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VOLUME 2, NUMBER 15
NEW  WESTMINSTER, B.C., FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1*, 1907.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
EARTHQUAKE NEWS WANT TO AMEND
IS STILL CONFLICTING THE BANKING LAWS
Estimates   of   Killed   Vary   Widely-
Damage  Said  to Be Confined
to Kingston.
New York. Jan. 17.���When the first
great shock came Monday afternoon,
many of the buildings all over the
town collaiV'd, burying hundreds of
persons in the debris. Of these many
were Killed, but the greater part were
injured only and most of them were
rescued. The shock was followed by
lighter tremors and then tire Started
in the ruins along the water front.
The Haines spread rapidly, as the water pipes had been broken and there
was nothing with which to flghl the
flame.-. A strong wind was blowing
and thi.^ heijied to spread the flames.
Estimates of the number of dead
vary   from   lun   to  1,200.
Holland Hay, Jamaica. Jan. 17.- Advices received from various parts of
the island show thai Kingston was the
only place damaged by the recent
earthipiaks. All the oilier towns of
Jamaica are in good condition. No
further earthquake shocks have been
felt in Jamaica.
Besides Sir .las. Ferguson, the most
Washington     Legisliture     Asl- to
Make   Radical   Change   fc
in Statute. <?
���s'
Olympia, Jan. 17.���The
by the slate hankers W
through  the   legislatu
prepared
���J?int   be put !
4?
Afvitboul   the
most   serious  kind  of a light.
There Is a strong faction in the leg- \
Islature thai does not believe the
banking acl is strong enough. This
faction demands that the bill be amended so as to give ii teeth, and ii is
likely an entirely new bill will be
proposed for that  purpose.
Governor  Mead   was   consulted   bj
c ge   Park,   who  is  the   legislative
representative of the bankers, and tiie
executive suggested a number of minor changes thai were made In the
bill before Senator Williams gave it
to the Senate.
This class of changing is nol satisfactory to the radical wing that
wants a strong bank bill, Whether
the new act, when drafted, will he
satisfactory to any of the slate hank-
POINTERS
Suppose you did want to vote  Conservative,
would the Sardonic Smiler allow you ?
VISITOR DESCRIBES
SEATTLE'S DISTRESS
THIRTY FAMILIES
ARE WITHOUT WATEI
Mr.    Schaake     Gives    Graphic   Word i Superintendent Stott Carrying Out In-
The police arrested him for carrying a concealed
weapon, but a search showed that the supposed
weapon was nothing more lethal than one of those
appointments to the vacant Wardenship.
The Conservative meeting, Monday night, is to
be addressed by Thos. Gifford and "other prominent speakers." 	
In Council ���"Who is to be appointed Jail Warden at New Westminster ?" asked the A. G.
"��� and ���- and ��� and ���," answered
the P���-.
"But 4 into 1 won't go," said "Figgers."
"0, yes it will," said the P ;  "until after
the election."	
Mission City, Jan. 17.���Things are working fine
up here. I have not met a man of any side who
says that McBride will beat Jardine.
Word  Picture of State,  From
Frost, of Sound  City.
conspicuous   while   men    killed   were
Captains Constantino  and  Young, of | ers, ia questioned, but it will be strong-
the Royal Mail  Service. Other whites   lj>  urged anyway.
killed   include Major   Hardeman,  Dr.      \  new   provision  in  ihe binlt  acl
Gibbs Varley, Dr. Mencer Robertson,   thai  is proposed    will    require each
li. Schaake, manager of the Schaake
Machine works, ims returned from
Seattle, where he was detained for
a few days on account of having de-
>-eloped a particularly interesting attack of la grippe. He states that
matters     are very serious in  Seattle
structions to the letter���Wast-
trs  Pay the Penalty.
Within the past three days, the
water supply has been cut off from
over thirty residences and business
places, on accountof the consumers
failing to take heed of the official
warning issue,I by the Mayor. Three
of the waterworks officials have been
allowed their taps to run all the time,
and  summary punishment  has    been
and   a   greai   many    of  the    citizens,   on   the   watch   for  householders   who
where they are financially able to do
so,   are   closing   up  their   homes   and
boarding at the hotels, on account of |
their   inability   to   secure   toal.     The    meted out   in  every case.     The  vigil-
poorer  citizens  are  the  greate i s if-   aire of the civic  watchmen  has not
ferers, as  they  cannot   afford  to pay     ,. ��� confined to any one part of the
hotel  rates, and owing to the severe'
cold, a  large  proportion  of the  mat: i-
and wife. Mlas Lockeit B. Varley, .1.
W. M. Urad'ey and four members of
a family named Uvingstone.
London,   Jan.   17���Thai   there  is   a
bank to remit one-tenth of 1 per cent,
of net earnings to the state treasurer
to be deposited in a slate hank fund,
li   is  proposed   in  'he  bill to require
Still the McBride organs keep harping away at
their personal insinuations. When will they come to
politics ? 	
When is the Columbian going to explain why
Mr. McBride���speaking to his friends in Cunningham Hall, here���said he could not accept a resolution for which he had voted in the conference at
Ottawa ?
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genera! stale ai unrest in the earth, that this fund he held intact to guar-
of Which the Jamaica disturbance was; antee the solidity of the banks op'er-
<e��ly one in*tance, is the belief ot I ated under th��- state law. In event
SProt. Helar. ihe famous seismograph- of a bank I'aMnre the depositors would
^Bt and astronomer at the Daihach Ob- be paid in full out of this fund, if the
servatory. His Instruments register- assets of tbe bank, when realized up-
ed the Jamaican disturbance, give on. are ���insufficient to meet the indebt-
other prtnifs of terrestial phenomena edneSS of ihe bank. It is claimed by
in the fliape of shocks flsx where. , the advocates of this provision lhat
hailstorms  and   rock  falls. | the State banks would gain enough by
Rebuts   from   Austria and   Switzer-)11*   guarantee   this   fund   would   pro-    proper Sentence for Drug Ooper Who
���4
SIXTY-THREE DAYS
FOR COCAINE FIEND
Austria  and   Switzerland  s-how  lhat   seismic  disturbances i
occurred   there   on   Monday   al   about .
-tbe .came time as in Jamaica, ind lea- i
ting widespread unrest.
Csniania, Sicily. Jan. 3 7;���The earth-
quake a; Kingston, Jamaica, was co- I
Incident with increase,! activity of!
MBlnt Ktna and slight earthquakes
in tic Midonlan Mountains. Tie
Wkvmi is Mo-owing out ashes and
sabt'   ;��� in. an detonations are heard.
"JJa; 'es. .1 iii. 1 7, l'i of Matteiicci. 'di
TWStoi e: the nliM'i v.ilory al Moitnt
Veauvin-,   reports   iucieased   agitation
tff   this   volcano   emu. idem
Eingston oarthi|uaKv.
Wit 11
Ihe
vide to offset the slighl tax that the
one tenth of one per cent, imposes, tt
is argued thai a state guarantee would
attract money enough now in hiding
Into the hanks to offset  Ihe state fee.
Under the banking act that the stale
association proposes, the capital of a
new bank is not required to be paid
up In full Immediately. The hiii that
is now being drawn u i by a radical
wing requires that everj cenl of the
capitalization be turned in before the
stale examiner grants a permit to open
a  new bank.
A provision forbidding the loaning
of any money to a snlarie l officer of
a state bank is to be offered.    In ad
6t. Andrew's is Prosoerous.
'The annual meeting of the St. An
(ftrew's church, held la.-1 evening, dis I
tdlosi I a nourishing condition, both
Iflnaie .all, and from the membership '
jiolm of view. Tho meeting wa*
largely attended, and after the regular
lUBuness had been transacted, a social
Iffltne was spent by all present. The '
��B-U'\ of the pastor. Re\ J. S. lieu
(ftBI'son. was raised from $1,200 to
fli-on ti year.as n recognition of his
goo i work. The uital amount raised
ta' war by the church was in the
WSiS'i!.in hood of $.1 000, while 35 lyw
juemV-rs were added to the congrega-
tthui   uinging ihe present membership
tup  i.    I'M.    The dill.������rent   auxlian   so-I
(Jfcpi ii s   ronneclel    w.ilh     the     church
w*'m -II reported to be In a flourish-
Iok coiair. ion. and th. year wnt closed
ftftie {u; ,i(��bi, with tin exception of a
tnoit:,.' ,\liiili sill] has font years,
to iui The differem accounts pre-
*ei)ti-'i h.\ t-i" diifoivir societies will/
hav !o be ".iiililo I b< fore ihe, i an
be   '.   ten   out   to   the   public.
dition  to this plan of requiring  t
Induced Boys  Into Commencing   Narcotic  Mabii
Seattle. Jan. 17.��� Police Judge Gor-
' don today assesses the limit of the
law on "Curly" Conley, manager of
the Hurry Messenger company for
selling and giving cocaine to small
boys In his eroploj and for teaching
them  to   use   the   langerous narcotic.
. Through t'ouie; 's practices, lhe p lli ���
say six or eight boys have become
drug fiends. Some of them are now
kept confined so that they can get no
while they
SMELTERS CLOSE
FOR LACK OF COAL
B. C. Mines Accused of Shipping Fuel
To Montana, While Neglecting
Home  Industries.
: all directors who ma^   borrow  money
I from the bank shall obtain the written
I consent of the remain ler of lhe directors  before the loan  is made.
No Danger of Shortage.
There was a rumor afloat in the city
recently that there was n shortage ol
hay and thai the horse and cattle
: opulation would very soon be reduced to hunger on account of the closing of river navigation. An investigation of the situation, however, reveals the fact thai titrate is no danger
��� . the animals going hungry as about
two car loads of hay per daj are coming in. which establishes an equilibrium between demand and supply.
Ti ere is absolutely no dan get of a
shortage so long as the fl. X. railway
ii sunning.    The hay is loaded direct
nai   ('unice it> procure the dm,
an- taking treatment for the habit.
Coniey's sentence was a fine of JUiia
and thirty days on the city chain gang
lie lias no money to pay the tine and
will, therefore, have to serve sixty-
three days. The court announced
that he regretted he was unable to
make the punishment more severe-
OU "he  cars   and   Is
citl   in   ihe   course
brought   Into   the
Another Investigation.
Olympia, Jan, 17.���State Senator w.
II. Paulhamus today began work on
his resolution calling for a legislative
inquiry into lhe coal shortage, lack
of cars nnd other transportation matters. An appropriation of $10,000,
power io subpoena witnesses, select
a special attorney and to make a
.- arching investigation will be asked.
Paulhamus U pn paring a iisi of witnesses In- q\�� ms essential to tin- hearing.
Nelson, B. C. Jan. 17.���A shortage
of coal and coke has caused the smelters to close here. The Trail smelter
will also shm down. Il is charged
tliat  coal   mines,   notably  the
Eagle at Crows Xest, are shipping ihem to take uvo
led Tons to Kin tons daily to Montana coal home on thi
points, over the Great Northern, while
tbe British Columbia Smelters have
to close for lack of fuel. There is
���talk as to a possible forfeiture of Canadian Pacific Railroad's agreement, by
which the Canadian Pacific Railroad's
coal lands at Crows Xest will not he
opened  until  December IS, 190S.
factories and foundries are dosed
down, and lhe workers, man. of whom
'���ive ifom hand to mouth, have no
money coming in to pay current expenses. Outside Ihe coal yards, Mr.
