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"in likable ground than the Moody
it" ���   :.".'  1 ffoi'     Will  bo  made to
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session will beheld  Pnf:  \. Malins  T. Abbott, W. McRae,
, ping al 7:30,af- T Aflaridale, G. Simpson, i'. J. Peers,
.,. .       1 the  S. Wfaicolmson, J.   [l.  Vldal,    P.    C.
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Bcdlly   lnlttry.
Stiffe'l"'- '���"���!' ������ -������veil, ati !.'���.
ill ilHtiih "inii-.r:. tiebrge Hall, well
linowti in HiIh city ns ;i brewer's as-
plstaht, was taken in fcustody yesterday fevehing by Ofllcera Johnston on 1
Waetkmftld, and kepj overnighl In the
coolest cell at ihe disposal of Jailer
Melnnes. Hull, who is aboul 11 years
of age, has been drinking heavily of
late, and yesterday threatened to do
himself bodily in.iury. A telephone
imi Bsage was received at the police
station fioni the Royal City hbtel,
and the afflicted mun taken into cus-
V f .-.nil charge of drunk nnd
been entered   again 1
b ill likely be    '���
btfore   .      hai 1    la di iss* i
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Railroads Object
Omaha, March 11    tl Is autho
lively announced in a  prlval
of offlcini character    1 am    I I,:
iluit   the railroads  of Nebraska   will
contest   the   two-cent   passenger  fare1
law  which the  li gislature enacte 1   1
week-   ago  and   the   govi mor   Bigni I
last  Weiim sday tit midnight, placing
it in effect  at once.
The Rev, It. A. Sand, pastor of tli"
Lutheran church, left for Anacortes
this   morning,  he   preached   at   Lake
mpbell last night, and will deliver
1 sermon at Anacortes on Tuesday
evening and Maryswell on Wednesday.
M. THE DAILY NEWS
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
FOR THE HOUSEWIFE       furies in the arena.
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.
Phone 275
To Prepare PlcUleil  I'IrV  IVct.
Clean and Bcrape thoroughly ten or
twelve pigs' feet, Boak in cold water
for an hour, then scrape again. I'laee
in a large kettle with two tablespoon-
fuls of salt aud six quarts of boiling
water aud simmer gently for four
hours or until tender. Pack in a stone
jar while hot, laying some of tbe feet
in first, then a few slices of onion, than
more feet and more onion, and so on
until all the feet have been used.
Place two quarts of vinegar in a separate saucepan over tbe tire, with oue
quart of the broth in which the feet
have been cooked, half a dozen cloves,
a half teaspoonful of mustard, a table-
spoonful whole peppers, two bay leaves
nnd two tablespoonfuls of sugar. Bring
to a good scald, pour over tbe pigs' feet
and set the Jar away In a cool place.
It takes several days for the feet u
become pickled. Piers' feet prepared lu
this way may be split In two, wiped
dn. dipped lu melted butter, then In
bread, Indian meal or cracker crumbs
aud broiled for four minutes on each
side and served with sauce piquant or
New Westminster, dipped In frying butter and fried In
butter.
SIMMER'S
SEEDS
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FRESH  STOCK
now in.   Package
and bulk.     List
Prices.
CURTIS'
Drug, Spectacle, and Seed Store
Garnishee.
Fried sausage or forcemeat balls for
rna-t turkey, capon or fowl.
rennel for mackerel and salmon, el
ther fresh or pickled.
Lobster coral and parsley for boiled
Bsh.
Currant Jelly for traine; also for custard or bread pudding.
Seville oranges, in slices, for wild
tue!;. pigeons, tenl and such game.
Mint, either with or without parsley,
for roast lamb, whether Inn or cold.
Pickled gherkins, capons "r onions
for some boiled meats, stews, etc.
A red pepper or small red apple for
the month of a roast pig.
Spots of red .ind black pepper alternated on the fat side of a boiled bam.
which side should He uppermost on thp
serving dish.
Sliced egg*, showing the white and
yellow parts, for chicken salad.
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SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
d.'-ltl Hastings St. W-, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand. Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-rwe   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. I. SfMlIf, B.1A, Principal
Kitchen   III-!).-,,
Carrots should be cut in slices instead of cubes, because the outside
darker part is richer and letter, and if
cut in slices It Is more equally distributed.
Bacon should be soaked In water for
three or four minutes before being
fried to prevent the fat from running.
I* order to prevent milk from burning while being boiled rinse the saucepan thoroughly with cold wate* and
rub It with a little fresh butter before
pouring In the milk.
Shield   For   Hand   When   Conking.
How often does the housewife burn
her hand while working over a hot fire
preparing the meals'.' Probably on an
average once a day. It may be the
lard that flies up or the steam from
the kel lie scorches the fingers wheu
she prods Ihe potatoes with a fork to
see if they are done or in stirring the
preserves.   A Mississippi Inventor, real
Westminster Iron Works
GENERAL MAC1U.M-' ANJJ unuINE
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Si:,tJ 8MITH1.N0, imiuuii :>."d
"    STRUCTURAL [RON    WOKK.
Ornamental iron worm, including
Fences, Gates, Fire Eiscapes, etc.
Mail orders and correspondence In
vited.
JOHN REID,
BEGBIE a'l'KJiJJllT.
Westminster. f. V. 474.
Now
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
For electric signs, dynamos, moto
runs, 'phone fixtures, shades, bells, batteries, wire and cables of all kinds
and size3. House wiring. Motor installing :i specialty. AH kinds of repairs promptly attended to.
J. DIGBV. Proprietor
PHONE 304.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram   Depot ���
��� Vice 'Phone ISP.       Harn  paone 137
Columbia St.
iziuc
Unit
iia:;d ouaed.
these   mishapi
Tbe Wrestling Hatches Between W��-
m<-n   In   Japan.
Describing a wrestling match between women in Japan, a writer says:
���The wrestlers arranged themselves ln
two sides, each led by a captain. They
sat cross legged around tbe platform
iu tbe dirt, all but the two chosen to
benin. who advanced Into the center
with the umpire. Thev squatted upon
their feet and bowed to each other
slowly and solemnly. Politeness tints
being"fulfilled, they stood up again and
bent over opposite one another like
two gamecocks, watching intently for
a chance to sei/.' an advantage. During tbe preliminaries the audience was
teuse with expectation. Then suddenly
the women sprang. hissing at each
other furiously and gnashing their
teeth, at first by simulating ferocity to.
spur themselves up to greater excitement, but. after a few clutches, in
deadly feminine earnest, tbe umpire
meanwhile buzzing dose to them as
they swayed around tbe narrow ring.
������Any and all holds seemed fair means
to the end of pushing a combatant over
the edge. Sometimes with a clean,
throw one woman landed her opponent,
sprawling, in the midst of her frleuds. |
This was the signal for the umpire to
begin, 'HItotsu, futatsu, mltsu, yotsu,
itsusu'  ii ,  two.  three,  four,  fivei.  in
a scries of irregular and disconnected
squeaks, and before he ceased count
lng another wrestler from the losing
side jumped up to meei tbe champion,
wlio stood panting, hissing and spitting
like a boiling kettle in the center of the
arena.
"Th1- time there were no prellml
nnrles. A wild rush, and like two furies or two beasts the women were
struggling again. Some affected quick
Clutches, some locked their adversaries
in their arms and stood stock still for
a full five minutes, Some picked up
their opponents almost at once anil
threw them bodily over the ring, while
others rolled over with them."���Chicago
News.
AMERICAN  ART.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in AU Ktnda ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
TUEs;
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office
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ladlan  Baa      - ,-'    'irttSS
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New  \v
ainster'"Te M
Martin
flees:
barristers   -
i urAN
New VVeEtminster\ '
corner   Clarl.,,,.,  ;���,  ft����Hi
Vancouver, rooms 2] ,,'',"- *hL
Tllle street. J ,.,,,,. ����� -1' 145fj3|
W. Weait, W .;' \,'fm'K-C ���
Bourne. Mr. M , rtit Jm?' *���'
Westminster offices ever, &><���
ternoon ��� F|%
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
Thi
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL AND  RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL  ASSETS  45,400,000
Eighty-five
the world.
branches, with Correspondents throughout
The Way Men of Means Mny I'romole
lln Advancement.
It is an encouraging theory that all
important art epochs have been preceded by epochs of great wealth, und j
it may well be that the present niiiltl
plication of large fortunes will be the
foundation of a more ideal condition
of society, affording, as these fortunes
do, the support of extensive artistic
undertakings, as did those of Genoa
and Venice, And while it would lie ln
sensate folly to till our museums exclu
sively with work by Americans, it in
more nnd more to be expected that our
artist* will profit by tiie showing they
make in such collections as tbe comparative exhibition i>f it few years ago. ���
iu which they held their own with for '
efgn masters of tbe sane departments.
The   first   way.   therefore,   to   help
American art is to buy worthy pictures
by American artists.   Onr rich men-- J
particularly  our  new   recruits  in  this*
class-should bear In mind that au exhibition of,   lef  ns say.  the Society  of;
American Artists, lias as high a stand'
ard of admittance as the Paris Salon-1
and is likely to contain less trash, and>
that, purely as a matter of investment.
to urge no higher motive,  it pays to'
buy the best American work.
Another way for tln.se who wish by
their wealth to. add to tbe pleasure of
their countrymen is to give or bequeath i
a portion of it to a museum for the en j
couragemeat of native art. and to bel
of the highest efficiency such a  bene- !
faction should be without condition.   !i !
is said that In Boston it is not respectable to die without making a bequest to
Harvard university or the Museum of
Art.  Certainly thai city has an envia-
I ble reputation for tbe unceasing, ever
vigilant civic pride and solidarity that
made   Emerson  ex,-laim  of  it,   "Thou
darling town of ours:"- Century,
SAVINGS
O.N'E DOLLAR opens an ac
times a year.   Start to-day.
BAMK
?oum.   Interest adde*
four
1EW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH ���
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
\
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, ami in London,
New York, Chicago and Spokane. t'.S.A.. and Mexico City.
era! Banking Business Transacted.
England,
A Qen-
Lctters of Credit  issued, available
World.
witl. correspondents in all parts of the
Savings Bank Department, Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed ;i'. li per rent, per annum (present rate) added
four times a y��ar.
Total' Assets over $l'68-,O00',O99.00.
NEW  WKSTMIN'STKR BRANCH.
G. D.  BRYMNER, .Man n
Baggage delivered
part of the city.
promptly to \ny
Light and Heavy Hauling
VV. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
uilil   be
avoided, bas patented a guard that affords the housewife the protection
needed. It was designed to be applied
mainly to kitchen utensils���such as
forks, spoons, cake turners and similar
utensils���to proieci tbe band used In
grasping the utensil. This guard is conical in form and ls made of sheet met
al. li is so constructed that ii can be
removed from one article and attached to another and need only be used
when so desired. Free access is afforded for the band, so tliat the fork
or s|. ion can be manipulated with a -
much ease as if wiibout the guard.
\    ,ii  Dlnlnfeutaut.
Dissolve mu-bull' dram of nitrate of
lend In one pint of boiling water. In
another vessel dissolve two drains of
common salt in eight or ten quarts of
cold water. When both mixtures are
thoroughly dissolved, mix tbem together and lot them settle, A cloth saturat
ed with the liquid and hung up in a
room will at once sweeten a fetid atmosphere. Poured down a sink, water closet or drain or on any decaying
matter or offensive object, it will have
the same result.
'I'lic   .Jeliu   nl    Ilomlmy.
In no city in the world is there a
public vehicular system so Irresponsible and so dangerous to human life as
In Bombay. liven were tbe gharry-
walla a Jehu of ordinary Intelligence
the principle of allowing Europeans to
in- chased by two or throe gliarrywal- j
las "sabibing" for a fare would be aa
affronl to tbe civilized public of tha
city. But the Bombay gharrywalla Is
notoriously the most stupid individual
to be found on the earth's surface
while as a coachman be Is the persons,
ficution of cruelty to his horse and <s?
disregard of the public safety.���BonV
bay Hazel te.
The Schaake Machine Works,
NEW  WESTMINSTER, 8. C.
Ltd.
Nol  In   Ifi.i  I.Inc.
Smart- I'm thinking of a trip abroad.
Knox Ob, come now! Vou can't afford that. You're nol accustomod to
lhal sort of thing. Smart Ila, hit! I
simply said 1 \,as thinking of It, I can
afford to think, can't I? Knox N'o.
That's what 1 mean) when 1 said you
were not accustomed to that sort of
thing.���Philadelphia Press.
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple f.eaf
Label)
l'lnialit-,1 Product.
Mrs. Upmore (al bench show) -Look
at tliat   bulldog!    Isn't   he  the  moat
hideous   and    repulsive   creature   you
ever saw? Mr. Upmore (dog fancier)
i You  bet   he  is!   lie's  a   beauty!���Chi- I
Never   Mix  Cider  ami   Vinegar,       , cago Tribune.
Sweet  eider  should   never  be  added 	
Is irainincr, in favor every day.   Our output last year was double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
to old vinegar, because the acetic acid
in the vinegar  will  prevent   the sugar1
In the elder from being converted Into |
alcohol,   and   consequently   tbe   result
Will bo a  very poor quality of watery
vinegar. -Farming,
Sadden   Hope,
Tiresome Caller (after a  long pausel
���jVt our club meeting Ibe other day I
made a move      Miss Sharp (with sud- I
den animation)   Ob,   Mr.   Borelt,  can
you?��� Bliltlmore American.
HOWAY,  REID
ters,   solicitor
street
Westminster
241.
oiicitors,   etc   4-1 f"
opposite .,'^
'���
M.   Ni)
P.O.
BORGE E. M
V*    Solicitor, Guli :
bla and McKenzie
minster, ti. ('.
" ' "1
W. MYERS GR-
and Notary p
IS91 a 1 Nev* '
flees remove I
son street, n
P.O   Box ICO
.���-ui
Hoal
BOARD OF TRADE.���N w VVeBtiiri3
ster  Board of   . meets ::."���
Board Room, C I!, as folim
Second   Wed:. . ;  m
Quart*..ly  in  3 the seem
Wednesday    of     i ,-,. jij
August and  N iven t's :���"'
Annual   u ei   Ing I   ���   -,% j
Wednesday    of
members   iim ��� ��� ���: ri
elected at anj ni . artjif
meetiig.   A. K. v... Sec
SECRET   SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE. NO. 9, A. F. 4 A.I
���The    regular ;  o(   m|
Is held on the !' ���:��� ������������:���
each  month, at   - p. n
the   Masonic   Tei .;
brethren are coi ��i
tend.      Dr.  W.   v.  DeW ill SmiO
Secretary.
