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 VOU'ME
M MBER 56
N: ^   \> I STMIXSTER,B.( ..  lilt RSDAY MORNING, M \R< H 7. 1907.
10 CENTS PKR WEEK
\0DERTAKING   GROWS
GREA TER
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JAPANESE LOAN.
Canadian-Mexican Steamship Line Interests :? my Will
Result in Large Increase of Trade Bet'; n the Two
Countries���Mexico's Day is Coming.     g
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.     in this n* w ent*
Vnd   this is  .1
9 '..��� ii it  is
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d genera
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lex
Ling     It  can
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far then      said R. B
red 1    ...    liere.
ces    prevail on
��� ssai lea oi life.   Ex-
.  imixn ������ .1 merchan-
11   the rale    rathei
;..     Manj   families
[hi :   States  to purchas
eet.   A large  quan
: . 0 ight  in by par* 11
st.  Tin g up of this pai 1 ��� Is
si in :���    United    6 at*
���   merchants somi
.. isi   ev* nl uall)   1 ���
. ��� ��� 11 that to be s 1*   ���
��� 11 ..   ::. .-���  be .-. ' isfi   .
:. -  bas* d on  ...
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-   leslre i  result  .1 out
. ni ip line will un I < .
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���   ndon, Ma vhd   The prospectus of theJap-
|:   l~<   ���      ers   n loan will be   ssued March 9 and
��� '���'��������� ch 11.   The amouni will  be $115,-
*00, al   5 per cent,  and the issue price will
1 i  99 1-2.
;-- ��� ^ this i .ho apporti med to Lon
don and thi Paris,  where the loan will be 1
lied hy Roths      1  Brothers.    In London the '
issuini Parr's Bank, the Hongkong
������   ���  Sl   C      ra    n,  the Yok     ima Sp<   i*
Bi    . and th<   . .   .
loan    s intended < x< lusively  ; >r the re-
������'".>. $1] 0 6 per cent"    ids issued
19   .
DEAD HINDU BURNS ON
HIGHWA Y
Irate Lulu Islanders Threaten to Shoot Inspector Pearce
Because He Supervises the Burning of a Dead Sikh
Near the Dumping Grounds.
.i.
Ith
���
ni iv steamshi
.... ;.
���:.���:... ...
imers
da*  has conn    s   .:.
Thai   Mexi*    -
- ��� ���     ��� \ ���   .. i
two countries an      Irawn
��� ��� commercia
-   : i
fori       ....       s   ihi -  ���
each will     i       .....
���   ��� ���   ��� Is are evei
kno��. . ie
��� ti  .    i ���     u ...   u hich   W :
e Can
Mi sii an      Pacific     Stean
lln*       s been repi    i
louio        i her wav to Victo
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SHERIFFS SINCERITY TEMPLARS TERMINATE
IS STR0NGL1 DOUBTED        SlffiSSFUI. SKSSI0.\
.   shoo! yoti "
I.      ���. I.    ;,.,;���! SSI .      t*
in   tr;
...       i    morning
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i
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e ���:e<4 with   rmtt* ice.
ji\ re.   nn.,   th(       I tit*
b   .������....   ��������� ���   K harima.    Toi
h and a  ff'��  i':	
.....   n in be  taken   up
.,������.���.    ;.
���   ��� ������.    In   the  holj   wati
i ��� . ._���...
    ���        ng i
���    ���     ��� ���-       i   thi
       ���      ��� ���
ciniti
hreaten.
mt for thai
offi. ���  ���-   e cons    ���* move
Ruef  M.ssmg When Wanted ���Ncbody   Banquet Brings Big Annual Rally to a i    Sikh   and  ere
Knows Where to Find Big
Eoss.
.i isco,     March    I     V
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��� ���   .     ;    I   Shi
Close���Dr.  Emory Talks on
Temperance.
rhi    < li ��� ,.���.     ��� - ��� ���    ;  i
.        . ...
i     v, i iven      oughi
��� i  i
  e <     '      ���: ol      Ra
than    ���   ���  ���      b a ta get for a )��� ��� ���
M     i'i    v.   gav*   insl   ictlonE  '
' ���   i remation to take pis ce on  thi
 half a i iie fm ,! -
wa; thi   dump.    Even this e ���
i mem did not se*   ��� to please tl *       \- ��
KING'S   AUTO   EXPLODES.
Collector   Sets   Fire   to   Machine
With   Due   Results.
March   6.    :- wa 6
.....      y  flri
,v   ..... ,,   ,...,.   exa   Ining
Hip macl    ���  with a lant<ern ihe flame
 ict with tl ts ���if
i can ol     ... nm  and  the  oil  im
���  i blazed up.   The automobile
. . ���   . .       ���. |
;      '   ' ' ' e    R.    T.   I :. ',.'.. ���.     .       ,     ;,v,v     ftfld     PRIVB   I
MEN TALK PUNISHING PEDAGOGUE
ABOUT CONSTITUTION RECEIVES REBUKE
Li-g    D scussions     Result     in     Few    Ladner    Schoolmaster    Severely    Cen-
Changes���Only   One   Referee sured tor Caning Curtis' Child
This   Year, ���Cautioned to Be Careful
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Mil      ���
Co am bla  Amateu* La-
���  atlon   mei   lasl   night  in
foi  Lhe  purpose ol
��� -��� Liiition.    Those i n
\   Welsh, president, M.
e.tary;   Me srs.     Lyni li
reseni lng New Westmin
- s.   Murra>.  McMartln,
mled  in  the inti   ���
I     ���   :.i,.;-.   The Vancouver's
ed b>   I.. York.
, lon     was    thoroughlj
i i   discussed,   bui   very
nts weir suggested. Tbe
���' -. upon n hich i here �� a ���
��� ii   ' he i ights of a player
< club and play for another
-imi   of  having two  re-
old     clause  regarding
ng one club for another,
-   iimi  n   player  shnll   be
ni change ln the  season,
-  notice prior to the
ng effect wns sustain-
onsl lerable  discussion  It
thai the matches during
- in should be refereed
eree and one judge
��� '    e disinterested par-
i her    matters    w* r*
. Bed, after which
n ii" i
.TEH GETS
EIGHT HAYS IHIIil
:|) .Vithm   Two   Weeks���Tar
��� eathers For  Next
Brute.
et* :
I'I   pi
���������"���,   ,
McR,P
th.
n
hard labor ��  t the
H glstrate  Coi bould
Ken,  MrU:ir, convicted
i islng his. wife.
ie came home Mon-
toxli ited condition,
make himself .11-.
:i extent thai Mrs.
Ige i   in  geeh   protec
������ station
ems in be wax-
tbje*t, this   he-
������   ���' li b has occurred
two  > ������������ks. one man
���   ��� lie to    ich nn ex-
.'���r to the hospital.
een rowed to
e CorTi      r ��� ���
. :    he n !   '    ' Ife
look  | i
The Ladn* i  i hil i beai Ing i ase ��.i>
��� lioroughlj   threshed      it  at i em
ii ��� ei -...    ���     ''���!..���. Inei    ohool
n tl irtles wen
n   to l ;..   ��� ,      ii* e    \V   E  Cu:
tis    wh     com] la I e I   thai   1. -   j'oin
m n   !.:..;     een ��    iell     llialtl  :���'��� I   PX
.   .. i opinion in  no  mea n
.....      \   , . '   ���        in.   ih.
u ':;:��� decision was li i i li (
i To ihe I; ihi I of Trustees, 35*        i
���lie!:
Your i' '.HiHiii!''' ol the whole ini
lighting . barges made by  VV   E     'ui
.- againsi   Mr.   Vnderson, flrsl assist-
, ���   in   Ladner  school,   fo    Inflicting
i oi i .nnl punishment on his son, V. Mj
i .; ��� La,   wiili   undue   Beverlt).   Inn inn
hi .ml all the evidence available have
come unatilm iusl>  lo the dicision
1st,    Thai   Mi.  Anderson   wns  pro
., ,;���, i,in nevere In al lensl two cu i
2nd Thai  having hoard lhe explan
��� on ,,!   Mi   Cloi k, lhe principal, �� '
on Idei that all n of disci     n
:,     H e|.   lefi   in his  bandi     n
future,  nn 1   Ihnl   it   would   he  unv- I
��� i, .   i,      i   in  Intel fere    fin h* i
thnn cpni    ���   Mi    Vnih    nn foi   h* hi
lo,     i��ven e  tv nlj
., .,    prl tn   md     i caution hlm   ������ '
fit]   mi   [ iture,
, ���   u      i'\i'i. sv. i \si:\
Cli tli in i i
NO  TWO   CENT  FARES.
Senate   Indefinitely  Postpones   Boone'l
Cheap   Rate  Bill.
Olympia,   March    0    The    Senate
mill.m I committee ha ��� decided In I i
, i the Indeflnlle po iponemcnl of
Uoone'ti  two-cent   rare bill.    The
., ,,i i ommli  Ion's amend* tl ai ���    gl
be   rallro i i   i ommlfli lon   |tn It dl   I m
,,,.     the   , ���' ttenger  fares,  and    the
more  con et    '' "   members of   Ihe
Senate I eli*   ��� ' il   titiestlon should li ���
left  in the commission In tead of   il
tempting to rcgtilate II through  up*
i lal acts
ha I been unable i.
���   ���            .   . . ...         ini
reason    .      h. fl       ailur.   I
.
i. i<       offic.
as call. .....
i .  .                 .. e he hi
���'...     i eclared h.   had
mu seen adj.       m. p*
,..:.!      II'
ar.i said 11
Bi i   . od   wait    foi    him
ha I    i emained    until    6
o'clock  ai      11        :      not  come  fftid
l:e 1 at   S, but  did  nol
see R ed whj he had
��� ���   '    ft) Inj .-.   ;  .   . :;>   in
  die and   eplied that he
.. - isi       .   aut. mobile
. ��� ... and thai    .       I not Be.
���: ,i    , 11      .       these I He wi
, nf Alt
.
:
I
iown to a  " < v< ������   ���>���.���������
:   i iet, a meet ng
......      Oi    . Hows'    hal .
selecl   ���    ��� .    ��� <.  pn
si ling      lmni<       ���      aftei  th ��� ���
 "   .  .'   .i
....  i    : nd New
ion  H   Brow n.   i ion inion    .    es.
, i ���  ti.   r. \    Emor*    '���'
��� , ���  n,   who
.....     with lon
Emor)   wa-  asked   lo I   lo    chi
the   im i  Ing,   bui   cont.    ���      hims* il
....   i n congi al
the  n. T   ol   l'   .". I he i   I* i
.   ��� . .
��� ���       . '- i'i    Hi.'     l I
i   ;      ven to fu    ���   ��� i    I t
���   .             . have 1 mei
large i        . I  I ���
��� iibl* I  at   a
. .   i .       i   \..i.      travel]   I
nloii
II       \e\>    W. Dili
Booth   Arrives.
\.        Mar. h  tj    11* n*   ���   Wll-
thi   Island, an.] ilu i tv Booth, thi  aged leadei   if ihp
ark*   addressed   Salvation  Aim*, arrived hen
daj frorii London. He will spend iwo
���i .i - --- tin iiiiesi of llis daughter,
. ;.,,,n , Miss Eva Booth, who la
In ��� harge of Hie American work of
' ��� ��� rganlzatlon, and then wil! leave
i,-i Montreal, Toronto, Ottawa, Van
eonvei md Seattle whence he Will
Bail for .la.ian
tic.
ation of I he bodj was wit.
���   . ti   cr. wil. the major
i;-   ' i ng   ������ 1* "   * ountrymen of  the
.........        '!    .    , .   ��� ��� .. i,u       ii .    .    ih.
led out ' ii  i  ��� vloue oc
lh.   bod*   being   v* ashed  and
MINISTER RECEIVES
TWO REPUTATIONS
RAH ROARS RAISE
RATE OE PAYMENT
No
Decision    Rendered    After    Four
Hours' Interview���Both  Sides
P.esent   Arguments.
Weston    Lines   Increase    Salaries   to
All   Employees���Men   Want
*2 Per Cent.
Ottaw i.   Mar. h   6    The   deputation
i ..���.,,i.      and nlll* '  Interests wlii.-h
i   \ *
\i
r    \. .  ���       .     r -eniii
the sheriff,
i:  ef since H ���
Hern      \  '
!. ���       .      i . it the i      i    and
I tliat Buff would bi
���  few   lay*
11 it ���     termii
1)1        ;;:_     b :-    1 I, ��� ���
stent afl bowing tin    the eff.
t.   fin i Riu'l  bad nol   been sin* * i e   m
f the i hoi Iff,  adding
i    n       ��� ���. i   '      the i h<! :,'t  ha ���
......    ��� ���,. , -i
Sliortridg*       ���������
n; sue   thai   ��� hi     Putin       ' ��������� ��� edlni
v.i re   Illegal,   but    ludge     11 nine
htm  off  and  Bald thai   In
point   .-ni   ellsoi
it g   i;' 11 ��� (
lie �� din
si    Paul,  March C    Following   the
li;,eemenl  * btei ed  bj   fwrty-twn   gen
iting Otl  wa    i connection with   eral   managers   representing  al!   the
i-i   .���   the   I'm1'-!!   Columbia   lines  In  tbe   Wesl   thi   Ureal   S'orth
,i...      Commis Ion     interviewed   erli   attd   Northern   Pacific    rail    ��� a
II In       .  .,   i    f. Broil* 11    nd   lehatoi   I'em    the   Boo   attd   all   roads   entei ns   St.
���   mid
���  ii.ni \ i        |i h   ns   lliis '���
��� t new ni* wen   Initiate !
th.   ii .. tint ,  aft.     which  th.
a     I i dn. iceeded  with
���  ���     in  !'!���   eveuln    'I     i "",| *   ad
ed I he Te ��� I I* ngl h   di al
ii        ievi   -i!  i    . ��� tanl   points :"
,   nnection ��Ith I hi  i. tup. i an. e ie in
ol   thi      i.       The   : ��� el ;>":   �� as   lh*
gest evi    i.    I In New Westminster,
I ii hi .ii i,..in-... being ai compattled by
Kalph Smith, VI P and i "��� Kenhi dy,
... p i bi ' li ula Ion was i omposed
i ��� Bi, in, .1 Hall, Capl Cox, R. i
3, ajy, w il Bar! ��� i and Mi McCrae
... Vli I oi ia; John *' Brown, lli'in y
nm |,, ,ii.i ,;, orge McKa; of New
\\, Btminster
Vmong 'I"- questions raised by the
Commission   reports   are   the    depth
ni
(her*     ���        niiu        members    taking ;'",l  width ol  n.,!u.  the  better  patrol
in  the Iriangulai   i tiblem  of ti m   the   Frasei   Rlfrei   waters,  heavier
ell i   ��hen   the   meeting   closed   al penalties   roi   Infractions ol   latv, th'1
ten  o'clock rearrangemenl ol the    weekly    close
\. the  banquet,  which   was bi   i   i season  In off years and the question
In tin    iann   hall, a    irgi   nuuiber of as  to  whethei   fiBhltig  shall  continue
uld
wen   preseni       Phi      is I   II
������  ,   :, ��� follow       ' : ��� i> i'i. .   i kinilnl "i
.   . ; Dr, *    '
etar*       ami      W.     It.
lb ,,n n, lion -; : in   ��� . u. ntative; Tbe
:,. 0\,   i be  Wesl mlrtstet  bi Idge  Will* b
lhe Ni ��   Westminstei  delegates pree-
Fed   upon  lhe   'i"1 ������������"������<  of   lhe  Gov-
���, bment,
Ottawa,    Man h   G    I Lnlei I       ^|-.
SECURE   SMALL   BOOTY.
