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VOLUME 2, XUMBEl
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C, Till RSDAV  MORNING,   \V\U\. 18, 1907.
10 (EMS PER W 1 1 .'���
'AY DAY CELEBRATION HOSPIIAl REPORT      CONCRETE BLOCKS      BIG SHINGLE MILL SEEKS
IS ASSURED GIVES SATISFACTION       FOR CITY HOUSES SUITABLE SITE
Ton,
D ..
���arge Gathering of Business Men Approve of Continuation
of Time-Honored Custom���Committees Appointed For
Carrying Out of Details���Financial Statement Is Good
ACCOUNTS PASSEC   ANC    '       TINE   y,Gr4    PRICE    OF    LUMBER    WILL
WORK    TRANSACTED���SPECIAL MAKE CEMENT I   5TTAGES POP-
MEET  NG TC   DISCUSS      -' ULAF,   IN THIS TOWN.
City Waterfronlage on Lulu Island Wanted by a Rich
Company Land Has Been Offered to G. N. R. For
Car Shops    Payroll Would Amount lo $100.000 a Year
____.
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.   ���
ell chosen
- gather-
id beei
bi
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Of 1      May Di     cell       tion in
'.......
this yeai    would
--  ..;..- givi       .     ... ling .-
:��� It   ' bat   "     .. sidents of thi
��� :e  ii. . ���   fi      harn   ���.    ���ith thei
it   ���
���     ' -       ,.������      . sse !    its
��� ents   In      , ..
������ :..;!���..-. the e Ii . tion ol    ffli ���
e next   ordi
��� lei ;>���I:
li man,  J.   J. Cai       Igi
VV   X.   Cartj .   i..      in r,   J.   D
Ing c mmitte e   \V   A   Gilli
�� chaini! '    i'ii p.. :��� . \   ;--, ���
���fitter
I'urc '
;
ilsh, G. Sim|
���               ... ih' ?
Poll . ?
...... -
- ' '     .'   J     m .   Igi^'aj   a
-
���   :��� '     . W   \\ Carty. v
equest the i
��� nds in
lion,   ind tende
.    efreshi
.   called   I
���   '��� -'.. a]   n as  I-': id        Mi
\  n.i.    ng    f all the ce
alle I fe     V. i Inesda;  i \, ning.
'��� -Mm.-. i d d i s cu ss
an_  n ents
tatemenl !   -���
s foi      -      Reci     -.; -.'-'���
"'���:    ��� \." :i   :".  .      S....S.S; . ,    , -,
.17 in
���'    ' tesi ni ..    he   mi ���
were:   '.  il   Watson. T. .1    .rmstroi
.1. ,J. Cai      . ..   s   \   i".  , - .   . w   \
���   II1   T;, lor, e;   Macgowan, C
'���    Pei    ,   C.  A.   Welsh,   IV   Bray,    r
Ovens,   W     ..Gilley,   T    H    S
Messrs.     Mi lioi ��� ��� .    Qea ���
<J' ������ - -i and Johnston.
. fi i pa sing i
ints and I       In        nth
.. X      e" ���
VI   Sim        an ......
... ..���
i  were ii havi
!
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"... Ol     ill'
.
Cn in
���    I     C  . :. :
an     Sen
was made to t! ���
he new I        i        .'-.:: mill
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.
���
���    .
-
.
.
J INS AM ASYLUM
NEEDS INCREASING
PASSENGER TRAINS
WILL NOT TIE-UP
.E     NUMEER     OF     PATIENTS
|AKE     IMPROVEMENTS     ABSO
"ELY   NECESSARY.
m
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���i.    \ '7     In   I'linni" I
the     adn inisl ra lon   of  justii e,
��� e;. : . ;        -,.     j.,   answi r
al the I ���-;
tated >. ��� .
, risonei s   in   tin    liffi     n
.  -. i\ ���
:  :    .'.- '       . Kamlooj
' . i      25.
 '    $_0.o(iO
��� \'',   v. esticln   i     In aue i   ;
mm        - he   |iroi in
.   thai   the    li lilding   v a
It;    making
<     ���        ...        that   an  a I
i I.      Hence
; M'.i, .���;..'���   ,
IN
i     ���        an    '    o  know
.   ie. ��� in..:
1   no   re qui
���
'  :r .! nd   from  fl
a n
'
Se   I
���;     Crean  wan
eh"   .m      am ntin    i
!,.. a  being carried on
Impi ovi menl -
nun i change
.���������I |ila< ������ since his lasl
:,i mths   ago,    Mi
lerdn    thai a Se-
en   had   Informed    him
.in:,   al   preseni   contem-
cii     ' onl i necessitate
of exactly half as much
e turned over in the dig-,
the  Pai       ���   i ",'.'.     The In
had figures to prove his as-
m'i I Mr. Crean is almosl  per-
thai he is nol   very far  from
FERNIE SiRIKE. WILL ONLY AF
FECT FREIGHT���SERVICE TO
EE   MAINTAINED.
Vancouver, April 17.
lern i i    .        e ai
ai   Keruie.
Crow's N .......
...���.,..     ... i
mm moi ���     than    ee     lev.
��< lhe C. P. li. officii      '   '..
ed   I     run  the en        tra
whal otlu rs havi e < an
..:,:.       dl        - ���    "' no
i up.
Inquirj    m  i;.    C.   P.  ti
e ii           lhal
npan      men I.,] ������   ..
us   on se In     '        mi ��� li
: ��� i lins   will   he    onsidered
��� ��� ��� Importance     intil   tl
���;..   i. ,.��� .
���  II  - ��� ��� .        ervl
���'���:.':.
Soldiers  Pledge   .heir T   .��� -.
���
ed   iii   I ''
: ilng I
'
event  i
e    .   ,'     ���
i Pel     pcnm
������-������'
��� ��� ��� :i   -. . .       ),.    ;
ral  corn    and  vl from  Vai
��� I come
In tin    eli     ition    I3rl     Hei Smi   I
tied (hi ii kn lich tin
��� . ���    settled (low n  to a    ocial  I lm<
The Vmu ouvei   ban I of I he Sail i    i n
Ann;,      . I  splendid   in if Ic,   ably
isslste 11 ������  local  corps of mi
i lans,    A mong ��� he Vaneouvei   vl
were   Brigadier and    Mrs     Smeeton,
Staff I  iptain C i lier, Vdjt. Bloss, Adjt.
'..,..   .   md   '���: in    othei   offlci ia  an I
soldiei���
ing       throe
.   come    Mr.  Cai tei Sm th
......       .      he buildini
I ...    i these and
Its   ad\ antages,   coin pa i I
with lumb<     and ol her material.    The
 ne' which  If.  ' ��� Ing shippi i  In r i
is manufactured   bj   the  National  C<
ment   Block   Manufa* com
hal gnizetl as being one
lln    foi emosl   In   tin
ol  mate
'. ��� it    ol  ;ei:  lln    I       In   In
lini   .     business,  the  l '������      Coin  eti
al   ���   Men hinei \   e ompany,  ol   South   Bi ml,
.   |],        ���   ���,', , |n        li  liana,  have   reci I een     solicil
. Ma en tin     wil] be finallj orders  In   this  cit.\.   an I   an    re
ions which have     een '      '"   have   made   a   n imln
n the     ��� tin       II mum I-'       '    '���' ' ' con
the en  of th is ho        with these i enn nl blook''
e lad -.       ent, have  on  Slxi h sl ri et, tn a    I he i :'i   limits,
been   acted   upon,  an! nil        tl   chan    ���'   '''v  months ago, and  he Is entirely
Iti     M   '    v> !��� '|    ' ],,
T,   !���:,   Bntti o - hulldlni    n
lion       nn   Ihis     ai i     ������ > le   but   wdth
nndatlon  . n :  fl sl   itore;   ol
i'  ��� ���. '..in n     pressi 'I Icl     nn     PIrsi
t,   cl esi Markel   Clerk   "T i.
/���.-..      esl ������ tn i      The i osl   ������ ih
\i   ���   pearce,   hi isi   will   be  ahoul   $2.n00.    Several
Mrs     DeBecl      \i      Sin       .     lames   ' ''' i   citizens  have   innoiinced   theii
��� ��� '   m ���   plans.
.     .. ���
cei. tenders will be called
'' '  .     n .1    . o       .villi
��� -    ��� . ��� ���        the meel
, ��� ������     n   we        ;   ���
���    ,
���
...
,    ,     . , .       \
_        , .... ,
,
f '.        Vn agi nl of th >
rem pi ���    -    ���    ������    '-    tl        niayi
i ste       ���      e . ���        ���       lie   sit
. ould In       inted Is coi
replie      ha .       . onlj
���   . .. >   . oum I       \
Maye     Kear;      es not
w sli the   n. lee   !i> in to be n ���  ���
public, bin ie v. iii be know n on !���'.
e vening, w hen the eon mm
efore i he' aldei m< n.
plication,   and  one   w h ch   will  c
the  aldermen   to  think  hard,  Is
. ii    land  desired   Is   i n   the pro] ���
which has  been often d to the G   X.
I!   ;i s ;i site for car shops and roun '
i s   and if the request of thl ���  la
'���si api lieant   - gi ante 1. hall tin  watei
front ig<   offi   ��� .1  lo the ii   N   R, will
���   . ccupled      v.  thi     rese nl time, ol
the 2,  fi el of river fronl   iffi  ��� I to
.1. .1. llil). Mr, lv I" II Is u n 600 ei :
as ii booming ground, while appllca-
: "ie - .' i w.e lum I,- I fi. each ii ive
been reci Ived from \t> Mi o and
Mr. Newman.    Both these gentlemen
.
Maye     ������ ��� quan
applie
 il
...   ,     ,- ,
1 ,   ,
.
... was to remaii
VI .    \, ...   w
1 	
p locatie \
ops, <         '           "...
.    ,, ,     .     ...
'.. nking
C. P.  R.  Helps G. N.  R.
Winnipe       \     I  17.-   rii"  C- 1    R.
the C. N. R. in its 1 TB
I'reigl 5si ngi    biisim --
of the C. P. R. in V. in
��� -- <���    ���    ��� tilled from the head offii es ol        . ompany in Mon
morning to lend the C.  V  R. an en
in   i.e. i    low   alse   ' superinter
.   .     md a i  ew   to ch
Princi    Ubi ��� ��� vhe C.  P. H.
- ��� ������       ined the C. V R, an ��� n
leiii" and rotarj   plow.    li is . \. ected
thai i 'ommisBioner i Igilvie, ol
minion government,  will    reach    the
city  In  a   ���' >v   days to look  inl i    he
i ondil oi - i' evailing on the C   N. Tt.
Lines are now open and the pros
foi   the  operation  of   the   road   i ���
brighti"
WEALTHY ENGLISHMAN   MISSION LECTURE
GIVES LINE ORGAN        INTERESTS MANY
ehnston. an I M . ....
In    - iai.!.
til Ion of building  home i with  the
in   ���. ati rl I, and bi foi. the veai
The    ladj    su      Intendent'       eporl   "' ':r   ���    '��� '  i emi nt bl
..-    follows:
Prei Id I Board o]    1
. R     il Colum dan  Hoi   ital:
I  beg 'ee subni     herewith,    I  le menl
'patient     In    :.      :      I   C lumbian
!'"S'i'.>!.   ' "   lhi nlli M ��� i h
Vtimbi .   ��� ���        - ' ���
March  I. charged. 30; died, 2:
r.dmitte 1  lin Ing Ma i  h, fi.*;  remaining
M  rch   11,  17:   N'o  ol   pntlei   ��� irPate I
M      h     101;    \ei   ol    Ho pltal
I'I    vi 111   i��'   buill   in   diffi   ��� ���
pari   of the   citi
RETIRED   COTTON    MANLT-ACT-R-    REV.   DR.    ANNAND     SPEAKS     TO
ER    MAKES    HANSOME    GIFT��� LARGE      AUDIENCE���CANNIC A _
CROSSED  OCEAN  U  TIMES. FEASTS DESCRIBED.
Din
1,1.0;    '.'
THE    OLD    STYLE    SCHOOL.
Colutntian College Students W U Pre.
sent   Comedy  t e��   Friday.
W '    ' mil lost    (ll
ajnmcn bell
... ��� -m. ul i -il  Ci
"'   ,,f    ''     :'"'|;'' '"    ',���������:,���,   Colli '  Mi'     ���   .'ii
trontPd In      " ' '     IS;   Ree elved  I >
i'i"    ���
tut
. :,m'; -n.   \- .    ���f   pn
.   Vnril 17. ""
SILENCE   IS BROKEN'.
Agent  Me    n i    I'/it   '������  low
hin .   A  coi d nt    *     Ci Inn
Tin   amusi mi ul  w ',:; ;'   |jro\ i.i
��� i        a    inn i   bul   "M'i ��� ding].   funny
.   iti n hich i   represented  t i mni 11
. ���. ..     mi   |."       ...    ....     Thi  d
 n    - :���        eral   1111 ���   enl
of I end)i       froi     thi   wise old
���.. ii       . in iie. i,. i   ii a  i
li    nnd i    ml     ��� oinmil lei   n   n    I ' ���
i     r Hie i      '.   ......i  are   i p
'���������.'[    ���    ���  in   Mi hll
, .     i ... n n 'i
... ���"   ui    i .   ��� .   ... .  11
'
11    Wl .:,������: ,|,
'
;
i ..     Mm
io   '
Tin' ehui ��� h b nd  Sund i    bi hoo] ��� II
laled   on In   Ith;     ind    inrk.HI
i ii    ml Iwn)  i"'����� ��� n   Uibol 3foi i an I
Peardon   He, have     ��� en  visited   m
.. i ���.   welcnnii n    I    it    ie
new n ��� .    oil lanutaetun
lhe  old   i     ibll In i      ' in li >      M !'
near .\l;i; lock, Kn        I, v ho has been
visiting eli.   disti Icl  and  Pai Ifli   coasl
ror ovi      nth, this i eing thi   foi
'   irth   ' Inn    '-���   ie ' - ee DBSed 11  ui
in   Ihlrtj   sen n   years'   travelling   to
1 imada   an l   thi    United   States.    In
COIIlIllI mill  ���'(..11    ol     his     vl   ll      j n     e.
thai   lln     " .,   .      in   .!     .-11,i..,
fllUl   ll   ll  'luii.   the     Bl   ��� '"I mi
  .     h      luiid
iT" dell I lo find a limn
Installed.   I
i-ntl .. fii
'       ��� ...  ���     ���    -   nn]  gnu
'
i libi rallj  given
i   , ���    ���....   ��� ���   ���
tin    I'm  inn     dvertisin      rn in
mai   cs in a me<l ���
'. Iihei m        ll  icii i.i    .in I     till   '
(igi Insi Hi--  Mew
The   coop proved I
:,l     nu ���      in   a   Boui
���   nlted    ;,i   .i   column   of   ���' i
drivel.
'
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of. ,] I
I   e '
ll
I
'll i ���
'
GIRLS'  BASEBALL   MATCH
Fair  Athletes   Will   Yield  th��  VJ I
This  Afternoon.
L.idi.s Object.
Is to Ire made by the
Victoria   branch of the
1 oclety to have the
expectorating on    I e
i  operation.     The
'""".���"iii   iei the   il
. ng . ....  .,
if   nothilhg   I
organiza-
-1 n g,
Invitation   From   Nanaimo.
Tn e onnection with  the  e lebration
������   ���     Twenty-fourth of Maj In Nan
���;..������-   -.. ...     here
.���  i.      .  .i nun k     -   i  on
. itl���en !   ��� ��� iue ting   the    de i   ire   of
��� '. ;, nd im e  on   the  occasion  of
ecial    fete    tlaj     Tb<-
md     lermen have been Invited
end, an '      ���"' of"
���   - I".-
The i '���-.:���   "ill  be on
..... and  no efforl
,   .   he entei
the main-
CAPTAIN  IS HEART  BROKE '
Man Who Wrecked D-ikot.t  Refuses to
Talk   in   Victoria.
Victoria,   B,   c ,  A pi il   17. -Captain
Ti arn ke, master of Ihe wrecked Dako
��� e an i." I lasl night, bui with the ex-
ce pi I .n of :i remai l< thai he wa i heartbroken over the loss of his vessel he
refused to make anj  statemenl  until
��� he official examination takes place ln
Seattle.    The Dakota Is now partially
of sight, and with the exception
iM'  ,'iliont   Ihirly   feel  al   low   water no-.
��� g can 1 e ieen.    The vessel is bro-
I en   In   two and   the next storm will i
he  ren linrler of the hull from I
the roi i
i Ith the!     n :
e   ents ' ' this class,  the  vonn
li ji lini   ���' ������ High and  Public
������ ��� nil .'��� :n i i'ii'..' | Mir a match lo '
ie" played al Queen's Park  this affei
noon, when the two rival teams will
gain clash   Frank Bilodea i has again
een selected as the Wctlm who must
' ���i  'li" blame for all decisions, and
''.ill hold the Indicator.   The girls will
play in the following positions:  High
-���' hool- !���.. i,.  Dunlop;   p., A. McOee;
lb,  B. Cook:   2b,  B. Sayers; ss���  n.
Oaudln;  3b, H.  Rand;  rf., M.  rn. ��� :
cf.,   \. Corbett: if. E. Jones.    Public
'    I.,  M   Blddlck;   p., C. Orant;
lie.  E. Lord; 2b., R. Wfntemute;  ss.,
K,   Mark;   3b., 0  Wintemute;   rf.,  E.
Buckland;    cf.,   D.   Reichenbach;   If.,
L.  PenOand.
i    ie
'
inlre.   I .   |
',:���:.       n   |(|   .
Mi    : i.i i.    ��� ho   has
���     - in th      rspltn In   an   i
ii for ap] "
ry.  Mr.
