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 II -.1
,ooks Going Fast
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Books Going Fast
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i .......i-.���____���*_*-
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.CME -'��� NUMBER f��(l
SENA   WESTMINSTER, P.. C. WEDNESDAY   MORNING,   _RRI1
n CEN i > IM H V 1
OLUMBIAN   IGNORES COLUMBIAN COLLEGE     BASEBALL PLAYERS
G.N.R. PLANS
MAKES GOOD SHOWING
ELECT OEflCEHS
SETTLERS  SUFFER  AT
REGINA
Reference Made to Transferring of Alaska Trade to
New Westminster Long Extension on Opposite Side
of  Fraser   River.   Will   Be   Euilt   to   the  Bridge.
5TAFVF    WILLI-   GET    FIFT>     PER
CENT    INCREASE     '.   SALARIES
.' -, \        MPROV EMENTS.
.J\   \'< ORK   FOR EN    -    NG YI ���'���
-FEE INCREASI (OKI
L\D��"'.   . _NS Dl   ' -'   ON
Fifty Carloads of Effect. and Hundred* of PaMengeri Held
Up   Because   C N. R.   la   Not   Ready   lo   Handle   the
Freighl   Great Distress Among Newcomer*
l  ill'.-  > '���     ��� ������ .:. ..������..-   ���
'     '    ' "' '���....
Dj
gi
f the s m . .    -  ���    ".��� -....-
f the greatest .i .��� , ��� ���
..-..- nster.
��� '.'������       -' nd
I  i   ���   elum
si    entin Th<   sti i
.'��� havi     ��� ���      gi   red had the
an been to        iin
.   from any of-
the effi   ��� th I thi   facts were   thi   enti : ���     ridgi
.....
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,    ���   M -      - ,\ M'
...
���lie wort
���
at   preseni      it]      .     in
-  , ��� . . the {       nd level
��� . ���    V'ale
fron
��� Is  of
���
in
ll ro    A thi
\    :;    ���  ��� -> Many of  (ho n
. ci t i .,..',
S   . ... ���    ���        ..        ��� ':,.'',.
'. . ' ��� .   "    ,    '
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. it* :.m  in
epn -.Mitel. ns             last   will   b<    ised   In  'be'
tory will ne-  bi   contradicted, .     I thi   ....        b along the ex
thi n       ������             n II to con- ��� nsie n.   b hili    thi   larj -   n itnl i     ol
Thi   sourci   fi         vhieh lhi . ��� -   .                      at present i
ion was ol ti ine ; b.\ the N'ews jroui             ���          ���   , ���   ���         nmence
itely reliable, and further im thi   worl    as a   birge  numbei   will be
announcemenl -   are  expi cted ��� pii ed in add                hi se.
' dure. m .         .            |   (      ..,.   gwlt( ,lt s
i'.   I ��� ople   who   are   in   to ich m I  spurs   al   the   Livi :; ool     docks,
lhe G.   X    R    movements   with when this was first built several years
| to New   Westminster confirm- ago, :        now  been taken   . , and are
f stoi    '������'��� 'd   v.    Local officials being   usi I   In   i instruction   work   on
i.  N. R.   admitted   the   Fa ts, the V   V.  & E.    This would indicate
wondering  how   the  story  had thai  the tra'fflc which bus been hand-
taUwd i' " :���-1 the r<    vt)l ' ���                  ivi r ��� ' the
"^BUetiii.:.' in the        oh   was point- ne w dock wbicb Is to be bulli on   '"
rout ye. iiTilay.    The flee! of steam- side - f th<  river near the Mew Wi   I
whirl' will ���.;���  from New Westmin- minster bridge.
LER CONDUITS CITY WILE SEEL
MAPPED EOR CITY MANY GOOD LOTS
IT
INTENDENT STOTT TABU-
rES MAINS AND SLUICES-
FILED  IN  CITY  HALL.
Su erintendi nl     Stotl
ti !  ;. complete  i abtila.1 ii n
watei as     condul
ad wad     .      -    In   I b	
-, ti - . . i I I be I " . In
rmai   d emb     ��� I
���     ... II    ��� :   ri
;.:'��� resti I ties.     Mr.
en i ii ������. ��� ���  I upon I bis wi
-���  : '���,;��� or lev c months, and
mosl   . orup ��� ' '��� in  evei :���
nying  plans
. -���   ; eful  ie' all employe ��� s
LAND TAKEN BY CITY BECAUSE
TAXES WERE UNPAID WILL
PASS UNDER THE HAMMER.
; S.IllOU        :      .
... ���        .     ��� lldii
.
���    Dorm \
.. ���  ��� oxi this will  be
.     u   $l,20i
Presuma b   as an offscl   o the in
-������ mi all salai ie -. it  was doi I b il
rici   ol  boai I al thfi
Iwenty-fivi      ' :   conl     I ;
���   . ..���    . idents could
nn of $lfi
n   .      ii  In future thi   anthorltlei
nd $20 jn
In    itun     11 i     mc es on : he stall
I.    ollege will        filled bj  candl'
dati      eli       lb)   be pn sidenl of the
��� ::������    This de   Ision was arrh i . ..
in order to facll late matters, and I
.. .    long   li '....��� s wiili h might eiiBiii
\   n solution   was i :   requesi
the  .'Mn'', rence of the  Mefhodlsl
:.  i  '..  u !iie Ii  meets    on Maj   15,   o
:. ���-.'. i lon    '" appolnl  a coi
���      ���     he '. lews nf thc Col
��� n m." i 'ollege e n the provincial unl
. i rs ll ^   quesl lon    before    the  propel
i< s.
��� ��� nu '..'   , nmi iltti     .ee     issi
���   ]. '     iti .    or the C '
e,   ..."] ���;.   wai   di. <',-��� '
.   i polii \ of Ii ���.' lopmenl : ��� ..���     il
I of dlrecti      at I he-ii  mi i I In     n
May       The    n r min i ndnl Ions   which
..:....'
.....
...
..... ...
resident.   11      h, In
: ... Oil '       '
.jce       ���   -       ' !'.'���
lo!   Wad   n    manager,  S   W    II
���    a   . ��� m  I-'   0   r.mi'.,   .
I-. v m i ii 11 \ m   s     M ib olmson,   K
Hughi s,   \V,   E   Sinclair,   I.   Sells,  .1
I , ,\
.....
.      ���    . '.���".: '..������
'   ���' , on.
A   .    '.' :   ce con I   Messrs
Sinclali   an I    Bodwell,  w In
tives, Low is and Mali oln   a i   w  n  ..,
pointi el to nee et .ii,,.!,...
i ,oagin    u bb h    \\ a
In Vancouver,
\ moi lon  lo raise the   moi
I ' (in foi   1907  wa    ��� ., se I,   I
\   ('unnlnghiim   consldi n i     ilia'
would be .i good I hinli to ba i ���   a i om
"    l!     '      I 1     ' .,       ' , '    I
lie   .,'M Icull nrul ci       ��� ������  ���    l.e
ire   lhe   ball   club   gottln ful
mii   of  mono)   foi      mu     io  bi
played during the fair whi u (lie nil i
��'���:.��� madi  for lhi   vi   Ion   rlub
.    thc  ���'".   .     last   yi      the  ma
���   n  lefi  I'm, into     This  havin !
'f'cclvi i   the   rnvorable   . onsldi i   iinn
lhe    ��� i- ���     ,:    wil      ��� ���. ���     |   te
Iho c. X. II
���i
ollowi      Ovi
.   .     '���	
:. ad  Tn Ighl   hundred,   ol
gers and tons of tl
hi  ���   In i atlroad ) ai.;. foi  th. i
Canadian North-in iallwa\   una '���   I >
���.e them     on    accounl    ol      < ���
.1 ���                ���  . ������ '           m   (111
���-,,,<��� .         all   ha i'o
��� ....     in     iat   tin
��� . .     an.i   satlsfai     n   I
��     .. .      rin i  ���
lain .     acilltb
.     m,    . ������  them foi  unloading ai ���    time on the road man) h re
,   , ���     ���, ;���     ;,., ,   with   ilu no m   ,i    mi    funds    are exhauste i
-, sn ���  (hi    '             - ' .          nn    h Stocli Is elyin.  In cars    Unable to gel
lalln .   ��� -   to    nlo "i     I'ndiM   eiie'  exli tina
I",   c   p   i;    j;  nppcai m saj   that <   '          nce_ ll li absolntel)   ���������  ��� ���
mm-   ends  with tho ai Ran   Dial  Immediate steps  be  tali n
si  ill      eif  Regina, while [to  force railroad companj   lo relieve
thi  C  x  i;   h :��� alleged, buj thai nn :'" situation    Grand Trunk, C   P  ':
n   ponslbllli    i   its with them, as they or other engines suited to the req i re
have not   yel  accepted the  cars    for ments should be placed Into commis
shipment ovei their lines and �� II n "Ion on the north line al once    Vn\
fuse to do so until tbe. line Is open ther  complications likely    to   I llo��
Tho   It)  m   M'iin: .ell In Its [ioWoi (o from spring floods Rnd distress Ilkel)
lleve the situation,   Tin   ��� ablos   tl I ���) become more acute    Please ai   vi
Ihe exposition grounds are lo be hai i '   once
ed over to tho settlers foi  the use   I fSlgnedl      I   i  U.SO HUNTEH
theii   ������!,"'..  and   meRl    I ckett    .  e Cltj Cl
I,
laid   before  iho directors  w 111
itlve
tn have
\n  altempl   will   bi
.   in    VI   Mi':.i     .,i   \|,i
POLICE BOARD IS       BIG CUE MAVflS
NOT YET NAMED      IN SPEENDID STYLE
I OMMI!    'ONERS HAVE  Nil!   ill i N   Glil_.Zi.ED BflAVtfl HONOR Y(
APPOINTED      OR     QA2ETTEI CHIEFTAIN  AND  RECt.lVE   PRO
BUSINESS   DELAYED. MI8K-��� MeRAB  TRAD68 KIUT8,
will  I
ICl 1 lo   the    ' '.'��"   iinii.'   of  .i  i'eelisiili'1
i of money,   ind  will provide
i large number of needed Improve
ments al   the  c ellei .      \   proposition
On Saturday, Ma)      , -60 will ,    .,    . ������   ,.���]   en m ��men\   fund  fori
'���sab ci e       illege will also hi     itbmittcd   I
It)  i '  x       '���',    ��� ���    , ,.  ;.,.      ,   Mnnm     and     i re I   over)   like     ,    ''  amol(01' ulii'''  NM"  ' '      ��
��� "    ���   ��� .i In     lhi   bands of the        i       hat thl    .��� ;'     p   i ���!   The     "   neBI  l'"1"'1''
\   I'ote ni  i h.ini
\    ninmltti      'ni      llni    il   Mi ���  ���
Sinclair. Mnlcolmson, Flro Chlel  Wai
' m. ' 'uniilngb im    ii.i lluRhi
ilnioil   i idei Mei.e	
Hi ���   an; ee Ij   seen   i In   im w   poll
111 ��� :       UppolUl 'I" nl '
i     ee    aion , lhi   rltj   council   Oreal
I
Ity i                           lect              own or.ilowmenl   fund   Is    em,'   which   Ire -
��� ' ���   to   ...   thi        ixes  for i   mini   ��� pen discussed   previously   in  prlvati
past, with the n   ill   I      lb tion     the   d 1 rei toi -  of   tho   col i   ���
���ity   finally   took               nd   In  i    b nd is earnestly desired  h)   everyone
to satisfy Its  claim     i  the a rs  of connected with llu      n lilntlon
''".���'-            een ap- The flniin    il   ������    irl     pn   cnted   lo
oin    I by 1 lie cl      o            r thi    mr the board nf mai     i      yoi lerdaj i tvn
.'   ������     '       nfi     "m     '  ���     i         I,.- lng \\ as i'\  far tin   mo I favorable i \
'Hirer   McQuarrie   In  order  to  lix  an or recolvi .   ,. them durinji iho li
ipsol  prici   on al      ���     us which will   nl  the Columbian  C II   and   llu
offered  for sale.     ii  Is understood i    ever)   ronsoi    lo  ���������  gratified   wilb
end' ��� '
e Mr.   'h,:.  C.E.,  !'."   I i     I   mite   ,   ...  .i,
tnllln.   .'i   man   to survi     11  i
. lusl ye ii
The   matter  of  now   sulli   '  ���   Hip
loam "1 ",."    ee.-,    referred lo the o)
lleports nre lllli i '���     '   '" ''
Chief's   i"iiiii'M   '������' twai
\\ inn'    pathi W    i ���
elected   Vld   U   ri'etl   is I bo  roprenen    ; oinl ill      ititlvi   ti'ii.'
.i. on tin   , ":ii e e ..'ie   ol tain ti  glimpse ol  ;'"' ",MV ''!'
Vlanlto    Whi B  tCumb     i w_
, ,. although daw a w ���     ul
Is nhvnys n       nted
iii,. word had i  ps   ed, and
;,   venerable   brave   left  hie
. Hiefitlll)   ei know '-������'��� ���   I he uu a! ��� and
'i     j   vli tue
nun o|   i'..      in   ,
DATES   ARRANGED.
Delegates Decide Upon Practice Even
.... njeni    and        '   ' he pi Ice will    ���   ��� Ightlj   In ex     hi  ��� pb ndid showing e   uie dm n.   lln
-- nl  that fixed as a reserve on tin        sl  twelve   DM! Diirln.   lhe   iiii I
an) mn icai _  u   �� ati r
els disposed i : al auclb ������ lasl yeai       eai    2     ludoi ���   been em died
The lots  which   e\       n ed up :o niiinber of 1 nib
ind    ' i ���   'i' mboi   ee ii'
lerlull;     iTicreasod     lurlnij    I le'
Bl.nrl   PJfl
I
���
In   Chiiliwack.
.,  difficulty.
!il<'  "���   lS9S' ��� en  b ty.             i              . May  is,
n   :   .mi     in   posse sslon : ��� sltuati d  In diffi  enl    iai     ol  tho
.    amiii r    |ilpi i    laid cit).   some   bi Ing   ai   .-' |ij ���
wui   m ' lers on Slxteentl    i    i
nimbi "nd.      .bout  thirl        I              io sold
mien      SIi . ��� I hi    ������   m                 h     .  n
,  i.   ,\i ���    Siotl I'lrsi     ��� ��� ���      '.���...
man lu Xew We ���  I   ���                                   'u
���I     - rn ei'liii            et in                     emu
:       :     1                .1         ���!' ' fh           lo    i
hi     '.'.,..'.' lotted    ���         ' ���.               li
,    m .....     r'  it  Is
���            ' In      hi In          osod              I      ��
. .       When   the  fad    u a reyoi -   ,
n    Me- onl)   i i  ac '' "��� ���   ���         ->- Quai
,,. -(l ,,    , | ,     the dlf- hammi r,  and  iiromlses   lo dispose  of
...   ., ia   ,, |,e .  known 'he nroiKrt)  In record time     \ largi    bad   and  di       Hn       (ample   ror  oui
, ���   ;:���,  i j",   coun ii. map at tho cit;   hall           een studded       ��� dre n, and who,   i      .. i ��� dimple
i \;    g ,,,, to have some with   tacks,   these   denote   Ihe  oxai        e                         ������,  ri :ard  ll  a    no
l_     m,    stotl     replied location ol the lol   offered for sale,             m,
then   .ii   work   upon   a   iml   ���':|' "���'     '    :    t" om
j-          would   give nil   details Mcn   Remove Tools.                 notice                              ... ago are In
k              -,.. ,  .|,|,|  the plans Pernio,   B,  ''.. April  16.   The antb                                          . Ilai I i n
Y mm lelcd   yesterday Is the cipated trouble al  the i ial mine   has   In   n ���
bis imi.    nd arduous work broken out,   The mines      Coal Ci       Therefore It     'solved  lhal  ,:.
������ :���;   Saturdays   Reserved.
\    tioclftl   mooting       deli   ale
ii   en lng   i In   Im rosso,       ....        |
ml    Ion, lb
.    ,'M   ,   .      1 ,
���
������.ib. : ������ ',. i nnioni     ii" '
lu     '   ''  ii     i  "
irunsui'i .     ,   i bell   appolnl m 111
must   I r    am i loned  and gnselte i   b ���
Ihe  goieiiiini'iii.    See fai.   there   ha
been no uppolul menl of anj one to re
i'   "in   Ibi     govel nment,   nnd   ""ii ���
ipilelly lln   ��� ' '.i- i e iniiiiiii. doner i have
i "i yel ' ecu a iie to fi iiiisacl anj b
Vli anv ��� he   u en  on   tho  po b e
'""'���'       ti'l    ne .  .,n |
i Finnot   :���"���   i hi rn     I'nii..   nrdei    i ai
���   clu      ivi    held In tbe el ''    '    ' '''',l  untJ] il nml   lonei
nin  . when    ie  rluil in u
.. in
li ���      |oi   ���
���    Ibe ..'in
ll'    ,1     i
ue   Mon
.i '
ind,
.
i   'ee,,11    n
tieh   i
���Irecllon.
council  to have   thc
��� ���'.,,"
H."   n I -
mil       I
in       i      !       m ��� iho pm
���    * :e for ovei  thin i    i
lib dn     -i ���
c of an    ' '"ie ilalnt, ,   .
mlllee will rovoi I ll iclf Into    n    '
vfsory   ie. i      'i ],..   ,|, ,,.,,;.-
evi ning >��� ere aompoi nil of thi   I
P. C. Ln hmai and J   ll    ."
��� ntlng He" i ��� ickoi club i   J
i' ��� ���    ��� id ii   :; ,i :. repn
���   i   ������ . lemonl
nu ol, an    lhe;  i annul mi ci  until llu
an   nppn .    , ,.,���,,.'    ,  ,,   , ;,
ed untl . . i im nt umi      it|    .