KING SOLOMON LOOGE, f'0.17,1
P.  &   A.   M. ���Re 'X'-m:. J
tions of this lodg ������ Held % '.i|
second Tuesday Ii - ic*i m mtb
Masonic Temple '������������ V-
lug   brethren  are Inrite)
to attend.    D. V,
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY.Nol
R.     It.    K.    of
Friday    of    e 1
p.   m.,   In   Ora:   e
Royal avenue
Journing Sir Kn
vited to attend.
P.;  .1. Hood, l<
W. "I
LOYAL   ORANGE   LODGE. IW, ll
���Meets  In  Oral
third Fridaj In ea   1 month al 5
m.    Visiting bn ,,,
invited to attend ��
.lames Humphn
I. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE  NO
The regular n
are held in 0(1
bia  street, ever;
at s o'clock.    VI
dially invite.1
N. O.; C. s. Rl
Coatham, R. S.;   '���
F. S.:  Alex. A I 1
\.
1
I
>. O. U. W.--FRASER LODGE No
-Meetings the flr
-!in    ia    eai li    ' 1
hrethren cordially im I
Lodge room,  \. O. V. W. I
fellows'  block, Chi . ���[
3, Corrlpan, rea '
master vvorkn ai
A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
:OSE
OF   COLUMBIA    L   3GH
115,   SONS   OF   E- B
!(. ; Ro ������ Me: ree
Fourth   vVeri
In   K.  of  P. II
S p. rn.. White I,
Weduosda>    In
1   ne   ind  plnri
cordiallj     In
,-in.ib, . Pr*   ., H
���
\
i
1
JOURT BRUNETTE
Meets the  '-
month  al   I  <������
ball,   Oddfello * ���
brethren are n
tend.    ,1.  B,   R���������-;-
Maxwell, R. S.
���J-
*
. il
.   -   HI
: ��� t
m ii. t '���
:;i
SAWMILL SITES,    UMBER LIMITS,
AWMILL and LOGGING MACHINERY
AND SUPPLIES.
E. W. JOHNSON
Room 4, Guichon Block
To Mend Porcelain I'ots,
Porcelain ware can bo soldered as
easily as tinware by adopting the following method: Brush over the edges
of thc holes t 1 in- mended with shellac,
both inside and outside, and Immediately apply the melted Bolder, which
n ill adhere firmly.
Hi i- Arab)lion.
Elsie (aged live) I do hopn some
Dutchman will marry mo when ! grow
up. Aunt Mary Why dear? Elsie���
'Cause I want to bo a duehoss.
The word  "Jew," str! ���!..   speaking,
menus .\ member at I! a \.,:,, ,,(��� jntUfc
Growing Appreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
===== Sugar Cured =====
Breakfast Hams and Bacon
ti reichenbmTohpANY, Hi
ROYAk.CCLU.Vl!   K*a ���
, fiecoD'l
LodKe are he
nl" I
I COURT
A. O.  F.���The ri
this .
and Fourth T 1
at 8 11. tu. In then ,
Visltins   Brethren      ��*     ,.  c :,:
vlted to attend,   i-
V. p. MaxweU, ^'���,
^RS  Or
re*
THE  ROYAL TEMPLA--
PERANCE meel   e\e*. ,,���,,:..��
at S o'clock p. di ��� in y(|Hw
Hall,    Columbia    Strf eu (fl,j,
Brethren are cordlah) n R ^u
tend, Geo. Burr, S. t-.
Sec. _���---
  nr-=flTA9.|
B0N3 0FSC0TUN0BEN    9.6
SOCIATION, LORDCr i
CAMP, 191.��� M "'
Third Tuesda*
K.   of   V. Hah
Chief; .1.  '. F
l    '
"
.    1 k$o
AV. :;,ARCH  "2. 1907.
HIES DAILY NEWS
�� Recalatlons foi  Disposal
jicp��s    ,   cn Dominion Lands in
M;I1fa'L Northwest Territories
r,7 coai lan* ma>' be  pur;
|0*     ��,c per acre for soft coal
'   anthracite.     Not   more
m be acquired by one
fi r
t- c
2000
I-fIfo?company.      Royalty   ..:
��,e. ., he     llected on the gross
ills shall dc ���
^"joTZ-Persons     of     eighteen
'    ���d over and joint stock com-
c hole :>'
i
I i
b
n i n
lion
iy be
, survey
in  the
obtain
, miners' certificate?
rv for a mining loca-
iree ni ���
I one or rr
certincate is granted
--. not exceeding
in advance of $7 5��
K   '   . .dividual, and from
a"        .       - -  ���������-, for a company.
J to J100 '   '     ���    ���
lording I
[re{ ��� er, Having discovered
, !n | -. may locate a claim
..    marking   out   the
i
bearing
legal   post!
;, one at  each  end of
e, or vein.
II be  recorded  within
, ted within ten miles
ler's office, one ad-
,.,' | , ���.    I   for   every   ad-
ten miles  or  fraction.     The
[J... g a claim is $5.
[  ���<..������ ust be expended on
.   year   or   paid   to   the
lieu thereof. When
has been expended or paid, the
... 1   n   having   a   survey
I.   . mplying with other
T . :hase   the   land   at
an acn
may be granted by the
....    :   tl s   Interior   to   locate
ns contaii ng iron and mica, also
t . k* n Territory, of an
|. nct exc*   ling 160 acres.
he patei t for a   mining  location
||| ....       r   the   payment   of   a
|v-;.'... 0f . . per cent, of the sales j
���the pi       '    of  the  location.
PLACER MINING���Manitoba and,
}J, W. T., excepting  the  Yukon
y: Pi;   er mining claims gen-
'���. feet  square, entry  fe��
{renewable yearly.     On the North
Ikatchewati River claims are either
cr ben h, the  former  being   100
long and extending between high
I |OT ,.. ter mark,     The latter in-
jts bar d . gings, but extends back
[���;-. ��� the hill or bank, not
Iterjing feet.     Where   steam
|tet ii used  claims   200  feet   wide
':������   '������ ined.
..-.   n the Rivers of Manitoba
Itht N   VV   T., excepting the Yti-
jTerril -��� free miner may ob-
eases of five miles each
1 tern twenty  years,  renew-
n the        rction of the Minister
I the ir,!--   -.
The >-������ ���'��� right is confined to the
 -��� II    i-  cr bars of the river
low any ! w writer mark, and sub-
[firsi yi ' nd $10 per mile for each
)���':"��� ir. Royalty same as
���on
IP'.ic!- n g in the Vukon Ter-
l'!';-1 " . gulch, river and hill
i:~- not   exceed   2S0  f��t  rn
h, measured on the base line or
ral !'::��� ti -i of the creek 01
th  being  from  IOOO to
feet.     '..'.   other   placcT   claims
be 2;   feet square.
I -   marked   by   two   legal
ts, 01     u   each   end.  bearing  no-
must be obtained within
days if the  claim   is  within  ten
lie- of tin   mining recorder's office,
pit extra ���'. y allowed for each addi-
pnal ten 1      ��� or fraction.
V'" pei       ot company staking a
im must      Id  a  free  miner's cer-
piying fee <if $a      \ c|aim ���
abandoned  and  anothei
the   same   .r.rk.   gulch   01   ,
giving notice and paying      :������
Work   must   be   don.   , n   a
each year to the value ol ,1 |,���.| $,���,
A   certificate   thai   work   !...
abandoned,  anad  open  to
and entry by a free miner.
The  bound.,!:,,  of a cl.11,11  ���,
defined absolutely by having
made  and   publishing   ni I
Yukon   Official   Gazette
Petroleum    mi   unappropiated   Do
minion Land- in Manitoba, the N. rth
west Territories and within the Yukon
11 rntory, ..re oj.cn to prospecting for
petri leum, an I  the minister may r<
serve   for  an  individual  cr company
having machinery on  the  land  to  be
prospected, an area of 1920 acres Tor
Mich   per:. ,!   as   he   may   decide,   the
length of which shall not exi eed three
times the breadth.    Should the prospector  discover  oil  in   paj ng   quan
ti:u-, and satisfact rily estal
discovery,  an  area  not  excei ling  640
acres, including the oil well,  will be
sold to the 1 - is]    tor at the ral
$1 an acre, and the rem., ndei    [ thi
tract   reserved,   namely,   1280   acres,
will be sold at the rate of $3 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rate as n ..������
he -mi cifii d by 1 ir ler in C* uni il.
W. W. CORY,
Deputy of  the  Minister  of  the  In
Dept. Interior,
terior.
Trains & Steamers
t'P.H     MAIN   LIN!
DETERMINING  LEVELS.
Ij
-  W   1., in. an N  W   n   ,
C P 11 MI88ION 1111 \\i 11
'     ���   W    B 30;  in   Seattle  1:, :.u
ave Seal e  I    :n. Br   \   VV   II  10
Wl     I'M JN ST Kit .11 ACTION
8 30, i" ...   1 . 1,1   1 ,    |
'���* 35, 11  . ,   ii. in   [g .|n.
I.. .u,
\M.    VI
N   \\
N  W
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY
lv  N, W. 9.20 a.m . ni   R, r,u- , ,, m
L.V. N, \\. I ... p.m.; ai   Seattle in u m
p.m.
1.1
V . w,
N   \S'   ,
V.im
��   Y.
:i p. m
uver S.
(I. N. R.
N.   VV.  9
VANCOUVER
and !*:,:, p, m.
���1 a.m . and \ p m.
POR I' QUICHON.
SB  11111.;   ht. QuickoD
In
1
orthern Pacific
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel un the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train,   Low Rates.
QuickTime Excellent Sir-, ice.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
ANH ALL-POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round   Trip
Rates   to   Southern   Cali'oi-nia.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver. B. C.
A. D, CHARLTON,
Portland. Ore
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
l.v
i.uu p.m.
Lv. Qulchon, 2:40 p, m.; ar. n. \v.
5:45 p in  and 6 p. m
Mondays only.
B. C, ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER
l.v.   New   Westminster   5.50,   6.50,   1
:.; S a. n:., and every half hour there-
' ���    tl I 11 p. m.
l.v. Vancouver for Westminster at
��ame hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
ii- -. \ cr���
Kri ::. N   W. Men. Wed. Frid.
Prom Chwk. Tu., Th.. Sat.,
lan . :... -
I      ������  N   W. Tu., Th., Sat. S a.m.
I ' -���- ..   Sun., Wed.. Frl., 7 a.m.
DOWN  RIVER.
���1 .nsfer���
From N.v.". dally, ex, Sundaj 2 p.m.
A ; I. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
From Steveston, 7 a.m. (Frl. 6 a.m.)
triulfwc   fi.r   a   I  11 rntr   In   (tit    limhcl
Otl  Dominion   I anile  In  U10   Province
if ii.itlsh Columbia.
��� ��.... .1 1 'end*'��� aiidn��������� ...I to (he
''cimml iiin< 1 "i Dominion Lnndu, i*c
hi inn rn ni Hn- Interior, nnd marked
uu lhe envelope Tendei for Tlmbi 1
Hi uh \'i :.i I," will be received ai
H'Ih I '��� I'.ni im in until I ' o'clock noon
1 11 Wi line iilny, the 24th dav of April,
I "��� M-,. ., a,enae to cul timber on
Berth \.. ill, i ..mi rii him the Xorth
hall ol lhe South West quarter and
Hie South hall ol the North West
irtei   ..1     Si 1 (Ion   6,   Tow nship   is.
' '...M-l       M.   ' Mil   111.     , Mill.Illl
CHINESE CAPITAL
MUST STAY AT HOME
Ministers    Alarmrd   Over    Amount
Mono)   Expended Outs.de lhe
Celestial  Empire.
H.IS...I t,   WM, I,   F ,cr>   Man   M����   fl*
Ml*   <�����% 11   h,��r, <-> or.
A simple ��a\ of roughly determln
Inp levels, and cue which can readllT
ba practiced bj anj one and which h.i��-
the  advantage  of  not  requiring any I '������
special apparatus, Is by means of a
Kpirii level and ������* board with a straight
ixlp-    The way t.> p> about i< is this-
Pirst determine nn i��i* points the lev 	
��ls  of   which  vou   wish  to kiwiw   and
drive  stakes  into  the ground,     then       Hon*   Kon��-  March   ��    Th<
take a board with a straight edge and   '"'   :   "   nment,  realizing   the  disad
tack it to a trea, .; one happens to be   vantage China  is laboring  undei   in
available,   In  a   line  with  those  two   the development of her Industrial en
stakes    Put the board at such a hc.slit    :,.,;.;.,,   ;,   \...-, ...
thai >cii can readll)  sight over it and   materials  from abroad,  is anxious  .
carefully lew 1 this hoard hy means ot    ,     . 	
1 use steps i.  counteract lhe   "esc-,.
lhe spirit level    Then sight II over to
COn8tant    drain   of
li.c.l   nl   lh,
iu  nn
lh,
ward one of the stakes, having some
one at that stake who will, by means   and for this purpose
Chinese
is trying to en
1 |1<
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1 use
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8 a.m.
7  a.m.
Mail Service
Close.   Received.
5�� . ria S imas 7.45 a.m.   (��� 40 p m,
3a erti .. an 1 Mill-
side, N'o   1  7.45 am
1 an ouver, N     I. 7.45 a m.
: N R Cl* vei lale,
Blaine .SeaUli   .  x 15..
.'..:.   ^ 1'. n. Pai k 1" 30 a m,
.'i. toria   Hi 30 a.m.
.11. 1 ol  11.11 acre ,n 011  or less.
hoi ih  ninsl   1 e sui vej ed  w ith
real   aftei   the  acce   an* e ol
regulations under which  .1  II
��ill   he    issued,    .iis,,     |n inted
��� ih r and civ 1 ���',,,..
I ni ihis llepai(menl 01 ai lhe
nf the Ci iv 11  Tlmbi 1    \- ��� nl   il
N'i ..   w .   ��� :n:ii [or. I    i'
lOach '. ndi : uinsi . a* companied
h> mi aci opte 1 1 he pu on ..... ered
haul* In favour ol llu Di pntj of the
Minister of iho Interl . lor Uie am-
ii,iii of the bonus whi* 1 the appli-
1 ' prepared to paj foi 11 li< ense,
N'o ti ndi ; h} I. legraph w ill he 111-
I* 11.'.inc.1 The highest or an.\ lend' 1
nol  in cessarlly accepted
PBRLEV  Q,  KEYS,
Se. rei ai j
D* partmenl of the Interior,
Ottawa, February 23rd, 1907
BLACKSMITHING.
of a small piece of paper, locate the
point at which your line of vision cuts
ii tn other words, where a line pro
Iccted from your sighting hoard would
strike the stake Make some sort of
mark at this poinl and then ^.,-ht to
the other slake 111 the same way and.
mark the point where Ihe line would
striken lt\ measuring distances that
thc-e two points are above the ground
you can gel iho difference In levels
with reasonable accuracy. For In
stance, if your line of vision has ,-ui
one stake eight feet from the ground
and the other one five feel from tho
ground, then obviously the diffei mei
In level Is three feet, or, In other �� rds,
the vicinity of the stake 011 which tiie
mark is live feet from the grouud is
throe feet higher than the other stake
and yon will have n three foot  fall
from   .:::. nlUg   from  tins  point   to  till
other.   Farming
THE  ELOQUENT  NUDGE.