Schaake said, ihe delivery rigs were
si rung out for about half a mile, each
waiting its turn lo get a share of the
black diamonds which are being dispensed in almost as niggardly a manner as though they were indeed lia-
monds. The consumer of the coal
Is compelled to pay at the rate of seventy-five cents an hour for the time
ilie delivery man is compelled io wait
for his turn to get coal in addition
to the price of the coal.
A friend of Mr. Schaake's made a
rais*- of a couple of tons of coal, and
undertook lo share it up with a friend
who lived up on the hill. The teamster with the coal got safely to the !
lop of the hill when he was stopped
by a moli of poor people. One acted
as spokesman, and asked where the
coal was going. On being told, he
laid that he knew ihe man and ihat
he was well able to afford to lake his
family to the ho'el and keep them
there; Inn he couldn't, neither could
the rest of the people, and I hey proposed having ihe eoaK The driver
surrendered at discretion, and men,
women and children, armed with
sacks, pails and other receptacles,
raided the load and cleaned up all
but a very few hunks.
The electric streel car company has
I helped the poorer citizens nn the out-
Black | skirts   very  materially    by    allowing
>r   three sticks  of
from   end   of   the
street:  cars on  which  they were passengers, thus saving' them the cost of
drayiug.
<i:.-;   they have patrolled the residential   districl   as   well  as   the   business
ion. and they have found offenders
oi. nearly every street visited.
Superintendent of Waterwork
| Stott stated yesterday evening tha
the alarming decrease in the reset
1 voir had ceased, and that there was
I now no danger of tiny shortage. The
water in the reservoir is ample for
an.. Iii -fighting purposes, but the
watchmen will keep on going iheir
rounds until lhe present cold snap is
over, this being the only way in which
the supply of water can be preserved.
Quite a number of offenders were
found in Chinatown, and the Celestials were far from pleased when they
found out that they would he deprived
of water for some days to come. Xone
of them made any resistance, but the
amount of talk which the action of the
water officials occasioned was only
equalled by the blank looks of dismay
when the Chinamen discovered the
predicament into which their reckless
waste had lead them.
CDEAPER GRADES ARE
SHOVED UP IN PRICE
Lumberman's   Association   Decide   to
Charge 50c a Thousand more
for   Lumber.
Fatal Collision.
Bellingham, Jan. 17.���A serious ac-
rident befell the Owl train from Van-
i ouver at 2:25 o'clock this morning.
Driving over a misplaced switch, the
train plunged headlong into the Croat
Northern roundhouse, killed a wiper
wl o was working on an engine which
stood in th.' way, and in the smash
Engineer Scott was so badly scalded
and   injured   internally   that   he   will
Sports on the Ice.
A large number of Hindus aud other
Orientals are attracted daily by the
skating and ice games at the North
Ann, and appear to be deeply interested in the mystery of balancing on
two thin blades of steel. One venturesome Sikh tried to travel on skates
yesterday afternoon, but retired after
a few ineffectual attempts. The bad
boys who disport themselves on the
ice have fallen into the habit of
swooping down on a crowd of Hindus
at a rapid gait, and throwing them off
their balance. Some of the turbanned onlookers object very strenuously
to ihis practise, but the majority acci pi the attentions of the while men
in a  spirit  of  fun.  and   brace  them-
probably die before night.
Xo passengers were badly injured.; selves when they see a crowd coming
Several wen severely jolted, notably their way. Their joy is unconcealed
Mr. Paul Vovens. a police officer of when they are aide to throw their op-
New    West in i net er.   who   was   thrown    ponents   without   comin
Nelson, B. C. Jan 17.���Cheaper
grades of lumber will be 50 cents a
a thousand higher, in accordance with
a resolution adopted yesterday by the
Mountain Lumberman's Association.
It was agreed that no more changes
in prices will be made tor some time.
Sixty delegates attended the opening session of the association in .Nelson yesterday. These included lum
bermen from Seattle, Spokane, Vancouver, Kootenay and Alberta. T.
Lund was elected president of th - a i-
sociation.
Discussion of the labor problem
brought out speeches in favor of im-
porting labor from the East and from
Europe; also for advertising the province in Europe.
The Hoo Hoo convention was held
last night, ]2o members attending.
The proceedings were concluded with
a big banquet at the Strathcona hotel.
wiih the classy surface themselves.
of
lew   hours
I ii-.-.n
-Iran
is lots of hay in  Bight
supply is scan e
im:   til
Fever   in Chicntjo.
Chi   i"-.  .tan.   17.���ScaWei   fever  i;
opid ��� tie ie i-:v:ti(Ston, well nigh so h.
Oak   far';, :i  naii;.<o  in  sov oal  north ' ing   with  ft   line   reception   Iron;
Shore liium.   nun  a  source o' concern    voters.    Ht   is  a  Richmond   man
Richmond   Candidates.
Thing)  are looking very well in the
constituency of Richmond, where Mr.
Weart, i>j<   Liberal candidate is n i
the
md
The Insurance Question.
Lou ion, Jan. I',.   The fire Insurance
policies  iii  Jamaica  effected through
British  Companies are said  to aggregate about  ST.. ,imH'.    All   the   | oil-
cies, however, an safeguarded by an
earthquake clause and a leading manager who was seen yesterday said thai
through a window and half way across
a   sti eel.  	
Assistant  Superintendent Chapman, | coal Stock Sufficient.
of the Seattle Division arrived al 9 The ac!< ol the coal situation has
o'clock this morning with a wrecking! |,een broken and the danger of bump-
outfit. He siated that a vigorous ef- \ |n.g into a coal famine in this city has
fort will be made to locate responsibil- j 'ecu reduced to a minimum. Messrs.
il)   ci   the wreck, and the officials of | Gillej   Bros., have male a raise of o
hundred  tons of  coal,  in  addition  to
their own supply, which will soon ii
Thanks  For  Gifts.
The   following   letter  has" been   rein   contact   (eived by the Victoria Council of Wo-
the company will assist the coroner
in every possible way. The tlagni.ni
attached to the engine and train on
to the Chioar.ri heahii authorr ios,  Chi- lhe   people   'ta.avo    suffered      ho   mvll
cago's total ot iu7 contagions.diseases   K mi the negfcel of their "carpel bag."
reported ycsic'idiiv   sixty-five ai them | representative,   that    they    naturally
���carlet   fever���is   ihe  Ijirgest  foi   one turo   to   Mr.  VV.'arUi whose  interests
4Ay   for   several   jvars.      At    pi'trsent are ���;heirs, and *ho litis the fore*' and
there   are   several   tiutushful   cases   in
the ciiy ami environs.
any   liability
eartlipuake.
ability-   lo   look   lifter  those   interests
in the Legislature.
LIBERAL POLICY
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Impartial Administration |
Clean Government 8
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True Progress |
the  companies  rould   not    recognize   the  side  track    is alleged    to be  to
for  damages   caused   by   blame  for the open  switch.
The  combination   baggage and mail
; car  were     telescoped     and     partially
burned, but the mail sacks were nol
New Primate.
,-,,., ,     damaged,
ToronM,  Jan.   I , ���Bishops     of   the
Anglican Church in Canada met at
8t. Alban's Cathedral yesterday und
elected BIskop Sweat man metropolitan of tiie fccclesiastteal province of
Canada and Primate of all Canada,
The Socialist ,vt''iy has gained a
number of adhi?re��J.s In Xew Westminster oi' late, If Bij'eet talk can be
taken as a fair indic'Hlfem of the sym-
Volcano Still Active.
Honolulu Jan. 17.���The se: on 1 flow
of lava from the volcano of Mnumi
I oa on ihe Island of Hawaii is now
only two miles from the sea and 5s
half a mile wide. It is moving at the
rate of thirty feet  an hour.
added to by a supply by rail. The
Western Fuel company still has a
nice little pile of coal in the shed and
on Saturday will have four more car
loads in from Nanalmo, by way of
Vancouver. The mines there tire running full time and the managers have i
notified the manager here that he:
can  get   till  I ho  coal  he  wants. I
;. i n. The wider is Mrs. Paterson,
v.ho recently distinguished herself on
occasion of the Coloma wreck:���
Dear Madam: Please accept my
sincere thanks for ihe valuable gifts
you sent me. i find it most difficult
lo express to you my true feelings of
appreciation for the honor you have
bi slowed oti me. 1 think I have ha 1
more praise than I deserve, as any
lrue woman would gladly do what 1
have done. Your beautiful address
and kind words of praise will always
be most valued possessions in cur
family.
most conspicuous while men killed TT
"Again thanking  you,  and  wishing
you the compliments of the season, I
remain sincerely yours."
The temperature rose a good many
pathies ol' the masses.      Happily  tor   tlegrees during the night, and at three
'the peace of mind of the three can- o'clock this morning there were Indi-
didates mining for office, the majority cations that Jack Frosl hud lost bis
of those would-be liawtb .rnihw aiti. ��� -   grip,     About   three inches     '   snow
' '- \ i no vote in Mils constituency,.        ba.'   ��� (Jen.
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Conservative Policy
Questionable Deals
Corporation Rule
Wasted Resources
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THE DAILY NEWS
Fe.lDAY,   JAN.
1907.
Notice to
Contractors
PLAIN EVIDENCE
IS FURNISHED
Of
C.P.R.-McBride    Combination
Railway Assistance to Premier
On Stumping Tour.
by
SEALED TENDERS addressed to
the undersigned, marked on the envelope "Tender for Construction," will I
be received  ai the  office of the Com
missioners  of    the    Transcontinental;
Railway,    al    Ottawa,    unlil    twelve |
o'clock  noon of the  11th day of Feb-j
ruary, 1907, tor the work required for
the construction, in  accordance with ;
the   plans,   profiles  and  specifications
of the Comniisssioners. for the following sections  of  the  Transcontinental
Railway, viz.: ���
Ill District "A."���From a point designated on the plans of the Commie-j u (k.laV(,,, ,rilinSf and
sioners at or near the ( ity of Monr-
ton, in the Province of New Brunswick and Quebec, a distance of about
aO miles.
C2) District "A."���From a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners, at or near the town of Grand
Falls, in the Province of N'ew Brunswick, westerly to the boundary between the Provinces of New Brunswick an Quebec, a distance of about
62 miles.
CM District "B."���Prom a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners, al or near the Quebec Pridne
easterly for a distance ol' about ir.tt
miles.
tli District "B."���From a point designated on the plans of the Commissioners about 150 miles wesl of llio ���
Quebec Bridge westerly to a point
known as Wevmonl acholic, a distance
ol about   ir, miles.
(.",> Districts "C" and "!)."���From a
point designated on the plans of the
Commissioners about eight miles west
ot the Aidtibi River crossing easterly
for a distance of about  150 miles.
Plans,    profiles    and    specifications j Matsqui Council,
may be seen In    the   office   of   the      -,.,, .,       ,        _ .    ,       ,
Chief Engineer of the Commis-i rhe ���"ncl1 '��('1 01> Saturday .fan.
sioners at Ottawa; also in the \ >-��� at 11 a.m., in the municipal hall,
offices of the District Engineers! with the reeve and councillors Jack-
concerned, viz.:���Guy C. Dunn, St. | nian, Merrvfield and Benson in at-
John,   N.  B.,;   A.   E.  Doucet,  Quebec i ,������,.������    *     , ...
P. Q.: and S. R. Poulin, North Bay,! Un,laace' Communications were
Ont. j (!<'a,t   wi'n   ;iSi   follows:���From  G.   O.