111  'I '    ' '   ll   10  llf),   Rill]   Illl "    'li"   !,, Ittl
��� r '"' ! M ndi
i .i ie
'���   ' le m '   to  ihi   membi
uu      hi      In
���   ��� im   'im.    the    ���
��� ���    . ((jn
Nl  '       ���      '.'.' '...   "I
blankets so regulni Ij  handed oi
Calgary the flftei ntli II      lioi i
v..i   drawn up, bul the frantii i   '���
stral "i. "t   Vllnoi   Chh I   Mi i -
shouted    ii'iin.i shoot!  dlnn i
prevented an m lual  firing   Big  i
bad     i   ed his own di mi   "
\i  (llelchen,  a    I i   the    old
ii ben 'mi   ii'i'ii   \   Macdonald m
I I nl     of  till    '..'i lou     I
ie. Mn'.,.  in.' chief m '    ��� i'ii   "
Hon  from thi     ila      b   Im iti ;
Dl     Hi'      -..li .IvOI  ��� - :i       \l
Hal  w ���    re iched, ng function
li oli     lace,  Chi
' :''"'  ;'.     h ���    ������	
h Mii      '     , ���    :  . ir h]
\'       M
oil,        boiutue h ha
'
.:���-'.. i
h   I
i.   ���
hi
liiecto th" Sev - ii-,,      . |    i   gig
inch of ni     li      or]   gull plseed In thi
requested   lo   nob   thi   m n        .ml he glad
euil   nnu il  mi etii  .
0 held In ������ .   I Increased  Fare.
\pi I   ". !;,.() o'cli     , foi  Hi.   pu Velson,   April
and  Michel were al a    I in li till yei      i     I urge   thi
iii'd.i',   afternoon,   th n   al   both ii1".'..1     n- of  liquor put  a   stop to,
itsuda Makes Match. camps having qull worH and rem I and   boj    of school    age   prohibited
Vprll    16.- Matsuda,  the  their  tools,    Many of them  have al- from entering     iblli   billiard rooms,
|       fapanese   wrest ler. Is In  read;   applied   al   the  collier;  offlci '-: o thai  the    ecrotary  forward  n
"ii  hi ',  Cumberland   for  theii    Ime  Btntemi and     ive copj of thl   resolution to the council
.i boul <in with Thump-  been paid 'iff.   Sm fur, nol ve    many ind lhat be  il end tho council mem   '      ipervlsors today adopted a  reso- whom li la Brst given, unless request   verse will result
y- end a day or two have left the camps, ,; I    ��plaln  thc   ame llu on  declaring  Thursday,  4pri]   18, ed  otherwise  by  either    side,     _ny 	
irlng which arrangements      Vt fl:30 lasl night the following no   Vnnlvei   u ��� <>r the t- i   garment member can become a direc
idi   foi  a match between  tlces xep   posted aro nd town: Miss Dunsmuir Married. i   frophe which befell the'city of San  ien- in- the obtaining of ten name
' il ii ' 'i    Nothln : de
������I   '    I e contribution
In   . m ... ���:   ;,,, ,.     r, and ,the tran 10 cei en tlcki
i  or general n i no hased.   A ������ tilt ol   ���
lotilil   notl '   e ii,,,   )., rare I
. :, " "      In due seasi th      hi are   man    complalnl i   imong
ho attended on behalf' of the 112   '';     ''    "    '   '"   :",:'  ln   '""il w'"' havG '"'"" ac< '
|;i]i c. . ' "uii'iiiitiiins ni least one day before flvi   cents   whenevei   thej   Irai  :'  i
',  'hi meeting    No definite time Is fixed on the cars.   By s<  li is bell \ id
   ;'    aa garment  members on that a mtetake has been made be  re-
Anniversary of Quake. any one list, each name i   supposed turning to the old rule, and Instea   i
Ban Francisco, April m.   Tbe board  to remain upon the list of director to Increasing the re>enue, quite the re-
$1,000,000 Contract,
fyfhbrldge,  April  16.���Casar   Bros
���'���'" ' i-ondon,   Vpril   18,   Elizabeth Tune:   '' mclsco," a municipal hoHdaj  "For   tarment meml a and  one name as of Cardston, have received a $1 ooo-
others '���        "mm mulr,   daughtei    ol   Mentenant-flo     ,!      purpose    of    thanksgiving    find; n money member, herself also to be a  000 contract In connection with' dig-
'  'v"   Dunsmuir,   wai   married   here prayer and   nol   for  Joyous  celebra   c'ontrlbi    of two garments or use- gink of the United States reqlamatlon
within ai   hour,  and   "     C    ���'    ''      ���'   ���   ��" ' '" Ml   ���'��� :"' Hope    The Oano   tlon."   The mayor hcu) aapi In il.ai le      a year, thus making twelve canal, south of the boundary, from St
for John ' '' lan   premier, SIi    Wilfrid    i/i-nl   ,icommendation that this potion 1 Dntrlbutlon's of articles and money at  Mary's Lake, a distance of about JO
'   end    believe that he " Workers' Many repre/i- ken and this fact was set forth in fhe' each mnunl meel n each miles,   Theretare JO.ooo.ooo yards of
lAmerlca." eutatli .   .,,.   preamble to the      oli director, earth to bo removed.
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\'ie toria,  April   Id.���It was  learne 1
. about   the city  hall  thai   the licensed
vintners,  through   their president,   H.
li.  Maloney, who is also one of the
proprietors   of   the   Brown  Jug,   had
sei veil aii  injunction mi ibe' city this
morning to show cause'  why  the receni   Liqiyar   License   By-law    should
i not  be quashed, In  whole or in  part
iit, will be remembered that the bylaw
v.a_ strongly-opposed during iis pass-
��� age, ancl il  was supposed that  ii  had
- been amended so I hal 11 was now with-
i'i the  powers   if the city,  according
in   the   Municipal   Clauses  Act.    Tli ���
1 licensed      vinters      have,    however,
I through their solicitor, Frank ili__ns,
been looking very thoroughly into thc
naiiier,   and   the)   have   come   lo   the
conclusion   thai   the   whole  by-law   is!
i ultra vires.     They object   to  the   by-1
law from the flrsl clause to the last.
Clause-   seven,   which   compels   the
I complete   closing   of  the   saloons,   is
held to be eon!rii)- to law. inasmuch
i as it  prohibits that  which is declared
to be   legal   by  statute.    Clause  nine
! likewise   Interferes   with   the   private
enjoyment   of   the   premises   by   ttre
owner or  occupant   thereof.    In   fact
thc whole' by-law is declared to be be
yond   the  powers   of  the   council   to |
en forte.
The Daily News' offer of a book ancl the paper delivered at the house
for one year, for $3.00, is proving a great success. This offer of a
$1.50 book ancl the paper for $3.00 will not remain much longer, so
send in at once ancl secure your premium.
LIST   OF   BOOKS
PABST GETS HURT.
Millionaire  Brewer and  Mrs. Barnacle
Figure  in  Auto Accident.
Milwaukee,  wis..  April   16���Freder-j
ick Pabst, the millionaire brewer, and
.Mrs.   Leon   Barnacle,  wife  of   a   well
An analysis of the 'c"��,wn_at,bl,eti. iuTVUK- W("v ser!'i
��/ i ously hurl  last  night in an auto acci-
relations   between :'""'��� ,,H,Mh are ���* ���nity hosi,ita''
but will recover.    Mr. Pabst  mei   Mrs.
the man the worn- Qai*nncie ��n i,is w "down town" and
' asked  her into bis auto, and  started
an ancl the butcher ",r the i,m,,:v wi,,,n ,h,v ��"��� �����
down  by a trolley ear.    Mrs.Barnacle
I was thrown   to   the   pavement,   while
Mr.   Pabst   remained  In   bis   wrecked
auto and  was dragged   150 feel   over
| the   muddy   pavement,        Both   were
^_^^      ^_   ^_    ^_ __ I picked up unconscious and carried in-
^e^^k       11 M       -^ Apples Cause  Meningitis.
B      fl      M I       mWl     Bellingham, April 16���Zene,
awLaaaW        ^mW aWm lyonrs. son of A. It. .Maulsby. is serious.
j iy ill  al   his home on  1" and  Duponl
! streets, and ii is feare I thai he has an ;
^ attack cf spinal meningitis,    He was;
^ one "l ilu' Ashing party composed of
���   :    brother,   Rollo,  Arthur   Bray   and j
i ..    . Clssnn, dese ise I.    As two othi
I members ol  the party suffered an attack  "i   ' hi'  fatal  disease  II   is feare I
. i   he  lias   symptoms   of  the  same.
I' is |e'arii"i! thai  the boys discovered
an  old   unoccupied   house  and   found
In a vacant room a pile of old apples
ee,' which they ate freely.     Mr. Mauls-
by says he   was of  the opinion   that
, . . ii Ihe boys had drank water that was lm-
a dOmeStiC prOblem    mrc ml when told of eating the old
afraid   thai   thai   was   th '
illness.
Abbe Constar.tin   -Halevy.
Adam  3ede���George   Eliot
Aesop's Fables���
Aihambra���Irving.
Alice   in   Wonderland���Carroll
Andersen's Fairy Tales-And' rsen
Arabian   Nights   Entertainments���
Ardath���I lorelli
Cast up by The Sea���Baker
Children  of Abbey���Roche
Child's   History of  England���Dickens.
Data of Ethics���Spencer.
David Ccpperfieid���Dickens.
Deemster���Caine.
Deerslayer-  Cooper
Descent of  Man���Darwin.
Dombey i Son���Dickens.
East Lynne���Wood.
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson.
Fifteen Decisive Battles���Creasy
First Violin���Fothergill.
Green Mountain Boys���Thompson.
Grimm's   Fairy Tales���
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels���Swlfl.
Guy Mannering    Sl ol
Handy Andy    \. iver.
Heir of Redclyffe���V in - .
Henry   Esmond ���Thackerj.
Heroes   and    Hero   Worship    Car
lyle.
Hiawatha   and   Evangeline
House cf the Seven Gables���Hawthorne.
Hypatia -Kingsley.
It's Never too L_tj to Mend���
R  a I"
John Halifax. Gentleman���Mulock.
Ken i I wo rth���Scott.
Lamplighter    I lummins.
Last Days of Pompeii     Lytton.
Last  of the   Mohicans    Cooper
Lorna  Doone ���Blackm ire,
Lucile���Mori lith
Middlemarch     Elio .
Mill  on the  Floss    li'.i >:.
Mosses    From    an    Old    Manse���
i [awl home.
Natural     Law    in    the     Spiritual
Worid -1 irummon I.
Newcomes    Th ickery.
Nicholas Nickelby���Dicki ns
Old Curiosity Shop���Dickens.
Oliver Twist���Dickens,
On thc  Heights     Viler iai
Origin of Species    Dai win
Our  Mutual   Friend���I      I
Pathfinder���Co iper.
Pilgrim's   Progress���iiiin; an.
Prairie���Cooper.
Prince   of   the   House   of   David-
Ingraham.
Robinson   Crusce     Defoe,
Rob   Roy     Scott.
Romance of Two Worlds    Corelli
Romola    Eliot.
Scottish Chiefs���Porter.
Sign of the Four���Doyle
Silas  Marner    Eliot.
Silence of Deane  M    I md
Sketch   Book - .   .
Story     of     an     Afi p
Belli "ill"!'.
Study  in Scarlet
Swiss Family Robinsc
Tale of Two Cities.
Talisman     S( Ott,
Tangiewood  Tales���
Thaddeus of Wars ...
Three   Men  in  a  B:   t
Three  Musketeers���.
Tom   Brown  at  Oxford    H :
Tom      Brown's      School    Di
Hughes
Treasure   Island
Uncle Tom's Cabin    S
Under Two  Flags -
Vanity   Fair     I h u
Vicar of Wakefield--
Westward Ho    Kin
White   Company     D
Window in Thrums,
Wonder   Book.   A ���
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FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
Following  i- the location and  number of the lire alarm boxi.- In the city:
5���Asylum.
il���Renal City  Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
S���Royal avenue and Eighth.
M���Fifth avenue nnd Twelfth.
12���St.   Mary's  Hospital.
i:i���Second and Park Row.
U���Columbia   and   Dufferln.
ir,���Sapperton,
23���Queen's  avenue and  Sixth.
24���  'd avenue' and Second.
2o���Fifth   avenue  and   Fourth.
::      Fifth avenue and  Eighth.
_7 - Thir l avenue an I Tenth.
"_     _gnes an l Sixth,
in    Schaak     Machine Woi I   .
:;",   Columbia -niii MeKenz! .
C. P, R. Station.
U    Small &  Buckl m !  Mill,
I sram-SMW!!________________! ^Trank,
i t ___ Lxccllcnt I rain berucebOl
D'iCUI.CC   IMCTITIIT. Thrpp
CO., uo.
;iimiiisiili! mill Retail Healers
Ferry   B^ee.ks   Away.
North  Yakima, V n., April 16.���Torn
1'ioni   Its   cable   b\   high   water,   the
Io ee   ferry   boai   broke   loose'   early
thi:        'ie .'in  and   started  down   the
i iver   h I h   four people  upon  It.    Thc
��� mnts iei   ' he unwieldy eral I   con
" i  of  i wo  '.Mniie'ii  anej  i wo  men,
nf lhe    n   '      . 'Ing  the LIckel col-
i'    Ide    these     , ��� ople    Ihere
"    ���   two   i.e. ib    Igs   en I ,e ".a" in "ii
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Three
Tra n ��con(in e n ti_ I
Trains Daily
Tra' ��� . on 11 ���  Famou ���
Bookkeeping. Gregg and Pitman   j "NORT.I COAST LIMITED"
Shorthand,   '���.<���'--      hy and En-   ��       E        ic-lijjhi il train.    Low Rates
,    glneerin-. !   Quick '   " '
BUSJNESS INSTITUTE
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336 Hastings St. VY , Vancouver.
Chicago, London.
Hamilton
Seven  Teachers <
Forty-Fiee   Typewriters J
Students Always in  Demand. !
R. I. SPHDTI, B. A, Principal |
Excellent Service.   Montreal,   Quel-
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Portland
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lor Time Table's, etc
GEO.   W.  VA..
Am- i itanl  Gen'l  Pa   en '
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For full ii Pori it ion "i'ii on or write
CIS* f__ '__' <'��� E- LANG, General A�� nt,
anadian racinc _.hi
RAILWAY COMPANY
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Portland, Ore
11   Ing, with   ;    rx cupanle safe. Th
N     Ima Rl ���    in to rise yesti
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Nelson & ft Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
THE    POP1 LAR    TRAXSCi  \
TLN'EXTAL    LINK.
Running  Through    Fl     cla      ;' ill
man. Tourl i an I  Dlnln    Ca     dal   .
Navvies Arc Cominrj |:-.,.  only  all   rail   route  between  all      Atlantic express leaves al   15:40.
Montreal, April IG    The fl - i   points cast, west and south to Ross-      Seattle and points south, 8:30,
o'tl sands.:!' Italian workmen, num   land, Nelson and intermediate points 	
���ePM   150, who arc  coming   to Can-  connecting al SpokanewiththeGre.il
ula Hired   iron I,   via  N'ev,   V* .    N "them, Northern Pacific and O. R.I        Po. _
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FAIRBANKS,    Daily  train,  (excepl kk�� i��
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail, MlllJlCcipOllSj
express    and   freight   connect    '.vitl1
stages al Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service
Foi  information apply to THE TRAIN'  O
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C.P.R. agent for nil Atlantl y -v.- V7c itmlnstor,
private "ompartmcnl
SHIP SMITHING, UlUDUfci and l'1 wction sleepers, '
STRUCTURAL IRON    WOKK. ar- renlining chaii   c
Ornamental   iron   won.-,   including   "'">'<'"'  day  c'onche*
Fences, Gates, Fire luscapes, vie. ��rar. and smoking
Mall ordera nnd correspondence in       Poi  Time Tables,  v
further inforn ition '
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JOHN REID, ���WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17. 1907.
TH E   DAI LY   N EWS.
rains & Steamers
C P.R.  MAIN  LINK.
-,,   x. W. 15.40; arr X. W. 11,35.
C.P R.  .MISSION BRANCH.
,.   X. W. S.30;  ar. Seattle 15.50.
-,,. Seattle 12.30; ar. X. W. 18.40.
WES T MINSTER  JD X (.' T10 X.
,. x. W. 8-.30, 10.35, 15.40, 17.35.
,. x. W. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40, 18.40.
;KAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
���;. W. ..HO a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m.
.. W. 4.35 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
, W. & ?.���VANCOUVER
|B. \   \V. II p. m. and 9:55 p. m.
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... X. R.���PORT GOICHON.
���h      x.  \V. 9:35 a.m.;   ar. Guichon
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ft.   Xew  Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
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X.    nil 11 p, ni.
Vancouver  for  Westminster at
hours.
ftYaser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
un X. v.". Mon. Wed.Vrid  8 a.m.
.,  Chwl.  Ti.., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
,11.!	
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p.";.! Chwk. Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m
DOW X RIVER.
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trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
���h  .,. Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
Mail Service
Close.   Received, j
ii'. \ ia Sumas 7.45 a.m,   6.40 p.m.
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I:-"' !' in Vernon,   Everett   Seattle,  Portland L��:55 p m
*:35 p m Spokane.St.Paul.and all points Hast _:00 ; m
9:2.0 a in            ���-.. , ���    es, Woolli .-,  Rockport, 3:00 p m
3:00 p m                            Vancouv* r 9:20 a m
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Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
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"The  1��� ��� I,"  bel ������������ i ei   Seattle, New
Wi sl ��� linster .v- int< i mi diate poll ts
Leave   New  Westminste    I      Guichon    3:50
Guichon 6 p.m., Monday, Wedne   lay,  Friday.
8:45 a.m. arrive from Guichon;  9:10 a.m. Lv. :
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Washington,   '.  rii  IG     Ri   oi is are   ���
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ROUTE  OF  THL  FAMO I  3  "ORIENTAL   LIMITED"
2 Daily  Overland  Trains 2
S|   .   ue, St. Paul, Minneapolis, Winnipeg, Duluth, Chicago, Sm
Louis    and    all    points   Ei   I
I'i :��� ' on plete Infoi matioi       '  -���.    erth reservation, i  .... .   ';
on or addre
F. C. MEYERS,   \  ��� nt,
Ban! ii mi rc<   Bul ding,        -        New  Westn insti .-.  B.  C.
M.   VDAI  S, Asst. T        ���   '���'_
Kil        S       ���  ' I.    MM ... .     .'.
' !  hack   i". .. . ��� '.   ,  and    ���
ause i    cjueni     eli she       thi    ���
situation  i-     i  Ing This    ���
VANCOUVER PORTLAND CEMENT.
This   ci lebrated   Ci nnnt   is
as prompti I Seci      rj  S after   ���  used by nearly all large contract-
tins �� th 'ii" '   ��� Kin   ��� on in the Province,
sean nvi f    ROSESANK   LIME.
