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VOLUME 2, Nl 'Ml Ki. 8..
NEW WESTMINSTER, ]_. C., THURSDAY MORNING, AI'KIL 11. IW,
Id CENTS PEH WEEK
REPUTATION  PLEADS
FOR Y.M.C.A.
SUNDAY SCHOOL PROSPERS.
BULLET FOR HUGHES.
"fares  Elected  at Annual   Meeting���   Pistol   Shot   Pierced   Tram   on  Which
MR.
m
moi
Hy del
ter
arci or Trade Hears Interesting Address on Important
Work���Better Steamer Service Approved Of���Bridp...-
Tolls Bob Up Again-J. D. Taylor Talks. ��
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:
Pii     .
el    ',,  |i     :..'    'tie.
ali
lo enliven
nit tei    ���        eceived I the n
ommen
I.   V. Lei   evished to    n an    ri
oanl     ,   ' ��� mi llu
.which
m   ei   awa .'.M .s no ofli-
... i    een reci ed, It
Financial Standing Good.
A. ��� ���      ngoftheQueen
���i*        ���' ������i Suiid.ty Sell
>    -   ��� :  .   . bowed i unci islvelj  thai
ition  ia on
nosl     - - thli         ting      rhe flnan
. , ���   ��� ,             lie treasure
, .          -                    colli
 'MM',    I
14       iv hi 11 .    ��� . ���
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3i     ��� V.   M.  .'.  A..
��� '���'..   ��� - -���       ��� li       ���-   ��� '     he  prope
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m   ��� r.    Thi   a '1:'ion   ea
..   :   ���      ridge   ai
-..,'��� a .  ii      itbji
���  .
,, i thai M , :'.-
       ,  an 1 as  hi    i on
i  thi    il   ivas      -     i  the  greai
this, $11.1
i ul
te .
���    .
eagi iliitia
���  . ��� m      to    the
Travelled   Governor   Hughes.
I'i i,..    \:   il   10    \'e.    ^     ; Cenl ral
,.���;:, i  -',:���
i lie   n indo��   n    : le    i. ain   on   �� I
Governor   i avi lling   to
the    cl.     to attend i mier of the
1   .im  i lliam iei   oi  i lomme rei       .pi
to! shol was iii "il through tin   w indow
in tli.   .   .,, li nin ad of I
\
. ,
ont i ���    .
'
panii      '    . ���   '        ',
was  unaware  ol i      i
���  <���
ELLISON SUGGESTS
INCREASE
Member for Okanagan Waxes Eloquent on Prosperity of
Province and Startles Members by Proposing Increased
Sessional Indemnity for Premier, Ministers and Others.
out   good   reliable [hej  could put  five cents more value
tie   strong!    advo timbe    lands, and that t!
estions w hich M r.  !'.,: mi nl
1.11     Pa ts, ,ii-     ill ' i"
,0,
. i nient,
1'ndi        e hi       ������    .ail.   sh   .    i
��� Idge 1
tl       ������        Iiresln it,  E    J.
Crean m ellh ch on 1
'���   considered lhal   ;   ���   -��� :
f tin ide of the
he tolls, and il
rovincial       ������      neni ;
rd   io do  without   the
reven te   lerived   fi mi  tin
-   in   turnin
nn n, ii
���  ,.   sug
Mr,   P trsons,   ,n   the tolls       ��� ne e,
:.        ���      ,      I,  stated  I hat   it      J. I>. Ta.v loi considered   ...it...   .    ,
1   matte : mid  prim amen    should  be I    I  in  a
___,   lie fore a
e^Hat
;|ag . ,. : : ..-   founded the lolls    Sevi   al gentlemen spoke un
HRa   i.ti.-iii' -- 'hi> ma;;. ��a.-
whet-     - ���   \    ���!.       '���..    .   .   :tions  li   I thai the ).in\ ncial govi mi 11 nl
Ibeen . ���- . : ��� ��� \-    ���   .:, ���':.   .- .urs,. questi . to     movi  the as soe
ft? com i I'  ' '., ' .M-tMM-s linn and ���'  could be done.
Kerch..nt-   ita!   lit.an    1   -in   ii-li-tu-.      Considerable dlscun ion       -    1  .
Mr. Parsons handled the matter from Im,   ihe  freighl   draft, and   the desira-
a  busim oinl of view,  and   cited ollity of co-operat|jn with the Vancou-
different  cities where the subject  had ver board of trade in matters relating
been tfi!   11 nte. In Otl    ra $200,  had to transportation, suggesting legal ad
been Bubscriln 1  insidi   of Iwo weeks, im,    on   (he   matter,   was   consiil
-the  Ma; the advisable, as it was the general opin-
I. n nf the board thai the railroad commission was favoring the < orporal.  1
SUEVIC   BLOWN   IN'   TWO.
...
ilted in '
.., ed to direct   D>���""ite  Used t0 Get Af;-r  Pal
t] , ear:     F.  O Vessel  Free.
1    '������'������ -   ��� m i.'ti; :  II. <���'. Cham- 	
g     ti el Bo well,       London, .A . dispa
:  I-:;-,-,,    ;  White, "������ I Mai       '     ' ���   ard to-day 1 nnounce 1  thai
IF   Phi ",   secretaries;
C    ���������   t >-   orn,  I    asurer;   Miss    Vile -
' ��� I     ',1   ���    m,
Thei .     ���   .   no changes in  the teachers s Mis    Lena  Crake being ap-
\-j, Lorla, April 10.    Tho govi rnmeni ��� I , thi    same as the    Prei
wi re In the peculiar position, al  1 ��� 1 >nta
, jsion  ol   thc ��� Mr, Ellis in    And I wou  I    1    ���      .en
:,      ,  n     .    ��� I    ' '��� '���"' " " !   '"   :"   leas1   ���*'���	
own    bills      .1    \.  Macdonal I ol thi  other Ministers
pointed ."i   -��� n tm  ���          efects in the Hi        hi hall     1 n
,i, 1  offered    .....   ami a, me n - Govi rnnn 1       ipporti
v, .., 1     ,, ���  ,     th'       did    nol    ca 1 ' The   in lemnit)   of   1 te  mem
M   olit thi     . iii   pn mb '', ntinue 1   Mr.  Ellison, "I   woul
ffere        ilie gi si   sl' ul 1   ier   Increased   from   $S00
[,ietations of thi   mea   ire,     v s;.ecl
icus ol      vei nmenl suiipo   ers wa
t of,
.  '    .
n ��� ���
of ���'.   1
��� .1"   li
ih..
. White Star lite. earner Suevic,
v, en ashore near the Liz 11 tl, Mt
IT. was cut In two yesterdaj bj means
lln , -'.ti'iisive use of il; namiti 1 n :
tl the afle pai! ��as Ri ill severed
this morning and towed to port. Tl e
forepart is firmly fixed on thi  reel
MAYOR SECURES
MANY ATTRACriONS
EXHIB TION WILL EE BETTER BECAUSE CF MANAGER'S TRIP
���FINE STOCK   -OMING.'
CONDENSED MILK
!     TO BE MADE HERE
HENDRICKS- MANUFACTURING
COMPANY     NEGOTIATING     FOR
FACTORY   SITE.
1
ine;.  and  the  head  of lhe  militia
frtmenl   taking  an active   pari   In
r;:i- im   of  tan Is,    Winnipeg  was
idering  a  m ���.  1 uilding:   Brandon
ralsi I   $67S      -   foi   v..   M. C.  A.
'
ui    :   Ri gin 1, ���?''_'.���". I;   Mooi 1   ., ts
100:   the  capital) of   Uberta, $35,
M
thi se  matti rs.     Mr.   1., .
a   mi ' ; a ��� ''        ..,",
Thin - :....   nighl    . .1 ,  the  111
gone into.
A communication from s irn ;   muni-
'"    l;' -       alitj stating that the council wi ild
look into th.' matti r of openii
1 Ige  to   Be a    \ .   Ri
I fill
From   iie.'   si 1 'etary   oi     Mon   ���
 '  trade, as  In. the X. w W< st-
1 iin te trade io re pu -    -
Willi, l   Lau ��� ������ . :
111    lit, . ..:,-'
commi              - Received aud see-
retarj  ;��� qui - ��� ��� endorse thi    ei
a.'mm   and   fbi war! to     s. ���     Wi     '1
Laurie
mei ���   .
lie c!
1    11, H,
T .1. Tra]
T. M'ulr,
.'. ..   Lee
���1      ..     re    ;:u   !     ;,..-'
moi    ��� - a   .',���',      ,. i
-      .   -'-       ��� .   Portland,   . ..
,;ii;i<e]-t.".ni'i
.
1   ii
Th������  v ell  know 11  li, ni  of  Heud Icl
&    Co.,    condensed    milk    manufa
tellers,   is  iit  present   negotiating   for
tin'   purchase  of  a site'  In   this  city
trip, which was I where   i;   Is   Intended   to establish   .1
.,   te    inti   '   ��� ge milk condensing  factory.    Th  \
Vie
,      fl  W
11
called is ni ..'������. -a In 11 ti com e 1
ai tlon w Ith regard to coal an 1 mil 1 1
: ights in an\ land sei asidi   I 11 1 lue 1
Was    I  lOI l.e 'Uli.
Ur.  Kergln, of    Skeena, s loke    tit
nj th upon the resources of liis constituency,   which   he  called   n   nilna-
ture British Columbia,    II was nol obtaining justice In tit" estimates.
Price Ellison, iti the com se of ins.
n marks re the Okanagan 1] strict 1 ro-
duced a number <.r apples from his
pocket,
Mr. Cai te   1 '"��� ton, thi  allege : fathe
ol   ; I ���    University   bill,   was   charged
1'.'.   Mr,   Hawthornthwaite with so do
iei.'  that he might   obtain LL D   fron
thai Institution,
Price Ellison, member for the Okanagan, waxing eloquent upon the prosperity of the province, somewhat
starlled the ll.ms,. with a plea 1 ir In-
creased salary allowances tee the Minis
trj anel itn Increased sessional Indemnify   to- the members.
"For  perhaps the  flrsl  tli e in   he
history of the province the Minli
'today are devoting njl their time to ,he
affairs  and  Increased  duties of
sho 1  '    '.'
" \:i,'   you,   \l:.   Spi aker,   reci
���' .��� mm . t $1, , I wou] :
���jj .1   thai     0 .'���  salary  sir,
l. than $2,000."
ti '��� sides again joined In the applause,
"If we - annol do this," con Inue I
Ml. Ellison, "lei us quit," (Laughter.)
"Bul I am sun' lhal every member
will agree with me thai the good work
the Governmenl is doing and with the
prosperous condition of the province
we can easily afford the salaries l
have named, If nol tin's session, then
; he t" \m ' d em we I ������, lause. I
Thi    li   al    on tii" budget was con-
I mui. I.   Mr.     Cotton    jui tlfying     I he
���   ants   made  lo  Richmond  which, he
aid, m      'li" milch cow of the    1 oa
ince.   Then' was no nighl session.
Salary Reduction.
Nanalmo, April Id.���Police' M'&gls
tiate. i'arwood mow finds himself In
a mosl ��� I', i liar posit lon il" 13 to
be asl.e'il by the city council to sai
if he will acquiesce or agree with thai
august body In having liis own sal iry
��� .il.a 1 '. Falling to do this, it will
make no difference an;, way, as the
their  council  Intend  passing    a    resolution
. -
!
.���,,,,'���' a sunie   water   fronl
.;,.;:!   pi 0 11 ty, .nil will establish a  fai te
Iso 1 em        ���   ;l11"11   four time's as large as  1 hi   one
w��
\'(
V. M. C. A. I fi 1   Ihe conn-
idfa     ol   he      y, and was one
.'��� ������    nn ihod      '       pn   arin
men for bu   ness Lions, and
the   foundation   foi   g '"l   an 5
11-,.    ,   th
������ '
en lie quoted  In-
���   men, thro
-
Ivanci
li e 1 d        en       1 Ions,
'   1  r    , ���    ,- he
ts   wl     1   an   institu
I afforded, Mr, P
1 ���       -,   - : 1   - . . -
thai    ' \y   ��� mlnstei   sh 'tii
'��� ��� ���   '  ���   1 "ii-truction of a  $1 "���.-
uilding, and  lie  1 onsldi re 1   thai
I nol  promote a proposl-
��� h ' li, ���    m  ti  business |M>lnl  of
M.   place   New
���     among rogn    ; ��� ���
of t       lay,     \   fi -, vi tiestions
mu   of I       neiiibi 1
01   evhl   ���   ren
risve       :   ���        '      Pars  ns.
'     ���       ,. '���   if thank    ���.
'.!    1 iwen
ible and inten      the 1
- ' Tli"
��� '      ��� ,     ,
���
;'.  , '        ��� mi     H.     '!'.
on    the
1 Vici    ;    In the   ��� new
ling     ,m i   better service   or   the
',��� ���   an 1 better p
It   1      Vice      ll
and Victoria. The Ke'
"ill hn re one ni 1 clerl pul 011
staff but no new buildings
" ted this yi ar; and Captain
'.". toria, state I to the de-
Ion, thai a new boai wa ��� hi In i
���as< d in the old country, and a
r service coul I be expected on
'ew Westminster-Victoria run bv
'all.
th"
1        He v ' ��� ��� ���   ���    1
nd _n
m     1
which
,,,,,,.'   bulli   lien1   by
'
Mr.   Paine  some  years
For the' 11.1 -1   few tveels,
ec' the Hendi Icks I'.rnt have bi en trav
e'Jing around  th��   country  submitting
,   ,-'      1. projiosals Io the farmers, and making
Quest   iin :     mceraln    thei      II ol   often   foi   supplies of milk on  behalf
...  ternoon.   Mayor ef iheir firm.   A large numbei of i m
expl ew 0    the   tilings  tracts are reported to have been en<  -:
heen       - ng lhe peo   ' ' 'n;"- aud prospects for   h   1
,    .        .     '.      -i    iie.    :,��� ���     ration of the Industi
in Ni   .-  \\ ������ ' min ��� er fall
office, and I think it is time thai
Iheir b 'hn le - should he matei laily In
creased The Hon. the Premier fehoul I.
ia my opinion, reci Ive nol less than
$7,500."
Mr.   McPhillipB���Why   nol   make It
asking the Lleut.-Govi mor, In view if
lhe small amouni of Ihe fines and th ���
small amouni or woi.- ittm hed l ��� the
office, to have his salary 1 duced from
the preseni one of $500 to a Bum nol
yel named.
HUE'S NEW ROAD
Will EAP FAR NORTH
FIRE FIEND FAILS
IN HORRIBLE DESIGN
,   preset]
-     miin,   .     .     ..       |n
E. ,1. Crean, ...  ',. < unn ng
'...
'    ���      ,'.. . -.-,-   m   .    |e;
L. B.    Lusby,
. n. non 1   . h
Mintbom, J >. s    Curtl
White .   si ,
n were tin     lorn Bros.,
.-   - ��� .
ii I.       il    \.      ire   lireede   -    em   the
,.    t.     1. tdd   Bi is., also  ol   Portland,
the fines I   hi rd of ,ler-
 m ��� .      re also _trongly Im-
��� xhlbition managei'.
Ic-sci .    id vantages of the
F      I ,,..   '���    .      ��� :     p 1     , and  prom
.'    .':    M. W.
The   Hendricks  firm   ',-   -
��� ���si   In  its  particular line of '  is!
"ni ss, and  Iheir name  is  n   hi 1    h
word   wherever   condensi rl-    mill
used.    At the present  time thi \   li   . 1
fi iit large factories in con tan
' 1. a   bul a.-e unable In cope with I' ���
demand,    Owln.   to th<   fact  thai  this
;.���"! I of 1 he province Is      ad
1] ted   for the raising ol daii \   cai le
Intend  to  ni  ke  evei y effoi
ll   tr factoi ���.   here,    Lai ������
PEACE RIVER COUNTRY TO BE
TRAVERSED���MANY MINNESOTA   MEN   MAKING   Tl:_ '.
INCENDIARY ATTEMPTS TO BURN
UP VANCOUVER'? CHINATOWN
��� REWARD OFFERED.
e.  -I
A j ni I in. e! esl : nl
of the Greal Northei a rail-
some   things   today   aboul
Winnipi
Louis Hill
way told
tbe road's new terminals,   He said:
The (it. iii  Northern system is en-1
deavorlng to secure mammoth termln-
ale in Chicago, Minneapolis and Win   "'l,"<k "" Tuesday nighl it was
,,"  im, 1    ���   pin   m.    '   ���,    ' ,|;',,::     u''   li::i" alrea lv  *''1 ared all
the  land   nee ��� ssary   foi
tO    1 eell
WATERFALL WOOS  SUICIDES,
Ycunp, Wcricn Go to
'.0  Dit
��� ctures: ue Spot
-  il rd   here  iti   the  fall
I Messrs. Ladd     1 ri    n Porl land,
nd      ly foi        the       tic Indusl
\t,       .Horn        1   ���   ���. !    ''���' niltlam, and Bevi ral   it hi
,..,,.      . ��� 1 ,,   ., ,   ;,,,   ,.  nn ; ��� " "-��� would furnish food foi  ���'.
ind       o follow   cattle  ralslnc     '        r' the pi in -  ol thi     --1" ��� ���     Bn '   '" ' 8| ;     "
. .    Both   these   firm-,   hai     ' ' h'nl thai  Ihe.i  woiild be If our Ci
n          -               . ., ,.        .���',, 1 , 'ni , 1 make      success of il                          1      V  I 1     eet  within  1       ne?     feu
'                   of cai '.      T'n":   of  the   fi; m,  al  t '"-'"tit             to have               iad       lem Ihere
Vancouvi r, April l S���Local 1'
town ' rrortzed ov6i" whal 1
very   near   being   the  mosl    h.
hi I    .1,1-1  in  the hisl"'-;   , 1  V mi.
nol 1 itcepting the hin Are,    Al   '   ..
'
li indl ng  the   ti ade lo lit"
���
1
M-
,',     , ,.,,,,
. 1    .       Fin
������:      . ... ..  1
-    1 ' erfall
1 .'il!-.     Ith
1 wan        ie    Hi     a
imi . lin
Their bodii - w<        cashed 1
n Rive    and rnn
.'    ���    '       .   :  .    '       'i        .       ���
mntll ited < ondltion,
tl,
.
'1   crowni ���
n
;;   .
'   ���
'���     '
1     ��� illi
',
.
...
