui sei im sh . Iii-  leg be-
broki :.   ill   ' ���'��� ��� ���   places.
fTliere  wei  ���   four  wesl. mind   1 rain 3
jlled  li-   ilu . .idi   .���      I[umbo I
iero were between I
���eliHili^Hsaiil
'J?
��� 11
,-1 d 1
: ' ��� in our .*
eeli'11 mon;
....'..
1 rin       In       ' ��� ���      - '
.-'         Ol        III     e Illl  ' <��� !     -     -
uu' and    sent   a   11
 ^ _^^^^R'1'!n
: ��� ,- wi '  of
Princi    Al erl   and     the   Sw in     :. ���
ranch.    A.  a resull of this I  l<    am,
an 01 li ie 10  mei I   our di
and our 1 rain, �� hTi h was the flrsl om
if the foi ���   m .      ai-i.'-! down t. Dau-
; hin, a distance bf I wo hundre 1 mile
and then senl north to Prim e Al
fi mn where we pro< tied to thi  S   1 n
11 vi 1   bi anch   ~'i Iking  the    main   lino
again B5 miles wesi of the  : :��� icl
Tii.'.- '  I - ar" in 1 by Princi   Albi
71C  miles.    We struck the main line   the rndi
aboul   four  hours   before  the  second
train reaehi 1 the same point.
' The tii -11 . in the traffic Is n ult-
in- In sei ions - tock losses At Hum-
Ijoll 75 car ��� : - tock n ere sidi -t 1 aek-
i"' and 11 Kams ick and Sw 111 R'vi
'.'.������ 1' were 200 more. Many of the
horses  have  been in  the earn' for 2S
two
���Ion
_^^_^B
11
a
���eBBli-iiili
' . . -     1        :
  Upon '_________________
Ihe 1 "   ' .     .-.    :.    ���
afti    a little persistence enl   m<
ed to        om In n hich I In
som 1    women,
inn opium.   The pla<������.'.������   ���
Hazelton
'���      lake the Indians
10. n   to  be  fi iendly  to  Simon  and
Peti r, and it is thought thai they have
1 ���  tered (Here.     According   to
  jrer-'.;it   ail vices  the  noiice are  pn  Wt
1 days, and  many of them  a ���    |j    for a rigorous
dying, a resull  which spells ruin foi   inhabitant
n in.v   settle] -.    Settlers'    effoi ts  are   m, ;, ._���
nl 1. side-tracked.   The   stock losses
______________________________________________
.inion' nd Iron
el to tl       eigl 00 Hea
oinniii ii'!.    ai I
elo.l    ii        idin
:'���,.'..,
\s tlie   '���'.     ���
������:.,'. i      :    ���!.- ni,   i
��� . .'1     .    ���   .- :i  :���' cte I lhat they   r.   I
���        ml now il i-   . Ini isi   ��������� i' : ijj.
.���   ���'   sufferers   from   inflaro- 	
: ��� imal ism,    nd   the;     could .' evidi nei   of being n   1 -    ill r div   ���   -
"-   ���   ped    li vi   ���.'.:    r spend-   erating under the name of  1 restaur-
i, : so     "-.i'i- a wii '���     n  ipen camp.   ant.    In several  other place    it   .-.- i_
!:' the fugitives    are    alive    ii    is   found thai stores, een  the outside ap-
���   il  ll  a, i t be   bi    Mise- they   pearing  to  be only  for the
���   ���   .. ' shelter at the hands of some   tobacco  and  cigars,   were
their    friends.      The    provincial   places of resori  for vay undesira.Te
��� ��� are fairly well in touch with all  characters
arts of the neighborhood, and |    The  investigation  as   fai   1     il  hai
km  vn   I il they were not shel-   proceeded is said to have been quite a
"" 1 in  anv of the reserves around   1 ev< lation as to tli" nun b< r ol c oi   -
There is one' reserve near  ed joints and dives in ihe city.
which are : 	
Shanghai,    Ajril    21,���Investigation 1 are   too  weal,   to Ofte
us of the famine    thatch roofs and timbei s of hou -    a -
A   sold   ...       mill      In .
een   refusi ,
and  ntti . 'M.m ��� 1    iie"       .  ,������
committed    sulci le.    Sei ond .
a . a ���    one
oi ��� in h di   tituti      mil)  .     ivei
aid for In foo I.   Th
govei .'mien'   i-   pa; In .     to
ii 1.  ��� families one and one half cents
. 1 .���   ���.       , . .    ection  ii...
1! ed in    1 illii ���  300,000
i.i  In    enrolled    ���    ii
imittee v ��� 11     n     0 pro
Idi   food fo hem until the hai .<
.dditioi 1I��I    if families will
���'  ,        mi    ' ��� I     ':
_H____."!'' justi(i_____i__
���' III whJeh i_
mls avail- ' ( h?n
'<inds   of   relief  tickets   are   per   da;-.    Tickets are   given   to   the
''   ��� ���'    :::::,:::-'':,.,. .
TEN COUNTERFEITERS j
MAKE POUR-BIT PIECES
  1
THE POLICE CAPTURE SEVERAL
CLEVER CROOKS IN RED DE-R
���MONEY SHIPPED TO CALGARY.
NSPECTOR SWORD
DENIES SUGGESTIONS
IRKENHEAD RIVER HATCHERY
WAS NOT CHOSEN BECAUSE
CF BABCOCK'S RECOMMENDATIONS.
|gen. e ���     .     pish,   of it.,, ste cknien.
(ee Iim      :' tlu-si    b;    1 lie   ruilw ay
an     while   'ii-"   n ilted   for  the
requ: ed 1     ���  than two fishes
l"ii v"s.    Humbolt was eati n
use an 1  .ome.
was little In tin   experience
amusing.    There were only
.-i   tin-  entire four
. 1   sh .   i-i 1  every   nighl   for   enough, and   I  decided   as  soon
wee    - In colonist and tourist   reached   Edmonton   thai   Alberta   was
no means conducive to   nol  the pla ���   foi   me, and  1 cam.     n
rhen   was nothing   to  Briti   1  Co  imbla.    To ns.. an ex-
relieve the mom  on}  of re-    iressi n coi mon enough In this a in-
in the coaches.    The railway'try:   This looks good lo me.''
___ .���. ��������� ������ filiation ��� th'e
s of this   ' serve.    They are
ssisti I by many pai ties <;.' Indians  in thi Ir Si arch   for  the  alles ��� '
rdi   ers, the a lorigines bavins    -   n
enlist. 1   by  the offi r of a  rewa rd  of
tli"  two  men   alive,  0
course,  not defray".I   by    the
railway conii any.
"The   line  is   ni ev   open,   how evei
and a n cm ��� nn  of an expi 1 ienci
thai   which  1,30 1  people    havi
through1   lifi ' ���   the las   thn
te li.   II e this        ng,
"For  tn    '   rt," conclude I   Mr.  VI
Laren, ",;i" expei ii nei  was more 1
'<  '   -load bodies
According   to   re
Red Deer, April 21.���Por the past
few days the local police have been
iwai 1 e hat n party of men in or near
iie- town wer. engaged in the manufacture of counterfeit fifty cenl pieces
and  have been working very hard to
run tl ffenders to earth.
  Last  nighl    a    well organized    raid
' :- ��� ���'  ol   Polic.   Mcintosh  yestei was  carried  out on a  shack  cm    .he
I received ;. complaint from a wesl end     utskirts   of  the   town, and   ten men
resident   to   thi    effei     thai   nei    _ei     ���,.... arrested.    Several other arrests
111.1  pull" ���'       :--   are pending, and will be made today
eneii  by .some unknown parts   .     ew  01  tomorrow.   Owing to there being a
CHICKENS   POISONED.
Ninereen     Valuable     Pullets     Killed
W21.to.-nly���Police  Notified cf
Outrage.
���
nl   mes   .ery  se ������ in the
��� ��� ������'.-;.    irhoo I of Hazelton.
a      ago, the birds   . 1   ing ���   ��� ���'
...... in   i"'   ..' ..;��� ard    11 fter-
1. on.    The   police  are    investigating
0,1 a! the t!^ fhat the last word
was received.
COLLIERY j^H
HAS CLOSED DOWN
SOCIALISM BLAMED
FOR RIOTS IN JAPAN
there being   the case, and hopi   to   and  I      . iii
two or three feet of   snow    on   the   party wilhin thi   nex:   few
The '1   , . 1     rs. to have    een 1     ������   -
-   n   I ir    ..        Uing   of the     '   Is,
1 ;   we .   mer ly   of a layii
and noi   intended foi   show   pai
. ,i ��� he ' irci "������-.:���...���.
een a pun    ������������  . I n
���      havin
gainst the o S   ne
thi ir heads ci   sh   I in wbei
covered, a    I   ��� ��������� ���   tad    een tra
,    Ml.
iTION LOOKS GLOOM-
THAN EVER���ALL INDUS-
S   ..   _L   BE   PARALYZED.
_     '., A  iii  21.    The iast
im .  in close down  in
. ���. a ��� '������
leri es at
iii"    men
".   ���    : W.     1!     Al '
ol   Lhe  Pa-
ivi 11    leave   t o-
. i  1 In- confer-
 toi    and em
. 1      OSI      nf   I'll-
I tin     rlke.
:  . . .        II    llci     1 llil I
���-.I'. oal because
il   ,       nu lie in. more
I   I'i iserl   small  an I
���, ��� Ight, conslgm d
1 in enw ood,  Trail
ul lie road hn
I enger trains.
nl Into ���;    for    anj
ime it will completelj  par-
ilng, smelting and  lum-
of   the   Interior   of
bia, ami cause  a large
lo the people.
REIGN OF TERROR EXISTS AT
ASHIO COPPER MINES���TROOPS
AT SCE\E.
AUTOS   PSR   PARADE.
Rare  Treat Prepared for Children  en
'.'. /  Day   Festival.
Ison, D. J. Stew, P. J.
.onsenied to allow
1 take pai    in t"m
;   .       .        ival le, and th    buu-
..;. -   evil]   .im ���   .    racti. 1 ' ���
for this I     s thi
irad    ������'     mittee to
...'..     ��� Ittle girls dressed
i   . i    lng seats in each auto,
afte      ; li"     May
n's  carriage.    There  will  be  nn
iv of the parties ���- the coin making
-iiii al large the- police are very re-
��� garding the matter an 1 refuse
���1    livulgi   anything.
Tbe mode of procedure of tli" gang
is alleged to have been to manufacture
the coins lie-re and then ship them to
Calgary and other towns along the
line, -..'.'ii""" thi ;���' were received by
ee ci,- iplici    and placi ! in operation.
Three packages of the bogus coins
had been shipped to Calgary within
the last two weeks.
PAINTED INDIANS FIGHT.
STRIKE  IN   BELGIUM.
Clad in Full War Paint and Feathers.
Red  Men Quarrel.
Unrest Arr.ony Workmen Bodes  '���
Capitalists���Riotincj  Starts.
Brussels,    April
me  being made for
21.���Preparauons
a  general   .- "
.     ,0,
\  ���
s .
���
;-.
��� of the ��� e-'-i ni
���'
\ -11:.. ,
���ar N'I
a    . .
pan.
Owne 1
.
I^^H^^^^^__________n^^BBQH__i_B____B________i
_!_______���
. . '.'.    .
.   .' :. cash In    ".������
��� 1 ���
Anotl        eature
,    iff trolle
-.   bum -
,v ich wi ."'.ii
���
'  -i        fh       Irolh
SsasaaasaasasasastsiMEMEMaW
HH___H-_
Belgiuru,    The movi mi nl   began
the miners and ha I Its bii ii. afti    1 h
.le cision of tin- chamber em the ��� i. .
i:   11   day.    The  Social ���
In .. 1 of It.   The i.e. ���   s cl .    .
.'  coal  has im
wages siii ild    1    iuj  '"',: ���
hi i    di niiindi    : ������
Xew Ve;:.,, April 21.���The spectacle
ol two Sioux Indians in ful) war paint,
whal   might have  been a  Elghl  to
lhe death   if   interference    had     nol
ne, creati I almost a panic In crowded   Broadway     toduy.      Willie     Big
Chargi   . and Bad Wolf, the' offenders
ith undi        1 est.
< Ihai gi .   ami   1V0 're
dowi   B . ay in all the splendor 01
hers, when they got
interviewed in regard to Hon. Mr.
Fulton's speech in the "News A Iver-
. ' User" on Mr. Oliver's motion to reduce the vote for the Seton lake hatchery, Inspector Sword stated that there
was no truth in the suggestion that
i: was owing to Mr. Babcock's recommendation that the site for the L>u-
tninion hatchery on Birkenhead ri ���
had been chosen, nor was he aware
that the' Provincial governmenl lnl
in view the building of a hat< hi :.'
1 heie al that time.
In 1902, when John Crawford, . 1
erinrendenl of hatcheries for the State
of  Washington,  was  here on an  exploratory tour with the view of di ci I-
ing on   the best site for an  international hatchery, which the then fisheries   commisisoner    of   Washington
hoped   to  be  aide   to  1 stablish,    he
selected   ibis  locality,    llis views  as
to its suitability were strengthened by
:i sei ond visil in 1903. 'On both 01    . -
ions.   Mr.   Sword   and   Mr,   Craw: 11 I
discussed frankly, the advantages and
disadvantages of different    localities
for hatchery purposes.   Mr. Swoi   c
tin- full advantage of the informs . n
obtained by Mr. Crawford, and  .-. _-
gested this as likely to be a sui abb
locality for another hatchery.    When
questioned on this point by the !ati
minister during his visit to British C
lumbia in 1904, when the build m.    t
a   hatchery on   the  Birkenhead
had been authorized, the pn si ul
which is practically the same as Th I
recommended   by  Mr. Crawford,       -
chosen by Mr. Cunningham, Dominion
superintendent of fish culture, after a
walking   personal Inspection, In which he was
accompanied by Thomas Robinson of
Hi" Han Is m Lake hatchi  ;
ei"  argument   1 ,'ei   Chaiger's    wite,      As  regard
ien appeared to b
___e_e_e_e_e^M
lEOYS DRIFT AWAY.
/y   L'1ds   Carried   Out  to   Sea���
���"cue Almost Impossible.
���   Miril -I     Two lads from
���n">'  or Centralla, thoughl   to
Smith and Ale s  Maxwell,
''"nning away and endeavors'       "-'i some vessel from the
���eHeH|  _________________________B
.       .1 ' ;   .      ,. I ,
..;,.'..        Iiundi'i .   nn a   fn
.
proper!} being di       eyed I     7'
thai   ihe      l.'ce   ��� ���
In   e\\  .. and  famllii
....      ifiicial   '     ���    aklnj
ifu " in : lie mountains, and thai 1;'
Me a n of A   10 wi     ;i,i on lire.
Govern   en   ind pi Ivate   author!' ���
wore woi se I han helpless during : bis
perio i ol an rchy, and so encourage I
���  niaddi in d  miners,  u hose   grievances were forgotten  In  their lust   for
3  for  Nine   Inches of   Land.
ii'..
���   , .    . ��� 1 11 in"
���   ' inlng  than suffer luctfon
I Gibson and Uol ers  in   Plan ler    are
I   ���   ten    to    sl ii-.    foi
wa    ��� ���        ��� ...!..-
In   ol
���
���tn
��� 11, -        .
____Bwi!i com____H___ii__
____________________________ that   th.   .,     ,   "'   Flllton'8 statement
me    very    angry,    and    Buddenly       ,'.      -     '" ":o" Sovernn.en
'   -volv, ��� and  ���oin -      Pr��7,Me ":"' S"C1"'<'' the site of
-      Both
-Hots wen, wid, ,   ^ er]y
'    ' ���'���"��� I ^	
n  ,al 0 ! flrst he had heard
. ,    ,  ; an"  certa.nly no such  at..-    ���
^^^^^^^Kis
1
Seton Lake   hati ' ��� ���}���, tried to
an optie n fi   ���," tli"-- hn
owned  i'.   Mr   Sw   iel  knew noth-
_-____e____e_e_e_>_>_>_i_>^H
: ' ' (.'oal
' Gibson    au I    Mc-
1 'ic ��� ,: led  in      .    '   m;i y    court,
i efore  Jfi U ���     Winch' ster,    claim n
"���    ;- ��� nnd ,1  ie moral of
the  bakery   wall  .   un   Ihis    triangle
with   a   nini'-i'.  Ii Mrs.     Coii
������'��� ��� lnl -"I Claimed  this
to  be  am; .      . mi ensatioii.      Judge
^eM______________________________Pn!'v
"''     '     rlo    have
ancl   : have     ..
fere,   Se
*..-   .   ���,. mn ���
,',
" rould   fl iin,    111
.   I       ..      \\ .....   i:i-   .
Iiii      -    . <~ ,   ;���   tnpted    1
iim from h I li  was not
... .   .      nd  soon     both
'!1 ________iBB_i_iH
MAD  WITH   HUNGER.
sn
destruction and pillage.   N���, until the   ,       ,   k  ,'rr    " ' f'"'��S to PQJ'
arrival of a large force of troops, was ' '' '"      $;"" ;'"   ""' 'Pace en-
|n semblance of or -restored. ���    ��hed upon.
Briefly, three cause'.-, appear to have
provoked the outbreak at Ashlo the
wretched conditions under which the
1 miners work   and    live;     grievances
againsi the officials at the mines, and
^���������^���������-���^ sociallsl propaganda.   The last Is the
" "or, attempted ihe trip from ,. , ,   ,-
.  . , 1  1,    .   n)0S| innnivii;,!,, ;,���,| direct cause,
'"  Wostjiort Ihis  afternoon
'"  ''""'   I'oal  while  the tide
I '    nn ' which was too strong
"'��� noared the bar. They
' :  '  ""���-I  Sighted nnd  il   is
have drifted  oul to
' '  I-' hardly posslbl
    ''���'  picked  up by
"'tig tugs coming in.
David  McBroom, an aged city employee, who lias 1 n s.e seriously ii!
al  lb" Royal Columbian hospital   111 r-
Wolves   Attack   Peasants   on    Village
Streets���Many People  Bitten.
:    lin,    mm:   21,    Teh gi ams    1 r< ni
���  ���   ." gorjevi ��� . eli- ti iii ot' Russia show
!1i;m     ���  ���     aordinarily severe winl
in.-  eliiveii  tin- v.nlvi's  niioi  with l'-.iu-|  .	
Big Stenmer Arrives y'��� ���    '<"���"��� animals penetrate Into the j Cloverdale  to Sumas, and is employing practlci
Pilot J. w. Rogers broughl Into porl   villages  In   broad  daylight.    In   Jad-1 a" "'" help it can  possibly gd    At]
over   two thousand :
All E;i_!_n_ Wins.
l'n '��� ���   ; a        -���   ���   .    able
lion    . ... i ,:e . .-: 1 i      football
.as played     1    lam ei.-   -1   ���
.. Is,   Vani ouvi r,  Si I inlay  aTter-
m on, resulting In      win for Englan 1
:���;   a  s ore of 3  to  nil,    The s   u
hy no means show -1 the streng .1
the  lose      \ 1 1 plaj 1 d a hard g 1
The game was witnessed by a ci
that circled the entire ground sl 11
������������I an 1 three 1
, , e- ..,, . |Vl     v-....   ���, ,.   ; , ..  11  Compared' with tiie previous interna-
,.;.,..,   , dolng    |]  in j|S p0Wer  ;,  lioual  gam.'  it   was Interior, several"
rush  construction on  1!." line    from j of the players being obviously <
W0R_______e__M<V
/  Me -   ~v   c/etl en  Ccii���tru.t..:-
of N-ew   Line.
^^"-areaninterest-nVsS:!^^  '���-llliam
ties a,   ������.   ,,':, ��� ������\>'.":""'- ��P -i-l,  children   who   were   playing   in    ,������
___ha_.Tr, '       '���   miUa'    "'���;"'    Th�� f'ghtened children Z.
nnd   smrar .m ,      ��f co^  ! ","'   ,n   sb��tting  tho door of the
ing tbe past fow weeks. left thai In-1 Union Bav. the last  1, n      -,     '      T"   r!'  "'"  m0ther  was ,ef(  out-
U!,m,on "Is   lion n  Saturd ,    ihe preseni time     . '.'.' V    ^?i    '""  W0,ves attack*l  he      ,
erentlj .     roved I    Ills 1 ijburn In   b_h      .1    i, B -;.',' '        !     ,"'"' ��� several wounds,
���"��*"���>. iRImmS "  "   '���' r;"   ;.   I;1'1"'1 P1-hitten hare,, ,,    ���
i" .Moscow for treatment.
   |e  president of tho
and although they contain a motley C. P. IJ.. came to the conclusion that
crew of laborers, including several! there was nothing to prevent the com-
races of white men, Hindus. Japanese pletion of'be structure and its open-
and Chinese-, tbey are kepi In good Ing to the public by Cfominion day,
ordi r mm! In a first-class sanitary con- duly 1. Mr. Whyte spehl consi,1
ditlon. it is expected thai the right-j time In the building anl he expri ssed
��� '''vay will be ready for tracklayJng I gratification al thi way the worl on
theendofthe preseni summer.  Ihe structure had progressed. *
the Dail y s e w
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We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceyl in
Tea. in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
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Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
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Rooming House
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Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,   Maryland --- Guaranteed
NEW WELLINGTON  COAL
MAYERS and PRESTON
SUCCESSORS TO
J. VV. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET. FOOT OF SIXTH. NEW WESTMINSTER
Polish Vour Furniture
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CARPENTERS....
and Builders: Purchase your supplies iron: us.
Full stock of Tools, &c.,__c.
BRYSON   &   SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia^St.    Te!. 65
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Absolute Accuracy
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ii   a  special  feature  here.     ?
} our   doctor   knows   what
quantities and materials to
put   in   your   prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders.    Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed   by scales
and  measures   proved  accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to   have     .cut   prescriptions
filled by as.
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Sporting   C.oods
Toys. Dolls
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FURNITLRE    EMPORIUM
J   716 and 718 Coiumb.a St.      Fou     '      rs.       Rear E>'.e-:
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217-219 Columbia St.
LEAD PLNCIIBB^
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DO    YOU    WANT.
A Good Home, Cheap!
Six rooms, pantry, all nicely pap
painted; house 2-storey; well situati
corner lot on Tenth St.; lot 66 x 132 ft; U
fruit   t!v<^;    nice   lawn;    splend        iVi k
Price $1,750.   Terms can be ai
IOMIiMON TRUST
REAL
THOS. R. PEARSON, Mana-er
ESTATE and !v   ���
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50c RETURN
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CARS  LEAVE  EVERY  HALF  HOUR
FROM 8  A.M.    TO    ll   P.M.-       -A_ Usual
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gr$$0toi
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fourth A ���   ev moflerc dwelling
rooms;     ; id bath 5
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P Ice     $3,5S0
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$2.0G0 ���
9   "       '   '���'���  Fourth  Avenue,   two n:o'lf-rn bun-i
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back.   Price   11 nr,r
     .-.000   ���
Good terms can   be arranged  en the above  properties.
Nanalmo SI eet, I wo coi
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i. :  ii s ���               lot   all
 $500
F. J. HART &C0.? Ltd
'    '   J     :    ' ������   I FEED     We keep the |fjW a1"1""
���      only.    Make your ch ,   giving thei I "
Stn :'  '"'���-.   live  itocl;   ' }    building   up   bom
CARNEFAC.
LAlDIES !l  ������   .'ou I   ��� i the Pastry Flour made
M1  i:''' ' If not Telephone 333 and tr)
" ltai'' !   :::" exce lent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FL0UR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STRErT, Tc!<-. h��lie 333'
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wessa&sesaiXK^ VOLUME 2, NUMBER 9.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., 'MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, 1907.
10 CENTS PER \\ EEK
I     KUUOHONMEN        i        -UfPOSED DEAD;     HIE IHE MP PIPE STAff. ,4r/Oi.
HAZELTON       AUTHORITIES       EE-
[ent  Arnval Graphically Describes Conditions   Existing!
During Tie-up  of C. N. R.    Experience  Induced E C " EVE���EY HAVE numbed
McLaren to Come to New Westminster ���    EXP0SURE;    0F    3EVEHE
^^___B WINTER.
OPIUM DENS DISCOVERED BEHIND RESTAURANTS IN THE
PRAIRIE CAPITAL���MANY EXPOSURES COMING.
Whole Families Refused Relief in China Suicide Rather
Than Endure Pangs of Hunger Government jGives
One and a Half Cents per Dayto Sufferers.
-__-___e____Hl recently
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.-.'ami   Willi   lhe  iu-
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blockade.    S mi, ol    n    i In 1   ���  '   i
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;. il ent ;    nind       "������' ���   ' ���'
Princi    Al ���   ���     tid     the    Sn   n
branch.    A- a resull of this I  I, eram,
iin  ord< ���   to  mei I  on    cle
,  I, ;,,,.|,.   nei     and our train, which was the firsl oni
in    .1 ii .M, .   fall of  "���' ''"' '���"''������ ��� '���'��� - ��� backed down   _ Da i
,   iHjiictely  tied     up   I'hin, a distance _f two hundred miles,
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21.���Investigation I are   too l    ik  to 0
ns  iei   the fatuini    thai and tin   i ���    are
.   . dmii able.       \   sold anil i      ecausi     hey  had a
ii
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etween   Winnipeg   superinti :���  i nl
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titeen    .i.i  -.
Edmonton, vy
Vl
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tt    .-'
���I''/;   ���     M��>P�����lonta.hat'ond then sent north to Prince A1W
_       '   '    '" |("   ol  snow down   inuii where we n.��� i   i.
I'^!;-^r,_d^r'r��~ = ,	
M<-  tracks, imbedding  themina  about   four hours  before  the  second
���
,vo Ii i         nail
i e and   children,!
I to the neigl I."                 Iten.se                  li                           1)
��� '    . inn   " :. ' inmii ed,    ami                 ���..       i            nent
���    sim      ���         ���    ��� :     ':      ��� i.M .      ill       i i | .. ,      i      |                   invi >
��� ���   :' ��� fter the                   .'.'.:.'.
elic-e . ��� ��� C'l j thi ���'    ':' '.....Mi..
in:,   w; -���   heard   of   them,   il   after a lit istence enl
��� . ; ���" 'te I ;' il  thej   had    ec ired to a room in ��hich
"       ��� l,    ��� I now ii Is almost certain, some    women,   some   ol   wh
:'   !.    e'ere     iffe ���       from   inflam- smoking opium.   The plac,  ���-���.���  ��� .���
i atorj     heumai ism,  an I   they   < oul 11 oviden      of being  a  reguli    -1'.    -   -
I     ;'; :.    e escaped alive after spend- erating under the nam<  of
iu   ii winter  n open camp, ant,   'In  several  other places  il   was
tbe  fugitives    are    alive    ii    is found thai stores, on the oul    :    ���-
hough)  thai ii  musl be because they pearing  to  be <mly  foi    hi    sale    of
eeeived    heifer al the hands of some tobacco  and  cigars,   w< re  a]   arently
��� iends.      The    provincial places of resort  for  very  undesirable
police are fairly well in touch with all characters
ns of the neighborhood, ami ]    Tho investigation  as  far
uv. ...
