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 VOLUME 2, NUMBER 41
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NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 16, 1907.
1.
MS PER WEEK
WRING SHOW WILL BEmmmhi$      liquor seller CHIEF'S RESIGNATION IS
BIG  SUCCESS NEEDED AT MARKET HEAVILY FINED
[he Official Prize List for the Live Stock Event of Next
Month, to Take Place Here, Has Been Issued and
Is Very Attractive.
Stable   Accommodation  too   Limited���
Clerk's Many  Reccmmendations
Recti >'t Attention.
Supplied    Indians   w th    Firewater���
Magistrate Imposes Maximum
Penalty���B,!ly   Released.
ktali -
Sets e   baa recei red   ihi -,     ttendi
e list Of thi   S     ��� .      ate alive i
I-
\Vi
, Sab   ol li1'/-' -
.  - ,v ine, to be held in
n ..��� month
' ie     Q li ��� 0
I.S.A., Vlcl
T.  J    Ti .
From ' hi -���  ,- ���   ���
ay desired del
!' il   wing
���   j   stau mi at    ���
ol the prog  m
���       P      ...       L   -
. . ., 'air to be held
I . the management  i    i
��� ���  thanking I ���   I ���
���    . Incial   Depai I m n -   ������:
Ihe    financial    issisi
'   . ��� ������
���
���    -
tie i     ....
"'    ' '.       ...    :..  .-.
nation i
-���      .111!
���
es
of thi
S
��� ��� i
51      .���.
'
'    '
:
'������'..
��� ���      Auction Sale will
.    ���   , l ���     ���     '    op poi
��� :- ��� '���:���- hasi rs,  as  a   largi
David Ga '.������'������        i'
Si  lainish   was  jesti .   . ..
Capi   Pi   ��� .. .   gh, S..M    to
:.. dmuni ;.i.<  ot i I !   an : s'    -   - -
al ���      .....       - . i    ivlcted
nsacted       I Square]* Sq lam sl   In I in*
��� . -- such  ..:     v ni   ol '   ��� ������-���   occupii great<
..    ��� f ihe a i'   V    H  *
.'.   ed ii       .-,'...  till     Ml
P,  '   . ..  ol      H Baxti       '-...-
& Savagi     if Vancouvei   . .   ei
n     e interests ol      i     efensi
.   : ���    a ..-     ���  ���    ed bj   Pi ��� >-
onsti is   O'C* nm
* . had ti n w oi ..;. - a thi
:���������... :.-;;t... e length , : tii ���
thii: ol the tril e, Chi< IB    i and Joe
i?.:.. s   another woi thj    i        i ���
hi   same  tril e,  were  both   fi n
���
i, wil-. ...    re estimate ot
ansacti      al   thi   < Itj   mai ki I
��� -���-   thi     . -      ivelvi   months,   ac-
i D. E.   Mai Ci '.. i    i.. .    ���
;   . <���      out i .' The
.��� e madi
. ���..  j ��� . - ���    ���  �� '
���   an :! ������    m
- .  mini : ti   the roun
LAID OVER
City Council Regrets Losing Services of J. W. Mcintosh
And Postpones Taking Action Until Monday Many-
Applications for Positions on Police Force.
Beautifi iqueti  were handed to  W.J   Marpole, Ernest Dalsiel   I   S
retiring       i     oi ��� <     ai   the   < Ison ������:...   I'   Rol Inson,      A.ftei   -     i
 .-:   evening,   when   discussion on the respective mi
.. ivith j thi   nts, iho chief of polli t   was
... ...... -,i | foi  aad asked to glvi
af   . pinion ..> to who were tho lines ��� in
��� .. i -   i   fill the two	
i8sion whei - favorably of certain ���
hairmai ie plicants  and the final selection will
> ���
���   given, also any others     ��� inimals wil) be present t
l0 j, .       itrih ited towards its sup-
-   ess.
One o Jects of this Spring
lr is i age better fitting ol
irket, and al the same
!),,. in . ti   bj   lectures and oh-
livii'.in'i '        ' sl  tj pe Ol  .in.iii lis foi
|:.; Tin- most expert ju Igea
[taina ���   be secured  to  si
a  ihe  different   i lass -
t anl ��� ���  hope a large amount
[information will bf gatni :       tho*
|in atti
There��    also be a Stallion Show
thi - ' ' time, which will furnish
.' di ipportnnit; of exhibit-
iheli iii     n- befoi������ the season's
,mil at the  same time,
te thosi . -���������.  ;:,  h    si   breed
���  nitj   in   compare   the
ii -   show n.
Thei Stock Judging Com
���.ition.        to any who wish to com
f'   ' ICUjaXS  nf  which  Ilia.   0*
i ��� ��� ��� 12.    These   competi-
ive l nf great practical
���  ���  ��� ���    ���  conducted.    There is
���' ��� for young men to gain
formal ��� ding   live  stock,  bo
a large number wil take
' li mpeUtions.
:.-��� ate effective!) ton  ei
t        - u  nf animate of thi  i Ighi
. poses, prizes an  bi
aimals which are to be
"- ���   competing    in   the
. and animals b lugti will   ���
eliven ...,..--    ....   -  -. .
Tin   anmial meeting of the Sto
eeders    \--.., lation will Im   hi
Thurs la i    evi ning,   March   21st,   ai
eight o'clock,  in  the City   Hall, New
i'estmlnste      B   C.    There   Wi.i   In
���' i ' '���'���- s each evi ning d iring I ie Fal .
iters !������  interest to all Llvi
S    'K   mi n   will   ; t    liscussed,    Pro
- ammes   ol   these will   be  publishi .
We hope to make this
nmo   ition    whii .
a few years ago, is
and only al        two
lers are al li   to se-
���   stabling   :  .   thi ii   hoi S< s     Tiie
��� '    thi  mai  et |
. :.   _..,., Ql    h and  on  being   stareni :   wen
.    f{h(  ������;,...   :< i       to have liquor in their possi e
slon.    The liquor was confiscated and
��� odui e ! in court as evldenci.
On     being     arralnged,   Galbraiih,
through his counsel, pleaded "Guilty."
In speaking on the ease, Mr,  Howaj
hi    well expen le I,   and
'���������   >"  ���       dei      i   sen     .11   bj    the
a        ������  t vening re-
e attentioi     . Ithough
le   )i i upon
t                    he list ol Improvements '���i!;,,i :11( attention of the magistrate
,,,. . to   :..  Caci that this was not '.lu- pri-
ii s v.    .         .   ,; .        .    ..   ,..,���. so]    's first offense, he had been con
<...-��� . t0 pre.! vlcted of Ihe same thing before     He
sent      ���           ......    ecu   men aiions WM ''" ��� aware that  such acUon was
cons   li  ii.,;,.;.!1;.   and  In  fac<   of  the  know-
Markei       ttension;    i   - ... -    and !,,u'  st"l plied his trade to tht great
sheds      r stock;   n-eigh    scales    foi '���' : 'menl of the morals of the Indian
sto k, etc., etc     . ���... sUlls ri arrang-
Fair an unqualified success, so would   ' ; -:      aimed    meal  racks extended
ask all stockmen interested to give it
their sup] ort, and, if possibb, to at
tend."
an 1 painti I     gethi    ivith . .' railings,
ati rs  et<  ��� -     an .  balance of thi
���   ket   whiti washi I;   i hit ken   coi is
��� i   '���''���'��� u< ted;     lit     :,.     .... ranged
Increasi I;   ...    loul It    -'ails   in
.     .    akei   out an    singk   stalls   was then imposed by his worshi
Instead;  la Ik - waiting room be  cou     !  v,iIh    the n'K'    S0ln��
Presentation.
The members ol S:.Andrew's , !rn ���.
(hoir last evening met at thv resideact
oi  Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Trapp and badi    ma '  h��hitaWe. and a flush closet pw   w!l'     ome advice as to the future be-
resWi nts im  the reservation.
Ht strongl) recommended that the
heaviest fine called for by the statute
mposed, as a means t>; stopping
rurthi : breai lies of a similar character. Th<- fine of J""" and costs, or
six months In gaol with hard labor,
who
good,
faywell to Miss Alvina Munn who for ' ;lu' ladles' ;"iK'^ J''1 of running
��� number of years bas been a valued ,,:!'': i;'',,; ' " :'' " s nrlnal; iii;.
member of the choir.   K��'v. J. S  Hen    " rater si    Ice at
son was present aad made i shun   suPP13��d the clerk i i .
address in which he alluded to the :;,rui:j- KAU ' ":l at the varii is plac-
faithful and  valued services of Miss   " t0       ',;    freering.
Thai the council enforw   the    i
��� ling  a vendor to pre*
Icens   . ���     ��� -        ffici     efon   ai
ng   i se  of   his oi
. .    -
Tha   . er eaves trouj
��� igl .
an  opportunity   I
.Munn as a member of the choir and
on behalf of sbai organization presented her with a handsome and well furnished suit c-:isc. Tlic reply for the
. -1 ipieni was madi hi - athi i. 3t!i
*    Munn.
Miss Munn will leave in the cours
ol a few   la) - : n Mon real where I
the next  two   ���   rs she will contln i
ei       isii a   stu lies.    The   remainder
Ihi   ��� i ening  was   pleasantl.v   speni
in music antt dancing.
n
���.     ives     -   ���������     '   - :    ll    ..-I
water I        ���.- .    I,        tare  in
stead oi  di b :.     ���     i    ���
Incn asi .   -���. omnio ..
I LR, PROPOSE
IMPROVEMENTS
CHINESE MERCHANTS
FIGHT FOR GAMBLERS
- ti ���
u
t S.-ipperton ���
Setter Ser-
New   Cars   to
Be
Added.
:'
ii lini
1  ,.  track
as ;'
���  Introdui
���'   i  :i    Ol
"  si rvli i
all  cltj
mment  of
the trans-
��� ������ ugei s    bj
running
Fan   Tan    Players   Arrested   Recentiy
Receive   Held   From   Countrymen
��� interesting   C.ice.
The nn r< hai is  ol  Chin i dw n
ninde i ll emsi Iti s together in an   it-
tempt  i ���   the i iquii tal   >l thi
allegi i gam  lei .��� arn - ed while o ���
ni in ���   i fan      i game on  Wedni s
evening   i        li    Mcintosh and Deti
live  Bra Ishaw, and  as they have ai
imlinilte I . I of money to bai
i .    casi       ���   trial    ild
��� ne ol ��� ��� '       eating on ri
\  hai i flghi will  be c m lucti ;
on bo b eing di
n Ini I  tc ' ���       i   avid Ion,  �� I
lie Cbli    lecte
ipei I u -. In ���    nny   decision
iln        ���   .   cu -' i in- n.
The '���   ��� Intro luci i in the po-
,   coun  on  Thui ida.i  morning, I i
in   adjo ; '.'���' m   was    bi cui e !
Monday,   \ lien both sl lee will be reseat    ��� by counsel.    F, V\   Howay
has  bci n   ��� ngaged   to   ri preBenl   the
Chinamen, and the city solicitor will
probably n preseni    the    prosecution,
having in wall for   rhe services of a stenographer have
i '  a  car.    The intro-   ,���.,.��� retain* I, and  all  evi lence  will
���.   Is another In-   be taken  down in  writing, and pro-
P  ." ever had to
ff   in ..
i :        ma !���.
eavor ti
V    v,    a   J    r.y. Co.,
::.
Iea\
U : sai ii..      . :...
PiU'ticti ���          nings.
I'hat thi .   '���        th of thi    ���
.   cleai -���    etc.ei
'iie piling whei       ati     as        . and
��� lal   thi    uil lis       I ���...' i   :   ..'        i
li ���
II   -     i    , a:    n
of tl                   rhere bob
ati   es           are,
That,  owing   to          .- ' j   im I eased
i ist of living m the presi nt I he
ha\       ol the prisoner.     There wen
6 k  Indian  witnesses in the ease, all
oi whom told, through an interpret*
aj .     mtlj   ���. ��� j   straight   stories.
