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NUMBER 46
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' ESTMINSTER, B. C, SATURDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 2:5, 1907.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
URGENT NEED
OF DEPUTA TION
IS MADE CLEAR
I B. Kennedy, M. P., Wires From Ottawa   Asking  That
^tion Be Taken Immediately���City Council Agrees
To  Bear  the  Expenses���Mayor  Keary
Will  Go to  Capital.
|        COTTON STATISTICS
har
once
TELEGRAM
'Yes.  Other side working
j     Send   delegation  at
'KENNEDY."
,   ;-, ply received in ntis-
.  senl   to  ilu' local
0   iwa   by  tin-  presid* nt
ul   trade,   asking  him
;hl thai  a deputation
order to counteracl the
the Vancouver and Vic-
a     'ni,- telegram was
bj  VV.R. Gilley, Thurs-
.    ,.., ���    B|  and   a   reply  was  re-
From the tone of;
..... there appears to be no
M    Kennedy's mind that a
...     . :   s urgently ne*   - d
il   the sooner a   I
it th*   b* iter it will be
o i,e some opponent -
..- of the scheme calling
:, mcil to bear the cosi
> expenses   of   the   deputation,
.,, r       '.'.,;.or Keary stated i
lee of l In   ' ouncil m* i I In(
.'������-..     .       al   he    had    heard   on
111 hav,   to ,-'...   heir shan
' ��� '    -   this   :��� , a .i o .
Aid. (iai rett.
','   .   ui    the;   V, 111 be i    ....
I   thi    tanners i ice* i      .. cl m
up   the   river,"   comme . - .    \  .
Johnston.    Ar     '       Gai retl    on
led.
'���       '��� ��� t!;   remarke I tha    be ha 1
������a (old       . . '    lert th ,
' u lati ns , ml ,...., i in the major!
r* porl  woul I no: help to consei ve the
fish one iota.
While  discussing     the   names    oi
the   men   who should   be  induced   I i
���-" ;'- Ottawa, Aid. Carre::   was thi
noceni ca ise oi much unsei ml,  n
w h< a he said, ' Roberl Jardin    wou I
'���"'''       fe wi Ighl to Ottawa than anj
man I know " And then he seemed to
" surprised when the other memo
smiled audibly.
Mayor  Kea \.  a::, r  some    furthei
���   ion,   .' marki ������  thai   If  li  w ire
I    e to gel   Mr. Jardine to go to
1 ���     wa, he  would go.
"if I  find  that it
Washington, Feb. 22. -America's pocketbook
enriched by practically $500,000,000 through its
exportation last year of cotton and the products of
that staple, according to a statement issued to-day
by the bureau of statistics of the department of commerce and labor.
The exports of this product amounted to 28 per
cent of the $1,773,000,000 worth of the domestic
exports.
In quantity the record shows a falling off as
compared with 1905, the total number of pounds
shipped during that year being 4,137,154,935, while
for 1906 they were only 3,850,229,030.
The falling off in the quantity, however, was
more than offset by the increase in the price of cotton exports by $21,000,000.
ROCKEZ^fER
IS MUVtt \ v. DRER
THAN SUPPOSED
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"There  bavi
Instead of  Having Annual  Income of a Hundred Million
Dollars,   His  Entire  Fortune  Does  Not  Exceed
$300,000,000���Owns  20  Per Cent
Of Standard Oil.
K*>>>>>��>��>>XC<^
Disastrous Rockslides
Work Havoc at Lillooet
Lillooet, B. C., I""',. 1!'.���'"'he ni' st
ms rock slides i���).:��� ��� vei occur-
re I in this vi, ini came low n near
the S* al ���!! i. tke hatch* ���. . on Satur-
!aj morning, lasting from 5 to S a.m.
' ��� i-: the hat iberj building escap-
is impossl   e to . *    still considerable damage was done
oui
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thai    an
g<:   whai   we ask  for, I  wil]  ask
D ��� m er to resign."
Aft* r som* : irther discussion, Aid.
Johnston move i that, in the even! - I
an application being made to thi council asking thai the expenses ol ...-
' ��� legal on to Ottawa be paid by the
ci'.v, th< mcil would vole a sum not
shed into a lumber shed from the
I ..:. another, of many tons, passed
round one < nd of this building and
Ihi rolled back crushing the building
In   from   the other  side:  another,   of
:...' ions, rests square on the top
Of another pile. One or two houses
of lesser importance, were completely
New York, Feb. 22.���Replying today
:,. questions as to the size of John I).
i: ., , efeller't   foi tune,  Fred   It. Gates,
ment, Bald:
ieen  many   mis ta i
ments on ,!;is subject.
"Qui e r* cently a statement ha
ieen made and published throughout
the country that his annual income ex-
,, ecis $100,000,000. Now the facts ar ���
that Mr. Rockefeller has al various
times himself authorized a statement
that his fortune cannot exceed two
hundred and fifty to three hundred
millions of dollars.
"Furthermore, his income, instead
o! being $100,000,000, cannot in his
most prosperous year have excee led
li:' een to twenty million dollars. The
pu lie generally is under the impres-
facts are Lhal Mr. Rockefeller's holdings of Standard Oil Btock are aboul
jn per cent."
Directors of the Standard Oil com
l an.- recently declared a quarterly di-
vid* ad of $15 a share. This compares
wiili a dividend of the same amount
In the corresponding quarter lasl year
and wiih Jin a share three months
ago,
The capital stock of the Standard
Oil company is $100,000,000, of which
John O. Rockefeller owns 20 per cent,
or $20,000,000 worth, according to the
statement of his agent. Of the $15,-
000,000 to he disbursed this quarter
Rockefeller will receive $3,000,000 as
his -hare of the profits.
Si.ice 1898 the company has
paid out $330,000,000 in dividends and
by the end of the present year the
total will reach $400,000,000, or four
limes the total capital in nine years.
sion that he owns a  majority of ihe   I Hiring this period John D. Rockefeller
Standard   Oil  company's  stock.    The I has reveived in all about $100,000,000.
thi   flume thai i arrles water to the
hatching   house.     Huge  rocks  struck   demolished.
In man:,   places, and ihe damage      The rocks started  very
w��s so great th; I it could not be re-
red  tor some   li   -. this  necessita-
'��� i  '��� moving the fish at once.    Luckily   mosl        the  fish   were ready   for
li nting, so a large force was  put to
HARRIMAN BUYS SEALERS RECEIVE
FURfY-EIVE ACRES HARSH TREATMENT
.. :  ���      en oul if the council de-
���        j   :hc   funds   for   the
,   , ast.
��. . ,���' to be the man who
said  the mayo:   In
'��� ��� - :-        remarks.
����� .'        on concerning the In-
pear to meel ��Ith
;l,:!:'    on  exceeding $750 for this purpose.   The   w"'i: '" once, and the fish gol out be-
motion   was  carried   unanimously. *   ;"���:��� of them suffered.    One boul-
The fisheries question was the most     ':   smashed   the lower  weir and r- ���-
o 'a.    business before ti:,- council, '���    ���'������ res1 '" ''" seining .-,<-!.
and   -Im   Dtbvr  mailers  wi i    i rjckJy       ' -;"  greatest   damag<   was  done to
deaii   with.    Aid.  Johnston    reported ,flf' Seaton Lake sawmill, but luckily
that, as then  appeared to be  iffort no one was injured.   Mr. E. S. Peters
made to sell the horses quartered in vvno was i;l eharge, had a n   row es
Will Expend Much Money on Improve- ' Captured by Gunboat of Uruguay Tney
ments   in   Portland  and  Con- Spend Forty Days in Six
struct Tunnel. Filthy  Jails.
Portland, Ore., Feb. 22.���The lla:ri-
Victoria, Feb. 22.���Four members of
.
;he  oilier   men bers
wished   to know  whe-
I;.  could  not r*
'it  the council hi ���
��� a pi nsi   ol   ������ nding
���   lied thai  there was
Kenne l.\   would do
iteresti   of  V       a
- iccessful In Beet
li" should  band
conl Inued  I :<'
llO lid     pill     it     ' ,
'
��� 1  and   bard, and  e\ ��� 11
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1 of resigning   r 11
���  governmenl.
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bis    constitiu ���'
1
ought that ll  woul 1
.', 1','-' !   of   th
':   -!,,, ,:d  be sea;
ll .    'I' .    '
1
tation  working haul.
;.'    pa ssed
lo i he wishes o
'���' :, -.
cil 1 ��� ns   b   .
bal he had
presldenl i
��� . ske 1 him t*
if th    ;
,��������� ���,  h   ���
f
��� ���   Mi   Ki nn   1;
In on  an 1 -
��� lv* :   thi    .'
'     thou:  ill       til ll      ,:
(j
,'t -  urgent Ij   need-
��� pari stalle by Mr. Efckhan tasi
: car. he suggested thai the owner be
i' qui sted   to   take  his   horses   a >.
������'-���'��� li -: $5 a month water
rent, and the alderman  lid no   tl   .
��� i the liverymen oi
bi   city,    The matti i    .       el    In th
'   -. ��� ttee,
liis : ictions   to n
\ communici tion fi im Mrs, G. G
; ���    asl Inji   thai  the  Ladl ���' l i ���    ������
��� ��� :    o Improve  a   pi*   ���
ground   at   Qti    n's   pai k   foi
of playiu pi        Referred
'" ��� .   Ittee :���' report
'.  :   J il nst m  reported  that  a
���  a   under   the   park   ranger's
had been ri      nsibli
ckn*     -. .   ng thai official's fam
irlng       i   B lnt<        The   mai ei
was I*     in     ���      nds of the chai ti
���    ' h, nm Ittee and I hi   boar I
'    wo
VI '. Gr  ���   ri    irted tha   hi   hi '
,   ived an i ff, 1,400 foi     n old
, Dgine al   the  ; ower h mse, and   i
ted ue.     The   Schi i i
'������ , ���   i<   .'. ad madi  the   ��� :;'���
'   lient In the country.
I ���       '.      : luded
\       Shil ported    ha     b
nun I   the    .. semenl   u      hi       in
I
. ��� ..
recen I  i ���     .
Ud       ,       i     ha irman o
ml      .    ronil    I I i I ol   In
cape as a rock carried away the bacK
.   h of the  house  he was  sleeping
in.     Mr.  Peter- Red to safe ���
ss the creeh
f s : lay* d   [uei r pranks. One
��� a  f* u  fe*
tain boDer.  VnotJ i i smashed th
..   tool  housi   and   lodg   I    n bui they  will have to  wait until the
���     ���".���:���   of fl        -��� nails are in better shape before sup-
pile  o     ���   r:       tl     sand    feet,     wa ;i*-'s can   be gol   In   to   the outlying
���'���        .  splinters, while one rock creeks.
far up i ne
mountain side and on their way down
cul down many trees many feet in
diameter as if they had been so many
match sticks.
Seaton Lake has been frozen over
for the past week. This is the first
'���:.��� it bas frozen over for the past
forty years.
'!'> Fraser river has also been fro- ' nan lines have bought forty-five acres the crew of the sealing schooner (Jer-
zen over in some��of the widest places. a* University Park, at a cost exceed^] trade were lost in a fog and seized by
a  thing also  unknown  for a numb.:;   ,      $200,000   which will be utilized as   a  Uruguayan gunboat, have returned
Or   . *''i rs
'..'.'"        , ,      .v,        u . the north entrance  to a donble-tfack   to Halifax and a letter has been re-
i His   has   been  the   coldest   winter ��� -,
since 1886.   The coldest being 22 de-   lailroad tunnel i0 extend through thejeeived from one describing the cruel
grees  below zero. | peninsular.    The tunnel will be 5,400 I treatment  accorded  them    in    South
This has  been a very hard  winter   feet long,    it will enter the Columbia  America.    The four were William Ry-
'   i,:i;   :!l"  formers have  go!   ,-Iver side at Newark and Dana streets,   an, brother of Captain  Mat  Ryan of
ie!-e ,..,��� , I this city:   Harry   Schrelder,  John   M.
Artney and J. W. Keating of Halifax.
They  were   picked   up   by   an   L'ru-
uayan gunboat and were held as prisoners for  forty  days,  during which
or
".'.���'  v<
the  .*!���  ii   ���    the : d'l   :     *ping   were well supplied with feed and shel-
e 1       tei for7their cattle. ver   sille' J"st  nnder the
liver side at .Newark and Dana streets,
coming oui  on  the Willammette  Ri-
Willamette j
Spring seems to be opening up, and   Boulevard, forming a connection with \
the  miners are  rea ly   to  go to  work    ::" I"'1"1-11' lil!'' ^om St. John's which '
WILL BliHD NEW Tllfl
FOR FEKRY SERVICE
CALQARV WILL HAVE
VERY CHEAP POWER
will   be   double-tracked   to ihe   steel
;  : Ige,  pro) I ling thai  no other cros-
on thi   Willamette is supplied.
'I he tunn* !   will  enable the  Harri-
an  compani*     I i  bring traffic  from
���    Si ..: le     ���:'��� ai;a   and   the   main
ine from ;;.���' Bast into Portland on ai
.. ater grade,   making  it   possible  [ n ;
the i'nion Pacific to do business on as ,
e a scale and as economical a ba- i
I sin as ihe Hill system.
- ion
I    ���,
1
Aid.
Unlit,
.;
;,\.
I ���-in.
t!slaii,;
:
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Sti,
irked that, as t! ���
'���',| Ij   decline I  i -
��� I make a formal
' ��� "���) on the depu-
ttlve of Un- , Ity,
members on thai
,   Ml. Garrett.
lained that the
���   would   be   likely
I l! Information thai
��� > a position to  ";l illr i
'"" kie had al his i tillers t*
II " kie, on the other
' '''in how the le-
; 'I'*' city in man;.
' r would be ;t!,I������
���'! member of the
'   ���' canneryman,
ler io convince
cannerymen
' "'" m ij irltj  re
commission, as
��� ild !,���   tn    .,
CLEVER SWINDLERS
CAUGHT AT LAST
oor men  ..   i
Whisky    Firm    Placed    Subterrmiea'i
Pipes From Distillery to Duty
Paid Warehouse.
London, Feb, 22.- A gigantic scheme
rl   of a   firm of whisky dis-
defraud  i'he  revnue is reported to have heen unearthed by inland   revenue  officers.
The latter, it is aserted, discovered
a system of underground pipes by
which whisky was conveyed from the
distillery to the duty-paid warehouse,
when,,. || ���,��� :��� Iii tril uted to tie trade.
thus escaping Ihe tax of $2,75 per gal-
Jon, The rev, aii" authorities are sai I
l.o have demande I the pnymeul of a
dne of $ 100,000 on the smuggle '
quor. The matter | robnbly will b*
' t-oughl   up  In   : eii la lent.
snac an    Paci'lc    Company    '        ���'.
Contract foi- Steel Vessei to Ply
Local  Waters.
Vict.; ia,   l', b.   22.    ." ie    Ci  ia I    i
I . . a., has j ;-   awa     .1 the
titra steel tug to 1 e   mill for
,;. , ..   ���  i ith  and
.   i     q    he   British   Columbia
r     ....        ipan    al     Es iui
V        ig i    buill   under
......