���
house to       ��� ���   Inspection li.. table   lefi   h i v<    been   i ef ised
. !  in  "jO.Oi  ��� etalling 500,000 and   llttei I     I iie-,      have
��� ini     iffere h oiled        h committi I    suicide.    Sei ond .    ������
mil i"'   Mi . : ��� ,      nj   to ,.. ' they are physlcallj  able, one
���   food  for i he ni until the harve oi each di       . ���      mil    I     Ivei
Additions fi the li.-i  of families will j which is paid for in food.   Third, tie
��� made only when  lhe funds aval'- [ Chinese      fovernment   i     pa  In        o
It. some families one and ono 1       cents
Three   kinds   of   reliel    :   .- I pei   day.    Tickets are   given the
ied.   The firsl   in   free food tickets families  entitling them  to    purch:   e
which are nol Issued unless the fan.- famine supplies al cost.    Food is fur-
ily has absolutely no money, food or nished to ticket  holders at  the r,   ef
pawnable   articles,  and   its   membi enters al stated times.
TEN COUNTERFEITER- INSPECTOR SWORD
._ FOUR-BIT PIECES    DENIES SUGGESTIONS
aass of Ice.   When the C, X. R.
ei ii        ��� ni '���'��� plow: lot he sei tie
?t_e  i'ieii'i, ' le,  ii   was  found    lhal
jwei'i-   .:-' less.    Two of them wen-
lied  lei-i'tin :���  wiili  their    engines.
-of the trainmen   were  injured,
one ei' ihem seriously, his leg be-
broken  iie two  plai e :
jPTbere were  loin   ...-���    mind ' rains
illed by iiii        ��� . (fie ai    Humholl
train reached the same point.
"The tie -up in the traffic is result-
!l"��'fl    ���    thev ���,,,    M        ��� ,������____________________________________
������' '" an. ol  the reserves 1���       '! "       ""i" '�� ^ ^ q"ite n
"es around i revelation as to the number of ero,    -
THE POLICE CAPTURE SEVERAL
CLEVER CROOKS IN RED DE-R
���MONEY SHIPPED TO CALGARY.
IRKENHEAD RIVER HATCHERY
WAS NOT CHOSEN BECAU.t
OF BABCOCK'S RECOMMENDATIONS.
h-.iy.i-.'i :i.    Tlx-i-e is one reserve near j ed joints and dives in the ______
ing in serious stock losses. At   Hum-   Bear
boll "y.i cars of stock were side-tra iked and al Kamsack and Swan R'ver
there were 200 more. Many of the
horses have bi en In the cars' for 2.
i ' "0 days, ami many of them a e
dying, a result which spells ruin for
:i iny   settlers.     Settlers'   efforts  are
_*Bri   '"-tw��en l.iiii.j   and   1.300: also side-tracked     The     #   ,,
K    '       '    "   '    "-'-"Ml.     are     ,   .    ���    not de rav��"I"T''
**"��-   "���       ������      .    Ibe   railwnv   railwa-    ,    ���       n ^    '   b>     ""
**ny'    ���������       ���      ���' ii.-.,   !'.. "The   line   is   now
��� ^..Ired ���,���re than two fiHhe.   and a r,    ,      ���  -e o7,��� .2h      '"v
'���    �� bolt was eaten   tha,   :-,        1^0 pi 'Ta^T
(-throng  e!T-���,  n . -,.   ..    ���'     '
-��   Ittl,   Inth,   experience   I    h_   ��� ,   ..'       h���      '
StfonTeXSla'rl;     \ \����    ^ ^ *"
ee,,ng every night^J en^hA^'d'X        soon   \    \
���    """""-   ��chrt   Edmonton   Cha,   y     '  .
"   IT  C��ndUC,Ve t0   ::'"  ;'"' ��]���   forme, and lea     '   -
n    ���   was nothing   to  British  c,    , -,-��� ,...'.1P,."
I     h   c   e\rthn/ ^^   I'���0-��� enough mascot
coaches,    rhe railway  tn :   This looks good to me.'"
alee the Indians    al which are
Known   in be friendly  to  Simon  an 1
Pet, .. and II is though) tha) they have
1 ��� Itered tEere.     According   to
���   - ���      ' ,-i"< s the police are prepar-
.��� .��� ous    ��� aminatlon of the
lnl   ��� itan) - of thi -��� n serve.   They are
assisted by many pai ties of Inti    iii -:" ii  si arch  for the alleged ;
rde   i   -. the aborigines having bei ri
enlist" !   by  the off, r of a reward  of
0  f ir  thi   two   men  alive'. ,.
-       ���   ���' .  ���   |ead 1   diei
*     .    i-i-   to   receni   advices,   the
ither
CHICKENS   POISONED.
Nineteen      Valuable     Puliets
Waiito.-nly���Police  Nc-tifie.
Outrage.
Killed
cf
Chi, f of Police  .'���!< Intosh   rest,
.��� ci iei.i :��� com] aim from a  . ��� -'. en I
'���liM'-iii    I   tie-     '.mm. "������:.
iii-  pull, been pois-   are pending, and will be made today
R< ! Deer, April 21.���For the past
few days the local police have been
aware I bal a party of men In or neai
the town were engaged in the manufacture of counterfeit fifty cent pieces
and have been working very hard to
run lhe offenders to earth.
Last n'ghl a well organized i ai i
was carried out on a shack on Ae
outskirts of the town, and ten men
were arrested.    Several other arrests
.    some unknown  pi   tj
a; -   igo, tiie bird ing    ��� ��� -i
li'-a i in ; he  eackj ard during the aft
^^^^���itinup.   verv severe in th_ >	
neighborhood of Hazelton. tl e le __       ^        "  '^  ^    ">��".��_��__
being  the eas,-. and hop,   to land  I
party within the  next   few
"   fhre* feel of   snow   on   the
'  '��d at the time fhat th,   last word
was receh, '.
COLLIERY
HAS CEOSFD DOWN
\TION   LOOKS  GLOOM-
HAN   EVER���ALL   INDUS-
.     -L   SE   PARALYZED.
: ..April 21. The 'last
Inns in close down in
a an .'..    lh,
Ilie   les    a i
ill"    men
SV,   11.   AM-
iM   the  Pail  .    m 11     leave   to-
;li.' confer-
���   lerators  and em-
,      i    osi   of en
I th,    ;. Ike,
iiotlc   that,
rtai 1 liecnusi
li  ,    .   ial Hi   ii" more
l in i    e     .   ll mi i
fi  Ighf, , mslgned
��� i l   Io  Oreenwood,  Trail
ills.
-   passenger trains.
nt Intn s    for    any
" ������ it w ill comiiietelj par-
lini .    m, Itlng and lum-
1   -   :ii- of   the   interior   of
��� -iii. and cause it large
to the people.
SOCIALISM BLAMED
FOR RIOTS IN JAPAN
REIGN CF TERROR EXISTS AT
ASHIO COPPER MINES���TROOPS
AT SCENE.
AUTOS   FOR   PARADE.
Treat  Precr.rect  for  Ctvldren
May Day   Festival.
or tomorrow. Owing to there being a
jjarties h the coin mi king
- , ; at I ei ge the police are very re-
��� iei ���-��� ,- garding the n atter an I refuse
to divulge anything.
The niii'ii' I j.i-dc-e���.!:.'- I D :Min.i
ijipears-to have been no re::-   i-e alleged to have been to manufacture
���; " coins here and then ship them to
Calgary   and   other  towns  along   the  h��Ped   "'  b
line,  when    they   ���>-,��� re  reieived    by
accomplices and placed in operation.
Three packages of the bogus coins
had been shipped to Calgary within
the last two weeks.
.1.
_p.il     21.���Socialism
riven as    hi        ise of tin it
lots a)      ���'   -Shio copper :
N'I   ko,   m   . i...in.
iwne I
. i .  ���.   i
���
l___H^_B__i
���eliHiHifliHiliHB J. Stewart aJeBiB^
Indl    consi u allow
i take )iai    in the
i.i'.       tivi le, and the Imb-
lih 3  wi       .'.        ������ :       ���   .    i activi Iy
for ibis   . li   is the
irade ci mm tt,
an little girls dress   1
i   ���   '���       cup\ "im seats iii ��� ach . uto,
after     the    May
..,���'���'���     , i ri igi .    Thi re  will  be  no
lifl culty   to find   little   .iris   willing
down      ���     i-ii;  ns  iii    h,  ���
���  Vi       -:-'���  ���
-. a    her feature le will
������-...., ; Ig trolley -.
ally,    |e ���        Ith evi   treens and   mni
ected p   amid-
-   ���:   : t lling   of 1
hey  were nn      y of      1
ntemled for shov
'���"   . .. ' he ' irci mstauces, it   ..   - .
��� ���  '     . .   ��� t. Of   Spite        i.
part somi   om    '������.���.: ini      i gri   .
��� ; inst the ownei .Some
had their heads crush   '   n n ben
ovei ed, as if i h< \   lad    ��� en tra     ��� ���
upon.
i]'ed wi t      ...
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','!  base,,,' ^^^^^
:: ���'���  "'- wiv     and  ramilie " ' >e Conger Coal
'   '���      ��� strlck, ., officials we re taklni    ")m|ian-v'    '''       ��� Gibs, n    an I    Mc-
fefnge in   In   mountains, and that th     '   '"' ' i��-'d.,in      .    countv    couri
I before  JMge    vVinch,   t,   .    clalminj
^^^^^^^^^^ *>m  damages and   fo    a   r, moval  of
were worse than helpless during this I ,,.if_  ���    ,     ,    , triangle
l-eriod of anarchy, and so encouraged       ���     "PnD n-!" '   '"   '    "'    A"'^    Col.
Iho maddened miners, whose   grlev- ''";     m% :'"'1 ,'!:ii"""1 this
'     were forgotten in their lusl  Foi    vnZ a'"P       ' im��ensatfon.      Judj ���
destruction and pillage.   Nol until the   ,',', ,   , tZitt    *'���   ' "'  ' Colest�� P��
arrival, of a. arge force of troops, waS   To^TZ*        ^ ^
a semblance of order restore I,
Briefly, three causes appear to have
provoked the outbreak ai Ashio the
wretched conditions under which the
miners work   and    live;    grievances
-     -     'vme   Inches of Land.
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"'"l-erty of Ralph )���;. <;,-,, ���       -    ,
lo vn of  Ssho was set on fire.
Government and private   authorities I thQ  i,���,���
a! the  bakery   wall  :'...,,     ���
STRIKE  IN   BELGIUM.
Unrest Amony Workmen Bodes ill fcr -
Capitalists���Rioting   Starts.
Brussels,    April    21.���Preparau
e.   being  made for  a  g< di rai   e "
throughoul   the  industi ial   11 gi< d
Belgium     The movem( nl   began
h,   miners an I ha ! its birth aft,
d, cision of the chamber on I
houi   day.    The  So,������' list tin
':.    i of ii.   The minei.    ' I     that i
the ;���;.'    il coal  has increas   '.
wages should I e aug ment, I, an
���1- i     leniand     tre grai
thr,   "       ���      striki    foi
way nn i restless
In   of ���       anl
let  ti       ��� :
���i  of w I  by i
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: redui 'ieen.    1 I
lay, rs  In   !���". :, .'���       an    ictu on
strike.   S,     ms riols have     Ite n
���  ���   :- ���      ...   have    found    il
Interfere.   Se' eral'3i
��� ���.-. were  wounded.
PAINTED INDIANS F.GHT.
Clad in Full  War Paint and Feathers,
Red Men Quarrel.
New York, April 21.���The spectai li
ol two Sioux Indians in full war paint,
m,i:i-   migh)  .have  been  a   fight  to
\.    |,   th   il   interference    had    not
i ome, created almosl a panic in crow I-
ed   Broadway     today.       Willie    Big
i    Interviewed  in  regard  to  Hon. Mr.
1 Fulton's  speech  in the "News Aiv.-i -
1 User" on  Mr.  Oliver's motion to reduce the vote for the Seton hike hatchery, Inspector Sword stated that there
was me  truth  in  the suggestion  thai
i: was owing to Mr. Babcock's recommendation that  the site for the Dominion  hatchery on  Birkenhead river
had   been  chosen,  nor was  he  aware
that   the   Provincial   govi rnmenl
| in   view   the !iiiil<!:n,n  of  a   hateherj'
there ai that time.
In 1902, when John Crawford,, :- ip-
erintendenl of hatcheries for the State
of  Washington,  was  here on an  exploratory tour with the view of d( ��� I l-
ing on  the best site for an international hatchery, which the then  fisheries   eonimisisoner    of   Washinft-n
able   tn  establish,    he
selected   this  locality,    llis  views  as
to i:s suitability were- strengthened by
a sec ond visil in 1903. 'On both oi   . -
ions,   Mr.   Sword  and   Mr.   Crawford
discussed frankly, the advantagi 3 an i
disadvantages  of different    localities
for hatchery purposes.   Mr. Sword na i
the full advantage of the Informs lon
obtained by Mr, Crawford, and  st digested this as likely to be a sue a iii
locality for another hatchery.    When
questioned on this point by the late
minister during his visit to British C
iumbia in   1904, when  the building     .
a  hatchery on  the  Birkenhead
had hen authorized, th,' pn se m - ��� .,
which is practically the same asfnat
   Recommended   by   Mr.   Crawfor I.   I I
Clwrger, and Bad Wolf, the offenders  chosen by Mr. Cunningham, Dominion
superintendent of fish culture, afl     a
personal inspection, in which he was
are both under aires .
Chargei       I      ivere    walking ^___________
down Broa [way ia all the splendor of accompanied by Thomas Robinson of
,    ii  ni ���    hei  . ,'i-mi the,   gol the Harrison Lake hatchery.
1  ien!   over  Charger's    wife,      As  .'-".ier.Is  Mr.   Fulton's 'stat,
rh,    nen 1    leared to be- thai   the  Dominion  government,
angry,      ind     3111I lenly th    1 rovince had si_cu.e I the site of
1   . ."!-,��� ���  and point nl the Seton Lake hatchery, tried
-   firin_    .vice.   Bo in   iption fi im those who had f
is the c owd erly owned It, Mr. .-'������   rd Itn, ..
1 1      spared tn con- Ing,   This was the firsl he ha 1 hi ir 1
: a :��� n hall of   t, and    er , Inly   n 1  such attempt
1  ' ' had been
1 i��i|i|i_H__���_______hi hi*
now di    l.
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made  throughj^H
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- etild  fii .��� again.    In
ang to his
cm . y I at! mpted    1
Iii 1      "i his m   11,  was nm
-   ���   " - ful, .   ���      nd   soon     : il :>
Indians v        locked
MAD  WITH   HUNGER.
WORK  <__���_____} _-.   E_
|EOY3 DRIFT AWAY.
Lads  Carried   Out to  Sea���
Cl,e Almost Impossible.
IJ:       vi";i 21.-   Two lads from
���"'���v of Centralia, though)  to
Sl>i'Ui and   A!< x   Maxwell,
siiiicrMW
ami endeavor- .    ________���___���__���
..   I againsi the officials at the mine:
on some vessel from the
"'��� ti'temptod the trip from
'  Wcstporl  this afternoon
��   ! oal   while  the tide
': ! which was too strong
In    neared the bar. They
_    '   ' '' 1 sighted and it is
���       '' ' V have drifted  oul to
'"  Is  hardly poss I I
, 'h'     '""���'  he  picked  up bv
���-Kn!ngtiiga cominj In,
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socialisl propaganda.   The lasl Is the
mosl Immediate and dlrecl can ie,
David McBroom, an aged city employee, who has been so seriously il!
11 the Royal I' litmbinn hospital during the pnsl few weeks, lefi thai Institution for his home on Sattird j
-'. al Ij In r \ ed ' h's a ijbu n In the
hospital.
Wolves   attack   Peasants   on    Village
Streets���Many People  Bitten.
���:   lin,   A iii!  21.���Telegrams    fri ai
-  ���  Jegorjewsk districl ofRussfashow
���   '      aordlnarily severe winti 1
mi.- dri)en the wolves mad with i un-
;-.:.    Tin- animals penetrate Into the
���iy Mei  Empfcyed en Cc.-istruction
of  N-ew   Line.
he Vani ouve   . \"-ct, ;'' & ;..   ���  n
     a doing . il  in its  power to
All  England Wins.
l"n !cr  the 1    -     ���   .    able    ���   .. : -
. .'. lan i ' 'an ida     football
..:.���.     mi-  1 li....      1    lam ''..���   ��� m  ���
grounds,   Van ouv, r,   Si turday  :.*  ���. -
���; ion, .' suiting In a win for Engh n I
a   ;- on   of 3  to  nil.    The score
hj   no  mi iiis  show 3 the streng h
lhe   losers  n ho plaj 1 d a hard ga
The game was wit nessed by a ct      I
tha) circled the entii - ground stan  -
ng two an 1 three deep in some places.
e'    ip red with the previous International   game   it   was  inferior,  several*
Bi ci  Steamer Arrives.     1______^^^^^^^^^^^
Pilot J. W, Rogers brought into porl   villages   In   broad  daylight,    in  ��� ���"
yesterday morning the steamer Geor-   ";|-; M'*"- persons were bitten on the
eia, one of the fines) vessels thai has streel   while a  peasant was ati eked
ever  entered   the   Praser, her  gross!'" ''is hut.
���     .  construction on  the line    from j of the players being obviously out of
i" iver ii !��� ���   s inias, an I Is employing  practice.
al!  the help II  can possibly get.   Atj 	
the preseni time   over   two thousand Open In July.
men are engaged In the work of grad-      Victoria, April 21.���After a thorough
Ing the right-of-way, while hundreds   inspection   of the   new     hotel,    The
camps.) Empress, yesterday afternoon, William
lestination after eaving here, will be j peasant woman desired to save her
Mexico. She is now loading up with fhildren who were playing in the
ties at the Praser River saw mills, 5""eet. The frightened children buc-
and has already 1 p en eo of coal 'eeded In shutting rhe door of the
and sugar, which wn taken ��� .���' house !'in n"' mother was lefl out-
Hnlon Bay, the lasl 1 ir) of call, \t I side. The wolves attacked her, in-
Ibe pn senl time Ihi re are throe Jars ���. flicting several wounds.
. . .;    i,,M. er a!    he Praser     A" the people bitten have- been sen)
' River mills '" Moscow for treatment.
along the line are an Interesting sight, Whyte, second  vice president of the
and although they contain  a  motley c. P. R��� came to the conclusJon fhat
crew of laborers,    including  several there was nothing to prevent the com-
rai'.-s of whit,   men, HindHs, Japanese pletion of the structure and its onen-
i.liil   Chines'',   they   are   kepi   in   good lng  to   the   public   by   Dominion   day,
ind iii a first-class sanitary con- July 1.   Mr, Whyte speni consi.!
lition,   ii Is expected thai the right- time In the building and he expr,   1  1
'"'-vay will be ready   ror   tracklayfngI gratification at the way the work on
_ the end of the preseni summer, thi   structure had progressed. THE   DAILY   XEWS.
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Moths will leave' If it is sprinkled
about.
Turpentine and soap will remove ink
stains from linen.
An analysis of the
relations   between
_."!_. _   . _.       ii  Turpentine will remove wheel grease
the man, the worn- pitc-a__t_._tai.__
an and the butcher
CRACK   NUT   SUi.DAV.
���2u'eer   Me:tii__   of   Hearing   a    Soirr.on
Still  In U=o In E_ci���r.a.
"One fine autumn Sun iii.'.' I ati.-Mih-.1
n Bervice in a north of England country church that would bave driven n
New York preacher clean crazy," saiei
the man who travels. "The congrega
ti. n didn't do a thing bul sit around
and crack nuts, fancy a New York
minister talking t'i a crowd of that
kind! The modern preacher like's to
have things quiet when be talks. It
disconcerts Iii in to hear a baby cry or
a woman cough or au old man snore.
If he is put oul by such trifles as these,
it is interest ing to conjecture what he
would do If lie were to take hold of a
congregation where everybody brought
mils In crack during the sermon.
"Worshipers, it seems, used to do
this in England and even In our own
state's during colonial days. This disturbance was not a weekly occurrence
by any means. If It had been, the
pee.T, preacher would have undoubtedly ��� >ft his flock to administer spiritual
consolation to suit themselves. Bul as
It happened only once a year he was
forced lo endure It. This e,n<- day
which was nttended by such remarkable license came' the Sun,lay before
.Michaelmas day am! was eMlleil 'orack
nut Sunday'.' Nobody, no matter how
pious he tulglil be, hesitated to avail
himself of the peculiar privilege granted him, and men. women and children
came to church with their poi kets
stuffed with nuts, which they complacently cracked and munched during
the sermon.
"it was thai kind of n sermon that
so Impressed ine' with Its oddity. It
can bo easily Imagined that when forty or fifty people gel to cracking nuts
with all their might the noisi> is apt to
be something terrific, and many times
tin' minister was hard pul to it to
'hear himself think.' Thai custom,
from being regarded with high favor
for many years, finally came to l.e
looked upon as ,-i nuisance, and the
habit was suppressed, except lu a few
remote localities, although tile act ot
suppression was attended with considerable difficulty, sn firmly had the nut
cracking fever taken hold of the farcy
of the people."���-New l'ork Tress.
The Daily News' offer of a book and the paper delivered at the house
for one year,. for $3.00, is proving* a great success. This offer of a
$1.50 book and the paper for $3.00 will not remain much longer, so
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LIST   OF   BOOKS
TURPENTINE.
Abhe Constantm    Halevy.
Adam  Beae    G ��� irge   Eliot
Aesop's Fables���
Alhambra���Irving.
Alice  in   Wonderland���Carroll
Andersen's Fairy Tales   -Andersen
Arabian   Nights   Entertainments���
Ardath���Corelli
Cast up by The Sea���Baker
Children  of Abbey ���Roche
Child's  History of  England���Dickens.
Data of Ethics���Spencer.
David Copperfield���I llckens.-
Deemster -Cain''.
Deerslayer ���Cooper
Descent of Man���Darwin.
Dombey & Son���Dickens.
East Lynr.e���Wood.
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson.
Fifteen Decisive Battles -Creasy
First Violin���Fothergill.
Green Mountain Boys���Thompson.
Grimm's  Fairy Tales ���
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels    Swift.
Guy Mannsring   -Scott.
Handy Andy    Lover.
Heir of Redclyffe���
Henry  Esmond    Thackery.
Heroes  and   Hero   Worship    Car
lyle.
Hiawatha  and   Evangeline-   Long
fellow
House cf the Seven Gables���Haw
thorne.
Hypati a���Kingsley.
It's Never too    Late    to    Mend���
Reade
John Halifax, Gentleman���Mui ick
Kenilworth���Si Otl
Lamplighter    Cummins.
Last Days of Pompeii���Lytton.
Last cf the  Mohicans   Cooper
Lorna Doone���Blackmore.
Luclle���Meridith
Middlemarch���Eliot.
Mill  on the Floss    Eliot.
Silence of Deane  Maitla
Mosses    From    an    Old
Manse���
Sketch   Book ���1..
Haw l home.
Story     of    an     Af
Natural     Law     In     the
Spiritual
Sch: elner.
World    1 Irummon 1.
Study in Scarlet
Newcomes    'I'll.eel e
Swiss  Family  Rob
Nicholas  Nickelby���Dick,
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Tale  of Two Cities.
Old Curiosity Shop���Did
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Talisman     Sc
Oliver Twist���1 licki
Tanglewood   Tales���
On the Heights    All     i i
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Thaddeus of Warsaw
Origin  of  Species    Dai ��
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Three   Men in a Boat ���
Our Mutual   Friend���DIcl
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Three  Musketeers���Dn
Pathfinder���Cooper.
Tom   Brown  at  Cxforo
Pilgrim's   Progress���Bun;
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Tom       Brown's      School
Prairie���C loper.
Hughes
Prince   of   the   House   of
David ���
Treasure   Island    S
[ngraham.
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Robinson   Crusoe    Defoe
Under Two  Flags ��� ( > .
Rob  Roy���Scott.
Vanity   Fair   -Tii icke
Romance of Two Worlds
- Corelli.
Vicar of Wakefield���<;���
Roniola   -Eliot.
Westward Ho-  King
Scottish Chiefs���Porter.
White   Company     Do j
Sign of the Four���Doj le
Window in Thruens. A
Silas   Marner���-Eliot.
Wonder   Book.  A ��� Hav
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(.'lean gilt frames with a sponge moistened in turpentine.
It will exterminate roaches if sprinkled in their haunts.
A few drops on a woolen cloth will
.dean tan shoes nicely.
A few drops added to water In which
clothes are boiled will whiten them.
An equal mixture of turpentine and
linseed oil will remove white marks
from furniture caused by water.
Ivory knife handles that have ln>-
come yellow can be restored to their
former whiteness by rubbing with turpentine.
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Carpets can be cleaned and colors restored by _.iinir over occasionally with :
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Splendors of  Cafes.
Thu cafes ami  hotels of New York
are rivaling each oilier in  the almes--
oriental splendor with which they havo
tltte',1 up small  rooms for dinner and
after theater parties.   At oi afe uear
Broadway   the  sides  of  one  of  thes*
(rooms are composed  entirely  of  mir
Please name three books in order desired   In   case  the   fir3l  oi   second   ���
i   choices should be seihi out. _
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David   McBroom,  an  aged
loyee, who has been so ser
a   the Royal Columbian hospital dur- j
��,;";;; 500 Cords of Ian Bark Wanted
At  tin
a domestic problem
practically solved
at
ng the pasl   few weeks, lefi   that  in-   _ _,. .__
iitution ro,- his home on Saturday, | Eraser River Tannery
ifter the  French fashion,  whllt I greatly improved by his sojourn In the
the ceiling is covered with green loaves , jiosnltal
and grapes, bunches of pink nnd purple	
grapes of .1
Highest Cash Price Paid
within which are electric lights.  Tl I'l'i'.-t is thill of a beau
til'ul arbor.   Another cafe has mirrors
;eicnenoac
CO.. LID.
. ���Meeting small red lights throughout
the room, while the ceiling, also of
mirrors, is au exquisite Imitation of
moonlight, the effeel of which is ob-
tained by electrics Inclosed in globes
of th,' color and shoeu of mooiilighl
seen through a delicate tracery of faint j
gri e"i leaves.   ICxchnng
iJfl   III    11 llBI I    li   ":i:;''1   '"   :l!l''"'1   "   flek   child   in   a I
\.l*_. - ItJ I 8 SJ ��r_ \J II   ������shiibbj genteel" quarter of the' Windy
! City.