Trntl    In
11.35
.: Ill
a ill
I 0 p.n
2.0* , ������::
:��� ��� - .. m
Having bough I out the Blacksmith-
lug I .-mi s.. of R ll. Benson, 1 will
b* pleasi I lo see all his 0'. 1 customers, ns well as new mis Horseshoeing a specialty,
'.. ���  :' 1 nai 5   ....
,a Ini r, Stev* sl  n,
1 13 ',' m    I 15 p m.
H.   M.
KNUTSON.
Eighth   Street.
An  Incident   11 lu-iri.iii.ji
\\ omu'i Knture.
"lia yen see the woman v. aik.ii;: ll
front of us there?" asked the man with
the fashionable tie to the friend who,
was strolling up Broadway with him.
"Do yon notice anything particularly
striking sbout her! Nothing, excepl
that she is very well dressed? That's .
what 1 would say Now, I'll bet yon
half a dollar that when she passes thc
three women walking just ahead of her
. ci urage native entei,  Is< s an .
factnres ot every  description.
it has recently occurred to ������ nm
the hich ministers tn the capital
China, in tho carrying oui of hei
enl extensive plans of railway eon
strnction, must require a \asi quan
lily of rails and sleepers, and if all
these have to be purchased from
abroad, China's wealth will be Im
measurably drained Consequei *
tl.i so ministers have proposed i<* the
governmenl to Mike steps to procure
the slee..o:s in China itself, from the
forest-clad mountains In Saechuen,
Yunnan, Rwangsl, and other provin
ci -. and put a stop to furthei .������ Ii ���
for sleepers from abroad
in the matter of rails, tt is gener
all\   known  tha-   the   sled  works   al
Hanyang are working night  and  day
j to meet the growing demand for rails
in  China, and    are   erecting a  nevi
plant of an extensive character to in
1 "ease  (he  output     As  there  is no
fi av of any  lack of iron ores, the Ta
yeh Iron mines heing among the rich
1-1 In the world, the Hanyang works
have .. greal future before ihem   and
1 ipe In ihe course of a few years, to
aide lo supply the hulk of the rails
. juired for iron road construction in
China.
ll.OOa.tn.
: P R east, s.m , er-
ti n. Millside ..'.: 1
Ham     :' 00
i.m.
11.35 a:.-.
Min   an i  i: .. nal *   ' 1*
i.m.
. 00 ] m
i N R   Flyer    .     .4.00
-
rin   ������'.:. 1,   T .ei
ai : I'm lay      ...12 00
rn.
12 10 m.
J.HENLEY
i
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British  Columbia  Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
S. C.  Coast  L.rie Ser\ :e
ALASKA ROLTE.
eel to 1 hau���� �� '��� b
Manufacturer  ol
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family
Tel.   113,
NEW    WESTMINSTER
Trade a Specialty.
Office.  Eicdit*  Street.
all  three  will midge each oilier simul
taneonsly." Tc-Niglit's Attraction
TllO    "iiiiiiii    hell,ml    was    walking        \   musical   farce  comedy   sai.l   ..'  be
faster than the three in front and she  c: unusual excellence, will be lhe at
soon passed them    The three women   lract|on a) ,nQ 0pera House on Tues
looked her ovei from foot to 1 ead, tl en
nudged eai h other with their elbows as
If possessed \> Ith tho same th mght,
"Mow did you know It?" Im ulred lh*
trli nd as the other pocketed the hall
dollar.
"l didn't kuow It." ��as the reply, ' ll
1 had it would have heen taking an Uli
fair advantage of yen to bet.    But  I
B.   C.
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Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
lay,  March   12th,   the    managemeni
having on fortunate In securing the
three-act  play,     My   Wife's Family,"
lhe combined  work of Hal Stephens
nd    Hai 1 j   Linton, prolific    and   mm
c. ssf-.ii w iters of that stylo of entei
ti Inmenl     This  merry   concoction 01
ii n.  ni.isic  and  and amusing  frivolity
\..i; greeted bj warm praise wherevei
presented lasl season, as the jolllest,
cleanest   and   liveliest    ol   comedies
seen in lhe musical world, a constant
creator of laughter, thai Is simply ii
"j I re8.l8ta.ble.   Clever comedians,   pretty
women' nguage which means Rirla nnd a whole ensemble well nigh
something that cannot be pul Into perfect in every detail. The eostum
words, but \\Iim1i every other woman ,r!._ electrical and stage effects are
understands."   New  Vork Press correel  in evei\  detail.   The engi
'  should
was reasons I ly certain of 11 There Is
a ecrtatu Indescribable something lu
some women's manner, appearance and
carriage tha' chuiws all other women tc
nudge each other al slfllt of her 1
couldn't tell yon just what it is. but I'm
ready to put ni> a wager on II e\
time.     The nudge is simply a  pari
���cate.
Anil all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and the MARI- . ��
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls.
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO.  W.  VA'siX
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
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���   claim   *.f   t'-'oo   feet   in
'   the  party  consists of
(together, on the out-
no   royalty    shall     bf
est of the psrrty ordin-
'/ claims   - iv.
E"!ry I*    ?to    Royalty at the nn
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WHEN  GOING EAST
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���- ol all pereons who
.  receive rutin's foi
: !   :.. li claim*, excepl
mm .111   River,   whei e
ll   dge   tO   liilsli wale:
��� ��� ittve leasehold
shall have a dredge in
a one season from thc
for  each   five  mile
rson or company ha
than   one   lease   one
��� I'ci'ti miles or frac
mi  m nt.     Rental, $in
-   each    mile   of rive,
'.   al   the   rale  iif  two
1 cent, collected on tl��
'   ��� 'n'i.''-   $TO.OOO,
1 the Yukon Territory
miles  each  may  lie
' e miner :��or a tei m ol
renewable.
chail have .'.'no  dredge
thin   two  jcars   (nun
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U, ''���: Rental $100 per mile
fotapt, ���' bc  l,;,i<1 '���"  ""'
Thei.      .    .
I,!,,^,;':',    r'ght is confined to (he
-:,,,,, '   ' '  or bara in the rivci
lsiyt(i'.'  ' ''I'    mark, that  boutl
Pn day '��� 'v '!:; position on the
fttf o( 1 t  in thr  year of Ihr
I      "' illl    .    ,,
���Ml   ���'	
: ,;, .,  . shall receive a granl
h  ,. '        ne mining claim  on
put the nver' crcck  "r  enl' lh
bml���r '    '   miner  may   hold   Bny
Vei ;. by  purcliaae, and
work   their   iliuiiH
CO
ljy filing notice and
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Ever>  Da*   n th�� x ���
vi":'v. I EN
Minneapolis. St. Pad
and Ckicago
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spokanr; raits & Northern Ry Co.
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Red Mountain Ry, Co,
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,.  .-��� ���.      . . .:   ;   .   -.���,:'-   ;.-  K. ~,
.  .   \. . .      ermediaw po nts
..     j       SpoVane writh the Greal
s,   ���.-      \,   hi      Pai    ���  and 0   K
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Rosi ���   ���  ������ ���'���   ". I an
The   \V��r,l   "t rnnl."
Crank In the sense of an eccentric
person la a new word The very tirst
written lustancc <>( crank In thc mod
em sense that  could he follUd  for  Dr
Murray's dictiouar) was lu the report*
nf the trial of Quitean, Presldenl Gar
hold's murderer Guiteau'a reference
to Bomebody as a crank gave Uie wer,!
a vogue lhat lias gone on spreading
Bul the adjective cranky was- knowc
lu its" as meaning sickly (thc German
"krnuk"), und to Dlckeiw In lhe Beuse"
uf eruss ami crecliety In all ilsi mean
lugs it spriiiirs from the root Idea ol
crookedness, ms docs crank In Its si\
teciitli century Reuse of a deceitful
trick, as in "or, j.s nml cranks."
correct lu every detail.   The
ment   of "My   Wife's  Family'
piove to i>e an artistic and Una ���
success,
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Kaniai Ctty to Chh ^t-'-
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M. Power'( EMTTt ESS 03 RtE5bANl        toss
N'fi is ih,. lime to semi for your
fi'lomlK in lln OMI rouriiiy while the
rates are low. Toui'isi Sleepers run
m, S'M  .lo'm  (0 conned   with  Empress
:��� -vt  [ing, March 22nd.    For other
h  .'   and -ate. ai        to
ED. Gori.i.r.
C.P.R. Agent.
IHE MORNING PAPER IS THE BEST
PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS.
The  HlRtnr]   of Tncttua,
The entire hlstorj  of   I'a.  ins, as ��������
have die work,  waa regained  from n
s'.ni;!.  ici'v found in the Bfleenth een
liny   ill   a   i loua -','-.*   of   U'oslpluilhi
Thai we should owe lhe works of lh!
antli V i , oue copy i- ii reinarknhte elf
cutnstancc,   for  the  liiupcror  Tncltui
who clnlti ed to ho n desceu taut of th*
historian,   hud   copies  of   the   history
placed in every   llltrnry  nf the emplri
and each j ear had leu cople   I    I   r
.al i.i i :v ei;    u io sei ilai -    Ml, ll
se.nis. perished, Bave lhe Westphnllai
copy
I , ,-  i ,.  H   niii:, ,,ii,
".in.' half of I ivi    I's happiness '-
sob i.l w I., u n | , ii ns ie min !
Ills; oi> n i .. dm   ���
"i. s   hul   ll thi   other half thnl
causes || e  moat   Iroillllc."
"Wl.. Ms (In :   "
"Hei      .  ��� er people to mind tholrs "
[Tome N'otcs
\.. t< i.;. i i.iui.iit.
Mrs  .i.   e.   i>.. von appreciate whal
lhal   ��� y... are eulln . 1   Tramp (with
bl ���  i,MMi.M   ii'':    n.'i i!    Mis   Jones
Well,  thai   is  augel cake   with  wlui
|elly and \\ hipped ereani.    TTOmp   Oh
well, anything tastes good when a fei
ler's hungry, mum I- N'o., York Press
Hotel Guests.
Guichon w. H Wilson, Porl
Moody; 11. R, Kir,a. Vaiieoitvei .
Charles Seavens, Byron Barker, Burn
shy: George I. Rosing, cltj . Thomas
Mciinc.li. N A. HHl ami friend, Mon
(real;  il. s   Elliott,  r/oronto,
Win.Ise:     p    \\     KeOUgh,     Sea::'
.1    JenltlnB,   A   Hansen.   H.   M.   Kiiine
li !���' ll Rlnnee, Vancouver; R, m.
Ueiisnii nnd wife, Coquitlam; <; D.
Mi Donald, Grand Porks; s Todd,
Victoria; M, .1 Ki mp, wife and children.   Boston,   Mas-- .   w,   1.     Lowe,
Vancouver; ii \ Williamson,
tie: ,i r. Cunningham, \unlvia.
Colonian \ W, Bryant and
( G, Se\ --in ii lt. Alluvia: 1. w
rain. New York; G, u Scherbei
i.'i'ies.   s   Thompson,  Delta
Seal
wife.
De
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Romp   He   linrn   II.
Fair Passenger They say \mi can't
: fool a street ear conductor with a
! plugged nickel, hut 1 worked one off
ou him a few minutes ago. The Othei
Passenger- I Unmv It, madam, He
gave it to mo in change just now.���Chi-
"civ.."i Tribune.
Ad |uitab -.
JonKinf    That's    tlio    way    the
tltii    was ti   I to nn but, of course,
there's ahi ays i 101 e : han i ne side
lo n ��� ���
\\ i-M'          i e, there   arc
alw -.>}   ..- n am lo a story as
there Bre pi i Houston r.'i.
fc'.r"    ���  tl     Bores.
"I'. ': * - thai when you
0 I.   your   littli to   r* cite   it
uiaKi - i".. oi . feel like going
home?"
"Yes."
"Then u liy do       do il ?"
"'1".:::' i wil W [ton Star
M.i   Exploded   Theory.
"I'o you bcliei aen are crc-
ated . qual, Mr. >-.
"X,it o) a ,,'M Why, that
baby of ruine knows more now. although hi onli thi m days old,
than 0 ] oplc ever learn."���
Houston  Post.
De
thi
The   ll, .sl   I.llernlnre.
The best literature of our day is not
In fiction, It Is lu poetry. In biography
In history and In criticism.- London
Sphere
Chia Off the Old Block.
���  1 ong-*-I\ met your son
morning,
Shortleigh���-Pon"t you think he
resembles me a good deal?
Pe Long���That's what. He tried
lo borrow a dollar from me.���Detroit Tribune.
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for less than 25 cents. _   D    ,    ,  .   .,  ,        ,   ,,
���~~~~~~~~~*���~~~S~~~^^. 0. B- Joyful. Railroad Maggot 	
TELEPHONES. Inspector   Schultz.   Senatorial   t'onslii IK ut]
Day Office  .... a->?   J.'dge Who say. Senatorial constituent   Gowan Macgowan
Mi���l,��   /-,��:..   _ _ ...
:;in acres on Pitt Lake. 100 acres open bay land, balance easily cleare
Price $20 per acre. $1,000 down,  balance on easy   terms.
160 acre.-- iii Chiiliwack;  all cleared and fenced; an excellent farm for   i
fruit  and  grain.    Price $75 per acre, lull   lown.
A  Mus.cal Tom-Foolery Produced unde,' the Direction of the Author James   ' v,  acres,   8   miles   from  the  city,   close to 1400,1   road.    Price $1,500.
W Evans. s acres on Vancouver road, close  to car line;  6-roora house, large hen
bouse;  25 fruit  trees;  small fruits;  hoi  house;  workshop and  good stable.
Price $4,200, $1,000 down,  balance   1,   2 and 3 years at (', per cent.
11   acres  on  corner  Hastings and   Royal Oak   roads.  $150  per acre.
10 aires. 3 miles south easl of ci' y ; good  roads,   ['rice $20 per acre.
15 acres dose to Porl Haney postofflce;   8V&   acres  garden,   100    fruil
PLAYERS , trees and  good  barn.    Price$3,150.
...    Many   Davis |is  acres on car line at city limits;   5-room   bouse;    (50  hens   and   hen
joe P. Bllodeau house; l good cow and stable; household furniture; 30 fruil trees bearing.
   Fred Davis priCe $3,150.
J. S. B. OBrien lL, ���(loi| mi���|,,ni houses from $1,800 to $12,500.   Lots in a'll parts of the
���         ' city from $80 up.   3 business properties on   Columbia   street.     Call   and
 nii        -           ^^^k look over these investments.