���
���
���
NEW   BRUNSWICK   PLASTER.    ���
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
���
FIRE     CLAY      and      MANTEL   $
BRICK. ���
From the Clayburn Clay Co.   %
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE   BRICK.
FIRE  BRICK.
_____$__#���
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS    45,400,000
Eighty-five  branches, with Correspondents   throughout
the world. 	
SAVINGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.   Interest added four
times a vear.   Start to-dav.
-,., evail at all tl
m    . .      '
tm  tl       ..'      an line,
���   i        ii al     eoiiii
.     .    ...   n: .
Ul of ih   ,1    an       .... here
iwa; '  ���      :   ��� "
',  ��� .    .    mu   more or less lnd<
!. . -   ol        i.i   have   lived
. .   while    :.   '..v.aii or Me.xi        i.i   he>
em to   ...���   a   prett;   acci   an      len
'���:  i lie ; "Vie al und soi lal situati  n In
! ti ei ii'i...      They   talk   in   a   boai  I i
'.'   'In'   imniigi ui lon   i ITicei s  and
| when Itirni i  bai I. al  the bordi r ihey
I announce that they will come in some
iluy whi 'lie:- Ameiica  wants them oi
1 not.
SEWER   PIPE.    DRAIN     TILE.
SAND. CRUSHED  ROCK.
% Telephones: Office 16,    Manager's Residence 22 J
1.30 p.m. ll.nO a.m.
NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH-
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
Cr_N  SATURDAY  EVENINGS. �� TO   9   O'CLOCK.
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,    ! urned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Frr.it Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and I'a ney Glass.
'fjfcnadian Pacific Railway Co.
BBriti.h  Columbia Coast Line
Service.
irol
5cs:
TIME TABLE
6.  C.  Cosst  Line: Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
. eel to ch inge without notice).   .
:.. .iv".-' Van.
May   \, nl 8
'.��� .;.    April  IS
Mi ,      Vpri    .-
.' OUVER-VICTORIA ROUTE
i. ','i. toi i.i   eaves Vaaci u
I ie. daily.
Ives Victor!    daily at 1 a m.
li  iiilll V-SEATTLE  ROUTE
i RLN'CESS BE -1 RJ IE,
es V      : '.i da     ��� ���    pi Monlny
|0 RIA      N ��� W      W _ S 7 MIN ST E R
ROUTE.
ss  . ���'TV  OF NANALMO.
lu - Neve   "'.'��� sl tn ;,.-:. r ai '. a. m
DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATER-
PROOF  LOGGER   BOOTS
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
Bank of Montreal
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
J. STEWART
Programme.
Signor  F.   D'Atiria's   recital   al   Se.
Patrick's hall, Thurs lay, April IS:      I
PART  i.
iiii. lit  ll.r Smiles  (From Trovatore)
     Verdi
Mr. ii.  L. Tashereau.
I...-. e Ij   Flowers I  Pray i Prom Fausl I
  Gounod
Miss J. Heaton,
Duet���Les Hirondelles (From Mign en)
    A. Thomas
Miss A La very an I .1.   \. lv nning
(in  Love is ii Bird    Del  Riego
11 i  Chanson  Provencale  . .Del Aequo
Miss  Beulah Dawson
I (a i l.i's Rameaux   Faure
j lb) A Song of Waiting ...  B. Wrighl
Mr. S. Ashdown.
cu  If Thou Didsl Love Me ... .Deuza
(le)  Dreams     Strelezki
Miss M. Higgins.
Dnel    Cynthia's Orie of Snow   (From
Mephlstole i       Bolto
From Far Away (Tuscan Folk Song)    Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and   In   London,   England,
:            Caraccicco Xrw Vlp:1._ Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City,    A Qen-
Mrs. r. G  Moody and Miss .1. Heaton. eral BanRlng Business Transacted.
Now a   Toasl   (Torrendor  Song   fron     ,   ,, , _    ... . .,,,., , . ,   ,
���   , .        Letters of Credit Issued, available will   correspondents in all  paris uf the
' armen)       Bizel I vn.li
Mr. J,  R. Owens. ; '
''   lo Solo    \vowal Beneath the Stars    S;lvin3s Banl< Department.     Deposits received In sum.- e.f $1 ami upwards,
and Interesl allowed al 3 per cenl,    er annum  (preseni rale) added
four times a year.
otal   Assets over $108,000,000.00.
ESTABLISHED 1817,
CAPITAL
RESERVE
.$14,400,000.00
$11,000,000.00
i Li ve rie)       F,  d' Uiria
Composed and  Dedicated to F.W.Dylie
Ernani   Fly  With   Me  (From   E nanf)
    Verdi
Mrs. \v.  W,  Dre
Fleeting    Vision    (From    Herodiale)
XEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
(!. I). BRYMNER, .Man . er
?Sl7      J&K.''-      T   _-_.
nltWm. 59_j .
-���dlmMmm
    Massenel    $*
Mr. v,  Jones
| At   Length   a    Brflllanl   Ray   I From
J -     Semiramis)      Rossini:
Miss  E.  McCrossan.
; o   Star   i f   Eve   (From   Tannh niser)
Wai nei
C ;. U V E R NANAIMO 110 _ .' E.        '   ' *    ' ~-- ��" Z -\  .'J�� >*_>r "uLjkafflR
S'ii'H'J
m
r__^i:';-' i; " ' s !,;'':|i|i'1"-
l.-rrrJ '   ���-. P    Fata!    Gift    i From    Don    Carli
'',���.���"��        /%   I 	
'^"- IM      M   _��____! M> He      '     .eary (From Madesi
~-    ������.'-���_���.___-    -   ���-���*��� �����������*    --^
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
Y .. ���   iver di  I,  . : 1:30 p.m
V. EST   COAST   ROUTE.
��� teamer Queen City. A1
���   il   p.m. on   is'.
���   . i    . ',. ii  in- Clayo
Vie11    .    i ���.
���I i ���   ' '   tits,
SIMPLE AND
��    LASTING
.Mi-.  T.  G.   Moo
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple r.eaf
Label)
< ������ Vyllm       part
as well as sanitary results are
obtained from the use of Alabastine.   In-
yS. t     stead of deteriorating with ape, it actuai'y
i*fV?    becomes harder, until at last   it forms
of the wall itself.
Duel    Sti     lo   Ve  .-   Daughter   (Fl '1   '''��� rain'e-i.i', in fiivor cv.rv day.    Our output last year wa. doul
Trnvlatn I          Verdi H       Preceding one.    The must healthful and nutritious of be.eraj
Miss '���'   v-'r '"' Mr  G. Jones | THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
s ,- , ���.,, ^S_-__-_-_-_-X��____w_:'_r^
",0c, " [let ������ __	
NI
ALABASTINE
Cper.i  Mouse   Eoo'   iv . .
with its plain tints, supplies a luxurious wall-covering for the
most handsome rooms, leaving your walls free from the delirium of wall papers. We will be glad to tell you more about
Al.-ihastfne, if you will aik us. Let us show you a tint card
and cutting of wood with 35 coats on.
Curtain Stretchers.     itV adj?stibie  pins.
All'hinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
A'"
N.
I
I
mi
I
/ER FRASER RIVER ROUTfc,
Steamer Transfi i
N'ew   \\.'-.  , .-. i n   Mon
1 tVedm  day,  Thui   laj
f 2   p tn, and     u    rda
li addition il trip on Mon-
i, in
Steves   "i Mon lay, Tuesday,
f' I.. m   lay and Saturday at
i'i: lay at G a. m, additional
I  ���  .'. p. in.
|ER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver	
��� New  Westminster, 8 a. m.  -BMrffyryj||p_j_w____ij.iow-^^
* ��� Wednesdays and Fridays.
'    Chiiliwack 7 a. m, Tuesday,
and   Saturdayt,   culling  at
between   New   Westminster
lilllwack,
fORTHERN  B. C.  ROUTE.
5.  S.  Tecs
fea  Vancouver al   S   p.m,   Und
p'h of each  month, calling at
fte on flrsl trip and Bella Coola
i"1'!  trip. Time on  arrival and
are approximate,
reservations   and   Information
address
KD. QOULET,
A��;ent, Kow WcHiwiinster.
R. J. COYLE,
"ti. Pass, Agent, Vancouver.
.1. w. TROUP,
fni Superintendent, Victoria.
'i
\ Strai " ��� In 1
\  Ti i-   :    v.
'���:      :������   old Vi ���,i.
May  If    Pi - | ' Bad   fl    .
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
I Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve f und, $5,000,000
i;  E   wa:.:;
H&AO   OFFICE,  TORONTO.
I'M
BOO*S   ARE   GOING   FAST.   SEE
PAGE TWO.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND fN THE
UNITED STATES  ArVO  ENGLAND.
F. CRAKE
BANKING  BY   MAIL
Business hum,' be transacted I ij  mi      with   an _
��� Accounts may b<  . ; ened, an i dei i irri by mall.    ]
English Watchmaker     attention is paid to
Two   doors   from   Ceo.   Adams,   Grocer
NEW WEBTMINSTflJl BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
1  Ladles' Gold Watches from $12.75 up. .,���.,.,   ���   .
Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,   open                   OPEN  SATURDAY BSVENINQS. 8 TO 9-O'CLOCK,
face, $6.0.0. = 1��������� . ���
Gentlemen's Silver Watches,  double    ���      ���   �����*.--��-   ��� m    ______   _ : __ .  -_
J. HEINLEY SecondT-iandPIANOS
Ihe Schaake Machine Works,i.td.
NEW  WESTM INSTER, B. C.
Agenl for thn celebrated fjouth Bend
I Watches, supplied   to   the   Wellman
Arctic Expedition.   All warranted.
I  Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc., etc.
Watch   repairing;    charges   reasonable.
WHERE TO DINE
in the
ROYAL CITY
Manufacturer of
ORGANS,    RANGES.    STOVES.
BUREAUS, BEDSTEADS,  ETC.
Family Trade a Specialty.
| Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
Kenney9s  Restaurant;    NEW Westminster, _. c
Mineral Waters, Etc.  JRushtoil   &   Speck
Aerated Waters,  %e��_
SECOND-HAND   STORE
Open All Ni��ht
ADVERTISE  IN THE DAILY  NEWS,
We also do all kinds
cf   general   repairing.
Sign  IVlan on  Wheel.
_|_ol_mh!a St. New Westminster.
Phone 27S *
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, APpi
THE DAILY NEwS
Published by the Daily News  Publishing   Company   Limited,   al    tl
offices,   corner   of   Sixth   and   t'i mi
streets. New Westminster, II. C.
Clean   Up. CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
For Breakfast-UK WINDSOR        To .lie'  Editor of the Daily News: LOST-Be'tweeT^*T^_r~0_U^^_1
TABLE   SALT.      It   gives   a           Slr,-Il would be well Cor the Board ,,.���,,. ���,    Commerce. one   building
delicious piquancy to the eggs and       ��'   Works  to  clear  up  sidewalk   anl -^   Plnder I)leaSe return to Xews
���      vi     ,    ���,., crossing debris immediately after the,      ���.
rails.    Never gntty. ' .... I    office
E.   A.  Paige Manager
ise
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transient   display   advertising,   10
cents per line (nonpareil), 12 lines .o
crossing debris imniediatelv after the,      ��� ..,, ->
oltlcc. ____���
lt w  wor.< is eloiie.    This would indeeel | M__
_lve   i good bmpression in new comers   FOUND���White     fox     terrier,     with
   lo see our streets kepi neat and clean.      brown snot over eye.   Apply  News
Victoria  Gets Contract. NEMO. office. v--'l'l
Victoria   April 16.���The contracl for  New Westminster, April  16, 1907. _���   ���-���77���   . ~"
L        '     ' CCOD   OPENING  tor   young   man   to
salvinc   the  steamship  Northwestern,  , ,,.',,..
study law at  .Martin ,_ McQuarries
law office. dtf
arm
h 1ol, stal Ion, P. 0. an 1 boai  Ian lit
ORIENTAL JUGGLERS.
the   inch.      Five   cents   per  line   for
subsequent insertions. ___	
Reading                                                                 lee  to  tin-                Columbia  Sal- HJeMJiMJiMJi^iMMMMM______________________________________________________________,
cents per line, brevier or nonpareil, Lage comi)anJ,    Terms of the bargain Fe"'"   Performed    by   ciiii.e.e   and   TIMBER LANDS���We deal exclusive-
10 cents per line.                                      ,              .   .                              , Ea_< imiinn  >i:iKiiinim.                   ,    .     .   ,         ,,        ,              ,         ,,
V    ,J ,     .���       ��� loI   ,,  ,    have   nn   been   given   mi    bin   It is      .._    .   v in   imber.   Have large and small
For   time   contracts,   special   posl-                                                ���         .,,  , "During a trip through the far east
tions, apply to advertising manager.      - ���>���'   ���'  large sum  ol   monej   will be T waa mw]} InUJroMed with the woll.
Notices    of    births,   marriages   or  paid to have' the work donfe. dertul foals pen'ori'ieel bv some of the, _^^^^^^_^^^^^__
deaths.  50c.      Wants,   for  sale'.-,   lost       The  salvors  will  built  a  watertighl Chinese    aud    Indian    iuirsrlers    aud      407  Hastings  St.,  Vancouver,  B.C.
or found, rooms to let, etc.. one' cent',,.,,, ,,.,,���,.���,   ���,.   ,.,������,.,..,.   ,  ,i,,���.   ,i,,,     , , . .    . ,      , ..      .,       ',.    	
I compartnienl   of   concrete   belo��   the sleight of band artists," said a Chi-  F0R SALE-Convenlent 6-room mod
per   word.      No   advertisement  taken
for less than _u cents.
TELEPHONES.
Day   Office    A22
main   deck   and   extending   over  the   cago man the other day.   "11 Anion- . , ...     , , .
.   I     *    .. ��� , .,,��� .      em  residence with    large    garden,
>me   skillful , , "      .
stable   for   two   horses,   etc.    Price
J3.400   (half cash 1.   Apply   box  594,
New Westminster.
Night  Office    B22 | 1 Ik- hold  will be pumped  out
damaged part oi Ihe vessel's hull. This   can   theaters   we   see
work' will  be done at low  water, and   w"rk  along  these lines,  but   the per-
when finished the rest of the water in   tormer  is   "sll;,ll-v  a<   :'   conBldernTile
distance    from     the    spectators    and
10 acres on Eburne Car line, with  S-room   house, all     1
large barn; onl> - miles from city.      Price   .4,500,  with  terms.
50 acres, eleven miles trom City al Sti ition and Posl Office; uondh
barn, chicken house and orchard; parti) cleared, only $2,000.
trails  on   water.     If  vou   wish   toi        77  acres  close to Westminster Junction, fronting on River  All clea,
sell, see me.   E. R. Chandler,  Price $55 per acre, 1-3 cash, balance easy terms.
60 acres at  Cloverdale.   Price $21  |.er  acre,   with  terms.
50 acres near  We_.tn_inster  Junction, on    good    road, ea
Price $20 per acre.
buy or
With the rise of the tide ii  is ex-
could employ many aids that the ori-1 r0R SA)_E���Several lots in Burnaby,
<_5_fflirKHti
er.tals do not  use.
ami   Indian
close to Cm Facl iry and City Iim ts
..li 1  i licit.    Apply   White'   &   Shil  -.
WEDNESDAY.  APRIL   17.   1907.
City.
pei ted   thai  the   vessel   will   be   llglil      .,,   lmv���  s,���.n   chlnef
enough to float clear of the rocks. As masicians come on board a ship and
,1  lasl   resort,  pontoons will be used, lu tbe center of a circle of passengers
Floating   the   vessel     with     pontoons perform tricks that are' little' -.hurt of    ,_���  or,i��,-r,M^ ~~! !       '
1 ... ,    ,     'JOB   PRINTING    .->,i\v   _. I ill   an i    1- .
would bo a very costly operation, and marvelous.    For Instance, mie <��t  tho ,     . .
^aaaaaa ^^^^^ .i     toi".- Stationery a specialty,    We do
IRRESPONSIBLE  GOVERNMENT,   jit   would    take   considerable   Ilmi
me of the
ig   Chinese   would   ask   a   spectator   to
See our list of City Property in the "Columbian."