Chief Billy,  the head  of the tribe,
then suffered the humiliation of being
aced In the prisoner's dock.   He was
charged with having imbibed not wisely, but too well, of Seagram's jag ito
The   accused   laconically  ad-
o ii < I that he was guiltj. and at the
���   ' Ime cast t overt glances at the
���  letl bottle ol  11 02    v. hii b ha I
��� a : rod k ed as i \ idi ace, and which
��� I  conspicuously    on   the   table.
il.iwa.. t alii I thi  ."  mi.mi ol the
- ist ��� ati   in the fai BUI    had
. u  t \ct Hem   i hai acti     lu thi     . I ��� ���.
���   that   he  had  nol   beeri In  couri
��� ore,  furthei.  tbal  b ��� ha l leni   ���
��� .   and   valuable   assists] ��� ���    to  tin
: - .i ' .    In   sei in ing coi \ Iction
. . Ualbraith.    Tbe same thing npplii i
1  -      lie pleaded i nil ��� . an I   n
��� lew of the fact that each had formi.
borne  a   good   i hara* I  i   an 1   ha I
- mm valuable assistance to tit.- con-
ile,   both   men   we.,    released   on
a |e I sentem t.
hief's lett* .  li
.. signation,  �� b i h  was
.... .     :i;et ting,   th
eli     refen   .    ack to (hi   |
:.     ns to   epcrt i
nexl mi 11 lng on  Monflaj  i i*ening
Imrn* . ati .���   aflei   thi    n iding   o
ettei    \'ai. Jardine moved that the
11 ��� ignatl m     bi   a�� i e ited     He     �� as
..    he chit: leaving  as thes
;..;] always got on very well together
"Is thi esignation final?" queried
!  '   Johnston.
: I. answ* :.' the question was
evad* :.. Bomeone answering thai
thi1 chlel was underpaid, and :1ns led
ui to a discussion, considering thead
disability of increasing the chief's sal
arj as an Inducement to bis remaining on the force. Every one who
spoke was stronglj in favor of making the chief an offer of higher salary
in making a few remarks concerning the recent resignation, Mayor
Kearj said that Chief Mcintosh had
been between the devil and the deep
sea ever sina he took office. The
temperance men had been harassing
bim on the on< side, whlli the saloon
iuii rests had been equally hostile.
There was no doubt that ihe chief had
been thi most efficient officer that Lhe
city of New Westminster had evei
bad. and be had been a credit io i n>
e mayor ai     \
i      ���      assisted by i Met M. Ini  sh.
... Ions ol    Hem \  Ritchie,
T ii mas i ��� idgson and    T. Ci Is il    toi
��� i   position ot assls  n     .    hi
supi  inti a iti..   sven    ...  .   ovi     until
... \    Monda.i.
Fire   t'l'.ii f. Watson's   rei oi
is that  .i. W.  Wright be a i   bat
hoseman at So  2 bail vice R, Mr
kay,   promoted   to   be   engineer,   was
.. lopti d.     Ne��   unlfoi ms for the bri-
ad*   tt.  c . Iso      |i :ed to in? purchased.
Aid, Graj  reported tliat the men at
.'it  powi r house were working twelve
hours a day. seven days a week, and
asked for authority to appoint an ex
I a man. in order to divide the work
into  eight   hour  shifts.     The   necea
sarj   authority  was  given.    A  propo
sal was brought In  bj  Ihe same aiie:
man that extra li.chis i��- placed on the
Library  square,     The    recommendations   were   adopted,   and   two   more
arc   lights   will  In   future  casi   light
..icind Andrew Carnegie's gift to the
city,
Aid, Shlles suggested ibe planting
cf fif.y shade tress ai Prospect park,
in order to beautifj the place. A nn>
ii ii was carried after sumo de ate
lhat the chairman of the parks com-
i mittee should  bring  in  recommends-
cit) in ever) way. Unlike previous | tions for ibe embelltehmenJ of .Qiwon's
chiefs of . eiiee. he hati never been park, t?rospecl park, Moo.iv Bquare
seen drinking in saloons, as bad   for-   and the Sapperton park.
merlj   been the case     He was cowu Tho mayor's action In Inviting the
deni thai Chlel Mcintosh would be a school trustees convention to mee   In
hard m.mi to re;.lace. Nov Westminster nexl  year was ap
Vftei  some  further discussion, the proved,
,   Igni  ion   ...     aid over for nuilx : Wltn   reference to a   request       itu
consideration. l-<   >e   Bose, of    Surrey,   concerning
Sevi       applications for position   on ' wrtain repairs to a wharf on the
..   ci        ���  were nexl read by tin s...   of the river, tb.   mayoi  was re>
eli    clei .   the following having aspl ca "ed to write to J. B  Kenm I     M
aiions foi  the blue uniforms of  tin P., asking him to take up the ma tei
.at force; W.McDonald, T  L. Croft, with the authorities at  Ottawa.
TEMPERANCE CROWD
MARCHES IN CAPITAL
ne Thousand Ardent  Advocates  Parade  in  Fa^or of  Liquor   Suppressing   Bill.
I
Itj  iMiii.s and in
be adding of four new
���   .ice are a fe��  of
which the it. C. E.
��� ���   with   rej.   rd   to   Lhe
��� ���   tminster.
'���  ��� '.    a long
il the compan;.
������  ling   public,  tbal there
a    I   able Improi ���
���   given in ihe ��� I ���
'-   R. * .'mii i ly, an i
. ompan.i  pi i
. xteuslve   im
���    hailed   with   d*
��� . ��� ii ' citizens,   The
���   i Itj   limits'  service
welcomed   by the
.   have pften   be a
'
!������'���������       Lnor n
.���. li   tin
S   .
ni   b ii
E.NZIE.
Mail  Carr.ere Quit.
'  .     ,   Moi        i ���
Bui qtiii   w i .
,  .   ',
���
,.' n
Louis   Hill   Coniiny.
\  telegram   received   yesterdaj   bj
Mayor  K< arj. conv< yed   the  In ��� i
tion   thai   Louis   W.   Hill,   vie*
he G. X. R., wil
city in Uibou    I    i Imi
s visit  will    e folio wed
Imp   '   ii   anno incei -
I ic   developm* n '
which    i.    i sei      endlni       \i
,v III  i.i.!;     ��� . bi      ty a
- j r '.��� of    . ���
.
.       	
enii'W ���        ���
-   vice
i.   16    temperance      Tacoma, Feb.  IB   Sim  machines to
strong,      marched  the value  of  $7,000,  confiscated  and
national   capital   yester-   now In the possession of Pierce C*
\\ ashing on,    Fi
-   cates,    I,	
hi
nj    a
the Districl ol t  dunil ia from th i
- - ffic.   Men, women and chll '
ri n   rei resenting a scon   i i total ab-
���   organizations .  formed    the
ii. which moved through the
THE UH IS ON IN
PIERCE COUNTY
Slot     Mr-chines    Confiscated���S.
C-'csed ��� Gambling  Suppresse.
��� Campaign Against Vice.
��� Mill
ipp.;rl  ..:   ;'ne bill iutroduced   ty, (.  i   lln      ���  ibis means In the un-
esentative We    r    l Ohio, to ..... |    towns    of  the  counts
'
stopped and  an unknown auioun     if
c ptured    a,mm   with   the   ma-
ih.   result of  the  first  two
-' ..orh of Tu.  ofll '- rs, since p
ir more than two hours, while   '      ;';-    Utornej   ii.  Q,   Rowland   In
,i i
and oth thlli     n    .. :.
he M-i,i ���
i. Colu
an
���  pleasing to any-   .��� ,.,��� i al li 1*
wait ni Leo- 	
down  hill car io
arance.
; ���  of  the  extension  to
.^ entail  the gr, ig
.,'            ���>:   of new line, and
��� ,i
������ . '���'' some time to com-
fcmaraflv   'Xlension wi�� '"' of par-
1   . '   " >" the distillery peo-
t rials,
in,.I
I'.-:,
Strike Settlement Bill.
Ottawa, Ont., Feb, 16.- In the bouse
Mr. Lemieux moved the second reading of the 'bill for the prevention and
settlemenl of Btrlkos and lockout. In
doing sn be explained fully the objects
m'   the  measure   and   the   good   work
1   ' lo lhe larg<
ien    v.:
I'lant  is in full  work
residents
number of' "   ^mild  accomplish.
The  righl  ol
l|"-v are to employ |society was greater than the Interests
of two parties engage I In a strlli '
lockout, Thai was i greal justiflca-
lion for a bill to prevenl strikes and
lockouts, The general feature of ihe
; |]] ��, re  ici e\ te I bj employees.
of
The  other
be greatly bene-
: n   an i the a Ivan
��� Its operati* n.
���
i .-lei -;.    ami
��� ,.'������ I.
Tin   Butti ei            iveeks ins
i,     . i   th ".   ions   to   Po ;
Georg* r-Ii     lati ig thej  ���'���
.,:, |   to   resl Man b  L.  unli as  ;:)
am* .       i ':' ti   raise theii  paj
i |i)er the i ��� <ent wage thej  were
D     , to make ii living,    The salaries  ' ' ��� "    as adopted finally, aftei a few
tO    $!HMI,    lilt
ti   xlmum,  obtainable  only
number of years of service.
Better Pay,
-     ati ��� Ont,, Feb. lu     Phi
cation hi      oted     mo
ho isnnd  do lars In nd lltion
ilariea of the le icln    ��� I (fl
hi        rd, two-thirds o    In
amount, oi   $66,*   i
men assistants,    The total of the In
il   0
Rei e   '
d   ...  Fo i    :
.
o    ledal,
rhe ^nvi i nm* a
leav* -   ;.i daj   foi
oui - ��� and   will
:. gol i un du presented bj  the
.   ��� rli: a    \s lociiitlon    of    Maetei -.
Mutes and Pilots, i i Mrs. Minnie Pat
i rson,    f i   , e Beale, heroine of the
Colma w reck on De il ei ', last, Tl i
n i dui Is Insi i". 1-0 i , otnmemorath e of
for carriers in Butte range from S600 j amendments       wn;  ol I irther raises,   Airs. Paterson's trip over the trail n
ltttter  ir-.j.���   being   thi   ���    ounbsd to J99.S35, |i   iatch the Quad a to the assistance
after    a     The maximum sakny of specialists   ol the shipwrecked CoJma,   As a re
at the head of departments in the col-    uli ol her action ten li.es wore saved,
I* glate Institutes aud technical high	
school was raised to $3,800, Two   Hospital   Cases.
,  Jackson MoLean, a young man em-
Market Visitors. ; ployed al thc Brunette Saw Mills, hail
Among ihi^ visitors ai the market his hand severely Mangled ���while work-
lestorday were noticed the following: 'ing around some machinery yesterday
Five-Ton Casting Falls on Men.
\ew York. Feb, 15. In an accldenl
ai the shops of the Mies Bement Horn!
concern al Plainfleld, N. J., last night,
John liaisilicis was killed, Frank -Manic,. Was crushed fatally ami eeveral
I hi      impaign agalns	
ncoi    rated  city  and     iwn
a  ol  Pi< ic.   Countj.  In
t iudli     . i.     in be iiiii... dla   Ij
-   bal i: "v> lan I - Intends to   i i
dj  Infi n.: in of the state
law,  and   that,   if  lhe   muni-
���  lies themselvi ��� do nol  take ac
a   ih" attornej   will  take  matters
utt u  han Is,
The crusade   w-iis   Instituted   Wed
tfternoon when two pnrtl     il
offlcen   :e:i   the  cltj     armed    wlUi
search warrants .. ithorlslng them to
i ii the premises of even  s th m
in the county outa de of the Incor   u
ated towns,
Beginning to-morrow night Maj-or
Wright wm slop all gambling, close
saloons Sundays, eliminate boxes ami
enforce qther stringent saloon rei
nous m Tacoma, The !i,i is oa is
Pierce county.