Persons tendering are notified thatjHousen in reply to Mr. Beasley's let-
tenders will not be considered unless ter, re private crossing at Hallert
made in duplicate, and on the printed road. Mr. Hougen stated that the
forms supplied by the Commissioners, j scU]el.s were ^j,      tQ d(j (he neces
A separate tender must be submit-     ,. _ .,,=������  ,   .   ,.,      .     . u ���
ted for each section. 8ar5 gradlng' but ",(1 n0< Wlsh ln an-v
Tenderers shall not be in anv way w*y "' commit themselves to have
entitled to rely upon the classifica- j "lis maintained as a private crossing
lion or any other information given! for all time, and on motion the clerk
by any person on behalf of the Com-1 was directed to write the superinten-
missionors and before submitting any (lent ()f a B c R R ^ m {.
tender, bidders should make a care-j
ful examination of the plans, profiles, i      '���
drawings and specifications, and read j From F. L. Webber, auditor, statute forms to be executed, and fully lng Ula, ]|C. ,���.���, ma(,e an audlt of the
lntorm themselves as to the quantitv   ,��� ,       <���  ., , ���    ,..
and   quality  of  materials,  and    char-: hookfa of  tne  municipality  and  certl-
acter of workmanship required;   and | tylnS t0 have found them correct. Retire   understood  to  accept and agree  celved and filed,
to be bound by the terms and condi-j     CouncUlor Jackman   reports  on  a
tions  contained  in the  form ot con-! '
tract, specifications, etc, annexed to!'13'1 nole ln ,hc ro:"1 n(-ar Aberdeen
the form of tender.
Pernio, li. C. Jan. 17.���Any doubt
as lo ihe real character of the relation existing, between the present government and ihe C. P. It. company
will be set ai rest in view of recent
developments.     Transportation   trou-
schedules
generally are as airy as nothings to
McBride. who, in company with Bowser, is stumping the Kootenay country. They have special trains., with
the superintendent's private car; and
ever) aid to comforl al the command
of the mighty corporation, has been
freely placed at the disposal of the
premier and as freely used. And yet
in spile of the resourceful and indomitable Mclnnes, the opposition meeting had to be postponed tit Nelson,
owing to train delays, while BcBri le
and Bowser were being; rushed from
F "nie to Cranbrook in a c. P. R. Bpe-
(ial, to which was attached the superintendent's private car. The westbound   i rain   was  actually   held   until
this private car could he cut in to Comfortable house on Queen's Ave.
carry the government "tree from all near Ninth Btreet, 7-room, pantry,
C P. R. entanglements," with a rush loath, etc.; full sized lot; magnificent
to Kootenay landing.
���CITY-
PROPERTY
Trains & Steamers
 I C P.R.  MAIN   UNE
Leave N. W. 15.40; arr X. v.   ]],,-
C.P.R.  MISSION BRA
w. 8.30; ar. Seattli
ar. N. v.    ...
C.I'.ll WESTMINSTER JUNCTION
Leave N. \V s.:;n, 10.35. ir, tn. ;,-'.-'
Arrive N. \V. 9.35, 11.35, 16.40  ;-. ���
Leave N
Leave Seattle 12.30
��� t".
LVVAY.
A two story house on west side of
Seventh street, below Queen's Ave.
This house is rented for $17 per
month;   modem.    Price $2200.
Royal Ave. near 10th street; small
house in good repair; only $750.
Modern house on Tth street, below
Queen's  Ave.    Price $2200.
Two lots and three room house in
Sapperton, $500.
Sap-
Dwelling  on  Columbia street,
perton; easy terms, $700.
Two storey 6-room house '.Mil street
near Third Ave., $1400.
Several lots on Third Ave. between
Tenth and Eleventh streets. Reasonable price.
view of the city and river.    $2000,
Twelve lots at Sapperton, lying
north west of Columbia street, only
$50 each.
Four lots on Richmond street. Sap-
prton; cleared and fenced: will make
a   good  chicken  ranch.    $250.
One and a half storey dwelling on
Queen's avenue between Ith avenue
and 6th street; 7 rooms; modern.
$3000.
$3,500 for the S. \V. corner of Agnes
and   6th   streets.     A  good house   on;
ihis property.    This is close in. Iviok
into it.
A good sized house facing Agnes St.
and another facing lane at the hack,
pear Gth street.     $2,700.
on   7:h   street, near
larg   lot;   5  rooms.
A comfortable   little  house  on  Pile
street,   in  good   repair.    Some   fruit.]
)nly $1,000.
GREAT NORTHERN RAI
Lv. N. W. 9.20 a.m.; ar. Sean:.
Lv. N. \V. 4.:!D p.m.; ar. Seattle ,,,  ^
p.m. l ni
V., W. & Y.-VANCOUVKit
Lv. N. W. 3 p. m. and 9:55 p. w
Lv. Vancouver 8.35 a.m.. and t ,, m
G. N. R.���PORT GUICHON.
Lv.  N.  W. 9:35 am.;  ar. Gmcho
2.20 p.m.
Lv. Guichon, 2:40 p. m.; ar. ,\. ^
8:45 p ni. and 6 p. m.
Mondays only.
Two storey, S rooms, on nice lot
Eleventh street, above Queen's Ave.;
modern;   only $2300.
Two houses on one lot corner 9th
street and 3rd avenue.    $1000 each.
Two cottages
Queen's avenue
$2000.
Building site on Queen's avenui
west;  splendid view;  some fruit. $600.!
Large 10-room dwelling on 3rd avenue between 3rd aud Ith streets:
modern; practically new: easiest of
terms. .$2200.
9-room   residence on
near Post Office; modern.    This building cost $3,000, and is practlcallj new
$3,950.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVKIt,
Lv.   New  Westminster  5.50, 6.50 1
Sixth    street   and 8 a. m., and every half hour there-
after till 11 p. m.
Lv.  Vancouver  for   Westminster a'
same hours.
Cottage on  3rd
enue,    $1100,
treet, near 3rd av-
$3,700. A modern home on the c ir
line, mi Bpyal avenue east. House
nearly new; 2 storey and modern in
every way The Uu is 66x132 feet
and is face 1 with stone.
Modern home on Begbi
ly   new:   close  ill. $1,890.
siieei. near-
South  easl   corner  of  3rd  avenue
and  "I'd  street;   a  good  building site
$600.
Each tender must   he signed   nnd
sealed by  all  the parlies to the tender, and witnessed, and he accompanied by an accepted checque on a char-: ,        . ...
tered bank of the Dominion Bank of j son reP��rted on the need of a culvert
Canada   payable   to  the order of the!'" be placed near Smith's ranch.
school house; Councillor Merrvfield
reported on the had state of two bridges on McKay road, which he had ordered  to he repaired;   Councillor Ben-
INVESTORS
6 Fine houses on 6th St.
below 3rd avenue, that
will rent from $15 to $20
per month. Each house
contains 8 rooms with
electric light, etc. At
this price the investment
will pay 10 per cent, net
interest. A bargain at
$9000.
...��4
Commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, tis follows:
For Section No,  1, District "A," $75,-
>, Dlctrict "A." $90,
, District "B," $225,-
t. District "B," $75,-
5, Tjistricts "C" and
000.
Por Section No.
000.
Lor Section No.
000.
Por Section No.
000.
For Section No,
"1'." 5223,000.
Any person whose tender is accepted shall, within ten days after the acceptance thereof, furnish such additional approved security as may he
required by the Commissioners;
sign ili��' contract, specifications
and other documents required to
signed by the said Commissioners; and, in any case of refusal
failure on ihe part of the party
whoso tender is accepted to complete
an I execute a contracl with the said
Comniisssioners, and to furnish the
additional approved security within
ten clays after the acceptance of the!
tender, the said checque shall be for-
feite 1 to the Commissioners as liqui- j
dated damages for such refusal or
failure, and all contract rights acquire 1 by the acceptance of the tender shall be forfeited. The cheques
tie] osile I Ij ��� partle �� hose ten lei 3
are accepte ! will I e deposited to the
i re Iii of the Reecivcr General of Can
ada as pa of the security for the
dun aad faithful i erformani e of the
conl ai : ai coi ling to its terms,
i he [in de isited ' ��� ; arties whose
, rulei 3 are reji te 1 will be returned
within ten la ��� after the signing of
the contract,
attention I i alb I to the following
i lausi s in the form of contracl:
"All mechanics, labourers or other
11 rsons w ho ; erform labor for the
purposes of Lhe construction of the
.-.. | ien . i ont rat te i for shall be
paid stub .vages as are generally oc-
cej ted as current for competent work- ���
men In the districl in which the work
is being performed, and II there is no
current rate in such district, then a
fair and reason able rate; and, in the
evenl of a ;: . te arising as to what
is the cm renl or ; Ir md rea irable
rate. It . 1 all I e tb i.ermine 1 by the
Commis: i m rs, whoi e decisions shall
be final."
"This a: re neni is subject to the
regulation - now in f in e, or which
may al any time hereafter be In force
during the construction of the works
hereby nr., i acted I ir, icicle under
the authority of the I leparl menl of
Labour, and which are or shall be applicable i" eh vol t." t The sched- j
tile o'' Minimum v ages determined
upon b; i il ; rl -, art menl will form
part of ti"1 i mlract i
"The i o ictor hall, In connection with die whole of the said work,
as far as : practii ble, use only material, mat Iner; ipplies and
rolling - - mi il ir1 ired ir produced in Canada, provide I the i ime
i an be obtained as cheaply and upon
��� i | i [ei   is in C       I   a   < 1 :
i. eying  regard  to  1 mllty  and   price."
i be contracl ill i onform to the
Two storey modern house on 2nd
street and ith avenue. This is a
splendid corner.   $2000.
South-east corner 4th avenue aud
Stfi street;  cleared.   .$650.
Double corner and well built house?
of 7 rooms on 6th avenue west. The
house Is modern and th.��rt�� is some
fruit;  also stable.   .$2200.
The   lioi'ih-east   cornet    Agnes   an.
Ith   Streets.   Six  full   sized   lots   with
small house on corner lot.    A good
3-roomed j buy at $4,000.
locality.
100x100 ft. lot on "'th avenue, near
I -lib street,    $-:oo.
Two  storey  dwelling on  west side
of 3rd street, above Queen's avenue.!    D0Ut,ie corner Ash and Fourth ave-
$1300. .I nue.   $1,000.
i m.
I  I:..
Lot
house
$500.
5x115 on 10th street;
on   -property;     good
Two lots on 3rd avenue between
13th and 14th streets, only $300 each.
North-west corner 5th avenue and
11th street;   size 132x132  feet.    $850.
Three lots on Sth avenue near 12th
street and the Vancouver car line.
$700.
Corner lol   Ith avenue and 11th St. I
Convenient to 'own.    $400
Large modern house on the corner
of ath avenue and 8th street, 8 rooms
two lots.     Only $3,200.
House and two
near the car line.
lots- on sth avenue
Only $600.
A suburban home on Sth avenue
near 2nd street; small bouse; lot
cleared.    Only $400.
Five lots on Sth street, between 7th
and sth avenues.  .$125 easii.
Three lots corner 5th stree*. and 6th
avenue,   on  corner.    $1,000.
Well
good   vb
$200.
situated   lot  on   13th   sireet;
w: si/e 55x137% ft. Cheap at
Sixth avenue and Fourteenth street;
about one acre of good land and small
house.    $1,500.
Full sized im on 5th avenue, near
Tenth street.   A good buy at $250
Fraser River and Gulf
UP RIVER.
