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 VOLUME 2, NUMBER 37
NEW  WESTMINSTER, li. C, WEDKE8DA.Y MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1907,
CENTS 1TK \\ EEK
UNCE ALBER T OFFERS ������ ��F����     ~~    ��'*��* ��� watek MflS 7/?��L 5//0 w SCORES
FREE FUEL IS UTEST CLUE FOR FORTY DAYS
tezing Settlers Will Receive Dry Wood from Northern
City -If Blockade Occurs, Teams Will Haul Loads
Ninety Miles to Saskatoon-Two Thousand Farmers
To Be Assisted.
Pocketfccok   Found   in   Cell   Eeicngtd    Captain   Oldriev   Travels   1.600   Miles
to   a   Hobo���Arrested   Trio In   Novel   Manner���Narrow
Still   in   Jail. Escape From Drowning.
Hnci   Vlbert, Sask., Feb. 12 ��� Th�� . . -..   ..   |oading  ,..;,     . :   mak,ng
and most enthusiastic meeting ,     ngi nents to ship   . .      . ,  ;,,,
history ni' Prince  Albert   was . h soi n as   ;,.  trains can i .:
��� " i Ity ball last night to dls       Shoul I  anothei   bloi ... Cnr the
i.vs and  means ol  si ndini   n i riginal i lan ol haulinf . ... K\
' ���'''���   famine   sullen rs   In        cai  led out.    The disti uci    o s. ���
ithern  ; arts of Saskatchi ivan. ���.   . ...:...-,  ,,.;., . .
h :  committee   was   appolnti covered In three days.  From I
ill   [lower   :.'  acl   In  whati ve ., ���   .,.������    .. divided    .
���    ed best to them  without n stat   ns, I om which fm I will
or i ii mvenli nee to thi .   iut< I to th< nei :
M   was  proposed  to  h iso resolved to brins    hi
iii !i there is an nnlii    ��� . rrom   the   m   e  n ti
In   the  district,  bj   team    ti Prin ���   All 'rt,  where  thej        i
on and points south when  sul made comfortable until the w
. sists.    Learning tha is ther  si ts  in.     Provisl
pect of it train today the com- made for 2,000 or more.
line, F<      :.      :   .   discover;  of X< vi    Oi leans,    i .        12    (
a bunch of keys near the Roper home Charles W, O Iriei  yes!     laj   accom
this morning       Sherifl Williams maj i  Ished the feat  ol walking on watei
lish   a   strong   clue  In   th<   Ropei Cin   anati   to   New   Orleans,   a
SUCCESS
Closing Day of Valentine Fete Proves Eminently Satisfactory���All Attractions Provided by Ladies' Auxiliary
Are Well Patronized --Fortune Teller Discloses Important Secrets to Blushing Maidens.
��� ���
��� .  casi.    The sheriff made sev-
poi tarn   list   reries this mot n-
ng wl     . are the kej s,
��� '    i   kej s in the I
���  li      j  Miss Ropei   The
I nol  Intend to divulge tbe
n ii Blaine citizen san   th< m
���   si ssii n,   .ni.!   he I   ���
tght to be the keys
���   ������ ��� ������    -    . e, and there is no
��� -..ni  clue in the
lias    een a ld< d,     It   is  thought
111 SHIPPEH BRAIN IS REMOVED
HAS k GRIEVANCE       AND MAN STIEL EIVES
���way   Policy   Causes   Considerable    Strangest    Surgical    Case    Known
[Expense   to  Merchant   While Medical  Practitioners���Result
Sending   Hay   East. 0f  Accident.
lo
latter well worthy of the atten- Montreal, Feb. 11.��� By a suit which
: the Board of Trade bus devel- was brought unlay againsi  the Grand
la    mnection   with  the  actions Trunk Railway company, is brought to
in dealing with local lighi   one   of   the   strangest   surgical
R-,
per?,
. ��� rchanl   recently   bad   a
i ui   oi   hay  lying In  the
cases which  has yet  come under the
notice    iii   medical    practitioners    in
Montreal, and Involves ;i  man living
riot   which he   desired   without a portion of bis brain,
Ashcroft.     He applied toi    A. Jolicoeur was driving his bread
C        R. for cars to .send  to  Mud   waggon across  the  railway  tracks al
ended with the hay.    The   St, Henri, when he was struck by a
est was granted, but on the mat- Grand Trunk tender, and knocked un-
rought before the G. N. R.|conacious.     He wee  remove.I to the
nt, he refused to allow the j General hospital, where ii  was found
i's in be taken to the point | that his scull was badly crushed, and
���   was lying, and on the;1'- ''"��� ���'��� Shepherd and the other surgeons, after consultation, decided thai
the   only   possible  way   to  sine   the
man's life,  was to remove a portion
ol the brain.    The delicate operation
was successful, and Jolicoeur, who is
twenty-four years of age, Is enjoying
g I healti.   but   his  mind   is by  no
means strong.
Tl rough a judicial adviser, be has
taken action againsi the railway com-
an   for $10,500.
��� If t      keys   lo not belong to the
rea-; R ouse. the pei sons who   on m :
ls    ueen   ted     ��� ...     :....  droi ;������ .       m
A:   ai      a ���   the   sherifl  is  guarding
��� eys loseh and is new al work
: ' traci   the i wnership.
���   ''ii. the ol I. black, worn-
' "'   I ���'    '  boi .  allegi ,i to have  bi I p
'���        a i      In the Blaine jail was
viewed    . si reral and each emphasiz- j si
et' lhe   act tl      at no time did Miss   :;-..
I;' ���'     earn oi :.��� tbook  of that
kind. The pockethook is torn, bui
there is i .��� rj evidence lhal ii had
been in that condition for many
\\ eeks.
In the count} jail, Lange, Wans and
Dell still maintain the same bearing
thai lias characterized their attitude
sine. ih. y were first placed under arrest. Thus far, the officers say. thai
nol a single word has been dropped
bj eith< r <nie of lh i trio thai would
incriminate anyone.
. ''    miles, in foi tj daj s,
;        ttuti ������      v Inning
the world's < .     and a bet
.       i     met wiUi an a< 11
efon    eachin    thi   i   a   .
th<   head ol Canal street, lhal n< art;
.. fe,     fh<     '". w oo i.n
h<      ore su<i enlj   sil     out w ard  and
1 ���   iv iter walker  turn       urtle,     His
w ho ai ��� om] an i  all  the
In ..  ; ow    ioat,    . - >   <       he cap
.   '. ft   cim Innatl   .lanuai j
.. ::i .: wagi :��� he would walk ���
N'i .-.   i irleans In  fortj  .lays.     \i  the
..      ni ..    '.��� ul -\Me, he was delayed
fo    wenty-four hours, and thia allow
ani e, II   ��as agreed, should  be < oni'
'. i ie ; In the time,
It le\  was >ti motion only during
di     ght,  staying over  night   al   var
lan lings,    He was equipped with
ef ce lar ��i od, four feet
inches long, five inches b oi '
ami seven inches deep, In the gaso
Iim boat preceding the water-walker,
w< e Captain J, w. Weatherlngtou, of
n. lias, Texas, who backed Oldrlev,
and Arthur JoneB, representing Kd
ward Williams, of Boston, who laid
the wager.
Thi      i      ers o   lh<   Indies' Hos - .vn     o .'ins,  but   who can  ti      i ....
Vu>          and their able stall ol tho outcome maj be
i one oi            i*le8i Phe evening minstrel  shew   w   . a
ol theii  livi - yesterday, .m.i thc verj   amusing affair and the chc
wen    eminen   .   sa   ifactorj w ero especiallj good    The trou     ��.���
ii   promoters of the Valentine r. li    a     nged In   he re  n seen
wei      ome, Ured  but happj H  Moroy, the musical director, acted
i'h.   ball was well (Hied during tin Vti    Interlocutor,    The  end   men
i      I)    ei    II   Coi inane.  1! \\ hit-
g  and  Mt    Kelli. nnd  the ikes
In -   . i aeki .i oft   were manj
n ' and all u   then a nuR
ii ' tghl   Into the city on
' V. R. cars, the shipper was met
���  ' i ther refusal to allow the G.
i   car io   run over  the  C.  P,  K.
Vshcroft     As  a   result,   the
I        '  the hay was compelled to
iy  side-tracked  here, and
nl     Iraj s and ai;ain unloaded
Ten   Days   Blockade.
Everett, Feb. 12.���According in a
statement made .his morning by a
man named Donaldson, who walked
iuiu Skyhomish "yesterday from a
poinl midway .between thai station
and Wellington, appearances are
againsi tbe Great Northern company's
succeeding In getting Lhrough for several days���ten days, Donaldson i<
lieves. Hi sa Lhe conditions in U ���
Casi a let are still exl rcmely  bad.
The Hilary ��� lo^ . ar>a working   heir
About   Fighting   Joe.
The Free I'i ess of twenty   years ago
says:
Mr, Joseph Martin. M.I' P., got Into
an altercation with a constable at
Portage In Prairie recently, when
thej "mixed ii" a little. An Information was laid against Mi". Martin for
assault  and  he  was summoned  lo a.p
Ire di      and in the i i      vh<
:he mi ii sin    - ruu] e hi ...   I       ia
���!    w .,-���    at i       emiti
',       .n imbet '���: i tlzens an  suite
. - iff necks todaj a ��� a resutl I g
ol   tr; ng  to   ie ovei   the  I '.'ids and I'he  centei   of the  seml-clrcle  was
hats ol , i.'.'e i .iih i than themselves occupied bj  the ladies ol  the troupe
Du   ni    he day, the fish pond, ihe nnd kneel ng al the feel of the Intel
archerj   stall,  the   prUe  drawing  de loeutoi  were two brilliant   iiersiinagea
partnieni and the confection! ystands named on the   programme   Cordelia
did an excellent business,    The Valen Kinks and Samm; Jinks.
une  booth was   well   patronised  and rhe audience was a most appreel
ol the art treasures were |iui ative one and nenrlj all the perform-
��� : and will ba found In the malls ers   were compelled to give encores
foi  the nexl few .lays.    The a ������  d nftei   Heir  contributions,    The
:,   tment,  which,   had   so  manj   teal gramme was as follows: Opening Cho-
ueius    on    sale    ai    she    beginning ms.  the Boots; Cheyenne, Miss Hope
I of the fete, waa also commencing to Wardle;   Dear Old Girl, T. l>   Coldl
look      are   bj   ClOBlng   time. j    oil;    t'l'ocodile   ]:|e.    Miss   M.   Wells.
The dinner  wbicb    was    provided Phe Cat ('nine Back, li   Dorer;  Pooi
from 5 lo , o'clock, was partaken oX Old Joe, K. liroa.l. Duet, I l^ove You
hy a large number of citizens, all ol ; Mj Love, I Do, Cordelia Kinks and
whom are loud In their praises of the | Sammj    Jinks;   Bit ver   Heels,   Miss
excellent spread provided, Lund;  lie   Walked   In    ami   Turned
Th.- fortune Teller was kepi  very ' Around and Walked Right urn Again,
busy throughout  the whole fete, and R Whltmore; The Moon Mag Hl�� Eyes
many   and  marvellous   have   been   the on You. Mrs   Williams;  Silver Threads
rea.linr.- given.    Those who consult anion:, the Gold, ll. Moreyi she Was,
Sd   the   clever   palmist   in   her  temple MT,   Kelly;      Woodland.     Miss      Mice
Of nnsterlcs,  were  lrei|iiently   sni'|irls Tumbull;    If   the    Man    111   Hie   Moon
ed in  lhe wonderful  manner In  which Were  a  Coon.  1;   lv  Cochrane,     Miss
she told of things Unit had happened
In the past) and many curious fore-
easls  were made of the  future,    lt  Is
V. Vass. accompanist
Pari  it.   Sketch,   \n Su Vallej  oo
Hum Bum;  Month organ and Guitar
pi      ai   Winnipeg to defend  himself,   said   tha)   a uumbjgr ol   younK ladies i Sehyt.hm. II.  U'wl��;  HumwtMjl Irt��b
'J'lit case was called  lhe other day lie
lore Col. Pebbles, but Mr, Martin fall
ed   lo ap| ear.      When sei veil   wllli   ih.