HALE & LANE, Real Estate Ag
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
and at CALGARY. Alberta.
enl
We are arr mr Nelson namesake I they   would   either  have  to   be   sent place a coin in the latter-s hand.   The
U abou,  right  when i   savs, speaking   ���>'th   from   here  or  built   up   there. Chinaman would close the flngers one
,. ,-,       ,i   ��� ���    i    , i,   alter number over the p ! ol money
of  the    'iiiauthnri.i'd     exnenditure   of   I'-^'ii   auer   lle'ir  arrival   thev   woul. .   .,         ,             ,       '      .      ,
ui    lie.       iiiaiiuii'i i_< u         .\|ie n in ine       n                                   ^^J j   (                 .   |,nssU|o     ,ls   1,aiiels   .HIT
all other kinds of  printing, and  In ,
sure  a  good  job   at   right   prices. $
ARROW PRESS. Daily News Block
  ��� . .        .. .      Mrs. Dorpiny. proprietor.
large   sums   by   the  McBrlde  govern-   I'ave to he sunk and then pumped out   tne closed fist of his "subject," would   	
nr                                                              again,                                                         it]   S(>P1���   mysterioUS   manner   extract   r0R   SALE���1-rooni   house^JSOO;   7 *
.   unfortunate pari of the busin-      Tl"' x"nil ���Vl'-,l'i n will only have to   the coin.   I have had 'this trick work-      room house, close in, $1,100; 5-room ��
0SI  j.. thm ii,,. greal mass of the eleo-   '"    li"au>l1   ���''   few   Inches   above  the   oil on  mc a  number of times, und  I       house, close to Bridge, $1.7"". While *
torate will nol regard this question se-   ;""' so thal a ''lece o�� iailvas can '"'   aK1  11" nearer  to  knowing how  it  Is,     & Shiles, Columbia street. ���
���< ,..    .,.,._  ...... ...  ,..  'stretched around the hull.    If the can-   done than 1 was the first time. *
lli.��� u  | have seen au  Indian  mngl-   ROR SALE- A small island containing O
"III   I'nl'.le"   out   een   (le'ek.   |d;lee   ll   >i,ealj	
minster city. Can be useel for a mill f
>���������������.������.�����������������������*����������� > t J-���������������������������������������������� ������������Ht(
I The Fishing Season!
riously.    The control of supply is sup-
pi .-���-: mi be one of the chief functions
has now commenced,
splendid   new   lines
TACKLE, Rods,
J  have som
in   FISHING
iines and  Reels.
of the legislature.   The McBride gov-
v:is caii be so place I iln'_ pressure of
jthe   water  from   the  outside   will   be
about  15 acres, close to Xew  West-  %   SHOOTING���Call and inspect my fine stock of guns, new and second-j
,  , | ""__________���    f��r "      silt'-      F"1'    particulars    apply    to ��� BICYCLES���of the latest patterns for sale and to hire, both for ladies |
-  , .                                                                  ' moment 'ind Hum remove tin' cloth to       ...    ,            ,,    _,.__���_ ���,.,,,  ��� -r.H n.ntiompn ���
______________J__i                wreckni"   siceeeeei'   <���,,-,,,.   i.,ft   \-.,ia  -,                                                                                      I., n.i.'loi son  iv   Aune s ill ocei >. a ana  yeniiemcn. .
here  is  no doubt   in   "l,(MIU  steamei   _aivoi   lefi   Valdez aisclose a   Iving plant a foot or more  I
^mm^^^^m              ______^__________ _____________.____________^___________, T                k._..    !>-��.._ 1^.     i��A'^^    _.��._ ..ad     -.vac    en,.,a   ��...;                      I
seed on the planks, pour a little water
:
,    spoil on ino planus, pour a nine
____���_______������ .   ,       r       ,   -  ���  i.    enoii_h    Mi   slop   the'   leak    an .., ,,    i  ,i
ernment   has    in  the most  barefaced ' ' over it, cover with a small clotl
., , ,   , ��� temporary repairs can be mad
man er possible, usurped this  power '
hand.
it   noon   today   for  the  scene  of  the, high.   These fellows do not wear long
"       nind that  the legislature by ma-1 '   '"""'    ""   ""'  sl''''"'  "!   ""'. high.   Tbese reiiows do not wear long.,     We woulri like   if possible   ,,, make j
jority  vote  will express    approval  of  ^!!,.'. *** "'"  Start '"  W'"'k  '"""""   >';'-'��y sIohv.-m in whichapmnomigbt j arrangements with some partj ownlns  ���   3rcund  and  sh^'Pened
Ne//   Keys  made;   Ioc'ig   fit'....: l������">.  axes, saws  scissors, e'.i
diatelv.
almost   be  concealed,   but   have   barel
arms.   There'  is  saiel  tei be a clan of
e.ii   'o   take   the delivery   of   ie ���   *
jugglers, among whom the secrets ul
Hi" craft are .jealously  preserved and
for us iliis summei. eithi r bj   hire ol
I team or so much per ton for deliver;    ���
Columbia  Cold Storage.
���   -'Vei'iimenrs  conieni|iiuous  ijisrc
"i';,,l for statute law and constitution-1 ~ ~~
al   practice and  thai   the  governmenl Two-Bit Meals Doomed.
will   thus  he  encouraged   to  continue       Van���"ver,     April     16.���A     	
,     . . Which siiroiii ���,!,,,ne ei,,   i    ii      handed   down    rom   labor  to  son.'
I i Ignore the    representatives of the "   '' ','""1 ""   1,I'W1   ,w" dis-   -,,,,. ,,,,,��� ,. 	
People, when the expenditure, without   tncl   ''"s   moruin-   carried   news   of _'J  FOR SALE    I lots in Burnaby, close
authority, of a  few  thousand  dollars, | Ileav-V iniP��rl to thousands of Vancou- Debt Owed to Anii.ii.it.. to  the  Vancouver    car    line,  $185,
verites.    Some received il   with  quiel      Are we indebted to antiquity?    Ven,       Several large lots on  Eighth streel
NOTE  THE  NEW ADDRESS.
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GEO. R. SPECK
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si rve to ensure their continuance
in offlop."
resignation, some stormed and fulmin-   Inimensely.   It is the labor, the experi-
jated against  trusts, some smii,. i  and   '"'"'''���  even  ""'  failures of ancestor
I saiel, "Ii had to come." Others began
i i inquire guardedly about the systems of the  health  faddists who say
that have placed us whore- we are, We
still repeat many of their mistaken experiments which they thought wise. It
was tentative effort with tbem, though
thai   two   meals   a  day   are'   jusi   one   mistaken, and they did the best they
were shocked,  however.
The   elays  of   the   two-bit   meal   a
numbered.
iloiiiK. well. Its chief debt to antiquity
Is iii the lessons it has learned through
which it avoids or may avoid repetition
poking of curious noses
���'      thei'' methods is continued,
Oregonian.
Th" Chicago grand jury U compelling the express companies to malic a
statement  showing the distribution of
' books since Januarj   I. Cnde mam,  ,.���..,  ]in].,]].ll aninml     A||   ];Ul,,,    But, oU thu wh  thc world la
Sai investigating bodies certainly
si . ,. Me in., waking up. The poor corporations   will   have  to  conduct   their
bti In ss on a plan,, com,,,,,,, business .,.,,,.., v.f|V(,  (.,,nN   ���,  M   fs   ,.��� ,   is   of old errors and absurdities.   Portland
basis. If this  pokine of curious ���,.���� scon ^  ]|(    (|]i,  ^  charge ,.,,.  (he
amouni of [irovender which from time
ImmemorJal  has   been  ili.-��he"i   up   for  ;���;
The  Daily   Xews  has   I n   "called the   familiar   quarter,     The   Mm'    In-  J
down" a.,  a certain journal which has crease In  the price of groceries, the  jjj
'i-'i' i  Itself  censor of    moral.-  and scarcity and consequenl cos, of butter  ;���!
manners  for the province,  because ii and eggs, the Independence of waiters  $
a    iwe ' one of iis reporters to "run" who demand more pay than ever, and   J
a oul   a     ioor   little   doggie most of al! the sky-high prices of all   >1
which  was  nearly choked  hy a   tighl kinds   and   conditions   of"    meats- all   ;���;
\v,   beg to convei  I i the   ien- these are said to have forced the res-   $
iresaid   the   express    -     iranee tnnranl    keepers    to   Increase    their  ?.
.    ��� ...  re] orter  thai   Ihe  "stor; "   xu : '��� "'"-
- -;,. s. P. c. A.    Incident    ii     i ��� 	
ed to           nil   nothing   more.      ' Adrift With Dynamite.
.'.a-   rerhai     natural  lhal  the censor San  Francisco, April Hi.���Alrii'i
and near can factory, Burnaby, $'iu
to $80 each. WHITE & SHII.ES
Columbia street.
SECOND-HAND JUNK STARE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID FOR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND      ARTICLES.
BEGBIE STREET
Phone 214
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mlsin   'rprel     -.'-,������     sentence   ' lo  days  In   ar.   open  launch, loaded >;
'   hi    xpressing itself "In an   with   lynamite   and   gunpowder,   with- J
���   hum iner"; .hut,   is    i food, exposed to I he element  .and !���!
id, tin   n poi er a       e    is thi    ���     ��� ������ ' in.     ��Ith    ' ich   lurch   ol     the V;
- thinking  of    noil his j     ifl   to  be   blown into  eternity,   was ej
i   '.    . xperlence of I. Kumphoff and Rn '���*'���.
ini er   I..   Betchel,   ol     the     Cr "a Ii i >'
'.Mi. li   com pan; .   who   were-   re ?cue I v
f   .     ��� heir  perilous  sltuatl m   ind   re- ej
ned mi the city this afternoon.   The !���
leave ti.e h. ..sn .i.m a    mcJ] ,Ai,.(   s;IVl | .-, ..i||, a |rl.rj|>],, |';it,. ^
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y i leorge l_ Cross, nianagei  of Cm       '.
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In '' he  ' lunch   E - nrl   the   I wo  men
Ir ft tin     . iv��.p. al   Pinole   ea  l>
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if  oxplo   '. '���    aboard       \     Ihe   ]j
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WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
Misses' and
Children's Dresses
in Dark Prints, Light Prints, Shambrays,
Muslin, Lawn ; in all sizes from 1-2 year
to 17 years.   Jack Tar Blouses in si: es .
loll years.
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1 f "'" '���" ""i"    ������'��������� l I brated American
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.i"M"     on Sal     ���'      ii     nin      lhe *. .^                                    ..���. u,
'    ���    m   tho  beach   "i   San J; %��Lg ^tlaY      ffl^^.v^M         ^ ���-
��� nope ot an escape from the   ,���,,..  ���,���.   .. ]lp]i(i ,,,��� ft;iv(,s  w;is])l , .a Vlff Vt Ifl_��� BBW   "^
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��� Into  "��� hich  Ihe    (1'and    'an l"
led   British  Columbia;  bul
.....    .��� i    i.i course, vote I
thuni      lip" brigade.
I ablo  i;.i'
over her.
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Cross disi overed Ihe predle   menl ol '���'
'       M''"1  ":���,! and   rescued   them,  Ink J  TilCV Hi C Lhe liiCOSt  gOOds  OVGl' bl'OUght  to  the city,
in. them io a farm honsi -������
 :._. & Men's Gun-Metal Blucher Oxfords "Ske-
McGill   Corns  Again.
uverniueul   has  decided      H^	
. in   ��� . "   i;.   royalt) on timher from Montreal,  April   Ifi,   T second   i .     -J
: ' .          ' . , . cenl . and 01 E the ' mi    fire  within two weeks  visited   V
xplalns   ihai   the ri'i.Milij   in- McGill   tlnlverslty  early    toda.\    and   .;'
stead of the rental Is  Increased, be-1 praciicully    destroyed    tin
medical   ��t
e      _   ii  increase
ii..ye,i.   The maRnificeni medical il | YOUNG FELLOW���When you wear a pair of Walk- |
irary. however, was saved. >i       0\'ers, you get ii top-notcher for style and fit.       !���!
In the latter might I hui'ding, one of the oldesl and mosl S
l.e held mi be contrary to ihe sielri, valuable of the college croup Beside, i V
of the law providing for renewal of lhe equipment, Ihe museum, one of >J
i'i licence. The Dally Xews has de-: ili��' hesl on ilc continent, containing j*i
dared n and again thai more rev- many priceless specimens, was des-|_>|
enue sl Id he derived from the timber eiis, ie-" I of hy iin' province, and
i: does nol Intend to ohjeel to ihis Inci ise, ir even to question the logic
of the organ: bill it begs to loinl oul
thai .ii" |)lan n lopted will have the
(i'i 11 of taking all the additional revenue oul of i he : oi kel eet i he user of
,. r and nol on ��� <���< nl of ii oul of
the pockel of the mere speculator in
Umber limits. In thai respeel ihis
bii of McBrlde policy bears a strong
, |] likeness to other Items in th��
si rnngely < ompounded mass,
toe" W;=*!!k-Cvcrs, a pair    -   -   $5.00
Men's Patent Colt Walk-Over Oxfords
���made on the new "Lauren's Last,"---
a pair 6.00
Men's Gun Metal Blucher Cut Walkovers,
on the "Rialto" last, a pair    -   -   5.00
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Just Arrived one oi- the  largest   and ��'
complete stocks    n Britisn Colujr   ia
Sl [TS 1 FADE Tl    ' >RD    !  I R( " : $17.00 li?
PANTS  rO ORI   !R. $5.00 UP
OVERCOi^   _' TO ORDl^. S17.O0I
Satistaction r/uaranteca or  raone.    rcrunaca.     &uit    kept   in ';!1
free oi cnar_e lor one year.     Open evenings.
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257 FR0NT STREET       M. LANGTK1
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Cor.   McKenzie   and   Front
SOMETHING   GOOD
S.ikation Army Weddinrj.
The Salvation army la niakins pi
nrnl Ions for a   very Bpfrcinl   1 mum .in   |ij
'.' ��� Inesdai. April 17. al 8 p in., in ih
'���:   nl P  hall on Columbia street, Hi i
|e     Sinei'loii.   |.i'o\ ine ial   iifflcei.   Wil    j��!
li - ninsler of ( erpmon'c 1,     issisti 1  b.\   W
a   hosl   H   olliii'i's  anil   sol 'i.-rs.   he.'e   >J      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
V'isiilng   anel    local.       The'    lentiii'"   nf   Jj .TA.T_T A     CTPT?VT
the evening  will be a  marriage con-jg  UJl_lL\i_5JA  olULLl
tracl between two of the officers.
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THE   CITY   GROCERY r_.'.��SDAY. APRIL 17.  1907.
T HE   DA I l.V   N E Ws
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j     emainlng from our Great Sale ol   lasl   week;  Japanese Mattings   all
{    linen warps, ai  15  ind 20 percent  reductions.
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^-������^^���.^-^������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������l   j    Do  I KEEDA Go-Carl  or Bab)  Carriage?   We have I
latesl   Improvements,   rubber  tires,   ball   bearings,   patent   a
brakes, chilled steel frames   automatic   drop-heads,   ror   $-1.95.     And
whal aboul a Sideboard, with bevelled English plate mirror back nnd
Cul   :' iwers   in i Pot   Plants.    Ring
up Ti ly, the florist.   'Phone A1S4.
.1.   \V.   Evans,   the director   of  last
Mi -.  .. ick    ' II n   lefi   > esl er lay
short visit to Kamlo ips,
eight   in   Hoi)   Trinit) church.     The
Rev. George  Buttruui's remarks were
highl)   Interesting und greatly  ajipre-
. iated.
bea itifully carved  doors  and  pinasters, a  magnificent   piece  if t'nrni    i
tnre. for .19.5.? Worth double tb" nione)
Aid.   Garrett   lefi   ) este  la)   for   a
winter's dramatical comedies,  "Cupid
holiday   ni;.   to  Montreal   and   other   h  p08terlana>-'  ���,,  -A Trip t0  lla.,.
Eastern cities. pylund,"   visited   the   cit)    lasi   week.
The school board -.veil meel Thurs-}Mr' Evans has -i"s' returned from Du-
day evening to discuss plans for the l,lth' w!"':" h" ��-as attending to the
proposed addition to :'"- Central sad details of his wife's funeral, who
School, lied there some time ago _i  hei  sls-
'  r's home.
Aa litor  Tennant,  of  the  C.   P.  R.
.iincouvei   stuff,  - enl a few  hours in      x"::   McKinnon, of Ottawa, former-
the citj   ���   sterda)  In eonenci   in   ivith   !'   a member of the dri   goods firm of  $
railway   af!  irs. ""   ��� ''" John   Garland and  Sons, bill   ���
ei ���! |,  is   spending   n   lew   da) -   ���
���'   A   Woods, fn    some time a resl-   |n the city, the guest of U   McQuai   ���     J
lent of this cit;     eft yesti      ���    after-   He is accompanied b)  his niece. Miss   ���
:-':;-   '"    Kansas   city,   where   he   In-   K,)ltn    Uarland.        Mr.     McQm I'a  X
' '   '���' ' ���' ��� _ :��� - - Inten 1 to remain   in the coasl   *
Icurello, the on   ' : '"'' t0 l'""1''- t
The   first   (jusollue  railway   speederlt
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BLOCK.
* NEW   WESTMINSTER, B.   C.    ,
Phone  7;_ j
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a   the   ���    i nib hael   . ise,   was   .
I   ye    ���    a
':   fistrate   C     iou! present, fixed
In   \ w   Westmlnstei' v\ 111 short-   ��
11 -������ on the G.  \.  II   lines, ll   ���
111    e'\       *
Por  cm   Rowers, cu 11:11   m
nei el    les -a-   tei    '.  ne   T.   I >a. is   &
Si 11,  finrisi -. Tel.  H20S.
erl 11 ic.hlulsl in the city.   The - iee I
er has i n sent  here from St.  Paul
cossets Rt iNFonciD
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More   Sult_ are  actually  being sold now  than before Easter.   The
ft le who   ireferre.1 to wall   until the reall)  fine weather would ci	
Man) of the lines of Spring  Goods thai   were delayed  b\   blocl.
Bb ��� - have arrived, so thai  now, Instead of feeling a bil nervous when   m
Ha    ���'!  for certain  lines of goods,   ive  are  proud  to  In   i  de  to show
���lhat is asked  for, in almosl   ever)  Instance.    In fact, we are showing
Bbi      han.lis.' this season thai people scureeh expected lo find here.
Man)   ;   o]ile   have  expressed  surprise and pleasun    11 q   il
Bt    of goods shown here al  such moderate prices    and some who for-
���bi'   ...   wenl oul  uf town for  garments  have  transferred  their  paD'on-
'a. i   ��� .:���    <" V m   .   S'l'lUlK.
TO-DAY  we announce a  stile ol 23 Sample .-'mm- ai OXE-THIRD
lOFF   regular iirices.    Novell)   Tu Is   Shudoi     Plaid   Worsteds  and
Homespuns, and   Plain  Color Vicunas, Cheviots and  Broadcloths, all
..liable,   well-tailored   garments;      ime  trimmed   with  braid,  buttons
anel Moire Silk.    U ling al these prices $12.50. $15, $18.50 to $25.
���woi ;h If bought  in the regular ��m     ��16.30 to ..:iT.."in
use of 1 he 1 hlef engineer of ���
constructioii of lhe G, N. R., and will
('.   E    '     huish,  u    Hamili   n, Ont.,   he   use !   mostly   in  making  the  nips
at preseni city,   Mi   Meihuish   from   this   city   l.e   the   (liffereni   con
'osition of travel- structiou camps between N'ew Wesl X
ling repri tentative for the British Co- minster and Cloverdale. The speedei *
lunihia   Distillery    ol   New    Westmin-   can  travel ai   the rate of 13  miles an   ���
SHIRT     *
nif BEST SHIRT
MADE FOR THE W0RKINGMAN  ���
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���.. Some of the Advantages . _ i
Possessed by This Workingman's Shirt
" ""'"'���'"";"" ������"i " ' ��<> ni,...,' ��� Buttons sowed on bv hand   can't come off.
ten  mile's less. 7
.,,,.,     ,,. , l Seams double stitched   can't rip.