Beaver���
Prom N. VV. Mon. Wed   Pr|,|
From Chwk, Tu., Th., Sal
���vaolona���
Prom N. w. Tu., Th., Sat v
From Chwk. siun.. Wed., Fri.
DOWN RIVER.
Transfer���
Prom N.W. dally, ex. Sutid.i
Add. trip, Monday, 5 a.m.
Prom Steveston, 7 a.m. (Fri. ��� a.u
Mail Service
Close.   Ri
Seattle, via Santas 7.45 a.m,   6.1
Sapperton and Mill-
side, No. 1   7.45 a in. 11
Vancouver,   No   1.   T.v a.m..    9.0  a.m
G N.R   Cloverdale,
Blaine .Seattle..  8.45 u.vu
Van. ii Cen. Park.10.30 a.at.   2     , n
Victoria    10 30 a.m.    9.00 i.n
East Burnaby  ....   1.13 p.m.    i      ,:
Ladner,  Sleves'.on,
etc   1.30 :>.m. ll.OOa.n
C.P.R east, Sapperton, Millside and
Coqultlam     :.:.00 p.trie n.". , n.
Four lots on corner Seventh street  Van   aud Burnaby 3.30p.mt   t   ip.ui
and Sixth avenue; $f?5 each, or $700  (J.N.R   Flyer      4.00 p.m   Ji   ���
for a1'- Tlmberland, Tues
Splendid   lot   on   north side
of Sth ���    ^'iee  lot  on   Regina   street      l��ok     and Friday
12.00 m
J 2 it-m
avenue at the upper end of 3rd street.
Only $200.   See about this.
Six lots on 1'in
ed. .#60.
stwset; partly clftar-
Large residence and two- Cots on 3rd
street and ath avenue; eight rooms;
modern.   $3500.
One hundred lots in the west end,
all well situated with a good view.
These   range    in    price   $75 to $125.
A  number of  small  accounts  were
ordered paid.
The   names   of all   resilient   householders,   qualified   to vote   for school
trustees on the Abbotsfostl  townsite;.I Snap these up.
was added as a supplementary to the;    Elght lots .,., $125 each ftcntin
voters'   list   and   certified   correct   l.ev'.uth street.
the Reeve.
The final   council   of   lhe   year   -*ii!
be held on Monday January 21.
Eleven acres lying mirth of Queen's
Park oa 6th avenue. .$2500.
this up.    $300.
Hoarding house on Si.tMi street, 17
rooms medern; convenient to tbs business section. Building modern, ami
a money maker to the right party.
Price $4,650.
New- 7-roomed Bungalow
Canadian Pacific Railway U.
British Columbia Coast Urn
Service.
modern,  full sized lot.   .$1800.
A   paying  investment on   Columbia
n 8th 8fc..|street; tot 66x66 with rented teiilding
Price- $3,000.
on
Splendid   lot   on   Carnarvon   street, j    House and half lot on Agnes street;
near Sixth streel;   size 66x132, facing   rt rooms.     $1,300.
south.    $1,250.
Agnes street east on full  sizetl cor
Lot on Columbia street; south side;   ner tot, a seven roomed house;  mod-
I size 66x66>; a splendid site for a block, era;  *ome fruit.    $2,800.
��� , ! $10,000.
Double corner 6th avenue and Gth i St. Andrews Street, lol 66x132, near
street.     $800. $500 cash,  balance six]    ,\  good property on Carnarvon St.,  Ninth street.   $250.
and twelve months at 7 per cent.       near  tenth  street;  suitable  for ware
house property; 'iiix 132 feet;  income
Fresh sauerkraut  for sale al  reichenbach's, lie per pound.
fire regulations adopted by the Commissioners; and also to the laws and
regulations respecting fires In the different Provinces wherein the work is
i eing i erformed.
The right is reserved to rejeel an
or all tenders.
By order,
P. lv RYAN,
Secre a .
The Commissioners of the
Transcontinental Railwa;
Ottawa, Jan.  5th, 19 i7
Newspapers insert in-,'    this
!$lT,.(ifi per month.   Onlj  $3.ooo.
Six lots facing Moody Square
$200 each.
Font
Price
Sixth avenue and First  street, four
a'cres.   .$2000.
Full   -i/.ed   lot  on  Columbia   sine'
west, of  Hurt'   block   and   two   lots   on
Clark- in  street,  with building.  Price
lots on  corner  Sth .-treet and   $1-1.500.
7th avenue:  a goood buj at $1200. Building   site  ��� "   west   -ide of the
l'-esceir. With   in Iguil ,'i   W of tile
On the Vancouver carline. 12th St.
9-room   modern,  residence;   large  lot
BTl I  f-'ii-        Price $3,000, $1,000 cash.
Several [0ts on Fifth avenue, be
tween 12th an i I3th streets, facing
south:   sfze   71x113;   cleared.     Price
fust right.
TIME TABLE
B. C. Coast  Line Service.
ALASKA ROUTE.
(Subject to change without notici
3S Amur leaves Vancouver Jan,
Ban, 22.
VAKCOUVEK-VICTORIA   ROUT1
Leaves Vancouver daily al l p.n
!,i ;i-, ������-, Victoria daily at l a.m.
VIC LQRLA-SEATTLE  ROUTE
PEINCESS BEATRICE.
Laa\ e - Vh I i -;..i daily excepl Mon
at S;::u,
VICTORIA
Eleven acn s, ch are 1, on sth avenue
$5000.
Five  lots  on   10th   avenue
for chicken raising.   .$500.
I river, at tt fair pi ice,
(table ��� ^ "'(''' :'' : ' wl'tbfn five, tnin-
I utes walk of th ��� Po I Offii - On Car-
' narvon stre i n tar VI    rl rah . 7 rooms
Three and one-half acres on corner
Sth avenue and 20th streel for $9C0.
On Nanalmo street in the Wet
four Io      cli   red onl;  $250.
NEW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
SS   I n I V   OF  N W'AIMD.
Lea ves Ne -.  Wi    rninsl ei  at  7
En i.   on Suncl ���. -
J2790 will buy two houses on south   bath, el ���
side    of Columbia    stre"'.    between   :ca. cc   $3,500.
Brunette    and    Keary,      Sapperl m; 	
, out  %  acre of land. ,     our '
between Hit
House on  Ke        st    et, wesl   side;     '
i- i
llsemenl   withoul   authority   from   the   i     iod house   .51100.
Finn's Printer will not be pal I foi 	
plumb
avenue
old;   House
������  ��� '       '   in -<   i n
1 til  $3,000.
si reet.
ner Sth avenue and Four
Two lots : ii Ing Moo ly Square.  I'hi.-
Is a coi nei nnd a good one.   $500.
Lol   on   lib  street,
avenue.     Only $250.
just   above   tth
Grand
D
i ������
Excellent Train Service Beti
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronti
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and the MART-
TIME PROVINCES.
'Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, via Niagara Kails.
$500 cash, and the balance
interest, will buy
lth  streets,    T'-     I
cr\4   water;   up-'.: da1     pi
7: .- p, ice of this ia .   .     .
a..,ts   of  $23.00.     principal
i   nveiiue  between  3rd
ith   electric light, hot and
:  v Ith  the scv.er.
 52,500....
j' -     term    can be arrut ...
ed fund      ��� .- nd un  I
Wo have tin-
n ,  le rate of
. and if you -
.   ci.
i ���     onej, we i an an ango
���%
For Time Tables, etc., address
GEO. W. VA'JX,
Assistant Gen'l  !';.
Agent, 185 Adams
3Si 1 i
St..
er and Tii   -
( 1 ��� ago, III.
Westminster
IM
1
GENERAL MAOH
VI ,
,\ I-,
SHIP SMITIM
."1 nn Tl i  U,
��� ���
V
Ornamental   In
Fi ie es, G it.es, Fin
Mall ordei - ?nd
vlted.
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jo ��i;
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New W      '-:'
RI
I
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VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S. S  Joan
'��� ly at 1; It
WEST   COi,ST   ROUTE.
Steamer Queen  City.
Leases  V'ictoi       at    II   p.m.   I
7th. and  I i'h each month tor t
ipiut;  leavi     Victoria    on
ij ,    . .    ,'���'..
LOWER FRASER RIVER  ROU   t.
Steamer Transfer
Le,-. us  New   \Vi
lay,    rut    ! :   ,    v,    ;...    ; ,   ,    |
.:. I    Fi Iday at  2 an     Sat
it 2 p. in. v. th ., Idl I m il trip on   '��� ���
lay al ���"> a. m.
Leaves sieve ton Monda.-. Tt
Wedties I - . Thurs lay an I Salti
7 a.  in.;  Frldaj   a!  fi a. i.i. add
nip Saturday  "> p, m.
UPPER FRASER  RIVER  ROUTB
S. S. Be.-,.ir
Leaves  New   Wesl minster, i      *
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chi!liwa.-f.  7 a.  Hi.   .      <>a
Thursdav   and   S M irdayta 8  ,:
landings   I etw^en   Ni ��   V- ���'
an ! f'liM" -      .
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.   ...   M-~:m&iZ*<��i
" r
:
v.
NORTHERN  B. C.  ROl
5.  S.  Tcc'o
l.e.��ve,   Vancouver  v   8   ;
and.   16th of each   month
/ ' I ������ ite - u Qrsl i.i  ai I
A ��� cu   I ie on  n
'.-    irt'iri     I ���'   -i'   il   ::   ���  ���'<
i     For   roi   ;-.- n I
call oi   iip,,
lentil      ������>   ''���    ���
-
: FRIDAY, JAN. 18, 190?.
THE DAILY NEWS
15 THE FLOUR
MANUFACTURED   -   BY   -   THE
pure]
HOW WARRIORS DIED.
Easterbrook Ming Com'y
OF   EBURNE
A lady should never forget to say-
IMPERIAL
-when she wants to obtain the very best Flour
Perfection is not easily obtainable, but you get it if
you order Imperial, made from the finest selected
wheat grown in the great Northwest.
Unexcelled for Pastry/
Try lt
Bakers, we strongly recommend our Strong Bakers.
Ask for  Terminal, and see that you get it.
I     The Easterbrook Milling Co.
McQUARRIE &   CO.,   Local Agents.
��� 122 Front St. ���
VtwHHitHBiHBaMiaaMi^
f
Grant, who time and again stood
untouched nuiHl a hall of bullets, flnal-
ly died of cancer.
William the Silent survived numerous conflicts and campaigns, only to
be assassinated after he was victorious.
Napoleon, apparently bullet proof
and believed by his followers to bear
a charmed life, died almost alone of
a cancer.
Cortes, the conqueror of Mexico, after half a lifetime of desperate fighting,
died In Spain of typhoid fever, neglected and despised by those whom he had
benefited.
Washington survived the perils of
the wilderness, the dangers of Indian
warfare, all the bullets and balls of a
score of Revolutl uiary battles and the
hardships of a seven years' campaign
to be bled to death by his d ii.lors.
Lord ("liv.-. the English conqueror
of India, a bold, active warrior, exposed to death in score-; of desperate
battles and by several plots, fell a
victim after his return to England to
the opium habit and committed suicide.
.'irv   H��   i>   ronrtenun   i-i��0"-.v..
Are we as Americans as courteous
In all our relatious of life as well disposed visitors occasionally thiuk us?