���
'   iii  s.. ii Up,   m   ���[.,    Ruthorll      !      will b<   almost   thi  ��� piivnlent
ntentloi      ritl        an    I he  Greal    Northern    ���   I   11        ll
nd, in In    today In the United SI it<
I'-
Will    ll"
'
��� 1 an i
itniti. 1
In
���    i-'a 1       tn  Wesl       .      will
ic h el ti 1     .1    Winnl|
1 1
THAW'S FATE WILL
BE KNOWN TO-DAY
VERDICT EXPECTED THIS MORNING���INTEREST IN CASE R_
VIVE3 TOWARDS THE   END.
to
New   Voik,  April   10.���Justice  Fitz
geiaid s .1 ���" his i liarge to the Jury*ln
reporl  of the navigation  com-
'" deall with certain obstructions
I'm. Ig ti ion nn  the  1 ran Ison  1 iver,
������'I;.' ed   thai  the  governmenl   hei 1 in   Thaw  case this  afternoon,  after
|sted to expend $10,000 on clear-   which the Jnrj  retired.
iy the obstructions,   .1. D, Tay-      The finding ol the Jury will nol be
until   tomi rn
���    ��� ��� . . .      1 11 mu hi
,- d ran li
, m      1
M - , ,.,''���
'   n   liere   In   the     ill.     tfany  other
if ��� irom
1   consldei -   ��� ��� igiii
,   icl   0 I  it  ii      obable
1 In   numbi .1
il will attend thi   fair 1        e
in ���-'-.(ess oi any previous
While in   Pot ii "1       fai ��� ' 1 ' ���
p a ��� approai In il by si veral
m igers,   \e 're   |i '
mi,' ements for ati  nding 11
I n,    A proposition was receive 1  1 y'
n  well  known attraction  firm, asking
ni ��� ho ox: lusive right to pei foi m and
show .ni the gr mn 11, but the man 1
could not see that this bi heme would
ill  to mutual  ail van fa ���-'(',  and   the
1". -   .;m;  dropped,    11   Reed,  who
con 1 icted a street carnival in Vancou-
;
A
\
'.. - ,   , ',
n'.ng that- the      ivi
ad arranged        Ihe 1    ah    hi     it o
I. e 01 ���   1     ncll on whi I
lnl        "'   . iblh   ���"���:, 1 win m ,.,'.,.',
irl pu pi  ���
LURE OF THE LAND
a .!��� libi rate  attei       ha 1
the building al 640 3
bul   1 ley,    .1 the cornei ol th   building ii id il ' n piled a In ip  M -il bo
liavlni     tnd lnl I been
a note book, the leavi 1 ol  w hi 1 I
been   Ignited     Fortunab Ij     thi
v.e,r  oul   bi fore it  ri achi     lhe
'ih.. incendlar    had
iii" In .-i    1 lendld position
��� ll   Bl 11'.   un li       ���    ������        1
Imi        ol  which     '
lly anl fierce!       thi    evei
gol   1 stari
men ha
��� ��� '   ,
to th    . ei,''ati- "     ' ���    ni   ndi tr;
��� ���   ���
1 ' ��� '        Inatown wes
Carrall           av I tli   Ro    I Cltj
in   the   vi. lnl
I'd have  n In Imminent dai
',    ' " ��" ������   B.      .     ill  preadventure hundred
n     ���      '    ���        '      '���     Chlnan ���. 1 have
11    '���''       v       h    h In their
Ihem   In tin.    exti nsl  ns   In  the 	
Cana li 1
P
.. ed
11    hi    ,
I canno
���
tin    r R|  ,
���I        -      ti
"  ".mi
ta h ilmi
'.i gin.
.   thn       1 flvi   hundrc I mi a have
,' .1  wil
been burned to
warren-like habitations,
EMIGRATION    TO    CANADA     SET-
OLD      SETTLERS
25,000 COMING.
THINKING���
Chicago, April  10.���The    state    ol
am b   Is alarmed al the activity of
r'"'l: :,: thai the mailer should he.  announi e I
'���''. '��� .1 :is the majority .er tie
ien   present, Including   M -
'  an 1 w, Oilley, the ���  -
onsldered   I   1 t'i-   m itter v .
Ich   lemanied    ���     edlate  and' Tho ncqn
lon   the  :���"��� ort   -f  U xpected,
vera couple of years ago, and who is '"' Canadian Pacific railway and the
���  n all over Western America as a ' comment agents In promoting eml-
uccesaful attraction  manager,  Inter : ':,,;"'-1 :" Canada and tbe state agrl
ttioned    in   different   rlewed Mayor Keary and brought sev- cultural departmenl  ins  made a call
pari   of tl                  Iting the verdict,  eral  novelties to his notice.    On ne- fo' 26,000 outsiders to aid ln the com
The Inten       n the trial ha    revived   -   unl of II being rather early   n the ':i-    harvest.      British     Ambassador
Immense]    a    ll approaches the end,   leason, no arrangements were enter- Bryce, yesterday called public atten-
Thaw -     all}   ": Into  with any of the  firm.,    but jtioa to the shortage of tlje labor mar-
their offers will  be cohsldreed  later. '?et a1^over Canada,
Lighthouse   Keepers   Strike
81 ittle, April in,   gi amen on tit	
lighthouse    tenders,   who  struck  for
more pay and won, ha ��������� Inspire I
flghthouse keepers of hoth the Wash
Ington and Oregon    coasts, who   , e
changes  In  the Postal  ac, cities of   """* "��'"��� ""1"a"" r"r lnorea!M>d
10, opulation and over arid doing ���*"l ,T���/?_,   ?w     ^f��� *"
expec ��� "i to pillow their example,
Mailmen for Calgary.
Igary, .April 10     ,. irge  Ro s of
oi offlci   .'i', ai tmi nt,  Is in the
arrangi u   foj   the Insfaliatlon of
. 11 ,111,1 over arid doing
$20,000 a , . ar business were ma le
eligible  for  streei   delivery    service,
and   of  course   Calgary  comes    well '   Men Are Acquitted,
within that list, The Innovation will Victoria, April 10.���The three m.n
prove a big boon to the public, espe- who we're arrestee] last week cm a
clally if it is organized on an up-tOM charge of assaulting a firt la Victoria
eiaie basis, and enough men are place"] west were brought up for trial ye��t<
on duty to give al leasl two deliveries day morning. Evidence' was produced
laily In residential sections and as which entirely altered the appearand
many more as may be nei' eery forjof tbe matter and the case wa- ���.
isln i ui'-. misted, ��� fr-��%i��r>.    -h.w ���#�����**��- .
THE  DA IX Y .NEWS.
THUPSDAY   APRIL
'907
Second-Hand PIANOS
ORGANS.     RANGES.    STOVES.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS.   ETC.
Rushton & Speck
TROPICAL  TITBITS.
Some  of  Vie   Native   Dishes  Tli.it  Ar��
Corv.d   In Jan..- ca.
In   Jamaica,   as   evor.i w Iiere   else,
there are two ways to '1 > things. There ,
is the beaten track of tbe tourist ta j
 Tx6  Je!!en;,'.w^tv!v,uoua. dJu^and -ui I needs no bush; neither does the grand offer of The Daily News need any eloquent statements to put before th,
SECOND-HAND   STORE SSUm^ Public th? excellence of its offer.   Just think!   For $3.00 you obtain a $1.50 book (over one hundred of the i
��egen^�� ��Xl T^r:i::^l^\Z^   <���d m^ carefully selected literary gems to select from) and THE Daily News delivered at your home for
Sign  Man  on  Wheel. customs, together with the quaint oddl-     months  free
Columbia St. New Westminster,   ties of the negro nal ivi' lit'" "next to
' the earth," one must travel a different
Phone 275    course.   Courtesy to visitors to the Is-
SIMMER'S
SWEET PEA
SEEDS
MIXED and SEPARATE
Toronto Parks Lawn Grass
Bluegrass
White Clover
Flower Seeds
Vegetable Seeds
fresh and Reliable
Spraying Materials
Grafting Wax, Etc.
laud is everywhere manifest. There
are native dishes that no hotel on :!ie
Island can make to taste SO good.
There I learned the Indescribable de-
Ilclousness of a properly deviled .Ta-
: malca black crab. There' were served
curries tliat would make a habitue of
Delmonlco's sil up and take notice���
turtle, real turtle, prepared with a delicacy to delight an epicure, nnd native
,,_.___._-.. oysters tliat Jamaicans facetiously say
"grow on tree's." Tropical fruits In all
their fragrance and juicy prim,' gave
un Intimation of the productive possibilities of the Island, The green tinted
Jamaica orange, thin of skin ami richly
juie'v. grape fruil of superior qualit; .
the avocadu pear, oily In composition
and nutty in flavor; pineapples lu Ja
mnica they cul them In half horizontally and eat them with a spoou -man
goes, akee, breadfruit, ochra, choco,
yams, and more yams, were there to
tempt Hie' Inexperienced palate.���Travel Magazine.
THE   ARKANSAS   HOG.
The Daily News has now been established one year, and is already a warm favorite in the majority J
homes in the city.    Winner of the popular contest at the Bazaar, on its own merits, shows that the efforts of rd
publishers to establish a local paper replete with local news is appreciated'by the citizens of New Westminster
A clean paper���not tilled with nauseous advertisements   it appeals to the many; and the offer now made is worl
of the soundest consideration.   Moreover, by taking the News on this basis, it is a clear saving of $2.20 per annum I
surely a consideration in this strenuous age.   Still, as we stated above, good wine needs no bush, and the present!
scheme is purely for purposes of advertising.   Advertising is the soul and life of trade.   We request our mi rchantsl
to advertise, knowing how well it pays; and we are also advertising, with splendid results.
We have several copies of each work, but already live titles have been sold out, so don't delaj, I
in your selection and have prompt delivery of the book you have wanted to read so long, and also the paj i
The following is the list of books now in stock:
CURTIS' .
It Can Outrun a Greyhound  and  Whip
a  Wolf or a  Bear.
, An    esteemed   contemporary    gave
Drug, Specta_le,|\an_, Seed  Store  space to the following communication
1 from a subscriber on "The American
Hog:"
"Arkansas has a greater variety of
hogs and less pork and lard than any
state in the Union. An average hog iu
Arkansas weighs about fourteen
pounds dressed with Its head ou and
about six pounds and a half with its
head off. It can outrun a greyhound.
jump ti rail fence, climb like a parrot
and live on grass routs and rabbit
tracks, lt hasn't much tail or leri-et'e',
but plenty of gall. It will lick a wolf
or a bear in a fair fight, lt is railed
razorback because it Is shaped like a
sunflsh. In hunting a razorback it
is always shot at sideways, for there
is not a ghost of a show to hit it
otherwise, any more than to shoot at
a split shingle, it can drink milk out I
of a quart jar on account! of its Ping, \
tUui head. This type of razorback ls
known as the stone hog because its.
head is so heavy ��nd its nose so long
that it balance, up ___i_ul. The owner
of this typo of. hogs usually ties a stone
to its tall to keep it from overbalancing and breaking Its neck while rua-
a uiug. If the stone is too heavy, it will j
pull tbe skin over its eyes, tintl it will
go blind."
SPROTT- SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
836 Hastings St. W., Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy ami Engineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in  Demand.
R. J. SPRtW, B. A., Principal
Abbe Constantin    Halevy.
Adam   Becie���George  Kliot
Aesop's Fables���
Aihambra���Irving.
Alice  in  Wonderland���Carroll
Andersen's Fairy Tales���Andersen
Arabian   Nights   Entertainments���
Ardath���Go 1.111
Cast up by The Sea���Baker
Children  of Abbey���Roche
Child's  History of England���Dickens. '
Data of Ethics���Spencer.
David Copperfield���Dickens.
Deemster���Caine.
Deerslayer���Cooper
Descent of Man���Darwin.
Dombey & Son���Dickens.
East Lynne���Wood.
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson.
Fifteen Decisive Battles���Creasy
First Violin���Fotherglll.
Green Mountain Boys���Thompson.
Grimm's   Fairy Tales-
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels    SV 1' .
Guy  Mannering     ScOl  ,
Handy Andy��� Lover.
Heir of Redclyffe���Vonge.
Henry Esmond���Thackery.
Herces  andJ Hero   Worship ���Cai
lyle.
Hiawatha  and   Evangeline -Longfellow
House cf the Seven Gables    II ,n
tin.rue.
Hypatea Kingsley.
It's Never too    Late    to    Mend���
Reade
John Halifax, Gentleman���Mulock.
Kenilwot th���Srort
Lamplighter    t lummins.
Last Days of Pompeii     Lytton.
Last  of the   Mohicans    Cooper
Lorna  Doone    Bla   _   lore.
Lucile ���Meridith
Middlemarcr     |_ i ,
Mill  en the Floss    I..:
���   Mosses    From    an    Old    Manse���
I lawthorne.
Natural     Law    in     the     Cpintual
Wcrld   Oruninion 1.
Newcomes    Tii ickerj.
Nicholas Nickel by���I lickens
Old Curiosity Shop ��� Dickens.
Oliver Twist���Dickens.
On the Heights -Auerbach
Origin cf Species    Darwin
Our Mutual  Friend���Dickens
Pathfinder���(looper.
Pilgrim's   Progress���Bun) an.
Prairie���Cooper.
Prince   of   the   House   of  David ���
Ingraham.
Robinson   Crusoe    J let i t,
Rob   Roy    Scott.
Romance of Two Worlds    C iri
Ron-,.la     Eliot.
Scottish Chiefs���Porter.
Sign of the Four���Doyl
Silas  Marner     KM.it.
Silence  of  De.me   M i t
Sketch   BooK ��� 1-,
Story     of     an     Aim
Bclu ciner,
!        Study in Scarlet
Swiss Family Robins
Tale of Tv/o Cities.    1.
Talisman    S( ott.
Tirglewood  Tales���H
Thacldeus  cf  Warsaw
Three  Men in a Eoat-
Thrce  Musketeers���I ���  ���
Tt it   Brown at Oxford
Tom      Brown's     School
:. '..rms
1   eisure   Island
Li -   ���   .   m's Cabin    S
Under Two Flags���O
Vanity   Fa r    Tha
Vicar of  Wakef.e _
Westward  Ho      'in.
White   Company     11 ���
Window in Thrums. A
Wcnder   Bco'k.   A ��� .1
Da.t
Grand Trunk Ry
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Switzerland a Modern Babel.
pi ��� t j Switzerland,    with    Its    mixture   of
vnlCH^O, LOndOn, : races aud tongues, is a sort of modern
Babel, a facl which causes much trouble in particular to the  military authorities,    At   Wallenstadt   the  other
_ _ . day at the recruiting statiou there was
Montreal, O^^l.^r a ~u;ml comp��8o(3 o�� Bve men' TUe
.    v. ���-��-��} chief was a lieutenaut who spoke Cler
ic       ���,        1    13      _ UKlli on'.v' ���'"' second a sergeanl  who
lOrtland, DOStOnJ spoke  Italian only,  the  third  a  cor
poral   wh uld   speak   French   and
And all the principal business centers of   Spanish, the fourth a private who could
ONTARIO, QUEBEC anel  the MAUI-   speak   French  and  German,   I   the
TIME PROVINCES. B��'!l a Privtte win. could speak French
ami Italian.   When the lieutenant had
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ed  to communicate with  tho corporal
in- had io requisition the fourth man,
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket   and so on, great ei"ia.'- and confusion
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, [11,      being thus occasioned.���London News.
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GEO. W. VA'jX.
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Established 1S87
Incorporatei
J. HEINLEY
Manufacturer of
/ Shelley as a Bay.
Here is a glimpse of Shelley offered
by Andrew Lung: "ll seems almost In
credible, bul II Is true, thai I once
know a man who was al Eton with
Shelley, who lefi In 1810. This was
Mr. Ilat'iniitiil. a senior fellow of Mer
ton college wh .1 I sv 11 an Inqu rin ',
junior. About INTO ho told me all that
1 could extract from him ah.ml the
poet, 'Shelley wns nol a clever boy; he
never wns s til up for g ��� id,' which
Office, Ein'ith Street, menus, | conceive, lhal he uover did
a remarkable ex. ielse in Lathi ��� r
new   WE8TMIN8TER,   B.  C. Mr, Hammond added that Shelley had
 a habll wheti he was walking alone of
suddenly breaking Into n  -print at n
WeS_/n5nS.er hundred yards pace.  Thai was. nil."
A _j_t_.oll_ll.U    l^i ei,u,i ]'���  io.,i    i    .������
\ Gilley Bros, ltd
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
' %    WELLINGTON     LUMP    COAL
*    WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
esik of Montreal
1-      U1LISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400.0
RESERVE        $11.0__.0__.Q3
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
�� ��� Branches thro     to.it C  na  ii an i N   \
* New   v.-    .  i
* em;  Ranking   But Iness 'l ran sacte I,
ndlaiul, ami I I
���    ne, l.S \ ,  md  Moxl
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIB?.-,
Family Trade a Specially
Trl.   113.
AND PEA  COAI
Transfer Co.
���f   e 'Phone 185.      Ham  pnone 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to  _ny
part of tho city.
Light and HeaVy Hauling
Office���Tram   Depot
509 Cords of Ian Bark Wanted
Al   the
Fraser. River Tannery 0.. n''''
Highest Cash Prici Paid
She D.dn't Do It.
The family jar ivuxcd fierce..
"You talk aboul  my being lo blame
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* COMOX  COAL ANO COKE.
* CUMBERLAND  FORCE  COAL.
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* VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CE
| MENT.
.y This   celebrati .1   (!emi ni   ia
* n.nl by nearly all large contract-
Letters of Credit  i     led, available wi t]
'.'.'.!."!   I.
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.   ���
f    Saving, Bank Department
LIVERPOOL   SALT. J
COMMON   BRICK.     ,
PRESSED   FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
in 11
ie rri.vit.i-.
...     ,     ,. , *    ROSEBANK   LIME,
lor our  marrying!    s in   v   exclaimed    9
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FIRE     CLAY     and
BRICK.
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.ati'l Interest allow ��� I   .
four times a year.
I   fl ". tt.   ovc     % ' -'-- '
mi \\\    \. I.m IWIINSTEH
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itt. t or annum  i r
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MANTEL   ���    -
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9m the Clayburn (Hay Co,   ��
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,   *
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK. *
Mrs.  Vl-k-Sonn.    "John  Henry, did  1    !_  ._,   ,      , m__i _ _���      mm__._.����������-  r.^..-: .!������� -..-. oo   ���
Qllll1 you ���,, ,���,, lnnke ,ove ���;,,���;V"      |  iTslephoncs: Office 16,    flfflanager's Residence 22 *
".Vol"  he snorted.    "But yeen could ^^^^^.^^���^���������������^���^������������o*4**-��*'^*_'****'��"e'**-'>***,*','*'i <><^9'
have given me the glnssy eye and senl	
mi' at.out my business, anil you didn't ^j BBBff______B___B_____________________i WW'Wl WlilIBIH-PW irnTTTld^       ITT-"
do It, madam   you didn't <!<> It!"���Chicago Tribune,
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ati I p^B ...   .
The  Gentleman.
"Supposing I decide to lei you have
the inoticy. how do 1 know that I shall
gol ii inie-i; ai the time you mention?"
asked Brown, ���
I promise it, my boy, on the word
ntlemnn," replied Moore,
"Ah!   In Hint case I may think better
of it,   i'ome arntiiiil this evening nnd
bring him with you."