"
; ... . :���...!
,   ���.i      .   ton
t William   lead
.   grapl        e in    :
.   ,   ,.   ���      ,,   Dominion govern
:   ,'.     in., an   Wl   ' I
,  Pacific   Railroa I steam
I   h Royal,   under    construct
foi   tl ,' Northern  rou e.
-,   ���      ,. .., :��� uilding   or ai
I,   ,,, ; ,;��� V incouver, the machin n
ro,     , i    oi     iVl Ich    hi -    been    ord":   .1
in England.
Three Ctrripanies Offer to Supply City
With   Elec-tric Fluid  at
Cut Rates.
! time they were placed in half a 1 izen
| jails and received vile treatment.   After being taken on board the gunboat
they  were taken  to  Paloma, a coasl
port  to the  north of Montevideo, on
the Uruguayan coast.   Prom Paloma,
they were  hauled across  the  cour ry
in cans to a place called Ro(ba   ���   I
thrown Into, prison, thence they  .
| carted    to     Montevideo    and     ;.    '1
; amongst  criminals of all  kinds',
There were six inches of wai       in
| the floor and for cellmates the seal-
The
mi-
Municipal   Power for Nelson.
Nelson, Feh. 22.���The city will take
,,,.,., the control of the municipal plant
on I' ��� ruary 27, provided thai th< city
engineer  and  city superintendent
.... trie lights report favorably.
.      | ;(.l:, :. uiiiiork   company
.    , , t0 mstall a satisfactory gov-
,, ���,. and to make it work to the en-
-,,,, satisfaction of the city   ifflcials,
���   early n date as possible.
Tl���, third and final payment  upon
the machinery, however, will not   be
nor  will the company's cheque
 , now In escrow, lie released,
... |   the  while Plant, governor and
I  acce i by the city as complete
I    actory,
Calgary,  Peb.   22.���This   city     may
In ve ":;-   ch* a iesl   pow* r ol  an) city
���; the American continent,   it has in
.  ation  a  steam  plant    generating
fi ,-:  ch ap coal, and ther i  I
the  proposition   I    i   ������  the  people of
��� . .   viberta   Port    id * en ��� ni   Co.,  to
.. ',.      ow :' he spit
',..'.: Vlexan       & Budd
will supply i     trie p      ir, are I
sing    he   Lev   Rover.    '   e   ���������
mipai '"i   ' ���   ���'������     at*     I 10
,. ���  using t   2,500 I;
,    es  with  the bi     ice foi     al
la ��� city.
tei big ci     Kin   '   b ing form
��� [o   levelop power by'gas  pn    ;
nethod.    While  the Ni I u il Gas  Co
i-, quite coniident that il  Is only the
n itter of a  few hun Ired  feel   i efoft
gis  is  stri'.l '���  in  t:i ���  r.e.11  here.    Th"
r-ciinpany has already secured the right
��� i distribute gas : i  light, bekl  an I
owi " i" 'he citv.
With three water powei companies     rke of ,,,.,, ()SK||(,  eom,ng
one   gas   producer,   one   natural   gai    ,!;:   Qex,  ,ew  I1U)nths
day.-' imprisonment they were released anl reached Halifax via Liverpool.
Liberals   Elect   Officers.
'i'be officers of the New WesUpin-1 ers   '!"' a murderer, a Spaniard, who
ster  Liberal association  for the^ur- nad killed twelve persons.   After forty
,, al  .'-ear w( re elected at a well at-
en led meeting of the association lasi
��� rening, the election  taking place in
the   Liberal   club   rooms.     President I
'   y occupied tbe chair, and mosl
ol  .be retii Ing officer -  were present.
{iter a few introductory remarks the
iisiness ��as procei I* I  with, the foi-
' ��ing  b* Ing   declared   duly elected:
. ionorary pn sl lent,  J.   B.  Kenne ly;
Siwash Act in Oregon.
Grant's Pass, Ore., Feb. 22.���Grant's
Pass   bas solved  the habitual drunkard  problem in  a  novel  way  that  it
satisfactory to all . om erned.    When
a man begins to make a nuisam ���    (
; hims* :;    ;,  driii: lng the ci y i ttorney
1 b'ui. .1. Reid; first vice-presidenl    drafts  an ordinance    enacting    thai
'������' ���������������'  '''      ". sei .'ii | vice presiden        'hn   h ae    i-   an habitual drun    i I,
H   Gil '���'.'..    ��� president, C. B. j the cltj   council passes it  and   tohn
Dean;   secretary,   .1.   W.   McDonald;! Jones'   name   Is forthwith   posted  In
��� easurer,   J.   McMurphy;    executive  all the saloons, which are forbidden
ommittee, R.  Buckland,   R, Penton,  under penalty of losing their license
Captain  Mayers,   I).   Adams, ii.   Hal- to sell him liquor.
crow,   After the  transacting of  busi-1 ���	
ness   th" meeting   was adjourned. Deputation ;"or Ottawa.
��� ��� The three gentlemen who will mak i
the trip tn Ottawa In the interea
the  fishing  Industry   will   be  Mayer
old   Dupont     block    changed   Keary, representing the city of I   ,v
ban.I., yesterday, the purchasers being   Westminster;  George Mackie,
., syndicate of New Westminster men  entfng   the    fishermen,
v ho can see a marked advance in the i Doyle
Dupont Block Is Sold.
The
and one steam plant, the city will be
well supplied with cheap power, an I
no power will be al more than .���i'i'I
iter horse power.
Eaby's Awful  Death.
Nanaimo,  Peb. 22.���Douglass Galloway, 8'months-old son of Alex Galloway, of cedar District, died lasl night
���   the   result   of a   terrible scalding
Wednesday,    The  little   follow    was
'   Ing m the breakfai I table when he
���, (zed a pol of boiling coffee and a* ci
iii utiilly poure I ll him elf,
wit nm
I'he exact figure al which the block changed hands
i; nol given, but it is understood to
be In the neighbourhood of $50,000.
The Duponl blAsk was owned by a
Vancouver capitalist, who acquired it
a   shorl    time   ago.     The   block   is   a
two story brick  structure, facing on
C* imbia, McKenzie and From
streets. On Front .sireet the building
��� three stories. Every store in the
bu i ling is rented, so thai even if the
'���; ers do not care to sell immediately
they are sure of a good interesi on
1 *  ��� money,
repres-
and Henry
representing the independent
packers. The deputation will m i
probably leave on Sunday, and will
be away at least two weeks.
Will Abandon Dewdney.
Victoria, Feb. 22.���It has been Iim -
ly decided that Mr. McBrlde will retain his-Victoria seat, and that he will
resign bis seat ai Dewdney forthwith.
Mr, Manson, a relative of Mr. Manson,
the defeated candidate for Alberni,
will be nominated to represent the
Conservative interests In Dewdney.
Bberts will be Speaker. Price Ellison and Cotton are pressing for the
chief commisslonerahln,
i
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��� THE DAILY NEWS
SATURDAY,  pE3
m WHITE HOUSE
WE STILL HAVE A FEW
LADIES' BLOUSES WHICH
WE ARE CLEARING AT
FROM   75   CENTS   UP.
A. J. BIRTCH,
COLUMBIA ST.
Th,
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL  AND   RESERVE  $8,290,000
TOTAL   ASSETS  45,400,000
Eighty-live  branches, with Correspondents  throughout
the world.	
SAVINGS   BANK
ONE DOLLAR opens an account.   Interest added four
times a year. k Start to-day.
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH ���
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS, 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Bank of Montreal
"**.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE  $11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and Newfoundland, and in London, England,
New York, Chicago and Spokane, U.S.A., and Mexico City. A General Banking Business Transacted.
Letters of Credit issued, available will correspondents in all parts of the
World.
Savings Bank Department. Deposits received In sums of $1 and upwards,
and interest allowed at :', per cenl. per annum I present rate) added
four times a year.
Total  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
G. I).  BRYMNER, Manager.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. E.  WALKER,  General Manager.       ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Gen'l Manager
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CHURCH  SERVICES.
Holy    Trinity    cathedral���Rev.    A.
Shildrick,   rector.    Holy  Communion,
S a. m.: Malins, Sermon, 11 a.
m.; Sunday school 2 :3m p. in.;
Catechism last Sunday in the month
in the church. Evensong and I
sermon by the rector, 7 p.m.; daily
service at 9:30 a.m. and 5 p.m. except
on Friday, when Evensong is said at
7:30. Holy Communion every Thursday and saint's day at 8 a.m., Choii
practice on Friday alter Evensong.
St. Barnabas���Rev. C. W. Houghton
rector. Holy Communion, 8 a.m.; Morning Prayer. Litany 11, a.m.; Evening
Prayer, at 7 p. m.; Bible Class
2 p. m.in; Sunday school, :! p. m.;
Baptisms after Sunday school; choir
practise, Friday, 8 p.m.; Confirmation
classes during Lent, Wednesday afternoon, 3:45 and evening al 8 o'clock
St. Paul's Reformed Episcopal
church���Rev. A. de B. Owen, rector
Divine worship Sunday, 11 a m. and
7 p.m.: Sunday school, 2:30 p.m. All
are  welcome.
Olivet Baptist church���Rev. M. I..
Rugg, D.D., pastor. Preaching on
Sunday iit 11 a.m., and at 7 p.m.; Sunday school and bible classes al i'2:1",.
at the close of the morning service
Young Peoples' meeting on Monday
evening al 8 p.m. Midweek prayer
meeting on Wednesday evening at 8
p.m. Boys League meets on Friday
evening at 7:30. Subject of Sunday
morning sermon, "Fallow Ground:
Evening, "First Tilings."
Queen's Avenue Methodist���Rev. W.
II. Barraclough, B.A., pastor. Services
at 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible Class at 2:3d p. m.
Morning subject, "The New Lord's
Hay Act, and our duty regarding It."
Evening, "Christ and Heart Purity.''
The sixth  Of the series.
West End Methodist���Rev. Mr. Magee, pastor. Services, 11 a.m. and 7
p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30 p.m.
Sapperton    Methodist.  ���  Rev.    I,
Thomas, pastor.    Sunday services,  11   I
a.m. and 7 p.m.; Sunday school, 2:30
p.m.; Epworth League, Monday/8 p.m.
St. Andrew's Presbyterian���Rev. ,1
S. Henderson, pastor. Sunday services 11 am. and 7p.m.; Sunday school
and Bible Classes 2:30 p.m. Sunday
morning subject, "On the Heights."
Evening, third of the "Boy" series
"The Young Man In Society." The
Lord's Supper will be dispensed after
the morning service.
West  Presbyterian���Rev.   T. Ward
law    Taylor.    M.A.,    Ph.D.,    minister
Services  11 a.m.  and 7 p.m.;  Sunday   i
school   and   Bible  class,    2:30    p.m.     (
Knox church, Sapperton���Rev. I).
McKenzie, B.A., pastor. Services, 11
a m. and 7 p.in.; Sunday school and
Bible   class,   2:30   p.m.;    meeting  of
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BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
A general Banking business transacted.   Accounts may be opened and conducted l*y mail with all branches of this bank.
SAVINGS BANK   DEPARTMENT.
Deposits cl' $1 ami upwards received, and interest allowed at current rates.   The
depositor is subject to no delay whatever in the withdrawal
of the whole or any portion of the deposit.
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH ���11. R. DAVIDSON, Manager.
OPEN   SATURDAY   EVENINGS. 8 TO 9 O'CLOCK.
Gospel  Hall, Tenth street. Sei i Ices
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������J   ; li  a.m. and 7 p.m.;  Sunday school al
��� ���'.'> p.m.
Electric Railway Service I
t> Inter-urban   Line.
�� Cars    for  Vancouver  and     way
J stations  will   run  every  half-
��� li mr from 5:50 a. ni. to 11 p.
��� in. excepting at 7:30 and 8:110
X a. in. Half hourly cars will
i ran  from Central    Park    to
��� Vancouver only.
��� City Limits Line   Service from
J 6.1 ���", a in. In 11  p in.
j 20 Minute Service���Mi transfer.
Met ween Hi and 2 and b nnd 7.
!
30   Minuce   Service   during  re- ��
malnder or day.   Transfer at
Leopold Place.
Sund.iy   Service   half-hourly   be-
l ween 8 a.m. and   1 I  p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15  Minute Service from 6.25 u.
in  to  ll  p.m.. except  between
12  and  2,  an I  5  and   7,  during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service   hnir-nourly he- ���
tween 8.30 a.m. and 11  p.m.
V   P. S ('   B.  immediately  after the
evening service. Huaskin    Lake;    thence    has-    with
shore line 20 chains, more or less, to
Gospel    Hall,   corner   Sixth   avenue f>f   ,.,������������.,���.,. n,.   contalnlng
and  Ninth street-Breaking of brea<j| 40 ,|(.r(,.   ���������,. ���,. ,Mt>
every   .Sunday   at 11     a.m.;     Sunday       DATED this   19th. day of February,
school  and  Bible class, 11  p.m.;  gospel    .���,.-
address. 7 p.m.; prawn meeting, Wed- '  McLAUGHUN    LUMBER   CuJ
nesday, S p.m. _,_.
St. Peter's cathedral (Roman C'atho-   |,v (.   |{   McLaughlin  Pres.   M. D.
lie)���   Benediction,    7   p.   in.;     Sun- . ��� _
day Mass at 8 and 10:30 a.m.; Catechism at 2:35 p.m.; Friday devotions
7;:',o p.m. Morning service, Rev.
Father l.ardou will preach, subject,
"Transfiguration." Evening, Rev. Father O'Boyle, subject, "The Rule of
Faith." Al the latter service a duel
Will be rendered by Misses Lavei v SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME-
and    Lewis,   and    Mr.    McGowan    will STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Sing    Ave  Alalia." '	
Norwegian   Lutheran���Rev,   B,   A.      Any available Dominion Lands with-j
SmhI,   pastor.     Sunday morning  ner-   i;l the Railway Belt in British Colum-
vice a|  || :l ]n Ida., may be homesteaded by any per
son who is I he sole head of ;i family,
or any male over IS years of   age, to .
the extent of   one-quarter   section of
160 acres, more or less.
Entry musl be made personally al
the local land office for the dlsl ricl In
which the land Is Bittiate,
The homesteader Is required to pi i
form the condil ions connecte I I here
wiih under one of the following plans:
NEW   WESTMINSTER
Second Hand Junk Stor<
<)   l)   I)   o   l)
)      I*).)    O   It    O   (I    ���!
Highest Prices Paid for  STOVES, FURNITURE
and TOOLS of all descriptions. Also buy and
sell BOTTLES, RUBBER, BRASS, COPPER and
ROPE. We also buy and sell everything.
Between  Columbia  and
Fraser River Hotel
Apply hy mai]
or by
' Phone So.2\\
CHEAP  HOUSES
��� British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
White, Shiles & Co.
