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MRead the News'big
offer on page 2
��   VOLUME 2, NUMBEK 82
Cr2?I^i ReQd the News7 big
offer on page 2
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY  MORNING, APRIL 8, 1907
Ki CENTS PER WEEK
ENRY  HALLWAY
DROWNED
IS
IMMIGRATION  DEBATE.
STRATHCONA   BEATS  ROOSEVELT.
Problem of European Superiority to Be   President's Ambition to Secure  Buffa-
,dy of New Westminster Man Found Floating in Burrard
Inlet Had Been Missing Since February 17th Dead
Man Identified by Brother.
\\
ter
l,o ij. whi :h, upon  being recover-
,  ���      Re I  ;is   thai   of   Henry
laj.   . i   New    Wesl minster,   w us
ning   In     r..n rani    Inlet,
.... : . ;he Union Steamsliip
il six i 'cl ii .. Si I iirdaj even-
.   i .,;,;,iin   I'.'.'i '  ��� ii, an  ��� ���   ea
; ian   ������ bi        -  ������    uighl   watch-
[Tn! -i        ami''; '  : mi
��� ��� .-  ,i    Istani
A. P. Halliday, of .\'w,
\' aa telephoned  lo.    I \< -���'.���
\ am ouver and Identity
uf Hi.' unfortunate mi .-
itininsti r,
nl  over 'n
. he remains
those of hi-
Solved Tonight ^^^^^^^
"Resolved    tbal   Immigration    from
Southern Continental   Europe is  more
to ; ti<   .im. aniagi   of Canada than thai
from  Asir..''  is  the  subject   of  n   de-
���   thai is to take place In the school
room  of  ih'-  Queen's   Avenue  Metho-
-���   church   this   evening,   when   the
irmai ive  v i.i   be taken  by   Messrs.
t'.   I.'. Osborn,    !���'    Hagman    and    F.
loes Checkmated.
Denver, April 7.���President Roosevelt's cherished ambition to Becure for
American national park the famous
herd of 300 bison belonging to Michele
Pablo, a wealthy hidalpo of Mexico,
has been defeated by Lord Strathcona
and other energetic officials of the
Canadian governmi nt,
Howard   Eaton,  the   famous    guidi
iiinl hunti r nt big game, ��hose ranch
NEW  ROAD   ROUTE
MADE PUBLIC
IS
J. J. Hill Supposed to Be Behind Railway Being Built
In Alberta Country Rich in Mineral Wealth to Be
Tapped    Immense Timber Belt.
biol lii'i.     Had il im ���'       m fi ; I In   I <'���'-
. i   Mr.  Halliday I imillai
' .��� iii'i iiev-  e\ iiru .'    i;s broi her,   in :
thai iii.' \>mm r h.,       il quite rendi
���; i'   ->\riting   illegible,  it   is  iii.' ly
[illl till' :  '"'"'' IWaMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMt
nl' .Mini.,   have  in'mi learned,  for his  body was   '.'������   mosl interesting heard Ji   the citj
ttlng ilie-   in ;i badly decomposed condition, and   for  some   time .   Tin-  subject   is  one
in which considerable interesl  is  tak-
i . . -..���'. .-.  ������     '. '. ; gi   audience is con
'  ������ . . .;���;;���:.    A   free offering
will   be   taken   ;.;   the   door,  nml   this
The   negative   side of   the
question  will   '������    lebated   by   Messrs   u  near  vvolf,  Mont., i-    a
J c. Davidson, .',. Fishi r and F Marl . ; frj, n | 0f i->,-.-.-i-i< nl  Roosevelt
be  young men Interested in the   ,., ,���  .     tne  ���,.���..,    atj0ul   the  buffalo
with much regret.   11 ��� ai rived in Den-
Cowley, .Min., April    7.���Tin-    pro-, will i..' proceeded  with  this  summer,
;,,,;-    'the Greal West railway com-' ^so lhe surveying ami grading of tehe
re<' nl,'.'���   chartered to  run  from
' iate  ha re  ca refully  prepare I  ai gu-
i.,"i.: -   backed up by irrefutable facts
��� Mi! thi   del ;i .- promise i to be one of'
ranch
In  ��� ... ei  .   .mi
thi   water h,- face had been eaten almosl i ntin
��� li   if   .';    : iM-'. i    il "nis  ij away.
���"'"'���  of  a   very   good      Mr. Halliday states thai liis brothe
return ticket in New Wesl  | had   been  missing since  February   1"
v..-.- in lay,   en   ro iti    I
Wolf.
Some time ago Eaton ; i ived a tip
that Pa l<i'i mm ..i ;.. rd wa; ' i sale
He   found many nf the herd in be n is
company's Hacks.    As the  entire reniie
personal     \a\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\\W\\WWWW ''"'           ''"'
i    .. iv (iii the Crows Nest in 111< ��� nap .  ,      .,,   ,
.,., | .... ,,:   materia]   will   be  an   easy   matter
on :!;���   north foi    are here wi.;, I'm,. ,-,,.,,   .,���.  gap     Thi, gradlng will   ,,,.
pector Hargrieve and hav- announced done by  fanners  and   ranchers along
the  routi   lhat   the   road   will   Mellow, the   route,   under   the  company's   en-
The railway   will  run easterly   om  of g'.neer.    Ii  is expected that  the  mail
Cowley,  along  t'i.-  highway south  of will   be  ready   for th.-  steel  early in
Massacre   Butt   to   a   poinl   over the 1908.
south  fork, thence curving northward Asked as t.o whether ilu- ('. 1'. R.. ur
thi   Old Man's river, crossing it on .1. .1.   Hill   was   behind  the   road,  the
the bottom lands toward the mouth of gentlemen   had   nothing   to   say.   but
~m
Iter. Elect rii-    railway a  diligent  search  was instituted, but
a   grip,   which    until    last without any trace of him being found.
remained    at    the    station, The  widow of the  deceased  had   be-
letters and a quantity of bank come almosl  hysterical with suspense
-..'  ������  found.    The  loiters  bore as  the days   passed  ���without  bringing
; ��� ss of Henry  Halliday
[Westminster,
will go tov .: ds defraying the i xpi ns. -
ol  the    rening
In   addition   to   ti.-   deba e,   an   in-
' : -''������i- : vi - ramme has been prepar-
commeneing   with   a   hymn,   foi-
Esq.,  news  ot   her  husbands   whereabouts,   ,,,, , . ,,      *���*���
I ���   . ,    . . I0W< i      an ins rui tive ad Iress bv Mi
.and now she is prostrated with grief
tion ��� .-'I'i" each ^^^^^^^^
i ri -; ie-ai Roosevelt. Evidently the op
��� ��� 'ii'! nol hold good, for the Canadians have purchased the bison, and
���'���' ��� will e removed to a reserval ion
i i   the   ! "m.inion.
-H-
|NESE COOKS
FORM STRONG UNION
CHIEF MclNTOSH
IS HOME AGAIN
o .:. I:;. .v Metlio lism came to Canada" '> vocal duet will be rendered
by a member . , the choir, to be foi-
��� ��������������� i I ' ;; shoi' add!'. : s by Mr.
;-'��� .��� :. - m on the -; nvth of home mis
sions A song bj Miss E'itZfrerald and
a   selection   by  the mouthorgan  quar-
ELIND   PIGS   AT  COBALT.
ti ite will enliven  the evening.    I
fbltESTIAL    LORDS   OF   THE   KIT-��� FIVE WEEKS' TRi P TO NORTHERN   CipaI SiPPre11. D. D, of Columbia i  col-    license   aci
���VK CHEN     ORGANIZE
;    RATE OF WAGES.
AND     FIX
ISLANDS   THOROUGHLY   TIRES
H.'M���GOOD   PROSPECTS.
has
The Chi;.' se  i hefs  who daily minister to   the   epicurean   wants   oi   the
liiue popiilati. n - f New Westminster
av�� feci ntly entered into an alliance
tnpact with each other whereby
f;  will    i   ai'k-   to   coiiiinand  inn:.'
from their employers.   Follow-
lead i : the oilier worktngmen
(ii    Pacific    coast,   the    Chinese
Chief Mcintosh arrived h ��� lie last
evening, thoroughly tired oul from bis
trip in the north, rn regions The
chi :' h fl here some five weeks ago,
in company with two others,on a pros-
chair, inn he may be preventil from
attending. In this case, .1. A iy-: will
be chairman. The evening's enter
tainmi nt is to be given under the
auspices of tiie Queen's .' /enu'-
Methodist  Hi,worth league.
 .~   >-���' .......   ...v.   ...^...   ..   ... b. wiiviiitii     nan     mulling     io     sa.M     IJIll.
_   nItlcenl   '  "mm,, a.   aad  in   once   se-   the north fork, thence up the east side from the fact that the road is to follow
' n  ">''''""'��� "u thera !!I  a  valua-   , , tne Waldrose ranch, where the river the river down to the Old Man's river
jj,, then  notified _ turns westward, following dose to the the entire  way. with  the erection  of
| north bank to the gap in th    Living- tank  liouse,   shops  and   mills  al   the
stone   range,   with   townsites   at  Old Old   Man's and  Massacre'  City,  tends
Man's river, Massacre City, Waldrond towards ihe Hill system.    At any rate
and beyond the gap ai Cushing.   Tests a great country will be opened up both
for oil will be made at Massacre City, suitable for  settlement   and   rich   In
Waldrond and al the South Fork river, mineral   wealth,  including  coal  lands
The work of getting out the neees- that eclipse even the Crow's Xest Pass
���ary   ties,   piling   and   bridge   lumi.er nnd a great timber belt.
SEALING ElEEF HAS ANNUAL STATEMENT
DISASTROUS SEASON SHOWS GOOD BALANCE
!     '   '	
SEVERE  BLIZZARDS, STORMS AND VESTRY MEETING OF  HOLY TRIN-
WRECKS.  SOME  OF  THE  DIFFI- ITY    CATHEDRAL    WILL    HEAR
CULTIES   ENCOUNTERED. ENCOURAGING REPORT.
Increased  Efforts to Ee Made to Keep
the  Law.
'i   : into. April 7.���Owing to the fre-
'|';j-   quency of the violations of the liquor
in    Cobalt   and    vicinity.
      ' - '      -"      ^M.'aie     colli      \naiinv.
been   asked   to   oecnuv   the   anVlitlnnol n,,������  , m��� ���,, ,
..eniiiK'.ia:  license officers  will  be sent
there and increased efforts will be
m ade to i revent liquor going into ihe
'listrict. One thousand, one hundred
and fifty dollars in fines were collect-
��� I at Cobalt recently, within three
la; s, as a result of raids on blind pigs.
Painters Work Again.
Vancouver, April 7.���The differences
.   outfitted   and   equipped | betweeil   ���,e   Association     of  Master
��� ir a prolonged  sojourn in the wilds. Painters  and   the   local   union  of the
As Mr. Mcintosh was n..t feeling very ,,,,.,,   boo    ,.,   Painters was brougiit
^^^^^                                well on iii, arrival he declined to lie to an amlcable termination last even-
Inn- organized a strong union,  interviewed, so thai the resull  of the ing a1 ., joinI meeting held in the Elk's
a schedule of wages, determined   party's   explorations   and   search   for j.ja])   wnen  j,   was   ,|,.,.j,i(,()  tna(  (ne
which   each   should   work,  tbe lucrative deposits ol the wilds, is men would return to work on Monday
ied   for   certain   privileges  not  definitely known as yet.    During m0rning,  their  demand   for  50  cents
.-. .   have  long   been  seeking,   the chief's absence, reports rrom him ;<1]. honr nnd xh,, e]0Sed snop having
.   to offer on accouul   were  received    occasionally    through j,^,,] agreed to by the  Issociation
���  ug  ��� rganized   into a   tirade  'livers channels, and from all accounts ,	
In   future,   all   Chines,    cooks   It is surmised that the prolonged spell
^i^H< of theii ��� I..:���..-; I
Union .-.i.i    ���im-   ed with his plans, but  thai the parti
.Orous ' .���    nf the   was still pushing mi by slow degrees
..'lOron* .'iin'mh tn  le art from the rules   io Its destination.
Want Owl Cars.
Winnipeg,    April    7.���Mayor
,'
St. Johns. N. F., April 7.���Jammed The annual vestry meeting of the
��� letween mighty icepacks and small Holy Trinity Cathedral will take place
; islands,   some  of   the   vessels  ba��ry  this evening, when the churchwardens'
report and accounts for the past year
Ash-   crushed,   the  sealing   Meet of  twenty
i   said   today   that  the   resolution' steamboats   which left litre  on  their
sompany   annual crnise live weeks ago have had   wi!1 h" i'r*^enteri, and a]B0 a financial
lie   most  disastrous  season    in fifty   statemenl   concerning    St.     George's
hall.    The financial    statement    this
notify the street  railway
i ���  coming   fines  if the  all  night  car
si rvice is hot given, would be signed   .'-ears
him and forwarded io the company.
This   is   the   resolution   asked   about
���    n     tin ������    by   Aid.   Manning,   who
" '.-��� '      In a ' ,i;;;"l of works mi el ing.
\WD1   1 ���
''Jtor   ii..
*s thi
*var a;
man   v.
Palon
���   The
CI i. f Mcintosh an ! the other mi i i
by-laws    are    as   binding   bers ot Illt. party were ra,h,.,. reticent
an"  n   1S   ... fi re  k aving  as  tin Ir  ultimate   l<
tination, bul it was generallj  believed
'!, .1   'iiey   had   a   good   i rospecl   in
view somewhere among the northern
islan Is
Chishcim  Has Resicjnec.'.
Vancouver,   April   7.���Chief    >:    IJ"-
!ic.   ('i.i-hi'iin resigned Saturday mor-
   [niiiy.      Charlc-   ('h.i:;,M.';:..iii   of  i)--.i-
vincial   authorities over  the  fisheries   wa, second in command of ihe Domin-    , .���, , .��� ^,u.j a. u
question,  the  provincial    government Jon Police, has been appointed to sue-   under fat   rable conditions
Conflict in  Sight.
Victoria,  April   7.���A   conflict  is  in
sigh!  between the Dominion and Pro-
��� ���',,. Tongs
nsi   ;; ���     mfori unate    China
."��� -   the   righl   of  the'
���  him
^^^^      ni-'-- en rate of wages agreed
<f��Pon i'   $ ��� n mth   far  first   co ik,
[^ ��� -.: ,'iini,. yy, for the
���rasli'M. .. number ot Chi-
looks ; . now receiving higher
��� than Ihis, but some have bei n
:iu  foi    ess  monei. and it  is in
laving   determined   to   claim   comm; I   c< ed to the offia
of the fisheries on this coast.
in a few weeks.
"?
inti   ��� -���   that   iin
Iflxx I,
schedule h;i>
ma iva    '��� . i mging to F.  B.
arei          lowi i oliimbin   sir. el
nine  o' evening, the   ,.,    very
m ii    ih.'  fire hall
|. ; ��� start li il by thi
��� ��� ; . a   broken    , .   , .
| hi ii '.I   along   Co-
^Hl.. lien
teto-1
Hfi'in
is loomi I ii] hrotigh the dark-
ENTERIC   BREAKS   CUT.
Fifty   Seven Deaths   in  a   Fortnight at
Three  Rivers.
Three Rivers, Alia.. April 7.���An ep-
���  Ic of > nteric fever has broken out
at this place, said to be caused by ihe
I    Irinking   water.    The   mortalit;
;   'Mi   thi   li -'   of  March   to the   ' 7t'
HIGH SCHOOL WINS
BASEBALL GAME
He will '    ���   charg'    fifteen  ships   are  empty,  and several
.-..��� w been badly damaged,
  One of  these,  the Greenland,  with
her rail shaft broken, is drifting smii.-
PftPF   Mfl   I 0W(tFR where, helpless, a prey to the fury of
Si
SORE     CF
N
; \' E    TO
FIVE
AT
CLOSE
OF
WELL-CONTESTED
MATCH.
""     ball .
5 a t ti
.;��� ������  '
".
.
. . ��� n   iin
Hi
h   Scl
and
VATICAN PRISONER
RELATIONS BETWEEN CHURCH
AND STATE IN ITALY CORDIAL
��� RESTORATION   CF  MONEY.
ihere being fifty si ven   ..'..- al   Cil      i    us    ai   Q h   n's
Ro   e,    ' 7
comm. at   ��ith   ���   eat
li aths.    'm  sm Angeh . just i      he
river,   and   St.   Gregire,     and     other
near  thi    scourge   i-  not   yet
now n.     Thei"   are   si vera] hundn 1
rid of Tin ��� ���   Rivers
  i^M
tion ii       .'eminent in hand
mm    ivi ���   ��� .  i hi    '.'. ��� ic   i $ I .'��� 10 in
uen    for religiou i
ate I in IS70,
'���i       Thi:     i ���-
Wleti
and   the    hoi
oi's.'s     Immediately
down and allowed themselves
Mas;. ... |,    Beyond some slight
lo   the   rig,   nothing   serious
fc'd from the horsi s' escapade,
rami
Ui.'ii
���...'. l
Chicago, April 7.    James J. Hill and
. magemenl  or the On at  N'orth-
ern Railroad have decide I not to con-
. icl a new steamship to replace the
ii.ikoia.  whicli   is  I'asi   hreakiim- I nn ,^^^^^^^^^_
,. ., "it their res i a   favorltl
Osana mar l inlohania.    .\e ws re- ^^^^1
ceived  from  Japan today  was to th<
ffect thai the wrecking company had I
wai      -ei ..I .'Nil   i lon ol i, clean
play.    Both I ams       ...
during   the   pasi   we   k   ami
II    irovi menl -   wa 3 notice 1
though the Royal City ,.,e  Pope     ,     .     Italian  governments   pm   up  a  hard   fight,  ih    High ..      | ,   ,.  ij ,,.   . ,   .   .
:",;'  " '���ll  Proved  themselves thi ,    ,  ..,.,,  ,     , .
1   ":'  '���''   ''    ���������������"    ,l!' !li1'" :' "ve. state  in   Italy   i-  al   hand     Some
The glorious spring weather was the then, are in.eiined to believe tha
Thei:' el. parture was unpropitious, as   year  will   show   a   credit   balance,   a
blizzards  of  unusual severity greeted   lhjn;_r   .]rdt   Ilas   IKlt   nappened   for   a
then; as they left port.   Through these j^ many yearg past
the staun ;. vessels fought  their way
.,   ,    ,   .-���.,,: ���       in '.eie churchwardens  report, refer-
until they arrived at their destination. '
The;,   the ice which extended sea-1 ence will  be mail.' to several  Im or-
war.I foi   100 miles was absolutely im-! I   .     features which  have  been intrej-
passable.   Seal  catching   was   impos-   ���,   , :      .e,u the pasi year, including
sibh . an I        preseni  bul  five vessels
���..   . ,.     ,   the system al present m vogue ol col
li., iv any nu   board.     Iheir combined
catch, 45,000, is only a cargo for one   Acting the Canonical subscriptions by
The other special cards, instead of devoting the
open offertories on certain Sundays
ti the several objects, as was formerly the case. Thanks will be extended
to the many members whd &8.ve assist-
ied the churoh in various ways y-xv'-- ���
the jiasi twelve months!, and a I iui.'.''
ing n fi .��� ace to the death of the late
E. Chapman, formerly Sunday school
superintendent, will also be Included
In ' e report.
An expression of opinion will be talc* n al the meeting on the advisability of making the morning service
mon attractive, A suggestion lias
I ���" a made by some of the mem k rs
th .i a certain portion of the service
en lore,i with music ��� -
cempaniment, and this will most  .ih"-
the wind, ^ea, and ice.    The disaster
to th<   Greenland happened March 21.
The   Diana,   a  sister ship, spoke her
nexl   li 3     a I  supplied  her with  canvas as he   sails had been blown away
-. storn      Since that time the Gn en-
lan I   hai   noi   been    e ���:     She must
een d Iven seaward In the fur-
'.'..'.ii I   which  swept   over   her
. -  - lai and Mon lay, an 1 if
���   ��� ..;    ' een di Iven :' ir ovi "
.a i        ���       the Gran I Bank.
TROOPS   PARADE.
Rev
Three   thousan I ' been  compelled to abandon all  work ],
at  Pullman  have  been ex- oi   ila   sunken Dakota, which will be
I bt.   heen
in smallpox bv the development  a total Ins.--,   A heavv sea is fast pound-
i^i^i^i^i^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^��� t a
a eans of Inducing many to assemble
in  the  park   I i encourage and  cheei
in I   llle
yells and  cheers that   punctuated the
atmosphere  when  an especially good
hll   was  in,ri" or  i lever curve shol
an   emphatic   Illustration   of
Interest    and  appreciati in
��� the  flrsl  step In an un li
ich will  lea re the Pope no longi r
'The Prisoner of the v*tttican.
be i    ��� ed< d in al thi  mei ling, The
A.   Shildrick   Preach?:   special  i I visa   litj oi making some necessary
cc "mi to 3m��.:i-i Renin enl r< will also be discussed, in lud-
-��� , ling of a cemenl or sl in s
,i i . impanys    A and B,   wqll both a ind below the church.
menl D. C. (.). K. paraded in      The following Is   i statemenl of re-
tei laj  morning from the   ceipts and expenditures,  also  assets
irii iie Holj  Trinity Cathe-  and liabilities up to date:
���  I.     Parade   was   called   for 10:30     Holy   Trinity   Cathedral���Receipts,
Assets,
a'ni- and   Promptly at   the   hour thi   92.470;   payments,  $2,312.83.
.17; envelope ar-
���*"iso in the shops,    The entire | lng  tin
ft' may be vaccinated. pieces.
FIGHTING  AGAIiN.
Trouble Between Troops and Peasants
Breaks Out Once More.
Imi.
28,000-ton   steamer  to
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READ the list of premium books on page two of
this issue.    They comprise some of the finest
literary gems ever written.   The books are all
indsomely bound in cloth, beautifully printed, and
jll  worth $1.50 por volume.   The Daily News
Ifer is a fine one, and already many are taking ad-
ntage of the great enterprise shown. Call at the
ice and select from the hundred various titles.
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Several  men on   both   teams  show s,)ti:1,   Bulgaria,  April   7.-Fighting
marked    ability,    bui  special    notice between the peasants and troops has
"ll J         I I'  '"'  ��-   C��rbetl   rlgh1 broken oui   afresh   in Roumania,  ac
"M ou  tb" High  School lean,, who ,0,dinK t0   dlspatches   received    to
y a fielder is a whole' host, in him
self Cunningham, for the Royal City
team played a strong game, The
te ams were:
Hi.di School���li. Munn. captain;
r. Bllodeau, p.; o. Gifford, b.; II. Fletcher, 2b.; il. Currle, ::ii.: G, Corbet, rf.;
U. Beattie, cent.; I,. Macl;, cl'.; 0.
VVilkio, l.i'..
Royal City���W, Cunningham, capt.;
o   Swanson.   p.;    I..   Kohson.   11
li. mi v. :'M :   c. Bilodeau.  3b.i   i:
night from Rustschuk.
The list of killed, it Is reported, will
reach Into the hundreds.
Student Killed.
Edmonton, April 7.���EurreU Adams,
seventeen years of age, a studenl  of
1  commercial departmenl of Alberta
a ��� a fell in .ind Inspection having been   balance in hank. $r
gone through,   marched  down  to thi   rears, $19.60.
church. St. George's Mall���Receipts. $357.33,
The Rev.  \. Shildrick conducted the  halance In bank, $28.75; assets. $48.75,
service, and  his sermon, taken  from  capital assets, $3,500.00.   Expenditure,
the old Bible story of Esau and Jacob   $328.58;   liabilities,  balance on  mor!
nnd   the spiritual   birthrighl of  man.  saw, $900.00.
w;.s a discourse thai  appealed to all	
who were in the church. At the close
ot" the services the troops, officered by
Captains Johnston and Webber an.l
Lieutenants Wilson, Corbould, Cor-
hen, Johnston, Gamon, and Cunning*
ham, n forme.i and marched back to
(he \rnmuries, win re they were .ns-
l.