SHINGLE
MILL
______ i
to raise good stock is good FEED.    We keep th
bosl only.   Make j our ch    -,-;,    :     by glvlns i g
Siren .hen your live stoc I;   '���..   b tlldlng  up   bon     and    i
ami  use CARN'EFAC.
LADIES hive you tried the Pastn  Flour made bv lhe E
Milling Company,   ir not Telephone '";.: nnd try It; the
o ilained   ure excellent.
WHERE TO D5NE
in the
ROYAL CITV
TM>
Kenney s
Open AJI M.'v.i.t
None Lelt.
"A college education," declared the
enthusiastic mother, "brings out all
tbat Is good In a boy."
-���Ve's,"   retorted    William's    father.
Restaurant 23_,n,:',:"   ' ":    '
IT..-:.
He Schaake lacfeg Wortejw.
NEW   V/_:ST-"5iNSTf_R, B.C.
A U K g h   ]fy   i 11
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havo   stuyedi   In."���Cleveland
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FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET. T lepj Wm [hURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1907.
THE  DAILY   NEWS,
B U LIE T I N
V. W. & Y. RY.
Leaves Dally NEW    WESTMINSTER Arrives Dailj
9:20   a m       Blaine, Bellingham, Burlington, .\lt.      3;00   p m
4:35   pm        Vernon,   Everett, Seattle^ Portland       9:55    pm
4:35    p in        Spokane,Sl.Paul,anil all  points Easl
9:20   a in Anacortes, Woolley, Rockport.
ft: 00   m m Vancouver
9:53   p m 	
12:10 ti m        "Tin' Owl,"  between  Seattle, N'ew
Westminster <_��� inti rmediate points
:i:ee.e p m
3:00 p iei
9:20 ti m
4 : :'i p in
.',:_'. a in
Arrive
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COUNCIL MEETING
Matsqui   Council.
i    The council met on Saturday, March
.,.   the   municipal   hall  at   ll   a.m.
: with  the   fti eve,   VV    Mi rrj Held, and
Ci ins.  Jackman, Morrison and John-
: in at'.'te.lance.
Communications wou- ueall  with as
Leave    N'ew  Westminster  for Guichon    3:50  p. in.
Guichon 6 p.m., Monday, Wednesday, Friday.
S:45 a.m. arrive from Guichon; 9:10 a.m. Lv. for Vancouver.
lOL'TE  OP  THE  FAMOUS "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland Trains 2
Spokane, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, St.
Louis   and    nil   points   Ka-t.
For complete information, rates, Lerth  reservation, etc., c 'I
on or addre
F. C. MEYERS, Agent,
C mmerce liuililina,       - ���  .   Westminster, B. C.
li. M. ADAMS,  V- t. Traffic Mi   .
King S   ��� "M  I mm ���   ; Se attle, Wash.
"lM;t*
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL   AND   I'.ESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL   ASSETS   45,400,000
Eighty-five  branches, with Correspondents  throughout
the we rid.	
SAVINGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR open? an account.   Interest added four
tii ��� - a year.   Start to-day.
'.EW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH ���
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS. �� TO   9   O'CLOCK.
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATER.
PROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
!*'/.j,'
'���$K<T TO HAND.     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
;'% WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
���< !learing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving- away prices.
Seet     Witi'.luw and f)oor.
Old country shoe store
I. STEWART
j    j   fi Hows:
!    ! |    l-'roiii thu I.. N, i. company, statin.
���    i   that  where theii   new  Iim   ol  railwa.'.
" i    es ovi r  iiiiinie Ipal   roads, it   was  m
.,.     ion ..i the e impany to make  ��
...      ei'oacli      u a  .--.    kmanlike man-   g
��� < r, and titi -mm- or) ' o I lie council,
titj ovei in, s a It -a o ild be sub-
littf.i]  I'M the ' ouni 11' aval.
Ft nn  : In   ins;,. ctor ol d,   ������    in re-
o  the    Councl       -  ��� mm! v   re '
.'V��       '    -     -;   for   a ���      cer-
���.  ��� Igli .in Mi''.-', ti prairie;
lie |  ' .  foi v. at -lit,-  ce ���- an ordi
in  i , mcil  passi I   bj   I lie  \j.\ it. Go\
ti ll     1st (1        f March, 11 06
ri   erinj   I lie 1 ��� .   in;        I coll
axes, an I tion
Conn ii   on -; - i, tl
anc.   of 112.15 due i       ordered to be
inspee        Informed the
< e, me-,   ���', ���    eriou   di    ���   e wa   be.'nj
done to  the  d.\ ke at the    - ossin
��� h<   pu .a'.- :oa i   -   'li-   :���   1 !-   Re
n< a:   Pumping  Station  No. 2,   .... 1 ��� :.
���'  -,   C'e  in.   Mori Ison   r,*a      irei
���'i attend to the matti ras
sibli     .   lav lal   i\
From   the superinten lei t, C.  P.  Ti.
m   ,1 tmes   Higginson   request   for    a
crossing  over the  line   near  the old
r-M'iivi-l  pit.    Referred   to  Mr.   Higgin-
-on for moie inf ermation, an i the ne'e ssil ���   for same.
!". om R, 11. Sperling, man iger I!. ('.
y.   !.'���-. company, stating thai in pres-
. ntin,g  tin-  bylaws  his  company hae!
���   ided to proceed with the building
[ of   tin.   electric   railway   without   tiny
i unavoidable delay, and expressing the
h< pe thai the Suman Dyking scheme
would be carried through to an early
�� -i        . n    , -i and successful completion, as this had
All   analySIS  OI   tiie  u bearing on its early start.   Received
relations   between anLmdM_-_r8. cowan & new, re
fl,__  man     fliD  nmm      Quieting title to certain lands, and on
Lilt;   lllcXll,   LIlC   VVUIll"   motion   the   matter   was   directed   to
an and the butcher       ."""" """- ""'
Cfiarge of the
Light Brigade
was not  in it with the   charge   of  the   HOUSE
FURNISHING BRIGADE at
lee's Furniture Emporium
on Saturday.   All day they stormed us with their
ready cash.
Bargains to the left of 'em,
Bargains to the right of 'em,
All all B.C. wondered.
And no wonder they wondered when you consider the prices the goods are being slaughtered for,
and all new goods at that: and the only reason for
this sacrifice is, we mus* make room for goods now
on the car tracks.
Inwardly digest a few of the following quotations and avail yourself of this opportunity, as this
Sale will positively close this week.
Sideboards
in Imperial Oak, with bevelled British plate
mirrors, backs beautifully carved; regular $27
value, going at
17.75
Bedroom Suites
in Imperial Oak;   regular $19,  sacrifice price
$13.75
They are snaps at this price, ancl if you want to
furnish that spare room do it now.
Strong and Serviceable
Dining Room Chairs
rsz::._________���;.- \rv-__ __t_5__s ,__s____j__.
nfomeifiing Unique is
Coconut Cream
Jl t>&A J_ J^q   CaKe
TEE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE ONLY BY
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
war. ;:._.'r:_i:--iC._X'rt-_r.-x^r^
i n 1 the following awar led contracts
f   1 flomoctlf  r_YY_nloYY.      Ward  1__For  v-'-^ ��n  Jones  roa'!,
\ aaomebuc piouieni A Frey ��,..,.. Melanderroad , :?
Miittni Lehman
the time Iim-
i A petition was here presented from
O. o. Hougen ancl five others request-
in. tin council to gazette the Hallerl
road, and on motion this was ordered
t.' be laid  over.
C uncillor Jackman reported thai
Victor Lehman's work had n it ��� n
irspecti 1; Coun, Morrison report( I a
bridge needi 1 repairing near S. Lar-
mon, and on motion was directed to
n air sam. by day labor, also rep it
��� d thai  Ihe road  past Angus McLi in
I'  as ni ���   m Ite on the line, and
the clerk was directed to forward
Coun. Morrison 'lie' agreement bearing
on the same,
MOTION'S,
hnston- Morrison:     Thai     Co m
''  man procure I0i   :��� i ���  of fuse and  ��� ,    ���       ��� , .
one box ..! caps,   ise thi; the coiiec 1 Every article : a the store is reduced proportion-
���'' '''���' "M "' !,:   ���"' coll( ������ I ately.     Cheffonieres,    Extension  Tables,    Centre
���'-   statute labor from those who an    _,. m  i i        t.     i ���__       ���    r>u���-,.,    r> ., u��� o...^   "D^.j
noi otherwise assessed, carried.       | Tables, Rockers, Morris Chairs, Parlor Sets, Ratcan
a number of tenders w< i 1 Chairs, Bab}' Carriages,  and Go-Carts, in Endless
all hard wood, with handsome carved backs;
worth 31.50,  going at
95 c
i1
f J. , ...     i  ,' ., ,     .;-.,_,.�� ,     .eu'eilU'te't
9     lll'Qr'f iVolKr   nnlvnrl      Campbell, $25;  South  M.
or
fchenbach
variety.       Remember, just one week
at   LEE'S FURNITURE
EMPORIUM
FRED DAVIS, Manager
Duponl RiocK, Columbia St., New Wesfminsfer, B, C.
AN! II STEAMSHIPS Canadian Pacific
HE CANADIAN PAWIC RY.
CO., LTD.
It was :i\e i In each case for June 30.
Ward   2���Work   on   Angus  McLean
i   .'I. A.  McLean, $33, contracl eondi-
' onal   nn   Coun.   Morrison  satis' in
himself ,-. to straighl line of roa I,
Ward 4���Work on Forse and Jensen
n ad, Machel nnd Di iton, $3.25 ; i ��� rod,
.    Im ���  May 15.
The li nip iry loan,  S ! ool   is
���' " 'i and Sl ttute Lab i bylaw i n
in tii t , i e reconsl lered a lopi ; and
I ,.   ed.andthe   lfin  'u    0|   :     t -!iiW��*/'i��*wa,,-..: ���.;'.:,.���)-��'.,i
Ri. ve and seal of Ihe coi .oration al
AND   FASTEST��� !
RAILWAY COMPANY
,L.^rf.?..4.l5-L^
oiv i
( ElU'l i 53 OF  lieil'IMN 114.500
I 1 _Q ;::.������' OF IRELAND I      T0\b
THI     POPULAR   TRA.N   COX-
TINENTAL    LINE.
Running  Through   First-class Pull-
e,:i   in   fares  from   the   Old   man, Tourisl and Dining Cars daily.
Now Is  the time to sect:'"      Atlantl   express leaves, al 15;.0.
Seal le   and points south, S:30,
\i-'  Sli ���]        ��� in '-' St. John to 	
Em  i_ss,   nexl   sailing
���m
For other particulars apply to
irther particulars apply to R. J. COYLE.        ,    ���    ED. OOULEr.
ED. GOULET, A. G. P. A. Agenl C.P.H.
[genl for all Vtlantlc companies Vancouver,       New  Westminster.
Wh't P      Wd���^ Iron Works
Id Yukon Route
cd and  ot    red  I e published
lo law.
....    .       .           ...      ��� n    i                            'm -   ' " :   ' ofac.ro ri--
Wholesale end Retail Dealers           m : , ��,.���.,-.
Soldiers Make  Gresd.
���M '      I   ance,  April   10.���Mill-
'.'    akers have   b en placi d al the
1     "���'  i n of '!.'  master bakers hers,
1'1'e b   ,i ���  of   the ba cers up   to the
."��� si nt has cause I only slighi Ine m
Vr nience.     Troop   are  guarding the
town bakerj - an :   end trn i s are pro-
���'' ���   '-    bi i.< rii    ,.t the suburbs,
GENERAL MACHINE AND (-NU1NE
WORK.
I I I I I I I i
SHI!"1 SMITHING, BKIUU_i find
STRUCTURAL IRON    WUKK.
fRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,      ornamental   Iron   won;,   including
HORSE,   DAVVIjON    and   _y>i1c. s, Gates, Firn h'scapes, etc.
j.A.\'KS.    Daily trains  (except      .inn orders and correspondence In
carrying   passengers,   mail,, .-Ited.
and    freight   connect    with ._-___������__   r,Pin
\}t Carcross and White Horse, JOniM   IXHILJ',
'���nR a thrnuK!i winter service. BEGBIM S'1'KJ.l-T. ,
lformation apply to jvpw Weptminster. P. O. <74    }   )
ROGERS, Traffic  Manager, r ������" | j    J    .    ,
Vancouver. B. C. ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS,   j    {    |   j
!!i
i!
i
I I !
Mii
Hotel Guests.
>G ilchi .- H. O. Marshall, Toronto;
J. C. MoNair, Vancouver; .). II. Rich-
'" s, Victoria; H. R, King, Vancouver;
VV, ii. Parsons, Minne ipolis; S, W.
liodley, Victoria; A, McKay, Vancou-j
.er.
Windsor���M, David and wife, Co-
qiiitlam; Jin ies Mn in, Scotland; "Pe-
'.i v Johnsti tt. G, i Ip] . Vancouver; F,
' '��� Stevens Bi Ilingham; V. Martin,
i .tii" ::   ���   ,; hnston, Chiiliwack,
Colonial C R sn ele, Victoria; D,
���'. lit en. M. Mulligan, .1. I.. Holmes,
Vancouvi ������; J. I!. Ca le, A, W. Lowe,
Mission.
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY NEWS.
s. Timber and
tr'm.tm tm A __^_i
irading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manutaeturera and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
I
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�������� TIIE   DAILY   XEWS.
THURSDAY, APRIL
THE DAILY NEwS
Pul lished by the Daily N ������-��� P ib
llshing   t'i.tn,'.my    Limited,   a' thei
offices,   corner   of   Sixth   and i.
streets, Now Westminster, B. C
E.   A.  Paige Manager
,-rtEsr.=   search for wreck
:.. a le 1 pei - in would nol di.   B 'si les
No bitterness  in  WINDSOR mr  til levoted  to  school   work   is
TABLE SALT.      It is piquant        far in i x<   ss ol the time I
in saltness-- but delicate, giving just
the right savour,    Ise no other. ^
He  allu ' ��� i  t.)  lit"   Incn ased   faci 1-
I  r i : ical lon, bul  makes n i men-
.-.   of   ' hi    ad litional   subjects,   the
ttlucatlcm and tbe  wanted Sawn
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
Ki w   people   realize   th ��� extra   hours j
spent   In        .-1 m  and   preparation of
151
POUND - White     t   .'.
i , iwn spot ovi ��� .-. e.    Appl;   News
office
WANTED    Servan     i.i '    ���-.���    I i
Mrs.   L.   McQuarrie,  Tth  streel   an I
Ith avenue.
T k
l^i^-ii 1 mmJ
Ij
. ������*��� .<.<>���������������������������*��������������������'>
cent, per line (noapareil), 12 lines
the   inch.     Five   cents   per  line   tor
subsequent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil,
10 cents per line.
For time con;facts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices    of    births.   marrl&ges   or
deaths.  _0c.     Wants,   for sales,  lo_i .
or found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent
per  word.     No  advertisement  taken
for 1.. ss than 25 cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22
Night   Office    B22
PROVES FRUITLESS
increased expense of becoming fully
i' iflcient in our profession,
Throughout tit'- province for some
time a general rise in salaries due I >
tin increased cosl In living has t:.U��� -n
place  and our  citj   fathers  acted   in
"secon !  :��� ipers,    Applj   Fras r Ki
,-. Saw Mills, Limil id   Mills! le, B.I
50 acres jusi two nil is wesl or thc ( Itj  on new car iine to  \
en ...'..'
partlj cleared. Price $210 per acre on termi
GOOD   OPENING   tor   your..'   man   to
50 acres, eleven miles from City al Station and Posl Office;  .- ,     ,
harn. chicken house, orchard partly cleared, only $2,000.
IU' acres close to Westminster Junction, fronting on River,  \
UNKNOWN    VESSEL    IN     DANGER
accordance with this facl  by.increas
OFF  CARMANAH���WHALER   TO   ing tl,��� saiaries 0f several of its employees, and   we  are  pleased   to note
THE RESCUE���SHIP GONE.
that the school board also recognizes
' this state of affairs and the necessity
study law at Martin >_ McQuarrie's   price $55 per acre, 1-3 rash, balance e isy terms.   This pro eert
law office. ''''iin smaller lots at this price.
HO acres at Cloverdale.  Price $21 i_er acre, with terms.
50 acre's near  Westminster Junction, on    good    roa I, ea .
Price $20 per acre.
10 acres lots in Surrey, Coquitlam, Burnaby and  Lulu Island   '       ty.
��
TIMBER LANDS��� We deal exclusively in timber.   Have large and small
tracts   on   water.     If  you   wish   I >
buy or sell, see me.   E, K. Chan l   i
t '7  Hastings  Sm,  V im mver,  B.C
. oH'ON^'LfBt..
THURSDAY.  APRIL   11.   1907.
WE HAVE A  FULL  LIST OF  LOTS AND HOUSES IN  THE CITY.
HALE &  LANE,  Real Estate Agents
Victoria, April  10.- A despatch  was for _n  increase.   We understand that j
received from Curmanah last evening the schedule  will  again  be discussed   . I up.
statins that an unknown ship was in nl   to-night's   meeting,   and   while we  (-0R  sale    Convenient 6-room  mod-
distress off the poinl and was signal- realize the many difficulties confront-      (,ni  resijence with    large    garden,
ling for assistance.   She was in a very ing the board, we see the importance I    Mai!-,,   for   two   horses,   etc.    Price
dangerous  position,   being  about   two of arriving al a definite understanding |    13400   (half cash)    Vpnlj    ' '���  594.
miles 10 the westward and a mile off before the end of the preseni term, -as      N) |W  \yestminster,
shore with a strong tide setting in to- thi   school  year  properly    closes    in
v.ards the rocky beach,    A later des- June, and if changes take place in 'lie   rOR  SALE    Sevei il,lots' in Burna
patch contained the news thai a west- staff il   would   be  bettei   For all  con-;    close to Can Pact 1 j and Citj limits,
crlj   win! bad sprung up and thai  the corned, to have them occur then. .<,,,,  each.    Appl    White   &   Shiles, , ____^
' "���'' !i!'""' auch01' ' -a!l" ' away' , U'e P" ss tor a !l",i,li���" 3ehedule B0 .    City. ' �����_���*-:>,������������������������������������������������������������ >������������������������������������������������������������������������,
Immediately the information was re- Ihi  teachers may know whal to expect ���  ^^^ ,
ceived  that  the vessel was in  danger from year to year as i- the case else-  WANTED AT ONCE    _<  ing man, not   j  1^-. ���J-*. a��% ,
an  efforl  was made to secure a  boat where. traid of work, toe    -   I      a horse
tc.  mu to her assistance,    A   despatch      We may say there are other features      drive  delivery   t'i-.  and   make him
was sent to the Puget Sound tow boai of  the question   with   which   we   mai      self generallj   useful.    Applj   to Vi    ��� 111
E. Faies. ��� ��� has now commenced.      I  nave somi
WHO   SUCCEEDS   ROOSEVELT?