Bold Banfiits Hold Up Missouri  Train
.m i Gel $100
Kan .   *li . h   '.     I'he   Ml*
, n i r i.  ...   |in   ..,,. ��� .      iln
, , ibnuti I,   wa    lionl led  hj   Iwo
l,n      .    I'IiIbIhi       Kan
nml tl etigei    were held up and
i ;,i,i p,i wl train wa   In tn
elwecn   Pill I in      in i   Coin* :l
nexl   ital :"n
ni, .i,...... n  ini""1   from  Camp    '
i..,,    ghoi   and   killed   whil*   reslBtln
ih,    hnmlit ���   and   .   (rav* lllng    man
iMi,I, k in. n .  I'iti    named   Wesllake
,i. i    woundi 'i
The   robbers  secured   only   n  little
ovei  * Ifltl in cai h and n few wad In
nml   revolvers     They   lefi  lhe " |!"
tti   i,   ��rns slowing down   rm   Cornell
nml  made lln li   '""' ;li"'
\  posse has lefi  lhal  dly,
I,,,   ii,,. ,,,i,i��� !-���  have  ii"'   i" i n  i ap
lured
i       i   ,|    i), ing  i los* l* i   v. i",  lhe   Minister  of
n ..���,,        i     , -    i ��� bei les   foi   rom   |i""' s Ihis  nr*. ���
:   in,]       .       .       ,i,,i    pn ,   tmon,   t'"   two    di i 't! itlons    retin d
1
h,
ll
���   ���   ,   n-n
ll
i bstoii
" ��� ��� i ��� '   '
i i    ii...
     ��� ;
; I hi . ���
md   \>     K. Uiincan
r ���  11 othi        I    VV    Un I,,,,
Siagg   an I   lohn   Walsh   fell
I* ���     ��� of replying to th
,1 ,1,. i ���. |b while \i \
' "ij. oi ihe ' oliimblab, r* ��� pond* il
��� ��� (he loasi ol the Press.
I '   nn     !i i I Ion  I el 'nd   ��� I
Tin   casi       ���    slrongl     ti gued  bj   I In
��� ���.,  pm Hes,    ... i   II   :    evl.l 'nl   thai
bolli  slil lined        tnal
i ��� .     p] ib    inivilei
, ii, .   ,.       . in. ll Is nnl      i ���   ���
i i   'inn   11      mini ���      will   aim itim '
i,is dei Islon i."  ���, dn -  or Iwo,
SUIT    FOB    $^.000,000.
Paul, have offered theli  ti ainnien and
,   ,, in. tots a  raise In pa).
This "ll-'i nas made aftei   , s lal
.. i in�� ." the l' tffli ��� Hlclals ol the
toads "I the Not tin i n P tclflc ��� ffi. es
Pal ui la; ��� ".i|i"'1 "' ' held td i onildei
lhe decision reached b) the managers.
I in ,,., ,1 have asked I n a 12 pi
In, re se
i iu iii, reases ��hich i!ip.\ ��111 i e
��� ,i,, .>,| aie us follow 9 l lottdu I uu.
i. ogeng* sei vlci $10 a month: pas-
- ngei ��� sggagi men $G ���, mouth pas-
b�� ngei l i akemau and baggagi in in, $"i
a ,,,..,,'I,. freight i onductms and ti*.'
    '" i" ,  ' enl   Im ��� ease, based ou
the  si he lull   prei   "���<������-   pl loi     i  Norn  -nli.  ,      I      19U0
Pi opoi tlonate and e tultable offei a
, ,  Increases   will   ' idei ed   to  all
i |��� .��� ,,i the sei   Ice
Negotiations  For   Sale   of Canada  At
lantic   Besults   in   Action.
Bockefellei    Hints.
\.i\   Vork,   Man h   <������    \     r* mark
n hich  John   u   Rocl efell* i   mad
Ottawa, Match 0    A snii for $2,000,
i i   000 ��as i��� sti ..in.   begun  al  Osgood
lumber-
everal  re| ers   before  starting Fo    Hall  agalttal  Johti  H.   Bootl
Vugnsta, nn.   yi   terday,   led   lo  lhe | nian of Ottawa, by Henry L Sprague
ol New  York, who Is suing us aslgfiee
pn
pi lillcatlnn lhal h" < ontemblated ano-
Ihei large glfl to the cause ..r edm n
lion ami phllattthrojiy.
i  have   matters  pf   greal   Ito i n I
Bald   Mr.   lincliefeller.   "to  dlS-
Dur.hess  Coming.
\,.w   fork, M irch fi     \   W   Bag*
,n..;,i. I  'li"  'I"1"1  Mnr,hn   WUAh
lounce    thai   i
rom,.-    hfl       " -       ' i'"'"'
by   th     D IM '
i    ,., ,     tnd
.... : r.....
' :
R.ilph   Connor   Scores.
Winnip* !,  Mar* h fi    Rev   C.A.Gor-
,i,,n (Ralph Cot r) In fl Bermon Sim    make jusi now."
Id     i   (rani to say frank-!    "Od yon   mean Hint   you   eontem-
i    ,.. ,, ing   Into   the future, l   plate lhe announcement of   another
;    ,s    moral  Waterloo   l-eqtiesl   lo lhe cause of educatfoTf?"
If    daring the ne*l JfHie asked,
Interests oi   tetttpei       "All I can sny," Mr, Rockefeller re-
,, |   .    ii   reform  wer"   to he   pllefl, "Is  iimi   I  hava  something ln
,, n.i; of   (he preseni ad-   ''."'"'' *Wch I hellevo will be of great
, leftMt to. the public.'
Oi  Ibe  rights of Arthur L, Myers nnd
\V. Seward Webb; the latter an officio 1
in lhe New York Central railroad, and
rnimeeted by marriage with the Van-
-  wiih my son���matter's of more I derhllts.
Importance to the pUbllO lh the future      The claim is for  breach    of  con-
"'tin   any   chfthce   remarks-   |   might I tracts  in  the sale of the Canada At-
intic  Railway and  for the return of
IVIiilHIHIV SIHIKIS
EXtEPt thi; missis
Trentfei   Wayon  Drivers  Walk  Out in
Butte���Printers   Still   Out ���
No Concessions.
$250,000. The New York Central two
vears ago was keen after this road
and secured, it is said, an option, but
finally the r*>ad was sold to the Grand
Trunk.
Tbe present, suit has lo do with the
j 0] tion held by the New York Central
< u the Canada  Atlantic railroad.
Butte, Mont., March ''..- The industrial 'ie un was accentuated this m r
ning hi ���, , nil., oui of drl*ehS of tral I
Fei agotts l he men demafld on In-
11' asi fi "in $9 I" $3 50 per day. N I
baggage cafl I e haul* i lo or troth the
depots at  present,
The stereotypers an I pressmen i.e-
Ing wlniiiL' in return to work at ttie
Wage scale prevailing before the Inst
rnlse, only the printers mi* stand between the local dallies and a Settlement, tint concessions "ii either slile
are siiii Improbable, ami rapproache-
meni is not immediately al hand.
The   Miners'   union   Is  electing
c is 'io-lav.
���li
Prince of Wales  Promoted.
London,   March   6.���The   Prince  of
Wales, who held the title of vice admiral in the navy, has been promoted
to   he  a   full-fledged admiral. THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY  u.
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JOHNSTON
BIG SHOE SALE
CLOSES IN 2 DAYS
Now is the time to save money on Shoes.        See our windows
for prices.       The best Shoes in the store included in this sale.
!    Look for further announcements to-morrow morning.
4        ���
{Johnston's   Big Shoe   Hou
GaWm-  <mmi
SOUS TO ORDER, .
���    ���
517,00
PANTS TO ORDER,. .
DU
.  S.00
MARVELOUS   RE
CTION
until March 1st,
1907
Plenty of Goods tosele
Latest Patterns.
:t fr
im, of the
Satisfaction guarantee,
funded.
1 or
noney rt-
SMALLPOX IN STEERAGE
SCARES STEVEDORES
TRIAL  MARRIAGES.
I
BLACKSMITHING.
Mail S
ervice
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
247 Front Street   -     New Westminster
OPEN EVENINGS.
SAWMILL SITES,     TIMBER LIMITS,
AWMILL and LOGGING MACHINERY
AND SUPPLIES.
E. W. JOHNSON
Room 4. Guichon Block
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C. ,
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
NOW IN
Fomeranean   Remains   in   Quarantine
Owing to Outbreak  Among
The   Crew.
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
Canadian Bank of Commerce
A   (Jar   r   Old    < nmiiin    Ili.il    l"\l��(e,1
For Agea In Scotland.
"Handfnstln
isted for ayes in Scotland. The contracting parlies met nl the annual
fairs in their several districts. There
young men chose the maids who Lest
pleased them. They joined bands and
hy Unit net became man and wife mil I
*      ~ the corresponding day of the following
Halifax, .March ti.���When the Allan year, If the love and fortunes of Uie
liner Pomeranean arrive 1 from Eng- l)airs llai1 prospered during Ihe year.
land over a week aw, smallpox was |on  tue anniversary  of  their  meeting
,  ,   they    were    legally    married    by    the
priest; if all bad not been well, then
quarantine,  and  a   patient   died   two The ',���,���.���,.,,   is   supposed   to  have
days ago. arisen from the scarcity of etergy.    If
The Ship was disinfected  and   went (be pair decided lo purr at the end of
to  Si.  John, and  returned  here and the twelvemonth, ihe brld'c was at Hb
was  loading cargo   yesierday    when erty  to marry  another  rnnn,  her up
there was a stampede of stevedores prenticesnlp to matrimony  not carry-
Li-cause of the discovery that on.- of '"�� n,tu n nu-v reproach to her.   Such
Having bought out  the Blacksmith-   Seattle, via Sun
���.���ns a custom (hut ex-  ing business of it. il. Benson, I will   Sapperton and M
be pleased to see all his old custom
ers, as well as new ones     Horseshoe
ing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON,
Eighth  Street.
found   in   the   steerage,   aud   all
steerage   passengers   were   lauded   al
!Northern Pacific!
1........
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
bv
Travel nn the Famous*
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates.
ustoin inside beeai.   Quick Time. Excellent Service.
aide. Ho. 1   7
\ ascQuver,  No.  l. ",
(; Nil   Cloverdale,
BladtM  .Seattle. .  H
Van. & Cen,  Pa;!.
Victor!;*    10
Hast Buymaby .... 1
Ladner,  Steveston,
etc   1
C.P.R. eat*r, gfopper-
ton, MlllBftte an !
Coquitlam       3
Van.  and  Burnaby 3
C.\.II.  Flyer     4
Tlmberland,  T'ues
and Friday      . .   12
Receiieil
8.40 p.*!
: |
1 ' LB I
1   3r
I
1 '".: a. I
ll
11.0   i|
'.    ..
smallpox       The   ship   was   .sent     to
quarantine and the patient landed on
the   stewards   allowed    indications   of   mflrrlaSes wer��
Any   issue   resulting   from   the  union  New  york,  Chicago,
would in the ease ot a second marriage ; ' w%
be  taken   bv   the   father  mi.I   runic as Toronto,  St.  Paul
Quarantine  Ishmd.    The   agents  ap- beir after the children of the marriage ..���,.,,  ���niv,T��� PA(,T
plied for permission to bring the ship   ���-|iieli lasted for life. ' ru4Wls r'A^1
to Hie   wharf  to   finish   loading,   bur      Many weddings were unmade- a* tbe |    Stearnshir Tickets-on sale to all Euuro-
Ihe  board  of health  today  refused  lo   end of the year, but it  was dangerous   Pean IK"nts-
gram  it.
ABBE   JOUIN'S   TROUBLE.
Priest   Wili:   Be   Tried   March    14   on
Serious Charge.
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
p. E, WALKER, General Manager.       A I.EX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager
i
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A general Ranking business transacted.   Accounts ^may be opened
ducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
and   con-
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cf $1 and upwards receive I. and interest allowed at current rates.
deposit.u- is subject to ii" delay whatever in the withdrawal
of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH -Ii. It. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. S TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Paris,   March   6.���Abbe     .loiiin.   of
e chiireu of St. Augustine, who will
i be Hied .March 11 b\ the correctional
I tribunal on a charge of "distributing
| a writing calculated  iii  incite  rebellion ami civil war." wh.-n Interviewed
yesterday   relative   to   a   semi-official
statement lhal documents to be used
in his prosecution confirm the reports
thai   Monsignor   Montaginln,   the ex-
I .died secretary of the Paris nuncia-
lure, tried actively to prevent the visit  of King Alphonso to Paris, said no-
i thing   From   the   Montaginln    papers
1 n��  had   been   communicated to him and
thai  he never know  Monsignor Montaginln or had any relations with him,
if   the   initiative   were   taken   by   the ��� Special    Reduced   Rates   Round   Trip
man who had wed.led the kinswoman '       Rates   to   Southern   California,
of  a   chief.    When   a   Macdonald  of"!
Sleat availed  himself of Ids right to
send back the sister of a  Macleod of,
Dungnven, the latter resented it as art I    '���� Hastings St., Vancouver, li. t
indignity.    "He had uo bonfire to cele A. D. CH.-VRLTON,
brate his  wedding,  but he shall  have   Portland,Ore
on.- to solemnize bis divorce;" Xlacleodl]
swore.    lie kept lii.s word, and a terrible   vendetta   between   the  (Anna  r*-
SUltlll.
��� '���'" " ~ -���_ j"The   Pioneer  Limited"  St.  Paul to
\TFiir    iirrcTiMiueTrni   Chicas��- "short Line" o���3"* to
NEW  WESTMINSTER  chica^. "s��wh w��*t Limited-
^ c,nr>CCM\Kr>w\iT' Kansas City to Chicago.
L1IY ASSLSSMLNI     N'�� trains in the serv'�� ����- any
  i railroad   in   the   world   that   equal   in
I equipment that
For full infortntion call on or write-
G. E. LANG, General Agsntr
"The Milwaukee"
1  'v '���
. Fe   -ll
Fe i, :
COURT OF REVISION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhal the
if the  Chicago,  Mi
waukee  &  St.  Paul  Railway.     They
own and  operate their own sleeping
' and dining cars on alll their trains and
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   of
Assessment   Roll   [or  ihe  year   L907  service  not obtainable elsewhere.
Something Unique is
Cowan's
Coconut Cream
Icing
For
Cake
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.    MADE ORLY BY
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
has been returned io me, and remains
ii: my office, where it may be inspected bj any person having an Interest
therein, until the sitting of the Couri
ot Revision,
The firs; silting of the Court of
Revision on the said Assessmenl roll
will be held at llic Ci:;. Hull, in the
said City on
11. S. ROW P.. General Agent.
r,u Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
MONDAY, April 8, next,
Ever  Pooular   Play.
The only theatrical production lllus-
tiative ol Scotch life now before the
Vmerican public Is "The Bonnie Brier
Bush," which   comes  10    the    Opera
House on Saturday.   This is the lit'tli
year  and   the   fourth   trans-continental   lour   of   Ihis  enduring Mage   par-   R[   p,  ,,-,.],.rk   in   the   forenoon.
traiture of Ian MacLaren's tales, and   person  Intending  to appeal    againsi
""' continued popularity  of  the plaj   the assessmenl  must do so In writing!
j- am>,le   evident f   Its    genuine   ,.,   ,���.   nu-il  with   the   City   Clerk   at j
Aorth. The same beautiful and cost- leasi seven days before the first sit-1
l.v production i- used and the com- ting of the Coun.
. mj engaged to Interpret this charming I'Qinan* e of "Aul 1 Scotland" is
i oni] ose I of artists of prominent e
Including uianj who have been long
hientif.e I  with the play.
A representative of the Paters.ni
Lumber Co. spenl a few days in Ladner lasi week looking over the Delta
Sawmill properly with the view of
making an oiler of purchase, but, as
;.el.   nothing   definite   has   transpired.
\V. A. DUNCAN, Cltj  Clerk.
City  Hall, March 6,  Iim?.
J.HENLEY
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth 8treet,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
Hotel Guests.
Guichon���X. B. Oauvreau, Victoria
li. \V. Fraser, A. McAuley, A. ll
Wellongo, Vancouver; G, A. Keefer
city; \Y. .1. Inglis. M. VV. Wilson, Mon
Heal;  Z.   L,   Chainheilin,   Chiiliwack
Windsor���Thomas   Parnell,   Vlcttpr- ���
la;  .1.  Houston, Vancouver;  .1.  Watt,     For electric signs, dynamos, motors,
.Hillside;   i. Welsh. Halls Prairie;  R.   fans,'phone fixtures, shades, bells, bat-
I Warden, T, F. VVarsh, I.. Towln, Clo-   teries,  wire  and   cables  of all  kinds
| vonlale. ;""l   sizes.    House   wiring.    Motor  in
Colonial    Charles  clow,    city;     N.   stalling a specialty.    All kinds of ro-
1 McFarland,  C.    Drlese,   Seattle;    T.  Palrs promptly attended to.
jnogl.,  Seattle;   c.   E.  Kidd.   UiboU- J. DIGBY, Proprietor
\   / PHONE 304.