Messrs.     Reynolds,    Bdthwell,    Bain.
other men wore badly hurt    All were1 Langley; Ban field, Ladner; J'ra(won,
members of a gang In the moulding Yale   Road;   Smith,  South   Westmin-
s)jop,    They wore engaged In lifting ster; Bsplen, Johnson, Burrey; Good
;,  live-tun casting with the aid of a ell,  Scot!   Road;    Corbett,   Westmin.
crane    when  the chain   holding   the ster Junction: Taylor, Scott Road;  "
iie;ivv'ma<'s slipped.   The casting 1 II M  Lean,   R,   Anderson,  il.   Buck, Co
on ihem. (jultlam; S. Qrey,   telta,
afternoon. He is being treated at
the   lto.wi.1   Ciilumliian   hospital.
Mr. Ailiim, a young man employed
al w, s. Cpllister's -'mc. had the mis-
'   .    I     his     finger    severely
while chopping wood yesierday afternoon, The doctors hope to save the
injurod n ember.
Bismark's Advisor Dead.
Berlin, fob. IT,.���I>r. Franz von Rot-
tenbwg, curator of the Universltj of
Bonn, is dead. He was chiefly known
for the Influential part he took in <; p
man politics ns chief advisor of the
Imperial chancellory and as confidential advisor to Plinfie ilisniark for
nearly ten years. ��
I
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i
i   1
1
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THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY    pe
H3. <-
fRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT
There was a vast Improvement ln
the market yesterday. The Beaver and
the Favourite having broken through
the ice for a considerable distance up
river, gave the ranchers a chance to
have their supplies broughl in to markel in the good old fashioned way. A
large number of well-fllled waggons
came in by road and by the time thev
were all on the spot, tho bustling appearance of the market put the regular shoppers in mind of old times.
Poultry was a great deal more plentiful than ii has been for the past two
months. A large number of pens of
good looking birds were sold at good
prices. The Chinese dealers wv\i[
keen for poultry and captured by far i
ih, larger proportion of the stock;
���    offered.
As predicted last week, eggs were
dewn. Wholesalers opened the market by paying lac per dozen, but, as
ilu hen trull continued to roll in in
le.rgi quantities, they gradually dropped five ceni.- and llu- market closed
at 35c per dozen, li is expected that
nexl week, if the preseni warm weather continues, the price will drop to
'-���: i en's per dozen. Another thing
which Influenced the egg market was
the large shipmenl of California eggs
Which was recently received, and
which are said to he of verv good
quality.
There i> a good demand for apples .
a: lhe preseni time and the price is
up. The offering yesterday was only
fair while Hie demand was vigorous.
$1.50 a box was paid for some of the
stocK offered.
Some small pigs won' offered lor ���
sale anil found a ready market, The
I i^i Industry is growing in the Praser
Valley and a number of ranchers propose gding into the business on a J
large -scale this year. Thc youn?;]
pigs were of good breed and were
bought entirely by ranchers.
There was an excellent supply of .
beef ami nol a single carcass went I
begging. Buyers were on hand with
'.lie .ash and all the farmer had lo
do was to weigh his offerings and j
take   his   cheque.
Pork was short as usual, and the
price offered was half a cent in ad-
vance of that paid last week. Mm on
was also scarce and the demand was
-nod.     Top price was paid.
The offering of veal was belter man I
it has boon and the carcasses were
of a first class character.
There were no ducks or geese offer- j
ed. lull   the enquiries from the dealers i
were numerous, There is a ready '
and Increasing demand for thai class'
of poultry.
Potatoes took a rise of $2 a ion.
Tiie vendors of general market pro-1
i'i-.cc were all on hand anil all received 1
liberal patronage,
Quotations,
Beef, hind quarters, >'ao to 9c lh.
Beef,  fore quarters, 5%c to tic lb.
V   a!.   I Ic lo   I'.'c   Hi.
Pork, 10c io lOV&c lb.
Potatoes, $18, io $^u i,m.
5ggs,   15c to -"'He dozen.
Butter, 30c to 35c lb.
Fowl,   $S  lo  ?9  dozen.
Chickens, $7 to $^ dozen.
Ducks, $11 io ifl- dozen.
Geese,  $1,25 each.
Apples, $1.25 io $1.50 box.
Onions, $1.50 Back.
Narrow Escape.
The Okanagan says: "Clarence Kennedy Is out iif I lie hospital alter all
a- acl; of pneumonia. Mr. Kennedj. \
i -.: two weeks ago, while crossing
the lie,nl of Okanagan Lake on the :
Ice with sleiLtii and horses, broke
through an aii bole, iu the dusk of
evi ning, His horses wenl in. and in
i.. ing io gel them out he unfe/tun-
at* ; goi Into i la. lake t wlce, 1 �� ���
i. ii] irature was below zero, inn Mr.
I\i tun iL slave I bj his horses until
Anally, after several hours' hard work
wiili the help of Indians ami their
peniei, Ic managed to gel bis horse-,
on solitl ice. However, i; was nol
ill.HI four lhe nexl mm niir: tfcai Mr.
Kenne ly .urn his rrozon clothes off
a: an Indian'.-, house. lly the nm t
he reached town the nexl dav, he was
In i lie flrsl stage of pneumonia an I
was sent by his doctor to the hospital,
where, thanks to vigorous treatment,
he w.' - broughl mil of his trouble in
u. .I'  s'.iape."
Uncle Tom's Cabin.
This '.veil known play, as pul on
las: night by stetson's com pan j at
Uie local opera house, drew a capacity
house.' The iwo marks, ibe two Top-
sys  and   Phineas,  made   the comedy
idem.Mil      verv     acceptable     While    lhe
specialities Introduced after the sei ond
act, were very pretty, as were tile costumes tbal went wiili them. The
siiner.v is the company's own, and the
:. is of a quite adequate size
People were evidently well satisfied
and certainly the management can
ha - e no fault to (ind with the alien-
dam 'a which was the besl for somi
time
TODAY
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
OTICE thai a ipllcatlon has
be given to the   coi
minion   Lands al   Of
io apply for patent
Coal lands may lie
""mint
t  wdi    iiiinin   iilil\     IH'   '
TAKE NOTICE that application ha* ^ ^ ,,,,
ieen made to register Edgar L. Web- ^.^      ^
.er as the owner in Fee Simple, under (;m be
.. rax sale Deed from the Reeve and R     Uv
Cork of Surrey, -o Edgar L. Webber. ���
iearing the date 5th day of January, ,,,������,,.,,���������.
��� i.. ..   ili.ii    /.in'
\ ii 1901, of all and singular that certain parcel or tract of'anl and premises situate,  lying and   being In  the
Districl of New Westminster, in the       	
Province  of   British   Columbia, more   ^   ^^
. particularly known and described as   for
Lots 1 and 2 of Block 10, subdivision   	
ot south  East    quarter    Section   10,
Township t.
Vou and each of you are required
to contesi the claim of the tax purchaser within   thirty   days   from   the
he gro
vV, IV.C0R1
Deputy of the M i   ���
terior.
let,
N.  B.���Unauthorized   public
Ise nl ��� ,
Will be the day for
BARGAIN
nm-sM
UllitJSCI      nun'"      i....-,   -
date of the Brst  publication of this RIJSINFSS   INUITIITF
B0tlce, otherwise I shall register Ed- DUM-IIM    JUIIIUIt
AT
4ai* L. Webber, as owner thereof In
' fee. And I hereby order thai publication of ibis notice for fifteen days
In a daily newspaper published ai
New Westminster will be good and
sufficient   service  thereof.
DATED at the Land Registry Office,
New   Westminster,  Province  of Brit-
I ish Columbia, this iTth day of Janu-
j ary, A.D.  1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District  Registrar.
To Thomas Jeffries,  Esq.
All persons served with this  notice.
\ and those claiming through or under
j them,
terest
LIMITE i
336 Hastings St. w, Vancouver,
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitm   '
���SO i
Shorthand, Tele ��� ,;il Fn. j
gineerlng.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-rive   Typewriters
Students Alwayi
Demand
j F.nil(l,\r Uirrj,
Our Great Sale
Exactly What to Expect:
A Great Bi�� Reduction on
Every SHOE in the Store
For instance-
Men's 3.G0 Boots  for 2.50
"    4.50     "      "    3.00
"    5.50     "      "    3.95
"    6.00     ".      "    4.50
Ladies' 3.50 Best Kid Button Boots, for]��� 1.95
a a a a a
2.50    "       "        "          "       " 1.15
4.50    "   Patent Leather "       " 3.25
"    Heavy sole, box calf, waterproof
boots, for 3.25
1.25 House Slippers for  95c
1.00 Felt Slippers    ���  5Gc
Children's boots from 25c to 1.50
a
a
a
a
As we have already said, there is a reduction
in price on every Shoe in the store. Make
your selections
TO-DAY
Johnstons Big Shoe House
New Westminster, B. C.
J^a\\WBIaa%%%\Wa\a\WWKassa\t%Ws\\\s^
hose claiming through or under ����.,.,
and all persons claiming any In- WpUfTHfKrPr    IfM
: m the said land by virtue of any IfWUIIIIWUil     HUH
I unregistered Instrument, and 'ill per- GENERAL MACHINE ami enuinj
I sons   claiming   any  Interest   In    the WORK.
j said  land  hy    descent    whose    title I      SHIP SMITHINO, BKlLKiis and
is     not      registered      under      the STRUCTURAL IRON   WOKK
provisions of the "Land Registry Act," ornamental   iron   wort:, mciuiiaj
I shall  lie forever estopped and debar- fences, Gates, Fire Esi ipes, etc.  '
i veil from setting up any claim to or |     Mail orders aud correspondence is
in respect of the said land so sold for v,ted-
taxes ns provided by the "Land Regis JOHN   REID
trv  \ct"
' BEOBIK SiKi.i.i.
LANS REGISTRY ACT. "*' K��""'"',er
I', u. ft
. S
funded.
TAKE NOTICE thai an application  dUIIO   IU  UiiUtfl,
bas been made to register .lames Lord   n..|Tn  Tn  ..... .
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a PHf||S  |D OROlK 511
I Tax  Sale Deed   from  the   Mayor and
Treasurer of  the  Cltj   Of   New   West    ._._,,_, -...*.      nrnnn.i��J
minster, to  Patrick T.  Bowler,  hea,-  MARVELOUS    REDUCTION|
lng date the 18th day of August, A.D. until March 1st, 1907.
1902, of all and singular that certain!    Plentyof Goods to select from, of lit jl
parcel or tract of land and premises   Latest Patterna.
situate, lying and  being in the City   ��� *'"/''"'���""�� ��:"��"�����" "'     :  '   '
of New Westminster, in the Province
of British Columhia, inure particular!!
known and described as Lots m and
1 1,  Block  "IV  St.  Patrick's Squan
You and each of .miu are required
iii contesi   the  claim of  the   tax  pur-
ehaser within forty-five days from the   ^,^ ^^ .
date or tiie  lirst   publication of this I ��    ovin/iion r^o/Milf
notice,   otherwise    I    shall    register  X^anaOlttll I  <1U��
.lames l.oi,|  as owner thereof In fee. r�� �� n i��r �� ���*/   ^AiioiMV
And I hereby certify  that publlcaUon        RAILWAY  COMPAQ
of this notice   for  thirty  days In  a
daily newspaper  published    at    New   REDUCED    RATES'
West minster  will   be   good   and   suffi-
cient service thereof.
DATED at .he Land Registry Office  WINTER CARNIVAL, ���   RuSSlitiHl, U
. New  Westminster. Province nf  Brit-
1 Ish  Columbia this Isl  day of Fei ra
| ary,  A.D.   1907.
THE UP-TO-DATE
24 7 Front Street   -     New Wastasaia
OPEN BVENIKGS.
Tickets on sale Feb. 1 Uh U)Feb.l��
! Returning Feb. 18th.
Fare and One-third Return
ED. GOULET,
C. P. It   \-'11''
New Wi strain*
C. S. KEITH.
District   Reglstra
; Tn Iionry Elliott, Est],
All persons served with iliis notice..
and those claiming through Or under
them, and all persons claiming any
interesl In the said kind by virtue of
any unregistered Instrument, and all
persons claiming any interesi  In the E. J. COYLE.