".Madam,"   said   the   doelor   to   the
liothor,   "you   should   send   this  child
Into   thu   counti y   for   se\ eral   n ceks .
each summer."
��� en    ii iii   *  ��i n_.  t��� .      "I am sorry tn sny, doctor," re poini
Wholesale an_ Retail Dealers >_ u�� wo,.,_-,, ������__,. ,-.,���!-,,���
enough in do that."
"Then,"    ���-.:_. ������i.-.l    the    physician,
"have h >r soul by the fresh air i mni."
"Oh, doctor," exclaimed ila- woman
"we are  noi   poor enough!"   llarper'n
Weekly,
Too Selfish.
Cltiman -What's thu matter with all
you Swiimphiirst fellows? Vol don't
seem to like my friend Backlotz. Sub-
bubs No; he's selfish. Cltiman -Oh,
come now! Subbubs That's what he
Is. a- barn neai- hlm caughl (Ire tho
othot night, ami In- put ii "-ii without
waiting for the r''<t of us members of
the Swamphursl Hose to reach the
Bcene.   Philadelphia Public Ledger,
For other particulars apply to
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Die Comfortable  Fortune.
"\\'li.-il l_ your id osl of n v. un* ii'tiilih
fori line'.'" asked ill" nmliitions youth.
"i im'," answered the man of expi ���;
ence, "that Is I>j_r enough to buy j on
OTorythlng   you   wnnl   nnd   nnl   iy  _C_9B_-____I_I TiW
.iimi-.-li tu attracl tie" nttcntlon of Ll
grand jury."   Washington Star. 50c   per   pound
A  Noyel'.y. _      T.
OuiMt- 1  lienr you nre -.- .', ���       --,< -     {JS.. 3    J_
\x\-i housekeeping.   I lost     Sh!   Not     ,   '
loud! My wife' wants to h ive tli ���   n
fuctlon of illsclinrs u_ the cool     : . _
New Westminster
The  only  all   r.nl   route   between   a., .
������������*' I points east, west anil south to Ross-
 : ��� land, Nelson and intermediate points THE    NORTH-WESTERN,
| connecting al Spokane with the Great Embodies the newest   and
SOMETHING     GOOD Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. for   COMFORT,   CONVC
' 4 N. Co. and   LUXURY.     It  is   lis
Connects at Rossland with the Can- both   electricity   and   gee-;  :
ulian   Pacific   Railway  for   Boundary brilliantly   illuminated   train   :
Creek point-, world.     The   equipment   -  '���'-���'
Connects  at    Meyer-    Falls    with private   compartment   cars,   -!',
-time   I'-iily for Republic. 16 section  sleepers, luxurious
I'.ni.ei   service   on   train*   between e��r. reclining chair car- '     '   ,
|i '.   iu-  and   Nelson, modern   day   coaches   and
Effective    Sunday,    November    io, brarv and smoking car;.
For Time Tables, Foi
Day Train Arrive f���rt<,,.... information c til
���?_ SPX__F= A-.  ^_I<S_    ''-^ �������' Spokane 7-IS P-m
Red Gate ^ea--
Coffee
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TME   OTY   GROCERY
I go 1
'��� live
i 20   a.in.
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Ri   iland ... .4.10 p.m.
Nelson .  .  . 6.43 p.m
H a |. n-y in
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL A
���7." Second Avenue
Se tl -
'���'. APRIL 22.  19C7
T II E   _) A I J_ V   N E W S
MODERN HOUSES
nT"--**"*-~ "���������-*���'��������� ��� '"f___T__ ri _.-�� ___r__in ......
Modern Conveniences
All on   Easy Terms
��������� "   '��� " ,,:- K m      '. ������ i. i". goo i tion ' .. ,- $23-J
��� ��� ��� ��� ���'-     ' :-   ���   ���      Street, ground       tuiitil'uli (__.������-
i.'i'j.       Price       j, y
oni hou se, cent i
: 1011, 1) in
cull  .ati i     and     in     11 ii
.00
.:n :"i m. ���.  .     ��� ..      li rei
(IIU    dWL'I111 ' .;       ' ,'l        IO,   til
Price 	
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��� in 'rice 	
'���.;.'���     v, nev
...- .        . ..   	
.000
1500
.
7000
II       .     i ���  .  . ��� line
i        ��� ' bin et in
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P 2500
'in ho ��� : i ami Prici     2100
���'       ' Hi ' -' ll      M . .        ���   il.
new sl                                                  :                 Price     3550
" '���   ���                                            m.            ti lawn.  Pi ."���      2200
od view i    F     er.    Pric... 1650
house,           I St., Iot in    i    i, 1 block I rom car.    im Ice    26C0
iiiini I    ise      ... Lion .     Pi ice   	
',.'....        .    .   i ��� ,,          ud fi need,  1    iloi .   : om             Price 2500
ion! h      .'.'���     S     lot C0>         all in fruit.    Price    2000
���   room ho    .,         i              ,               _xl__, all in fruit trees,    i .    ... 1675
i .   -   -   I                                clec. light, ini jijx Ijii.   Pi ice   800
(jusi     '.   in     Si    .   n        location, stone retaining   ..   '.'.    Prici 2650
7 room hous,, on car line, good lawn and garden, fine location.    Pilci 2700
 ii cottage,   -ii .th   We., cor, lee' S_- I !2,   . ami   .lew.     Price  1600
-   i cottage   on Carnarvon St., nea     I                 Pric.     1500
m.i liouse, on 3rd Ave., lol 66xl3J   In      ...   ear.    Prii         2750
on i !olumb!a St., cur. lot  0C.\132,   fill'      ���  ���
five e.     Price    5255
' .  .    ....      Columbia St., lot 6                        ew o!    ridgi    Pi ice 5000
7 room house, on Columbia St., lol 66  !'!_, fine*   v.
Price     '  2150
��� nn house, on Second St., lol  HOx.'I'S.  .iii  ch       :     Price      3550
mi ho         in 1st St., 5 cleared lot-.    Price     :55c
��� 'M cottage, ne'in   tin   Crescent, lo      nxl2".    Price    '550
..    ".  ,:i Sl    lot  GlxlSO.    I';- . ���       2000
..1  house, lo ch ire  I    its, J in  fr.i line.    Price     3500
7   00m house, Sth Ave., co    lot 66x132,   ill In garden.    Price-    2500
111 hou ��� . "ie  Pine St., good outbu Id ings,       -��� iver      connection .
P     -       3500
I       ."in house, 2 lots all in lawn  (co    en, c< mental
an ! shrubs, stables and carr 1      house, on cai   line, on
locatl th Price    ,       0000
..'    ' ��� -Mi Gth St., 2 c        ���    ..      n    lawn,,   magnificent     ��� 1 i-
Hon     Price  125C0
len     Iwellings in   cenl ra Ilocati        - each,   built  in  1906.
   8000
111 ho entrai  locati  11     ewei connections.    Price   -'0CC
ii   house,   \-ii'������. St.,    ewer connected.   Prici     2500
0111   louse,  central   location,  Be wei   conm   tl  ���   .    Price    '.  3000
Mi hou '  h St., grand view of citj     Price   2350
ttag     on   Milton St., in gooil   ���   ....      Price   .   15C0
el in.    011 Carnal von St., 6 100m    In e    h,   alwa ;   t,  Ii.
_i:_2      in     ii  ������ ar.    Price   '. . ��C!5
tioi        ways     ���      ented, a safe   inves mi nt,
on \'Mir money.   Inquin ti        .   ���
:-.'. ellli     , cenl    I       al ion, house iii     ��� ��� ' nted: a
..���-...-      ,   .     ent roll; 12 1     on   your   mon    .
Inqul      ������'   furtln       irticul
in .   Queen's   Vvi .and 6th   St.,  G   rooms  in   each,   rents
00    ���     month.    Price'     _850
���  in ���      -    e, neai   post ol fici .  20  roms.    all     mo lern
Inci   ling   sewer  connection.   Price  5250
White, ShiSes
AND   COMPANY.
Phone S5. 2.0 Columbia St., New Westminster, B.C.   |
I SUNBURNT CHEEKS
TURN RED WITH SHAME I
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* ARRIVED TO-DAY ���
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MEN WHO ABDUCTtD TWO YOUTnG
GIRLS ARRIVE TO COMMENCE
TWO  YEAR  SENTENCE.
LOWNEY'S CHOCOLATES
PRICES: 10c   to $1.25    a box.
'I he- 1 -.ve, qua!  .mm   ei    ol the Caviar,   Fred   Ortagu     ...     Bi ice   E1-
. . -    e   .   ���,'...'     were found guilty 1
' :   thi   crime  of abductl m,  and  sentenced to ' wo years ill P   ivincia    *
��� . i "ii ..'              .1 William)!
on Suti                           i-   ....   mi ought
here ye..;e     ...               11;        _ |     ine', ������
1 oinnii ii         heir term.
tl    m    ; ..- 11     -.-,.,.
tal   11   ...     Ueil     and
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hub       . - ������ ��� 1 ���               notion
knowh          - ��� .     ,   .
, and hail i iceal.d in
ill      11 aril,   the     1      -i.i
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intend stern    ie-
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n.stini     - should have ;    .      :
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it was    ��� .    . .       1   1
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bi     mi.   ion,   - th ��� ��� ������. -    ':������.    mighi
In nired    c    use     a   I   ilthougli
they   . "i ned  h, the       igistrate
���'    the   --   ious   ���
��� ���        aded no
I  RYALL'S DRUG STORE  j
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the White House
WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
Misses' and
Children's Dresses
in Dark Prints, Light Prints, Shambrays,
Muslin, Lawn ; in [ill sizes from 1-2 year
to 17 yeajfs. -Jack Tar Blouses in sizes up
to 14 years.
Military   Orders,
li        - . ������ order Xo. 15 is-1-
- ��� Ue it.-coi. j: c
>Vh  ���  .   con    ai lin     Six   i   n gimi tit,
Im C.  0.   R.   ;.���'. ���   Vane ' iver,
'���'���   C,   hi     ��� . r.y-.i   ni   ices   a    ly - i
ul con   anies:
i'ii-1' ii    Ordei  No. .. I, 1907, hj  di's-
'���'���'��� '    officer    ��� ommand'ing     military
niatri     No. 11 i   hereby j romulga i
Tin       - ii   tii  : ���������   tl ������  Sixth  regl-
��� m' at of the I : C mnaught's Own :
Rii      '��� '   '    C-7 will be held as foi-
j��. >-j_H.' ��� X
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275
COLUiVIBIA STREET
1
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ess:   Re\ i- w  oi di r.
ylisl     In  i       cati     lul;   sigm i.
... ....... ��� e .      ;.,,    _
at i      close   of t _(  Ins ecti
||   x'c ':' 11 offii panj
S       . lists,       -      .        foi   ..     ..  - ������
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rts to     ��� comet erl, an d   :  : ���������   rd ed   r.s   s    n   i 11
irisjii -> -.;
.'..:���   .  ' -ei). s,   ���   ���..   ;vil]   ; ���    in-
������.-!..;   ���        "."   tminster   at thi
lose ol     ii .'���   - -i    m    29th   In-
D    I   I   I      I      ago   mm    |    i^j
Great Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
I.ii.v.-.-  Dally NEW    WESTMINSTER Arrives Dailj
9:20 a m       Blaine, Bellingham, Burlington, Mt. 3:00 i> m
4:35 I'M        Vernon    Everett, Seattle,  Portland 9:55 p m
4:::^ ji in       SpoI-:ane,St.P,".ul,and all-points :ms' 3:00 p m
9:20 ii in           Anacortes, Woolley, Rockport. 3:00 p m
3:00 ]i m |                     Vancouver 9:20 a m
9:55 p in                                            I 4:35 p m
:10 a in
��� The Owl," between  Seattle,  New
Westminster it intermediate points
6:20   a in
Arrive
Leave   New Westminster  for Guichon    3:50  p. in
Guichon G p.m., Mondaj', Wednesday, Frida}'.
S:45 a.m. arrive from Guichon; 9:10 a.m. Lv, for Vancouver.
ROUTE  OF  TilK  FAMOUS "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily Overland  Trai r.s 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
].' uis   and   all   points   East.
'  For complete Information, ral s,   erth reservation, etc., call
on or :i Idress,
F. :'. MEYERS, ki  ni.
Bank ��� f Commerce Building,       -        New Westminster. B. C.
'!. M. eVDAMS, Asst. Traffic Mgr.
King Street, Union  Station,  Seattle, Wash.
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fa*K ___'; ,__'i___r____ a a__L-_ -v;.,.- __j__j5_ aaassc' -__aT_H____s__ro' _v- ���^ra^*.__a_i'in'��E*_i______^^
P  ELLISTON. Captain R. C. A.,
D. S.   \ .  M.  I).  No. 11.
In . ��� .. ith the above A and
'������'��� companh -     will        ra le    al     t'i-
iri   .   Ci      Wi   tmin     r, on .-- -
dny, April 29, i I 3 p. m.    Dn ss:  !:���
view order.
Thi     ������: ��� i     oi   nan ling  ha     '     n
"Vim, :   ��� . rove  of th    follow;nt
transfer:
Si   i-M  !. fi  - ,  the sn pei nu n   -
st to   i  ���   ". ianj.
Bj   order,
'   REVNi ���    ��S T '   '. Ca  tain,
Actin : A:lju ant.
m*mm!Mmmim;M^
Bank of Montreal p# CRAKE
TAL   . . .
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$11.00     00.00
English Watchmaker
Tremblors.
.. '������ '     In m :i;.
��� i-     it     i' '   . todaj
���   rthqualii        ck I,
ioors   from   Cr,,   Adams,   Groivr        _; .. , accordli
La.ll.      '     IV       ��� '   $12.75 in,    '
'"''���. Sliver 'Wat-he      _���   -      " '
Chi   .   . .ii. !  s .i    me. U.S.A., and Mexico Cit;       A Cen     ,'.'"$c7n.'' ��� u   liqual
'      Buslnei -   ,  ai nentien   n     Silver Watch a,   double   bave  !"' ':   ' ! '    ''     '' '    ,!l
it issued, available wltl. i m loi       a all     irts       thi        ie, $7.50 up, of Sou ;���     adjoining Ch
W.. , . ���:      r the celebrated S nth Bend   ���".-''"���    N' ���   orted,
Department,     m ��� ecelved I.        i   '      ��� and upwards,  v' ;     ' VVellman
est allowed at 3 ] er i ei I,  - er ann un  (l resi nl rate)  n Idi I
fou
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATER.
PROOF  LOGGER   BOOTS
JUST TO HANI).    [EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-oul Sale of Odd Lines eet giving away prices.
See our Window anel Door.
CiLD Cey.-TiSY SHOE
I. STEWART
Exjie lition.   All war \ nted.
Cliains, Rings, Jewelry, el -.. i   >.,
���- jl ypar- \.   I h   n pairing;    charges   reason-
"al A��sets    iver  SIRS fti n i  'H''-
J10S,000,000.i I'm
.   US r.MINSTER  BR \N'' II
D, BRYMNER, Manage!
"^ Canadian Bank of Commerce
BLACitSMiTHING.
Oper.i  House  Bookings.
May .!���A si ranger In Tow n.
May s���a Texas Ranger,
May L0���Ol I Arkansas,
May IS���Peck's Had Boy.
w*iras!a*_reHSB___s*'-.^_^
UP Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000 be pleased^to see all his old c_s__m. v ,
Pfi'd-ut. ���    .... .-.   cmr.nnnr��n        ���n���-rv.- Ft.ru!. S.^.OOO.OOU  be pleased to .see all his old custom
ers, as well as new ones     Horseshoe
HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO. I lng a specialty.
lVAI.K_.ri,  Presi t. ALEX.   LAIRD, General  Manager
Hotel   Gje.ts.
Having bought out the Blacksmith-     GUlchon-J. H. Greer, .1. i'. Wilkin
lng business of It. II. Benson, I will   W'. Sears, Victoria; (,'. i, Cornack,   _.
SHINGLE I
BRAWCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND iN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
BANKING   BY   MAIL
Busl '     '  m bo transacted lev mail  with   any   branch  of the   Bank.
mil.    10 very
H. M. KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
���
��� lie opened, and deposits made or withdrawn by
��� in out-of-town accounIs.
Vl:v'' WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R. DAVIDSON. Manager.
0PEN   SATURDAY EVENINGS, S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
WHERE TO DINE
In the
ROYAL CITY
Kenney's  Restaurant
Open All INIght
,'.  K.  V'.inkU.-, Porl  Moody;  D. Sue
.mi ! [rlen I, Vancouver,
C li.iiii.M    i.. Laurie, A.  I.. Pattersou,
T: Alexandi r, James Begg, D. R. .Mar- |
doinild,  ii. McKlnnon,  ll. MacKenzle,
J.   O.   Al.i.'Uinley.   (,'.   VV.   Sorel,    E.
(.'.'Ineiin, A, Pylson and wife, Vancouver;  Mr. anil Airs. Bangtlen, Langley
Prairie.
Windsor���James Fraser, Brandon,
Man.; T. Duke, .1. R, Lacey, C. \V.
Murray, Vancouver; M. B, McLennan,
Nanalmo; \V< J, Coleman, Seattle;
FYed Mi Donald, Seattle; M. Loweren-
son, Spokane,
The Scfiaak Machine Works,it(i.
NEW  WESTMINSf ER, B. C.
ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS
V THE   DAILY   N E W S
*
THE DAILY NEwS
p
;h��-:        the Dail     S Pub
lishing
ofl irn      of S ind   1
.-��� -'- -. N'ew Wi -��� . I   C
E    A.   Paige    Manager
In the Kitchen ���_;���: WINDSOR SALT. It is a jenous
mistake to use common salt. Use
the fine, pure \\ incisor.
160
ADVERTISING   RATES. ,_   ,��� , iys
��� ��� ���     .       ���       ��� Irertisii - . . ctory to
(������ :m -       :      ;..':.:.   .:������������:. ..!_.:.������-      ���
the   Inch       I   .       - ' l0D'    ''"
8U   ..    .. . ���   |��� ...... .,.-..-   -..     - ii,,  ing n qni   . s i
Reading notices,  bo I  fa i   W". 20   il   seems  quite  ������ thai    in;   who
cents   pei   . ni     n   .iei   or nonpa .    . , ',_
10 .''   ' ������    lin���e;     , ... .    ei    . ,t.  tion   .-. ive    i	
:        time   eonti a ts,   special   position        i Ivertislng manager       their   souls   in     itlence   yel   a   little
Notices    ol    births,   marriages   or   ongei
deaths,   50c.     Wants,   for  sales,   Io_t | _. .
"r ' b to let   etc    one cent SNIVELY   IS  DISGUSTED
I ���-��� No   .i I-.--, tis imeni   taken
.,'������-   -.
for less than 25   ��� nts..
TELEFHONES.
Day   Office    A22
Night   Office     . . B22
MONDAY, APRIL  22.   1907.
"HE    SEALI
INDUSTRY.
t.-.
Bl
foremost Am-
in I ���
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re taken ee n een   I hi
an      '���    ���    ���   n        evi   :..  - i,
about    ii    '��� ��� "...    ���   th.
... an i the Am-
ntention thi .   ex
clusive oi "i   thi    wati ��� -
o i '������ : ��� ing sea. H. im. th gor-
��� nts, bul puts the weight of
���   ���: ion iei- own. and sum- that
lelded to th.      e    i the i 1 -
ot th<  se ���   li   inds.
Refi i.i'._ to the      -   - -..-   I  ��� mi-, ��� of,
Ihesi          ees thai     n  en      e put
pelagii     ealing, he sa) s:
' The  pel igic  hunters    i ������     that
Sabbath   Breakers   Offend   Pastor   and
He   Resigns as a  Protest.
Chii   -".   A. rii   21     Disgu ��t< I   with
<;       ,.:       eople's      iand  ami n    i I
h-going ' '.  thc   ..- isui i   o   aul   -
. ii...   .".'::::_���  ,.:. i   ol hi r   I in Is    if
nitings  "ii  'ii"  s.m.m ii ii  day,
Ri -.   'I    ���   i" :-   .. Sniv. Ij resign.
-' i     if SI   i'! -   sostoms Episco-
-.iie.      .....
i I i ^   church   �� a -   i :.-     il   ~; ���
le in the i it it een
re intervals that his
���    more
.���������-.'-���.
i wealt       persons  on im-
7"      T .
��� ' -  ��� i        . In I he couni    . ���    :
r laying golf, i
enjoyin nri In
which   "1    .-���   pa ty"   sets   were   acorn, irdlng to Mr. Sn vi I
care away on Sun
"Hello   Bill."
tsure that   he manage-
.��� :.   ...-. es th. e at t
��� i -        -     m Wi Ines  aj    \pi    241.
-..    . . . js "Hello Bill," tl
��� -.-��� :... .     -   ..: ncoction ol   funn;
hum
in of Willis Goodhu    ..:.
ee years has i     I.
i i ���        shrie      with
.   ��� ���      '     tell the num     ms I mu
ei ��� Hello   Bill"   woul I
practl. ��� ������     ��� iw on ���
an the   with s ich sta    ing ra pidity as
auditor constant Ij   m> sti-
m   . iw thi   tuthor can possil
----- his characte s oul   >l the seem i
i��� .   ���     ch he has
eu       hed them.    But he does, and his
..  nn      .���   le dng - i i- said to displa;
" the in '-���   ' leverly consti uel -1
ime ii- -    rei   pr. sent. I. F n
; i -   si      m's   ���   i    im w   songs    have
een ���   .hich, it is claime I, cari-
n it     "  ex ei lied   bj   any   sin  la      i
-   thi       - i     It is heade 1
ie i minei      - ������ ���   lan    Fei linan!
I!   Ash by,  v.-! .-���       Uitj   :-   -.. ,  v ell
nown   t        qui ���   menl    a,   and   his
Ist    imakers       unprisi     such
level     ���      ���    . - ���   W lliam   H. W
iy, Roberl  Watt, Johi   B    tlett, Grei
���    ���    lai        Ca   ilyn.   Me Lean, Eliz i-
B   '        Mar;    I,    V      ,  Doroth;
'������"������:     nd  Ei hi ' Gwynn.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
Wanted    Sm irt io       M is
. ��� . |     ��� i.i    nship      >'���    ii    we.
\   .   ���      IV oi i
FOUND-V. ii te      ���   -. with
. .���'��� i. .-    t   >������ er eye.    Aj ���'���.   '������ ��������� -
GOOD   OPENING   I ���: ing   m in   "
study law at Martin a: McQ ia le'i
i  v office.
TIMBER LANDS���We deal  exclusive
ly iii tin :.    Have lai -������ an i small
tra. ts  "1.   v.-.,-er.    if  ;. iu   '���'��� ish   I
. ���   -��� sell, see me.   E. it. < Ihan I
407   Hastings  Si .  Vane mver,  B.C
FOR   SALE���Convenient 6-room
ern   residence with    large    ga
sta I    for   two   hoi se s,   etc.    Pi i ���
>;.!""   (half cash i.  Apj i,       -.-":.
Si w  Westmin -   r.
FOR   SALE    S-". lots  ...   Bn
cli isi to Can Fac irj ind i Iii its
.-��� ' . ach, Ap d) White & Shile-
City.
F
I
��AJ_ 1La*J d
JOB   PRINTING- ���>���'.    Ml
.���  Statl me r a special
'ther kind intinj
ire        _"���'!   job    .M    richi
ARROW PRESS. Daily News Block,
Mrs. Dominy. proprietor.
20 a   es close to    i on, 1*. O. and    oa    Inn ii
' i acr. s on Eburm   I Ine   with      roon    hou. e, all   pla
rge barn; onlj  2 miles I   mi cit;       Price  $4,500,  with   ti
50 acres, eleven miles from City at Station and Posl Offlc    ...  .
irn, chicken house and orchard;  parti; cleared, onl) $2,000.
77  acres  close to  Westminster Junction, fronting on Riv.
Pric- $55 per acre. 1-3 cash, balance easj  terms.
Teii acres al  Cloverdale.  Price $21 ;_er acre, with term
50 acres  near   Westminster  Junction, on    good    road,
Pi ice $20 per acre.
See our list of City Property in the ������Columbian."
HALE  &  LANE, Real Estate Agenl,
248 Columbia. St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. t.
and at CALGARY. Alberta.
300KS ARE GOING FAST. SEE
PAGE TWO.
Walton's  Disciples  Work.
Severa ing enl      iasts took ad-
',   :.  ��� line   we      ���       estei -
angl.       ..    ...   wil)   '
oth I    ni th.   Burnetti   saw   mi Is, as
I   ...   ��� he    severa     iridges   ��hich
'''������   ��� " :"'; '���>-���'���'���" '" '">���'  suppression Sma]]  &  Buckiin-S  mil,S|  ��� ,  , .
of   their   work, since it   will  only in- .,.,., , ,-.,,    _     .. . ,     ..
" the gains of a private motion- have recenth   ieen    :.   ...     . .      ..
oly.    Why should thev?"
If"  i-   quite  emphatic   In   declaring
that, if the seal herds an ed
from extermination, n ore ra ca
nei-,].- ;i es musl be a lopti i Butchen I
"ii land by the lessees ol I he i dan Is
and in the ocean by thi |ji i It hunters, the finish, he thinks, is nol I
off.    li.- says:
"Facing   Ihese  combine I   foices    iil
di - ���. ��� ir��� i iim un land and In I he sea, as
Ihe last of the fur seal herd of   .1
does today, how   much longei   befor.
i  Doily  S'arden weighing   six    ioun'1
: .   ..   dui .:.-   th.      i     t  Wei       ;..'-      I ��� :.
exhil ite i   ij S. R ishton in his win low
Columbia street.     II   ni ij   I"-  thai
->-."."   il icking    a    well  kn iwn
nagei     eci ived    it    h      Sm ill     &
I! cklin's mills    was ii  lasl  Sun I
- pi   -i in)   aw ,i.    mi   feai   of   a   like
rai   -...
i's  total  extinction   will  take    pi ic
Does any reader of the Clobe believe
ii will ie<- much longer?
"In view of the>e facts, would it nol
1"- wise, humane and merciful for the
British and American governments fo
unite at once In a plan of mutual con
Traffic   Increases.
Bellini ham,    April    21.���Passi ngei
... fie has increased so mui h imi  i he
Bi .. ngh .in   Bay   ev   British Columbia
. aj  ihat i;  is likely the i ia I will
in  fe.'.   il  an)   < a irsi ms  this  yea
declan s Superintendent If. B. P ilgi
Moi.    oiling  -; i .   Is  nee l" i   iy ..
line and Superintendent Paige will ri
commend   the purchase    of    im.
TENDERS.
Ti:. ��� . - ��� . ...--. inning
refri shmen    ' ioth,   aft.   noon    md
evening     t Q ��� ��� n's   Pa ..    .'���! ��� ���   Day,
el -.  1907, will    -
i   .-*-'���'   ip to six  o'i
������'������-. Vpril  24,   1S07.