DR. DRUMMOND DEAD.
Author of Patois Poems Passes Away
at Cobalt.
Cobalt.   Ont.,   April   7.���Dr.   \V.   II.
Drummond, author of "The Habitant."
and other Canadian patois poems, died
here yesterday, after an illness of a
few days. The' doctor was attended
by some of ihe best physicians in
��� * ��� ������ * ��� ���=::������ ���. ��� ' ���
Japanese Ordered Back.
""��';���" -" ' ��� *. o. nZTTjz '���-sr.;es: zrz,:? rr-
'��� ing at !!��� mly. Aita.. mar Lacombc,    jordi red hack.
" ��� a imiele.
���I! AW
THE   DA II. V   X EWS,
SATURDAY,  APRil 6
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.
FAMISHED CATTLE
SHORT Of FEED J
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HEAVY     LOSS     PREDICTED���H A Y
SCARCE    AND   SNOW  STILL   CO-   J
VERS RANGES.
!
| Household
| Necessity j
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in everv
Two   Fine  Residential   LOTS
on Royal Avenue east, with street in rear,
each 66x132. $350 cash and the balance
almost any old way to suit purchaser.
Two 8-Room Dwellings in center of city
good streets; each house in good repair and
in good renting locality.   $2000 each; terms.
i: ports   froni   the   Interior   of   the ^
province indicate that there will be a ���
verj   heavy  !o>s  among the   ranchers ���
as a resull ni the severity of the past +
winter and the delayed opening >'i the *
spring.    T'ik  snow in ih<' d rectlii i nl' ���     . .     . ��� ,     .\ -,.
Kamloops and Lillooet is mi , covering X    description of building
the   ground,    The result   is   that   tin *
hay  sun nl  im'  th<' cattle  during  the ���   put Up jn tweiltv-three
winter months is very scarce, , ��� ^    ^     j^
Mm   winter has been sn severe ilia. *
\.  has tried Ihe strength of the herds J	
and then  have' been very heavy losses ���"
h     ighout  tin' past  tiv<- months. Polii v. iiiM i!ii> is ilu- laic spring am! tli,'
shortage of feed, sn that the weakened  herds are now  becoming depleted ���
1 MURALO
Ready for use when
mixed with wate:
Malins, Coulthard & Co. m
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,   Maryland ��� Guaranteed
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS and PRESTON
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONI STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
an alai ming exti nt, ���
hi   some cases   il   is   reported   that ^
there will 'mm herds of cattle complete- ���
ly   wiped   out.     In  other  cases   ii   is ���
more than likely thai  the losses will X
amouni tn at  least  fifty  per cent, ol T
""..'.*tock: ,   . ,,.    . ��� Any person can apply it
rhe cattle  in  many  cases  sullen 1 ��� ���    l ri  *
from  frost   bites aud  have  di'veloped X ______________======
agravated  sores   which   sap   their   vi- T
tality.   The cattle that go oul on the ��
grass will be in a ver,\ weak condition
and   will  require  the closest   attention Z
for senile time after the spring npens
I ANDERSON
UND LUSBY
A  Curious  Notice.
���Ihis curious official notice was once   *������������������������������������������������������������������������
published in Germany: "At the request
of Ilerr Willielm Uelgsou of Innsbruck
th�� seaman, Joban Leigson, who was
drowned  in  May. I860, on a journey
from  Stockholm   to  Hamburg  in   tbe
Kaiser Priedricb, is hereby called upon by the courts to appear and report   <n   /)fCnPncinOr
himself on or before April 1, 1S81, un-   '"  *^*��f'^������*'*5
der pain of being declared dead."
Absolute Accuracy
Financial   Note.
Jerrold���Could yen pay me that in
shillings ycu owe uie: I owe Johnson
some money aad want to pay him.
Etobart���Well, I'll tell yen what. Yen
pay Johnson what you owe him, and
then I'll borrow 10 shillings off Johnson and pay you,
Familiar.
Visitor���Will   yiii   tell   ymir   master
that I called?   Servant-Yes. sir, if you
will please tell me ymir name.    Visitor
���That is unnecessary.   lie knows mo
. qr.lte well.   Wanderer.
P. O. Box   345
'Fhone   105.
'Phone  105.
It people resolutely do what is right,
tn time they come to like doing it.���
Ituskin.
ITS TIME TO SPRAY YOUR TREES.
USE
Pendray's no.i winter Tree Spray;
The Most Effective manufactured.
| Of   Course   He   Did.
I "If I were nominated for the presidency e.f the United States," said Mr.
Hi i.m. mI:. "I would"
"You nominated for president of the
United State's!" his wife interrupted.
"What are you thinking of? Ymi mean
if we were nominated, elojft you?"
Then be wisely changed the' suli.jc
���Chicago Record-Herald.
is  a  special feature here.
Your   doctor   knows   whal
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   your   prescriptions
filled by us.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block, -        New Westminster
No Cause  For Alarm
Young Doctor   Do you think the v
., FISHING
TACKLE
FOR SALE BY
BRYSON  &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
itor is really a  patient?    I  am afraid   C: j ���       f ^ 1
that he is a creditor.   Servant   Well, 1   _/pOI*tl_lP       VJOOQS
beard bim proaning.   If he isn't ill he
Toys, Dolls
must have a very big bill to collect.���
Flieeendo Blatter.
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ANOTHER   LOT   OP
EATON HURLBUT'S
Family  Secrets.
Intimate Friend Is ymir father ~->
ins to give yon away? Prospective
Bride���1 would like to see him!���Exchange,
Where there is emulation there will
be vanity: where there is vanity there
will be folly���Johnson.
AND
FANCY GOODS
FULL  STOCKS   IN  ALL
DEPARTMENTS
II has lee en hard to gel prompt delivery Of new goods lli     ,
Willi ihis announcement, however  we can Bay thai the arrivu
eral delayed shipments during the last  few elays has placed In .....
departmenl the most complete ranges of goods we have- ....
In coats, a shipmenl from Germany adds a touch of newne
mosl reasonable,    Many new lines of blouses, new gowns, i:.
range of lengths,   In facl all over the store can be seen
new.   We will consider it a favor to be allowed to show you i .
Hills.
Many New Coats & Suits
Short   coats  of  llghl    I'v.,
in wesl   sty ies  shown    nre    in
e' ori   cnais  trimmed   v>i'ii
with  velvel  collars.   Ol
$9.75 and $10.25.
50 Maw Three-Quarter and Full
Length COATS
I'he    ���    i. idles'   I 'mils,   v. Iii
��� haul are the  besl  valui
ev n  ihis season.    In  I In
���   fa hion a     .i    tyle ol
���:    ; hunting, w Ith a fii   rl
reel   tailoring.     Anion
:.. inj Btjles iii cream si
If 111   . hades,     Kcelli nl
$7.50, $10.00, $13.50 to $20.00.
New Costumes by Express
S ich a demand for new suits existed a  few  weeks ago
stock then was greatly depleted.We telegraphed  for some ne ���
TIiim  came to hand during the last  few 'lays.    We wen- bh
the values Bent and they are decidedly   new - low   in   price,
quaiiti:  each $18.50 to $27.50
Our Wash Goods Department Sells Only the Best Wash U|
���HARD TO  BEAT'   ENGLISH  PRINTS
A complete range of these best of prints, in all the nn *-''
able washing colors,   This week we' nave added many shade
gre> and black.   All one price, per j !. 15c.
BEST CANADIAN  PRINTS.
Several qualities shown In these serviceable prints, alth
.;- tine' quality as "Hard to Heat" then' are many purposes fo
thej   are   as   good;   per  yard   10c   and12t2c.
AN    IMMENSE    RANGE   OF    DRE.S    GINGHAMS.
We have never before shown half the range thai  we a i
this season. From pasi experience our customers and ourselves
thai there is nothing better for* wearing and   washing than  oui
hams.   They come in checks of al   sizes. In all  colors, stripes,
patterns and   plain colors;   per yard 12' ;c, 15c and 20c.
Reynier Kid Gloves
The best Glove madi. We are now
showing the new spring range. Long
le ngths are wanted pow.
IG Bul ton Sui le, sh iwn in black,
���.', hile;  per pair $2.75.
iii Button Glace, black onlj : per
; air $3.50.
i 2   Button   Sui de,   shown   in   I...
v i.ii'', grej  an l tan;  per pair $2.25.
. _' i: ei'eeii tllace. Dress gloves in ihis
��� ngth are  in  gi eat  demand, and i i
���een rang<   uf popular shades and qualities w 111 I '   .-  Id     lie ��� i. .   To ' e had
la ...  white, tan, grey, mode;   p<
i    $2.75. $3.00, $3.50.
Shorl  li ngths in many qualilies. including   c:, .���   kid,  sue le,   glace;    . ���
$1.25.  $1.50. $1.76  and $2.00.
Long   and   sh: rt In   fain ic
'!loves at all pi; i
Ft<___M*L
W. S. COLLISTER & Co
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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Opera  House  Bookings.
April 15���Ward's   Minstn
.',; rii 24      Hi llu   Bill."
M iy ::    A Slianger en Town.
May -     \  Texas   Ranger.
May in   Old   .rl am
A:...-   y    Peck's Mae] Bov.
217-219 Columbia St.
I J. J. MACKAY y COS
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BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
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���8  A.M.    TO    11   P.M.
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Modern Cottage on Gth St. below 4th Ave, with
lot and one-half. In first-class state of repair.
$2500.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 4th St. close to Queen's
Ave.; nearly new; fine lawn; a very desirable
home.   $2800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on Royal Ave. in central
location. $1800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 3rd St. in good repair;
near car line.   $2750.   Terms.
Two 7-roomed Houses on 9th St, $2000 for
both.   Terms.
6-room Cottage in East End; modern. $2500.
Terms. 	
HART& CO..Ltd
FURNITURE
'! he Finest and Largi   I I tock of Furniture ia to be seen at FA
Our clearance sale i   still on,   Over   15,000 stock still to   o,
New goods arriving daily.    Lati  I   tyle   and besl fii    .
Wo E. FALES,     .�����
~ ne_B,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM quiet*
71G and 713 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.      I'.ear Extension.  Front -~'H
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DO    YOU    WAIN'
A Good Home, Cheap'
Six rooms, pantry, all nicely papered and
painted; house 2-storey; well situated on a
corner lot on Tenth St.; lot 66 x 132 ft.; U
fruit trees; nice lawn; splendid view.
Price $1,750.   Terms can be arranged.
THOS. R. PEAHSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURA>
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VOLUME 2, NUMBER 82
NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C., MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 8, 1907,
Id CENTS PER WEEK
m
'ENRY  HALLIDAY   IS
DROWNED
IMMIGRATION  DEBATE.
STRATHCONA  BEATS ROOSEVELT.
liis
Uy of New Westminster Man Found Floating in Burrard
Inlet Had Been Missing Since February 17th Dead
Man Identified by Brother.
;  ').   ir,i.i;  being  reeover-
;  .      '.-las   that   of   I lenry
���   \m ��   West minster,   w us
ning   in     Burr ir<i    Inlel
i.. ar i he I ru!on SteannSliip
,- six i cl ii .. Si mm daj ' ven
Patti mi o   un
i)   .... - ,.    nlgli    natch
lion       ami hip
.   thi    i      mum ��� ni      in'
',���   - ......    ; ia getting ill.'
:  t!n   water
. h of iIip ; ocli i     il  his
���i   .��� ere ol   a   verj   y io I
��� ��� irn  mm "'  in  \'i v.'  Wi -
a     B.   C.     Electric     railway
er  a   grip,  which     until    la.-i
remaine!    at    the    station.
��� ��� ������ : - an ! a quantity of !>ank
��� ���   found.   The letters bore
'   -  of  Henry  Halliday.   I_sq.,
-��� minster.
A, P. Halliday, of New A'    stminster,
������ a    telephoned  lo.    1 !< ���'?    ni  over to
-
\ in,i ouver and IdentiQ      he i ��� mains
eer the unfortunate mi :     ��� I hose of his
oi '.ia      i lad il no ���'      m .'��� r tin
that   Ali.  llalli'i familiar  with ��� \.i  .\
" clothes  worn lis brol her,   in
��� hal  the '    ler )i..       H quite rendi
the  ��riting  illegible,  It ig
��� mm. ��� ��� the di a ! in a wo ild neve
Problem of European Superiority to Be   Piesident's Ambition to  Secure  Buffa-
Solved Tonight. |oes Checkmated.
"Resolved that Immigration from Denver, April 7.���President Roose-
I Europe is more vett's cherished ambition to secure for
American national park the famous
herd of 300 bison belonging o Michele
Pablo, a wealthy hidalgo of Mexico,
lias been defeated by Lord Strathcona
and other energetic officials of the
Canadian government.
Howard Eaton, the famous guidi
and Imiii'i : of big game, ��hose ranch
is in ���:��� Wolf, Mont.,
NEW  ROAD   ROUTE
MADE PUBLIC
IS
io I he adi antugi   of Canada than that
���'nun  Asia.''  is  the  subject   of  a   de-
<��� I hat Is in take place In the school
room   '>''  the  Queen's   Avenue   Metho-
urch   ihis   evening,   ��hen   the
irn atlve v il!  be taken  bj   Mess i s.
y.  l-.\ Osborn,    F    Hagman    and    !���'���
is.     The   negai ive   side ol   the
luestion   evi'.l    ���    lebated   by   Messrs
.' G.  i >������ ������ i Ison, B.  !���' .- !n .     nd  F .Man-..
oui        en interested! in I he
' ate  ha . ������  can   illj   pi epare l  argu-
..'.'.' '' I up by irrefutable fact -
J. J. Hill Supposed to Be Behind Railway Being Built
In Alberta Country Rich in Mineral Wealth to Be
Tapped    Immense Timber Belt.
'.a ! tire
'    ljerstraa    Cowl.
Roosevelt, and an-
.���H'liu" s  the  news  aboul   thi    buffalo
with much regn t. arrived In D -a
ver today,  en   route  to  his ranch  at
:    a ���   ,.. omisi    to   e om    if< Wolf
have been  learned, for liis  body was   tin    ... I      en   tins hei . I ii   the city
in a badly decomposed condiUon, anl   for time .  Tin-  subject   i--:  one
in .'hich i :.. i i ��������� !��� inteiesl is tak-
. ��� :.-<��� ,. . I lai mm audience is confidentially ��� .-���.. :. \ free offei ing
will be taken a: the door, and ihis
Mil: Lie> towards defraying the expensi b
'||  'he    vi ning
ia   a ���        ���;   to   '!."   debate,   an   in-
��� i sting . ;. . ramme has in en prepar-
��� .',   commencing   with   a   hynjn,  foi-
her  husband's   whereabouts,   ;.,,..,.,- ��� an instructive address bv Mr.
mu '   i..e ;   een eaten    Ime isi enl Ire-
Ij away.
Mr. Hallidaj sl tes hal his brothi r
iial in en missing since February IT.
A diligent search was instituted, bul
without any trace of him being found.
The widow of the deceased had become almosl hysterical with suspense
as ihe- days passed without bringing
news of
and now
she is prostrated with grief.
NfSE cooks      m Mcintosh
FORM STRONG UNION IS HOME AGAIN
. . "Hoev M< 'iin ii:-m came to Cana-
��� a" A voc ���: duel will be rendered
y m menibei e i the choir, to be foi-
owed ' a ?:.<���:��� addn ss by Mr.
Sievi uson on the gr >wth of h erne mi -
sions A song by Miss Fitzgerald and
a selection by the mouthorgan quartette will enliven the evening.    I'r.'j>
Cowley, Alia.. April    7.���The    pro-, will be proceeded   with  this summei
mutera    ' the Greal Wesl railwa) com-  also Ihe surveying and grading ol tne
company's tracks.   As the enUre route
rei' ml',   chartered  to  ran   from ,      , ,      .        ,
will be along the river the dlstrl iu ing
on ihe Crow's Nesl to the gap     .   .,,.,.,.,.���   wi|]   1|(.  .,���   easy   .���.,.,���,
on 'li" north fork are here with Pros- ,-., ,;|   tne   ���.,,,     -p,,, grading  wil    bi
pector Hargrievi  and have announced done by   fanners  and   ranchers   ilong
the   m  i'   ihai   the   road   will   follow, the   route,   under   the   company'    en
Tl     railway   will  run easti    ���   oul  of gini ir.    Ii   is expected thai  the road
m  .' ,   .   along   the   highway south  of will   bi    ri idj   for  the  steel  early in
M Butt   lo   a   poinl   over the 1908.
south  fork, thence curving northward      Asked as to whether the C. I'. V- or
in i'ii- Old -Man's river, crossing ii on .1. .1.   Hill   was   behind  the   road,  the
He  found manj of thi  herd to be n   -    -,,   bottom lands toward the mouth of gentlemen   had   nothing   to  say.   but
oificeni   -  ecimens,   and  at   once   se-   :., north fork, thence up the east side from the fact that the road is to follow
an  option on them al  a  valua-   t> the Waldrose ranch, where the river the river down to the Old Man's river
iii,  ol   -I'm each.    He.- then  notified j turns westward, following olo_e to the the entire  way, with  Hie erection  nt'
President H*<<>s��".-.-]t. Evidently the op   north ban)': in the gap in th    Living- tank  house,   shops  and   mills  at   the
'il'1   not   hold good,  for the   ('ana-   :.,, !](.    range,   wilb    townsites   at   Old Old   .Man's and  .Massacre   City,   tends
Man's river. .Massacre- City, Waldrond towards the Hill system.    At any rate
and beyond the gap al Gushing.   Tesis a great country will be opened up both
for oi! wi.; be made al Massacre City,' suitable  for   settlement   and   rich   in
Waldrond and at the South Fork river, mineral   wealth,  including coal lands
The work of getting out the neces- that eclipse even the Crow's Xest Pass
sary   ties,   piling  and   bridge   lumber end a great timber belt.
Sm.;" iin,.' ago l-i  '' a        i ived a  tip
thai  Pablo's buffi  o hi   I v.;. sale
dians have purchased the bison, and
���''��� ��� will e- removed to a reservation
ia  th'.-  Dominion.
ELIND  PIGS  AT COBALT.
Increased Efforts to Ee Made to Keep
the Law.
"���   ���  ni". April 7.���Owing io ihe fre-
'��� n iie-y of the violations of the liquor
ilLESTIA_ LORDS OF THE KITCHEN ORGANIZE AND FIX
RATE CF WAGES.
cipal Sipprell, D, D, of Columbia i enl-   license   act   in   Cobalt
The Chini -���    i hefs   who  dally  min
ster to  Hi'    epicurean   wants  oi   the
,yhite_ population of New  Westminster
ve fee ��� nt...   ' mm nil into an alliance
ipact  with each other  whereby
ei:i    t   able  in  command more
trom th< li employers.    Follow-
...  ���. ol the othi ;��� ��orklngmen
1'aeiii.     coast,   Hie    Chinese
have organized a strong union.
. i.. ia!" of wages, determined
FIVE WEEKS' TRIP TO NORTHERN
lei:",  has   been   asked   to  occuov  the
ISLANDS   THOROUGHLY   TIRES   ,..,���;;,,  but  ne may  ,,���  prevents trom
HIM���GOOD PROSPECTS. tending.    In ihis case, .1. A ly-.��� will
be   chairman.     The   evening's   enter
tainmi in   is  to  ;..-   'iven  under    th"
Chiei   Mcintosh   arrived   h ��� ne   last   auspices     of    the    Queen's    .'ven\i<-
evening, thoroughly  tired out from his   Methodist  Epworth league,
trip in   the  northern    regions      The  ' ���
eli! :' left   here some five  weeks ago, _ . ,       ...        .     .
Painters Work  Again.
In eompan> with iwo others,on a pros-      Vancouver. April 7.���The differences
Ipecting    ri;..   otitlitteel   ami   equipped | Detween   the   Association     ol   Master
Painters  and   the   local   union   "'   th
and vicinity.
additional license officers will he sent
there and increased efforts will be
m im!" i" : revent liquor going into the
district. One thousand, one hundred
end fifty dollars in fines were collect-
��� ! at Cobalt recently, within three
la; s. a.- a re.-nit ,,; raids on blind pigs,
SEALING flEET HAS     ANNUAL STATEMENT
DISASTROUS SEASON  SHOWS GOOD BALANCE
SEVERE BLIZZARDS. STORMS AND   VESTRY MEETING OF HOLY TRIN-
WRECKS. SOME  OF  THE  DIFFICULTIES   ENCOUNTERED.
ITY   CATHEDRAL    WILL    HEAR
ENCOURAGING REPORT.
��� >r a prolonged sojourn iu tbe wilds.
As .\ii. Mcintosh was no: feeling very
well on his arrival be declined To be
interviewed, so tbal the result  of the
parly's   explorations    an !   search    for
Brotherhood of Painters was brought
to un amicable termination last even-
inn ai a joint meeting held in the Elk's
Hall, when it was decided that the
men would return to work on Monday
morning:,   their   demand   for  50  cents
Want Owl Cars.
Winnipeg,    April    7.���Mayor
���.v.   said  today   that   the
notify the stieel  raiiway company
oi  coming   fines  if  the  all   niyht  car
service is not uiven, would be signed
by him am! forwarded io the company.
Si. Johns, N. F..  April  7.���Jamm id The  annual   vestry meeting of  the
��� letween  mighty   ice packs  and   sti.all Holy Trinity Cathedral will take place
; islands,   .-ome  of   the   vessels   ba..ly this evening, when the churchwardens'
A8fl.j crushed,  the sealing  fleet of  twenty report un(i ao,ounts for the past vear
resolution   steamboats   which left here  on  their
, .    .   ,,���,,   will b" presented, and also a financial
annual cruise two weeks ago have ban
ihe   most   disastrous   season     in fifty
years.
Their ea . an nre was unpropitious, as
i   each   should   work, ihe lucrative deposits of the wilds, is
ged   for   certain   privileges not  definitely  known as yet.    During
��� .   have  long   been  seeking, the chief'.- absence, reports from him ,*,. )���,,,,. .lni] ,,,,. ciosed snop having
.   to offer "u account were  received    occasionally    through ifpon agreed to by the Association
��� ��� .     rganized   Into  a   trade divers channels, and from all accounts                   ,_	
.   - iture,  all   Chine-e   cooks ii Is surmised that the prolonged spell
This   is   the   resolution   asked   aboul   blizzards  of  unusual severity greeted
many   times   by   Aid.   Manning,   who   lllem as they left port.   Through these
in a I oard of works meeting.
the staunch vessels fought  their way
until they arrived at their destination.
statement concerning St. George'a
hall. The financial statement this
year will show a credit balance, a
thing that has not happened for a
g< od many years past. ,
In the churchwardens' report, refer-
���01
mm
rem   I by ihi   I ales of tln-ii
lacfaleg who is  tim-
���   ��� ..-ii the rules of tin
igh t i   le an from the rules
j   position   Indeed,
���   aws   ate-    as   binding
���  the Tongs, and  ii   is
a-     ���'..    "i oi unate    China-
ites   ih"  righl   of  the
n him
ni  iiiin rate of wages agree I
i4l n mil    far   tirst   cook,
��� ;  cook, $35  Por the
er.      \  ' :. ge number of t'hi-
riHii<s  are  now  receiving   higher
If- tin in some hai e bei n
Im   ���  ���    ���       money, and it  Is  in
iud rest   tha.1   the   se hedule h is
Ifix< I.
ana.va     ti . '  nglng IO  1''.   B.