IT it turn.- oul to be true, as tvpot l-
,,,, 1,.,.' Roose\ ��� ll has named Tail ;��� -s
1 be man lee- nill support for the republican presidential nomination, there
will i" "��ims een the green" In the
il,  O. P.    Senator Foraker,  the flghi
inf.  man from Ohio, .lues not  appear
compam  al Seattle to despatch 11 tug   deal in future,
to approve of the   I aft  boom.    He is       , . ,. .    , ,  . .,.,-,,,,,,.���,
and  one ol   the company s  boats  lefi TEACHERS,
called   "tit.'   Loss 01' the   machine' 111   ,.       .    ,   .,        ... ..      ���. ,
1 for Neaii Bay.    Woi'el was also senl tei   New Westminster, Ann! In,  1907,
Ohio,   bul   In'  now   proposes   lo  have   ,.,,,.,,,.
Secharl   for  the  Orion  to  proceed  u> -.	
,1 republican convention of unit State,.,, . , , 1
, , ,      1 the assistance 01 the distressed ship,
Composed  ol   delegates  1 lllv ( leeied  at   ...    , ... .    , ,, , Fire   Alarm   Boxen
i leu; before either of these could reach lu Mlarm   B0"J'
primary  elections���nol   nominated'bv , .   . . 	
', . ' I tin' scene, the tnlorniii 1011 was receiv-
""' machine-"  to determine the pre-, orl   ,,,.,,   ���,;i  ���_���,  ,_, , ,,,���  in Following is the location and utim-
248 Columbia St.,  New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY, Alberta.
IThe Fishing Seaso
N
  ���
JOB  PRINTING Saw   Mill   and   Fa ���
tory Stationery a special        Wi   d 1 ���
all other kinds of printing, and in I
splendid   now   lines   in   i~ISMIING
TACKLE, Huds,  Linos and  Reels.
_   SHOOTING���Cali and inspect my tine stock cf guns, new and seco
. . 1:   job   al    right    prii es.  ~
ference of Ihe republicans of Ohio" as
to who shall gel tiie' nomination for
president and also for U. S. Senator.
If Foraker can catch the popular ear
by favoring the direct pruning���which
is a device to sidetrack the machine���
and can al i!h> same bime keep ibe'
machine at work "on tit" side," he
should lie able to put up a very lively] ���
i'.'   thai   ih"  vessel  had  been  able'  10
get out of danger.   An efforl was then1'"'' of the fil'e ���l':ir:!! ''        '�� ''"' city:
made to stein 1 ho Orion, but  the telegraph   office ai   Secharl   was   closed,
and  it  was impossible to prevenl  the |
little  whaler from  making 11  fruitless
journey.    The name of the shin  was
ARROW PRESS, Daily News Block, 11  B|CYCLE&-of the latest , ,1 -���.. ,     t    1- ��� ; %
Mrs. Dominy. proprietor. ��� ���������  ���.���.!������,������ t
�� y
1 \.!
'��� -;��� lum,
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth
S���Royal avenue and Eighth.
li���Fifth avenue and Twelfth.
FOR   SALE���l-room   hous
i
���
and  gentlemen,
.ew   Keys  made;   locks   fitted;   knivei,  axes, saws sclss:
tut obtainable, bul ii is supposed thai       1
she was one of the litany sailors hend-
ti- for the Sound to load lumber.
Ii. !n.
All that, however, concerns only the
republican  nomination   ror   president.
When   ii   comes   to  the  election,   the
Democrats,  who  seem  al   preseni  to
be  keeping quiet,  although   they are
doubtless "sawing wood." will have a
word to say; and if thev can race the I
fifiht as a united and harmonious party  Chers ,iis''"ss ""' (iuestion (,t' salaries
against  divided and  dissatisfied oppo-' thp0����h  the >':v*s'
nents, il may be a verv effectual word       '"""' corresuonden' conveys the idea
The idea is still entertained by some  !,';i' no re'lsons have been advanced
i"f"'I"   that   Roosefelt,   notwithstand-   vvh>   Billaries    generally    should     be
ticceei
if Taft
TEACHERS   SALARIES.    -.
Tc the Editor of the Daily News:
Sir.���In a recent publication of jour'
valuable paper, a communication trom
one "Vindex," suggested thai  the tea-
2���St.   Mary's  Hospil il.
13���Second and Park Row.
l I���Columbia  and   Dufferln.
15 ���Sapperton.
23���Queen's avenue and  Sixth,
-1���   ...rd avenue and Secon I,
25���Fifth  avenue  and   Fourth,
26���Fifth avenue and  Eighth.
27���Third avenue and Tenth.
C2���Agnes and Sixth.
34���Schaake Machine Works.
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
311���C. P. R. Station.
12���Small k Buckland Mill.
..   hOUS ".   I 1 .-      it:,   f 1,10
house, close to Bridge, $1.7"'.. Whi      ��
& Shiles, Columbia streel ���
_.   qround   and  sharpened.
NOTE  THE  NEW ADDRESS.
I   GEO. R. SPECK
t *?
t1'
��� .''���
FOR sale- A small Islan I conl dnin    J
about   15 acres,  close  tO  New   West     ���   TRAPP BLOCK. TRAPP   B_.C-  tl
minster city, ('an be used for a mill  +��4��+��+*����*4+**������***..��'.�� .���^���^�������������������������������������������������������t.>!g
site.      For    particulars    apply    to
(liiiulerson & Anne's grocerj.
FOR SALE���4 lots in Burnaby, close
to the Vancouver car line, J1S5.
Several large lots on Eighth streel
and near can factorj. i', irnah . JtW
to $80 each. WlllTK & SHIL! -
Columbia street,
ADVERTISE   IN  THE  DAILY   NEvVS.
The Settlers' Association of B.
UND DEPARTMENT
1
,vhj   silarie
in. nit ii,, hn�� .-oi   i,,e,���,i. ,     . .(raised and  particularly in our  urofes-   , _   	
��_ .ni in  nas said, intends to succeed ' WK*"&WVtatt*Z^<Z*Z&
himself, and thai this booming of Taft   s:""' and lr";" a careful perusal of bis w
Is jusi   a  little  byplay,  lent  that   view   i''""r'   We  are   1"-'   '"   conc]ut,e   ,,,:i1- J
SOME SPECIAL SNAPS
s not appear to ' ntertained by jlhough   J:':"']   reasons   h;ni'  heeD   '"'   ij
well   inforn a pers  in   the   United I VRnced' '"' is """ '"' lll"Sf' ! "v in rhf'  J
ates.   Indeed; the only way in which
city   who, convinced  agafnsl   his  will.
Roosevelt rould,  without  great injury   "'ishes '" be consi(lered of the same  %
lo his reputation, accept re-nomlnatlon : "'il,|f,n sU,L J
would b.. in  case of a  hopeless split-'     "''  st:'"'s'   with   ""   |,n'"!'' thal   the K
ting   up   of   bis   partv   between   rival   DX',ensea of ,IvinS he,e are far smaller J
candidates.    Perseverance in liis pres-   "';li' Hs"" :'"l(' iu "l" pi-��vlnce, while ��
'���': attitude will brackel his name with   ;'  is :l WeI1 known facl that. compara- *
Washington's as refusing tl,,. highest ���t,vely sl,eak,ns-  lh" cosl  of rIv!nE  in K
honor   a   -i..t   nnttnn   , T.i   ,.."".._'   .,:i  thecoasi  towns is very much 11
mii   nation   could   bestow,  '
- y^ for the asl ing   rather!
''""":l ,h"L:" "llM)i".,-,':b'ni;ane|
same.
In the pasl there ��as  a di cided 'li
0 ably he  prefers   tha,  l;, anything   """"llr'' bf.tween thejnterior and the  &
.1   the    White    House
,m ot hi r ten    i
'     '-: '-���' llk''i        ,   ���    "ilY
���'    !y to bring him.
"IN   RESTRAINT  OF TRADE."
ATHEn     .ILU
RAINY
DAY
HOES
coast   in  the < osl   of living,  but   your '���;
correspondent   over-states   the   mattei   J   HOW INVICTUS SHOES ARE MADE
��� ��� ��� ��� af.
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when  li" says  the  difference  is  now   �����
fullv   1 wi nl ��� -!' ve  per   cent,     This   no  ;���;
lie ,      .     V.
doubl  may be ! rue in  some pari     Im!   >���
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ir~ noi   true in  large centres,
Montreal   Witness   roasts   Lhe      ]:,. endeavors  to compare our   pro-  X
 'ntifaoturer      in      this J fo.sion with other callings on  the ba-   *
:������   of actual hours' we,: k, whicl   n
e Mill
fashion:
���'   iat! Manufacturer,' >;
"��� 'l?^: SECOND-HAND JUNK STORE'S
11 111 s imi    el he     : espi cts.    It se ems .-
een li    n    ci  I into the HIGHEST       CASH       PRICE !*!
"'in    '' '    Al'il'1'    i:    i':'���" PAID   FOR   ALL   KINDS   OF '���
''     ''     '      idation  Ol SECOND-HAND     ARTICLES. S
.. eel -��� .1 vi rj cle se e orpot al lon In- V
thai BEGBIE STREET Phone 214 J
ed  It  would  pre   ;���,
lio now earn thei    Ii \ 111 ;���'
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ied evei    rllli   it en
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If you want a Shoe to keep your
feet Ciry and comfortable, ask for
Geo. A. Slater's "Invictus Shoes."
We have them for Men and Women.
These Shoes are made with light,
pliable uppers, with specially constructed WATERPROOF SOLES.
,! ' ;    Provincial University,  |
IMPORTANT   NOTICE.
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Pair.
THURSDAY.  APRIL 1 Ith,
:���     ������ train!  of trade.' ' ' !l"   ''''"'���   '   Pari    Pi ovine! el   >���.
i  'com ��� , and thi    Manufacturer' ' nlversltj  Assoclallnn will   -   held in   >?
toe '   :  i It; but  it Is in- '-'   Cltj   Hall,  N'ew  Westm'nstei
oi nslstenl In approving protei I lon, the
vi       pui  "-,-  nt i principle of which
M. n strain trade." _    . o'clock shai p, J
  All   Interested   In  higher education,  !��!
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and   the  public generally, are'  Invi    I   >J
i e   be   present   and   i ike   part   In   i
liscussion,
A  large attendance is roquestc I.
W. J. CUNNINGHAM, Soc
1 Women's $4.00
and $4.50 Pr.
Th i llobe (Toronto . si, a: "Farmers bidding for farm laborers will
' the furin labor difficulty. There
will ���    ndance of I ibor when l he
.   ������ iffli lent ly advanced, bul the
b   ��� ince   ma    necessitate l he relief of
I'i om  ; f t he ai tiflcial
.burdens now laid on his shoulders."
F. CRAKE 1
Ask for the
Invictus Shoe
Burnaby
Fronting 500 feet on Hastings Road, fronting Ir.00 feel on il
Road, ...".en acres in all, only $17.". per acre, Price will not ret
al   this  low  lit',ire.
in acres in lot ^ Burnabj for sale cheap, al  $30 pert   re;  e
160 acres, splendid .oil, in lol  11,  Burna  y,   .$170  per  acre.
Surrey
We have for sale In this beautiful farming municipality 90 aie.
Hyjoi   , :   nl,   This   i listed fora few days onlj   tit $20  in acre.
_f   a   it.', titn, .
'��� :.  : ,     lei     ei   ol  fai ns alw a.\..  listed   n ith th   m ;1
. -.     !���': ,.-.\   Ri i er  Val ej.    Call on us,   >. ���    tvill    ������ .   ���,������:;
:  ���    letails,
Lots throughout  the     tj  ������'  N'ew  Westminster from $.">0 to $2,0
es in     . .-. :
H. T. Thrift, Mgr. J. B. Wilson Vv'. H. O
713 Columbia  St.  (Fales Block), Tel. 334.      Branch  Office, Hazlemere
pring Mriiii
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J.-st Arrived one or the   largest
complete stocks \x\ British Golumb
:   SUITS MADE TO ORDER FROM $17.00 I
'ANTS TO ORE   R. $5.00 UP
OVERCOA   S TO ORDER, $1'
Satisfaction guaranteed or mono?    r.iiinaed.     buita  kept
free cl charge for one ./car.     Open evenings.
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UP-TO-DATE  TAILOH
257 FRONT STREET x/r    T   . xinn I
Cor.  McKenzie   Anj   Front M.    j^A^Mb -3- _^J
SOMETHING   GOOD
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in conse, nee oi a repori at ot-     English Watchmaker
lawn from Calgarj  thai Ihe employees   Two doors from  Ceo. Adams, Grocer
of   ihe   Tainii'   coal   mini -   le   I     ieen
l.adics' Gold Watches   From  $12,75 up
e ��� itlenien's   Silver   Watches,   open    .i
fai ". $6.00.
I JOHNSTON'S!
I   out,   Mackenzie   King,   deputj
Minisl  , of Labor, wired        nine owners that, if they  had  locked the men Gentlemen's Silver   Walch    .    louMn ���'
oul  without   first   submitting  the dls- ta.se, $7.50 up. ,��:
pute to Ihe board of arl.lti tl on, they Agenl for thc celebrated South Bend W
v           to a  im ' of r. io a day, ���'   ' !-'--    MM Hod   tee    iho    Wellman ,V
T,      is the sort  o,   !hin_ which will V^n^C   ��J.wJll:."���e2?' ^   COLUMBIA   STREET
-    larl   ���   reasonable   adjustment   pi Wa, ,h   u. iall.ln ,.    ,,,,,.,,.   ,, ���, ,. ,��� *
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BIG SHOE HOUSE.
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THE
SPRING
millinery Display..
We  show   a fine display of the mosl beautiful designs ol leading
"������tft '   m        an :   V".   York, cleverly reproduced by mi:' own staff
\M -������ ���     'he   newest,   taking   in  almosl   everj
-,$_ ,.'!'.,   Materials are rich and fashionable;  wherever
H     _o,  wln-'lti'i cit;   or nt hers, you'll nol  find more al! raclive
Bp  Inerj   al   such   popular prices.
ffaris Pattern  Hats,   $10, $12, $18.50 and $25.
Ready-io-Wear Hats
Our display  is one  of excptional  interest, embracing  the  most
. tl ite shape'.- and effeel-.
i     These a   ��� the smarl  stjdes to   wear   with   tailored   suits;    and
be ��� 1   .'nl   mm:'    ���        i       iwn workroom  exclusiveness
��f .���:.-.   a-.- -I'.- I   \ n'i
I   We have a full assortment of   colors,   shapes   and   effects,   with
Irl. . ..it!-.!     it'  plumes,  wiims.  il"��.   -.  ribbons, etc.,    Our  price's are
qui'      'iim i.'t'M, .     Il.'tnly   tn  wear,       $2.00,   $3.00  $5.00,  $6.50 to  $3.50.
Our Stock of Tnmm.ngs
Cul   Bowers and Pot Plants.    Ring, latious,   I, is probable thai   members _.
up Tidy, the florist.   'Phone A184.         01  the Vancouver board of trade will J
' be   requested   to  attend. ���
Mrs. Ft. C. Galbralth, of Bellingham, ���
is visit in- her mother, Mrs. Wells, of      A   man  in tin apparentlj   verj   sick a,
Sapperton, for a few days.                      condition,    was    noticed    near    .Mrs. J
Hoffard's  Btore on   Fronl   street   yes- ���
Mrs.   Alex,  Ferguson,   Burr   Block,                                    ...     , *
��� will   mu   receive   again  until   I'm thei
,  ' u___._i    in    i'.     (ii t i ou|)iiti ,    ii      naa    u.c.iu" ^
notice owing to her receni illness,      | 0|1 ,,, ,,,���������.��� Mnn ,��� ,,,��� ,������,���-,,,   on J
terday  afternoon.    Dr,   .loin's    being  <>
I called in to investigate, it  was decid-   {
ed iei remove him to the hospital, as
For cut  flowers, carnations and fu-M10  showed  s"'"n- symptoms  of ery-
neral  designs   telephone  T.   Davis   &  slpelas.
GUSSETS R. IHFOKCIt
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Mil.    llol'i
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A meeting of the building commit- ���
The Otter, In  command of Captain  tee   <��'   "l"   ���NV��    Westminster   Ami- I
It.  Brown,  arrived   In  porl   from  Vic-   Tuberculosis  society  will   be  held   In I
:,,,;;,  yesterday   with a   full   cargo of   the board of trade room, city hall, this ���  Buttons SeWCCl Oil by hand     Can't COme off.
evening,   when   all   members   are   re- ��� ,-, ,      , ,       ...   ,     , ,,
quested  present.   Arrangements % Seams double stitched   - L'Ull t Tip.
la;    will    "   sports   day j will  be made at   the meeting for the \ BlUton-holes extra finished     Can't wear Out
foi   the   Columbian   College   students,   Instituting  of an  active   canvass   foi ���
.   i full programme, Including jump-   subscriptions throughoul  the city. ��� 	
Ing   ���   lining, etc.,  ti i i been a 'i anged ���
coal.
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\   ,\i>1111_;  man   employed   al   George
N'ewman's shlpj'ards was injured yes-
Cvery Sl.lrt Guaranteed by thc Brand
The oi before thi   polici  mag-   terday  ruing by being accidentallj   a-
i rate   yesterdaj   morning,   was   that   struck  ovei-  the  head   by  a crowbar   J
���   McDonald   versus   Taylor.      After  The heavjvbar inflicted a severe flesh   ���
bearing   both   sides   of question   wound in the forehead, and the Injun
tie" casi   v.   - dismisse man was obliged to have some stitcln
Inserted  In the wound.    Dr,  Rothwi
ILLIPS
THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER
Emhrac s almost  every  wanted    kind   al    over;
Flowers, w eaths, foliage, innls, etc.
Hoses	
Small June Roses, sky, pink, etc	
Moss   Itoses, in  bunches of half  lozen to two dozen.
La i
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Yellow   Rose .   half  d >_ ii   n bunch
'.ita foliage	
���s, white in wreaths	
Poppies, fine grade	
white and   pink   Forget-Me-N'ots ..
- of the Valley	
anted    price.
40c to $2.50
 50c
 $1.00
 $1.50
..25c to 75c
..15c  to 50c
 15c
 50c
 $1.25
 50c
 25c
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Canadian Bank of  Commerce
Paid-upXapital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B.   E.   WAI,Kill;,  President. ALEX.   LAIRD,   General   .Manage;'.
', he annual meetin .        lie   ioard <>t
  ,, .,,   dressed   the  niiurv
t rustees o   the Columl lan college will
.  held "ti Tuesday evening, when the Two families, numbering fifteen per- J
estimate!: for the current year will be sons, arrived   from  Alberta yesterday ���  cr\i r    a/tmto   pad   mi_i_7  uircTmnxicTpn
,   -",.  tu     otl   .   Important   business morning.     Mrs.   and   Mr.   Irvin' Cole X S0LE  AGENTS   FOR  NEW  WESTMINSTER
transacted. and   family,   from   Rindlay,  and   Mr.
ami Mr.-. Cabev, of Forsher, who were
c ntrai Is   lal en   for  tree    spraying     , .