Hraham isf Sui
li'M.    Then "    '  .    ...... m
oun nrl m the hew
instructi n
round loubtl tten i    rm
of worshl        ' hen
In ll ition    nd   veh ome Is exti nded to
nil such.
\   large     nd   Inti'!"' I ; ,:   au
d   I i   Uie-   Rev. Dr.   J.    _n   inl
last n        lu 'he s1'.  Vndiew's '���   '
. ���   m, and   I    stoi s ol the 'i*1
and   his   ��oi li    among   the   Heb
Islands  . ee-' receive I with deep
��� ieen and appreciation.
The   lei ture defini i  thi    ,,,..
mid  geographical   si'������,,.,,,    ,,,.   .
[islands,    and    social    condition     md
'"..'. -- of living ol Ihi   varlo :
tri���es,     Their  reJIglotis  ��� - Uel ,    _ ;
,l" :'  !"" rlbk   ��� anabal Btic <��� -.y^
touched    upon,    Mr   Annand   -
"::,'   '��    "���"���" ol    I i.. h
Is ie "|  been  Indul ed in
- ai     Civili ation   fai
' ''"��� "lng the natives, had had a dl
1   '    ti   effect.    Men who ha I     i
lo their mil i
......
1    ' ,; ���    In   his   wild    ���
he had       .   ���   - . i
Ity. showed a d
n |
: ''' ' '        ' ie
���     nd   in   th    l |
iai-1     had        ���     irted.   1
���    .   ,i
hen advanced h
���   I : ;.
'    '   ,;" |   ���
ibtain rj,
'' '   ''��� ���   Di    _nni n I and Mrs   i
' i'i leave tor        n ene ol tl
v '      Han boat, on M ij
6,    They   .1)1 |        , . npanied bj   i
and Mrs   Mi Pee, of Nova Scotia, wh i
���'"   !'" i ' -   .      t in tbe i
work.
Cumberland Residence Burns.
Cumberland, April 17. The finesl
��� sidenco in Comox district, the pro
perty of Charles Bridges, of Court-
enay, w-.m totally destroyed by Are
this morning, together with the hoi
houses   and   Btables.     By heroic ef-
; much of the furniture was removed to ih��' lawn In fronl of the
house, imi this later caughl Bre and
was ... itroye I. The cause of the Are
ii nol known ai present The place
was valued al aboul $6,000 Insurance
$i,600,
Chamberlain's  Critical  Condition.
Boston, Vpril 17.���Having receiv I
word thai the illness ol her son-in-law
Hon .lies...;,ii Chamberlain, the distinguished English statesman, oontinues
serious,  Mrs. w, C. Bndi-ott,  widow
��r the ���' ir United States secretai
of war. accompanied by her son, wil-
"'"" C Endicott, .'mei his wife, galled
for  Liverpool  today, on the steam, r
Savonia.       The   party is   hurrying   I I
Mr, Chamberlain's bedside.
While making a landing at the max.
ket wharf last night, tli" Beaver in-
advertently  Btruok  one of the  large
piles, breaking it off about elghl  IVd
from  the water. f *
' "'^m; *"!**?
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if
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The
Philos-
phy
o
COUNCIL MEETING
On   A i.il   13 I   ". litlam   11 uncll
.  ,, couri   ol ri vision of the as-
, -- in. in   roll.    I'm si nt  R ��� ive  Booth,
,;.    Co incillors    Fox.    Brennan    and
Chambers.
': . ill iwing appeals based on
o\erva"iuation were received: M. Marshall, ii. Ferguson, J. Oliver, M. E.
Hines and A. H. Cole. In each casi'
{ { the assessmenl was confirmed and
the appeals disallowed.
.1. li. Wilson applied to have lots
168 and 169 assessed as Improved property insmael of wild land. After
hearing sworn evidence lol 169 was
Ordered to the assessed as improved
and  lot 16S remain as  wild land.
After confirming and adopting the
roll the court a Ijourned sine die.
The Council then held their usual
monthly meeting. Communications
were received as under: From Kwong
On Wo, asking to have iheir road repaired. The Council promised to do'
what  thej  could Mi Improve the road.
From the resilient  engineer re Pitt
River   Wharf.     Councillors   Pox   and
Wilson  were   appointed   :e   committee
; io meet the engineer and confer with
him as to mosl suitable location.
The school accounts for March,
amounting to $271, were ordered paid.
Tin'' sum  of $5.00  was  donated towards expenses of the fisheries delegates to Ottawa, and the matter of a|
donation   for tt.   A.   &   I. Society  was
laid over in next  meeting.
An  arrangement   was  made to con-1
siruci   a   road   south  ol' ('    P.   R.   to
subdivision  in   lot   163.     The   council
t-i give $150 and Hie settlers interested
t" give .?i-"' each.
The   rjuesi ion  of  appointing   an  in-!
spi ctor to enforce the Thistle Acl was
laid   over  to   nexi   meeting,   bul   the
council have decided  to  see  that  all
this ties are cut.
The  reeve and  Councillor   Brennan .
v.' re   appointed   a   committee   to   gel
The Daily News' offer of a book and the paper delivered at the house
for one year, for $3.00, is proving a great success.   This offer of a
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LIST   OF   BOOKS
Able Constantin    I lalevj.
Adam   Bed.���Gi ee: mi.   Eli el
Aesop's Fables���
Alhambra- - in Ing.
Alice  in   Wonderlana���Carroll
Andersen's Fairy Tales  -Andersen
Arabian   Nights   Entertainments���
Ardath���Corelli
Cast up by The Sea���Baker
Chifaren  of Abbey��� Roche
Child's  History of England ���Dickens.
Data cf Ethics���Spencer.
David Ccpperfield���Dickons.
Deemster���Caine.
Deersiayer -Cooper.
Descent of  Man���Darwin.
Dombey & Son���Dickens.
East Lynne���Wood.
Emerson's   Essays���Emerson.
Fifteen Decisive Battles���Creasy
First Violin���Fothergill.
Green Mountain Boys���Thompson.
Grimm's   Fairy Tales���-
Grimm's    Household   Tales���
Gulliver's Travels���Swift.
Guy Mannering���Scott,
Handy Andy    !. ever.
Heir cf Redclyffe���Vong  .
Henry  Esmond    Thaclcerj'.
Heroes  snd    Hero   Worship    Cai
lyle.
Hiawatiia   and   Evangeline    Long
fellow
House of the Seven Gables���Haw
thorne.
Hypatla��� Kingsley.
It's  Never too    Late    to    Mend--
Reade
John Halifax. Gentleman���Mulock
Kenilworth���Scott
Lamplighter���Cummins.
Last Days of Pompeii     i.. tton.
Last of the  Mohicans    Cooper
Lorna  Doone���Hi acl. more.
Luclle���Meridith
Mlddlemarch- Eliol.
Mill  on the  Floss    Eliot.
Mosses    From    an    Did    Manse���
Haw thorne,
Nitjral     Law    in    tiie     Spiritual
World     Drill::.;.   .:
Newcomes    Tli.icl."
Nicholas Nickelby���i lickens
Old Curiosity Shop���Dickens.
Oliver  Twist���Dlcki
On the  Heights    A ;���'   a    I
Origin of Species    Darwin
0_r  Mutual   Friend���Dii
Pathfinder���Cooper.
Pilgrim's   Progress���Bunyan.
Prairie���Cooper.
Prince   cf   the   House   Of   David ���
Ingraham.
Robinson   Crusce     Defe
Rob  Roy    Scott,
Romance of Two Worlds���Corelli
Romola     Eliot.
Scottish Chiefs���I' n I
Sign of the Four���i 1.1  ' ���
Silas  Marner    Eliot.
Silence  of De.ne  f.: . t ,
Sketch   Book--]; v.-
Story     of     an     Afr .
Schreiner,
Study in Scarlet
Swiss Family  Rob. i
Tale of Two Cit.es.
Talisman    Si ol'
Tanylewood  Tales���
Thaddeus  of  Warsaw
Three   Men In  a  Boai
Three   Musketeers.���
Tom   Brown  at  Oxfor e
Tom       Brown's      Sc
Hughes
Treasure   Island    S
Uncle Tom's Cabin
Under Two Flags���i
Vanity   Fair    Th I
Vicar of  Wakefield ���
Westward Ho   -King -
White   Company     D
Window in Thrum;, ^
Wonder   Book,   A ���.
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,a> \ son family who  came  here  ���     titute
relations between
the man, the woman and the butcher
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A :;��� ,v schedule of (harges for par
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scale can 'ie' seen at  the caretaker's
or at the clerk's house
The'  collector   reporte 1   the  sum of
���l'y,   received   since   last   report.     A
number ml small account- wer.. order-
I eel paid,
The   Revenue   By-law     was    finallj
passe I the rai ������ being one per cenl on
i  ipi ive e i ind, _',_'I .on wild land and
school raie _'_  mills;  lhe date em or
' ��� fore  w hich  taxes   musl   be  paid   to
j si cue.'  rebate  maim  September  I. in-
! .-'��� ad of October  I as formerlj.    The
! board of w orks report, recommending
the purchase of one acre for a gravel
��� I   from   \Y.  .1.  McKic  mr  $100,  and
! f 10b   for  thi   i oa 1   leading to it,  was
! ii lopti i.     This   purchase    is    to    be
lintly with Burnaby,
Th ��� woi k .e:' hauling the gr ivel Into
In   Pi  ������ Line roa I   ivai   left to Coun-
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'!"     council  then adjourned.
Hotel  Guests.
, , -j   - rulchon��� lv     Nichols,    Vancouver;
a QOnieStlC  prOblem       -  ���      ..  Turner and   wife,   Victoria;
-,-, -I j       Irs,   Waldie   and   daughter,   Nelson;
PraCtlCally    SOlVeCl tor Spencer, Vancouver;,.. Voung-
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Victoila.
Win Isoi    \V.   Haw thorne,   Victoria;
'.;, -   Kate (Ira. . Vancouver; .1. E. Tay-
M mni     Lehm in;    Mrs.    Captain
Ham   ;   .-'. C   ey, Robert  Hogg,
'i'.   King;    Vancouvi r;     David
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PAGE TWO.
SIMMER'S h-��.<"
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
Following is the location and  nutn-
bei of iin' Are alarm boxes In the city:
5���Asylum.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon and Tenth.
-Royal avenue and  Elghl ie.
9���Fifth a '.-enue an I Twelfth.
12���St.  Mar; '.-  Hospital.
13���-Second an I Park Row.
1 I���Columbia   ne. i   Dufferin
1."���Sapperton.
22���Queen's  avenue and   Sixth.
21 ���. ...nl avenue and Second.
25���Fifth avenue and  Fourth,
26���Fifth avenue and  Eighth,
'.'7 -Third avenue and Tenth.
_2���Agnes and Sixth.
::i    Schaake   M ichlne Worl
.;'.   Colum i!n and McKenzie,
lit!   C   P, Ft. SI ition.
12    Small &   Bucklan I  Mill.
Spokane falls & Northern Hy Co.
Nelson & Ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
FSPROTT - SH AW ll!Northerp PacificiGrand Trunk R
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BUSINESS INSIITUTE
LIMITED
33G Hastings St. W , Vancouver,
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. !. SPaOTf, B. A., Priniipal
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Tort
Montreal, Quebec,
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Three
Triinscon-iriental
Trains Daily
Travel "ii the' Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Filed rie lighted i rain.    Low Rates.
Quick Time. Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago, -.       ,       ,
Toronto, st. Paul Portland, BosMj
AND ALL POINTS EAST And all thi prii :ipal busim
Steamahir Tickets on sale toallEuro-  ONTARIO, QUEBEC
peun poini -.
Spcc.i-l    llenuccd    Rates    Hound    Tr,,
Ft.te.   to   Oouthnrn   Callfoi ni \.
For full informtion call on or ��rii ���
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430 I!.i i im- St., Vancouvi r, !'. ('.
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rail   route   between  all      Atlantic express leaves al   15:40.
points cast, west anel south to Ross-1     Seattie and  points south, 8:30,
QAA/FT^nr    "DP >_' 'a:;'!'  kelson  and intermediate points j 	
O VV r_JL_ 1      r __/._"'_.        connecting at Spokane with the Great T ; tor CONRAD, CARCROSS, AT1..1N
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R.|        For other particulars apply to WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
l_D. QOULET.   FAIRBANKS,     Daily   trains   (excci>l
.j     t   ,     ,, K    _r     v.  * .   .  .. .      , (.|.i(   Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail
\\��J     2~*I     J___<     ___-��-       p*r    lli;.in   pacjfic   Railway   for   Boundary) ' '     '.express    anel    freight    connect    with
Yrn        ; CtfT> A "D A TP     Creek points. Vancouver,        .New  Westminster,   stages at Carcross and White Horse.
MIAUL) and &1_FAKA_1_        connect* at    Meyers    Falls    with! maintaining a through winter service
-'.,_,-  ..ily  for   Republic. : ATj ftfiTIp    ^TFAIVK!��! IPS        f��'   "lf��"nation  apl,,y  ,n
Buffi rvi'ce   on   trams   between   R I LRU III"   O I tttillO UIT-J      J.   H.   ROGERS, Traffic   Managei
Spokane and  Nelson, j OF THE C^A-IAf.  PACIFIC ��Y.    Vancouver   R
Effective    Sunday,     November     10.1 =sFINEST   AND    FASTEST-S |         "     '"   '
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Mail orders nml correspondence In       For 'lime- Tables,  I
Toronto Parks Lawn Grass
Bluegrass
White Clover
Flower Seeds
Veg at a ble^Seeds
fresh anil Reliable
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THE TRAIN OF i \''\
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Drag, Spectacls,  and Seed Store     Highest Cash Pr:ce Paid
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ED. OOl LET, BEQBIM KmitiJUT.
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further  information c.
P. W. PARKER.
GENEl  ''   ���
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X. W   S-30, 10 35, 15.40, 17.35.
X. W. 9.35, U. 15, 16.40, 18.40.
:at northern- railway.
W. 9.20 a.m.: ar. Seattle 4 p.m
.,. ;. ." p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m.
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Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
K_a'tl_h  Colurr.bia  Coast  Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
mI  Ei. C. Co_st  Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
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ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE  $S,290,COO
TOTAL  ASSETS   45,400,000
Eighty-five branches, with Corre     nd nts  throughout
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SAVINGS   BANK
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NEW  WESTMINSTER   BRANCH-
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN  SATURDAY   EVENINGS, 8 TO   9   O'CLOCK.
	
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Miss A.   La very,
M)  Heart Is Weary (From Ma lei chda)
Mrs. T. G.  Mood;
Dui ; ���Say   to   Your   i -       iter   ' From
Travlata)       Ver ll
M       !_.  McCrossan nn I  Mr. G. Jones.
God  Save :'     King.
Si als for sale al   Ihe City   v kery,
tilery ^3c.
SEWER   PIPE,    DRAIN  .   I
SAND, CRUSHED ROCK,
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1 Telephones:  Office 16,    Manager's Residence 22  J
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IB. C. Milfsj Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
.Munnriictu. rrs  and Heuler*  m  Ali Kiruls  ot
Lumber,    Lalh,    Shingles,    Mouldings,    Sash,    Doors,   j
. Interior Finish,     I urnetl  Work,     Etc.
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Fish and  Fr.iii  Boxes.
Large Stock  Plain and  Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION! i
j   Lumber Always  in Stock  for Fencing and  Draining.   J
DICK'S
OLD   COUNTRY WATER
PROOF  LOGGER   BOOTS-
1' lumblan College .1: amntic talent
w 11 lisl Inguish Itsi i; nexl Frlda; i \
ening by presenting the corned) "Dis
trict School, Blueberry Corners." Rehearsals have heen well attended and
a good attendance Is ��� xpected. \
twenty-five cenl fee will be charged,
the i'l'ne eeds to he devoted to tin In
m rests of the Colli ������ :. n ���-. '. Lu>
Columbiana."
Opera  House   Bookings.
\ SI ruiigi r In Tov. n,
Maj  S     \ Ti xas  R n g<
Mi \   10    Old  Vidian   n
M m   LS    Peck's Ba I   r...
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone  12. New  Wrstmin. ler   I
Bank of  IVSontreaS
l-STAIiLISUKO  IK17.
CAPITAL
RESERVE
',.   , M." 000.00
11   000 i 00 00
y.
JUST TO HAN!'.  EVERY PAIR WARRANTED .
WATERPROOF. SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices.
See our Window and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
RENNIE'S
Branches Ihroughoul Canada and X< h    iei l-.ti
N'ew  Vorlt, Chicago and  Spokane, U.S.A     inl   vie
ei al Banking  Buslni       .i unsai   i I
Letti   . ��� I Credit Is nei), iivnlluble will
World.
.  n_��   Cank   Dcp.T tment.      Dnpo  e' .        '    ���:      ���
and Inti n   ��� allov ud ut     por
four times a yoi.
rotal   A' seta   ivi     $lt!S,i
|ORIA      NEW      WESTM IN STE,-!
ROUTE.
SS ��� "i V  OF XANAIMO.
Iven Ni '.  ", ��� stminster at 7 a. m.
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ISICOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
_. S. Joan
Jves V ��� . ���   ' :   'i p.m
WEST   COAST   F.OUTE.
i ner Queen C.ty.
. ���    I   p.m. on  is:,
, ���   i  for Clayo
.. ���    .ie    201 li    for
W ll
wers
MOW   y I'.' fMl       i E R   UK \.