.ar" ���     m   Coin mbln   sl ri el
:.',.. ee ening,  the
i."in.-   - -   li   near  i he  fire hall,
e : ��� ieen start It d by t he
-. ' ti   broken
im.'   ��� ippd   along   i'"
. m '" m   hi n
i streei     V\ hen neuiing
.1 ��� i, fl  nre of Jailer
-flHbii ��� ..'iiiii the dark-
jWi*, ! iat el
qulett i ; i ���,. in
tjK.lie ".i    .a.        ';i
(fcm&i ���.. ������ 't.
-Ulti   I   ��� I...   :���.,, . ,       ��� ���.-.< :i;.:!11 (���.
:     ; :   weal hi i   considerably   Intel
.-.I  with his  plans. bul  that  the ; artj
was stiil pushing on by sk'-.v degrees
to lis destination.
Chief Mcintosh an 1 the other members of the pany were rather reticent
bi ' re It aving as iliyir ultimate de���-
tinatiim. Ln: n was generallj believed
thai thej had a good ; rospect in
view somewhere among thi northern
islands
Conflict in Sight.
Victoria, April  7.���A  conflict is  in
between  the Dominion and Pro-
vinci,1   author! ies over the  fisheries
Chisholm  Has  Resigned.
Vancouvi r,   April   7.���Chief    m    Po
lici   Chisholm resigned Saturday mor
ning.     Charles Chamberlain  of ' )tta
wa. second in command of ihe Deiniin
There the ice which extended sea-1 once will  be made to several Impor-
v.ar.i foi  100 miles was absolutely _____ 11 ni   fea ares  which have been int..-
ible.   Seal  catching   was   irapos-   ; .., ,:   ��� ring tl)(i past yearj including
question,  the   provincial    government  ion Police, has been appointed to sue
having   determined   to   claim   control   eeed to the office
of the fisheries on ihis coast.
in a few wi eks.
EA'TERIC   BREAKS   CUT.
Fifty  Seven Deaths   in  a   Fortnight at
Three  Rivers.
Three' Rivers, Alia.. April 7.���An epidemic of < nti'i'ic fever has broken out
ni thi - place, said to be caused by the
I   drinking   water.    The   mortality
���   mi   thi   fl -:   of  March   to thi    17th
HIGH SCHOOL WINS
BASEBALL GAME
sible, and at   preseni  but  five vessels
have any  on  board.    Their combined l1'" 5ystem at  1"'"S(''" in vogUe "' co1"
catch, 45, '. is only a cargo for on 'ecting the Canonical subscriptions by
undi r '. '.   rable conditions.   The other special cards, instead of devoting the
He fifteen   ships  are  empty,  and several open   offertories  on certain    Sundays
haw been badlv damaged. ,   ,, ,    ,.   . ,.
i i the several objects, as was former-
ly the CSV.   Thanks will be extended
POPE NO LONGER
VATICAN PRISONER
SCORE     CF
.. '
' N E
TO
Fl
���E
AT
CLOSE
OF
WE
LL-CONTESTED
MATCH.
RELATIONS BETWEEN CHURCH
AND STATE IN ITALY CORDIAL
��� RESTORATION   CF  MONEY.
One of these, the Greenland, with
' tail shaft broken, is drifting somewhere, helpless, a prey to the fury of '" ;1*" man>' members whd iiS-yo a s!st-
the wind, sea. and ice. The disasterjed the church in various ways ''^:'-
'o th< Greenland happened March 21. the pasi twelve month., and a touch*-'
fbe Diana, a sister ship, spoke her i���g :, , .���,,. ,��� the death of ihe late
;i!X' '" " ���PPUed her wit!l can- e. Chapman, formerly Sundav school
sails had been blown away superintendent, will also be included
t< ���" Since thai time th- Green- ;., ��� ,- report,
land   .         i '   I ���     ' ������     She
... a    ' ii.
aatu
",  li   Sch
aite ���
an .
rn,
I ������
verv
��� ,.".' being fifty si veri   ���.    al   Cit      i    us    at Qui   n's
Itii,
: i^��-bi
tetoi
ttep
..,���'.    _i  Sl   Angelt . just i os     '. ���
river,   an l   St.   Greglre,    and    other
. -   near  thi    scourge   Is   nol   yel
.:,. ������ n      There   in     everal  hundred
riet ol Thi ei   Rivers
I hlcai '. April 7.-  lanii s J   Hill and
i he   nanagi ment  of ; lie Greal   N'orth-
�� .       go ..I exh   .      i ol    ha   i, i lean
play.    Both  teams have been
lurinj    the   pas    iveek   and   i
mi    ed in  n ivi menl -  wi s notlci I   u
i the Royal Cit y
pul    I] fight,  t !
���' Jiool  .' ��� m  |ii   . ��� i  themseh es  thi
. lor  bj   a    lore    of nine I i five.
i rn Rnllroa I have decide I nol to con-
���; icl a new steamship to replace the
Dakota, which is fast breaking up on
. ��� aa : ��� ef, ne ar Cottohama. N'i ws received from Japan today was to the
��� ffeel thai the wrecking company had
iiko, April 7.���Three thousand been compelled to abandon all work
ten at Pullman have- been ex- on the sunken Dakota, which will be
to smallpox by the development a total loss A heavy sea is fast pound-
lease in the shops, Thc entire | ing the huge 2S,000-ton steamer to
r may he vaccinated. pieces.
m"    e,   April   7. ���The     ni v -
enl   ��ith gre it      itisfaction    en
��� ion  ul    hi        ���   ' i   .  nl  ill hairi-
r to th    '..        i $1, 10 ' i .
��� - ��� eiigious   h nises   ci nfis-
ed in 1  ."
Thi      ���      rati   i    .     thi   thai
���    Pope     '     . i  governmc-n
Indies11   that    i i   w   i
in  tin tween i     i
S ���!���������  in   i aiy  i-    ���   hi    '.    s ime ������:'
The' glorious spring weather was the   ���  , e inclined to believe tha
a ".in ol Inducing many to assemble
in the park lo encourage and chei
"ii their re ipei tlve favorites, and the
��� ��� lis .i.i I i i'i"": 3 thai punctuated the
atmosphere when an especially good
hii was made or clever curve shot
in, wi s an emphatic Illustration of
the keen Interesl and appreciation
taken in the progress of the game,
Several   men   on   both   teams   show
e must
been   Iriven seaward in the fur-
zzard   which   swept   over   her
- n day and Mon lay, and If
' en   ii ven far ovi r
lo ,,
Sa    'day,
alb at M   .    have
Ihi   Grand  Bank.
TROOP8   PARADE.
Rev
���   (ItsI  step in an un lers    nding
b   ���  II  leave thi   Pope n i  longi r
'The Prisoner of the v*_ti( an,
FIGHTING  AGAIN.
Troubie Between Troops nnd Peasants
Breaks Out Once More.
ability,    bul   special    mil ice   \���
Sofia,   Bulgaria,  April
I.-
:���:;/������::������:'���':���m*::-*^*':���::���>:;���#��� ii*f:��� il���: ��� ���"���. ���':��� :.���*��������=
iEAD the list of premium books on page two of
this issue. They comprise some of the finest
literary gems ever written. The books are all
[ndsomely bound in cloth, beautifully printed, and
?11 worth $1.50 por volume. The Daily News
Fer is a fine one, and already many are taking ad-
pitage of the groat, enterprise shown. Call at the
ice and select from the hundred various titles.
marked
musl   be  made  of G.   Corbetl   righl   broken out   afresh  In Roumania
field  mi   the High  School  team,  who  cording  to    dispatches    received
-Fighting
An expression of opinion will be taken at the meeting on the advis ibil-
ity of making the morning service
nu :. attractive. A suggestion has
been made bj some of the members
ihai a certain portion of the sen i ���������
should i <��� rendered with music
i on lanl nent, and this will mos: like-
Ij be . ��� edt d to al mm- mei ting. The
A. Shildrick Preach?; special .ivi-: Itj of making some necessarj
Sermon to Sixth  Renlment. repaii     vill     so be discussed, Includ-
*��� Ing the building of a cement or sl me
' '",    i' :        com] anj 3    A an i B,   wall both ind 1 elow the church,
regiment D, C, O, i:. paraded in      Thi   following Is   i statemenl of
esterdaj morning from the    eipts and  expenditures,   also  assets
i'i"-  ta the Holj  Trinity Cathe-   and liabilities up to date:
Jnil,    Parade   was     ill   |   for   10:30      Holy    Trinity   Cathedral���Receipts,
a.m.,   and   promptly  at   the   hour the   $-'.-170:   payments.   $2,312.83.     Assets.
men fell in and Inaj tlon having been  balance In bank, $157.17; envelope ar-
gone through,   mar.'!:.-!   down  to  thi   rears, $19.60,
cllurch St. George's Hall���Receipts, $357.33,
The Rev. \. Shildrick conducted the balance In hank. $28.75; assets. $48.75,
service, and his sermon, taken from capital assets, $3,500.00, Expenditure,
the old Bible story of Esau and raco'o $328.58; liabilities, balance on mort-
and the spiritual birthrighl of man. gage, $900.00.
was a discourse thai  appealed to .-.il  ���	
*#*
��� '.���  ���
<���  ���   ���'���"���.���   ���'���   ���  ���  ���.'������.���'���'���  ���  ���.���   ���
as a  fielder is a whole host, in  himself   Cunningham, for the Royal City
team   played   a   strong   game,     The
te ams were:
High    School���li.   Munn,    captain;
; P. Bllodeau, p.; G. Gifford, b.; 11. Fletcher, 2b.; G, Currle, 3b.; (!. Corbet, rl'.:
h.   Beattie,  cent.;   L.   .Mad:,  cf.;   0.
Wilkie, I.f���
i:.M il City���W. Cunningham, capt.;
'. 0   Swanson, p.;   I..   Robson,   lb.;   X.
Kenny, 2b :   G. Bllodeau, 3b,;   ll. GI
'ord, -ms.: L. sharp, r.f.; A. Cotton, c;
1 !'   Peebles, l.f.
tween  ihe'  peasants and  troops has
ac-
to-
nlght from Riistsclmk.
The list of hilled, ii is reported,
reach  Into the hundreds.
'.vill
Student Killed.
Edmonton, April 7.���Burrell Adams,
seventeen years of age, a student  of
the commercial departmenl of Alberta
Colli
who were in the church. At tbe close
Iof the si rvlces the troops, officered by
Caj tains Johnston an I Webber and
Lieutenants Wilson, Corbould, Cor-j
hen, Johnston, Gamon, and Cunning-
hi m, ri formed and marched Intel; to
the \:'if iiirles. where Ihey were' dismiss    I.
DR.  DRUMMOND  DEAD.
Author of Patois Poems Passes Away
at Cobalt.
Cobalt. Out.. April 7.���Dr. \V. II.
Drummond, author of "The Habitant."
and other Canadian patois poems, died
here yesterday, after an illness of a
few days.    The doctor  was attended
Japanese Ordered Back.
Washington, April 7.���Japanese ex- by some of th. best physicians ii  '���...
was nm over by a string of  elusion was p,ut Into practical opera- East,  but  the attack  of  pneumonia
eigh    ..ars  and  Instantly killed, al   tlon today for the first time when six from  which  he  was suffering   defied
n" l!li:"  yesterday afternoon, In the Japanes   coolies, having passport, to their efforts, and be passed away after
E.-Y. & P. yards.  The young man was   Mexico, tried  to enter    the    United a few days Buffering
;|   ,'l'-i'''"  "''  ,'1" '   '    h,s home  -' ���-���: at  El  Paso,   Thej  have been     Funeral arrangements have.no!  ���
being al Bently, Alta, near Lacombc,    jowl-red hack. been mode
'
__jii_t��_>^ THE   DAILY   XEWS.
MONDAY. APT
:i- I,
NEW WESTMINSTER
CITY ASSESSMENT
COURT OF REVISION
NOTICE KS HEREBY GIVEN that the
Assessmenl   Roll   for  the  year   1907
has been returned to me, ami remains
iu my office, where it may be Inspected ley any person having an interest
therein, until the sitting of the Court
of Revision.
The first sittinq; of the Court of
Revision on the saiel Assessmenl roll
will be held at the Cit) Hall, in the
said City on
MONDAY, April 8, next,
at 10 o'clock in the forenoon Any
person intending to appeal againsi
the assessment must .I.. so in writing
to be tiled wiih the "City Clerk al
least seven days before the first sit-
ting of   the   Court,
W. A. DUNCAN, City Clerk.
Cit)   Hall, March (I, 1907.
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
A   City   of   < :ir.-: vim*.
The first e>f November Is the otliria!
beginning of winter In Pari.. Then, no
matte.- what the temperature be, U_6fi
are lit in the schools and public buildings, ami the janitor turns on tho beat
for the sad race of Hat dwellers. Then
all the smaller shows which cannot
pay for a "stand" In the streets or
squares ge> into winter quarters.
Where? i found a cltj' of them out In
the waste.' lands by the great gate of
Montrouge. In an empty lot were
scores of caravans drawn up behind
the wooden palisades, ranged so as to
form veritable streets, named after
this showman or that. Dogs, chickens,
rabbits, children, swarmed everywhere.
Corkscrews of smoke rose from the
chimneys of the wagons. Gaudy rags
, were drying on lines. Will you look in
one of the vans? it bas two rooms. In
one are the beds. The other is for eating. On all sides the walls are lined
with ebesets anil drawers. A little stove
glows ni'iir the door. Here tbey are
born, here tbey live and die, the enter -
ua! dynasties of tbe voyagers.���Vance
Thompson in Outing Magazine.
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SP|ECK'S
Sign   Man  on  Wheel,
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
lite   Truly   11,-mii I llu I.
There Is, it has been said, no Qxed
standard of art criticism. What Is
lauded today is discarded tomorrow,
ami even connoisseurs disagree be-
wllderlngly;  but.  glancing back over
tbe ages, il will hi' found  lhal  tin- dls-
cord has been caused by technical divergence and thai in every land and
among all peoples the truly beautiful
lias been generally recognized nnd correctly esteemed, No oue questions today the beauty eef the Greek temple or
the charm of ihe Babylonian pottery.
It does not require trained eyes la recognize the' merit of an oriental Mower
painting or to Bud delight in one uf
Whistler's uocturues. The fundamentals iii each instance are the same-
rhythmical line, fair proportions and
harmonious coloring. We have to 1.,;
led ofttimes up the ascent of art. and
there is much discussion concerning
tbe byways, Intt once on the height all
dissension ends, nml we no longer need
a guide.���Leila Mechlin in Century.
SIMMER'S
SWEET PEA
SEEDS
MIXED and SEPARATE
Toronto Parks Lawn Grass
Bluegrass
White Clover
Flomr Stlds
Vegetable Seeds
fresh and Reliable
Spraying Materials
Grafting Wax, Etc.
D-yden*_   Rase.
The story is told that Dry len, finish-*
Ing bis translation of "Virgil," seul it
to Jacob Tonson for publication far a
sum specified upou the manuscript.
Tonson was desirous of obtaiuiug the
book, but determined to take advantage of Dryden's need of money. He
therefore Informed the poet that he
could not pay the sum Dryden asked.
In reply Dryden sent the following
lines in description of the publisher:
With lcerlnu look, bull fared and freckled
fair,
With,   two  left  legs,   with  Judas  colored
hair
Anil frowzy pores that taint tho ambient
air.
When this was delivered to Tonson
he asked if Dryden had said anything
more. "Yes." replied the bearer, "be
said to tell tbe dog lhat be who wrote
these lines could write more like tbem.''
Tonson sent Ihe money at once.
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle,  an_ Seed Store
Crocodiles nnd   the Care.
One does not usually connect crocodiles with a health resort--rattier the
reverse���but the creatures nre quite a
feature of the Indian bathing place of
Manghaptr, about nine miles from Karachi. This town is a place of pilgrimage for pious Hindoos, but it is chiedy
famous for tbe value of its waters in
ttufcure of the dread scourge of leprosy. The waters are hot. nin! more
than GO per cent of the sufferers wh.
bathe there annually, it is said, are
cured. The crocodiles are rather noteworthy In that they live In the hot
water, apparently suffering no Inconvenience from its temperature or medicinal qualities.���Wide World Magazine.
SPROTT- SHAW
BUSINESS JNSTITUTE
LIMITED
:��� G Hastings St. W , Vancouver.
li p.m..... iing, Gregg and Pitman
Sh irthaud, Telegraphy an I En-
lias.
Seven Teachers
Forty-Fi'je   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R,!. S?aiII, 8. A, Principal
Terror  Blnnehes   llnlr.
It has been repeatedly affirmed that
Queen Marie Antoinette's auburn bnir
turned white in the days of tho rolgn
of terror, says the Caledonian, nnd an
English surgeon named Parry slates
that just after the In linn mutiny be
actually saw tho jet black hair of a
rebel Sepoy-, who was under examination ami feared a dreadful death, turn
white in the course of half an hour,
in the time of the commune In Paris
tho dark hair of Baron Alphonse de
Rothschild was blanched in n few
hours.
Holding  Him   Off.
"The head of the firm," said the superintendent, "insists upon 'nr employing bis son In this department, and it'-s
as much as we can do to keep hlm
idhv"
"Idle!   You mean busy, don'l you?"
"No. I don't,   if wo kept him busy it.
: would keep three or  four other men
busy  correcting his  mistnkes."   I'hi'.n-
i dolphin Press.
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public the excellence of its offer.   Just think!   For $3.00 you obtain a $1.50 book (ovei- one hundred of the choicest
and most carefully selected literary gems to select from) and The Daily News delivered at your home for tweh,
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The Daily News has now been established one year, and is already a warm favorite in the majorityo|
homes in the city.   Winner of the popular contest at the Bazaar, on its own merits, sh   vs that the effort.- of fl,
publishers to establish a local paper replete with local news is appreciated by the citizens of New WestminstJ
A clean paper���not rilled with nauseous advertisements- it appeals to the many; and the offer now made is wortjJ
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j
We have several copies of each work, but already five titles have been sold out, so don't delay, '
in your selection and have prompt delivery of the book you have wanted to read so long, and also the papt
The following is the list of books now in stock:
I
Abbe Constantin,���-Halevy.
Adatr.  Eede���Georg ���  Eliot
Aesop's Fables���
Alhambra��� !.\ in -.
Alice  in  Wonderiana���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���Dick-
Data of Ethics���Spencer.
David Copperfield���Dickens,
Deemster���(laine.
Deersiayer���C io
Descent of Man���Darwin.
Dombey & Son���Dickens.
East Lynne���wool.
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson,
Fifteen Decisive 3attles���Creasy
First Violin���Fothergill.
Green Mountain Boys���Thompson.
Grimm's   Fairy Tales ���
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels    Swill.
Guy Mannering     Scott,
Handy Andy��� Lover.
Heir cf  Redclyffe���Yonge.
Henry  Esmond    Thackery.
Heroes and Hero Worship Car-
lyle.
Hiawatha and Evangeline���Longfellow
House of the Seven Gables Hawthorne.
Hypatia ��� Kingsley.
It's Never too Late to Mend���
Heinle
John Halifax, Gentleman���Mlllock,
Kenilworth���Scott.
Kidnapped���Stevenson.
Lamplighter���Cummins.
Last Days of Pompeii���Lytton.
Last  of the   Mohicans    Cooper
Lorna Doone���Blackmore.
Lucile���Merldlth
Middlemarch     Eliot.
Mill  on the Floss    Eliot.
Mosses    From    an    Old    Manse���
I [awl home
Natural     Law    In    the     Spiritual
World   ' ii mini md,
Newcomes    Thackery.
Nicholas Nickelby���Dickens
Old Curiosity Shop ���Dickens.
Oliver  Twist���Dickens.
On the Heights     Vuerbach
Origin of Species    Darwin
Our  Mutual   Friend���Dickens
Pathfinder���Cooper.
Pilgrim's   Progress���Hutu an.
Prairie���Cooper,
Prince   of   the   House   of   David ���
Ingraham.
Robinson   Crusoe     Defoe.
Rob   Roy     Scott,
Romance of Two Worlds    CorelU
Romola -Eliot.
Scottish Chiefs���Porter.
Sign of the  Four���Doyle
Sila-   Mirner     Eliot.
Silence  of  Deane   M . :  md
Sl'etcn   Book -  Irvln
Story     of     an     Afr ;
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Study in Scarlet     11
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Tale of Two Ci tie _.
Talisman     Scott.
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Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Why  lie  Qnlt.
"For the drunkard aud the gluttou
shall come to poverty." "I figured ont
years ago," saiel n prosperous farmer,
"that with very moderate drinking I'd
drink an acre of good laud every year,
.So I quit."���Central Christian Advocate.
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COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE  BF.ICK.
Savings  Bank   Department.      !>������       Its        i        I in sui        if $1   .
nn.I  Int   : est  nllo\ Bil :,;   ::  pei  . ent.     . ..,   . . . ,��� ..;,    ���
four times a year.
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Daughter���Wasn't Julius Caesar one
of the strongest men thai ever lived,
pn?   Father- Whnt makes you ask that
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Montreal, Quebec, w:,s ''"st rend,n* tlmt he tluw ���
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC anel the MARITIME provinces:
Also tee BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA,  via Niagara Palls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
bridge over the Rhlw
CEO.  W.   VA'jX,
Speaking of signs, 'whim you wake
imi and And n burglar In tin'house it U
"   ilgu  that   unexpected company h��_
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket' amve,_    rltts&.rg aafcette Times,
Agent, l':���"��� Adams St.. Chicago, III.
Belttted  TcMtlinonlnla.
If the testimonials of lov�� nnd faith
on enn- tombstones were uttered in our
dally life, how often would they linvw
helped us over the briery fields aud
rocky roads of exlsteueel- Baltimore
American.
lit.. Kaw  __��� *�����
lo ral " go nl slot k Is good FKIOD.    We keep tIn
heat only     Make your chickens l.i;   by giving Ihen
Strengthen your live stoc .   Iiy   building up   bone   i
nnd  iim" CARNI2KAC.
NADIES have you Lrlod the I'.istr. ] lour ninde hy
Milling Company, [f not Telephone ""3 nnd try it;
obtaine I   nre excellent.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C.
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STREET.
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_VHS��ii 'i loNDAY. APRIL 8, 1907.
THE   DAJLV   NEWS.
re You Looking
For Snaps?
PORTUGUESE PEDLAR
BECOMES PARTNER
ONCE HOMELESS LAD NOW HEIR
TO $100,000���SOLD CIGARS ON
STREETS OF  NEW YORK.
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN     HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Chicago, April ti.���The story of how
fortune smiled on a Portugese pedlar
Well here they are again; and now
,    _   . , ,,   ',.      _ riiiiii' sniueii  on a  foriugeue  pen.itr
fcjD    KlCkmg    beCaUSe    yOU  iailed  tO  Se-    ��y was related yesterday in the coun-
���*��� n     ,i 111* I ,!'.v oonvi when   PedrO J. Teixeira, :!v
[lire some ot the snaps we sola during
|ur great fire and. stocktaking sale in
february.
di unit
efore our last great sale was half
i our buyers purchased the entire
ichng output of the Alsace,Lorne Furn.ture Company, of Copple-
s, Ontario, (who are retiring
l.usintss. This stocl< was bought
on the dollar, and we needed
eoods to   restock    our    depleted   oany, ash and elm; regular $14.00, for I
il   age,   was   ;. lopte I   by   Mrs.
L. Hutchens, 61 j ears old.
.Mrs. Mun inns said Pedro had lived
a! mi' home nearly twenty \ears, and
since the deal h of her husband, three
.'������ears  ago,  has  conducted  the  whole
sale and  retail  cigar busini ss left   by
Mr,   Hutchens.     Mrs.   Hutchens   told
i In-  coin i   her   propel I y   amounte I to
��� ��� than .f I iM.iii'ii.