  .  also accompanied bv their young lam-
an I   for  white   washing   buildings  of  .. , .       '   .,.,
,  ,, iij,  wine the new arrivals,     ihev m-
��� scriptlons.    Mace, McClelland &j  ,     , .     , .   '
te nd  io take tin html in ib^ neighbor-
Co��� Colonial hotel.'Phone 39.   Special   ,
Ik.ml and go in lo,' farming on an ex-
:':lns  ""' lftr*   O'^hardS. tensive scale as soon as they are con-
The SmIi.ial," firm started work to- venlently located,
daj on their at w buildings with a very Beventy young ,��������� ,���,,,������ MancheB.
small gang of men. Two painters ^ Englandi arrIved in Vancouver
v. ere at work in the finished building, veBterday morning. A _um���er of
an-' "nl>' three !:'"" carpenter, on the | them ,..,���,��� ()V(,,. t() New Westminster
ot ber one. I during the day looking for work, and
e. , ,   :. _,        ;_, ;;;C| ;a   it;  S'lttii' cases  they  were  successful,
the county court yesterday. Judge Bole Several of them lefftheir names with
il er hearing the arguments of W. <;.;1:- w- Hoult' cil>' hal1. where anyone
McQuarrie for plaintiff, and F. W. '" need o�� ll|,|i| of any kind may be
Hcwaj for defence, reserved 'tis judg-' supplied. The young men came' here'
j llle���r. I upon the advice of Mr. Wade, who vis
ited this city in the inte.tests of tour-
The progress latelj made by the ists associations some few months
Queen's avenue Methodist church is! ago.'
i strikingly shown by the' increase in i
th,. membership roll, no less than: James Harten, while walking on the
seventy-five persons having joined track '" the vicinity of Moody Hill,
the church   during  the-  past   eighteen   v'as struck by the Seattle train yester-
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BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts  may Jbe opened andfeon-
dutt-d by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf $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 anj' portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
months.
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NEW WESTMINSTER
day  and    badly    injured.      He    was
broughl  iiuee the city on the ('. P. R,
. which was cap-  train and taken to the Sm Mary's hos-
tared   from   an   American   firm    two   pital, where liis injuries  were attend-
i,   is  aboul   to   be  converted j ed   to.     Latest   reports state  thai   he
Into   ���  steamer, and will  be reserved   u   very low,  both   legs   being lire.ken
foi   use,  by th ���  Nanaimo fisheries in-  and it Is feared he has sustained ser-
spector.    The necessary work w-m be j ions   internal     injuries.      The    man,
l��ne in Nanaimo, though conscious  last night,  was un-
The   monthh   meeting    ���;   the  New   ',!;"  '" make known  wh����� he :''"""
���  ���, dent   societj   will   '"   ",' or anything about  himself.
���   h i     hi   ''.'    ioard of  trade  room |     Following  the   slrii I   the   deck-
''   : afterno n,   Thei ��� is nothing very   hen,is  em the   Ramoua  Tuesday  mor-
rtanl   t'i come    up    '   fore    the   u:ng, the men employed  on  the Bea-
meeting, and the proceedinga  will . ei   decided   ���   sterdaj   thai more mo-
mostlj    ���'   ���  routine character. ney was needed :\. every one of thorn,
m i  In order t i Impress the manage-
N   ' ::''' v::; '  n]y- ���,';::'"'    menl with the importance of thai fact,
i   '''  ""'���< onFrld      '     '    jl ""' Ba(1"   thej   lasted   from   iheir  labors   al   an
.   mint ton   li del,   Vani mver,   an I     all
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��.   New   Wi 3 :  inst      .   =  lent;   w io hail
in  Bruce  i mnl y, ai e  i equeste I  I i
tm n  out.    Ticket 3  ��� an  be  ha 1   fr mi
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Fo make a few dollars very easily.
[The difference in ear Fire Insurance Rates and those you are paying will demonstrate this. Take
pour policy, see what it costs yon,
md then call at our office. We
kill do the rest.
mbarrassing time, jusi as the steam
ei  w as preparing to leave on the tistia
run.     !���:.  Goulet,  C   P.   R.  agent,  ap
: oached the men with an offer to re
fi r the matter to the Victoria author
nrchas   '   i,vs'  anl   ���;il lrai(   ;1  tlefinite   pr posa
itei lay,   n'hcn   the   boal   ��turnecf.    The   men
I , -      ,,  n ,. ,,.,,   accepted the pi iposed arbitration, and
m   m' ich, Columbl    sl reet.
.Mo-1
; l.e   vessel proce< led on  the trip onlj
te   few   minutes   behind   the   schedi
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H77ie Farm Land Spcciui:
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New  Westminster
i lhea : .   A heai \  run of
i    p x nertf- i 11     rl ve
id th" fi ilu '    en
read    In    nl I ip ition.
Waterfront is Cle..n.
- '���     be it-   al      "One eu'the things which impressed
Mills 1    I  the i  isfoi   ine to cut,  Ine most while I was away." remarked
i     morning   '   lyor   Kear;      yesterday,   "was     the
��� . .   tin   m ichlner;       eannet      i    oui   watei front.    In   all
i   ��� I al      tlon had    een se-   lhe other titi,'-  which  I  visited, rub-
injur      : '..a-   taken   bish and ga'rlmge of everj  description
l  ��� will 'a  for soni     was scattered along the waterway, and
the stench was something unbearable.
Many of t! i   places l saw were in a,
���''''' disgraceful   condition,   and   no   effort'
appeared   to 1 e   made
cleat'   ll:
up.    Things  are    different     In   New
��� '..-: yesterdaj
. ���   lng a lai ge number of men now
" "     ��� '     "8 ,;'' foundations j Westminster.     Von cai    v, ,:
ud   ommenclng on the building of the   ,,���, whole  length ���r n���, ,.iv,,,,  ,.,.,������
';':'"'���, "���' sl'e,!   '   wo_iherin.|8nd there is nol a deposit worth speak-
rfered to   tome extenl  with the pro-1 ing about   yes, this is a clean town."
gress of tin' work.	
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I..WEDDING    GIFTS...
$L .	
I'o you  nnd  it  difficult to decide on a suitable article for that
���'_��'.   . nt?   [f so, allow us to offer a few suggestions:
In Cut Glass-Water Bottle,   Salt Set,   Vase,   Bowl,  Nappy,
|i,-lier.
Sfccrlinej? Silver ancl Silver-Plated Goods   Cabinet
;B)oons and Porlu, &c.; Ten Sat,   Salad Bowl,   Soup Tureen,   Pudding
W- ���', Can ers.
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hi!. Tray, Bi, tuit Jar, Butter Dish, Bronze Figures, &c.
.'. A, Lee will rail a meeting of the
business men of this city for Thursday evening in tit.' City Hall, for the
purpose of discussing transcontinental
freighl transportation rules and regu-
Opera House Bookings.
May 11���A Stranger in Town.
May  S -A  Texas  Ranger.
May 10���Old Arkansas.
May is���Peek's Had Boy,
Chamberlin,
/'. CE.V T HA MIL TOA   H A TCH
The Jeweler
<s��.
prlng Suit Thoughts \
Headquarters
for   ....
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ANTR1ES!
M.J-JHabiC/aRCl
A.  HARD MA
McKENZIE STREET   -   OPPOSITE LIBRARY
P. O. Box 248 ?XT  Telephone 302
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Sunshine again!
Wiih it comes thoughts of that new Spring Suit j'ou have promised jourself. wiih thai thought we trust that yon will couple the
name of this store, where your conception of all that is desirable in
a Sii'M will be realized.
The continued patronage of well-dressed Men shows that our
Clothing can tie depended upon to satisfy.
Knits of the New broken check and plaid patterns in the li iti 1-
s nue Grays���Blues and the Smart   Brown and Olive mixtures.
SINGLE AND  DOUBLE  BREASTED   CUT
$10, $12, $15, .1., 820. .,22, up to $25
Everything  now   blossoms with  Spring  freshness, and choosing
tit  tliis writing will be an easy task.
li. L. DeBeck
THE   HOME  OF   GOOD   CLOTHES. THE   DAILY   MEWS.
THURSDAY.
APRIL
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in Dark Prints, Light Prints, Sham brays,
Muslin, Lawn ; in all sizes from 1-2 year
to 17 years. Jack Tar Blouses in sizes up
to 14 years.
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COLUMBIA STREET
Fore th <��� (' v ��� mc.
Stone forests ..:���-��� found in various
j.arts of tin' until], in many eases
they are hardened by some peculiarity
of the atmosphere and are' found standing jusi as they were when clothed
with green foliage thousands of years
ago. The Little Colorad i river, iii Arizona, has long heen famous its a locality for such finel-e. At one place more
Ihan 1,500 c.erds of s .lnl stone, tree
trunks, sections, limbs am! logs, were
found by the government surveyors.
Most of them wen' silicifled, many
seven to ten feet in diameter and from
twenty to eighty feel in hei. lit. Geologists say tliat the petrified trees of
the Little Colorado were once covered
with marl over 1,000 feet iu depth.
Some of the trees have been changed
to Jasper and have assumed various
hues; others resemble opal, ami when
broken open the core is often found
lined with crystals of the most beautiful tints.
RENNIE'S
SEED
NOW IN
AT
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN Unit six-
it days utter date we intend tee apply t..
th,- 11,,n.tli,- chiii' Commissioner of Lands
and W,,rUs for permission to cut ami curry away tli.- timber from th.- following
di scribed* lands, situ,ite- ni Kitsumg���llum
Valley, Coast  district:
tin.���Commencing at ei post planted
nl..in :;'.., miles north of tin- north-west
corner en' C. I-'. A. Green's preemption
claim, tli, n running as follows: 80 chains
.eist; mi chains south; SO chains west and
SO chains north tu point of commencement.
.1.���Commencing at a vest planted
eii.'iit ::'���_. miles north of the north-west
corner of C.F.A.Green's preemption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains west;
le. chains south; 160 chains east ami -in
chains north to th'- point uf commence-
rw nt.
...���Commencing at a i��.st planted
about 1 mile's north of tin- north-west corner of i'. I'. A. eli-,, n's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: SO chains east;
SO e-hiiiiis ii,irth; 80 chains w. st ami SO
chains south to poinl of commencement.
-3. ���Commencing at ei i���,st planted
aboul ���". miles north ot the north-west corner ui' C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains .ast-.
40 chains north; l.i" cliains wist: 4u
chains south to point cf commencement.
l'4.���Commencing at a post planted
al...nt it miles iiurt,i .if th.- north-west cornei of C. F. ... Green's pre-emption claim,
then running ;i- follows: 160 chains east;
te' chains south; 160 chains west; tu
chains north t��> point of commencement,
.",. Commencing at a post planted
ni",nt it mil' s nortii '.:' tin' north-we si corner .a' .'. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains east;
Ic chains nortii; i"" chains west ; 40
.-lilies soul m to j-,.iat ,,;' commenci ment.
20. ' '.���!:��� ncing al n post planted
iboul 6 miles nortii ol tin north-wi st corner .a' i'. P. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
, ning - follows : I" e-hiiiiis wesl :
; ���'" cliains si nth ; ' 4" chains i asl : i.i"
ns north to poinl o�� comnu ncement.
-',.- -i lomm. ncing al a pqst planti rl
��� G miles north of the north-wi si corner of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
. running as follows : SO e hains we st ;
S'i cliains north; SO chains east; SO chains
-  nt li ti. point ni' commencement.
_��� ��� Comm ncing a! n post plante I
about 7 iiiil.s nortii "1 th'- north-wesl corner of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: 160 cliains east;
4" chains south; 160 chains west; and 40
chains nortii to the point of comme incur nt. '
20.���Commencing at a post planted
nl',,at 7 miles nortii of th'1 north-west corner of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
th.n running as follows: 40 chains north:
SO chains west; -i" cbains north; 40
chains west; SO chains south; 12" chains
,:'>t to point .a' commencement.
30.���Commencing at a post planted
about 4" chains north of th,- south-west
coiner nf Location No. 26, then running
as follows: i'i" e'Luics west; 4'e chains
north; 160 cliains east; and 4" chains
south  in point of commencement,
31.���Commencing at a posl planted
aboul 4" chains north of the south-west
corner of Location No. 26, then running
as follows: 160 chains west; 1" chains
south: 160 cliains east; 40 cliains nortii
to i olnt of commencement.
?,2.���Commencing at a post plant.'.1
..el'.'iit 4 miles nortii of the north-west corner ot' C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains west;
40 chains south; 160 chains enst: 4^
chains north to pdlnl of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or li ss.
south;   12" chains east  to Skeena  River;
thence along river to poinl  ..f commencement, containing 04" acres,  more or less.
Located  February 2.'.  1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY.
FRANK   VANDALL,
Locate,rs.
P< r Fr&nk V indall. Mar.li 22. 1907.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date I Intend to make apllcatlon
to the Hon. tlie Chief Commissioner
of I.amis and Works, for'a special lice use to cut ami carry away timber
from the following described lands,
situated
Coast District Range 5 .listrict. No.
int. commencing at a stake planted
al a post on the Encheshese River,
al oul a mile and a half up from its
mouth, thence east 40 cliains, thence
north SO chains, thence wesi SO
chains, thence south SO cliains. thence
ea ��� 10 cliains to poinl of commi i ���
nn nt.
102.
Commencing at a point near the
mouth of Union ('reek at the east line
of the Indian Reserve, at the head of
Union Bay, near the mouth of Works
Channel, Kan..' 5, Coasl District,
thence 40 chains south, thence 80
cliains east, then,,' SO chains north,
thence SO chains west, ithence 40
i hains sonth to the poinl of (ommencement,
103.
Commencing al a p ist on the north
Range   5,
roast  Districl
.' ' chain
Creek ,
Ran
He Wins llu-  Palm.
Many stories have been told of mean
men, sue-h ns he who used a wart for '.
a collar button and he whose birthday
gift to his son consisted in washing the
windows so that the lad might watch
the ears fjo by, This man. however,
seems to have won the palm. There
was an extremely mean man in New
Hampshire who was the proprietor of
a hotel. By liis direction rules were
posted in the hostelry forbidding almost every conceivable privilege to
those not guests of the place. There
was absolutely no chance for the casual loafer to get newspapers, pens, ink,
stationery, etc. There were not even
free seats in the office. One day-be
chanced to observe a chronic loafer
gazing at the old cluck that hung on
the wall. The nexl day a sign was
placed over the clock. It read, "This
clock is for the use of the guests of the
hotel only.''- Success Magazine.
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
WM.   Mi'iOPY.
FRANK VANDALL.
Agent, Frank Vandal
Locators
.March 21. l.'M
NOTICE.
The   Stnle  Bread   of   Hungary.
In Hungary they do not eat fresh
bread. Whether it is because the Hungarians l.clieve in hygiene more thtiq
their American or European brothers
and sisters or not has never been told,
but the Magyar is partial to stale
bread, and tin' staler the better, llis
"rozskenyer," or ordinary Mack bread,
ns it is eaten by the very larpe majority of the Magyar population, Is
carefully laiel away em a shelf nnd dug
out for consumption months and
months after it Ints come out of the
great ovens. If the hug .��� loaf, weighing something like Ave pounds and for
which the Hungarian pays G or 7
kreutzer, equivalent to about ,'1 or -i
cents in American it. mey, bas careful
ly been hidden away for two years, it
Is ' onsidered all the better. The lit n-
garian never thinks of where t ..���
bre ,t i< io come from tomorrow, lie
thinks of w 1; ���!��� ��� it is to come fri m
:.'-���' t year, for he 1 is at least u you
, ij   on   t1 o  ��� 'i he   riun.ti
t ike ��� her I read f!0,. daj s ahead of
time     ; Ier  '���. ���      ��� ,  \   bal Ing is (  ���
I   i- \\ cl ie -I  y of a year to coi  e; 1 e '
m   i iii iik ;' :��� tl: ��� Thursday of
:. yea r to co   .,
Uonnter Spider Grab*.
"I hove colic -;,��� i sj Inious <>f crabs
In tell parts of the world," said a naturalist, "lent I shall i. ever forget the
] '��� .-mp' 1 oxperluiii ��� 'I in securing a
��� '..-treats specimen of the Japauo e
i m ler cr:'.-. tke largest ever found,
Tim combined length of the feeding
arms of this monster was more titan
twelve feet, while tim body portion
was nbout twenty im bes across, When
alive, it weighed aboul seventy-five
pounds, nm.' of ila' oddest things
about these creatures is their ability
to assume a disguise. This feat the)
arc able to perform owing to the flexibility eif their pinchers and in the
Looked hairs and spines with which
their numerous arms are studded. By
means of theii- pinchers they tear off
small fragments of sponges nml sen-
weeds. After tirst putting these to
their months, which contain a glutinous
saliva, they place them on the snr-
face of their limbs and bodies by
sticking them fast with a rubbing
i: vement, By this method the crab
succeeds In fompletely changing its
appearance and rendering itself Indistinguishable from the materials com-
tiain to the bottom of the sea. Willie
crawling along it seems a i though a
portion of tiie ocean bed was i, tec
lion, so clo ������ Is the resetnbln. ���> i '
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1901,
Leave
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TAKE N'OTICE that thirty days after
,1 te v ��� Intend to apply to the 1 thief Com-
mission, r .'f Lands an.l Works for special
��� : ... r licenses t,i cut and carry away
timber from the following tleseribed lamls
situ ' In the Kitsumgallum Valley, in the
C Hist   District :
33.���Commencing   at   a    posl     planted
houi   J"   ch ilns   wi st   of   the   south-wesl
,   rm :-  of   tl ,-   old   Kitsumgallum   Indian
Reserve,  then   160 chains west; t" chains
' north:   160    tl ains  east .  40   chains  south
I to point of commencement.
1     tl.���Commencing    at    a    post   planted
. ���        ains west of tie" north-i ast corner ec'
!.-��� ition X". '���','���'���. then 160 chains west: 4"
ns nori h :   ;>;.' chains .-.est :  ���!>��� chains
tl   '���' point  of comme nee mi nt,
Co  imencing   at    a    posl     plai '��� cl
li   chains   vi sl of the north-e asl come r of
Location Xo. 34, then 160 chains west: 40
ns nortii :   160 chairts east :  -1" cha Ins
Hi to 1 .int of .- .mm. nc. ment.
��� -,. imi -.' ; ig   al    .-.    post    planti i
120   chains wi sl   of  the  north-easl
e  of Loci tlon No  35, then  L60 chains
north;   10 chains .-ast ;  160 chains si
10 cliains west  to the point of commence-
:.;.    ' ��� en ������ ���  ic!        Rt    .'    post     planti d
' .. ,���   ^     cha        m   -���   oi     the north-i -est
r  of   Loi ation   N'o.  35,     thi nee     160
; tins north :  te, chi Ins easl : let"  chains
w, st:    ���!.. chains south  to point  of com-
m. 11    ment.