.summons lo appear in Winnipeg, Mr.
Martin wind Attorney-General Hamll
Ion a;  follows;
There  are  plenlj   of  magistrates
Vs   tow n   and   II   ;.    an  outrage   1"
at    i' ���   io go to Winnipeg.    The |>ro
have heen enlightened as to whom to
propose nexl year, which will be Leap
venr.    Tho secrets are locked In their
Selections,  Wm.   Moore;    Man.    Mis
Making and Breaking,
Ketchum.
Miss Biunaiithti
VDEIVA ABANDONS
EilNTEMI'IATIII lllllK
thi   C P. R. car.    The expense of
was considi rable and If
��� could' be done along the line
��� ing ai rangements for thi   inter-
��� ���   'I i ars bi [ween tbe two rail-
'   ivoul I be a di i Ided   gain  to
hlppers.
1 '        '  :.'. agent at this poinl has
""��� l   his  willingness  to  supply
or to allow the '). X.  11. cars to
���'    the C. P. R. lines.
.
Two  Hats a  Year.
City,   Mo.,   l-eh.   12.���The
Missouri, through Its Lei Isla-
s .������! to strike a violent
��omi n'i    headgear.,    This
isod  io gel a  limii on
1  tin n  er bl hats a woman may
;i!    i   he price sue may pay
waj   ..'. the direction ol Leavenworth, secutlon Is frivolous and  l  hope you
which   point   ���..���.���   must   reach   befort ��ill nol  lend yourself to It.'
the;   ;. ���    i ��� v       turn ai mnd and at' Attorney-General Hamilton sent a
.     thi   sliiteis      ���        n  '!.���   western roplj  Lhal was not satisfactory to Mr.
slope    -        ���   mountains.     Donaldson Martin,  and   later   Mr.   Martin  wrote
say- th<    . icJ    a th     lirei  ion Is i  LU Hie attorney-general  that   he  did  nol
filled   tvith     iow,    neks    and     fallen       lend  lo obey the  Min ms,     Wl   ti
New Zion C;ty Will not Be Established
on  Pacific   Coast���Dream
Is Shattered.
FREEZES TO DEATH
WITH FEET IN OVEN
Ffinily   of   Eight   BUOOUITlb   to   3'tter
Cold In Their Home in Frigid
Alberta.
Zion  City, I''1'   12    Overseer Voll ,     Bdmontxin, feh    12    A   rami'''  of
he  case was called  and   Mr,   Martin   .,;,        ..���. n   ttted i ��� ol  the  North    elghl bouIs have heen froned to de.i^h
Enjoyable Evening.
The   members  of   !.��� nlah   Rebeci a
lodge   No.   5,   I.O.O.F.,  entertained  a
number of their frien is at a progressive whis)  party in the K. of P. hall
lasi evening, a large number of guesl
assembling  to enjoy    the   entertainment.    The  prize  winners  were Mrs.'
a ;���   and   S.   Jackman,    while   Miss
Unsavory Hidinr; Place.
Berlin, Fi ���-. I:.    ::' i n al Metz   I ���
othei    :.   .  .      ���:'     I.    :.< ' !   Labon rs,
suspi   ' .���:        ie     ifferlng fi om i m
;.ox. were   ' ing si nl  nn h i    ollce es-
���nn  ������   ��� be " ��� la<i ion bai racka, ten oi
th   n   madi   a   I ild   dash  for  liberty, 'collect.'
Within   a she      tini     ' owever,   nine
wen   i ecapl ured,  but   the  tenth  man
Ild not appeo r,  w . 1 lagel, who ; rose
il ��� d,    enl   him   the   toliowln     ti li
:/   :a,:   ' v\'ill  you ' ome OW n I hi - afti '
noon?   If not, will be oblli    I lo take
mpulsory  slept,'
"To this Mr.  Martin  replied. 'Who
are   "on  lhal   vou  should   have Iho im
pudence to send me such a telegram,
...
with th il ��� "' ��� labllBhlng
a se. .md Zion Cll i along the Paclfb
co I and Lhe aband inmenl of Iho
city Bowie founded, has been abandoned on ai count of the opposition
������ ihe faithful iii the Northwest
and also due to the fact Lhal lhe dls-j in the oven, and the real of ihe r,
affectation has taken such a serious  dead around her.   The details ai
in a shack In the Buffalo Lal t    'i i
trict.    The police are    Investigate -
the  an'air.     The family consist.
'can. sick and Unable to stir, hi 6
ami two children,    H is said tha     ie
woman  was  found  dead   with  hei   feet
lily
i n-
Munford   and  S.  Thompson   captured   remained   missing.
Nelson   Will   not   Scab.
the   booby   award    After   the    card      An es sewermon, he opened a man-       London,   Feb,  12.    Battling    Nei    n
tournament was over, songs and musl-1 hole with a kej   he possessed, and let   has a  big fight on, the London Music
cai  selections enlivened  the ev
The ��� lemenl  of    sociability    ai
mands       ol       appetite        were
ni ii-.   hiraseii down Into the -ewe.,., where,   Trusi   having served  him with notice
il d-   familiar ..    he ;    ivi h the citj  sewer   of a still  for   lamagi i becatt b he re
rn n ; i Zion City that  the overs, et ������
very i xistence    as  I he    lead of the
h irch is threatened,
Not ���'iiiy has the dream of a new
Zion Cll    In the Noi thwesl bei n Bhat-
rairably
catered
' I,
I-   system, he   i        ucci       '    o   fat   to   rused  to   Ive   ip  Lo hi    contracl and   tered, but the official posltlo  Ovei
th"     ladies   remain  In hiding.     The fame of tha   appeal  al a local music hall.
1 ]l , having   provided   a   n imi i r   of   good
go   the   Legislature   things ln the shapi  of c kes and other
ed  a ���   iking   II   Illegal   to   delicacies.     Th"  gathering  broke  up
tim ! f birds on women's ' - ,on     lei  midnight
A  great  outcry  from the  fall 	
.   a ���. Inst  the enforce tit  ol |
:  V, an I    oday   it   Is virtually  a
The  new   bill,  which  la
��� in;. i.i'ice ]   by   Representative
��� ���'. oi Morgan, pro\ddi s that no
In    lie State of Missouri  shall
ed to purchase more Mian bwo
1     : Ingle calendar year.
'.ecommend   Street   Railway.
y, feh. 12.���At a meeting of
I'blic worka committee it was de-
1  !l�� ri < ommend   to the  council
;i street   railway  be constructed
''ve miles long,  with  twelve cai-s.
' ��� js would nm from one end oi
''''���' to the other with a loop from
main streel .���,,<���]���, way In the mid-
of the city.
Pasha's   Mysterious   Death.
Constantinople, Feb. 12. The recent mysteriously Budden death <>i
Vice Vdmlra] Halrl Pasba, Is occasion-
i; much comment, lie had just been
appolnte i chairman of the committee
which Is to examine the battleship
Assar-I-Tewflk (bulli in France* and
launched In J870), after her modern
i/.aiion and rearmament at the Ger-
mania works.
Three da\s later an officer visited
Halrl Pasha and said it was decided
to cancel the appointment. The admiral refused to acquiefsoe in tne cancellation order and a few hours later
he  was dead.     Halrl  Pasha was 00
years  old  and   prior   to   his   death   he
waa apparently enjoying the host of
health.
.   .             ; ������  ���      .,���   | nown                 m waa en     ed for u porio I ol
has spread far t ���    an I   hi   po    ���  ghl   w< i ks  al   s  salai     ol   ������:<:    -
Mce are al  n  la how     n atch thi li    ������' ek to give      trrln   cj hi litlons pre
man,  an I  i ng for a pl< ntlful   ceedlng   the    howing  of  the
downpour ol      In ;"' onl i in   in
in  d I .���   hit ���   out of  his     ni   ���
ia .'its.
flictlng, bui it looks very much aa if
gi'lm tragedj of I hia bltte w lo
tei   i'-  reall i   i I  the  b        i of I be ie
I UIIIOIS.
Bear  in  Winnipeg.
Winnipeg, Feb,    12    Di Iven    io ith'
:  i  by    the   exl n melj    cold        i
ii 11 ol   lhe   p i H   :   inth,
y    In  search    of  food.   ,,
'i be ' ��� isl !ius begun sull again I ti :
���ito i. ..i i ���   on i trlke,
Ralph   Connor's   New   Book.
Toronto, Feb. 12.���W. E. Robertson,
manager of the Westminster Publish-
High  Stakes.
B ida I',   th,  Fi b.   12     \   H in
deputy name I  Bzemi  o ha    Ju��l  hud
heavy  haccaiai losi e i at the Nation
a1   Casino   al     l!u la Pesth,      In    one
nighl he lost $i 10,000 to a young pn
vincial, named <'yy/. who. like Szi
mere, belongs to the Magyar aristoc Volunteers Clear Snow,
racy, This high play is an echo or Regina, Feb, 12. Word has been re-
tbe sensational gambling of three ceived here that a relief gang organ'
years ago, when Bzemere ami a friend (zed by the citizens of Regina to as-
won $400,000 from Counl Joseph Poto- -;.-,i In clearing the north line reach-
ckl ai the Jockey Club at Vienna. ed Lumsden nt nine o'clock last nighl
���������  '. and proceeded ai once to attack the
heavy drifts in  Dlslfly  Hill Cut    Th"
Love-Murder-Arrest. ggng  Wftg  lillKnH,nU���{   hy fl   L���I11M|,.M
Buda-Peath, Feh. 12.���The mayor of t contingent often men and after work-
Qrosztony, Joseph Boeczoegoe, bus (ng all night, got through to Disley
been   arrested   ami   Imprisoned   on  a   station.     The   snow   was   twenty-two
, .'    ���. 1-. ad of i he Zlonlte ohm   i
ani the dre imei    :i is heen threa
, t,   | |i     itic course t hal  h
;; i  probably    In    ��� i    h    of food,
���:    i  '"' l"'"1"" "' Vl1 ' in   w.     ee i   trni       n id
iti F the si            '    I .   , .,, part ,,, thB cltj   ���
 ht up the believei      i .             ind  was  eventual!    i i
���  ������ m   el, not onl     n the ,   .a,.,,, n!- p; ra( ||    tr<
' he . i ol col wa i Brat  -.<-���> In  I         < Inl .
onization, but trou      ul such serious Exhibition  ground*,   bi    o
:"    '""''' "  ���'       1,ri fl,lfll   ""     h    . li ���   h     tlevol in a In Zion Cltj thi  centre of the city his llbi  I
���  thi I  hia   i ij i  ai  head of th< hort lived, and he is now a <
hurch are appnrei   ly nun   erecl,  ,	
Guns fight  [ill   it e .     Hi fore the opi n
Ing pi    ' : ���. am ���   Vel on l�� u ned i
riki   o   thi   "i ,- Ic had ��������� I ti  and in
refused to 11 ve up to hi   com rod. join
lrikers,      H"    et vd   notli i
charge of murder.    He is accused of  feet deep in places.
having Killed tho husband ot a woman
of whom  ho    was   enamored.     The
Earthquak2  is Responsible.
ton. Jamaica,  Feb. 12���Chas.
""��� m;iv'"' of this city, died yester-
""' Public hospital as a tosiilt .
Irle3 sustained during the earth-  ing company, has returned from a two   crime was  reported   by a  shepherd. Hundred Years Hence,
'"'''���    n" was conducting a meeting weeks' business trip to Winnipeg.    It   who says be saw the mayor and the      London, Feb, 12.���Lord  kratbeon
'   council when the building col-   ''' understood   thai  be  has  closed a  woman bury tho hotly of their victim . in an Interview said that the populi
1 Mor,,. T-.. i. _  _ ���� , ,    .nniM���t u-iih  nnii.ii  Connfir  for the ; ir a field,    The woman has also bean | tion of panada at the end of the cei
id
���   itch descent.
pu
I llcation of his new book.
irrested.
tury would be 80,00 1,000.