W. N. CARTY.
Tenders Wanted
For Stumping1 and grubb-
ihg a portion of land at Xew
Westminster.
For information apply to
A. T. MORROW,
B. C. Distillery.
Xew Westminster.
FOR    SALE '      i;    7
i ��� im ho ise, close in, $1,100: "
bouse     lose I    Bridge, $1,700  Whiti
,\: Shiles, Colum da streel
FOR SALE- A sm ill island .
��� tl  13 aci es, i   ise to Ni s   \\'i .-���
minstei  city, Can be nsi I I
site.      For    particulai -     ... ��� '.���     I ���
Gunderson k Aum  - ..   n
V\*i   tvoul'd like, i: possible, I
mgements with so      p
a   "��� mu   mi   take   'ii"   leli^   i
for us this summer, elth. r by 1
ti   in or so much per ton foi    elivery.
Columbia  Cold St irage. Gd-S7
*��>.-- �������������������������������������������������������������� ����������������������������������������������������������������� .^f
.The Fishing Season
{ has now commenced.      I  have son
* splendid   new   lines   in   PBSMlfNtj
��� TACKLE, Rods, Lines and  Reel .
J   SHOOTleNG���Call  and  inspect my  fin? stock  of guns,  new and
��� hand.
��� EiCYCLES���of the latest patterns fcr siic and to hire, bot    f
^ and gentlemen.
^ New   Keys  made:   locks   fitted;   knives,  axes, 6aws  s,. -,
��� ground   and   sharpened.
NOTE  THE  NEW ADDRESS.
FOR SALE-- I lots in Burn ib). i ose
to the Vancouver car line, Sl So.
Several large lots on Eij
and near can factory, Burnaby, $>>fi
to $80 each. WIHT1-: i- SHILKS
Columbia street.
|   GEO. R. SPECK
��� TRAPP BLOCK. TRAPP BLOCK.
������������������������������������������������������*�����������������������-. ���������������������������������������. ���������������**����^ v
SECOND -HaND JUNK STORE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID pOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND      ARTICLES.
s
prmg yDuitin
BE(iBIE STREET
Plinni! 214
. ujuinen i   ' .1" purchase    ol     an i
ion   in  and joint   control    of this   ,,��� ������ ,.U(. al    . .. ,   ia   , ng( , ,.,,,..,,,...
business  of killing  fur seals on    the   ,,    lf . ....   -   .    . 4-      g  . l:iliy
Prlbylov Islands and on the high seas,    ,, .,..,.,.    ,,.,,,,,. , , t;.. ,:,.r. as   ;vas
so  thai   all   nrivafp in.oroa.o ov,.,ii
hal   all  private  Interests shall  be        ^T   r"y''"'" '
^-.m letely   eliminated   now  and   for- , ' '     '   '   ''     '"': ,an     * '
ever  from  thai   business? another locomotive.    Ii"
"if  the  two  governments   would   so     ' ' " '"  ""'  lack  "f lh'"- e1uiPmenl
unite and   give  thai   -i, ill   ��� ,cleus  of ' ''"   Pa'Se'   "'"   lrain   thal   !" "i"   ���
fur seal life now in existence a respite '     ^    '    ' """'"'        *'een l;'   in:
msm __________���     __________���
������.sy*?-. tWmt
mi  slaughter  on  the  Islands  of St.
(Jeorge and St, P_ul, for say, ten or
tv ��� ���'��� ���. - e us. then the history of the
.- ���.- ��� Ru ---11111 decline an I restoi ation
(     ��� |.;-    .laskan hei I would n   i   t i
self.    In   1S3.   less  th in  6	
I'ur seals were in exist, nee In the
p i i) .ii, islan i . All killing wa ��� -
I'i ndi d   in   I he   Islands  sa \ e    a
��� h i     iinl   sm i il   mali     seal      .'.: nail
for natives' food  ti]   lo  IS4I-10.    Th  n
it  v as  . "   !���.-'��� 1   an !
ei nducte I, so I hal   In   1 OT-M i an   in-
ii ial   catch  of  GO,   to .SO,noi
mali        i    sa fely tal en nji to the
n   the cession of   \laska
e ill any i ���.- nl 'it' the am  i  I !i
��� at.   'en   the   bree lin?      onnri
FOR   PURER   POLITIC-.
J     . .   \\ i i.    ill .. :.
��� foi    the Cai      .....    .
������.:'.'. .1- . i   Mill.
id  thai
he i     i    i       ��� -. .    ���-..
..Mil.'...
......    i .   il.
"."������.'���
VOU . . i   i ��� i
public   nu  ...
d ��� em    -        ij.on :      r-ei     ,- eli
ment,   the   civil     i   ,-ici     would     be
greatl) . In i       icter and
lcir>ni   . nde    n len. ������ ...   chai -
. ���  ��� lhl     ���    materially ad\   :.<������ I,
��� .       d iie j :     el admlnisi i a-
lion   anel   high  po itlcal   d ibate    upon
bi ia'd   m ..   Hon    ol   p ill ���    and   prin-
cipl "".'.in" the f hief business
;i"     im n  and  people.
summer   will  not
���   at
G
.cond-Hand PIANO!
ORGANS,    RANGE'.,    STOVES.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,   ETC.
Rushton & Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE
We also do  all  kinds
of   genera!   repairing.
Sign   Mar.   on   Wheel.
1 - . imbia St, New   .'     I.   aster
Phone _7..
minster Im Wor'is
QBN'ERAL M v .  . .      AMJ  I'.MJIN.
Vi UKK.
siiei- i-".:i rm .',  nml  ft, _na
STRl '"I'I RAI. IRON rtUKK,
Ornamental   I   id    . ors    inci i mm,
I'..-/.i ... ��� tes, i'.i���- .- se ipes, t;M.
Mall orders and correspondence In
vited.
JOHN REID,
BBOBIK _i KJ__JT.
New Westminster. i'. U. ��������
FIRE ALARM    I i.XES
��� .'       I  1-    ty
L      ��� ''���:���   ,    \.
l^L' 'J_ ���^''."v^-T"������  __
1
Oxfords
���_-__________________Piv_
ARE
RIPE..
Just Arrived one of the   Largest   and  mostj
complete stocks in JDritisn Columbia
SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER. $5.00 UP
OVERCOATS TO ORDER. S17.00 Lp|
Satisfaction ^naranteed or  money   refunded.     Suits  K^'pt  in  rep
ircc ii I charge for one year.     Open evenings.
THE
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR
2,57  FRONT  STREET
Cor.   McKenzie   and   Front
M. LANGTRY
Of vast Importanci Is the confer-
e i ce which i- :.i : tke place tomorrow
"in mini rs and opi ratora of the
i ' fields of Crow's N'esl and Alberta. Unless they come to an agi ee -
menl the governmenl will be forced
bj ��� i. ,i lounl public need, to lake
he i   ieral lon of   he mines.
i   did not in i"l the Imperial Budge)
us  thai   British  trade  was
; . mdll inn; ample e\ I-
h    facl  mu .    . .-ii forthcom-1
Follow i:i'; i.i tin- in al ion and   i . .
bei nf the fli '��� alarm   oxe_ In I he (Itj
5   Asylum.
������:    Ro; al Cit;   Mill
7- -Carnarvon hii     i   nth,
8 11<i>al aventi       .    i.i  hth.
9 I. ifth avi a-.-  and "��� well a.
12   sm   Uary'i .Hospital.
i ,    Sei ond an i Parl< Rov .
1 !   -Columbia   nnd   Dui      n
1".    Sapperton.
1":   Qui en's   a en  e an I   Sixth.
2 i        .. .1 a venue and Second.
2."   i'ii'li  avenue an I   Fourth.
26 Fifth avenue and   E ?hth,
27 Thir.I avenue and Tenth,
m_    \-,: .- nnd Sixth.
34- Schaake Machine  Works,
35���Columbia an :  Mi K
1
OXFORDS are making their appearance
everywhere.    The man who r*s foot comfort
will get his feet inside of a pair as soon as he
pi - iibly tan.
Ti:1 :,v!c. are voi'y ti'-.tiirl.some this year. We
have them in all the leading makes, viz:
The "Walkover"
The "Invictus"
The "Warwick"
The "Packard"
Etc., Etc:.
They are made of PATENT COLT, VICI KID,
GUN METAL, RUSSIA TAN, CALF, CHOCOLATE
COLOR KID, and other choice leathers.
Prices from $2.50 to $5 pair
"Ike
IQYAL BANK of CANADA
CAT-HAL  AND   RESERVE.
TOTAL   ASSETS
$8,290,000
45,400,000
Eighty- '    '.  -, with Corn      ir ...
the. world. 	
SAVINGS   BANK
o\'i: DOLLAR opens an   i count.   Interest ai  led I
time, a yea'-.    !���'-..-'.  io da; .
EW WESTMINSTER   BRANCH ���
r. B. LYU    Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENII     3. .   T  ' O'Cl
^������* .-���������������������������������* ..���*<���������<>���     ��������������������������������������<>������������������..������.,
* Established 1887 i���,.���, rated ,,���, J
I Gilley Bro5. Ltd
WhoSosaSe and Retail
DEALERS  IN
���    WELLINGTON     LUMP    COAL
��
*
*���>
WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
A,ND  PEA  COAL.
*    COMOX COAL AND COKE.
���    CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAI
%    VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CE-
MENT.
New Westminster
This   celebrated   Cement   is
* '������',; oi nearly all large contract-
* 01   in tin  Pr .-. ince
* ROSEBANK  LIME.
_______________________________________���
| Tciephosics: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 *
MANITOBA   V/OOD   FIERI
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTEI
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and      MANTE
BRICK.
I rom the' Clayburn I Ha; I
SEV/ER   PIPE,   DRAIN     T!Lu
SAND, CRUSHED  ROCK.
���V.
I ,     -AV.  APRIL  22.   19C7.
II K   DAILY   N K W
:t__TO**"
0___Mi
THE
)*He��v}��i'**i ��.>��  ,��������>������������.���     ���<'*��4��r��4����<;��*������������*����.��
CASH
NEWS
������������������*�����������������������������
���������*���������������������������������������������,���*���������������������
��� ���
*������*������������ ��� �����������������������������������,
Women's   Suits
At Remarkable Reductions
\,,m twenty-flve suits are   redi i   prices    average    one-third
"ilar.    The colors are     greys    speciallj     checks'     and
laids, plain vicunas anl  broadcloth* in othei  colors.
\ -a, ���   . iriety nf models���Kton Jacket, Sei l-Fittin_ Jacket an.l
��� Fitting Jacket, ut which some ar.- trimmed   ,> Ith    raid
velvets, eli'.     .Mai     of the skli ts an
���i .--li anil in good e- en |ii ion     i| ti'idal    ��� :
oil  in  faultless mannei.  and n        eason ilinu
ces is the fai
irllll ers' H mi;']"-.
mu"  of  tin-  i'ii $12.50,   $15.00,   $17.50,   $21.50   lo
V lues   $16.50 to   | 17.50,
Cul   ���' -   n .  Pol   1': ints.     Rin ;      (J<       ���   Lavery, of Kan    io    , is in
rid 'florist.   'Phone A1S4. be   citj   visiting   Ills   brother,   A    1..
La vi
The  Mission    eand   connected   with
St   Andrew's   Presbyterian  church   is      ,!:   several   of   iJie     cltj      Sundaj
. ., ,;. ��� . pn ,       nmeni In   Sl ;' '"]>- special collections were made
....     fu   |, yesterdaj on behalf of lhe famine   I   n I
.'. the sufferers in China.
The citj i ouncil meets this evening. ,
W. I-:, i I'Brien, who for i he i>asi few   j
Just a Few Specials
rema  iin n our G ea   Sah   o1   las    ����� i tese M all
linen ���> ��� .���������    il  IB and - ' per cenl  reductions.
H"  I \ "1:11 V Go-C i'.    ,  Ca     ige '   \\ e ha r< villi al
latesl    mprovements,   rubber  tires,   ball   bearlni m
brakes, chilled steel frames, automatic   drop-heads     o    $4.95      And
whii; aboul a Sideboard, with bevelled English plate mirror bac k and
beautiful)) carved doors and   lillasters, a magnificent  ; I furnl
ture, for $19.50? Worth double the money,
���Mayoi  Ke trj  ��iii occupj  the elevated
| John A. Lee'v. Furniture Emporium
rrom hia   rtays has been the guest of his brother,   {
indispositioi S' 0'Brien> '"' "'" Bank '"' Commerce   ^_
start, lias returned home.
j    DUPONT   BLOCK.
NEW   WESTMINSTER. B.   C.
Phone  7)
Mrs
A.  I.   Lavery, accompanied  bv      ,,   ��� ,. , .   , ,     .,
Owing  in sllghl  damage In  the Ice  ���
ion  \\ ilfre I.  I��� ��� 11   vestei dm   foi   a
moiuh's \ isii     -    ���      . ir..in-. Mi
el      John  Marl In, Vei mm.
and
In tin nut  on  Satui'ela
Cei    ���    .\ Ilium . .    ��� .     kn iw u    as
m ren hi        . liniin-
'              cl Capl    Pltieinlrl
di i-   -   : .     i    , in con
.i   \ . -    M u r -
il   im. en   \U\    li   10.
during  the winter months,  the C   P   *
K   steamer  Beaver  is  laid  >iii  al lhe
.   inks   in onler thai  a new   pi npi ���
\\ heel ma.-,  lee- fixed    The l>oai \\ ill be
in commission again shortly. *
Owing  iei i he' a|i,ii oach of   -uinnier,  ���
eul   i mus in the    �����   tn i .ei e   once
In. croakin.       hoard j *
'Hit   i ii"  land,  and   i esl lent -   In   lhal
-FOR   THE
SMART NEW
LEATHER GOODS
RECEIVED THIS WELK
Purses    \  aove .i .-,   .i,   \   -   ,  , .,,
���-M-1   small .  ; i : idi     J5c ���...
���   Purses, medium e        with   han I   -' md   fou
Se ;il $1.75:   Walrus $2.50.
1  Knvel ',"���  Purses, with     iu I  icnt    ami
$4.00.
Pui    s,  .\-:.  :i ,'       four i on    .     n nl    Si   I
���
m Sea! I' ��� and sh-e! rl,
ni   I.".etli'-i   I' mi -. ���       rii
will li ild purse, glo\e ndken
ii-  $1.50.
il  i line   Hums,  blac i tan_   $1.25 an i $2.00.
we lew
Dress Gc^ds
light and in I   \\       ed in
-
\\ ,'i sted   Si,:.- ides  i
in inufacl ...      ��� '     "il    nchi      i   le.    $1.75 yard.
nd   '��. mm-   ' ii   Vw .ni      I Inchi     Vi Idi    n om
...'...,- , $1.25  an !  $1.00 yard
i i ...    c i    Rl Blm     .-.     Hrown.  al
������    i  hei    .- i   lusl 50c  yard.
.       ���  en   ind   Im.i .'  '    ri I, ."il
S200 yard.
i' oi n 11 y a ri' com p
ilajoi- C      ��� ..is urging     ��� '    '"     ;l    "ii;li:   ""   "' l':'111"   **
i' visil       ihe . m tu of the no
...
���   ' - in ('oinniii ce in
lone    ' i
:   ' '      ' '"'   V>   ' i,!v   reach   Xe_    Wesl
Him i-siinia        cost of the 1
Tin- partj of (J. N   !, - -iiii
Sl     !' ���    .   ' i   ' I'ii..    ^
. ��� i in Seal li   .. esterdaj.   ^.
i lay.    The  party  will  cai
.       , ,.   ,      fiillj  look Into pi    .    od impi ovemenis
���     ���������������������������������������������������
���
WORKING MAN
Lorn Brand
.   .,   |av ,1f;(,,._ along 'li" couiitry through which thej   ���
un ,        eeing "'"' ���
'  ���'    '        Three v,  ���   ,���,  ���, ���  s(alempn,   ,���.,,,.   ,,
'': !     -   '    : '      "   '<'      '���''������'���  have ,    i,,,e,;l!   man   yestei.da^   afternoon    ���
'      '       ' '   ���"    Sll,lrli'  ���   VIa>   :'- I" tin    smallpox   epidemic  al   Barnel   Is
wh,ch '    '       "";'1" w,�� ,;l'" !>'���<" mn   as    ,,���,,    .,.,   .,:   rirsi   r,  lone,!   f.
Po    .   -   i ........ .          ....    !l0 |  ;-, onlj   three   cases   of   a  mild     nature   #
: .     ;    .,..,!..   ,   ���  .             Davis   & ;"''"u  under Ire itmenl  al  Ihe preseni
I', time.    There Is absolutelj  no danger  +
of   the   disease     spreading,     as    the
-������-1     of patients are all quarantined .                   ���
'> ������''���                           ed in io a consul- +
lation on Satnrdaj     1 the 1          ,|  S. "   ia   Papeete.!   thai   the  Rev.  .1   S
:,;.,,     |.,      1    s.. t. wli      -   ��� nth He"(le,-S��n. l>residenl of the Westmin
I
rfi red   n
1 hi     lefi
ster  Lacrosse club, will call
Ing "i  i he club this week, ai
Black Bib Overalls,
Big 11
75 cents per pair
Blue and White Striped Overalls,
Big Horn Brand,
75 cents per pair J
Heart,Spade and Diamond Overalls
Big Hum Brand,
$1*25 per pair ���
Finck's Blue Denim Overalls, \
$1*25 per pair #
;���::;;;; J Finck's Jumpers,   -      $1.25 each ���
nol   i- iry. "the    In- a ""w'd'roblo amount of business (o Cf,.^/!   P.��,vl.orvi   Pnnfn
,     till showing favorable pro- I,n 11,ten(ie'l to, and also to receive the ���    OLliped   Ulllg^naill   UOatS,
'    ;1   "hn   ' '��� ������ -:-���-''i:'"' ^,]''::'\'Vh:'u:]::.:::!'','!'': 'Z""' ��� Big "Horn Brand,
'"il   IIM.
B-  C  A.   I.   A.  i iin.  hel I  in  Van-
T.H.SMITH
,    ����_   <��� JL   __i._ ���   Jar..-*   -__.     Ja    :.,-     .Jt.��    J7-.   .  ..
couver    A full meeting of the execu    ^
Thi' basi 'nil! maicli yt Qneon's     u [jVe Is desired.
was    I lie     firsl ^
. i. ...          .     ,|   ihe  season     Onlj   a Saturday's  police drag  nei   brought
-  ���   -   ���               le an   ii   naged to   '"   :1"'  citj   lockl1"   two   f,,H'"'"     ln"   *>
I,    .,���   ., , , ,    .         .,��� |   .,,,.   miss|n? ebriates, one a Japanese and the other
n ��� n   .'.'   ���                             Inti rmedl ite :' siw:isl1-    Tllr Indian still tarries al   ���
���   ���  , ,      ,        .,, the coop, bul ih" Japanese wi_s allow-   #
ll      isn il   learn    mai I   to  '"' "''' "" s:' ',;nl yesterdaj  aften :i
.  .,   n,e   -.-                  sonn thins         ��� ' ' '      ': "         searching for Iho man   ���
������-.���������  ����� ..                 -|-m,,    ,;..     .,,,,,, who  supplied  the  Indian with   liquor
clod tl e    i inion I   ��� .���       times. Mr- ;""1   Mrs-  CraIe    "f  Vancouver,   ���
spenl   Sunday  In  Ihe city, the   .ie
'l    ���l;:'                ms were noticed '��� ,i  \j.   !ln(|  Mrs. J. I.   Mclnnes.
lice     ��� - ���    ....   afti ��� ii . ..:  enj i .         .
long drl ;botl le.
Wclntosl     ii ms SOLDIERS PARADE.
i ran thu
if  India                   .       ; Volunteers   Listen  to   Special   Sermon   ^
ed.     lie    pi Ry   Rev.  J.   S.   Hrndcrson.
��� '  -   ���
iTiire                    .                if the Hin Hi    led by the Piper   ban I of Van-
1    v    -                                        ��� couver, nhoul oi        indred men of A
75 cents each *
Black Denim Coats, *
Bi.U' Horn Brand.
90 cents each
Grey Denim Coats, *
Big Horn Brand, *
$1*00 each |
ALL UNION MADE  !
<���
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
|    NEW WESTMINSTER     j
l-Msi'iMPf   :4_?__-->/_i_a-^i___.ti_eia___?tr.'.i_^.*_r5wwr?r^---.;:-r-c^-.v���-
li  C. O. il.. paraded
i ���    si.    .ndi ew's    church     ye tei la;    *
morning,   when   ���'.     Rev, J.  S.   Hen-
_7C1     >.iV-  'T _*.��� -  -j'e* -
t.. .-. .J   Vfv'      iv..!   %_.;
Park
- iiiver Car Li i
$3200
$2500
$1SOC
$1050
$ IJ 7 '��� ���
S1GOO
$1050
i the din      in   a���d B c en
m       ... ��� .. ,     ��� ..
tmigu tie of thei       nd he named
'    Vancouver.    The chief  Is
elieve in Ihe    b'rson dollvere.     i   eloquent    ermon
:i .-���  ban - ' ubjccl    |iecl chosen foi ..
i e cas'on:   "l-'.eeii ��� ���       . ���     Ji
Fe>i   his  text   in-  chose    I        ,
. ords:   "A   good      ..'iii' r    of    ���!'   fl -
i 'In Ist."   Tl inker pn      ed li      -     ���
�� ii li .i reflect lon upon  I    ��� ���   il
omel Inn     :. adc I lia    I i in
.   ���   . ncliufil Iowa
ind alarn'i    had been so indcd
In the princi
e   prince ol     ��� i' N'owh   In
h ���  Bll I"  e\ .i-.  lhi re    tm      i otnman I
talnsl  '!:������ ni ilntnin n�� ol a   n
i ���. 11 ��� -:   i '. ��� ��� 111: ���,. i ��� i ��� . e f 111, i i 11' i i 11
!.  bul on   i        ither 1  md,   f
���      Masti      had    ifini     i    '.   mllii ary I
���      11      -. '.     I       1,    '  ���   :    11;  ���
amis.
' ni .. '      en    . inn  I
���   ' i fn miry I
��� ��� e\ ���     ���   .   i "i'i- I by Hi" mill
i ::i.     though Irlt ol
r If     r_f"OT Ml'MiP    '      '!''   'i:'' "' ,:'    Dominion   Ho then
sis Kr\_ I _iW_VI\ ,:
IEL     I/L_/I      i./"i..iv(J ntionod in lhi   opening part
: ;     oi... in     i he fl        vas t he i nn
LLIPS
. i . . . .   ��� ������
(.'.     ii      R,      , ������      ,
m      nbiaii
I'l'ilaj-,    the
..  |.     .        .    ' ���       il  Park,  being
Itill! ��� .,'
\    i   ���      ���
'
I'nion   .' Hawed
Kn  llsh  ���
i -. ,
:'     .  :  iwi n.   coi
I acl
Itawlli     ..   ':,    Wll-
. 1  .  ��� I.I      , ! ���
Stun       Haml
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\\    I nili unions.
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
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Lawn
owers
McLEOD, MARi
'The Farm Land Specialists,"
���0.
New  Westminster
.���WEDDING    GIFTS^.
.   I  difficult  i" decide  on a   ui ab    arl cle f. ��� '    '
o, all iw us t e offer a few - tg ;estioi
n Cut Glass   Water Bottle,   Sail    et,   Vase,   Bowl,  Na]
Sterling Silver unit SHIver-Plated Goods
, 4c.;  TeaS t,   Salad  Bowl,  Soup   fui    a, Pudding
W.
C
��� Jar, B itter D
Chamberlin.
I. B ' ��� ''��� '���
The leweler
[ BEST LAWNS _
Ave Made by Using
llikj
Toronto   Parks
L
H 6RAS,
For Sale Only at
CURTSS'
DRUG STORE]
0W is the time to begin to use a Lawn Mower.    We
have mowers adapted to all kinds of cutting. Our
mowers will cut higher grass than any other mower
on the market. They have an adjustable roller, adjustable
rion or ca -     im, the  pcond was cut!ei" 1 '.'ir, adjustable boxes, adjustable height of cut. We
I,  rrnturlon  of Jerusalem    who    was   |,;;vc, high wheels and low wheels;   2, 3, 4 knives.
preseni   al   the  -rtielfixion,  Ihe   third
was a  centurion of Censarea    ni i S r f:      OUR      STOCK
Coi ni 'iu ������ hile the fourth was .Itiluls,
v. iiii imi charge of t he Apost le Paul
while the latter was a prisoner, and
who showed him many kindnesses, I imiird
ia  concluding an  eloquent  sermon,
il".   pastor   said  thai   lo  be   a  _>>od  ~~~ ���"    ~ "~���
soldier,   a   man   must   be   kindly  dis-    m^^^mmm^m~m^m^-^~-mm^mm^-m^mmm^mm^m^
pi  ' I,    gentlemanly,    high    minded,!
'i art eons   and  a   believer In  prayer. I
Unless a man's Christianity was deeply rooted, i'   woul i soon  be knocked
'oul of in in in the army, as tbal was
in. place  for  shams Of anv  hind,  but |
a true Christian would only have liis
piety deepened by serving his country
as a soldier,
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
2:5 cents per pound.
BOOKS   ARE   GOING   FAST.   SEE
PACE TWO.
Headquarters
for   ...    .
ERFECT
ANTRIES
A.   HARDMAN
McKENZIE STREET   -   OPPOSITE LIBRARY
P. O. Box 248
_r'.
Telephone 302
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THE  DAILY   N EWS.
MONDAY, AiT.''
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the  Daily  Mews  Tub- In the   Kitchen���use  WIND-
lish  ig   i ompanj    Limited,   at   their SQR   SALT       j,  ���        tcnoU5
offices,   corner   oi   Sixth   and   From ��j_����
streets, New Westminster, B. C. mistake to use common salt.    Use
the fine, pure V. incisor.
E.   A.   Paige    Manager 160
ADVERTISING   RATES. ,,,���  U) other  ways;   ,������  ��� [s  ,���������.  .,���.
Transient    display    advertising.    10 ,esg  satisfacton   ,,,  have thi   official
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 line,    o        ..      ..          , ,          . ,
the   inch.     Five   cents   per  line   for confirmation,    John   Bull is   doing a
sui sequent insertions.
big business and is making niqney, so
Reading notices, bold face type, 20  it   seems quite certain  that   any  who
cents   per  line, brevier or nonpareil,   wish ,,, have him  ,.,...,;���  hl tne fol)y
10 cents per line. protection   will   have    to    possess
For   time   contracts,   special   posi-;       ' '
tions, apply to advertising manager. their souls in patience yel a little
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or longer.
deaths,   50c.      Wants,   for  .ales.   lost I  .
or found, rooms to let  etc., one cent sNlVELY  IS DISGUSTED
ijer   word.     .No  advertisement  taken
for !< >s than 25 i entsj
���_~.-~���,~~.^~~^^���^.-.-.-^^^^^.   Sabbath   Breakers   Offend   Pastor  and
TELEPHONES. He  Resigns as a   Protest.