���'   nmi ncing   n     .1    posl     planti .1
al  '  -   north-we si corner of  Location  No.
33,     thence   SO   chains   wi sl ;      80   chains
��� li ;,    ki.   chains  easl :     and   80  chains
li to  point '���:'  inir i.'" ment.
39,���Comme ncing at  a   posl   planti d ni
th.   north-we.i   corner of  Location  No.  8,
then  v" ch 'm.-  ivest; 80 chains south ;  80
. !,  ins  ' ,  ���: :   < ���'  eli iin    north  to point of
mencement.
\\ it.!.I \.\t   MOe 1DY,
1  RANK A'AND VLL,
I.. ���
���I'. .'      :.     ���    . .
ir 'h 21,
Day Train Arrive
..  Spokane   7.15 p.m.
. .Rossland  ... .4.10 p.m.
...Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON*.
BLACKSMITHING.
Having bought out the Blacksmith-
Ing business of R. II. Benson, j will
be pleased to sen all his old customers, as well as nev ones Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M. KNUTSON.
Eighth  Street.
NOTICE.
NOTICE   TS   HEREBY    GIVEN     thai
tl      .   _        after date v.-,   : itend to   ippl
��� ,   ���        |Toi Chief  Com ���>-,.������
i. - ids  and   Works  for pe rmlst on to 1
.  . irry away the tlmbi     fri  .. I   ������ fol-
1 ���-< .;  ��� a   lands,   sltuat.      1      thi
V.\ in-"-.,' ���/   iti. er,   ' '���'���.���. H   dlsl riet,   R,
No    " :
Claim  No    ! 3.    <' lng   at   n   post
pi  nted   ��� a   ;'������  '/.- mug_tlt_   Rive r,
mile up from the   ��� ��� euth, on  te..   ���
ol   : i>   ���   thi nee  i 60 chain    east;   10
100 chaii s west :  -I" chains
.   ,-��� to       the    rc. cr  to  poinl   ol   co
li i ig C i" aci es, or
ll ss,
��� "  Im   No.   14.    1 'ommenolng at   a   posl
a   "'1   tin    Zymagatitz   River,  about
le   ip : rom  the mouth, on the east
tin :,'���'-   i 't'i  chains   ��� 1  I
H Ins  north:     1 it"   chains   wesl ;   40
inlns   south,   along   river     to   point   of
coi  : -  11   ment, containing 640 ncri s, m n'i
'- ss,
1'   Im   No,   I ���"..    1 lommeneing    al   post
I '!  .ce   the   Zymagatitz River,   about
two mile i up from the mouth, on the casi
'���    If of rlvi i-; ih- ���  160 chains easl : 40
. ' 160 chains wesl to riv, r;
tin nee 40 chains northerly along rli'er to
point of commencement, containing 640
icres,  more  e,r |, ss.
'' aim   No,   16.    1 lommeneing    at   post
I Iat ted  on   the'  Zymagatitz   River,  .-.hoot
mill s   up   from   them   outh,   ..n   the
er.sl   bank  of   river:   thence   16.0     cha Ins
enst; 10 chains north; 160 chain's west to
rlvir;   thence   40   chains  southerly  along
river to poinl  eu' commencement, containing G i" acres, more or less.
Claim   No,   IT.    Commencing    at   post
ted  ..11   tin   Zymagatitz   River,  about
" 11   11 il" up fr,,in the in..nth. ..n tin- west
i'iil< of river; thence ��0 chains west; 160
' Lues   north ;    40   chains   east   to   river;
thence   160  chains southerly   ahum'   river
elnl .if commencement, containing 040
acre s,   more  or  jess.
e". im  No.   iv   Commencing    at    post
ti a   1.11   th"   south   bank    of    " e< na
"1    r, about   half  mile  beiow  the  mouth
of Kitsumgallum River; 11 _- nee 80 chains
80   ch 1 ins  easl ;   80  chains  north
to  Site, nn   River:   the nee  along   river to
t "im   ' ���     ommi no ment,  containing   640
ire  or   h ess.
1 'i.-ii'n   No,   10    1 tommi ncing    al ,po
iit.'d   "ie   the    south    bank   of   Skeena
al iii hair mil" up from the mouth
"f   Kitsumgallum   River,   on   tli-     .-'.nth
I.  oi  .".' ��� n 1  Rlvi r;  i'i n   1  120 chanl 1
��� bore of Work s Chann
Coasi l ilsl rh t, aboul a mile and a
half below Worsfold Hav. thence 120
chains "north, thence SO chains cast,
thence south to shore, thence westerlj
along shore to pi int ol ci mm ncement.
104.
Commencing at a posl on the shore
opposite the mouth of Bear Creek
and aboul a half a mile north on 'i he
north arm of Work's Channel, Range
5, ('oast District, tl ence west 70
chains, thence north SO chains, thenci
easl to shore, thence southerly along
shore  to  point  of commi no n ent.
105.
Commencing   at   a   stake    on    th
beach   about  50  chains south   of the
mouth   of  Bear   Creels   on   the   north
arm   of  Work's    Channel,  Range
C asl  District, thence easl  .0 cliains.
jthence   nortii  SO chains,  thence  wes'
to   the   beach,   thenci   southerly   ami
��. sterly  along the  beach  to  ; oinl  0!
commencement,
106.
Commencing  al  a   stake
��� .:-: of : lie mouth of Mini
tic it" ed of Woi it's ('I anni
Coast ! listrict, then." west SO ch lins
thence north SO chains, thence east
SO cliains. thence south sn cliains. to
point of commencement.
107.
Commencing at a point on I.acli-
mach River near the corner of Iot 195
at the head of Work's Channel, Range
���".. Coast District, thence -in cliains
west, thence 80 chains south, thence
SO cliains east, thence 80 cliains north,
thence 40 chains west to point ol com
mi ncement.
100.
Commencing at a post 40 chaini
eas: of the river ;,; the noi th line of
the Indian Reserve, at the mouth of
the Enches-hese River on the' north
side of Work's Channel, Range 5,
feast District, thence v|> chains north.
Om nee 80 chains west, thence SO
chains south, thence 80 chains east
to ; ''it:' of commi ncement.
108.
Commencing at a post on the south
���:i I" ��� .' Fordcr i ro River, aboul a mile
and a half up from Its month, thenci
south 60 chain: . :'������     ��� ��� easl 50 chaini
thence north 80 chains,  thence   wi   1
s" chains, thence si nth  -i 1 chains to
poinl   of commencement,     The above
river  ��� mpties into  the north  ami  of
W< ��� :.'������ Ch unci'. Rang ��� 5, Co tsl District, about  a  mile and a half south
wesl   of the head  of the nortii  arm,
coming in from the 1 ist,
109.
Beginning at a post on Mi" shore
a! the upper end of the north arm
ot Work's Channell, Range 5, f'oas'
District, aboul 20 chains south of the
ta' nth of Snow Creek, thence easl
160 chains, ther.ee north 10 < hains,
thence west 160 chains, thence south
40 e hains to poinl ��� :' 1 omn encement,
IIP.
Commencing tv' a post :: nted at
the mouth of For I Cre .k, on he norih
shore of Work's Channell, Range 5,
Coast District, them e SO 1 hain norlh.
thence SO chains east, thence SO
rhains south, more or less to shore,
thence westerly along shore to point
of commencement.
P.   H.   FORD.
F,  il. CR -GO.
March 21, 1907.
Kitsumgallum   River,
Range J;
Claim No. 1.���Commencing al
planted 25 miles up from the mouth of
Kitsumgallum River, on the wesi bank
of Kitsumgallum Lake, running as follows: SO cliains west: -i>' chains
south; in chains west: SO chains
,��� rth: 120 chain ea t; and |0 chains
south iu point of commenci nn nt.
Claim No.2- Commencing al a posi ,
planted about 23 miles up from the
mouth of the above river, on Ihe easl
hank oi' the Kitsumgallum Lake;
ill, nr,. SO cliains oast; 40 ch ilns
south; 40 chains west; SO chains
south, more or less, to the river; then
m Mii,'rly along the river to the poinl
0;  commencement.
Claim Nu 3. Commi ncing al a posl
planted at the south-west corner of
T. L. 7942; tin nee 40 chains cast 80
cl tins south; 10 chains east; 80
chains south; 10 chains west, more 01
less, to the Kitsumgallum River;
nee northerly along the ' " to
th.   poinl ni commencement.
Claim N'o. 4.���Commencing al 11
planti 1 aboul   10 miles    up from  the
mouth of the Kitsumgallum River, on
the easl hank;  thi nee  I tins ea
100 cliains south; I" chains wi s t,
���1 , n or le .-. to the rivi 1 ; tin nee
northerly along the river to th .point
of commenci ment.
Claim No. 5.   Commeni Ing al   1 post
planted abou    16 mill - up    fi  m the
mouth of tit" above   river, 1 n th    ,
ank;     thence    bO
1 1; dns south; SO 1     -    easl
lev s, to    In    river;    thenci
ali :.    the rk.  i'    1 thi        nt of 1
;, ..tic.an,-tit.
Claim No, _.���-Coi at a posl
i'i.,tm ,1 l_ miles up from t - ni 1 1
of the river, on the west bank;
lia nee I" cliains we t; 40 chains
sc Mii; 10 chains easl; S�� 1 hains
south: ' . chains eai I. more or less,
0 the river; the nee no thi Ij along
���It. rh er to the point oi ��� 1 .���.r.'i-
mi nt,
Claim Ni . 7. I 'ommi ni ing al a posl
planted aboul Id chains wesl ol th
s nth-west corm r ol the o! 1 Kitsumgallum reserve; thence i.'1 1 hains
��i st: 10 1 hains south; 160 cliains
easi: I', chains north, 1 p dnl ol m:.
mi ncenii nt,
I Mei.': No Con me ni Ing at a post
planted 1 u (he north-wi st cornei ��� I
T, L. 7.45; thence 160 chains west:
!���. chains north; 160 chains east; 10
chains sua;!], to poinl oi commence
ment.
Claim No. 9,���Commeni iti-- at
planted on the    north-wesl   corner oi
T,   L.  7945;   thence  160  cliains  wi sl
40   cliains   south;   160  chains east, to
shore line 20 chains, _
, point  of  commeni 1 .. ���
post    it, acres,  more or 11 -
DATED this  I! th il
1!'07.
The   Mclaughlin
LTD.
By C, It   McLaughlin,
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS  HEREBY
30 days after date.  |
te.   tlf   lion.   Chief   C
Lands and   Works,  m ,
to cut and carry :w\ ���,.
following described :.
follows:
I.   Commencing .
on   Hernando    Island,
trict, nl  the : 1,niii-.'.,   ���
I It n 6; thence nor .
easl sn chains; then
I hence wesl 80 ch iii
m '  . ement.
_,   iloninu ie iti.
:  ���   ���" thwesl co
��� he in     easl   SO   cl
.  1 halm :   tin t" ���   ..
��� hi a te  north   v"
II 'inn. "'' menl
::    m .     eneing
it  the morth _ 1  1
then .   north   v"   1
hi In   ���    t la '.
thenci   ivi   I    1 ch
;..- neemi nt,
.1.  R,   '
le hn Cai Is n, Locate.,
Mi
IVES J
'
]
Wi
Land Registry Acl
Re Subdivision   I  . ���
... an  I'm i'i;   7. Ni
City.    Whereas  proi :  ��� I
I'I   lie ate'      Of     Tltll        N
ne : lie the name of Grae
:..     I ��� en hied In this 1 ::
Notice is hereby 1 Ivi 1
1' the expiration of i n<
thi   date of the flrsl :
��� , 0 ���   of  issue a duplicate 1: lln
ficate, unless in the  _ ���
objection ! e made to mi
I
P
the wesl line of T L, 7945; thence
along the line to point 1 . (ommence
ment.
Cl_im No. in.- Con ., 1 ncing al a
posl planted "tt the v.e?: line of T. L,
7945, aboul 10 chains south of the
m rth west corner cf T. L. 7945;
thence 10'1 chains west; 40 chains
south; inn chains east, to the line ol
'!'. !.. 7945; thence along thi line to
point   of commencem< r.t,
Claim No. 11.���Coi imi ing al .-,
posl ilante . on t he s tth west ci nei
ee: T L, 794; : hence mains 160
e hains   wi -���:     1" 1;   ;��� ������ .     160
[chains east, to the west lira of T. 1.
7945; thence 40 chaii - ith along
'! ���   line to point 0! commi ncement,
Claim   No.   12    Commi ncing   at   a
planti.! at  the south easi   coi ni 1
of T.  !.. Thi:,;    thence   running    160
- hains   west ;     10 chains   sou h :     160
��� ains  .'as;:   thence   10 chaii h
to : olnt of commenci mi nt.
L   , ted   Fi 11 .. ���;.   ; t.  1907,
WILLIAM MOODY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Locators.
Pi .��� Frank Vandal!.
March 22, 1907.
C. S. K ;
District Regis;;:.. 1
Lam!   Registry   Office,  New V-_[
ster, B. C, March 1 '
��_?.
^'.,
������   KSo
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADKS    HO
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
"EN  thai
to apply
NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS   HEREB'
sixty days af ��� ������ dati   I inten
the Honourable Cl Cc ::-e lon
ei of Land ��� and Woi . for pe mission
to purchase the fol in di ibed
lands, sit iafi . 1 1 wh I ;s called
Middle and
Range
Sn ith    Dun las    Islan 1.
inge 5, Coasl  Distrii I;
Commencing at r  pos I    aht ut one-
half mile eas   of the head of Duck-In-   "'  tlje land entered for,   the
Ai.;. available Dominii a        - 'I
In the Railway Belt in B i ;
bia, iii.m  : :��� homi steadi I
sen -,\ ha is the sole head 1
or any male over 18 yeai - |
the esten! of   oni ���-, 11 rtei     ���    -1
160 acres, more or
Entry must  be  ma ���
the local land ofl.ee fi r the 1
which tha land is sil 11 le.
The homesteader is required
form the conditions connect! I    '
with undei- one of the fo low!
(!)   At li'tist mx months' \-   ������
upon and   cultivation of   the      I
each y< ar for three years
1 -1    if the father (1 1 mothi
father is di cease I), qI the hoi     I
er resldi     ip m a farm in the ���   |
1 il on the   north    tide   of   the   inlet,
marke I S. il.  F.;    tin nee   10i   ch lins
in!!;'';  thence  50 ��� h: 'tis easl;   thence
-e ith  to said    inlel:    thence    southwesterly and westei Ij along   li
ti   ��� oinl of commencement.
S.  1!. FORD,
F,  ,1   ri: .GO,
Locab . .
1907.
. I    ��� h 2:
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS I ,:���:;.'���' GIVEN "1 il
thi -    , ������ ,���   dati    i   i item! to
pi ill llcation    'i    il:"    Hon. the
Chli ' mm! sioner of Lands and
V ' ir    ' ��� mi is ion mi cut and car
ry away timher from the following
dei 1; ii ed lamls. siluate l al Hotham
Sound,  New  Westminster District;
1.���Commencing al a srake 40 chains
easl of small hay at the head of Hotham Sound; thence north SO chains;
thence west 80 cliains; thence south
SO cliains; thence easl SO chains to
poinl of comm -m ement.
2.���Commencing at a stake al tit"
north-< asl comer of Claim No. 1;
thence north 80 chains; thence wesi
sn cliains: thence south 80 chains;
thence ease SO cliains to poinl of commi nc. ment,
3.���Commencing al a post in cliains
west of the north-easl corner of Claim
No. 2; thence north 80 chains; thence
wesi 80 cliains; thence south 80
cliains: thence eas I 80 chains to point
of 1 ommence ment,
HENRY GROSE.
March 21st, 1907.
NOTICE.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN thai
:: 1 days after date l intend to apply to
the Hon.chiei' Comn Issioner ol Lands
and Works for 1 ecia! license to cul
and carry awa . m the fol
lowing described lan I, ted ..   the
N iTICE  is   HEREBY GIVEN thai
'���   m;m ,--. after date i Intend to apply
��� Honourable Chiei Commissioner of 1 ,and   and Wor ... 1 mission
|i . ��� ha se 1 le"    following di scribed
1 tinted on u hal  i   called Midland  So ii li   I lundas  Island,  Range  .">,
Coai ' District:
Commi noing at 11 pi ��� I , lan 1 l tit
1!,.' head of Swan Ink 1: Ihence so ith
100 chains; then,',. . ,1 | -n elitilns:
then " nori h to shore; 1 ke n< e westerly and north-westerly along the shore
to point of commencement,
F.   1!. CRAGO,
Man li 23, 1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
Ixty days after dale we Intend to
apply to the Honorable the Chlel
Commissioner of Lands and Works
for permission to purchase the fol
lowing tract, of land sltuat I In ('east
District, for a Mill Site. Commencing tit a post, planti',! on shore of bay
S. 10. Arm Huaskin Lake, about S.
W. coiner T. L. No, 6943; thence
South lu chains; Wesl 5 cliains;
South 10 chains, more or less to N. E,
shore of Turnbull CoVe; ihence Wesl
with shore line 20 chains; North 10
' h ilns; Mast 5 cliains; North 10
cliains, more or less, to shore 1:
Huaskin    Lake;    thence
ments a- to residence n. j he
'..' such person residing 1
father or mother.
(3)    !:' the settle r lias his    ���
1 ent residence upon fai ming lai I
ed by bim In the vicinity of hi   ��� '
sti ad,   the   requirements   as  lo
-i nee may be satisfied   by n
upon tin' said land.
Six months' notice in writing 1
be .iven to the   Commission 1
minion Lands al Ottawa of li
to apply for patent.
Coal lands may be 1 111 'based ,
per acre for Soft   ( 1  .1 ami $20
thracite,      Nol   more than   320
< an 1 " acquire I by one Individ a |
company.   Royalty al lh 1 rate ��� I
ci nts j er tort of 2,000 pounds       |
colli cted mi the gross output,
W. W, CORY,
Deputy of the Minister of tl
terlor,
N. B,���Unauthorized  publii  tl 11
this   advertisemeni    will nol
for.
"The Milwaukee
"The  Pione.r  Limited"  St.  Paul1
Chicago,  "Short   Line"  Omaha |
Chicago,  "South     West    Lirrit��|
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   ��"
railroad   in   the   world   that   ('I11.,.!
equipment that of the Chicago,
waukee & St.  Paul  Railway,
own   and  operate  their own ';c(''!j_
and dining cars on alll their tra"1-"!
give  their  patrons   an  excellent
service not obtainable elsewher6
II. S. ROWE. General '/'.'
Ea*l    With   .34 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland,* If;.DAY. APRIL 11. 1907.
T EE   DAILY   X EWS.
PROFESSIONAL
BSIDE &  EDMONDS, Barris
solic tori, Blackie Blk.,
treet,   Sew   Westminster.
te8ide, H. L. Edmonds.