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A Good Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
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DRUG   STORI
\J0W is ihe time to begin to use a Lawn Mowei
er fraser river route.    1 \    have liiowors adapted Lo all kinds of cutting.  Our
MTO
^ll__-_i_.   .     -
Steamer Transfer
.    .      ' ,. ���    ��� r   een   Mon
WHERE  IO J J IIM
c.ii the
KOYAL CITY
IS'I
mowers will cut higher grass ihan any other mower
f'- ������      V. .���- ' ' i       ,        .,,, i i ��� ,      i   i ..' I ��� i     1   l
I     :     Wednesday, Thuraday|on the market; "hey have an adjustable roller, adjustable
m. and Saturday cutter bar, adjustable boxes, adjustable height of cut. We Kcnncy's   Rcstdlirdnl
wu_ additional trip on Mondhave high wheels and low wheels; '1, 3, -I knives. 0pcn A��� Nl|fht
"��� mn Monday. Tuesday, I SEE      OUR      STOCK
.  I hursfiay ami Saturday at
i . .lay at t; a. m. additional
,: ' irday 5 p. in.
fER FRASER  RIVER ROUTE Limited
S. S. Eeavsr  ���	
The Canad nk of Conm \   |
Paid-up '���
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BRANCH f
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v. w  Westminster, x a. m.  ra__s_____ro-___ri--_-l-_--_--^ ^_g��g-gi-___.,
English  Watchmaker
two   doors   trom    Ci-u    Adam*,   I    i i
���  V. "Ine. elays and Fridays,
a Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
and   Saturdays,   culling  at
}'     between   New   Vestminster
lilliwack.
NORTHERN   B,  C.  ROUTE.
8, S. Tecs
fi Vancouver al s p.m, L'rd
f'.'i of earh month, ciilliiig at
(ate on first trip and Bella Coola
P : < trip, Time on arrival and
���"-" am approximate,
reservations and Information
1 dress
ED. QOULET,
Agent, _:ew Westminster.
E. .7.  COYLB,
|Gen. Pass. Agent. Vancouver.
.7. W. TROUP,
���eral Superintendent, Victoria.
Ilie Schaake Machine Wwk__
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B. C.
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case, |/.bo nj).
��� -. nt for the cell
Watchi
Vn '"��� KJtpedltlon.   All  ���
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able,
. BLACXSMITHING.
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.a, won aa ���   ��� ; ��� .
lng a specialty
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BUREAUS, BEDSTEAD1:
Mineral Waters, Etc.  jRus|,ton  &   ��     j.
Aerated Waters,
SrCOND-kAND   STOP.
Itreet,
H. M. K.MU7S0N, '     -\ 	
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Eighth  r'
We  ..Iso do all kind*
of        .eral   repairing.   ��
>i.:MJm on Whi4p% .
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THE   DAILY   NEWS,
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THE DAILY NEwS
Pul lished by the Daily N'ews  Pub-
;.-    ...    Com iany   Limite i.   a!
offices,   corner   of   Six;:;   an I   Pro u
streets, New Westminster, B. C.
E.   A.  Paige Manager
ADVERTISING   RATES.
Transieni   display   advertising,    10
cent,  per line (nonpareil), l- lines
the   inch.     Five   cents   per  line   for
bu  sequenl  Insertions.
Reading notices, bold face type, 20
cents per line, brevier or n mpa eil,
in cents per line.
For time contracts, special positions, apply tee advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
dpaihs, SOc. Wants, for sales, lost
or found, rooms to let, etc., one cent
per word. No advertisement taken
for l< -s 'ban 25 cents.
For Luncheon���use WINDSOR TABLE SALT. Itmakes
meat and eggs taste so much better.
And you never feel  it   on   food.
Never lumpy.
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was becoming monotonous, the eluc-
i' is had their suspicions excited, and
found thai the woman's death had
la en cause I by pots in. Thi re was
a., evidence, however, leading to even
,e suspicion of either foul plaj or suicide, and the case was a mystery until some one remembered thai all the
wives had died al the time of spring
cleaning. Thai gave the clue, and
examination showed that the wall paper of the parlor was heavily impregnated with a viriieni poison. The
mora]  '-  obvious.
Night   Office    B22
THURSDAY.   APRIL   18.   1907.
A LEGAL CURIOSITY.
\\ innipeg has a law suit which .s
said o be unique in lhe annals ol
i 'e.n.i lian lurispi udence. Some time
ago, the Free Press of thai citj print-
a following paragraph:
There is a ghosi In the north end
nl ihe city thai Is causing a lot of
trou le i'i the inhabitants, His chief
haunl Is a vacant bouse.' on St. John's
avenue, near Main. -He appears late
ai nighl and performs strange antics,
so thai timid people give the place a
wide berth, A number of men have
lately made a stand againsi ghosts
in general and al nighl thej rendi /.-
ve ,- in be .e isemenl an I close
aro md the haunted house to await
his ghostship, but so far he remains
at  large."
Upon this, il wnei of the properly ���- ied the paper for damages, was
r.on-suited and appealed, and the court
of appi al has reversed the decision
' the court below an 1 .-iven the own-
< . $1,000 lamages. The paper will
now carry the case a couri higher up,
and i; may go, like our premier, "to
i hi   foot nf the i hrone "
A good many nice points seem mi
:"   involved, ami thaf particular ghost
-however unsubstantial I ay In���
will   probably   prove   a   very  fai   ami
.1uicy   morse i   for   the   lawyers.    Tbe
' ��� Press oughl to call upon Hi.' So-
1 ' iv  psychical  research  to come
��� ' 'ts  aid.     A   ghost   wbicb is sufficiently  in  evidence  to  form   the  sub-
y'   "' a law sail oughl '.' l.e rn' greal
- m, thai society.
ll Is ail vei;. well In make' fun, as
' some papers .in. nf W. T. Stead ami
bi peace-preaching tour; bul if his
i lie :���!.- resull in advancing the day
when war shall be no more���in free>-
Ing Europe, even t" a small ex enl
:: an the i rushing burden of militarism, lie will deserve a brighter fame,
a nobler monument, than ibe greatest
ci 'i |i ��� ro    -be   world  bas  known,
_ _ . .
Tin' Imperial hudgel   is in be intro-
! duce I   in   ibe   House  of Common - today, and tin' fact is anounced as news
worth printing   in    Canadian    papers
wbicb  eliel  nm   devote even a  line to
Capt. Tatlow's surplus; but then there
.lire some  people  who  never seem  in
I have an;,   sense' of proportion.
land, Pratt devoting nis time t > the invention of a mechanism which lie designated il. ��� "pterotype," tin' first practical typewrit r. Provisional protection
to the Invention was urnnl.'ii by the
British governtnent in February, 1864,
and em Dec. 1,*1S66, letters patent No.
3103 we'ii' granted to Pratt, on re
turning to the United States, in 1863,
lie secure.l letters patent iu this c lun
try. Mr. Pratt was tin' first luveul ir
of a machine in which a type1 wheel
was move'ii by key levers, and he was
the first man to make and sell type
writers, having sold several In London
ln 18H7.
Mcxlmn   -I_-i.i_._a.
We were listening to the playing of a
military band the otber night when my
friend said: "Do you know that, although 1 have heard jn.-t about all ot'
tbe best orchestras ami bands in this
country at different times, 1 have uot
dise-.ive red a single one that can hold
a candle to Mexican musicians'.' Those
follows are something wonderful, all
full i>f inusi.', and, although half of
them cannot read the language of their
country, tbey read the music and get
notes from their Instruments that
would really astonish you" Columbus
Dispatch.
A Little Sarcastic.
Au old woman went Into a grocer's
ami ordered a pennyworth of carrots.
After being served she Inquired, "D'ye
not thraw something in wi' them?"
"Oh, yls," replied the greengrocer; "If
ye wait a minute I'll thraw In a seek
o' tetties an' a barrel 0' apples an' a
hundredweight o' turnips an' a box o'
oranges! An'." be shouted as tbe oid
woman flounced out of the simp, "when
I'm busy I'll thraw iu tbe horse an
calrt! If yor not satisfied then, come
back for tbe shop.!" -London Mail.
Xew   Brunswick   is   increasing   the
.salaries nf the teachers  in  its  public
schools ai  a cosl  In ihe  provisi e of
I $20,000;   but   New   Brunswick   is   one
nf those provinces which has a I.  iei -
ai   governmenl  and    therefore    does
nol understand thai people who work
I for their living should nol be' consid-
< .I'd   until   the  speculators   have  ha I
their "whack" ami a nesl egg ba> been
provided    as  ihe    tangible    evidence
from   which a  future  surplus   may be
predicted.
A  Mall  Length  Picture.
A countryman bargained with a California photographer for a half length
[ibinre of himself at half price, and
when the artist delivered a fine view
Of the subjee't from tiie waistband
down the victimized sitter indulged In
remarks more forcible than polite.���
Philadelphia Inquirer.
CLASSIFIED   ADVERTISEMENTS
LOST���Between Tram Offii ��� m ;
'.- :. C-oi imei ce,  .me    '.uii ling
plan.   F m return 1    New -
iffiee. ld-7-
FOUND- Wh   ������     : .\     t< ri.:.     with
br ���'... sj  it    .������������-      Appl;   S   ���
office . S2-dtf
GOOD OPEiMNG for young men to
.stu.I;, ia/. al Martin ,_ McQuarrie's
law office. eli I'
Ti.VIBER LANDS���W.. deal exclusively in tim "���:���. Have large an.l small
tracts on water. If you wish ie>
buy fir sell, see me. E. 1'.. Chandler,
l"7   Hastings  St.,   Vancouver.  B.C.
for SALE���Convenient 6-room modern residence with large garden,
stabb' for two horses, etc. Price
$3, 100 i half cash I. Appl iox i>_ I,
New   West min.-'er.
FOR  SALE    Several  lots In Burn tby,
close to Can Factoi y an I i'i') limits
$60  each.    Apply  White  &   Shiles, j
City.
JOB   PRINTING    Sav,    Miii   aa i    F
in. j Stati merj a specialty.   w
all other kin.is of printing, an l Insure  a. goo 1  job   .;'    righl
ARROW   PRESS.  Daily  News  Block.
Mrs. Dominy. proprietor.
.rOR   SALE    | room   house,   ssm);   7
i "en hou   -. close ir.. $1,100; 5
ii iu ". cl   se to Bri Ige, $1,700, White
.v  Si.iie,-. c elumbia stn i I
FOR SALE���A .-ma!', is...;.! con   lining
,    about 15 acres, close to N ��   \\   -
mlnstei  I Ity, Can lie used ;..
'    sit...      For    particulars    apply    i"
I    Gun !���:'.- m &  Ana. '.- grocer;.
We would like, if possible, tn make
i arrangements with si .���;,,��� pai tj o�� nin :
..   team   to   take   the delivery   of  ice
foi   us 1 his summer, either by hir	
I team nr so much per inn for delivery.
i Columbia  Cold Sm,.' ige. 6 1-87
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���_    icres close to   ich   'I. station, P. O. ami boai   I
H) a. iim. nn Eburne ('ar line, with  8-room   house, ail
large barn; only - miles from city.      Price  $4,500,   with   I
50 acres, eleven miles from city a' Station ami Posl Offi       .,,,;
barn, chicken house ami orchard; partlj cleared, onlj $2,000.
77  acres  close to  Westminster Junction, fronting on !;;���
Price $55 per acre, I :: <��� ish. balance easy terms.
(10 acres at  Cloverdale.   Price $21  .er  acre,   wilb  terms,
,".e) acres  near   Westminster   Junction,  on    good     road, ea ll\    ,
Price $20 per acre.
See our list of City Property in the "Columbian."
HALE & LANE, Real Estate A?
248 Columbia St., NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
and at CALGARY. Alberta.
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.The Fishing Season!
* has now commenced.     1 have son.
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��� splendid   now   lines   in   FISMIING       J
��� TACKLE, Rods.  Lines and   Ree
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jy   ^HOOTING���Call and inspect my fine stock of guns, new and secon*. I
* hand. '
��� CICYCLES���of the latest pa'.ternr for sale and to hire, both fcr las
and gentlemen.
New   Keys   marie;    locks   fit; a d;   kni
axes,  saws  scissors,
X   ground   and   sharpene."
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NOTE THE  NE'.V ADDRt_S.
Writing  a  ee.i;  ihe public i inds, nm .
Ni evs-.-Ulvei  . iei   takes oce asion to ie-!
��� ��� I its di iujiproval of the proposed
di\ ision inn, two of the Lands ami
Wor m Depart ment. '. si outs lie idea
'���''������ ' 'a" responsi ill tie - an.l work entailed on the Chiel Commissioner ol
I. inds and Works, undei the present
���m sten . a: - ���_.������ atei ir more onerous
than 01    enl  m  .1 can  sal Isi'ac-
���.".;..    .  . lai .;
1' the  admin    ration   of
he  De   an un a-   hai 1. due to the
��� ict tl        he 1 hie   1 lomii issii ner res-
ible   hai    uo     ieen   n   1 umpi teni
Im ._" i  in agree with'
. ��� mii .-:...:; .   ...    a. .      expi e
;.'.;       ��� fin   ���-.���:������" : mui j
- ne o:   th ���   Miu - ers, 1
; ... lemni   ion    of   his   col-
,1 I ���      'Ml'. '"
.1   . us  1     n   ;.:! ied   In ,
... ... M 1    .,     Mill! ���
Ir.g cl ���   '.'��� litiu
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'I : ���     CU IOUS    lllillH    is
WALT WHITMAN.
TV11.J�� of the Poe< Who Wm Loved by
All   \\h<>  Knew   ill,,,.
This Is the Walt Whitman who was
known   and  loved  by  those who  met
him daily:
"After some conversation Whitman
proposed a walk across to Philadelphia.
Putting on his gray slouch bat, he sallied fnrili with evident leisure and, taking in;, arm as a support, walked slowly the lie's] part eef a mile ro the ferry.
Crossing the terry was always a great
pleasure to him. The life o�� the street
and nf the people was so near, so dear.
The men mi the ferry steamer were
evidently old friends, aud when we
landed on tbe Philadelphia side we
were before long quite besieged���the
man or woman selling Ash at the corner ni' the street, the tramway cnn
due-tor. the loafers on tho pavement a
word of recognition from Walt en- ns
often from the other first; presently
a cheery sh ml from the top of a dray,
and before we had gone many yards
fa-ilie'i- the driver was down and standing in front of us, his horses given to
the care of same, bystander. He was
an niii Broadway 'stager,' had uol seen
Walt for three 1 :��� four years, ami tears
were in his eyes as he held les hand.
We were, new brought to a standstill,
and others gathered round. (Jeorge
was iii. and Wall musl go ainl sec him.
There was a message for the children,
:.;,el in hi-e pocket the poel discove . 1
One or two packets f n- absent little
ones. But for the most part his words
were few. li was the fathers who
spoke and apparenl ly witl mt reson e."
���"Whltmuu a- 1' ���!'. pei,ier Saw I i.m '
in Craftsman.
AM   Wrong:.
New Curate���Your husband Is a confirmed Invalid, is he not? Mrs. l_ill-
yus- Confirmed, sir? Xo. sir: he ain't
Church nf England. New Curate���I i
me.'in. N he a permanent invalid? Mrs.
Billyus���Permanent? Lor', no! Doctor
says he can't last a mouth.
Ill am Inn ted.
Benedick���That luminous paint is a
splendid th,,,--. Singleton���What do
you use lt for'.' Benedick���We paint
the baby's face, so we can give bim a
drink In the night without lighting
the gas.
FOR SALE -I I. ts ii. Burnaby, close
to bhe Vancouver car line'. ..iv,.
Several large I il - 0:1 Eighth sl ri el
an ! near car. factory, Burnaby, $G0
to $80 ...i'ii WHITE ,\i SHILES,
Columbia street.
SF.C01-H,.ND JUNK STORE
HIGHEST CASH PRICE
PAID PCR ALL KINDS OF
SECOND-HAND      ARTICLES.
GEO. R��� SPECK
���   TRAPP BLOCK. TRAPP   BLOCK.!
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MOB!,: STREET
Phone 214
Oxfords
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WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF
Misses' and
Children's Dresses
in Dark Prints, Light Prints, Sham! rays,
Muslin, Lawn ; in all sizes from 1-2 year
to 17 years.    Jack Tar Blouses in sizes
to 1! years.
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COLUMBIA STREET
fm^jj^immis^m^m^m^mi'i^Mm^^
A CRUEL  ENDING
' Tho    l.iincli    Death    ami    Dr-ecruteil
���i     i -     "   ''e liruv-  ..i   I..un-. ii.-.-   Sterne.
i .      onl)       Ltiureni ������   Sterne,   the   great   writer,
. 'in  wlmi    erm W*n ���  lefi  ulouu e.e  :..    i pom.. ..a   llond
e      [f ui     clu     ..,.::    St ''���   London,   in   those   i I a   bitter
[.,   oYain.   i j days,  with  a  servant   of  lhe  lo :  I i_
house for his oi I ���   ntteudi .ei.    A ��� he
���'" ��� ���    i       . ,       '. i        i        ,i
li.y ih lng a   l.::.i _   . as  beard nt  i he
Ion so lon     ,,.,.���.   .,, .,   u   , .    ,   . , , .    ,.,,.���,
��� *     from a liouse n -ur bj  to Inquire as to
���a      e jusi anil   his health.
,   .   " fall  e mi.illy   on      The footman waited till the end, saw
; |���    . Iho taxes ai      lil" ll,;'1 ;"':-' '"   ''    us if to ward oil
:, |   .,,,.  ll,li,|l.,.i   ,i0   wh:;    lh, ,   a blow aud hoard the ah....... Ina lieu-
with  the   land      Wi   -   .     ���,   |"te murmur from white lips, "Now It
is come!'
Then he went bflcls lo the hou \
where a i.i Me pnriy was -.: itliered, n_ I
told ila: n.M'.s i.i the feasters, most ol
whom were Sterne's friends,    I'm- th -
OXFORDS    are   making  their  appearance
everywhere.   The man who enjoys foot comfort
will ��_<_. his feet inside of a pair as soon as he
possibly can.