'said.land  by   descent,   whose   title  is   Assistant   General    Passenger  A}-
j inn registered under the provisions fit'' Vancouver,
the "Lan I Registry Act," shall be
fi i ever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or In respect
Of  the  said   land   so sold   for   taxes  as
! provided by the "Land Registry Act."
��&\  , J
��� ' ���    ."tfL-V;?
SYNOPSIS   OF   CANADIAN    h:,,,",l
8TEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with
i:l lh'' Railway Bell In British Colum
bla, in.iv be homesteaded bj any per
son who is the sole head of a family,
oi anj male over 18 years of age, to
���lie extent of one-quarter section of
l6�� ""����� "">'���" or less. .<The  pion?.r  Limited>. St P��J J
, l'-n"'v  musl    '"'" personally at      Chicago,  "Short  Line"  Omf^J
the local land office for the district in      Chicago,  "South    '.vest
w,lirl1 lhe land is situate, Kansas City to Chicago
The homestei ' Is required to per-      No  trains  in  the   service on ����j
form  the conditions connected  there-   railroad  in  the   world that eqtt��i
with under one of the following plans;   equipment that of the Chicago.
���������        "    ��� ....... o      r.       n���..l     IJ.,;i,u.-lV.       '
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCRi ��SF, ATLlS.1
WHITE   HORSE,   DAV\ -"-N  ";
FAIRBANKS.    Daily ti itns I *'  J
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,  ''���']
itpress   and ' freight   cot I
tages .-'t Carcross nml White H :;|
naintainihg a through winter 1
Foi  information apply ' '
|,   H.   ROGERS, Traffu   '������''-
Vancouver    R   '
"The Milwaukee"
Umitw
"l'on and   cultivation of   tho land li
ach year for three years.
(2)    ll' the father (or mother, If the
        ""O'llHI",    I Mtl II .-. . V  i l li I jMIH   II 1        I I I .1 I       VII       ...�����.
d)    Al least six months' residence  waukee & St.  Paul  Pailw*y'si.i   ���
ion and   cultivation of
each year for three years.
own and operate their own ���� ^
and dining cars on alll their tr* - 0|
give   their   patrons   an   exce i��
father is ileceasci.   ,���',.'", '  servi>-e "ot obtainable elseWtn-r ���
i.om i is iii (eased), oi iho homestead- i Act'-
"!' re����^  farm In tbe vicinity ����� s- R��^;' Gep"errt nii'. 0t.
oi the land entered for,   the   require-   r34 Third St.. cor Alder, fo^
BLACKSMITHING.
Having bought out the B'_ f ^fl
mentffl as to residence may he satisfied
i'.'   such   person   residing   with   thi
father or mother,
|::i    "' (l"' settler has his perman
 '   imn   in.-,   iiermaii- """"��   .,.....-,...                              | vl,
,'111 residence upon farming land own- lng business of It- H lir";' ;|].,l)n:
etl ''-v hil" In ;he vicinity of his home, be pleased to see all his on
^ic ��� ,i     ,1,  ..  ,,.     H^'3"
'    '���   ll"'   requirement!    aa  to real- er3> ;is well as new on*
di a '<   .. ij  '
1 lie   ;.| i lan I.
Six i lonlhs' noilci
ati He 1    by residence   ina a specialty
H. M. KNUT30N,
Eighth Stre
i IM���ISISmUJMillll MW���liwuw LtURDAY, PE8" 16�� 1907'
I WE DAILY NEWS
The
Clothing
of the
Seaso
n
FOR FIFTEEN DAYS ONLY
w
jE are just through with stock-taking and find we are overstocked in Men's Clothing.
Now, there is only one way to get over this���make
the price so that they will go.
Our loss is your gain.   Read the following and wonder how
we can offer such bargains.
26 Men's Suits, fine worsteds and
tweeds, best trimmings, regular
price $20, sale price, the Suit
$10.00.
19 Men's Suits, regular $18, and
good value at that. Sale price
89.00 the Suit. Some of the
above lines 20th Century Brand.
23 Men's Suits, regular 815���$7.50
to clear the Suit.
15 Men's Suits, regular $12 values,
to clear $6.00 the Suit.
$10 Suits clearing for $5.00.   All
above sizes, 34 to 42 chests.
No Goods on Approval. No Goods Exchanged
THE WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
PHILLIPS
Columbia Street,
New Westminster, B.C.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
^Interior Finish,    lurned Work,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
" i
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign  Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 2T5
Telephone 12.
New Westminster
| EBBaGEzramKara xsae
Something Uniaue is
B���HSBBBEBZ
Coconut Cream
Icing &.
THE LADIES ARE CHARMED WITH IT.   MADE OHLY BY
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
TOILET
SoapS
Prices
25c per doz.
to $ 1 a cake
������i
Carruthers Manufacturing Corny.
Manufacturers of
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
*����.
VANCOUVER,  B.C.
EYES   TESTED    FREE
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
I ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
CHURCH  SERVICES.
Holy Trinity cathedral���Rev. A,
Shildrick, rector. Holy Communion,
s a.i .. Matins, Sermon, Holy Commu-
. .. ll a.m., Sunday school 2.30 p.m.;
Catechism last Sunday in the month
In :':������: church. Evensong and
- mon by the rei tor, 7 p.m.; daily
servic* at 9:30 a.m. an I 5 p.m. except
(>n Friday, when Evensong is said at
7:30. Holy Communion every Thurs-
ay and saint's day al S a.m.. Choii
i: Ice on Friday aft* r Evensong.
St. Barnabas���Rev. C, W. Houghton
tector. Morning Prayer and Holy
Communion at 1.1 a. tn. Evening
Rrayer, al 7 p, n;.; Bible Class
2 ]i. ni.ni: Sunday school, '! P- in.;
Baptisms after Sunday school; choir
. actise, Friday, S p.m.
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church���Rev. A. de 11 Owen, rector.
Divine worship Sunday, 11 a.m. and
7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m. All
are welcome.
Olive-   BaptJ '   - burch���Rev.  M.  U
' Rugg,   D.D.,    pastor.    Preaching    on
Sunday al 11 a.m., an ' al 7 p.m.; Sun-
lay school and bibli  i lasses a    12:15.
he clos<   of thi   i ioi��nl      sen Ic t,
ng  Peoples'  mi etinj
evening a i.m.     .'���:���. ayer
mi ��� : Ing on  Wi dnesdi y evi nil i
;r.m.   Boys     eagui    meets on   :'
evening al   7: 10.    Sul of Sun
. orning s* rn   n,   "Go i  ������ a   In* i
Egypt."     Evening,    Pn     i    Ini arna-
lion."
Queen's v v< tue Metho lisl ���.��� v. W.
il. Barraclough, B.A., pastor. Services
.i'i a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school
. nd Bible class al 2:30 p.m. Rev. Dr.
Sipprell will preach in tho m irning;
the Pastor In the evening.
Wesl End Methodist Rev. Mr. Ma-
: e, pastor. Services, I i a tn. and 7
p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
Sapperton Methodist. ��� Rev, L.
Thomas, pastor. Sunday services, 11
a.m, and 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30
p.m.; Epworth League, Monday, S p.m.
Pastor will preach al the morning
si i vli e; Rev. Dr, Slpprell in the evi n- .
lng,
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. J.
S. Henderson, pastor.' Sunday Ber-
vices 11 am. and 7p.m.; Sunday school
end Bible Classes 2:30 p.m. Sunday
nornlng subject, "Things Seen" and.
Revealed." Evening, second of series,
^'Life's Dreams."
West   Presbyterian���Rev. T. Ward-1
l.,w   Taylor,   M.A..   Ph.D.,   minister,
Services ll a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday
school  and   Bible  class,   2:30    p.m,
Morning subject,  "On  the  Exceeding
High   Mountain,"     Evening, "A Fatal
Choice."
Knox   church,   Sapperton���Rev.    D
0PERA"=HOUSE
McKenzie,  B.A.,  pastor,    Services, 11  iii    i j r  i rt/\
and 7 ,,���    Sunday school and|WCQlieSuty,   FeDlMV   20
Bi'ule   class,   2:30   p.m.;    meeting   ot ' ' '
LINCOLN J.CARTERS
Y   P. S C  t.  Immediately  after the
evening service.
Gospel Hall, corner Sixth avenut
and Ninth Btreet���Breaking of bread
every Sunday al 11 a.m.; Sunday
school and Bible class. Z p.m.; gospel
address, 7 p.m.; prayer meeting, Wed- I
nesday, 8 p.m. . ^^
St. Peter's cathedral (Roman Catho- ; M*fcf
lie)���   Benediction,     7   p.   in.;     Sun-'
day   Mass at   8  and   10:30 a.m.;   Cat-       "    j
echism at 2:35 p.m.;  Friday devotions [    -7'  \'
7:30 p.m. s-       .���.. ._,--'
Norwegian    ,  ,1 era  - R v    B.    ^     UR<rEST TRAIN EVERSEEH
Sand,   pastor.     Sun lav  morning  scr-1    "���" ~"^�� ".      i"   ."    __
��� OM ANY STAGE-
Gospel  Hall, Tenth   Btreet.     "Thej    Seats on sale at Ryall's Drug Store
two  witnesses,  who,  after  prophesy^ i nnircr    nr     rn        j  nr
lng, will be killed In Jerusalem, and rKIILj*-|DC, jUC 3DQ Cj��
after  lying  three  days and  a   half in"
the streets will come to life again." NOTICE.
(Rev, XI:  3-11.),  will be the subjeel -������
for the prophetic  lecture    tomorrow  &   A-  M-   Malins, deceasi I.
evening al 7 o'clock.    The baptismal      A11  i':   ,;;~   having  claims  againsi
rvi< ��� will be i onducte i ln 'he after-   :!''  '''"  '���":'[' '��� Melville Malins are requested to hand Bame (duly verified)
- > ��l ���     indei Bigned on or I efore the
li     of M     h,  1907,
'     IUR MAI.INS.
n al   ' o'cloi 'a.
TENDERS
(Sgd.)  CAPTAIN WATT.
Master.
Surrey Municipality.
NOTICE.
Will be re elved by the underslgne : 	
ui'   o noon on Thursday, 28 February,      The  public  Is hereby notified  thai
' "'    : '���   the  Purchase of Lol 30 ln   |   Captain   Watt, muster of ihe snip
Cit;   Block F. upon which is situated   Chelmsford,   will  not  be  responsible
i   two storey residence. f01 Hnv ,]el,tg thai may be contracted
Terms, one-third cash and the bal-   bj  the crew of the said ship.
i i* -   In six and twelve months, with
Ini tresi al seven i er << nt.
'renders musi ! i accompaine l by
a certified checque eguivalenl ; . five
i i r cenl of the bid ma le.
The highest or any fader nol ne-1
Tenders Wanted
MALINS, COULTHARD & CO. Ltd.' 	
Estate  AgentB,     I     Tenders  will  be received  until next
N w Westminster, n. c. meeting of the council, (March 2nd)
"   ' for repairs to Huntley Bridge, across
SAWMILL SITES,    TIMBER LIMITS, Nioomeckie riw,
I     Plans   and    Specifications   can   be
AWMILL and LOGGING MACHINERYseen at the home of Councillora S
' 11 van, Johnston, Rood.
AiiU oUrPLItS. Lmvest or any tender not necesaai
E. W. JOHNSON i--, m, CARNCROSS, C.M.O.
Rocm 4, Guichon Block1'" vordaie, b, c, Feb. 14,1907.
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THE DAILY NEWS
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THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company Limited, at their
offices, corner of Sixth and Front
streets. New Westminster, B.C.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
���never a suspicion of grittiness���
you taste the piquant savour���the
crystal melts unconciously.
Managing Director.
.... J. C. Brown
^TVERTISING RATES.
Transieti, display advertising, 10
cents per me nonpariel) 12 lines to
lh<= iLch. Five cents per line tor
njrseneent insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
ccpts per line.