Judge Pond re< omnii n li .' t hal v. It ii
I irge an estate 1   woul wise fo
to ..ial.-   ,e  v, dl. di ; Pedi ii
Cheff.nie.-s,   in  imperial   oak, maho- 5o]e   heir.       \l:  .    Hutchens   said
vt t M
There will be Sideboard and Buffets, in imperial oak; regular value
$27.00, going at $17.75.
Bedroom Suites in impeeial oak.
D.h and elm: regular values $19.00.
going at $13.75 the suite.
0.75
Centre Tables ?s lo.v ac *1.45.
Handsome Dining Rccm Sets of five
chairs   ard   carver,   making   complete
set  cf   six   chai-s   with   leather   seats   Vew  y,���.k the dreams  ;
and  hardwood frame, go:nj  at $16.25
for coinclete set.
after   the   sale.     The   Alsace.-
e    Furniture     Company     have
oted  for  the   high     class    and
furniture   they   have     turned
m  their factories and the  peo-
Er.tish Columbia are fortunate
vnig such  a stock to select from
furnishing their homes, and
especially so when you consider
laughter prices these goods will
crificecl at. Three cars of furni-
just unloaded and three more
on the tracks waiting until we
md   room   for  the   goods. But
nust be cleared out, and quickly
;. Absolutely no reasonable offer l?ve cvery other recul.ete 'or com
d and you may obtain bargains tlete houEe furnishing at equally lovf
ipell bargains with a big. big prices.    So  give  a  call,  be   convinced
and see for yourself what chances for
_r.aps this sale offers intending house
furnishers.
-   ,      .   hom<   i  m"'
I'   I   i   ran  awaj
the hills of Pe
gal twenty years ago.
'When I crawled oul of the hold ot'
the steami r an I  made  my flrsl  jour-
through   thi    dismal   quarters   ol
Beautifully carved Dining Room
Chairs without leather seat, to clear
',ut at 95c. E
and  won't  last  long  .t  :-~t   ���
B
. oul  American  libei ty an i  the  fre ���
countrj   vanished." said   Pedro yesterday. "I was wil houi mom y, an I stu I
eti  peddling   cigars   for   a   living.    It
lach of these are a snap    '! ::!':   ':,;:"   ":"   lon^   :!'   Plck   "''   lhe j
t long at that pnee. anguage, and I went west to Chicago.
"1 was her*, without home or friends ���
Carpets and Carpet Squares as low   Ir looking for  a lodging  place  I  saw
ss $4.50 each.    Ycu wil!  also find  we   a  sign, 'Rooms  for  Rent,' and  rented
���.' cheap room, That was at Mr. and
Mrs. Hutchens' house. They imme-
i: tely look an interesl in me, and I
gol a job in Mr, Hutchens' cigar More.
A few years ago I became a partner
In the business."
Hotel   Guests.
Guichon���P   Ft.  Quain, Ashcroft;   .1.
-^    -, .-,-, -, H. Drummond,  St. Andrews, Florida;
kSale will commence  promptly at s: r :- vane,,,,,,: ���>. n_c__h_
8?    1        1        n a mnnn a tt- " a #i   Chiiliwack;  it. Hartnell, Clayburn; P.
o clock SATURDAY morning, \pril __jc_o_. por, Guichon.
/��_.! . 'il 1 ' c i        Windsor���James   Mason,   Aberdeen,
Oth,     aiid     Will     COntinUe    IOr   One    Week   Scotland;   R.   Siddale,   De Roche;   I.
__T_1tt    nf McTaggart, Mission:  w. A. Rowlands.
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any per- '
son who is the sole bead of a family,
or any male over 1. years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section ol
160 acres, more  or II -  .
Entry must he made personally al
the local land < Bice fcr the districl In
which the land Is situate.
The homesteadei ,- required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the fo ��� ; lans:
11) At '!, ast .- is mon!t. resl leni e
uj on and < ultivatii _ ol t he and in
each yeai   I  i  tl ree ;��� ��� ars.
i_i    If the fathei (or _ othi  . If th<
[athi    :   deceased), i    the hon
' ��� resl i m .      ��� mi li    I ���   . cinit;
e lai    enter     or,  thi
ii.iiim  ,    ui reside]      :        ���   -..'���
\'   such ,.   ������   Iding   with   thi
:   her or mother.
(3)    If thi    ettlei liis   pei man
��� i.   residei   i     pen fai min - land owned    .. hii    in   In   vicinity of h's.
te ..i.   the    ���   i Iren < nts   as   to resl-
di nee may bi      il     ed    ; y i esi len ���
upon the said land.
'���. months' notice in writing6hould
bi given to ti," Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for j atent.
Coal lands may be purchased at $10
per acre for soft coal and $20 for an-
thn ��� ite, Not mere than 320 acr< -
can be acquired by one individual or
company. Royalty at Ibe rate of ten
cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
ci lb 'ted on the gross out] ut,
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N. 13.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for.
LEE'S
urniture Emporium
ii   Hornbrook,  Victoria;   (.'.  \V. Ingle,
Bon   Accord:   D.   Emerson,     Webbei
1 laho.
' 'olonial���P. Ise ,erg, Mais,ini; ]'. p.
E ' e, South Vancouver; .1. .1. Higgle ls, Spokane; W. Garvie, Vancouver.
.DYERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS.
Tenders Wanted.
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
FRED DAVIS, Manager
ftfon! Block, Columbia Sireet, New Westminster,
S
prm!
S
MUitmtfs
Tentier;  will  I e   n ceived    by    I h
��� ' -'-!..  i    up   io   Monday,   the  Sth
[ April,   : ���   ii   - .ir..   for  su] pi;   ol   ,vin..
i ������a.   ancl   l-in,   vi: i ifle ,!   -��� w i .     pipe,
s   for   Sixth
reet   sewi v   d< livered    Tendei s   for
ipi   to 1 e per    lineal   foot, an 1    I
��� :, ir    ranches and plugs at so mui I:
each
Th'- low.st or any tender not neces-
.-.:��� | y accep e I
\V. A. DUNCAN
City <   i mm
NOW IN
AT
RyalPs
DRUG   STORE
��--"
fist A.rnvea one of the  largest and  most
_5
complete stocks in British Columbia
WITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER. S5.00 UP
OVERCOATS TO ORDER. $17.00 UP
i^Bi-duction guaranteed ur  money   refunded.     Suits  kept   in   repair
free ot charge (or one year.     Open evenings.
THE
WILtl. SPI Westminster Iron Works
=FiNf_ST   AND   FASTEST--
j;empress_si
GENERAL MACHINE ANU ENGINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKlUUiSi and
���fc.000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN) 14,500 STRUCTURAL  IKON     WOKK.
H. Power lElfPKESS OF IRELAND!      iCrt.       Ornamental    Iron    won:,   mciunlnji
fences, Gates, Fire Escapes, vtc.
Reduction   in   fares    rom   the   Old      Mall orders and correspondence In
i'i. int.).    Now Is  i)i" time to seem ,    >t'< d,
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE Mki.i.i.
New  V" '- ���! in . ���   ������ vi)'*
Jchn mi
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JP-TO-DATE  TAILOR
Tom '���'.-'.���:
: eiinie'i ���   v. li h    'm m res m
19th,
For fin ther par icul n 8 applj I i
ED. GOULET,
1'    R. agent for all  VtlantIc ��� ��� impanl ���
J. HENLEY
.Manufacturer of
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
FRONT STREET
McKenzie   and   Front
M. LANGTRY   ^nera^ Waters, Etc.
 ���;     Aerated Waters,
THE   POPULAR   TRANS! ON-
TINENTAL    LINE.
Running   Through    First-clasi   Pull
pian, Touris I and Dining Cars daily.
Atlantic exprei s leaves al  15: 10.
Seattle and points south, S:30.
Ladies' $15 Watch
CHAMBERLIN'S   SPECIAL
P. S.JBartlett, 6 Size Movement,  Fitted
in :i4  kt. Gold Filled Cases, for $15.00
W. G Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
A CESC Y HA MIL TO.\    �� A TCHES
BULLET IN
Northern Railway
V. W. & Y. RY.
Leaves Daily NKW    WESTMINSTER Arrives Dailj
1:20    a in        Blaine, iiellingham   Burlington, Mt.      3:00   p m
Vernon    Everett, Seattle,  Portland       !':u_    p in
-) :.,.i p m
4:35 p in
9:20 a m
3:00 j. in
9: 55 [i in
12: i" a i,i
Spojtan .St.Paul.and ai'  points Easl :i:Qi.i p m
Anacortes, Woolley,  Rockport. 3:00 p m
Vancouver 9:20 a m
 | 4:35 ]i m
"The Owl,"  between  Seattle,  New | 6:20 a m
Westminster <t Intermediate points I
Leave   N'ew  Westminster  for Guichon    3:50  p. in.      Arrive
Guichon 6 p.m., Monday, Wednesday,  Friday.
S: 15 a.m. .arrive from G  ichon; ! :10 a.m, Lv. for Vancouver.
ROUTE   OP  THE  FAMOUS "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily Overland Trai ns 2
S] ' kane, St. Paul, Mlnneaj oils, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Ixiui-    and    all    points   East,
information, ra
eoinpit
addres
erth reservation, etc., ca!
F. C.  MEYERS, Agent,
ierce Building,       -       New Westminster, B. C.
H. M. ADAMS. Asst. Traffic Mgr.
King Street, I'nion  Station,  Seattle. Wash.
yjtr:-M&f.w.
';:'?_:
__^fe;lSt_
ti\'ii''
���PMj&
as well as sanitary results are
obtained from the use of Alabailine.   Instead of deteriorating- with age, it actually
becomes harder, until  at last  it forms
part of the wall itself.
ALABASTINE
with its plain tints, supplies a luxurious wall-cohering1 for the
most handsom. rooms, leaving your wall* fr_e from th�� delirium of wall papers. We will be glad to tell you mors about
Alabastine, if ycu will ask us. Let us show you a tint card
and cutting of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
Ail hinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J. TRAPP & CO,
Limited
Th
C
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL   AND   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL   ASSETS   45,400,000
Eighty-five branches, with Correspondents throughout
the world.
.'SAVINGS   BANK
onk dollar opens an account.   Interest added four
times a year.    Start to-day,
LEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH ���
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS. S TO   9   O'CLOCK.
The wonderful progress of Canada is illustrated by the fact that thc
finest Cocoa in the world is made there.
I   COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
Is the purest and thc best and is fast becoming t'..e beverage
lor old and young.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Family Trade a Specialty. ,, .    ,
' l'eer othei particulai . apply to
rei. 113. Office, Eighth Street,1 B, j, COYLE. ED. GOULI
--e7��W   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C. A- v'-  l'- A- Agent  CM'
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATER-
PROOF   LOGGER  BOOTS
Vancouver.
New   Westminst.
Westminster __,.     ���,        .    llr    ��
City Llectnc W orks
E  ranSTGr    CJO��        Opposite Tram Office
'fi.'o 'Phone i*5.       torn  t-noue 137      For electric signs, dynamos, motors,
Columbia st. ; fanS) ,]lh,,,. .,,,;.i:,.s, Bhades, bells, bat
teries,   wire  and   tallies   Ml' all   kinds I
Baggage delivered    promptly to my       ,    . ,, ,, .     ,
,,, '   ' ���    and  size-;.   House wiring,   Motor in
pari of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram  Depot
and   sizes,
Btalllng a Bpe li Ity.   All kinds of repairs 'promptly attended to.
J. DIGBY, Proprietor
PHCNE 304.
JUSTIJTO HAND.     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving- away prices
See our Window ancl Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE./
J. STEWART
K
i. THE   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDA
Y.   A_.
THE DAILY NEwS
Published ley the Daily News Pub-
lishing Company Limited, at their
oi:; s, corner eef Sixth anl t'roat
streets. New Westminster, B. C,
MO��
E-   A.   Paige Ma.nag_r
Pure   Salt ��� prepared   by   a
process which separates every atom
of foreign substance from the salt.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT is
pure, indeed I
SPECIAL
,B| Trains & Stea��i
��� i-i'.ii. "mi"
148
ADVERTISING  RATES. streets,   bridges    and     wharves"   the
Transient   display   advertising,    XO   magnificent sum of $1,100;   Dewdney,
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines   .   .,,,,,,.,, ���-,, :;���,H], elected lhe Pl.em:er,
the   inch.      Five   rents   per   line   for
subsequenl  insertions. an:]  when  ,H'  turned " ,lt,'V11- chose
Reading notices, hoi,i  pace type, 20   bis henchman,  Manson,  gets $20,000;
cents   per   line, brevier  or  nonpareil,   chiiliwack,  represented  by  O.  .Munro.
10 cents per line ,   Liberal, is promised the laj��g_ expen-
For tune contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager. | dittire of $4,000; Richmond, which re-
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or turned the Hon.  F. L.  Carter-Cotton,
deaths,  50c.     Wants,   for  sales,  lost  President of the Council, will have to
That clay will be the last of a special
,    discount of 20 per cent, on Cut Glass.
20 Cents Off Every Dollar
Leave N. VV. I_ -,-,
C.P.R.  Missi
Leave N. \v. ,  :.
Leave Seattle I
C.P.R    WESTMLXs
Leave X.  VV   V | ,
Arrive. N. \V. :i.;;:
GREAT NORTII
Se
-��� ��� '���-::*:;
or found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent
per word. No advertisement' taken
for less than 'i'i cents.
struggle  alons;   with a   paltry   $88,000.
A!!  of  which   shows,  of course,  thai
I this Government of ours is swayed by
TELEPHONES. a hi_hminde_l regard lor the public in-
Day  Office    A22   terest, and would nm dream of stoop-
Night  Office   B22 . ing to dirty little partisan spitefulness,
 ' i Kir.'    Wiio saiel  "Rats!"
<.uS.qX��r'L_B.i
MONDAY.   APRIL    3.     1907.
TEACHERS'  SALARIES.
Tr.   . Mii. menl  printed  in our issue
oi   Sal ir la;-   lends   emphasis tn   the
point  : i which  we particularly  called
���:i v. hen commenting s mi
da, .- .mi .e;, ihi' requesl for a general
Increase of Balarj preferred by tbe
teachers in iho public schools of tli''
city . If New Westminster continues
to pay ile- lowest salaries in the Province, ii is quite certain thai, after a
DARK CLOUD HOVERS
:      OVER MODI.M
HORACE DORER
Goldsmith, Silversmith and Diamond Merchant
Columbia Street,      -      Next to Tram Office
���
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
L OST���A    ...        ro   tailllll ~   a   sir .  ol
ii,mii'.. mi a city car,   Finder please
BISHOP BERRY SEES GLOOMY FU-      return   to this  office
TURE  AHEAD���ADVISES  "SNUG
GLING   UP" TO  PEOPLE.
New Y
ork, April 7.���-Dark and omin-
WANTED-s.,". ei, ��� engin :.., .....
"secon I papers. Appl K a ler Iii ���
er Sa�� ALUs, Limil ><i. Millside, B.C
.-.*<
;���*���<><�������������������������������������������������������<���>
"me,   ii   wm   i,;1V(,   the  |ea7t'effl^ent   ""~ C'0Urts hovel' over i""h ;ll(-' -Ml'Ih-   WANTED   Teamster to drive  a'one-
teachers in the Province.    Heretofore,  odisl Church ���""l Lhe country a. largi
judging by results, it has had the mos11 according  to  Bishop  Berry's  admonl
1,'IlCll'llt V,,,.    ���.iee    ,i.       ... ' '""iiii'io
50 acres jusi two miles west of the  Citj on _ew car llm   to V ivi
partly cleared. Price $210 per acre on terms.
50 acres, eleven miles from Cit. al Statl nd Posl Office   good hou
Lv. N. VY. 9.20 a ���,
Lv. N. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar 'eZ
p.m.
'I v-'  W. &  y.    , ...
I-v- N. W. 3 p.m. :,,, J:J,
Lv. Vancouver 8,
G.  N. R.-Pi)i;    R'
2.20 p.m. ' ar
Lv. Guichon, 2:11
5:45 p m. and 6 p, D
Mondays only.
B.C .ELECTRIC -...,
Lv.  Neu-   Westm ...     Ll
mm  and 8 a. in., an I _.
Jl    iftui         11 ���	
_K      Lv.  Vancouver (
���  tame hours.
Fraser River and fiJ
up i. .       ":
Bea \ ei
From .'<'. \\'. M
Prom Chwk,   .
(iamonti  -
Prom N. w,   ;
Fr mi Chw   , a
DOWN
transfer   ���
From N.W.  .
Add. trip, Mon
From Steve..,!. :.   , j
I
PC
ja
Ve
Wi
su
VE
bi.
ft
pr
$2
IS
horse delivery rig.    Flour and feed _, 	
,mri���rlt     Xor ( j  ^ ...._  ��..���...,.,.      A""'y McQuarrie & fee.. Fron, si.    barn,  chicken  house,  orchard   part:/', lean ���'��� "��Inly $ZOO0.
f,rawn '"" ' " our colninunlli,'"' ]!!!'"""  !" '"" ,1"wl^"lh'il"-"1 Methodisi   WANTED-Room and board by a ���,,-   ��� ���  ' f '"'!"S ��l0S6 '" Weatminsti , J tnction, f on Ing on River. All cleared.   I
���-- esjvere (pieachers at today's conference meet-      floman.   Box S. this office.        ,7,.771PHce $55 per acre- ^ cash- balance easy terms.   Th     property can be sold     Seattle, via Sum.
Mail S
ervice
older, more fixed   !
������ss progressive; or!
in.
Of the church status, he saiel:
���aiaii.    Box S. this Offi :i
GOOD   OPENING
'   in smaller lots at this price,
voting  man   toi       "" acres at  Cloverdale.  Price $21  ^er acre,  with  '     .
I I D I I u'ss a,���i i���lsi. i|_^^^_^^^^^^^^^^_
",Ss  lepression, w ighl be niggard-1    "You n'ou1'  startled if you knew
*'�� little longer without experiencing  h���  many of  our  young   Methodists      *J'^ '"  Martln & McQuarrie. 50 acres  near   Westminster  Junction   on
Z |,ronounced "ff""<*: bul with   are lost  to us,  bovs ami  girls of the dtf  Price $20 per acre. 	
SS00:   7-1        '0 acres lots in Surrey, Coqultlam, Burnalij    ind  Lulu  fsland  from $200
growing communiti " "S' b��yS ,""' sMs '" ""'   '
business   ll  ls "another "L .t^v".   '^  FamiIies'aml whole families, too.   POR   SALE-4-roon.   house
).|    roa t   easl >    cleared
business   it  is   another  mailer.     Not ^^^^
only are schools Increasing in number,,   nd |!l(, mutterings of a comln
thus  affording  new  openings   in   the
1,.r,~l-l	
teaching |
rhere are .lark .lays ahead ol  us,
orin.
���rofesslon,  but  the growing P'^nized  capital   is often  organizi
miii house, close in, ?1,100; 5-room
house, close to Bri Ige, $1,700, White
it Shiles, Columbia street.
SaS^-ista^nlh, i"1" ^"^ ^ iH ��"��"^   FCR "��-"__..  strain  Whi
uess of the Provlnc^��f >bJ2,J? lit   ""'* .tynnny'    Hence  """>''"   are      >-���   duck   eggs, $1.00   per
 '"   ��� 'owneo is hecomlne n.,,i-��� .
ani ^ an Inducemenl for teacher P   " ;""1 Underfed-   Most of th��
Georee
Mori ow,
er   pursuits.
The
New Westminster
solutions  offered    are    platitudinous.
Distilleryville
ll'.I-Tti
WE HAVE A  FULL  LIST OF  LOTS AND HOUSES IN  THE  CITY.
,,;���:;;    HALE  &  LANE,   Real Estate Agents
ryville
248 Colombia St.,  New Westminster, B. C
ami at CALGARY. A��erta.
���       MlU.m,.       ���       olh
S}*���CR"SeS' "!"' ma-v ^ expected'to j !rheonlythinS ^al will solve, the prob- F��R  SALE-Convenient 6-room  mod-
tne number or those entering |lcm is regeneration, for human selfish-      ern  residence with    large    garden  ���" ���	
w���    ",      '"  ""' l"-"f"ssi.>n:   so that   ness is at the root of the whole matter.      s'i;i1^'   for   two   horses,   etc    Price K__A,    .
J   "a.   ,rea^nably look ro,- nimInish-!The world """^ solely to care for its      ?3,400  (half cash,.   Apply  box  594   ��� ^^�������������������������� ...*���_.>,.* fMtffttM
Sapperton an I Mil]
sl :-. No. 1   ;
\ atici"]', _r,   Xo.   1.  v
Q N.R   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle.. s
Van. _ Cen. Pai    I
Victoria   io
Last Bui naby  ....   ; ;
L i Iner, S ���.   ston,
	
C P R ea m 8    pe
ton, Mil -  ia t
Coqultlam     ....
V in   anil   ll
' i \ I:   FI y i :
Timbei Inn ��� ���
and  Frid
"'i   supply   as   w��
mand.
as   Increased de-
SO! lal   ills
Bishop Berry urged Hie- ministers to
���>;-1""   (half cash).   Apply   box  594    ���
New  Westminster.
FOR SALE   Several lots
s in Burnal
close to Cm Factory and City limits   ���
_���������    ������ ea   some little hea, a,���i bit-!  sn,ugg,e "P" '" the common  people.
of  \ess w*s developed  by the  failure"1 ake MethodistS more a social factor
for   ,,,e ""!"'", '"  "rovlde  ,hl>  funds  U,an they are' stl rayer In order to      ?,;"  each.    Apply  White  &   Shiles   ���
trustees Zl"1   ���'"iMi"^   wh,ch   "���" ' T"'"' mBke '"" Prayers f"""" "���""��� ^t      City' '  ���
'        "yl" " necessarv  .,    the church oul in politics i a,, S1IV(,   " .
I The Fishing Season!
This
sary t0 |,,.,,r|
t��r>' -siu'i' rj  a specialty.    We de
ARROW  PRESS, Daily  News Block.   *
Mrs. Dominy, proprietor.
 *   ground   and   sharpened.
FOH SALE   A small island containing  J
about  15 acres, close tu Nev  \V��'s     ���
be founT" >V! ^!'ieve'the money is to   ""' ":"in"' anrt make ii  a real'force   J0B PR'NTING-Saw   Mill   and   F,
��� and tl,,. buildings construct-1�� 00mbat "'vi| i,! evil's own field.
' U'     Sl|,)|,   ,|    |i| .  ���
ev> .-'"��� I"-  ,.,;��� ,':  ''l"""11 ">"-i.
: :t I::::;;: -��� v.:r;::LABOR PARTY SEEKS
'' Is important " ,���      unrter discussion,
Ztr- '^rz^Ti      SOCIALISTIC UNION
more ������     ''  ls   "" question;   but   it   js	
,P     /'���',. ;'   "> "...k-   ������-,.   ���,:���   the
;       lose  lo,   which  lhi.se I dings ���,������,.   TW0   PARTIES   AT   CAPITAL  CITY
:[l^  J-��   '-   efflelently   carHed
���N"l!"^ about  the outside of a
���1   building   can  compare  i���   L MUTUAL GOOD
,    ';n7^htli amy of the mem
;,i";.""1",V"   '"'   obtainetl    inside".
iiS(l  ;   Sh"1""  ��o��   he  forgoftenhv   ,      ,  , ,
''    '"""'""= I J    '������  party are en le tvoring  to
has now commenced. i have sumo
splendid new lines in P-SHINCi
TACKLE, Rods,  Lines and  Reels.
���
Canadian Pacific Railway'
Britl.h  Co'umb.i  Coast Lli
8_rvlee.