Business Property Changes Hand1:.
\   numl or of . haiices will   possibl
i.i  made along Colun bia Btreel dui lng
tbe di xl 'iv ".-],-.    t. II. Smith h
An il her man is inissiiiti.     A. Leslie,
     of thi  fife aad drum band,
i in bi "ii  for the past  ten
da b,    The police have been ma
Inquiries, biut so far have learner] ms
thing definite concerning him.    They
bought the block la which iii.- buei- Ufa inclined to believe that he has
neia Is located, ad will absbrb thej gone to Shoal nay In company with
section ai present occupied by Mar-  ���'��� Walker, who left tor that plai a
shall   Sinclair's  grocery.     W.   S. Col-
Sunday, Feb. 8,    An  tinauthentl-oat id
report was received yesterday bo the
lister has purchased the block he oc- effwl tll|H ���K, mljWng muglclM WM
cupies and has notified T, Giffoi'd, tjie i \r. Laflner, safe and well,
jeweller, that  he will require the pre- j
mi.-es at present occupied by blm, for Whole  Force  Resigns.
the extension of his own business. Mr. Fernie, Feh. 12.���Owing to a dlf-
Gifford has been many years in lmsi- ference of opinion between the newly
ness in the city, ami regrets having- elected mayor Dr. Bonnell, ami the
to move. He is afraid that, as a re- j city police force, the latter, which con-
suit of there being no available stores | sists of chief Walker, Constables
In the city, he will be con,polled to Dtithie, Catlell and Johnston, have rove to Vancouver, and open dp j signed In a body, R. S. Rashdall is
business there. chief of
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111 THE DAILY NEWS
WEDNESDAY, Feq
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A Discount on every Shoe
in the store.
FEBRUARY
SHOE  SALE!
^jpHrrawHapaBCTRM
While many stores are wondering what to do between the
outgoing of winter and the incoming of spring, this store
always does something that keeps trade active. This means
A BUMPER SHOE SALE
for the next two weeks, during which we offer
BARGAINS FOR EVERYBODY
TO-DAY we open up with some of the greatest bargains in
shoes that have ever been heard of in the city before.
The sale will last for two weeks, during which time every
shoe offered at sale price will be for cash only.
Here Are a Few of Our Offerings:
52 pairs men's American Boots, W. A. Packard's make,  in velour, box calf and kid; regular price $5.50, now  3.95
59 pairs men's Packard patent leather boots, made on different shape lasts; regular 5.50
and 6.00 goods, now  3.95
120 pairs men's vici kid and box calf Boots, 4.00 and 4.50 lines, now 8.00 a pair
SPECIAL���Men's heavy leather-lined waterproof Boots, some Packards and some of the
"Keen" shoes; 5.50 and 6.00 values for  4.50 a pair
FOR LADIES
Ladies' box calf, leather lined, heavy sole boots; our regular 4.50 goods; sale price.. 3.25
Ladies' patent leather Boots, with fancy vesting tops, American shoes, for... 3.25 a pair
Ladies' patent leather Boots, made by Kingsbury Co.; a 4.00 line for  2.95
TWO SPECIALS-Our Ladies' 3.00 and 3.50 finest kid button boots   1.95 a pair
Our Ladies' 2.50 button boots  1.15 a pair
One table full of odd lines, in 2.50 patent and kid evening slippers, at  1.50 a pair
Ladies' elastic front kid house slippers  95c a pair
Children's moccasins  25c a pair
Children's soft sole boots, lace and button boots  25c a pair
i
| Shrewd Buyers Look Forward to Our Sales
The $6.00
Packard
Be on hand early to-morrow and secure your share of
this* great feast of shoe bargains.
1        Further announcements later.
Leather-
lined Boot!
we sell      I
for
$4.50
JOHNSTON'S
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New Westminster, B. C.
Ladies'Felt and (!ar-
pet Slippers, 50c a
pair.
,=1heMost
Ladies' 4.50 Boots,
now 3.25 a pair
Child's   Soft   Sole
Boots 25c a pair
mm
4.
Odd lines in Worn- j
en's Evening Slippers.    $2.50 lines
for $1.SO        -
Fed Engine With snow. I elled Btiow Into the lender    [or   six]
Edmonton,      Feb.      12.���Yesterday   hours,
morning Unglneeb  Entwliistle of the
C.N.R., reached his home in  Edmon-      Tni' ��1'1 printing press which years
Beir  in Winnipeg. Volunteers Clem- Snow.
Winnipeg, Peb.    12���Driven   Bouth-      Regina, Feb. 12.���Word has hern re
ward  by    the   extremely    cold    and reived here thai a relief gang organ
Btormy   weather ot  the  Dasl   month, Ized by the citizens of Regina to as
and  probably    In Bearch    of food, a bIsI In clearing the north line reach
young bear was Been roaming around ed Lumsden al nine o'clock lasi nighl ! t0
the  lorthwestern pari of the cltj  yes- and proceeded al once to attack tho
ten iy, and   was eventually captured heav; drifts In Dislej   Hill Cut,   The
Ij;   :    'esldenl of Dlsralol street,    He     .u ���. was augmented by a  Lumsden
'i. n iii tho vlclnltj of the contingent often men and after work-
Exhibition  grounds,   bui   on   nearlng In    all   night,   ;oi   I  ro   jh  to  Disle,
I   i centre of the city hie liberty was itation,     The   imovt   waa  twenl   I '. i   glne from dying from lack ol   a i i r,   Inery ha I       ,.    tored In the real  o
Paying Guests.
Illinois sport <inen are n.i     ���      ^
Guichon   ll.   li.   King,   Vancouver;   ernblo corftolatlon  lu i!"1 P        ',.;,���
. M. Carnwrlght, Victoria, foi' ducks and grxsso by k :! '*p0rt3|
Windsor  -c.  Gardner,   D,   Graham,   ';U:lil'   The ""obwIllt08'!."* ,���' prf
_ i much more numerous iiu"     ,  ,;,
,,,n I"
ton.     He hi I  been   out   two  weeks ago was used In connection wiih the ��fln���*ver' ''  D' liis,'"i'. Victoria; F.   ��� J5t���tn|jlTfew Isolated W"}
with his engine, getting ac far a   Bat- N'ew   Westminster Liberal,   was  yes-'w'^' a.n{]   wi"''  Vflneouver;   H.   ties. Southern Illinois report*i tlw"^
tleford  and  return.    The trip was a "May   shipped   to Vernon,   where i. taZ\v   ri'Jn^T��Z' AJ Sprott and.   myriads. They are so thickIM
lriivtnn,. an i i,<. .,,1  I,,.!,,,. ..v',,, ,.,. ' in    ,                                             , ' '       ' 0rdaIe;   E'    '"    Jackson,   Game Commissioner Wheeler n.i-
B                       '     ' Wl11' i"1"1' a number of years of Idle- Seattle; Mrs Joseph Parks Clavton     i ed that ho would not send "��    ,jr
 b11^ t0,lay1��ff "".������ !-*; d��* ^ "  ����� """���" '-" f" '"" >���'""'���      Colonlal-W. C. MitS    '         ��� i ! Jalf t, that sectl f ��"> * 'S
i |l\   I, and he is now a ca] tlve.    '���      dee i in.
,: :
li   al CM    '  b market,
rerdale; Frank Hill, F. Perkins, Bur
aliy.
' ��� Blgntuents hereafter will ��<-' '' '^f
n'| ami northern Illinois, the Inttoi
Ing tho bulk of the birds
U.rf^t>kMU-  i'M-     ' )NESDAY. FEB.   13.   1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
.B
Most of the Farm Properties and Houses for
sale in the subjoined list, are exclusively for
sale by us. The cream of the market can
be found at McQuarrie's.
Ce
iotc the New Add
FRONT  STREET
r   and   one-half   acres   bel .
:;,   and   Eighth   avenue;
l isi street.    Price $2,500.
CHEAPEST    HOUSE    IN    THE
CITY,
louse    2-storey    frame;     6     i        i
wati r;    corner of Eighth and
ane,    b< tween   Thli I      ��� |
(      avi nues.      Price  $l,i   0   $60
��� i e at 7 per cent.   Balai
One acre  back of  the
Orphanage.   $800 casi-,.
For full particulars apply
at (.nice.
D-roomed hi ise, Seventh street,,      -  lots, comer 5th -
Fifth  avenue,  two   storeys,   full  avenue;   site   of   lot   100x100,   Corn<
'. $1,600. li       Can  ' i    ought at once tor $450,
ii - le lot J100,    Good Bnap,
and a half lots, Sapp< i on, just
bia stn et and Brum  te, i : :.
i' 103.    ''��� rms T.> I e ai i anged.
Another   of   Our   Snap:.
:;-" acn - i.    :��� Cloverdale; . i ���
s  Is  in Victoria,  are  >cj  moving!
t'S acies, ��� '������ [iiitlam, 10 acre   cl
il, near Blai '. i, $2,000.
House and lot, 33 )   K      14-storey,
iiu.i'.i' 1  near Q ie, $1.150.
t I IfS Up tO yOU tO Stop   P��   'IJ   rent.
-   0   ��� shed, east], cl. i , :"     "�� :"x-:'; >;'''  o( lot' l0s     One hundred and tixu acres N, W.
Una on  Twelfth  street, between   Best prairie land.    Frame    hous.    i need and      ared; only $1,200. U  Sec    l5> Township 11, two miles
..     md Third avenue; wesl sid    rooms, plastered; large barn, i ms'   En<Julre al oncfi for ful'   from Fun  Langley,  5  acres slashed
.    ���:.::  size.   Price > ,50i   house,    woodshed,   etc.,   etc.     i :.'��� v   Particulars,
J6.4C0. :. rms ( asy.
Full sized 1   , Xo. 12 Thli I avenue
full-sized Lots   between   s venth Dj ; ^ streel  north side.   $300 easy
ui    ..nl  Hamilton street, ea I  of                        Snap in Lots. ���,   ��� .
reel: all cleared and fence 1;
v.    arn on one of the lots; $1,500,      Three iots, less 10 feet, corner i'. "" lots, full sized on 6th street, i::
ash,   balance one year al 7 per   Sixth street and Fifth avenue.    Just Burnaby,   East   side   100  yards from
$1,000, terms easy. Cliff Can  factory.    Price  $1.G2C.
No. 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. On
third cash, balance on time, 7 per cen
interest.
ire) HoUBe; 5 rooms finished
fostairs; room for j rooms up-
fs when finished;  - full-sized lots;
1 \-2 acres, between Sth
and 6th avenue and 16th
and 14th Sts.    $500 cash.
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of     House on Royal and Eighth Btrebt,
the city, from $25.00 to $3,000 two  storeys, seven  rooms,  full  Sized
I lot, $2,000.
n corner of   Fourth avenue |    SO acres, cue mile from Abbotsfi rd,
10 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit!    -"  acre  blocks,   fruit   lands,  near
trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance  Junction, $20 per acre
One hundred and sixty acres, X.W
th   street.     Price    $1,800;
l< ash, balance 6 and  12 mos.
in three eijuai payments at reasonable
I.,.- . lacking    10    feet, corner of .  .
. , interest. ,
lli    ��� eel  and  Fifth  avenue.    Price: . f
1 L8n< balance In 6 and 12      150 acres improved land, buildings
*:      ' : percent. and Bneds compietei near cloverdale;
ii, ���- oa Twelfth  street, between al) under cultivation, $15,000.    If you
I   and   Fourth    avenues.   Price can  handle   this, don't  delay:   it's a
,     .,,. , bargain; terms can be arrange.;.
'i   ' \o, 6 on Fourth avenue, sec-      lc�� acres soo.l farm land In Delta,
: om Twelfth   street.      Price about 3% miles from river, near Scott
cash, one-half In 6 months road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
TO INVESTORS,
res, half mile waterfront, G.N.