"Hello   Bill." CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
It is with    leasure that the manage-   Wanted���Smart office boy.   Mus
men   an;  rnnces the appearance al I good   [lenmanship.      ..".    a    weel
opera ho  -���  in Wednesday, Vpril 24th,        Apply   by   letter    only.    I'   ���'.
��1  ill ��� joll;    - i cess "Hello Bill," tha   ,      "ni("'  Cit-V' "'
extreme!;   funnj   concoction of  funny   FOUND���White     fox     terrier,     .'
in---   in. -   humorous   situations   from      brown spot over eye.    Applj   News
the facile pen of Willis Goo Ihue, wbi< h ,    ''""' '
for i.i-- pasi three years has made the   GOOD   OPENING to.   young   man   to ,��� BCpeB n|1 ,,,,���,������ ,-���. n,���,  wilh   ..,,���������  ,,���,,,,,   .,,,   ;i|a,
p"t!re   ...    in   country    shriek     with      study law al  Martin & McQuarrie'!    |arge barn; oniy 2 ,, s rrom city.     Price  $4,500.  with   terms     ___
laughter.    To tell the numerous funny i    'an  office. 'el"
,,,   ,. ..   .... ,,     ....... , ,   , .mi acres, cloven miles from City al Station ami Posl Office-   ���
situations   ot      Hello   Bill     would   be   timrfr  i ANns���.v     I,.  ;  ,..<���' !-���  . ' '    -
TIMBER   LAINDS���Wo  ,h\,I   cm . ,.-,.        -,.,,.���    ,. , it-|...-n  house and  orchard;   pari I',   cleared, onlv $2,000.
practically impossi de, they follow one ,y ,��� u,���,���,,.    M;m, ,arge and SI1:
another with such startling rapidity as I trails  on   water     If  you   wish   to "~  aci'es  close' to  Westminster .Tuiiction, fronting on River   \
"   keep the auditor constantly mysti- !)1IV ,,,. se]i  see m(.    E *R  Chandler, ''''''" *55 Per acre' ' :; r:ls!l' halance easy terms,
lied as to how the author can possibly |1)T  Hastings Hi..  Vancouver,  B.C. GO acres al  Cloverdale,  Price $21  per acre,  with terms,
20 ai  ��� -  close I > sell :ol, sl ition,  P.  O.  and  I oal
i
gel his characters oul of lhe seemlngl)
F"OR  SALE    Convenient 6-room  mod
Day   Office
Night   Office
A22
g&qssu
B22      Chicago,   April   21.- Disgusted   with
society and   people's  abandonment   o��
i church-going for thc pleasure of auto-
niobillng,  golfing and  other  kinds  of
���  ������������������������������������   countrj  outings on the  Sabbath day.
MONDAY. APRIL 22.  1907. Rev. Thaddeus A. Snively resigned the
������^��������������������������� | rectorship of St. Chrysostoms Kpisco-
THE   SEALING   INDUSTRY. pal church, 514 Dearborn avenue,
,,,,,.                            I lis   church   was  one   of   ilu-   m is!
Helm   \\ . I-Jlioii. ilie liin-niosi  Am- '	
fashionable in iin- cit v, Inn n has iieen
(-.-.. an  aii, ii i ii i \   on  the  I ir seal,  has        , . ;      ,       , .
only  ai   rare Intervals  ihut   his  news
��� -i  ,i   long leiiir  in  lhe   I oroino ,  .
i ' n'anieil    ai anv     un-   sen I co   innre
ill" -   in   ��hich  he  gives a  most  in- | ,,
ng   hlstorj   o
uegoi i.i; i iii-
than a   few   dozen   representative
iiie  300  weallhv  persons  on  a    i nn-
��'lil       have :: n  place  between   the   mmXm  ���g|   nl-':;7-      Thev hle  awaJ
Briti . ..n! American governments L spem, t))e dflV ,n thp country, elther
ai,em the Alaskan seal fishing, In the 0]1 ailtomobfle trips, playing golf, or
matters of pelagic sealing and the Am- enjovinR sonle sports ,,��� i pastimes In
e'ean contention thai they hail ex- wh]cl) ..houae |i;lllv-- sets were ac.
elusive jurisdiction over the waters customen- according to Mr. Snively, to
of Behring sea.    II" blames both gov-   (1],lve (|nl, ,.,,,,, .,���.., y ,,��� Sunday.
ernments,   bul   puts   the   weight     of 	
blame  upon his own. and says thai   ii Walton's  Disciples  Work,
yielded to the pressur ' the lessees      several fishing enthusiasts took allot the seal islands, I vantage of  the   tine   weather  yester-
Referring to the preseni  demand of: riaV|   .,���,,   .,������,,.,,  ,,���.   ,,���,   wi|v  ,,,������_
"���'"'"  lessees "l:"   : "''  '"'   I""   t0   loth from the  Burnette saw mills, as
pelagic sealing, he says: j aiso from ,,,,. severa,   brldges  which
"The pelagic hunters    retorl     that L,.08S the  Blirnette    ,.;,.,.,,    A,     the
they will not agree to any suppression   Sn]a]1 &  QuckUn<s raiils,  few angler.
of  their  work, since it   will  only  in-   .���������,., ,,,,   aKhongh several fine troul
crease ,l"' gains of a private' monop-   ���.ive ,,,,,,,,,,,,   ,,,���.,, ,an,  ,llt.ri.  ,���,,,
oly.    Why should they?" L   Doi)v harden weighing six  pounds,
ll- is quite emphatic in declaring Which during the pasi week lias been
that, if Hn' seal herds are to be saved exhibited bv ri. Rushton in his window
r,'oni extermination, more radical bn Co|Umb!a Btreeti It nilv be that
measures must be adopted.   Butchered   the   sevei.e   lluck|ng   .,    vvell known
on land by the lessees or the Islands   managei,  ..eceived  ,,,   ;ll���    s ,    &
and in the ocean by the pelagic hunt- hmcklin's  Ib���waa it  lasl  Sundav-
ers' the  li,,isl1'  !l1' ll,i,lks-  is  nol   '��"���   kepi   manj   awai   to   fear   of    ;e
"���''���   He says: [catastrophe.
"Facing  these combined   forces    of'
destruction on land and In the sea, as
Ihe last or the fur seal herd of Alaska
does   today,   how    niui-li   longer   before
impenetrable maze into which he has
enmeshed them. Hut he does, and his
���i.i nn -.- or doing so is said to display
one of tlie> mosl  cleverly construcl ��� I
presented.   I'm' ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
ihis   season's   tour  new   songs    have TOR SALE -Several ens in Burnaby,
been secured which, it is claimed, can- close to Can Factory and Citj limits,
not   be  excelled   by  any   similar   or-j     .:< 0   each.     Apply  White   &   Shili
ganization on  the road.    Ii  is headed City,
bv   ihe eminenl   comedian,  Ferdinand	
li   Ashby,  whose  ability   Is   too   well J0B  PRINTING   -Saw   Mil!   and   I ir
known   to   require  mention,   and   bis tor>' Stationery a specialty.    We do
assistant   .unmake. _    comprise    such aI1  other kinds ;,:' printing, ai I
clever pi leas:   William  II   Walms- ' :"'   a   -'""'   J"''   a!    :l"''
by, Robert  Watt, John Bartlett, Gren ARR0W PRESS' D*^ News B:'JCk'
vilie Janu   . Carolyne  McLean,  Eliza- M,s' D0"1'"/' proprietor,
beth   Brlner,   Mary   l.e-  Vere,   Dorothj
Mien anel Ethel Owynn,
50 acre's near Westminster Junction, on    good    road, ea
em  residence with    large    garde n,   Price $20 per acre,
stable  fe;-   two  horses,  etc.    Price
$3,400   (half   cash!.   Apply   bos   5! I, See our list of City Property in the ������Columbian."
New  Westminster.
HALE & LANE, Real Estate Ag
te Agent,
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
and at CALGARY. Alberta.
TOR   SALE    l-room   hou e,   '
���iioin house, close in, $1,100;
����� > �������� �������������������������������������������������������������� .����������������������������������������������4^>4>>
|The Fishing Season!
���        i. . ... t
:: in e, close to Hia'.I.e. $1,700   Wh        *
BOOKS   ARE   GOING   FAST.   SEE      &  s^i;es. Columbia street.
PAGE TWO.
has now commenced. i nave some
splendid new lines in FISHING
TACKLE, Rods,  Lines and   Reel .
TENDERS.
FOR SALE���A small island con
aboul   15 aci'es, close to X--.\   Wes
ininsM-r cit v. Can                            i         ��� ,    ,.,,.,,-,.      , ���                              _>_!_��� ������                                                 a
��� EiCYCLES���of the latest pattern,  fcr sale and to hire, both for ladies _
site.       i- or     particulars     applj      to   i I
^^^                                          J nnd  gentlemen.                                                                                                 :
^   SHOOTING���Call and  inspect my fine stock of guns, new and second   ���
_> u. _ _ _
���
hand.
         ���
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We would like, if possible, to make   ���   ground  and  sharpened.
Gunderson ^ Aune's grocei
Ten lers I u . iie privilege of running
refreshment   booth,   afternoon   and i^ijjjmh
evening,   il   Qi n's   Park    May   Dav,   arrangements with some part;   ownti i   ���
Eridav, Hay 10,  1907   will be received   a   "'""  '"   ,ak"   the '1,'"v"r   ol ���
b:    'i- undersfgne  to six o'clock,   for "s this summer' elther !,y "::" ":   ���
Wednesday, April 24,  1907. team '"' s" rauch per '"" for clellvcr>'' IX
W. X. CAltTV.
Columbia  Cold Storage,
New   Keys  made;   locks   fitted;   knivea,  axt-o. s_ws  scisso
NOTE  THE  NEW ADDRESS. ^_
GEO. R. SPECK  i
s,  etc.. *
fRAPP BLOCK.
"RAPP
���
K   a
  i HAfP   BLOCK,  a
Secretar.v.   for SALE���I lots in Burnaby, close  ���������������������������������������������������������������*<������������'.�����������������������������������������*��������������*'��������';���'*���
to  the  Vancouver    car    line,   $183,    ��-= "	
Tenders Wanted  *".""11 Iarse lots on Eightl1
nnd near cnn factory, Burnaby, $i!0
to $80 each. WHITE & SHILES
Columbia street.
prmg
uiting:
Traffic  Increases.
Bellingham,     April    21.���Passenger
all'ic  lias  increased  so  much  on   the
 -"' ""ioi" traffic lias Increased so much on the
its  total  extinction  will  take iel.ice'.' Bellingham   Hay   &   British  Columbia
Hoes anv reader of the Globe believe raihvaj  thai  it  is likely the road will
ii will be much longer? ,.,,��� r,,���.   >��� 	
l;i"  few   .i  any  excursions  this  yeai,
declares Superinteudeiii li. B. Paigi
More rolling stock is needed by the
line ami Superintendent Paige will recommend   the  purchase     of    another
 'motive an i two passenger coaches.
l!i   "ll1"1,   "'   get   the   extra   Saturday
passenger service to Glacier, as  was
|'"""   'asl   year   tin    compan;    woul ,
bave to buj  another locomotive.    Be-
,',!l"" l"' ,l"'   H   I  Uns   ,.,nii|,nieui.
unite and   ..ive that  small   nucleus or   '"'' "   '''""''���   ""'   lrain   "''"    ll|:l'1"   :<
���   I life now i��� existence a res.iito   'i'"^' Mv or,g,nal,J   ,"''''''""" Belling-
Liimi.  ,.r a.  ^:,:""   ���'"''   Glacier   ""  Saturday     lasl
summer  will   not     be  operated    this
______________________________________________���____-!'.
-    ' ms. then  Ihe history of the
��� "  ���  Russian decline and  n stoi al I in
liis   Vlaskiin hei     would repeal  ii-
I    I   ^;i   I ne.i  a ini' ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Is  wi      In  exist  nee    In    the       ORGANS.    RANGES.   cTOVES.
P ���   i-lov islands,    \l! killing wn       . BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
I    a   the   islands  save    a    few
I bo    ind   small mali    seals   annually
itives' I ""I iiij lo 1 ��� I m |fl,    Thi n
I '     111 i    .-'. :    -.visely
1   :      '   ';   SECOND-HAND   STORE
nnal   - ati li  ol   r.0,0 0  to   .O.i un     nun ��� "_m_/     ui v_'_\i_
fei    -i'1 .-n up to tin
i    ���'       -     lo    of   Maskn    ' iken  with
In view of these facts, would it nol
li" wise, humane and merciful for the
British and American governments fo
unite ai once in a plan of mutual concession in and join! control of this
business of killing fur seals on Ibe
Prii.'. lov Islands and on I he high ���������������.'
so thai   all  private interests shall  be
;-,--.   letely   eliniini 1   now   and   for-
i .er  fi 'in  thai   business?
"If the  I w i govi rnmonts   would
slaughter on  tb.e  Islan Is  of Sl
George and Sl, Paul,  for say,  ten  or
For Stumping' and grubb-
ine- a portion of land at New
Westminster. SECOND-HAND JUNK STORE
ror information apply to
' ' HIGHEST       CASH        PRICE   	
A. T. MORROW, paid cor ;ll kinds of      - t *    W^M    i f _1       1       . J
B. C. Distillery.      second-hand   articles.     Just Arrived one o. the   largest   and   most
New Westminster. mm STREET PlinnR 214        complete stocks in British Columbia
SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER. $5.00 UP I
OVERCOATS TO ORDER. S17.00 UP I
Sec.fl_-H___ PIANOS
Rushton & Speck
Satisfaction guaranteed cr  money   rc'luncird
irei: ol  charge lor one year.      ()
Suil ���  kept  in  rep
pen evenings,
��� - w ' 4' <t*y
if     ��� w
THE
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR
257   FRONT  STREET ^ , ,
Cor.   McKenzie   and   Front M.    LANGTRY
��� 72
'te
���Tu-
iipni of the ai .   , ^inmijia at
- |
We also  do all  kinds
of   general   repairing.
Siceii   M.iii  on   Wheel.
Ni a   \'     '.
Phone 275
w
Westminster Iron Woriis
FOR   PURER   POLITIC..
.!,   S.   Vi    :.    ni ..;.
..."     111    i ',i"     .    . '      . ee
- .!���"'���I Ji M.   .\IV'lii\M   A.\U   e..\i;;.\-|.
iiii  ii WOKK.
SHIP SMITHi.\ii, mtu.i-K. nnd
: .   , .... STiM CT1 RAL  I Ki N     v\ OKK
,i ii       ... and I Ornamental   Iron    . ora,   incuidtn.
.,,1,...   ,, tin v'!''''.-  ��� "'��� ''"" KSI ''���"'���'��� '��� ''
M.-ul orders and correspondence l_
'     ' ' '.:      n    ,-ne(|
VOIllll .'!'���:
JOhieN REED,
'   ,-ie    !        Uiion  the  niorcei         ole- BEGBllfl B'l'KJ__JT.
ment,   the   civil   service    would     lie New Westminster.                r. O. *i*
en ���   .      I In chai u ei  and
.    '- :- :..   . the  Independei ;' char- FIRE ALARM   t30XJ.S
. ������ ������: ihi   lie   H..iieiiallj   adv nice 1.
.������"in problems oi admlnistra- Following ia the lo lation an I  i
lion  i.n i   high  |i i ileal  debate    upon ber of llu' 'i1'' alarm l.ox.
i  - ���
OXFORDS are making their appearance
everywhere. The man who enjoys foot comfort
will get his feet inside of a pair as soon as he
possibly can.
Tho styles are very handsome this year.
have them in all the leading makes, viz:
The "Walkover"
The "Invictus"
The "Warwick"
The "Packard"
Etc., Etc.
They are made of PATENT COLT, VICI KID,
GUN METAL, RUSSIA TAN, CALF, CHOCOLATE
COLOR KID, and other choice leathers.
rices from $2.50 to $5 pair
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE $8,290,01
TOTAL  ASSETS  4 i,400,000
I !i mi " ,.' -���'    , wil h Corre    ������������ ir iu
the_ world.
SAVBINGS   BANK
ONE I H ILL Ml opens un account
times a year Lo la' .
VV  WESTMINSTER   BH V.CH -
F. B. LYLI   Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENII     S, 8 TO    ���   O'CLO
������������������������������������������'.���������<����������>�����    >���������������.���*���������*<>������������<. ��*��������*,
X E tabli ihed 1887 - Incorporated 1901 ���
j Gilley Bros, w i
I.M. i'i]   question -   of   ������ ill ���,���   and   |irln-
��� ���'���e'lii" tin- chief business
ii  . lal     nen   ind pe    le,
. 111 11 'U^^^^^^^^^^^_
G Ro; nl Cit,    Mill's,
7 i larnarvoii an I T ."
S Royal aven ie   nnl  KI  111 h,
:��� iMi'M, avi :!������  an I " vi  . !i.
12 sm   ilary'i .Hospital.
i . See "i-l ini I Park Rov .
: ! C imm   .: e  und   Duffnrln.
Of  vast   Importani i    ; i   :'"  confer-
e i .- ������ i    lo taki    ilai c tomorrow
bel v\ "i n mini       mil   iperuto     of the
e'   '   fields   of   Crow's   Nest   . ml   Alberta,    Unless ihey come in uu asree-      1"    Sapperton
men   the  governmenl   will  be  forced      211   Queen's  avenue and   SIxtl
b,\   paramount   public   need,    to  take      21      -..'d avenue und Second,
^^^ _".- Fifth avenue and   Fourth.
26 Fifth avenue and Eighth.
27 Third a .enue and Tenth,
..    Urn ������ and Sixth.
Ill���Schaake M ichlne '���������
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
Ng
31U1 \j
i" "i   he   ���   et ie! ion of i he mines
It did not n* ed the Imperial Budget
:   us  that   British  trade  was
ilng ' ���ii'lii iim: ample evl-
h    , i ��� ha     '   m torthcom-
N
INew Westminster
WhoiosaSe aind _.eta!3
DEALERS  IN
WELLINGTON  LUMP COAL
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND FORG" COAI.
VANCOUVER PORTLAND CEMENT.
This celebrated Cemenl Is
e. . d by nearly all large contracl -
oi   in tie.  Province.
ROSEBANK  LIME.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIERI
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTE
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE    CLAY     and     MAN
BRICK.
I rom i be' Clayburn Cla
8EWER   PIPE,   DRAIN    TIL
SAND, CRU5HED  ROCK.
| Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 \ AV, APRIL  22.   I9C7
'ill K   DA I l.V   X K \VS.
liiU_-WW*
THE
>������������ ��V >~V> .-�� + ���. ��-��<>������������������� ��������>�������������������������������������������������������������������������
CASH 5
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f. ������������������������������ ������������������������������������������
Women's   Suits
At Remarkable Reductions
e,,      iventy-ftve suits are   reduced    prici        iverage    one-third
egular.    The colors are     greyi     specially     checks     und
1(]0W plaids, plain vicunas anl  broadcloth;-  in other colors.
\ .iile variety of models���Eton Jacket, Semi-Fitting Jackel and
Close Fitting Jacket, of which sum.' are trimmed  with braid,
.civets, etc.,     Mai    ol the    kin   nre plaited.
.��� li and in good c m lition,   of  hi. h clu ���    lal,  cut
ii  faultless manner,   and   out   onlj   reason
ces Is the fact that wi
miples
une  of  lh��'  prl |     I _,   $17.50,   $21.50   : ,
$16.HO to   $37.50.
�����������������������������������������������������������������������������*�����������������������������������������������������������������������
Cul   Howe -   ind  Pot  Plants.     RIng|    George  I.avery, of  Kamloops, i.-   in
..   Tidy,      i florist     'Phone A181. tbe   city   visiting   his   brother,   A,   U
I.:i .ery.
The  Mission   band   connected   with
5   Pre   eyi    Ian  church   is      ln   several iof   Lhe     citj     Sunday
schools, special collections were made
yesterday on In-bull' of the famine fund i
for Hi" sufferers in China,
��� eparing to hoi , an ".-ei' i lainnient In
the  near   i .   ire
The city council mi ets this evening.
Just a Few Specials
remaining from our Greal Sale of lasl week: Japanese Mattings, all
linen warps, at 15 and 20 per cenl  reductions.
Hn I XEEDA Go-Carl or Baby (";i rrin lt<��� ���.' We have them with all the
latesl improvements, rubber tires, ball bearings, patent automatic
brakes, chilled steel frames, automatic drop-heads, ror $4.9.. An I
whal about a Sideboard, with bevelled English plate mirror buck and
beautifully carved doors and pillasters, a magnificent piece of furniture, for $19.50? Worth double the monev.
.,.,,      ,- ... ,      , ,      VV. K. O'Brien, who for the past few
Mayor Kearj  will occupy the elevated '
....,,   i, ,.!,,,.  ,, , ui days has been the guest of his brother
si .i . im-. Ing po ., ere I from ln��
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BLOCK,
I'"' "lit   ill lisp esi!    ii..
S. O'Brien, of the Hunk of Commerce   I
mm. has returned home.
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
Phone   73
Mls- A- ';��� Lavery, accompanied by      owing to slight damage by the Ice ���    ���.    ���     ���     ���     ���     ���     ������������___,_.
'   terday   '���'"�����   during  -I,,-  winter nieei.ihs.   Hie  ,.   ... , ���*������ ������������
'��� Mr '""'   K   steamer  Beaver is  laid  up at the ;
".- iii order thai a new  propelling ���
month's visit  m
M ��� -   John Martin, Vet non
-FOR   THE
In  Uu     list
' ie -
leu     ���    M
('apt    Pittendrigh
.        Iav    wheel maj  be fixed    The boat will be
in commission again short!)-.
i ie iwu     a
Owing mi Hn- api in of   ummer,  ���
uli frogs in  I in-  sw am i are on< e
���lnc<m-   I.".-   making   thei    i   ing      In
uver  the land,  and   resideni     In   that
SMART NEW
LEATHER GOODS
RECEIVED THIS WEtK
VIex. Mur-
. '��� , ���   complaining th     tin    .   ���    w
elnjor Ciiri-;*', i Ing [,unl   **
. It
21
WORKING MAN
���..   '
. ���    ���    ,        ���   , '   .' U ' .1 11   I   -   I   I    . I'll .1   <       ' I       t   I   : ^
r{��"'ZZ��,,~��i,iJi Black Bib Overalls,
���
:.
sm   I'., i    for I lie c i.i st  on  l-'ri ^
���     |01K"' ;!!"   local   .      ning      rived in Seattle yesti
'        .-'   10, $700
���      ���     ���   ���
���
���
*
-
*
liniii
A   lan
��� ��� ��� he trip.
i  ���    eartii
nn.I   maj   , ossi ily   i each   Xew   Wes i-
m nsti r  ne la; .    Ti:e-  party  will  cai ������-   +
fully look in!" ; : iposed Impi   ��� ��� :.. n
,  .   . -    A   noveii; 1 m,
-in.ill  Btra i
es, medium s-   ���
S. ,i $1.75;   Walrus $2.50.
-  Envelope Purse .   . it h font  n
$4.00.
_5c "in h.
���nt    ami
I".    es   6x2Vs   ' ������        four coi     .      ents   Senl
.:   Soul  Pu
. .   Leather Bags,
35c.
trlnirs,  go size
hold  purse, glo\i      hat f, etc.; gri ���;
al  $1.50.
line   Bags,  bl tc ��� tans   $1.25   n . $2.00.
ore mev
Dress Gcods
, . .;..      ._.,. |aj   ,.-.,._   along the country through which they  ���
' ��� ' - inches being   uil' pass'
' '      : :'"";-'    Three      Am.-,i ling   to ,  statement   made  :,���.
' ' r: excuralon    : '  i'i"   lake have   B   medlca]   man   yesterdav  afternoon   ���
1   '���'"'  '���'   S;"li:i ���  May 5, in   the  sraalipox  epidemic
���     e��l)Ie ��'!11 '���'���" ^rt.        no,   a,   serlous   as   ;,   .        report6di  ��
y.       ���   ���..,������ . ...    ...    |-,.   only  three   cases  of  a  mild    nature  ^
noral   lesigns   tele   bone   T,   Davis   6c   ]"'',yj- under treatment at  the presen
s, n, fl0 Tel. time.    There is absolute!}  no danger  *
of  the  disease
U     i the      -    -   pel ilisl     ol   p
V'ancouvei    vas called in to p consul-
tion lay in the case of S.
Bl Spit, who recently
��� fi'ered  n le nl
.  ,. m  .i i    was   li ��� hal  an op-
��� ati .::   ,\ ii   nol   : ssary,   the    in-
i '������ ������ still sh . e in fai orable pr i-
gress, �� hich ha een ve ��� lintalne 1
up in this i om ng.
in.l   w
. .
11
pi    ol  lighi an I i . ���
:  Worsted   Sui   a shu les   of   plain   gi        in   n
manufacture, . '��� ���    30 in    ,                $1,75 y-ird.
1 lomestlc Tv,- 1      ; Inches _ I le in 01
', ei checi       |i it colors, $1.25 an I $1.00 yard.
'    ���        Dl         m ii   !:',,. ;,,   1:' :,���   un 1   Brown    11
mi           ed  lusl .    50c yard.
��� -i :   Bla loth Suiting      I, '������.   ml      Inch
:        yard.
Th��' - One. n's park   tive is desire...
fternoon    was     I he    first 4
��� ..    ,|   .-...  season     On .   a      Saturday's  police drag nei  brought   -,-.
few    . ���    lean   n   nugeel to put   '"   the cit-v   lockuI>  two  forlorn    in-   ^
ii    an    ��� ��� ��� e ad   1 ie   missing   el)riates, one a Japanese and tl ther
tm 11   .'. 1
C ilum      ���       .-���
1       isuiil   tea'.'.   managed   i<>
��in   ihi something    iii,.-   The police are searching for the man   ���
-   .        ���- ...    1 ,ns     -phe    citj     team   vvll�� ���;||i|i',i'''1   :1"'  Indian with  liquor
������'��� i     ���       inion I   everai time s.
l
T.H.SMITH
267-271   COLUMBIA  'ST.
N EW WE S TMIN STE R
|_________.j. ��� ���Trrnni^irrrrrar_i_Tmr_raffiT_rm       iHMiiiiiiiiini in mn i n a
-, ent Sunday in the city, the guesl s
'������������<'     '   "      "   ���'���    e 11 'ii. i by of Mr, and Mrs. .1. I.   Mclnnes.
ulice     .-���    ....   afternoon enjoy- . , .
1 -      in   -    . un   a    il  ���'..   ���  it tie.