Trains & Steamers
C.P.R,  MAIN   LINK.
Leave N. W. 15.40; air X. w. 11.35,
C.P.R. MISSION BRANCH.
Leave X. W. 8.30; ar. Seattle 15.50.
Leave Seattle 12.30;  ar. X. W. 18.40,
C.P.R   WESTMINSTER JUNCTION*
Leavo X. W  S.30, 10.35, 15.40, '17.:::..
Arrive X. W. 9,35, 11.:::, 1G.40, 18.40,
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Seattle 1 p.n
Lv. X. W. 1.::.". ii.m.; ur. Seattle 10 p.n.
p.m.
V..   W.  &  Y.���VAXCOUVKK
Lv. X. W. Ii ii. m. and 9:55 p. m. I
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv.  N.  W. 9:35 a.m.;   ar. Guichon
; 2.20 p.m.
1    Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. in.; ar. N. W.
8:15 p m. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv,  New  Westminster  5.50, 6.50, 1
i and 8 a. m., and every half hour there-
[ after till 11 p. m.
Lt. Vancouver  for Westminster at
same hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
From N. W. Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
Ramona���
From N. W. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun., Wed., Frl., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer-
Canadian Pacific Railway Co, |
British Columbia Coast Lint
Servl:;.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast L.r- Serv ce,
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change   -
S.S.
Amur	
Princess Heal rice  . .
Amur  	
Princess Beatrice ���
VANCOUVER-V1C1
S.S. Princess Victoi \        I
ver, l p.m. dail).
Leaves Victoria da      i   ' a
VICTORIA-SE \ Tl
PRINCESS BE \
Leaves Victoria dail
at 8:30.
VICTORIA      NEW     WESTMINSTER!
ROUTE.
SS  CITY   OF N \
Leaves Xew Westm it 7 a- *
on Sundays
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE
S. S. Joan
Leaves Vane ...i\<: :
WEST   COAST   R      TE.
Steamer Queen C ty.
Leav.es Victoria at
7ih. and  Ll".'. each
quot;   leaves Victoria
r Quul.siuo ,-md wa}   pop.'
LOWER FRASER RIVEH R-'i-7-
Steamer Trai
Leaves  Xew   Westm
day,  Tuesday,   Wedne
Sal   ��� I
nnd Friday al 2 p.m. "
at 2 p. m. with addition il
day at 5 a. tn.
Leaves Steveston Moi
Wednesday, Thursdaj ai
7 a. ni.; Friday at li a.
trip Saturday 5 p. m,
UPPER FRASER RIVER RO^TE
S. S. Bei.
S
Tip-'�����!'���
I IJ ll
11::local
DL
Leaves   New   We-".
:   Fl   "  '
T .  ������''''
li82
v\.,-ai:n:
Mondays, Wednesdays
Leaves Chllllwac* " a. i
Thursday   and   Saturdays
landings  betweea  New
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN B   C.     ���'"-'rE'
S.  S. Tees
at
ster
Leaves   Vancouver al
,,, ling
and   16th  of  each   ma
; Bella'
; arrival -'"J
aforn!'
Skldegate on first trip i
on second  trip. Timo ���'
departure  are  appruvIn
For reservations  "
call or address
Agent, Ke
E
CoolJ
Jfii
COYhE.
Hirer.
lord.
From N.W. daily, ex. Sunday 2 p.m. ��� AiBt. Gen. Pass  Age       ''";���
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m. ���'��� ^      .   Vm"'"
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Frl, 6 n.m.) !     General Supa'r.t"'
'J ';.JB.~-r- .-.-. . k-HUR
SDAY, MARCH 7,
1907.
Iii E DAILY NEWS
PROFESSIONAL^
fill
,_- ,. EDMONDS, Barris-
|TESID.E *licitors, niackie Blk.,
ters a��(1 b    s,,w   Westminster.
rfetS.'H-^Edmond'''
�� HAMPTON POLK, Bollcl-
J-p;, ,,-., reme court. Offices
wr  nonk i' Commerce build-
nmlian '��� ���'-��� . opposite post-
HP- Col��f!5restminster. Money to
Bee. -Nen
I
<  WEART *  McQUARRIE,
'���������v. itors, etc.       Of
���-���:,i ...       nster, Trapp Blk..
al |   |,ome  streets.
lorner ' .., ,��� Mi 445 Grao
tC        epl   Martin K.O..J
'��� ~!I  ,   tv   il    McQuarrie,   II.  A
WeaIMr  Martin  wijl   be in tha
Cinster'ofl   es every Friday af
ie. ii
ii
i"
Y   REiD  &   BOWES,   Barris-
V>A��'     ,    .���    ���ir     4*2    Uirne
te'-.
,   etc.,   42   Lorne
Xew
irt    House,
B*f'.��J       s   Wbealler, P.O. Box
���.; -ktix, Barrister and
Ouichon block, Colum-
-,....     .   ,:,eets, New West-
It. C
MYERS GRAY. Barrister, Solicitor
aii) .... .��� :;,, in practice Since
" '. . ��� . Westminster, B.C. Of-
flMsren Curtis Block, Clark-
site    Court  liouse.
pi0 bos ;        Telephone 64.
OF TRADE.���New Westmin-
.,,, Board ol Trade meets in the
Bour.l H'" -��� ��� City Hall, as follows:
Second Wednesday of each month.
Qiiar.fc.lv meetings on the second
",\,!,.'[.,.- :.. "f February, May,
August an'. November, at 8 p. m.
Annual n.< ��� tings "n the second
Wednesd of February. Nevv
members may be proposed and
elected at anj monthly or quarterly
meel ig.   a. K. Wh��e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
luNION LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. & A. M.
-The regular meeting of this
It held tbe First Wednesday ln
,,., I. month, at 8 o'clock p. m., in
the Masonic Temple. Sojourning
brethren are cordially Invited to attend Dr. W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Secretary,
|l. 0. 0. r,-AMITY  LODGE,  NO. 27���
me< tings of this lodge
a Od Ifellews' hall, Oolum-
et, i very   Monday evening,
' Visiting brethren cor-
to attend,   s. Gregory-
N G    i   s   Richmond, V. <;.; W. C.
R   s.;  .1. w. MacDonald,
' i ms, Treas,
cord
invited.      E.   B,  Stinch-
;' es.. ll. Disnev, Secretary.
halt,
bi
tend
Max*
block.     Visit iim
������ cordially Invited to at-
1   !'-��� Rushton, C. R.; F. P.
. it. rt.
Iking solGmon looge, ro. 17, A.
r. & \. M.���Regular communications ' this lodge are held on the
.... lay  in  each  month  ln
Has. Ti mple, at 8 p. m. Visiting bretl en are .-ordially invited
���   bI end    D. W. Gilchrist. Sec.
fiOYAL CITY PRECEPTORY, No. 459
R. B K. of I., meets fourth
Frida each     month,    at      8
p, ni., in Orange hall, corner of
!. n    and   Till  street.      So
.  . : ���     Sil   Knights   cordially    in-
vited li   ittend.    W. B. Dunlop, W.
Reg.
| LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE,   NO.   1150
���Meets  In   Orange  hall   fi.-st  and
'������ . in each month at 8 p.
in.   Vlsl ing brethren are cordially
invite i ad,     W. Top". W. M .
hrey, Rec.-Sec,
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Spring Goods
arriving daily
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OUR
Big Clearance Sale
closes on
Saturday, March 9th.
������������������������������������
Prices cut to pieces during
these remaining days.
��������������������������������������������� �������������������������������������� ��������������������������������������������� ������������������*������<����������������*��
W. E.  SINCLAIR
lh, RELIABLE SHOE STORE
THE MEXICAN  OCELOT.
a. Greal Jumper la   I'M* sn-miite l.lt-
tl*. Spotted .1 .in^l<- < hi.
One of the most Interesting animals
of the new world and yet one of which
little seems to lie written, even by
Sportsmen who have spent much time
lu Mexico ami the Central American
dates, lh tbe ocelot, the strange little
spotted cat of the dense jungles of
tropical parts of the two Americas.
They are not nearly so heavy as tbe
average lynx of the eastern woods aud
are Infinitely lighter on their feet.
They run with the greatest agility up
and down the almost perpendicular
trunks of trees and follow a crippled
bird out on limlm U>o slender, it would
seem, to bear the weight of the parrot, let alone the cat. Parrots are th*
e.-elot's principal food, and their hunt-
lug Is done almost altogether by day,
though, lily; all the cat tribe, they ar*
thoroughly at home In the blackest
night.
The parrots which they hunt fr��
quent the thickest of forests, comlnjf
to the ground only in the rare opea
spaces and along the banks of th��
many small streams where they drint.
In order to follow I hem il is uecessarj
that the ocelots be great jumpers, and
so they are, When l was following
the bounds through the southern Call
f.irnia bills after wildcats and an oc
caslona) mountain Hon l was wont to
say that the latter was the greatest
Jumper on earth. The ocelol has ant
mountain lion that ever walked he.ilea
a block, length for length and weighi
for weight.-Forest and Stream.
ISLAND RAILWAY LINE
HAS NANAIMO GUESSING
Land     Speculators    Around     Nanoose
Wondering Whether They are
Wealthy.
LUNCHEON WAS EXPENSIVE
liiktt-uil  ol  in Franca  li   Really  Com
4(1,0*1(1 Francs.
.Nanaimo, March C���A new conjecture is offered to-day by those who
have been watching the proposed extension of the Island railway,
li has been generally expected thai
the E. &  N. would run from near Nanaimo  to  Wellington and  then across
I Lo Alberni.   A new guess is made to-
! day, however. Ii   will be remember d
I that   Mr Urolcck's partj   went  to  Wei
' lingion ostensibly  to    run lines from
. there across to Alberni.   Thej  aban-
! doned this, however, and for a day or
two came hack to a    point near this
city and   investigated    ihe    land between Departure bay and Wellington,
On Saturday  C.P.R. men  were seen
reconnoitering from Departure bay to
Nanoose. This puts a new complexion
en Hiings. Land has been selling well
ol late around Nanoose, and now the
wise ones are speculating on whether the steep grade hei ween Departure
hay and Wellington has not made the
C.P.Ii. abandon the project of making
| the route there.and  whether thej have
nol  decided to lake    the easier  level
route  along to Nanoose  and   thence
across the island.     What    time the
railway company would lose in going
to Nanoose Instead of directly toWel-
One day three friends in Paris were
taking a walk together.
"I should Mae to have an exquisite
lunch,'' said one of the three.
"1 should be satislied with a lunch."
suid tbe second, "which is a little short
of being exquisite,"
"And I," remarked the third on.-.
"ohould lie content with any kiud of
luuch."
Unfortunately none of tbem was pos
sesse.l of the necessary money, Presently one of the trio was struck by nn
Idea, lie led bis friends to n music
publisher and made him an offer:
"Buy from us a song. This gentle-
man wrote the text; that one set It to
music, and I shall sing It, as I nm tbe
only one ot us with a good voice."
"Well, ning it for a trial," replied the
publisher.
The young man complied, and the
publisher seemed lo be satislied. lie
paid IT. francs for the song, and the
friends hastened Joyfully to a restau
rant.
The author of the text was Alfred
de Musset, the musician was Monpur
and the singer Dupre. Tbe soug, which
was bought and paid for with 15
francs. "The Aiulaliisian Girl." yield
ed the publisher 40,000 francs.-liar
per's Weekly.
lington would he made up, thej say.
bj having an easier run, cutting out
the steep grades,
r������
I*. 0. V   w.���FRASER  LOCGE  No. 3
7"M'" he first and third Tues-
each    month,       Visiting
','""       ��� ordially invited to atbend.
;-'���'���- m,   \. O. I'. W. hall, Odd-
.  Clarkson  street,  r.
in, recorder;   Louis Witt,
"������ workman.
fvsE  OF   COLUMBIA    LODGE    No.
115,  SONS  OF   ENGLAND,   B.  S.���
.,' I: ree meets Second and
dav of each month.
' I'. Hall, Columbia St., al
Ite Rose Degree, Fourth
In    each month, same
e,    Visiting Brethren
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers 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
!
C0ORT BRUNETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
��� ' Fourth Friday in the
'   o'clock,   in   the   small
C��AUR0T -0YAL COLUMBIA, No. 8308.
tills i,
and Po
at s ,,
Vlsitin
vlted i
The regular meetings of
1,1 held on the Second j
"li Tuesdays nf each month !
In lhe Oddfellows' Hall. |
Brethren are cordialy  in-
n'lend.   E. C. Firth, C. R.;
"well, Sec.
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
=FlNEST   AND   FASTEST���
HiMPBESSETI
180*00 (EMPRESS OP BRITAIN 114,600
H. Po*er I EMPRESS OF IRELAND I     lONb j
N..v,   Is ihe time to send for yotn <
friends In the Old Country while the
rates are low.    Tourist Sleepers run
to St. John to connect with Empress
next sailing, March 22nd.   For other
dates and rate, apply to
ED. GOULET.
C.P.n. Agent.
B|KX*L TEMPLARS OF TEM
it "      ,    "1"t't   9very Wodnosda
l|.���  l' .';' !;   P.   ui.,  ln  Oddfellows
.,      '     *��� < '1:1 Tn) ilia       t,.,.���* \ri..;,!..
Bretl,.-,.
tend. Gi
lumbia    street
Visiting
" cordially Invited to at-
11  H'irr, S. C; N. R. Bro^S,
S0Ciat,^COTLAND BENEFIT AS- ,
CAMpTl,��,N' LORD OF THE ISLES
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE A.MJ ENGINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKlUum and
STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
Ornamental   Iron   W0HC,   including
Fences, Gates, Fire Ksciu.cs, etc
Mall orders and correspondence In
vlted.
Thi
ltd
Chiof
nf
J1-Meets on tho First and
��ay of every month in
,  ��� "ill.     John   Mc.Niveu,
"��� Forrester, Uec. Sec.
JOHN REID,
BEQBIH STKKKi'.
New Westminster.
f. o. 47*.
WHEN  GOING EAST
���\SK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day In the Yen
BETWEEN'
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train m the
world. 'The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modem day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
For Time Tables,  Folders, or any
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
VO Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,;
And all the principal business centers of |
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARI- !
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK ami'
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls. {
For Time Tables, etc.. address
GEO. W.  VAOX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket I
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, III.
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co. \
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail route between all
points cist, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Greal
Northern, Northern I'ac'l'ic and O K
& N. Co.
Connects nt Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage >''iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
strt'iiutli   of  fi   Hear.
lew people kuow that n grizzly bear
can give points to any other carnivorous animal lu point of strength, A
grizzly bear weighing just four bun-
dredwelght has been watched carrying a heifer of more than two-thirds
Its own weighi for two miles up the
most steep and rugged mountain side,
and this without pausing one instant
for rest. Tbe grizzly bear is the largest and most powerful of all the bear
tribe, but Ids cousin, tiie cinnamon
bear, runs blm very close, aud the big
white polar l.ear, though not really se
dangerous a customer, is capable of
performing the must extraordinary
feats of strength.
BLAINE   WANTS   HOME.
Several    Sites   Offered   for   Old   Soldiers'   Resting   Place.
Olympia, March 6.���Activity on the
ji.it of Blaine and Anacortes in an
attempi. to secure the Boldier's home,
iu case it is decided lo remove it from
Oiling will result in a bard fight before the matter is finally disposed of.
That the legislature will nol move
the home this year is almost assured.
as the $100,000 necessary for such removal will be hard to obtain, on account of the demands for money from
all si.le^. The figures alreadj run
pasl the $6,000,000 mark and the
pruning knife will lie applied with a
vigor thai will be amazing.
The  Blaine offer of a sit,, of 160
acres,   and   a   casb   subsidy   of  $2,500
il,rough Senator Hunter Is "hailed with
delight   by the (i.  A.  H.  veterans  In
tbe two houses.   Anacortes offers any
of three sites that it has, If the home
I will be located there.   Camano island
wants  the   home   and   will   deed   Ml
lucres, according to the offer mad.- by
I George W, Morse  In  the  house Bal
I urday,   while   San   Juan   coun;.   also
I has  a site  or  two  thai  it   wain-  the
commission to view, in case removal
is decided upon.