Aboul  thirty  Hindus are al  preseni ��� '
x. I! X Button-holes extra finished   ca
The funeral of lian.'.   Lee, for somi
j ��� ars .: pal ienl  al   the  Pi i\ ini ial asylum for the insane, took place yester-   employed   In   the  different   (
day afternoon in the Sapperl in ceme    construction  camps  between  this cit)   X
tery.     The   Rev.   W.   II.   Barraclough   and  Blaine, this .small baud being the  J
an'i wear out.
officiate i.
Jim Vi !x, a Siwash ��li ��� had been
,-ing 1 get a coi e. . on Vane ouvar
: - iiu to the city
ivi:     ' ���    1    ���       11 11
sorry remnant  of three hundred sine-   ���
of  India   hired   to work   for  the  rail
i'ii)   contractors   less than   si\  monts
Every Shirt Guaranteed i>> the Brand
"nre   wate
Ireasurv In
ago.   The' Hineliis have proved to the
imployers   that   thev  are
iracllcnll)
enough to \ euturi    nto tin   I! >) al Cl )
lie into?; cated.
Women's   Blae      I. stre Skirts;   value
Vour choice
    $1.95
Misses'  Blue mum iii." .  Cheviot   Skirts;    good,   sl ong   garments
veryday and school   v.'.mm  values $2.50, imu    $1.75
Misses' Ughl Tweeil Skirts, In Checks and shadow effects; at-
tively made' wl . , eats, sti i]is and buttons; value's $_.5() for
 $2.75
Misses' mm I Ln lies' Ligl I 'I eveetl Box Coats, In the new styles and
11   len I     $..'/_
useless for heavy work and have been
gr idually  paid   off  until  few   remain.  ���
There will  be  no  more Hindus  hired   #
The board of directors ol the Koyal   ror construction work by the G. N. R   J
('olumbian  ii ispital   will  meet   in  Hi
Mayor's   office   this  afternoon  tu   dis-   when   they may    be    given
1 iss regulai   msiness.   A meeting will   chance.
1.     calle 1   later   to   discuss   [dans
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THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER   :
: ii.' propose I   ne .'.   husp   .:
A  special  meeting of the transpor- *
��� SOLE AGENTS FOR NEW WESTMINSTER
tat lon committee of the board of trade
The Infant child of Mr. an I -Mrs will be' held in the city hall on Thins '
Gust Melin, who died yesterda) urn- laj evening, when all the city meriting, will ������ mu i. ,1 this aiie nio.in In chants are urgently requested to bel
'ui' Oddfellows' cemetery, The fani- liresenl in order lo full) discuss the
I; resides til he cornei 1! Third new transcontinental freighl rate
avenue  and   M ...a    street. schedule which has been submitted to
Ihe differenl   board of trades  ia  the
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province      The  matter Io  be discus
Alva   Carrie,   the'  youth   accused of
;! yln8   ''":'"^  ',!   a  Ch ���'      ::     was   ��� ' -     1 ���   ,������:���,.
"M"'v"!       " :   '!! Btwpended sentence,   (1,;|n,s ;mi|  shi,,.���,.s   an(,  ��� ,g h     d
Magistral    Corbould  gave young Cur-   .,.,,  ;| ,nrRe ;ilI������ |:||1,,. w|���  ,���.
rh   some sound  ��� y Ice beton   gi antln
ttrda;   1    irnlng.
iim   liis  libel
267-271   COLUMBIA   ST.
N EW WE S T MI N STE R
re.s-
eni al the meeting.    J.  V Lee, chaii
in of the ' 1 aiisii.ii ial Ion committee,
c   P   pt,  i ive x. ls  ui   will presi le a) the meeting,
he cit)       sterda)   i iokfn ; ci "
::" 1     'Vhich   li  .  to       ���    cei :  n Lecture  Appreciated.
"'hich ha    enel m 11  lhi   land   n ia il ...    ,    the  ,|mvni���)llr  |.l8    ,,. !h,
' "!'' cts or which .lames  ,j      , ,..    ,
1   '���    ' -1   ''    ���   hl   ">e   I'     '���   ���' "���'     Sons of S        1     in tin   K   of P. hall,]
'���'- >'s ;' a as ii ei a i well attended a        nilghl
\   m     il par    .. '   1 mn  Van-   ' "     The lecturer, the Rev. .:.
, , ���'   "lison,  mlghl  well !,- sal 1  to have
od\   of    he   late   II rs.   ICmm
���; 1011 .-ii i Burns' works nl I     finger's
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laci   lu Odd        ' ��� '"H !ils leniarks on these won   j
:��� 'I, '.,   '     '       . .       '
in on    Th       :    an .    ui   in 11 w of th
��� l pall-bearers.
'till III IS; 1
A Block of Ten Lots goes to the
;,',] first applicant, for the ridiculously low figure of
nl   lan     i      .Iowa    of     wo
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m ��� i'   thai  can only    .   1
water lots Xos, 13,   those who wen
lo,   11     ,        ' 111     'M GI le)       1 ���,, .
Bros, to tl     B. C. 11. It. co \> the close of tin
"' "1        lhe council In com ���   ,	
Monday 1 company will he 'and mu
,. ;   ..   h five yea   le    1 ;.,   moel| ., ,.  |h ,
il Ion   very live year        ���        -������       m to catel . ai
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���$850
This is only $85 per lot, and-on
easv terms.
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New Westminster
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���WEDDING    GIFTS...
���:i" you   limi  it.  difficult  to decide on a suitable article for that
ent?   If so, allow us to offer a few suggestions:
In Cut Glass-Water Bottle,  Salt Set,  Vase,   Howl,  Nappy,
er,
Sterling Silver and Silver-plated Good��-Cabine1
ons and Porks, ,&c.;  Tea Set,   Salad  Bowl,   Soup Tureen,   Padding
��� i 'arvers.
Oak Tray, Biscuil Jar, Butter Dish, Bronze Figures, &c.
fY. C. Chamberlin,      T__Jevveier
AGENT HAMILTON   HATCH
this Vi i    one n
Th ���   i] ecial   thanlisglvlng sifts  n eel.
. I.I'M   undi       ���     uisplces   of  the   '���'���' i   ��� < ard   during  pasl   yeai;,  '	
men's   Auxlllnr    of Holy  Trlnltj   and   tha.   publicity   be given   to
Sl   Barnabas churches pa   ied   i  mosl   and   Hum  heart]   thanks  be extemde
enjoyable* he  meeting   las'  tn Mr  Fader for his splendid gift.
Headquarters
for   ...    .
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li. L. DeBeck
THE   HOME  OF  GOOD  CLOTHES.
��� THE   DAILY   NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, APP|L  !7
��� 193?
A
Color   BlliidiieMft.
The term color blindness Implies an
entire nlisenre of the color sense, and
there are a few persons who are in this
condition, but it also Includes all the
forms of partial color blindness iu
which the perception of one of the
fundamental colors ��� red, green and
violet is wanting, and which are
known as red blindness, green blindness and violet blindness. The line between these various kinds of color
blindness and a perfect perception of
colors ls not sharply drawn, so Unit a
large number of persons have what ls
called a feeble color sense, which falls
short of actual color blindness. There
ls no doubt that color blindness in its
various forms is much more common
than is generally supposed, and it is
more common among the Imperfectly
than the well educated ''lasses.
Mii-Im-i-*.   A_,'N   .'._,<>.
The first barbers eef whom there la
any record piled their trade In Greece
iti tin' fifth century B. C. In Home
the first barbers operated in the thinl
century B. <'. i,n olden times In England tin' barber and tbe physician
were Identical. Thus a king's barber
was also bis chief medical adviser, '.n
the time of Henry VIII, of England
laws were made concerning barbers
of which the following Is an extracti
'No person occupying a shaving or
barbery In London shall use any surgery, letting of blood or other matter,
except th" drawing of teeth."
Land Registry Act.
TAKE NOTICE thai an application
has been made to register Francis C.
Honour as the owner in fee simple,
under a lax sab' deed from the Mayor
and Treasurer of the City of New
Westminster, to Francis C. Honour,
be aring dale the 2nd day of Octobi r,
A. li. 1903, of all ami singular that
(ertain parcel or tract of lanl ami
premises situate, lying anl being in
ibe i'ii.'. nf New Westminster, in the
province of British Columbia, more
particularly known and describee] as
subdivisions IT. 18, in, of lot 8, suburban block li.
You and each of you are required to
.'���le.e'st the' claim of ilie lax purchaser
within forty-five days from the dale
of ihe lirsi publication of this notice,
otherwise I shall register Francis C.
Honour us owner thereof in fee, an.l 1
direci that publication of this noiice
in a daily newspaper published in N 'W
Westminster for ihirly days shall be
goo ! i.m i sufficient service' hereof.
Dati ! at i'ii' Land Registry Office,
Xew v."...-' ninster, province of British
ibis lie'h day nf March,   \.
Colnn   ell
I-.    m.  ,7.
After   It   Is   All   Over.
When yams are being spun one bears
a good deal concerning tbe e-uriiius an
tits people go through when highly excited, but very liul��' Is saiel about thc
mun who "gets scared after It is all
over." And tbe latter, not being so
constituted that he can faint, as a woman often does after u fright, generally keeps his own counsel ami often Is
given lhe credit of being cool and
"nervy" when the fact is that bis knees
are ready to lniin]e together for mutual
support.���Forest and Stream.
To Ge
On   llu-   Safe  Sldr.
They had been engaged for fully
thirty minutes' by the cuckoo clock.
"I have a surprise in store for you.
Alfred, dear," she said. "I can cook
as well as I can play the piano."
"That being the case, darling." he
replied, "it will be well for us to
!>ourd."
Appropriate.
The society editor was writing up a
church fair.
"Mrs. Green, the wife of our prominent milk dealer." he wrote, "was appropriately gowned In watered silk."
('. S.   KEITH,
Districl  Registrar.
ge W. Jamleson, Esq.
���'ns served with this notice.
and those claiming through or under
thi ... an 1 all persons claiming any
Irti rest In the saiel land by virtu,' of
any unregistered instrument,_and all
persons claiming any interest in the
said 'and by descent, whose title is
noi registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act." sball be forever ��'s!<i!,|,e,] ami debarred from set-
ting up any claim to or in respect of
lhi' said land so sold for taxes as provided  by ihe "Land Registry Act."
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
Ton must hear that which hurts tliat
you may gain lhat which profits.���Selected.
fie sure you can obey good laws t��-
fore vou alter bad ones.���Ruskln.
Superimposed.
in the nail of a philharmonic society
Uie following notice was posted:
"The seats In this hall are for the
use of the ladies. Gentlemen are requested lo make use eef them only after the former are seated."���II Riso.
We love to expect, and when expectation Is either disappointed or prrr.ti-
fl.il we want to he again expecting.���
Johnson,
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
en Dominion Lands in the Province
cf Eritish  Columbia.
Seah el Ti nder addressed to the
Commissioner of Dominion Lamls, ]):���-
, i.riment of the Interior, and marked
en the envelope "Tender for Timber
Bl :1b   No,   513,"     Will   be   received   a;
111i.-> Department until 12 o'clock noon
"i: Wedni sday, I he 26th day of June,
1907,  for a   lici a.-"  io cut  timber mi
le    i'i   Nm.   " 113,  C i   in ���   iaii.Is  sitn-
'    In ib" i'    .   , ���  ��� ,  le Itlsh Colum-
in ;  ih     rl .    follows:
i.i' iei   ii.   tl    -io.  .".i :. compri
Iwo blocks 1 i the i asterly shl"
he x     ' ' ... |] . ''. '.������ i:i'
��� ���,  . To       ,.        27 and 2S
.' .  mm     ���     '. elerldian.:
Block        '' . lying
. ���. .   a Bloc!
.-::',,; I   aa I . c
: I Ri v e r th r i
al'ti        - linln    aa ai- a
'    ��� . nori  ..   m
Bloi k 2,-1 tho  tracl   I,   a
River bet>    m  Bio   .
I and 3 of sal 174, and i xtend-
ing ie icl< from il I i.i\ er I bree-quar-
!��� . - ei a in''' i im lining an area if
".-. ��� quai ' ni" mile, ru re
��� :   ;��� .   .
1 he i erl h mu be urveyed with-
i , one' ;��� ea'' ,,.'. - the date of the no
ii. ���   awarding the  berth,
Tlii' regulations under wbicb a lice use will   in'    Issued,   also    printed
i mis of tender ami envelope, may be
��� lained ai ihi- Department or al iin1
oi'ie !��� of ila- Crown Timber Vgent al
New   West mi mii r, I!.  ('.
Each tender musl be accompanied
by an accepted cheque em a chartered
bank -in favour of ibe Deputy of the
.Minister of the Interior, for the amouni of the bonus which the appll-
i ml is prepared to pay for a license,
Xo tender by telegraph win lie entertained, Tin' highesl ni' any tend r
not necessarily accepted.
PERLEY G.   KEYES,
;-'    retary.
n | artmenl of lhe Interior,
Ottawa, April 2nd, 19 ���:.
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department of the Interior, am! marked on the envelope "Tender for Timber Berth No. ".14." will be received
mi ihis Departmenl until 12 o'clock
noon on Wednesday, ihe 26th day of
.lane. 1907, for a license in cut timber
on Berth No. 514, comprising lands
Situate in the Province of British Columbia,  an I  describe.]  as  follows:
Timber lie.rth No. 511, comprising
two blocks in about Township 27.
Ranges i and 2, West of the 6th Meridian, in the vicinity of Carnes Creek:
Block 1.���Commencing at the southeast corner of Timber Berth 467;
thence' westerly along the southern
boundary ol said berth 1.50 miles, wiih
a depth ef half a mile-, measure,] al
right angles thereto, containing o 7-".
e- piare miles, more or less.
Block -.���Commencing aboul I'-,
miles above the junction of the North
and South Forks of Carnes ('recti, on
ill" said North Fork: ihence up
sireai.i 60 cliains in direct elisiaiM ���
w;:i   ,   lepth e.;' |n cliains. on the east-
' erl)   >: Ie  thereof,   sured  in   right
. ��� -' i,"r::l i.i aring E saiel
North Fee:., within the berth, containing mm . rea of .37 square miles, mon
or lis-, excluding any portions of Tim-
be'. IN iihs \eis. 467 .hi ! 175 which
may fall within same,
'i'ii" be: iii must lie survey,..] wilhin one .'.ear after the date of the no-
tice awarding the berth.
1 - i' gulations under which a lien.-"' will be issued, also printed
Corn - : tei der and envelo] '���, may
be i tained al ibis Departmenl or al
' ' ol i '��� i :' 'be Crown Timber Ag< ni
at  Ne      W<       Ir ��� e r, Ii. C.
1 t be aci ompanied
��� acci ������������ i i'. m i" ,.:i a chai
. ' [ iii" Depul;  of the
'' ' ��� ie    Interior,    for   the
Ich   'lie   an
im repan       d i....   for a  li-
e   ���   ���
Tl or any ten :������������ i ol  ne..
���     im     .    ���   ted.
No lendi . ' y ti legrnph will be i n-
!e : 'ai;.' '!
PERLEY <l  KEYES.
Secretary.
M' pari mm .i ..;' ' iie Interior,
Ottai . . April 2nd,  190*
NOTICE.
NOTICE is HEREBY GIVEN thai sixty eteiys after date we intend lo appl. to
iii" Hon.the Chief Commissioner <>t' Lands
ien.! Works for permission te cul ami carry away the timber trom tin- following
described lands, situate ni Kitsumgallum
Valley, Coast  district :
20.���Commencing at a post planted
Mi"'" -M-j miles north of the north-west
corner of C. l". A. Green's preemption
claim, then running as follows: mi chains
cast; Mi cliains south: SO chains west and
SO cliains north to point of commencement.
21.���Commencing at a post planted
about :'.'���.. miles north of the north-west
corner of C.F.A.Green's preemption claim,
en-n running as fellows: itiie chains west;
40, chains south; Hid chains east anil 40
chains north to the point of'commena -
mi nt.
--.���Commencing at a post planted
about I miles nor.ii of the north-west corner of i'. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim.
then running as follows: SO chains east;
SO chains north; mi chains west and SO
chains sbuth to point of commencement.
���'���'..���Commencing at a post planted
about ���'. niihs north of the north-west corner of t'..l-'. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains east:
4" chains north; 1G0 cliains west; 40
chains south to point nf commencement.
_4.���Commencing nt a post planted
i i ��� 'i miles north of tin- north-west <-<n-
ncr of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then running .es follows: 160 cleeiins east;
i chains south; le'." chains west; 4"
chains north to point e.f commencement.
23.���Commencing at a post planted
about 'I miles north eef the north-wesl cor
in r nf C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains enst;
i" hains nortii; 160 chains wesl ; 4'i
.  , .   .- -������ i"   ... poin: ,,;' commencement,
26. ''"���:  ���.���:,. ' ig   .a    n    post    plante d
about ''��� miles north e : lhe north-west cor-
of ('.!'. a. . free n's pre-emption cl
thm  running as follows: 4n chains west:
: 60   ���     Ins   south;    40  chains enst :     : 60
ns nori h ;.. poinl of ccmimenci ment.
.7 -i '������ ..':.��� ������..iii- nt ,e pest plant' ���'.
��� ...-. les n-.i'th of ih" north-wesl corner "f i'. !���'. \. Green's pre-emption claim.
then running as follow.-: SO chains west:
SO chains north : v" chains '-as: : SO chains
genu.. m. poinl '���' comme nee ment.
Com ... Ing at n posl planti I
: i . m 7 "iin s nortl oi :M.- north-wesl eoi -
n. r of ''. P.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
tie. n runnin- as follows: 160 chains eas::
In chains south; 160 chains west; and 40
chains north to the point of commemce-
i ment.
29.- Commencing at a post planted
aboul 7 miles north of the north-west corner of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim.
I then running as follows: 4" chains north:
SO chains west; 4" cliains north; 40
chains west; v chains south: 120 chains
cast to point of commencement.
30.���Commencing at a post planted
m out 4" chains north of the south-wesi
coiner of Location No. 26, then running
as- follows: 160 chains west; 40 chains
north; 160 cbains e-eest ; and 4" chains
south to poinl  of commi ncement.
31.���Commencing at a post planted
���Monl   -i"  chains  north  of  th'- south-west
::.���:��� if Loci lion No. .'0. then running
as follows: 160 elmins west; 40 chains
- ati 160 chains east; 4n chains north
i.. poi'M ..:' commencement.