The styles are very handsome this year.   We
have them in all the leading makes, viz:
%j ui tins
3ffi_-.
RC'e
Tie "Walkover
The "Invictus"
The "Warwick"
The "Packard
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Etc., Etc.
In    this    counl r\     exi epl
re paid I
Thev are made of PATENT COLT. VICI KID,
GUN METAL, RUSSIA TAN, CALF, CHOCOLATE
COLOR KID, and other choice leathers.
Just Arrived one of the  largest  and ffl
complete stocks m Britisli Columbia
SUIT'S MADE TO ORDE  . FROM $17.00 L
PANTS TO ORI   R. $5.00 UP
OVERCOA   S TO ORDER. $17.00
w.ati-taction jfuarantccj or mone;    rerunaea.     Suits  kept in r;
lr_c oi cnarge for one year.     (./'pun evenings.
=. _ THE      .
space oi' Imlf un hour Lhey lumeni i
him. nn I thou the lulls turned on other
thing!   so    oon   nre  we  forgotten   In
In ihe I lid i lounl ry i he . Iiu .������ ee new
n  iv ul    known  us  i lie  preven-
....  ��� . ��� '    ... ..i  acl,  Vi hich  forbids
���'il|r:' '   ",i"'''   objectionable this workaday world.
The   fir i   case   under   it      "Alus, pun- Vorlck!"    His publisher
up In Manchester the other day and n  single friend   followed   I��� i��� ��� >  lo
when a <: :i   In .1 clothing warehouse lli(- lomb,  while ghouls  watched  oul
v.n   .-.mm   neil ol  "tipping" n  railway Bldo a"'1 mavkvH  the spot   where  he
... . was laid,    Two nights aftorwnrd the
cai ter lo Induce linn io mnke iiroiniii ,    , ,        , , ,   ,
'. Imelv uns stoli'ii, shipped lo ( iiinliriiK'"
,1",lv":''  '"" "arcels-   As " "'' aud placed, strangely enough.upon the
tho flrsl e ise under the act, the tnagts- di8Sect|iig table al his own uulvorslty,
t'ate said he would deal leniently with a  friend  recognized his features and
lhi  offender,   The amouni of the "tip" fainted away when ii wns too late to
was   imm'1    cents, and   ll   is   probable stop the desecration.   Myrtle' Reed In
lh. clerk  looked something like thai p""lk 'N,'ws Monthly,
when he found thai 1 he line and costs
; n    n'e.1 ie, sixty dollars,
Prices from $2.50 lo $5 pair I   UP-TO-DATE   TAI LOl
The Typeviriicr.
Although In' was nol tho first to devise 11 machine for typewriting, John
- . I   Pratt won tho distinct  of Inventing
,,       , v.   ;   1   the flrst  working typewriter Unit se
w fe 1!:.' other day,   No   l wns inineel ���' .
cured ii sale,    lie wns horn In  I mon
,''"  .'"'i:s   ������<-'���   and   'x"'   -���   """   >' '"', vill,..  S. C, .en  April   11.   1831, aud   in
since     Probably  because  lhe    thing   is.;i   wjh, [,(��� VV|fe, |���. wen| ���,,, i:���u..
I
257  FRONT STREET . K    _    , _ T_rr,fl
Cor. McKenzie  and  Front M.    LANG 1 *
New Westminster
Red
SO M E T!-_ a W G   G Q O D
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50c  per pound
ADAMS    &    DEAN
THE   OTY   GROCERY
Coifs jCAV.  APRIL  -3.   1901
THE   DAILY   N'K W j*
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CITY NEWS
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Vnul liei ��� ' X
V  wealthv ".
ii   iM fisheries no about a fortnlgli *
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:, . . ei-esem    ,-.��� iplo.l I.)   r
'n's     \ ��������� . ���        The    offei      w .is
Just a Few Specials
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���  -    i Side, mm with h
��� ���   >          Worth twibl. th ��� mi ".',���>
John A. Lee's Furniture Emporium
DUPONT   BL-CK.
\_s\   WKSTMINSTIN   B   C
Phono  ri
��� ��� ...     ��� - _��� -
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'   0   r   II   the <    .
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]\\[ BES1 SHIRT   t
MADE RU} THL W.KKIMiMAN   ���
ing sol   ��� v i         eefore Easi
��� '" v             ���              .������ . fine wi      er would com
lying 1   'M
Many ee;' the iim-- of S        .  I     ids I ���       la-yed hy block-
��� - have   irrived, so that now, instead ���..            nen ous when
I  foi   . ���     iin ';ii"- of go   Is, we   ire n mj  to    e able  to si, iv,
it is asked for, in almost every instai in fuel   ev.    ire showing
. handise -t ason I        pen ele -    rei        \    . ���   i i    Hi     here,
Manj   peo| Ie  have  expi .--������:. irise an,l ire     t the
Itj if goods shown here at such mo i .prii - aud some who for-
_);��� i> u.'ii: inn ..I town for - mei ��� \ > transfei e,l their pan n
i..     ��� . the ('ASH STORE.
TO-DAY we anu      i     a sale of -". Sa:,   le Suits a: ONE-THIRD
OFF  regular prices.    Novelty Tweeds.  Sha Plaid   Worsteds  .    i
Ho in      ins    in .   Plain  Col i    Vii mas   i ami Broi     lolhs, .,11
reliable,   well-tailored   garments;   son      I  Inn  . j   with  bra   I,   nutous
an    Moir<   Silk.   Gorng at these prices $12.50. S'j. 318.50 to $25.
worth if bought- in th,    egulai  wa\      f I'I 30 to $37.50
���. . Some of the Advantages .
Possessed by This WorkiriK.11.11rs Shirt
.....
nd Mrs   !   ..   Mclnnes cable the I        n  l.oi
and   a   : m m.   n is   i _ _eh ed  yes1.1 f
I'he   Flyei   . esterday  wit,    declining tho offer     li   is undei     ��� ���' ���
!ille\    I   is    thai the lutereste i pai tie .. n III en I   i ���
hedge.    'I'lu    vor Me secure unolher site In llu   cen X   i>   .. i i      i i ���, tv
,,,,., . , .,.i Buttons sewed on by hand   can t come oil.
ctrlj  In  the noon  with   tral   purl   ol   the city,  .is  the\   Intend *
load or crusl to build a first class hotel on tho coasl ���  SoaiUS (ItHll'lo Si ih'llOil     I'illl'l   !'i|>.
M      -..-.,     ,, ....,...,! n,ui prefer hulldlns In Now   W.sttnl
Women's  Blac     I.
YOUI'   ('lioi,','
    $1.35
Misses' Blue and Bl        I      vio    Skirts;   good,   stroiic    :a   nei   -
��
everyday and school ��   i   .  \    les .2.   I, now $1.75
Misses' Lighi Tweed Skirts,  In  Chec   -  and shadow   effects;    at-
���tively made with  pleats,   iti    is  and   buttons;     values   $3.50  for
 $2.75
Vllsses' and Ladies' Lighi   .'       IB   . '���'       , in the new styles and
ular length;  special   $6.75
The   Restless    irrive.l   lu    ioi I   i
s'.1 r
v  tha   I "-swift or   iooii   ol  lo.
���:'<""   HoKe   s   ���''���     The   boat     will       V special meeting of the committee
lpave   fl"   Blaine   ''iy    ���"���'n'i   ��   le" appointed on Mondn}   evening to look
-ui;:,'r   l"""1   f" '""   Mills le ���.ter the clerk's luterosts in the mui
The school    ������:       ,vl     nice     : .nighl :'"' '"' sm,,-i��S ���'  weekly  half holldnj
to discus lu>   , . ,-., i ,V8S '"'M  ,n  ,h<'  ��br��'->   i"'">il����  yo-   ���
���..������ wlus    , ���      , ���     r. n Ifi'dn} evening, when plans for rutin ���  ���
1C      ( w|[|       . ,, ,    ,,, mldance  were  discussed      V  petition  1
called   foi   before   Ions; ll:,s  ;"'''"  l"'*l),"'Pl1. -1"11  ��i!1  he clrctl    ���
lated   for   signatures   nmoug   all   Ihe  ���
s.   il.   Thompson,   iho   liver}   man, salesmen employ,',! In file retail stores  J
'���   II shortly    emovi   rroni    ..     remises l.i  lite city.    Included  In  Ihe pot ll Ion
present   occupies   on   Columbia is n  roquesl   for  froodom on  Wednos
���' reel  to a    In   which he has secured dn} urternoon from Mn}   IH lo  \ugu_l
m El  lull stree   . near Devoy's stables. 1 I,    The clerl
Button-holes extra finished   can't wear out,
Ever* siilri Guaranteed t��> u����- Brand
PHILLIPS
\V   ,1.   White si 1, .   counsel   for   tin
' ' '' '   '"'    '   "I   :'"' ''';'   'I    earl.\ closing on Saturdnvs
il. Phillips lui    rik\l   lie wl '.  for pro- 	
bale, 'i'le,' e tt al \ alue Is aproxlmaie
1} $100,000, the I) ilk of u hich Is lefi
I )  lhe   wl t.v.   un i   children.
:   THE WARDROBE CLOTHIER   :
��� SOLE AGENTS FOR NEW WESTMINSTER
��� ���
mn   Hit'  iriir  holiday,   i,m several  of ���������������������������������������������������������><��'���>���.������'���*   ������<��������������������������*����������������������������������"���
tlie'in are dubious nhoul   the propo ied
s nre sanguitio eoni-ern
Prregr..iiinip.
Slgnor  I'.   I i' Vurla's   rocll el   a    Si
Patrick's hall, Thursdn}.   Vpril IS;
'I he   suil   i  r   il un iges,   l.ak ng   i-s PART  I.
Leduc  was argued   before  .Judge   Bole   '::i'-'!l1   Her Smiles  (From Trovaloro)
yesterda}   niornlng.     W.  G.   McQuar      VenW
rie apiiearc i   for  the  plaintiff and   !���'. Ail   l;   L   r    '"   ''���'"
VV.   Howay   for    defendani.     Having   ''"v';>   Flowers I  I'raj   (Pr  Paitstl
��� in 1   Ihe   argument ���  of   both   legal ��� ��� ,i"11""'1
'���"���"���"���"���"���'���';���"���"������.�������� ���.��� ��� ������.���'���.���.���.���;.���;���; .��� ������ ���.��� ��� �� ���.��� ��� ���..���.��� ��� *
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lothine Like !t in the City
l'i ei' leinen  His  llonoi   11  veil 'i ������ de
Ml ii   .1   Heaton,
cislon.   '
V1,1 er ma a  SmI I h I      i    i r I <��� il
Duel     l.e .   11 elelle i i From  'Mm   ii)
 V   'I'll 'in.i
lie Mlas A Naver.i  nnd .1    \. Konnlii ���
:                                   \ irn hi}   as   enn   in' (ii�� I'i'vc Is n Bird    Del  Rti ��� i
J  expi    od aftei           eveve shaking up "���' Chansoi    Provonciihi  ..Pol  Acquii
,.     .   I    ���       .11    bui  rinil ��� 11   vei i ^,is';   Beiilnh  D iwson
painful to move ni i ml al all, though '''' I-*- Rnnieniiji      F	
In   hupi         will nol  b<   : m.  weeks ,!l1 A Song of Waiting  ...  i:  Hi   .il
, ore hi  can ind again attend M'\ S. A. hdown.
Inp  tn   business. I:i' H Thou Dldsi Novo Me ....Doiizn
i li) Dream        s relonkl
e
I At Last Our
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| Spring Shoes
I Are Here
i ine   ol   tin    . ;       .   .  . un :i  stale I
Ul      \l   HI - tin
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V Block of Ten Lots goes to the
| first applicant, for the ridiculously low figure of
. ___.���. $ S 5'
"���li:l       i;',:    :';' '���< ���   1|"'   i',sl   '���'�� Duel   Oynthla's Orb  of Snow   (From
' " : : '        '";'     ���' -' Si"' In lele ' Ml ;,i,i.:,,!,.,       ,,	
fi-nphl     communication   while   trying ;���;,,,���  pm- Awn,\   (Tuscan  Foil   Song)
locali       .oil     ��hii'li  bad   gol   -Id ��� (���.,,.,,   ,, , ,
tracked    omewhei   the other side -,=      ���(���  i;   Moody nnd Mb    ,1   Heaton
oi   lhe  Rockies     Even  n.tor this "\- \ ,A  n  Toasl   (Toi'rcndoi   s m-   rrom
i'< usiv.���   use  of   the   wires,   he   ls.no Cnrnien)       im . ���
Ihan   :.' 'ore    nml   ; he   fro I ghl Mr   .1   it   (Iw en
111   1'   ;   In   Ihe  ' ie-'Vi le Ci llo s el .    Vvo�� il Hi tn nth llm   llnrs
\  leleg.   ���',  ' ,.  i       veil In   Mayoi (imvorta) i'   d'Aurla
.-   ���       ���   tenia,    from     1 .,        C, ''""m"'""'1  '  DfillcMtntl to I'W ih,
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���] ask \"ii I" <'.'ill nnd
late il in l ""i wear, i       iwn ��
in New York, Boi d all  *
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This is only $85 per lot, and on
easv terms.
.   'I.i'i'. : hlm   thai   the
;  .    ..    if the   nl Ice i   inml -:��� n
���   ������ Uo I  thli   iveel .    T.
.     \i. ..i : .! ��� le i. .. ', -: be n   ihosen i >
RII  th       ..'���,.    ��� y -      vid    Garret I
1   " '      nt the cit}  council,    The
ttln     il '      ���   loliitinon   V i   linn ���
I ���   M. im   i '���  monl lis. and nov
' ' ���   thi   anon incem nil   Is made,  Vld.
Oarrcli   has  gom   a�� ���..   on   e  month's
Ip 1o   'i m ' re ii.
l.i i.,nl  Fl}   wiih  Mr i From  Kmnnl |
     Verdi
Mrs, VV   VV. Dim      i
i" . Ilns    VI Ion    i From    Id  od
         ,Mti   'i"
.Mr. C   Jonn
Ai    f,i ii "I.    i    i: lllliml   fin.    >'
11 rn in f s I     II       i
VI       t:   '.i.I'm.   nn
o   Slur  of   live   (From   Tnnnl       i   i
      V.
'���!  now, we will     t them
>
fcLEGD, MARK &  CO.
line Farm Land Specialists
New  Westminster
________7__xr._'.
-WEDDING    GIFTS...
Do ye,ii  find  it difficult  to decide on a suitable article for thu*.
ent?   If ���. i, all >w ns to offer a few    igi esti
In Cut Glav,   Water Bottle, ���'���   '"���'������"���   ,; ,v '���   WaPP>''
iher,
Stcr!inB Silver nnd SHvcr-Plated  Gooda
���"m an'd i irl   . &c.,; Tea Set,   Salad Bowl.  Soup T      -.
m Can
Oak Tj .; . ,.   suit Jar, B   te , Bro      F'grores, &c.
C. Chasnberlin,      _j__i____._r
A CENT HA MIL TO.\   M A TCH
.-.ie-  .1   \   r.������ ���
Tho mnrrl ige o     . 0. S. Scholeflel I "    Fatal   Olfl    (From    Don    furiosi
rovini mm   librarian ol   Vi( lot la,   und   Verdi
, '������   ,  Llil)...   'I e    Cor io :i ..  '   '    ci -��� Mi      \    '..��� .��� i ���
rale] ul   hi i   noon    ��� iterilay al  sm VI;   Mc rl Is We u    (From Mn
Barn ibas church,  the    Rev.    C.    VV. Mr , T   (I   M   i I
".,,,,,...;. -������ . i. , .,    Sn     to  Youi   Dnughtel   (From
isleful '      the ocra Ion, Trnvlata)     v, , m
���   md aboul a hunil    I fi I i ;   an I rela MIm B. McCro i an and Mr. Cl   loi
of the i -:r   -. '..e , i arties wero Ood Save the  King,
,    nt, an.l congratulatiopB and good      Seata foi  sale a)  the City bakery,
��� .j.!,,..,  ...,.,���.     ...,,:-,. i   ,,i the happy BOc, gallery 26c
���_- kcmei
>; large ui                                          lit,
;t; as we !".
J the genu                    HO]              li |
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Headquarters
for   ....
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ADVERTISE IN  THE  NEW5
_a___i_i____________iii--i
____< THE   DAILY   NEWS.
THURSDAY, APR|L 18
DRESSED SEALSKIN.
*
Thr     Wa.      Thli     npmitlful     l-'nr     Ia
Brought  ��<i  Perfection.
if a lady's sealskin Jacket be compared -with ilu- coarse, hard or dry-
salted sealskin ns Imported, or, still
better, with the coai of the living fnr
seals, one Is struck with the vast difference between them.
Passing our fingers among the hairs
of the cat or dog, we may notice line
sbort hairs at the roe.is of the longer,
coarser iren,'nil covering of the animal.
This is so called under fur. Bul in the
greater number of these animals the
short hairs are so few and often so tine
ns to be, comparatively speaking, lost
sight of among what" to our eyes constitutes the coat.
The op,'ration which the skin undergoes to bring out, so to sny, the fur,
may be briefly described as follows;
The skin, after being washed to rid it
of grease and so forth, is laid Hal on
the stretch, flesh side up, A flat knife
Is 111 'ii passi el aero - tbe flesh su!i-
��� I nee . thini . _ ,; to a very consi 'it-
able extent. In .1 li ���-: this, the
severs ii',' roots . the long str i g
hairs, which penetrate Ibe skin deepe v
th.in do the - ei. . .' ate ones under
the fur Th i rough ba rs are th m ir .1
rid of   while the fu ' retains II    ;. ild
A variety of ���-,..���-, liary manipulations, in w Inch the p li .- softe ied an I
pri -. r.. il, are i. xi _ me through, and
then the fur undei g >es ;i pr-i-css of
dyeiug wi i. 1, pr ".n 'es :!e.:i deep unl
form tint se, well known aud admired.
yon i".ni .,' *s ii,-Imke.