\l. In   ish   .-...-  curious SOLDIERS PARADE,
liscover 1                       ... "
.   I           . j. Volunteers   Listen  to  Special   Sermon   ^
ilsky. By   Rev.   J.   S.   H.nde.-son.
B   ���,'   1 ���       led    as   to   ���
m '��� i' 1 l' : ' -  tl     Pipers band    F Van- h
- v ay
5    !"��s   v speak  couver, about  one hundred men of A.
hut ,ve In iie,- direct! in   aml a companies, D. C. O. R., paraded   *
"''   the       lie ;.     loosi ne 1     the .,     , ... .
I'    St.   Andrews     church     vesterdiu   *
tongue 1      in n ! ii- a.,in.. 1
Is       ':!;im''   ft'here the  Rev' ''���  S'   Hen"   %
., .,,.     - ��� si li dellvere ,   an  el iqu  nl   sei
'������.;-. .>
Big Horn Brand,
75 cents per pair *
Blue and White Striped Overalls,     I
Big Horn Brand, |
75 cents per pair #
a< Barneni is | Heart, Spade and Diamond Overalls I
lrsl    i-ci, -.'���-. ..1
Big- Horn Brand, ���
$1.25 per pair ���
11 u.M.iiii ��� Finck's Blue Denim Overalls, *
$1.25 per pair .
I Finck's Jumpers,   -      $1.25 each |
Striped Gingham Coats, I
Big- Horn Brand, |
75 cents each *
Black Denim Coats, |
Big Horn Brand,
90 cents each *
Grey Denim Coats, |
Big Horn Brand, *
$1.00 each I
It   is  expected   that   iii"  Ri r. .1   S.
Henderson, president of the Westmin-   ^
ster Lacrosse club, will call a  meeting ol   he club this week, as there is
ii ' onsiderable amount of business to
be atten led to, and also to receive the  ���
reports of the delegates to the reci in
B. (' A.  I..  A.  meeting held  in  Van- ^ *
A full meeting of the execu-   '2
,  .   ...     lte  .1 Siwash.   The Indian still tarries at   ���
the coop, but the Japanese wa_ allow-   *
' mi $3 bail j esterday afternoon.   ;
Mr. and   Mrs.  Gale    of Vancouver,
elievi     i
:,     :���.,���. .        ���      on a su ijecl
ca sion:   "Four   -    . i
.   i: -
f-V/7'i. --i    V\. .-'
-l     '
(to  .'ark
e mver C'������.!'
Line
$3200
$2500
$ 1 500
$1050
$13. ��� ������
$ 1 COO
$10SO
. i' Blair,     ��� linn
email mi',   li.  R.,  ivli       i   ,
|        ���' nt the  ll C'olumbiai
ita!.  took ��� lay,    the
lev.  (i    Bell  of Ce Pat
. - ���  . .     ;   ���    ���
V'a .������      l'nrni-it'
IH        IN
:.      I'nion   .\ Mowed
church ceme
::-
��� . ���      . .   ���     Tin   foil ivi lng ��� ol-
���      ���' ���      I acl
m. Raw \V.   Wi I -
elori       i   .    .      Pranl
, ��� .   .       nml '.'���   S    ������ . H .'. ]
Inral tri'.til Ih tl
V'.u I fl    ' ei ; unions.
ALL UNION MADE
LLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
���
v
���
���=i -*
awn
owers
cLE<
"Thc Farm Land Special's:
MARK
��� '.
Wv_i
DL3I Lrtffl
Arc Made by Using
New  Westminster
..WEDDING    GIFTS...
ml  i,  difficult  to decid i a suitable article for thai
! ���", allow us tn offer a few suggestions:
.,  !n Cut Glass   Water Bottle,  Silt Set.   Vase,  Bowl,  Nappy,
��� i ciicr,
SterHng Silver and Sllvcr-Plated  Goods   Cabinet
I    I   , &c.;  Tea Set,  Salad Bowl,   Soup Tureen,   Pudding
'    M
";'k '       Bi   nil Jar, Butter Dish, Bronze Figures, &c.
*��� C_ Chamher_iii,
The Jeweler
AGENT HAMILTOS   WATCH
Toronto  Parks
ill f DAI
1 Uftrtu
For Sale Only at
CURTIS'
DRUGSTORE
For  liis text   he  chose  the  T.,
....   i-:   "A   good    sol iie r    of    Jestls
'       it."   The s] eaker prefaced hia re-   ���
ks with a n  le     in upon , he ��� ul -
e-i.'.   sometime s ma le thai the coun
too       in       ine Im : towards .
It  rii i .  ni i   dat dis ' id been s nuidi i
���    ii     .....       id to the jn nei] li ���
he  |it Im     "i'  ��� ��� ai '.    Nowhere In
Bible was   I hi re    anj    i om nan !
li       ii niaintniniii     il arm-
forci the pit     ise ol maintain-
fn   |om. bul  "ii  I he nl het   hand, JT
\i i te      in;!   o
���   n   ���.   In I    nsni    mi\    his    e .
and..
i 'out in mm , Mr. K     li      n i liiiin-ii- .
e I tInn ('him! in v, is t   i fn    i   'ountr; .
P evi :   i olio !   by  I li"  milll
i ii hough  t'i" spirit  nf  pal i lotlsm
'in  life of tin- Dominion. He then   ,.
wont  on mi describe  the  four s ilu'er
. '.';',;;;;;;';':.;;.;; ; ; ' :; .:;;; on the market. They have an adjustable roller, adjustable
turion or Capernaum, t'i.- second was cutter bar, adjustable boxes, adjustable height of cut. We
H centurion of Jerusalem  who  was have high wheels and low wheels; 2, 3, 4 knives.
presen:   ai   the crucifixion, the  third
was ii centurion of Ceasarea   named SEI       OUR      STOCK        -������
Cornelius, while the fourth wns JuluiB,
who had charge of the Apostle Paul
while the latter was a prisoner, and
wlio showed him many kindnesses, i imltcrf
lu  concluding an eloquent  sermon,
the   pastor  said  that   to   be   a  gliod ~-���~~
soldier,   a   man   must   be   kindly   'lis-     __���_mm���____mmm.~~~^*mmmmmmmmm���m^^m.mmmm
posed,    gentlemanly,    high    minded,
courteous  ainl  a   believer In prayer. I
tlnless a man's Christianity was deep-
Ij   rooted, it  woul l Boon be knocked \
out of him in the army, as that w 11
in, place I'm' shams of any kind, bul i
a true Christian would only have his
piety deepened by serving his countrj
as a soldier.
"O'vV is the time to begin to use a Lawn Mower. We
have mowers adapted to all kinds of cutting. Our
mowers will cut higher grass than any other mower
T. J.  TRAPP & CO
;___.
,*.:>
cents per pound.
BOOKS   ARE    G^ING   FAST.    SEE
PACE TWO,
Headquarters
for  .    .    .    .
P
ERFECT
ANTRIES
A.   HARDMAN
MoKEN'ZIE STREET   -   OPPOSITE LIBRARY
Telephone 302
P. O. Box 248
�� THE   DAILY   XEWS.
MONDAY. APR|L 2,
'907.
*
UM3RELLA   AMD   SHOES.
Their   Importance   In   the   Eyes   of   th(
Indian   Native.
India is so vast that different etiquettes prevail In different districts,
We have no standard etiquette, no
standard dress. We mostly copy European etiquette while with Europeans
Even a Bengnlese shakes hands with t
Bengalese, speaks in English for a few
minutes and then breaks forth Into tin
vernacular. We shake bands with a
European on parting, but by mistake
again touch tbe hand to Ihe brow In <
salaam, so we both shake bands,
salaam nnd do tin* like, and no sobei
minded European ever eared for tin
anomaly.
The umbrella Is tbe emblem of royal
ty, tin- sign of a rajah, so uatives
generally fold their umbrellas befors
u rajah and uot before anybody else,
however t rent. It is n il a pari of tin
dress, but a protection from the rain
or sun, a necessary appendage, just
III .. the watch and chain. Vou mighl
as well ask a European to take ofl
Iii- waterproof coat. A coaly l< not
bound t i fold his umbrella when a
i ��� .iiln-r peueral rides past. Bul a
menial generally clos lown tho umbrella "M seeln . bis master, whom In
consider .'. - ;.. ... Bul u > Indian
1 .-\ .r humble, oughl to fold up lhi
umbrella, even before n magistrate, be
i -,- be lie neither the muster of tin
humble passerby nor bis superior otfl
i. r. ie er is he boui d I i salaam brni
Iti.t it' lie does, n i linriii. In a word
natives generally fold the umbrella
Ix fore a master or a superior otiicei
and net any other citizen, bowevei
great, and this is no Insult.
While going t'i see a native chief iv
Ins palace the native visitor or official
takes off liis shoes If tho reception
renin bus ii fnrnsh and thc rajah is sl!
ting "a his imisiiud. But if he is re
celved In the drawing room, furnished
after the European style, tho shoe*
are allowed. In some states _o natives cnn go t > a rajah without a pn-
gree. In others the pugree is taken
off and tossed at the feet of a rajah.
It is ridiculous in a European (from
the Hindoo peiint eef viewe to orele'i- a
native to take off his shoes. This is
what we ask our pries! to do, sn tliat
we may touch the dusi of his feet.
A ii.nte hi when mildly rebuked by his
sahile took off lit< shoes, bui recounted
the whole scene to his better half, say
Ing, "Sala hamara gor ka gurds lenay
magtna!" ("The brother-in-law wants
Ihe elust of ray feet."J -Indian Military
Gazette.
POINTED   PARAGRAPHS.
Nn man ever lauded a particularly
easy position by trying to dodge work.
Almost every man imagines he would
do a lot of philanthropic stin.ts ir in
had the money.
Why Is I! that tl".- people with uotfc
ing to eh, but sit around and visit avt
such dreadful bores?
Some people Imagine thai by l>ein_
Impudeul they are showing others Ihey
nre "as good ns anybody."
When a fnthor and son are In business the seen can usually tell of a lot of
mistakes hi< father makes.
Almosl nny married man can roak.
i:ie- friends smile by saying be is perfectly free to iin ns be pleases.
When the carbolic acid bottle finds
.'*-> If next in (be cough medicine on
the shelf, Death stops sharpening hir
scythe to lean   back ami  be merry.-
At'  1  i   "II   ' lle.i.I'.
Land Registry Act.
TAKE NOTICE that an application
has been madi to register Francis C.
Honour as the owner in fee simple,
under a ;. \ sale dei _ from the Mayor
and Treasurer of the City of New
Westminster, to Francis C. Honour,
bearing date the 2nd day of October,
A. ii 1903, of all and singular that
certain parcel , i- tract of land and
premises - ituate, lying an 1 being in
ti:' City oi New Westminster, in the
proi im . : British Columbia, :,..:<
particu . . I nown and described a
subdivisions IT. Is-. li'. of lol \ sub-
1 ban I lock 9.
V"'i and ���. eh ol y< i are required to
- mm.-i the ci ��� ��� of - ie tax purchasi r
withta m ii-. five days from the date
of the firsl iblication of this nol ice,
otherwise ! shall r< gister Francis C.
Hoik ur as ra th* n of in fee, and 1
direi     I   i tion    i     his  n itii e
in a d er pul lishe I i'i New
Westminster  .      thirl    .In;, s  shall  be
-noil e        ifficient sen Ice hereof.
Dated Land  Ft< gistr;   Offl e,
Ni w Wes     Inste ini e of British
la, this 1 ij   of March, A.
D. 1907.
C. S.   KEITH,
Disl     ���   Rei istrar
To ii-       ��� ���  VV.   I    iii son, Esq.
All         ,-ed with  this tie.tice.
ai i th se claiming through or under
them, in, i all j erson claiming any
Interesl in the said land by virtu i i f
:>ny un ��� l ster< I instrument, and all
person^ claiming any interest in the
sai i lan l by iescent, whose title is
nol registered under the provisions of
'the "Land Registry Act," shall be forever estoppe i and d< barr 11 from si I
ting up any i laim to or in respi cl of
the sai'l land so sole] for taxes as provided by the "Land Registry Act."
$_��Sm S!m 'e��st_3.
m* A"?v^i-r--,,>>_>
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province cf British Columbia.
NOTICE.
south; 120 chains east to Skeena River;
thence along river to point of commencement, containing 640 acres, more or less.
Located   February  22,   1907.
WILLIAM   MOODT,
FRANK    VANI'-ALL.
Locators.
P.
3 ill.
1!
NOTICE.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN that sixty days after date we Intend to apply to
1 the Hon.the Chief Commissioner of Lands
ime! Works for permission to e-nt and carry   away   th,-  timber  from   the   following
described  lands,  situate ni  Kitsumgallum
Valley, Coast   district:
...���Commencing    at     ei  post   planted
jat-oui   :i m.  miles north ot the north-west
.. rncr   of    C.  K.  A. Green's    preemption
. li im. then running us follows: 80 ehains
cast; SO chains south; SO chains west and
SO   .hums   north   :,e point of commence-
I ment.
21.���Commencing    it   a   post
about  .'i1..   miles north of the-  north-west
corner e.l C.F.A.Green's preemption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains west;   from    the    following   described    lamls.
in chains south;   it;.' chains east and -tu  situated
chains  north to  the point   of commenci
Notice is her iby given that 30 elays
after date 1 intend to make aplication
to  the  Hon. the  Chief Commissioner
..!',!'!"'."!  of Lands and Works, for a special license   to cut   and   carry   away  timher
mi in.
j.1.���Commencing at ee posl planted
aboul -i miles north of the north-west cor-
m i of C. I'. A, Green's pre-emption claim,
then  running as follows;  SO chains east;
 hains north;    SO chains west and 80
���.   south t" I'.'iiii of commencement.
.'::. -Comme ncing .it a i��>st planted
.ei'i'ii! ". miles nortii of the north-wesl corner of  C.F.A.Green's pre-emption  claim,
��� ���' running .is follows: 160 chains east;
40 i halns north ; 160 chains west ; 4n
. hains south t-1 point of commencement.
24.���Commencing at a post planted
aboul '! mih noi th of the north-wi sl cor
ee. ; ol C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
then running us follows: 160 chains east:
4" ' l.,...'is\-..,iiii i i.... cliains wesl ; 40
. Iiains noi th to point of commencement.
.'.'.. ���i tommenclng at
aie,.eu i; mile s north of th
in I- of i'. I-'. A. ' ;:���'������ ".'s pn -��� mpl lon claim,
lln n runnin is fo rivi s: 160 chains i .est :
10 cl idns nortii . ! CU 'iiains wesl ; 40
is south t" poini of commencement,
.'.;.    ' 'ommi ncing   i ;    a    post     planted
aboul 'i mih s nori li oil the north-wi sl corner of ''. i'. A. ' [rei n's pre-emption  cl dm,
ll  - inning  . s   follow s:   II   ,���Mains west ;
i im   ������'     - -     outh;     4':   chains  easl :      100
north to point  of Con ni.ni.
27.    Conimencing    at post     planti.!
��� ��� 6 ml ii irl ol the n irth-west c ei -
ner of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim.
I hen   mm,i   a-  as  follows:  SO ehains west;
. -   aii    nori'. . SO chains ��� asl . SO chains
.  uh ie point of commencement.
2S.    Com   dicing    al post     planted
alio V ��� .ii. s nori h of the north-wesl corner of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption ciaim,
then running as follows: 160 chains east;
40 chains south; i'i" chains west; and 4"
cliains north to the point of commemce-
ni'- nt.
20.��� - 'oi inn ncing at a post planted
about 7 miles nortii of thc north-west corner of '', P.A.Green's pre-emption claim.
then running as follows: 40 chains north;
[I .iiains \vi st i -in chains north; 4'i
chains wesl SO ihains soul li : 1 20 chains
��� nst t ��� point of comnu nc mi nt.
30.- ' 'ommem Ing   at    a   post     planted
������'.,  it   40  . Iiains  north  of the  south-west
c-oin   ��� of  Local ion  N'o.  26,   then   running
160   .���Iiains  west ;   40  ch tin -
��� rth; 160 chains ' ast : and 4" chains
south to point of coi ent,
3 t.���i 'ommencing    at post     planted
la  .-   i     chains   north  of  the south-west
���   ��� :'  Location   N'o.   -'it.  then   running
��� Hows :     1C0   chains  wi st;  4"  chain:
H     ���   ains  ... -i :   4" cie.eins  north
lo pe    ; of        imcnci    ent
.   nch g    at    a    post     planted
of the north-west cor-
.f  .'  l' a. . :��� ������ en's pre-emption  claim.
"Checkmate."
'"Checkmate!" rei resents "shah mat!'
���"the -:   m i ������ dead "     .-���! uh," in facl
enl 'language long ago via Ar i
I c an 1 old i rencb, arriving in tin
form of "e ." "i'! i " is reallj
. ecks," ti ngs, and tbe crj ol
"t heel !" means your king is In dunger
I a a '��� the verb unci sui -taut Ivi
"check" in all their English meanlugs-
' ��� hi ck," which was originally tbe
counterfoil of a bill tbal served to
' be .." fraud; '. bei kered," from the
:.-;.��� cl of th chessboard, and "ex-
i li'iy er," from the chee kered pattern
of the tabl loth on ni.i Ii tli ��� king's
emits were kept v. ith counters,  All
'i    we  owe   to  the  I 'erslan   sovup
!��� go's title,   l. .. Ion ' 'hrouleie.
The  Bosnian Roasting Jr.ck.
A  curious   variety  of  tli" old   fash
li ied   roi sting   jack   Is   used   bj   the
peas ints  of   It inula   nn I   lien:. . r imi
beep whole, ns on the
��� i. of a v eil-liiiL' ceremony,   < >ix;
��� ften   - ������--   near  a   running stream   a
i ing  pi le  havi   ���   one  end   rc\ oh lng
freely   In   a   socketed   peg,   while   th ���
��� ��� ��� erhauging thc . ater, is equip.
pe I  ������'. 'ie  miniature paddles.    This  Is
lhe le     .im .on I ng jack,   The si eep
to be cooked  Is  Impajcd on the I"::.
n   lire   is   i.t   underneath,   anil   while
t! i- curr enl spins the paddles and  the
pole   merrily   round   the   big  jolul   la
cooked literally te, a turn.   Wide World
Magazine,
Why She Was Pleased.
Tess Did Mr. Borem ever call on
you? Jess- Ves; he called lasl evening, i was Quite delighted when the
girl brought up his card. Tess Oh,
come now. vmi weren't really delighted? .less Certainly, Vou see, if she
hadn't brought up his card I might
lane gone down to blm, thinking It
was some (iia-else.   Philadelphia Press.
Suited   For Something.
"Your little boy may become president some day."
"I hardly think so. Archibald Is too
modes! nnd retiring."
"nh. well, lie may gel to be vice
president."��� i hll uh Ipbin   Bulletin.
The largest grasshoppers nro found
lu South America, where s ������ e specimens reach a leagfh of : Inches,
wilb s spread of wings c'      Inches.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, and marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Bi rth No. 514," will be received
at this Departrm nl until 12 o'clock
noon em Wedm ��� day, the 26th day of
June, 1907, for .. lic< nse to cut timber
on Berth No. 514, comprising lands
situate in the Provin; of British Columbia, and descrlbi 1 as  follows:
Tinil er Berth N- . 514, comprising
two blocks in about Township 27,
Ranges 1 and 2, Wesl of the Gth Meridian, in the vicinity of Carnes Creek;
Block 1.���Commencing al the southeast corner of 1 imbe ��� Berth HIT:
them e westerly aim., the southern
boundai. oi sui 1 : erth 1.50 miles, with
:i depth eel' hair a mih . measure 1 at
right angles thi reti . <- ntainin 0 75
square miles, more oi less.
Block  2.���Comm* n< ing    aboul     I:;
miles uieeivi   the jum ti en of the X". 'ie
and South Forks of I at in s Crei k   i n
the   saiel   North    Feck;      thence   up
stream   60  chains in  di distance
-��� ith :��� tl' . i!i ol 10   . ains, on thi i ast-
erly  side  the easui ed  al   i ighl
angles to ......    ��� ...:.. 2    . said
Noi mi Fork wil dn '.- I ��� rth, contain-
in .11 area of .37 square miles, more
or less, excluding an ms of Tim
bei Berths Nos. 467 aii I 175 which
may fall \\ ithin same.
The berth musl be surveyed within one year afti r the date of il;-- notice awar hum' the berth.
The regula ions undi.- which a 11-
1 en e will be issued, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may
��� ' e obtaim .1 al Lhls Departmenl or at
' lie office of the Crown Timber Agent
al Xew Westmlgster, li. C.
Each ten ler mus I be accompanied
by nn accepted cheque on a charter-
��� 1 bank In raven- of the Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the
amouni of the bonus a1.ich the 1
pllcanl is in pan 1 to ; 01 for a license,
The hi. host or any ti nder nol n< c
i'.-sarlly accepted.
No tender ��� leli gra] h ��ill be enti it aim -1
PERLEY il  KEYES.
Secretary.
Departmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, April 2nd,  1907,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
iffice 'Phone is'.".        Hum "t'Donn 1 .7
Columbia  St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to  m-^
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram   Depot
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, E.C
Coasl District Range 5 district, No.
101, commencing al a stake- planted
at a post on the Enchi shese River,
abe a .. ih and a half up from its
in nil Ii, I hem ��� 1 asl 40 chains, thence
1: SO    i Iiains,    thence    wi si    so
ch as. ihence- south v'i chains, thence
ea i 10 e hains to poinl ni' commencemi nt.
102.
Commencing at a ; oinl near the
nn 11th of I ni'Mi Crei k al the easi line
of the Indian Reserve, at the head of
I'nie n Bay, m ar the mouth of Works
Channel, Range 5, Co ist I lis
post planted thence 10 chains south, thence 80
north-west cor-
chalns east, thence SO chains north,
thence SO chains west, thence 40
chains sonth to the ; oinl o�� com
nu ncement.
103.
Comn ���     lng al .1 1 ost on the n  rth
���    1"   Work's   Channel,  Range   5,
Co    I   I lisl riet,   aboul   a   mile  ai I
half below  Worsfold  Bay, thence  120
1 in ins  north, thence  sm   chains  ���
thence, south tie sh. 11 e, thi nee westi :
.'  mm   s .. ��� ���   to      iinl min ��� m ���
meat.
104.
1 lommeni ing 1 I a pi ������ on the
0] eosite the mouth of Bear Creek
and aboui a half a mi ������ north on the
north arm of Work's Channi '. Ran ���
5, Coasl I 'is: riet, tin nee west 7"
< hains. thence north SO chains, thence
1:"-! to shore, thence southerly along
slieie  i"  poinl  of commencement.
105.
Comnu :i. Ing al a stake . n the
" ��� ich aboul 50 1 hains south of the
a .��� tth of Bi ar Creek on thi nortii
arm of Work's Channel, Range
1 '1 ast District, thi nee < a 1 90 chains,
���::c.. north sn chains, thence west
���'���-.. ���     mthe ly   and
thi   m ,|..],  to poinl  of
��� .; ..���.. - : ; 60 chains wesl
:. ���    ���      ; 60   chains  cast :     -tn
chain*     orth  to r-oint of comme ncement,
......     ��� .. 640      res, more or li ss.
WM.   MOODY,
FRANK  VANDALL,
Mini
;       nan
('������  .  at
n. i. ill.
.March  21.  1907
NOTICE.
.lavs after
Chief 1 '.'in-
.- ���
���
e
the  beach
'.. 1 sterly along
ci    mencement.
1C6.
<' a  mencing   al  a   s
e ..-��� of the im nth  ol
Ihe lie 'i-:  W  .   's i'i. 11 nei. Rai   1
Coast D      i. ���   them     wesl SO ch
��� m, nee   north   SO  chains,  ihence  eas'
'���1   chains, thence south SO 1 hains, to
poinl  < :' '' mmi ncement.
107.
Commencing at a point on Lach-
���liiich River near the corner of led 195
at the hi ad of Work's Channel, Ran ?c
.".. Coast District, thence 40 cliains
west, thence so chains south, thence
SO chains east, thence vu chains north,
:h'-::e-'- 10 chains west to point of ' 11
mencement.
100.
Commeni Ing ; ��� n p< si 10 chains
easl of lhe ��� iver . 1 the north line of
the Indian Reserve, al the mouth of
the En< in s-hese Rivi r < n the north
si le nf Work's Channel, Kami.' 5
Coasl 1 Hsl i let, them ���- SO chain north,
thi nee 80 chains west, thenc ��� v"
chains  south,   thence   s"   ch in    easl
'11 poinl of e ���  ment,
108.
Ce :. mencing .    a posl on the s ��� ith
halns ' as' :   In  chains .-''''   "'  Fl     Icrai      ith ll   a  mile
:��� 'Int of ��� .11 nn no irn nt. .-,, .      ��� mouth, thence
���    mc   m   a   post    planted ! south 60 chains, I  ���  ice east SO chains,
nor h   --M chain--,   tl ence   west
TAKE N'OTICE that thirty
' dnte we Intend to apply to the
ml?sloner of Cands and Works for specinl
timber licenses to cut and carry away
I timber from the following described lands
situi ��� .1 the ivi: imigallum Valley, In the
Co    'I listi let :
���i:1 '..��� ��� eing at 11 post plai ted
nbout   i"  cha Ins   wi sl   nf  tin    south-west
ci :    of   the   "'.1   Kitsumgallum   rntlinn
Reserve,  inn   1 -Mains  west;  40 chains
north;   ] 60   .-hains  east :  40  chains  south
1.1 point of commencement.
34.���1 lommi ncing at a post planted
40 chains west ol the north-east corner of
Local on No. ' 3, then i 60 cl ains wesl : 4"
. . . north; 1 60 chnins east : 40 chains
. . ��� 1 ��� . po   ���  . ���    ��� 1 1 mi nc 'ment,
11 ��� clng   at    a    post     plai I   i
��� ��� -��� ...  the north-easl corne r 1
!....��� ition N'o.  31. the n  160 chains west ; 4"
Ins i
Kitsumgallum  River,    Coasl  District,
Range 5:
Claim No. 1.���Commencing ai a posl
planted 25 miles up from the mouth of
Kitsumgallum River.on the west hank
of Kitsumgallum Lake, running as follows: NO chains wesl; 4" chains
south; i'i chains west; 80 chains
north; 120 chains easl; and 40 chains
south in point of commi ni emi at.
Claim No. 2.���Commencing at a posl
planted about i!i! miles up from the
mouth of the above river, on the east
bank of Ihe Kitsumgallum Laki ;
thence 80 chains east; lu chains
south; i'1 cliains wesl; 80 chains
south, more or less, to the river; then
northerly along the river to the point
im  commencement.