32.���Commencing nt a pest plante d
.el...in 4 mil. s north of the north-west cornel of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim-,
tin n running as follows: 160 chains west;
40 chains south : 160 chains easl : 40
chains north lo point of commencement,
containing 640 acres, more or less.
WM.  MOODT,
FRANK VANDALL.
Age mm  Frank Vandall.
1....',iter-.
March 21. 1907.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office 'Phone IS...       Harn 'FUone Ki7
Columbia tit.
Baggage delivered    promptly  to   _cy
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
Office���Tram   Depot
W. INI. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New W a.tmlntter, B.C
NOTICE.
TAKE NOTICE that thirty days after
I date we intend :������ apply to the Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works for special
timber licenses to cut and carry away
| timber from the following described lands
situate in the Kitsumgallum Valley, in the
Coast  I listrict:
33. ��� lommi ��� . Ing al a post planted
about 40 chains wesl of the south-wesl
corn i' of the old Kitsumgnllum Indian
! cserve, then 160 chains west; 40 chains
��� . ' ' . 160 '-lie.ins .-ast ; 4" .'Iiains south
lo point of ��� ommi nei ment.
34.���Commencing   at    a    post   planted
I" chains wesl of the north-east corner of
I Location No. 33, then 160 chains west; 40
chains north;   160 chains east;  4" chains
so il ���. to po    '  "i ��� omn encement.
35 -'. : ��� i. ncing at a pe.st planti d
4 . iaii - wesl e f the north e ast corn r e f
1.- itio N '. 14, I mi 160 eli;,ins west : 4n
. I    Ins north I   16'   ' hains e ast ;  10 chi
. to poinl  ��� '  coi em' ncem nt.
36 -Coi     ie  .    is    al    .!    post     planti cl
120  i  eains we st   of  the  north-east
i ;��� of !.���  'utiop No. ::". then I 60 chains
norlh I   II   chains east :   1 60  chains so . h :
hains west to the point nf commi nc -
mi mm
37 '���:'::��� .'.      .   '       ..       p..- '        p!  .'.'���   I
boul :   .a     i lie north I
:       of  Li      ' No.   35,     '!���. nee     ' 0U
Hi chains east: 1 60 cl
we si : 4" lains f ���������-'������ to point ol ���
:        ��� . ��� nt.
mmencing    it   a    j ost     planti d
nl   "������   north-w ��� sl corner of  Location  No.
:,;:.     thence  v"   chaii s   w. st :     v"   eh
south :     Rd   chains  east;     und   .0 chi
irth  to i ���    .' ��� ' ��� ommi ncement.
II'..      - '.-'..        ��� post   Plai M"I    :  ���
coi ne " ������:'  i. ,oi ation No. 8,
then                      ,ve -' :   R0  chi Ins  -outh ; R0
chain.'         ���           ��� .  eins   north   to  poinl of
, ....
V.'M.i.I ', M   . |, ,,   ' ���','.
. lNK   '.   .NDALL.
Loeatoi
Age .    '.   ".���
M irch 21,  10OT,
NOTICE.
N  ITI'    :    !-'    HEREBY     OIV__N'     I
...... ml to mm
lln    f'iilei   - 'oni        i
[.ami Wo        . ir por ml       -,  ��� .  .
���  '    a��ry ier fron
111 ed   1 a 11
-.1"      .   ''���      mi:
'-
��� 'lv       ' nmtnclng at a posl
.   inted e             '���".  i .,... . ��� ��� .���   mm
 i tl     tnnuth, on tin
...... 41
Ins    ������ west;  40 chains
to  point of en
nn no nn nt, . onl ilnl  _ 'ii" acre i,  more' ..
��� Im No    '       ��� '��� '     .��� ncing   at   a   posl
'      ited   on   '   ���    '.' ���    agntitz   River,   nl.
:   ���  . e> mouth,  on the   casi
.���   ���      ���     '     :���      160  chains   e
10   . bain ���  noi I h .     166   chains   west ;   4��
Routh,       one   river     to   poll I
commeni enn  it, e onl il ilng ti 1" acre s, more
..;���  less.
' 'i i Im No. ' ' lommonclng al posl
r.l mi. .1 on 11 ��������� /'in .'.' i.i/. Rlvi r, aboul
two miles up fi om ; In moutl . on tlv ��� n n
bank of river ; tin nee 160 chains easl : 10
outh; 160 eli Ins west to river:
th' ei"" I" . In ... '."i thei i" along river to
i ..ini of commeni ement, containing 6 10
acres,   more  ...   i< .
''. iim No. 10, -i lommehclng at post
planted on the Zymagatitz River, aboul
two miles up from them outh, on the
1 bank of river; tin nco 160 chains
east; i" eli ilns nortii : ' 60 chanis wi sl to
.in. in-" -in chains southerly along
rlvei   to poini  of commencement, contaln-
K .640 acre .. mor ' less.
i "l.i ir11   No,   17.    ' lommi ncing    al   post
plain a  on   Lhe  Zymagatitz   River,  about
one n,i|.. up from the mouth, on the west
i . nk of river i thence in chains wesi ;  166
inlns   nortii ;    I"   chains   ".<si   to   river:
m,. ei".    160 chains southerly   along   river
M. poini of commencemi nt, containing 040
ie   ���   .   i.loi-.-  in-  less.
ci.elm  No.   IS.���Commencing    al     post
nted   on   tin.   south   bank    of   Skeena
nboul   half  mil"  below  the  mouth
:   Kltsumgullum River; thehco SO chains
���uiti:    "' m.i Ins  '.' '     80  chains  north
i   River;   tin nee   along   river to
���   nl       ;. ... ei." :,. nt,   containing   0 lo
i      I   111     Xo.     i Ii.      ''om-  ."ii";';!.':       a'     posl
���    i   on   ih.      south     bank   ef   Sid..nee
;.   - ���.    ' ..a i ilf mil" up from the mouth
if   K ��� nrne ilium   River,   ">i   the     south
'   . ..   -.a  Rlvi r;  the in ���  120 chanis
south;   120 chains enst  to  Skeena  River;
thence along river to point  of commencer
ment, containing 640 acres, mon   or less.
Located  February  22.   1907.
WILLIAM    MO IDY,
FRANK   VANDALL,
J .iters.
Per Frank Vend.ill. Mare h 22, 1907.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby Riven that 30 (lays
after date I Intend to make aplication
to the Hon. the Chief Coirimissioner
of Lands and Works, for a special license to cut and .carry away timber
from the following described lands,
situated
I'oas't District Range 5 district, No.
101, commencing at a stake planted
at a post on the Encheshese River,
about a mile and a half up from its
mouth, thence east 4u chains, ihence
north SO cliains. thence west SO
eli. Ins, thence south SO chains, ihence
easl 40 chains to point of commencement.
102.
Commencing at a point near the
mouth of Union Creek at the east line
of the In,lian Reserve, at the head of
1'nioii Bay, near the mouth of Works
Channel, Range 5, Coast District,
thence 40 chains south, thence SO
chains oast, thenci' SO chains north,
thence v,i cbains west, I hi nei 10
. hains sonth to the poinl of commi ncement,
103.
Commencing at a posl on thi north
shore of Work's Channel, Range 5,
Co ist I iis' riet, about a mile . I i
half bi low Worsfold Hay. thence 120
chains north, thence so chains east,
tin nee south to shon'. thi nei wi stei ':���
along shore to poinl ol > i rami nee
ment.
104.
Commencing al a post on the shore
opposite the mouth of Bi ar Creek
and about a half a mile north on the
north arm of Work's Channel, Range
a. Coast District, thence, west Tn
i bains, thence norih SO chains, thenci
east tee shore, thence southerly along
shore  :e>  point  of commencement.
105.
Commencing at a stake on the
beach about 50 chains south of the
mouth of Hear Creel; on the north
arm of Work's Channel, Range
I 'e ast District, tin nee east 90 e bains,
thence norih So chains, thence west
to the beach, ihence so itherly and
ue surly along the beach to poinl of
commencement.
106.
Commi n inn at a stake 2 ' i hains
(ast of the month of Min ' reel al
the head ol Woi !��� 's Channel. Ranse _,
Coast District, thence wesl v" chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east
SC chains, ihence south SO chains, to
i oint of commencement.
107.
Commencing at a point on Lach-
mach River near Ihe corner of lot 195
at the head of Work's Channel, Range
5. Coast District, thence 40 chains
west, ihence so chains Bouth, thenci
80 cbains east, thence se chains north.
thence 40 chains west to pi In! of com
uu ncement,
100.
Commencing  at   a   posl   I i   cliains
eas- of the river al  the north line of
thi   Indian  Reserve,  al   the mouth of
lhi   Encl es-hese River  on  the  north
>i' ���    of   Work's     Channel,   Range  5,
Coasl District, thence so chains north.
tin ace  sn     cliains     west,   thence    so
chains  south,  thence  v"  chains   "as4
'.   . ��� int  ol i ommencement,
108.
Commencing at a post on ihe south
side of Fordcrago River, about a mih
and a half up from its mouth   then
south CO chains, them e east 80 ��� h   ���.
thei   ������ nor h  SO ''bains,  them ���    wi st
50   il e.ins   Ihence south 40 ch ilns ie.
point   nf commencement.     The above
Iver  e mpties Into  the noi th  arm  of
Wi rk';  '" innell, Flange "   Ci   st Dis
trict, al .' nl  a   mile and n   ��� it]
v esl   e     the  bene]  of the  north  ai m,
coming in from the east.
109.
I: ginning at  a   post   on  the   sl
the    ip]   ,   ��� nd   of  the  nortii arm
ot   Work's CTiannell,   Range   5,  Coasl
District, al oul 20 chains south < f the
:. " ith   of   Snow   Creek,   then asl
160   . hail -.   thence   north   I" i hains,
thence wesl   160 chains, the m i   ���
40 chains to poinl  of ci mi u nee ne ni
110.
Commencing  at   a   po t     lanted   ai
the mouth of Ford Creek, on IJ e m     i
ho '   of  Work's Channel)!   Rang ���  ".
Ci asl Distric    thence SO .- ialn   nortl
llu rn ������  ������'!  ��� ' aln '    e a-i.    them e    so
itht  more or less    o
���'.'������ rly along sbo: ������ to  ;. lnl
��� : nn ��� ��� ��� ������ ' nt,
S.   II.   FORD,
l".  11. CRAGO,
March 21, 1907,
Coast  Districi
NOTICE.
N'OTICE  IS   HEREBY  GIVEN   ll
thirty   iia 's   nfter   date   I   int. ml to
; tlon    io    iii"    Hon,  ���  i
'   lie     '   ui   m    ioner   of    Lands    nn I
Woi,    for pi   n.' jsion to cul i nd ��� i
:      wa       mber from    the    foi ov.   ���
de   rlbed  lands,  Bitualed   nl   Hoi   nil
-'   ���' I, N'ew V\' stminster lb trie!:
1.���Commencing at a stake 40 chain's
easi oi' small bay al the head of Hoth-
am Sound; thence nortii sn chains;
He nee we.-: _0 chains; thence south
so (hains; thence easl su chains to
poinl ot commeni ement.
2.���Commencing al a slake al the
in nii-oast comer of ''laim Xe . l ;
thence north su cliains; thence wesi
"i cbains: thence smith mi cliains;
thence e as, n chains to poinl ol' com'-
nu ncement.
". Comnv ncing at a post 40 chains
wesi or the nortii east corner oi Claim
Xo. :.': thence north so chaini ; thenci
wei' sn chains; thence Bouth so
chains; thence east 80 chains lo point
of commenci ment.
Kitsumgallum  Rlvei
Range 3:
Claim Xo. l.���Commencing at a posi
planted 2.". miles up from the mouth ol
Kitsumgallum River,on ibe west bank
of Kitsumgallum Lake, running as follows: SO cliains wesl; 40 chains
south: 40 chains wesi; SO chains
norlh; 120 chains east; ami 1" chains
south to point of commencement.
claim No. 2.���Commencing at a post
planted about 23 miles up from ihe
mouth oi ihe above river, on ibe easl
bank of ibe Kitsumgallum Lain ;
ihence so chains east; 40 chains
south; -to chains wesl; So chains
south, more or less, to ibe river; then
northerly along 'be river to 'be | oinl
o.  commencement,
Ciaim No. 3.���Commencing al a post
[planted at ihe south-wesl corner of
T. I.. 7942; thence 40 chains eas;; so
chains south; I" cbains easl; SO
cbnins south; 40 chains west, more or
less, io ibe Kitsumgallum River;
ii., nee northerly along ibe river to
tli    point of commencement.
Claim No. 4.���Commencing at a posl
planted aboul 16 miles up from the
mouth of the Kitsumgallum River, uu
tin- easl bank; thence 10   ' east;
in.i chains    south;     10  chains   wesi
more or  less,  to ibe    river;     thi in e
noi hei I ���  a "ic lhe river to l��'ie      In
���m' commencement,
claim No. ���'.    Commi ncing i :       o
planti I  .. "  m   io miles  up    from thi
mouth "! Ci" aboi    river, on 'In   . ���
bank;     thence    i - ��� halns   wi I ���
i hains s ml h :  Ml i Iiains i ast, n    or
. to  the  river;    thi ni e
..    ��� ���   the  rivi r to the ] of con
m   ncement.
i 'laim Xo. C.   ' Commencing a; a pi   I
:.!��� ei  12 miles u|i from ib" mouth
of    iii"    river,    on    ibe  wesl   bank;
C'e nee 10 e iia.as ne- I ; I'i I n
outh; I" chains east; SO i hains
south; 60 i Iiains east, more or lei s,
to the river; thence northerly along
the river to the point of commencement.
('i.iiin \'e . 7. Commencing al a posl
planted about 10 cbains wesi of the
south-wesl come; of ihe old Kitsumgallum reserve; thence 160 chains
v. i sl: 40 cliains south; 160 chains
east: 10 chains noi th, to point of i ommi ncement.
i llaim No. s. ��� i lommencing al a post
planted on the north-wesl corner ol
T. 1.. 7a 15; thence 160 chains ve esl.
10 chains north; 160 chains east; 40
cliains south, to point ol commence
ment.
Claim No. 9. Commencing at apost
planted on the north-west corner ol
T. I.. 7945; thence 160 chains wesl;
10 chains south; 160 chains easl, tee
the west line of T 1.. 7945; thence
along ihe line' to point of commence
ment.
Claim Xo. 1".- Commencing at a
j.ost planted on ihe west line of T. 1..
7945, about 40 chains south of lln
in riii-west corner of 'P. I.. 7945;
ihence 160 cliains wesl: 40 chains
south; 160 chains east, to the line ol
T. L. 7945; thence along the line to
poinl   of commencement,
Claim N'o, 11.���Commencing al a
posl 1 lanted on the south-wesl corner
of T. L. Tat.".; thence running ll 0
chains west; I" chains noi th . 160
chains east, to lhe wi sl line of T. 1..
Tn 1.".; thence 40 chains si " a aloi
': ���   line to poinl  0   1 ommencement.
' '.iim Xo. 12.��� Commi ncing ai a
posl ; b.'itoel at 1 he soul h ea corner
of T, i. Ti'i.": thence running 160
chain :������!��� m in 1 hains south; 160
chain? easl ; 'be nee 10 chains north
to poinl "i ei- menci mi nt.
Located  February  1 1.   1907.
WILLIAM   MOODY.
FRANK   VANDALL,
Local
Pi : Frank Vandall,
March 22,  1907.
NOTICE.
NOTICE  Irf   HEREBY  GIVEN  thai
��� '������ ��� daj - after dal ��� 1   ���;   ml to apply
:.'   tb"   Heme,ii".ible  <",,b      e llssioti
ei  of Land- an ! Work- Mir pel mi    Ion
to  pm  base the  follov Ing    de 1   Inert
lands,   sit late I   on   whal
���iirt lie    and    South    Dun las    1
id,i.L" 5, ('mus:   DIstrl '
Co..MM":,cin:: al   a   po I     abi 111   one-
f mile 1     ��� oi the 1 ��� . ! of Duck Inlet  . ��������� the   no: 'I,    side   of   Mi"   inli 1,
ed S. H.  Im;    'mi..    100 i hains
h;   tl ie B0 e li iins east;   thence
si  itb   to    aid    Inli t;    thence    south-
���a 'mm    , an ! westerlj a''.', ��� Mi
1 '   '   ""i.inie ncement,
S.  II   FORD,
F. II   CRAGO,
Loca
Mai  '1 2'.. 1907
NOTICE.
X. iTI m:  is   HEREBY  GIVEN  thai
���  ��� ill ler date 1 Inti nil to a]
to lhe Honourable Chlel Commission-
e   ol Lan 13 and Woi..   for pei mission
iirchase Lhe    following  described '
nds, lu ited on whal i < ailed Midland South Dundas Islan I, Range .".
Coasi District:
Commencing at _ posl planted al
��� he head of Swan Inlet; thence Bouth
100 1 bains: thence easi so cliains:
i in nei noi th to shore; thi nee westerlj ; :. ] north-westerly along the shore
to poinl of commencement.
F, l!. CRAGO.
March 23, 1907,
LAND  PURCHASE   NOTICE.
shore line 20 chains , j^l J
]>oint  or   commenci ,'"���'.  I
40  acres,   more  or ''-   ^|
DATED this  19th
3907. '    I
The   Mclaughlin
LTD.
By c. R. Mc.Laugl .     ,,
��� �����. ii
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS  HER]mm.      .-,
30 days after date,  1   -
to   the   Hon.   Chiel
Lamls and Works, 1
to cut anil carry au a
I
to
-amis  and   Works,  f,
I
1
following describe I
follows:
1.   1 lommi ncing
on   i Im iiaii'io    Islan I,
11 ict, al  lhe southwi  1
tion 6; ihence north Su
east so chains; thi n
thence west so chaii
mencement.
:'.    Commencing   il
���   '   northwesl
thence eai 1   80   1
��� 1 hain  ;   iie :
��� 11 11      north   - 1
��� ncement,
��� 'ommi ncing
��� ih    northwi -1
���   ���   north
��� . I ains;   ' hi ni1
then ���   svesl v 1  .
in. :. ��� mi nt.
.1.   R.   \
i: hn Carlson, Loci t< r.