For   time   contracts,   special   posl-
tins, apply to advertising manager,
of    births,    marriages   or
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treasury; and the second result of
which will !:<��� to put a large number
Oi   settlers  on   Northwest   lands  which
were of such a character thai the ordinary homeseeker could nol take them
up���and that is loot, a hoodie, and
si andal, and all the rest of ii
Two big companies, the C. I'. R.
and the Alberta railway and coal company���fhe latter leading   the    way���
si ac"���and write it so that the typesetter can decipher it without losing
time. We must ask correspondents
to hear in mind that, as we take the
trouble to typewrite nearly all "copy"
in order thai the process of typesetting may not he delayed, we cannot
he held to be unreasonable if we ask
' those who  wish us  to give ��pace to
��� the expression of their views, if they
cannot typewrite their manuscript, to
use pen and Ink, or a soft, black pen-
: cil, and also to condense as much as
I possible.
HORACE  DOR
Notices    or    mrins,    marriages    or i .      .     ,
deaths, 50c. Wants, for sales, lost or broughl a big tract ol barren land
found, rooms to let, etc., one cent per ' into use by irrigation. Ihere was a
*-ord. No advertisement taken for : big tract of governmenl land up ihere
!^Il!^JLlL^�����^^~~~-.--~---~-- i which required similar treatment to
TELEPHONES. i make  it   good   for  anything.      Had  il
...been good enough for settlement with,-
Day Office   A22 '
out   such   treatment,   the   governmenl
would   have   given   II   away   to  home-
Night   Office    B22
'���""irT
i slender:
Well,   a   syndicate  offered
SATURDAY.   FEB.   16,   1907.
$1   an acre   for  It,  and  got   it   al   that
i price on condition that ii .spend a million at  least  in  Irrigation,     The syn-
] dicaie. iii order to gel Its money hack
THE   SCANDAL   SEASON. ! ""IS'    S""    ","   ,;"' '   "'   -"""'^    :""<
| milsi   sell  ii   in   competition   with  the
Now thai the Dominion Parliament  ��.      ,, ,     ,     ,       ...     ,,
free homesteads  winch    the govern-
is   :n   --sinn,   we   must   expect   a   re- j ������,���, ���,-,-,,,.s ,��� .,,, [n ,jl(, s;m|(, [)ar) ()|.
newal of the scandal campaign,    Not  the country,
onl;   are ihe Tory papers of the Fast-j     Bj   Ihis   deal
��� governmenl nets
$'��� an acre for thi land, the counlry
pels all the settlers the syndicate can
bring In, and the railways get a barren tracl across which their lines
would run at a loss, turned Into good
loftlesl statesmanship j paying territory. Th
in secret  deals such  as the  Kaien is-
em provinces full of such matter, bui
their articles are eagerly copied by
British Columbia organs of the same
stripe,      Papers  which  could see no-
thin:
nil    th,
iand business, are filled with horror
at open and plain business transactions of the Ottawa Government. So
long as I hey are able to show thai
somebody is likely to make a protii
out of a transaction with the Government, they ask for nothing more, i pitch of their voices.
Smith, Jones,  or   Robinson makes   a 	
bargain with the Ottawa Government
out of which be expects to realize VVe '""" elsewnere ;| summary of
a profit���enougih, the organs how th<Mirogramme of the spring fair and
scandal." "corruption," "Laurier and  saIe '" '"' he,d here "oxl
ordinary man
would require a very powevfut pair of
spectacles to see anything wrong
about that, bui the gentlemen Mho
could swallow Kaien island, and Kit-
tfniaat, and that   business of the $37,-
 * worth of shares, without   making
a   wry   face,   howl   "scandal"   at    the
Loot," and so forth. .lusi before the
election, some British Columbia people gol a concession from the McBride
Government oul of which they made
the downeaster'a ten per cent. That
is they look oul $lo for every $1 they
imi iii. The organs saw nothing
wrong aboul that���thai was statesmanship. Now the Ottawa Governmenl has made a deal with a syndi
r:'"'- the first result of which it to
put over a quarter of a million in the
month. It.
is to be hoped that no reasonable effort will be spared to make the affair
a success . Success will mean that
ihi* will be an annual event, and it
will also mean help and encouragement  to a  most  important   Industry,
The Daily News has received a communication from "V. A. .1." which it
will he bappy lo print if the writer
will cul ii down lo about half its pfes-
enl length���the points will so in ttet
An  Opposition   Myth.
The Ottawa Opposition seems to
have been rendered quite Kiddy hy
the Conservative victory in British Columbia, it Imagines till sorts ol
things, it has hallucinations thai the
Federal .Ministers acted tyrannically
and coerclvely to secure a Liberal
victory. Almosl the only proof offered for this charge is lhal Mr. W. W.
I:. Midlines threw up the Governorship of the Yukon in order io take a
pari in the election, and lhat Judge
Henderson "descended" from the
Bench and likewise threw in his lol
with ihe Provincial Liberals.
Well, ihis is a free counl ry, anl
ihere is nothing io prevent a man
from resigning any position he ma>
hold for something that seems more
attractive to him. There is nothing
ia ihe criminal code against doing ho.
I' may be thai the average Tory would
be ready to commll anyone to tic
asylum who threw up a succulent
Governmenl job. imi there is an unaccountable streak in some Liberals
prompting them to public service even
at some sacrifice.
11 may he whispered as a profound
secret, nol to he repealed of course,
that the Liberal members'in the Commons from British Columbia were not
only anxious hut hopeful for Mr. Mac
donald's success ancl for Premier McBride's downfall. indeed it may be
further revealed thai the entire Liberal delegation in Parliament from all
the Provinces wove hoping for Mr.
Mncdonald's success. In addition to
the ordinary motives that move party
men, there was the feeling that Mr.
McBrfde's campaign in regard to heller terms for British Columbia was a
clumsy piece of demagogism. To
treat this, however, as high treason
would indicate that our friends iu the
other camp have' grown slightly hysterical. There was neither tyraoay
nor coercion nor undue Interference
on the pari of the Federal Ministers
in British Columbia���Globe.
Goldsmith    Silversmith
and Diamond Merchant
Columbia St., Next to Tram Office
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
FOR   SALE-r.ood   Jersey,   Durham
cow.   near calving.      Apply   Box   I...
Dally News Office. 32-39 j
WANTED���\n    opportunity    for    a
|     young   man   to  learn the  photographic business at   Hacking's studio.
Columbia street. 2d-40
WANTED���Apprentice for the Millinery Department, also Lady Clerk
for Store, one with experience preferred,   Apply  W. S. Collister & Co,
the ARROW PRESS Job and Commercial Printing, Posters, Dodgers,
Typewriter circulars, Business head"
ings, Programmes, etc. DAILY
NEWS BLOCK. Mrs. DOMINY,
Prop.
THE Mil PAPER IS THE 6EST
PAPER FOR ADVERTISERS.
RINGS! RINGS!!
The   most   Beautiful   Selection   of    Rings    evi
imported   into   the   city   are   now   on   view
our store on  Columbia street. :      :      ���
DIAMONDS      EMERALDS      TOPAZ      AGATE
RUBIES      PEARLS      SAPPHIRES      GARNETS
AMETHYSTS      OLIVINES
in solitaire, twin, three and assorted settings
WEDDING RINGS       KEEPERS      GENTS' SIGNET
RINGS in bewildering profusion
W. C Chamberlin
The Jeweler
Columbia St.
F. CRAKE lhe Royal Bank of Canadi
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Ceo. Adams,   Grocer
Ladies' Gold Watehes from $12.7") up
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
fart, $6.1)0
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, double
case. $7.5fl up
Agent for the celebr;'<lfii South Bend
Watches, supplied to th�� Wellman Arctic Expedition.   All watfanteri.
Chains,. Rings, Jewelry, ete.
Wateh repairing; chargwresttwrable.
Insures absolute security to deposit or--.. START NOW to save : ir monal
hnd you will never regret it. People dn harder things everj ;��� md hav|
nothing to show for it
ONT; DOLLAR opens an account.    Put it In your pocket, II      ..:
ably he nothing, hut ON'10  DOLLAR   deposited  every  week  with us will ii |
ten years amount to J604.50.   THINK   THIS OVER
OPEN SATURDAY  EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   UHANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
UNRIVALLED BARGAINS at our SURPLUS SALE
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FURNITURE
You don't need to wait until you have all the money to furnish your home, and it is no particular favor
you ask if you want to try our instalment system.
CASH OR
CREDIT
METAL  BEDS
All Brass Beds, Enammeled Iron
Beds, Brass Trimmed Iron Beds and
.-.,., ���., ___   Q.jj.^ jn ajj gjzes an(j cojors> Ht prices
which will please the most exacting buyers.   We must dis-'
pose of our surplus stock.   Benefit by it.
BUFFETS
We have a large stock of Buffets, all finishes, golden
quarter sawed oak, early English, Antwerp, period and solid
mahogany.
CASH OR CREDIT
Carpets Curtains Linoleums
Oil Cloths
Our stock of floor coverings, window and door hangings,
is the most complete in the city. We
can handle orders for the largest and
costliest residences in the city, and
furnish them to the satisfaction of
the most fastidous.
The Furniture Display on
our floors is not excelled in
British Columbia, because
we have the very choicest
selections produced by the
best manufacturers.
CASH OR CREDIT
Baby Carriages
and Go-Carts
EASY
PA YMENTS
It was the best buying we ever did
when we received our carload of ] 907
designs in American Baby Carriages and Go-Carts.     W
bought at a snap and will pass along the beraefit to our customers*
PARLOR suites
We have beautiful lines of Parlor Smites at unparaJ
low prices.   Come and view our stock.
Sideboards, Bedroom Suites, Couches,
Extension Tables, Pictures, etc., etc., at
prices never heard of
before in B. C. Come in
and inspect our stock.
CASH OR
CREDIT
Complete
Housefurnisher
FAL
New Westminster
Columbia St
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delalnette - in    tl     in ir    I m<
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col*       r mi      bl acl     ��� h I
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mjjfat 70c; regular 1.35.
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Parlor Tables, regular 2.50; sale, i
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;. ten    :      right    jttract iv      <    i     waisti       n    .ic    tryiri      ���    ���'������
them;  just come And s��<   '������    yo  rse! rhes      price      Includ
man    FreneJi  w.istt.   artlstlfti I     nadi    ���    fin    wolle    materl  '
Sti ith Cas      - 	
to the fa     Ihai m       i        Iwai       ' Itiailvi
in m.   -.'.'!��� ilcall iyles s !-
mirocluci   ' ���'���    i .I i ���    ph        i    i i -     - ���    novation   I
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liatol   pockei     patcl    ml in   mil I      ; liiuiiln ���                   hut
Tin     prevallliif    p ice $11  it       ! 16 50; nl       min
..   $9.75 and ni    i $20.00
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Bookings a: tne opera r:ou:>
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Extension  Tables   a *    also re- \
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Come and look around
You wilt be struck with the bargains
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Sixth Avenue���7-roomed House
with a very nice garden, and
well  situated;   close  to  cars,
Price $2800.   Hall fash
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MANITOBA   WOOD   FIBI
NEW   BRUNSWICK   PLASTER.
LIVERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRICK.
FIRE SRICK.
FIRE     CLAY      and      MANTEL
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SEWER   PIPE,    DRAIN     TILE,
SAND. CRUSHED  ROCK.
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30   Minute   Service   during   n
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Sunday  Service   nalt Bl 'inly  ibe-
t .vi."!i 5.30 a tn. and 11 p.m.
rowing ApP*'eciat,on
ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
OVLV CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING  DEMAND  FOR  OUR
Sugar Cured
��� '""   """        '   " I   r��    ��c��    <      *->     a at       *��za        t,   i      r* *~^.      f , 1  i
inge his rnsyc hai.its, tie cent iii X British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., I. I i
I'i-; simpv and laborious life.   Always ���
���p Before Han-,,. He p.it��on the peas "
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n ���**���������������*f���***������**-*<>��'*<��->*
ant's clothes  thai he wore all Ills life,
Breakfast rirjms wl f*^f f>fl
v mmm mi-
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���    ������   ate his smip, lit his pipe and with his
���   '       ' '    ho.', in his haail and his easel on his
         us!". |   ,i,.|i    shoulilrr  starleil   for   his   work,   his   s.i
." nn! thouBahds j ttoi'diis voice ringing  ml Joyously.   O.
tall   RbH   Cliardln in Putnam's MonthJv.