It so happened lhal t- .e ladies were
making their way in their seats .-et tin'
very moment Vou Bulow finished his
Introduction of ihe' flrst movement of
Beethoven's "Seenata .Pathetic." This
so Irritated him that he purposely commenced the allegro at such .'in absurdly
slow pace as in make tho quavers in
the bass correspond exactly t.��� the time
,.,;' the' ladies' footsteps. As may be
imagined, they felt cei thorus and hurried on as fast as thev could, while Vou
Bulow accelerated his tempo in sympathy with their Increasing pace.��� Harnett's Musi,-nl Ueminisceuces.
Land Registry Act.
TAKE NOTICE that, an application
In,- been  a ade   lo register Francis C.
, Honour as the owner in fee simple,
an li r .   ti x sale deed from the Mayor
land    Treasurer   of   ihe   (.'ity of New
j Westminster, e.i Francis C. Honour,
I.cai in--  m ti   m .   -nil day of October,
! A.  li.  1903,    i .   ;-.!! anel singular that
certain   parcel    or tract of   land anl
i
pn   uses   sit nate, lying  an.l   being in
ih,   City  e'  New  Westminster, in ibe'
piovin -     ���;   British   Columbia,   mure
particularly  known  and  described  as
sui divisii ns  17.   1S,   19, of lol S, sub-
urban block 9.
Voi , ���, . :- of you are required in
conti sl thi It im of the tax purchaser
���within forty-five days from the date
nl' ih,' flrsl m:i; li,'iition ,el' this notice,
other., is, I sh il register ��� Francis C.
Hono . - wnei then of in fee, and I
direc thai . , lication or this noiice
i:i a daily newspaper published in New
Wesl . ins .   thirty days shall  he
goi ' an ; suffli i. nt service hereof.
Imm. I al th, Land Registry Office,
N'i w .'.'��� -' Insti . pi ivince e.f British
'' , this 10th   lev of  March, A.
IM   If '7.
C.  S.  KEITH,
District  Registrar.
":"    ' ���     -     VV. Jamieson, Esq,
Vli pi   sons si   red with ibis notice,
���     laimins  ; hrou.-h or under
���   sons   claiming  any
Irteresl  iM tl s  said  land by virtu,   of
any  imri      tered   instrument,  and  all
persons     ' ing any interest  in  tbe
sai I land 1 lesi ent, whose title is
nol registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Art," shall be for-
evei estoppe_ nd debarred from setting !��� any claim to or in respect of
the said land so so!,] for taxes as provided  by lh" "Land Registry Act."
Dear,  Indeed!
"The dear, dear girls!" exclaimed
Mrs. Pawkins, looking at her fashionable daughters enthusiastically,
���'Yes; the dear, dear girls!" muttered
Mr. Pawkins despondently.
^<l_-M
Tenders fcr a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province of British Columbia.
-tan yields to custom as he bows to
fare- in all things ruled, iuiud, body
nn 1 estate.���Crabbe.
Mniit  n<-  Good.
Plaisantin offered In payment of a
bill a gold piece' which had a suspicious ring. "Here, you've given me
oue of those false coins that the counterfeiters have inst been arrested for
making," si.hl the merchant. "Impossible," answered Plaisantin, "It is dated 1SGS, If it were false, surely it
would have been found out before
this."���Gnulois.
Til ree  YV i\ ers.
The Beggar���Please, sir, will you
kindly assist a poor man who has
three wives t i support? The Pedestrian��� Why, do you mean to sny you
are a bigamist'.' The Beggar���Oh, no,
sir. Two of theri: are the wives o'
my sons-in-law-.
����_3___S��_��J , .   '..���
Tenders for a License to Cut Timber
on Dominion Lands in the Province
of Bi itish  Columbia.
Sealed Tendi. - addressed to the
Commissioner of Dominion Lands, De-
; artment of the interior, and marked
e _   the  envelop!   ' '". ndi r for 'i'i: ibei
��� ������: h No, 513," will le- received al
this Di partmenl until 12 o'clock noon
on We Ines lay, thi _C b day of Jun -,
1907, for a I1 :e i to cul I Imbi r on
Bi rl h N'.. eiu, . oi iprif Ing lan ! - situate in tl ' Pi ovim ��� British I
lia. ami  describe     , - iws;
Timber   it- rl ie   No.   ' I '. comp]
two ble   I     lyli       ;i I      eas   .  .  side
of the No       " ���   ���  ��� >       Riv-
��� ��� ���,    i:i  aboul To vnshl        '.     nd   2-
Range 28, Wei b
Bloc!    '     Coverii       lie tract 1
alon     ��� .  .   ;. . voen 'H
; and 2   if Timbi      I .:..-..-
tendii :.'"..
��� : iarters  of i   mile, i Ing an area
ol iv .e; squ ..       .    i.
Block   _'.    Cove     m    hi   :...,������
mm   i he s:ii.l  Rh er    etween Blocl
1 ,.i: i .; of saiel Berth 171. anil i xU n I-
Ing  bi ' mi Mii 1  i.i'
ters im' a iiiii". containing an area ol
' ���' quai tei - ,.;' ei square mile, more
i : less.
The  berth musl  11   surveyed within imi i yea    nfi i       ol    b
ii..   awarding    be     erth,
TI ������   n   ul Minus  under ��lei' h   a
e. ;,-.. -.', ill    ...    issued,    i I 'i    printed
foi ms of tendi r and envelope, ma}  : ���
,'. laine i al this Departmenl or      Ihe
eej.'e !��� of the Crown Tim! ���     Agent at i n , ,,
..     , ,     , Daggage delivered    promptly to my
.New  \\ estminster, B. C, ���. ���, .. ���   ���
part of the cltv.
Id, h   tender musl   be aci om
b} .     accepted cheque on a chai ered   t.   |,        JO tl      I*
bank  in favour of the Deputy       the  Light a.lU IieaVy fjaillmg
Minister of the Interior, for th    o
SEALED TENDERS addressed    to
: tbe Commissioner of Dominion Lands,
Department i f the Interior, and marked on the i me iie.,,. "Tender for Tim-
. her Berth No. 514," will be rece! re I
al   this   I". artmenl   until   12 o'clock
in.".n on Wednesday, the 26th day of
! June. 19i 7, fe    .   license to cut timber
' "ti   Berth   X". i 1 I,   comprising   lands
situate in the Province of British Columbia, and ,; scribe I as follows;
"> ii;:���. ;- Bi rth No. 51 I. comprising
'"' blocks ,m aboul Township 27,
Ranges I em I 2 Wesl of the Gth Meridian, in the .:. Inity of Carnes Creek:
Block l.���Ci nmen ing al the southeast corner of Timl er Bi rth 467;
thence westerly alon_ the southi
1 " md try ol a ai I I ei li 1.50 n ih -. with
a depth of half .. mile. measured al
right angles thi m to, containi .. 0 7'.
s mm,:'.' miles, i    ri  i    less.
Block  2.���O ... ������:. Ing    .   oul     i',;
! miles above |]       mction of the Ne.. th
and S uitn F - of Carnes Creek, on
the   s lid   North    Fi rk;      thence   up
stream   60  chains  in   din cl   disl
with .i d< .aa i      ��� chains, on the e
��� erly   sl       the ���     nre 1
to the ( ��� ral li aring I said
N'oi ill Fork within the berth, cental .
ea of '7 q lare miles, m i i
or les i, excb  n port! ins of Timber Berths N'o . 167 an I 17". ill di
ma;   :. ..   i\ ithin i   n   .
The   berth  musl   be surveyed   within ..ti" year aft.    I ie dab
tice awarding tli" berth.
��� "  regulation    under  which  a   li-
.vill  hi     Issue I.  also    printed
: ;' "    '.I  envelope,  may
tainetl Dep irtn   n   o   at
H   e i     lie i   ..\v n Timber Agent
'���'I Ne      '. ��� . B. C
.   lied
ted cheqiu     m  n  chi
In :'  ,-or of the Depu     of the.
'���'��� !::������   lor,    for   the
Diiioun ; ������ ' Ich   the  i
to pi     for  u   li-
The highest o n li r no   nee
���
No tender    .       egi iph will hi   i
ii I
PERI EY G KEYES.
Secretary.
I        tment of   he Interior,
Ol .. ��� I, April  2nd, 1907.
NOTICE.
NOTICE Is HEREBY GIVEN thai sixty elays after date we Intend t,, apply i,,
ih. Hon.the Chief Commissioner of Lands
iin,! Works for permission tn cut eiml carry away Hi" timber from tin- following
described lamls, situate ni Kitsumgallum
Vaile ; . i lonst  didtrict:
Commencing eet ei post planted
ni ...ii a '.j miles north of the north-west
corner of C. F. A. Green's preemption
claim, then running as follows] see cliains
east; 80 chains south: SO chains west and
sn chains north i,e point of commencement.
-1.��� Commencing at a t...si planted
about :; '���_. miles ne.rtli of the north-west
corner of C.F.A.Green's preemption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains west ;
-)'. .-hains south; 160 chains east anel 40
chains north to the point of comme nee -
mi nt.
--.���Commencing at a posl planted
nhoul -I miles north of the north-west corner of C. I-'. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: SO chains east;
SO chains north; SO chains w.-si and SO
cbains south to point ..:' commencement.
_:V���Commencing at a p..st plant.,!
aboul 5 miles north of the north-west inr-
ii. r of C. F. A..Green's pre-emption claim.
tl 'ii running as follows: 160 chains easl :
40 e iiains north; 160 chains west; 40
chains south to point of commencement.
-4.���Commencing at u posi planted
about .1 miles north of the north-wesl corner ol C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows;  160 chains east;
I - Mains s .nth ; 160 cbains west ; 1"
cbains north to poinl of commencement.
_.-,. i lommi ncing at a post planted
...!��� ul 6 mlk-s north of the north-wesl corner of C. I"'. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
tic n running as follows: 160 chains east;
tu eh . .::.-��� north; l 60 chains w, si ; 4n
us smith to poini ,.;' commencement.
-it.- i lommi nctng   at    n    post     planti d
...   ii  G miles north of tiie north-wesl cor-
ii. r  of i'. I'. A. i tree n's  pre     mpl   en   cl: Im,
linn  running as follows:  40 chains west;
chains   -, nth :     4"   chains , asl :      I 60
e Main- north to point of comim ncemi nt.
_7.- i lommi ncing at a post pii ��� .;
In .: ������ miles north of the noi th-wi si coi -
ner of C.F.A.Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: SO chains west;
su chains north : SO cbains easl : SO eli tins
south to point of commencement.
_$.��� Comnu ncing n! a posl planti d
nhoul 7 miles north of the north-wesl ci r-
ner of C. F. A. Green's pre-emption claim,
then running as follows: 160 chains east;
40 cliains south; 160 chains west; and 40
chains north to ilie- point of commemce-
ni. e.t.
_li. lommi clng al a post plant".]
about 7 niel.s north of the north-west cor-
ni r of C. !���'. A. Green's pre-empl lon ���
t!"n running as follows: 4n chains north:
SO cha Ins we sl : 40 chnlns north : 40
.Mains wis;; SO chains south; 120 chains
easl to poinl of commencemi nt.
30. ' Ipmmenclng at a posl planti .1
about -I" ."eains nortii of the south-west
coiner of Location No. 26. then running
as follows: 160 chains west; 40 chain-
north . 160 chains east ; and 40 chains
south to point of commi ncement,
: 1 .-..minen. int,' at a posl planti d
it.ent 4.. chains north of the south-west
corner ,.;' Location N'o. 26, then running
follows : 160 chains west; 40 cliains
south; 16.0 cliains east; 4" cliains north
to point   of commi ncement.
::.'.���Commencing al ee post planted
about -I miles north of the north-west cor-
���   ol    C. F. A. ' ',"��������� n's   pie-, inption   .
then   rui n   eg as follows :   160 chains wi st ;
p    chains   south:     160  chains east ;     4'.
ilns   north   to  point   of  commi ncement,
 :i Ining ,: l" acres, more or less.
south:  120 chains east to  Skeena  River
thence along  river to point  of commence.
ni. in. containing 640 acres, more or less
Located   February 22,  3907.
WILLI .51    MU' IDT.
PRANK   VANDALL,
Locators.
Pi r Frank Vandall. March 22, 1907
W.M.   MOODT,
FRANK   VANDALL,
Age   t,  Frank Vandall.
March
1907
��    .'-
._-.  _,
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'���;������' 'Phom  18..       Ham --"Uona 137
Columbia St.
ounl  of    the bonus which the appli-
csnl Is prepa. ed to pay for a licens -.
No tender I y teles raph will be en-
tertalne :.   Th ��� hi '       or an} ti nd
not necessarily acci pted
PERLEY        '      'ES.
i      ���'..'-
Di i artmeni of the Ii terlor,
Ottawa, April 2nd, 1907,
Office���Tram   Depot
. IN. Draper
B. C. land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
NOTICE.
TAKE N'OTICE that thirty elavs fte
.' ������ ���.' .. intend to apply to the Chief . lorn-
mission r of Lands and Works for special
timber licenses to cut and carry away
her from the following described lands
sil late ';. Kitsumgallum Valley, in the
Coasl   I eistrl it:
33. - i 'ommi ncing   at    a    posl     pii nl  d
aboul   4..   chains   west   of   the   south-wesl
i . rni r   of   tho   old   Kitsumgallum   1
!..-���'���.-���    then  160 cliains west; 40 chains
north:   " 60   chains  east :   10   chains   i
lo point   ol  ..".' ie nei ment.
31     . lomi :��� ��� clng    at    a     i osl   planti
10 . v.. ns v esl of the norih-. a -��� corner of
Lo   it lon N'o. 33, then  I 60 cha !:m wesl :  4"
���    .   160  eli.ihis  east :   i     el    Ins
���  of commi ncement.
i 'ommencing   at    a    post     i
I      Iiains ". ���   : of the north ��� . -' corn r of
I.       tlon  N'o.  34. the n   I 60 .'Mains Wi -'     10
I.."  .-Mains  .as; :   40  cl
 'commei       u nt.
Ing   at    ii planted
12       liaina wesl   of  the   nori
: ..n N... :;"..  then   160
noitb     ' ns i asl :   160  cha    -i south
I '���     ���..-���-. the point of con
ment
.:    ; '   :     planted
ol
Location thenc      ', 60
in chains , li
halns south to point i
' ���
���' ���   men ing   al    a    l ost     plante ���'
���    ���  ���  erner of  Local lon No.
::. .      then,      ��� ������   ch Mas   V, ��� st :      '���"   cl
������   .' li .-���   east :     and   SO  chains
t of commence ment.
ng  at   a   post   p]   nted     '
corn  r  of   Location  N'o.   S,
et: So chain       nth':  SO
���  .   , ;:.-   noi :.e   ������    point i
���  ���    '
WILLI VM   Mi ���  IDY
MM  [���    ',   '  '. ! 'ALL.
Lo,
Age nt,   :     .. . Vandall.
:   rch 21,  19  :
NOTICE'.
'     :    i-    UEREBT     niVKK     thai
���
.   ���       .... ��� ' C .
L.e ���
.....       rom I
���     ���
5.vi : Coast   district,
N'o
Ha Commencing nt  a nosl
ll   !   River,  aboul
Hi,   mouth, on the   ��� ���  ���
  nee  160  i
10  i
north,  i er  to  point of ,
.��� 10
Clan ' !     . 'ommi ncing  at   n   posl
the   /.��� magatltz   River,
;.���'������       he mouth, on  the east
ence    160  chains   east;
... -., :     (go   chains   w. st :    I"
...  ���    river     to   point   of
Inli - ''. I" acre s, i   ei
'
i "li     ..'.,���       . -, rnme m    g     at   posl
i',l  ...   th"   V.  mngal Itz   River,   about
twn mil  -  up fi em the mouth, on the easl
It of I ��� '." chains  east ; 40
ml       . ��� ���  ehlilns   wesl   lo   river;
fl i northerly along rl, er to
��� ncement,   containing   ii l"
.    ni
. II . Im   N'o,   ].;    , lommenclng    at   post
i on   l  ���   Zymagatitz   River,  al :
��� Vi ���   miles   up   irom   them   outh,   on   the
��� ���'    bunk   of   river;   thence   160     chains
' .   i" ' i... Ins north :   1 60 chanis west to
i :   tin nee   ���]..   cbains  southi rly   nlong
:-p. er to point ol  commencemi ut, contain-
In.   'ii"   ""   .  -.  or less.
Claim    No.   IT.    i lommenclng     at   past
i lante .1   on   the  Zymagatitz   River,   about
lie up from the mouth, on tbe west
;   of river; I hence 40 chains wesl :  l 60
.  ialns   norlh :   4"   chains   i asl   to   river:
li nee   l .mi  ehains  southerly   along   river
'.. pom' nf c immi ncemi nt, containing 640
,.., s,   n oro   or  less.
Claim No. ; 8, I 'ommencing nl posl
'. .1 .... the south hank of .!;���.. nn
r,  about   half  mile  below  tbe  mouth
��� :'  Kits imgnlbnn Rlvi r: the nee 80 e
s >ntli .   y"   chains   ...  i ;   80   chain i   north
-..   .-'!, . I   ��� .���!���;   thence   nlong   rlvei   to
i   oi    . minii nei nn nt,   conl    ning   6 to
��� ������ ere  or 1
." iim No ' 9, ' lommi ncing al pi I
���  'l   'a   the    soul li     bank   of   SI
I      ��� '.   . bout   ll llf  ,. Ill    up     '	
if   ;. ���      ngnllum    River,   on   tbe
if SI;       .   Rlvi : ;   then       120  chitnl
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that 30 days
after date l intend to make aplication
to the Hon. the chief Commissioner
of Lands und Works, for a special license to cut ami carry away timber
from the following described lands,
situated
Con : District Range 5 district, No.