Land Registry Aci,
Re  Subdivision   S
:     11 ban  Block  7. Net
1 '.���..    Whereas   proof
Certificate   of   Title   Km
Issued in the name of Gi    el
has bei n died In this 1 B
Notice is hereby givei
at the expiration of 1 ni
the date of the Brst 1
ol   Issue a duplli ate ol   he 1
flcate,  unless in the  mi  di _
objection be made to mi
C. S. K.1 IT]
District Regi tn    ofl
Land   Registry   Offii e,   v ..  V,
ster, B. C, March 13, 1901
<fS
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SYNOPSIS   OF    CANADIAN   H
STEAD   REGULATION'S.
_���_
���������'J
Anj available Don In
In the Railway Bi : In Bril
bia,   II. ;>'   I'M   ben       ������   '   '   .
son v, ho i- the .-.'.���   hi
or any male over 18 yi
;he ��� Mem of   oni     iarti
160 aci es, more 1 .
Entry must  be  madi :
tbe Jocal land offii e for
which the land Is sltuati,
The homesteader Is reqti ���
form the condition-   coi
with under one of the fo
(1)    Al leasl six montl
ii|,on and   cultivai lon ol   '
each year for thn 1  years.
ci    I; ib.. father (or n
mm. , ;- |s deceasi d), ol thi
e   re sides upon a   ... m .
0. i he land enten d for,
; ���       ..   to re Uh m ���   m
' . '   ll     pi :   nn . :
fa 1 lu    or m ither.
1   '    If the si ti        ,,,
��� nl residence upon farn li
ed b.\ blm In the 1 .ini:.
sti   d,   the   requii ��� menl
di ;. " may be   _nti   led
ui -ui the sai,1 km.1
Six months' notice In ��
la- given to Hi"   CommlBsli n
minion Lands at Ottawa ol
to apply for pati nt,
1 loal lands maj  I e purchasi
per acre for sofl coal and $"
tbrae Ite,      Nol   more 'ban
i an be acquired by one Indlvi
company,    Roj altj  al  the rati
'���' nts per ton of 2,000 pounds >
ci ii' cted mi 1 he cross output.
W. \V. COR1
Deputy of Lhe Minister of
terior,
N. I!.���Unauthorized   publico' :,;���
this   advertisement   will nol
for.
*i
i
!?_
.March 21st,   Illll?
IENRY GROSE,
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
-1 days after date I Intend to apply to
tne Hi n.Chh f C01 imlssioner of Lands
and Works ;. r 1 peel I lie ��� nse Lo cul
and carry away lln 11 r rom the following th scribi l lan I    :  ial   1 al tl
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
ixty days after date we Intend to
apply to the Honorable lhe chlel
Commissioner of Lands and Works!
for 1 ei mission to purclia -���- I iie following Irani of land situated In Coasl
District, for a Mill Site. Commencing al a posl planted on s hore of bay
���-M   E3,   Arm   Huaskin   Laki.   aboul   S. I
W.  coriier t.  L.  Xo.    6943;    thence I railfoad  (n  the   world that. W
South   10   chains;    Wesl    ."1 chains;
South 10 chains, more or less to X  B , .
, ,. ...      .   ��� _ own  and  operate  their own    ",|
shore 01  lurnbiiii eve; thence w-s!   and dining cars on alll their tram J
��� 20 chains;   North  10  givi  their   patrons   an  excelle""?
East   5    chains;    North    10  service not obtainable elsewhei
"The Milwaukee!
"The Pione-r Limited" St. P3"1
Chicago, "Short Line" Omai��
Chicago, "South West L"11"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   thc   service en
equipment that of the Chicago^
waukee  &  St.   Paul   Railway.
with   shore'
chains;
(bains,   more  or
Huaskin    Lake;
lei s, io    Bhore    of
thence   Easl    with
IT. S. ROWE. Genera
! M
134 Third St.. cor Alder.
! ortla�� ESDAY, APRIL 17. 19C
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A CAT S  LYES.
:
Real Estate
Agents
Financial
Agents
Insurance
Agents
Investment
Brokers
SIMMER'S
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SEEDS
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Telephone Telephone Telephone Telephone
333
333
333
333
. i
- -" 11
su
bject
to
10     mon
ths
EM       F
ne
residence
for   sale
on
1   Street.
come:
Fou
rth  Avenue.
_nd d
loc
ation.
now
rerted
for
CO . e r
rr
o n t h;
lease
can be
ex-
ted   if
purchass
r  so
desires.
.A
c payi
ng
in v es!
���nent
.  .Terms to
. ���  .ing
ed.
1
Ir houses
to
rent.
One on
12th
:;   one on
F
3 u rt h
avenue:
one
jnes stree
or.e on 13th st
eet.
.   it once.
1
re;
D THIS
Splen
did
Farm
.    10   cnains   water-
front
on
the North Arm
of the Fr.v
ser R
eve
r. adjo
ning the
well-knov.n
Mead
s
estate
No.      '
55.        Fifty
acres
a
I   under cultiva
tion.       One
of the
b
:st bar
gains to
ie obtained
.n the d
strict.
For exc
luseve sale.
Price
$10,500:
$3,500 ca
sh. balance
in 6,
12
and 18
months
at    6   per
cent.
Full-
S1Z
ed I
ot N
>. S,
be-
two en
lit
h &
Tth
Ave
. on
4th St.
. V.
est
side.
Se
.00,
half ca
sh,
bal
in 6
mos
One
icre in
block
9
be
tween
18th
and 1^'
h
st.
on Sth
Ave.
Price
$'
ioO,
L-3cas
i. bal.
easy.
MIX ID and SEPARATE
alitegrau
White Clover
h IOW9T Seeds
\ 'etietublelSeeiis
fresh and Reliable
NEW   properties Large  lol   .eai   two cottages oa Co
N'u .-'..:���������.        ,-��� .   n eatli  ; nubia street, Sapperton.   Both rented
> ��� ��� m i    .sues  s     _i j io each.
" ���     $;.0C0;   ���      s 4 cash,   lalauce      One and   me-hall sto use aud
��� an I 6 months at 7     . full   size     it,  sil nal ������ i   nori h side  o(
No    ���  ���     S-roumed   House,   wl   ;   bath   K    a   ineuue nnd corner of McKlnula
,  etc.:   Agnes   Sm     $2,500:   ;.-   ���    .-    .   ��� rooms;   bath room, hoi and
I   w atei.    '.,'-''���.   woo I she I.  j mm.
fruil   ti ee ���     -' ree I.-  on   three
Lot fai S ieen Qui i
rd Ave.,   econd 1        om Queen'
' ei        52x122  feet; ali cleat'        am 111).-���,   oome I    i; ' ;-.      I ;   ' - i
e lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue
. lot from Eighth street. $1,050
i ale exclusively.
Prii       $1,000: nn.   A ;ne_   9      $3,000;    ��� _���   cash,
.... nee easy at 7 ..'.:. ind ti i it 7
More  exclusive   propert.es   just   listed    x
line   view      Price   $LS00   J:
'
nu
HOUSE and  LOT
y .-��� ��� i'.y   locate I  in  ;i commmaudiu.
ial lon:   Thir 1   ...\ euuo,   nl    foot   of
' mm- ��� ; ' -.:.-c | lot, ;'n i ! ii  from cor
with us for sale. "     i   $2,500:   '_   ner.   II !i  street   aud  Sth   avenue,  lol
.     .mm.    Kno.N  cl       li, Sap > is           nice   ' an    ll ii    ���   .���.   7           Gti \lli feet   $250 cash.
.-...���       ������      m   easl   si ;.. Golunil   i   Streel   on !���-..    ���;   ' abovi    fou         e.ieri les  a
eizeJ low                                        car line.    $300 cash. :      |f, ...
'������''.     "," ' lots  south side o    Sixth    .ven   ���;
; Bejod stable; on A_                     ,.   ,                                  .,.,     .     , .tsei.
impi . .:   ' ���-   verj   light clearing;   6o���l1_4  feet i
.... iiall  .- sli,  balance easy;   u   Sub. Block I".   $1050 cash. Ii slreet,     I wo aud one half-storej
client I--"-.  ������                                  1 lots ou Fifth Street,  11, 12, 1:5, I i. HlocU  7.   Loi   G,  2 su      visions     in    |     ....     Teu rooms (rocenth   papered)
"'  '���"���          '  ' '��� x;"'  ,i;"'    Sub,   15, S.   Blk.   !::.      $350 each, half ning  from  .tli       ���   i  Sl     Ith    ml  5th    ���      ..    ���,.,,   ���,.,.,,.,,.,.���',  '   ,,,..    ,��� ,
|   md cold ��   ter: flush closet:   .. .;,   ,,..,,,, ,,,...;._.,-   - ,                                                                      '    "    ���' ��� ���'  coineuieiues,     not    and
Vve-:  ",!"    ''   '���" '���'���'���'���������   ::       $8C0 M:'   i ild   water,   bath,   Hush   closet,   lava
���'������  I' -    5:';0�� ,,,:' "'���'   '" ' .   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lol
���^}i                                                               ,   ise ion's for $25 ''���'.-'    on Vancouver road, corner   ..xl:i_, with lane In rear;  pari of lot
House,  r* rooms, with ,,u mod-  " il"r ���";":   *xish   close,s   ;'".!   nlJ '"m1' ��   <;i:ll'>   ''"ad.    $225    ��� i   acre.    Acre    sei  oul  with fruil lives.    Price $2,750.
���""im-.  size  of  _n i.        i0x  nected    with    sewers        'rice $_._C0. ,       ,���      f   ,    ,   ,,       , $   -  balance arranited
.i lot fron   titli si   on  tth A ���    Cash $2.0 ���'.    balance in 6, 12 and  l1" '   ���m"1--"1
-i'i".  ioo  feel  on avenue.    14J   months al 7 '.. L'N   acres   on    Mar.i   road,   Burnaby.      2 lots, 20, 21;   N'o. 20, $170; No   21,
nceoSndt            ,'-    cent "              50 acre:   al  Porl '..���    - al G.N.R. sta $160 un acre    POH     \   FEW     DAYS   (corner)   $175.     Durham   and   Second
nf sub. i!>. Township in         ,. tion;     1M> storey house. IH x 28 feet; 0NLY.    One-quarter cash,   balance   1   sire,.is
���rice  .15 per acre; terms.$1  mo      "I  'pring; SO young ri*n:   trees; new
The  (liliii'.f   DU..  ...,,1   lli,-lr   l_r   r\m
:\    llwer    ln.ll.   i|t,r
riic _r��i   Em .   Iho
use at n ��� ������:   is   .  i  :��� ��� Indicator w.is
M   Hue, who n     .       ice    Idas.
c   '     ' .     -      ev he wn_ In m.m',1 Int.
the ng sterj
M Hm. MM.i .-, partj .. frieu is >,-;
oul to \ islt h i tiiueso i lirtsUan tula
s       settlement ��un_n_   the pennantrj
Thej moi a youn. china ...i _u th* Toronto Parks Lawn Grass
tviul. and to test ins lnt.l!l_T>noo thej
iis_,vi him If h_ , .mid tell them t'.io
time The native looked up at the ��_jr,
luit the clouds hid the sun from view,
ntiil he couldn't read an. auawer thor.
Suddenlj' he dnrted awaj t.' a fnnn
and returned lu a few momenta with a
eat lu his arms   Pushing nn its eyelids
With  Ins  hniid.  be told   Hue t>> 1,*>U  nt
them,  nt the same tune  volunteering
Uie inrormation that it waa noi noou Spraying Materials
je't     While  tbej  we're put_lln_  over " /�����__���       n-
the ease Uie twj  went about bis luisl (.starting Wax. Etc
Ile'ss
when the party reaohetl the villagv.
thej iiskinl Um' ctiristinn converts if
Uiej could tell the time hj a cat'a eyes
and   ii"��   ii   ^vMs done     Immediately   . , ,
there waa a wild hunt, aud all the oats   ''m..  Spectacle,   anu   Seed   Sloro
obtainable lu  the nelshborhinxl  were
brulUthl  I'eiove them
The i 'hluese |i i nted oul that the pu
plls of a e.ifs eves were Rradnallj uar
row er uie to l_ noon, w hen they be
came scarcely perceptible lim-s drawn
perpendlctilarlj ncross the eye, and
after that dilation recommenced Hue
examined the eyes of several .-nis and
verltled What the Chinese had told
blm    i 'ble':i_,i i 'hroiilcle.
CURTIS'
MMi.M"" yyyyy, **��._i.��c��ee����.��,
-   -i"" cash, bal-      2  honses  corner ol     Merrival    and
1 '   -  it 7 per cent   H Agnes;   full  sized I"':    citj   block 31,
n   ... ing   ' niii;   chicken   h 'Mse- an I
ind 2 i ears er
ib. Township i::; some timber:   ii  ble:     iboul     12  acres  cleared and       Six   and   one   hall   acres,   one   aero
ns   aloi i
It.   (1     p. ���   acre;  ;��� rms Sl.uu
nee in three   equal payments.
"M   ;''���"���'.:���, '"    fenced.    Prii e $2,300,  on  en
'I'lllS
O    >2 000 ensl:
���k   4.   Rie bmond   St.,   S ippe i -
. ,   res '._ section 11, N, ;-.. of E  V_
��� leared  rea !j   for pi lining:   l  1 -_' ac-
: ��� ���   pari ij   cleai - i.    House
per lot.
of Tn. 2, about M miles from bridge off   14x24;   .torev   and   Imi!''.
(i Lots facing Columbia
street. Sapperton. $1,000,
half  cash,   bal.  on  easy
terms.
2
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8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
6th and Tth St., with one
|_cre of land, containing
\%%it trees, outbuildings,
pies, &c.; an exception-
��� cheap bargain. Price
ilO. $2,500 cash, balance
1 year at 7 per cent.
r.inniv
'  barn;
'm?>_'8< ..:.',..���'       ' Mini In..- :;������'     :i  '. ,   -ii'road, Surrey;    liouse   18x26,   chicken  house;   fruit  trees and straw-
Jttfce    -Mi':: ' "i       'io. :   ������    ..;,, '���:-.:: rooms finished, an-   [,em   niants'   11700   half cash    bal-
���Cros.-   ���   mm  ��� ,, im        mu ii:..'.   $1000. oilier :: i an be n I I ��� I upstairs: small '   ' ,,'    '   ���
1700 c  -:.. : ick;   l':   icres  clean I and seeded   ::'"' !" three Montlls at  ' l"'1' oe"1-        one hundred and sixtj  acres V W,
with il" ���". rei;  fai      easily  cleared.      This is a valuable holding-, and near   y   sc     16   Township   11   two mile's
?"�����n    ;"'! .   , ;'   ' ,m;!1-,     ''";'':  :' !1"% '������>"��� ca" ant1 brinS th'sartver-   trom  Fori   Langley,  6   acres (Hashed
.1.200;.   terms  null  cash,  balance   12   ,;,,���,,,,,,   .,:i,   . ,.,   r,,. ,-,,,.,i, i
months at 7  ',. tisemenl   ��lih   >ou   foi   furthei   parti-   \0.  | |and      Price. $10 per acre. One
l  full sized lol    :. St. Patrick's St.,  ri;,'"'s third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent,
north  siele. between John  McKenzle's      17 lots, full sized on Gth street, In   Interest.
and  Glover'a house.    Price. $475. half   Burnaby,   East   side   100   yards  trom      One hundred and sixty acres   N w
cash, balance in G months al 7 ';.        ,,.,,-   ,.  ���   ,-            ,,,.,      t, no. ,,     ���       ���_   ���, ,
Clin  tan   factorj.     Price  $1,020. '-.,     Sec, 25, Township   16,  2V_   miles
Full sized Im   No.  12 tm  Royal Ave. .
j an,]   ,;,  si     I'vie-o $.1050,    half cash,      60 acres good fruit land In Surrey; rrom      Abbotsford,    creek      running
tiulance al 7 '���  per annum. can be bought   now   I m   $25  ;>or acre, through,  BO  acres  alder bottom, Bald
Westerly  I.  ll  of 63, Sub, Block 5, onlj one-quarter cash needed, balance ti'   '"'   S^"1  worth   of   timber  on  fhe
,'""v! ;-  l'"'l"'r ',"" tee' square;    two ... ,,m. ,,,. ,u,, .���.,.., a| -        (.t,li; property.    Price $10 per acre, ' , cash,
nouses drawing $2S per nionib.    Price .   ,
$5,000, half cash, balance in 6 and  12      Is" acres, Maple  Ridge, Sections 2S, balance on Urae.
months. 29 and 32, Townshl i 9, one-half pral-      Ten :"'"'s '" '���"'  l,;:;' ""*' m"e '':|s|
_  ,,-,'"'" "n  ,',:imr;s_-;' ���    x"-  " i1"'1   rie, ;������-;  brush and some small trees.  of Westminster Junction, Al soil, eas
: -"'"'"��� "���'      12, between 6th and  rth Aviv, two lots   .   . . ..-.,. ,       ih- ,.i.,,,-,.,     *-_i  ,.,���
lission Junction.   Jusi   al  the     ,.;l  ,,.,,   s,   ,,,,  soutll    slde       ,>,.,.,.  Prices: Se tion 32, $-4. per acre; Sec-  "���   ' " "' '���   *JU '" '  ���" ���
''  Nl ": ,:'    ������ ':i lin-- about tli ���   Nc,  11  S210. half cash, balance G mos.   lion 29, $50 per acre; Section 28, $55      Double tenement  house, 5 rooms In
:"'-,-:> :'   '���' c,ear; :' !::!l",   at 7 '. ;    No,  12, cleared,    $315. half  ,,., acre,    Telephone   al    Haiiimond;   each I.'.use. water, light, full sl/,. lot,
ion;    l-i 'en,   houi -.   barn   an I ;  . ... ,; ,,,.,.. a1 7
ml   in     iei ������ oi chard, beai
rees.    Pi Ic ��� $1
(or $1,233 cash;.    .::- pe    n .  , ., a, -       years ai . percent,   lixclusive agencv.  ��i.ou-. nan c ������..,.. ,
balance G  ind  12 month .    ':    s, , e;ldl . .. 0ne , (]       ^ |q|   ,   . , .,    ., g[orej   Dj ,; :���., ,,���
��� i  Sect! i'i     ...   N   i:    ' ... : ���       el .   .   S I-'    i,   ...   :'-,-'   m    .' ���'     \ J
,,,,..       ,-.   - . ...    i    . ���    .'  house;  i  roon -:  flu h clu e   u
unch ilmin     ...  ���'    r1 acres     r      ������������.���...��� ���  eek
ikli                   il; a mile from . mning through;     md roal; une mih " mo le ';l i:::   ' '''  nents; iiom li ���
nd; sandle road and new road, north   of   We ster's corner;     shingle $3,000,   '_  cash,  '_.  In G  months er   7
corner of streel  between Sth mill and P.O. at the _  st corner; Urn- ,,,,-...,      Good slz   I stable and fruil
' Ave                 sm. si.l ' 2nd ���' worth $7 per   cre   cetla   and fir;                s           b         .