      -Mviinu to si'Mva ami fishing
ll..��v   Hi.KlaiKl   Ion!  ArirenUrta.
���'   dlOTOWlttUea. ..n!|i]   lt  UQt  been   f���r (;(.,1(.,,.,|   Whit.
in,   .,���,,,,,   v, ,       ,,,,���,,.;  iHpk's disgraceful management of the
,    , lv  rlish   annv   in   180(1   Al'BentlnOi   In
������>"���-   -:    :'-���"������"""���'���     >"  ' '    |!r,,; L',OT.00O of British capitals
'   VW ot the SVc      .1  -,.o,|.     I illV.-si.MT.   would have been  a  portion
liureh.    The evehl il     ' m   \    �� the nritish empire," said Major Qen-
inlmari'        IQefii sti sei \SL^ Sil. v g 'Suliivl; at a meeting of
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STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
BUI made a  call  upon liis Jane;
Paw sat  in the nfxt room.
A very sr.d arrangement this���
Th<y haJ no chance to spoon.
Papa rame In to take a look;
He thoupht they were too still.
But Jane was Filtinff over there,
While Over here was Bill.
bed
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had ^
papa
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Bill asked her for a  kiss.
Bhe turned  tiie llpht down  very
And they sat close���llkethls!
���December Bohemian.
I nese trade reached bigfj tide i'i 18SC.:
with    a   total   export   of   300.000X100
I pounds.   In 18S4 china furnished nboot
7J per cent of the world's total. Indlii
j and Ceylon 18 per cent and Japan and
I Formosa   10  per cent     But   In   1904
when  the total  consumption  had  Increased  to 644,000.000 pounds,  China
I contributed only :!<> per cent, India and
: Ceylon 60 per cent and Japan and Formosa in per cent.   The decline in china is ascribed to careless methods of
cultivation and preparation of the leaf..
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Satisfied Crowds
RWWEWfflg
low,
Cool.
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ED. GOULET.
C.P U. Agent.
Editor- V"i;:- novel Is stolen- everj
word, excepl the title.
Author How do you lllte the title?���
Fllegende Blatter.
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
�� lard Block.   N��w Westminster. B.C. J
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram Depot
' '���'���:����� 'Phone lW.       Karn  KDone 137
Columbia St.
Baggage delivered    promptly to *ny
I art of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
A Yoke  I lni( Lincoln Made.
The University of Illinois has lately
added a number of relies to its Abraham Lincoln collection. Anions other
treasures in the university's possession
is an ox yoke made by Lincoln at New
Salem, 111., in 1830, when he was twenty-one years old. It remained there
until 1849, just after Lincoln's return
from his only term In congress. Then
Lincoln and his brother-in-law, Clark
M. Smith, visited New Salem together.
While there the two attended an auction sale of farm chattels, anions which
was the ox yoke. When the yoke was
offered fur sale it was treated as a novelty because made by a congressman,
Lincoln acknowledged having made
the yoke, and .Mr. Smith bid it off. saying "it was wortli taking home as a
souvenir because made hy his brother-
in-law and a member of congress."
A  Little U.-it.li Into Space.
There are very few stars whose distance is even approximately known to
astronomers. Moreover, the different
estimates of the distances of these few
vary by large amounts. The nearest
known star is Alpha, in the constella-
i tion Centaur, not visible from the
northern lands of the earth, and one
of the next nearest is the little star In
the northern constellation Cygnus, called "Sixty-one Cygni." The latest determination of this star makes its distance 53,000,000,000,000 miles. This Is
about 18,000,000,000,000 miles less than
the distance derived from Professor
Hall's measurement of some fiftwo
years' atfo.
Thp Letter I.
The name of "I" Is In Hebrew jod or
Jot, a hand, and the earliest characters
; representative of lhe sound closely resemble a band with but three fingers.
Little by little one finger after another
dropped off until only the little finger
was left, and the letter became the
smallest in the alphabet, a jot or tittle,
that is, tbe "I" and its dot being synonymous of tbe most Insignificant
things tliat could be described.
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That is what left our store yesterday. And
why shouldn't they be, after having secured
the best bargains ever offered in high-
grade Footwear?
Here are specimens of what we will give you
to-day:
Men's  Best   American   $e.so   BOOTS   for  $4.50*
5.50 " "       3.90
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A Joyous   Moment.
"There is my last poem," said the
young but melancholy contributor.
"Thank the Lord!" replied the dignified editor as lie clung to his chair
that he might not dance a bornpipe.-
Uetfoit Free Press.
J. D. King
Ladies' Queen Quality
"    Patent Leather
"    Dongola
Child's Boots,     .
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5.00        " "       3.50
4.50 " "       3.00
4.50        " "      3.45
3.00  SHOES    "      1.95
25c and 50c a pair
Common Now.
Silver forks are to be used at Rock-
away and West Point hotels during (he
coming summer.���Volume 1. Nj. 1. New
York Morning Herald. May G. 1S30.
Decline of Chinese Ten.
Some interesting statistics bave been
collected hy Vice Consul Arnold at Fu-
chau concerning the great decline in
China's tea trade. From HITS, when
tea was first introduced into England,
until 1837 China held exclusively the
tea trade of the world. Then India began to enter the tea market.   The Clii-
Unlnv  Day Money.
"Is your husband putting by anything fur a rainy day'-'' asked the prudent relative.
"I think so." answered young Mrs.
Torkins. "I heard him mention several
horses yesterday that be said always
run best on a muddy track."���Washington Star.
We have some of those 25c Womens
Rubbers left.
We also give 2 boxes of Black Beauty Polish for 2k
Come with the crowd
Smnrt   Youth.
"Voting man. there are two questions
, In life���'Will it pay?' and 'Is It right?'
Which shall you choose?"
"Both. I'll use the first up to fifty.
��� and then I can probably afford to
j Jdopt the second."���Houston Chronicle.
W. E. SINCLAIR
lhe RELIABLE SHOE MAN
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All the best Operas, Leading Tenor, Baritone and
Bass soloists, also Soprano and Contralto. Band
Selections, Dance Music, Comic Songs, in endless
variety.
PIANOS
Call and inspect our leading lines. New Scale
Williams, Morris, Dominion and Nordheimer, the
finest makes in British Columbia, and can be purchased on easv terms.
Bank of Montreal
EST ^.BLISHED 1S17.
CAPITAL $1-5,400,000.00
RESERVE        $11.000,000.0 J
Branches i'i!- ighout Canada and Newfoundland, and   in   London,   England,
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Savings Bank Department. Deposits received in sums of $1 and upwai .-.
and Interesl allowed al 3 pei cent, ei ai mm (present r ��� i added
four times a year.
Total Assets over $168,000,000.00.
N'EW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH i. D.  BRYMNER, M   i
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
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SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Depos ���  cf $1 and upwards received, and interest allowed at current rates.   The
lepo it< r is   ubjeel I i no delay whatever in the withdrawal
oi the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. It. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. 8 TO 0 O'CLOCK.
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Foot of 1th Ave.   Cor. Kith  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
Opposite Train Office
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOUOVH
"THE NORTHWESTERN Uf
Eight Trains Every Day in the V-
BETWEEN
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and Chicago
THE TRAIN I F FAMI
THE NORTH-WESTERN, Lu.l
Embodies the newe.'t and bcstitej
for COMFORT, CONVENIENCE
and LUXURY. It is lighted n
both electricity and gas; the most|
brilliantly illuminate..! train in '"I
world. The equipment consists o
private compartment cars, staiwaM
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining I
car, reclining chair cars (seats IfWi'|
modern day coaches and bullet,
brarv and smoking cars.
For Time Tables, Folders, or ��JI
further information call on or wf1" |
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT.
720 Second Avenue. Seattle, WW
Spokane Falls & Northern Ryu|
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co,
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
The only all rail  route  between
points east,  west   m !
land, Nelson and intei I      .
connecting at Sp* kane with '>;:        1
Northern, Norther:;  I',.
& N. Co. ....
Connects at Rossi " I ���' ''��� '"' .
adian Pacific Railway for Bounow
Creek points. .,,
Connects at    Meyers    F ''������   m
?tage f'aily for Republic.
llufTet   service   on   trains   bett��
Spokane and  Nelson.
November  w
New Westminster's Music liouse
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NEXI GUICHON HOTEL
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All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship andj'ScoWy [Buil'dingi
a specialty.
Estimates j "promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RE6IDENCE~24 Eighth street, New
Westminster, B.C.
For electric signs, dynamos, motors,
fans, 'phone fixtures, shades, bells, batteries, wire and cables of all kinds
and sizes. House wiring. Motor in-
stalling a specialty. All kinds of repairs promptly attended to,
J. DIGBV, Proprietor
PHONE 304.
Effective
rgoi.
Leave
g.20 a.m.
12.25 p.m.
9.40 a.m.
Sunday,
Day Train
.. Spokane
. .Rossland
FARMERS !
W" Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   FOR    HIDES.
Arrive
S,...|..mr    .������7'15p'"!'
4.10 P"1'
Nelson  6.45 P"1'
H. A. JACKSON
j.heinlev
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specify-
TH. 113. Office, eigh'h Stree-
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  &
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FE3. 16, 1907.
THE DULY SEWS
B.
McQuarrie & Co. beg to notify their many
' nts that their office has been removed from
the Fales block, Columbia street, to the Hol-
brook block, Front St.
lote the New Address���
FRONT  STREET
Who Said
.::   acres   between
I ;iShth   avenue;   south
Price $2,500.
Ic   CHEAPEST   HOUSE   IN   THE
CiTY.
:: ame;    6
..������:��� of Eighth an I
,. tween   Third    in I
Price $1,000   ���
7 pei cent.   Bal
[th   sl reet, bei�� een
One acre back of  the
Orphanage.   $800 cash.
F or full particulars apply
at once.
Telephone   333
Si     i   ic-nied house, Seventh street, i      2 lots, cornSf 5th street ana 5th
Another   of   Our   Snips
-   -���   es nea   Cloverdah
i" acres crop] I this
1 acres slashed, easllj clean .
���  ������    land,   Frame    housi    ���
n* .    Fifth avenue,  two storeys, full
sized lot, $1,600.
. : a half lots, Sapperton, just
ihia street and Brunette, only
-' '   .    Terms to be arrange I
. lot, No. 12 Thin avenue
avenue; size of lot 100x100. Corner
lot. Can be bought, at once for $450.
inside lot. $400.    Good snap.
1i> acres, Coqui lam, 10 acres cleared, near Black's ranch, $2,000.
House and lot, 33 x 100, 1%-storey,
Situated  near Queen's avenue. $1,150.
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f*SS
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BOVRIL ?
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. eet, in rth Side.    $300 easy ; It's "P to you to stop paying rent.
.
One hundred and sixty acres N. \Y.
Vt Pec.    15. Township 11, two miles
;   ivenue; we 3       istered     irg      a  I'i full  sized on 6!h street, in ��� from Fort  Langley,   5  acres slashed.
- ni  size.   I'rii.   J ise,    a a  lshe I,   eti
$6,400. terms eas
:. ��� -   between   Seve
,.; m Btreet, 1 asi
Snap in Lots,
ill 1 leared and fen
:   me of the lots. $1,500,      Three lots, less  16 teei
j,. 1   me year al 7 pei   Sixth streel a; i Fifth av* ..
$1,000. tei ..
5 TOom Vacaa    ots foi  sale in all parts ol
Oniy  l.urna'... .   East   side  100  yards from
Cliff  Can   factory.    Price $1,020.
House on Royal and Eighth street,
;��������'>���        ���    . . > ns.  full  sized
,,. $2,000.
���lust
.... ks,    fruit   land-,   near
.Tunction, $20 per acre.
Xo. 1 land.    Trice  $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time. 7 per cent,
interest.
1 1-2 acres, between 5th
and 6th avenue and 16th
and 14th Sts.    $500 cash.