Are we us courteous as mixed blood,
equitable laws and a prevailing seuti
rnent of self respect might be reasonably expected to make us? l)o we not
sometimes confound issues, confuse
disinterestedness with politeness ami
believe that because good breeding
comes from the heart all good hearteJ
people are consequently well bred?
Yet there are men and women wuu
stand ever ready to help their fellow
creatures und who are seldom or ever
polite to them. Dr. Johnson was oue
of the kindest of men, but of that
courtesy which respects tbe feelings as
well as the rights of others he had never the faintest perception. "Now, what
harm does it do a man to contradict
him?" he used to say. and contradiction was the guiding principle of his
talk.     It   Is  a  .fcJiulhic   nrlni-Jijle   with
people of much less Intelligence today,
aud lt gives to conversation a rough
acerbity, destructive alike of pleasure
and persuasiveness, lt la supposed to
be a masculine prerogative, but, like
other masculine prerogatives, has been
usurped by an advance guard of women.���Delineator.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Absent minded.
La Fontaine, the famous fable poet,
was a most ubsentuiluded man. Meeting one day In a saloon a young man,
he was so favorably Impressed by his
conversation that he expressed his ad-
mlratiou for him iu the most flattering
terms. "But he Is your own son!" exclaimed a guest In astonishment. "Is
lt so?" replied the poet. "Then I am
the more delighted to make his acquaintance."
Owing to the lack of patronage, the
British Columbia Electric Railway Co.,
Ltd., has decided  to  discontinue the
service  on     the  Old   Line   (between
Westminster City Limits and Burnaby
Junction) after January 12th, 1907.
I     The car will then have been on the
j line for a complete month.    It is ev-
dent,   however,  from   the  amount   of
I business done that there is no justification   for  a permanent  service on
that line. Jd-9
A  Remedy.
"Kor some time past I've been buying a dozen eggs every week at this
store, and I Invariably find two bad
ones in every dozen. Something's got
to be done about it," said nn irate
housekeeper.
"Well." said the new clerk naively
and with a quiet smile, "mebbe if you
only bought half a dozen you'd only
get one bad one."���Grocer's Literary
Gazette.
II  l.n.ta.
When u man writes a proposal of
marriage to a woman he has written
something that will last forever. A
woman never destroys a letter that
contains an offer of marriage.���A tchi
��on Globe.
To  live long It Is  necessnrv to live
slowly.���Cicero.
Til" Same Tlilnu.
r*a Twaddles Well, what's tbe matter now? Tommy Twaddles-Ma says
I mustn't never say a word while she's
ln the room. Ma Twaddles-Why, no, I
didn't, dea.". I said you mustn't Interrupt wbil* I'm talking. Tomtny-
What's tb>; difference? ��� Cleveland
Leader.
Ask for and Insist on getting
Maple Leaf Rubbers ��� there
are no others just as good.
The lines |made for durability
possess a remarkable degree
of style, while the stylish lines
are very durable.
Synopsis   of   Canadian   Home
stead Regulations
Any available Dominion Lands within the Railway Belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family,
Of any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
MO acres, more or less.
,.j|ICntry must be made personally at
tn local land office for the district in
Which the land is situate.
The homesteader is required to perform the conditions connected therewith under one of the following plans.
(l) At least six months' residence
Upon and cultivation of the land in
each year for three y*ars.
(-') If the father (or mother, if the
father is deceased) of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity
Of the land entered for the requirements as to residence may be satisfied
by such person residing with the father  or  mother.
(j) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satii-fied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the Commissioner of dominion  Lands at Ottawa of intention
gto apply for patent.
W. VV. CORY.
Deputy  Minister of the  Interior.
N, B.���Unauthorised publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
ter.
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK TI1K TICKET AGENT
To SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
jE'K'it Trains  Every  Day in the  Yc ir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OE FAME
Tib?. NORTH-WESTERN. LTD.
Embotlies the newest and best ideas
for OOMEORT, CONVENIENCE,
and LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas;, the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
World. The equipment consists of
private compartment cars, standard
16 section deeper?, luxurious" dining
car. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modem day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
, For Time Tables, Folders, or any
further information  call  on  or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
i      ??0 Srccnd Avenue, Seattle, Wash
Northern Pacific
^m emsmm'sM 4m>4* ^^^ em+
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.   Low Rates.
Quick Time, Excellent Service.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St Paul
AND ALL POINTS EAST
Steamshir Tickets on sale to all European points.
Special    Reduced    Rates    Round    Trip
Ratss  to   Southern   California.
I For full informtion call on or write
0. E. LANG, General Agent,
480 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
! Portland, Ore
Spokane falls & Northern Ry Co.
Nelson & Tt. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
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.
Connects at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific Railway for Boundary
v'reek  points.
Connects at Meyers Falls with
ttage  r'ail.y for  Republic.
Buffet   service   on   trains   between
! Spokane  a.nd   Nelson.
\     Effective    Sunday,    November     io,
; IQ01.
| Leave Day Train Arrive
i  o.^o a.m Spokane  ....7.15 p.m
I 1.?.25  p.m Rossland   ....4.10 p.m
0.43 a.m Nelson 6.45 p.m
H. A. JACKSON.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLIN,
WHITE   HORSE,   DAWSON   and
FAIRBANKS.    Daily trains  (except!
Sunday)   carrying   passengers,   mail,
express    and    freight   connect    with 1
stages at Carcross and White Horse,!
naintaining a through winter service, j
For information apply to
I.  if.   ROGERS,  Traffic   Manager,';
Vancouver.  B. C.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS!
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
REDUCED   RATES
WINTER CARNIVAL, - Rossland, B. C.
Tickets on sale Feb. 11th to Feb. 16th.
Returning Feb. 18th.
Fare and One-third Return
1
ED. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent,
New Westminster
E.  J.   COYLE,
Assistant   General    Passenger   Agent,
Vancouver.
ATLANTIC- STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CANADIAN PACIFIC RY.
I =F"iNEST   AND   FASTEST^
j ^EMPRESSES'
,   18,000 I EMPRESS OF BRITAIN ) 14,500
I  H. Power\ EMPRESS OF IRELAND I      TONS
If yon aie sending for friends from
I the   old   Country,   buy   tickets    now
1 while the  cheap  rates  are on.     You
���ui  gel   better    accommodation    mil
1 heaper rate by applying to
ED. GOULET.
f.l'.U. Agent.
"The Milwaukee'V
'The Pion?��r Limited" St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line" Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains iu the service on any
railroad in the world that equal in
equipment  that of  the  Chicago,  Mil- i
1 waukee   &  St.   Paul  Railway.     They \
own  and  operate  their  own  sleeping
and dining cars on alll their trains and !
give   their   patrons   an   excellence   oi j
��� service not obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE. General Agent.!
134 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland. Or
NOTICE
Notice to Water Consumers.
�����
Owing to excessive use and wash' of
water since the frost Bet in, the Reservoir is getting lower and the supply
for fire purposes is endangered. Consumers are requested to be careful in
the use of water and not to allow their
taps to run, but use stop ami waste
cocks where they are on the service.
Any service found running water to
waste after this notice will have the
water cut off.    By order,
W   A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, .lan. 7, 1907.
Purchase Notice
Notice is here'../ given lhat GO days
i': er date   l Intend  applying  to  tiie
Ci li:'   Commissioner   of  I.an.is   and
Works for permission to purchase the
following  described  land, situated at
j the mouth of the Kildala river. Coast
I district: Commencing at a post mark-
I ed w. M.'s N. B Corner planted on
1 the south   hank   of the  Kildala  river
; a; the mouth, Tunning as follows:  40
chains    south,    40   chains   west,    40
chains north to the shore line, thence
1 following shore line to place of com-
: meneement, containing 10 acres more
or less.
I    Aug. 27, 1906.
Locator, W. MOODY.
Per FRANK VANDAL, Agent.
Oct. 24,  1906.
BUY
MAPLE LEAF
RUBBERS    Und Registry Act
TRADE *   MARK
REG.
You cannot make a mistake in
buying Rubbers if the emblem
of the Dominion is branded
on them���you may if it is not.
J. Leckie Co., Ltd.
Vancouver, B. C.
Selling Agents for the West
Re Lot 4S4, Group 1 (except two par's
conveyed), New Westminster District.
A   Certificate   of Indefeasible  Title
to the above property will be issued
to Rhoda McKamey on the- 29th day
of December, 1906, unless in the meantime a valid objection thereto be made
to me in writing by a person or persons   claiming   an  esta'e or  interest
j therein, or in any pan thereof.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
1     Land    Registry    Office,   New West-
: minster,  B.C.,  21st  November, 1906.
Sole Agent for New Westminster
W. E. SINCLAIR, The Leading Shoe Store
Shingle and Saw
Mill Machinery
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
The person or persons having in their
custody   or  possession the   following
, Title Deeds relating to the said prop-
! erty are requested to deliver the same
j to the undersigned:
12th December, ISO".���Robert Gran--
| ville McKamey to Thomas Robert M >���
j Kamey, conveyance in fee.
'MARTIN, WEART & McQUARRir.
J Barristers, Solicitors, etc., New Westminster, B.C.
Agent.
LIMITED.
New Westminster, B. C.
1
Carruthers Manufacturing Com'y. j
Manufacturers of I
Show Cases, Store Fittings and Bar Fixtures i
The Carruthers Manufacturing Co.
VANCOUVER, B.C.
Owing to the heavy snow up North,
quite a number of Lumber Camps and
other places of business have closed
down. This has caused from 50 to
IO11 men to call upon us daily, looking
for work. If you should need help iu
ihe woods, railroad, etc., call on the
ft'iiinil Employment agency, IIS Whip*  street,  Vancouver.    'Phone 2586.
R. H. McNAIR
Manager,
Growing Appreciation
OF ITS SUPERIOR QUALITY COULD
ONLY CAUSE SUCH A RAPID INCREASING DEMAND FOR OUR
- Sugar Cured =
Breakfast Hams and Bacon
Ti REICHENBACH COMPANY, H
In the Supreme Court of British Columbia.
IN THE MATTER of the
Settled Estates Act and
amending Acts.
���AND���
IN THE MATTER of the
title   to   part   of   l.iot   1.
!i ���   '.  '.'.. suburban lands,
Ne      Westminster   City.
whi reof     John     Oswald
'    dthard  is   tenant   tor
In    possession    ami
Earnest Barr Coulthard is
ti d int ;a tail,
Pursuant to the Order of the Honorable Mr. Justice Morrison, sealed tend
ers addresse i to ��� >. .1. Cambridge, District Registrar of ihe Supreme Court,
New  Westminster,  11. C., will be received by him up to Saturday the 19th
day of January, 19 '7. for the purchase
of   part  of 1.,.:   one  ill.  Block  Three
till.   Suburban   lands.  New  Westminster City.    Tenders must be accompanied   by a   certified   cheque for  Five
(���"���), per cent, of the amount tendered.
.1   P. HAMPTON BOLE.
Solicitor  for Petitioner herein,
.la. .".
NOTICE.
Hereafter the sum of 50c extra per
ton will be charged on all coal delivered beyond 4th avenue and Penitentiary, or any extra long packs, and
1 Ither up or down stairs.
GILLEY BROS., LTD.
BKLYEA  & CO..
J   W. CREIGHTON. wi '*'
THE DAILY NEWS
FRIOAV,   JAN
THE DAILY NEWS
Published by the Daily News Publishing Company   Limited,   at   their
of'.iees,  corner    of   Sixth    and   Front
streets. New Westminster, B.C.