������tint ng    through.      $9,460, terms
)    Investigate,
wo storey house between Fourth
Fifth avenue, seven rooms. Rents
Hi     $1,700.
Is lots, 50x150, outside city limits
each   lot.    Fuller   particulars on
ICO acres, N.E. V4 section 19, town-!
ship  10.   Langley;    small   house,   30
acres   cleared,    timber   valued   $750.
Price  $1,500,  one-third   cash,  balance
at 7 per cent.
House and l'j lots, 5 rooms, price
$1,375, half cash, balance to be arranged at 6 per cent.; Alice street.
50 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in cent* r; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared: perfect river view.
Corner lots $125, inside
lots $100. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
^4 Sec. 25, Township 16, 2\4 miles
from Abbotsford. creek running
through, 50 acres alder bottom, said
to  be  $600 worth of timber  on the
I property,     Price $10 per acre. Vs cash,
; balance on time.
Ten acres in l.nt 463, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, eas
' lly cleared.   $30 per acre.
Two storied house, 7 rooms, bath,
sewer connections, all modern Improvements, splendid local::;., $2,800.
Terms arranged,
House, corner of Fifth awr.ie and
Sixth slreet, one lot, two storeys, S
io, -us, $2,500, half cash.
Boarding house, L'o rooms, on sixth
slice', one block from posl office,
rents at $30 |,er month, or for sale at
$-1,500.
House, eight rooms, on st George
street,   corner   Fourth,   $2,500;    easy
ELECTION
EUROPEAN  SOLONS,
l.'llh*-r     I ..��     I'm     ,.r     \.��     I'm     1��     , h .-
Hate   T'.ir    1 ���,tiui,l.rr,
The   Norwegian   menilHM   of  parlta
ment cvts litt',,- tuore I       $3 i .',a\ fo'.
his public services nud evvu then whei
lie takes B day od : ,   loses Ins pay,  rite
name is ttie case u ;'.   (he li eu '������ rs of
(he   Swiss   diet      l'tioy   are   rv\>      Pd
with $i i d.i> ot: condition thai I In j
dii not absent thei sel>  s fron   w n'.
To uo farther east, it is found (hat
mania tli nfcs her law-makers worth
j". a iiay     Four dollars Is the dn Ij
i   - si   n ho . on ���' 'se the itu!
. iri.ir, seiir.ni.ie. 'nt mem tiers who live
u the ..       ':..:.��� ,.\ ���������; dn .i
Deuu ��� ���     ��� about the stingiest of all
Eun   i ���   ���. ���      es s,    nr as remuuer
: ic ;.." l< ��� ihhI   Dan
sl    ii en hers of pin 't onlj
Sl '"'   ��   .lay ,   lint,  i       thi     ittUM   hand,
they    I,..' , Id |i ��� ,-,���
seat   ii tl     Royi    tin   ter at ('o| e hn
geu
While Ihe meiub' . - . : the Hoi u
relel stns are not s in wl, tho law
inuki rs ef the y ttrlous i leru an
do 'UH  we: I.  for tietliill".      S.r e i'. bu
members of parliament are |   Id
$3 .'.  those of  r>a\ ar a  $'J G ' ri 1  ot
Ilesse $2,2.',
At   tirst  sight   lluiu.iry   -.'i  lis  l '  do
inr lawmaking ou tha cheap plan   fo
tier n embers (ret ;?UHH> R yea    In    ash
But they are net so badly off after all.
for a liberal allowance is made into
the bargain for bouse rout. Austria
Huugnry's two legislative assemblies
��>,si the country about $800,000 a year
in all Both in Austria and Hungary
legislators can travel tirst class with
second elans tickets,
Besides Uie t'nited Kingdom, Italy
nnd Spain are the only countries wh eh
pay nothing to the members of pnrlln
menl
IU   Portugal   also  the  state  does   not
remunerate   legislators    but   they   re
celve   tree   railway   passe-.,   and   their
constituencies arc legally permitted te
pay those who represent them a sum
of about if;t Te for each day's session.
New York 1 let aid.
00 acres raod fruit  land  in Surrey;
terms.
i-ioom cottage, 7th Ave.&
Jtli St., facing Tth Ave.; 2
pi sized lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
IV( kkI sheds, peach, apple,
ar and plum trees. Price
51800, half cash, bal. 6&
9 mos. at 7 per ct.
James Inlet, three square miles, .tt
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.  '���:1" ;" ,'��!!~ht now for *25 P��r acre-     1!";,s'''   tul1' siz,M   1"''   ""   KearJ
onl;. one-quarter cash needed, balance I stroet, Sapperton;   rents for $10  per
 ,   in one or two years at 7 per cent. month.    Only $1,050.
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.
���Isn acres, Maple Ridge, Sections 28,
29 and 32, Township !i, one-half priu-
; rio. rest  brush and some small trees.
' Prices:  Section 32, $45 per acre;   Sec
tion 29, $60 per acre;  Section  28, $55
; per acre.    Telephone  at    Hammond;
I telegraph   station,   I'itt   River  Bridge.
! Terms, halt' cash, balance one aud two
years at 7 per cent. Exclusive agency.
80 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-room house,
chicken house; one ac.
cleared; good well, purest
water. $i,ooo. Chance
of a lifetime.
[ICO acres, Westminster district, -i'1
ires under cultivation, 10 acres or
bard. ���"., acre strawberries planted
Is year; alder bottom land; running
-in-: house IS x 22; frame barn :bj
1 l-post flame house and CO '���
'; ��� bree In all, . table S cows and
rse -;  near Mission Station;
churches     u . .'    at    baud: !
Lot   No.   1".    full    size,    on   Agnes
Street,   all   cleaved   and  fenced,  ready
I for building;   a real good speculation:
1 foi  $600.    Half lot No.  7, $250.
SO acres of land  aear Sutherland']
mill,  In Surrey;   good  house, 0  acre
Kill acres In Surrey, near Hrown &
('(milliard's ranch, $7 per aire; good
terms;   fruit   lands;   see  us for   par-
160 acres on the Scot! road, IB acres
, leared;   barn  50 x 30;   stables, etc;
-I'
cash, balance i as
cleared;  only $1,000, easy  terms. .,   ..
House   and   lot,   50   x   L3&,   back   of       House,    HI    rooms,   l'2    lots,   near
brewery,  facing Columbia  St.   Rents Fourth   avenue   ami   Seventh  street,
for $24.00   per  month.      Price   $1,200, $2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
PrOMTHklll   Cur (.rurtlnit.
Ill  ll   letter to  tile   Lancet.   IM'.   Kank
Int; of Oxford tells of lhe use of frog !
skin   for  grafting,    "I'm-  more   than
twenty    years."    says    the    phy Icl in.
"the frog has furulshed uie \> th irriiftsl
lu nil eases requiring sin It tiontinont.
My Brst use of il was in my own eu-ie.
I hud suffered for nearly three yearn
from Obstinate ulceration of tho skin |
Of the fool, which bad resisted all
treatment und steadily refused In lieul.
i  began using grafts ol  frogskin  ID
the middle of .launary. 1880, and In
less than six weeks tiad a sound cover
In;.' of skin. At the present time, more
tliiin twenty years having elapsed, the
cicatrix is perfectly sound aud bus
none of tho puckering nnd stiffness ho
often seen in cicatrices "here human
gmftS have  been   used."     Mr.   Itunklllg
was so encouraged by this result that
be used frogskin In every case of tha
kind after that and at a rough estimate
must have used II lu some 300 or 400
eases.
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MACHINE ami UJNUINE
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, brUUUUJ and
STRUCTURAL IKON    WOKK.
Ornamental    Iron    Worn,   including
Fences, Gates, ITlra blsoapes, etc
Mail orders ami correspondence In-
vlted,
JOHN REID,
I3EGBIB HTKUHrX'.
New Westminster. f. (). 474.
rses; near Mission Station; ]  ,iU,mim soil. (,,,,v $30 ,���.,. .���.,,., $1>0oo   h:ll!'    l''is1'.  balance In   six   months
136  acres,  one   mile  Iroin llunliiir,
You cannot possibly get a higher per-   ,       _ _     ' . ,.
, '        don, B.C., 7(1 acres in  grass, 15  acres
c.entage tor your money than M  per   . , ,       ,    , , ,
drains I   and   fenced;   UOUS6   and   bam
cost $2,500.;  good  road along one side;
J- imer lan Is twii e a day; about 100
���'          ier, flr and  ������ lar, never been Between  Fifth and  Sixth  avenues, cent,
���    $2,000   refused   for   standing near seventh street, eight rooms, all
carriage house 10 x 24;  hen ra0(jeni, stable and chicken house, full | 40 acres near Mud Bay, $7 per acre;
made ol  hewed timber bed In ..;.,,,,]  ](,:i lv,,,   storeys, $1,000 cash, see us for fuller particulars.
.  12 s  30.    .'.  chance of a life- 52,500.
Itiie, $8,000  .:���     cash, balance al n 8-roomed bouse, all modern Improve-
���   cent. 166 acres lu Surrey, 5 acres cleared, ment-. Bne location, corner of Fourth
fenced on road side, $1,800, half caah, Btreel   and Agnes,   $5,000,   one   half,    Double tenement hou
price $50 per acre, half caih, balance
to suit, purchaser at 0 per cent, Reason for selling, the owner's" wife Is In
bad   health,  ami   has  to  in   lo  a  cold
climate,
Im-i' omed House, with
>ath  room, pantry, scul-
y, root house and wood
��� a attached ; electric
I: hot and cold water.
''i ft. front, 280 ft. deep
(more or less). All kinds of
1 5 walnut trees, all
bearing small fruit. Price
for the whole $5,500:
terms half cash, bal. 7 per
cent. Price of house and
Jand going with it, $4,000.
telephonic communication
with house.
2 lots can be bought separately; 50 ft. front, 280
11 ��� deep, $750 each; good
P iaring fruit trees; lane on
back from 3rd Ave. to 4th
Ave.
balance on time at 0 per cent, su .-  cash,   A comfortable home and   good eacn house, water, light, full size lot,
Ject to sale of timber, family residence. between    First   and   Second
Eighl roomed    house , all    modei n
Exciusivc Sale
5 acres on 6th St., just
off city limits. $1,100,
easy terms. Fine property for subdivision or
market gardening, chicken
ranch or small fruit farm.
Fourth   avenue,  on   nm III   side      I'
$1,500, half cash, b   ince i.i one ��������� i
���  conveniences, on Carnarvon street ami ;|. ,;        (.(M|t
Sixth Btreet, two itoreya, $3,750.
100 acres, all lence I, readj   foi ��� \,
Ivation, good water, half mile  from
II hool, al   Chiiliwack,  $75  per  .icre.
Part of lot 369, joins Lake Commur,
about 70 acres, only $^5 per acre.
Half cash.    Jump,
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car; (i
large rooms and' large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 1M2
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,500. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
House and lot on 8th street. Lot Ofix
120, <> rooms, woodshed chicken house,
! $1,050.   Terms easy.
100 acres, Langley, '!'> under cultlva- j
tion;   bouse, barn, sheds, etc. all In     House and lot on Agnes street, two
good  repair;   a  snap  at  $3,C00,  half j storeys, seven rooms; a real snap at
|ca*h. i *2,500.
in   acres  in   i'in    Meadows, onlj
j $35 per acre.    One ibird I a  li. balail
at  ���; per cent.
8 arid Hi acre blocks ir, Surrey, thi 10
, miles from the river, $10 per acre.
Large lot and two cottages on Ci
[ lumsla street, Sapperton,   Both rented
al 110 each.
Five cottages and !wo lois on First
street, opposite Queen's park. Pries
$7,000.