���
���
TIME TABLE
B.  C.   Co_3t   L,i:��  S��-. ;:
J SHOOTING���Call and  inspect my fine stock of fjurrs, nc/,  and second    ^ 	
ill other kinds of printing, and in   *             h3nd-                                                                                                     J rii:;'
���aire   a   good   job    at    righl    prices,   ��� BICYCLES���of the latest pattern? for sale and to hire, both for ladies   ��� Princess M
ff and gentlemen. ^
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New   Keys made;   locks  fitted;  knives, axe, s,ws scissors, etc.,  |     P ___!
ma   and   sharoened. T
NOTE   THE   NEW ADDRESS.
minstei  city. Can be used for a mill   X
site.      Foi     particulars    apply    to
Gunderson & Aune's grocei:
���
���
���   TRAPP  BLOCK.
. R. SPECK
���
:
���
���
���
���
trustees
TRAPP   BLOCK.   ���
������������������������������������������������*������������**:���;���������������*���������������������������������������������������*������
PROPOSE TO JOIN  HANDS  FOR   FOR   SALE    1   lots  in   Burnaby, close	
Io  the  Vancouver    car    line,  J1S...    ~~
and neai   cai   f tel n j, Burns    .  |li
Victoria,  April  7     \: ���    -   ol     u       >"  $S I).    WHITK   &   SHILES, |
Columbia sl ei I
 '  'ns ,'"'!l: '' rapproachmerii  between xiiuiacD . ,.,���,.
.,,      ��� , TIMBER  LANDS���A.  'deal   i  ;cl    live
CONFIDENCE  GAME '""           '^r^nt and the So- ly in timber.    Have large and
��'fll !..���  rememberetl  that   |,e  ''" "      ' ""i|"    ' '" ''' : '   '' ''  L>v' "'i"''S  ":'   walel''     ll   WM   'vl ']   '
'    election, the McBrlde organs   '^^   "'    '"   ' "'  ":   ii'"   v'iclolia buy or sell, see me    K. R, Chandler,
S "ie change   on  (he. "splendid fl- Pr,ntlnS  ;""l   Publishing  company, at l0?  liil',lil'-'  s' ���   Vancouver,  B.C
!"'   ""'   Government,   lv]lic1'   ' mestion   was    lioroughjj JOB PRINTING���W,   work    for    th
,   '  '    ,:    "    ''''':''   le��' the people '       assed,  though  no decision   as  to besl  people   of Nov     Westmlnsto
I0     ���'.''";:;i g,;eal bis ":-" w ������ -��� ��^..e.       v "��� ���
S"""il'        !l'"'H    '!��'     l;|l|i ������  ,                                                                                                   _____    MKK
'     ,ht' Onvemmenl  papers   ihe  Daih ���  ''"   ' ' ''       '        "  """   ',!"'"': of N'ew
���Vews ��;,.  led to bell ve that  lhe Ki- ".S"":'11"'  l,art>' f�� VMco'uver may ____..
^           !iave___________________________. DRy  DQCK   p0R   SALE^
The Settlers' Association of B, C,
LAND DEPARTMENT
SOME SPECIAL SNAPS
,. dsi ' Im-   work      The    ilira-S icl il
three-.ia;,,:.���������.-. of ft in llion ol     i  I i I ill     ,.,  ,,m; ��� ,. ,,,��� ;i  ,)���. tw(, ,v ,-���   ���         \|
';;   ��� i    ddi    '    lazzle Ihe eyes |....   ,, , ni   ,, n.i|; |u] eleclioii  en   Vlr
^aam^aamWaamW
Your  or le     >vi 11     be    appt ei In p I
ARROW   PRESS    I, ' ��� I ________________________*'  ""'"'
MRS    DOMINY   Pro i !;"' '' ' lovi " 'nl>  "
 _ ,m   this  low  |1 fun
ID .hi es in lol   - -  Biirnabj     .
160  icres, i den Iii it 11,  Bui n
Burnaby
!   ���  il ii ��� .. ���'     ���        i Hii Ro ul.  front In        eOO feet  on  Ki
I'rlco wil
Tenders   will   be  r Ived till  April
''"'m bj  im   mu ler i. ..������ i : ir tin
i m) 	
.$170   i ."���  ac
V VNCOl \ ���. : .
:' S, Pi Ine ��� i Vici
'. er, i p.m. da
Lea,.. ���  Vict ' la da
VIC i nltlA si: .Tl
PRINCESS 1'
Leave   Vlctot
at 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW      WE
ROUTE.
SS  CITY  OK '��� '
'Leaves N'ew   vi ���   "
on Sundays
VANCOUVER NANAIM . R0U
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vam _
WEST   COAST  ROUTE.  I
Steamer Q.w.>- I C '...
Leaves \'|  tor
Tth, ami  nth ������ ch
'1 mi;  Ino and way i
quite  $05.1)00!     He   had    ne'irlv    slv   "''' s'"'i:ilUls- ,'"";'''! ";i ''.'  the nltrii     B
li��"     ns   much   when   las,   nnanclal|    rllon' wlth',rew' situated at the fo
.,.,    close,!;   bul   I.   i",.  been  "blown   Westmlnstei
ln"-all b.,t tho *65. as above-du,- Dates Ahead.
Ing  the ciiri'i'iii   year, and  ii   Is iiniiei       \nrll  8- -Debate,    Queen'."
possible thai some of Ihe JB.'i.OOO will ,\jethodlsl Church,
havi   lo go in order lo save a deflcll       \,,,.i;  ,   couri ol  Revision.
< ie  current   year's account:   while
LOWER FRASER H   - - - I
Steamci Ti i
Lu ives   .'.���' v   V\,
!''.'.    'I i.i'-'l .;. .     ,       ;
and   Ln iaj   at   2 I
"   -   |),   Ml.   �� l| ll   ,i,| i    .
& iy at ,", tt. iii
 |)ti    ,,-,,   ,, in   ,,    ,,      .__________________���  '-''u"s   *''".<���   loll   ,M 'I
nd-sawandf qulpment of tools" i'' ",i,ils' " leased to go Into    Wednesday. Thursda -    J
'"" lnr��rma 'rom  P. M. PMy a, Lot�� throughout the cltj of \, ��   Westminster fro,,, J5n ,��� *  , ; a' "'-;   l',:'1 '>' :'; 6   '��� m' '*
"i ieil nans for sal.-. * " *2,000; hous-    trip Saturdaj  B p, m
^^m ^i^i^ii^i^i^i^i^i^i^Hi^i^i^i^i^H Siinv, _^^_^^^_^
ll,.    lln,,       im.I    ll,,, ���lll,.,|. .    1 '���' >7. Illl ��� M" I    1   II'   1 ill' ________________
"   ."'""   ���""    ''    '"'"'���   wlthal   lorla   II had I i docided thai the two '   ' irmorson   rm We have for sale in thi    leant ml   ; miinlcl|inll     ! nth
,i    it'll       li ���    i -i n  i.     ���   i      11. i i i       ���    11 :        i   1'  I er,.t ' ''' "I     [ '"      "' l '       ���� ���     ' '���     ' ���"'    ' '    '"���     '"'
'      .i.iiiui,   ins   iiiii-.ii    dements should con e, and il   wns     , ,     ,,,,���.,,. Hyjorth road.   Thi ed i'o    il    .    ,      .���.:���.   at $20 an acre,     V chai
L  .    | il ef *|| l,tJl'l|[||T���''!,ll,'���^l'l|lll,
"���                                                      onl\  upon tile dn:  of the elect Ion thai                                                                    of a  lifetime.
A!" �����   much  has    he ��ot?  Xot !,���������_      ' FLOATING  DRY  DOCK A81)le���dld      loctlonorra , ,      listed   with    us throughou.
.nin ���   r    in . ...
The
1    I .    '. enue,
lanl   ha    a
Avenue  ''"   'l""L-    Highesl ot anj ten ler nol
iii ir.iiin ?  i'i m er  lil'. er  Val ej.   Call
ful] details,
Lois l!ll^^^^_
es in ..ll Maris for sale.
H. T. Thrift, Mgr. J. B. Wilson W. H. Ciarke
-1.; 1:  ni'ci'ieii'il. 	
^^^^^^^^^  MISS  SADIE   EMERSON. __________i________i_i__________L___________________________________________________B
���__________________________________________!                         \'i.���    Wesltiiinsler 1!    ('    718 Columbia  St.   (Fales  Block), Tel.  33-1.       Branch   Office,  Ha.tcmere.   B.C
                           ________________���_lA iilil  s    Holy   li'ini .'.���   Vestry   unci-                            -Nl "    \\ i si niiiisii i, u.   v .
for n?xl  year a deflcll  is anticipated!   |ngi P. 0. Box 167. ���-������ ���	
The nrprans con].I not deity that taxa-      A[)ri] 8   s,   Barnabas Vestry  meel,-  '��� (Vl_=\A/     _A/f= CTlel BlVlCt T f=ir>
lion ,'ia.l   been   Increased;  lhat   public | lno. -|1L"      WC3I IVIIINS II   B*
Wm��Ma\\       UPPER FRA8ER PIVER ROUl
S. S. Be..
Leaves   New   Westm
Mondays, Wednesda; -
wm I      ��� leiiiliture had been on a nl*
.���<
ardly scale, thus checking il vel-L, ,    J
menl  nf ��� ,��������..   n ,     ( !"!l' ,)I"'1'1  Hol|s
0] mem of I he country; Lh'al I he n.i
liir.'l resoui ������ i of ihe Province���the
lh ritage of the people ��� had been given
a.viH or hande i oul al bargain-counter
prices; but, they cried, heboid the surplus! Thai was before the election,
when "i onfldence games" were In or-
io : now the naked truth comes out,
and the public can see how ihey were
f eoled,
April     9���SL    Barnabas     Dramatic    \ ���I
j,     t.
Delta,    ���  ii ��� "ii'i'i   :���>���  .iii'i;.   011v_r,
il, gets in >;   year    I' roads,
April 9���P. VV. How.iy lectures,
April 9   County couri sitting.
April  in    Board of Trade,
April   13���Lacrosse meeting,
Opera House  Bookings.
April 15   Ward's  Mi nereis.
April 24���"Hello   Bill.''
May 3���A Stranger in Town.
Mi.,  ��    A Texas Ranger.
Maj   10���Old Arkansas'.
May 18   Peck's Ba I Bo .
  -NEW   WESTM!NSr_;R=-=���
Sr!5f? l   Second Hand Junk Store
;lish Watchmaker 	
. g-. .   i r- ooooo  o   o  it  o ei  it    i    *
_r.s   trom   tjeo.   Adams,   tjroce
Leaves Chiiliwack  V a
Thurs.lay   and   Saturday
landings   between   Now   ^ ���"
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN   B. C. F--n;'��
S.  S. Tec*
__
��� ���;���
IM
"Tl
O   II   ll   0   li
Ladies' Oold Watches   from $12.75 up.
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open
; .   i, $6.00.
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches,  double
e ai ���'. $7.50 up,
Agenl for tho i 'lehrated South Ben i
Watches, supplle 1 to I he VVellman
Arctic Expedition,    All warranted,
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, e__L______________^_____________________L"	
:,^""' repa,rlngi chargea reason"I Fraser River Hotel
^dh%olflfP1lV��r ST0VES' ���*MTURE
ana IUULS of all description*.       Also buv ���,v
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS   COPPER      J
ROPF :i/       i      .      X'X'JJ>  K-UI fLK and
KUt t. We aho buy Qnd ge[l everyth.ng
y
,"i  m
Between   Columbia   and
Leaves  Vancouver pi
md   llth  of each   month.
Skldesutfl on first trip and ]
>n  second  trip.  Time on I
lepart'ire  are  npproxln '"'
Por   reservntl'ons   nml
''ill or nddro_3
Fii  noi
w.
\ mc,:     ! >\��^^^^^__
I.-    I
Apply by mail,        M
or hy ' iAl   (:'''   Pn* -    \ ��������������� '   '
'Phone No. 214      <?ei.--,' s,,,     ':.���'.
ciitm
&m effiflQBB I
MONDAV, APRIL 3. 1907.
TTIE   DAILY   XEWS
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#+%+$* ���.���..��� ���.:���,���:���:���:::������������m>m*,,*i::i*m> ����.��������.
Gef your
SUIT
Now
Pony   .i.ii���.-.<���'   Suiis   tn������   \���        \
popular The     shoi t,    semi fittin;
jacket  . -m'mi    I'.evn iie
Very be-' >niin -   m. ',   I.    iim, ..;,,,!hfui
women
suits���.
All <
vsrlati
lilack a
gtripes
prices
$25.00,
18000.
Then     i here are I lie   Eti u
uost   iniivei  iillj    lecomins.
-'   bi    ���     are lure,  in  n i
ul     in ttei i.il   ..a I   .;.
I plain colors, checks, plal :
''-..  ; lei   ���   ; i iihiii" I, and the
te   like   this:    $17.50, $21.C0,
$30.00,     $35.00,       $-15.00      to
Spring Dress Goods
Leading Favorites
- are  all  imported   goods; some for which we've been wait-
log fo:  ��.���<���        New ihej'r,. nearly all here��� come and see them.
"'I'll'
Council   meeting  this   evening.
(,'ui   flowers and Pot  Plants.     Ring
up Tidy, the florist.   'Phone A184,
Mrs. W. G. McQuarrie will hold her
two weeks. Mr Freeman expects to
do a big trade among the weed., end
tourists this summer, and has arrang-
e I liis premises accordingly.
osl   nuptial  reception on  Wednesday
nd Thursday of this week.
Teachers'   Salaries.
To the Editor of the Dally News.
The   April   sitting  of the    county      Sir,���As of late l have noticed sev
cour: will take place tomorrow,.it hav-  eral  articles  in the columns  of  your
iie-  i,ecu  postponed from April 2. paper, dealing with the- school teach-
George   R.   Speck  lias   removed   to  ers'  salaries,    would    you    lee    kind
enough to give the following room in
your next issue.
In an article published last Saturday
morning, I noticed a statement of the
diffei enl  salaries paid to the teachers
larger and more comm idlous premises
in the Trapp block, Columbia street.
Lead the advei tisement on page four.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Local (' ' i.H-il ni S\ mien will be held
a- I'.Mln p.m. today. All ladies cor-
in the im.ltd of trade room, city ball,
'i he  Rev. K. W. Auvache, pastor of
ie  mi-,ind   Forks   Baptisi   church,  is
mi"   iii   the  city   for  a   few  days,
ii   gin .:   of  Mr.  an I   Mi -.   I"   I', C.
I.    Lever
h. the (liffereni   si hools  In   t he   Pi ov-
Ince,   and   while   the    averages     ;��� e
higher, yel It will have' to be admitted
i hat  in the majority of cases the i   -'
of  living   is  higher,   while    In    .N'ew
Westminster, ii is a  well  known  facl
that  the average man or woman's expenses are far smaller than anv i '! er
'or cut   flowers, carnations and mi-  city In  British  Columbia,    it  may  be
nc ral   desi  ns   telephone   T.   Davis   &   true that teachers can obtain a higher
g, n, florists, Tel. B2o.. wage In such places as Revelstoke and
Grand   Forks,  bul   any  one   whei has
',v-   Maxwell   is    ia       in   the  city   iive_ there can tell them that the cosl
train,  having   returned   from   Everett,  of  ]ivin��� in  ,.ith(... ,������ ,,,,.���.  places  ,.
���   charms  of  Neu   Westminstei   evi-   M   ,,.,,,   twenty-five   per  cent   higher
  ly being too strong  to stay away   than  ,,���,   ritv  of   New   Westminster.
"'"1"  ''"'  >" :     '  :'-��� It   is said  that   these men and  women
The first sitting of the court of re- have ,f' !"" in ;l n,m,lM'r "r years a��-
vision on Hi" assessmenl roll for the r|"i,'in- ,his ed"catl��n to a�� them for
current  vear will be held i��� the coun-  sf-llo,,! teaching, and thai this entails
Look at These Styles
I chamber
it ten   .'clock this morn-   considerable expense,   anel   they   are
t _���
1
BLACK
Wcol  Voiles    ,n I   Panamas       90-  to $1.25
Nuns  VeiliiMM-      35c to 65c
Crepe el" chene      65c to $1.25
Marquisette..-, plain and  fancy    $1.25
Silk Eolines        $1.25  to  $2.50
Wool Cashmere and  Henriettas    65c to $1.50
Silk and  Woo!  Henriettas     $1.25 to $1.50
Cheviots   an.l   Cash mere  Serges    35c to 90c
Coating  Serges,  .".I   inches       $1.25 to $i.50
Broadcloths, French and  English  $1.C0 to $2.00
Lustres,  plain     35; to 85c
Lustres, fancy       35c  to $1.00
Taffeta Cloths    50c to 90c
Embroidered  Voiles   $1.00 to $2.50
Striped Silk Eolines and Grenadines, Fancy Marquisettes, Paris
Novelties; exclusive elegani ih :.:..; no shown elsewhere in the
city       $1.C0 to  $2.50
COLORED
'Panr ..i       iaiiii.u      .in;,    rei    ,i,ir;, .md blue   90c
IB"' '':"'l's' iucludiiig dark     $ 1.00
cloths, specially good  tor knockabout shirt  waists, or Misses'
p- hool   Dresses,  per yard     50c
   35c. 50c. C5c and 75c
then expected to work for a wage, in ,    .
'��� some cases, below that of an ordinary ]J0 they not appeal   tO   VOU   aS   Dart-CU"
I In- annua] meeting ol St, Barnabas laborer, _                                   *��� L                        **                       ^_����� wivw
church will be held this evening.   An Now   vj   seems   to   me,   Mr.   Editor, l^J*ly     QJTclCGlUl     cIUCI     COIYlf OFtalllP ^         T^
encouraging   report  of   the   work   for thai   this   comparison   Is   rather   far- .                                      .                                                                        '
he   past   w-ar   will   be   presented  by fetched when one considers the educa- LllGrG     ROt     CflcirclCtGr     cHlCl     SR3.D    _lll01lt
churchwardens
spraying
tional facilities of these days and the
differences |n work and hours as com
Full
Contracts  taken   :' ir  tre -   m. ,     ��� ,     , , , ���
, . pared   with  the  man  who  makes  his
and   lor  white   washing   buildings' of  ... , ,
livtns bv manual 1
...   ....i,..1.i...ir-.    Mace, McClelland i_   .. .. ,
\eiw.  as  vour articles seem   lo  repre-
Co., Colonial hotel.'Phone ill'.   Special .. , ., , ...  ,
sent  the teachers in th| third person.
t'i ms for large orchai Is. , ,,,,., . , ,
and are doubtless the result of inter-
Thomas Gifford, M P.P., left yester- views, I think that if the teachers
day for Victoria, accompanied by Mrs. themselves consider the matter as im-
Glfford. Ke will remain in Victoria portanl as your columns represent it,
until the session ends, while Mrs. they mlghl take a personal interest
Clifford will be away from home for a  MI"'   lfJ<   us   know   exactly  why   they
should gel  more money for the work
they have to do.
(in   account  of the  absence  of sev- VINDEX.
era] of the members, the meeting of   New  Westminster,  April 7.  1907.
the Union ol Bartenders, which was to .	
have-   been   held   yesterday afternoon,
was   post;,one.I   until   next   Sun lay  af- Profligate  Si��-i>(lilirifi.��. I -i    ,
The wealth of many of the ancient I HO   ScllG.
couple of v. eeks al   least.
them that distinguishes them from all
an  who  makes  his ]     . ������ ^      -p. ,      , �� . ���
tboror in an office, others i   Don t buy from the first shop
������Icj-:   B__m    to    ranffi. # _. _ ���*���
window. Ii you do you stand but
little chance of getting good clothes.
Go where the good clothes come from.
20th Century Brand Fine Tailored Garments for Men can be obtained from
us only in this town. Spring styles
now ready for you.   A perfect fit or
tei 'noon.
TH SMITHP
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
NEW WESTMINSTER
Romans   was   reckoned   far   Into  tbe
A party of G. N Ft. surveyors, work-   millions.     Mark   Antony   during   his
Iim  around   Mount   Vernon under  the   somewhat checkered career squander-
d  direction of  V. Green, arrived   in  the'   f'1 ,no J�� ">a�� ^35,000,000, and Tl-
H , lierins  le'lt at his death over eighteen
H "'��� "" Saturday on a shorl visit. millio���s, whleh Caligula spent In less
��� hey. returned to Mount Vernon on than a year. Records show that this
Sunday   morning spendthrift paid $150,000 fur one sup
per.    Horace tells us that Pegellus, a
''A" '"'���'   nurses, Mia    Fletcher and   _i_ger, could In Qve elays spend $40,-
Seater,   w II commence   their du-   000,   aud   Clodlus   on  a   small   wager
i    the  Royal  C lumbian hospital! swallowed o pearl worth nearly $40,-   SOLE AGENTS  FOR NEW WESTMINSTER   DISTRICT
���   today.    As of late the staff has been   0����-   The estate of Crassus was valued	
working ',,,   o thei,   full , ipacity,   lit    nt $8'4����'"����'    I'li,'!lllus ,ilm",1 ;,t ?le 1 c:_-_n.*_=-_-__..,v,_-     ^_-^~.-_
���ew con rate of $8,000 a meal for several weeks. SOMETHING     GOOD
u,n       ' Lentulus was worth not less than six-I '
teeu millions, and Apicus squandered
nearly live millions of dollars In a few
PHILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
E-___________S_BI_t___^^
1    !���'     U
Illl        IV    '
elghl
'' e
L
V   W. li'".: i ���   ���:. ill lecture   n thi     ���
hall   on   "l.av. s      '..'; ;   Women   in
British   Columbia."      'hi    lei  in -  will
ie  under  ; lie   ausp ci lhe   loi .i'
i otinc.ll m' women, an 1 .,11 are invited.
ook
til
_.,
__?.��_ --T-     A i.
Block of 10 Lots.   Thebes.
thing1 of the kind in the city
weeks.
I it li ni l nu:  American In_h_.
One of the' most Irritating of Americanisms   is   the   use   of   "limb"   for
"branch."    "Limb"  for "leg"  has always  been accepted as an  American
'i collection will bi   taken al the  loor.   prudery, Imi what is the matter with
"brnueh?"   Careful Anglophile writers
''   :';   :"":"     ':,:;    ' "'���'    '    ;r   ll"   are beginning uow to reintroduce this
���'< ������ ���     i    ������' boo a  $l_.i) i ' apart    |ntrPI.  wordi  |m1   --lhui.''  has  hitherto j
��� ��� ii bloi . ������ i ne ia \"u  \\  stminster,   i n  the transatlantic word  with all
.nd thai i'i' pi     isitl  ii .���  i,  i" I." in      authors,    If ii Is also old English wei
,'  |���   \|���.    ,,.,       ���.',    |   H   vidal    shall not mind so much, but Is lt?   The
while In V" ���   .. :  ;       Joke of. tbe verso is at least 1.300 years
old,  inn  h iw obi is th ��� English  ver- i
1      ' ,l,n��  '       U ':'   ,;    '    sion?   London Chronicle
the proposition ..	
r'.'i  I hi' ��� nn every   months
.i      sc ii .il   aI   I        Olivel    lla;.list
eli irch  �� is i   a dieted   : ring th ��� nl ,.ijlls ,,,,,,,    "n,,,,  you-ve B|ven  ,���
'' i mu.ui      The   Innovation    ntroduced oi f those fals Ins that the coun
.  in   .   n    ago, bavin    Llu Mm lerfolters have ju<i  been arrested for
; eju ,.',   i r  the morning  Bervlce, making," siftd the merchant,    "Impos
���tl   io  meet   with   the  approval  of sible." auswered riaisiintln. "It U dat
Red Gate Tea...