$500   Cash
Bu; j a  i, roome I    House an I    ',,'   in
besl part of city; one block from car;       "'    Al leasl six months' residence
electric  light;    hoi   ancl  cold   water;   M|'"" ;l"''   cultivation ot   the land In
and  all conveniences,    Price $1,500;   eacn ���'''''"' l"1' ll"'('1' >'ears'
��� "H cash, balance on terms. (2)    tt Lhe father (or mother, If the
��t-i   sn-\a-^     ar-       a father is deceased), of the homestead
7p I ,z>UU    l_aStl er resides upon a farm In the vlclnit;
C-roometl  House  In  vicinity of Sth i oi the land entered for,  the   require-
slreet and Royal avenue; all modern   ments as to residence may be satisfied !
conveniences,   Price $1,150. i i, ���   such   person   residing   with  thej
father or mother.
(3)    If the settler has his perman
enl residence upon farming land own-
ed by him In the vicinity of his home
260 lOlUIDDla St,, stead,   the   requirements   as to resi-
NetV WfiStlllillSter Ph��ne 85.  ,!( ,���,. may be satisfied    bj  residence .-
 ,���   upon the said  land.
TIMBER   NOTICE. six m lis' notice in writing should
i  be given  lo the    Commissioner of Do-
NOTICE is HEREBY QIVEN thai minion Lands ai Ottawa of Intention
sixtj days after date wo in',md to to apply tor patent,
apply to the Honorable the Chief Coal lauds may be purchased al $10
Commissioner of Lands and Work.- per acre for soft coal and $20 for an
for permission Lo purchase the foi- thracite, Nol more than :;^o acres
lowing Lract of land situated In Coasl | can be acquired by one individual or |
District,  lor a Mill Site,    c in,mc-, company.   Royalty al the rate of ten!
Ing at a posl planted on shore of baj   cents per ton of 2,000 pounds shall be
S.   E,  Arm   Huaskin   Lake, aboul   S.   collected on the gross output,
VV. corner T.  L.  No.    6943;    thence W. W. CORV
South  lu   chains;    Wesl    E chains; '        Deputy of the Minister of Lhe In
South 10 chains, more or less to \. E. terlor,
shore of Turnbull Cove; thence Wesl      \. B.- Unauthorized     n Hi ition ol
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Liealers in All Kinds ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Poors,
Interior Finish,     I urned-Work,    Etc.
Fish and Frni<   Boxes.
Large Stock Pla: i and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining,
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
wl'.h sh ire line 20 chain���;   North   i**
, '
North     lol for.
this   advertisement    will nol  ' e ��� nl I
WE ARE USING PURE CAHADIAN MILK IN
/* J        Milk Chocolate,
LOW/1 II   Q    Croquettes, Wafers,
W TT ill!  O   Cakes, Medallions,E'��
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS IN
PARITY AND FINENESS OF FLAVOR.
The COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
nilllllBimffliniHi MMf' 'II I |wi. mm���������>">w��3SS5gggl^' Isatu
RDAY,   FEB.   23,   1907.  f
lffE DAILY NEWS
Where Price Is A Consideration
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PASS OVER THE CUT PRICE SUITS AT
The BIG CLOTHING  HOUSE
All mese goods bought before the rise in prices, so you get still better value for your money.
THE
9       Wardrobe Clothier
Columbia Street, New Westminster
';���?'���'j
[Trains & Steamers
C.l R   M UN   LINE.
1^ ,. ���,    .       10; arr X. W. ll 35.
' SSION BRANCH.
,. ;.   .    ���  .  .  ar. Se ittle 15.50,
iu. e sea:     12 10; ar. \. \v. 18.40.
j     :   . : - . MINSTER JUNCTION.
\v.\i. X '���'���'   '��� :"- '" ;::'' L6.40, 17.::"'.
|.:. . 15, 11.35, 16.40, 18.40.
GREAT NORTHERN  RAILWAY.
Jtt,.N'. v\'. S - i a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Rr.X.W. I   ��� i in-; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
It.a.
V.. W. & Y.���VANCOUVER
|lv. X V,'. 3 p, m. and 9:55 p. m.
\l-,.\ :.    . ��� r 8.35 a.m., and 4 p.m.
'.   R.���PORT GUICHON".
|a X, W. 9:35  a.m.;   ar. Guichon
|..
L   .      o, 2:40 p. m.; ar. N. \V.
\u>; m. and 6 p. in.
Jbmdays only.
J C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER,
Lv. New Westminster  5.50.  6.50,   1
liid i a. ie., and every half hour there-
|:.'-:;  '       Ll p. Ul.
Lv. Vancouver  for  Westminster  at
|iice heart.
Fraser River and Gulf
IT RIVER.
I Bwer-
Froic.V. W, Mon. Wed. Frid. 8 a_na.
From Chwk. Tu., Th., Sat., 7 a.m.
I - '
From \. W. Tu., Th.. Sat 8 a.m.
From Chwk. Sun.. Wed., Frl., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER,
I transfer���
ly, ex. Sun !.,;��� 2 p.m.
'             M, '.day. 5 a.m.
���'���' :   Sl ton, 7 a.in. (Frl. 6 a.m.)
Mail Service
Close.   Received.
7.45 a.in    6.40 p.m.
I'
/������   '���        .... 7.1:, a i.i. ii.;;:, a in.
I' l.  7.45 a.m.    ju'io a ni.
|GX.R  .
-���      e.. j t", a.m.   3.30 p.m.
I1;' . io ; o 'i.ni.  2.eo p.m.
Peoria ....10.30a.m.   9.00 a.m.
I ....   1.13 ij in.   1.15 p.m.
I
.   . .   1.30 p.m.  11.,,0 a.m.
f C.P.R i
(',     .
7th, and        .  i month 1      Clayo
���;''.'' \    toria    , u    20  .    I r
Qual        and w .... p tints.
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTL.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  New   Westmlnstei   on  .Mun
day,   '   ���   lay,   Wednesday,   'i hursday
"I-"    i'i: .,,;.   at   J    p.m. and   Sam: . I
at 2 p, in. ,'. Ith    . litional trip oo Monday at .', a. m.
L(,;"     St* ������  ton Monday, Tuesday,
W< ''���������'- lay, Tl ursf.ay and Saturday at
7 a. in.;  Friday  at 0 a. m. additional
Saturday 5 p. m.
UPPER   FRASER   RIVER   ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves New Westminster, 8 a. rn.
Mondays, Wednesdays aDd Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturdays, calling at
landings between New Westminster
and Chiiliwack,
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
S. S. Tees
Leaves Vain,,,ner at S p.m. L'r.t
and 16th of each month, calling at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
nn second trip. Time ou arrivHl and
departure  are  approximate.
Fur reservations and Information
call or uddress
ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster,
C. J. COYLE,
Hast, Gen. Pass   Agent, Vancouver.
.1.  W. TROt'P,
General Suiicr'iitender.t. Victoria
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.     j
The only all rail route between all
points east, west and south to Rossland, Nelson and intermediate points
connecting at Spokane with the Great
Northern, Northern Pacific and O. R. |
& N. Co. !
Connect? at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
Creek points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
stage r'-iily for Republic.
Buffet service on trains between
Spokane  and  Nelson.
Effective    Sunday,    November    io,
1001.
Leave
Day Train              Arrive
920 a.m.
...   Spokane  ... .7.13 p.m.
E2.25 p.m.
...Rossland ....4.10 p.m.
Q.ao a.m. .
H. A. JACKSON.
igh   v* -���.     ,���:   trains   to
i    -    laiiy,
I'i: -:  class .-:' ���    ���   -  .'lid tOUl 1st car-.
ll 1 ve dai'..   n    15:40 o'c
Information   c   -       ly  given.
I'   .1   COYLE.
\   G.  P.  A.
'.   11   iuvei
ED   GOULE-l'.
Agenl C.P.R.
\fv.   Westniinsti 1.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN  OF  FAME
THE     NORTH-WESTERN.    LTD.
Embodies the newest   and best ideas
for   COMFORT,   CONVENIENCE.
and   LUXURY.     It  is  lighted   with I
both   electricity   and   gas;   the   most J
brilliantly   illuminated   train   in   the
world.      The   equipment   consists   of
private   compartment   cars,   standard
16  section   sleepers,  luxurious  dining
car. reclining  chair cars  (seats  free),
modern   day   coaches   and   buffet,   li-
brarv and  smoking cars.
For Time  Tables.  Folders, or any'
further  information  call  on  or  write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
"20 Second Avenue. Seattle, Wash
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
And all the principal business centers of   Westminster, B.C.
ONTARIO. QUEBEC and the MARL 	
TIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and I       H Fl^ I    T~^f
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Falls. ������*���  ���   ��� ��������   ^^-^���   ���
For Time Tables, etc, address Manufacturer ot
GEO. W. VAjK.
Assistant Con'! Pasajmger and Ticket Mineral WaterS,  EtC
'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. ICth  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
All kinds of Ship  repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
���a specialty.
Estimates [promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
THE  PASSION   PLAY.
It*  Origin,   According   to  the  Tradition ol Obcraniinerffnu,
According t>> local tradition, the origin of the Oberammergau fasslon
playwasas follows: When In the year
1033 a deadly plague threatened to do-
populate the districts of Partenkirchen,
Escheloke and Kohlgrub, which arc
separated from Ammerthal, or the valley of the Anniier, by a rampart of
mountains, the Ammcrthalevs succeeded for a time in protecting themselves
against ihe dread contagion, but one
day a native who had been working ul!
summer at Escheloke evaded the quar-1
antine and entered the Aiiiinertlial by
11 secret path In order to celebrate an
annual church festival with his family. Two days afterward be was a
corpse, and in less than three weeks
the plague hud carried off eighty-four j
of the Aiiinierlhalers.
Despairing of all human succor, the
terrified survivors addressed themselves to Ood and registered a solemn
vow that if he heard their prayer and
removed the scourge they would represent, every ten years, "for Uiniihful
remembrance and edifying contemplation, and by the help of the Almighty.
the sufferings of Jesus, the Saviour of
tbe world."
Not a single person died of the
plague after the vow was made, though
iLiuiiy were affected by it. The first
representation of the Passion play in
fulfillment of the vow of these simple
villagers took place at Oberammergau
in the following year, and it has heen
repeated every ten years without a
single omission.
A STUDY  IN   EYES.
Michael Angelo bud hazel eyes
Mohammed had conl black eye-.
Milton had gray blue eyes, clear and
round.
Beethoven had small brown eyes,
very mobile.
Dante had. according to Boccaccio,
larg ��� Id ick eyns.
Isaac Newton had blue eyes, small,
bright and piercing.
Cowper, physically timid, had weak
blue eyes devoid of animation.
Harvey, the discoverer of the circulation of the blood, had small eyes, full
of spirit.
Carlyle's eyes were described as "the
very handsomest ever seen In a man's
bend dark blue."
Bismarck had eyes of steely gray,
deep sunken, almost hidden under
bushy eyebrows,
Dr. ���' lilllS 'i's poor health sa affected
bis eyes thai they were dull and lifeless, of m watery blue.
FEMININE INFLUENCE.
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
PX.R
   3 00 p.m. 11.33 a.m.
10 p.m.   i',.,MI p.m
I.'-I p.m 11.00 ;��� r .
.  12.00 in. 12.00tn.
TAKE
[Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia   Coast  Line
S��rvioe.
TIME TABLE
ist Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
v. ' boul nol Ice).
Leavi    Van.
 Feb, 7i h
 Feb, 1 Ihi
 Feb, 21 i
 Feb, 28th
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
[Northern Pacific; ja;
f,,r CONRAD, CARCRO.SS, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (except
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
express ami freight connect with
i ges it Can ross and While Horse,
maintaining a through winter service,
1   ���  information apply to
J.   H.   R* IGERS,  Traffic   Matuget,
Vancouver.   R.   ('.
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Aerated Waters,
mily Trad* a Specialty.
13. Office, Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Van,,,
U, P .
��� ORI \ ROUTE
I -
leaves V incoti
..'
lly at 1 ii.in.
BATTLE ROUTE.
,     IM;lv      3 BEATRICE.
'���'   ' ��� v
Travel on the famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Eli "iv lighted train.   Lew Kales.
Quick Time. Excellent Service. Office���Tram   Depot
New York,  Chicago, .'flee'Phone It*.      Kan, rflon*i37
Toronto,  St.  Paul Columbia  it.
AND ALL POINTS Ei^ST Uaegage delivered    promptly 10   im
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all Euro-   part of ihe city.
' 'The  Milwaukee" -tSt^-SSIJ" Light and Heavy Hauling
For full informtion cull on or write
('. K. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C
A. D. CHARLTON,
Port land, Ore
Nowhere   In   II   Mure   Fell   und   I.phn
Kecoffuivetl  Than  In  France.
There is still in every Frenchman a
great deal of the oriental wuy of look-
ing ut woman.
And the French wife knows it, but
she goes ou helping her "man." Ue she
duchess or miiliiietle. She will forgive
again and again; she will let him
squander her dot and will learn how
to <io with fewer frocks (the delight
of every Frenchwoman) in an ever
pitiful .'iiienip! to patch up the fortune
and hupplnese be has wrecked. If she
happen to he a shopman's wife he
needs no bookkeeper or manager; she
will bo ihere I'roiii morning till night,
the slave of the ledger, careful of every centime, while he, too, often will
leave the heavier pari of the business
in her capable bands and turn his at-
tentlon to n domino party al the nearest cafe. If she be n pensunt's wife
no one on rhe farm will slnve harder
. than she. There Is scarcely any labor
' which she v. ill uol undertake.
In every sphere woman is too often
j the   man of the  bouse,    Now here  is
feminine Influence more nctlve, more
! felt ami less r j.iiii'eii than In France,
' ni,,( nowhere ma,cur the civilized no
I lions is ina:i ia ,re dependent on worn
an. mor ��� attache 1 1 1 ber nnd less re
spectral.   London ,M ill,
siieeu 01  sound*.
"Judge David Torrence of Derby,
Conn.," said a New Haven man, "uttered many an epigram from the bench.
In a ease concerning a noise nuisance
a scientist was once testifying before
him about the speed of sound.
" 'Sound.' said the man, 'travels nt
the rate of 4**0 yards a second.'
" 'All sound'/' asked .Indue Torrence.
" 'All.' replied the scientist.
"The judge smiled.
" 'I'm sure you're wrong.' he said, '1
have noticed a great difference between the speed of certain kinds of
sound. Thus, slander travels at the
rale of quite 1,000 yards a second; Mattery, GOO yards, while truth makes on
ly 11 few feet a second, and. slow as its
progress is. truth often fails to reach
the goal, no matter how short the distance.' "���Indianapolis star.
The Persian*,
Socially 1 found the Persian people
a great improvement on the other orientals of the farther east whom I bn I
met.    They lire of a happy disposition
j and bright Imagination, doubtless nr 1
' duced  by  the dry,  clear air of tu Tr
; high  table  hinds,  which  relieves  from
1 dullness  and  depression.     They   enjoy
11  joke  and   laugh   heartily,   and   they
are able to see that most things have
their amusing side.    I was struck with
much among all classes which showed
1 that their manners and ways had been
favorably   touched   and   turned  by  n
softening civilization of ancient date,���
General Gordon's "A Varied Life."