Night  Office    B22   Squire  Tooipkins,  Senatorial Constituent       Karl H.  Warnes
���   Suffering Peter, a bit of color      W.   li.   Mumford
Heap Run. an Oriental    E.   Mills
  The   Army        Welland  R.  Gordon
~~-������"���~~~~~~~  The Best Man  lin readiness)���Messrs,   Johnston,    Peele,    English,    Burr
TUESDAY.   MARCH   12.   1907. G1lcrlst,   M;u,in.
"Ihe Bridesmaids  (in  readiness) ���Misses    Lewis.    Bllodeau,    A.   Turnbull.
A  REPITITION   OF  HISTORY. Wells, Gifford, Peele.
Everyone   instinctively   knew     thai   The Irish   Maids���Misses Homer, W.  Turnbull,    McLaln,    Wardle,    Spring,
i:"   ��� '���' ' ���'-  of   the  Columbian   were McNamara
eatin--   -:   "'" ���!    the    empyrean   Priscllla,  Tbe Season's Catch���uncaughl     Gertrude Wearl
' l,e    " ' 'M :" li:'' ':���   gel much high-   Miss Dainty, the Schoolma'am   leanette   Peele
!ie  New   Westminster  fish-   Janey    vinia   Corbould
?ation would utterly and mis-   Mama   O'Which       Grace   Corbould
11 In its mission to Ottawa to   The Fortune Teller      Grace  Corbould
the Interests  of this city and The   Little  O'Whichs���Little   Willie, Frank Bllodeau;   Peaches, Etta Coon";
"���   fishermen   along   the   river Denis, A. Thompson;   Violet, A.   Fletcher;    Francis,   A.   Henderson;
7'   the  efforts   of   the    cannery Emile Zola, Campbell  Watson;   N Bonaparte,  Willie (' 1;   Los  An-
Qe '" c'ose the river to fishing geles,  (). Reichenbach;   Bismark,  \V. Harvey:   Benjamin  Franklin.
"'"'   lb*'   bridge   and   prohibit   fish- Students.   Picnicers.   Phantoms   etc.
'together nexl year.    [, waS no-
���  -   to the Columbian thai  the fail- SCENES.
the delegation    would    have A("r 1.���The railroad station al Whispertown, 0 junction on  the  IV  of B.
';in'   m'n   to   hundreds  of the   net (Dispenser of Blues) Railroad.   Principal   competitors  of  the    Big    4,
fishermen and a serious blow to this ��� (sass;   Susan Sorrowville System).    The  engine   is   run   by   laughing
Pity.      In   fact,  the   Columbian     has gas and oiled with mirth bubbles.
mown its disregard for the interests ACT  H���Happyland,  up  Spoontown  way.     A   place   often   heard   of bul
"'  ;!>i- city and  the    fishermen    all seldom seen.
along by   supporting   a  local   govern- = =====  ^	
Therefore it  was time !
ONE NIGHT r.
TUESDAY, IZi
Return   0
Stephens & L
arch
Preseni  lhe   m.
'nton
My Wife's Fa^
'y
be real laughing Bhow
1""1'1'-   r,��'  of Fun and \,   ���
Headed by  tl ��� ',N;
Appleton & p
iou enjoyed it iaai        y'
o_ l ���   far-
HALE & LANE,  Real Estate Agents
248 Columbia St., New Westminster, B. C.
and at CALGARY, Alberta.
See it
again.
���..**"��-����   ani   50c.    GaS|
Seals on sa',.   ,   ,:      _ Q
Saturday morning ��    "���
menl  whose fishery policy was avow-   '"- "" vvar-      ' m''���"i' "   was unie : H      I   H't
edly to accomplish   both  those ends.   :":'  '��e  government    to  take action.      "'Was it Hamlet whoVSsaid.'There
i'ur   tne failure    ,,f    the    delegation   And A1:'  Duff-V vv'(s able to quote from j is something rotten in Denmark?'"
would have mightily pleased the Col-   a   sl)eech    by    ex-Premier    Balfour:      "I believe so."
iimbian.  for other reasons, to wit-   n   "Lord Clanricarde is the general type j     "'What roused his suspicions?"
"I don't know. Perhaps ho was trying nut bis play in a district whore they
raised storage eggs for the market."
reasons, to wit:   ii
he
:   have   seri,���ls]y   prejudiced  the   cf al'sentee  landlord.    The  only  way
ieets  nf a   Liberal  candidate  in   "' deal wi,h his Cilse is '�� bring in a |
fbis  district,  have
injured  our mem-   ;'m  '" deal   with    him    specifically."
' litlcally,   and   have discredited The leader of   the    government, Sir 1               p   -     T,      .  c     ,
the   |.'.','i,���,     -i-i 11,,,,,,     ,.        1   ,, ,,                                                        busier Than It Sounds.
..    ;,���-:   ' '���    Editor of the Co- '>     Campbell-Bannerman,   agr ,      "What are the duties of a congres-
"'" '��. Ql course, a devoid Tory; vvith  "'"  member for South Galway,   glonal investigating committee?''
nevei   forgiven   Mr   Kennedy and dec,ai-ed thai  ther,. was no justi- j     "They are sent out  to actively en-
s""n '   drubbing   received   at ,if';"i"" for Lord Clanricarde^actions   8aSe in not seeing and not hearing and
' ids ai   the  lasl  Dominion  gen- nnd   attitude.    He  strongly  condemn-   t0 I'l'p0I't lenfithlly and wise on their
eral election:   and   be  (the editor of ec1  ""' nobleman,  but    he    regretted ' BUceess'"
���   1] in il n    m ,. esald 1  bitterly
re-
that   parliament   had   too   much   work
To Test an   Egg
If you wish to know if an <?��<," is
^^^^^ ^^^^^H^ll JktttsM 1 irosli.   iMii'-e   r.   :n   a   lia.-iu   of   coM
'    I  of the editor  of    the    Daih   c<   ' ""' hlil tor future consideration. | w,,���,   ',,��� j, remains .��� thc boitom
:'" :'""   thai   he  was nol  senl   "" hand to pass s'"'11 ;l  bill this ses-
on  the New  Westminster delega lon,   >]"n    The S��vernmenl agreed  to ac- L     ,
--  _.   ...v   r,,,,,,,   ,,f    the    Daily   '''   ' i'"' '"" l01' future consideration '
Tb^stl^^o.e situation ini ^ """ debate   to��* ""��<-   �� l>��   It is all right; if it floats at all "it" U
nutshell. "Pftncfl tfi ,se
Liki
bi en announced   that   Augustine  Blr-
rell, Hie new  Chief Secretary for Ire-
. ��� lovi loi 11   mm iel '���:   mcieni storv ,
, ,      , .... ,   ,, 1,11,1. lias been Liivim; consideration to,
v ho decrei il     i 111 few     im.,  11 ,1     ins
, ill'-   mailer,   and  has   aniu'iineeil   thai 1
to-night,    ami "ma le  - >od    b\   ' nirl- ., ,     '
, , I,., will introduce a measure    for In
m g   L-:r:���-.':   upon   the   clanging     i ip . , ,   ;   ,,
of rather doubtful freshness; and
if ii finals gaily on the surface you
may be certain ir is quite had.
Flaxseed   Lemonade.
land similar to lhe East Indian enact-I Mi.X the juice of one lemon with
1' r    tbe vindictivi political capita   n , .     ,, .   , ; ���_  ,,,,,,.1,   .,,,,.,r .,.  ;+ ,r;u  tnl-e  nn
ment tor ihe management of the es- *s inuPh sugar a^ 11 win i.iKe up.
ot the Columbian    ecreed in advance, ���    ,      ,. ,      , J A,l,l iu.��� ,.,hk nf l���,i!in,r ititpr .mil
te nt any person, who. bv reason of - ���rt"" ,u�� ' "l1 M '"'ll!n? "illlr ,l"u
hi   fishery delegation  shall  1101  sti ,     .    ,' ,    nnnr this lemonade 1 ioi 1 in��� >- hot over
t:ge, sex, or any physical or mental P()U1 '"' leuiouaui. ih>iiih��� uui ovcx
reed,'1 aad  "makes good"  in  his own   ���  ,.     ., ',     ,'   , . , i-,Vo inhlpsTioorifuls llavseed     Let it
infirmity,  or  such     habits  as  lie  mav laun-bjiouiuuia  unsneeu.     i.ci. ji
character! tic way  '���:���  recklessly  hurl-   .        . '
ms  himseli   againsi   the  facts of the ' ca,I8M' '"'    was    lik"'>- to
case in such an intelligence-insulting   ''""��� "1J'"'V '" the l"'' rt-v or wel''
-    awl as thai with which he defaced g ��f ln,er,or tenants'    Mr' Birre"
editorial columns last night.  This        '! ���T   S,"""'h S''M; L���.^^--	
1 feel no aversion to make .������.,.],   WANTED���Smart   offie,.  boy      Apple
onsible   for  the   passage   through       '- Urne street
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
��������� eai pretended friend of the fisher-
1 ������:. is : he Mime man who loudly called in the editorial columns of the
.ime 1 .i,,.M'. ,1  few  y ears ago, for an
Uf
- house of a bill which would pro-
;  ,sc   lo  treat   l-ord  Clanricarde  after JaPa"e"   B��y ~  Attending  school
ihe   fashion of the  Bombay  Cour.  of wants work with ^""1 famll-v hl n"
example to be made of the fisbermeii   wards.     I   would not   propose to ex- turn for board and lodging.    Apply
him,    I   would  simply take   . r' s- R ��' box 545' City' 6d-G(J
from hlm the managemeni  of his es-
���<'���'���      li   has  :"'"ii  pointed  oul  thai
." late  Is haunted  by  the ghosts 1
,'' murdi re I men.    It is not for us or
  ^^^_^^^^^|iit   ail.vlio.l;     In   ilerl.'l'iiiilie      win
.    il Commons and was sympath-   u���   ,.ea]  murderers,    li   is enough  to
 ��� 1   by      ���'���""'
Men the* .'.ni into a labor conl 1 ivei
r    al  Si e\ ston.
AN   IRISH   LANDLORD.
'. im   - ire of an unusual  kind  ivas
Intro luced    in   I hi    British
RENNIE'S
NOW IN
AT
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
Applications Wanted
Applications .,
DAY,   15th   in-' .   ���
made   vacant   by   1
Dr.   DeWolf Smil
���>'.   I le ilth for ilu- 1
VY
Hall.   \ew    \
March  9,  '
We have just placed in slock the first
consignment of our Spring Shirts, and
they are beauties. Light and medium
colors; mostly in ordinary cut. Quite a
few in the coat shape stylo. Cuffs attached and detached. Made by the celebrated W.G. & R. and Took*: Bros. Ltd.
Special General Meetin
R. A. & I. Society
ii  greal majority   1 , ,,.. ,,,,,,   ,, ,
^aM^aM^s^sE^s^sWss^sE^sam sue 1 1
the n   mbei i,    Bays   the   St. John 'langei
LOST���On sixth or Columbia streel
a lady's gun-metal watch, valued,
not as a time-keeper, bul for the
sake of old associations. Findei
liberally n warded. Return to this
office. def
PHILL
The WARDROBE CLOTHIER
'I"' community."
WANTED   TO   RENT���A   live   or   si:
I"   expropri        ,.-���. u;i..^	
��� ���   lyol ,ii, Kiri ,   , |h��� , arde ,,     .'. ,'V ���     fs ',r  """'"  :'"'"��� of      roomed   house   by   family   of   ion
��� ol  the Inhuii ..   ��� . itmeni ���, C T    aW81ha8;been ^ ��n,      Address "House," P.O. box 88, cif
!'!�� tenants, the land to be afterward          ,         C ��nr enrde     Incirlen,   Bhows
"M .0 'be  ple.    'I       :   Hot Clan '"n,"' �� "' :'" '";" "^ ta��toQ",L WANTED-for genen ���s,
'���Iranle 1 ,a,-s to be one of the w irsl '    ' ^ """'"'' '"' :'  '""' ""'"       W��rk  l""1  C';,1'��  ��r children'    ^"'l
of   Irish  lam ,1.    v lineal ' ���'      """,'  "'iS,"'y'      "' '"iS ;""'"      '" "   K"" S""'1'"' Six
UBren.Ii I the kings of ConnauJhl ''" " "ractica,lv ��"��� I     """ and Tenth street
In  ibis par-
practically unanimity in  the  House of Commons���
1    live
del'-l:
als,  conservative
aborites,  mi- j
ha 1  in regard    whatever for
his tenants, no Interesl  In  their wel-
fiile.  but  ]..as ever exliibil,',!   I ,...     ^^^h^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
^ .0 exactly as he pleased S uTnn"^     ^ "'  be ""^
"i"   own   peculiar way.      Although  n  .	
large  landowner, he  had   visited   Ire-
^   onl>-3 during his long llfetim, and I did it all In onfc hour.'
-he   s  seven y-four  years   ,,,,.   and ���'Well," said IW.rd. "If it has takeu
1 ���'��� administration  of his estates Ins you a��� hour to write ibis praver I will
""used hlm to be the mosl hated land- engage to make the music for it lu a
lord in Hie country.    The member ol T|,lr,,!r of the  time.    Here,  give ma
s h Galway,  William   Duffy   declar- peu anrt lnk'" sa>'luB which he jumped
ed In   parliamenl     thai   the    Earl  of ��"' "'' bed' ,""1 '" "'" mln,ltes I"' had
Olanricarde    evicted    by   fore,, three 7"p"stMl  ,llp"!^;' wlthont tbe aid
���    """   """ of a piano ancl while his friends wee
"""''red   and  lifiy-nine   families. "His laughing   and    talking   nround   him
estates of 56,000 acres in Galway are Thus, owing  to the  blundering Igno-
blighted  by   his   wanton   cruelty.    He rilnce of ���'* stage carpenter and seciv
���' the mosl  anathematized   of   irlsh ��>>ain,p''. ,l"' world is indebted fnr the
landlords.   The  ple of his districl ^ ,s"bllme P^ghiera ever penned.
Night came,    lhe audience prepared
tMm.MMMMMMMMMMMMM���.MMM^������ I   lli'il   sea
scene came, bul when ihe new prayer
STRAYED -3-year-old     jersey
s
prmg
S
, j     rope attached to horns.    I he hud ir
tlonalisis  agreeing 1 nut a  disgraceful .,, , ,   , ,      .....
will be rewarded by giving information to Daily N'ews. or returning
same  to  103  Queen's  avenue.
uitmgs
m
Just Arrived one of trie  largest  and   most
complete stocks in British Columbia MONDAY, April 8, next
.)OB   PRINTING���We   work     for    the
best  people    of New    Westminster. ^^^^^^^^^
be     appreciated. .^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H
ARROW   PRESS,   Room     I.     Dally
News mock, mus. DOMiNY, i��,-.,p. SUITS MADE TO ORDER I ROM $17.00 UP
PANTS TO ORDER, $5.03 UP
OVERCOATS TO ORDER. $17.C0 UP
A   sp icl il     em
Royal   Agricultural i   -
i .-iy   will   be   hel I   .