BROWN   AND   WHITE   WED.
(.iiiiiK  Impressively.
There are diversities of giving as
well as of gifts. To give a little with a
grand air sometimes seems to make
more of an impression tlian to give
tnii.li modestly, The world bus not
changed in tids respect, Samuel Pepys
wrote in bis "Diary" lu 1000: "There
was a great number of merchants and
others of good quality (at a dinner) on
purpose to make an offering (to two
newly married servants), which, when
dinner was dune, we did, and I did
give TO shillings and no more, though
I believe n est of (lie rest (lid give
more, and did believe that I did so
too."
Jap    Receives   Marriage    License   tor
Self and Bellingham Girl.
Bellingham,   March   6.���A  mar
license was issued todaj  by the t     n-
I l;>   auditor's office  to (I.  Yanioma' i,   i
' Japanese aged 28 years,    and    Ma
Walthrop, a while girl aged -1 years,
I both   of  Bellingham,    The  father  of
: the  prospective  bride  was a  wi ness
| for   the   groom-to-be   In  the   application  for the license al   the auditor's
ifflce.
1901.
Leave
9.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
9.40 a.m.
Convicted  i.y  ni��-i-i>.
A Paris woman wh. was arrested
for picking pockets and who pretended
to speak an unknown language be
trayod herself In her Bleep. When
bronchi before the magistrate she was
Interrogated by Turkish, Russian, Pol
Ish nml Hungarian Interpreters, but
none conl.1 understand her, although
one believed she spoke a little known
dialect of I'ersla. The magistrate was
not convinced and ordered her to be
kept In the prison Inllrniary under
slrict surveillance. In ber sleep the
woman talked fluent French, with the
true Parisian accent,
A Cowboy's Girl.
"A   Cowboy's Girl"   which   appears
al   t'i"  local   Opera   House  tonight,   is
lescrl   ��� I  as a   triumph of playbuild-
lllg, along new and original lln   -. wiih
mat. 1 lal  carefully  sei icted  from  th ���
sti re ol  knowle Ige aa to the want 1
an i desires of the public, and emir..
������ ti im those faults and Impur-
Iti.     which cause the early death of
. ��� lany plays.   [1  has good Bcenery
and n large and * te tlve east which
, work -   as  a harmonious  wind"  In a
play which is bound 10 create attention and Inter* si from start to finish,
Day Train Arrive i
..  Spokane   7.15 p.m.
..Rossland  4'o p.m.I
... Nelson  6.45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
"flee 'Phone 1��5.       Hum  KBone 137
Columbia St.
I'rneliinl   III iihI rn tion.
"My dear," said the caller, with a
winning smile, to Ibe little girl who
Decupled the study while her father,
nn eminent literary man, was at his
dinner, "I suppose you assist your papa
hy entertaining the boresV"
"Yes, sir," replied the little girl
pravely. "Please bo seated."���Washington Journal.
Counting vhe Dead,
tl I'i irldge,   Alia..   March   II.--II.   A
McMullen, C.   I'.  U.  stock tnspeel r.
I was in iie city last nighl wtthacrew,
He  is counting  ami  taking  descrip-
; lions of all lhe dead cattle found near
lhe  track   from   McLeod   io   Medicine
Hat.      In   the   first   forty     miles    he
found seventy nine dead animals, not
a   large   percentage  of the   thousands
I of cattle that drifted across the rail-
' way.      Indeed,   he  thinks   Lethhridge
'country   was  most   fortunate  as  compared with points north and east.
fjaggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly  to  iny
Light and Heavy Hauling
The Wine Mini.
"This popular fiction is all rot. In
real life the girl's fai her seldom objects to tl,"> man of her choice."
"You're wrong there. He often objects, but he's usually too wise to say
anything."���Louisville Courier-Journal.
Any time Is the proper time for say-
ng what is Just���Greek Proverb.
Archie Is Better.
Washington, March (!.���Archie
Roosevelt, the President's third son,
who has been suffering from diphtheria sine" ':isi Friday, is entirely
out of danger, according to Surgeon-
Qeneral   Rlxey,   the attending   physi-
��� f!
'-   THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY. MiRru
vH 7' Ito
THE DAILY NEWS
Published; by the Dally News Publishing Company Limited, al their
offices, corner of Sixth and l-'roni
streets. New Westminster, B. C.
Managing Director J. C. Brown
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient    display    advertising,    10
cents per line (nonpareil i. 12 lines to
the   inch.      Five   cents   per  line   for.
subsequent Insertions.
BROWN   AND   WHITE   WED.
WINDSOR SALT-ought to
To the Genera! Public:
cost more ��� so pure, Ime, well-
savoured. Goes further, too. But
not a cent clearer.
Jap   Receives   Marriage   License   ;or
Self and Bellingham Girl. We  have  several  bus  a-^    ^       ^^   ^   ^  ^   g   pennaIiejlt
sites
listed  with us ranging In price from
141
$1,000 to 120,000 which are
Bellingham,  March  6.���A marriage business stand, cannol be excelled,
license w.,s Issued today by the com,- y     uii; also flnd s���me of the Dues) residential sites to be found in
, auditor's office to G. Vauionia.a. a (,tv ,��� ���,,,  wesl  a,  prices  thai  cannot be heat. nam. ily Iron, .
Japanese aged 28 years,    and    Maj N,)U. ,lu,s��� lota are ,��� one of the best  fruil  sections ol  British Columbia,
Walthrop, a white girl aged 21 years, ,,.,������,h-f   \,.u.   Westminster.
UUUKILU  IU llivtuiuin|the proI|)0ct,ve ,���.,,,, ���.��� , ��u���es. ^ m|J |.al|,.|],��� ,,.,������ ,,...,��� ���,,,    x������ rty par rent?
BIG SHIP DAKOTA
'THURSDAY, March J4
THAT
GOOD SHOW
,  for   the   groom-to-be   in  the   applica-
Readmg notices, hold  face type. 20 '    '        �� .     .,,.,.:,,.,..���
brevier or  nonpareil,   Wind.and Waves Will Soon Suppress   Hon  for  Ihe license  al   tu*   n mi
cents   per   line.
10 cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths. 50c. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. ��� N'o advertisement taken
for less than 2o cents.
Salvage Operations on Wrecked   Linsr.
i.Ilice.
Pass the Dardanelles.
Each day's delay  is costing you   money.
Win   wait       long:
Perec R. Bent*
We have havers coming from ihe   East   thai   want   both   residences,!,
vol���. city, and  also  want  small  improved  farms and  ranches and  we  find
iha,  Ue ea., handle your property to good advantage, as these p. le are
willing to come here and make iheir  home,   providing   they   can   gel   tho
Submits the La
test See
on
"ic Suect.Ss
THURSDAY.  MARCH   7,   1907.
CLEAN   UP.
Yokohama.   March  0��� The   position ,f,   prevent   the   Japanese    from    en
of the wreck of the (Jreat  Northern ��� eroaching on the sparcely guarded Si-
liner Dakota, which ran ashore March herlan littoral daring the fishing sea-
TELEPHONES.                    ::   tony miles from Yokohama, Is re- son. commencing In April. Russia has
Day Office   A22   ported to be unchanged to-day.    It 13 decided   to  send  to   the   Pacific  two
Night  Office    B22   noS8n,le to approach her only ill open small cruisers now in the Black sea.
' "~~ """"boats,   which   make   it   useless  to  at Thev   will   pass  through  (he Dardan-
^ajire ,4. * '
��� us/qr,;.|.VSBii ��� : tempi salvage operations,   The vessel elles with  their guns mounted under
'" ��� ' Ms exposed to  both   wind  and   waves, a   private  agreement    with    Turkey.
which apparently must soon result in The treaty negotiations between Rus-
bei   total  abandonment. sia and Japan are still hanging fire.
The   passengers   to-day   adopted   a Japan   is   evidently   awaiting  parlla-
resolution thanking the Japanese gov- raentary   developments   before enter-
We   would suggest   to the Govern-  ernmenl and people for their hospital- i,li; '"'" a definite agreement,
menl  Agenl  thai  something be done   j!V] .	
toward  cleaning and  beautifying the      The crett   \wvr paid off and  dls- a Cowboy's God.
bank ai the north end of the bridge,   charged  M-day  al   the office of the      -a  Cowboy's Girl"   which  appears
u  ls  ,l"' '   *'""   ullirh  comea '"   American consul. ai  ,|���, local Opera House tonight, is
clo.-e view of passengers arriving on.    Representatives    of the underwrlt- described as a  triumph of playbulld-
li"��� li   x- r:"lwi,-v ;""1 :"   i"""''1" ia   ers to-day made another trip to the Ing, along new an iginal lines, with
very unsightly,  used as n   is    as    a   S|(.1|(, of ,,,,, dlsaster| taldng Bevera) raaterial carefullj  selected  from  the
dumping ground  for all kinds of rub-   d|vers w,tJ] tUrnu h|]| ;m lheJr n,|l|nl sl()].(, Q, knowledge as  ,��� the  wants
blsn'     "  ls a i��h thal  can '"' ,l1""'   confirmed   the   previous  reports  that and desires of the public, and entire-
now aui1   would   sel   '"'  examiJle  for   salvage    operations    are    impossible lv free from those f ts and  Impur-
the citizens to generally clean up and   owlng (() |h(J ,,,Ii,.���IK,ss of ,,���, ��� ,, ,tlea whlch (,���,Sl, the early death of
make   ,l1"   chi    l",i-hl   and   inviting. _ S() many plays    ���  ,,.,, ���,���,,, S( ,.���,.,.,
The cost  would  be a mere bagalclh
St.   Petersburg. March  6.-*l_prder   ^  ��(   ,.���.,���������,,,,,��� prJces,
Trusting to hear from you all. we  remain,
HALE & LANE, Real Estate Agents
248 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
ancl at CALGARY, Alberta.
"A Cowboy's Girl"
A Play in a class by [tself
' Fivi' Specialties!  Magnificent Scene l
Greal ErTe I i
Prices   75c
and   50
Western   Lumbermen  Annoyed.
Washington, D. ('.. .March 6.���Presi-
and  a  large and  effective cast   which
works as a harmonious  whole in a
While  on the  subject   of  cleaning
up, we would also suggest  the clean-        " | pjav  which  is bound to create atten
ing of the upper  windows along Col-   [,ent RooBevell today was assured thai   ..���,; ,u]|| .^^  ,..���,��� ^y{ tQ ^.^
nmbia   sireet.   including    the     public
buildings, and the general touching up
Ihe lumber interests of the West we're
in perfect accord with his policy respecting forest reserves and the hand-
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
with   paint,   etc.    In   the   movement
westward we are bound to have our   lin8 '"' ""' |)Ub)lc domain. to RENT-Two furnished rooms nea
share  of  visitors  and  anything done      This assurance was given by Victor       postofflce;   one suitable    for    lady.
ti    make  the city more  inviting   will   Beckman,  secretary  of    the    Pacific      Apply this office. def
certainly pay.     Do it now I Coasl 1',l"ll��'1' Manufacturers' associa-   ���
  lion;   George  T.   Debaugh,  editor  of   WANTED TO  RENT���A   five or six
the American Lumberman of Chicago,
THE INSURANCE COMMISSION. and F. I!. Hubbard, a prominent lum-
The  report   of the Insurance  Com-   ber manufacturer of Cenlralia, Wash.
what is needed
i,, raise good stock Is good FEED. We keep the besl and the
besl only .Make your chickens lay by giving them good feed.
Strengthen your live stock by building up bone and muscle,
an 1 use CARNAC.
LADIES have you tried the Pastry Flour made by the Eburne
Milling Company. If not Telephone 333 and trj It; the results
obtained   are  excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET. Telephone 333.
25c.
Seats on sale at :
NEW WEST-
MINSTER
Gallery,
ig Sl ���,,
E
roomed   house   by   family   of  four
Address 'House." P. (). box 88, city
SATURDAY, 9th March
ERNEST   SHIPMAN
COLVIN present   ll
Kirke  La Sl
duel ioi
The Bonnie Brier
lan MacLaren's
Heart Story of Aul I .
N'otable cast of twi nt; v
Quartette,   Pipers,   &c.
Scenery
"Greatest  dramati    ; ��� ...
before  the American : '   N. \
World.
Seat sale opens on Wedt ���
ing at Ryall's Drug Store.
Prices,  $1.00,  75c and
25c.
mission is  now   public  property,  and Tnev  called   on   the   President   with
the attempts of the opposition to dls-   s""'""ls Aokeny and I s and Com-
. | mlssioner Ballinger  of    lhe    general
credil   the  Inquirj   as  a  partisan  in- ,.|m| offlC(j
rjuislUon, are refuted by its live bun- Preaidenl Roosevelt assured the de-
ilred pages  which  area  mass of Im- legation   thai   his   sole   interesl   was
'���'u,n speaking. ,,,,���   ,,,,, ,,���������,��� of ,,K,  Ro��jkv _Mnm].
FOUND���lluiicli of keys, owner can
have same by applying at this office and paying expenses. def
GIRL WANTED���for general    house-    *
work  and  care  of children.    Apply !   ;���;
IM&sgl!^^ I���i      m        l���S  /\   vC   t-1
VV H   I  Tk W C A   R ���      English  Watchmaker
:���;
The Conservative M.P.'s are certain-
tain   and   Pacific  Coasl   slates  should   ���
to Mrs. .1. Ross Sharpe, Sixili ate-,   v
nue and Tenth street. deM
jersey cow,
rope attached to horns. The finder
will he rewarded by giving information   to   Daily   N'ews.   or   returning
I.   nol whitewashed, bui equally Sena- ,���, |ooketl ���������,,. in ,])(, handlIng ,���- lh(.   STRAYED-3-year-old
tor Cox   methods of high finance are tmblic   domain.
not   slurred over.    Referring   lo   Mr, r
Cox'   stock   ii*,isae.ions   the   commis-       Paciflc  Coas|   ���,���������.,,���������  ,n   vv,s)l.
sioners    conclude:    "These    transac ington and Oregon feel that the Presi-1    same to 403 Queen's avenue.
"""s ' ,'i"" t0 -V01"' commissioners dfenl has dealt a hard blow ... the log-   ~
thai  the lands of the company were g\ng and  lumber interests of the Pa    ',0B PRINTING���We work    for    the
emjiloyed with the inmost fr lorn in cine   Northwesl   in   setting  aside   I.       1,<'-s| People    of New    Westminstei-.
transactions     with     institutions     In -,|.i  acres of timber lands for addi'-       v""r  order   wi"    be    appreciated.
which Mr. Cox was largely interested, tions  to   the  forest   reserves  of  the      ARROW  PRESS.  Room     1.    Daily
la   many   of  these   transactions   the state. News  Block, MRS.  DOMINY, Prop.
*   nflicl of Mr, c.\' Interests with his .  ������������^���������_^________
duly Is so apparenl thai the care of
Safe  Falls Through
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$ 5��i
New and Dainty Designs in Ladies' Gowns,
Petticoats, Corset  Covers,   Drawers,   and
Combinations.
The  prices  are by no means their least
attraction.
Two   doors   from    Ceo    Adams,  Croet
[.allies' Gold Watch* 12 7." ip
Gentlemen's  Silver   Wai
NOTICE.
;���;
:���;
The White House
���J   face, $6.00
!���!     Gentlemen's Silver  Watcl
��*i   case. $7J>0 lip
!���;      Agent for the celebr I
>'Ji   Watches, supplied to the Wi
V  tic Expedition.   All wi   'ante
Chains, Kings, Jewelr; , el
Watch repairing; c! arg
Seattle, March 6.���Owing to a miscalculation of the strength of the
flooring ai the entrance lo the SeatTIe
National   Bank   by  the  men  engaged
The public is hereby notified thai
I Captain Watt, master of the ship
Chelmsford, will not be responsible
for any debts that may be contracted I
Kuilding   across   the   street,   a   steel
Fe  iveighing  10,000 pounds and c in
' lining more i ban $ 1,000,000 in secur-
an I  .dealing house    documents
yesterday afternoon  crashed   through
lhe   tiled   Hour  of the   vestibule  aad
fell into lhe fronl comparl menl of I'. ���
b .-'���aieai   I eneath  thc bank,    t-'oi
Iel;. no one was on the lower P.oor
I he time of the acci lent, and outside   of  wrecking   the   entrance,   the
��� :.
i ie  insurance  funds could  not  always
have h<-en tne snit. consideration,"
Side by side with this the commissi tiers' condemnation of Hon. Geo. E.