Tin-  Woman  of Poliie.
11 is the creed of the up to dale woman never to give herself away. A
cup of coffee may I e spilled over ber
delicate silk gown; she simply holds
the breadths together anil goes on with
her flow of feinlulue tulk. "Enfant ter
rlble" makes agonizing remarks, a
iv. il gives some cruel stab; all is met
with the same 1 -1! ite luiru 1 illity of
countenance.- I. ti ion Lady,
I "v.,
|V|CT0R-A
ex* epi Monday
NEW     WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
*  OF XANAIMO.
>nSun "   ; ''"'"���" ;it ' ����� ln-
'ANC��Uvtn nanaimo route.
], S' S. Joan
dallj al 1:30 p.m
W58T ^AST   ROUTE.
I ',' Queen  City.
'     :' 1 ai   11  p.m, on ut,
"The   Pionf-r  Limited"   St.   Paul   to
Chicago,  "Short   Line"   Omaha   to
Chicago,  "South    West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad  in thc  world that  equal in
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee  &  -st-   Paul   Railway.     They
own  and operate  their own  sleeping
and dining fars on alll their trams and
give  their  patrons  an  excellence  of
service  not  obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. ROWE. General Agent.
t.u Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or.
BLACKSMITHING.
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
Having boughl oul the Blacksmith-
ing business of H. H. Benson, 1 will
be pleased to see all his old custom-
ei 1, as well.as new ones. Horseshoeing a specialty.
H. M,  KNUTSON,
Eighth   Street.
For electric signs, dynamos, motors,
ats ANTIH STEAMSHIPS l;",s',phone Bxtures'Bhade8' ,,"IKbaH
ftlLfUlSHr   ��>SJ-**'F;*1 '" J   teries,  wire and  cables of all kinds|
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY. and Blzes   House wWngi   Motor in.
asFINEST ANP   FASTEST--   BtalUag ,( Bpecialty.   All Muds of re-
I '"' rid02CC:^E��9 * '   palrs i"'om|,ily atton(jed to-
*CMrHtw0E��LJ J. DIGBY, Proprietor    |
j8l000(EMPnESs"OT 'bliil.m , 14* 1 PHONE 304. 	
��� Rower I EMPHU S OF IHLU ��M	
Now |S ,|.,' lime to send Cor your
,,   .,,   |D the in,l Countrj  while the
B1.e ion      Tourist Sleepers run
,', si   lohn to counei    with Empress
,;   ,     ning, Maid, 22nd.    For other
���. i ��� ite, apply to
ED, GOULET.
C.PR. Agent,      '\
FARMERS!
-The Fraser River Tannery
PAYS THE HIGHEST
PRICE   FOR    HIDES.
! said the physician^
For that run-down
condition���
said
Qooril
*���
: 4
THE DAILY NEWS
THE DAILY NEWS
P       ibe I     v  -h-r  Daily News  P .
I,   at   th
Sixt .
stree--. Xew Westminster, B.C.
WINDSOR SALT
cost more�����o pcJ'*- "re.
!--.- mned. G:a further, too
net a cent dearer.
t>ught Id
:e, we3-
But
141
Managing Director
. J. C. 3-o*n
/"VERTISING  RATES.
Transteti     lispla)   advertising,   16
cent; per   iDe    r. ,npanell  12 lines '
the   iLcfc.       F:ve   L-e^te     -.:   Une   toi
rot -<-    enl    :.-���;." ,  ..-
Reading no::ces. bold face ty;,*. 20
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10
cents per liEe.
For time contracts, special posi-
tins, apply to advertising manager.
Notices of births, marriages or
deaths. 50c Wants, for sales, lost or
found, rooms to let, etc.. one cent per
word No advertisement taken for
loau than 25 cents.
ty.    They  i
ngratel dstent   ii
ol
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C_iS5  " E3   -0.E=~ 5EVENT5
���-    =ES-
GIRL  WANTED���        -  '
:���: R ���- -
:. ��� sth st ��� ���
TELEPHONES.
 A22
Night  Office   	
 E22
-   ��� ���-   - .
SATURDAY.   FEB.   23.
1 907.
THE  PL3LIC INTEREST.
-
!
K
I        ll
ment sa.
The time I when tl
alios
nds to    ������  .
.    ���
The growth o
���
--...- irts ha vi
���. ���
ii  in* ai        ii -    he I
lern    evelopmem
enl  th*       '
��� ���    gi di   ition
���   eiecl ic   enei -     I    -..   ���.-. ite
'.-'.       the I
���spec    .      ,.   . io ai a dozen
'  nl   points.     Th*   ��� ���:  the
trters g    nted ..,������ ��� impanies
the,   ortunitlesall  .... over-cap-
d  ol   rates   foi
adered       e all   questions
iportance to the pu die. Over-
talization is th*     .: -������ of modern
' ���'��� '      ��� '     ���' I thi    mi len of paying
livid* n waten     si icl    . is!   ti
rest  on  the  public.    Exc*
'���e fan ites  will be chai ged
���   public will have to pay.
Ten   are   S3vei.
���   H -- - "���'  ������     ���
ersons issed the night on
e *l thi   :
Pui      3 seas
ig
king    '        iossibl     for tug'
eboats to ��  ti   I
, il i   w , se during
it was I
 ������     ist nig      ��� .  -
/.- ���      i dea day-
lighi      realed the fad
ten pei sons bad ��    ���  ���
���
.-������'.-���
Ifectual efforts     el
icceed*
the 1
In
ii .     . .    .
fused to        '.     ���     ittempta b
���   -  :.
ist nig
eat* foiled
the  moun    n    -   -    ���     in  thi   ���
ftern    i   i  ���     f< igain wen
���
. . ���-
��� -        :       -"'���-���   :. U ;   tussle
'���   pens  as
living v    e sal 0    t 3 o'clock.
THE ARROW PRESS��� b and
merciaJ Printing Posters Dodg -
Typewriter ci�� tlars Basil ess head"
irjg-3. Programmes el daily
NEWS BLOCK. Mrs. DOMiNY.
Prop.
TO    RENT���   F
es n
foi tion.   Hous,.    an I    -   <
al so go
Price   f"
���   :. - '��� ���       McQua
I  ' ;
IHORACE  DOR
Goldsmith    Silversmith
and Diamond Merchant
Columbia St, Next to Tram Office
THE MORNING PAPER- THE BEST ADVERTISING MEDIUM
LIGHT  YET   STRONG.
M ���   ' harles   Marcil, M.   P., depu'.j
the Commoi      ,ut th*  case
. .:��� and fori ���. b -
������������     :;'     linner in New
v     .  .. ghl  before  I ist,
1    ���    ��� ins    to lay,    rega
origin   or  theli   era ���    me
I'eop.'e   ��� ilthl il in their allegiance I i
md, but loyal flrsl    ���.
���"   ill to their ii.rive countrj
��� la  is  Independent today, anl
evi        ��� :,-������ of the word a na
ei   ��� ��� -   .. .. '���:  link  .i -  .'. th
���   Bi Itain    grow    fi in
��� -      ��m kindred    lood, from sine
ige    and     .ot* ctlon.    Thej
'.-.'..   tho g       .-.    as   aii
��� o.r iron.
Wi    ��� .     ipon the friendship ol
L'nii*     Sl ���'������- and  hope to achie ������   i
theii        ce is    i
lazzled  I be   ��������� i
the ��� ���
. the
Daily N< we
: .
Mr.   McBi
���   and
de, i
Dewd
elected in
ie-:     would
���
.
���������
This
.
ii
..  from  Victoria,
-
the
ch >ice  has
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New
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Lang'ty   lter-s.
J.   G   McA ia ms,     I      rei   Laugh
,se a valuabl
thei   lay,    The h �� -���- ba I
een sl      -      some tim*      it was
two    ��������� ���     -    gradually    gett ng
���'  ��� -      ��� - ���     lasi .Mon lay morn-
.���:'���       ist two
nin hogs, so his loss hag   ������ .:.
beavi
Miss    Lizzie    Wilkinson,    formerlj
��� :    il  l'--' Kells school, left for
New   Westn in -������*-    on   M -:. laj      She
will stay  in   Westminstei   a  daj   and
i tntin .-    -     ���   ne;  - , Ver-
1   ��� ������   -: ,:a for a :.    -
in  the Juhih it     there
W. G. Ii:.'" has once mo e s
i ��� -   Sun        - ���     .    ; ���       Kells
.
Mr. and Mr.-, ti ��� ice Wrighi o
Vancouver ar . sitii g al Mrs Hin -
for a  few day.-..
The directors oi  the  Langle;   Agri-
- - cl  '   ���:.   held   a   m* et ng
i<    Town   Hall    Langley,   on   Sat-
lay last.     It
.    - ���������   Fail   wo .  .    eh*
-   ��� ��� ireceding     ai    o     New
i nins er.    Specia        i -  will
....    -.,.   the    ������ eci   m
���" - ���    !--;   pi '���'���������   ST.5*      2n :    .- iz .-.
Ii I   prize,   ������: 5U     Thi
-      ���..,..       i    yei
."   3 the intern   a ol
m ��� , mai >��� a   lisi It i i ���
.'.������- minstei   Fal
���
I   ������ ���      of mild wi
. ���  ��� ;   roads   In   this   si
md mu tdy.
Miss   ! ..,   !���'.:.  ng   ol   '. ���'.- ���
��� ��� -   -   Va    ouver   ad  N* v   We������-
minst*.
Now is the time we close out our Fall and Winter Shoes at cut
prices. We never carry shoes from season to season. We've always
something new.
Now is the time when shoe money Does Double Duty.
The question with us is: Shall we sell all these shoes now, or next
nte We Say Now!
A=���
CLOUDBURST of BARGAINS
for instance-
The   Difference,
fimall Boy���Pa, what is the differ*
I , i ween :i i       -'    1.1 an ��� ntimist?
I'.i   Well, let m< if I can lllustr ite,
Vou kuow I am ofti id jcourn^ -,|. and
I igs don'l 1 di : i mc a - II they'd
ever go right. Well, al such I mes I
be said to '��������� a pes itnlst. But
years ago, when I was a young man,
, ., rything looked bright an I rosy, nnd
I ���.'.. - alwi ys bop I ul. , icu I was an
, ;.��� n 1st. Now, ;. a in, can you ua-
��� |, .'.iiiil the difference between a pes-
gii ii and an opl i list? Small B iy
* ih. yes; one i- un rried an I tbe "ther
Isn't- I larper's Weekly.
I
nm
iprehei    ...
'he first of  Ma The
11    ���   ��� in* ������   Ai i     goes
date, ami ii forbids the
.��� i   '"i: "'i. ���'.'��� ��� i Sunda
.'.,���   ��� lollec however, th ire
In the Aci thai tbe At-
; ��� ' i .   leneral   ,:     .,���   :'   ,, Ince  must
i   ���'    -��� ire any ] rosecutlon un lei
:  ��� I       I, lerl iken.     If   #e   are
'������,;. the  pa,,' ���.-  may dls-
apprehensions.    No Attor-
nej Gem ral likely soon to he In office
ii,  Brl Ish   Columbia   would   give  his
< <,���,-'"!���     osec iting   the   Colonist
or the News-Advertiser, unless of
' oui se, he houghl thai the prosecution   wo ild  : ill  on    some    technical
point,    Then  the II  meets .March
7.   and - again   If our   recollection  Is
ll   has   the   power  to  legalize
an Lli   Inr  \ lol iti m  of the letter
'.    \. ���  which ii ma;   thin .  mould
11   legalized   In   the   Province,    Th
i ��� -. Bouse will no do'.', thli
i   C iloni I .ii I the N
Men's $6.00 BOOTS  for $4.50
Men's    5.50       "       for    3.95
Ladies' 4.50       "       for    3.25
Ladies' 3.50       "       for   1.95
Ladies' 2.50      "       for   1.15
Children's Shoes from 25c to 1.50
Boys' Heavy School Shoes, size
1 to 5, for 1.50
Big* 3 Shoe Polish, 4 tins for 25c
i
9
* aiiKt- nt   Hia  Joy.
��� \\'l 11 are you I loklng so happy over,
old in in?"
'I nm rejo I - o er tho birth of
twine."
"Urent Scott!   I congratulate you!"
"I i ,:.'i cons tulate i ���'. Co and co i-
grntnlate V.,nns. He's the lucky mun
I never did like bim." Philadelphia In
, ',>,.������
F. CRAKE
English Watchmaker
Two   doors   from   Ceo. Adams,   Grocer
I.adies' Gold Watche3 from -^i2.7"> up
Gentlemen's Silver Watches, open
face, $6.00
den' lemen's Sil, i r Watchi s, doul Ie
case. .*T.tjH ut*
Agenl fcfr the celebral ,: South Bend
Watches, supplied to the Wellman Arc-
.��� E���.��� edition.   All warranted.
I I ains, liir^,. ���!�� we] y, i tc.
\\a;.' n | airh a;   ! a ������        asoi
If you would like to secure some of these good things, don't pul
off your coming, but    (^(")IV/iF     AT
 . ��� j	
l
JOH
BIG SHOE HOUSE,
m^ ��
New Westminster
I
"���J^-._>^,.'.v-*��.^' ���'���'��� .���-..���������� iT-
r3-4Y'
FE3.   23,   1307.
.SW-J35T
THI] DAILY NEWS
THE
CASH 5T0R
I i!2 Daily Details
��������       i ��� ���, 	
COTTONS
more���February and March an growing to be sun ner
amaking months of the year. Women who love exclusive, rare
,n. ,,; cottons,  know  that  they   are  shown   here.
���.nl3 vv0   !  Is  to say  that  �� ��� are  read:   with   the  pre tie i  , >:-
iii , ii   textures Imaglnahl*
For cut flowers, bridal bouquets and
funeral designs, 'phone Ti ly, the Flor-
���   . A184.
o have  , tennis club, i combination of artists who have earn-
loi   themselves a  brillianl   reputation
in  England, where they have enjoyed
an unbroken record of sucesses.
The company Includes the following
Th,- Hurley Lumber compan> Is pre-   prominent    English   artists:    Roland
paring  to open   up an office  In  this   Henry,  a   musical   sketch     comedian
city. from Daly's theatre. London, who will
... ' be remembered  as having been asso-
''"���'   dated with the Canadian tour of thei
Meistei   Glee  Singers;  Thomas  Walls,
a   character  artisl   whose    humorous
The   Torpedo   Freighting   and  Tug ! Scoi 'i     impersonations    are     highly
company's small tug, the Orillia, wa    sP��ken of; Percival Mackenzie,;! light-
in pori yesterday. ning   cartoonist,   who also   gives   im-
pr*   -ion pictures in colored chalks In
Two llun  ' '! :",J- '���'���'���"��� broughl in   the record time of 60 seconds;  Pender,',. Price, a magnificent  tenor who
ONLY 2 DAYS MORE
123 fflUSKSKEFEXaiE
�� AND  THEN  WE   CLOSE  OUR |
I GIGANTIC  Double Header SALE I
with .,   ii iw loa I of coal for the
works.