101, commencing at a stake' planted
at a post on the Encheshese River,
a out et mile and a half up from its
mo ith, thence east 40 chains, thence
north SO chains, thence west 80
c!m ins, thenci- south SO chains, thence
. .-, rn chains to point of commence-
;. ��� nt.
102.
Commencing at a point near thi
:���" ith of Union <'reek al the east line
of the Indian Ri serve, at the head of
Union Bay, near the mouth of Works
Channi 1. Range 5, Coasl District,
thence 40 chains south, thence SO
chains oast, thence M�� cliains north,
thence SO chains west, thence i11
chains sonth to the |ioinl ol i oni
nn in ement.
103.
Commeni ing at      posl on the north
, ' ��� of Work's i 'liaiini I, Range 5,
.' 'oast Pis; riet, aboul a mile and a
half below Worsfold Pay. thenci 120
. I ..ins north, thence X|i chains east,
thence south to shore, thence westerl}
alon.- shore to iin! of comnu i i ���
ment.
104.
Con mi a dng at a posl on the shore
. ppi site the mouth of Bear Creek
and about a ha'lf a mile north on the
north arm of Work's Channel, Range
,. Coasl District, thence west ~u
i hains, thenc north SO chains, thence
easi to shore, thence southerly along
shore to  point  of commencement,
105.
Commencing   at   a   stake    on    the
beach   a',mui   50   chains  south   of the
mouth   ee;'  Bear   Creek   on   the   north
m of Work's Channel, Range
Coasl I listrict, ���'��� ��� i i . east 00 chains.
���. ��� mc north SO chains, thence v, ��� il
to the in ach, ; I > nee southei ly an i
n ��� sterly along the ��� ach to ; oinl o(
commencement.
1C6.
Comnu ncing at 1 ��� ��� :. 2
east ol the mouth - f Mink Cr< el al
the he 1 1 of Woi k's 1 'hannel, Range ������.
1',. -��� i iis- rii t, them e v ��� st SO chains,
tin nee north SO chains, thence easl
.1 chains, thence south v" chains, to
��� int 1 :' commencement.
107.
Commencing at a poinl on Lach-
mach River ne ir the < orner of lot 195
at the head of Work's Channel, Range
.".. Coast Distric. ihence 40 chains
west, thence SO cl ains   - thenci
SO chains .ast, them e v" chains north,
thence -in chains wesl to pi inl 1 I c in
mencement. ��
100.
Commencing  at   a    post   10   chains
eas' i.:' the rivi r al  the north line of
th    Indian   Resi 1 \ e,  at   the mouth of
'ii'-   Enches hese   Rivi r   on  the   ni rth
si le   ot'   Work's     ' 'hanni i.   Ran ���������  5,
Coast District, tli    1    SO cl ains noi th,
tl > ace 80    chain ���    west,  thence    SO
ns  south;,   the nc<    SO   chains   ��� asl
olnt of con 11 ��� ncen ��� nt.
108.
Commencing at a post em the sn iti
si li   of Foi dcra    1 River    1   ml
an.l a half up :'. mi Its 1 louth, thence
:. 60 chai:'-.    '.��� . . ���- easl SO ch
tl ence ncri b  SO cl ains.   thence   west
sa chaini    thi nc ��� i -:^r a   10 chains  to
:   '���    of commencement.     'I""' above
ri    r ' mpl les inti    the ni rth   ai m  of
W���.' I 's Channel!, Range 5, Coasl Hi-
Irict, about  a  mile and a half south-
wi .-���  ol   the  head  < f the north arm,
'. ��� ing in  from the east.
109.
!'.< ginning at   a   posl   i n  the  shore
'   the   a  per  end   i ;'  the  nortii arm
ot   Woi, ' -  1 manni il.   Range   5,  i loasi
District, aboul  2 ' imm Ins south of the
mouth   of   Snov,   1 r ��� ..   ihi n a-1
lCu   chains,   them e   north   10 ehains,
thi nee v ��� -t  160 chains, thence
I11 f hains to point of comme nei men!.
110.
Commenci ig l . po I ��� ' ml 1 al
il ith of Ford Cre ek. on the north
e of Wi rk's  Channell.   Range   5,
C ���   ' Disti let, thence 50 chai
th< nee'  SO  chain :    east,    ;' ��� m e    SO
'' tins south,  more or  less   0  . ;    ���
thence westerly alon to poinl
of commencement.
S.   H    F iRD.
F.  H. CRAGO.
March 21, 190*.
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS   HEREBY   GIVEN   th
thirl afti r    late    I   lnt< nd tee
-Me ation    to    the    ,: in.  tl ���
Chief Con loner  of    Land I
Wi   . ��� for perm!     on to cul and car-
i".   ������'.      tin   - .  f  ., '    the    follot   1
de ������: ihed  I tn Is,   situati I   , :   Hotham
S   mil, New  Wes tminsli     I il    let;
1.���Con ��� iem Ing ai a stake 40 chains
" ���' ol imall bay al the he.el of Hotham Sound; the nee north 80 chains;
thence wesl SO chains; thence south
SO chain -: thence ensl 0 chains ti
poinl of commencemen .
2.���Commencing al   a  stake  al   the
It-east    corner   of   Claim    No. 1:
thence north  80 chain.-;   thence wesi
SO chains;    thence south so chains;
thence easi   sil chains to  point  of cum
nu nei ment.
3.���Commencing al a post 40 chains
wesl of the north-east corner of Claim
No. _; thence north s|i chain--; thence
west 80 chains; ihence south 80
chains; thence ea I 30 chains to poinl
il conimem 1 ment.
HENRY GROSE.
March 21st,  II   7.
Kitsumgallum River, Coast District,
Range j;
Claim No. 1.���Commencing at apost
planted 25 miles up from the mouth of
Kitsumgallum River.on the west hank
of Kitsumgallum Lake, running as follows: sn chains west; 40 chains
south; 10 chain- west; 80 cliains
north; 120 chains east; and 10 chains
south to point of commencement.
Claim No. 2.���Commencing at a post
planted about 23 miles up from the
mouth of the above river, on the east
hank ee; the Kitsumgallum Lake;
thenc mi cliains east; 40 chains
south; I'i chains west; vn chains
south, more or less, to the river; then
northerly along the river to the point
o.  commencement.
Claim Nu. 3. Commencing al a po I
planted at the south-wesl corner of
T ].. 7942; thence 10 chains east: 80
chains south; 10 chains east ; sn
cii rins south; 10 chains west, more or
less, to th.' Kitsumgallum River;
: 11 ne'e.' ne ir i li i ".'I y ale'iiu' the :i'. er to
tin   point of commencement.
Claim No. I ���Commencing al a posl
planted about 16 miles up from the
mouth of the Kitsumgallum River, on
the east bank; thence 10 - b In easl:
1C0 chains south; i:l < hain
more or les s, to the river: thi ni ���
northerly along the river ' . :��i ��� i oinl
ei   commencement.
Claim X... ..    Comm a. lng al  a po I
; lante I  a ������  il   It! mill      ip    from  the
mouth of th   above   Iver,    n tl     tv.   i
bank;     them e    v"  cha
chains   onl      SO ch iin   i ��� or
less, to tin rivi r; them e noi iierly
',��� the river to the .in i com-
nei i ��� nt.
. 'laim \    6.     ' mmi nciri    at i
planted   l.' miles  up  from  tin   mouth
of    the    : i\ er,    on    the   -' sl   bank;
then '���   I"  . hains  we il:     40    chains
.-.  ith ;      '".'   . hains   ( as' ;      S '     ehains
. ith;   CO   . ...ins  eas'.  more  or les
to  th,   river;   thence  northei...   along
the river  to  the  poinl   of con   lenci
ment.
Claim v. 7. ' lommencing a' a posl
planted oul 10 i hains wi if the
south-we: ce ���... . of the old Kitsumgallum n servi ; thence 160 chaii
nest; : ' chains, south; 160 chains
ea el ;��� 10 chains n irth, to pi Inl ..... uu
an ucenn nt.
Claim No. 5 I lomi n n ing at i i I
planted on the north \\ esl corm i ;
T. I.. Ta i. ��� henci 1C0 chains wi t;
10 chain north; 160 cl ns east; 10
ihains south, to | oinl ol i ommi :.. e
tm nl.
Claim No 9    Ci mnieni Ing at a po I
inted eai tie"    north-v.i st  corner ol
T.   L.  71' 15;   tin nee   160 chains  wi sl
I"   chain-   south;    160   chains  easl.   tee
the wesl line of T L. 7945; thenci
along the line to pi Inl i ; c immence
ment.
Claim No. l". Commencing al a
post planted on the west line of T. L.
7945,  about   40   cliains . ;     the
north-west corner of T. I.. 7945;
tin nee IG0 chains wesl; I I cbains
south: 160 chains east, to the line ol
T I.. 7a 15; thence iloi lhi ine to
poinl   of  comnienceme n
Claim No : I i lon n i at a
eosl  planted on the esi  coi ner
ol T. L. 7'' 15; thi nei running 161
ch a i lis  wi i) ch a Ii 160
c! iin   '.      lo the v. e of T.  L.
7945; thenre 10 'chain - ith along
the line to ; olnt of commi nei mi nt
Claim   X...   : j    i 'or ti i ni Ing   al    a
: -��� ���     lanted at  the south easi   ,     -. ���
.   T,  i.   794   .    them ������    : inning    1G0
��� hi in.-    '. ���-    .     10 chaii iti        160
chains   eas t;   ti:- nee   10  c! ains   I
'ee poin   ' .1 ci .mi enci mi nt.
I   ���    ��� :   Fe    nary 14.   I" 7.
WILLI VM MOODY.
;. .NK   VANDALL,
shore li:..- 20 chain-, more ... |e
point   of  commencemi nl    .
40 acn s.  more or  li
DATED this  19th .;���,.,
1907.
The   McLaughlin   i
ltd.
By ('. R, McLaughlin, i.,
Dl
M
NOTICE.
NOTICE   IS  HEREBY  GIVE
30 (lays after date.  I   |n ,
I,,  the   Hon.  Chiel   ���', ..
Lands and  Works, :  .
to cut and carry awa;   tin   ���
following describe ! I, n
follows;
1. Commencing
mi   Hernando    Islan .'.  s
t rii', ..'  the southwi   I
tion 6; thence north v"
eas i v" chains; t hence s i
i hence west SO cl
iin'iii'i m
2. < 'ommi ncing at n
���   lhe   nor th wes I       n
thenci   ��� ... ���   SO   ch i n
s;i chains;   i hen< ���   ������.
��� north   SO   chaii
' ment.
3      ' ' Mali]' ue I :
tt t      in     iwesi
thenci   north     ���
thence
.    . -    .
:.��� ' - ���   tu nt.
.1.  R    '
.le hn Carls   n, Loc '��� r,
Mi
Land Registry Act.
Re   Subdivision   5 i
suburl an   Bh i'.  7.  >-��� ������.
e '.-���.    Whereas   proof i
��� ��� : ,t: ati    of   Title   S
issue.) in the name of Gi    e P. l
��� . n Bh I in ���:     office
Notii e is hereby
il the ��� xpiration of om
thi   late of the Brst
of  Issue a duplicate i
Ri ati.   mh ss ln the  ii ���
���   ��� lon be made to mi
C. S  K   :.
Districl Res stn ��� .
Land  Registry Office,  N'i tv
ster, B, C, March 13,
mm
teffij' '   ���        -'J?A
SYNOPSIS   OF    CANADIAN    HC
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
mm Vandall.
LO ���.-:���<: 3,
March 22,  1907.
notice:,
notice is hereb1
Ixtv d        ���' ���     ;  '������
to the Horn   i ible Chii     .
er of Lands and Wo
to    purchase,   the    following      eh
lands,     II tin ed   on    ���. hat   is
Middle    and    South :
Range 5, C easl   Disl rlcl:
Con    em Ing al  n   po I    a
h ilf :,. '.   .   st ol   hi   hi    ;
let mi the   nortii     I :.    of
od S. H. F.;    I    nei
t:    tli;  tin m e  SO e hains e
3011th   to   saiel     Inb    :     thi
wi    erl y a ud wi al oi
to point of-<   ���  mi a. ���
S   II.  FOR
!������   11
of I'
li
..  : :
ni
���
H.
;t I,
Loi
X  thai
ilssion-
lon
sc Ihed
:
��� ne
i'
inlet,
���   enci
il
Mi
Hi'
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
NOTICE IS IER1 BY GIVEN that
"a days after date I Inb nd to apply to
i he Hon.Chief C inimii sloner of Lan Is
and Work.', for eclal li. ense to cul
": i carry awa}   tlmhi     rrom I h    fob
ring   '" icrlbi I     n'.   II ia . I al the
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN th il
after date I Inten I to apply
Hon able Chief i lommission-
'���: of Lan Is and Works for permission
in purcha .��� the following described
lands, situated on whal is called Midland Sonth Dundas Island, Range .".,
'    ..  ' District:
Commencing al  a  posl    planted a(
il .'  head  Of  Sv an   Inli l ;   thence  BOUth
100  chains;    thence  easl   SO  chnlns;
thence noi t li to shore; tin ni e westerly an i north wes terly along i lie i ho
to   .'.im of commencement,
F, ll. CR U30.
March 23, 1907.
LAND   PURCHASE   NOTICE.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN thai
sixty days after date we Intend to
apply to the Honorable tho Chiei
i ... imissioner of Land . an l Works
for pi riiiission in purchase the foi
lowing tract of land situated In Consi
District, for a Mill Site. Commencing at a posi planted mi shore of ba}
S. ll. Ann Hunskln Li ke, about s.
w. corner t. i,. No, 6913; thence
South in chains; VVesI a chains:
South 10 chains, more or li ss to X. E,
shore of Turnbull rote; thi nee Wesi
with shon' line 20 chain.; North 10
chains; Easl 5 chains; North 10
' hains, more or less, to shure of
Huaskin    Lake;    thence   Easl    with
_ i 1 e Don
en tl ���   Railwa}   Bell In
bia, a a....:     teade
son v.:., is the sole 1
. : an;   male o\ er 18 y -
'hi   ��� ve nl of   i'ii-   |
160 acres, more i
Entry   must   be  madi
the local land offii e f< r       ���
which the land Is situa   .
The homesteader Isn
form  the conditions  ���   :.:
with under one of thi   :
11 i    Al  leas' monl h
upon and   < ultiva . ���:. i t   ti.
each   ' n  for three yi    s,
mi    I: the fathi mi I
father Is dei eased I, <
e     ���   Ide   mm.Me a :...      iu the '���
im thi   land i nten d f< r,   I hi
nieni s as to :������. 11< ni ���   n i}
ich   ]       ii Ing   '���>'������
��� r or mothi
(3)    If the setth :  has
ent reside] arniii
ed i ������ bim In the viclnit}
ti ad,   the   requln m< nti
ii' nee may i	
ni '���'���! the raid lan I.
Six months' notice In -
be given to the   I lomm
minion Lands al Ottawa i
to appl} fl :
Coai     nds i
per in : ��� [or sofi    ...
Un.ie Ite.     Nol  mi :.��� than
i an I... acquire 1 b}   oni
com    ii}.    Royalt}  al  lhe
ci nl ��� i er ton of 2 "i"1 po i
ce lh i ���'"! on the .���:
w. w.'
Deputy of the Mini t<
terlor,
X. li    Unauthorized   publl
this   advertlsoiiiont    will
for.
"The Milwaukee'
"The   Pion.?r  Limited"  St. ?'f 5
Chicago,   "Short   Line"  Oman? ���
Chicago,   "South     West    L1"1"",
Kansas City to Chicago.
No  trains  in   thr   service   :    j
railroad  in  the   world  thai '    ,
equipment that of the Cl
waukee & St.  Paul  Railway
own  and  operate  their own '���''"
and dicing oars nn all! th
give  their  patrons  an  ���
Rervice n il obtainable ��� Isewn*
11. S, ROWE, General H
f34 Third St.. cor Alder. Portia" ��� ���SDAY. APRIL 13,
1907.
TII E   DAILY   NEWS.
PROFESSIONAL
[TESIDE & EDMONDS. Barristers and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
.";,   street,   New   Westminster.
Whiteside. H. L. Edmonds.
i   p.  HAMPTON  BOLK, E )lii I
���'��� of the supreme coui t. Offii es
n   Bank  of  ' omnierce  build-
Icolurabia   street,  opposite  post
Kew  Westminster.    Mine;   te
ll.riN, WEART & McQUARHIE,
��� rister:-;, solicitors, etc. Of
New Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
8r  Clarkson  and   Lorne  streets.
|( .,.,., rooms 21 to L'l, 445 r'.rau
got.    Joseph  Martin, K. C, .
]\. eaJt,  w. ii. McQuarrie, ll. A
I,.,.."  Mr.  Martin   wil.    be  in th2
In,.:.slur  offices every  Friday  af
Don
McQUARRIE & Co. McQUARRIE _ Co. McQUARRIE .. Co. McQUARRIE _ Co.