!���   HAMPTO>N BOLE, solid-
0I i;..        ri a " co irt. Offices
,,   Bank  of   Commer e  build-
ilumbia  street,   opposite   post
\,.v  Westminster.    Money   tr,
MtypmmMm$
7 T.    7
OUR
es:
Stop paying rent to landlord
Home 1
IT'S FOOLISH.
-IX, WEART &. McQUARRIE
ters, solicitors, etc.       Of
\,iv Westminster, Trapp Blk..
Clarkson   and   Lorne   streets
..;   rooms -1 to 24, 445 Crao
.; iseph  Martin, K. C, ./
i,    :    \v. ii.  McQuarrie,  H.  A
,,.'   Mr. Martin  wil.    be in th;
inster offices every Friday af
Tel. 333
FRONT   STREET
Tel. 333
_y,  REID  &   BOWES,  Barris
��� s    solicitors,   etc.,   4_   Lorne
lSite   Court    House,   New
sti r.   A- Whealler, P.O. Box
OB E. MARTIN, Barrister and
:,:ie,r, Guichon  block, Colum
[McKenzie streets, New West
'.  fl. c.	
LKS GRAY. Ban Istei. Solicitoi
,-   Public, in practice since
\,  , Westminster. B C.   Of-
.. to Curtis Block, Clark-
eet,    , .   site    Court  House.
-, 1 ,:.   Te lephone 64.
.,   . NSFORD,    Barri ter,
, . etc., Crescent block,
im  I        and      McKenzie.'
','.   il   .  ister, !'.. ('.
$3,500,
subject
to
10
mon
ths
lease.   . F
ne
residence
for
sale
on
2nd   Street,
corner
Fou
rth
Avenue.
Splendid
location.
now
re
nted
for
$30.03 per
tr
ontb:
lease
can be
ex-
tended  if
P'J
rchase
r so
desires.
. A
good paying
investn-.ent
.Terms
to
be arrang
ed.
Four houses to rent. One on 12th
street: one en Fourth avenue: one
on Agnes street: cne on 13th street.
Apply at ence.
READ Th'3.
Splendid Fart-, 13 chains waterfront on the North Ann of tlte Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's est.te. No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. die
of the best bargains to be obtained
in the district. Fcr exclusive sale.
Price 510.500; $3,500 cash, balance
in 6. 12 and 18 months at 6 pet-
cent.
One
lo
t No.
12
on
Roy a
Avenue.
third I
ot
from
Eig
hth
stre;
t. $1X50,
for sa
e
exclusive
iy.
: OF TRADE.���-New   Westmin
.: anl of Trade  meets  in the
Room, City Hall, as follows.
'  Wedni sday of each month,
..ly  meetings on  the second
uesday of February, May,
��� and November, al 8 p. in
I meetings em the second
��� sday of February. Ne*
i-va   may   be   proposed   and
��� i at any monthly or quarterly
��g.   A. !���:. Wh^e, Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
LODGE, NO. 9, A. F\ & A. M.
��� regular meeting of this
1 on the First Wednesday in
month, al s o'< lock p in., in
[.Masonic Ti inple. Sojourning
ren are cordially invited to at-
Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith
tary.
'������ ' -  -''  and   ..:.  Su    Lots S and  1 l
Hock  13;  corner of D and   2nd
St. :   full  sized   lots
orey I Ions-,-. 7 room. . i,.nM room up
stairs : Hush close I . ���: , "I stable : on Agnes
���-   lei-nr Sth St.; all mode rn lmpro\ erne tits.
I ���            II      ish,   balance   eas> .    a
ri tillj   ��� seelli nl   bargain.
.ub. .1 of Lol MM Block XIII, 1 It""in
I Inn- ; hot i eld water ; liusb , lose!
1"' ������:' fruil ��� i l-ie-k, ii house and
bin ii. Price - "'" : terms $4 tash, balance . ci ��� ��� :,i 7 per cent. Hamilton St., Hi ..... off Cth St. In twee n
the     e          Avenu
lore;   1 louse,  7 i iiiiiis, v> Ith all mod-
It ip  in n's :   siz       a    groutiil    100X
I -.' : si eond  lol   from  lith   St. ,.n  tile  Ave,
.    -i'i. .     M"'    I'i" I    .,::    aVl IMI, .       i. I
���'.    i etli    Iel  -      I ������        ���    !00    $1,	
.'-..    alati      nn time al   7  pe i   ,','iit.
:���'..--.:   M   "i Sub,  1'.-. Tow ���          10    some
'  i   ' ��� Prii pet $1, i
I,    bal       ���   i  ,sv.
M     S   Ii Ti     ���   hip   13 ;   ..,' .     til iber :
'         it ! ���   s^lde :     Old   5-aere   or-
1      Prl        ' ���   ������        "������     ti rms.  $1.	
cash, a ii r -   :. .   . i|.|..i paj nn nl -
::   lo     ..;��� .  .   I,   l:  'limon I  Sl .  s ippi i-
���       te-r let.
SOlOMON   LODGE,  r'O, 17, A.
A. M.���Regular cottimunlca-
of this lodge are held on the
I Tuesday In eac\t month it
lie Temple, at 8   ,     ui.    Visit
.���thren are tonll ill ' Invited
��� nd.    u. W. Gilchrist. Sec
. CITY PRECEPTORY, No. 4.<-
K. of I. meets tout th
of each month, at s
In Orange hall, corner of
. ���-ni,' and 7th street. So
\ i . Sir Knights cordially in
i attend. W. B. Dunlop, W,
I    Hood, Reg,
|_  ORANGE   LODGE.   NO.   1150
eis  iti   Orange   hall   fi.'st  anel
Prl laj In each mon' i at 8 p
'. . lung brethren ai e cor Italic
itten I.    VV, Pop ���. \V, M .
.. ���   . Rec Sec.
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
(ith 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.
|>. F.���AMITY  LODGE,  NO. 27���
gular meetings of this lodge
': in Oddfellews' ha I, C ilum
et, every   Mon laj   eyei In i
i lock.    Visiting brethren cor
���   l to attend,   S. Ore i n
' S, Rh hmond, V. G.; W. C
m . it. S.;  .1. vv.  MacDon -: :.
Ad ms, Treas.
U, W.���FRASER  LODGE  No.   .
s the first and third Tues
each     it nnth.        Vis I te"
���, - or ��� I .lly j ivlted to in v.r,1
.  \. ��� i   I'. W. hall, ci:
���'  bloi k,  Clarkson   si reel    C
recorder;   Louis Witt
" ori ii ,n.
OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE.  .No
r0NS  OF   ENGLA'.'D.   B,   S ���
" i   ",'" meet j 9      nd am!
i  Wedn ' >d      ol     icl    n  m h
' ' P.  Hall,' Columbia  Sl . nl
. White   Rose Degr e, :���'       I
in   e H 1   monl a,      ' '
' I  : I " ���     Visiting  Bretl ren
li ���, ed       K   'i   Si
Pres.. il. Disne     S -   el    .
';   BRUNETTE, No. W99, I.O.F.
,     rth  Prldaj   In I In
clock,   it.   the
!    '       Visiting
���  .- cordi illv invited I ' "
B, Rushl a, p,  ll.;  F. !'
|     I, R. S.
J ROYAL COLUMBIA. No. BS
'��� P-���The regular meetlnnn
��� are held on tbe Sei n
: ourth Tuesdays of each n   ���
m. In tim (iiieif. !.,...'
>  Brethren are  cordlnlj
it-tend.   ;���:. C. Firth, C. R
well, .Sec.
ill acre'; Murphj Landing, I miles
, "-..��� Mission Junction. Just at the
i mi ling of Murphy Landing, about the
��� nl i '��� of in : 25 ai res i leai ed, mum- r
iltivatlon; l-rooni house, bai n and
- able; about one ai ��� ��� on hard, bear-
Price $1,350, on easy
term;   (cr Jl.2.0 cash).     ._'_'  ; icre,
'_  e .. '.. halt tn - li anil   i j ;,
' 's sectl c   :.'.  N'.-E. i     ner ol
N'.-U    ;  .  . n  , ;       Tim.      Fir,  ce-
tu! alder;     tod .  ,    from
Vale road; sandle road mid in _  ro id
.". lots corne   ol et h een S h
n i  Hth Av.-. on  -;i 1  sm. sl i" of 2nd
Sl    equal to imi" tu    .; paril    ch are I.
$500, half caoh.     A  . ph n lid    oppoi
invest nen
S roon . : ton house, ath ro un,
'������ id���: mil lit; i'i.I! size i lot, .(ixloti
' 'et, ������" . ..' Sl K i iveeii Ith and
" tli _ve on we sl ���-. Prite $2.3CC,
'_��� i ti li, bal         1 months at 7 '..
21 ai .-     ��� i   ��� ii ���   n!tiB m
:. ... .i ii       tl;     S roome i
.   il     '   ed;  ���.. ... 1  .hed,
chlcki n   barn   and     Fruil   ti ei a  of  .ill
��� % '..0i 0,   Terms one-third
n ���   ' IS m mth -
rom cl
$ 10 in "������
i'i'M.
mllton
r        $245,  'j
exclusive   properties  just   l.sted
with us for sale.
I. it 5, ippos Ite Knox church, s ip-
pi i mui. easl Columhl    Sti n
car line.    $.00 cash.
���; lots south si,;,, of S \ ��� ��� ���
verj llghl , tearing. 60x115._ fe el on
Sun. Block  1.0.    $1050 cash.
I lots on Fifth s  . 11, 12, i:j, 14,
Rub, 15, S Blk. 13. $350 each, half
ct sh, balance ii months al  7 ...
:.' Imhi " - ������ orner ol Men ival and
A .ne-.-; fu ' . ; I ������; cit; block 31,
loi ll: one liouse i enl s for $25, I he
other $10; 'las'., closets and all connected n ith sewers. Price $3,500.
Cash $2,000, balance In 6, 12 and Is
months al 7 ...
I actv cl i.'. . housi "M tl ,iin line neai'
Joyce station; partly cleared; fenced
. cross fronl facing I ram line. $1000.
$700 cash, balance an anged.
50 acres al Porl Kells al G.X.R, station; ! i.j storey house, it; x 28 feel:
good spring; .0 j'oung frui trees; new
barn being built; chicken house ami
stable; aboul 12 acres cleared and
fenced.    1' ice. $2,300. on  easy terms;
0 ��� $2,000 cash.
10 acre. 4 section 1 1. X. ''., of E V_
'f T i   ". ���   . miles I rom I ri Ige off
1 iawurth road, Sun ej : hou -e 1 Sx26,
I1., storey house, 3 rooms finished, another :: can be added upstairs; small
shack; 1,_ acres cleared and seeded
v ith i lover, red; fairly easily cleared,
iiif tulle from shingle mill. Price
$1.200;. terms half cash, balani e 12
months at 7  </,.
1 full sized lol mi St. Patrick's St.,
north side, between John McKeuzie's
and Glover's house. Price $475. half
ca -'n. Mai,nn-" in G months at 7 '..
Pull size I lot N'o. 12 em Royal Ave
and 8th Sm Price $.1050, li lit' cash,
balance al 7 ���,   per annum.
Westerly I. 11 of G3, Sale. Block 5,
132x132 corner 100 feel square; two
house'-; drawing $28 per montff. Price
$5,000, half cash, bal nice' in 6 and 12
months,
2 lots on Princess SI . No, 1! and
l_, between ilili and 7th Aviv, two lots
I'iMin Gth St. on south side. Price
N'o. II. $210, half cash, balance 6 mos.
���Il 7 ���;: No. 12, cleared, $315, half
cash, bal ince 6 mos. al 7 ���;.
11 iiihle ti nemenl house, tth Ave.,
I st an 1 2nd St.; I lot. Price $1,700:
cash half anel half in 6 months ai 7',.
M' nts for $10 each tenant.
1G0 S.E. \ of Section 26, Dist, 12,
I ���' acres.partly e leare i; Kanaka < reek
runnin \ through . good road : one' mile
uo th of Webster's corner; shingle
mill anl p i ���-. al the wi sl corner; tim-
' "" ���'.orth $7 per acre; i ��� lar aad fir:
I  miles    from    Port    Kane Price
$2,100; : .rms  $1,1 ill t tslt, balan -
: inge I.
10 ne lai il N'ew Westmin! ti r, i _
...  .-'    Div    14, Sttrre 1  t.,1'"-  I
bridge,    Price  $400;     $200
lit 7 ',', ;     near 111 ���  Tin n
vi - r.ani er;
:   mm  1: n;se,    ' ��� '   ��� ��� '   ,    anti
on   Lit li Sm. bel evi       y      n's and 3rd
V venue,
I ai      nppi     ii '������������'���..   \       and 2
lots  . est ol  Bth  St.;  lai -" le mse Of S
electrie      !i_.li     connei tions;
ad    trees and   Fi till   orchai I.    Prie e
''mm     ���    iOO .ca alnnce  In    m
year at 7 '',.
in S ti .. :
���    . :      ...
-���I.,:, 11  I      ',-
'';   i
til II        I
I
i   .     ,?:���'., per acre, ;
it 7 j
ill     .-
:��� ���
I,
:
.    $450,
._ ...^~
I  |o .     ' ���   '       eet,
���  ,.   . - Price $450
Ter i   .?: II) e :  '������ '��� terms
'��YAL  TEMPLARS   OF  TEM
-ance meet   every Wednesday
o'clock  p.  nt.,  in   Oddfellows'
Columbia    street.     Visiting
11 are cordially Invited to ai
' ��� Burr, S. _.; N. R. Rro^r.
JP SCOTLAND BENEFIT A3
-ATION. LORD OF THE ISLES
p, 191���Meets on the First an I
', '"" i ��� ' ' every mon i ��� i
.' ���'��� H ill, John McNIvi o
��� "��� -i. Porn ster,  Rec   Sei
House e n ne     i ;  -;      --1' :   '   '
Ave,;   n roo ns;   - full si ied Vh ;   6G.\
r;       orchard    of    apple     ��������� ���      it
plums.    Price $4,000, $2,000 i tsl
mice on iIme  -: 7 ���  .
A Good Special
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
right across from old reservoir, city limits. 81200.
Half cash, half in six
months. ,
House 21x2 '��� 1 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. v';.e acre
iai ly cleared. Land No.
L Bal. easily cleared.
L'1 j   >;     house,   10   re,mus.   also
Im     i\ ome  ts;   lot    GGx 132;
.',',,   ..     , ��� of lot set out wil ii
treca    an 1    nice    la am.    P   ,
$2,750. .1.5.MI c ��� Ii,   ' ilance G and  12
mths a   7 | . .- i "mm
Snap in Lots.
Vacant lots for salo In all parts of
the city, from $25.00 to $3,-60
Pull    l_ed  lol in  Sapperton, facing
unci " s reet,    Price $150 cash.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between (3th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easv.
.-. ���. ten 1 one half acres, one acre
cleared ready for planting; 1 1-2 acres partly cleare I. House, 5 ro m -.
14x2-1 n ���.   and   half,   small  barn;
ten house: fruil 11 ees an i sl aw-
plants; $1,700, half cash; b ilance    n th i'i- a, ml hs al  7 per oent.
This i - a \ aluable holding, an I near
to l lie ci y, call and bring 'his advertisement ��Ith you for further parti
. ilars.
17 lots, full size l on 6th sl reet, in
Burnab; . Ba sl side 100 yards from
Clifl  ('an   factorj-.    Price  $1,020.
1 'i acres go .,1 fruit land in Surrej:
can        bought  now for $25  per acre,
oi     [uarter cash needed, balance
in one or two years at 7 per rent.
4S0 acres, Maple Ridge, Sections 2S,
29 an 1 32, Township 9, one-half prairie, rest brush and some small trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Section 29, $60 per acre; Section 2S, $55
per acre. Telephone al Hammond;
telegraph station, i'itt River Bridge,
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
One full sizeel lot, 66x132; 2 storey
house; 7 rooms; flush closet up_1 ill -;
al! modern Improvements; new house;
$3,000. !L. cash, V_ in 6 months al 7
I a cent. Good sized stable and fruil
trees. Second house from Sth Btreel
nest, on upper side,
160 acres, Langley, 25 unlet cultivation: house, barn, sheds, etc. all in
.niii repair; a snap al $3,000, half
cash.
Five cottages and two lots on First
street, opposite Queen's park. Price
$7,000.
la acres in sec. 32. Timber, fir, cedar and alder. Good soil: good roads.
Apply for  ful!   particulars.
Lots 17. IS, 19, 20, 21, face on 16th
streel and Sth avenue; :' cottier lots
$250; I inside lots $200 each. Price
$950,  cash.    Single  lots a;   cash,
160 acres, Westminster district, 4n
acres under cultivation, lei acres orchard. ���"���, acre strawberries planted
this year; a! ier bottom land; running
.-; ring; house IS x 22; frame barn 30
x  32;    1 l-post   frame  house   and   co*
a les, three in all, stable S cows and
- span horses; near Mission Station;
-. boots, i hurches nea al band;
steamer lan Is : wil e a     i   ;   il    '-lee
acres timber, fir and cedar, never ' u
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
ie ��� ise ra t ie of hewe I tim       laid ii
irtar, 12 x 30    A chani e "r ,,  ' I
., $9,000; $4,oo' ��� ish,     lanc_     G
per i enl
>i\ lots, 50x130, otitsl le cil limits
$50 each   lot.     Fuller   parti   ilars   m
��� , tl -.'.
Four    ind   one-half -     et\
:
il : ���      eel     Price %:.
.6   ic    -   i   '    n lie m   ������       mt, G.)
IL  runnin        iro igh,      $9,460,  terms
easy,    investlg tte,
i
2-storey house. 1 ith, I
!oset, fui
5'. fee      icin me      ia,l
'treet. 110 fee $2,400, ._ ( ash
Lot 14 on F nue, sub B. 10
.'1'  sub  1'.  $300 cash.   '..   ,     ...    .   . ' ���
55 feel   bj   132 fee
Large lot and tft i ittage3 on Columbia street, Sapperton. Both rente.l
at $10 each.
One and one-lie,: storej house and
full size lot, situated north side of
Royal avenue and corner of McKinnis
si reet; 9 rooms: ' i ro im, hoi and
cold n ater. close!: wood -'..��� i; young
hi irlg fruil trees; streets on three
es; line view. Price $1,800. $900
i ash.
One e '/������ l lot, 2n 1 1"' from corner, 1 ith streel an I i h ivenue, lot
66 Xl 14 feet.   $250 cash.
HOUSE and. LOT
'' nl rally located in a commman ling
ation; Third avenue, at. foot of
Fifth street, Two and oue half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold watei', bath, flush closet, lava-
lory, electric light; nue lawn; lot
'i��:x;:,_. with lane in rear; part of Iot
set oul with fruil trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
2 lots, 20, 21; Xo. 20, $170; No. 21,
(corner) $175, Durham and Second
streets.
6 Lots facing Columbia
street. Sapperton. $1,000,
half casi.. bal. on easy
terms.