Pull sized lot on Regina sti e
132, Lot l0. Sub. 1 Lot 8, Price $120.
cQtiarric & (Zo.9 Real Estate Brokers
Agents fcr EmpSoyers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of Lender:,
Syrjops;:t   of    Canadian     HotXM
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion I li 'villi
in the Railway Bell In Brltl h Col
Ida,  may   be  homSSteatlSd   '"'   Bit'    i" '
sen n bo 11 'i U bend of a f ituil
or mii  mali 1     ears of age, to
Uie  c\'ct|t    if  . nn qn    ts
liln  ai ��� es,  '
1 In la pi    onally al
the li I ' '
.���.lib . md I
'I be hon  ��� ; to p 11
form the ���
wiib undtt
(1) At least si?
��� ip    I tion of \\
������ M b vmi foi    irti       1
(i) If tha father for mofl
1.1       Is deci i ���
nod-       upon    1    .'iii     :���    tbl
of the land entered foi   th<
merits at to reiid
by iui h pei 1 it]       idlng v I
ther  nr   mot lier.
(i 1 If the ti ti'-1 ��� 1 permam nl
residence   Upon   I      ' ing   I
by him in the vicinity of bin homestead, the requirements is to n
may be  satisfied  by retldence  up
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
j hz given to thc Commissioner of Dominion Lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy  Minister  of  the  Interior.
\'.   i! ���Unauthorized  publication of
HiH   ��� Overt!      ������ il      .1!   not  be  paid
fcr.
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
r w.' XOTICK that :i;".��� Ik ��Uo
> e to rvgUter V'.;.;...   I    \\
'�� n      :n V'ee Sinii-'e   .
a i'.'.\ Sale Dee I     un the Kce\
Clei ti ol Surrey. io Kdjror 1    \\ 1
' "������'��� the .'���������. ���  0   .Un wry,
\ i1  ' ��� '  ���   ." and singular tbs
��� ��� m ' .'v tract ol land an :
ises sl iiaic  lytug  and  being    .  tha
in.-.....    .-' \e��   Westminster,
!' 1 vlnce  e:   British   Columbia   1
: K '���'������"' 11' 1   Know n  nnd  dfsei II ��� I
Lota 1 .--I - of Bloek 10, tu
Ol   SOUl It   Ed St      uii.ii ie:     Se.
Township   1.
Veu and each of '>.-.: are ren      1
:.- cont<:���-. the claim of the :.i\.
. '.i-ei    w   |hln    tllll' >     d,i> s    l:\e-       I   i
he  Brst   1 tibllentlon pi
notice,   elite; w is,>   l   shall   ie.-.: . |
gar  1    Webber, as owner  thei
\': I   1    b,eie'i>    order   lit i
Is notli 0 ;��� i' fiftaoi
"1    .1     i.llix     new -.pap,':'        iblls
\e��   w eatmtnstei   ��111  be  goo . aud
��� ":.. ' ul   11   1 Ice thereof.
I' ^ I'll'   :t  the Land  Ke   lit I ,
N'ew   \\ ea minster,   Province 0
��� Pol in   la, this    "th daj  ol
a:   .    V.D     1"";
C.  S.  KEITH.
District  Ke ���
i belit.i .   Jell lies.    ESQ,
\n pi rsons Borved ��Itlt this ���
and those claiming through 01
them, and all persons claiming nn In
teres! In the said land by virtue ol anj
unregistered Instrument, and nil ,>.���:
��� t" claiming anj Interesi In Lhe
said lan 1 by descent whose I la
11     nol      regh tored     under tiie
1II     of tile   "Land  liei'.l'i't 1    \
.- hall ''   fori ier estopped and   loh 1
red Iron: setting up anv  claim 1
' I n i 1 Cl Of I lie said land ��� i sold for
t 1X08 as provided b\   lite ' I .and 0 i
try Act."
UNI) RHilSTRY ��;T.
TAKb:   NOTICH (hat   .in   appllc 'M"tl
bus ilium made to register Juiuei   i   I
as tho owner In b'ee Simple, undoi q
r.t\ Sale Deed  from the  Mayor and
Treasurer ol tbe Cll v of New   '. ������
minster, to  Patrlolt  T,  Bowlar,  bi u
in.n date the t si ti daj of  Vugusl   A D,
1008, ' . ail and   Ingtilar thai rei tain
parcel or tracl of bind and prern
situate, lying ami  being iii the Ctt)
of Now Westminster, in lhe I'rovl
of British Columbia, more partli ul icl)
known and described ns i "ii i"  md
11, itiock   D" si. Patrick's. Squat
Vou   and   each   of   ) OU   are   n'i|ii   ed
to contei i  tho claim of the i��\   ui
chaser within forty-five days front lhe
date of the  flrsl   publication of t.lt
notice,   otherwise    i    shall    i*>
J.   'I.e.;     I.,,;\|     ;,:.    OWIIIT    I lieieiU'    ill    ,   -e
\tt-i i hereb   certify lhal  pul llcutl   i
of tills  notice  for  thirty  dn
'       n, ��    aner  publlshe i    ni
.   ���    . .   will    "".i   nttd   ���   ���
i ll :il   iei . : ie: Bof
i \ i rii ui the i..md ite:'i dry Ol
\,v,   Wi   ' pi    Provlnn   of  B
Isll   I' 'bin : ia   thlM   I   I    llBJ    "I    ' '
ary,  \ n.  1907,
I  KEITH,
in trict  ftegrlslrar
'i o Ren .    Illlott   i: a
\ll     Pel     "|| e,  W-,|     Willi     I tit'      '
ami those claiming through or ������'���
them,  .md    11   pen one  claiming i
n :i in the said land '���   vli tue
��� i'i. torofi  Instrument,   md
il i     in
aid  ' md   ij   de icent,  ��hose lltli
tl   IPl'PlI   under   till ei  Ol
eglsl ill
,   |        |   ,   ���
Bttlnd up any claim io
nf thi Id for ti
���    ; i i       he   ' and Ri     h     id
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WEDNESDAY.   FEB.   13,   1907.
WRONG   SIDE   OUT.
{Speaking in the Ontario legislature
lhe other day, the new leader of the
Opposition,   turning for a i nenl in
ssing  tiie increase    of   revenue
from succession duties, to what may
b" < alle i   the scientific  side, said:
"li is, of course, a pleasure to know
that  the income iron: succession du-
; es  shows  an  increase.     II   is an  act
which  instead of being receded from
musl     be    enlarged.    There    is   no
sua;-." of revenue that  can be more
justly   taken  for public   purposes,    I
I  am  not   a  Socialist,  but  there  is  no
in.i.i who ever by his own efforts made
a   million   dollars���ihere   is   no   man
who ever earned   half  a   million dollars,  a   quarter of a   million  dollars.
i;;.: by tho privileges granted by the
Legi datura ami ihe people oi ihis Province they can place themselves in a
position  to  benefit  from the labor of
oi he: s an.l accumulate vast fortunes.
When   they   come to  leave  lhat   property behind, then ii  is right that the
Gove nment should step in and divide
that   money    with  the    people     from
wi���uu   it   flrsl   came.      He   will   have
the  support   oi'  ihis  side   to  increase
that  tax  ini lead of diminishing it."
This is an interesting example of
(be way in which a sound principle
may be wrapped up in unsound argn-
��� ' ' nt. It is by no means certain thai
a  quarter  million  dollars,  or, even  a
whole million, is beyond the earning
power of one man. What is earning
power? Edison, for example, has certainly earned more than a million,
'lite late Anthony Trollope received
during his lifetime, some $300,000 for
ihe copyright of his  books, and that
was  "earned''  money.     Mr.    Graham
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was   entirely   right   in   arguing   thai
money  made out  ol' privileges grant-
I ed  by the legislature and  the  people.
: is  nol   "earned." at  least  so  far as a
i large percentage of it is concerned;
j ami  he  was also entirely  righl  in  his
I conclusion  thai  a substantial  pari  oi
ihis unearned percentage ought to go
lo the slate;   bill   il does not   seem to
have occurred  to him  that Ihese sue-
cession duties are a  very clumsy and
unjust   means   of   collecting   what   is
due io  the  stale.
Vet a  Utile thought ought, to make!
this   quite  plain.      Unless   we   are   to I
;.:^iii���.in.| the s,leech from which we'
have  quote I   did   md   so  argue���that
the .-'ale  has  a  right  to a  lixed  per-1
(image   ni'   every   man's   possessions, :
no matter bow acquired, ihe injuslice
ol succession duties is apparent as a :
.glance, since ill" manner oi acquirement   will be different    in    different I
cases.    One estate of. say. a million
! upon   which  Ontario collects  siicccs-j
i sion   duties,   maj    have   come,   within
la  few  years,  from the exploitation  of I
! practically untaxed privileges granted :
! by   the   legislature of  thai   Province;
I another, from the careful management
thioughoiii   a   long  life of  fully  taxed
city property;  and still another from
! a   fortunate   strike in   South   African
, diamonds or British Columbia gold.
Hut i: is mil necessary to multiply
! example.-. The soundness of the position thai lhe people have a right
to a substantial percentage of the returns from ihe privileges which they
give to individuals is beyond dispute,
and the only just and sensible way io
collect, that percentage is to make
people pay lor those privileges when
they acquire them, and while they are
theirs.
oi. failing repeal, for its reduction to
, much lower figure, is growing.   The
��� main argument, of course. L-, lhat railway   construction    and    Other    large
works of developmenl   will be much
delayed ii the barrier again-: Chiness
i- maintained.    The fact ijiai to the
average man. railway construction by
white  lal.or   brings  more  advantages
i than   railway  operation,   is   not   mentioned.      As  the   Winnipeg   Telegram
puts ii, "if transportation  is ihe absorbing question of the west, and its
solution  is continued  as  outlined   by
ihe   several   substantial   corporations
for the next  few years, the opportunity  for ol,laming ready  money   will be
available lo ihe settler  who  may re-1
quire il  at  the outset of his pioneer
life.    The enormous amount of rail-!
��ii\ building to be carried on during
the preseni year, calling for 60,000
men, spells In itself good times to th ���
newcomer or to the one who requires ,
money to help in the development of
the resources of his ['arm."
"The .McBride Governmenl boasts
that il has saved the lands along the
line of the (1. T. P, If ii has .saved
them for settlement, and nol for spec-J
ulation, let it devise a plan by which !
tbey can be used as an inducement
to bring the righl son of labor to the
construction camps. But if the resources of the country are to be handed over lo speculators and corpora-
lions, and if they arc lo be allowed to
explod these resources b) the aid of
: heap Oriental labor, then British Columbia can bid goodbye to her li ipe
ol becoming ihe banner Province of
Canada.
HORACE
Goldsmith     Silversmith
and Diamond Merchant
Columbia St*, Next to Tram Office
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
FOR   SALE���Good   Jersey,   Durham
cow,   near calving.     Apply   Box   I...
Daily  News Office. 32-39
WANTED���Apprentice for the Millinery Deparl ment, also La Ij clerk
for Store, iIne with experience preferred,   Apply VV. s. Collister & Co.
i WANTED--.v. once, third or fourth,
class engineer for shingle Mill, Apply to l.amoni Bros . P, o. box 325,
or Mail'.   N'ews Office. def.
RINGS! RINGS!!
CHINESE IMMIGRATION.
As we anticipated, the confirmation
in power of the McBride Government
lias emboldened the advocates of "Chinese cheap labor" and the agitation
for  the repeal  of the  |500  head  tax,
British trade returns seem to show
thai John Bull has taken to bean the
advice which the Prince of Wales gave
him some years ago. "Wake up!"
said H.R.H., and John has "woke."
The increase in the total volume ol
his trade for 1906, as compared with
1905, was over two thousand millions
i of dollars. The increase In imports
; was largely in raw material to be con-
j veiled by British labor into finished
I products. The details show that in
i lines in which Germany and the Uni-
I ted States were supposed to be driving Britain from lhe world's markets,
and oven capturing her home trade,
the exports have gone up tremendously; ten limes the figure they stood al
in [90S, and even more than that in
seme cases. Disgusting perversity
should   come   tn   Britain ..:;
of faro, is it not? that this rush of
prosperity should come to Britain, as
i! came to Canada, with Hie advent
of a Liberal Government,
THE arrow PRESS Job and Commercial Printing, Posters, Dodgers,
Typewriter circulars. Business head*
ings,    Programmes,    etc.    daily
NEWS    BLOCK.     Mrs.     DOMIN'
Prop.