WINDSOR TABLE SALT
u   tiie   salt   of   ntkfad
���11 tat
for
jie anu ftoiuehoid lues.
Absolutely pure, never cakes.
Managing Director..
.J. C. Brown
A'VERTISING RATES.
telegrams  say.     In  such  a  scene of
confusion it must  be a very difficult
and sheils in order to see'the great
bright Haines leap skyward. Children
commit arson, in a word, out of a love
of fireworks.
Children often wreck trains. Some
times they do this from reading about
romantic train wreckers. More often
they do ii out of curiosity. They pile
obstructions on the track to see what
will happen. They have nn idea that
anything very serious will happen.
Children, of course, steal a good deal.
JEWELRY
Transien.    display   advertising,   10 ,���.���,,,,. )n ���,,, a1 ,],,. facis. and the ten- Tll��' ,,ost "f ""'�� and women, looking
co&t* per   me   nonpariel)  Li lines to '                                       ...,,.,������..,,..    i��� back   on   their   childhood,   can   recall
the   inch.      F:ve  santa  per  iine tor dency is generallj to exaggerate.   Un- a theft   Bteallng ,8 naturaL
Futse.n-ent Insertions, fortunately, the average news-gather- ChUdren now and then murder. Their
Reading notices, bold face type, 20 ���''   appear--  to  think that   there  is a motlve  ,g  always  jealousy.   Thus  In
rents per line, brevier or nonpariel, 10 markel for   ���sensations," and the more , Vienna   a   boy  of  ten,  jealous  of  his
cents per line. horrible the better.     That   a   fearful in-other and sister, who seemed to be j
For    time   contracts,   special   posi- calamity has befallen Is beyond doubt, more petted than himself,  killed both   |
tons, apply to advertising manager. |m,   p   wm   probably  be  found,  when of them and then took bis own life.���
Notices   of   births,   marriages   or t1,e whole truth comes to be told, that Philadelphia Bulletin.
deaths, 50c.   Wants, for sales, lost or 	
t-mnd. rooms to let. etc., one cent, per the horror has been  painted  In more
word.       No advertisement taken  for lurid colos'3 *'. an the facts Justify..
ies-i than 25 cents. 	
Diamonds
Watches
CLOCKS
The Way Iii Turkey.
In  the days  when  M.   Paul Canihon
represented the Interests of tbe French
TELEPHONES.
Day Office   A22
The touch of Winnipeg winter has pepubUc al Constantinople Mine. Sarah
Peon   enjoyed   by   many   people,  and Bernhardt,   who had  been  touring  In
hero in N.-w  Westminster,  very few eastern Europe, was desirous of giving
have  suffered   sci-iiiiis Inconvenience, o   dramatic   representation   at   Vil.liz
Night Office   B22   p,ue]   Bjjortage,  trouble     with    water kiosk.   The sultan was willing, and the
������        *   pipes, ami oilier incidents of the rare terms  were duly  arranged  with  the
���,.=;���;���,                             visitations of severe weather in places keeper of tho wardrobe,  the  worthy
<u!i,qN;��>?Bj,                         whj(li are unprepared  ,,���. Buch  wea. pasha who has the control of all enter-
. - ther conditions  have affected   neigh- MameaU al   i'ildlz,    But  the pasha
,                   .   ,    ,. held out his l in ml tor more backsheesh
FRIDAY, JAN.  18.  1907.                 1"""1-" ('l!,"s"" l""h S1,1^ '"  ""' """��� than   La   Belle   Sarah   fell   Inclined   to
 ,   much  more than the5   have  affected ^ 1U|(] su t|l��� ,ong |(,iik(,(| f���r rpp.
New Westminster,
HORACE   DORER
Goldsmith,   Silversmith,   Diamond Merchant
F. CRAKE
celvei
fiom boib  Liberal and Labor parties
In   an election  can In
All hough   a
THE   LATEST  DODGE.
Referring to the article copied by
Mclii i le papers from the London,
(Eng.) Financial News, the World
says: "We wonder if the News-Advertiser takes its readers for a pack
of fools'.' in yesterday's issue it tried
i i deceive Ihem bj a device that w.i.-
worn out in Eastern Canada years ago,
ami has been repeated here over and
over again, generallj unsuccessfully,
on the eve of an election. The scheme
is to gel an article inserted in one or
more of the purchasable financial
newspapers of London deploring a
change of governmenl here lesl financial conditions be disturbed and the
public cii-dii injured. Mr. Turner,
when confronted with one of these
prepared, purchased, and lying articles, nine years ago, told his audience
thai he could get anarticle inserted
h. any London paper for money."
We fail  to  sec  how ii  could be anticipated,  by those  who look trouble
and spent  money  to procure the in-
sertion of the  article, that  it  could   ���,.,������������ the Ar,������, ,,,������, ,,,,��� rhaat
do the McBride government any good. ���-n<i    - ins the Bye.
Ill our view, il is more likely lo turn It is not only , < muscles of the a-m
voi.es againsl them than In their fa- which are tested by properly organ-
vor. We of the Wesl want no dicta- fzod rifle shooting. It supplies an ex-
lion from London as to how we shall   ,,('llont   exercise   for   the   chest   and
niaifage our own affairs, and certainly   lu"fis- 0ne ,,f the m'st thi,lgs th; youn8
,     ���     ,    ,.  .   ,.       ,. rille shot has to learn is how to take a
we do  wanl   dictation  troiii  an  organ    ,        ,,     ..    .    ,.., ,.     , ,,,
deep breath, to lill the lungs with air,
oi   corporations and exploiters.    We   and tueu t() ho|(1 tue breath wnlle tb(J
know   already   thai   the   men  who  re- ,-iilo Is kept absolutely steady and the
gard   British   Columbia   simply  as   a finger is gradually tightening on the
place oul  of  which big dividends can trigger.    A   glance   at   any   successful
be  had. are in favor of the McBride rifle shot will show you a man with a
Governmenl or any government of that deeP ''llc-st and fuI1 Powers of breath-
resentation did not take ph  surah i    English Watchmaker
Bernhardt    lOSl    by   it    ��1,000   and   the    Two   doors   from   Geo.  Adams,   Grocer
There are to be two Jardlnes In the   coveted order of the Chefekat.    Her
next legislature.   John Jardine, a well   maun, the conjurer, knowing the ropes      Ladies' Gold Watches from $.!.: .     i
w
known champion of progressive  Lib-   better than the French a.-tress, squared
eialism mi  Vancouver Island, has re-
he    unanimous    nomination
Gentlemen's Silver  Watchi
face, $6.00
ipen
the keep,.,- of the wa,-,iroi,e, gave bis   aGe'nJjamen.a silv,.r Watches, double
how  anil   eot  bis  thousand  noiniils���   t,ast,   $750 up'
.,~~������~~���~���,���, _~~~���      Agent for the celebrated South Bend
Hk|tf~^T��� tT~*k WSL Watches, supplied to the Wellman Arc-
In Esquimau.    In 1903, although he               |>IU I  ll_L tic Expedition.   All warranted,
had  several disadvantages  to contend   ���     Chains, Kings, Jewelry, etc.
with, he came within a  few voles of       ,  . .       ' ,,      .   ,    Watch repairing: charges reasonable.
I   na\ o   .eon   informed   that   Mr.   A.
carrying   the   seat, and   this   lime his' ,y    Ki(.,]|||f  ,us  ,,���,,���   canva8slng  ;,I1(.
sllr(,t'ss ,l il,'s a6 CertaiD aS ill��"1"1-    trying to sell Singer Sewing Machines
E endeavor to give satisfaction
to our customers; we think we
have, as our business has grown
rapidly during the past year,
If you are not dealing with
us, we would be pleased to have
you give us a trial.
wish
warn the public thai   Mr.
namesake,   he   is no.   in   any   way   re-    ,.Jchorf ,g  n(),  ,n  afly way ������,������.���,,
with the Singer Sewing Machine
lated io Et. Jardine, inn there is the
resemblance between them, that  both   ,,,���, ���1I1Illi; ���,���,,,, .,���.    urh  : ^.A
are   vigorous   and   fearless  campaign-   singe,.  gewing  Mach,ne PAYS  THE   HIGHEST
ers, and both have the reputation of ..  ���_  TOr)rj
saying  what they  mean and  meaning New'westniinsier   r   r  I PRICE     FOR      HIDES.
what they say and slaving with it.
R. Jardine is going up against the
Premier, and .1. Jardine has Mr. Speaker for an opponent.
fa rmers > |The CITY GROCERY
rl; ii- Fraser River Tannery
ADAMS & DEANS
RIFLE SHOOTING.
stamp.     A   government     which    will
look  after the  Interests  of the Pro-
mg.
Any form of recreation which trains
the muscles of the arm and exercises
vince���which believes in promoting the chest and lungs would seem likely
the prosperity of the average man. to be beneficial to health, but if that
and requiring the dividend-hunters to is not enough there is the unequaled
pay a proper quid pro quo for (he con- training which rifle shooting gives to
cessions and privileges Lhey obtain, tho eye and to the hand working with
I the verv lasl thing such paper, as the ��5'e' Tue wrltor remembers bear-:
       '. ,   .. Ing a  musketry Instructor boast that
the   iinauclal   -News   wants   lo see. ,      ,     ,   ,       ., , ,      ,���
he  bad  lengthened  n it. only  his own
Sight,   but   tllC  Sight   Of  scores  of  boys
"HONEST  JOHN." whom he had taught  how to use their
Delta   Times,  with    admirable   cys in aiming at a target, by t>vo or
,   .     ,, ,   dispatch,   winds up  the   three  hundred  yards,  simply  by con-'
,   ���...,.    of Hi-- Vancouver Pro-   tinned practice nl long distance shooting.   It is astonishing what results ran
e this wa> : ,,.,���.,��� ,       ,    ,
_,      . .,     .       be obtained in this wav by placing a
The   Vancouver   Province    is    in-     . , ���    , , ���     ,
rifle on a sand bag raised on a tripod
clined  lo lie  winy al  the expense ol    an(i raaking tho pupil aim as nccurate-
. Oliver,  his old  yellow grip and    |y as be can at any distant object. The
:   e red mitts which the bright report-   eye can be trained, of course, equally
,., sticking  out   of  his overcoat    well, though tbe sight  will not neces-
VVi-ii.  Johu   does   wear   red   sarlly be lengthened, l>; ing fit oh
,iml a c,oBe ol) eryer mlght .,,..   jects close at hand.-I.ondon Spectator,  r;;;
led  a  few straj   hay seeds about bis ' g|j
ci   i ���   all tbe farmers ol CHILDREN'S CRIMES. M
I el  -  are nol   voting on a  man's ner- , " ...... : i
Arvin,   Tbcft    and    Train    V. ii'iUIhr   3  :
:;'"-   !     ���    al'c   '""   lntl"- Common,  l<"orKer)   Rare. ''-.-';
lhe        I brand   il hair       Children's crimes are reci guized by   M
oil ho u        ir th    | ei I ime    on    hi     crlmlnologl its as  a   large  and  Impor
e;   lo il        leath   the   taut branch of criminology.   The cornice  an and      'ii     monesl of children's crimes are arson,
will  head  tin    poll    stealing  and  train  wrecking, and the
rarest is forgery.
Arson,  in  the c nmtry  espe ���hilly, is
frequently n crime of childhood. < 'min    ,
I ��� nan    .     <2... .:.;;i,,,.' ,,   ,., fl,.g , , ,,.,���   ;,.  . . m
������������������������������������������������������������������������������ ������������������������������������������������������������������^��������
Gilley Bros.