So if you want to save your money, don't waste j
| time, but secure tiie best bargains while there's time |
Linoleums and Oilcloth...
I
a
y,
��� a!   Chinese dealers,
Ti
In   V\.  J, Ki
��� :.   sa >'
tonif hi and gel a hunch ol .- ip ie I in
has toured with .Madame Patti; Hen
��� 'a ."ri of the ('arl Rosa Opera Co.;
Ilenr;.   Luscombe from the  Savoy and
V worth 80c, 75c, 70c, 60c, 55c, and 50c, ;���;
:���: going at  60c, 55c, 50c, 45c, 40c and 35c. 3
*���' H
;���; Some good Chairs, worth 75c, at       48c J
;���; Rockers, worth $7, at    $3.75 $
H
Cotton Voiles, For Instance
��� Fa n Ic i, with a       mud  work of lati Ic*    ,voi        . >���
.. .  .\ i! I roses; plain   ground     *'lt!    i
 '. lie
Swiss Flowered Organdies,      plain      grounds,      ������.   ,ed
. . ked grounds,  with rosi flowei
��� | ms  ol   greens,  pinks,  bines ���       I iven lers
                        2r.c,  35c,   10c, 50c  ancl  60c
.���ii-. N'alnsooks and   Pe:   lan Lawns,    in  pure while, soft,
splendid for wash,  dresses; pi    \ li 1 15c, :    . I!5c to50c
.. less expensive ones i   ,.     Anglo    Swiss    with   lots and
dowered   Ha*i-���.��� s 12%c i r.d !"ic
A  Woman   Can    Never
Have Too iVIany Waists
svhen   she can gel  tl     i al three I >r lhe price of two.
Is time It's a sale of manufacturer's samples.     Vou know  what
wans    Just one of a kin I and sure to be well made;  may be
Ave or nlnetj different  kinds���made of nun's veiling, lustre,
r ench fancy walstlngs, Delainette, etc., in a complete range
-    A few made in Petei   Pan styles; others in other popular
V ..       ���;... following special   prices;      85c, $1.15. $1.35, $1.95 and
*.::':: worth $1.25 to $3.50.
. . ngtl
I .  . During ^.s
P u    ofll  ���     .'
nd  Friday only in
each ft* e];, from r': 10 a.m. to 2:30 f. . .
rch ]     .i. xt.  B. G. WALKER, C.M.C,
A'd. ii".. not yet been able to
,: ��� mi  of  horses
���   the  board of works, although he
ieen   ravelling for two days, and
oul fifty horses during the
: - "���   The chairman of the board of
has jusi ahout   lecide I thai the
team  he nee Is is al   Ladner, and he
|   " ill  mali i anotl  trip there  for the
purpose of making a purchase.
For a nice bunch of Violets or i ar-
��� -a -.  :''. phone T.  1 laA .<���-  ,^  Son,
Fl irlsts.    T* I.   B20S.
The B. C. Power & Elei trie company, limited, has file I an application
in the water commissioner's office for
3, niners'  inches  of water.    The
water it to be taken from the Squam-
Isl river and the Jeackamisth river
ami iis tributaries. The water is to
used in the carrying out of a plan
"hich the company has formulated of
building and operating a huge plant
| for generating electricity, for heating,
lighting  and   power  for   manufactur-
A  Barricaded  Ballroom.
In   order   to   prevent   couples   from
I ug out" in a ,lance given recently
bj , Preston Tennis club.the novel
expedient of placing barbed wire
across the corridors leading from the
ball room was adopted. This was
kei nlj resented by many of the guests
wh le others treated it as a joke.
II eventually became known thai
tin wire was nol placed there by the
managers of the dance, but wns the
ou come of a practical joke on the
pari of some of the young ladies.
��
ft
��
ll
LEE'
.��
clock, <  innii     ,m   T,":>'s ,hl'al|vs:  Gavln Wood '"'   '"
��� -:-��� coin, , ,   .. !{" ';' ��i,era Ho^e, covem .ia,,.,',,., j ATattjnp- worth 30c, to-dav only 14c yd. *
i and   . very clever pianist, David .Mor-     >; �� ' ;���;
.ii India    fro .......      ton
���   ' k   1)1 !:,..;i
cou   ir which he had kil-!
A  Barricaded  Ballroom. I    j��;     M r^       ���"* ^*h ~ "   >:
iJLILCi  O      EMPORIUM   |
FURNITURE I
EMPORIUM
:���:
$ Dupont Block
New Westminster
Tel. 73 >
tg3i!!il8i!lti!&S^^
Opera  House Bookings.
Feb. 28���The English Concert Co.
Mar.   li���A Cowboy's Girl.
Mar. 16���My   Wife's  Family.
Mar. 22���Creston Clark.
Choice Creamery BUTTER
l-lb. Bricks 35c per Ib.
=====  OR   IN 	
14-lb. boxes at 321 per Ib.
AT
ADAMS & DEANS
��� THE CITY GROCERY ���
Blaine:   E.   Hope, Agasslz
Forster,   Whonnock;   <;.   H.     Turner,
ing, in Ins; rial   and   mechanical    pur-1 ...      ,,,,,, ,,       m
Matsqui;   I . .1.  Buynson, (.ape Town,
ises.     The difference in altitude i
Hotel  Guests.
Guichon���R. C. Small, A. S. Stewart, Vancouver; 11. R. Ross. Victoria;
F. .1. Marshall, Vancouver; H. H. Curtice, London. (JUL; Mr. and Mrs Geo.
D. Slater, Vancouver; A Sutherland,
Nelson; Mrs. .1. i.i. McBride, Cran-
brook.
Windsor���Charles  H.   Iiahl. Blaine; !
W. H. Fadden, Upper Sumas; X. Pren-
dergast, Blaine; Mrs Morion, Cl%yton;J ���������������������������������������������������������������<
Moses  Ball,    Ruskin;    .lames    Scott,! ���
Thomas    +
Established IMS
Incorporated 1906
about uOCl feet, and the water will he
conveyed to the required spol hy
means of  dams,   pipes,    flumes    and
S. A.
Colonial���M.      Stewart
Lloydmin-
^ tstaoiislieu  1BBI umuipuittieu  iwu ^
! Gilley Bros, m I
in in
ster; R. .1. Morrison, chiiliwack; .1. A.
McNeill,   Hammond;   R.   Stewart.   A.
I
THSMIT
267 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW  WESTMINSTER
'hii        ternoon i
I Phillips, X. A. Baxter, R. J. Esplen, F.
football    match   '���  Hutchins,  Vancouver;   E,  Wissen,   X
Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS IN
Letween    Xew    Westmlnstei     Rovers   Ferndals,  Wash.;   D. IX Winter. Van
couver,
���    WELLINGTON     LUMP    CO*XL
II.   I,.  Edmonds, who  was recently
mrd   compelled to return to the St. Mary's
WELLINGTON  WASHED  NUT
AND PEA  COAL.
:, ; ��� he  Westh ini Islanders protuis ���.���
,e one of : he   I est   games of the
lason,   Both teams are in goo I condition,  and   have   been  training
for  the fray ,    = ������     ,
miewhai  handicapped  on  acouni   tif   ' * remain at thai Institution for some   +   CUMBERLAND FORGE CCAL.
MANIT03A   WOOD   FI3P.E.
*
���
m
���a
*
*
���
���    COMOX COAL AND CCKE.
The local team will be   hospital for treatment, will be obliged    ���
TENDERS
at
these
Fioires
2 Lots on Fourth Street,
1 Lot on Princess Street,
2 Lots close to Fourth, St.
2   "    West End, each   .
Bach S200
.   .   200
each 215
. . 200
.   . 160
20 "   near Park, each    .   .
LOOK   UP  THESE   PROPOSITIONS
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
"Tho r t       j c       ���   r ��    " New  Westminster
'��e tarm Land Specialists, nt-u
��� ,.  of  the   regulai   players   being   '-aie as he has developed inflamatorj
to   appear on  the  field, and   rheumatism,
having   to   draw   upon  the   Interme.l    ' "    '     '
team for spare men, bui e\ n
v Ith this draw baok, thej expei i to
heat the Iwys from the Islan i. L -
lhe rella I* ��� ick. is laid up in
ll, hospital, suffei ng from an Injury
in his leg, and Ills absence will be
notii e I i efore the same !;
very long in progrei s The learn has
i   ���   yel    ieen   si lei I ��� i.   but   the   foi-
players  will take pari  In  the      Terms, one-third cash and the bal-
tcli:  Davidson, k. Turnbull, I.Turn-   ance [n si\ and twelve months, with
hull,   Peele,   Anderson,   Canfield,  Am-   interesl al  seven per cent.
11   ...   i\  ,'   Brown,',    i '-'  a, in I oth
T   '.,;-  ,vi!l       ,      ai    Ihree      Tenders  Mus1   ! compained   b5
I a certified checque eqttivalenl to five
1   >  sharp. .   ,    ,.,       .
:, ;��� cenl oi the bi i ma le.
The highes or an; tender nol ne-
i essarlly aoceyted,
MALINS, COULTHARD & CO. Ltd.
Esti te  A   uts.
Xew Westminster, B, C,
NOTICE.
The public Is her,'',' notlfle I thai
l Captain Watt, master of the ship
Chelmsford, will not be responsible
for any debts that may be contra, ted
l >  the crew of tho said ship.
(Sgd.) CAPTAIN WATT,
J VANCOUVER PORTLAND CE-
J MENT.
��� This   celebrated   Cement   is
��� used by nearly ail lartre contract-
��� ors in the Province.
I
ROSECANK   LIME.
NEW   BRUNSWICK  PLASTER.    ��
���
*
���
MANTEL   %
LIVERPOOL  SALT.
COMMON  BRICK.
PRESSED  FACE  BRiCK.
FIRE  BRICK.
FIRE     CLAY     and
BRICK.
From the Clavburn Clay Co
SEWER   PIPE.   DRAIN     TILE.   ��
���
���
SAND. CRUSHED ROCK.
Will he i ��������� eive 1 by the undersigned
t^o noon on Tinti-sday, 2S FebruatT, j       ephones. office 16,   Manager's Residence 22 X
1907,  for the  purchase  ol   Lol  30 m T            r                                        to                                            j
City Block ]���". upon which is situated ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���
a  large two storey residence. .                           ���
Market Visitors.
Gi
rowing llppreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
^=== Sugar Cured =====
Breakfast Mams and Bacon
Tin      il nwing   wi re   aotlced   i'i   ':
tendance  al   ye     ' I t: s   market:   A. ���
1,18, i.aiule;. ; li. Loaf, Glen Valh". :
,   j,!   ,.. on, Ac ml   li huian;  A.  M
,.,   .,,,.    I.   M, ',���'.,'U.'.ie.   I. -��11 -" " >    I'-'
s   .1. Posi 111.'. H ills Prairie; S. Gray.
,,, ���;  Ro   I;   ���:.  Wiggins,   tl.  Hanson
p .: rio;   \:  L*   ,'.on   Sll\    lal
l    j. An lei on, S in . ; J. ���i''-i!
| scatl Roa I; Gem ;e il irdy, Tynehea I;
j K   Reese   Woo Iward i;  James   Vn lej
son;   I.aiule  .    ���    lack,   Scotl   Road;
j ,.   ,: ���,  Accord;   D,  Ketzel, T.
.  ..,.  ,      :   ii   . ,1, Plllatt, Bon Ac
,.,,;  Hans Volsand, Surrey;  vV. Heo
,   i adner; T. I irster, Glen Valley;
..   V-, i   Bon  Accord; II  Stoney, South
v;   .tminster;  ,1. M"��'l��h.v, Cloverdale;
,   Ken   .    Kei    i     "     Prairies;    D,
.   ��� sunbury; C   v Carncross, Ken-
 n   Prairie;   Mrs.   ES.   Crawford,
���,;,   Helta:    9.    P II "���    l^atlnel"      ('
ikland,   Porl   Moody:    J.    L������"'.
.   ,tii; ,i. .1. Ford, ISnsl  Delta; C, D5,
Barnston Island.
Tne Scarlet  Mysteries
IS
WD
This poncerl corapanj
[���]    sday,   The
i from London,
NOTICE.
.  9
Re   A.   M.   Malins.   decease 1.
All persons having claims againsi
the late Alfred Melville Malins arc requested to hand same (duly verified)
tn the undersigned on or before the
first day  of  March,  1907.
ARTHUR MALINS.
W. IN. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
RINGS! RINGS!!
The mosl Beautiful Selection of Rings ever
imported into the city are now on view in
our store on Columbia street. :       :      :       :
DIAMONDS      EMERALDS      TOPAZ      AGATE
RUBIES       PEARLS      SAPPHIRES      GARNETS
AMETHYSTS      OLIVINES
in solitaire, twin, three and assorted settings
WEDDING RINGS       KEEPERS      GENTS' SIGNET
RINGS in bewildering profusion
W. C. Chamberlin
The Jeweler
Columbia St.
.... the i ical boards |
:  - a plea\ n l ev.mn Bloc*  New vya��tmln��t��r, B.C.
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
A.   HARDMA
Plumbing and Contracting
P. O. Box 248
o
Telephone 302 THE DAILY NEW^
SATURDAY.
FEB
23.
C.
^
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
Specials for Saturday
^B HGHv9vNK?VVFrflff��9F4^flBV,SHHMMiflfl   HMHHHHB HI *^^r^'OW^Wf'^B��MrWBWWHBi iBB Hi^BBHH9WllMli^HHi^HBHKW0HDB       i^ifl
1907,
$500 has been expended nr    .
locator  may, upon  '     .,, Pau|, the 1
made and upon comply ? ,silrvey
requirements,   pure!,...    '���-, ."other
$i.oo an acre.                      e  land at 1
Permission may 1,   ... .
Minister   of   the    1- d bY thet
Men's
Suits and Overcoats at Half Price
Pants, 85c a pair
Canvas Gloves, 4 -pairs for 25c
Men's Cotton Sox, 5c a pair
Men's Wool Sox, 2 pairs for 25c
Boys' Underwear, 55c a suit
Men's Leather Lined Shoes, $1.90 a pair
Odd lines of Shoes, regular $2 to $2.50,  foi
Men's Ties, 5c
Big' Reductions
each.     White Handkerchiefs,
on every line in the store.
$1.20 a pair
2 for 5c
L
Westminster   Clothing
DAVE  GROSSMAN,   Proprietor
TAKE NOTICE thai application has
been made tn register Edgar L, Webber as the owner in Fee Simple, under
a fax Sale Deed from the Reeve and
Clerk ni' Surrey, m Edgar I.. Webber,
bearing the dale Bth day of January,
A.H. 1901, of all and .singular lhat certain parcel or tract of land nnd premises situate, lying nnd being in the
Districl of New Westminster, in the
Province  of   British   Columbia,  mure  Territory: Placer m i
particularly known and described as
I.nts 1 and 2 of Block 10, subdivision
of South   East     quarter    Section    1",
Township l.