Tin mi t Beautiful Selection of Rings ,
imported into the city are now on view
our store  i;.  Coluirbia  street. ;       ;
DIAMONDS      EMERALDS      TOPAZ      Arm
RUBIES      PEARLS      SAPPHIRES      GARNETS
AMETHYSTS      OLIVINES
in solitaire, twin, thi ��e and assorted settiro-s
WEDDING RINGS      KEEPERS      GENTS SIGNET
RINGS in bewildering profusion
ADVERTISE IN THE "NEWS'!
- W. C Chamberlin
The Jeweler
Columbia St.
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F. CRAKE lhe Royal Bank of Canada
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
Insures absolute security to depositors, START NOW to save your mo
and you will never regret it. People do harder things every la; and h
nothing to show for it
Ladies' Gold Watches from $12.75 up' ONE DOLLAR opens an account.    Put it in your pocket, it wot
i    Gentlemen's   Silver   Watches,    open,
face, $6.00       ^^^^^^^^^_
Gentlemen's Silver  Watches, doable
case, $7.50 up
Apent for the celebrated South Rend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman Are-
tic Expedition.   All warranted.
Chains, Rinps, Jewelry, etc.
.Watch repairing; charges reasonable.
ably be nothing, but ONE DOLLAR  deposited every week with us will la
ten years amount to $604.50.   THINK   THIS  OVER.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS, 3 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
NEW WESTMINSTER BHANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager,
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THIS ONLY HAPPENS ONCE IN A LIFETIME
Two Great Sales at One Time and Under One Roof!
Taking Sale and Sale o
DAMAGED BY FIRE AND WATER LAST MONTH
Having- received a liberal settlement from the Insurance Companies for the Furniture that was slightly
damaged by fire and water, we have determined to place them on the market at such prices as will speedily
clear them out.
Doons open for the Sale on WEDNESDAY MORNING, Feb. 13th, and will continue for 10 days only.
Early buyers will secure the choicest bargains.
The goods to be sold will include among other items Axminster, Brussels, Wiltons and Tapestry Carpets,
Inlaid and other Linoleums, Oil Cloths, in all widths, Chairs, Rockers, Metal Beds, Dressers and Commodes,
Cheffoniers, Sideboards, Buffetts, Roll Top Desks, in fact every requisite for the Home, Office or Store.
Call and see the prices marked on these goods, and you will soon be helping us to clear them out. No
orders taken on the 'phone or by letter.  Your credit is not good at this Sale, we won't have time to book it.
COME EARLY WEDNESDAY AND YOU WILL NOT REGRET IT.
A.
WESTMINSTER, B. C.
N1TURE EMPORIU
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��� ���;     -���Utfam.Httlk, ~j,:<*-^.:.*miw .,..,. uw ��� ..,; ,AY. FEB.   13.   1907.
(T-    THE DAILY SEWS
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lhat invite a closer acquaintance are features of
our display of spring garments.    Every woman
io sees them, instinctively feels that she would
k well in one of them.
It's our business t) see that she has every opportunity to choose the most becoming of all, and
io to mar her enjoyment by any misgivings as to
the price.
New ��oals, $9,7,1, $12,50 fo ��20.00
New Suits, S3.oii, $4,50 io 317.00
HERE ARE DAINTY DISPLAYS
if il. tigs dear to feminine hearts at several countt
articularly tho Ribbon founter.
this   week ���
AY PLAID RIBBONS
eaul iful color combination i;  2a different  patterns, in  assorted
widths.   30c, 45c, 50c, COc, 75c per yard.
'HE NEW PLAID SILKS
lenuine Scotch Tartans of a soft grade of Florentine silk; the kimi
lat ran be depended on to wear well.
Mackenzie, Red MacLean, Malcolm and Royal Steuart; 20 inches
de;   suitable   for  blouses        shirt  waist  suits;   all one price���
>c per yard.
Kor cut dowers, bridal bouquets and
funeral designs, 'phone Tidy, the Florist, A.184.
Today, VV. A. Giliey's pile driver
new will complete the driving of the
piles for the addition to the box factory at the Brunette mills.
Chief J oh wi) of Coquitlam, yester-
iiuy presented two young does to the
Chief Watson, who had tho animals
placed in the zoo at Queen's Park.
The C. X. R, train due to arrive
from Seattle last evening, jumped the
i nick ui a point jusi south of Everett,
and us a result, the train was delayed
several hours, arriving here late this
iii irnlng.
"THK ROYAL BANK OF CANADA"
nnoun e thai  they  will pay interesl
1 S    in ;s    Accounts    quarterly, on
h Ulst, June 30th, September 30,
���  Dei 'nil er 31st, Instead of semi-
nuallj as heretofore.
'"he sfi      i annual masquerade ball
"   held in the Matsqui municipal
1    it   Friday   evening,   Feb.   15.
' affair 1 isl year was a huge suc-
- ��� :II!'i this .'.car it is expected that
e event will outrival all previous
oi i a along i he sane line in the dis-
ct,
J. A. Evans, one of the leading
ranchers of the Chiiliwack districl,
recentlj lost hive valuable cows and
11:1,1 a num  of others seriously injured 'by the caving in of the roof of
""" of his barns, as a result of the
great weighl of snow which was piled
upon It.
A racancj on the city police force
has been caused by the retirement of
Paul Sievens, who will, in future, turn
his attention to agricultural pursuits.
Mr. Stevens left the force on Monday,
oi 1 applications for the position must
be forwarded to the city clerk on or
before Friday of this week.
J. \V. Weart, many years a member of the law firm of Martin, Weart
& McQuarrie, has carried out his preelection promise, even though he fell
fifteen votes bi low the winning poll.
He now retires from the practice of
law, aud in future will give his whole
ittention to his private interests.
Monday, the llth of February, was
the anniversary of the coronation of
Jinmu, 'he first emperor of Japan,
2,367 years ago, and the event, which
i- one of national character in that
country, was dulj observed by a number of the Mikado's patriotic subjects
who are settled in N'ew Westminster.
i
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ing friends of the deceased. A num-
br of floral emblems were placed on
the coffin. D, Murchie had charge of
the funeral arrangements.
Lectures on the Prophetic chart
will be continued, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights, al 8 o'clock In J
the Gospel Hall, Sixth avenue nnd j *
Ninth streel. the special topic being !���{
"The   Present   Dispensation," 34-6   V
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The  annual   meeting of the Board A
of Traili' will take place ihis evening  fa,
Several mailers of importance will he j !���;
brought   up  before  the  hoard,  while  >J
the chairmen of the various commit-   fa,
ues will present their reports tor the  &
past year. !������
!���!
Frank   Peterson,  a   young   man   of   fa,
tiiis  city,  was arrested  yesterday  on   V
a  charge of having stolen a  number   >J
20th CENTURY
CLOTHING
of  mink   pelts  from   M.   .Monk.  Front A
sireet.     The    theft    occurred    some jtj
time ago,  but  no arrest   was made un- j��!
'ii ye terday, when  Peterson was ap-1 $
prehended.     The   stolen   skins    wore fa,
worth  aboul $40.     It   is alleged  that '*'
Petei ii ���   ittempted to dispose of thorn
In  Vancouver, and thi' led to hi
I'I St.
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slave situation of American I >}
Uncle  Tom's  Cabin.
This delightful  portrayal of the  In
tere   ;
histor     has always delighted audiences   with   its   vigour   and   trueneas   to i S
life and it is siill worthy of notice be
cause, though slavery no longer ex- m
ists in America, race feeling is per- $
Imps stronger than ever, and we hear | >���
of outbreaks between the two peoples
every day. Stetson's production of j |*S
"Uncle Tom's Cabin," is a sumptuous
and complete one, and shows the pic- j gj
ture as nothing else can.
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A late home comer, walking through , ft
the uptown residential section after j >}
midnight, says the Philadelphia Hee- I }��J
ord, would be surprised to see what an- ! >j
pears to lie white crape hanging from fa,
hundreds of doors and bell Unobs. The , V
white thing is not an indication of a i A
child's death, however, but merely a ' W
bread bag that the baker supplies to i >J
his customers. For years householders |J
had to put up with uncertainty about i A
their bread, not knowing whether some ! !��!
of the numerous cats that make the >J
night less silent had Investigated aud   g Ji m����tmrnmatMrnaiam.I*4%      nAiltiAU  %
R���t * me wardroDe dotmer >
now the bakers, m order that their ens- ' fa, fa,
tomers  might   feel   more  secure,  have   ��>>>>>>;;^^^
provided  these  white bags,  which the 	
housekeeper hangs on the doorknob at - - - - -
night and the baker fills early in the   ���������������������������������������������������**���������������������*���*������������������������������������������*��������������������������
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TrlhtKo    ro    ,'ul'iil-    >;-,l;>nlM.
Figures cuiieernlng the students uia
trieulated at Cornell in the last twon
The   foundatlen  piles   for   the   new J tv >'eai'3 Hidionte that 42 per ceut Jiave
irpentine and creosote factory, which
���
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come from private schools and 58 per X
cent from public schools. Of private ���
school pupils '..".:; were dropped after T
the   first   term   and   111   from   public   ���
!LINENS! LINENS!!
267 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER
On Quean
pi
Ave.
Is to be erected al Sapperton, will he
''liven in the course Of a lew days,
n: the factory, the rough ends of iim- , schools, and the percentage of failures
er and waste mil! material will be us- ! among the public school graduates is
eel and Ihe turpentine, creosote and much lower than those of private
other marketable products will be ex-j schools.  Consequently the Cornell fae-
��� cted therefrom. VV. A. Gilley has*'*? to������ withdrawing the privilege
th,   |,iie driving contract. of admission by certificate from pri-
| vate schools.	
The difficulties on  board the river ~
steamer!  y<   terdaj  were many, on ac- APPLICATIONS WANTED.
count  of the Chinese  truckers refus- >	
ii :  to push another truck until they Applications will be received by the
I    i  had  their till of New  i'ear cele- :u u.,.i>i..,,, ;  up  :,,   Friday,   the   15th  J
hration,     As a result  the office staff ias. _ a1 - ., 11U tor the position of as-  ���
*
A nice House, almost new ; modern
conveniences;   8  rooms;   well
finished; double corner lot
$3,500.      HaSf   Cash
This is one of the best locations in ihe city
LOOK    INTO   THIS   AT   ONCE
and the officers had  to put  on their
overalls and gi I into harness.    They
soon  i ecame tire I, however, an I left
iit   without the usual loud.
VIcLEOD, MARK & CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists,"
New Westminster
Canadian Bank of Commerce
IPaid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
'��� 1:-  WALKER, General Manager        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND ENGLAND.
ant    I <
the    Supi rintendent    of
Wati r Works.    Salary $70 per month.  +
I
\V.  A.   DUNCAN.
City Clark.
Haggman, president of the lo-1 City  Hall. Feb. 9, 1907.
.'-iii rn i n's   union,   has   called   a
In    ,: thene, men, to take place applicat.ons wanted
������ the i i ' iral club rooms on Saturday
lerno n. It is understood thai
ortanl matters concerning the re- ; ; "' '
. : ,.ii,;. .ri.ui of lhe union v. ill he
liroilghl forward, and that a proposal
w-ill be made to restrict the member-
uhip 'ii white men in future,
Big Reductions in
| Fancy Tea, Tray
I Sideboard    Covers I
ALSO
��� All Stamped Linens |
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Vpplicatlons will he received by the
dersigned  up  to  5  p.m., of l-'rida
the 15th Inst, to till a vacancy on th
City  Police  Force,
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Cltv Hall. February 13, 1907,
I THE WHITE HOUSE i
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I A. J. BIRTCH,
270 Columbia Street ���
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NOTICE.