I iter Is extremely temperate, Por
, (ample,  dealing with    Mr.     Foster's   :"  movlng  the  l��roperty of the  bank   bj   the crew of thf,   ..���,,  shlp>
,     imissions  ttsiness of the Union  ! (Sgd.) CAPTAIN WATT,
Trust, the report Bays: 'In an alter-
II..' i re ', ietv ! oth these Instances may
i tr. ed fi om the standpoint of the
dut.t of Mr. Poster to his employer,
i br l 'nion Trus I company. His righl
in make a commission or profit out
of the business thai company was
transacting as trustee cannol stand
| .  ui an;   higher ground  than in  the
< ise of Its beneficial business. " "in-
< sa; - the report, "if Mr. Poster
had   I orne  in   mind   the drastic deal-
I  ihe i'nion  Trust    company's
.... al a meeting held on December
"'���   1901, iu the case of the company's M a I e Mistress.
;    Icitor    receiving   similar   commis-      London, March 6���A dispatch  from
i, he would  have avoided both of   St.  Petersburg  says  a sensation  has
i   i -������   transactions."  ii   caused   there  by   the   discovery
i'". ..rl gives a verj judicial thai the head mistress of a gilds'
and Impartial summary of the evtd- school, who died recently, belonged
ence    adduced,    criticising     sharply   '" the siemer sex.
ol ihe evasions of tho spirit The "mistress" had led a very qulel
nnd letter of the acl by the various and retired life, bui was much os-
' mpanies, as broughl oul during the teemed by parents and pupils alike
investigation,   and   strap!)  demonstra-   '01'   her   excellent     teaching.     Vears
ling the i d of such an Inquiry,   In   ;i-".   ll   appears,  the  man  had   been
r* '.'I to the share of policyholders sent for a political offence to Siberia,
li. the active supervision of the man- hut escaped on the way thither, and
ngemenl of insurance companies, the being able to seem.' a woman's pass-
commissioners note that no satlsfac- port, decided to adopt for good femin-
tory method has hitherto been adopt-   Ine  attire and  habits.
. I Ter securing a  policyholder's vole, ��� ���
and they ' ������ lieve ii is not necessary,
in view ol the recommendations made
regarding investments, expenses, sine
i iiflcation and standardization of Insurance contracts, the publicity or returns, etc. lu respect to mutual companies, improvements are recommend-
< d in securing the proxy vote and the
method rt cently adopted in the New
Vork elections is endorsed, A draft
Mil of Tl pages is submitted with the
n . ort, embodying all the changes re-
.     imende'  In the present  act.
| A. J. BIRTCH, - 27s Columbia st. I FARMERS'.
KSBsiiizaz^^ 7/jt' Frsspr River 1 snnsry
BOOM YOUR  BUSINESS BY  ADVERTISING   IN   THE   MORNING   PAPER.
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE    POR    HIDES.
IF YOU ARE THIN
of taking a trip, you can't get on without one of
our Trunks, Suit Cases or Travelling Bags    : : : :
TRUNKS
FROM
$4 to $17
SUIT CASES
FROM
$2.25 to $20
CL JB BAGS
FROM
$1.50 to $7
Mail Thieves Caught.
Chicago. March 6 John Smith, T
W. Pitzgorald and Eugene Sullivan
were arrested lasl night on a charge
of robbing a United States mall wae
or which was standing In fronl of the ;
.--lock exchange building lasl Salur
day   night.
Airs.   Mary   Koons.   keeper  of   tho
boarding house where the meu w ir ���
nrrested, caught  them destroying ih'
i letters stolen From  the mail  waggon,
: and they told her If she Informed the-
; pllce iliov would kill her.   She made
Baron   Rothschilds  Marries. 0   confidant   Of  a   woman   friend   who
Paris,  March   6.���Baron   Roberl   de   Informed the detective department of
ri       childs    was  married    to    Mile,   the matter and the arresl of 'be men
I,err this  afternoon. followed.
Also a full line of RATTAN SUIT CASES, TELESCOPES
and CLUB BAGS-���all prices and sizes.
���.-��� linTS 1ARCH  7. 1907
THE DAILY NEWS "^
I
A DISPLAY OF
Spring
Merchandise
Worthy of any
Progressive  Store
Probate ol the will of the late Edward Chapman was granted yesterday
morning bj Justice Morrison The
estate Is valued at $25,	
The ladles of the W, C. T, I'., will
hold an entertainment on March 12,
���i< the home of Mrs. Alex. Lamb, on
Third avenue, the object being It.
laise (and.- tor mlsslonarj purposes
Original Invitations in vers.- have
b* en sent oat. Music and refreshment   will   be  provided.
Anyone Interested iu rifle shooting
is  Invited   to   sigu   the   membei
match,
caleh-us ea'eh-can. Police Gazette
rules lo govern, pin falls only, strangle hold and haniiin.-idock barrel, to
take place on Friday, March l.'.ih at
the National Sports club, ::^ii Cordova
street, Vancouver. Stanley Keefer, of
Mount Pleasant, will acl as referee.
The friends of both parties are confident of winning, ami a considerable
amouni of money is being wagerei
ou the result.
Iii thanking our numerous friends and customers for the manner
in which they have patronized .mr stores during Ihe Mammoth Fur-
niture Sale now in progress we would like to remind Ihem, and also
iheir friends I who have not yet availed themselves of the great
bargains offered) that we* have still a large quantity of goods to clear
ai greatlj reduced prices, .which must be positively cleared out to
make room for several consignments now due from ihe east. We
have carpel remnants still going at the exceptionally low prices
previously   advertised.     So  hurr> up if you want them In good lengths
...Lee's Furniture Emporium...
DUPONT   BLOCK.
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B.  C.
���rs.ilp   ln
��� oil of ih,- civilian Itiih- associati in
.'��� hich is now in ihe hands ol 'I' ri
'.iiiiair! The association will en    p0n,   paul]
McCleary���Mole.
The  wedding ot  Samuel  McCleary
lo  Miss Annie Mole, daughter of Harry  Mole, took  place yesterday  morn-
ai ihe Presbyterian church.
Eburne, the Rev, J, a. Logan official-
The bride was assisted by Miss
. while .1. VV. Logan supported   .lie   groom.      After   partaking
Thi
at   an;,   iim.' when  j-   is not
a   wedding   breakfast,   the  happy
":   b>   ,ne  mllltar-v' couple   1,1,   for  Victoria,   where   the
1   a      a  ion  woi     in the V. \V. & honeymoon   will   be spent.     Mr.  and
\   .... to I.'iie   ivlll  be atari Mrs-   McClearj   will   reside  ai   Arm-
the  -a: ���..    irs li i Blr lng
i ���  il  completi i    heir ta k.     :.\-. "
I along" the Tome        CO^TRl'CTllM  BEGINS
illwii      mil evei, ihing is rea I;
the a. tu il y m'k to commence. The
I rive   v       ,��� on the scene sh irt-
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL   AND   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS    45,400,000
Eighty-live branches, with Correspondents throughout
the world.	
SAVINGS   BANK
ONK DOLLAR opens an account.    Interest added four
times'a year.���Start to-day.
j kets of Europe and   America  i        lo oar  buye ;;
era   and   wholesalers everywhei to lib our  ir-
ive 'be money io pay quick cash foi everything we buy.
��� . c.t-ii liscounts and get ill sorts ot Inducemne'.s bj paying
-��� .. iie advantage of .   ading a' The Cash Store.
Tailored Garments
. be a  light color,.,; season.    Greys never were s> po,.    ������"
.re a.- thej  are now. B*   greys we i ean those Indefinite ami
d   .-hades   whi '.  shade  from cream  to blat .  and  while.
' lie;   are so cool, pr ���"       ind ���      and      ������   i���   ,   ���
e nb ely made.
ind  short coats, tailored   suits   and   ski        Bolero  coat
��� les, showing the Gibson    effei i;    Some   of    Mannish
��� ei a  shepherd check s. p i infinitum.
Grey Novelties
���    than  popular;   extremely   stylish.     In   Paris    and    New
are seen everywhere.  : pie  being attracted no doubt   by
tness, comfort and serviceability.      Lots  of  designs,   but
ths which saves the unpleasantness    on    our    customers'   '"
et  ng a number of garments  like  theirs In  town.      Ml the   2
checks,  plaids and stripes, 50c, 60c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.25.   |
Albei'    V.  C ill,  a  j oung   man employed   al   the   . 'lift   Can   factory,   is
���   enl    indergoing  * reatmenl   al
he   Ro; al   Columbian   hospital,   hav-
ji ;ng  been the victim of a serious ac-
i ident while employed around one of
the  machines.     Pour  fingers of the
i Ighl  hand were badly lacerated, and
li Is fe.u-ed that the hand will be rendered   useless  for  life.
for a nice bunch of Violets or Car-
1 ions, lei 'phon_e T,  Davies k Son,
florists.   Tel.  B208.
Tho funeral of John A. Calblck,
who was killed in the Vancouver railway yards on Tuesday morning, wiTI
'ake place this afternoon, the cortege
leaving the residence of the deceased's father, Second sire,a. and pro-
i eed to the Oddfellows' cemeterj. \Y.
E,   Fairs   has   charge   of   the   funeral
ON VICTORIA WHAKF
NEW WESTMINSTER   BRANCH ���
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
Toredoes Proof Piles Are Used���Special   Process  Is   Obnoxious
to Pests.
I
arrangements.   The body was broughT
to  the  city yesterday   morning.
Victoria, March 6���What was ouce
the structure known as the Victoria
Yacht Club has disappeared and its
ruins lie scattered over the shelving
locks that run from the south end of
the post office to James Bay. Preparations are active for the construction of the new wharf for the Alaska
Steamship Co., and already the first
shipment of piles has arrived, and
the driving-iu process will be commenced  to-morrow.
The idles to be used in the construction work are subjected to a
preparation which is uniipie as far as
wharf construction goes. A process
lias been invented to prevent the in-
Siduous  action  of  ihe loredoes.    The
-Good  Potatoes-^
$1.25 per sack
AT
ADAMS & DEANS
= THE CITY GROCERY =
pile is first encompassed with a heavy
winding over  which  is  laid  a  canvas
The Fire Hail boys are all wearing   wrapping which is diluted with a pre-
tl.i   smile that won't come off, In an-   Paration   in   which  the   principal   in-
T-H-SM
ticipation  of   the   raise  in   salary   in
the  near  future.    The  gentlemen  in
' I .... who have iheir headquarters in
the little office al the back of the
i ;���> hall, were considerably disappointed when this month's paj die pie
showed no difference from its processors.
gredients are asphaltum and brimstone. It Is claimed that this preparation is obnoxious to the toredoes,
and that the stability of the piles is
guaranteed for years, About H00
piles will he utilized In the construction of the wharf.
L.   Chambers,   of   Vernon, arrived
n   the  city   yesterday   morning,  hav-
ng  in  charge  a demented   man. who
-'   was  taken  to the  provincial  hospital
a   for the Insane.    The unfortunate man
New  Amusement Park.
Victoria, March 6.���A new    amusement  park for Victoria is one of the
latest   proposals  put   forward  by outside capitalists.     A   place  of  amuse-
267 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER
h   came   from   Medicine   Hat,  and   was I menl  similar to    those    which   havi
so violent  that  lie had to be kept  in | been established  in    the  larger Can-
straight   jacket   during   the   whole j aiiian cities of the East, it is believ-
the  jo:".ney.     Mr.  Chambers  re-
rued  home vesterday afternoon.
12 PER CENT CLEAR
West End, small Cottage of 4
rooms. Can be got for $400,
if you move quick.
���d.  would   pa\   here  especially  when
with  the  opening of    the new hotel,
tourist traffic will be attracted hith* i
The  Canadian  Hank     :   I  immei mimer and  winter,
has opened a branch office at  Prince      A Montrealer who was a sharehold-
and   1-i.   Carr   I am     ���        -        .,, ,iu, electric park opened in that
CLOCKS!
Marble Cased . . $16.00 to $35.00
Iron Cased . . . 8.00 " 13.00
Polished Wood Cased 6.50 " 10.50
Fancy Gilt . . 2.50 " 9.00
China .        .        .    2.50  "     10.00
Nickel Alarms.        . 90c   "      2.00
SEE   OUR   WINDOW
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTON  WATCHES
;,. en appointed manager. This is
��� ... ti st banking institution at Prince
[��u] en, and. although business is nol
... . | to be over i ri -i. for he
: xl few week-, the ' ank officials dele i to be flrsl in th > flel I, aad ��� m-
... mently   opened   their    premise-    a
��� ��� \ fla>s bbo.
cit; ::lM spring which paid huge di-
, | ten Is the very flrsl year, flrsl
., ighl Vi* 'oria :.. the attention of
a number of his associates. 1's p s-
' lillties have been canvassed and
the onl> leterrenl is the fad that
electric power is nol only very dear,
but it is very doubtful if a sufficient
amount can ie obtained. In that
city as mu* h power Is utilized in the
I various attra* tions, shoot the chutes,
> switchba* k, etc., as is required to run
i e entire street railway.
A  couple   of   gentlemen   who  have
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������J
X Established 18*7 Incorporated 1900 ��
I Gilley Bros. Ltd!
4,    WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
Ce uie   Justice  Moi i ison   yesterday
morning, Henrit o Pii ur* llo aad Stan-1
...   Farrington came up  for el 'eti in.
; n    form "   ts i harge 1   with  an Irani   .,n\ a-e.   while   Furiington   b-
accu   ���!  ol   wounding   bis   wife   wttn, ^ ^  ^^ ^  promoting similai
item   lo  do   grlevious  l.odilj   harm.   lerprlae>   ,n   ,hi,   rni,���,   state3  Bn      ^
'   Canada  are  expected  in the  city the    ���   COMOX COAL AND COKE.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
The Farm Land Soecialists,
New Westminster
md the case will be beard on Saturday. Farrington de. Ided to Bike
Ids chances ai the forthcoming as
sh.es, nn I bail was fixed in the sum of
$2,000. Ruskln friends of the ac-
themselves   in
WELLINGTON WASHED NUT
AND PEA CO^L.
11 ginning  of   the   week.     Thej   will
survey   the   territory  an I     estimati
t
CUMBERLAND  FORGE  COAL.
would  justify   the  outlay.     The  fact
that   here  they  would   be able  to Oper-
cased   are   interesting   themselves   in | ^  aJmog|   )h(,  (,n|h.(,   V|,.u.  h;ls  no)
his behalf, aad the bail will be forthcoming in the coarse of a dav ar
Whether    or    nol    the   prospects   her-     ��� VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CE-
J MENT.
% This   celebrated   Cement   is
X used by nearly all large contract-
��� ors in the Province.
I escaped   their attention.
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE. *
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.   ���
���
���
���
FIRE     CLAY     and      MANTEL   X
���
���
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
Coal for Prince Rupert,
Victoria, li. ('.. March 6.���The Graham  Coal   Steamship   &   Milling Co.,
of Los Angeles, has purchased 30,000
,, ..      me | acres of coal lands on Graham Island.
northernmost  of the Queen  Charlotte
shore    had
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817,
CAPITAL   .  $14,400,000.00
RESERVE  ...   ...   ...   ...   ...        $11,000,000.00
ranches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and  In   London.   En?
��� >rk, Chicago and Spoka ne, U.S.A., and Mexico City.    A Gen-
Uanklng Business Transacted.
^of Credit Issued, available wltl   correspondents In all  parts of the   lain ^enton^nn  ������������  ^^ ^   land purchne
s the   vessel   secured  In sixty   feel   of   Q^ ^"[^lM,Vn'. is shown.
In9s Bank Department.    Deposits  received in sums ot $1 and upwards,    ,,.,., | amount   Involved   was  approximate!
i'pri mii,,..,.,���i ... ������  ,,o   ,,er annuiii (present raid added ^   aohis  ^1,000,000.    The company will extern
fo
it  allowed at
Llr times a year.