V. e Inesday, March i
Buslne is: Selectlu ;    i
rear's   Exhibitl u
from ; lie dlffi  ���
mittees for Mii. year's i'ri
any  othei  bu Ini
,  1.'.      to i>;l    tO      M
,:      ,   li
\V.  I
'���. ,.,    Westnilnsti
II .. ���
NEW WESTMINSTER
CITY ASSESSMENT
COURT OF REVISION
mITH'K tS III'KIM'.',   :
Vssessmenl   Roll   foi
as been returned
my   office, when
ed  by any per ion ha rin-  .
herein, until I ,
ol   Revision.
The   flrsl   sitting   ol
Revision on I lie  ��tld -\ - ���
will be hel I al  the C
said Cit v on
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
nre in  .,  ���,.,i      i- ��� Mgbt came,    rhe audience iirenareil I
'"   '" J  "'���""'"  ������'���""������������������'���""�� border-   to laugh as usual  when u,e Red sea ���    L*<V��*' Gold Watches from $12.75 up
scene came, bul  when  the new praver       Gentlemen's Silver   Watches     nr.cn
commenced  deathy   silence  prevailed    "ce, $6.00 "      '
Pure  as   tun.hine���not the     ' ��y,0,'-v ,,m,�� "';'* lisl"'"'<l to with rap!      Gentlemen's Silver  Watches, double
*' I 1 i ' 1 I I 1. ill Mini       ..ii       Ii   .       i..     i .. .   f.i^in      <>      .li   nn
�����..*..   ..mvHHidner     ISatisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.     Suits k
Two   doors   from    t,ei>.   Adams,   Grocer Wll^H       /��� r
^^ ar.
faintest suggestion of anything hut
Salt���clean, delicate-tasting. That'i
WINDSOR SALT.
135
attention,  and   on   iis  conclusion   ti)�� t case, $7.50 up
entire  audience  rose  on   mass,,  and      Agent for the celebrated South Bend
cheered  for several mh ��,  nor did   Watches, supplied to the Wellman Arc
they ever again laugh at tbe passapi|tlc Expedition.   All warranted.
ree of charge tor ore ysar.     Open evL'nin^'s
THE =====
ept   in   repair
at  10 o'clock   la  I  e
person   Inten lin .   to up
ihe assessment mu-si do
to   be   filed   with   the   VU
least seven days  ' ef ���
ting of  tho  ' iurt,
W. A. DUNCAN', Cil
City   Hall, .March B,  10 '"
fNOTICE
of the Red Bea.
Chains, Rings, Jewelry, etc. 257   FRONT   STREET
Watch repairing; charges reasonable   Cor. McKenxie   and  Front
UP-TO-DATE   TAILOR
M. LANGTRY
\ll members of Ro   i!
I,a Iges of Knights of Pythias ;
Ring  Knights, are  n i ���
al   Castle Hall at (.: "���' '
111 xt,
alh ie ^^^^^^^^^
Presbyterian Church,
S. NORMAN, I
*        D,  OROSSM \v   r'
lastle Hall at (���:   ' ,;
,   March   LO,   for   ' ..  ,
���
idlng divtne servi< \ jE��
paY. MARCH  12,  1907.
'***,>-.
S f'AILY NEWS
THE
CASH STORE
i
| In thank I ' pui numerous friends ..-.; i     omei    .'���   the manner
���   In which they  have patronized our sl irei   luring  the Mammoth Pur-
!���'": i".   ::   ��� irl lal bouquel        I
funeral   li   : ������     'phone Tl
1st, A184
Imiiortani   matters   will   be  discus-
��� ed at the annual mi etli be N'ew
Westminster    Lacrosse    club,   wTrich
Laki     place  In th    cil n  Wed-
"   I '
i . P. Bool i;!i.    in en ,i .
mi i he    teai -     Transfer,
Claud.   Vi     i igers,  wh >    ;
Saturday   in   Victoria     Mi    Bool
  named
���  In   mnual meel
i.
We Inea la  .  '-; m.
A  quantity  of clothing and   h iuse-
iinen. stolen from a  clothesline
belonging   to   Mrs.  Trodden,    corner
Fifth Btreel  and   Fourth avenue,  was
found yesterday  In a small shack on
Sixth  avenue,  where ii  had evidently
been   hi,Lien   by   some    person    who
in'ik the goods away on Friday even-
ir,       The   linen   was   done  up   In   a
large parcel the party with the taking
evidently   Intending  to carry   II
ther away al  the flrsl opportunity.
The      rei I contained three lace cur-
one table cloth   several sh. . I
an I :i number of articles of clothing,
police are investigating the eas,.,
I hopi   to 1 ind the guilty party be-
k is out.
Sale now in progress we  would like to remind them, ami also
j   their  friends  (who bave  nol ye!   availed  themselves   of   the   great
Ins offered) that ire have still a large quantitj of goods to clear
al  greatly   reduced   prices, which   must  be   posltivery cleared   oul   to
room for several consign ments  now due  from  Ihe east.    We
have  . i ,-'   remnants   -till  goint1   al   the   exceptionality   low   prices
previously   advertised,     S i hurry up if you want them in good lengths
...Lee's Furniture Emporium...
���     DUPONT   BLOCK.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   B.   C.
Good Potatoes
The    ��� ���
lay tw.j mati
Lasi   ye tr, il   wl
..... ...
...
AS SPRING OPENS  UP
:,.' displayi   o
o '   Intere itln(   aud    Iii inn nt ...
In stock,   i im- day
goods and Bilk   and was
me ol each of these  lines o
. n    millinery     e ild
; >.   f   BBONS,
, lannlsh  d I iph     ol   .-
ii    afteta      We Im   nrted
In    :������ properly  Scotch    Twenl  -om mc;   plahU
m   at, pei yard   30c, 50c, 65c, and  75c
��� W   EMBROIDERIES.
dui   Inn    of  i  ,  sei        ivi      ���     iroi.li IH   inchi
-ei en  ic elghl  Incl     i   50c
Swiss embroideries  an ������ ��� an       im-
e    work,  flowers, et i
bi ���"   hundred   pa te. m ��� . illoi ���-   ...
.        .1!      .si    ICli
:W PLA'DS, BOTH  SILK  AN"   VS DOL
"   '
N'ew   Wi
���
i
D   "
Inquest   held   yesterday   morn-
the  bod    ol   lohn   P.  Brom-
I, the Norwegian who was found
villi   liis   thi'.iai   cul   on   Sal ;   la
uljo irne I  until I hi
ime import m
tnesses might bi       i Fron   the
', appi
Bromsl Hieland's   i
rid       morning was
een a       loi      I ite    iboul   i ix
ind * lock In tl        enii       He had
ther end is read makin Iran emenl
ll    in  i  by   men
���:��� ���   ��� ���   I : ���  !!'.���     Martin
��� ��� I if   Hieland's
S ui.   camp, i     '    thi - enl   to D
' i'������   "   ��� ' ' m       ��� irl   will be
in ul.   to  Rei    \'i'l  rson I     ittentl   the
inquest  a li tu The
��� eased was in good circumstances,
, financially, an I, be 'on I the hallucinations with whii li he Is said to have
hi n afflfi ted lien was nothing
wrong with him. The funeral has
been fixed for Friday, a Scandinavian
minister nf Bellingham having been
asked       ' ���       to  conduct   the
^
$1.25 per sack
AT
ADAMS & DEANS
= THE CITY GROCERY ���
III Vie-    &
and
a   in       ': ;-     li
este ni irnln
     A eou-
     Itiners spent
md   will  oc-
eup:   thi li li m ir ii    h     loc
mo nin '
v hiti     nd   blm
������
In
:        w h i 11      -      ,
90c
md
$1.25
da
. . 05c
und
$1.00
us  and   fancy   pi
���
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60 c
. 75c.
and
$1.00
,.:, .    w hi e   check   .Ir
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1  35c
75c
$1.25
.'    n< una  and   ladles
F en ..   ���
oudi
iloths,
��� -   [>er yard
$1.00. $1.25,   $1.50.
and
$1.75
���::���    ^RMENTS.
thi    sh                dou
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S'lll
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...������ evei   ha 1.    We'
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cords
. smashed
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Pan   -'   les
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$1.25
'i.V   SPRING   COATS   FOR   LADIES.
m. lng     '   :   -liiona
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5   ' "
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$8.50.
SM   ���
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nd ��� ;   skirts now  o
m*ll sell them
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.   letting our stoc
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.���>   come  In  tweeds,
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.  $2.5
0 to
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118.50
en's ' weed  and   irmu
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skli
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lilovi     pi
ki-.
...   :i!i $3.75, to $5.00
Y
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en's   black   lustre  Bkir
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.  $2.50
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""    '"     ' !'   ''   neatly      ;,   ,   K..,���, -   . ,���   1)remlses wl��� be
lati      b      the     rivermen,   who
occupie i by hi - staff of to orkmen  for
''    '   '"":   ' '���'  anxious to have one   -,,,.  Hrs,   .,������.  .,���|;,,.      T,���.  ,���.���. f,,..
: :::"'"!  :'     ''        '     "'" iltimted  on   Clarkson   street, is
n ii houl lottbt, the b* 31 appointed cigar   factoi ���   on the  Pacific  coast, ev-
thine   ��� i sible   having   1 n   done
foi the comfoi'1 ol th ��� employees. In
��� ddii ion to the numerous benches,
I    ' in     -allies,   etc.,  there are
a ii mt i m. .  \ , i:,  i room set apart
The wad        ml I     akin    oi      busi
ipearance evi lie prep:
be fishii     ��� "'   ������
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..... ��� ���        vei  ��� oats
... .    m few d
everythii
easi     ' ���        hi
) .... .       ' 'A,.
The forci        ca    ei in tl     new
ton    has    b* en   in-
work complel
,.,l -.-              p next few d Sixteen
���   been
ti    ���     .I'    the
. . '    remodelled   in   i
The   grand   open i      �� ll   take
ce wil e next few d
m of  $" ;
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C. P. ft. v.
hea !
extei
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DICK'S
OLD  COUNTRY WATER-
PROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
JUST TO HAND.     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices.
See our Window and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
foi the drying of the tobacco, large
��� ��� ' i bonded warehouse,
:,' pre enl c ml lining I". bales of Su-
mai ivi ind 100 bales of li.-r. mah tobacco, i ii." b lie oi Sumatra tob ic o
is sufflcienl t i proi: le wrappers for
60,000 i Igars, Another feature or
thi ti| late factory is the humidor,
tl being a small chamber where the
cigars are kepi in stock at the saiffe
temperature until they are sold. There
��� roon foi a 10 cigars in the humidor al any i ��� I Mr. Lynch said
��� factory was big
. nough to employ fifty workmen at
one time, an I thai his staff would be
ed matei 'in the next
fi ��  monl'
INSPECTOR  COMING.
THSMITH
267 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER
Iviving themselvi
        i
vanci
���W:x;a?tn\aR.ys3F/j
Buy This, and Buy QUICK
A very nice Cottage in the West End
c ntaining 5 room-, plastered and newly
painted;   good  foundations,  and 2  Lots
with chicken house.
$750 cash would handle this.
Price $1,600.
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
"The P r       i c       ���   r- j    " New  Westminster
'"e t arm Land Specialists, 'yew  rT
contl
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N'exl   time   th*
punishment   "']'
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I.   R.  will !
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In   |i, .   K "   ha"      ,;'
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.,     ..... . ' "     musli   and
     Ill aid to tl    1*1
...      ui those   ndi i  pa tlcipated
held
,., ll;   invited  lo ai
���
��� uemeni  made by
i In       tor, the
es at   the    differed
Trees infested with pests will be oare-
fullv  Examined.
W.   .1.   Bran irlth, etary       Bril
Ish   Colm Fruit Gro1
���   ���    ������ In the  city   ii'''<!  we*
tl     i :' ���   i" '
Vny trees or
to be li
��� ���    . o to be dl 'mm cted,
��� ��� necessary in
��� ��� Iim     i
...   '      m ulna w 111 h    given
trees a      Infecl
...   i laid d im n By the
Inspect '        llowed o d
. ' ���    ���'.   inoi
vill bi '      md   ' '���
���    ��� been   treal   I
lored desti I Till
nethol I ' ling with the
���, en   louii I   ' ,  ' ���  necess iry,
.   enl   'I,''   spread  of  !' -
.,   many   people neglecl taking
,..,   mosl  simple ;,;���    uti ms towards
tin    their trees.
Ladies $15 Watch
CHAMBERLIN'S   SPECIAL
P. S. Bartlett,  6 Size Movement, Fitted
in 14 kt. Gold Filled Cases, for $15.00
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTON  WATCHES J
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!Gilley Bros, ltd!
���
now  old   enough    to
ADVERTISE  IN   THE NEWS
,awnlng grounds, and sev-
' noM w|1, be turned Into the
iver  within the    nexl    few
���i'he average number   il sal-
,.. B,   |  Vill   .  rather less than
,:, owing to the damage caus-
m   . last tall.
Boy  Run  Over.
The young sou of Andrew Ramsay,
v ho  lives ai   the  corner of Que
avenue   anil   Tenth    street,   received
serious injuries by being run over by
! a  wagon near the tram office aboul
! six o'clock lasl evening.   The lad was
knocked down by the wagon and fell
' under the rear wheel, receiving Bev-
ere cuts and  bruises about the body
and face.   He was Imme Mutely taken
Into  Cunningham's    hardware  store,
where   first  help  was  administered.
After recovering somewhat   from the
.,,...i   effects    or    the    accident,  the
young lnl  was tak       ��� hia home In
a buggy by Officer Maxwell.
Wholesale
and Retail
DEALERS  IN
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MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBRL.
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WELLINGTON  WASHED   NUT
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.
AND PEA COAL.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
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COMOX COAL AND COKE.
COMMON   BRICK.
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CUMBERLAND  FORCE  COAL.
PRESSED   FACE  BRICK.
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VANCOUVER  PORTLAND   CEMENT.
FIRE BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and     MANTEL
BRICK.
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This  celebrated   Cement   is
used by nearly all large contract
From the Clayburn Clay Co.
*
ors in the Province,
SEWER   PIPE,    DRAIN     TILE,
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ROSEBANK   LIME.
SAND, CRUSHED  ROCK.