WaMMM*MMMMMSMW"'i:r'A"!     tl,    1,.
claims containing in ., , l0cate
copper, in the Yuki '    ���  '-,
area not exceeding p , ���'' of an
The   patent   for  a   ,
shall   provide   for   thi 7""0nl
Royalty of 2* per,,   '     /   ''' ��f
of the  products of the
.le sales |
bon.
PLACER MINING
.he  N.  W. T.. excepting theYuk^
ims gen
-nitoba and!
erally  are  ioo  feet  square, entn/T
$5, renewable yearly.        , ������.'( K
Saskatchewan River c!a '
bar   or   bench,   the  for, '.
feet long and extend e  B, ����
muum    .      ,                           .     ,   and low  water mark. ,.    ."'���
you and each ol you are required dudes bar diggings, I
to  contesi  the  claim of the tax   pur-  to the base of the hill nr I
chaser within   thirty   days   from  the exceeding  iooo  feet.     ,\ .. .,   '
-' ��- the  nrst  publication  of  ihis ^b^bSed.^5 fcet *
this
otherwise I shall register lid
notice, otherwise I shall register Ed-      Dredging in the River*   f\[
I a'ar  I..  Webber, as owner  thereof in and the N, W. T., ,
fee.     And!   hereby order  thai   pub- kon Territory���A free i may 0h I
llcation of this notice for fifteen   lavs <ain ' nly two 'eases    :'
in   a    daily    newspaper    publl     ,   I    al f?'   "   " T"   ��'    '
v       ,,��� mi  , , ''ll)le '���" ,!,e discrcti, n
New   Westminster   will  be   good   and ���, ���.e  Interior,
��� sufflcient ; en ice thereof. .,.,     .        .     .  ,    .
DATED at the Land Registry Oldie* J^      , ' /      '
New   Westminster,   Province  ol   ti ll > . v,w any |ow ,,. ,. f
Ish Columbia, this  17t)i day of Jan i f, r nrSt y-ar and ?io ���
���i I
I
'i:i'i'.,^mmmmm^m^m^^^^^
C. S. KEITH.
District  Regis
To Thomas Jeffries,  Esq.
All pers,i,is se: ved �� ith ' his  notl
and those claiming through or under
them, and ail persons claiming an., interest In the s.n'd land by virtue ni an*
unregistered instrument, and nil   n
sens   claiming   any  interesi   In     the
said   land   I y     descent     whose     title
is      nol ���     registered      un ler      ;
previsions of the 'Land Registi
shall  be  forever estopped  and debar
red   from
I
'
such I
^anie
subsequent   year.      Koyaltv
mining, H	
! icer milling in the '.
ritory- Greek, gulch, riv i
claims   shall  not  ex eed feet in
length, measured on the ','
general   direction   of   the
gulch, the width  be ii n iooo to
2000   feet.     All   other   pla er claims
hall be 250 feet square.
Claims   are   marked   by   two legal
posts,  one  at  each  end, bi   1      no.
tices.    Entry must be obt ��� .,
claim  is   within ten!
A<1-     ten   days   if  the
Alex. Speck's
Second Hand Store
miles of the mining reci rdei
letting up any  claim  to or  One extra day allowed for ea
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
SPROTT-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LI.MI TED.
336 Hastings St. W-, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-rtve   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
P. J. SPROTT, B. A., Principal
ALEX. SPECK'S TO I LET
Sign  Man  on  Wheel. M.     	
SoapS
Columbia St.
Phone 275
New Westminster.
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
tk?c, &c.
Prices
25c per doz.
to $1 a cake
EYES   TESTED    FREE
IVtOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
SOUS 10 ORDER,
PUNTS TO
. . . $17.00
. . . .   3.00
REDUCTION
MARVELOUS ^^^^^^
until March 1st, L907.
Plenl v of Goods to select from, of the
Latest Patterns.
Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded.
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
24 7 Front Street   -     New Westminster
OPEN EVENINGS.
Ryall's
DRUG   STORE
Westminster iron Works
GENE tAL MACHINE AM) UJNU1NB
WOKK.
SHIP SMITHING, BKlJJUJJi and
STR1 CTURAL IKON    WOKK.
Ornamental   Iron   Worn,  including
Peaces, (lutes, Fire Escapes, etc.
Mall orders and correspondence in-
JOHN REID,
BEGBIM btkJjMUT.
New Westminster. V, u. 474.
FRIDAY'S MARKET REPORT
The markel yesterday was well at
tended and was very near being uo
the old-time standard. The markel
bui|ding was pretty well taxed and
tbe throng of buyers was much large:
than it has been for tbe past few
weeks. The various river boats which
are now in full running order, ;il!
came up to the market wharf and
contributed a share of produce of va -
'lens descriptions.
There was as usual a get I offering
of beef which found a ready sale.
Lasl   w* ek's   prices   pn vailing.
A few carcass* s of mutton wen  oi
fered and found quick purchasers!    A
numb* r 1 f th*   Praser Valley ranchers
are bei iming wide awake to the greal
a,nd growing demand for mutton ano.
are planning to increase I      a imbi 1
of the Hocks of she,';; on th* ii ranchi -
!'(���: li  was offere I in fair q lantities
mil  ilie price paid  was  the  - ime as
that   of  lasl   week.    V< al   was  som ������
w ..:'  mon   : leni Iful than II h is  u* en
.,:: 1 the  top  price  dropped a quartei
1  cent.    Demand  was good.
As forecasted last week, 1 ggs wei,
numerous   and  wholesale! -  loa led  up
���ates  and   baskets  al   25c   |ie;
'1 ':������ retail pi Ice also dropped
than last
DRINK MORE,   EAT  LESS.
.1 In respeel of the said land so sold foi
I taxes as provided by the "Lan I Regis
try Act"
Ad* ire  For ThoNi-  Willi   It hell noil i*m.
(..nil.  Ki'/.-ijki  :��nil   \<-ii rn I*; in.
If people would lake less nutrition
and drink more water, there would bo
less rheumatism, gout, eczema and
neuralgia In the world. Tbe most frequent cause of these derangements is
an excess of nutritive materials. The
blood is surcharged with salts that
are not needed in the system.
The doctors are trying to remedy
these diseases by giving something to
eliminate the salts, such ns purgatives,
diuretics and solvents of various
kinds. The rational way, however, to
cure such affections is to stop the
cause. Uriuk more water; eat less
meat and concentrated foods. This
shuts off the supply of urates in tbe
blood.
Those who take active exercise iu
tiie open air every day require a greater amount of nutrition
UNO REGISTRY ACT.
tional ten miles or fraction.
The  person or company staking i|
claim  must hold  a  free miner's
tificate.
The   discoverer   of  a  new  1
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    entitled   to   a   claim   of   iooo   feet ._
'  length, aand if the  party    01  ists   il
TAKE NOTICE that  an  application   two, 1500 feet altogether, on :���[
has been made to register .lames Lord   put  en   which   no   royalty    shall   bfl
as the owner in  Fee Simple, under a   charged  the rest of tbe party ordin-j
Tax   Sale  Deed   from   the   Mayor  and   ar>' claims onlv. 	
Treasurer of the City of New  West-      Entry iee $10.    Royalty at the ratel
minster, to   Patrick  T.   Howler,   bear-   of two and one-half   per cent, on the|
Ing daie the 18th day of August, A.D.
11*02. of all  and  singular
parcel or tract of land and premises
situate, lying and  being  in  the  Cltj
of New Westminster, in the Province
of British Columbia, more particularly
known and  described as  Lots  1"  and
11, Block "U" St. Patrick's  Square.
Vou  and  each  of you  are   required
value  of  the  gold   shipped  from t.u,e
that certain  ject to the rights of al! pel
have, or who may receive entries I -
liar  diggings or bench cl;. ms, en ept
on   the   Saskatchewan   River,   .���
the   lessee   can   dredge  to  higl   n
mark r.n each alternative li iseholi
The  leasee  shall  have  a   In .
operation within one season li m thej
date  cf the  lease  for each  !'. 1    1
    Not only do .
they use up the nutritive materials In ! ^^^^^^
muscular exercise,  but Ibe amount of   notlce' Otherwise     1
oxygen inhaled because of their actlv- | James I   as  ownei
11,11c  i,1   tij
i 10 contesi   ihe  claim of the  tax  pur-  but  where a person  cr coi ;   ny
chaser within forty-five days from the  obtained   more   thr.n       lease one
date  of   (he   first   publication  of   this   dredge  for each fifteen miles
iheir
���!'','' I ^^^^^^	
',���   ; .    . ��� r dozen,  15c lowe
v.,���>���!.'- low* -1 price.    The ������ 1 ��� m s m-
shim   has   had  a  good  1 ffei 1  < n  the
mem ei    of 1 he  leu   uopulatii n an l
I:.   .  are working ba ': ti   maki    in Cor
ime.
Tiie;,.  was  a   fair  offering of  fowl
for a';,' k* 1 pui 10 ��� - which were easily
sold an I a quautitj of goo 1 breeding
���  ���   iilso ol fei ��� tl     Th re  v, as
oil"      1 l   I of exc* . -iit  Mown  lea:-
I    .1   roosters,
Ities thoroughly oxidizes the urates and
changes them in urea. If the blood is
loaded with urates they are very likely to crystallize, especially in those
portions of the body where tbe circulation is the least mid the temperature
Is the lowest, such ns the elbows, ankles,  the toes and  lingers.
Drink   more   wider;   eat   less   food.
This  is  a  prescription  that  is  worth
i more to such people than all the drugs
in the world. .Shut offi the source of
urate   poisoning   and   tbe   effects   of
' urate poisoning will disappear.���Exchange.
number    ol   which
ednp ,., Van-
0*     untou ' ��� i
11
SAWMILL SITES,    TIMBER LIMITS,
AWMILL and LOGGING MACHINERY
AND SUPPLIES,
E. W. JOHNSON    :
Korim 4, Guichon Block I cioverdaie
Surrey Municipality.
Tenders Wanted
T* n lei s v, ill be received until next
1 ,, 1 ting Of the council, 1 March 2nd 1
fei repairs to Huntley Bridge, across
N'lcomecklo River.
Plans and Spi 1 Iflcal Ions can be
Been at the home of Councillors Sullivan,  Johnston,  Rood.
1.0",esi or any tender nol necessar-
II)  ;" cepted.
E. M. CARNCROSS, C.M.C,
B. ('., Feb. 14, 1907, '
'.  :��� '.    In ks  n ffered   for suit
,    . - eedily
A uiimbi    of hoxe   of 1 li   .-���  a]    e
were    ffered ami
quoted.    There was  ��� ���      1
1  no  ol  ,:     stock belnv
ly.    There wa
, ,<i-1
l^l^^^^^^^^^M
The    orisi i' stands  were gay  with
variou     '. iwers,   among   w hich   were
rn     ed 1 he  fragrunl   \ lolet,   chry
them in.    and  snowdrops.
Quotations.
Beef, hind quarters, v '^c to 9c  Ib
'.-... foi ' quar eis, 5Vic to 6V&1   I
Veal,     III'    lO    I I '...I'    II).
Pork, 10c to lOVfcc p..
M itton, 13c to  11c  lb.
Potatoes, $1S, to $20 ion.
BggS, 30c dozen.
Butter, 30c to 35c Ib.
Fowl,   $8   to   $9   doyen.
Chickens, $7 to $8 dozen,
Ducks, .$11 to $12 dozen.
Geese, $1.1'.", each.
Apples, $1,20 to $1.60 box.
Onions,  $1.50 suck.
Xew   Hours  have Just   hi en 1    |   ;,,
lhe stalls at  Xo.  I  in,, hall, th    fire
men putting In n busy day ,,  -.
fin! fling up the Job.
Took  Him  Down a  Peg.
The young doctor to whom lhe
/Esciilnpian oath was Greek rooked
contemptuously nt the old woman
who had come to the uptown hospital where ho was nn interne to inquire about lier sop.
"He has cerebro neurosis, I told
. VOU oilce." lie saiil.
"Oil, dear," said the woman, for
she was nol as ornatel)' educated aa
the youn/ physician, "is it us bad as
that ?   New���whal do you call ii ?"
"Neuro is,"   sai I    the   surgeon.
"1', n'i   1   talk   plai 1   enough   for
0 .:���"
"Is it anything like ni rvous prostration?" inquired the woman.
"You will pardon me, sir. My education -.';! along literary rather
than si enl.'-  lines."
"That's v,'. ,: ne 1 all it," said
the young physician as he ;.- it ready
to make a run for tho ambulance at
dm door.���New York Telegram, '
Feeling Cvernrowded.
It was doubtlcsi Mrs. Howe's
"sympathetic nature," to which she
eonstantly referred, that made her
tarry so many burdens which did
Dot belong to lier. lier Bufferings
were many, but the statement of
them often roused her family to
mirth.
"How's your head thic morning
my dear!'"' inquired Mr. Howe one
morning  in   a   properly  solicitous
tone.
"It's no better," came in a hoi
low voire from behind tho teapot.
"It won't be any lull ir while i
can't get Cousin John's lungs and
Mary'a china and mother*! eyes and
Ilarrii t's wisdom teeth out oi' it fct
one minute."
And I hereby certify thai publication
of this notice tor thirty days in a
daily newspaper published    al    N'ew
. Westminster will   be  .no- cl   and   suffl-
: cienl service 1 hereof.
D ITED at the Land Registrj Office
Xew Westminster, Province of British Columbia ibis 1st day of February,  A. n.   1907.
C. S. KEITH.
District   Ri sisti
To Henry Elliott, Esq.
All person,, served with this
and those claiming through 01 under
them, and all persons claiming any
interest in the said land by virtue of
any unregistered instrument, and all
persons claiming any Interesi In the
said land by descent, whose title ;-
not registered under the provisions of
the "Land Registry Act," shall be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or In respect
of the said  land  SO sold  for taxes
shall    register  tion thereof is sufficient.    Rental, Iioj
thereof in fee.   Pcr annum for    each    mile   1 : rivttj
leased.     Royalty at  the rati   of I   j
and a half per cent, collected |
output after it excel Is $tc
Dredging in the Yukon Ten I
Six leases of live miles each may be|
granted to a free mintr for a 1 tn
jo year-; also renewal le.
The   lessee   shall   have   one
in   operation   within   two   y*   1     '
the date of the lease, and om
for  each   five  miles   within  -ix y trs
from such date.    Rental $100 per mile
'1 ukon   Territory   to   be  paid  to tl
1 lice,  comptroller.
The lessee's righl is c* nfined to the
submerged bar or bars in the rivet
below low water mark, that boundary to be fixed by its position on the
ist day of August in the yraf 1 I th*
date of thc  lease.
I ag   Provided by the "Land Reglstr}
No free miner shall receive 1 ���    :
of  more   than   one   mining  cl
each   separate   river,   creek   01   .
but   the   same   miner   may   hold    ':
number  of  claims   by   purchase, and
free   miners   may   work   their     ���   ''
 .   in   partnership   by   filing   notice   ���"���'<
paying fee of $2.     A claim may be
Disposal 1 abandoned   and   another  obtained on
Act.