,.,l to one .ee  ".  partlj  ch in :  ":i!' "    fronl    Porl    h"-    .      ' llp���' ���    .
alf cash.       \      lendid    oppor- J2 :oo:  ternu   $1,1  D cash    ia   nei   ar- ��'
in acres land Ni ����� \\ estmlnster, Uol
1 " ��� 2-storej   house, bath roon g   ,,.     ,,4| Surl.Py.    :;  mli, 3 f, ,���.,    !
AN  ODD WAGEH.
The    rei-nlliir    Dot    n    len-lun    l-rln.-.
i -.oi  und   Wtui  iu  p_rl_,
Gambling has alwaya Imm>ii n favor
Ite oceuptitlon  for tho  sons of royal
house's, bul none of them probably
bus over exhibited so much wil ami
Ingenuity In his betting na a foreign
prince' dill nt ins stay iii Parts,
lie Inlel a heavj  wager with a men:
t>er of the Imperial club "f tha Freuch
capital     Unit     wilhin     two    hours     he
would i"' arrested by the pollen with
enn   committing  any   oCfonso  en-   pro
VOklllR   tho   olllee-rs   of   Ibe   |nw   lu   nny
fashion     Accordingly,   baring  clothed
blmaelf In rags of tho mosl dlareputa
bio appearance, ho walked Into one of.
lln-   iiio-i   nrlatocratlc   restnuranta   In
tho city Mini " : i ie .-ni> of eiio. ,1
late. Tho wa I ;'u. i>d Id uir\ e' hlm
unless he sh ed ei donee Hint be
could pay, i' prln ������ al one. ilrow
a roll of bank notes from h i potltot
and offered ono of largo donnuilnatlon
tei iim astonished attendant    Tho Int
ter toieU  the' bill and curried  It lit 01100
tei tiie proprietor, whei sent for tho
police, lu tho inoaiitlmo allowing bis
strange guesl to bo son od
As  siMiu  ns  ihe  authorities arrived
tbey arrostod the' Incognito sun of roy
altj   and took him to tbe noaroat sin
tlOll,   whole   nl'   course'   1)0   Wns   I'ololl cl
after bo hud illaclosod tho facta of the
iiiT.iir.   Ni'\\   Vork Tribune
RENNIE'S
SEEDS
NOW IN
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   SIOI.I
BLACKSMITHING.
I'lnvlug boughl oul  the tjlttcltanill.ti
lug businosi nf it   it. lieu mn, i wIII
h,    pleUHOd   lO   108   nil   bl''  Old   CU 'l"in
eee, at we'll an now emen    Hora.thot
iii(j I nprcl.ilty.
M.   M.   KNUTSON,
Elyhtb   Stront
telegraph   station,   Pill   River  Bridge,   between    PI rat   and    Second    street,
1,350. on easy   ,  : gjj6,^8s.^TSoii.^PHce $1700;   'l'e'-ms, half cash, balance oi nd two   Fourth avenue, on  north side.    Pric
*;i- per ai   -. ,. _.. '/." ,1; | i..^., |n  . .,,..,,;. '��� -       years al 7 per cent.   Exclusive agency.  51.500, half en-':, balance i ie yeai
��� a uitii ���  i   :
:.  -- ',   :_'.   Timber,   Ir, ce
ind   .  ler,   Good soil; good roa Is
sed lot, 60x100  i'/r!dgeT" Price $100;   ' $200 'cash."bai-   Ap h   for  full    larticulars.
ated Gth S     e, twee n   1th and  . ,,, . . ,,.,  . .,,   -  .   .    ��� ,,, the T(l;���.
on west side.     Price $2,300, 	
nl nice in ii nn n hi  al V
o.    and   m ||  -,i   nue
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
��� and we can supply.
I iin an es   nl   le need, ron Ij   for cui
; " "''!l     ��� ath n,   son i  �� 'i '!', h ilf  mile  fron
'���>::���::���':���:��::���:'���;>':���';���'.:���..���"���"������'���'���'>:;���;>::���::���; '��>::���;:���::���:>::�����::���..���>;:*.
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Gentlemen:
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ill)   hous" b        'Mi.   pant I ' ! '' I    ol,   ll   Chiiliwack,  $75   per  nor..
i in Sui  uiry; 0 chains water on 11 t'i St.   betw   n Queen's oi :   In    le loi    .200 each.    Price      Eiuht-roomcd    house     all    inodorn
12  acres   cleared;     S-roomed   Vvenue. ,      $950, cash,    Single   lots at casi
land    la   ered; wood shed,      lai      upper side of 1th Ave. and 2 '   -���   nleneca, on Carnui  strootund
a  barn nit trees of all lois wesl   if Gth Sl lu ���' '       !' ' ��� ��� in n       el .-��� ien   Sixth    Iroet, two storeys, $3,7.r.o.
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| Spring Shoes
I Are Here
M   .
53.0i.3.    Terms cne third     mi
i> und  1 - monl
4
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���   -i   y.
le .   '11
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.     I' li.. $245,
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lee 9, township _.    I. 11
1x21    ��� ��� i1 '   0
..'���...      ree  .    .2
' leare :,   ;     1 ire     nn ler
tion and I     cros        '���   :
$20 pee- acre,  ' '��� cash, bat-
���   In 12 m ml hs  it 7','
1 rull   I; ������ : ,'.   ; icli 11. lol 11.
Pal ricl ' 1    Square:       Price
lot, .",.-,'_.x|e'.ii.  'i 1 nl h Bl    .
Queen's n\ enue,    Price $4. J.
'.: 10 .   ih, balance ti . 11
��� iit.
hi    connoctl uis
111 .   :  nil    hard.    Price
_2..">O0   en  I .   balance   '���     n
I'    lin    'nn
$300 cai h,  '
:   1:12   ���.
it. 10
ed;
"'��� I   K 'u''->   in ''"���' Ii     2 1"mi. full ..' o I, i:i_xi:i', 1 orner ...
Price $2,500. I I.e.- I ent;   7-1 nonie I   li '.    Price
,:0.50C,  ! .  casb,  balance  6,   12 and   IH
��� ���'    ������.  .  '    mn .    niii. Tn ih
11  .   l.tl'S.
���   '��� : '": '   '���'���  " ' '   ���       [Hoc!    12 on   12th  St., ensl    I le;   Id
Uh   ��������� ��� im"    un 1    linl   full 1 :,���' 1 hn .    |>r|i _ $2,500, one third
1   ,. 1   t : :.. .,1      1 ',   .     h, bal. 6, 12 and 18 montha
so   in 11 fruil   lands,   near
'.':.' Ion  $20 per acra
Hon ie,   mn   . -,,'��� i   lot,   on   Im in
��� ,- c    .i.ipperton;   n its  for  |10  pai
POUR   ACRES    MURCHIE   ROAD,  |        ,;|   !      ""'     11.050.
BURNABY.   $150 PER ACRE. Iltmse.    10   re is,   IV_    l"''.   near I
 Pourth   avenue   and   Sevetlth   Btreet,
; " lots. 1 orner   :  I   $_,cod.   Terras cnn be arrange 1
��� '   an ' '���"���'.i *i >.':������     an I      | r_.il]   l��'e 1 No      I etween   Sevi nth
lichen,    Prlci   $1,500, one-third cash,   ,vennB    and  Hamilton street, east  of
Imi. i  ;    . 12 months a! 7 per cent.        |-, hth street; all cleared and fenced;
''   '       "'   1  ro.ims    und    ivoodshcO 1 lui'Ke barn on one of th"e lots,' $1,500,
i         '���    :     I   l"'    ikm: '.   on   Ind   lnl .,..,,
,,   mth ki.,   ivchi 'i.i . hall ca h,   b il nice one yonr al  1 pes
���I     ��� ��� .���    i' nn '��� n.   ink   md r .��� ... ...
~~~~ , , ,       ' Price tern        I h,   ,lfi
:"_,   storey   house,   10  rooms,   aiBo               ,         ,,..,,. ,, ,.���             ,,.,- j 1 ,.1 ; on   Twelfth   street, bolwoun
modern    Improvements;   lol    66x132;   ' q ,.,.,,���.. ,.,,. | Thliv] .nence: went side
-l"l       . ���        .   i I in I    Sm.    Bill :���' il"li.
of 1 1 ���    hop;    full Blze.    Price |3,B00
If !    '   ���    17 In Sum ���       ���  :i
10 acre 1 North ro id,    "i of a mile
from city llmltn on    Porl  Moody;    8
A Goor. Special
Five :in\'< on 10th A.ve.,
right across from ol I .'��� ������
irvoir, city !;mits. $1200.
Half casli, half in six
months.
House 24x24; 1 rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Barn 12x16. One acre
partly cleared. Land No.
1. Bal. ea dlv cleared.
W
,-'. i. you to fall ami Bee I he
I ati sl in Footwear, aa shown
in New Vork, Boston and all
ol Iut eastern cil ies.
.... al back; pari of lol Bel oul with
' ;��� trees and nice lawn. Price
. 12.7Z0. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and 12
.       nths al 7 percent.
i Snap in Lots. ,,. i     i lino, half   acres     under     cultivation;     7 renin.'���'!
Vacant lots for sale In all parts of j  , ;;V    .;',:  ' '    house;  frame  barn;    chicken  house,
barn   10x80:    fenced und In _ood    ������-
te    lOlli   md .-"    ViK.rew'
1 ., .-��� ���   m'    7th St.    an
���' rooms;  2 ful] sized  1 its, 66x   . ���,. cjtVi fT0W $25.00 to $3,t00
Ime
phaTi   ��f   a��91nn! '" ''.i~  ''":'      '' :! ���;i'''"1  '"' '" Sapperton, facing     James Inlet, three square miles, at  pair south side.     Price $4,500,   h
e .ice HO0O, $2, en ,, ..,.,,,  ...,.,.:    prjce $150 cash.       $e.oo per acre, half cnsii, balance easy, cash, bal. In 6 months at 7 per cent
Real  Estate Brokers
Agents ior Employers' Liability, and Unicn Fire Assurance Co. of London^
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[f you are nol wanl ing n pair jusi I
now, we will pul 1 hem aside f"r you. jj
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Remember,  there is  no foot too ���
larjre and none too small Por ;.   to fit, j_
as we have just opened over $2,600 of a
the genuine SLATER SHOES, made on J
all lusts, Bize and patterns    - ;'' h is ;���:
Shoes you want, call on |
���,
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W. E. Sinclair i
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The Reliable Shoe Man   :
Columbia St., New Westminster I
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TIIE   DAILY   N EWS.
WEDNESDAY, APR
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We have just received another consignment of the celebrated Empire Ceylon
Tea. in one-pound packages, at 25c.
TRY   A   SAMPLE   PACKAGE
GEO.  ADAMS
Public Supply Stores "   p.oP
PACIFIC WHALING
ACTIVELY PURSUED
MANY VESSELS FOLLOW LEVIATHANS���SEALING SCHOONERS
ALSO   BUSY���MANY   SKINS.
Rooming House
...POR SALE...
Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Ltd
Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,   Maryland ��� Guaranteed
Victoria, April 16.���Coming from
lier lasl trip from the' Wesl Coasl fori
some liiii. the steamer Queen City
i tilled iniei purl yesterday morning.
This afternoon she will enter the dry
dock en Esquimalt, where she will be
thoroughly ovi rhauled and cleane i
preparatory to going on the northern
run.
Further news of whaling activity
along Hit1 cuiist conies tee hand. Wilhin the last few days the steam whaler
Orion has taken three whales, and the
Queen City saw one of-these being
towed lei ihe' landing stage. The goo I
weather prevailing during the last
v.- eli lias greatly helped the whalei
and preseni conditions sheew that tin
hunting throughout the summer will
be very good. The' planl is being en
larged al Sechart, and a number of
workmen were landed there by the.
Queen City.
In Clayoquot Sound the sealing
schooner Victoria was lying. She had
been hunting throughout the winter
and had taken 169 .-Kins. The. Carlotta
Cox, with some c.n skins <>n board, was
, lying at Hesquoit, where she was refitting before going north for further
hunting. A Japanese sealer in the
command of an Englishman, Captain
Thompson, was also at Hesquoit. Although she had been sealing fnr upwards of two months she had only
taken one skin.
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Polish Your Furniture
wiih Johnson's Prepared Wax. It pre-
serves and brin. s out natural beaut, of
the- wood, lt produces a rii-h. artistic
finish, io which dirt and dust will not
adhere. Just try it and you will see how
r_ue.'h better it is than any other polish.
Johnson's
Prepared Wax
is "A Complete Finish and Polish for All
Wood." Usp it on your floors und woodwork, too. Johnson's Powdered Wax is
for all danoin.   floors.
You can get Johnson's Iree book, The
Preiper Treatment for Kioeirs. Woodwork
and Furniture" and these preparations of
Anderson &
r Lusby
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ALSO
JOHNSON'S
Wood Dyes  and
Crack Fillers
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SPECIAL   LINES
...FROM   THE...
DRE55   GOODS
DEPARTMENT
The. demand for new Dress Goods  .-rows   greater  eve i ?i
thoughts may turn thai way, and   with   ' complete ,,
Novelties and the more staple cloths  we are In    g
satisfy  the demands of  Dress (1. oils'  custonn   i
NEW WELLINGTON COAL
MAYERS and PRESTON
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
CARPENTERS....
and Builders: Purchase your supplies from us.
Full stock of Tools, 5_c.,__c.
BRYSON   &   SONS
Hardware, Monarch Ranges       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
��     Agents for "ICLENO." ' _
���������������*�����������*��������������������������������������������������<> .��������������+���������������������������������������������������
Funeral of Arthur Baker.
The funeral of the late Arthur
Baker look place yesterday afternoon
from I). Murchie's parlors, followed
i. a lar. e number of the deceased's
man's friends and acquaintances, to
the Church of England c< meterj.
where the service for the departed
was read by the Rev. A, Shildrick.
The many floral tributes which covered the coffin were silent but eloquent testimonials of the respect and
esteem which Arthur Baker had com-
Handed during his twenty years' reside nee in N'i sv \Y< stminster. The pail-
| bearers were as follows: Mr. Brooke-
Smith, S, Xewington, W. Huntley. VV.
Phillips, .1. C. ('ornish. J. (I. Gamon
Among tne floral tributes were
vi reaths from F. Loci e, Mr. and Mrs.
Chappell, Messrs, White & Shiles. p.
Callins and foui other friends; floral
cros.-, s from E. A, Graeme, Mr, and
Mrs, Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Gamon.
Landing Scow st Chiiliwack
The  snag-pilller Samson  arrived   al
liillivi :..-���   week   with   the new
n ei::u .-������ iw, which will be a el cided
Idition to the    .hi] , ing  facilities  ol
thi   place.   The scow < an ies a freighl
22xt i ���>..- ;.,,,; Cl .. .... removed
poin to poinl as the water risi -
or f ills. !:; the al sence of a perman-
��� til e .-.'I sslble wh irl this h probabl;
the besl possi ele alti rn it ivi . for which
shippers and steamboat men will be
duly grateful.
Absolute Accuracy
in Dispensing
is   ct special feature here.
Your  doctor   knows   what
quantities and materials to
put   in  your   prescription.
Here you get exactly what
your doctor orders.    Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed  by scales
and measures   proved  accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest
to   have   your   prescriptions
filled by us.
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG  STORE
We. mention here' a few lin      of      eclal   inten
them:
White  Coating   nnd   Suiting   Ser-::.   per   yard   75;.   $1.( ���:��� ���
Plain   Amazon   Cloths.   In   shudi '. ���.      brown, grc
black   mii unspottable  cloth,   11        dc;  on
yard, $1.00.
44-Inch  Grey  Suitings,  pe        .     i -Cc. 75c and 85c.
54-inch Grey Suitings  in  stripes,   plain  oi   checks,    -. B5c, |
to $1.50.
All   Wool   Henriettas,  ol   B] ial   ...    e,  all  shades,  50c,   65c,  75c,
Checks and  Plaids:   a   largi    range   suii   ble foi  'Iii'
colors:  35c to 75c per yard.
W.S. COLLISTER &C.
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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New  Westminster
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JUST   OPENED   AT
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Montana.   Model   State.
Helena, April 16.���Following the i n-
a. ement of a law by the receml Stati
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FISHING
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Sporting   Goods
Toys, Dolls
FURNITURE
The Finest and Largi Stock of Furniture is to be seen al I
Our clearance sale is still on. Over $15,000 stock still te. go.
New goods arriving daily.   Latesl styles and best finishe
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE    EMPORIUM
716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four  Floors.      Rear Extens on,  Freer.;
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FANCY GOODS
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DO    YOU    WANT
A Good Home, Cheap?]
Six room.-, pantry, all nicely papered and
painted; house --storey; well situated on a
corner lot on Tenth St.; lot 66 x 132 ft; 1 -1
fruit trees; nice lawn; splendid view.
Price $ 1,750.   Terms can be arranged.
DOMINION TRUST COMPANY
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE-
INSURANT
217-219 Columbia St.
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Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every tiair-
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u. m. Half hourly cars will
run from Central Part: to
Vancouver only.
30 Minute Service during re- ��
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Sunday Service half-hourly tee- T
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which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
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St, George Sireet. two houses, S rooms; light; city water;
nice  gardens.       Price $2,000 each
Sixth Street, below Fourth  Avenue,   two modern bungalows   5 rooms, bath, pantry, etc; . ni<*��� lots, with lane ai
back.   Price  $2,000 each
Good terms can be arranged on the above properties.
Nanaimo Street, two cottages on full sized lot;    lol   all
cleared.   For cash sale $500
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Make your chickens lay by giving Ihem good fei
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LADIES bave you tried the Pasti    Flour made by the Eburm
Milling Company.   If not Telephone :;::;: and trj It; ibe   ���
obtained   are excellent.
McQUARRIE & CO.
FLOUR AND PEED MERCHANTS
FRONT STREET.
Telephone
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