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Telephones: Office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 J
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Moved to New Premises
302 McKenzie St.
A.   HARDMAN
Plumbing and Contracting
P. O. Box 248
Telephone 302
I u��>ir��jmiMI'Vy�� THE DAILY NEW
TUESDAy
W*RCH
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MUSIC! MUSIC!
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GRAPH' PHONES
Edison Phonographs
Pianos    Organs    Violins
Flutes    Cellos
Concertinas     Etc.      Etc.
ALL THE LATE5T
RECORDS
For Graphophones and  Phonographs.   Over
4,000 varieties, from music hall to grand opera.
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Humor md Philosophy
By DUNCAN  M.  SMITH
TIMBER   NOTICES.
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SEWING     MACHINES
Singers and Wheeler & Wilsons.
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THE WRECKER'S DELIGHT.
A loud and guile unbashful noise,
A game of roughhouae with the boyi,
A Whoop hurrah!
Holes In the law.
Gates from  their hinges  rudely torn
And on the front piazza worn
Biff,   bang.
A gang
Of painted Sioux
That the police would like to lose���
A cyclone toying with the scene���
That's Halloween.
A roar that well might wake the dead,
A i Ity standing on Its head,
A megaphone
That's overgrown,
Fourth of July (-ome multiplied.
All wool and forty Inches wide;
Ding, dongl
A gong
That murders sleep
And   makes   the   siren's   tones   sound
cheap;
Whoops  with  no Intervals  between���
That's Halloween.
A war dance trying with Its might
To crowd three weeks Int.. a night,
Bedlam broke w.ost..
Without excuse,
Tin horns and trumpets ami u band
Of ninety pieces all on hand,
a team
i 'f scream
That fills the air
Willi nil  lhe noise from  everywhere
And nii.k..- th�� boiler shop turn green���
Th.it's Halloween.
NOTICE  IS  HEREBY  GIVEN  that
30 <lays after date, we intend tn apply |
in Uie  Honorable lhe Chief Commis
siont'r of 1.mills anil Works for a Bpe-
tiiil license to cany away timber from i ,.
Hie  follow ing  described   lan Is   In the   SYNOPSIS   OF   CAIMADIA
STEAD   REGULAT
Any
-   Pliable Dominion La���H
in the Railway ���- ^'^
bia, may he hom*  leaded ) ��*
bod who Is the sole
or any male over i--   ., ,.'' U��
the extern of   one.(���larter
360 acres, more o    ���        ^^^
Entry  must  be n
the localland office T,?��'
which the land is E d s"":l
The homesteadi i
form the condition
with under one of tin
Destroying Ihe Pleasure.
[HI /*,->,
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New Westminster's Music House
BURR BLOCK,
J. M. TODD
���   - NEXT GUICHON HOTEL
("oast District^^^^^^^^^^^^
No. i. Commencing at a stake planted on shore of Tsi Has Lagoon, near
X. \V. Cor. T. 11. 6829, thence north
50 chains, east 128 chains, south 50
chains,   wesl   12S chains   to   poinl   of
, commencement.
No, 2. Commencing at a stake planted about 300 feet from east shore of
Actron Sound, near S. W, cor. T, I..
0939, thence south 80 chains, east  80
: chains to line of T. L. 6941, north So
- i iiains to shore of Huaskin Lake, west
SO chains,  more or less, to place of
commencement.
No, 3. Commencing at the S. E. corner T. L. t.-.Il', about one mile from
' head of Forward Harbor, N. E., thence
north 80 chains, east  in chains, south     - 	
160 chains,  wesl 40 chains, north 80  '';;'n >''���"���' for threi
chains io place of commencemi nt,
No.   I.   Commencing  at   the  S.  W,
corner of T, L. 7904, about one mile
north of the head of Frederick Ann.
silence wesl mi chains, south 40 chains,
easl   s'i chains and south  40 chains
wiili  line of T, l.. 7439,  then* e east
i" chains iii shore at S, W. corner lol
274, thence north  80 chains, west 40
chains, more or less, to poinl of commencement.
DATED ihis 26th day of February,
11*07,
'rin- Mclaughlin lumber co. Ltd.
By C. R, McLaughlin, Pres, an l M. D.
ions.
H0ME.
M" ' ''11 .,!
'"let in
required to pw,
''���'���: there.
^^^^^^   "   'Wili- IM.!.,;
At least six
upon and   cultivation,
""' !i��mi in
(l)
(2)    Il Hi,, fathe   '
fall:,.;- is  ili'i'diM' ii    j	
er"!.d,!Lup.��^affr.mta"^���^
'        ���     M
" .Itthe
li   .
o. the land enter* d .-
mentis as to resid*
li.-   such   person    ���
father or mother,
(3) i: the sei 1
ent resid* nee up< a
ed by him In the . I
.-;. ,n|, ilir requii 1 . ���
di in.- maj ''i' satisfli
upon the said lan.I,
Ml..!,
���and own.
: his liottit.
���  ��� ii-:. e
LAND REGISTRY JUT.
"I wouldn't care to po fishing for
whales."
"But think of the monsters you
would catch!"
"Yes; I know. Hut there would be
no object in lying about the size."
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PENITENTIARY     SUPPLIES.
Seale I ti ud* 1 s addressed "Insj
. . - oi' Penitentiaries, Ottawa,1
endorsed "Tenders for Supplies," will
1 c received until Monday, ISth March.
inclusive,  from    parties    desirous   of
ntracting for siijiMos,  for ihe fiscal
...   1   1907-1908,  for ihe  following in-
' Itutions, namely:
Kingston Penitentiary,
si.  Vincent de  Fan! Penitentiary.
Dorehest* r Penitentiary.
Manitoba  Penitentiary.
British Col imbia Penitentiary.
Alberta Penitentiary, Edmonton, Al-
] erta.
Separate tenders will be received
for each of the following classes of
8 in plies:
1. Coal.
2. Coal oil.
3. Cordwood.
I. Drugs,
".. Dry goods.
ii. Forage.
7. Fresh fish.
8. Fresh meat.
'i. Groceries.
10. Hardware,
11. Leather.
12. Milk.
13. Oils an I  Paints.
1 I. Pork and  Ba    a
15, Sole Leathei.
16. Tinware.
Details of Information ns to form  if
contract, together with forms of tender, v, ill be furnished on application
tn the Wardens,
All supplies an- subject to the approval of 1 lie Warden.
DOUGLAS   STEWART,
GEO. W. DAWSON,
inspectors of Penitentiaries.
Departmenl  of Justice,
Ottawa, February 14, 1907.
NOTICE.
FARMERS !
The   public  is hereby  notified  that
_   p n�� rp I  Captain  Watt, master of the  ship
^rraseriuver lannery Chelmsford, wm not be responsible
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   FOR    HIDES.
foi any debts that may be contracted
bj   the crew of the  said ship.
(Sgd.)  CAPTAIN WATT,
ADVERTISE   IN THE DAILY   NEWS.
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"The Best is the Cheapest"
The old rule works both ways if you get your dental work
doue by the "Boston Dentists." Our operators are all graduate specialists of many years' experience. We employ no others. Their
work, accomplished with the aid of tiie "Boston Dentists'" patented painless methods, is the best known to the profession. Our
gold and porcelain crown and bridge work cannot be equalled anywhere at any price.    Let us give you an estimate.
We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years With a
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
Full  se: of teeth $5 and  up
Cold Crowns  $5-00
Bridge Work, per tooth,.. .$5.00
Gold Fillings.,
Silver Fillings.
Extracting.,  .,
��� $1  and  up
    50c
 50c
V
Boosting a King.
Every once in awhile semething
comes up to show tliat tbe average king
has about ns much human nature as his
humbler fellows could show at a civil
service examination for that useful
quality.
.lust a few days ago Edward some
body, we do not know his other name,
who is said by those who have meiiR
ured him to be every Inch a king, got
In on the right side of a great American
speculation In stocks aud came out to
tbe good several million dollars.
Over in England, where they think
the king can do no wrong, the tux payers who have been financing- Edward
for quite a bunch of years approved of
the speculation and doubtless It wag all
right, but It goes to show that a king
likes a sure thing as well as the man
who has no royal blood iu his veins that
he knows of. However, we can set
trouble ahead. His friends will have
to put up a fence to keep away gold
brick men who will want to give blm
a chance to duplicate the performance
Afraid of II.
"He hadn't been married more than
a month before be took out life Insurance."
"That showed that he loved his
wife."
"Love nothing. Ke had sampled her
cooking and didn't want to take
chances."
In Numbers Is Strength.
"Wonder why it is tbal other people's
faults seem  so  much  more  annoying I j'e(I  fmm setting up any  claim  to or
than our own.'
TAKE NOTICE that application has
I been made to register Edgar L. Webber as lia.- owner in Fee Simple, under
1 a Tax Sale Deed from Ihe Reeve aud
rierk of Surrey, to Edgar L. Webber,   company
' bearing ihe dale .jth day of January,
A.D, 1901, of all aud singular that cer-
��� tain parcel or tract of land and premises situate,   lying  and   being in   ihe
District of Xew Westminster, in tin:
| Province   of   British   Columbia,   more
particularly  known and described as
Lots  1 and  " of Block 10,  subdivision
| of South  East    epiarter    Section    10,
Township 1.
Vou and each of you are  required
! tc   contest   lhe   claim  of  the  tax   pur-
j chaser  wilhin   thirty   days   from   the
I date  of the   first   publication   of  this
notice, otherwise I shall register Ed-
j gar L. Webber, as owner thereof in
' fee.      And   I   hereby  order   lhat   publication of ihis notice for fifteen days
in  a   daily   newspaper   published
Xew   Westminster  will  be  good nml
sufficient service thereof.
DATED at the Land Registry Office,
Xew Westminster, Province of British Columbia, this 17th day of January, A.I).   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District   Registrar.
rl'o Thomas Jeffries, Esq,
All persons served with ihi- notice,
and those claiming through or under
them, ami ail persons claiming any interest in the said land by virtue of any
unregistered instrument, and all persons claiming any interest in the
said land by descent whose title
is not registered un .>���;��� the
provisions nf tiie "Land Registry Act,"
shall  be forever estopped  ar. 1  debar
Six months' notice ii  i. Ring she
hi- given  lo the    Coi :.��� ��� of Do-
minion Lands at  (>"        Intent! n
lo apply for patent.
Coal lands may be i ��� | .,��� j���.,
per acre for soft coal ai : $20 for anthracite. Not more 20 acres
can be acquired by on*
Royalty al        rate ol ten
ci ms per ion of 2,000 pouad
collected on the gross i it]
W. W.    ORY,
Deputy of the Minlst*    of the 1
terior.
X. B.���Unauthoriz* I ition  I
this   advertisement    n*
for.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
NOTICE  IS HEREBY     I VEN thai
sixty   days after  date     ���    atend I
apply   to   the   Honor Lhe
Commissioner of   Land    and   V\'i   -
for  permission  to  pure). ��� ��� the f.
lowing tract of land Ell    led in I
"at   District,  for a Mill Siti      C mmi
ing al a juist plant,'.1 i n
S.   E.   Arm   Huaskin   I
W.  corner  T.  L,   No
Souih lu   chains;    v ���       " ch I
South in chains, more i to N
short- of Turnbull Covi ���   W<
with  shore line  20 i I    i
chains;   Easi   6    chi ll
chains,  more or    less,
Huaskin    Lake;    th* n ���
shore line 20 chain.-,
point   of   common. ���
4m acres,  mun' or  I*
DATED ihis  19th   li
1907.
The   Mclaughlin  lu.1
LTD.
By C. R   McLaughlin, Pn
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"Probably because other people have
so many more than we do."
j in respeel of the said land so sol i for
taxes as provided by the "Lan i Regis
try Act."
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Seems So.
It seems to be utterly hopeless
To try to be sweet as n rose
When out ln the far. ilismal hallway
You've barked both your shins and youi
toes.
With the Iceman,
"if you bave money to hum this season I can tell you a pleasant way to
send It up  in smoke."
"Well:"
"Put It on ice."
TAKE .NOTICE thai ap] ication 1).
been   made  lo  regi>'i r Karl 1   ui
as the owner in Eee Sin    ���      ' :'
'flux Sale Deed from C.   \. *
Reeve ami i-;.  M, Carncri
the  District  of Surrey,
il,i' 14th day of Deceml i     \
of all and singular thai c��
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hours 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. .DR. A. R. BA KER, Consulting Dentist
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.
Hii It.
"-.She's a wise girl."
"As bow?"
".She never knows ton much."
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
1).  E.  WALKER, Pr,
Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
il|"m' ai.ex.   LAIRD. Qeneral Mam,,,,,
Imparting Information thai be doei
not know ls the de
light of Mr. Know
It-all.
A bluff In thi
hand Is better thnn
u compromise in the
nlr.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN Tur
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND "*
&HSRiM^^^^ may he opened
Daily trains  (except | dUCted by mai1 Wlth all branches of this bank.
Abarber's errors are mistakes of thf
head and not of (he heart.
Vou   can't   tell   anything   about   the
Works by the engraving on the case.
Some   people   have   ii   knack   that
amounts to genius for doing the right
FAIRBANKS.
and
thing at the wrong tl
con-
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express and freight connect with
stage6 at Carcross and White Horse,
maintaining a through winter service.
Foi  information apply to
J, II. ROGKRS, Traffic Manager,
. Vancouver.  B,  C
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT
Deposits cf $1 anil upwards received anil infer,.-i -,n        ,- .
-    ������, '"" any portion of tho deposit
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH-H. R. DAVIDSON  M,
^    OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 0 CLOCK      ^
Th
me.
,*;*   b���   many  men   then,
ar*. married to women named "Sayf
A man  Isn't   compelled   by   law  t,.
^because he didn't make good.
balr��CaM; '"""'^ "'ho combs hb
Q<tir u.i-ee times a day.
TAKE NOTICE thai an ap] llcation
lias been made to register James Lord
as th,' owner in Fee Simple, under a
Tax Sale Deed from the Mayor and
Treasurer of the City of New Westminster, io Patrick T. Bowler, bearing date Hie I8tb day of August, A.D.     ���-���=	
1902, of all ami singular that certain   or tracl of land am! preni
parcel or tracl of land ami premises  ]>in�� iiI"1 being in the Disti
situate, lying and  being in  'he City
of New Westminster, iu ibe Province
of British Columbia, more particularly
known  nml  described as I.ois   10 and
l ll. Block "!)" Si. Patrick's Sauare.
You and each of you are required
in contesi  Mu- claim of the  tax purchaser within forty-five days from the
date of ih,.   flrst   publication of  ibis
noiice,   otherwise   I    shall    register
James Lord as owner thereof in fei'.
And I hereby certify thai publication
ol  tin's  notice   for   thirty  days iu   a
dally newspaper published    at    New
Westminster will   be good  and  sufficient service thereof.
DATED at ihe Land Registry Office
New Westminster, Province of British Columbia Ihis 1st day of February, A.D.   1H07.