Claim No.::.   -Commencini     I a
planted   at   the   south-west  corner   of
T. I.. 7942;  thence 40 chains easl:  80
e iiains    south;       in   chains     east ;      80
e hains south;   10 1 hams w esl, mon   1
les 1,   tn   the     Kiisum. alliiui     Rii c. ,
thence northerly    along the  1 Ivi r   to
i in   point of commencement.
ciaim No. 4.���Commencing al apost
planti d aboul 10 miles up fi om the
mouth of the Kitsumgallum River, on
the easl bank: tin nc '���' nil east;
100 chains south; 10 1 hain ��� t,
n ore or li s, to I he rivi r: tin n 1
northerly along the rlvi r to tin
i-   commencement.
Claim No. 5���C     mencli
plante la      t 10 mih      1      from the
th of the abovi   river, on 1
hank:     thence    Su  chains   west;     so
1 iiains south.   ifl ��� i. tins i\i^'
less,  lo   lhe  river;     1 hem e noi    -   . ���
ilong   thi   river to    hi        ���������'  ���
��� in ement.
Claim No. 6.    ���' mmi in Ing nt a 1
planted   12 mile    up   from tin 1   1
. ���' i the    river,    on    the  wi   1
thence   10  1;. 11 i. 1 -   sves ;     10
south:     '���' chains  easl:     SO    chains
smith:   GO  chains  eas:.- more 01    ���
'.1  the   river;   thence  no th.  I;   along
the river to the  poinl   of ci mmi nei -
ment.
Claim  N'i .7.   ��� '��� immencing a   a pos
planted   aboul   I"  chains west    il   tho
si  ith '.���        1 .M nei   ol the old   i. 1
li in      resi rve;     thence   IGt   chai
nest;      10 1 bains  south ;     100  chaii
.   ' ' chains n irth, to 1 oint of c
nn ncement.
NO. ���-.     I ''���:.:!!'.' lie im   ai   1
planti d   mi    ih" me th wi st   corm r  ���
T.  L.  7:. 13;   thence   1 GO  chains  ��est .
10 chains north;   160 ch ilns 1 ast;   4 1
��� hain ���     oul h,  to  poinl  en comnu nee
ti ' nt.
1 Maim  No. 0.    t 'ommencing at i    ���
��� led mi the    nori b-west  ce 1 nei   1 :
T.   L.  71' 13;   thenci    100 ehains  w< st:
10   chains   south:    160   < hains .      t, to
the wi si   line of T   1..  7945;    thenci
along the line to 1 oinl 1 1 ci mmi nee
n ��� nt.
claim No. 10.���Commencing at a
': ost planted on I he wesl line of T. L.
7945, about  In chains    south of    the
1 h-wesl corner of T. L. 7945;
thence 160 chains wesl: 40 chai,. 1
soutl i 160 chains eas:. to the line ol
T L. 7945; thence along the line to
I oint   of  commencemi nt,
1 "aim No. 11.��� 1 lon n 1 m . ' at ie
post plante 1 on I hi - nil i-\v< : corm
0! T. '... 7945; thence running 160
1 In.in., west; 10 chains 1 rth; 160
cl ains . ast, u> 1 he w esl I m of T. L.
7943; th nee 10 1 hail - ith along
the line I    point of con      .   ��� mi nl
1" iim   No.   12    Comn   ni Ing   al    a
;.-.-:   planted al  the soul ...        01 nei
��� '  T.  1.   7945;    them e    1 inning    ICO
west;     10 chi ins   50 1 i.;     160
east;   Ihi n 1    10  chains 1
'    oin   of commi ncement,
I.iica'' 4   Fei i lai".   1 1.   1907,
;. ia:ns West   of  the   north-east
������:������������     !...     ��� ...:e N'o, 35, then   Ut" ehains
.   .;;.   10 chains enst;   160 chnins south; so  Chains,   thenci    south   40 chain!   to
1   .'   ins west to the point of commence-' poinl   of commencement,     The above
'���' '���' ri    i-   , tiei   into   the north   a
"   ,:!   V ���'    1'i^iM.i vv     '    Cl . nt 1 ii. Rai gi
the  north-enst ,,,   . ,.
--,,. ss    H     ;.,., Irict, a ' M   a   n lie and
WILLIAM   MOODY.
FRANK   VANDAL]
ink Vai la.ll.
Marel
22.  1907.
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���  ���  ���    ,,
33,      ���; ���
south chaii s
is east: 1 60  cha
euth  to  poinl  ol  com
.  at     1    post     planted
���"B. r of  Local lon  N'o.
Mas   west :      SO   cha In <
��� asi ;     aud   SO   ch
north  '.. : -    m ,.i' con .���   nee inent.
Co        :.: i_   .11   a   1   .-'   planti .1 nt
the   nori    . corm r nf  Location N'o,  S,
the n   SO Wi -M 1   SO   '���Iiains SOUtll i   '   '
s0 chains north to point of
. ������  ,
WILLI V.I MOODY,
. RANK VANDALL,
, Coast Dls-
half south
ni rth arm,
A
Mar 'li 21,   19   .
IS
���
N'O'J'l      '
���
to   thn   Hon.
Land
notice:.
EREBY     GIVEN     that
I to 1
Chief   Ci
pi to  cul
' '      of lhe li- ad  of the
ci   dng in from the 1 ast.
109.
Beginning al a ; osl on lhe -' e
��� ' lhi I. per end 0' the noi th arm
01 Wo .. '��� c"hanni 11, Range 5, Coast
l' - riet, al 0 ii 20 "hain 1 south of the
n outh :' Snow Cre ���'.'. thence ���
'��� 0 ''iiains. ;h, -i ,. north 10 chains,
Ihence we I 160 1 iit Ins, thence s .ti
10 chains to poinl 1 f commi nei ment,
110.
Coi im di Ing al n | osl ;' inter! al
nouth of For i Creek, on tin n irth
shore of Wor] ' t Channell, Ran . "
Coast District, thi nee 80 chains noi h
the . " se chain s eai t, thi m e SO
1 hains south, mo 'e or less to s] ���������
thenci ��� ��� lei ly alon ; 1 hore to ��� i I
omn ' neem nt,
g,
:���
''
: 1
PORD.
:rago.
March 21,
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   ' ". EN
sixty d       1 :'������ ,- ���; 't ��� ' i . to a]
��� . ' "������  : ieen.. i-: Me Chii     ' .  II
< ���' of Lands and Wo    a foi  , . . mission
i'i  pun ha      the followii ied
��� i . Itual I on evhal i- ��� 1 ��� .
Mid li"    and    Si 11 tli    D tnd is    It
1       ���   "}, Coast District:
1 lommenclng al a po 1 a ut one-
half mile easl of lhe hea I oi Du ���'. Inli t "ii the not iii :-i :��� ol lhe inlet,
marked S. II. I-'.; thi m e 100 1 hains
north; thence so , halns easl; thi ni p
south to said    Inlet;    thence    Be
��� ' rly ami westerly along th ���
to poinl m' commencement,
S.  ll.  FORD,
!'.  I!   CRAGO,
Lo ��� ttors,
March 23, 1907,
NOTICE.
....    ; .          .     -   .   tl    her from tl
lowin . rl                         Unite     on   the
'/. :   !.      ���.   ���   ���.  ���   dlsti    '.    Rani
No.   5:
���"  1  , -������ .    - ���     Coi    i'.icing nt 1   posl
1 ���    :���'        ���      -,-   1:   ��� ���     ibn
in    .... ���      ..                    th, on the easl
60 1     Ins east; 40 '	
'     10 -Imh \  , ; IS/HEREBY  OIVEV  th
1 -"ie.   ....��������� to   ; '   ol   en ....-, ' '.' A      '
    ini-iit, ' ..... nte    1    mt' ���  ���
���    '   ��� ���'   li lhe    Hon,  the
���   iim '        ;    '' '.,..-.���;.      ' C'ommissli of    I and      and
nl    '��� 1  ���     ' ���   '���'���' '.m'.'im:  Rl bout I v for ��� . ,      and car-
pi 1-0111  lhe  in.,niii.  ..n  the enst   ��� ... . , ,. .
I61    chain     east: I1 '>'.���'-.'     Mi"     following
10  ch orth      160  1 Main-  wi it; 40I'I  i  I a i .    limited  nl   Hotham
���   '"- '   rive ������    ' '  point   of .    Mi I, ;.'.  .   Westmii    ei   Dl trlcl ���
<��������������� ;....     ���    . . . ���    ���    .   . 1.. ... 1. ... mor,.
or less. 1.���< ommem Ing al n stake 40 chains
im   No     ���    Commei ai   post enst of small bay at the head of Hoth
planted on  ihi   Z      ������.������::  River, aboul  am Sound;    (hence  north  80 chains'
two mil        1 froi    thi   mouth, on the east   11,, , ,.,,   ,,.,, .,   . ,  , 1,.,:,,,..   .1,   ,. ,,'
hank of river; thence   IG    chains enst; 40    '/"' ' ."'  "     ��  '' '   ���   'l:"""  s""lh
. ti ���   ... ��� chains west  to river; so clttilns;    thence easl  SO chains to
'i.. !..������ in chains northerly along river to poinl of commencement,
nf   1 ement,   1 ontalnlng   61" .     .,     ,.
���>.-< ommencing al   _  stake iit   ilu
' .  1 n   \'.i.    16.   -C mencing
NOTICE.
2.���Commencing
nt   posi 111 ch ensi   corm i    of   Claim   No,
N'OTIi li IS HEREBY GIVEN that
after date I Intend to applj
in the 11      le < Iblef Commis don
'������ of Lands and Works for permission
iun hai ������ 1 iee- following described
lands, sil u iti 1 on whal i- calle.1 Mid
lan 1 .-' mth Dundas island, Range I.
Coasl District*
1 lommeni ing al u poi I planted at
ih" head of Swan Inlel; thence soulh
100 e hains; thence easl su chains;
thence norih tn Bhore; ihence westerly and north-westerly along the sh	
in poinl of commencement,
!���'.  II. CRAGO.
March 23, 1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
1    ated on  the  Zym.igfltltz  River,  1 il   thence  north  80  chains;   thence wen:
two   miles   up   : 1 "in   Hn in   outh,   un   Uu- ,, ,
���    ���     1 -a   river;   thence  100    chains ��1��  chains;     thence south  80 cliams;
enst; 40 chains north;  160 chanis wesl to thence easl 80 chains (o poinl Of com-
river;   thence   10   chains  southerly   along mencement,
river to point  of commencement, contain-      ������     ,���,,,,,,,,,.,,,.;,,,, .,, ,,,,./,,   ���
im 04o acres, , -e or less, J.���Commencing al n posl  in chains
Claim   No.   it    Commencing   at   posi wesl ol the north-easl corner of Claim
planted  on   tho  Zymagatitz   River,  about No, _:  thence north sn chain.-- Ihence
'   -'^er'^w M^���In^.i^0th,e���,,    '",  'l,:'j"":     ""'"'���"    K'"""    8��
north;   40   chains  easl   to   river;  ''iiains: thence ens! sn chains 1.1 poim
thence   i'i''  chains  southerly   along   river of commencement,
to 1 t of commencement, containing 040
inn-'-s,   in ere   cr   h ss.
Claim  No.   18,   -Commencing    al     post
'.   nte -I   "ii   il"-   1 outh   bank    of   Skoenn
houi   half  mile,  below  the  mouth
if  Kitsumgallum River; thenco 80 chnlns
���  : 1 .   so   chnins   east ;   80   cliains   north
��� 1   River i   ti" ic ������  along   river to
pel  ���   of   (���."inn. ncement,  containing   G10
...    or  less.
' 'i   ...   :,'      1 ic    Comm 'ncing    al   post
I hinted   nn   the    soul h
bo :  half mil" n;i from the moutl
of   KI igailum   River,   on   the     south
.   '   ..1  ,     1 aa  Rlvi i ,  thence   1
shore line 20 chains. n ,
:��ejnt   of   commencemi nt-  oo, I
.. i, ���,
40  acres,   more  or  li I
���-DATED  this   11.Hi _aj   ,    p
1907.
Tin-   Mclaughlin   lumhkp
LTD.
By C. It   McLaughlin, : M
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS  HEREBY  m\m,
31   days after date, 1  in
to   the   Hon.   Chi<:'  c.
Lands and  Works, for
to cut and carry awa     ...
following desci i 1
follows:
I.    Commencing   il
on   Hernando     Islan  .  s
': ict, at  the southwe t ci
Hon 6; thence north i
���    ���  ���" ch ilns; thenci  -. .
thence wi   I .0 ch iin
ticen ��� ������ .
.'.    ' '1 n men  in ���
tin   11  rthfl esl  e ,..   .
tin     -   . .   . '. .
-  ' ' ains;   thence  -,
north  SO  chaii
n - ment.
Commencini   at
I tin liwest
''   ii ������  north   80  cl
liaii       then
est SO ch ii
mencement.
.1.  K    .1   ��� ���
Ji hn C irlson, Lo   iti
'.
Land Registry Acl.
Re  Subdivision
inn   Block  7, Nev, ���  1
City.    When as   pi
. ���   : Ideate   of   Titli     '���
i- ��� ied in the name of Gi       p. 1-
.    > been Bled In   hii offi ���
Notice is hereby givi n tl
at the expiration of oni
the date of the firsl p
��� na iiu; licati ' ' hi
ficate, nless In the ��� ��� 1
ol :������''' :. 1 ���- made '���
C, S   KI
District  Registrar ���
;.:.: .   Registry  Office,   N       .   I
. ler,  !:. C, Mare h 1 I,     i07,
Mb
ij.-:..-_cj.
-������-..
V" .
. "-.^MMit;.^    5
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HCV-J
STEAD   REGULATIONS.'
An;   . .   .'. ble 1 lomini n
���   Railway Belt In Bril
��� homesti . I
se :. . ho Is the sn..   head |
. 1,.  a ale over IS    ears 1
thi   ��� ;tenl  of   om -quarti
160 a. res, more or '������ ss,
Entrj   nm.:   be  n ��� h     ���      ���
'l ������ a" .1 land office for the  disl
whii h the land is sil tate.
The homesteader Is ed 1
form the condition '���
with  ind< r one of tin  I    ��� w
111    At 1' .in-  six mi nth    1
uj on an !   cultlvatii n ol    tl
1 ear for three yeai s.
(2)    If the father (1 . mi
;.  'iris deceased i, ol ; h< I
er ret   les upon a fai m in tl
0; the Ian I entered for,   tl -
n     '��� a.  ;.. resident e maj
ndi    j erson   resid ng    -
'. ther or mother.
Cii    If tin- Bettler hai   '
��� ���' ri   Idonce upe n fai    li
' 'I by him in the viclnit) 1
��� ������ id,   the   requireraenl
ii' um may be satisfied
upon the Baid Ian I,
siv months' notice In w I
be given to the   Comn
minion Lands al  Ottawa
tn apply for patent.
Coal lands m ij ... 1
��� ni re for soft ci I an 1 I
thracite, Nol more than
(an be acquired bj erne Ind
��� on any. Royalty nl lhe r
ci:.' ��� per ten of 2,000 poun I
collected on the gross out]
W. W. CORY,
Deputy nl' the Mini) ter \
terior. ���
N. B.���Unauthorized   puhl
this   advertisemenl    will nol '- f '
for.
March 21st, 190
HENRY GROSE.
NOTICE.
NOTICE  IH   HEREBY GIVEN  thai
1  lays after dale I Intend t'i applj to
���   Hi n.Chii E Commissioner of Lnnds
bank of Skeenn  ami  Works for       rial  license to cul
and carry awn,   tlml   ������ from lhe foi-
' ,;, mi's lowing 1' ������ l lan I, situ ifed ai    ie
NOTICE  IS HEREBY  OIVEN  thai
sixty days alter date we Intend I"
apply tn the Honorable Ihe Chlel
Commissioner of l.an.ls nnd Works
for permission to purchase ihe foi
lew Ing tract  nl' land Bil nal ed  In Coast
District,  Cor a Mill Site.    Ci nenc-
lng at a post planted on shore of hay
S.  I!.  Ann   Huaskin   Lake, about S. i
W. corner T.  L.  No,    6943;    thence
South   10    ehains;     Wesl     B  cliains; j
Smith 10 cliains, more or less lo N. E3, :
shore of Turnbull Covei Ihence West
wiih Bhore line Llu chains;   North  10
cliains;   Easl   a    chains;     North     10
chains, more or   less, to   Bhore    of I
llnaskiu    bake;    thence   Easl    with
"The Milwaukee"
"The  Pione-r  Limited"   St.  Pa��1 "
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha
Chicago,  "South    West    Li��"el]
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service  "n a
railroad  in  tiie  world  that  e9u\o
equipment that of the Chicago, *��
waukce   &  St.   Taul   Railway-    1"
own  and  operate  their own p
and dining cars on all! their trains
give  their  patrons  an  excelh
service  not  obtainable  rlscv.'li' '���'���
II. S, ROWE. General v-'
tj4 Third St.. cor Alder. Portl
I n.Y   APRIL  22.   1907.
TII E   DAILY   X EWS
;QUARRIE & Co. McQUARRIE & Go. McQUARRIE & Co. McQUARRIE & Co.
Real Estate
Agents
rinanc.a
Agents
1
Ins
urance
Agents
inv
stment
Brokers
MYTHICAL CREATURES.
111.-  I.e-.i.r.el  Ililirl   ;n   Ki   .iiin...   *Ion-
���tet-a  lu  oil-,,  1.   > a.
Xovr that the cold lighi ������!' science
_a_ thrown its ray upon the most re-
tuote  pans ,,:' our  globe there  Is  no
1 mger rot..: : -  - ttures
save the se . - ���: pent   au i h ��� ��� are told
0PERA=H0ll
Wednesday, Aoril 24
ean
The   Big,   ,1
e��j_ a __���*
ROrjT   STREET FRONT   STREET FRONT   STREET FRONT   STREET I:r'._;'Z���:-      SS H-Il-     R:_lf
a Tibetan antelope, while tbe cocka-   Jefi C 1 1 O PI 'It
Telephone
333
Telephone
333
Telephone
333
Telephone
333
subject    t.     10    months
13,500.    ������")
\    pine   residence  for sala  on
1 ' "street, corner Fourth  Avenue.
2�� ndjd ,ocation,   now   rented   for
L,Po00per month;  lease can be ex
I  J"A,d if pu-chaser so desires.   .A
Joed paying investment.  .Terms to
be - Mi"9ed-	
r houses to rent. One on 12th
e on  Fourth avenue:   one
i ���r street: one on 13th street.
C" -':*     "'
API .- at Clice'
READ THIS.
Splendid Farn-, 10 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate, No. 156. Fifty
acres, ill under cultivation. One
of the best bargains to be obtained
In the district. For exclusive s_le.
Price $10,500: $3,500 cash, balance
in 6, 12 and 18 months ot 6 per
cent.
Full-sized lot Xo. 8, between 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, ba!. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price 37,30,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
TO   RENT.
trice, the phoenix and the roc appea
i,, be pure Imaginations.
But in tin' Elizabethan age an use
tv! en lln' ,1."In Inn! Inn recently heen
;. ~. .e\ ered these anel many other
mythical creatures were, it" not living i
nt all events actual realities I , tin' ,ir
ilinary public, aud as such were referred t > in the works of tie great drama
ti-t  ami  nther contemporary   writers  I 	
We meet, for Instance, in the "Win- i    Undiaputably amusing and absol
ler's   Tale"   the  line,   "Make   ine  not   I. clean.���Montreal Herald.
sighted like the basilisk." an,I in "The | 	
Tempest,"  "New   I   will   believe  that
there nre u irns."   But nol onlj wns
���by-
Willis Maxwell Goodhue
Nothing but  Laughs
NEW   PROPERTIES.
N'o.   :..,,     i-roonie ;   house,   with     ath      H mse on   JBrantford    strget, south nil,,-,. ,-,.- |,.,��� ,,,- credulity given to the
i "n..  cornei    il   Gth   .i.m   Vgnes  St. sidi    from   liili   street,  painted   white, exlsteui ��� nf these ami such like laim
i'i-.  $4.C00; ls lance Si_.C0 [ier  month  in advance. Ions  i_.ot_st_rs,  hut   a   web  nf  mystic
  lore euelrcled  the most   common  ami
Prices���75c, 50c, and  25c.
Se i:s now mi sale  a'   Rj all's D   ig
Slur,'.
.\.
no   -i   House,   ���'..:.   batl
James  inlet, Hire.' 3quare miles, at
.��� i0t No. 1-' on Koyal Avenue,
. |otfro,    Eighth street. $1,050,
���  exclusively.	
i.-M  : '   ��� in.,    .'.������.ni;,. ens
anil ........
....
Ion all ail..      Prh        $1,000;
li    :  .��� asl      .....-���. t 7 '
hlore  exclusive   properties   just   listed
i '
, tc
St.     $2,500;   :-   $6.00 per acre, half cash, balan e easy.
inci       . i -��� ..,
best kn iwn ���'���' la'asts. birds nnd fishes.
Who, 1'ir Instance, is forgetful nt' the
popular  superstitious   connected   "in
___ 5_2_i
Ss^.m%a.
Large  lot   anl  two cottages en Co ,,���,   8uinmnnder    tii-   newl   ami   thu Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
,.     lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rented bliudworm, and who fail   to remember on Dominion Lands in the Province
,        >   . .              32.000;    '..   cash   al *'" e:"'''��� White's account of the "shrewnsh" .'it of British Columbia,
uomhs al 7'                0ne IIM ' "nt'';n-'- store?   house and Selborne?    And  It such superstitions                             ,	
N'o.    ". : mined    .finis     an-1
with us for sale.
Lol  .", " iposlte    Km x ch s
of Durhui i-rton, easl    Ide Col im       Sl    ���    on      ' : :'"' ,; mo3- al
car line.    $300 cash.
. mth si le ..'  S Vvenue;
'��� ���       Ughl   c-.le  ring;   C ������ . ' .' _   feel   on   , j)aser
 ' a   Sun. Block  10.    $1050 cash.
I lots on  I'm' i S   eet, 11. 12,  I.,  1 '.
lo.S   Bll    1.1      $350 each, hall      Full slz   I lot on Royal avenue, be-   tier,   14th street   and 8th avenue, lo
full   size   lot,   situated  north  sid_  ot   *,!!l  survive among uneducated  pons
ii". al avenue and corne   ol McKlnnis   ants ":' ""' Vreseni ���|,v we mn-v "e "4'
of  Lota   -  ..'..I   1 I
- ���
,<1  stuh
-   S        Prici   $2.5 y.   ��� , sured that t\
-   street   9 rooms;   bath room, hot and .   ,,    ���   .
fully believed bv the .igher classes.���
'   Id   water, closet;   woodshed;  ; mug ...,,i,,,,,.
,. _e Jul lll.e ,
1 ' ���     '   ���     '      ' ,;"    ii   bearig   fruit   trees;   str -  on   three 	
lal
Pi .-���   $1,300.   .:"
si les :   Rn ���   \ lew.
.   ���   ':.
i ine full size 1 lot, _n 1 lol from cor
Sealed    Tenders    addressi I to
..   Commissioner of Dominion Lands, I
partment of the Interior, and mark   i
on the' envelope "Tender for Tim
Berth N'o. 51_."    will  be received at
this Department until 12 o'clock noon
ah tn.- i':ii-i- ire inn the Rxprension   "" Wednesday, ihe. 26th daj ol June,
<>f one iden. | 1907,  for a   license  to  cut  timber on
WORKS  OF A WATCH.
'    '     ���    ��� ',!''"'���" '������"''��� .... ;   \i, ... ,;, ,,.   G6  Ml! feet    $250 cash.
' ���      ��� !' 2 ho :-'-          ol     Mei rival    an i .   ��. ,nn   ,, ,���,       ,
.      ''        ��� elock    ll " $1'200'  '  	
lol   lie    one   .   ise rents  for $2"). the 2   lots,   N'o. 24  and "2,   block  '���.   i, ��� HOUSE and LOT
To one who h is never studied the
mechanism of n watch Its maiusprlng
nr the balance wheel is i mere piece of
metal.  He may have looked at the face
'   "ilV:]- '     ''-   ,;"  a,'<*"- tween Sixth avenue ancl' Xanaimo St.,   Centrally located in a commmanding   of the watch and while he admires the   u.o ^   fc   ,, "        '
-.  necteel    wit .    sewers      Price $3,500. .i,,,.,.|,,���.   tim,. ���     .   r ,   motions of lis hands nnd ihe tune it      .,..,,.,     . ,,,    .,,       '   ,
��� i  ��'-   v    . -. .   :���     |n ...  l2 and  18  "" l    'etween   ,,:i>   and   Mb   streets.   ���������';'��������".    rhh'd   avenue,   at   foot  of   kecps be niav have  wondered  It,  Idle   of the Nortii Fork of Illeclllewaet Rh
Berth NTo. 513, comprising land -   ���
ate In the Proi Ince of Bi Itish Col i
hia, ami described ns follow -:
Timber   Berth   N'o.   513, compri sing
old       ncre    Dl
tern
i ��� ' ���
tl .     mmi   sh..   .- ippi :
'   $��5 f.     both, easi, Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey lmaMmcnl ils to ,.u, character of the
  house.    Ien rooms (recently papered) machinery  which is concealed  within.
",,���     7   i_n   ,;   ������ subdivisions run- A11   modern  conveniences;    hoi    and Take It to pieces aud show him each
I   ning  from 5th to'6th St.,  Ith and 5th f��W   Wfter'. bath'   flush   closet'  lava" !'^ ^'I';''-;'''^ 'n,,M,e wi!i ,-,. ,uri,i_e
���'���"������' ���       ,,.,,1111       it   7
Prl
."��� '    ��� Port Kells al G.X.R  sta-
; ,���,.. Him:    l Vi   ������' re , house, It! \ Js t,., ,.
i.i      ( .     rin      -'...ii     mii trees; nevi
' "in    12 acres  i          .  and \ve.;  one lot  on tram Iim     $300 for
"       ''     '   J2300' l,:;  ""    ���    :||S- .....-: price $1,500 for the two.
1  ash.
���' :n ���--- !.. -    tlon 14. N   ',_ of K   .'��� Acreage on Vancouver road, corner
' Ti     .  .          ! miles fi oni ' ridge off ,     ..                     eo25    e     :������ ���       \cre-
or. in aboil! Townships 27 an I 2\
Kan. e- 28, West of the 5th Meridian :
Block l - Covering :1m tracl lying
along the said Rivi between Blocks
1 and 2 of Timber Berth 174, and i v
te'iielin. hack from said River th:,- ���
quarters of a mile, containing an area
of 0.56 square miles, rnore or less.
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot neither design nor adaptation nor rela
66x132, with lane in rear-   part of lot tlon  betwee0  ""'m- lll!t Put lh,':n '"
set oul with fruit trees    Price $0750 *""'"''' s<>t tl">"' '" work' ,,"i"t OUt *'"'
.. . ,.,       ,    ,   , T offlces of each spring, wheel and cog.