50c  per pound V_/CI__iC��
ADAMS    &    DEANS
THE   CITY   GROCERY
Mm t   ll<*  Gjoml
Plnlsantlu ofTorcil  In  payment  of a
Canadian Bank of Commerce
bill n gold piece which had a suspl-   Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.      Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
WALKER, President ALEX,   LAIRD,  General  Manager,
Price....
on terms
���   mu lorltj of the parent
ed   in;:;,    li   i:   were  false,  surely   it
would   have   boon   found   out   before
Cimlois.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
McLEOD, WiARK & CO.
Tin- Farm Land Specialists," New  Westminster
Mr.   an I   Mrs.   J.   M.   Robinson,   of   <h
.'  :m'ii"' I  nd,   passed   ' hrnugh  on   Prl-
daj   mi Iheli return from a visil to the             ' "''''!    ","';
.   , ,     ,, The   Itep-.tar ��� Tie use',   sir,   will   you
lst'   llwv were accompanied by Mr,   ,.!li||lv   ,,S.N,   ���   poor  ,.1;m  who  bna
Robinson's   sister,   Mrs,   (,'.   Grey,   of turt>e wiv,,s to support?   The-  Pedes-
N'ew Westminster,  who  will spend a triau   Why. do you mean to say you
short   time   In   Summerlund.-  Vernon we a blgumlst?   The Bestgo1'���Oh, no,
\-ews s'r-    'w" "'' them are tha wives of
my Bons-ln-law.
Quite a  numl er ol  In lians hav i re ��� '���
.   ntly nrrlvt I  In Mi' cit,   in order in .
11 here tor the comniencemenl of lhe WANTED AT 0NCe Youn. man, not
fishing season. Within a few weeks afrftld ���r worU ,, ,,,,,, ,-���. a ,, , . .
Ihere will be ., large number of the: dr|v.e rtellvery rlgi and make h!ui.
noble red men arriving here from their | seir generallj useful. Applj to W,
northern home, and iheir picturesque      p   pai_s ���; I
tepees will ome ���     ��� line the banks   ^_________________________
W. N. Draper 500 Cords of Ian Bark Wanted "����2 - ���-,-   WME^ ��� D,NC
. nd .'i the �� eok for Porl Moody, where
he  will   make   arrangements   for   the ROYAL CITY
".. ,',:".���,���   of   the   Tourist   hotel     The   -ty j        r\     , ,
is n�� ,       tu;!   i, Kenney s   Kestaurant
Open A:J Nlffht
A   I.   IM
Banking.business transacted.   Accounts  may [be opened an 11-n-
ducted by mail with all branches of this lank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits rf $1 and upwards received.   Interest allowed at current rates and
added  four  times  a year.   The depositor is subject to no delay
whatever in the withdrawal of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R, DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
B. C. Land
Surveyor
*_���!_ Elock.   n.�� W.stminster, B.C
At   tbe-
Fraser River Tannery
Highest Caih Price Paid
Headquarters    1 1 E R F E C T
foi
P
ANTRIES
For al oul bj il hi
A.   HARDMAN
McKENZIE'STREET   -   OPPOSITE LIBRARY
jj-f Telephone 302
P. O. Box 24S
���
I Til E   DAILY   N V.W S.
MONDAY. APR'
LOTS
OF GOOD THINGS
TO EAT
for Sale
Prime Meats
Beef
Mutton
Pork
Veal
���*���*���
Smoked Meats
Hams
Bacon
Rolls
Backs
Pork Sausages
Sausages
Weinerwurst
White Pudding
.*��������>*���
18c per lb.
���������������
Geese, 15c lb.
Ducks, 18c lb.
Chickens
s!
�����������������������������>���������������������������������������������-
A  Policeman'-  Sl��lf��j.
When Captain W. E. Weber was a
patrolman a clothing store upon bis
hfat whs robbed one night. The thief
bad taken off his own old clothes and
left them in the store, lie had put on
a new suit und worn it away. The old
suit was that of a boy about fifteen
years old.
Weber gathered up tf> tSothes and
took them to tbe old fire patrol bouse
at Seveuth avenue and Wyandotte
street. Ke put them upon tbe floor
and. turning lhe hose on them, drenched them wilb water. Then be went
down to ibe junction, where at that
time the newsboys congregated In
great numbers, lie gathered a dozen
nf tbem around bim.
"lkiys," lie saiel. "the police found
suuie clothes down on the river bank
this morning, It looks like a boy bad
baen drowned. I want all of you to
come up to the lire Station and look at
the clothes, Maybe you can tell me who
tbey belonged to."
No sooner had the "newsies" guilt
ered around the pile' of water soaked
clothes than one little fellow spike' up:
"Them's Nitty Smith's. I seen him
wetirin' them red galluses, au' lie sew-
ed ilmi  putch mi tin' knee there his
sell."
Other boys corroborated this story.
In less Ihan an hour tin' officer hail
corralled Nifty and made bim confess
iei the i' ibbery,   Kansas < 'ity Star.
NOTICE.
. r Prank Vnndall.
VANDALL,
Locators.
March :':'. 1907
A PLENTIFUL SUPPLY
FOR EASTER AT
Reichenbach
CO., LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers
Plione 181.
Poiaonccl won Food.
if one were tn say that thousands of
people regularly ami almost systematically poison themselves with food,
it u-eettM strike' tin- average layman as
extravagant. The opinion eef ihe layman, however, cuts no figure when
compared with the scientific deductions
of one who has carefully observed the
facts. How many people are there
who select their food wiili cnre, eat it
at lhe right time and in the proper
way to secure good digestion and subsequent absorption of Just the physiologically correct amount of nutriment
required to re.pair the waste Incurred
by the duties of everyday life? There
are very few. Some starve themselves,
but the great majority go to the other
extreme am! constantly overeat. One
eats too much at regular mealtimes,
while anofher eats less, but feeds more
frequently. In either ease the digestive apparatus is overtaxed.���A Physician in New York World.
A   ItiiltiiNt   Ghost.
John  Leech  and  a  member of the
Millais family once stayed a night at
Cowdray hall, In England, where, many
guests being present, tbe two friends
had no alternative but to accept rooms
in au isolated wing supposed to be
haunted. In the middle of the night
Millais awoke, believing that some
giant was shaking him violently by tbe
shoulder. This was supposed to be
the favorite device of " e ghost. lie
rushed Into a corridor aud found Leech
sitting there trembling and declaring
thai be would not for the world go
back to his room. They spent the remainder of the night In the corridor,
but In the morning said nothing of
their experiences. In the afternoon
there arrived an evening paper telling
of n violent earthquake in the locality.
The earthquake was what the two visiters believed to be their ghost.
Valuable  Pebbles.
Between the northern point of Lous
island and Wat. li Hill lies a row of
little Islands, two of which, Plum Island and Goose island, possess a pe-
e-uliar form of mineral wealth. It consists in heaps of richly colored quart-
pebbles, showing red. yellow, purple
and other hues, wbicb are 1 icnlly culled
agates. They are used in making staiu-
ed glass windows, and there is a sutli-
cieut demand for tbem in New York
lo keep Uie owners of one or two sloops
employed in gathering them from the
beaches, where the waves continually
roll und polish them, bringing out the
beauty of their colors.
II   Diiniilo.
The modern meaning of El Dorado
may be traced as follows: (.ine of PI-
/arm's men said that he bad discovered a land of boundless wealth between the. Orinoco and the Amazon.
This country was named El Dorado,
nnd many adventurers, among ihem
sir Walter Raleigh, endeavored to find
it: hence the name has come to mean
a golden country of the mind, n fnbu-
lous land of fabulous wealth, much ns
Cockaigne, n fancied laud of luxury
and idleness,   N'ew York Ai terlcan,
lliippiii*-!** and   iiiiie_<-i*.
���'My idea of perfect happiness," mfcl
the s ly j'l'ii isopher as h" made bla
fourth round trip to the. free lunch
counter, "is to be In a position to go
Into the swi'ih'st restaurant, put my
bond over the price list of the menu
niid order what my taste dictates. Irrespective of tho demurs of a diminished
wad."
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that six-
ty elays after date we Intend to apply to
the Hon.the Chlel Commissioner ol Lands
and Works for permission to cul and carry away the Umber trom the following |
described lamls. situate ni Kitsumgallum _
Wiih y, Coasi  district:
_(i.���Commencing at a posl planted i
al oul ei '���., miles north "i the north-west
e.iii. r of C. I". A. Green's preemption
claim, then running as follows: 80 cliains
east; 80 chains south; se cliains wst and
vii chains north to point of commencement, i" the  Hon. the chief Commissioner
_l.���Commencing   at   a   post    planted  of Lands and  Works,  fora special li-
ntout   ���'! Mj    mil. s   ninth  i.i   the   north-west
south;  120 cha.r.s .,,st to Skeena River;   Reeve and  E. M. Carncross, Clerk of
thence a g  river to pot  I  of commence-     h     Djstric,   0f   Surrey,   bearing   date
ment, containing 640  acres, mon   or less. _
Located   February  --���   "M"'7
WILLIAM   MOODY,
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date l intend to make aplication
cense to cut and carry away timber
from the following described lands,
situated
imer of C.F.A.Green's preemption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains west;
tee chains south; 160 chains easl and 40
e'liiiins ninth to the point of commencement.
-j.���Commencing at a post planted
about 4 mile s ninth of the north-west corner nt C. I-'. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
ilu n running as follows: v" chains easi;
mi chains north; SO chains west and SO
chains south to poinl of com ncement.
_3.���Commencing at a post planted
eel'..en :, miles north of the north-west cor
ner ul' C.F.A.Green's pre-emption cluiin,
then running as follows: 160 cliains east:
I" chains north; 160 chains west: 40
chains south to point "f commencement. ,
.4.���Commencing at n post planted Commencing at a point neai the
aboul o miles north of the north-west cor- tnontli of Union Crei m at the easl line
ner nf C. R.A.Green's pre-emption claim, lo! ,m,, [naian Reserve, at the head of
then running as follows:  160 chains enst;
the viih day of December, A.D. 1901,
of all and singular thai certain parcel
lor tract of land and premises situate,
lying and being in the District of New
Westminster, in the Pn idnce of British Columbia, more particularly known
and described at Lol 32, subdivision
of Section 25, Block 5 North Range 2
West.
Vou and each of you are requested
to contest the claim of the tax purchaser wiihin forty-five days from the
Coasl Districl Range 5 district, No. date of the fust publication of this
101, commencing at a stake planted notice. I shall register Karl Brudvlk
al a post on the Encheshese River,
about  a  mile . nd a half up from its
mouth, thence east 10 chains, thence
noi' : 80 chains, thence west SO
chains, thence south SO chains, thence
��� ���.. ��� ������ chains to pi I f commencement.
102.
as owner thereof in fee. And I dir-
ect thai publication of this notice
for thirty days in a daily newspaper
published at New Westminster will
ie good and sufficient service thereof.
DATED at the Land Registry Office,
'    i.
Brit-
.'air.i-
chains   west:    40
if commencement
Union  Lav, n'-iir the  motltl   of Works
il
In  chains south;     ne
i nortii to point of commencement. Channel,   Range     ...   Coast    District,
Coin .��� icing   .it   a   post    planted thence   -t'i   chains   south,   thence    80
,:!"���":!,-VM^^i^X^dS chains eas-. ���hen,  chains north
tlicn running ns follows    100 elm ins east; thence     SO chains     west,     thence   10
I" chains north;     100   chains  w si :    40 chains   .-   nth   '      ���'"���������  point     of   com-
. ..nin    bu     i  to pi mi ol ��� oinmi ncement. .     ,    ,,,, . .
..     Commi  ii  mm     il    .���    posi     flam.,I "" "" "�� "'���
G miles north of tin   north-wesl cor- lu'3-
ia - ..I' i'. i'. A. lire, n's ;������:��� ������ mptlon i ' i m, C"'mi." ���:. lng   it i   | i .-' i a the north
Unn running ns follows: 40 chains west; Rnnre   0f   Work's   Channel,   Range   a,
;  "  chains south;    40 chains mist;     160 niqtrirt    aboul   a .mile   and   a
ns north to pont of commencement. Lcms'    uismci,   auoui    a  .nun    <iuu   ��
.-..   Commencing   at   n   post    planted half  below  Worsfold  Hav. thence  120  nnd a 1 pel                  . n*
aboul 6 miles north of the north-west cor- ch  ins   north,  thenci    v"   chains   east
ner of C
tin n  I'iniii.....   -
SO chains nortii : 80 chains eas: ; SO chains alon
smith te poinl  of commencement. ment,
'_'v    Commencing   al    u    post     planted iqj,
about 7 miles nortii of the   north-west cor- .         .       '     ,         ,i,      i,   .
ner of C.F.A.Green's  pre-emption  claim, Commencing al    ���   posl  on the shore
then running as follows: 160 chains east; opposite  the   mouth  oi   Bear    Creek   respeel   of the said
Vi chains south; 160 .'hains west; and  40 ail i  ,,���.,,,,.  :l  half a  mile north  on thi
New   Westminster,   Province  of
ish Columbia, this  llth
ary, A.D.  1907
C. S, KEITH,
Hisii ii ���   it' .
Tn Thomas  An hibal I  Mclnn<
All     p'oi'i     :.-        ���    '. ���   .     '     th I   '
tice,   nnd   those   ch      i     through  oi
under   thein,   an la     pi     m
Ing  any Interest in the       Id land 1
vii nte. of .my unn    stered ini trui ent
,'.',''V''V7,',iMv',:'M':,eM!i.,'V^.-r: thence south to shore, thence westerly
: il   ol   commence-
shore   I
'���    the  said  land  1       ���    enl    ev]
title is  in :   registere!  ui le:   thi   pi
visions  of   the   "Land   Registr\   Act,"
sl all be forever estopped  ind de ;��� red
:': ei :;   setting   up   : im    claim   to   Or  in
sold  f r
north arm of Work's Channel, Range
planted  ���"������  Coasl     District,   thence    west    Tu
-hains  north  to the j'nini uf commemce
ni' nt.
2B. -  i 'ii'iaii. ncing    ar    a    post
about 7 miles north of the north-west cor-  (hains. thence north so chains, thence
net   ol  C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,        ,   ,���  Ml(|,      thence   southerly  along
tin n minium as follows: 4" chains north;     , .
ro chains west;    '40   chains   north;    40|shore lo  poinl        commencement.
(Mains  west;   SO chains  south;   120 chains
-t tn point of commi n in nt.
a    post
taxes ii -
try Act,
pr ivi led by thi
NOTICE.
,;::i !   Re .
.
'   -
30.���Commencing   at
planted
nbout 4" chains north of the south-west
coiner of  I ation  No.   J'l.  then   running
as   fellows :      160   chains   west;   40  cliains
north :     160  chains past ;
south to poinl e.f commi no
105.
Commi ncing   at   a   stake    on     the
:, ach   al >ou(   5 i  chains south   of the
mouth   of  Bear  Creek   on   the   north
and -'I chains I arm   of  Work's    Channel,   Range
ement. Coast  District, th ace east 90 chains.
31���Commencing   at    n    posl     Plantea ,, ,,,,...,,   sn  chajns   thence   west
about   tn   cbains   north   <>i   the south-west ,
corner of  Location  No.   26,   then  running '"   the   beach,    thence   southerly    ancl
ns follows:    ic." chains w. si. 40 chains westerly along the  beach to point of
south;   160   chains  cast :   40 chains   norih   commencement
106.
1 '   i hain -
Creek  at
to i oinl of commencement
32.���i". .mini ncing   at    a    post    planted I
about -I miles north of the north-west cor-     C ing   P.I   .:   -'
ner of  C. F. A. Green's pre-emption  claim,   east   Of   th(   mouth   of   Min
then running as follows: 1 ilu chain--' west;
40 chains south; 160 ohains casi; V
chains north to point of commencement
containing 640 acres, more or 1' ss.
WM.   MOODY,
FRANK  VAND
AA..
���nt.   Fri
Vandall.
Man li
Locators
.'!.  1907.
NOTICE.
the head ol Woi - t hannel, Range ..
Coast District, th< net west sn chains,
thenci north 80 chains, thence east
8G chains, thence south SO chains, to
point of con a ��� mi nt.
'07.
Commencing at a point on Lach-
mach River near tbe corner of lol 195
at the head of Work's Channel. Range
5. Coast District, thence 40 chains
TAKE NOTICE that thirty (lavs after west, thence so chains south, thence
M^ion. . 7:',;.,*:;,:"a::;i lv,:;:;-'-:::: Sl SO chains eas-. thence SO chains north.
timber licenses to cut and carry away thence 40 chains wes' to point Of corn-
timber from the following described lan.'," mencement.
situate in the Kitsumgallum Valley, In the -jqq
Coast  District : ... .    ,.      .    ,
                                           i    ,  i ' ommencing  a    ::   ; os     ���>   chains
33.���Commencing   nt          posl     planted ,                                            ,   ,.
: ii   40  cl tins west  of ti"- south-wesi easl  i    the river at  the north line ol
corner   of   tin    old   Kitsumgallum   Indian 'le    Indian   Reserve,     ;   the  mouth  of
Reserve, then  l hains west; 40 chains ;],,,   Enches-hese   River   on  the   north
north;   160  chains  e'.-ist :  4n  chains  south
to i oinl  of  nmi ncement.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
sixtv days after date I Inte nd to i
to the Honourable Chiel Commissioner of Lands and Works for permission
to purchase the following described
lands, situated on what Is calli d
Middle and South I lundas Islan .
Range 3, Coasl  liistrict:
Commencing at a post about one-
half mile east of the hea,! of Duck Inlet on the norlh siele of the lull t,
marked S. II. F.; tin nee ioo chains
nortii; thence sn chains easi; thenci
south to said inlet; '.hence southwesterly and westerly along the sin re
to point of commencement.
S. H. FORD,
F. 11   CRAGO,
Locators.
March 23, 1907.
:',4.- '', mmi ncing    at    a    i ost   planted
i" M. : svesi "i ; he not I i-easl corner of
I,'" ation X". 33, Una 1 60 cha i west: 10
chains north : 160 chains easl ; 40 chains
soul..  to point  of commi nei ment.
!>.".��� Coi  ��� ��� ��� ��� ling   at posl     planted
li cl ains we st of the north-east ...in. r of
I ..������  "' o     N
le ' f Woi..'-' <":t.min I, Range 5,
Coast Pis' i let, thei ��� SO chains north,
t' ��� nee  -"    chi Ips    ������. ��� st,  thence    ^':
chains   south,   thi n  easl
mi    oinl  of coi     ��� ������ ������ mi nt,
108.
Commencing at n i osl on 'ii': south
i4. tin n  l"'       ... is wesl : 40   si .,. ..,-  ;.-.,..,,   .   . ,,  ..-,, r    ,-. , ,,   ,.  . ,,;.
irth    ]'" chains ��� ast :  40 chains
������ mth  to ]   int of e iinmi n    mei t.
30     ' ' ���     nencing    at     i    post
nbi   ���   i.i .,-��� wesi  of the north-east | thence  ni    n   ��� .  thence   west
corner of Location No. 35, then 160 chains   sn   cbains.   thence   south   10   chains  to
and o  ha f up fi       il s mouth, thence
anted so tth 60 chains, th< nee east SO i h:  n
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
sixty ila;.s after date 1 Inti nd ti appl)
to the Honourable Chlel Commission-
ei of l.an's ;,n I Works for pi mission
to purchase the following lescrjbed
lamls. situate,! on  '.. . lied Mid-
laml Seeaih   Iinndas  Is  ml,   Range   5,
Coasl  District:
Commi ncinj   at I       , nted al
the head of Swan Ink I. I ace south
100 chains; thence east .0 chains;
thence north to shore; thi a ��� wester
Ij nnd north-westi rl; a long I he shore
to poin   of i pmmenci mm nt,
F,  H. CRAGO.
March  _::,  1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
ri.: t'M   10 chains enst;   1 60  ch Mas south :
i" . hnln    ������    -  ��� : i' ���   point    .f con i n nei -
11.cut.
:;".    ' 'ot an ncing    at    a
��� bout   -.    cl ains  ��������� st   ol
corni ���������  . f   Loi ui le n   No.  .::.,      ��� . nee    1 60
cbains nori       10 chains ensl ;  160  chains
" ���   ��� tains       ��� h   to  poinl  of com-
n ��� nc n. nt,
_s,_ i 'omme ncing    at    n    pos I     pii lib I
rn  the   nortl ' coi ne r ��� ���'  Loi ition  No.
::::.     thence  v"   chains   west;     Rn   chains,
r nth:    so  ..   ins east;    and   50 chains ol   Works  Channell,   Range   ...   Coas
north to i"1-' of c mmencement. District, about 20 chains south of the   South   10    chains'
39.���Co Mc ai  n  post  planted at  mouth   of   Snow   Creek,   thence   east
pi        of ci rumen ��� m< nt.    The above
river  em) lies Into  the north   arm of
I ��� .... a  Worl 's Channell, Range ". Coasl   Dl
north-east   trict, about  a  mile and a half south-
wi -"  of the head  of the north  arm,
.-���.'lining in from the east.
109.
Beginning al   a   posl   on  the  u!  ire
a'   the   upper  end   ���     the  north arm
north-wesl  ��� orni i   of  Location  No.  ?
lins wi .-i .  SO chains  "  .
i   .  .iin-   nortl point
M
VILLI \M   Mi ' il IT,
RANK  VANDALL,
!.��� ,'. tors
.  car; :
mn ���
Mn
NOTICE.
160 chains, thence north 40 chains,
ijthence west 160 ch ins, thence south
I'i i h ins 'ii poini i I lommencement.
110.
Commencing al i . osl ; lanted nl
lhe mu ith of Ford Crei , on the norlh
shore of Work's < hannell, Range 5,
Coast liistrict. thi i ��� SO chain north
th< nee sn ehaii ��� '. thence v"
cliains south, more t r less to shore,
thence  wi s '��� rlj  t.1 ng - hore to point
s. h, r mn.
F   ���'. CRAGO.
March 21.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
sixty . days after date '������ ������ inti nd to
a; ply to the Hono able thi Chiel
Cornmii sioner ' ��� Land - and Works
foi i ermisslon to pui 1 ������ the following tracl of lan l I in Coat I
District, fo" .��� Mill E ��� . ��� 'mui' n
lng al a posl i lante . n s! ��� of ba ���
S. E. Ann Huaskin Lt ki . al it S
W. corner T, L. No. 6943; then e
Wesl 5 chain ;
South in chains, more i r li ss to \. E,
shore of Tumi nil Cove; thence '..���
with shore line 21 i':. a-; Noi th 10
chains; East 5 chnins; North 10
chains, more or less, to Bhore ol
Huaskin Lake; thence East with
Bhore line 20 chains, n ri or le ., I
point   of   (ommencemi nl;   c mtaining
10   aires,   more   or   less,
DATED this  19th day  of February,
1907.
.AUGHL1N    LUMBER   CO.,
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS   HEREB.   GIVE'
30 days after date I inn
the Hon.Chief Commissii
and  Works for special       ,
ami carry  away   timbi i      . ', ..'''
lowing described lan I,
Kitsumgallum   Rlvi r,    t
Rtinge 6:
Claim No. 1.���Comnu n
planted 25 miles up fron
Kitsumgallum River, on   |. ffe
of Kitsumgallum Lake, running,
lows:       SO  chains   v.,   ���
south;'    In   chains   wet j f
north; 120 chains easi; .
south lo poinl  of comnu
Claim No. 2.���Coi   nei
I anted  aboul   23 miles
mouth oi tin' above rlvei
hank   ol    lhe     Kiti imi
lh< lice     vo   chains   ���
south;     in   chains  wes;;
south, more or less, ������
noi thi rly along the
i'    -   .  ������ ' ncement.
Claim No. 3,��� Comi -
planted th I h ���'.