C.  S.  KEITH.
District   Registrar.
To Henry Elliott, Esrj.
All  persons served  with  Ihis notice,;
and those claiming through or under
them,   and   all
Westminster, in th,' Pro; no  uf B
Ish Columbia, more parti u
and described as  Lot 32
"" Si ctlon 25, Block 5 N      i II >":' -
West.
Vou and each of ;    i an
to contesi  the claim i I
chaser within forty-five dn;
date  of the  flrsl   pul 11   I   '.
noiice.   I shall reglstei   K
aa owner thereof In fi e.     \n I I die
eel   thai   publication   ol !",,;"
for thirty days in a dail
published al New Westi
ho good and stifflcienl sei ���
dated al the Lan I Rei   ti   Off, ���
N'ew   West minster,   Provin e i    British Col bla, this  llth d i.i i   ���l:""
ary, A.D. 1907.
C. S. KEITH.
Dist:'      Im   lslrar'
To  Thomas  Archibald   M* Inn*     K
All   persons  served   v :ii ���'������s ""*
tice,  and   those claiming ' rough of
under   them, and   all   personi   eli
Ing any Interest in  the said
ni ni-
inl by
Instru-
persons   claiming anv   ^	
merest In the said land by virtue of   vir,,io of    any    unregister*
any unregistered  Instrument, and all ment,  and  all persons claiming �������'
'"'.''iS",n'S ''lal R any lntere8l   in the i Interest, in  the said  land bj di cent
said land by descent, whose title is I whose  title  is  not   registered  undei
"Ol   I'OL' Slr.rn.l   ���,..!���..   .,. .   . ,, .   . . , lain
not registered under the provisions of the provisions of the
.        'Jll"<'   Registry   Act,"   shall  be Act,"  shall  be forever ���    v
forever estopped  and debarred   from debarred   from  selling up an
setting up any claim to or in respeel I" or in  respect of the
'"   lh*'  said  land  so sold  for taxes as sold   for   taxes   as   provided
Provided by the "Land Registry Act." "Land Registry Act."
Land Rffi18'
I iini
   cliiim
said '���'""l '"
hi   the TmE
SDAY.
���ARCH   12,  1907.
.CD
THE DAIL? NEW3
���
than carefully study the following
list  of  properties for sale by us.
EVERY  DAY   new  bargains  are
listed.   EVERY DAY bargains are
sold.   EVERY DAY prices are ris-
,   .     , ��� in�� and TO-DAY is your opportun
ity. We ���Y.e ch01ce ��arms> fine residential properties, lots throughout the
city for building purposes. Homes for the people. If you have not already
called on us, do so now.   It will repay you.
you
CANNOT
DO
BETTER
Tel. 333
FRONT   STREET
Tel. 333
-TTp ACRES   MURCHIE   ROAD,
ABY.    $150  PER   ACRE.
ml three   lots, corner 3rd
I lib Sim  5-room house an 1
;. v . $1,500, one-third ca h,
u months al 7 per cent.
Mu ih roa I,    "i  of a mllo
on    Porl   Mood);    8
I,,.-   cultivation;    7-roomed
,;,.:i:    chicken  house,
ii-    fenced  and in  good    '������
pp..     Price $4,500.   half
��� i; months al 7 per cent.
one Lot 56x132 ft. on
n een's Av., north side,
^E cor. block (5, S. block
i Price $1,000, half cash,
J'al, ,; per cent. Lane on
back of lot.
JUST A SPECIAL. II ts all
SPLENDID HOUSE, TOGETHER
WITH 10 ACRES IN LADNER.
House i full storeys. 4 bedrooms,
iarge hall, '1 clothes closets, plastered and finished in cedar; large lawn.
beautiful flowers, over 50 roi e trees;
hedges, high hoard and wire fei c, .
seashell walks; orchard 10 apple, ti
pear, 5 prune, 5 plum, large cnerrj
and oilier fruit trees; 1-8 acre of
strawberries; soil black loam, with
clay subsoil, well underdrained; last
year produced TH.s sacks of potatoes
on I acres. 2 not fully seeded, 5 tons
of hav. etc., etc. $4200.00;
$2000 cash. Fuller particulars on enquiry.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between Gth & 7th Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
ha!:'cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on 8th Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
A man is known by the
clothes he wears, just as much
as by the company he keeps.
You are well dressed���YOU
KNOW it ��� and everybody
else KNOWS it���when you
wear
"Progress Brand"
PROGRESS BRAN*
CLOTHING
Suits and Overcoats
H.   L.   de BECK
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
,ii Fifth avenue, sub B, i'1
. . ;>300 cash,  i/t  cleare I;   size
132 feet.
IS, 19, 20, 21, face on 16
... .,  avenue;   2 corner  lots
, ��� ie lots i?-1111 each.    Price
$350. c"mi     Single  lots  at  cash.
:  ic  iu  Sapperton, facing
:   el.     Price $150  cash.
house, 7 rooms; I : 'a, Flush
dshed, hot and col 1 watei ;
ng 11 ll avenue an I ll'd
��� reet. Price $2,400, l. cash
n i one-half acres bel ween
.iii.I Eighth avenue; south
street.    Price $2,500.
LOTS     OP     LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near  thc  Bridge
Cheap
_;j   storej    house,   lo    o:>ms,   also
ei it    Improvemenl  ;   '. i     66x132;
me   m  back:  | arl of lol sei oul with
��� -    an i    nice    lawn.    Price
$2,750. $1,500  cash,  balance  6  and   12
mon! ha al 7 per cent.
6 Lots facing Columbia
street, Sapperton. $1,000,
half cash, bal. on easy
terms.
4    :ts 22.   38,   39.   40;   full   size:
t3<. ired;   Eighth and Seventh
aver ,e     -ind     Cumberland     street.
$;:: .ish.
lin.' full sized loi. 66x132; - storey
house; 7 rooms; flush closet upstairs;
al! modern Improvements; new liouse;
$3,000. ������& cash, '- in 6 months ai 7
pei cent. Qood sized stable and fruit
trees, Second house from Mh street
west, on upper side.
Six  and  one  b ilf  acres,  on ���  ai re
��� ired   read;   for  ; hinting;   I  1-2 ac-
purtly cleared.    House,  a   rooms,
torey  i.n i   half,  small I arn;
house    fruit trees and.strawberry   |dani -.   $1,700,  half cash;   n t'.-
in ' hree month - al 7 per oeni
This Is     ral table hoi ling, and near
In ihe city, c ill an I I ring I his a Iver-
��� menl   with   ; ui   for further  particulars.
Eight acres on Vancouver Road,
3:10 feet; 330 feel on Jubilee road facing three roads; t-3 mile from Jubilee
station mt the tram line, near itoyal
'nl; hotel. Small house; :; acres
cieared and   cultivated.   Price $-:,500.
$1,0 :ash,  balance    6,    12,  and   18
months at 7 per cent.
Seven-roomed house, Seventh street,
near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
sized lot, $1,600.
One and a half lots, Sapperton, Just
off Columhi i sl 'eel an 1 Brunette, only
$���1,200.    Terms to be arranged.
Full sized lot, No. 12 Third avenue
and 13th street, north side. $300 easy
lei ms
17 lots, full sized on 6th street, in
Burnaby, Fast side 100 yards from
Cliff   Can   factory.     Price  $1,020.
House on Royal and Eighth street,
two storeys, seven rooms, full sized
lot, $2,000.
Large lot anl two cottages on Co-
lumbia street, Sapperton. Both rented
al Jlu each.
One and one-half storey house and
full size lot, situated north side of
Koyal avenue and comer of McKinniS
a reet; :i rooms; bath room, hot and
cold water, closet; woodshed; young
bearig fruit trees; streets on three
sides; line view. Price $1,800. $900
cash.
One full sized lot. 2nd lot from corner, llth street and Sth avenue, lot
'HI xlll feet.   $250 cash.
We have a few valuable lots: ���
Between 9th street and 8th street.
Between  3rd  and  4th  avenue.
COUNCIL MEETING
Richmond Council.
The regular meeting of the council
was held on Saturday, March 2, th��
reeve and Couns. Williamson, Atkinson,   niton and Trites being present.
The harbor master. New Westminster, requested the Immediate opening |
pointed: J. R. Parker. A. Ritchie, J.
Robertson, J. Jackson, O. Maftson,
VY. Baillie, R. Blake, A. Stevenson, T.
Davison and E. Pope.
The next meeting of the council
will be held at Whonnock on April
6, at 1  p.m.
A ROYAL TRAGEDY.
military uniform culled upon this per
son and requested him to accompany
���n   Twelfth   street, between
; Third avenue:  \\ esl si I ���
....     lull   Blze.     Price   $3,50 I
���I Lots between Seventh
ii I Hamilton streel. easl ol
��� ei; all i li ared an 1 fenced;
ii on one of the lots. J1..".'11,
tl in e one j e tr ul 7 per
h til  mile wate fi ont, G X.
I. through.      $9,460. terms
��� stlgate.
8 50x150, outs! le i ii;   limits
W '        lot.    Fuller   particul i s   m
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots section
2, near Richmond St.,Sapperton, for sale. $600, half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
320  i. res;  south hall   il lol  2 . sec,
7. Hall's Praiiie ro.ul.   N'i ,\  li an I
good barn.
6-ro mi cottage, Tth Ave.&
6th St., facing Tth Ave.; 2
full sized lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
woo 1 sheds, peach, apple,
'������ and plum trees. Price
$1800, half cash, bal. 6 &
12     -. at 7 per ct.
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
30 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; IT double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $150, inside
lots $125. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. ti, 12 and IS months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located in a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, at foot of
Fifth street. Two and one half-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered)
All modern conveniences; hot and
cold water, bath, flush closet, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lot
06x132, with lane in rear; part of lot
set out with fruit trees. Price $2,750.
$1,500 cash, balance arranged.
2 lots. 20, 21;  No, 20, $170; No. 21,
l corner l $175. Durham and Second
streets.
One hundred aud sixty acres N. W.
U Sec. 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, 5 acres slashed,
No, 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent,
interest.
One hundred and sixty acres, X.W.
Yi Sec. 25, Township 16, 2% miles
from Abbotsford. creek running
through. 50 acres alder bottom, said
to be $lii'il worth of timber on the
property, Price $10 per acre, ij cash,
balance on time.
Ten acres in Lot It',"., one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleared.   $30 per acre.
The   Secret   Murder   of  the   111   Kat��4
Ducheaa of Wnrtti-iiiber��.
^^^^^ About   the   same   period   at   which
uf the draw of the upper North Arm   Queen Caroline was earning notoriety
bridge.     Coun.   Trites   was instructed j for  herself  there   resided   In   a   small
to attend to tins matter with full pow-   town In the north of Germany a mau
er to act. noted for his skill as a public execu
,,.,       .    , ,   ,  . ,     tloner.   Late one evening two meu tu
lhe clerk  was  instructed  to  apply
to   ihe  health  officer  for  his  annual
report for 1906, and forward the same I them, us his services were required at
lo  the  secretary of    the    provincial   ���ome distance and  would be liberally
board of health. rewarded, but that he must eonseut to
,,   . ���   ���.      ...     ,,. . ,    ,. ,, ,. be blindfolded.  To this, after some de
in his report the Chief o   Police re- . .  ,      ,     ,     , ,.,
I mnr, he consented and entered the car-
t unintended   placing of some    insur- r,age brought by the two officers. Ap-
.nice on the courte house and gaol at pareutly  they  drove a  Ioug distance,
Steveston as they have recently  been and at last by the sound he Judged that
renovated. they had crossed a bridge and entered
���ri,,   ,., ,.,   .      ,,   , r     m , a paved courtyard.
lite clerk re. oited for Februarv us      ���., ,        ,     , ,   .
. .. , lhe carriage having stopped, be was
follows: Receipts, |311.1o; expend!-, a8Blsted to alight and conducted along
tare, $775.75; balance in hand, $5,- j corridors and upstairs till at last, the
HTu.S.j; also that $0,000 from current bandage being removed, he found him
acocunt and $89.78 mortgage interest : self In a large, gloomy room, ln the
had been deposited in sinking fund. center of which stood a block with a
, .        , heavy sword laid on It.   A door at tha
Pour tenders for the purchase of far end of tha room opened, nnd a tall
the lumber ol the portions of the up- an(1 very handsome woman entered,
per North Arm bridge between leu by two men and gagged, hhe wan
Twigg's island and   l.ulti  island were I forced to the block nnd th'e executioner
Westminster district, -t
:   i ultlvation,   10   acre.-   01
��� re   strawberries   pi inte I
lei bottom lan I; runnln i
I 18 x 22;  frame I arn 30
frame house  and  < o \
' ��� in all, stable S cows an 1
.   . near Mission Station;
nin he     n mi'    al    hand;
mis iu Ice a day;  about  100
, fir and * cdar, never been
i)  ���   :..r,i-,..|   for   Btandlng
i e h ui ie  16 x 21;   hen
le nl  hewed timber laid  In
-' x  U0.    A   chance of a  life
00; $4,000 i ash. balance at 6
i ."- and two lots on First
n Ite Queen's   park.    Price
WrOOO.
-        e  blocks,   frail   lands,   ne ���
a, $20 per acre.
'" '    m; in sec, 32.  Timber, fir, ce-
ildpr.   Qood soil; good roads,
full particulars.
I   acre  cleared;   3  miles
mi  $10.00 per acre, 'j cash.
good  farm land in Delta.
miles from river, near Scott
'���! acre; a real good buy
Snap  in Lots.
V..i anl lots for sale In all parts of
the cl   . fr im $25.00 to $3,000
Si1 ai res, one mile from Abbotsford,
10 acres cleared, good soil, Tin fruit
trees, price $1.400, half cash, balance
iu ;li. pi .'. ; i) a,' al s at reasonable
Inten  I
150 ai ; es Improve 1 land, buildings
and she.is complete, near Cloverdale;
all under cultivation, $*5.coo. If yon
i an han lie this, don'l delay; it's a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
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.
60 acres goo 1 :'; uit land in Surrey;
can be bought now for $25 per acre.
only one-quarter cash aeeded, balance
in one or two years at 7 per cent.
ISO acre.-. M tple Ri Ige, Sections 2S,
29 and 32, Township D, one-half prairie, resl ' r. h an 1 some small trees.
Prices: Sect! in I 2, $45 per acre; Sec-
lion 29, $50 | .m' acre; Se ti in 2 I, $55
; er acre. Telepl u at Hamn ond;
telegraph station, Pitt River Bridge.
Tent;-, half cash, balance one and i\so
������ irs al 7 per ceut.  Exclusive agency,
House and lot, 50 x 131, back of
r< .. . facing Columbia St. Reuts
for $24.00 per month. Price $1,200,
half cash, balance In six months.