The tug Stranger, whi* h weeks ago |
was caught between two i.e-lloes in'
the Fraser Hive", has been located!
;,,,l raise 1 to the surface by the snag-J
boat Samson. Days were spent In j
dragging without success
farmers, who.  from  the
seen tlu, tuggc, down and notet th ;,       ,,. ;,,,
land,     (,    of tne   current,   were successful
in locating her with their drag hooks , ^   ^
,   some   distance   from ^ where  cai>       ^ ������������.,;���, three outcrops on the
dn   1 '    ' , I i.,,���i mirrhnsed,  sixteen and  one-Half
seam-   separated   by   six
The
R0SE3ANK  LIME.
BRICK.
From the Clayburn Clay C
SEWER   PIPE,   DRAIN     TILE,   ���
SAND. CRUSHED ROCK. ���
X Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 X
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
Islands,    II is the Intention to supply
Prince
1 ef  the  Gran I   Trunk   Pacific railroa 1,
per cent,   per annum
0lal A;set
s over 1168,000,000.00,
"''Av WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
q. p. BRYMNER, Manager.
;'.i   ���'���-���
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
r   (] eel   the   land   by   boring
  .         ���:li       *
���i        11    ���       i P    5 ' I *')      '"' "' I' 1 V
: ; ;"    '       J     ',,., 0f n w   and   considerable
;..."       :        Fai        Taylor     '      How.
A.  HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting
P. O. Box 248
Telephone 302 THE DAILY NEW*
THURSDAY.
MARCH
TIMBER   NOTICES.
HERE'S A REAL
SNAP
One hundred and sixty acres in
Surrey Municipality; partly cleared;
good soil; alder bottom; house, barns,
etc., etc.   Price $9,000; easy terms.
Apply "A. A.,"   Daily News office.
A SLIDER FIGHT.
It Wan n FfiM  and Fdi-Ioun  ll��(il��- t.
the IX-nih.
I once had a spider pet of a kind tbe
books euabled me to identify. He was
a tine big fellow. I caught biiu in tbe
garden, carried him home, and for
nearly two months lie and I took a
(lose Interest ln each other, he for the
flics I introduced to him and I for the
amusement he introduced to me. I
kept him In a milliner's box, letting
him out when 1 visited bim, especially delighting myself with allowing
him to drop from one band by bis fine
spun thread aud then either catching
bim in the oilier or gently compelling
him to climb back again by apparently eatiug bis own ladder.
<)ne day I captured another spider
of the same species. 1 kept bim for a
lew days in a separate box, and then.
with the kindly idea of com' anions hip.
] introduced biui to Tiger, i have
seen dogs fight; I have seen chanticleer light and slay his man; I lane
seen rams fight till, with his skull
crushed in, one lay dead at the loot
of the other; I bave seen men light;
but the fullest sense 1 ever realized of
mad, murderous passion let ungovernably loose, centered in one destroying aim and summoning every physical energy to its devilish service, i
realized when tboae two spiders rushed to mortal combat. I stood lu boyish terror as their tangled legs dropped off, torn .iy mutual rage; and as
witb vicious dexterity they struck each
other with their poisoned fangs, using
for their own destruction the weapons
and appliances with which nature lias
provided them for tlie capture and
slaughter of their prey, I visibly turned
pale.
Tiger was the victor, Imt even while
���with brutal wrath, all mangled as he
was, he bit and spurned bis dead and
limbless foe he was seized wilb symptoms I took to be paralytic, and in a
minute or two i helped him to his
death. And this tearless gladiator
was afraid of, I remember, and never
would tackle a big bluebottle lly.
What is courage?���Dundee Advertiser.
A SISTER'S COURAGE.
i:: fine	
No bun,an ii dug ran .-ome into the
world without Iner asing or diminishing the -in,i toti , ot banian happiness,
not only of the pre cut, but of every
subsequent aa ��� of humanity.   Xo one
can  detach  bim ��� If  from   this .-	
tion, There Is uo sequestered spot in
the universe, u i .lark niche along ihe
disk of nonexistence to which he can
retreat from his relations to others,
where he can withdraw the Influence
of bis existence upon the moral destiny of the world. Everywhere be will
have companions who will be better or
worse for bis Influence.
frtlHi.T   of  Mind   of  nn   Eliflrhteentb
Century   Iri��h   Woman.
Ill looking over some family papers
tnd bundles of old letters I discovered
one by Mrs. Jeffereys of Blarney castle. County Cork, which contains an
account of a circumstance interesting
lu itself as an instance of heroism on
the part of tbe narrator toward her
brother, the Karl of flare, and so vain
able as bringing to light a remarkable
event connected with the history ol
those troubled limes that I feel I am
only discharging a duty in submitting
It to ibe notice of tbe editor.
The letter ls dated 9 Molesworth
street, .Inly, is.i'7. nn.l. among other
u utters, Mrs. Jeffereys writes as folio rs:
"On   tbe day   Lord  Fitzwillinm   was
recalled, when my brother (as chancellor! wns returning from lhe castle aft
er having assisted at ihe swearing in
<���" the newly arrived lord lieutenant, a
ferocious  mob  of  no  less  than  5,000
men   and  several   hundred   women  assembled together lu college green aud
all   aloug   lhe  avenue   leading   to   my
brother's house.   The male part of the
In   irgents   were  armed   with   pistols,
ri classes, sledges, saws, crowbars and
"'"..   .ther weapon necessary to break
opea tuy bretl -r's house, and the women   were   al!   of   them   armed   with
their aprmis I'all of inning stones. This
ferocious and   furious mob  began   fo
throw showers .if stones Into my brother's coach, at bis coachman's head and
his horses, They wouuded my brother
in Hie temple in College green, and if
be had not sheltered himself by hold-
Ing his great square offlclnl purse before him he would have been stoned to
death   before  he  arrived  (through  the
buck  yard;   at   his  own   house,   where
wiih several smithy sledges they were
working   hard   to   break   into   his  hall
door.  �� bile others of them  had  ropes
ready to lix up to his lamp iron lo hang
him tho moment  they could find him,
when 1 arriv-.l. disguised iu iny kitchen maid's .i'."-s, my bin,, apron /nil of
Hones,   i mingled with this numerous
mob and addressed a pale, sickly mun
Baylug; 'My dear jey'l, whnt'll become
of bus:   I am ai ter mulling from the
Castle to  tell j eas  all  that  a   rcgiliiont
of b is la gnlloplng ilnww here to thrum-
pie bus. eie. Oh, yea, yea, where wil'
wo go'.''  Then they cried; 'Hurry, I	
ry. ibe hog it coming to charge ami
tbrample hus| Hurry for the eust i;n
house,' An.i In less than a moment Uie
crowd dispersed,
"I then procured a surgeon for my
brother and a guard to prevent another
attack, and tans I saved Lord Clare'i-
life at the rii.i of being torn limb fivtn
limb if I bad been recognized by any
of iho mob,"���London A.tes nnd Quo-
I ries.
SIMMER'S
SEEDS
PENITENTIARY    SUPPLIES.
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FRESH STOCK
now in.   Package
and bulk.     List
Prices.
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and En
gineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-rwe   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. J. SPROTT, B. A., Principal j
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Sealed tenders addressed "Inspectors of Penitentiaries, Ottawa," an I
endorsed "Tenders for Supplies," will
be received until Monday. 18th March,
inclusive, from parlies desirous of
contracting for suplies, for the fiscal
year 1907-1908, for the following institutions, namely:
Kingston  Penitentiary.
St. Vincent de Paul Penitentiary.
Dorchester  Penitentiary.
Manitoba  Penitentiary.
British Columbia Penitentiary.
Alberta Penitentiary, Edmonton, Alberta.
Separate tenders will be received
for each of the following classes of
supplies:
1. Coal.
2. Coal oil.
3. Cordwood.
I. Drugs,
5. Dry goods.
6. Forage.
7. Fresh  fish.
Fresh meat.
Groceries.
Hardware.
Leather.
12. Milk.
13. Oils and  Paints.
1 I.  Pork and  Paeon.
15. Sole   Leather.
16. Tinware.
Details of information as to form of
c* ntract, together with forms of tender, will be furnishe l on application
tn the Wardens.
suppll. ���...    :  '��� ������ t i the ap-
'  ol   thi   Warden.
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
GEO, \V. DAWSON,
Inspectors of Penitentl i I.
��� '���    ii tmonl of .iu tice,
Ottawa, February 14, inn-.
8.
in.
11.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
30 .lays after dale, we intend to apply (
to the Honorable the Chief Commis ,
sionei of Lands and Works Tor a spe-
dal license to cany away limber from
the following described lands in the
Coast District:
No. I. Commencing al a sialic planted on shore of Tsi Has Lagoon, near
v. W. Cor. T. H 6829, 'hence north
50 chains, east 128 chains, south 50
chains,   west    128  chains   to   point   ol
commencement,
No. 2. com mine, at a slake planted about 300 feet from easl shore of
Actron Sound, near S. W, cor. T. L.
6939, thence south 80 chains, east 80
chains to line of T. L. 6941, north 80
chains to shore of Huaskin Lake, west
SO chains, more or less, to place of
commencement.
No. ". Commencing al the S. B, corner T. L. 7512, about one mile from
head oi' Forward Harbor. N, E��� thence
north SO chains, easl 40 chains, koiiiIi
160 chains, west 40 chains, north 80
chains to place of commencement.
No, l. Commencing al the S. W,
, corner of T, L. 7904, about one mile
north of the lead Of Frederick Arm,
thence west SO chains, south 40 chains,
...si so chains and south 40 .bains
with line of T, L. 7439, thence easl
10 chains to shore at S. \Y. corner lot
274, thence north 80 chains, west -in
chains, more or less, to point of commencement,
DATED ihis 26th day of February.
1907.
The Mclaughlin lumber oo. Ltd.
By C. It. McLaughlin, Pres. and M. D,
UNO REGISTRY ACT.
TAKE NOTICE that application has
: been made tu register Edgar L. Webber as the owner in Fee Simple, under
a Tax Sale Deed from tho Reeve and
Clerk of Surrey, to Edgar L. Webber,
bearing the date 5th day of January,
A.D. 1901, of all and singular that cer-
��� tain parcel or tract of land and premises situate,  lying  and   being in   the
District  of  Xew  Westminster,   in   the
Province   of   British   Columbia,  more
particularly  known  and described as
Lots 1 and 2 of Block 10, subdivision
I of South  Fast    quarter    Section   10,
Township 1.
You and each of you are required
to contest the claim of the lax pur-
j chaser wilhin thirty days from the
date of the first publication of ibis
notice, otherwise 1 shall register Edgar L. Webber, as owner thereof in
fee. And I hereby order that publication of ihis notice for fifteen days
In a daily newspaper ; ublished at
Xew Westminster will be good and
sufficient service thereof.
DATED at the Land Regit try Office,
Xew Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 17th day of January, A.D.   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar.
To Thomas Jeffries, Esq.
All persons served with this notice,
.and those claiming through or under
\ them, and ail persons claiming any in-
: terest in the said land by virtu.��� of any
unregistered Instrument, and ail persons   claiming   an.-.'  interesi   in     Unsaid  land   by    descent    whose    title
is     not      registered     under      the
provisions of the "I.a:: ! Registry Act."
shall  he forever estopped  and  debarred  from  setting up any . laim  to .a'
in respect of ihe said bin 1 so sol 1 for
taxes as provided by the "Lan I Regis
try Act."
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN   H0Mc
Any available Is.;
Dl. u
���mil.,,
in the Railway la        ,.    "*'*
1 by
bia, may be
son who is th,. .' "' a"v Per-
01 il famli,
i :
-*������ id
"""'ni.,
rsonally,,
(hsirlci i.
or any male over
the extent of oi
160 acres, more
Entry  must   bi
the local land offi .
which the land I
The homestead.. ......j (
form  the conditi. V]    ' "
wi,h "' '"��""��� owingpinj
t li   Al least
upon and   cultivail
each year for thre.
(2) If the rath* .
father is deceased i,
er resides upon a  '.
of the land ent* i
meats as to ret I I.
by   such   person
father or mother.
(3) if the s<" ���
em residence up. n
ed by hlm In the \
.-.i.a.l.   the   requli - . ���
.!( nee may  be  Satlsl ���
upon the said lan I.
residence
!"f   "ie land in
;
'
...
nan.
md <i��n.
hi ....
aa to resi-
'��� 'idea e
Six months' notic*       ���     :. .;i
be given to the   Co ot Do
minion Lands at Otti Intentl a
to apply for patent.
Coal lands may 11  ;       ased al}:���>
per acre for soft  coi {20 for -.:..
thracite,     Not mon . - acres
can be acquired by on*
company.   Royalty al  lh.    ite of ten
cents per ton of 2,000 \<   	
collected on the gr< em output
AV. W. i ORY,
Deputy of the Mini   ���   i   the Interior.
X. B.���Unauthoriz* ;
this   advertisement    will
lor.
Al
ir i\
Throni ��� :   trains   to    '��� ���
Eai' daily.
First cla    s and tourist cai
Ti aim ly at ID: 10 o'cloc .
Information    beer!   :.   given,
Alex. Specks
Second Hand Store
The  I mini Wny.
When a mother forbade ber daughter social gayety on the ground that
Khe "bad seen the folly of such things,"
the daughter very reasonably answer-
F. .1. COYLE.
A. C. p, A.
Vancouver.
ED. QOULEl',
Agent civt.
Xew   Westminster.
TAKE
I�� Varied,
The late Judge Saunders of North
Carolina was noted as an angler, but
he had a poor memory as tn the weight
ed that she wanted to see the folly of I of the ""sl1 '"' 'l;l(l taken.   On one occa>
tbem   too,     That   Is   tbe   attitude   of i *>""   a   friend,   trying  to  entrap   bim,
youth  toward
'London Lady,
tin
' warnings of age.���
Slie  Did.
Mr. Misfit (savagely)���Before I married you was there any doddering
Idiot gone on you? Mrs. MhJgt-There
was one. Mr, Misfit���I wish to goodness you'd married him) Mrs. Misfit���
I did.���i/.s Angelga x.-ws
said, "Say, judge, what was the weight
nf that big cattish j on caught the other
day?"
The judge turned to his waiter and
said, "I!ol>, what did I say that catfish
weighed V"
"What time yesterday, Loss -in do
uiawnin'. at dinner or after guppah?"��-
St. Louis Republic,
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS. Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stages at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Fot  information apply to
T. H. ROGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver. B. C.
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
.Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
TAKE NOTICE thai an application
lias been made to r* gister dames Lord
as the owner In  Fee Simple, under a
��� Tax Sale Deed from the Mayor and
Treasurer of the City of Xew Westminster, to Patrick T. Bowler, bearing date the 18th day of August, A.D,
1902, of all and singular that certain
parcel or tract of laud and premises
situate, lying and being In the City
of Xew Westminster, In the Province
of British Columbia, more particularly
Known and described as Lots 10 and
11, Block "D" St. Patrick's Square.
Vou and each of * ou are required
to contesi the claim of the tax purchaser wiihin tort;..live lays from the
'l��'" of  the   first   publication of  this
J notice, otherwise I shall register
James Lord as owner thereof In fee,
And i hereby certify that publication
oi this notice for thirty days in a
dally newspaper published at Xew
Wi stminster will be good and sufficient service thereof.
DATED at the Land Registry Office
New  Westminster, Province  of  Brit-
J l��h Columbia this 1st day of Febru-
I ary, A.D.  1907.
C. S. KEITH,
District   Registrar.
( To Henry Elliott, Esq.
All persons served with  this notice,
and those claiming through or under
J them, and all persons claiming any
; Interest in the said land by virtue of
j any unregistered Instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interest in the
! said land by descent, whose title is
, nol registered under thc provisions of
"l" "Land Registry Act," shall be
I forever  estopped   and  debarred   from
setting up any claim to or in respect
j Of  'he  said  land  so sold  for  taxes  as
1 provided by the "Land Registry Act."
LAND  PURCHASE  NOTICE.