We wish to call the attention of the (Brick
using) public to our new and
varied stock of
FIRE BRICK AND
PRESSED BRICK
From the Vancouver Fire Clay Co., at
Clayburn, B. C.
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Our Waterproof Arctics are great protectors on
a cold winter's day.
Don't Have Cold Feet
Nothing can equal a pair of Arctics for keeping
the feet warm and dry.
Tiie kind we keep
Men's HIGH TOP MANITO-
BAS, made with heavy wool lin
ing, the 3-buckle kind. $3 a : >;
������is
he
_ an in ton
Watch
Movement
 11      lion da
ci
     t in 1      i ustl
. en th ii h
"... thin
ON  THE SPOT.
?2'UrtKA minster nUUOLi
cop I
y editors knov
.    .1   rs, t a|
"McKcnssic   In 1
ONE NIGHT ONLY
touch the     injile's pockets TT"i IfT'IF*i A V     Ia����i    "v1*?'
    ,         interestedin l UfcSUA I , 33X1. &&
anyl      ;." The  farmers of Delta cer- *	
i hart their ponkets touched pniiilTCCC   HI PA    U��1M    UAT7CCI11T fv
 isiderably. Their LuUNItlbO   ULoA    im    M\!a\1\\\   I
Inti      i not   load   them  lo   vote
Ir. ' '��� ���., ��� but i al her i q vol ���
lo esti dish ;i i overnuienl at Victoria
i hal will nol toui h i heii iiockets qult3
so often  o ' n        d - |)    inl i
i hem."
Tl Hon.    W.
-        inis .ti  N'ew
I'l  :   al    Vis
i i   ,-. eat:'
ago im     lived a retired life,
renin otli     of I lie i en who wei e
id       i oniin    I in  tha
and a Big Feminine Array, in
Anna Held's New York
Casino Success,
ie Little Mm 1
Men's medium height I.
JERSEY ARCTICS, black fie
lining.    $2BS^5 a pair.
LADIES'   FLEECE-LD
BUCKLE OVERSHOES, evei
pair    absolutely    waterpr<
$2.25 a pair.
Ask for OVERSHOES and you'll get genuine
FOOT    COM FORI
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THE HAMILTON.
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with a cast of Clover (' imi'.: n ,
including
KOBLKT   LETT
and a   Dashing   Beauty   Cl   i . .
50   -People i.i  the   Ensembli ���   SO I
Beats on sale at Ryall's I irug ::   ire
Prices���$1.50, $1.00, 76c, 50c and 2   .
ffc ij m ^. t #%$.-
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S'COUVER AND NEW WESTMIN    ER
Xfanufacturers unci Dealers in A'I Kinds vt
,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,,
Interior Finish,    lurned Wc '..,    Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes
Stock Plain and Vi-.:,ry Glass.
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' e .����� Westminste FRIDAY, JAN.  18.  1907.
THE DAILY NEW^S
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THE
CASH STORE
OUR GREATEST
JANUARY
CLEARANCE
SALE
In a very short time the new goods will be here.
Then away go the winter ones. To-day bargains
brighten every corner of the store. To-morrow bargains will still abound, but don't leave it till next
week.
The goods mentioned below are but a few of the
many whose prices are cut in half- - - which we positively don't intend to carry over till spring.
Tweed Skirts for women, grey with red and blue
overchecks, cheviot habit cloth skirts with silk strappings and navy blue hopsacking skirts. Worth 3.50,
4.50 and 6.25.   January sale $ 1.95
Ready-to-wear Hats for women and girls, in popular shapes and popular colors, trimmed in popular
styles. These were 2.50, 3.50 and 4.00. January
sale  95c
Colored Flannelette Embroideries, pink, blue
and red, with white stitching; also with self color
stitching of  silk,  200 yards.   Worth 7c, 10c and
' ^HH.. 5c
TRY
i
12 l-2c/  January sale, per yard.
Colored Wrapperette? for blouses, kimonas and
wrappers; the prettiest we have ever had; 400 yards.
Worth 12 l-2c,15c and 20c. January sale,per yd 1 Oc
Colored! Taffeta Silks, in Nile green, sky blue,
ink and Yellow; Tender Wrap Taffetas. Cheap at
Oc per yd.   January sale, 14 yds., per yd .. . .25c
A heavy snow storm was raging all ,
(lay yesterday at Nanalmo.
Try some ol  Reichenbach's    tasty
fiesh sauerkraut.    It will give you an;
appetite. 6c per pound.
The Dauntless is now berthed on
the cast side of Gilley Bros, wharf.
The owners have decided to leave
it there anil wait till the ice rolls by.
Luncheon Parties, etc.,���Ladies desiring assistance in the serving of
Luncheons, Dinners, etc., .should communicate with Mis w. J. Norfolk,
Post Office, Xew Westminster.     7d-7
Tickets fur the performance of "Cu-
pin in Posterland," to be given on
-ith and 25th, may be obtained at
Ryall's Drug Store, Dyke Evans ami
Callagh m'-,  or  from any of 'In-  per-
' 'ill i .s.
while playing hockej on the North
Ai :n yesterdaj afternoon, J. II Smith.
captain of the N'ew Westminstei base
ball loam, receh   la nastj cut acr >.--'
. ���   face,  an I   was  obliged    to retli
; i ore the - ime     The Injury Is more
��� infill  ill in   .-������: i iua
There �� ei e no i a -<���- I > occupy the
ention of the polii e magistrate yesterday morning, the second-hand heat-
I-, recently Installed in the station
corridor having : tile i to prove as
great a drawing rani as Chief Mcintosh had  Inticipated.
It look five liin lus exactly two
days to saw one cord of wood for a
local man. they having undertaken to
do the work at a tixi"i price for the
sawing and their rations while on
duty. Apparently the Hindus have be-;
come adept grafters since their coming into this piovince
The Polamtiei Sist ���:-. who were 10
luve played In .;'. Patrick's hall yes-
��� . laj evening, were unable to reach
the city on accaunt of a train acci lent
i ast of Kamloops. An effort is to be
made to have the company appear
In re next Monday evening, on their
n nun from Vancouver Island, where
they are to give a coiijile of concerts.
A few leople from Manitoba who
have been spending a few weeks in'
N'ew Westminster in order to be rid
of the cold weather" which uniformly
prevails in the Northwest, a*c quietly
returning home with a careful record
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Farm   Land!
30  Acres    ���
2p~*0 per acre
First-class   Soil
Good    ! ocation
Good   Road
Only   6   miles   from   City
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WHITE & SHILES
260       Ma St., New Westminster
Phone 85.
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of the weather on the Pacific coast
for the last ten days, and propose to
have the newspapers of Winnipeg exploit the facts in order to prevent further emigration   to   this   province.
A floating dock composed of square
cut timbers is lieing constructed at
the (J. n. it. wharf for the purpose of
protecting the piles from contact -with
the moving ice. The timbers are so
arranged that they will rise and fall
with the tide, and are efficient protection. The usual plan to have boom ;
lo"s alongside the wharves has been
discarded in this case, as the officials
believe their new plan wil be more,
efficient.
li has been suggeste i that ll would
be an excellent plan for all the boys
who xo to skate on the North Ann
to-day, to arm theemselves with
brooms. The Ice will be covered with
tbe beautiful, and unless skaters take
the matter seriously and all go prepared to do their share toward- making skating i pleasant pastime, the
burden of the work will fall upon a
few Industrious ones The ice is
public property and unless there la
a sweeping bee, there will not be a
fair dist i lb ttl in of labor In the matter.
Mr. Cotton, C. lv. lias arrived in
the city from Ottawa to act as supervisor of the work of construction
going on in the district in the interests
of the V. V. an 1 E. railway. Mr. Cot-
ion is at the head of his profession
although a young man, and has filled
a number of positions of trust along
the line of his own work. He will remain in the district, until the work is
completed and will make New Westminister his heal quarters, Mrs Cotton will arrive in the city in a short
time,
!-'. W. Pretty, who has been visiting '
his sister, Mrs r. w. Mlnthorn for a
few weeks, left yesterday on a visit
to Victoria. Seattle and oilier coast
cities. He will return to his home at :
Kamloops in lime to take his place
in the bonsplel, which starts there
on Peb ::. Mr, Pretty is an enthusiastic curler and is connected with one
of the star rinks of the upper country.
While In ihis city he invested in $3,000
worth of real estate as he was impressed with the healthy condition
of affairs at this point.
George Adams, the grocery man. is
like   a   good  many  nine   people  and
"up ag'in  it."    His  delivery men. all
save one. are laid up with la grippe,
and the teli phone Is almost red hot as
;   resull   of  :!!���    frequent     messages
which come asking why the goods are
-.i late in being delivere 1     Mr. Adams
and   his   cl irks are  taking  whirls  al
driving the horses and many and nar-
u ���.   are the escapes of unwary pe 1-
estrians as  i result.    They are d ling
���  best, In     ������   r, to 1 eep pace with
the  work ai        e  praying for better
-
i >: ' i       dealers
llj Ne ��� - to i ont a-
th statemen re ide by one ol
Van ers   to   the   efl
that i id not been raise 1 in i rii -
the   mines.       A     communic tti n
i ii.- mine managers  was  sh
lng I ' dealers that i   i
in    he  i : :i     of  tl .r   coi n
in actua fact, sin -
vei closed up, the local al
3 were,        n     the recent raise
Lee's Furniture Emporium
For Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,
Window Shades, Pictures and Framing,
Couches, Parlor Goods, Rattan Goods.
ASSORTMENT THE BEST   QUALITY THE HIGHEST! PRICES THE LOWEST!
LEE S     Furniture     Emporium
Dupont Block New Westminster        Tel. 73
I OUR j
1 Winter OVERCOATS!
MUST   GO
STOCKTAKING IS ON, AND WE NEED  THE
ROOM FOR NEW GOODS  WHICH ARE
DAILY ARRIVING.       BELOW ARE A
FEW OF THE MANY BARGAINS
ON SALE FOR THE NEXT
FIVE DAYS:
Our $9 Overcoats, dark tweed, with velvet collar, Italian
cloth linings, for       .... $7.00
Our $10 Overcoats, dark tweed, self collar, some with
velvet collars, good trimmings throughout  f.50
Our $13 Overcoats, dark blue beaver cloth, also dark
tweeds with velvet collars, several different lines
to choose from Q,^ 7q
Our $15 Overcoats, in several different styles and patterns, all new and up-to-date lines, best trimmings
throughout 11.50
Our $19 Overcoats, in light and dark tweeds, conforming and plain styles, velvet collars, best trimmings,  15.00
A few "Hart, Schaffner & Marx" OVERCOATS, in
black and dark grey Melton cloths, with Velvet
collars; very stylish coats; reg. $24 18.00
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF AN OVERCOAT
CALL AND SEE THESE LINES.
The Wardrobe Clothier
9.
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ing coal at a few ���
The ext 'a i
.!.   lit;   ! eing      c;   ioned
neo    :-    a     inloading  the      al
Vancouver       1   resh
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or 1�� ISa^i   i ...
W*< 've got lao many Overcoats and we don't believe ..'
We want to sell ours and here's the way we feel abi
We would raiiior sacrifice our profit and part of the cov' than   an
another season.    Inert':, nothing wrong about .. r propositi) i.
It/s good business for us ro do i
The Coats are of this season    ir.ak
er to
R9ffl
Di lly   Arrivals.