You cannol possibly get a higher percentage for your money than 1 I per
cent.
Too Good to Miss
House;   Dining   Room.   Parlor.   2
Bed   Rooms,   Kitchen.   Bath   Room,
Pantry;   Chicken   house and Wood
Shed; Electric Light. .$1,150, Cash.
l'.'i acres on the Scotl road, 15 acres
<io:i.....|; ! arn 50 \ 30; stables, etc.;
splendid soil; only $30 per acre, $1,000
cash, balance easy,
Between Fifth and Sixth avenues,
near Seventh street, eight moms, all
n lern, stable and chicken house, full
-.���'1 lot, two storeys, $1,000 cash,
$:,500.
It'.,i acre- in Surrey, r, acres cleared,
fenced on road side, $1,800, half cash,
balance on time at 6 per cent, su -
ject lo sale of timber.
lil    acres   in    Pitt     Meadows
$35 por acn
at 6 per cent
BUNGALOW
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end: close to car; G
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x lo2, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,750. Terms $6<
cash, hal. on mortgage.
House and lot on Agnes street, two
storeys, seven rooms; a real snap at
$2,500.
160 acres, Langley, 25 under cultiva-
sheds,  etc. all  in
��� , . 1
House, corner of Fifth avenue aud
Sixih street,  one lot,  two storeys, S
Moms. $2,300,  half cash.
House, full sized lot, on Kearj
street, Sapperton; reals for ?U> per
month.   Only $1,050.
House, 10 rooms, 1'4 lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
52,COO.   Terms can be arranged.
135 acres, one mile from Huntingdon, B.C., 70 in res in grass, 15 acres
drained and fenced; house aud barn
ms: 52,500; good road along one side;
price $50 | er acre, half cash, balance
to suit purchaser at 0 per cent. Reason for selling, the owner's wife is In
bad health, and has to go to a cold
climate.
Double tenement bouse. 5 rooms in
each house, water, light, full size lot,
between First and Second street.
Fourth avenu?, on north side, Price
$1,500, half cash, balance In one year
at 0 per cent.
160 acies, all lenced, ready for cultivation, good water, half mile from
school, at   Chiiliwack, $75 per aor-j.
Eight-roomed house , all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon street and
Sixth street, two storeys, $3,750.
One l.oi Xo. 12, facing on lib Ave.,
i etween 1st and 2d St., half block
flora Pari'. $475. $275 cash, balance
21sl August and 21st February. 1908.
Part of lot 360, joins Lake Commur,
received, and that of E. Livingstone,
($100.00) was accepted.
Coun. Trites was empowered to
have a bridge built across the canal
al the east end, and the road overseer I
was instructed to have a culvert put
across No. II road on Sea island, to
ci niu'cleil with the ditch.
Dr, Traynor was appointed medical
health officer with instructions to re- !
port monthly. ;
Messrs. W. Bridge and John Mackie
were appointed to act with the clerk '
as assessors.
A Temporary   Loan  bylaw  was  Introduced by  Coun, John  Tilton,  and i
v as read a   1st, 2nd  and  3rd time.
It was arranged that the board of
works meet at Tuck's landing on Saturday morning, March 9th, and pro-
ceed thence to Ewen's ranch to inspect   roads.
Accounts amounting to $946.95 passed by the finance committee, were
ordered to be paid.
The meeting then adjourned io Satin' lay,  March   16,  at   1:30 p.m.
ordered to do his office. With soma
hesitation he obeyed. Instantly be waa
again blindfolded, hurried downstairs,
placed in the carriage and driven off at
full siiecd. To all his Inquiries and re
monstrances Ids escort remained ohsti
nately deaf, but on reaching his home
a very large sum of money was given
hlm, with a warning thai lie would do
well never to attempt to solve the
mystery or tell of that night's work.
Shortly afterward he hoard that the
Duchess of Wiirttenil.org, sister of
Queen Caroline, had died suddenly ou
that very uight. She was a woman of
great beauty and known to lie an ob
ject of great jealousy and suspicion to
her husband, who was said to keep ber
In enforced seclusion, and, from Inquiries he made, the executioner felt uo
doubt that this ill fated daughter of
the house ,,f Brunswick had been the
gagged lady who bud been thus secretly done to death by his hand. -
Temple Bar,
  only   "on;   house,   barn,  ������-->$^"h^   about   70   acres,   only   $25   per   acre
0ne third cash, balance  good   repair;  a  snap  .u ^ ^   ^
cash.
QUARRIE &  CO
^^ Real Estate Brokers -
.. Liability and Union Fire Assurance Co. ol London.
Agents for Employers' Liability, anu
Maple Ridge Council.
At the regular meeting of the Maple
Rl Ige , Oltncll, held on March 2, a
number of communications were receive! and dealt with: From the Hammond Lumber company, asking that
ten chains of the Centre Section roa 1
\ est of the I.arly road be opened up,
A grane of $S0 was made for ihe
ditching, etc.
From ll. Ferguson, asking that the
south    cud   01    the   Lillooet   roa 1   be
. ened up. Filed.    Also a number of
oiiier    communications    were    dealt
with.
The following accounts were ordered pail: Entrance fee to Union of
I'. ('. Municipalities, $10.00; E, Pope,
N'.i.ih road 10, $1.90; E, W. Beckett,
salary, $54.83; li. C. Gazette, munici-
I pal acts, $2.00; The Columbian com-
j pany,   printing   ballots,   $6.00;   .1.   R.
! Parker, work, $1.1)0; M. Kustra, work,
1 .      v       '
$1.00, Clark & Stuart, company, stationery, $31.10; M. Wil, ox, work
.51.25.
Total collections I'o, lanuary and
February,   $242.42.
Wilson Curler was given the contracl for building a powder house for
$125, the council lo furnish the cement.
The following grants were ma le:
$T5.nu for the McAotmey road; $50.00
for the McKinney road: $30.00 tor
the Hammond road; $30.00 for the
Scotl roa I; $100.00 for Stave river
read: $1110.011 for the Mulvey road and
$50.00 for road opposite the Benson
property,
The following pathmastera were ap-
THE ROSE OF JERICHO.
It In Hi,- Original uf All (ho lit-Niirree-
ll,>ii   Plants.
Several varieties of the so called
resurrection plant have appeared
among the novelties offered by florists,
but the original is the rose of Jericho.
Along the shores of the Dead sea, far
enough away to be out of reach of tho
deal It dealiug vapors and the salt
spray, grows this rose, a little plant
famed lu many :i legendary story,
which, when ripened, rolls up Its sprays
und branches Into a curious little brown
ball.
The desert winds snap oil Its dry
stem and whirl the seemingly dead
little ball away over sandy plains, like
a featherweight, Alter it chances to
reach some damp place, in about ten
days, the moisture has wrought a miracle, for the once dead Is alive again,
green and growlug.
The old time pilgrims, who brought
back this plant wiih them from the
Holy Land, told wonderful tales of it -
power to bloom out on Christmas day
and gave It the name of resurrection
flower. Another old legend names it
rtt. Mary's rose, because It Is said that
when Joseph and Mary were fleeing
from Egypt one of these llowers grew
from every spot where they halttw.1 to
rest.
Tbe dry ball when unfolding drops
Its seed, nnd from these it may be cultivated as an annual. To resurrect
these dry balls It Is simply necessary
to keep tbem standing In glasses of water, immersed about halfway to the
top of their branches. The expansion
Is merely a mechanical, spongellko
process.
The botanical name of the rose of
Jericho Is anastatica, from anastaSls,
resurrection. There are other species
Ol resurrection plants, but they are not
no Attractive ns their Dead sen relative,
which, although It has very little
beauty, lias an 1, mored place among
llowers because of the many fancies
and associations it calls up und its po-,
pullar development.���Exchange,
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THE DAILY NEWS
AFTER STOCKTAKING
We have special inducements to offer in
CROCKERY   AND GLASSWARE
in order to make room for our spring stock,  which  is  expected  soon.
The market quotations are sure to advance on the following staple
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place your orders for these goods at once.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
Social and
Personal
TUESDAY,  march
Matter Intended for this column should
be addressed, "Social Editor, Daily
News, P.O.Box 402, New Westminster."
WARNING !
Dear Mrs. Home Seeker :
We beg to advise you that we can give you a
charming little cottage in a good location, just off the
car line, for the sum of
$1,000
$575 cash and the balance on easy terms.    In this house
you will find hot and cold water and a flush closet.
Yours faithfully,
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
N. B.-Be wise in time.
Mrs. Alex. Ferguson, who had heen
an inmale of the Royal Columbian
In spital for several weeks, has returned home. She is well on the way
in complete  recovery.
J. Burn Morgan, of Chiiliwack, was
In  lhe   city  yesterday   afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Benson, of Coquitlam, arrived in the city yesterday
on  a  short visit.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Lewis left yesterday afternoon for Ottawa, where Mr.
Lewis is lo appear as a witness in
the Investigation into the alleged
lumber combine among the Pacific
coast lumbermen.
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A
Household
Necessity
��� An adhesive, porous
1X   wall-finish for interior
i I work in every
: ���  description of building
;J 	
X Put up in twenty-three
! X        tints and white
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! MURALO
'Phone   105. 'Phone  105.
THE    CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
A. A. Stevenson returned to his
home ai Vernon yesterday afternoon.
Mr. Stevenson arrived here early lasi
i week, accompanying his brother, who
died a few hours after reaching New
| Westminster.
.1. \V. Calloway, who has been employed at Kenny's restaurant for B6V-
eral months as steward, lefi for his
heme in Chiiliwack yesterday. Mr.
Galloway is leaving for Southern Alberta shortly, having taken an agency
in that territory for the Perfect Pan-'
try company.
\V. 0.  Miller, car service agent at:
Vancouver,  paid   an   official   visit   to '
Xt w Westminster yesterday morning.
He returned to Vancouver during the
afternoon.
Spring
Millinery
Opening
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ANDERSON
AND LUSBY
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SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
Big   Land   Deal.
A deal  involving lt'.o acres of land
situated   between   the   Brunei te   saw
mills and  the Fraser River sawmills,
was  put  through towards the end of I
last week, the purchaser being a receni  arrival  from   Portland,   who has I
invested   heavily   in    lands    in     and
around Xew Westminster.    The price
involved   was  f50,000.      It   is   understood   that the  property   will   not  be
placed on the market for some time. |
The  names  of the interested   parties ;
are  not   mentioned   at   their  own  re- |
quest.
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phone   1C5.
r";t*i
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Second Hand Junk Store!
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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.
Opera House Bookings.
Mar. 12���My Wife's Family.
Mar. II���A Trip to Happyiand.
Mar. 15���A Trip to Happyiand.
Mar. IS���The Missouri Girl.
Mar. 22���Creston   Clark.
Mar. 27���Florence Gale.
April r,���King of Tramps.
April 15���Ward's  Minstrels.
May. Ill���Old Arkansas.
MAKE   YOUR
HENS LAY
While ��ggs Qre High
BY USING
STURTEVANT'S
Egg    FOOd    and
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,        ���        New Westminster
Tuesday, March 12
and following days
Grand display of Paris, London,
and New York Pattern Hats
and  Ready-to-Wear  Novelties.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
&'&<*ZaiXK*ZaZa%>l^
FURNITURE
[���!     The Finest and Largest Stock of Furniture is to he seen at FALES.     V
to ;t
.���,     Our clearance sale is still on.   Over $15,000 stock still to go. ;���;
ffi     New goods arriving daily.    Latest styles and best finishes.
W. E. PALES,
FURNITURE   EMPORIUM
J��J   716 and 718 Columbia St.      Four Floors.      Rear Extension.  Front St. >J
Between  Columbia and
Fraser River Hotel
Apply by mail,
or by
'Phone No. 214
Moreys
FOR
WHAT IS NEEDED
to riise good stock is good FEED. We keep the best and the
best only. .Make your chickens lay by giving them good feed.
Strengthen your live stock by building up bone and muscle,
and use CARNAC,
LADIES have you tried the Pastry Flour made by the Eburne
Milling Company, If not Telephone 333 and try it: the results
Obtained   are excellent.
Deserved His Fa*.o.
Miss Marie Shedlock is famous
for the invention of a new and delightful type of children's entertainment. Dresred m u fairy, Mis*
Shedlock recounts to children with
delicacy and power the lovely talei.
af Hans Andersen.
She keeps her wits about her in
her entertainments, and children,
no matter how odd their questions
may be, can never stump her. She
i? always ready with an apt reply.
Entertaining a children's party at
a   certain   millionaire's   house   in
. New York, Miss Shedlock happened
to employ  the old  proverb,  "The
early bird catches the worm."
A little boy questioned the proverb promptly.
"But wasn't the worm foolish,* | 	
he asked, "to get up earlv nnd be
jaught?" 	
"My dear," said Miss  Shedlock,   11/10 R> FV^
'thai worm hadn't been to bed ��t i ' ~ " ^-^ ��� �� ������   1      ^^
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
JaD-a-Lac
Gives new life and lustre to
Old Tables, Chairs,
Furniture
and Picture Frames.
It is the Ideal Finish for
floors, interior woodwork,
bath rooms,  sash and sills.
Curtain Stretchers, with adjustible pins.
All kinds of BRONZES, PAINTS, OILS, &c.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
Tr*
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tlnr
217-219 Columbia St.
McQUARRIE & CO. I j THREE GOOD BUYS
to ____ ���  _ .���<
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FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT   STREET.
Telephone 333.
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Electric Railway Service
Inter-urban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City Limits Line���Sorvico from
H.15 a.m. to 11 p.m.
20 Minute service���iso transrer.
Between J2 and 2 nnd l> and 7.
30 Minute Service during remainder of day. Transfer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday   Service   half-hourly  between S a.m. and 11 p.m,
Sapperton Line.
15' Minute Service from fi.25 a.
m. to 11 p.m., except between
12 and 2, and 5 and 7, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service hair-hourly Between S.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
| British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
Seven-roomed modern Dwelling on Carnarvon St.; stone wall in front, street at back;
fine grounds and view; newly papered
throughout. Price $3,000. Good terms.
Modern seven-roomed Dwelling on Third
Street, near Queen's Ave.; good garden
fruit, etc.    Price $2,800.   Good terms'.
Beautiful corner on Queen's Ave. near
Park; size 100x132 feet; frontage on three
streets; beautiful garden, and lots of fruit
of every kind; cosy cottage, and exceptionally fine view.   Price $2,750.00.
F.J.HART&CO.,Ltd..
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LOTS   IN   THE
WEST END AT
A BARGAIN. AND
on easy terms, too. Sloping towards the
south, with magnificent view. High and
dry, and partly cleared. No better investment offered. Price-Corner lots, $175;
inside lots, $125 and $150. Half cash, U
in 6 months and 1-4 in 12 months, at 7 per
cent interest.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. PLARSON, Mgr.

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