... ��� ..mi    for    T> room -  u ���
. ���  finished; 2 full-sized
on . irner of   Fourth .r.  a ie
street,     Price    $1.     I
tlan* e ���'> and 12 mos
, ng    16   feci, corner ol
|x     and Fifth avenue.   Price
half c ish, I alance In 6 an ! I -
n'is,at 7  ������".��� ci i.i.
- on Twelfth stre il        �� ie
tin     ..':   F un-ili    avenues.    Pi Ice
li.ii ��� r the t�� '.
: im $25.00 to $3,000
'"  ' ���   ��� Q   e .     :. Abbotsford,
' ���-    ea     .-������.-.. 220 fruit
������ >' :00. ha .    a h, balance
i ��� nients al ie sonable
��� -t.
ii   is I a . ove i ;../ i.  bull linns
! ��� i om;   i        iar Cl iver lah .
i iiltl ati :i. $ is.COO.    If you
"���   han ��� >   th ���.   ' m't   d !laj;   it's a
i irg tin; :     is i an be arrange 1.
| '.        on Fourth avenue, sec-
ICO acre., good farm land in Delta,
rwelfth   street      Price   ''"ut "���'-��� !��iU,s ������   ;' r'ver, near Scotl
t ish, one half in 6 months   road' '���-' Peracre, a veal good buy.
��� ���   real
lbO acres, N.K. 1t section 19, town-
ship   1 i    Langley;    small    house,    30
ro INVESTORS.
i, half mile waterfront, G.X.  acres   cleared'    timl,or   valued   *;;s0-
Price  $1,500,   one-third   cash,   balance
at 7 per cent.
50 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton. overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital. Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $125, inside
lots SIOO. Onlv 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and IS months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
$9,460. terms
,:.4   thr
���.>������ i Ig ite.
,,,,,. ,      can be bought now for $25 per acre,
storei   li.ms.. between   Fourth House an    I Vs lots, 5 rooms, price
j   uuuaq ueuwecu  r ..���_,,       ,   ,  ,                              only one-quarter cash needed, halance
������ne  seven rooms  Hems $1,375, half cash, balance to be arrang-  .
uuc, .nm iuuujo. n .      ,                  ...                             in one or two years at 7 per cent
One hundred and sixty acres, X.W.
V* Sec. 25, Township 16, 2% miles
from Abbotsford. creels running
through, Till acres alder bottom, said
to  be  $600 worth  of timber on the
1 property.    Price $10 per acre, H cash,
j balance on time.
Ten acre.- in Lot Iti;;. one mile east
lot Westminster Junction, A.1 soil, easily cleared.   $30 per acre.
Two  storied  house,   7  rooms,  bath,
I sewer   connections,   all    modern   Improvements, splendid  locality,  $2,800.
\ Tei ms arranged.
House, corner of Fifth avenue and
Sixth slreet, one lot. two storeys, 8
rooms, $2,500. half cash
Boarding house. 20 rooms, on Sixth
! street,   one   block  from    posl    office.
OLD VIOLINS.
TT><-    llovi    Method    of    Finding    Ont
Their True \ h!o<-.
Very often somebodj thinks thai he
or she has a small fortune locked up
in a Sddle case. The somebody does
not knew iiiu,-h about violins, bui has
heard or read that an old violin Is a
very valuable thing, and because
grandfather happened to leave a violin, to assiune duties upon the harp,
somebody immediately believes thai
grandfather's violin is a treasure. As
a matter of fact, niuety-nlue times
ont of a hundred grandpa invested in
a ten dollar fiddle ami played "Suwa-
nee Hiver" and "Annie Laurie." When
he bougM it the violin was worth $10,
but since then it has been depreciating in value at the rate of about 10
cents a year. From the mere fad
thai ni.>st of the varnish is scratched
olt and there are several cracks in the
Instrument it does not follow that it is
an "old one."
cjood 1 v start with It
h a :e and - >ed .are.
: ban i. a po >r fiddle
i any extent if it snr
II   two.
violin  by  the  label
If a  violin  is
will improve \i .
but, on the oi
Is net benefited
vives a century
Don't   ludge  i
80 acres rood fruit land in Surrey;  "SP8 ;" *;;o $& month, or for sale at
$1,700.
fed at 6 per cent.; Alice street.
$-'.500.
Mouse, eight rooms, on St George
street, corner Fourth. $2,500; easy
terms.
,0x150, outside city limits      James inlet, three square miles, at      ,is,i ...res   Mioie tn.i-e  Sections 28       .. ., . ,
, '      ai us, .vi,i,iu   in.i-1 . ...   ion.   to,       House,    full    sized    lol.   on    kean
ot.    Fuller  particulars on  $6.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy. 90 .,,,,1 ���;���>  Townshln 1  one-half oral-   .... ��, ,
-���   ana ���.-.   lownsuip .. urn  imu   pi.u    street..   Sapperton;   rents  lor  $10   per
lie. rest brush ami some small trees.' montn 0uh $1i050.
Ibices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Section 29, $60 per acre; Section 28, $55
per acre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegraph station, Pitt River Bridge.
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per ceui.  Exclusive .. cenci
'- m cottage, Tth Ave.&
'' St., facing Tth Ave.; 2
f sized lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
woodsheds, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees. Price
$1800, half cash, bal. 6&
���1.,
is. at i per ct.
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.
S 1 a. res ot '.and near Suthei land >
mill, in Surrey; good house, G acres
cleared; onlj $1,000. eas.v  torms,
80 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-room house,
chicken house; one ac.
cleared; good well, purest
wat er. ^ $ 1,000. ( hance
of a lifetime.
res, Westminster district. 10
:. ler i ultivation, LO acres or-
1 ai re strawberries plante I
; alder bottom land; running
house 18 n 22; frame harn 30
Kin acres in Surrey, near Hrown &
.  Coulthard's ranch, $7  per acre;   good
terms;   fruit   lauds;   see   us  for   par
Lot    No.    10,    full    si/.e.    on   Agnes        ,,������..,,   Qnd   ,,,,     Bfl   x   ,;;;-���   baclj
street, all cleared and fenced, ready brewery,  facing Columbia  St.   Kent ,
for building:  a real good speculation  ,-,���. j24.00 per month,     Price $1,200. "''ul:u's-
for $000.    Half lot  No. 7. $2:0.               nnu     cagUj   balance   In    six    months. House.     10    rooms,   i'o    lots,   near
i You canuol possibly gel a higher per Fourth   avenue   and   Seventh  street.
inside of it     Anybody can copy an old ]
name and date and paste it In.    If all
the violins bearing a StradlvarlUs label were his. poor old Antonius would |
be working yet.   More than half of the I
cheap, worthless violins bear copies of
his or some oilier master's label, and
even some real old and good  Instruments have been  passed  off as the
work of A mat i, (iuarneri,  Maiiini and
Other famous makers
Any one having a violin with the la- |
bel of a comparatively unknown maker j
Is likely to bo the owner of B more valuable    Instrument     than    the    person 1
whose    fiddle    Is    marked    "Antonius
Stradiv arius "
There is only one waj i> find out
whether or nol a violin is llvlug up to
Its name, nnd that is to gel the jUdg
menl of a good dealer.    If he tells yon j
thiii your violin Is uo need, but still 1
offers to buy It, you may be quite certain thai you have a good fiddle. Hut
don't sell it. 'take it to Rome other
authority and see whal he says, bui
don'l make a bargalu Vou will bear
from him If your violin is genuine, for
the supply of vnlunble ones W small
and ureal rivalry exists among dealers
to secure masterpieces.
A treat many people have the Idea
thai all the very good Instruments are
the output of a half dozen old geniuses
when die truth Is thai there are scores
of iilil iis well as quite modern makers '
whose works brim: very high prices.-
New York  Herald.
Don'l say people when yon mean persons. People is a collective noun, in
the singular number.
Don't say flapdoodle words, for even
when properly employed your meaning
will not lip so clear to the reader as
when you use simple word-.
DonM say receipt when vou menu
recipe. The collector to whom you pay
money gives you a receipt. A formula
for the preparation of food is a recipe.
Don't say surprised when you mean
astonished.    SOU  may be astonished  to
find Johnny stealing jam, but he Is sur
prised by you. st. Louis Post-Dls
patch.
The <'.-nttp��n,inly  l.oopnrft.
The cheetah has a reputation as one
of tlv most gentlemanly of beasts, a
story from Ootacamund shows what
fine manners the animal h��s. Three
Calcutta visilors to the hill nlatton
were out on a tramp when they were
overtaken by a thunderstorm, neeom
panted by sheets of rain. They spied a
eavo in the Ride of the hill, and into It
they rushed. When the rain stopped
they came out nnd. lo their surprise,
found a cheetah sitting licking the
heavy wet off his waistcoat and hin
paws. 11 was his cave, but rather than
deprive his visitors of llielr shelter th<��
polite creature had sat outside In the
driving tempest. With a frlpudly mew
and gracefully wagging his tail, the
cheetah bade adieu to his gUOgtS and
Walked with dignity Into his house.���
Asian Magazine.
14-post   frame house  and  co*     ,., , res on the Scott road, 15 acfes
three In all, -���.rule g cows and
clea e I;   barn 50 s 30;  stables, etc,
r.entage for your monej  lhan ll  per $.?.ooo.   Terms can he arranged,
A FEW WORDS.
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ca -a.    il ince e 1 -
136 acres, one mile from  Hunting
don, II.1' ,  70 :u ics  In  mass. IE  acres
10 acres near Mud Bay, $7 per acre;   Iralned aad fenced;  house and bam
.... us tor fuller particulars. rosl $2,500; good road along one Bide;
'  :""'S1'*: near Ml  ilon s ttlon;   . , ....   w���    mlj $30 , .. acre $1(000
churi lies    near    al    h md;
.��� lands twice a day; aboul I 11
nber, fir and cedar, never beeu      Between  Fifth aad  Sixth  '1101111  ..
: $2,000   refused  for   standing  ;. :,   Seventh street, eight rooms, all I prlno $50 per acre, half cash, balanoi
carriage house 16 x 24;  hen  modern,   table and chicken house, full to sull purchaser al 6 per cenl    Rea
adfi ol hewed timber laid in   .,;... ;  ��� ,-.  two   storeys, $1,000 cash,     8-roomed house, all modern improve   gon ,-,���. ,,,.ri.,.   the owner's wire is in
12 x 30.   A chance of a life- s:,5oo. tn"M' ��� nue location, corner of Fourth  : ;|1 henUb) ,,nI <,.,, ,, g0 ,,, ��� rold
000, $4,000 cash, balance al G streel   and Agnes,   $5,000,   one   half j cllmate
160 aire, in Surrey, 5 acres cleared, cash,    \ comfortable home and   good
  fenced on road side $1,800, half cash, famllj   residence Double leucine i house, ;. rooms in
balat. n time al  G per  cent, su - each I se. water, light, full Use lot,
' between    Flrsl   and   Second    street.
Don'l say abolishment, for abolition
In the perfect word.
Don'l say wonderment when wr#ider
win express your meaning
Don'l say "My polities are " Politics
In sinuulur iu spite of the dual s.
inroi nn��l 1I10 PHnce ��'��* Jolnvltle.
"I thank you, Corel," said the prince,
holding ont his hand, "for having al
lowed me to renew my youth In seeing
your works. And. look, I see Ihere an
otd acquaintance, your picture of
Dante In hades, lt was In the Salon
of lK-i:i\ was It not?" "That is true
mon prince," said Corel. "How in tb ���
name of goodness can you remember
the date you who have seen so many
things since that lime'.'" "And the
critic Delecluse," replied the prince,
"worried you a great deal on this sub
Joel. BUt It touched you very Utile,
and you were right. And this lovelv.