NOTICE IS  HEREBY  RIVEN
sixty   days  after   date   *'*
apply   to   the   Hon* ri e Chiel
Commissioner of   L a VVc   ���
for permission to ; n
lowing tract of land sil
District,  for a  Mill  Si i
Ing at a posl plant*
���
S.   E.   Arm   Huaskin   Li   e,        ll
���
ti  S
\Y.  corner T.  L,   N*
South 10   chains;    \ ���
South 10 chains, more i
shore of Turnbull <'<��������� ; thence V.'*
wiih shore line  20 ��� ha a- :  N'orl
chains;   East   5     ch
chains, more or    I* --.
Huaskin   Lake;    th* n ��� '   �����'���
shore line 20 ch Ins,
point   of  commen *    enl
40   acres,   more   oi    I* ���
DATED this  19th   li
1907,
The  Mclaughlin  lum   h
LTD.
Bj C, R  McLaughlin, P ���     M D
LAND REGISTRY ACI.
TAKE NOTICE that a
been  made to  regist* i   K
as the owner in Fee Simple
'Dnx Sale Deed from C. A. Cai
Reeve and E. M.  Cai n
the  District  of Surrey,    ���
the lllh day of December.   V.D. 1
of all and singular that c<
or tract of land and pn n    ���
:.. in- ami being in tbe D '   v" '
Westminster, in th*   Provinn
ish Columbia, more pai
and described as  I i l
of Section 25, Block a "
West,
Vou ami each i I      ;
to contesi  the i laim i I
chaser within fori.. I   '
date  of the  Brst   pu
notice,  I shall registi i   Ka
as owner thereof In fee,     '     ] ''
eet   thai    publication   . I
for  thirty days  in  a  dai
published   al   Xew   Westmin   ��� i  wl-
be good and Btifflcienl servic
DATED al the Land Reg
New  Westminster,  Province ol British Columbia, this  llth da   '' JanU
ary, A.D, 1907.
C. S. KEITH.
Districl K'
To Thomas  Archibald   Melmii ������ ',>!
All   persons  served   with l
lice,   and   those claiming  Hi    ,|h '
under   Ihem,  and   all   pel'"
Mim
ing any interesl In the said land '���
virtue of   any    unregistered    "'���"'"
ment,   and  all persons   claiming fl"'
interest  in the said  land I)J descen ���
whose   title  is  not   registered   li:1'
the provisions of the "Land Res
Act." shall  he forevei  c topped run
debarred  from setting up ��">'
io or in  respect of the snl*l    '' '
sold   for   laves   as   provided
"Land Registry Act," ,��UR8��Ay
MA
RCH  7, 1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
you
CANNOT
DO
BETTER
than carefully study the following
list of properties for sale by us.
EVERY DAY new bargains are
listed. EVERY DAY bargains are
sold. EVERY DAY prices are rising and TO-DAY is your opportun-
THE CURSE OF INDIA     the country house.
jt    We have choice farms, fine residential properties, lots throughout the
city for building purposes    Homes for the people.   If y-ou have
called on us, do so now.   It will repay you.
Td. 333 FRONT  STREET
not already
Tel. 333
FCt
ACRES   MURCHIE   ROAD,
r.ABY.    $1=0  PER  ACRE.
, ,.,.    Id's, corner 3rd
, si ;  "j-room house an 1
��� $1,500, one-third cash,
at 7 per cent,
LOTS    OF     LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near  thc  Bridge
Cheap
, i i.    ."���,  of ii milo
,     port   Mood} :    v
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & 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 8th Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easv.
��� ��� ac ��� lutsi.i
an    '..���       ���..'..' i
lli "���     7! I:"'     I* i ed, rua.l ,       .      ,.
:    chicken  house,   Prlce   $1100|   h, .
and ni good    ���   ,.lontha .,, 7   ,... ,, .
Price $4.5C0.    b ilf
hs at 7 per cent. 214   storej     ous.
:.: i lei n    improveniei i lixli!^.
lane al   iacl<      irt of lol   et oul   .-
One Lot 56x132 ft. on
,, A v., north side,
gt. cor. block 6, S. block
5.' Price $1,000, half cash.
b'al. 6 per cent. Lane on
hack"!'!'d.
one  '.i ilf  acres, one acre
' lltlng;  1  1-2   .'"
>' clea House,  5  ro mi i,
ii      lalf,    ma I  barn;
i house;  ;'. iit trees and straw-
$1,700,  hall   cash;    ial
'��� " i::      ���     montl     at 7 per cent.
��� iiuable holding, an 1 near
e cl ill and bring this n iver
Large lot mid two cottages on Columbia sireet, Sapperton, Both rented
at $10 each.
Frame house, Eighth street; 2 storej s; 6 large rooms; water, telephone,
small shed. Between 3rd nnd lib av-
��� nue; good view. Price $1,300. $600
cash;   $300   in   six   months,   $io*j   by
ou  for further  parti-    Uthly pa)'ments uf *10'
$2,750. $1,500 i ish,                 '   and   12   culars One and one-half storey house nnd
al ~ Percent. Kishi   .,,.,,���  ,,���    v, r,���   ��� ,    lull   size   lot,  situated  north .side   of
mi    Vancouver   Road
fac-
.. on JubUee r()ad fac_   Royal avenue and comer of McKlnnlS
:'.. !. closei up talrs;   "'- thi  roads;  1-3 mile from Jubilee   street;  9 rooms;  bath room' hot and
hou-'.; 7 roo;
all modern improvements; new house;   ; '"''"" "n the tram line, near Koyal
cold  water, closet;   woodshed;  young
bearig   fruit trees;   streets on  three
_ . $3,000.  '.  cash, y2  ii. 6 months al  7   "''���  !l"'''1-    Small  house;    3    acres
Fifth  avenue,  sub  B, 10   ,      conl    Good sized stable and fruil   cleared and   cultivated.   Price $4,500.   s:'1('s;   f,ne  view'    Prlce $1,800' *900
������ ���.
f300  cash,   l/i   cleared;   size
j  feel
���   !... 20, 21, lac- on  16th
- ii  avenue;   2 corner  ln\>
..; i its $200 each.    Price
$950, cash     Single  lots at cash.
: .-  In  Sapperton, facing
;   .. eet.    Price $150 cash.
... 7 rooms; I a h, flush
... I, hot and cold v. ater;
v   ..      icing   I b  avenue   an I    3r I
i et,    Price $2,400, V6 cash
-.i   one-half   acres   between
- :. i     Eighth    avenue;     SOUth
reel     Price $2.5Q0.
���     -ni   house u   Sth  slreet    *'���'   cash,   halance     C,     12,  and   Is
cash.
<>u up] "���  sl le.
','��� xl4l feet   $250 cash.
months at 7 per cent. One full -sized lot, 2nd lot from cor
Seven-roomed bouse, Seventh sireet.   Qer-   ll"1  street   and Sth  avenue, lot
near Fifth avenue,  two  storeys,  full
sized lot, $1,600.
One an i a half lots, Sapperton, just
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
*1,200.    Terms to  be arranged.
Full sized lot, No. 12 Third avenue
and 13th street, north side.   $300 easy HOUSE and LOT
terms- Centrally  located  in  a comniniandiug
17 lots, full sized on fith street, in  situation;   Third   avenue,  at   foot  of
_ res; sou;;, hall' of hn 28, sec.   Burnaby,   Fast   side   100   yards from Fifth street.   Two and one half-storey
. Hall's Praiiie road.   New house and   Cliff  Can   factory.     Price  $1,020. house.   Teu rooms (recently papered)
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots section
'1, near Richmond St.,Sapperton. for sale. $600, half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
We
have   a
few
valuable
lots
	
Betw
een
9th
street an
d 8th
stre
et.
Betw
een
3rd
and
4th
avenue.
good harn.
4
rs 23,   38,   39.   40;   full   size:
eas  ,
ired:   Eighth and Seventh
aver.
and     Cumberland     street.
r,:.
=ish.
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
$60
Snap in Lots.
n   Twelfth   sireet. between      Vacant lots for sale In all parts of
ml  Thirl  avenue;  west  side   the city, from $25.00 to $3,000
ful1  Blze'    Price $:;""      SO acres, one mile from Abhotsford,
1 i acres i leare 1. good  soil, 220 fruit
. 1  Lots   '...'���ween   Seventh   ,,,,,,..   ...,,. $1,400. half cash, halance
���i I Hamlll in stree-, east  of   i:i lnr ,ua] payments at reasonable
eet; all cleaie 1 an I [ence 1.   interest
���  one of the lots. $1,500, ,,,.
. . 150  acres  Im irove I   I in I,      '������ lings
ial :;. e 1 ne ye ir at 1 per ...
nn I she I- ��� omplete, ue ir 1 I 1 la'.e;
all unde;' cultivation, $15,000.    If you
i ������ mile waterfront, G.N.   (..(n  h.in���e  m._ don.t  delav.   it.��� ���
through,      $9,460, terms   barga,n; tmns can be arranged.
e ' ig ite,
.    ,. ..   ,,        L60 acres goo 1  farm land in Del.a,
'^.outside cHj  V.nv.i, from rlver( near Scot,
Fuller   particulars on ^ |18 per Bcre. a reai good buy.
40 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $150, inside
lots $125. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and IS months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
House on Royal and Eighth strefet, A" m��dern conveniences; hot and |
two storeys, seven rooms, full sized C'"M water' batn' flusn closet' lava" |
lot, $2,000. u"'-v'   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot
66x132, with lane in rear;  part of lot I
set out with fruit trees.   Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
2 lots, 20, 21; Xo. :'", $170; No. 21,
(corner)   $175.    Durham  and  Second
sl reels.
House and lot, 33 x 100, 1%-storey,
situated near Queen's avenue. $1,350.
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
Oue hundred and sixty acres X. W,
Vi Sec. 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, a acres slashed,
N'o. 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time, V per cent,
interest.
One hundred and sixty acres, X.W.
Yi    Sec. 25,  Township 16, 2%  miles
h   lot
,;-' ii cottage, Tth Ave.&
';' It., facing Tth Ave.; 2
full sized lots; name of cot-
taj Cecil; bath room,
sheds, peach, apple,
pe and plum trees. Price
$1800, half cash, bal. 6&
12    is. at T per ct.
from      Abhotsford,    creek      running
through,  50  acres  alder bottom, said
00 acres good fruit land In Surrey;   to  be  $600 worth  of  timber  on the
can he bought now for $25 per acre,  property.    Price $10 per acre, % cash,
��� ,.  ,     inlet, three square miles. ...   only one-quarter cash needed, balance  balance on time.
h If cash  balance easy.  >!1 one or two years at 7 per cent. Ten acres in Lot 46:1, one mile east
ISO a* res   M iple Ridge, Sections 28,  of Westminster Junction, Al soil, eas-
i and 32, Township 9, one-half prai-  i!-v cleared-   *30 I'�� acl'e'
$6.00 per acre.
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can simply. __
rie. rest brush and some small trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per ace; Section 2D, $60 per acre; Section 28, $55
per acre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegr iph station. Pitt Rivet Bri iu ������
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per ceni.  Exclusive agency.
House   and   lot,   50   x   133,   hack   of
���-. Westminster district, 40     1G0 acres on the Scott road, 13 acres   .^^     racing Coiumbia st.   Rents
' Nation,   10 acres or- fl(..i.i.(,.   ,,.���.���  50 x 30; ��, etc.;    .,_.  .,,;,.���  ,el. m<mth      prlce $1|200,
half    cash, balance  In   six   months.
I i '..in land
Too Good  to  Miss
House;   Dining   Room.   Parlor,   2
Bed   Rooms,   Kitchen,   Bath   Room,
Pantry;   Chicken  house and Wood
Shed;  Electric Light. .$1,150, Cash.
tl roa I, 13 acre
cleared; barn 50 \ 3i
'   ,::"    PlanteJ  splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $l,00i
ish, bal
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House, corner of Fifth avenue and
Sixth street, one lot, two storeys, 8
rooms, $2,500, half cash.
House,   full   sized   lot,   on   Keary
cash, balance easy. You cannot possibly get a higher per-
: " ls^ ";  frame barn ""      Between  Fifth  and  Sixth  avenues, pe ,.���. v.Qur m���u���v Ul;1!1 ,,  ���,.,. street, Sapperton;   rents for $10 per
ost  frame bouse  and   co* ^^    nvr,   e|gh, ,,���,������, ������
"" ln a11' Btable S C0W8 :""  modern stable and chicken house, full	
CASTE    WHICH    FIXES   THE    STATUS
OF EVERY   HINDOO.
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Xo   Han   ( un   Rlae   From   the   * Iiim,
However   I nclean,    lu    Which    no
Waa Born���Neither Wealth rVor Suc-
���������������<   Iffectii (lie Caate of Anj   One.
Iii the fixed scale .>f descent In India
some classes are merely Inferior, while '
Bome are "unclean" or "untouchable,"
but   from  whatsoever class a man  be
born in be has no escape but death.
Children  horn  In nn  "unclean"  caste!
remain "unclean;" children born In an
inferior caste remain as their fathers
were.   Nothing that they can do can '
in  the slightest degree change their
situation,   They were born "unclean;"
their  ancestors  were "unclean;" their
descendants will be "unclean" till the
end of the chapter.
To give a few Illustrations from
many, a weaver is less ���'unclean" than
a carpenter, a carpenter Is above a
bouse cleaner, a bouse cleaner Is above |
a streel cleaner, nml a street cleaner Is
above a pariah or no caste man. Every
trade or occupation lias Its exact place,
arbitrarily Axed, In the scale of degradation,
Above all the men tnat labor with
their liivnds in whatsoever way are
the tradesmen and shopkeepers, also
with subdivisions Into classes; above
the tradesmen is the useless and now
almosl Idle warrior class; ah ive the.
warriors is the Brahman or priestly
class,   a->l   wiih   these   grand   divisions
the  structure of the system  is com.
plete.
Wealth or material situation or sue
cess has nntbing to do with the caste nf
any man. You may hire for your cook
or valet a Brahman of the purest strain
serene, who for weeks before you engaged him may have been on the verge
of starvation. The meager beggar to
whom you toss alms In the road may
be of a very high caste. The well fed
groom, resplendent In gorgeous livery
flashing by on a carriage that covers
the beggar with dust, is very likely of
a caste a mile below tbe beggar. Time
uo more than effort can break down
these walls of division. One of the
wealthiest and most distinguished families In Calcutta, the famous Tagore
family, lost caste about two centuries
ago. Members of Ibis family have received honor from the government,
have conferred great ben -tils upon city
au.l country and have been noted for
their numerous charities and benefactions. Oue exerted himself all his life
to further native education. Another
helped to endow Calcutta university.
All are enormously rich, and all bear
enviable reputations for goodness, honesty and philanthropy. But the wall o'
caste has never fallen for tbem. They
are still bated and avoided by their
countrymen exactly as they were at
the beginning of their exclusion. In the
streets of Calcutta is many a ragged
artisan thut would not sit ou the same
bench with a Tagore or touch the end
of his robe.
Pain, suffering, penury, even death
itself, is nothing to the Hindoo com-
pared with the loss of caste. Many a
Hindoo that In the old days would
yield nothing to the most fiendish tor
lures qui.dily surrendered bis secrets
when threatened with sometbiug that
would contaminate him���a piece of
cowskln, perhaps, or a glass of water
that had been touched by a pariah. Iu.
I suppose, thousands of cases persons
that have hopelessly lost their caste
have abandoned their homes aud wandered miserably along the roads until
death overtook them. Thousands of
others have thrown themselves into tbe
Gauges or deliberately starved.
Three Brahman girls who had been
degraded by a Mussulman went before
a judge to demand vengeance and
when the judge declined to interfere
killed themselves in the courtroom.
At a town called Buj Buj a widow
lost caste by falling iu love with a
man beneath her. As loss of caste by
one member of tbe family degrades
tbe others also, her eldest son Immediately swallowed poison and died,
and his remaining brethren tied the
country.
A husband shares a wife's degradation. A wife goes down the Steps with
a husband, For more than ;ui) years
a Brahman family of Santlpur has
been outcaste because one member fell
In love with the daughter of a shoemaker.���Charles Edward Uusiell In
Cosmopolitan  Magazine.
sizeu
$2,500.
160 acres In Sin
two    store;, s,   $1,000   cash,
5 acres cleare 1,
1 side. $1,800, half cash.