Synopsis of Regulations foi
M^oTa^e��N?rt?we^ ^ ^ -^k'  *u!ch  ��r ^
and .he Yukon TerritoryTtrn,0neS  *'V,"K "0t,ce and P��� a fc'
COA'
by
-Coal   lands  may    be    pur
chased  at $io  per  acre  for  soft   coa
and  Sk-o  for  anthracite.     Nol   1 'c
than 3JO acres can be acquired by one
individual or company. Koyaltv at
the rate of ten cents per ton of 2000
pounds shall be collected on the gross
output.
QUARTZ���Persons of eighteen
years and over and joint stock com-
pnnics holding free miners' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining location.
Work   must   be   done   on   1   c
each year to the valui     f
A   certificate   thai    .'. ���
more  abandoned,  anad open  to occti|
and < ntry by a free miner.
be
The b mndaries of a claim m .
defined absolutely by having .
made  and   publishing  notices  in ;"
Yukon  (Ifficial  Gazette.
Petroleum���mi unappropiated Dominion Land- in Manitoba, th
west Territories and wilhin the Yukon
Territory, are open to prospecting for
petroleum, and the minister may re-
or company
be
machinery on the land to be
ted, an area of I'V" acres far
,f!,ul   tc   I-,.,   mi,.-   Hpride.   t.;t'
A free miners certincate is granted
five I!?0" ye-ars' not exceeding!serve  for  an  individua
*ve, upon payment in advance of $7.So ' having m
per annum for an individual, and fro?! prospfet
accorl,'!,,00,pcral.,m1,mf'"- a company,   such   period   as   he   mav   decide.
according to capital. length of whkh sha]] ���,,- excecd ,!,ree
free miner, having discovered times the breadth, Should the pre-5"
^'uerni in place, may ioc.-,i(. a c]aim pector discover oil in paying quan;
��� aooM^oo feet by marking out the H'"'". and satisfactorily establish such
same with two legal posts, bearinir I discovery, an area not exceeding ' ���"
"cation notices, one at/each end 01 acrt's. including the oil well, will be
"*e line of the lode, or vein. sold to thc prospector at tile rate of
���   ���     ,[ the
I he claim shall  be recorded  within I ^  nn ncrf' aml t,K'  rema'nt'er '
mwwm- ��� ' tract   reserved,   namely,   i-'Ko   .'ere
. . ... a.mii ue recorded wilhin
fifteen days if ocatcd within ten miles
of a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction. The
fee for recording a claim is $S.
At least $100 must be expended on
the  claim  each  year  or paid  to  the
^^"e.rt^ru^^^l^^*
  be sold at the rate of $.1 an acre,
subject to royalty at such rale a! ��';l>'
be specified by Order in Council.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of tue la JRDAV
FEB.  23,
1907.
PROFESSIONAL
3 EDMONDS. Barris-
fl,BlTr, and solicitors, Blackie Blk.,
��� i street, Xew Westminster.
,'oll"11\V|,���'.",'- ���''������ "��� L- Edmonds.
M, p haMI'TON BOLE, solid-
, ��� of the supreme court. Offices
ft n Bank of Commerce build-
CaD:",l'l',|ii!i"''; ��� street' "I'P0""6 Post
il��5'    v.w  Westminster.    Money  to
Ice, 'N<;w
loan- .	
filARTlN. WEART fi McCVARRIE
P barristers
solicitors, etc.        Of
IV Westminster, Trapp Blk.,
���celi:   'clarkson  and   Lorne  streets.
IC0>ser...���, rooms 21 to 24. 445 Gran
yjBCOl
uver,
,i >seph Martin, K. C, j
ville street. ���:   ,-; McQuarrie,  H.
ff- W;   Mr   Martin wl*  be in tha
jggUer' offices every Friday at
ternoon
Hr��� ,y   i>i-;iD &  BOWES, Barris-
.P'rs ' solicitors,   etc.,   42   Lorne
!'!trwt  opposite   Court   House.   New
ffestnihister.   A
2)1.
Whealler,  P.O. Box
nciROK E  MARTIN, Barrister and
(,!  "��� . ���   , Guichon block, Colum-
|W ,   ,'M Kenzie streets. New West-
[ill:���'���.   ''' 	
THE DAILY NEWS
THEATRICAL TEMPESTS.
Remember, in two months' time that property
you are thinking about now will in all probability be out of your reach as an investment.
What s the use of delaying?   Buy to-day and sell to-morrow.   Spring is
almost here, and with it is coming new industries, new sawmills, Capital
nd Labor.
Note the New Address-FRONT, ST.       Tel. 333.
One Lot 56x132 ft, on
Queen's Av., north side,
S.E. cor. block 6, S. block
5. Price $1,000, half cash,
bal. G per cent. Lane on
back of lot.
LOTS    OF     LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near  the  Bridge
Cheap
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & Tth Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
half cash, bal. in 6 mos.
One acre in block 9, between 18th and 16th St.
on Sth Ave. Price $750,
1-3 cash, bal. easy.
-ol   11 on  Fifth aven u
sub 9. $300 cash.  ��� _.
feel   by   132 feet
lt, 10
size
I    M/ERS GRAY, Barrister, Solicitor
Pu ilic, in practice since
L its IT,  IS, 19, 20, 21,
si eel  and  Sth avenue;
���:'-'. ���.   1  Inside lots 1200
$1j50,  cash.    Single  lots
fai ������ oi   IC
er lots
each, Price
al   ��� ish,
-'u storey house, in rooms, also
mo rn improvements; lol 66x132;
l;;i      ���  back; pari of lol set oul with
' a    in. I    nice    lawn.    Price
$2,7;o. $1,500 cash, balance 6 and   12
��� ���' li    al 7 per cent.
li
��� N'ew
Westminster. B.C.   Of-
ed to Curtis Block, Clark-
opposite   Court. House.
I j Box     i.   Telephone 64,
���OAftD OF TRADE.���New Westmin-
ttr Board of Trade meets in the
; Room, City Hall, as follows:
bj, i V ednesday of each month.
Quarterly meetings on the second
;;.    . of      February,     May,
iUgust and November, at 8 p. m.
','.';. i meetings on the Becond
.,. ., |ay of February. N'ew
���. ��� . may be proposed anil
... .,, al any monthly or quarterly
c���..,.    k. K. Wh.��e. Sec.
SECRET   SOCIETIES
Full size I  lol  in  Sappei ton,  fa, n
Brunette  street.    Price $150  ;ash.
2-storey house, 7 i iom       al li   flush
closet, furnished, hoi and col I water;
sC feet   facing 4th avenue   and    3rd
ti  ��� '     10 feet.    Prici' $2,400. i/2 cash
' mi
���    ��� udern Improvements
'������ i lol   66x132;  2 sl ������  ,
��� .  s; Bush closei u istairs;
new hou
1.   In 6 months at
$3,000.  i. cash,  i
���nt.   G ���i I sized stable an
' i'i '���-     Secon !  h mse fi om Sth sl reet
on ti  .   ��� side.
Eight acres on Vancouver Road,
330 feet; 330 feet on Jubilee road facing three roads; Ml mile from Jubilee
station on the train line, near Hoyal
Oil; hotel. Small house; 3 acres
cleared and cultivated, Price $3,000.
$' " 10 cash, balance 6, 12, nnd 18
ii   nths al  7 per cent.
Four   and
Seventh   am
id,   . . :  1   ���  .-
one-half   acres     etween
Eighth   avenue;   south
Price $2,5C0.
7 Lots 'ii   Twelfth   sl reet, bel ween
. een's and Third avenue;  west side
of ca       ..,.,;    full   size.    Price  $3,500
cash.
I. full    ',���'  Lots   I el ween   Seventh
���   aue    an I  Hamilton streel. easl of
all i leared an 1 fenced;
���"  ' . : ::    :. OB !Of the  lots.  $1,500,
I, 'i. . ' -b.   balun* e one j ear at 7 per
cent.
G  u        hal   nil
I.   runniu :    thr nig
Investigate.
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots section
2, near Richmond St., Sapperton, for sale. $600, half
cash, bal. to be arranged
at 7 per cent.
Whole block on 6th street and Victoria and Carnarvon; 2 houses on 26
' . 27. Houses cost when built,
$ 750; house rents $55 per month.
I    ce $12,500.
2 lots in Sapperton, corner of Col-
umbia and Brunette streets; triangle
let, 200 feet on Columbia street and
20i' feet on Brunette sireet. Price
$1,500, 1,2 cash.
'���'���-ii acres;  soulh half of lol 23, sec.
7. Hall's Praiiie road.   N'ew house and
six
I,
$50  each
enquiry.
50x150, outside city limits
lot.    Fuller   particulars on
yN ;n LODGE, NO. 9, A. F. 4 A. M.
_Ti]e regular meeting of this
... i nn the First Wednesday in
'. : ��� 'i, at 8 o'clock p. m., in
... '.; mic Temple. Sojourning
re cordially Invite 1 to at-
Dr, W. A. DeWolf Smith,
Stcetary,
KISGSOtOMON LODGE, MO. 17, A.
F. & A. M.���Regular cemmunlca-
; u .,; this lodge are held on the
;,.;.! Tuesday In each month In
M ���. Temple, at 8 p. tn. Visiting eti ren are :ordlally Invited
;, .    :.i.    D. W. QllchrUt, See.
ROYAL CITY   PRECEPTORY, No. 459
r   .    K.    of    I .    meets    fourth
F e ich     month,    at     v
��� . in   Orange   hall,   coi nei   ol
:.        ,en ,���  an i   7th   ��� tree!      S i
���    .  r Knights   cordiallj    In
"������iii.   w. !���:. Dunlop, w
..   ,,   i;,., 160 acres,  Westminster district, 40
 icres   indei   cultivation,   10 acre   oi
.   acre   str tw icrr es   pi inte I
IDVAu  GRANGE   LODGE    NO    1150 h,                  ,        ,,,. (;   ,a|   ,        M,
- - In  Orange ha,i  n.-st  ami
Fi  lay i:. each mouth at S p '  ;''      house IS x 22;  frame   ,arn ;,"
brethren are cordiallj \  32;   14-posi   frame h      i   anl   co*
I to attend.    W. Pope, W   M. tables, three in all, stable S cows and
..   ��� . Rei   Se*. 2 span horses;  near Mission S atlon;
 ���  schools,    churches    near    a      hand;
1.0. 0. F���AMITY LODGE. NO. 27��� steamer lands twice a day;  about 100
good
barn.
���
l.oi
i
11
Ramag
e &
McN'eely
- . ie
\   '������'
���v. t
.,
. ,.......
McNeely
. ������
.    li
. -���
'.
1 , , ns,
en
a at $ij
? waterfront, G.N'.   ,'"''���'  month; room  for 3 more houses
i.      $9.-150, terms  al ;;"' same rent.    Three houses can
; be built for $600.   Room for four more
on Carnarvon street side.    Price $3,000
'���_   cash.
Seven-roomed house, Seventh street,
j near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
i sized lo*, $1,600.
One and a half lots, Sapperton, just
i off Columbia street and Brunette, only
$',200.    Terms to  be arranged.
Full sized lot, Xo. 12 Third avenue
an 1 13th street, north side. $300 easy
terms
17 } its, ��ull sized on 6th street, ire,
F.urnaby, East side 100 yards fronl
Cliff Can  factory.    Price $1,020.
6-room cottage, Tth Ave.&
6th St.. facing Tth Ave.; 2
full sized lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
wood sheds, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees. Price
$1800, half rash. bal. 6 &
[2 inns, at T per ct.
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House on Royal and Eighth street.
two storeys, seven rooms, full sized
! it, $2,000.
20 acre blocks, fruit lands, near
Junction, $20 per acre
meetings of this lodge
i, Idfellews' ha I, Colum-
���   '        ,���', ������;.   Mon laj   evening,
Visiting brethren cor-
1 i to attend.   S, Gregory-
G   C S, Richmond, V. G-.; W. C.
R. S.;  J.  W.  Mai Don il I,
F- 3 \ i a,-. Treas.
.,   ��� ��� timber, Br and cedar, never ' u
logged; fi'.oo:, refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
made of hewed iim',,or laid in
1 tar, 12 x 30. A chance of a lite-
time, $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent.
Snap  in Lots.
Vacant lots for sale In all parts of
the city, from $25.00 to $3,000
SO acres, one mile from Abbotsford,
in acres cleare i. good s ill, 220 fruit
trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
in three equal payments at reasonable
interest.
150 aci���.' 1 improved land, bull lings
and sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
al! under cultivation, $15,000. If you
can han He this, d m'l delaj; it's i
bargain; terms can be arranged.
160 acres good f 11 a I in 1 I". Delta,
about 3% miles from rl ,rer, near Sc it!
r,,ad. $12 per acre; a   ca! good buy.
James Inlet, three square miles, at
$5.00 per acre, half 1 ash,       in     a ��� -,.
40 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; IT double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $150, inside
lots S125. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. (5, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
A. 0. U. W._FRASEl?  LOCGE  No. 3
���   Bn ' and third Toes
ch    month.       Visiting
' 'i cordially Invited to al �� n I
I.
\. O. f. w. hall, Odd
;'   block,  Clarkson   Btreet,   C.
ecordor;   Louts Witt,
ti an,
F; - OF COLUMBIA LODGE No
ONS OF ENGLAND, B. S.���
" Degree n is Second and
v edn   daj  of each month,
'��� Hall, Columbia  St.. at
12-
bath
lerv,
shed
lighi:
:      v ii Ro.
in
Degree, Fourth
each month, sain,'
e    Visiting Brethren
Invited       M.   B.  Stinch-
'- .  II.  Dlsnov, Secretary.
C I NETTE, No. 4099, I.O.F.
the Fourth  Fridn\   In the
o'clock,  In  the  small
Oddfellows'   block.     Visiting I
1 .
t.
a *   rdl dly Invited to at-
"���   Rushton, C.  it.;   F.  P.
���' I, R, 8,
���oomed House, with
room, pantry, scul-
root house and wood
attached ; electric
hot and cold water.
181 ft. front. 280 ft. deep
(more or less). All kinds of
fruit, 5 walnut trees, all
bearing small fruit. Price
for the whole $5,500;
terms half cash. bal. 7 per
cent. Trice of house and
land going with it. $4,000.
Telephonic communication
with house.
2 lots can be bought separately; 50 it. front. 280
ft. deep. $750 each; good
bearing fruil lives; lane on
back from 3rd Aw. to 4th
Ave.
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.
00 acres good fruit land in Surrey;
can be bought now for J'J-'i per acre,
only one-quarter cash needed, balance
in one or two years at 7 per cent.
480 acres, Maple Ridge, Sections 2S,
29 and HC. Township 9, one-half prairie, res: brush and some small trees.