Delicate study yon must hive made it
In the neighborhood of Genoa?" "Indeed, I did," bellowed Cot'Ol In Ills
threat voice. "You are gifted with sec
oiul sight. For teii years now 1 hnve
senrehe.1 in my old noddle for the pi ic
where I did lhal. and it noe led y ill
mon priie e, to come and tell me "
"That, M. Corot, ii became l '.ic
sketched til i ie beautiful niu nln i
more than ten time', nn ' I Un \\\ I letti
by heart There i I "li ���" er du Ij "
there of n mill un the dr. iei II
nnd gr IJ aad ve' \ true I thiol
niusl ! ii e Pe.ai done ill 1 Ullli r ������ ���
An I ii ixt i" It 1 recognize the i er of
H e . uM of l,u Roehelle "   "I >i \ In ��� i
Igiieur pardon, mon prince I
there I> nothing I i tench you. I see
only one thing that to your title and
quality of prince nnd admiral must bi3
nddcil lhat of 'wizard.'" *). i liardbi
In Putnam's Weekly.
V'eMWt'ACfXaiW^^
IB-roomed House, with
| tth room, pantry, scul-
'��� ������ root house and wood
I attached; electric
: ': hot and cold water.
181 ft. front, 280 ft. deep
(nioreorless). All kinds of
[ruit, 5 walnut trees, all
bearing small fruit. Price
for the whole $5,500;
terms half cash, bal. 7 per j
cent. Price of house and |
��� going with it, $4,000.
1 elephonic communication
with house.
2 lots can he bought sep-
arately; 50 ft. front, 280
!' leep, S750each; good
faring fruit trees; lane on
back from 3rd Ave. to 4 th
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to sale if Umber,
Exclusive Sale
5 acres on Gth St., just
off city limits. $1,100,
easy term:-. Fine property for subdivision or
market gardening, chicken
���anch or small fruit farm.
..,     ,;��� |oi 369, joins Lake Coramur,
, ml   70  acres,   only   $23   per  acre.
ii nf cash.   Jump.
House and lol on 8th slice!. Lol BGx
120, il rooms, woo ished chicken house,.
$1,050.   Term i eas.v.
L60 acrea, Lat��gley, 25 under cultiva-
.. ,..; house, barn, shed*, etc. all In
good repair; a  snap   tl  $3,000, half
i  .
conveniences, on Carnarvon itreel and
,-jlxlli street, two Btoreys, $3,7?0.
' '"���   ' '"''"! Four..), aventto, on north side.    Price)
$i,5oo, hair rn th, balance In one ye ir
al 0 per cent,
100 acies. nil  leu     '.  lea I.V  for CUi
llvation, good water, hair mile  from
school, al   Chiiliwack, $75 per  aore.
!n host residential portion of New Westminster,
cast end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
X 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,500. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
ill    acres   In    Pltl     Meadows,   only
}:::, per acre,   one third cash, balance
al   II   per   rent.
S and in acre blocks In Surrey, three
miles from the river, $io per acre.
Large lot and two cottages <>n Columbia sireet, Sapperton,   Both rented;
at $tu each.
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don.- bv the "Boston Dentists." our operators are all graduate spe
cinllsis of man, years' experience,   We employ no other-:   Th I
work, accomplished with the aid or the "Boston Dentists'" pal
ed painless methods, is the best  known to the profession.    Our
gold ami porcelain crown and bridge work cannot be equalled an
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Read Our Prices���They Never Change
Five. Cottages and two lots on First    ,���<
treat,  Opposite Queen's  park.    Price
$7,000.
I,     e and lot on Agnes street, two
......      ,,.,: a real snap ot j     Full sized lot  on nepina Btre"t, 6fix j
$2,500,
132, Lot in, Rub. I 1/vt 8. Trice $'.i0.
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A��nt. for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
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Oold Crowns   $5.00
Bridge Work, per tooth $3.00
Oold Fillings.,
.Silver Fillings,
Extracting.,  ..
.$1  and  up
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THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hour3 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. .DR. A. R. BA KER, Consulting Dentist.
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;.:;;jTi~ the daily news '".:-'> ^
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SATURDAY
DO YOU want to save both time and money in
making your purchases ?
DO YOU want to look upon the largest selection
of European goods in the province ?
ARE YOU a wideawake buyer ?    Yes.    Then you
must deal with a wideawake firm.
IF YOU will take the trouble to come and see us,
WE WILL, in 3 minutes, convince you that it is in
YOUR INTERESTS to place your order with us.
Public Supply Stores
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter intended for this e >lumn should be addressed. -Social Kiiitor, Daily News. P.O.
Box 402, New Westminster."
..A Cheap Home..
A good House and three Lots
on Third Street for $1900.
ANOTHER!      ANOTHER!
Nice 2-storey House, corner lot.
on Queen's Ave.  Only $1600.
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
���   NEW   WESTMINSTER
Second Hand Junk Store
4)   O   O   i*   O   (
O O 0 O  O O i'  0  O O t' V  (i   (i  O  0 O   0  O  O oooo
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.
Applyby^maii,       Between  Columbia  c
'PhoZNo. 214       Eraser River Hotel
���Phone   105. 'Phone  105.
THE   CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT SIREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phone  10b.
MAPLE LEAF
are made from the best ''Para" rubber.
Made to fit every style and shape of
men's shoes, ladies' shoes and shoes for
the little ones.
In ladies' shapes they are neat, light,
perfect fitting and lasting-.
Insist on "Maple Leaf" Brand���it's
on every rubber.
Sold by all dealers.
Western Agents
J. Leckie Co. Ltd.
Vancouver  B.C.
^jiqr^g���i
Sole Agent in New Westminster, W. I SINCLAIR
WE wish to emphasize
is this���Money can seldom be put to work in
such Goof> Real Estate
as that which we are
at present offering.
See us and get our
timely tips on some
good bargains.
HERE IS ONE
������ ������ ���������mam
Modern, 7-roomed House
on Third Street, below Third
Avenue. Grates, electric light
and sewerage. Price $2,500.
Good terms.
Miss Vivian Scholefieki is spending
tne week end in the city the guest of ,
.Mrs.  DeWolf Smith.
Mrs Brymner pave a small bridg*
party yesterday afternoon.
The engagement is announced of
Mi.-s Ethel Brymner, daughter of G.
D. Brymner, manager of the Bank ol
Montreal, an.I F. A. Macrae, account-
an; oi the Xew Westminster branch
Of '.he same bank.
The men's Bridge club met last ev-
ening at the residence of Mr. Arthui
Graeme,  Royal  avenue.
On Thursday evening, Rev. Mr. Magee, pastor of the Wes; End Metho-
ii.-t church, tied the matrimonial knot
on behalf of George Milton and Miss
Ethel Matthias, daughter of O. R.
Matthias. The young couple are both
:. si b ats of iIii.- city, and were uniti :
. ��� ::..��� home ol th* iride's ; ar* nts In
the \v. si end. Mr. an I Mrs. Mi!: m
. ..    now   in   Vii toria   enjoj ing   thei.
.���.���..moon. They wil! return next
v,eek ..n I tak* keej ing in this
city.
Rev. W. T. Stackhouse, B.A., ge:,-
era! superintendent of Baptist Mis
sions in Manitoba, ihe Northwest Territories and British Columbia, was in
the city yesterday and was the gties:
<>;���  Rev.   Dr.   Rugg.
.Miss R. Hilton, who will, on Monday, assume the position of head an.I
surgical nurse at the Royal Columbian hospital, arrived in the city yesierday afternoon, accompanied by he-
father and mother. Mr. and .Mrs. Hilton of Winnipeg. They were met at
the station by .Mrs. S. .1. Everton, who
has long been an intimate friend of
the family. Mr. and Mrs Hilton will
spend a few weeks visiting in the
, west before returning home.
Rev. W. 11. Barraclough was able to
' be out for awhile yesterday after having been bud up for some time with
,: severe attack of la grippe. Mr. Barraclough is still very weak but is rapidly regaining strength.
Provincial Constable O'C'onnel returned to his home al Sauamish last
evening.
Paui .-'����� .ens. who recently resigned
i from the city police force, has left for
' Mount Vernon, where he will engage
in  ranching.
Leon  Moran   returned  to  his home !
ai   Spence's Bridge yesterday after a
business visit to this city.
R. Scott left yesierday for Cochran.-.
Alia., where he will embark in a si i
raising  enterprise.
ASBESTOS
SAD
IRONS
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A HOT IKON
A Cold Handle
See that Hood?
;: is lined with Asbestos,
j.reverts radiation of heat.
The handle is attached to
tiie hood, and thus kept
cool.
THE COKE IS SOLID.
ANDERSON & LUSBY
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MAKE   YOUR
While
HENS LAY
Eggs are High
BY USING
STURTEVANT'S
Egg Food ^d
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,        ���        New Westminster
POINTED  PARAGRAPHS.
Do something for somebody, and do
It now.
Thinking well doesn't count unless
you act well.
Don't follow in the footsteps of your
competitors.  Set the pace.
Life is not worth living unless you
live for the good you can do.
There are times when an ounce of ingenuity discounts a ton of energy.
The more sunshine there is in some
men's lives the less bay they make.
No man ever gol a pain in his back
from carrying h.s neighbor's burden.
Many of our anticipated pleasures
are anything but pleasures after we
get them.
Some men arc; aide to bear misfortunes and some others have sense
enough to avoid tbem.
Only a mother can distinguish be-
i tween the miscbievousness of ber boy
; and the badness of the bey next door.
i ���Chicago News.
New LIINENs
Of   Extra   Quality|
Our new spring stock of TABLE DAMASKS Nad
KINS, EMBROIDERY LINENS, CRASHES, HOLLANDS, 5
CLOTHS, Etc., is now on display. u
No advance in our prices over last year; no W
ering of quality of our new Linens,  but the u?Uai
high standard of our goods prevails in
showing.
This is the time of the year when you find -
our new goods on display.
We invite you to see them now;  you mays
what vou will need later on
;pp
The   Ready-to-wear   Department
is fast assuming a dressy appearance.   New Suits I
Skirts and Cravennette Coats are the latest arriv; Is
W. S. Collister & ffl
247 Columbia Street. New Westminster
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E endeavor to give satisfaction
to our customers; we think wl
have, as our business has grown |
rapidly during the past year,
If you are not dealing- withl
us, we would be pleased to hav(
you give us a trial.
The CITY GROCERY1
ADAMS & DEANS
THE FAMOUS
Rapid, Easy Grinders
M-:v    ''
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ftg^'l'jfv-���-'' .,'������ . ,s-..   m
War, ||.W" . , . ��� i /
m ������    v    ' '���'������  '
���--',' frtf&SSb '- ���    ���
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Three sizes,���8,10 and
12-inch plates. Also
bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutters.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
Kean'a I.m <��� Drama.
There was little thai was romantic
in tbe first meeting of Kean, tbe great
tragedian, and tbe woman who was to
bear his nam,-, it was cm tbe Btage of
the Cheltenham theater that Charles
Kean and Miss Chambers, a pretty
young actress, first saw each other.
"Who is that shabby little man with
the brilliant eyes?" Miss Chambers
asked In the bearing of tbe king of tbe
stage. "And who," Kean retorted by
asking aloud, "Is tbal odd little woman?" From this singularly Inauspicious opening Koan's lore, drama
proceeded so swiftly that before a
month bad gone the curtain was rung
down .-it tho altar.
Tiie flints.
The ilrst mention of tbe Huns in history Is in China, li. C, 210. They conquered that country and were afterward driven oul by the Celestials and
I marched clear across Asia, penetrating
(he country uow known as Hungary in
"7*1 A. I). For a time they threatened
to overrun the whole of the continent,
but were defeated In the heart of
France and driven hack to the hanks
of the Danube,
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!LINENS! LINENS!
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��� Big Reductions in
! Fancy Tea, Tray &
| Sideboard   Covers
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REAL
ESTATE-
Sincerity.
The only conclusive evidence of a
man's sincerity is thai he gives himself
for a principle. Words, money, all
things else, are comparatively easy to
give away, but when a man makes n
gift of his daily life aud practice it is
plain that the truth, whatever it may
be, has possession of him.���.lames Russell Lowell.
I All Stamped Linens	
I THE WHITE HOUSE
! A. J. BIRTCH,   -   275 Columbia Streel \
ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEW5
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