A  uew   real  e.,ta!e loin will open Up
, iness in the office recently oc-
npie I bj L, McQuarrie & Co., Colum-
,,j.,   Btreet.     Tho three   partners   In ;u   A,  M,  Malins, deceased.
i;.(. .i;.in are ii, 'i'. Thrift, .1. I'.. Nei-      All persons  having claims  against
son and   W.   11- Clark.     The  liiisine.--; the late Allied Melville Malins are re- |
B.|I1 |,Q carried on under the name of quested to hand same (duly verified)
the Settlers' Association of B. C, and to the undersigned on or before the
i  real  estate, insurance and Dnancial flrsl  day of March,  11)07.
business  will   be  conducted, ARTHUR MALINS.
A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts may be opened and conducted by mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
,ePositi cf $] an,3 upwards received,and interest allowed at current rates.  Thi
depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal
of the whole er any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. U. DAVIDSON, Manager
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
A .lai.anese who over in.lulled In alcoholic stimulants on the occasion of
;ie japaneso national holiday, which
'. n pencil last Monday, was presented
Lhe poiice court ye
���i'cr.iay morning,
charged with having been drunk and
lnr.apa'ole. After promising to lead
n model life In future, the Mikado's
faithful Biibjecl was allowed to depart without being asked to contrite- the civic treasury.
NOTICE.
The public is hereby notified th il
l Captain Watt, master of the ship
Chelmsford, will not be responsible
for any debts thai may be contracted
bj   the crew of the  said  ship.
(Sgd.)  CAPTAIN WATT.
'    Master.
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y. j
Manufacturers or j
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures j
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
8
The  funeral  of Dan  Fry, a  young
11:1|, ...ho died al the Royal Columbian
nc, ipjtal   on   S i:.day,   look   place   yo-:- \
:,.,,;,,   afternoon, the  body being In- AND SUPPLIES
terred In the Church of England ce '
. .....   .    The Itev. A. Shildrick coa
i, .,,, | : he   ervii i, the pall learers   i
4WM1LL SITES,    TIMilER LIMITS,
AWMILL and LOGGING MACHINERY
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
E. W. SOHNSOM
Dl i, Guichon :;!'!!>K
A.   MjARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting
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WEDNESDAY, Feb
OPERA'
NEW WESTMINSTER
FRIDAY, 15th Feb.
STETSON'S
Original Big Double Spectacular
Production of
Uncle Tom's Cabin
The Barnum of Them All.
Under the Management of Leon W.
Washburn.
More Grand Novelties than Ever.
Gorgeous Scenery, with Beautiful Electrical Effects. Two brass bands, two
funnv Marks, two mischievous Topsiefi.
Genuine Southern cake walkers. Buck
and wing dancers. Male and female
quartette. Ponies, donkeys and bloodhounds. Wagons drawn by handsome
Shetland ponies. Grand vision and
transformation secies, Eve and her
golden chariot
Watch for the big street parade at
12 o'clock.
DROP LIKE RATS
IN SIGHT OF SHORE
PRICES���  75c.  50c  and 25c.
Feats on sale a: Ryall's Drug Store
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
What ''sterling" means
to silver, what  "cutting"
means to glass, what "18k
means   to  gold   this   trade
mark means to
RUBBER FOOTWEAR
It's the hall mark oi
quality.
.Maple Leaf Rubhers, as
their name signifies, are
MADE IN CANADA
i from pure Para Rubber.
All kinds, all styles, all
s^os. There are no others
"just as good" for Western
conditions.
j. Lechie Co., Ltd.
Selling Aeents, Vancouver, B. C.
Collision    of     Passenner     Boat    and
Schooner Costs Nearly 200
Lives.
W. E. SINCLAIR'S!
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Sole Agent for \e��' Westminster
W. E. SINCLAIR
Morey
FOR
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
3. Henley
Manufacturer ol
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty.
Tel. 113. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW  WESTMINSTER.  B. C.
Providence, K. I.. Feb. 12.���One of
the greatest    marine    disasters    for
many years, occurred last night, when
the Joy liner Larchmont collided with
the     four-masted     schooner    Harry
KnowKon.     Out  of nearly two hundred passengers on the steamer, It is
feared only twelve survive, many of
the passengers  being drgwned    like
rats in a trap.    The   crew    of   the
schooner escaped, but  Buffered  fearful hardships before reaching shore.
There was a fierce gale blowing al
i the time of the accident, and  with
the temperature several degrees below
��� .:, ro. the plight of the survivors was
terrible.  A boatload containing fifteen
passengers came ashore    early    this
1 morning, and '-eve:! of its occupant s
(vere found to be frozen to death.   It
in  feared  thai   few of those  who es
caped by boat or by liferaft  will ��>���
able  ; i  sui rive the heavy  seas an I
the terrible col I.
Manj bodies h ive Iready been
washed ashore, frozen stiff, an I hum
dn Is of persons have journeyed down
from Providence in the hope of gain
i Ing Information of friends and relations who were on the ill-fated ship.
.Men who know the coas; and the conditions existing say that it will be
many days before the bodies are recovered. The cause of the collision
is not known.
ANNUAL
Spring Clearance Sale'
Opens   Full   Blast
TO- DAY
i
the SPORTING WORLD
Tommy Burns.
Tommy Burns, the clever '-heavy
middleweight" fighter who will fight
"Philadelphia Jack" O'Brien again In
the spring, is an able all round athlete.
Not only as a football player, but also
us a lacrosse player, be 1ms won laurels.
Burns, as a means of keeping In
Khape for rinj; battles, lias decided tu
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
TOILET
Soap 5
Prices
25c per doz.
to Sl a cake
EYES   TESTED    PREE
Women   Protest.
Chatanooga,    Tenn.,  Feb.  12.���Wo
men of this  city  met  yesterday an
protested against  the printing of d
tails of the Thaw  murder  case  anl
similar criminal  court proceedings.
The protest, it was stated, was madi
"in the interest of the sanctity of our
j homes and the purity of our children.
j and to protest against the minute am
. detailed accounts given in the dail.'
! papers of the. sensational and scandalous proceedings of the criminal
< court."
Mayor Prierson, in an address de
; elared the reports of the Thaw trial
were disgusting and disgraceful in
their detail. He said some of the
newspapers hod gone too fAV in their
acocunts.
Washington, Feb. 11.���The following statement was given out at the
White House today:
"The President has communicated
with Postmaster-General Cortelyou to
know whether it is feasible to bar
from the mails, the papers that give
the full disgusting particulars of the
Thaw case. He does not know whether it is feasible, but if II is he wished it done."
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
This delightful portrayal of the inti esting slave situation of American
history, has always delighted audiences ivith its vigour anl trueness to
life and it is still worth} of notice I e-
cause, though slavi ry no longer ex-
Isl - in America, race feeling is er-
'.:: - sti ngi r than ever, i nd we hear
of outbreaks between the I wo ; i o des
every da;. Stetson's i reduction of
��� Encle Tom's Cai In," is a sumptuous
and complete one, and shows the picture as nothing else can.
T011J1V BI HNS AS A LAC110SSE I I.AYI.Ji.
play lacros u the Pacific coast 1   -
winter.   A  few  years ag i b ���   was  a
member of a   ����� ��� I   known i 'an idl n
team, and i : irta Indicate it was then
thai he bL iw< d po sil llities ol be i
Ing i pug    tic   ' r.
S ime ring ���������      I     ay lhat Bum-.
It,, pu -     , ���   -        or thirty poum
. ' ���   ��� le to j
Jim Jefl i ��� -
Bellingham, Feb.  12.���The    bai [ue
Weathersflel I   . e ich< I  thi   docks  of
the  E.  K. Wood  mill  this  afternoon
and will load a cargo for \ istralia. It
I;   one of the  sma li  t crafts of 'he
- arri ring in this liar    - I     some
:   -.'. i;3    carry    a    cargo
aci os   thi  i'   'iflc,    Sh i i   In  his p irt
for the fin    timi    an I, n Ith  the < x-
ition ol a trip up    ie 1 rlv< ;
Is the fartl lorth        madi
the vi --."!.    She is In l
DRUG   STORE
Who Said
���
FARMERS !
Me Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   EOR    HIDES.
'< $mM��'--iW'i& ��� >���'' ���
U IN* Draper
B. C. Eanfl
Surveyor
ElUrd E'cck.  New Wostmlnata
j
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P
isaat^atraeaamumamaemBSi n ���ggggg'
Come prepared to secure your summer stock of
Footwear, as never before, and, perhaps, never again,
will there be such bargains offered in high-grade
Footwear.
Remember, this sale is for two weeks only. Our
entire staff worked late last night, so as to have everything in readiness for the grand opening at 9 o'clock
to-day.
Our bargain tables are loaded with the greatest
values ever offered in this city.
Below are Some Samples
of Our Prices:
82 pairs men's high-grade American shoes, manufactured by the Harlow Shoe Co. of St. Joseph, Miss.
These shoes formerly sold at $6 and $6.50. Our sale
price will be 4.25.
68 pairs of the same make, only not so high-grade
goods; they being sold formerly at 5.00 and 5.50.
Our sale price will be 3.65.
122 pairs of J. D. King shoes, prices from 5.00 to
6.50; these will be sold during our sale for 3.90.
LADIES* BOOTS
Our entire stock of Queen Quality Shoes, the regular prices of these shoes being 3.75 and 5.00; these
will be sold for 3.00.
82 pairs women's button boots, manufactured by
J. & G. Bell; regular price 4.50.   Sale price 2.90.
Our entire stock of Evening Slippers
will be sold at cost.
Carpet Slippers, 25c a pair.
Women's first quality Rubbers, 25c a pair.
Remember, these goods at these prices won't last
;..     forever.   Our sale closes on Feb. 28th.
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| No goods on approbation during sale.
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Goods Sold  for Cash Only
m      Of
V
NCLAIR
lhe RELIABLE SHOE MAN
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li<Mtm��M'*r'
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IffB DAILY NEWS
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ONTS
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4      Arc   being  realized   every day by people  who   have  the
foresight to buy while prices are still advancing.
OPPORTUNITY ON
LEOPOLD STREET
...FOR   YOU...
THIS IS ONE OF THE PRETTI EST, THOROUGHLY MODERN. SEV-
EN ROOM COTTAGES IN NEW WESTMINSTER. I" 13 ON THE CAR
LINE; HAS FINELY IMPROVED LOT 56 x 132; WITH SPLENDID
" ��W.
PRICE.
$,
*>?,��,��� a
TERMS.
THIS    PROPERTY   IS WELL  WORTHY  OF  Y��UP,  ATTENTION.
ACREAGE
lo. 933.���Two and one-half a;res in V/est End. between Fifth and Sixth
Avenuis; street on three sides; covered with light brush. Price
$2,200. This will subdivide Into fourteen good-sized lot;, and is right
on tiie survey of the new Eburne   tram Iii'.-.
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No. 619.���Two acres on Twelfth  Street and Vancouver car line: one corner
high, balance fairly  low.    First-class industrial site. Price $5CCC. Terms
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No. 530.���Seven Lots on Twelfth Street,    with    street   frontage    of    seven
chains.        First-class factory site.    Price $3,500.
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No. I303.-One acre on Seventh Avenue and Eighth Street.      Not far from
c'ty    car.      Good    soil.      Price    J050.00.
BUY A
CORNER
ON    THE      HILL    FOR     A     HOME.
V
$1,400
EEST BUY LEFT ON FIRST ST.
DOUBLE CORNER 132 x 132, facing
Queen's Park, and convenient to the
car.
$1,000
Fine full sized lot on First Street
just above Third Avenue. Magnificent view.
$575
DOUBLE CORNER on First Street
above Fifth Avenue. Unimproved,
but will make nice home site. One-
half cash.
The Nest Egg of Fortune
IS THE BUYING OF YOUR
FIRST  PIECE OF
REAL   ESTATE
We can show the intending inves-
toi a list of genuine values, eitner to
bald or to use as a home.