��� "" cash,  balance arranEed , ���     ., . .    .,
'��� explain    their    :���-, ��� e--i.n'e    and    then
house isx26. ' ���',"       ' ., , .     ,     ,,    .. show him the r.-s:li    N'i ��� he perceives       Block 2.���Covering the tract lying
' ��� ���      fenced   11 :,���,,,  ���> ...���_,. finish j, an.  ''-'   !~ scllin�� 1:,sl al thls Prlce - lots. -"��� '-v-  -Nil- -'"��� $170; Xo. 21, th.it |r is .,��� ,,..���    ,.iKti. ,;,.,,   ,,otwlth.   along the said  River between Blocks
$1000, oilier 3 ra'     ��� -:  small      2S   acn-  .m    Mara   road,  Burnaliy,   (corner)   $175.    Durham   and   Second standing the nun '.ier of p irts. their di-    1 and 3 of said Berth 474, and extend
;:"'-     '' "   Healed and       "l"'l  $;c0 an aen ���    I'uli    ,\   FEW    DAYS   streets. verse forms aud various orUces and the
,;"1   ONLY.   One.qr.arte    cash,    ,alanc,    I      n���   .      .    , . agents concerned, the whole piece Is of
;','".     I , ' ,���"'",:;  n."^   '���"-"   7 0Ue hUDdred and SlXty aCres N> W- one Idea.   He now  rightly concludes
V,  Sec.   15, Township 11, two miles I that when the mainspring was fashion-
from  Fort   Langley,  5  acres slashed, od and tempered its relation to all the
icre   N'o. 1 land.     Price. $10 per acre. One other parts-must have I n considered;
.���roomed modern residence on Uh Av. between
6th and 7th St.. with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees, outbuildings,
-���. les, &c.; an exceptionally 'heap bargain. Price
JUDO, $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
months al  7  ' I
1  ful! sized I"' "ii St. Patrick's Sl
i   rth s ide   bel we a John  McKenzie'
I
I
norm   siue    ue ween   .mini   .\ ici.e'iizie .-.     , . ., --             -...^. ,..*. ,,..,   ���_,... v,uc
.-enl Glover's house.   Price $475. half cleared  : ���Ml   ���'���' Panting,   i  i. ac- third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent. *at the cogs on Uils wheel are cut and
cash, balance In C months at 7  ...        res  partlj   cleared.    House,  5   rooms, imerest- regulated���adapted   to the ratchets on
Full      ed lol   N'o.  12 on Royal Ave.   11x24;   storey   and   half,  small  barn; that, etc., and his Bunl conclusion will
and  Sth  St     Price $,1050,    half cash,  chicken house;   :   ill  trees and straw- One hundred and sixty acres, x.\y. h,>  tliat  such a   piece of  n hanlsni
eulanre at 7 '.',  per annum.                       .,,.,   .)laHts.   $i:,,   ,,,;.   cash;   ,,.,;. i4    Sec. 25,  Township  16,  2K  miles l'"nM   uot   bave   '""':i   Prod��ced   by
Westerlv  I   ll  of in:   Sui,   itleick 5          ' .    .,                          - r,,.,,,      *, e   . ,-    ,            ,              ��� chance, for the adaptation of the parts
,      ,     '      '���     ,    ' ,.                              ance   n   hree months al   , per oent. from      Abbot3ford,    creek      running ._ .,,,,,    .,       -, .   ,             ,-     .
i::_xl!!2 corner  ion feel square;    two hi- Is such as to show It to be according to
....- drawing $28   er month.    Price     This Is n valuable holding, and near   "lrolISh   acres  alder bottom, saiel design aU(] obedient to the will of one
$5,000. hall  cash,    a'nee In 6 and 12  to Ihe city, call and bring this adver- ;"   Ih>  fl'""  worth  of  timher  on the Intelligence.
;nths                                                  ,  tlsement with you for further parti- Droi)ert-v'    Price $10 per acre, % cash,                   	
:   Princess s .    Mo.  ii and balance on time                                                nn>- ��nie_ ,��� Market.
''"���'"-���     '  '''������        2. between 6th and 7th Ave., two lots  cuiars. 	
Imi ton    J .-���   at  th         m ..,,,  c    ,,..    ,,.i     sidp       p, , , -,                     ,                                        lf   ls   ""'   nu   uncommon   thing   ln
Minding, ah en. the           ���   rin   ���,'  ^sl,  balance fi mos TeD a('''0S '" Lot 1C3'one mlle easl FrnI  '" "�� ;'  ''"���"'"'��� forty or fifty
17 lots, full sizeel em 6th street, In "f Westminster Junction, Al soil, eas- miles from hum' in wet weather with
Double tenement house
'     '  eared, undi .���   - ,t .     x,,   |o   , |eared,    $315, ha
mm                  irn  at u.lance 6 mos, ai 7 '",-.                   Rurnaby,   Easl   side   100   yards  trom  Hy cleared.   $30 per acre,
���   '   '   '               ' ,              lenemenl   house,   ll      ���.-���������.   Cliff  ('an   factory.     Price  $1,020.
" *1.350- on e3S>' '                Ll St.;  X lot.   V        $1,700;
���"���!"-    522    - .  ,         ..               hal|       .; | .,    m     .���  ;.,.
G and 12 months , ,                                        can i e bought  n >������������  for
2, N !���:   ������ ii i a. .-:       ;,  .������:-' .                .1- '    l-'
s   load.    If he  sees  a  prospect  of u
rooms In  thr ay,8' r;,i!l' '"' |,,;ls lu< tarPan)In
60 acres  1 fruil  land In Surrey;   each liouse, water, light, full size lot,    '    '  '" ' '"''''''   '    '"'"'' " ":   '' ' '''"���"""
'. per acre,   between    Firs:   and   Second    sire";
and n waterproof coal on nnd starts
off to market,    lie- may go lit'tv miles
lance n north side.    Price  before be finds a market that'sults him,
Tim it fir. c i ��� ��� ika     -������������   r��� one ,,.- two years al 7 per een: $ 1.500. half cai'i, balance In one year I or he may know lu advance just where
n                          I road   on    mite ,, e; n��� ..., ,    .       ,;      ,.
.    e road an h    ���    SA      ler's cornel        hi. ISO acres, Maple Ridge, Sections 2S, at 6 per cent. be Is g g.   lou do not ofteu see nny-
corner; tl       ... and 32. Township 9. one-half pral-      m I body driving fifty m les through a rain-
rie, re I    rush and some small  trees. ., .���������    .     ,  u.,,���.       .,.    './ r.��'"   st "' ' ,:i" ' "l""1  s,:lt'^ '" t""1  ;1
Price                 ...                                   Qo llvaUon, good  water, hall mile  from   market for a load of hay, but It is not
ne .������    Prices: Section  ,2, $45 pe,  acre   ^ achooli ft|  ChllllWBck   $75 aer,_
lion ..'. $60 ; ��� i  ai re; Sei tl in 2S, $__
iii  ii'i ��� mii!'.!    house
.- worth $7 pei   icre
cleared   L'___ '
1 \ - ,. i    .. ���   ���
uncommon to see farm ers' wagons for
tv or fifty miles from home In France,
Ing back from said River three-quarters of a mile, containing an area of
three-quarters of a square mile, more
or less.
The berth must be surveyed within one year after the date of th ��� n i
tice awarding the berth.
The regulations under which a license will he issue.I, also printed
forms of tender and envelope, may bo
obtained at this Departmenl or al tin'
office of the frown Timber Agenl il
New West minster, B. ('.
Bach  tender must   be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartere >
hank  in favour of the  Deputy of the
Minister of the Interior, for the an
oent  of    the bonus  which  the appll
cant is prepared to pay for a liceftse.
Nei tender by telegraph will be entertained. The highest or any tend ir
not necessarily accepted.
PERLEY C.  KEYES.
Seen 'ai';.
Department, of the Interior,
Ottawa. April 2nd, 1907.
.         indXewW nster.l per acre.    Telephone  ��,    Mam, id; Blghl-roomed    house , all    modern ^.   ,'   J '    ,'     "      ; ;;'     Z'   .    ' U/ocfmincbr   IrOfl    Wnrlc
,!                                                                             ', . .    Pitt River Bridge, conveniences, on Carnarvon street and "^Th^^                                                             ��0fl    ��0iir.S
1,1  ������'   ���    it. dbxiOtl         i |..,,    .-)���,      $200 cash, ba ,       , , S \th   itreet   two  .torevs   $. 7-.n .eiip'si.    iuor nmu�� uie jusi u�� buo-i
. St. between 4th and aj                       .           : Terms. 1                   ilai ne and two a,utt stre��- t��o stoi.js, $3,750. then ns at any time.                                  GENERAL MACHINK ami JGMU1NB
ai
P   .  ������  $2.3j0,   n
-  in i. man       ���'.'���..       i ��� ������������.'���
. G       ins water on llth I
cleared;     S roomed   V \ enn
.  '    ��� ��� 1,   ..    ..    lied
���   u ���������       M'   illl
urs al 7   ��� ; cent.   Exclush ���      incy.     : lots, tun sized, i;:_xi__, cornei  of
Ihe Crescent;   7 re.nin I   house. ��� Price I Tiie chinear.
' $10,500, Yz cash, balance 6, 12 and 1S      Conservative   historians  among   tin
nionths. Chinese claim   for  their  race an   nn
or 1      \        ml ��� rooms    I  closet upstairs;       ^        |o        [o tiqulty of at least 100,000 years, while       Ornamental   Iron   worK,   inei
full sized lots.    Price $2,500. one-third   those   whose   estimates   are   a   litth- ' Fences. (Jutes. Fire  !-.sca;,es. ��t
...     ;ll    Ized lot, '.'���:.I.i2:
WOKK
SHIP SMITHING, Bull   ..-. an I
STRUCTURAL IKON     WOKK
3,000.    Terms one-third   I                            Ic     llghl .J COO.   '     I ' ���              month    al   7 cash. bal. 6.  12 and 13 months
���I:    "���'  ;'   "!-ill__  Sffi.'                                                                      ' ������ ""�� 2��� acre   blocks,   fruit   lands,
;i,. at 7 'c. ���....'. I   un -n street ��� ��� ., [on  $20 per ai ra
  . ���       ���:..;. si i
m   ISth   sti   cl,
1
: '
:   .. 0 $245,  '_���
'.  ii. ni   1
S ...-.,  S V_  ol
. n lilp 2,    Log
��� n 1 iops,
'  '   I: ni:    In es:    12
I,   1    acres    under
act es slashed
acre, i^ cash, bal-
���'   'ns al   7' j
'     ���'. block 0, lot  I I,
Square;       Price
x 168, Tenth streel
ii venue.   Price $450.
1 ish, balance terms
Q a
A Good Special
Five acres on LOth Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
111,use 24x24; . rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Darn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
House,   full    size i   lot,   on    Kean
'wild" nssert  thai   the Chinese wi-vi-
Dear   t-;t' original  Inhabitants of  the earth
aud lhat Chinese hi story goes back nt.
i.-.ist   r.i ii i.i ii ii i.i ii 1.1 years,    The  -.: ������ crn
inent records of i 'hlnii pi: ce the foun
In act   iin -'��� ���.  '���-.  Timber, fir.ee-   stree., papperton;   rea - for $10 per   jatlon of the empire at 11500 B. C. and
i. i a' lood soil; good roads,   month,   Onlj  $1,050. claim that It was established by Tohl,
Mail orders and correspondence
vlted.
JOHN REID,
BEQBIK B'l Kbe, I
*y'ew   Ve--'ei,nsM ������ (���    ' ���     ���
Applj   : i" i -li  parti    I n
'. ���    ;,   is, Iii, 2.i, 21, fa,
House,     I'
uns,   I'_    lots,   near
who,  they assert.
the  N'niii  men-
i ir,ih   r mr It   aven   ���   and   Sevenl h   sl reet,
ti-, i 'd  in the bo ik of ' ��� unjsl��,  B, ('
22 in.
iin-ci mi .-    : . ;       $2,000.   Terni3 i in be arranged.
'     ' '   ���                       I full-slze'd Lot           ve ..   s -, mth "���">��� It Btrurh lier.                   j
I,  ' i. li     ���   ���    ������          al   cash,    -     hvenue    au I  Hamilton  -' ', easl  ol "You seemed greatly Impressed," said    j
ith   tree       ��� . . can I an : fenced; ""' minister, "with my description of
*���������-��� 7]
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how thev brought the head of John thr    j
'    '' I   ::   "il   ���    ""'        '    '   , ,'   '   "on   '      '" '"��� *\ '   ttuptlst before the king on a salver."       *
���      Price $2,500. hall cash,    uihnce one year at 7 per     ..'yea." sighed Mr style; "I waa
''"' thlnklug how much better they train
7 1.1.is mi   Twelfth   street, between   ed servants In those da>s    Sow. mine,
.ol   . '   en  I    ' n in enue, sill   B, 10   ,       . .            , . ,   i   ,      ..      ,  . ... ....
i m.'-.-ii s ainl   nurd avenue; wesl side I when they bring me things, are forever
���i sui, te. $300 cash. !. cleared; size  ,,, (.;||. shn,,.    ,;,:; >j/(,    ,,,., v ^>m forgetting the salver/'-Uiflsville Con-
:'' ;'',,;   l'>'  r;- ''���';                               cash.                                                       rler-Jotirnnl.
Hot; e    and three    lots, corner   :. 1 	
Ave, and Mth  SI :   5-roon, house nnl       "' i"1"' :v"'l!l nu''    :'    '' '' ra���� a Sure Way.
i���dern    Improvements;  lol    66x1712;   ,;.,..���,,    p,-iee $1,500, one-third cash,  r|o;:i city limits on    Porl  Moody;    s     t,Mr8t   Author  Oh,   t'--e   unutterabU
acres    nn hn-    cultivation;    7-roomed   monotony  of exlstoneol    I  am  thor-1
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED
.leiii'j    hous
iu rooms,   niso
is;  lol    66x1712;
��� ni bm i . pari of lol sei oul with   ,;,,   .  |n , [g ,^li;i. .,. 7 ,,.,, ,,,,,,
���     au
I    nice   lawn,    Price
m nis.'  of   :   r ns     en I     . ��� l ilu n ;
>750   81500 cash   balance ti nnd  12       ,e  .',','.,    j   i ,���   um:,:., ,.,, 2nd  loi   !,''rl>  40xS0;    fe
'     '   '   !  -   ,,���. ,,.���,      ��� Ith  Ave     .-"   I Uh  HI ,    west side;    |in|r  80Utn    .M,.
,i    ai   i   |iei  < i iim a..",   i      .   v     impereil :  -Ink  nnd  pan
house;  frame  barn;    chicken  house,   .uglily disgusted with II all     Would
fenced and In good    "�����   lhat I mi, lit completely disappear for i J
I
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i
336 Hastings si. \\ . V ine iui u
j
Bookkeeping, Gregg an IP     ������
Shorthan I, Telegt tphj   in i En    i
gineerlng.
i
Seven  Teachers
torfy-Fiie   Typewriters j
Students Always in  Demani .
Price $4,500,
, ,, ,     ,,,!������ Sl,    tprnis   .200 cnsh.'lifi   Cl Sh, bal. In H inoiiliis :t-  ~ per cent
-                         *" l                   ,,        ,      �� iir-nthly nt 7 per en
ie      Vacanl lots for Bale In all parts oi    , ll(h ,,,.   v,.nr
���>.   that I uu, nt completely disappear lor   j p   i   cpiur   n  A    Pri,ir;iiil    '
hal{  awhile.    Second   Author  Tbem   why   j "   I. OMJII, D. ��.,  nin_|l*   ,
I     .l....'f      .,,.,,      .., I, �����>���,���      ,,       l'.,,,,.,<<u      ,.���,��,����., II   .-  .     I    1 ___-_____.
��� .!.    I " per i--iii. or rents nI  i: 10 per
i'i   Sl     ami    Hh       Vacanl   lots  ror sale ill  an   iku i�� '"   n.onlli foi  n eye n 2  lots corner of  I'nh and St, Andrew's
- I"11 Bl^d  lots, 66x   the dtJ, ,',,������ $25.00 to $3,#00 !  N    c     ������    tbcrlnnd  St.,  Sapp,    - ^���" mAIl* ��&wn. hair
apples, pears and ,.    .    ,   , .  in  gapperton,  facing .���.-n.    hnlnnce 6 months al   7 per cent
,��� ' .1.000.  $2,000 cash,  hill
' \
Bi nnette street,
$150 cash.
i    ,   .
���. in
.-    ' i ilf Section 17 In Surrey,   i,.m  run   through from Btreel   to street;
i . ned linrgnln.
&  CO.
ilon't  you  marry  a   famous woman?-
Judge.
ii,r Mourning:,
Maud Why is that lady over tha
way always In black? Is sim mourning for any one? Bess Yes, a husband. Maud 1 didn't know she'd been
married, Hess No, but she's mourn-
fog for u husband all the same.
Res3 Estate Brokers
Agents fcr Employer*' Liability, and Ur/mv Fire Assurance Co. pf London.
Of Coarse.
Professor (a little distracted) ��� Vm
��� glad to see you.   FtoWs your wife?
"I regret It professor bul I'm not
married."
������Ah, yi'-M Then of course your wife's
I itill sli,';:!. ""-I-'li'V'eii '���>������ Blatter.
J. HDNLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters., Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Fimlly Trarie a Specialty,
r-l. 113. Office.  Eighth  Strt-t,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   3.   C.
V THE  DAILY   NEWS.
MONDAY.  APR L 22   ..^
*
TEA!   TEA!!
.������..".."..".... _
We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon
Tea, in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
RUSSIANS OUTRAGE
MANY JEWISH WOMEN
A CHRONICLE CORRESPONDENT
TELLS SORDID STORY Oc~COU-
DITIONS���SEMITES SEE SEA
OF   ELOOD.
Rooming House
Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Fer J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,   Maryland --- Guaranteed
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS and PRESTON
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
... ation,  .\iiiil  21.    A   .--,������ (lal    ��... -
ci   . ondeui   ol   Lht   Jewish   t brou   .-
, |i_ ,i  inn ri in.- story of tne outragi s
..... M 'e :  e. iiii impunity on  the Jews
ii.  Russia, an i  01   the pei s 'cm ion  to
rthich ilu.'..' are subjeei   in alniosi  all
parts   of   the   empire.    He   says:   "J
....   i olle ited data foi   he months of
.1 in- .  July,  Augtis..   Se ..'��� mbei     and
e i    ...  of  last  year, ..mi   have   p r-
.onal Inform: i ol   120 cases of iii.i. ks on Jew ish  girls    and    women,
ie   .-   ages   range  ;iom   I '    to    63
..nils.    This  i-i happening al   present
in  South Russia."
The  whole air ni'  Russia,  says the
.   ,      oisone :  with  anti-S.rn.tic
acilli;   onlj     hi ��� ���   Ji w .-  h: ve     b< en
i :. cted   Io  tin    new   I > um  .   when-a
m   ; i.i-   i'ii si   : here   were  I >velve.    li.-
:���   Mil-   �� ,1.     Mr-     folIOWSi      'Til..-     .-i'llMl [Oil
of  ihi-  -li ws  iii  Russia   Is  nol   bel
: Ii  i; before, mni in s mii   respei  s ji i
m i.-.-.'. because   I Im   ,)i u - lia . e behin 1
ihem e.inrages and see before   bom ::
sea   (ii'   leleieiel    which   V. ill    II"!   be   less
serious than  iis  predeci ssors."
Polish Your Furniture
with Johnson's Prepared Wax. it preserve - and brin. s out natural beauty of
tl-. wood. It produces a rich, artistic
finish, to which dirt ami dust will not
:, ll ��� re. .Ins! try it and you will sw how
i_-.ie.-_ better .: is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish lor All
Wood." Use it on your doors nnd woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
lor n.l dancing Boors.
Vou cein _el Johnson's free l>exel;. "The
Proper Treatment (or Floors, Woodwork
e..... Furniture" and these preparations of
Anderson &*
Lusby
2.
7
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'Phone   105.
'Phone   10.
CARPENTERS....
and Builders: Purchase your supplies from us.
Full stock of Tools, __c.,<X_c.
BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges        187 Columbia.St.    Tel. 65
Agents for "KLENO." "������>%
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'���SOMETIME���I
you may require a
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LEAD PENCIL.
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* ���
J    You can get a good one from the stock carried by   $
I J. J. MACKAY 6.  CO. I
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BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
���
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| Eiectrie Railway Service \
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t
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Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver anil way
stations will run every haif-
hour from 5:50 a, in. to 11 p
id. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a.  m.    Half hourly care will
* nm   from  Centra!    Park    to
��      Vancouver only.
a   Ci':y Limits Line���Service from
J      ii. ID a.m, io 11 p m.
2   20 Minute Service���No iran .for.
��� Between 12 and " and ft and 7.
30   Minute    Service    dniliiK   rc ��
malnder of day.   Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. ���
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be J
tween s a.m, and 11 p.m. *
Sapperton  Line. ^
13  Minute  Service  from  6.25  u. T
m. in  ll   p.m., excepl   I   I��������� een ���
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, during I
which In       the service will be ��
half-hourly. *
Sunday  Service   balf-nourly  i e-  ���
tween ! 13       a. and 11 \ .ra,
X British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Lid %
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SLOW  BREAK-UP.
Navigation  on    Lakes   Will    Ee   Much
Later  Than   Usual.
Port  Arthur, April 21.���The- indications are that the break-up of the lake |
vs i.i be aboul the 1   i s   i;i the historj
ol ua\igation al ihis port.    Last week
Caj t. Craig, Supt. Si Hi rs, of the Brit-
ir.h-Aiuerican   Elevator   Co.,   and    R.
Milne went  over to the cape.    They
arrived   back  yesterday.    Mr.   Setters
states the prospects did met look verj
'm ighl for an early opening al  Silver
island and they found an ice-field ex-
te iieiiiii; several  miles out   into Lal.
Superior.    In   fact,  no    open    water
could be seen.
The party went out three miles
from the island and thi re c it a hole
through ilu- ice- and found it to be 32
Inches thick. There is no sign of th
icefield weakening, in fact, the huh
lias had no visible effect on it, the
ii ��� I eing covered with snow the sami
ar. in the middle of th.' winti   .
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The pas:   w. <���'. lin -  : .    . ..
owors,   . :    ��� ia pes 1
have  bei n   ml led   anil  bi If ':'- n      p tin     _tocl     afti
������..   -'    um .   -.  : in
Thi arrivals i eel from :,. ndon, En
rea l.v to wear    liapes, Saili        |   . :.      tvlll be se.
entireh differi ��� ���        ,-hat was . hi wn  in   trimmln i
women to \ isit this openlnj  oi  . . -.>.   hi   dn - -1
Many New Wash Collars
and Belts Are Being Shown
Everj   daj   brings some  new Idea  In neckwear.    While
man may have anywhere from one to a dozen collars, an am
men!     , .        ihis causes a fluttei   ol   - xciti menl   and   I
seci ion   I ecomes a  busy placi .
The newesl collars  shown are without tabs and In this -
show lace collars, linen collars, Bilk  forms In all shadi
Vli attractively priced.
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Absolute Accuracy
in Dispensing
is  a specie! feature here.
Your   doctor   knows   what
quantities ana materials to
put   in  your   prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your docto- orders.    Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed  by scales
and measures   proved accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to  have    your   prescriptions
filled bv us.
Lace Collars  1
Linen  Collars,  each    -];,c   to   V-
Silk Collars,  each       35c  t0 js-
Chiffon   Collars,   each      35cto._'
W.S. COLLISTER & Co.
247 Columbia Street. .New Westminster
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EMPLOYMENT  AGENCY   SWINDLE.
Immigration     Department    Will   Take
Action   en   Behaif  cf  Englishmen.
Win ni .ne... April 21.���The immigration a ithorities will take action
against ��� local eni] I lymenl agency
which, i: is claime !. took money from
English immigrants, and sem therfi om
' ��� t ou a ia;. 's railway jourm y, onlj
I - f(nd i a arrival at their destination
that there was nee job for them. James
Cam] ell, of tin Immigi. I ion depart-
mi nt, has the case In han i and will
insist on the men ha .iii.' the fi e | aid
bj them arfl thi ir expensi ��� turne I
by the agency.
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DRUG  STORE
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The Fines! and Largest Stock - f !'������    ture i     i be   een   I  :  \     S,    j
Our clearance sale is still on.   Ovei $15,000 stock still to go. i\
New goods arriving daily.    Latest styles and besl finishes, ���'
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W. E. FALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM !
716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four  Flee...      Rear Extensio i,  Front St   ',
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Toys, Dolls
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Mei ting,
April   22 Qui ��� a'-    \venue   E iworth
l.i-.M.Mi    Ban mu i.
April  . . Lawn Tennis ��� llu i  Mi ��� -
ing.
April  .'.- Wi -    E   I Lai    i --   Club
Ml-eiili;
A].i*II 2-1 Halcyon Whist Club I'ini .
VIei I ing,
Vpril  .' \-:,i-     :...,.... i   o.O   ���'
Ann! .ersai Ci eh ,.
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FANCY GOODS
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10 acres, i miles  from town;   i-uitahle for  fruil   and   |M iltry.    Prici
per acre   $60.0C
11 acres, :: miles from town, frame house, barn and
fruil trees and small fruit.   Price, terms   $2650
Scotl  road    2S acres, 5 miles  frcrn  town;  7 acres clean I,       n
good house; good water; convenient to Bchool,    Price  ... J17^'
217-219 Columbia Sl.
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Fourth  Avenue, close  to en i\  mi I- rn  I louse,
: papered  throughout;   l  iie droom   u       li s.      Pi Ice
 $::.ooo
Fifth Street,  below  Fourth Avenue, now mode    i    ������   lllns,
���    :."-ii-  :     I    bedrooms and  bath  upstairs.    Price   .3C0.
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REAL ESTATE ,nJ INSURANCE
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Second Street, good house, 7 large rooms; orchard and
stable; lol 110 x 290 feet; all cleared; brick basemenl
under kitchen.    Price   $3,550
St, George Street, two houses, S rooms; light; city water;
nice gardens.       Price $2,000-    _
Sixth Street, below Fourth Avenue, two modern bungalows, 5 rooms, bath, pantry, etc.; nice lots, with lane al
back.    Price    $2.CC0 each
Good terms can  be arranrjed on the above propertier.
Nanalmo Street, two cottages on full sized lot; lol all
cleared.   For cash sale $sco
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to raise good stock is good FEED, We keep the besl and Lhe
;"' ' only. .Make your chickens la, by giving them good feed.
Strengthen your live stock by building up bone and muscle,
and use CARNEFAC.
LADIES have you tried Ilie Pastry Flour made by the i trne
Milling Company, If not Telephone 333 and try It; the result"
obtained   are excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
front street. Telephone 333.

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