Real Estate
Agents
y~*��
financial
Agents
nsurance
Agents
Investment
Brokers
FRONT   STREET FRONT   STREET FRONT   STREET FRONT   STREET
Telephone
333
/
Telephone
333
Telephone
333
Telephone
333
i_
.\Y,  REID  &   HOWES,  Barris
|u s ' solicitors,   etc.,   42   Lorne
,'pposite   Court    House,   New
Mil
OSter.    A. Wbealler,  P.O.  Box
QE E. MARTIN, Barrister am'
licitor, Guichon  block, Colum
McKenzie streets, New West
. B. C
W.'V     -!'s CjRAY.   !���������:'������'���'��� M'.ii' .' >'���
tary Public, In pracl Ice since
��� New Westminster. B C. Of-
. moved to < lurtis Block, Clark-
...;.���. opp isite   i'..ur:   House.
x L69.   Ti le ihone 64.
$3,500. subject to 10 months
lease. .Fine residence for sale on
2nd Street, corner Fourth Avenue.
Splendid location, now rented for
$30.00 per month; lease can be extended if purchaser so desires. .A
Qood payinti investment. .Terms to
be arranged.
Four
houses
to rent.
One
en 12th
street:
or.e on
Fourth
aver,
je:   one
on Agnes stree
t: one on 13tl
street.
Apply at once.
REA2 THIS.
Splendid Farm, 10 chains waterfront on the North Arm of the Fraser River, adjoining the well-known
Mead's estate. No. 156. Fifty
acres, all under cultivation. One
of the best bargains to be obtained
in the district. For exclusive s.ile.
Price $10,500; $3,500 cash, balance
In 6. 12 and 13 months at 6 per
cent.
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & 7th Ave. on
4th St., west side.
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block
9, be-
tween  18th
and 16th St.
on Sth Ave.
Price
$750,
1-3 cash, bal.
easy.
Lara.
lot  un 1   t -a i
ittages on Cl
one lot No. 12 on Royal Avenue,
third lot from Eighth street. $1,050,
for  sale exclusively.
NEW   PROPERTIES.
No.  U06.���It-roomed   house,   with   bath luinbia street, Sapperton.   Both rented
roe,in. corner of 6th and  Agnes St. al .i'i" each.
Pric $4,000; terms '_ cash, balance one aad one-half store;   house and
m im I ii months ai 7 ',. full   size   bet.   situated  north side  of
No. Sum.   -S-roomed  House,   with   bath Koyal avenue and corner of McKinnls
Lol   acing 2nd St.,    etween Queen's      room,  etc.;   Agnes   St.     $2,500;   y_ street;   9 rooms;  '          10m, hot and
an    in   A  e.,   econd lol  from Queen's      cash, balance li and G mos. at 7 ���;.. cold   water, closet;   woodshed;  young
'..-.:     52x122 feet;  all  cleared;   lane   .\ >.   ;:'.-.     9-roomi 1   House   and   bath bearig   fruil   trees;   stree -   i.n\   three
iongside   and   back.      Price     $1,000;      room,   Amies   St.   $3,000:   '_   cash, sides;   fine   view.    Price  $1,300. $900
ball cash, balance easj    t 7 '.                   alance 3 and 6 months at 7 ',. cash.
More exclusive  properties  just  listed   N'o.   '���!-���    5-roomed   House   and   bath One full sized lot, 2nd ' il  ' om cor-
with us for sale.                         'om,  Agnes  .Sm     Price $2,500;   t_ ner,   14th  street   and 81 i   n 'nue, lol
Lol  :.. opposite    Knox  church, Sap-      cash, balance  : and 6 mos. al 7 -.. 66 xl44 feet   $250 cash.
W,  -            ......                                                                               -""   .erton, easl   side Colun      .   Si    e   on    ,���    For   the   above   four   properties  a HOUSE and LC"~
a-n,.;,,,,. ,.-,.    e.,-,,.,.,.,,.  block          ,','    "'-             ,   ..                   '''"                      casi.                                     ecial price will be made to one pur- cmi-i'iv  i,,c-,tc,i  in  ���, ..i.,,.,.....!...!!,,,.
 ���     >...|i'iieii. <   i ..  _n.*_-__i   iii..e ...       2-storcy  House,  .  rooms,      tli room up-       '!  lots  snntb ship of  Sixth    .venue' locaieu in a cortimmanuing
situation;   Third   avenue,   at   foot  of
Fifth .-tree',.   Two and one half-storey
- house.   Ten rooms (recently papered)
���Ai' 1 OF TRADE���Now   Westmin-    House;  hot  and cold water;  Hush closet;   """���                                                                                                                                             ' A"   modern   conveniences;     hot    and
_____     1      ,-ii   ,      Tr' ui    ,I���     in             ���-    "'      fruit   trees;     chicken   house   .,,..1   cash, balanc lOllthl   al    ,     ..                A                    ,,          {           ���          $800  for ,���],,    ,,..,,..,.    ,..���,,     ���,,.,,    ,.-,,..,.    ,���,..,
Mt    Board  of Trade meets In tbe   ii;i,���    Pl.,C(.     .,  . Wrma ,,������ ,,,,,,   ,,,,.      , ,,���.,_,.,  ,.,,.���.,.���;���    Merrival    and  ,,,. , ,,,,   .. Rnn .���,. tln   ,,,,, cola   "'"  ''   "','11'   flush   c,oset'  lava"
;��>    : Room, City Hall, as followa:    .,.,,  ;   L���d . i            iti percent. Ham-   Agnes'   full sized lot-    city block 31            '         * ' tor-v-   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot.
W}        Wednesday of each month   uton^st.^m's.      ,.r ou, St. between  jo|   ,,.'    one  |Se ,.,.,,_  ror $25( the      Acre:,_e on  Vancouver road, corner 06x132, with lane in rear;  ter: of lot
u    , '    .,vn'en.Ug.^_n,,r.   Tav I    *-*<"'���' '   r">- ���   '  """-n"- "'il!> ^'!1 m��*-  "il"'r ?1";   :1"'"!l   cl0SetS   ,"1-1   a!i C'��n"  "'' (ii!i"-v  ''oad'    $225  |,<T acre-    Acre- set "iU wi,h fvuit trees.    Pric �� $2,750.
r<   nesclay     ot      tt.oiu.ir\.     way,           improvements;  size  of  ground   lOOx  nected     with    sewers.      Pric.' $3,500.     ���   ,    selllne- fa it at this nrice _1  .on . a=_    i _!.,_-,
isi  and  November,  at 8  p.  m       ,   ���.!,��� , ,���, ,,,,, ,,,��� Sl. ������ 4th Avr, CasB %2<      balance in 6, 12 and  IS    '             U""         '    '"     '' "'"m cabh- balance arranged
meetings   on    the    second     .  souti   - de,  i    ���  on avenue.   112.  months at 7 ';                                             -N   acres  on    Mara   road, Burnaby. 2 lots. 2". 21
50 acres al Porl Kells at G.N.R. sta-  $160 an acre    POR    A   FEW    DAYS (corner)   $175.
ONLY.   One-quarter cash,   balance   1 streets.
and - years at 7 ',. 	
Six  and   one  half  acres,  one  acre
COT*
___r
HANS I'd R D,     Barrister,
Solicitor, etc., Ci escenl  block,
���   ilumbi .     and      Mi Kenzi i
New Westminstei. B. C.
Lots  21   and  .'-.  . -il..  ..I'  Lots   '���   and   I 1
In   Block   13; corner ..:   Uurhum and _n<] perton,  easl   side  Colum     ,   Sti        on
-'��� .  full sized lets car |ine,    $_00 cash.
L'-storey  House, 7  room room up-       ..   ,,,,,.   _.,.,,,.    .i,i .  ,,,-   s;iV'li    \u	
.'   ; flush closet; Rood stable; on Agnes        '   'Ots  south  Side  Ol   Sixth   A'- nin.   ,,,.,.���,,.
.   , ,.      ,.h st.; all modern  impro ements. very   lighi   clearing;   COxllolg  feet   on
Price  $3,    halt cash,  balance easy;   a Sub. Block  10.    $1050 cash.
rially excellent bargain. |  ;,,:s 0.n Fifth Street,  11, 12, 13, 14,       Block
" Sub.  15, S.  Blk.  13.      $350 each, half  nlng from
cash, balanci  G monl hi   a   1 'ft..
Inesday    of     February.     Nen
^"'e'l's   may   be   proposed   and
���k   ed at any monthly or quart' rh
<m\\>m.   A. K. White. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
|fM|C''v>  LODGE.  NO. 9. A. F. & A. M.
'���__��': I "    regular    meeting    of    this
U ���     i en  11;,- I':. :-.-���   .'.M.,ini'sday iu    loyce
���ai     month, at  -  ..'.'i....-        :u .  it.       miss  fronl    acing trati   lin
itht'   '.i.isonic   Ten;!,!,-      -vi, eurniti.    $700 cash     alance arram? .1
_r��'t! . en  at e i nr.!: ,ilv  invited  t,i at
Dr.   W.   A.   DeWolf   Smith
���Bcretary.
,n   south   side,   1""   I    I   on   avenue.     1 !_. mnntha nl  7 rf.
... ���   ...    - eth  sides.     I' ice  $3,200;   .1,  "
���-. . I..    .   ee on I Ime al   i   per cent.
N.-R  ti of Hub. 15, Township 10: some tion;    1:2  storey house, 16 x 28 feet;
iim;,,-]     im ee sir. pei aci        rms $1   good spring; SO young fruil trees; new
��� b, i Mm, ��� .-asy. ;;l;n  being   built;   chicken  bouse anil
'v'        ,. Town      . tim].. i" stable;    aboul    12 .-icres cleared and
;       '-.,;::- fenced     Price $2,300. on  easy terms;   c,eai,ed  readv  for planting;  1  1-2 ac-
^  IO_c,esCU section 14. N. >/_ of E   V_   res partly  cleared'    Ho,lse'  5   ''"')ms''
No. 20, $170; No. 21,
Durham   anl   Second
6 Lots facing- Columbia
street, Sapperton. $1,000,
half cash, bal. on easy
terms.
KING   SOLOMON   LODGE,  t'O.  17. A.
���f.   <t    A.   M.-  Ke'-Milar   i.'''..niiinici
^p: s of this lodge are held on  tin
itid  Tuesday  In  eu.-b   mouth  ii
B 'tiie Tenuile. at  S  ,..  in.    Visit
I   brethren  are   'or.iiaiiv  invited
.-���end.    D. W. Gilchrist. Sec.
ROY    -   CITY   PRECEPTORY. No.-15L-
2,000 cash
���2   lots   l_lock   4,   Rid mond  St..   Supper-       '���
n.    M,"> . er lot.                                          of Tn. 2, abot-t :! niiles frnm bril-re off Ux21;   storey   and   ball,  small  barn
hou :: t: im line neai   n, worth  road, Surrey:    house 18x26, chicken house;  fruit trees and straw
lartl                    fenced  u^ store;  house, 3 rooms finished, an- .,,,,,,.  p]ants.   $1 700   halt (.ash.   b:l]
$1000, other 3 can he aeleled upstairs;  small . .  ���	
shuck:   1 >,,   acres  cleared and s led :!11(',, '" tUree months at  ' Per cent.        one hundred and sixty acres N. W.
with clover, red; fairly easily clear".I. This is a valuable holding, and near   y4  Sec>   15| Township 11, two miles
'rice to the city, call and bring this adver-   from j.on  Langiey
tisemenl   with   you   for further  part
1  full size I im on St.  Patrick's St., c ' '   '
rth  side,  between  John  McKeuzle's
%
fi
P.
_
'������#
I
K.    of    I .    meets    fourth
of    each     month,    at s
.   In   Orange   hall,   cornei' of
avenue  and   7th  street. Sn
.ng   Sir   Knights    cordially lu
to attend.    W. I". Dunlop
ilmi.I. Reg.
8 - roomed modern residence on 4th Av. between
6th and Tth St., with one
acre of land, containing
fruit trees, outbuildings,
stables, &c.; an exceptionally cheap bargain. Price
$4,500. $2,500 cash, balance
in 1 year at 7 per cent.
due  mile   from  shingle   mill.
$1.200:.   terms  half cash,  halance'  12
months al
acres slashed,
No.  1 land.     Price. $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time, 7 percent.
17 lots, full  sized on Cth street, in   interest.
Pric  $475.  half   Burnaby,   East   side   100  .yards from      One hundred and sixty acres, N.W.
Cliff   Can   factory.     Price   $1,020.
U     Sec. 25,  Township  10,  2V_  miles
ill  acres  Murphy   I.an,lin:
.���nnl  Glover's house
cash, halance In 6 months at  7
Full size | lot  No.  12 on Royal Ave.
and  Sth   St.    Price $.1050.    half cash.      "0 acres good fruit land in Surrey;   from      Abbotsford,    creek      rutinina;
balance at 7 ',  per annum. can be bought  now for $25 per acre,  through,  50  acres  alder bottom, said
Westerly  I.  li  of 63,  Sub. Block 5,   only one-quarter cash needed, balance   to   be   $600  worth   of  timber   oa tbe
1-2x132 corner  100 feel square;    two  ,��� one or t        earg   , -      .       t property.    Price $10 per acre, L cash,
houses drawing *lx per month.    Price ' . "
S...000. half cash, balance in 6 and  12      -Is11 acres, Maple Ridge, Sections 2S,   l,ala��fe on time.
months. 29 and :;:', Township ., one-half pral-      Ten acres in Lot ir>'-]- one tulle east
I  miles      -,'"ls ""  Princess Sl .    No.  II  and   ,.,���_ rest brush .,,,, SQme smM trees   of Westminster Junction, Al soil, eas-
above   .Miss;...,  ,lun tion.   Just   at  the
12, between 6th and 7th Ave., two lots
from  6th   St. on  south    shl".      Price
Prices:  Section 32, $45 per acre;  Sec-   i,y r,e-��'P'l-    $30 per acre.
11j       j . . ,    . . . - ��� iiuiu     uui     ui.    un     ��3Viimi ��_.\__;> i   i ��� ���  ���
W   ;,i"      ' "' ���   y Lan(llaS. ;l loin tne Vn  ,,   $210, half cash, balance 6 mos.   lion 29, $60 per acre; Section 2S, $55      Double tenement house, 5 rooms in
''.','.':;,.,.,'i"1..,."i:. : ���,;;,'".'' ' "l   .    ;"1'I'M; at -,  y.    \... 12, cleared,    $315. half ���er acre.    Telephone  at   Hammond;   each house, water, light, full size lot,
... .'   lull .      1-101 till     !10tl_e,     B.l . U    a illl ... ^u    'iil-mce  It  ,11 is    -r   7   . '
���  stable ml  one acr,   orchard, bear- ' ,    , .      teiograpu   station.   Pitt River Bridge,   between    First   and   Second    street,
.   TRAfs'GE  LODGE,  NO.  115C   �����-'  f��'��>��  trees.   Price $1,350, on easy ls��ande2ndestTri_?OUpricetV70-';   Terms> half cash-balance ��ne and two   Fourth avenue, on north si ie.    Price
ta   lu   Orange   hall   li.-st   and   terms (or $1,250 cash).   >-_- ;���     ;ir>1'��>' ciish half and half in 6 months at'71";'.  years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive ageti"-.-.  $1,500, half cash, balance in one year
.rn,|'l>'!"  'h mouth at 8 p    !,"'       balance 6 and  l'l:       as. Rents for $10 each tenant.                        One full sized lot, 66x132; 2 storey  at 6 per cent.
mum     rethren ai "din   ���        in aci   -        lion      .  ..  ..   torner ol 160 S.E.   ',  ol  Section 26,  Dist.  12, ,            -                 .    .    ,                  .        	
toattend.     W. Pope, W. M.. X,W    m.   ���   ,         .       \-         tv. ce- m acres.partly cleared;  Kanaka creek  h��use;  ' rooms; "ush c,oset ��P��Bira;
Humphrey. Rec.-Sec.                 :  r, and aider;     md so from running through; good road: one mile   -   uiodern improvements; new house;
 ���          Ya'.e road;  saudle road ami new  road, north   of   Webster's  corner;     shingle   $3,000.   !j  cash,  '_.  in 6 months at  7
-   r-     ...,-rv, ,nn^r   K,n  o.         *' lots ('"'i"'-  ol  ��� :    "iu,.'u sth mill an I l'(). a' the wesl corner; tim-  pei cent..  Good sized stable and Eruil
f.���amit.   lod__, nu. -'-  .,,, ] p.],   \vv   ,,,, 2nd St., sil" nf iinl her worth $7 per acre;  cedar and fir;
liar  meetings of this  lodge  St., equal to one acre;  nai l\  cleared. '  miles    from    Porl     Haney.      Price
i in Oddfellews'hall, Colum-   $500.  half cash.      A  splendid    oppor 12-100:  terms $1,100 cash, balance ai
tunil v for invesl nen ranged.
,            .   ,, in acres land New We ���':-.:' ��� lev. Lot
���i : ioms, _ storej   bouse,   ial b room,
trees.    Second bouse from Sth streel
���. est, on upper siele.
10 acres in sea'. 32.   Timber, i'i:'. ,".'-
eet, every   Mon lay   evening,
lock,    Visiting hrethren cor- rooms, bath room, -  '^"p," ^'.'"surrev;'' r'miies"fro. i and alder.   Good soil; g
,,.   g.Gregoi,    \ i^!:;^ S�� J   .    [^4 J '{^J   t ridge    Price       ' sh^ba,   Apply for full particulars.
Lots  17.   is.  1!'. 20, 21,  face on .16th
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.
feet, situate I 6th SI   bi tv e in   Ith aud
C. s. Richmond, V. G.; w. c   -tu Ave_ on v,..,, si()e,     Pl.ice 52.3:0,
iear the Turn-
nice terms at
'. S.;  J. W.  Ma<'Don:,:.I.   ������. cash   balance in 6 months ", VOOUi'house,    bath room, panlrj
\Iex   A i. ms, Trea-.