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���'-; near Mission Station;
i h.n hes near al baud;
Hits Iw Ice a day; about 100
er, lir an I i edar, never been
100   refused   tor   standing  fenced on roa
image house 16 x 24;  ben   balance on time al  6 per cent.,
le  Of  how,. |  limber  laid   in   i1'1'' '" s'lll>  ''  ';"'  "'''
' x  30     A   i hance of a  life-      Part of lot 3G0, joins Lake Comnrur,
''". ,"l.i.oii cash, balance at  0  about   T'i   acres,   only   $25   per   acre.
li ilf cash.   Jump.
,60 acres. Langley, 23 under cultiva-
,,.    house,   harn.   she is.   etc.  all   In
n,\  re���a|r;  ���  snap  al  $3,000, half
stages and two lota on First
pposite Queen's  park.    Price
'    blocks,    fruit   lands,   near
nn Eight-room*
$2��IHM'acra conveniens, on Carnarvon street and
' In sec. 32,   Timber, fir, ce-   six,h atreet   two storeys. $3,750.
ler.    (lood
BUNGALOW
In besl residential portion of Now Westminster,
east end: close to ear; (1
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Trice $2,750. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
month.    Only $1,050.
House, 10 rooms, l'L> lots, neai
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2.COO.   Terms can be arranged.
135  acres,  one  mile  from  Huntingdon, B.C., 70 acres In grass, IT. acres |
drained  and  fenced;   house and bam
post $2,500; good road along one side; ,
prlco $50 per acre, half cash, halance,
to suit purchaser at 6 per cent.   Reason for selling, the owner's wife is in
had  health,  aud has to go  to a cold
climate.
Double tenement house, 5 rooms in
each house, water, light, full size lot,
between    First   and    Second    street.
1     Room      tpnt-i     That     Should     Ba
Known iih lli<> "Ottlce."
The most privately conducted home
luust communicate With increasing frequency with the world outside. The
coul i.i.m, the Ice man. the automobile
repair shop must be upbraided or cajoled.     Reports  must   be reviewed,  ne.
counts kept, bills examined and the
senders occasionally treated with a
cheek. From a room removed from
the rest of tho liouse one must speak
with the railway station, settle with
the expressman or deliberate with the
chauffeur or coachman, for none of
these tiling's should disturb the tranquillity of the home .>r the o.iuanamity
of guests. If the Ik.iiso is to minister
to all the activities of a home it Is
bik'h time that space be devoted to this
mechanism of living. For want of a
better term a room devoted to such a
purpose may be called tbe "office" of
the liouse. Here the telephone stands
on a table that bears also the mii
cellaneous utensils and printed matter
that are always wanted in a house
when they cannot be found. Here are
cookbooks, gardening books, dictionaries, time tables, while a few old
plates, a cast or two, bits of Dresden,
water colors and a few cherished pho
tographs relieve an otherwise humdrum collection of necessities. Here
arriving parcels are placed and the
daily mall opened. Mysterious cup
boards there are and drawers with
Inks that work.   Indoors and Out.
Pronunciation.
Here Is a curious couplet which Illustrates In one sentence the various values of the combination "ougU" und
shows how strikingly Inconsistent are
the spelling and pronunciation of same
English words. The Hues may be supposed to bo the words of an Invalid
who had a strong will and was determined to live In spite of bis ailment:
Tlimu;h   thc   tough   cough   and   hiccough
ploughed me through,
Yel   o'er   life's   lough   my   course   I   Will
pursue.
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ind l"i on Agnes street, two  Fourth avenue, on north side.    Price
muse , all    modern
House a..u >>���. >��������� --c���  -   - -m-
slorevs, seven rooms; a real snap at  $1,500, half cash, balance In one year |
$2,500. .   at (i lR'r cent-
  ...   ���,,.,,,   in   put Meadows, only     160 acres, all fenced, ready for cui
'"" Partl����lar8. between   1st    and   2d St., hall blocl*     64   acres  m   r ^ ^^ g00fl Wilt0��� ha!f mlle  f,���m
$475, $275   cash,   b u m       - ���      ���'     "
soli; good roads.       ^ ^  No   ,.,   faclng ,m   Ith Ave.
l   acre cleared;   3 miles  from Park
���a  % I0.no per acre, %
4 casb.   21sl August and 21st February,
1908.    al 6 per cent.
school, at  Chiiliwack. $75 per aoro
Ilot nml Cold.
Pete Persimmon ��� Yeas, Ah reckon
Ah am fated to be a bachelor. Ah
lubed a gal once, but she threw cold
watah on mah suit. Henry Haip���
Well, dat's bettah den gettln' mahhled
en hablu' yo' wife throw hot watah on
yo' suit. Dat's what mine does ebry
time I stay ont after 10.��� Chicago
N'ews.
A CONTRAST.
Freneh nnd IQnffllnh Women us Tli��->
CrosM  a   Muddy   Str*-*-(.
See a Parlsienue cross a muddy
street. She advances tiptoe to the
edge of the pavement, poises like a
bird ready for a Sight, deftly raises
her dress- more than enough to show
her embroidered skirt, the dainty hose
and elegant bottines, and without more
delay she trips across, toe and heel
barely touching aud tbe mud refusing
to cling to the fairy feet that hardly
leave an Impression on it. Landed ou
the other side, she gives her fine feathers a little shake into place and passes
on with shoes that look as if just put
on at that moment.
Watch an Englishwoman immediately afterward. She reaches the curbstone, comes to a dead standstill and
stolidly contemplates the muddy road.
Finally she selects a route. Then,
very cautiously, she lifts her dress,
making sure that the taps of her
shoes aro under cover; then, slowly
advancing, she puts her right foot out.
Plump It goes, the water oozing ovei
It, and then splash, splash, splash, until the other side Is reached, wheu,
with soiled skirts and soaked shoes,
she proceeds on her wet and muddy
-way.
Nothing could be more characteristic
of their respective nationalities, ami
nothing could be more amusing thau
their mutual contempt for each other's ways. ��� Translated From tho
French For St. Louis Republic.
Men'i Hntu and Women*! Veils.
"I sen here that a woman writer
wonders why a man always looks 111
his hat before he puts it on." said the
reflective man as he looked up from
his paper. "Here is what she says;
'When a man puis on his bat be most
always looks inside it tirst. What he
expects to see remains n mystery, but
he looks for lt, all the same.' That's
easy. He looks In his hat to see If the
knot holding the inside band together
will be at the back of his head when
he puts It on. Now, If she'll tell me
why a woiv.an always pulls down her
veil and purses up her mouth before
she steps out of doors we'll call i1;
square."���New York Press.
Sld<- Whiskers.
In tier last novel, "The Dream and
the Business," Mrs. Craigie, I regret to
note, used the expression "side whiskers." The redundant "side" is to be
found also In Meredith, Dickens, the
greater Richardson, Bronte, Calne,
Corelli, Sims and Shorter. As a matter
of fact, unless otherwise stated, the
least Intelligent reader would take it
for granted that the whiskers were
worn on the side of the face, as indeed
is the usual practice. The terms "Up
whisker" (mustache) and "chin whisker" (beardette) are Americanism/!.���
Pall Mall Gazette.
Just Like Him.
Tbe  Rev.  Walter Colton, author of
"Ship and Shore" and oilier books,
gave a most forcible Illustration of tho
character of an officer on board the
Ship to which be was attached as chaplain, Tne officer was always meddling
With oilier people's  business  and   was
seldom ln his own place. Consequently
he was most unpopular with the sail
ors. One of tbem, goaded to unusual
Irritation, said one day, "I do believe
that at the general resurrection the
lieutenant will be found getting out of
somebody else's grave."
The Soft  Answer.
".Tohuny," said the stern parent, "my
father used to whip me when I behaved at the table as badly as you aro
doing."
"Well," rejoined the precocious
youngster, "I hope I'll never have tu
make a confession like that to my llttlo
boys."���Chicago News.
IcQUARRIE &  CO.
Agents for Employers
Real  Estate Brokers
��� Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
The (nnse of Tronhle,.
She���I can't understand why Lord
Busted wants a divorce. His wife had
half a million when he married her.
He���Yes, and she's got. every penny
of It still. That's tbe trouble.-Ftck-
Me-l'p.
Constant complaints never get pity,���
Oerrann Proverb.
Effect of lUuli Living.
Goodman Gonrong��� Wake up, pard.
Wot ye gr.tanin' about? Tllffold Knutt
(rubbing his eyes)���Gosh, but I've bad
a horrible dream 1 I thought I'd got n
job o' work an' WUZ doin' the manl-
curln' fur a octopus.���Chicago Tribune.
A llt'Nlorntlve.
Supplicant���I'm faint from lack of
food. Rich Lady (generously)���How
dreadful! Here, smell my vinaigrette, tr
THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY
MARCH 7.
AFTER STOCKTAKING
We have special inducements to offer in
CROCKERY   AND  GLASSWARE
in order to make room for our spring  stock,   which  is  expected  soon.
The   market  quotations  are  sure  to  advance on the  following staple
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place your orders for these goods at once.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
..A Cheap Home..
A good House and three Lots
on Third Street for $1900.
ANOTHER
ANOTHER!
j Social and ���
Personal
Matter intended for this column should
be addressed, "Social Editor, Baily
News, l'... l*"* I*'-'. ���N'<" Westminster.
Mr. and Mrs. E, M. N. Woods have
returned from a two months' visit
to Victoria.
.Miss l.a.ln. r is the guest of Miss
Nora Armstrong.
Miss Mothersell of Ottawa, arrived
in the city on Tuesday on her wny to
California and will stay .1 few days
with her cousin.. Mrs. <:. U. Brymner.
Mr. and Mrs, Allison, of Greenwo i.
are the guests of Airs. Allison's mother, Mrs. McBride.
The Duodecem club rn< 1 last evening ai the residence of Miss Constance DeWolf Smith.
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Household
Necessity
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior
work in every
description of building
Nice 2-storey House, corner lot,
on Queen's Ave.  Onlv $1600.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
'Phone   "05.
'Phone
THE    CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SiXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Jeers  and   Hisses.
San    Fran* Isco,    Man ���    l.    There
was .1 riot .ii .. local th* aire lasl night
ilui .ii- ilir progress ol an Irish ; lay.
layers  were ho ite ..  i ggs   ��   :
i i. ii   i\ -in      . ��� :.   and thn >��� .
..   ,, |     ;,. ���        .     I ged     ..,.:..-���
. . ihe hi tors ai I actr< sses fear* I
thai they were a >u to ��� iti ed
The obj. ct I u th' .:< i rs, hlssi s an i
��� uonstration was thi , layer who
Look the part ol M s. Mel lusk* .', - n*
ol ihe leading chara* ters,
' ��� , ause the woman's pai I in thi firsi
., ��� calle I or the Irinking ol a glass
oi beer, I n o s* on nn n, ... nibers oi
Ihe Irish societies of this city, charged
th. stage, ,m I for half an hour refused tn allow the play to go on. Rioi
. alls were senl in and a squad of polk* was despatched to the place, The
d* monstration ai the en 1 of the lasi
: i i resulted in the objectors being
ejecl ���'!   fr nn   the  ho ise,
Put up in twenty-three
tints and white
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to   look   for
New
Spring
Coat or
MURALO i
Ready for use when
mixed with water
Any person can apply it ���
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MAKE  YOUR
HENS LAY
Skirt
Large numbers >.f this season's favorite style
during the last few days.   The trade for these good
with extra  vigor,   and  women  will  find it a plea  in
this new showing while it is ut its best.
':'' to hand
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New Coats
Among  the fabrics shown made up in long and
Light Grey Tweeds, Shadow Plaids,   Black and  Wh ���
Cloths, Cravenette, etc,   There  is a  large ran;,. ���
find excellent values from $6.00 to $20.00 each.
"gths, are
Covert
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New Skirts
In 1. th Ladies' anil Misses' Skirts you can find th. .   ;im| jjM
to suit, from the varied range we are showing:   Panama I |    .,.'.'.
Cravenette, Black and White, White Serge,   Fancy Gr* i   mjt
and  Colore.!  Venetian,  are a  few of the material ��� thenew
skirts.   From $3 to $15 each,    You will find the best oi .., . .
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
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Every article or piece of Furniture in our establishment
at actual cost without res* rve, First come, first served.
We need the cash, and you want the goods. This is a
chance of a lifetime.
Lumber Soars.
Seattle, March C���Lumber rates
are still climbing, according to shipping men. An unusual instance is reported by L, H. Gray <t Co., who were
yesierday offered $'.< rates to San
Francisco and $10 rates to San Pedro
"At the time we had no ship availabl*
to take the charter," said Mr. Gray
"but we hope to have one in a day
oi two. The rate was proposed to us
without solicitation or bargaining
Hind. Rolph & Co. report rates of
SS.75 and $9 as common. They state
they have no available ships for
charter.
Other shipping men made substantially the same reply to the question
regarding ships available yesterday.
Practically every vessel that can carry lumber is laden and chartered
ahead.     Lumber   is   badly   needed  in   Ellard Block
San   Francisco  for  building, and  this   	
demand, with delays of docking an
difficulty In getting charters has fori
ed prices up.
NEW   WESTMINSTER
While Eggs are High
BY USING
STURTEVANT'S
Egg    FOOd    and
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
New Westminster
Second Hand Junk Store
OOOOOOOOOOO  o  0 (i  0 O 0 0  o   ii  ii  .. ii  i    ,)  (! ,   ,   no
Highest Prices Paid for  STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also bu\ and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Between  Columbia  and
Fraser River Hotel
Apply by mail,
or by
'Phone No. 214
W. E. FALES,
716 and 713 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.      Rear Extension.  Front St.
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DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATERPROOF  LOGGER  BOOTS
JUST TO HAND.  EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices.
See our Window and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
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| Electric Railway Service!
Skeleton Unearthed.
Xew Void;. March 6.���While making some excavations yesierday in
New Rochelle, workmen unearthed
the skeleton of a man believed to be
Barthc-Iemew Lispenard, of the Huguenot founders of New Rochelle, who
lied from La Rochelle. in Prance, after the revocation of the Edict of
Nantes. The bones, which had been
buried 150 years, were encased in
solid stone, The only member of the
Llspenard family now living is said '
to be T. O. Stuart, a real estate broker of New  York.
Moreys
FOR
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
Onera  House  Bookings.
Mar. T--.\ Cowboy's Girl.
Mar. 9���Bonnie Brier Bush,
Mar. 12���My  Wife's  Family,
Mar. 22 -Creston  Clark.
Mar. 27���Florence Gale.
April 5���King of Tramps.
Jap-a-Lac
Gives new life and lustre to
Old Tables, Chairs,
Furniture
and Picture Frames,
It is the Ideal Finish for
floors, interior woodwork,
bath rooms,  sasli and sills.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
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(THREE GOOD BUYS
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Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and S:30
a. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
6.16 a.m. to 11 p.m.
20 Minute Service���No transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and 5 and 7.
30 Minute Service during re- ��
mainder or day. Transfer at ���
Leopold Place. ���
Sunday Service half-hourly between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from (1.2.". u.
m. to II p.m., except between ���
12 and 2, and 6 and 7, during 2
which hours the service will he J
half-hourly, *
Sunday Service   hnir-nourly oe- ���
tween S.30 a.m. and 11 p.m. ���
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Seven-roomed modern Dwelling on Carnarvon St.; stone wall in front, street at back-
fine grounds and view; newly papered
throughout. Price $3,000. Good terms.
Modern seven-roomed Dwelling on Third
Street, near Queen's Ave.; good garden,
fruit, etc.    Price $2,800.   Good terms'.
Beautiful corner on Queen's Ave. near
Park; size 100x132 feet; frontage on three
streets; beautiful garden, and lots of fruit
of every kind; cosy cottage, and exceptionally fine view.    Price $2,750.00.
F.J.HART& CO.,Ltd.
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LOTS   IN  THE
WEST END AT
A BARGAIN, AND
on easy terms, too. Sloping towards lh*'
south, with magnificent view. High and
dry, and partly cleared. No better invest-
ment offered. Price-Corner lots, $175;
inside lots, ,$125 and $150. Half cash, U
in (5 months and 1-4 in 12 months, at 7 per
cent interest.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. PtARSON, Mgr.

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