Let Nol Price Cc a Barrier
V/z have property for sale that is
unusually desirable in every way. and
if you have not sufficient money, v/j
can arrange very easy term^:.
!
::WE SAID::
we had BARGAINS IN HOUSE
PROPERTY, and we say so again.
Read carefully the following:
HOUSE AND LOT
On Brantford Street, near S'xth Street and the car line. Seven rooms,
bath, hot and col wate . ��tc. Seventeen bearing trees and considerable small fruit.
PRICE.
$1,750.
TERMS.
V/E  DO  NOT KNOW OF A CHEAPER  PROPERTY IN THIS CITY.
..ACREAGE..
I retfWW,7.YJ��'S*H*^tNilW^ii��r^^%'3^
No. 1304.���Four acre block, with street en all  sides.      Good    soil,      Light
brush.      Price $3,150.    Terms.
o   o   o   o   O
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No. 13C7.���$3,503 will buy a block of   3' 'z acres, with street on   three sides;
net far from city car line.    Easy  terms.
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No. 1320.���Near city limits, four-acre  block of flood land for only... .$2,300.
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No. 620.���Three-fourths of    an    acre   right    in    the centre of the city.    All
cleared   and  good  soil.    Within  a  few stsps of the car line. Price '?1650.
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Real Estate.
so
���<s*�� 33 85'&*
THOS. R. PEARSON, Mgr.
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THE 1>AILY NE\N b     &��~-J
DO YOU want to save  both time  and money  in
making your purchases ?
DO YOU want to look upon the largest selection
of European goods in the province ?
ARE YOU a wideawake buyer ?    Yes.    Then you
must deal with a wideawake firm.
IF YOU will take the trouble to come and see us,
WE WILL, in 3 minutes, convince you that it is in
YOUR INTERESTS to place your order with us.
���*    - ���      ~ IEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
YOUR INTERESTS to place your
Public Supply Stores
<j.l
8 acres on Murchie Road; good location.   .$800.
4 acres on Murchie Road.   $400.
H'E HILL GIVE EXCEPTIONALLY GOOD TEfflHS M THE ABOVE.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
MEW   WESTMINSTER���-
Second Hand Junk Stor
"  " "  O  "  g  0  0  <���  o  (i  ii  <j
"00
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Highest Prices Paid for STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Apply by mail,       Between  Columbia  and
Fraser River Hotel
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter intended for th;s c Jumn fbonld be ad-
dreaed. Social Editor, Daily Newt, P O.
Box 4' -'. New Westminster
The management of the o;>era bouse
iv endeavoring to secure the popular
tress Florence Gale for some time
toward the end of March.
Mr.-; Green was a passenger to La-
e, Alta., yesterday.
J. S. Clute left yesterday <>:i an official visit ro Rossland.
M. Stewart, of Spence's Bridge, arrived   in  the   city   yesterday   with  a
I unch of stock  for local cattle  deal-
rs.    Mr. Stewarl Ig the driver of the
a   S] * n< i*s   I li i :-'������    an I
.:   .Nicola.
P. .1. Hart was a pass* ng< i to Chil
liwack yesterday.
Mr.   Herbert   Brook,  of  Vancouvi r,
was in the city  n sterda .
M:s. Coulthard ha :  a small  bridge
sti   la;   afti . noon.
Dr. an I Mrs. Lyall, who ha ���<   sp< ul
the winter with Mi -. L;    I's       ents,
M.-.  an I Mrs. Cassl , F            ��� nui.
left yesti borne in Car-
Man.
:;.. an i  Mrs.   \.  :���:.  White arriv .
lu thi  cit)    ���   ti afternoon, al
- ��� .. ling somi       ���        a th ir honi y-
i in the ea M vVhiti
Xew v\*es . inster some time back, i ������
tentiably for a h ill laj I rip, and I
i few of his intimate friends guessi .
thai he meditated something serious
during his absence. The wedding
I ok place in London, Ont.
Ernest Hampton, of Port Hammond,
was  brought into Lhe city on Monday
foi   treatment,   suffering from   a car-
incle  in  the eye.     Dr.  Manchester
ol Por: Hammi n I, arrived in the ci
��� - erday,   for   the   purpose of   performing an operation.
WEDNESD'W,
ASBESTOS
SAD
IRONS
A HOT IRON
A Cold Handle
See that Hood?
It is lined with Asbestos,
I revents radiation of heat.
The handle is attached to
the hood, and thus kept
cool.
THE CORE IS SOLID,
New LIINEM
Of   Extra J3ua|^
Our new spring stock of TABLE DAM^T^
KINS, EMBROIDERY LINENS, CRASHES HOLj Avr5 H.
CLOTHS, Etc., is now on display.      ' NDS' TABU
No advance in our prices ovei- last y,
ering of quality of our new Linens ' but rt^
high standard of our goods prevail* ;  T,e ^
showing. In tn!Snei
This is the time of the year when vou fi ,
our new goods on display. "     nnd al
We invite you to see them now v
what you will need later on. m?*
The   Ready-to-wear   Departmen
is fast assuming a dressy appearance    Newc.
Skirts and Cravennette Coats   are the latest am\,. i    ^
ANDERSON & LUSBY
or by
'Phone No. 214
Wh
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* Established 1S>7
���        -_ Incorporated 1906 ���
! Gilley Bros, ltd!
Bookings at the Opera House.
.	
Feb. 15���I'ncle Tom's Cabin.
Feb. in���The Fast  Mail.
Feb. 2*���English Opera Company.
Mar. 16���My Wife's Family.
Mar. 22���Creston Clarke.
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WELLINGTON     LUMP     COAL
WELLINGTON   WASHED   NUT
AND PEA COAL.
COMOX COAL AND COKE.
CUMBERLAND   FORGE  COAL.
j    VANCOUVER   PORTLAND   CE-
X MENT.
X This   celebrated   Cement   is
��� used by nearly all large contract-
��� ore in the Province.
��� ROSEBANK   LIME.
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS  IN
MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRE.
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE BRICK.
and
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���
FIRE     CLAY
BRICK.
MANTEL   *
From the Clayburn Clay Co. $
SEWER PIPE. DRAIN TILE. X
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK.
THE COLUMBIA RIVER.
OniiKorn  Tluii   Belief   ��lio   Passage   nf
Tlil��  Stream  of  Death.
The Columbia does not merely threat-
jn, but performs,   Xo one can tell how
many men hare been ; ist on the I'i?
Bend.    The Surprise rapids, far i;p at
lh" head of tbe bend, are aboul as bad
ni- any.   Seventeen men are known t i
I bare been drowned here. Leo Davis was
capsized   on   these   rapids   while   -..-.   Ellard Block,
were at Tlmbasket  lake.    We  found
his  boal  crushed  and  dung ash ire i
hundred miles down stream aud twenty miles  below the l.i ad o�� the bi nd
.������nd s ��� thought  1." ' was gone.    Lati;
we   learned   that   be   got   out   ali
though losing nl! bis supplies.    I  saw
another broken boaf.on the Tweutv-six
MAKE   YOUR
HENS LAY
���HHUar/* WMMW1M
,,/e Eggs are High
BY USING
STURTEVANT'S
Egg    FOOd    and
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
SHINGLE
MILL
MACHINERY
The Schaake Machine WoiV
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
DRUG  STORE
Hew Westminster
t T*'e*h~~"*s-- O'flce 16,   Manager's Residence r *
'Phone  105.
'Phcne   (05,
THE   CELEBRATED
ew Wellington Coal
& Prcsl
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
'Phone   10S
P. O. Box   34 5
'Phone   103.
I Electric Railway Service!
��� Inter-urban    i ��� ���>. __    ... ���
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from ii:.J0 a. m. to 11 p
m. excepting at 7:,'10 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park tu
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Service from
6.1 5 a.m. to 11 ji m,
20 Minute Servloe���No transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and fi and 7.
30 Minute Service during re- ��
malnder of day. iian'srer at ���
Leopold Place. ���
Sunday Service half-hourly between 8 a.m. and 11 p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from G.2j a. i
:n. tn 11 p.m., except between ���
12 and -'. and G and 7, during %
which hours lhe service will be ��
half-hourly. ���
Sunday Service   hair-nourly he- ���
tween S.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
WE wish to emphasize
is this���Money can sel-
i dom be put to work in
such Good Real Estate
as that which we are
at present offering.
See  us and get our
; timely   tips    on    some
good bargains.
HERE IS ONE
Modern, 7-roomed House
on Third Street, below Third
Avenue. Grates, electric light
and sewerage. Price $2,500.
Good terms.
Mile  rapids,   whose   we  never   knew
or  what   became of  Its  owner.     We
saw "ii a  big bowldi ������ near shore the
I, aie of :: Swede who was drowned n
few years back.   The body of course
was  i,nt  ri c ivered,  f ���:��� the ' 'olumbia
never given up Its dead.   Now, below
as were tlte bloodiest of all these waters, the  Death rapids, where, In the
mining stampedes soon after the California  gold  rushes,  sb many  miners
, were drowned   some say 1(33   in what
was railed the Frenchmen's stampede.
These men were mostly drowned from j
'. rafts, nn which they foolishly tried to
gef  down   river  to avoid  the  awful;
1 walking.   Seven Chinamen once started down on a raft,   one got through
alive, banging fast by a rope, and be
was so scared be lefl America withoul .
ever  savin::   a   word.     One   man   was
east up a   "ew fei I from       re on a
r   '  from which be did nol dare .jump, i
His  companion   was  swepl   down   In
( their boat for a mile I ������tore he could (
I i.' it i shore and c ime back to rescue
i him.   Three men wenl ������- - In a boat, j
I only one. ,.| duffer v ho could not [
"    ��� n stroke, gol out.   Farther down
��� ��� er,   in   the  Revelstoke  canyon,
was where Tom Horn >, ns good n river
mi .   if th   ���     in  th i  northwest,
drownc i ". :::i Jn I; Bi y !. the mail
i ir ". : n ���' who was In deathly ter-
r ir ' f the C ilumbl i nnd who would
i: il \ en go on ihe Ice in the winter,
preferring to wallow through the snow
p I . trails up on the mountains.���Out-
:. g Magazine.
WE endeavor to give satisfaction
to our customers; we think ij
have, as our business has grot
rapidly during the past year,
If you are not dealing wiq
us, we would be pleased to hav
you give us a trial.
The CITY GROCERY
ADAMS & DEANS
:���>:
*ag****^^
Selling Out $20,000 Stock
a^tuS StS P!f ' furniture in'our establishm
W. E. PALES,
no and 718 Columbia Sl     Four pi , ���,
'fafafafafafafav*  '    Rear Extens.-on, Fronl Street. '*
I
X British ColunKibBa Electric Ry. Co., Ltd X
I i'mIi   Ont  ol'  Water,
ii is well known, says Knowledge,
that certain kinds of fishes are able to
live oul of  wafer much  longer than
others,   the   power   being   dependent
upon the length of time that their gllla
are capable of remaining damp.    So
long as this condition lasts lisii arc able
l to obtain tho necessary amouni of oxygen from the air through the modliyrj
i of the water spread over the Que membrane of ih" gills.   Recently n German
has Invented an apparatus by means
of which the .trills can bo kept moist for
an  Indefinite period.    This apparatus
consists of a wooden box with a number   of   compartments   corresponding
with the size of the fishes.   On the floor
of each compnrtmenl is a layer half an
Inch deep of cloths saturated with water which by evaporation keeps the atmosphere moist.   The gills of the fishes
arc thus Itepl damp, while o.vygen Is
supplied from a recoptnelo outside the
| box,    Many kinds of fresh   water l'..-ii I
i have, :t is said,  been kept alive for
from ton e to four days by means of
tbi.'s lngeulous ln\ ntiou.
THE FAMOUS
   i
Rapid, Easy Grinders
.������: ��� ���������"���
Three sizes,���8,10 and
12-inch plates. Alsc
bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutters.
T' J-  TRAPP & CO
Limited
aAlt  . ..JL_,-     ~.
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