U. W.���FRASER   LOCGE  No.  '
' lings the first and third Tues
n    each    month.       Visiting
n cordially Invited to attiend
" room, A. o. f. VV. hall, 0 I :
'-'  block,  i llarkson   si reel,  11
i". recorder;   Louis VVTtl
tvoi kman.
160 acies. all teneed, ready for cai
Ivation, good  water, half   mile  from
v;h a7'"^": 'Jots   school, at Chiiliwack, $75 per a_r..
Eight-roomed    li.ni.se . all    m i lern
house, lath anil pi     evi I;  -. iod shed,      1 acre upper side of 4th Ave. and 2 "" ��       conveniences, on Carnarv in- street an i
chicken   barn  and    fruil   trees  of  all  '       wesl o]  6th Sl :  large house of ?       Pour   and   one-half   acre-   between   Sixth street, two storeys, $3,750.
... i      Price $3,0C0,   Terms one-third  looms;    electric    ligh     connections;   Seventh   and   Eighth   avenue;   south      ���> i
21 a. ..'- In :; m ui ��� : 6 ch ihis w;;;.':1 on  llth St., between Queen's anl 3rd   ^-:":   I  Inside  lots $200 each.    Price
front;     12  acres   cleared; Avenue. $-zo, cash,    Single  bus  at  cash
cash.
.... ''   i id  12 months
OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
"ONS   OF   ENGLAND,   B.   S-
��� " Degree meets Second anil
li Wednesday of each month
of P, Hall. Colunil ia St., nl
' ., White; Rose Degree, Foui I .
; ��� sday    in    each,  month, same
' I  plai '.    Visiting Brethren
invite,!       k.   B,   Sllnch
���. Pres.. ii. i. .nev, Secretary,
'T BRUNETTE,  No. '1093. I.C.F.
ts the  Fourth   Friday  In  the
al   5
ddfel
o'cloi Ic,  In   the small
lows'   block,     Visiting
sn are rordlalh Invited to al
J.  p..  rtushti
F.
T KOYAL COLUMBIA. No. t.'.
F.���Tl
ie regular mei
Iti!
Lodge are held on the S
ourth Tuesdays of "ach tu
f. in. in ihe Oddfellows' Hull
ing  Brethren are cordial?   in
E. C. Firth, C. R
connections:
��� ha ������ ti s anil  fi nil   oi char I.   Price
"i $4,500:.   $2,500 cash,   balance in one
vetir at 7 ' I.
'rice $2,500.
$40
Tn .i   lol j   Oil    l..lh   s ia .''.     e
: ...    I,   .. ;  and   Sl h   avenue's.
Cornei   ol     Hamill in    street,
N'o,   11   an.l   I-'.     Prl  ������ $245,   '���:
balai pi   6 monl hs.
10 . aci. s i.: Surre . .-' '�� ol
N.' . of sec 0, i.m. : -lib 2. Log
bouse, 16x2 I. and i hicki n i -m ���-
: aiall   1 arn;  60  li till   tn es;   i_
���re.  i ii ar
.1,   I
acres
ii n .U
ctillivatiou and  *> acres slashed
I'rie.
��� $20 per acre.
in u months
1  full si
;e :
,)!, block  0,
nt 11,
St,   Patrlcl
'S
Square:
Price
$150.
l   lot, ."'
off Qiieen'i
Tenth
Prici
$450.
200, cash, balance
suit.
A Good Specia!
Five acres on 10th Ave.,
righl across from old reservoir, city limits. $1200.
Half .ash. half in six
months.
House 24x24; I rooms;
framed; inside ship lapped.
Harn   12x16.     Or.e   acre
partly c
leared.   Land No.
1. Bal. easily cleared.
sl le of 1 st sti ( el
"-storey house, 7 rooms; bath, flush
i loset, ftirnishe I, h il an 1 col i wa er;
SO  fi
2 i ms. full size 1, 102x132, corner of
the crescent: 7-roomeei house. Price
$10,500. i , cash, balance 6, 12 and 18
months,
Block 12 on 12th Sm. easl -: le: 10
''���' faclnS 1th avenue aud 3rd full sized lots. Price $2,500, one-third
t, 110 feet.    Price $2,400, '_ cash   cash, bal. 6. 12 and 18 months
���   1, on   Fifth  :'.   ���.          ;',   B   m *��   acre   blocl(s'    tru"    :',:!i-'   near
ib .'. $300 each, j, dean I; size 'Tlinctlon' *20 Per acre
,,,   bj    l3,   ,,.,. House,    full    size!    :,:.    , n    K ���:.:.
  street,  Sapperton;   reata  tor   $10  per
FOUR  ACRES   MURCHIE   ROAD,
EURNABY.    $150  PER  ACRE.
store'.,
he
modern    Improvement.
lane al  back:   part  0
10   ro mis,   al
lol    66xi:
month.   Duly $1,050.
House,    10   rooms, l._   '. il -.   ueai
Fourth   avenue   and   Seventh   street,
��� ���''> m   and three   lots, corner 3rd   $2,coo.   Terms can be arranged.
''��� l|,l! lii:i :'" : o-room house and , full-sized Lots between Seventh
ichen. Price $1,500. one-third cash, ,, ,nue nnd Hamilton street, east of
I. 6 and 12 months at 7 per cent.        r.:lghth ,,,,.,,,. al] ,.,,,,���, .,,, , fenced;
' ui . : ��� of   4 rooms   ana    woodshed! :! large barn on one of the lots. $1,500,
ell   stable;     I   I'.i   4.xl3_,  en 2nd   lot ,    ,���
nn  Uh  Ave.    on   inli  Sm,    west  side; ,! ill  cash.    ,, alance one year at  .  per
��� tec.eiiy a, v.-;  papered; sink and pan- cent. '
7 Lots on   Twelfth  street, between
EEES  IN  WARFARE.
T^;
[nstnn ���<�����   t i   Whlcli   <!,.���   Iuancta
�� ere   I wd   u��   Weapon*.
Ill d ' ..    records   two   instances   in
which bees lane I a used In warfare
as weapons agalusi besieging forces.
The flrst is related by Applan of tha
siege of Themiscyru, in Pontus, by Lu-
cullus in bis war against MIthridates.
Turrets were' broughl up, mouuds were
built, und huge miuos were made :iy
the Romans. The people of Themis
cyra dug open these mines from above
and through tbe holes cast down upon
the workmen bears and other wild
animals and hives or swarms of bee'..
Tbe second Instance is recorded ia
au Irish manuscript in the pibllotheque
Royale at Brussels and tells bow tbe
Panes nnd Norwegians attacked Chester, which was defended by the Saxons
and some Gallic auxiliaries. The Danes
were worsted by a Btratagem, but tbe
Norwegians, sheltered by hurdles, tried
to pierce tbe walls of the town wheu
"what the Sax..ns ami the (iaeidbll
who were among them iinl wns to
threiw down large rocks, by which tbey
broke down the hurdles over their
beads." What the others did to che -k
this was to place large posts under the
hurdles.
What the SaxotlS did next was to put
all tbe beer and water of the town Into
the caldrons of the town and boll them
and spill tbi'in down upon those wh<>
were under the hurdles, so that their
skins were peeled off. The remedy
which the Lochlans applied to this was
to place bides outside on the hurdles.
What the Saxons did next was t>
throw down till the beehives In th<>
town upon tbe besiegers, which prevented them from moving their hands
or loirs from the1 number of bees which
stung them. They afterward desisted
and left the city.
DORMOUSE  DELICACIES.
Tltblt��   Thai    Were    ltellnhe.1    III    Ancient   Roman   Time*.
Brawn was originally a Roman dish
aud was eaten with gariun, ami coW's
aud calf's foot jellies were likewise
dainties with Rome's upper ten in the
time of the Caesars. One would hardly
suppose that black puddings were so
old as the reimi of Tiberius, but this is
the fact. They were made of pig's
blood, with little cubes of fat Interspersed in the compound, and were the
Invention of a gentleman who rejoiced
ln the name of Bambonselvergius. It
was he who invented all kinds of sati-
saires���that is, meat stuffed into skins,
wbicb, we take it. is ;be ground plan,
SO to speak, of a sausage.
This gentleman also wrote a learned
treatise on the fattening of dormice for
the table, for at one period dormice
were a craze. There were dormouse
soup, dormouse sausage, dormouse
brawn, dormouse cooked in every
conceivable way, and tbe demand for
this delicacy lu prize sizes was so great
that there was room for a book ou tbe
subject, though unfortunately this
book is hist to posterity, and the only
knowledge which we have of the fattening of dormice in Rome is from
Petronlus Arbiter, who tells us that
tbey became fat by sleeping.
He also tells us that the best sauce
to eat with dormouse is a mixture of
poppy seed ami honey, a mixture which
probably bad the merit of Inducing
sleep after a meal.
Cheering: Tommy l'i>.
The obstacles which beset the pathway of a photographer when he endeavors to secure "a pleasant expression" are many, particularly when bis
sitters are of a tender age.
"1 do not believe whipping i! .es ebil-
dre-u a particle of good," saiel Mrs.
Green, returning flushed and discouraged from a visit to the photographer
with ber Tommy. "Here I've spent
over an hour In that hot room trying to
make this child look pleasant. I've
slapped his bands twice, and be looked
crosser each time than ho .lid before."
���Youth's Companion.
The  Corpxe  Plant.
The corpse plant Is a remarkable
carnivorous specimen that grows In
the colony of Natal, its principal
feature Is a bell shaped mouth, with
a throat opening Into a hollow stem.
It Is almost black and covered with
a thick, glutinous secretion, while its
odor is very offensive. This attracts
carrion feeding birds to it, nnd once
they alight on it they nre best. Their
claws become entangled in tbe secre
tlon, the bell shaped mouth folds up
ai d they are literally swallowed.
Pi i""  $1,000:   terms $200 cash,  $15
nthl.v al 7 pei at. or rents al $m per
inth for one year,
I e.Mile.I   of    \I1   I  ish.
j The lisb was no bigger than a silver
dollar. Its col >r was bright gold, and
It had a beautiful bushy golden tail.
"That," said the pet Stock dealer, "Is
the finest aquarium tish In the world,
a Chinese br'tisb tailed goldfish. It Is
handsome, healthy und long lived. A
good brush tailed goldfish," be concluded, "costs ..-I.) or $300, ami some tine
specimens have sold for as much as
$7mi apiece."
li
i run    trees   and    nice    1
$2,.50. $1,500 cash, balani
oui with
nd  12
lops  off   Cumberland  St.,   Sapperton,
: t lot.
Queen's and Third avenue;  west side
of car shop;    fail size.   Price $3,500
months al
"   | er cent.
Snae'in Lots.
to attend.
Maxwell, Sec.
llou-e corner ot
Ave.
a rooms;
132;    orchard    of
full   size
apple
and  i.'.i
6Gn
i : is
pears
acant lo
for sale  in  all  parts of
Uie cit;.
from $25.00 to $3.t00
IOYAL TEMPLARS  OF TEM
���'NCE meel   every Wednesdaj
���l\  p.  ni., lu Oddfellows'
Visit iu.:
Prici
ance on t ime
plum
$-1,000. $i'.  cash
Pull size l lot In Sapperton, facing
I'.'.l, Me
$150  cash.
C
oiniiiiua    street.
"ii are cordially Invited to a!
eo. Burr, S. C; N. R. Brot._,
;N-- OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT AS
^CIATION, LORD OF THE ISLES
IP. 191.���Meets on the First and
n
'I   T
uesilay  of  every   month
'    P.  Hall.
J,
John    .MeV  ,
.J. Forrester, l!ec. P.?
I   .  .-���- wesl  bulf Section  17 In Surrey,   cash.
10 acres North roa I,    ���"���; of a mile
I otb st.: nil cleared,   Price $ 800, half  acres    under    cultivation:    7-roomed
sh,    balance  0  mantles al   T  per cent;   , - , , . ,
���'   "ne  through from street  to Btreet;   house;  frame  barn;   chicken  house.
���  ' -���'<"��� hern 40x80;    fenced an I ln good    >-
,latne3 Inlet, three square miles, at   pair south side.     Price $4,500.   half
..oo per acre, half cash, balance easy. c���sh, bal. In (i months al 7 per cent
&  CO.
ReaS  Estate Brokers 	
Agcuis for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. <5f London.
f.ontl  Some Other  Time.
"Just as Jack was about to kiss me
last night father walked into tho
room."
"What did you doV
"I gaVe Jack a rain check."���Milwaukee Sentinel.
Imperntlvc.
First Doctor���Is this operation absolutely necessary? Second Doctor���It
Is. The only possible chance we have
of collecting our bill Is from his life
Insurance!���Life.
A  I*��or  Wrapper.
"Yes; poor Mrs. Elderly is all wrapped up in that son of hers."
"And he Isn't much of a wrapper,
eh?"
Employment   and   hardship  prevent
melancholy.���Johnson,
S THE   DAILY   X E '���'��� -
\
t   ?
"A
���ty
have   ist re -   -     "  ' err     ' .-'.' -
t of i Empire Ceylon
at 25c.
TRY    A    SAMPLE    PACKAGE
^_
Public Supply Stores
GEO.   ADAMS
Prop.
POLICE CANNOT
LOCATE
SIMON
Rooming House
...POR SALE...
Polish Vour Furniture
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.
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SPECIAL   LINES
...PROM   THE...
DRE55   GOODS
DEPARTMEN
.  !
Best location in town.
For full particulars apply to
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Per J. H. VIDAL, Mgr. Real Estate Department
Blacksmiths' Coal
Cumberland,    Maryland --- Guaranteed
Anderson &
���  Lusby  -
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ALSO
JOHNSON'S
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nd
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NEW WELLINGTON  COAL
MAYERS and PRESTON
SUCCESSORS TO
J. VV. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF 9111, IBf WESTMINSTER
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even diminutive     ������..''���       -;
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tt that be
-   -     -
Crack   T'ller-
V. __���
Absolute Accuracy
in Dispensing
na z;z.
W. S. COLLISTER & C
o.
247 Colombia Street New Westminster
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'Pr cne
P-
CARPENTERS....
and B u'ld r : Parchi e your supplies from uh.
Full stock of Tools, 5_c.,&c.
BRYSON   &   SONS
Hardware, Monarch Range*       187 Columbia St.   Tel. 65
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When .' _��� i. -    ���
tenl .��� . ���     m
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tract ed       . '      ���       ��� .   :
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is  ci specie! feature here.
Your   doctor   knows   what
quantities and materials to
put   in   your   prescription.
Here you get exactly what     *'**'���>'������>>>>>-<��� o.o.O-O.:^^
your doctor orders.     Every
drop is measured and every
grain is weighed  by scales
cr.d  measures   proved  accurate by tests.
It is in your health's interest     ��� I
to   have   your   prescriptions     >      Qui     earanci
filled bv us. .
furniture!
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from t
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DRUG  STORE
VV. E. FALES,
;��� fLRMTLRE    EMPORIUM
Ellard ��/___, - .Vei;.   Westminster      >;    718  and   718  C:  umb q   St.       Fcur   F tors.        Rear   Exte-s -   ont
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" DO    YOU    WANT|
A Good Home, Cheap?)
Six rooms, pantry, all nicely papered ai ;
painted; h< i se 2-storey; well situated on a
comer lot on Tenth St.; lot 66 x 132 ft.; 11
fruit trees; nice lawn; splendid view.
Price $1,750.   Terms can be arranged.
a r
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Moreys
217-213 Columbia St.
I
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
REAL ESTATE and INSURANC1
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Int��r urbnn Line.
Cam for Vancouver and wny
:,.��� ion will nm evory half
bi ir i: 'mi 5:HO a, m, to 11 i>
in. excepting at 7:30 and 8:30
a. in. I-falf hourly cara will
run from Central Parli to
Vancouver only.
c.!y Limits Line   Service from
i   M,  ;i :���:    to 1]   |e in.
_0 Minutr mm.im��� mi tr.nnfor.
liotwi'ii I- and .' and i> and 7.
30   Minute    Service    during   re-   �� v
malnder of day.   'l'ransrBr at ��� �����!
Leopold fiace.                           j *-
Gundny   Service   linlf hourly   lio- J ft
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mil  Eti "i. good ho . '    ,    ..    ���      eon        ...   h     ! and
'   '   .   lol   11'i   i   290  M , ,  , |)a8( men1
under  : Itchon     Price  ...  $3,550
St, Oeorge Street, t wo hou
.'..' "   mu lens.       Price,...
citj water;
 $2,ooo each
tn raise good stock Is . ���   id FEED,    We keep the    i
bi   ��� only.    Make your chickens 1       iy givin    them _
Strengthen your live stock   by   building  up   bone   and  i
an I use C MINE   ' ���'.
LADIES have you tried" the  Pa try Flour made by the I
Millin    ' ' tnpany.   If nol  Telephone 333 and trj It; the
obtained  are excellent.
i w ii ii '   a.m. and  11 p.ru,
Sapperton Line.
��� ;���
in   in   ll   p.m., nxcopl   bel ween ��� ft
12 and 2, and B and 7, during * ;���'
Vi hich In :     ��� he : ervice will be J ��J
lmlf-hourl  . * >���
8unday 8ervlce   balf-fiourly he- ��> ;���:
twe M in, and 11 p.m.        ��� ft
.-'   th Street, below Fourth  Avenue,    two  modern  bungalow     C rooms, bath,   anti ,  etc.;   nli ���  lol , with lane al
"' '      Price     $2,000 each
Good terms can' be arranged on the above properties.
McQUARRIE
N miilmo Street, two i iltagi h on full slzeil lol:    lol    all
cleared.    F"or  ca h sale <fe-)0Q
FLOUR AXD FEED MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
Telephone
X ririli��>h Colunibit- Electric Ry. Co
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