One hundred and sixty acres X. \V,
V4 Sec. 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, 5 acres slashed,
Xo. 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. One
thirel cash, balance on time. 7 per cent.
Interest.
One hundred and sixty acres, X.\Y.
', Sec. 25. Township 16, 2% miles
I'm::.. Abbotsford, creek running
through, ."..i acres alder bottom, said
to be $600 worth of timber on the
property. Price $10 per acre, L, cash,
balance on time.
Ten acres in Lot 463, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleared.   $30 per acre.
Double tenement liouse, 5 rooms in
each house, water, light, full size lot,
between First and Second street,
Fourth avenue, on nortii si ie. Price
$1,500, half cash, balance in one year
at ii per cen*.
LOTS OF LOTS
nil over the city for sale
from $511 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
j us where you want a lot
and we can suppjy^
I FOUR ACRES MURCHIE ROAD.
1 BURNASY. $!:-0 PER ACRE.
I;,.'t e    and three      .ts, corner   Ird
and 11 ih  St.;  5-roon      .use
":.    Pi i, e $1,500, mi" thii 1  .
i al, it ati i i _ months al 7 per ���' nl
i' >tt:i'-"  .,     I   rooms    nnd     ��    id
--illl     -'  :'...   ;        I     I .'      I 1x132,    ..'.     Ml I    lot
i' ;  A\        mi' 3th   St..    �� . -���   side ;
Hi   ��� ���>      ,. ip' '-. a :  sink   Mil  pnn-
-   000 :   !��� rms  $200  en it     I
I i   nt'itv nl   7  |.,"' .'.ill. ,,:��� rents at  $1 I  p
for one y, _i
2   Ints    ,|T   I'uiiil., rt,in,]   St.,   Sap]   i toi
'���'!-.'.< r lot.
���I acre's west hulf Section  17 in Surrey,
% Illll.
:'  lots corner of  ICth and St. Andrew's
Ft., I"'-.', i" n ith and ."'th ... ��� . wesi sld ���
..���' linli st.: all clenred. Price$.00, half
cash, l.iiiiii,'.. 6 months al 7 per oenl;
hoth run through from streel to street;
a stood bargain.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.co per acrs, h ilf cash, i alance e .   .
Hi . bi " -   nil ten     I, i ��� t ly for cui
''��� sti m,  good  wat :\ ha ���   from
Bl ho  I,  al   Chiiliwack,  $75  per  aor?.
I ���       i ��� "ei"!    house . al!    in i lei n
s, on Carnarvon streel an l
    two s   reys, $3,750.
' size I. l..2x'   .   corner o
he Crescent;  1    lomi      h mse.    Price
$10,500. i j, cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
11 onths,
.   12 "ii  12th  SI . ��� ist   -' le;   1"
Pi .e e $2,500. one-third
cas'i. Lal. 6,  12 and 18 months
a   bloi   i,    ���' ii ���   lan Is,  near
i  ������   lon, $20 per acra
;'"     .   full   sized    '  '.   on    Kea
-' eel.  Sn i]  ���������:   rents   lor  $10 pe:'
Only $1,050.
i"   rooms,  i!_    lots,   near
renue   and   S i .enth   Bl reet,
$2,000.   Terms i an    ���  u _flg 11.
I fail sized Lots   bel ween   Seventh
:        ���    and Ha itreet, east of
i    hth strei      ill a I fenced;
i In b barn on on of the ! il s, $1,500,
half ca -it. balance one j e ir at 7 per
cent,
7 Lots on  Tu -      it, 1 Btween
Q ioi n's ind Third avenue; wes' side
of i ar shop; full size. Prii ��� }3,500
cash.
10 acres North roa I, ", of a mile
fl' ���;; < Ity limits on Po:m .Moody: .
i res un ler cultivation; 7-roomed
house; frame barn; chicken house,
barn 40x80; fence I and In good .���
ilr iuth : i.m Price $4,500, half
h, bal, in ti months at 7 per cent.
4_fe__*!P /
���Real  Estate Brokers
G5fe>       %^^^__Fi
ANCIENT  FINANCE.
Tra-.
ing    in   the    Days    3sfore    M.ney
Wi =.  In Circulation.
Assyria, with ber Immense hosts and
her spacious and magnificent cities,
bad ii . monej: Egypt opulent, populous and abundant Bxypi had no money; ancient Persia, before the age of
the first Darius, had no mom
early Hebrews, and even during the
most prosperous peri'.,' of the age of
Solomon and down to the time of ,lu-
das Maceabaeus, were without money;
Etruria from first to last was without
money; Home was without money to
tbe time of Servius Tullitis. and the
Greeks ot the heroic ages were equally
destitute of money, Among all lliei-io
nations gold and silver, when used iti
barter, were weighed out by the' scale-;.
as ulmn Abraham purchased tbe cave
of Macpelah "he weighed to Ephron
the silver which lie had named In the
audience of the sons of Heth." i
Anciently there was me money in
Arabia, or the riches of the patriarch
Job would nol bave been estimat -1
by his camels, oxen and she asses,
India, Persia, Assyria, Judaea, Kir . I
Greece, Etruria, Home, the nations of
Asia Minor. Including Tyre and Its de'
pendencies, all arrived at civilization
and comforl wlthoui the current use
of cash anil carried on their extensh ���
mercantile and manufacturing transac
tions merely ley bartering commodities
in kind, bullion being reckoned among
tiiose commodities, These nations were
populous almost beyond credibility and
transported their produce, manufactures iiii.i other merchandise in ships
of Tyre and Tnrshish from Ophlr an I
the utmost iiniianisie (Ceylon) to Gaul
and the "tin Islands" of Scllly or Vigo.
- Xew York Press,
A   SEAT  OF   MANY   ILLS.
Eye Strain  Is Responsible For a Number of Ailments.
When   tin'  specialist  tei   whom   tb-'y
had taken their sixteen-year-old daughter on account of what seemed to be a
ease of incipient melancholia din .nose'.!
the ease us one of eye strain  nnd ordered prompt treatment from an oculist, the parents of a young N'ew York
girl were astonished.   Eye strain seem
ed   as   remote'   from   melancholia   as
would corns on the feet.   Their astou-j
ishinent was proportionately Increased
when after a few treatments and ac-!
quiring glasses  the child  showed noticeable Improvement. ;
Latter day medical science traces to
eye strain ninny ills which seem so re-,
mote from the eyes that formerly physicians never thought of establishing h
connection  between them.   Sied; head
ache, nervousness, melancholia, Insomnia, are but a few which have of late
be mi laid to the door of weak oye3, the
proper   treatment   having   been   ueg-'
lected.
Nervous diseases of the nature of St.]
Vitus' dance are now thought to origi-.
nate frequently In eye trouble. The
weak eyes blink Incessantly, ami this
leads to a general contortion of thn
facial muscles, which grows on the
subject through constant repetition.���
Exchange.
The Names of Te^. ,
We talk glibly about Pekoe, Bohea,
etc.. but few people have' any idea of
what these names signify. "Pekoe"
In the dialect of Canton means "white
hair," for the tea which bears this
name is made from the youngest
leaves, so young that the white down
Is still ou them, "Sooehoug" In the
same dialect is a epiite uupoetlc name.
It merely signifies "small kind."
"nourishing spring" is the meaning
of "Hyson." "Kongo" signifies "labor." Much trouble and toil are expended in its preparation at Amoy, and
these are commemorated In Its name,
"Bohea" Is called after a range of hills,
-Portland (Ore.) Journal.
To Clean Bronzes.
It is nut a g:>...l plan to clean bronzes,
as the polish is very easily spoiled, but
if necessary nothing Is better than
cleaning them with water and an mo
nla, using ;i stiff brush like a nailbrush,
Dry carefully after rinsing thoroughly.
'I hey should be carefully dusted every
day with a soft cloth and a feather
brush, ami a little sweet "il may be
rubbed on occasionally. To remove
stains from brouze make the article
very hot liy dipping it in boiling water.
Then rub it with a piece .et' annuel dipped In suds icale- from yell iw soap,
rubbing clean with -...ft linen cloths.
Good   For  Evil.
There are some people who turn
cray. luft do not grow hoary; whose
face-; are furrowed, but not wrinkled;
whose I; tarts are sorely woiin.le.l in
many places, but are not dead. There
Is a youth that bids defiance te> old age,
and there Is a kindness which laugh.
at the world's usage. These are they
who have returned .noil for evil, Whom
the' needs love die youn.. and t!iey die
young because they never crow old.���
Selected.
Awkwardly Put.
This Is one of the things one wouiel
rather have put differently: Mr. Bum-
blepup (at fancy dress ball) I must
apologize for coining In ordinary evening dress.     Hostess    Well,   you   reaiiy
have the advantage of us. We're all
looking more foolish than usual, and
;'ou'i- not.--Punch,
Little Thinking.
Mr. Borely (who lias been criticising)
���Now, don't be offended. You know. I
always say what I think. Miss Cutting You don't talk much, do you, Mr.
Borely?���Illustrated Hits.
Agents for Employers' Liability, r.nd Union Fire Assurance Co. o? London.
H Is only reason that tenches silenca.
The heart teaches us to speak.-ftlct.
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T "I! J.   I�� A 11. Y   N K VY
THURSDAY, apRil
TEA!   TEA!!
We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon
Tea. in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
A BIG BATTLESHIP
BUILDING FOR JAPS \
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Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
Rooming House
...FOR SALE
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IMMENSE     WARSHIP    WILL    COST   ���
OVER      ELEVEN      MILLIONS���   *
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CONTRACT PLACED  IN  BRITAIN   ���
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A
Household 1
Necessity
London,   \; ri!   ;0.���11    is    reported
le re e hat ; he largest I attleship in the
.mm!, m, have displacemi nt nf 21,000
te t:^. '- to be   eitilt in England for the
.laj anese governmenl and that ;i emu-   .
.i issi ea .ii:-, .ij., en 'its way here trom   .
��� mi for th" purpose e.t' placing  the  J
11 ntraci   with  .mm-  i i   . nother nf tit    ���
' %  Put up in twenty-three
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building
ct "tii   British   shipl uildi rs.
:;is new    attl ��� 1::,>  will
abot
11 1,250,000.
CHARITY   AND    RED   TAPE.
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tints and white
Ladies
.
Cravennettl
COAT,
i    ~i-    '"   >������-       ,_��?
Aku��r
in all weighti
Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,    Maryland ��� Guaranteed
Kaiser's   Donation  Tcok   Four   Months
�� flt�� to Reach Victims.
Berlin,    _;,i .1   10,    '!' ;     Berlin. .-  '/.< .
says   that    thi     Kaiser sent    .,
���    ie ������ ai    the s  ffi   ���
I MURAL0 I
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the ��� ���   ���   plosion a    Witten   J
Ready for use when
mixed with water
foui      ������ He mi   surpris   1 ���
to   ri ci ive   no  a    nowledgemenl   and X 	
oi li n .  thai  an  i nouiry  : i   ma I ���
!V ''"'��� ��� sti      thai dur- ��� Any person can apply it ���
���  ���    in -ti"..   ��������-��� *
passing  t     n on.   officii 1  tee anothe
and had ,i'i-t ri , 'he : the sufferers.
���
! ANDERSON \
Und lusby I
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS and PRESTON
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT SIREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Looks Like Thirty Cents.
London, Ont., April In.���A threaten-  f
erl  strike  among the  painters  ��� E the
i U.v   culminated    t eday     when    fully
thn e-quarters  of tli"    painters    quil   ��� ���
work   for   more   money.     They   have  �������������������������������������������������������������������������*
been receiving  25 cents an  hour and   	
have asked for 30 cents,    it  is claim-  "
ed  that  every union  man in the city     ��  �� . ��
quit   work.      At   a   meeting   held   to-  A-OSOlute ACCtirOCy
day the employers decided to offer 27
'_.  cents an heiir to be paid to such
"��� n   ; s   are   worth it.    This compromise the painters refuse.
Serviceable, stylish coats, every one,     .; .
jjjj desirable during this rainy weather.    !_ ��� tallyd^l
sirable throughout the dry season, being I    -.
weight than cloth coats.
A large range just to hand.
A   SPECIAL COAT AT A   LOW   PRICE���$9.75   each.
M idi of heavj cravenetti . ite dark - bad . trli
and cuffs with contrasting shades of broadcloth, wit
trimming.     The besl  long coal  we' have evei  sho' i
CRAVENETTE   COATS   ���$6.75 to   .20.00   each.
Our stock of these coats Is largi     ni w  than on  an
sion.    We offer greal choice In s   ipes,  check    overpl
SPECIAL   VALUES   IN   CRAVENETTE   SKIRTS.
Most       hades of grey, all ��� . 1. $7.00 to $12.00.
jiosotuieaccuracy tnT   p   nni i icTrn  n   n
in Dispensing I W. S. COLLISTER & C(
P. O. Box   345
YsleU.
St. Augustine, Fl:iv founded by the
Spaniards in 15G4, is generally stiid to
be the oldest European settlement
within the preseni litpits of the United
States, but sum. twenty or thirty
years earlier Coronado, tbe Spanish
conqueror and explorer, leading an es
pedltion from the Cit. of Mexico northward, litnl founded some sort of a
Spanish colony at the ancient Indian
village of Ysleta. it-, El Paso county.
Tex. In the southwest it is therefore
claimed that Tsleta s the oldest European settlement In t'ie United States.
St. Louis Republic.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
b___l
is  a special feature here.
Your   doctor   knows   what
quantities and materials to
put   in  your   prescription.
Here you get exactly what gX3_KH_K��B0fi^^
your doctor orders.    Every J
drop is measured and every *
grain is weighed by scales V
and measures proved ac- >;
curate by tests. V
It is in your health's interest  !���!
to   nave   your   prescriptions  >
filled by us.
FURNITURE
'Phone   105
'Phone
When  the Bright Weather Comes
then the bare spots will show. Take advantage of the weather and
brighten up the home by doing your painting now. Use the celebrated Canada Paint Co's well known
"STAG   BRAND"   PAINTS
Alabastine���
Gocd A iswer.
A theological student supposed to be
deficient in judgment was .-iskeei by a
professor In tbe course of a class examination:
"Pray, Mr, E., b_>w would you dis
cover ti fool?"
"By the' questions 11<- would ask,"
was tit., rather strxinlng reply, -Philadelphia Inquirer,
T.A.Muir&Co's |
DRUG  STORE
Ellard Block,
'.'ew Westminster
'��� I " Fim   ' and Largest St. ck i :' Furniture i   to be sei n a1 F
Our clearance   . le it still on.   Over $15,0i      toe . still to gi .
New good        ivin   daily.    Latest styles and best finishes,
W. E. FALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
fi r
The most popular of all Wall Finishes. Read,
for use when mixed with cold water. Always
Clean!   Always Tidy!   Always   Bright.     Ask
Core't Gr.'w Stale!
Many n mun bew ills his lack of s
cess In life after hi  has permitted b
FISHING
TACKLE
;���;   7'6 and 713 Columbia St.     Four Floors.      Rear Extension. Front St
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BRYSON
SONS
Hardware, iMonarch Ranges        187 Columbia St.    Tel. 65
.i     Agents for ' Kl.KN'O."   __
self to p;et into a n.t.    While (Ireamin.   CJ .  *        ,       f^ }
of success he has  _eeu as blind as a   OpOrtlllP       VJOOQS
bat aud slower t_au two snails,    lie
Toys. Dolls
blocked   his   own   way
L'UiOLi
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Paper 2 Envelopes
JUST   OPENED   AT
J. J. MACKAY & CCTS
BOOKSELLERS      STATIONERS
NEWSDEALERS
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Dates Ahead.
April  12���Oddfellows'   reception   tc
Grand  Mas ter.
April  1_���A; : on   an 1    Cand;     Sal -,
Mrs. McKam,  ISO   ish  street.
. i.   l_    Knox Church   Lecture.
April 1       ��� Inivi rsit;   Meeting, Board
.   Tl te li    :
Api il   13���La rosse nn i 1 ing.
Ayril  i 5��� Wonn n's Hos dta    Anxlli-
Meeting.
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FANCY GOODS
DO    YOU    WANTI
A Good Home, Cheap!
Six rooms, pantry, all nicely papered and
painted; house 2-st rev: well situated i n a
corner lot on Tenth St.; lot 66 x L32 ft; 1.
fruit   trees;    nice   lawn;    splendid   view.
Price ����1,750���
.erms can be arranged.
217-219 Columbia Sl
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and��� INSUR/    I
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Ititer-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
Stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a, m. to ll p.
in. excepting at 7:30 and *::!��
ti. in. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park tu
Vancouver only.
30   Minute    Service    during   re-  ��
malnder or day.   Transfer at
Leopold Place.
*
Sunday   Service   litilf-hotirly   be' ���
tween 8 a.m, and 11 p.m,
Sapperton  Line.
15  Minute  Service  from  6.25  it.
J   City Limits Llrte���Service from
j 6.15 11.111.  tee   11   p ra.
T   20 Minute Service���No transfer.
v       Between 12 and 11 nnd 6 and 7.
! British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd %
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in mi ll p.m., except between ���
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, during ��
which hours the service will he J
half-hourly, *
Sunday Service hnir-nnurly iie- *
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m. *
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Fourth We ... close to car, modern Hous -. 7 ooms;
newly :   throughout;  4 bedrooms upstairs,      Price
 $3,000
Fifth Street, below Fourth Avenue, new modern dwelling,
s    rooms;     !    bed rooms and  bath upstairs.    Price $3000
��� mil  Street, good house, 7 large rooms;    orchard and
stahle; lol 110 x 2D0 feet; all cleared; brick basement
under kitchen.    Price   $3,550
St. Georgi   Street, two houses, S rooms; light; cit.\ n tti
nice  gardens,       Price $2,C00 . ich
Sixth Street, below Fourth Avenue, two modern bungalows, 5 rooms, bath, pantry, etc.; nice lots, with lane I
back.    Price   $2,coo ���   . _
Good  terms can  be arranged on the above properties.
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SIMPLE i
Xanaimo Street, ".vei cottages on full sized lot;
cleared.    For cash sale    .���	
$500
Limited
jF.J.HART&C0.Lt_.;,nVFPmF m TUE NF,
m   LASTING
k .1 \,ilii! ibirif:1",;!f]i    as well as sanitary results are
|i'i. pji,u& j >----''-h_���"j.'.'_���     obtained from the use of Alabailine.   In-
1 ��ip;^-1__g0-'"^7 "    8tea'1 of deterwrating with ��ge, it actually
'   ���Wl��'1    -       **       '"- 5    becomes harder, until at last  it forms
part of the wall itself.
ALABASTINE
with its plain tints, supplies a luxurious wall-covering for the
most handsome rooms, leaving your walls free from the delirium of wall papers. We will be glad to tell you more about
.Alabastine, if you will ask us. Let us show you a tint catd
and cutting of wood with 55 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustibic pins.
AlCkinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J.  TRAPP & O

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