T   I.. 7912;   ilu me-  10
south;     10 elm
ns soul ii:   :.    cha
ess,   ��� .   tip      Kits
���  , ���       rtherlj
i il con a ���  . ���
i'   im No. 4     Com   i
iti i  about   16
n.ou      of I he Kit!
iank;  tl   ..
tins     -oi.:     . i
more i i the
mg
. .  MM.a '.. ��� :,.'  I.M
i'.. Im  N'o. "..    i'm
.  . ���  .     i'i       In
 "i     ie above
i ank :  . thence    "i1
so iili: SO chains ���
less, to the  river:
along   t!:e   river to   the
mencement.
���;. No. i'..    C   amei
nted   ;. miles   i     fri -.
ol    the    river,    on    thi     ��� -���
���  ��� -. .    10 chains   ��������� sl      I
10 ch i.ns  east;
..;  60  chains  east,
be  river;   thi nee n
t h e ri vi     to thi   poi nl
������' at.
Claim Nc. 7. umei
nted   ��� boul   10    i   ins
-' ith-west   '.-on.��� r of thi
I   .   m    resi rve;     thenci
v.est;     10 i hain3 south;
|i  i tains n rth
nei  ��� ment.
mr No. i     C   mien   i
, anti ,|  on    the noi th-wi -
T   i.   7945;   thenc ���   I6i
���i" e a.litis north;   160      aii
chains  south,  to  ;   lnl  of coi
11  '  I!'.
Claim No. 9     i '���.:..:. encii
; . nt<       :. : he    noi th wesl
T.  L,  7945;   thence   160  i hi
���I"  chains   south;   160 chi
the wi st  line of T   L.  7941
along the line to ;   Int of i  i
le.e Dt.
( laim     No.   10,    Con mi n   i
;     '       ���      I on thi
7945, aboul   10 chain
noi cornei     i       T.  I.
hi m ���     6      ' .'ins west;
���    chains east, ti
'!'   I .  T'i 15;   thi nei   ah   g
on    encemenl
:,;   N'o      ,     Commei
post ]   inted on the
of T. L.  7945;      hence
'       ' v. .     ' . ���       ���
.  ;���   easl. to the wi sl  line 11
71' 15:     thi ni"   10    '   ins   si it
the Urn  to point ei i
Claim   No.   12 mmencii
;        . lanted at  the       th-ea
of T.  1.   7915;    thei
'     ���        ���     :     10 chains   so
< hains  easl:   tie- :��� .    ��� >  , hain:
t ' i oinl of < omn em > im ut,
Lo . ti -I   Fi bruai     14.  llmT.
WILLI \M   MOODY.
FRANK  VANDALL,
Lo
Pei Frank Van lall.
Man li 22
1907
A  Correction,
Bertie���Father, what is an egotist?
Father lie Is u man who thinks he is
smarter than any one else. Mother
My dear, you are scarcely right. The
egotist is the man who says that he is
smarter than any one else. All men
think thev are!
NOTICE.
NOTK E IS HEREBY GIVEN that
thli ���������    -: ���  -���   aiii ������   date   l   Inti ml to
iaki ��� II al Ion I ,: a Hon. tl ������
Chii r mmis ;. n< r of I amis and
\\' ir i'���: en's : m '     'tit an I ' at
i . avi a ; Imber frn i the following
described  lands,   i It n ted   iti   Hotham
1.��� Commencing al n stake 10 chains
ens' of small bay al the head of Hotham Sound; Ihem e north SO chains:
thence wesl SI chain! ; thence south
SO cliains: them e cast SO ch ilns to
poinl ni commencement,
The    Me
LTD.
By ('. I!
Mi .Latighlln, P
NOTICE.
GIVEN  that
nd io apply
NOTICE IS HEREB-
i" days an. I- date, I In
to the- Hon. Chief Commissioner of
L mds and Woi k i, for special license
'" "H and cany av.a\ limber from the
fi Mowing described lands, situated as
1 Hows:
1.- Comnu ncing at a slake planted
"ii Hernando Island, Sayward Dls
trict, at  Ihe southwei I    orner of Bee-
Appropriate.
Vnung Widow (at the animal seller's)
-I want n dog. Animal Seller-Yes,
madam; white, gray or brindled?
Young Widow No. Black���all blue:'..
I mu In deep mourning.���Nos Loislrs.
l
Ha* Contlnnona Life,
Venus���And what do yon do when
not engaged in arcbery? Cupid���Oh,
I'm kept busy rhyming with stupid!���
1'ti'k,
ITe Is a fool who cannot  bo angry,
but l.e ii a .wise man who will not'
Seneca.
NOTICE IS t-IRREBY .".'MN I I
tl.ji-l     ,1   ..-..  nfer date v tei      to '        ��� ���    . .   ,   ������::.��� nl
���     ' MM. 1     .".'-���
.   id     md   W  ��� I, -���   i   "  : ���
.i     irrj     '���    -   tin   timber front    I     fnl
Ihefl   lamls,      ��� nnl     tin
V.\ niiB.'itltz   River,   Con  '   d     I >: ingi
N'o    5:
Claim  Ni'.   I'���'������    i 'in meni  ng   til   it  p
nted   on   I   ������   Zymaie?nllt_   I:
��� ���    mile it!   . i'"'i    Hi"  I""..' I .  on  th"  em I
M.ii.k of river;!hence  ICO i I ains ��� n?i :  4"
sou    ���   ISO chaii ���  '..���'.  40 i   ains
rth,  nlong    ' ���    rlvi r   l i  point n-
I'tib ment, containing C40 acn ��, m ei ��� or
less.
i ".,'ia   N ������   1 I.-   Comm -���   nl   .    posl
;.'. nted nn the Xymagutltz Rivi r, about
le nr from tho mouth, on the ��� i. i
ol    rlvi hi nee   l 'i'i  ' hains   en  I
i"   chi !"       orth :     180   chains   -a- it :    10   Sn,._
mil i,   nlom?   river     to   poinl   of  s,�� m '���  A   R   N'       nm ���       ' '' ' ���
conn  piioi inent, containing G40 acri s, i.a r
..       '. BS.
i Maim   No,   15.   -I tommfit clns     at    posl
; :    ited  on   the   Zymngat Itz   Rlvi r,   about
two miles up from the mouth, on the ��� asl
of rlvi r ; thence  I 00 i hnln ������ i ist; 40
1 . Ins so  th ;   i hains  wesl   ta  rlvor;
lln nei    10 chnlns  noi therly along  rl\ er ,i"
I pnlnl    rn    .' imrni ncemi nt,   containing   640
'   ���      a ore  rn   li ss.
i'i dm   No.    10.    i'������niii.- ncing    at   post
���-.I  he Zymagatitz River, about  thence north  so chains;  ihence west   thence west 80 chains to poinl
lie      up   from   them   outh,   on   the   '
it    hank   of   rlvi :���:   thence   160     chains
��� .  10.eh  In ��� nm Hi;  160 chanis west to
river;   thence   41 1ns   southerly   along
Ivi ���   '��� i i ���  i.i  comnu n'i in. ni, containing '. in acres, more or less.
Claim No. IT. Commencing al posl
: ' ���,' a mi the ZymagatItz River, about
��� mi mile un from the mouth, on the west
1 . nil of river ; thenc i" cliains wesl : 100
. hn Ins   norlh;    I'i   chains   easi   to   river:
II     iCO  chains southerly   ulnae,'   river
in tmmi of commencem' nt, containing 01"
teres,   mon    or   less.
Claim   No,   IS.    Commencing    al     post
������ a   on   tic   south   bank    of   i-'ki" nn
a  aboul   half  mile   belo.w  the  mouth
i '.."ilium  Rl\ er :  thence  SO chains
'.   ��� It  ia    ��� ..  ' .     ..   chains   north
enn    lilvi'i     thence   along   river tee
loltii   of   commi :.. nt,   containing   610
more or  le
in   No    10.    Comm ncing    al   post
I      nwd   on   tin        of   SI;,,"ia
iboul  im If mil" up from the mouth
i   i Hum   Iti'.ee'.   on   tiie     sn'ith
ui   Bkc ..'  Ki.' i ,   then "   120  ci ml
M   I).
2.���Commencing al   a  Btake al   the  flon 6; thence north 80 chains; thonce
north-east    corner   of   Claim    No. 1;   easl 80 chains; thence south 80 chains
of coin
SO   cliains;      thence  BOUth   80   chains;
thence i asl 80 chains to point of commi ncement,
3.���Commencing at a post 40 chains
west  of 111"  li'ir'h ' asl   corner of Claim
No, ii; thence north sn cliains; thence
wesl 80 chain- : I hence smith 80
cliains; tin nee i ist 80 i hain.; to poinl
of ia.:iiiii<"i' ement,
HENRY GROSE,
March 21st, 1907.	
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
inenci ment.
2, Commencing nl a Btake planted
nr. the' northwi bI corner seel Ion .".:
thi nee east sa chain-; thence south
80 chains; ihence wesl
thence north sn chains
i (.''imi'iici'inenl.
3.���Commencing at a stake planted
al the northwesl corner en' section 5;
thence mirth so chnlns; ihence east
so chains; thence south 80 cliains;
thence west Sil chains to poinl of coin
11CI
80    cliains;
to point    of
Land Registry Aci *-
Re Subdivision  8 and  !�� ol
suburban  Block  7, New  Wesl
City.     Whereas   proof  of   tl i
Certificate   of   Title   Num:
issued in the name of Qraci  i1
has been filed In this office.
Notice  is  hi-ri'l .,   given that
at the expiration of one -.. i
the dale of the  flrsl   |  ll
of, Issue a duplicate of the
flcate,   unless  in   the   nn'.in
objection be made to me In ��
C. S. KI
District Registrar e
Land  Registry  Office,  New   ���'
Bter,  B. ('.. March 13, ISO"
"The Milwauke
"The   rion"��r   Limited"   St. P^
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Oirj:
Chicago,   "South     West    I'
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service r!
railroad   in   the   world   that  ���
equipment that of the Chic g
waukee  &  St.   Paul  Railway.
own  and   operate  their,own ',!
and dining cat. on alll their I���1!
give  their   patrons   an   excelk"!
service not obtainable el cwl"'
II. S. ROWE. Gcn-r.il
134 Third St.. cor Aider. Portia"!
'   T.
TAKE NOTICE thai application has  mencement,
been  made to register Karl  Brudvlk ,i. r, AGAR,
as the owner In Fee Simple, under a I John Carlson, Locator,   "
Tax Sale Deed from C. A. < arncross, < March 22,1907,
BLACKSMITHING| -
 ,'.f<
Having bought oul the Blacl
lng business of R, ll. Ben on,
be pleased to see all his old;,
ers, as well as new ones     Ho"
ing a specialty.
H. M. KNUTSON.
Eighth 61 If 3
AY. APRIL 8. 1907.
T TT E   D A IT. V   X E W S.
PROFESSIONAL
�� EDMONDS, It
fblTESIDB -.
ters and solicitors, Blacl le B
���lmbia   street.   New   Westminstei
[|   Whiteside, FL L. Edmonds.
" RFAI    FSTATF in the City of New Westminster and throughout the
i\i___r__l__   JLu 1 ri 1 ��_ \;ew Westminster District is advancing in price very
= rapidly.   Property is changing hands so quickly that
Inci /111- ... ������
, prices ruling the market today are oftentimes non-existent on the morrow.
Solicitor, etc., Crescent block,
Lots throughout the city are doubling in value, owing to the many large
and new industries starting up, bringing in their train a greater population of
j   p. HAMPTON BOLE, -solid-   -. ,
��� or of the supreme court. Offices   JlOmeSeekerS.
idlan  Bank of  Commerce  build-
Columbia  street,  opposite   post.
., New Westminster.    Money to   T^-^t      O ���_��� ^
.RTIN, WEART ft McQUARRIE,
barristers, solicitors, etc.        Ot
New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
ar   Clarkson   and   Lorne   streets.
Louver, rooms .1 to 24, 44a '!rau
street.    Jiseph Martin, K. C, .���
.YVeait,   W.   li.   McQuarrie,   __,   \
ne.    Mr.  Martin  wilfl   be  ln th3
jiminster offices every Friday  af
IWAY,  KEIO   &   BOWES,   Barris
'ers,   solicitors,   etc.,   4'J    Lorne
&-.   opposite   Court    House,   New
P    nsier.    A. Whealler, P.O. Box
$3,500.
su
bject
to
10     mor
ths
lease.   ,F
ne
residence
for sale
on
2nd     .tre
et
near
Th
rd    avenue.
Splendid
location,
now
rented
for
$30.00 per
month;
lease
can  he
ex-
tended   if
pn
rchaser  so
desires.
.A
good   paying
inves*
ment
.  .Terms to
be arrang
ed.
Itt
t RGB E. MARTIN, Barrister and
cftor, Ouichon  block, Colum
i, -i McKenzie streets, New West
fi. c    ;	
IN ERS GRAY. Barrister, Solii
etarj Pu      . In pr tctlce since
at New Westminster. :; C.   Of
.moved to C irtls Block, Clark
. ��� re,.;, opp '-:'"   Court   ii mse
Box  163.    '1 .'M. .������nine 64.
Four houses to rent. One on 12th
street: cne on Fourth avenue; one
on A_t-,e^ street; one on 13th street.
Apply a', ence.
One
lot  No.
12
en
Royal
Avenue.
ti
ird I
ot from
Eig
hth
stree
t, $1,050,
fo
r   sa
e exclusive
iy.
OF TRADE.���New   Westmin-
Board of Trade  meets  it:  the
: Room, City Hall, as follows:
-  Wednesday   of each month.
���.e.ly meetings on the  se. on I
i.e.-eiay    of     February,     May,
;-t and November, at  8  p.  in.
.1  meeting'   on    t'.ie - secou 1
nesday    of     February.      Ne��
i "i-.-e    may    be    proposed     ind
ed at any monthly or quart-"'>
i��i;.   A. E. White. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
..UNION   LODGE,  NO.  .. A. F. & A.  W
���The re.'.'i'. ���:��� i.e'etiiu; of ibis
tl b' >l on M.e Ci-'-i '.Veilne.-il.i;. it.
���acl. month, y ' 'i'ii'"','. ,.. mm. it.
the Masonic T.M.. ,e s iio .rclng
brethren .ire i -n ai...... .n-.rel to attend. I'i- vv- A- DeWolf Smith
Secretary.
.  ��� ���	
i KING SO-OMON LODGE, >'0. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���lie--'iiar communications of this lodge are he!-! on the
I  ���ecoit'l   Tuesday   in  eiu'i   month   it:
.'.. Mate id'' TenrMe. ai s , . m. \ ..ih
.-',' ing ��� re'hrei: ,"������ ore;. ,'M i'i vited
���'f:'_0 n'l'tiii.    I).  W. c.iichn.v. S--'M
'_   CITY   PRECEPTORY. No. 4.S
it.    K.    of    1,    meets    fourth
ay    of    each     month,    at     8
���   In   Orange   hall,   cornei   of
avenue and 7th street. So
i ing Sir Knights cordially In-
_ to attend.    W. E. Dunlop, W.
Hood, Re;,'.
Lots  -I   and  ...  Sub    ./ Low 8 and   1 1
in   Block   1U ,  corner o��  I lurliam and  2nd
full Blzed lots ,
2-ston .'  I louse, 7 roon       uitli room up-
-��� :    - ; flush I'M-, i . good .-i ible ; on Agnes
-. e ��� nr  -.-h  Si.; till  n. idei :i   Improvements.
i'i Ic    53,i   liilt r i Mi.   balance easy ;   a
ri illy   ��� see llei '   bargain.
.-.. ,.  .1  of Lol   I'M  Block XIII, 4-Room
Houi    ;   hoi   nml     .i.i  water;  flush elo iel
lot   of     fruit   tn' -:     I'leii-k- n   house   and
i...in.     Prii ���   ���  ;  terms  $400 cash,  bal-
nee .: I li noiu s al '.' per cent. I lain-
llton Sl . lirsl i uu - oft mii St. between
Til. .nei   Sth   Avi lines.
_--��� .re; House, 7 n mis, with all nioel-
: i. Imp ��� ���:.,��� nl ': .-���'./." of ground 1 OOx
14.: seem   I   lol   from  6th  St.  on   Ith Ave.
���   le,      :   ..n   avenue.     112.
I.  :  ��� ��� ���    botl   si li -.     !'."������ ���  y- 200;  $1,000
���  lam     on time al  7 per cent.
!%' -::.   ' .   ..;  still     '.,   y IW��� ,|;ip  10 ; some
tin '  ���:.     Price $!fi per ai iv; I. rms $1,	
i -ii.  balance easy.
- -.v.   sti li, 'i'ov ns'.iip   13 ;   some  timber;
>���   runs   alongside;     old   u-aere   ore-bard      Price $ l.i   pe>r    icre ;  terms  51.00(1
cash       :    .  Mat pay nts.
:   lot-i   .:; ' ';    !.   Ilie l.i.i.iii I   St.,   S ippi r-
S - roomed modem residence on 4th Av. between
6th and 7th St., with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees, outbuildings,
stables, &c.; an exceptionally cheap bargain. Price
$4,500. $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
Ml ae'.es Murphj l.ai. ling, I miles
t'jove Mission Junction. Jusi at the
landing of Murphj  Landing, about the
nl ���    if [o :  25 acres cleared, under
cultivation;   l-room   house,   barn   and
3i able:   aboul one acre orchar I, bear-
U**_  ORANGE   LODGE.  NO.   1150   [ng trull   trees     Price $1,350, en easy
Mr.;, eta  in   Orange  hal!   Q.-st   and   terms (cr 5l''250 cash)-   *-- I'er acre,
i/2 ca sh, balance 6 an 1 12 months.
11) a.'. - -��������� Ion .. X '.:. i .: ner of
N'.-W ',. un leared. i'i m' ��� Br. ( e-
Ini I , !��� ��� ��� . '.-1 el!; a in from
Vale ' mi: saudle road i ti 1 in v\  ro 11.
'   lots i orner of sl reel   I el v  Sth
an I  Sth  Ave, on  2n I  St., side of 2nd
Sm. ��� nu :' to one acre;    ai  Ij  cl 'ared.
$500.   half  cash.'     A   spl   ll   . I    opp
"!.";.   foi  Invest mi n
^B'M Friday iti each mouth at  S
BE    Visiting brethren are cordiallj
H ���> il tn W. -. W. M.,
Jtli i
I.O. CM F.���AMITY  LODG17..  NO. 27-
Th*      ' Mill at'   nn e'i:t.s   of  lie:-   : edge
are '. Id in m LeiVus- liall, Colum-
bia -rei". i", Mon iny evenii :
at h i.'e inci,. Vi.-i in- brethren
_iai invit" : ' 1 a'U'tid. S. (ires irj
N. : i'm. !:���: M'lmn!. V. ti.: W. C,
Com- mi. i;. s : .'. W. MacDonald,
^B S.;  Alex. A lams, Treas.
U. W.���FRASER  LO-GE   No. 3
-. Ii etings the Brst and thir 1 Tues
in    each     month,       Visiting
|ethren cordial .   Invited to ntt>e:i.l
��� room, A. i'm IT, W. b ill, O Id
lows'  block,  Clarkson  Btreet,   (
i rric in, recorder;   Louis Will
ter workn an.
'���  rooms, 2-s orej   in.use. bal li ro m,
'      .     . ;   Igh ; full sl si I lot, 66xluo
feet, sl     itej 6th ���-    be t'.' ��� ea  1th au i
' ve. on wesl  si le.     Prii e $2,300.
'_ . .'  nee in 'i months at 7 '..'.
_: a  .     In S nl ttr  ; 6 ch Ins �� ater
12  in-: is   . - ired.     s roomed
1:   . -     lath a      ��� red; wood
. .       n    ni::  and    fruit   fi ees  of  all
$3,0C0.    To.-'ns one-third
cash.    "  mi n !   1.' months
5E   OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE    Nc
i.,   SONS   OF   ENGLAND,   E.   S ���
���il Hose Degree meets Seci m I and
ti rth Wedn   ��� In    "r each   mon li
K. fef P. Hall, Colum! la St., al
p. in., White R ise I' gree, Foui i
. ��� .da;     li     eacr  month, Biinn
|i i    nni  place,    \ .-ii Ing  Bi ethren
i      Invited.      !���:.   B,   Stlnch
���mi'. a)', es.   I; . .-ii creti
OOl      I    F.fHJNI_"'i"K.   No.  4099,   I.C.F.
"_M ������    ls the  Fo Ceil:.    In  the
M<ni'h  tit   8  o'clock,  in  the  small
I,   (iddfellow -'   block.     Visiting
���" hren at e i ordl illj  Invited to al
tod.   .!. B.  Rush on, C, IX.;  V. P,
[ftxwell, u. s.
RT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No. 881 ���
O. F.���The regular meetinas ie
Mis Lodge are held on the Second
Mel Fourth Tuesdays of each n
M 8 p. in. In the Oddfellows' Hal!
���l.-'.iilne;   Brethren   are   cordials    It
���tod to attend.    E. C��� Firth, C. li
| P. Maxwell, See.
o      i lamiil mi    su ���!���
N      , tl  12,     Price $243,   !
111    Sil '   : _.     eel
\.'.. of sec !',    '   ���    ' Log
ise. 1(5x2-1     nd cl coops,
n;   (JO trees;    i _
es   i ���'   ired,   i    ai res    tin h :
mi' m an :  S acre's slashed
Prii ;��� $_0 per acre, l_ < ash, bal-
an
" In
I.' . :.
till
il e
���'
i ful
size i
it,
lock
0,
lol  1 1,
st,
Pal
ii k's
S |
tare
Price
$45
IE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF TEMPERANCE meet everj Wednesday
x o'clock p. in., In Oddfellows'
Ial], Columbia street. Visiting
frethren are cordially invited to at-
)nd, Geo. Burr, S. O; N. R. Bro��r_,
sc.
PROM   STREET
Tel. 333
JUST A SPECIAL-tlbiCs all
SPLENDID HOUSE, TOGETHER
WITH lu ACRES IN LADNER.
House 2 full storeys. 4 bedrooms,
iarjre hail, 2 clothes closets, plastered and finished in cedar; large lawn,
beautiful flowers, over 50rose trees;
hedges, hi��'h board and wire fences,
seasnell walks; orchard 40 apple, 8
pear, 6 prune, i"> plum, large cherry
and other fruit trees; 1-s acre of
strawberries; soil black loam, with
clay ubsoil, well underdrained; last
year produced 738 sacks of potatoes
oi i acn--. _ nei; fully seeded. 5 tons
", hav, etc., etc. $4200.00;
<>2O00 cash. Fuller particulars < n enquiry,
James Inlet, I hree - pia e miles, at
$6.00 per acre, h ilf cash, balance easy.
���-'���^ storey house, 10 rooms, ulso
lern Improvi mi nl i lol 66x1112;
! ia- ,,- _i ijarl il lol :-������' out with
rrnil tree- ; .. i uh ��� lawn. Pi Ice
$2,750. ?;.."... i ish, ilance 6 and 12
month - al 7 per < ent,
One full size I lot, 66x1 12; 2 storey
ho ise; 7 rooms; flush closei upstairs;
al! modern Improvements; new house:
$3,000. i,. cash, i�� in ti months at 7
i'"e cent. Good size! stable and fruit
tnes. Second house from Sth .s;tee;
west, on upper si 1 t.
Snap in Lots.
Vacant lots for sale in all   parts of
the city, from $25.00 to $3,-00
s,i ac: i s, ha!' mil ��� n itei front, (i.X.
K. runnin. 'hrou_li. 3).-'30, terms
csy.     Investigate.
Full sized lot in Sapperton, facing
Brunette street.    Price $150 cash.