P Ices; Se ti in 32, $45 per acre: Section ���::), $60 per acre; Section 28, $55
per tcre. Telephone at Hammond;
telegi ph station, Pitt River Bridge.
. '. ill ca.-'!. balance one and two
ears at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
HOUSE and LOT
Centrally located In a commmandlng
situation; Third avenue, al fool of
Fifth streei. Two and one hall-storey
house. Ten rooms (recently papered i
All modern conveniences; hoi and
cold water, bath, flush closei, lavatory, electric light; nice lawn; lol
66x132, wiih lane in rear; part of lot.
.set   oul   with  fruit  trees.     Price $2,750.
$l,r,iiii cash, balance arranged.
2 lots, 20, 21; No. 'Jo. $170; No. 21,
(Cornell $175. Durham and Second
streets.
Full-sized lot Carnarvon street nexl
to Bridge;  No. 20 block B. $400 cash.
Lot 22, block B, 4th street from 6th
stieet. Price $1,250, '/2 cash, balance
easy.
1  houses corner of 0th and Agnes
streel.-;   lot  29  B,  132 feet on Agnes.
I 66feet on 6th street.    All modern inv
j provements    in each    house.    Yearly
j rental $U*n��.   Price $10,000, '/2 cash.
L' lots, corner 5th street and 5th
| avenue; size of lot 100x100. Corner
; lot. Can be bought at once for $450,
[inside lot $400.    Good snap.
House utiJ lot, i'.i x 100, I'^-storey,
situated near Queen's avenue. $1,350.
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
One hundred and sixty acres N. W.
Va, Sec. 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fort Langley, 5 acres slashed,
No. 1 land. Price. $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time, 7 per cent,
interest.
One hundred and sixty acres, N.W.
U Sec. 25, Township 16, 21,; miles
from Abbotsford. creek ruuning
through, 50 acres alder bottom, said
to be $000 worth of timber on the
property. Price $10 per acre, u cash,
balance on time
Ten acres in Lot 463, one mile east
of Westminster Junction. Al soil, easily cleared.   $30 per acre.
House, corner of Fifth avenue and
Sixth street, one lot, two storeys, 8
rooms. $2,500, half cash.
Boarding bouse, 20 rooms, on Sixth
street, one block from post office,
rents at $30 per month, or for sale at
$4,500.
House, eight rooms, on St. George
street, corner Fourth, $2,500; easy
terms.
House, full sized lot, on Keary
-���:,,���'. Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
Thi-   Wny   a   RalimtOTm    it   I'rmlup^il
on  tin- SliiKe.
Probably not more than oue person
lu a hundred stops to consider how a
rainstorm Is produced on the stage.
Few perhaps have ever given the sub
ject any serious thought
During the coming up of the storm
there Is seen vast clouds of dust, Unwind blows a gale, and suddenly Ibe
rain conies down In torrents. It is an
effect so natural thai one almost imagines the elements are genuinely on
the warpath, Yet, though tiie rain is
fcWJ water, not a person is actually
drenched, because the water conies
down at the very front of the stage,
while the players are well back and
not at all exposed to j is moisture. ���
li might be thought that To produce a
storm lii'iiny Intricate biis of machinery
would be necessary, yet such Is not the
case, for the Supplesl devices produce
the effect desired. These are some gus
pipes punctured by myriads of boles,
through which the water ruus from
Small barrels, each about half full, at
either end. The sound of the wind is
made by n revolving barrel which
touches a heavy piece of canvas in its
rounds. The thunder effect is caused
by the artistic manner In which a man
beats a bass drum, anil the gusls of
dust are blown across the stage by an
electric fan. The Hashes of lightning
come from an electric battery connected by wires which when placed ill eon
tad tbr,,w out ihe dazzling Hashes. A
in,'lal plnte, Which had been specially
prepared by lirst being heated to white
he.ii and then scratched by a knife, Is
placed iu a calcium lit;lii machine and
gives the effect of lightning In the distance.���Now York Mail.
POETICAL DEATHS.
Welcoming the Grim Reaper With ��
Greeting  In   \ i-rm-.
There have been numerous Instances
of poetical deaths. The Emperor Adrian made a poetical address to his own
soul as death was casting the seal of
final .silence over his nps, ami Margaret of Austria while almost within the
grasp of death in a terrific storm at
sea calmly sat down and composed her
epitaph in verse. The ship weathered
the gale, however, and the epitaph was
not needed. il")
���w
Philip Strozzi when imprisoned aud
awaiting death pn the gallows resolved
| to commit suicide. Before be killed
' htmgjjlf lie carved with the sword upon
which a few minutes later he Impaled
himself the following verse from Virgil on the wall: "Rise some avenger
from my blood."
The Marquis of Montrose wheu he
was condemned to have his limbs nailed to the gates of four cities said that
he was sorry that he did not have
enough limbs to null to all the cities
iu Europe, and this he put into beautiful verse as he was walking lo his execution.
Patris, a poet of Caen, finding himself at the door of death, composed n
poem, and De Barreaiix. it is said,
wrote while on his deathbed a well
known sonnet which was soon afterward translated Into English.��� New
York Tribune.
: a I, 13 aci e -
stabh -. e :.;
ir ai ��� i, $l,i '���
C<JJRT ROYAL COLUMBIA, No 8BOh
��� o- P.���The regular meeting* ,.
" are held on Hie Seen u
Y  ��'th Tuesdays of each uiotiU
,      ;   m, in the OddfellowH' Hnl!
'  Brethren are cordial}   in
I ,,  ..   ':'"'��l'   E. C. Firth. C. R.;
r' f. Maxweii, See.
THE
PERA��NYrApL TEMP>-AR3 OF TEM-
^ance meet every Wednesday
i, . ' "' k P. in., In Oddfellows'
p.;.. L��Kimbia street. Visiting
t�� , ' "" :">' cordially invited to at-
Burr, s. 0.; N. R. Brown,
, ,,,,.������,! house, all modern improvements, line location, comer of Fourth
Btreel and Agnes. $5,000, one half
cash. A comfortable home and good
family  residence.
Five collages and two lots On First
street, opposite Queen's park, Price
$7,000.
LC0 acres m the s. ol
, (leaved;     iam   50   X   3 '
1 -��� leu I! i s ill; only $30
cash, : :��� im    easy,
Betw* en   Fifth   an I   Sixth  avenues,
���    ir  S  fen   .   street, ���   jhl r oms, all
i    i and cit     ei   house, full
bIzi !  |o:,  t\\     storeys, $1,000 cash,
$:.500.
16o .e r* - ::, S irre*. 5 a* res cl are 1.
-,..; ed ou road side, $1,800, hail cash,
lalam i on time at 6 p*    cenl , su .-
jeel to sale if tlmb* r,
Pari of lol '���'"���'. Joins Lake C immur,
ah ml   7"  acre-,   only   $25   per  ac���.
. Half cash.    .lump.
IGO acres. Langley, '.'', un ler culth i-
tion;   hous i,     irn,  -1.,' Is, el :. a
goo I  repair;  a   sn ip   i    $3,000,
cash.
,.;,., ��� , ,,���;..' I. ,;.-��� . all :.i id irn
conveniences, on Carnarvon .-tree: and
Sixth street, tvi i sl ��reys, $3,750.
r^arge lot  and  two cottages on Columbia street, Sa i e ' >n
al $10 each,
back   of
Rents
$1,200,1
Hous ���  ..i: i lot,  "i>  x 1
brewer. .   fa< Ing Columbi I   St.
for $24.00  per month.     Price
: all     cash    I y\ ni e  In   six   months.
X ���  il   ��� issl !..  get a higher per-
cenl ige  i  - year money than  1 I   per
cent.
80 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-room house,
chicken house; one ac
cleared; good well, purest
water. $i,ooo. Chance
of a lifetime.
IIIn  lliit-Mi-'N  Finish.
''Pear me. cabby," said au old lady
as she alighted from n four wheeler at
Liverpool street station, "your horse's
knees are bad."
"Don'l you go and think it's becos
'e's got Into a silly 'abii of tryin' to
stand on 'is 'end In the -treet. ma'am,
'cos it ain't," was the reply. "That
there 'oss is a serious thlnkin' 'oss, V
Is, ma'am, A worry prayerful aniinile
'e is too. 'E's been prnyln' this last
six year as 'ow "is pore old master"!
one o' these days come across a kind
'earted party what'll give Tm a copper
or   tWO   over   'is   bare   fare,   but,    I.or'
bless yer, ma'am," he added as he 110k-
ed at the shilling the old lady had
handed him, "'e's losin' faith fast, and
unless soiiiethink soon 'appigns 'e'll die
a lilooiuin' bintiilel."   London Tit-Bits.
I  iu
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BUNGALOW
In best residential portion of Xew Westminster,
east end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers;
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,750. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
House and lot on Agnes street, two
-���ii-' j, - veu rooms; a real snap at
$2,530.
Both rented      Pull sized lot on Regina street, 66x
132, Lot  LO, Sab. 4 Lot 8, Price $150.
House. 10 rooms, l'L. lots, near
Fourth avenue and Seventh street,
$2,000.   Terms can be arranged.
135 acres, one mile from Hunting
don. B.C., TO acres in grass, 15 acres
I drained and fenced; house and barn
rosl f2,500; good road along one side;
��� rice $50 ; er acre, half cash, bal ince
io suit purchaser at 0 per cent. Reason for selling, the owner's wife is In
bad health, and has to go to a cold
������ i nate.
Double tenement liouse, 5 rooms In
i each house, water, light, full size lot,
between    First   and   Second    street.
Fourth  avenue, on north side.    Price
$1,500, half cash, balance In one year
I al <J per cent.
160 acres, all fenced, ready for eti;
tivatlon, good water, half mile from
school, at   Chiiliwack, $75 per aor-;.
f!l acres In Pitt .Meadows, only
$35 per acre. One third cash, balance
at 6 per cent.
Why  We  Ge(   Indigestion.
Recently �� medical man gave it as
his opinion that Ibe oven was responsible for more dyspepsia than any other household contrivance. The modern
conk finds it much easier to bake than
I , roast. The spil dog lias almosl gone
out of existence, and there Is seldom
any one In the kitchen to take iis place.
It follows very reasonably that any
food cooked within a confined space
will mil be so digestible as that don '
before an open lire, where all gases
have freedom to escape.   Country Life.
A    lull.
"Did   yo   t,.'ll   your   lea,'her   tliat   1
helped you with your French exercise,
Sidney V"
"Yes, father."
"And what did he say?"
"He said be wouldn't keep mo In to
day, 'cos It didn't seem fair that I
should suffer for your ignorance."
*0N
SOCl
McQUARRIE &  CO.
Hbvr We l>o Channel
"Aba!" exclaimed Mr. Jellus. "Heen
treasuring another man's picture all
these years, hey'.'"
"Not exactly," answered his better
half.    "That's   a   photo  taken  of  you,
Hear, when you had nalr."���Washington
Herald.
HrouKht   Home  lo   Hlm.
Crusht���After nil, right doesn't always make might, does II7 Frntikman
���I don't know about that. The matrimonial rile seems to have made a mite
of you,���Richmond Dispatch.
ucut,^C0TLAND BENEFIT A3-
C��KN'L(">D OF THE ISLES
'   91���Meets on tho First and
>r'l Tuesday ���:
IN'   uf
Chief.
P. I
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,'orre
every
John
iter, R
month  lu
McNiven
ic. Sec.
Agents for Employ
Keal Estate Brokers
rs' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
Ili-iir,  Henri
"Pa."
"Well?"
"What's women's rights?"
"Everything they want   Run away."
-���Cleveland Leader. I
te
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"    THE DAILY NEWS
SATLRDA-     r:
DO YOU want to save   both  time  and money   in
making your purchases ?
DO YOU want to look upon the largest  selection
of European goods in the province ?
ARE YOU a wideawake buyer?    Yes.     Then you
must deal with a  wideawake Jirm.
IF YOU will take the trouble to come and see us,
WE WILL, in 3 minutes, convince you that it is in
YOUR INTERESTS to  place your order with us.
n    11'      C 1      Ci. GEO.   ADAMS
rubhc oupply otores     p,0P.
..A Cheap Home..
A good Ho'-:.^ ar.'-j
Social and
Personal
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Household
Necessity
An a Ihesive, ;  rous
- ill-finish for interi
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lescri ::. n   :    '������ ling
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on Third Street
���ct,   I r:
$1900.
ANOTHER        ANOTHER I
Nice 2-storey H   ise,     rner I t,
I   : up ui twenty-tnree
MURALO
-. Q-;een'~ Ar---.   Onlv $1600.
Ltd
Malins, Coulthard & Co.
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agent*.
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
R<   ly : .' use '   en
mi a I ������ ith ���'
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THE    CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
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Our New Spring Stock of SWISS and CAM.
BRIC EMBROIDERIES and INSERTION;
Now    On    Display
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Embroidered   Waist   Length*   and    Costumes
Mer ���
Waist Lengths 51.50 to $3 each
Costume Lengths Sl 1 to S20
W. S. COLLISTER & CO,
247 Columbia Street. New  Westminster
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SUCCESSORS  TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIM MEW MINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Pre.-:   105.
Maple
Styles to cover every need
Leaf
from fine city wear to lum-
icrmen's or  miner's   foot
Rubbers
wear.
Thev are all just as honest as
J
the emblem signifies.
!      Best to Sell
r
Best to Buy
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
SELLING AGENTS
!     Best to
VANCOUVER, -   .  B. C.
Wear
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Eggs are High
BY USING
STURTEVANTS
Egg    FOOd    and
Poultry Cure
SOLD AT
T.A.Muir&Co's
JUST TO HAND.      EVERY PAIR WARRJ
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away    ci s
See our Window and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
te mai
Affl native DRUG   STORE
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Ellard Block,
Sen  Westminster
it Canadian 'res-.
-   ���     ething   .-.    .. ���
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.��� ighi  ouf would i
ful and desi izen of:
THE FAMOUS
Rapid, Easy Grinders
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Three sizes,���8,10 an
12-inch plates. Also
bagging' attachments
for same.
A full line uf Pulpers, Slicers,
Play and Ensilage Cutters.
.
Sold only in few Westminster b�� W. f. SINCLAIR
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We Guarantee ail Our Work for 10 Years With a
Protective Guarantee
Read Our Prices���They Never Change
. .   $1   and   up
Full sei ol teeth $5 and up
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li,, Ige Woi   . pei ��� "iii... .$5.00
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See   .-���     .; get our
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; good bargains.
HERE IS ONE    I
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Modern,  7-roomed   House
on Third Street, below Third
Avenue. Grates, electric light
and sewerage.   Price $2,500.  \
Good terms.
T. J.  TRAPP & CO.
Limited
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THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hours 9 a.e\ to 8 p.m.  .DR. A. R. BAKER,  Consulting Dentist.
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DELTA ACREAGE
B1��      of Ave i cr* i and        ol  In* bi sandy loam soil; < Igh   -���
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���'���'l    i: -���        i itage and good :.    ���       Q be
..on  run.     Price $30.00 per rcre and up. ���
cleared  land.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. PtARSON, Mgr.
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