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half cash, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 4 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
160 acres, Westminster district, in
acres under cultivation, 10 acres or
cha:'!, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; reaming
spring; house IS x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and co.v
sta es, three In all. stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steami r lan Is : e'. Ice a day : alum: 100
acres I imber, fir an i ce lar, never beeu
logged: $2, i0 ��� refused f ir stan ling
timber;  ci rriage house  16  x 24;  hen
- is    ma le of hew   i timber lal !  in
i. x SO,   A chance of a life-
lime, $3X00: $4, iOO cash, balance al 6
per cent,
Six lol -. 50x150, outsl le i Ity limits
$50 each, lot. Fuller particulars on
enquiry.
Tn ir an i i tie-half r.cri - I etween
Si vent ii nnd i. -. hi li avenue; s mth
;i le ol  i  '  sti  et      Price $2,500.
house, 7 rooms;  ' alh, flush
losct, ftirnls!    I. hot an I i ol 1 water;
: -I ���   fai In ���   i h  n. enue   and    3rd
street, 110 fi it.    Price $2,400, Hi (-'"|i
Lot 1 I mi Fifth ai nu . :- ib !>. 10
of sub 3, $300 cash, ���_ i leared; size
Ei."  fe ei    ;   ' 12  fi 'I
FOUR  ACRES   MURCHIE   ROAD.
BURNABY.    $150  PER  ACRE.
i  lot, :..".:._.\im;. Tenth street,
, ;' Q n's avenue,   Price' $-150.
j    '] ' ���", -  ;.. 0 cash, balance terms
House corner oE 7th St, and Uh
A" ���.: fi rooms; 2 full sized lots, 66x
I :_: on har I of apples, pears and
plums. Price $4,000. $2,000 cash, balance on i Ime at 7
lloii-o and three lol -. corner 3rd
Ave, and llth Sm: u-rooiu house an 1
kitchen. Price $1,500. one-third cash,
bal. 6 and 12 iii'nit iis at 7 i er cenl.
i '..tMi'ie of : rooms and woodshed:
small si..M . 1 lot 44x13-, on 2nd lot
fl'ntn 4111 Ave, ��� n 1 'Uli Sl.. wesl siile;
practically  new;   papered:   sink  and  pan-
tl   .     Price   ���' 1,000 :   :   rms $2 -isle.   $1.",
e i' mm.!, in t i' M' cent, or rents nl flu per
mr.nl li tor one >   e".
2 lots . ::' i 'imiii rlund St., Sapperton,
Sf.fl -. :��� lot.
'   ,      : m  i:  l i'i' Seel lon  17  In Surrey.
��� I 10.
:: lnl - con ���'��� of i' Mi and Si. Andrew's
sm. :, ��� .. ' iM, nnd .'tie Ave., \(,-st side
."' ' Hit St.: till clean a. Prlce^^oij, half
cash, balance 6 months al 7 per cent :
I   lit   run   through from street   to  street;
a in 1 liai'ftnln,
Full-sized lot No. 8, between Gth & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, be
tween 18th
and 16th St.
on 8th Ave.
Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal.
easy.
Six and one half acres, one acre
cleared ready for planting; 1 1-2 acre's partly cleared. House', 5 rooms,
14x24; storey and half, small barn;
chicken house; fruit trees and Btraw-
I ������ rj plants; $1,700, half cash; balance in i hree months al 7 ; er cent.
This Is a valuable h tiding, an I near
to the cl y, call and bring this advertisement with you for further particulars.
17 lots, full size 1 on Gth street, in
P.urnaby, East side 100 yards from
Cliff   l'.-.:.   factor;..     Price   $1,020.
House on Royal and Eighth stre.t,
two storeys, seven rooms, full sized
lot, $2,000.
CO acres snood fruit land in Surrey;
can lie bought now for $25 per acre,
only one-quarter cash needed, balance
in one or two years at 7 per cent.
480 acres, Maple Ridge, Sections 28,
2!) and 32, Township 9, one-half prairie, rest brush and some small trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Section 29, $60 per acre: Section 28, $55
per acre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegraph station, Pitt River Bridge.
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agencv.
Large lot and two cottages on Columbia sireet, Sapperton. B.it'.i rented
at $10 each.
< ine and one-half store: house and
full size lot, situated north side of
iii. al avenue and corner of McKinnls
s reet; 9 rooms; bal li room; hot and
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
bearlg fruit trees; streets on three
Bides; tin" view. Price $'.800. $900
i ash
One full sized lot, irn 1 lol from < orner, I'ih street and ^Hi avenue, lot
61   xi II feet.   $250 cash.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmanding
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
I'i i'ii street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
66x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set oul with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash,  balance arranged.
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 20, $170; No. 21,
(corner) $175. Durham _nd Second
streets.
Will   Aciiinsl   Will.
A certain prosy professor of physics ;
Is so great a misanthrope tUut he de-
llberntely   announces  bis  lectures  for
tin' days when he bas reason to thinic
that Ids students Will least want to attend,    lie commanded  their presence
on nn election daj- once nnd drove them j
nearly wild by delivering a tedious es  |
sny on will power.
"If be wills it, a man may accom- I
I llsh anything," he droued. "Let him
make' up bis mind not to d.'e\ and lie
will live iu spite of disease; let him
decide that life is not worth living, and
he will drop peacefully out of It. f
challenge any .student to cite an instance in which the power of the will
has not triumphed over everything;."
Dp shot the reprobate ot tbe class, a
youth beloved by all his companions
for bis daring humor.
"Sir, I accept your challenge. You
are wrong," be said.
"Pray mention an example," retorted the professor dryly.
"With pleasure, sir. An hour ago I
willed that this lecture should be
brought to a speedy conclusion. I've
willed the same thing sixty times since,
but up to now It hasn't come off."
"Xor will it," said thi; professor, "for
I have not only willed that this lecture
should last another hour, but am per
feotly willing thai it should do so."
And It did.
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots section
2, near Richmond St., Sapperton, for sale. $600, half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
6 Lots facing- Columbia
street, Sapperton. $1,000,
half cash, bal. on easy
terms.
A    Ml**   unit   it   ilmi.
It was the habit of the Uev. .Tames
Spurgeon, grandfather of the great
preacher of that name, to pray each
evening under a certain oak tree In a
secluded wood in Honey wood park.
One night be dreamed, the story goes,
that Satan appeared and threatened
to tear him In pieces if he followed his
accustomed route to the tree. There
was another path by which he might
go iii safety. Remembering bis dream,
Spurgeon felt sorely tempted tlm next
night to take the route in which Satan
was not. Hut this would be to capitulate. Trembling in every limb, be
made bis way by tbe path in which the
danger lay. lie reached his goal in
safety and in prayer and song returned
thanks for delivery from peril. When
bis prayer had ended he rose to return. In bis path lay a piece of solid
gold "as large as a curtaiu ring." All
Inquiry failing to discover an owner,
he retained it and when be married bad
bis wife's wedding ring made from his
curious tind.
160 acres, Langley, 25 under cultivation; house, barn, sheds, etc. all In
good repair; a snap at $3,000, half
cash.
Five cottages and two lots on First
street, opposite Queen's park. Price
$7,000.
10 aci es in sec. 32. Timber, fir. cedar and alder. Good soil; good roads.
Apiily for full  particulars.
16o acres In Surrey, 5 acres cleared,
fenced on road side. $1,800, half cash.
balance on lime at 6 per cent., subject to sale .f timber.
Lots 17. IS. 11'. 20, 21, face on 16th
streel and Sth avenue: 2 comer lots
$230; 1 inside lots $200 each. Price
$950,  cash.     Single   lots  at  cash.
Between Fifth and Sixth avenues,
mar Seventh street, eight rooms, all
modern, stable and chicken house, full
sized lot, two storeys. $1,000 cash,
$2,500.
IC ��� acres on the Scott road, 15 acres
cleared;   barn 50 x 30;   stables, etc.;
ndi 1 soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
. :m .:.  ha! ill: l easy.
159 acres improved land, buildings
nnd sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all under ctiltiv ition, $15.coo. If yon
can handle this, don't delay; it's a
bargain; terms can 'ce arranged.
160 acres good farm land in Delta,
nbout ::r. miles from river, near Scott
r ea i. $12 per acre; _ rea! good buy.
t full sl;:o i Lots   between   Seventh
.'. mi .      'ia I  Hamilton  sti '. easl  ol
'ii streel; all cle ired and fern e I;
large I arn on one of the lot��. $1,500,
h i!:' ( ash,   Imlnni e one j ear al  7 por
7 ! .cm- on   Twelfth   street, ' el n ten
Q een's an i Thir I avenue;  wesl sl i i
car shop;    full size,    Price $3,50'
cash.
Part (if lot 369, Joins Lake Commur,
aboul 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Half cash.    .lump.
Seven-roomed house, Seventh slreet.
near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
slsod lot, $1,600.
10 acres North road. % of a mile
from city limits on Port Moody; 8
acres itiieier cultivation; 7-roomed
house; frame barn: chicken bouse,
bt'i'ti 40xS0; fenced and in good ,-
pair south side. Price $4,500, half
cr.sh, bal. in 6 months al 7 per cent.
One hundred and sixty acres N. \V.
It Sec. 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, 5 acres slashed,
No. 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance ou time, 7 per cent,
interest.
One hundred and sixty acres, N.W.
Vi Sec. 25, Township 16, 2'i miles
from Abbotsford, creek running
through. 50 acres alder bdttom, said
to be $600 worth of timbei1 on the
property. Price $10 per acre, i_ cash,
balance on time.
6-room cottage, Tth Ave.&
6th St., facing Tth Ave.; 2
full sized lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
wood sheds, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees. Price
$1800, half cash, bal. 6&
12 mos. at T per ct.
A Desperate  Waster.
Driven to desperation by their bwivy
losses, gamblers have often sought by
some coup either to repair their shattered fortunes or to bring down utter
ruin upon themselves. One of the tueist
curious instances of this kind, comes
from England. In tbe eighteenth century a notorious gambler bad been losing steadily In a game for high stakes
with Lord Lorne. Exasperated by his
continued ill fortune, he suddenly
sprang up from tbe card tabie, seized
a large and costly punch bowl and.
balancing it above his head, called out
to his opponent:
"For once I'll bave a bet where I
have an equal chance of winning! Odd
or even, for 15,000 guineas!"
"Odd!" replied the peer placidly, and
tbe gambler hurled the magnificent
bowl against tbe wall.
When they counted the piece's Lord
Lorne had won.   Tuesday Magazine.
Ten acres In Lot 46:!, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleared,   $30 per acre.
Double tenement house, ," rooms in
each house, water.Might, ful! size lot,
be veen First and Second street.
Fourth avenue, on north side. Price
$1,500, half cash, balance in one year
at 6 per cent.
Warmed   by  Tbelr  Perfume.
According to the results of experiments by Dr. dean Chalon, aromatic
plants charged with essential oils
which exhale a perfume that spreads
like an atmosphere about thei i when
touched by the rays of the sun are to
a slight degree warmed by the presence of thjs agreeable atmosphere. It
nets in retaining the solar heat like
the glass covers of a hothouse, although of course far less effectively.
Professor Spring has shown that the
relatively high temperatures of largo
cities is probably due, at least In part,
to the carbonic anhydride in the air
abovq tbem acting as a retaining
screen for beat rays.
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
 and we can supply.
(3 CF SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
IOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
BAMP, 191.���Meets on the Flrsl nn 1
fbi' d Tues ia- 11 overv month in
of P. Hall. John RIcNiveu
Bb:- f; j. .1. Forrester, Rec. Sec.
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Real  Estate Brokers
I61 rt i, all fenced, rea ly for cm
���: ,-ation, good  water, half  mile   from
school, al   Chiiliwack, $75 per a.r..
Elgh  roomed    house , all    in idem
renlences, on Carnarvon street anl
S  mm   - reet, two storeys, $3,750.
_ lots, full si/.e.I. 132x132, corner of
lhe Crescent; 7-roomed house, Price
$10.50:.     , cash, balance 6, 12 and  18
months.
'���'������' k   12  OU   lL'tll   St.,   east   side;    10
full sized lots.    Price $2,500, one-third
c_sii, bal. C, 12 and 18 months
20 acre blocks, fruit lands, near
Junction, $20 per acre
House, full sized lot, on Keary
streei. Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.    Only $1,050.
House. 10 rooms, I'i lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms cau be arranged.
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SputN on   Leather.
Oxalic acid in weak solutions Is the
best thing to use when removing spots
from leather. Two en- three crystals
of oxalic dissolved In wnrtn water,
then applied with a bit of cloth to the
spnis. will do the work. Watch close
ly. and when the spots begin to ilis:t;t-
pear apply clear water t����� overcome tha
acid, which is a powerful bleach. Dry
the leather with a clean clotb. For
bright lent ber make the solution weaker.���Philadelphia N'ortli American
Right In Hia I,inc.
Irate Father -I'm getting tired of this
nonsense, You've been engaged t'i that
young man for six months. Does L:d
ever intend to marry you'.' Daughter
You must have patience, papa. He-
member, he's an actor. Irate Father���
What lias that to do .with It? Kaugb-
ter���lie's fond of long engagements,
lie _l__e TiM-m Read it.
Daughter���Have you found out yet
what it was tliat papa cut out of the
paper? Mother���Yes. 1 bought a copy.
I've read it all through, but to save
my life I can't see anything wrong in
it. it's an article on the vulgarity
and silliness of buying gowns that tiro
beyond one's means.
A Man uf  lll_li  Principle*.
Scotsman (up for the week end, who,
has been asked by his friend to go l.v
a music hall)���Na, na, mon! D'ye no
ken I never visit a music ball on th'
Saturday, for fear I should laugh ln ft'
.;ir'_ on tb' Sawbath? - London Opinion.
Agents for Employers' L.ab.SJty, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
\ ieiiii'ii Fore-lsrhtedneflH.
Though Adam blamed 10ve for tempting him to eat apples, it isn't on record that be gave ber due credit formating those tirst clothes.���Flori_��e
Times-Union. V
T HE   DAILY   N EWS.
MONDAY, APR,,   , ,
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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.
REINDEER HERD IS
COMING TO CANADA]
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GRANT    OF    $5,000   TOWARDS    EX-   ���
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PENSES    OF     IMPORTING     ANIMALS FROM  NORWAY.
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Ottawa, April 7.���Hon. Sydney Fish
A
Household
Necessity j
Minister of Agriculture, acting on  ���
th.
.commendation of J,  tl.   Ruther-
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ford,   Live   Stock   Commissioner,   has   ���
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made a grant of $5,000 to Dr. Wilfrid   ���
Two   Fine  Residential   LOTS
on Royal Avenue east, with street in rear,
each 66x132. $350 cash and the balance
almost any old way to suit purchaser.
T   (iren I'd I, towards defraying the ex-
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An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building
���list's of importing tei Labrador from   ���
Two 8-Room Dwellings in center of city
good streets; each house in good repair and
in good renting locality.   $2000 each; terms.
Norway a  herd of reindeer,
Dr.Grenfell, who lias followed closely the success of the American governmenl in domesticating reindeer in Alaska, is convinced thai the reindeer
would constitute a valuable industrial
asset among the settlers of XJanadian
Labrador, The experiments In Alaska 4
have gone to show that the reindeer X
ti aj I '��� readih domesticated and ma��� ���
��� <��� used for purposes ol Iransportation,   ���
Put up in twenty-three
tints and white
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Ready for use when
mixed with water
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
while at the same time they are valuable in supplying the people with food,
hides and milk, the latter commodity
being especially scarce    iti    outlying   ���  Any  person Can apply it ���
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THE   CORDS' OF    MAN.
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Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,   Maryland ��� Guaranteed
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS and PRESTON
ANDERSON
Rev.  Dr.   Rugg   Preaches  Stirring   Ser-   J T
mon on Strange Subject. i     4 lit ��*_       If   TfT%X7   2
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The Rev.  M.  L,.  Rugg,  D.D., in the   \ 4
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SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phone  10..
ITS TIME TO SPRAY YOUR TREES.
 -USE <	
Pendray's no.i winter Tree Spray I
The Most Effective manufactured.
FOR SALE BY
BRYSON   &  SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
Baptist  church   last   evenin
(���'1 ti stirring sermon on the subject:
"Th.   Cords  of  a   Man,"  based  upon
Hosea ix. 4.
The speaker, in hi, opening remark-,
stated   thai   the   Almighty   had   been    ���       /*_ ��� ���
obliged in discipline his people with in LJlSpenSing
harshness; but He preferred to use
mild measures. Thai was why true
religion appealed to the highest faculties of lhe human race, such as the
intelligence, reason, and affection The 1
object of the appeal would be to draw
humanity closer to the Creator.
Dr. Rugg then proceeded to enumerate the various methods used by GikI
i:e making the appeal:
ill By the law of sowing and reaping. The questions would come.' co
all: "is there profit in an evil life?"
"Does  it   pay  to be God-fea/rlng?"
(2) By liis relationship to humanity as Creator.    The question had been
asked:   "Who   can   fight    successfully j
j against the Sovereign of All?"
1    (3) As   a   father  would   appeal   to I
his children.
Hi To the moral nature: that judg- DRUG   STORE
menl   possessed, more  or  less,   by  all,   Ellard Block.        -        Nam Westminster
thai told ol righl and wirong, in other
words,  the  conscience'. ~~~~
i'i Gi i an; ealed to the spiritual
���'. le of Mian's nature, Ingraine ! in man
��� m- the though! of a future existence,
which shuttle] lead to a preparation for
ii.
it'.'  Mankind,  as    the    highest    of   _~ e ^^^
Gqd's creation on earth, was endow- ^ ~ /-.^�� 4., __ _; I _rt/.J��
ed with fr, will, this also was made ^pOlting OOOdS
'ie- subject of the Creator's appi al.
All the abovi   methods, the speaker  rTt-.y_ T^/^AT  T  O
aid, could   be summed up in the ap-     J_  C_/ V !_),        | J C / 1__ 1.. S
Absolute Accuracy
is  a special feature here.
Your  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   your   prescriptions
filled by us.
T.A.Muir&Co's
FISHING
TACKLE
AND
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ANOTHER    LOT   OF
EATON HURLBUT'S
Paper 2 Envelopes I
���AT
JUST   OPENED   AT
|.< til made to the affection ..:' men, The
'm ve ni' God was  the gn atest  of all
attractions.    There   would  always   be
h  |ie  In  this;   for the most   harth _   I
and depraved had within him the pow-   FANCY  GOODS
er to respond to love.
The   pastor's   forcible   sermon   was
closed  with  a pressing  invitation  for
hi a rei s  lo  respond  to  the appeal
God.
D irlng the 1-1 rvice the cl ..:    s ilen
n ndi re I  tin     famil ai     hj inn.
Ni urei   M ,  God to Thee," which lit tl
'   n si ;   "1 special music.    The Rev,
r   w  Auvach  closed   the  day's  services with  prayer,
FULL  STOCKS   IN  ALL
DEPARTMENTS
It has been hai 1 to gel prompt delivery of new goods t]
With this announcement, however, we can Bay that the arrival .,,
era! delayed shipments during the lasl  few days has placed In ,.
department ih<- most complete ranges of goods we have evei
in coats, ti shipment from Germany adds a touch of oewness, at
mosi  reasonable.    .Many new  lines of blouses, new nown
range of lengths.    In fact all over the store can be seen
new.   We will consider it a favor to be allowed to show you ���:. . ,
goods,
Many New Coats & Suits!
Short    coats   Of   light    T.'. 1 ���
wesl   style,  shown    are    in
short   coats   trimmed   with
.,. h  velvet  collars.    Of spi
?<j.75 and $10.25.
50 New Three-Quarter mui Full
Length COATS
1. idles' Coats, ���������. hi
��� an I are the b<       ralui
.11  this season.    In  tin
fa shion as to style ol
mi ��� .'! tn nj . wil b a fii ivhli li ,|.;
��� rreel   tailoi lng.     Vmi n.
mm .  styh ��� iu cream v' 1 -���
sh ides.     I.celh nl   val .,
5 7.50, $10.00, $13.50 to $20.00.
New Costumes by Express
Such a demand for new .nils existed  a few  weeks  .'-
siock then was greatly depleted.We telegraphed for some m a
They came to hand during lhe lasl   few  days,    W.- were su
tin- Millies si nt and they are decidedly   new���low   in   price, high
iiMialii, :   each $18.50  to $27.50
Our Wash Goods Department Sells Only the Best Wash Goods)
���HARD TO  BEAT'  ENGLISH PRINTS
A complete range of these besl of prints, in all the mosl       .< I
able washing colors.   This week we have added many shades
grey and black.   All one price, per yd, 15c.
BEST CANADIAN  PRINTS.
Several qualities shown in these serviceable prints. althoug_i_B
as fine quality as "Hard to Beat" there' are many purposes for
they are  as  good;   per yard   10c  and12'2c.
AN    IMMENSE    RANGE   OF    DRESS    GINGHAMS.
\\'e' have never before shown half the range that we ar<  bIi m)
this season. From pasl experience our customers and out selves
that there Is nothing better for wearing  and   washing  than  our
hams.   They come ln checks of al   sizes. In all colors, stripes,
patterns and plain colors:  per yard 12^c, 15c and 20c.
Reynier Kid Gloves
The best <'.l"\e made. vYe are now
showing the new  spring range.    Long
U llgths  at'.'   W,elite   .    '.' ����� .
16   Button   Sui li    - ��� iwn   in   blai
0 : Ite; ; or pair $2.75.
IC Button Glace, black onlj : per
pair $3.50.
': J Button E i' le, shown in black,
white, grej and tan;  pei  pair $2.25.
12 Button Glaci . 1 iress glovi s In this
It ngth are In great demand, and our
raw range ol populai shades and qual-
:' H'S   will   i>i'   .-.,11]   'j llcklj.     Tl.     ���      ..   :
in  black, v bite, tan, grej. mode.   pei
pair $2.75, $3.00. $3.50.
Shorl lengths in 1 lanj q 1 litii s, Including cape l.i'!. - :e' !'���. ulaee'; per
pair $1.25. $1.50. $'.7. and $2.00.
I.on,   am!   shot iti   fabi Ic
1 Doves at ai! jn li ���
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247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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217-219 .'nlnmiiia St. >i      The' Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture is to he seen .it FALES,
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The' Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture is to be seen .11 FALES
Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock still t
New goods arriving laily.   Latest styles and best fin   ;
��� w'*..*''.*'.'*-'.'a''W^^^ ,���, New goods arriving laily.   Latesl styles and best fini ;
J' J,���K AI�����'S I i -Debbie Residences.. If    vv. e. pales,
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS Z $  .__ ���   ��$ __.,__
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I Electric Railway Service:
Inter-urban   Line.
^ Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:110 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
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City  Limits Line���Service from
6.15 a.m. to 11 p.m.
��� 20 Minute Service���e\o transfer.
* Between 1- ami i and h and 7.
30   Minute   Service   during re- ��
malnder of day.   Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. 9
Sunday   Service   half-hourly   be J
tween  s a.m. anil  11  p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute  Service from  'e.".'e  a. J
m. to 11  p.m., except, between ���
12 and 2, and '���> and 7, during *s
which hours the service will be %
half-hourly, *
Sunday  Service   hair-hourly be- *
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m. ���
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Modern Cottage on 6th St. below ith Ave., with
lot and one-half. In first-class state of repair.
$2500.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 4th St.close to Queen's
Ave.; nearly new; line lawn; a very desirable
home.   $2800.   Terms.
riJRNITUf-E    EMPORIUM
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Modern 7-rOom House on Royal Ave. in central
location. ^$1800.   Terms.
Modern 7-room House on 3rd St. in good repair;
near car line.   $2750.   Terms.
Two 7-roomed Houses on 9th St.    $2000 for
both.   Terms.
6-room Cottage in East End; modern.   $2500.
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A Good Home, Cheap
Six rooms, pantry, all nicely papered and
painted; house 2-storey; well situated on a
corner lot on Tenth St.; lot GO x 132 ft.; 11
fruit trees; nice lawn; splendid view.
Price $1,750.   Terms can be arranged.
TRUSI COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
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