'    Mi ���.    .   i    Suthi
.11 ind wife, V; -'i	
���W.     Met .   \':i'o om
and
, \. Lovoii. Den-
;    J,    Courltcy, Phom
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Col nial D. .lorn s, Nelson; W. De-
Si ' le; C, Fulton an 1 wife, A.
���, 1.. Twlck, New  York,
Our Prices and the Temperature Are Both A way Down
4 cleared Lots in Sapperton for $500
3 Lots in Sapperton  " 250
3 Lots en Princess St  " 850
Burnaby, 10 Lots  " 550
partly cleared  " 550
2 3-4 acres on car line  " Ton
22 Lots, two cleared, new House.,. " 1400
Culi   and   inspect  our  c.os-tipEctc  list
at   attractive   prices*. >
^IcLEOD, "MARK &  CO.
"The Farm Land Specialists," New Westminster
The 're right  in cut, i.
.. ake ��� the i est we vo tiaa.
,, i tailoring, and are Lhe pro!
���just a plain, fair and    iua
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jl .,,.   ire a few of our price  Inducements plainly pui
prize,
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pur $12 0\ercoal s wo offer for
c tr ?15 Overcoats wo offer for
R)ur ?1S Overcoats wo offer tor
(' i! $20 Overcoats we offer for
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w-=;!ksojj MDVFRTISF. IN  THE  NEWS THE DAILY NEWS
f-HIUAY,
JAN. ,.
THE MEXICAN OCELOT.
A Great Jumper 1. This Strange Utile Spotted Jungle Cat.
One of the most interesting animals
of the new world nnd yet one of which
little seems to be written, even by
sportsmen who have spent much time
iu Mexico and the Central American
Ktates, is the ocelot, the strange little
spotted cat of the dense jungles of
tropical parts of the two Americas.
They are not nearly so heavy ns the
average lynx of the eastern woods and
are Infinitely lighter on their feet.
They run with the greatest agility up
and down the almost perpendicular
trunks of trees and follow n crippled |
bird out on limbs too slender, it would
seem, to bear the weight of the parrot, let alone the cat. Parrots are the
ocelot's principal food, and their hunt- I
lug is done almost altogether by day,
though, like all the cat tribe, they are
thoroughly at home in the blackest
night.
The parrots which they hunt fro- l
quent the thickest of forests, coming
to the ground only in the rare open j
spaces and along the banks of the
many small streams where they drink.
In order to follow them it Is necessary
that the ocelots be great jumpers, and
so they are. When 1 was following
the hounds through the southern California hills after wildcats and an occasional mountain lion I was wont to
say that the latter was the greatest
jumper on earth. The ocelot lias any
mountain lion that ever walked beaten
n block, length for length and weight
for weight.���Forest and Stream.
The Art of Getting Rich
THE TIME HAS COME for New Westminster to forge ahead. As
the Province develops so will the City grow. It is essentially a city of
manufacturing sites, and the investment now of a few dollars will repay
a hundredfold.
DO  A   BIT  OP  THINKING!
Size up the situation, and buy now before the snow flies.
HITESIDE & EDMONDB
ters and solicitors   m Si n
Columbia  street.  Mewu-f^l
'��� "Still;;.
W. J. Whiteside, Ii. r
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R. J. P. HAMPTON  ;.,,,.
tor of the supreme   ouh iS*
Canadian   Bank  of  ,���,     ';,; 0 ,.,
ing,  Columbia  street,  i
office. New Westminster    �����"
loan.
POBite
M'':.��
LUNCHEON  WAS  EXPENSIVE.
Iiimi-ii,i  ��f  l.*l Franc*  It  Henlly  Coat
40,000 Franca.
One day three friends in Paris were
taking n walk together.
"I should like to have an exquisite
lunch,'' said one of the three.
"I should be satisfied with a lunch,"
said the second, "which is a little short
of being exquisite."
"And I," remarked the third one.
"should lie content with any kind of
lunch."
Unfortunately none of them was possessed of the necessary money. Presently one of the trio was struck by an
idea. He led his friends to a music
publisher and made him an offer:
"Buy from us a song. This gentleman wrote the text; that oue set it to
music, and I shall sing It, ns I am the
only one of us with a good voice."
"Well, sing it for a trial," replied the
publisher.
The young man complied, aud the
publisher seemed to be satisfied. He
paid 15 francs for the song, and the
friends hastened joyfully to a restaurant.
The author of the text was Alfred
de Musset, the musician was Monpur
aud the singer Dupre. The song, which
was bought and paid for with 15
francs, "The Andalusian Girl." yielded the publisher 40,000 francs.���Harper's Weekly.
13-roomed House, with
bath room, pantry, scullery, root house and wood
shed attached; electric
light; 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. Price of house and
land going with it, $4,000.
Telephonic communication
with house.
2 lots can be bought separately; 50 ft. front, 280
ft. deep, $750 each; good
bearing fruit trees; lane on
back from 3rd Ave. to 4th
Ave.
Orphanage
One acre back of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
House on Brantford St.,
rents $15 per month. Will
sell for $1,500. Terms
$750 cash, bal. easy.
Another of Our Snaps.
320 acres near Cloverdale; one mile
from school. 4o acres cropped this
>ear. 30 acres slashed, easily cleared.
I'est prairie land. Frame house, 6
rooms, plastered; large harn, chicken
lu use. woodshed, etc., etc. Only
$6,400. terms easy.
Snap in Lots.
Three lots, less 16 feet, corner 0f j Kurnaby,
Sixth sueet and Fifth avenue.     Justlclitt Can
$1,000, terms easy. House on Roval anJ Klghth str0et
Vacant lots for sale in all parts of, two storeys, seven  rooms,  full  sized
the city, from $25.00 to $3,000
SO acres, one mile from Abhotsford,
10 acres cleared, good soil, 220 fruit
This is in Victoria, are you moving?
I room cottage, water lavatory, back
kitchen; barn 20x25: size of lot, lux
140; fenced and cleared; only $1,200.
Easy terms. Enquire at once for fuller particulars.
Full sized lot, No, 12 Third avenue
and 13th Btreet, north side. $300 easy
terms.
lots,  full sized on 6th street, in
2 lots, corner Bth street and nth
a Minie; size of lot 100x100. Corner
lot. Can le bought at once for $450,
inside lot $400.    timid snap.
168 acres. Coqultlam, 10 acres clear
ed, near Black's ranch, $2,000.
House and lot, 33 X 100, 1'���..Morey.
Situated near Queens avenue. $1,150.
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
One hundred and Blxty acres N. w.
U Sec 15, Township 11, two miles
from Fori Langley, j acres b1 ashed,
No. 1 land. Price, $10 per acre. One
third cash, balance on time, 7 pi r cent.
ii.terest.
UARTIN.  WKART ft  McOTJAp,
"*   barristers, solicitors etc    '
flees:    New Westminster'Tra.   t,
corner  Clarkson  and   Lorne
Vancouver, rooms 21 to   i   u- '*'
ville street.   Joseph Martli   !? 'lx
W. Weait,  W.  a.  McQ
Bourne.    Mr.  Martin  wilfl
Westminster offices ever,
ternoon
HOWAY.  REID &  BOWES   I
ters,   solicitors,   etc.,   42  ]'���'
Court
street,   opposite
Westminster.    A. Wheall
241.
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G FORCE K. MARTIN, Ban
Solicitor, Guichon  bio
bis and McKenzie streets   \ ���
minster, B. C.
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Fast   side   100   yards  from
factory.     Price   $1,020.
lands,   near
TO INVESTORS.
SO acres, half milo waterfront, G.N.
Stri-tigth  uf a Bear.
Few people know that a grizzly bear
can give points to any other carnivorous animal In point of strength. A
grizzly bear weighing just four hundredweight has been watched carrying a heifer of more than two-thirds
Its own weight for two miles up the
most steei) and rugged mountain side,
and this without pausing one instant
for rest. The grizzly bear is the largest and most powerful of all the bear
tribe, but his cousin, the cinnamon
bear, runs him very close, and the big
white polar bear, though not really so
dangerous a customer, is capable of
performing the most extraordinary
feats of strength.
R.  running    through,
easy.    Investigate.
Two  storey  house between
and Fifth avenue, seven rooms. Rents
for $15.     $1,700.
Six lots, 50x150, outside city limits)
$60 each   lot.     Fuller   particulars  on
enquiry.
160 acres, Westminster district, 4u
acres under cultivation, 10 acres orchard, % acre strawberries planted
this year; alder bottom land; running
spring; house IS x 22; frame barn 30
x 32; 14-post frame house and constables, three in all, stable 8 cows and
2 span horses; near Mission Station;
schools, churches near at hand;
steamer lands twice a day; about 100
acres timber, fir and cedar, never been
logged; $2,000 refused for standing
timber; carriage house 16 x 24; hen
house made of hewed timber laid in
mortar, 12 x 30. A chance of a lifetime, $8,000, $4,000 cash, balance at 6
per cent.
i trees, price $1,400, half cash, balance
| in three equal payments at reasonable
j interest.
150 acres improved land,  buildings
$9,460, terms land sheds complete, near Cloverdale;
all  under cultivation, $15,000.    If you
Fourth   can   handle   this, don't  delay;   it's  a
bargain; terms can be arranged.
Furnished house to rent;
10 rooms; close in; $25 per
month.
Or, will sell the house
and 22 ft. on Columbia St.
for $2,600; $1,000 cash,
bal. in two years.
1 lot, $2,000.
20  acre   blocks,    fruit
Junction, $20 per acre
4S0 acres, Maple Ridge, Sections 28,
2'J and 32, Township 9, one-half prairie, rest brush and some small trees.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Section 29, $60 per acre; Section 28, $55
per acre. Telephone at Hammond:
telegraph station. Pitt River Bridge.
Terms, half cash, balance one and two
years at 7 per cent.  Exclusive agency.
1 1-2 acres, between oth
and (5th avenue and 10th
and 14th Sts.    $500 cash.
One hundred and sixty acres, N.W.
',.4 Sec. 25, Township 16, 2% miles
fiom Abhotsford, creek running
through, r,ii acres alder bottom, said
to be $600 worth of timber on the
property. Price $10 per acre, % cash,
balance on time
Giving Impressively.
There are diversities of giving as
well as of gifts. To give a little with a
grand air sometimes seems to make
more of an impression than to give
much modestly. The world lias not
changed In this respect. Samuel Pepys
wrote in his "Diary" In 1660: "There
was n great number of merchants and
others of good quality (at n dinner) on
purpose to make an offering (to two
newly married servants), which, when
dinner was done, we did, and I did
give 10 shillings and no more, though
I believe most of the rest did give
more, and did believe that I did so
too."
Convicted  i>j   sleep.
A Paris woman who was arrested
for picking pockets and who pretended
to speak an unknown language betrayed herself In her sleep. When
brought before tiie magistrate she was
Interrogated by Turkish, Russian, Pol
Ish and Hungarian Interpreters, but
none could  understand  her.  although
One   believed   she   spoke   a   little  known
dialect of Persia. The magistrate was
nol convinced and ordered \wv to be
kept in the prls in Infirmary under
strict surveillance. In her sleep the
woman talked fluent French, with the
true  Parisian  accent.
II NEW YEARS SPECIAL IN
SAPPERTON
A choice property has
just been placed in our
hands for rapid sale. Read
carefully, and invest; it's
a monev maker.
50 Lots 45x120 in Sapperton, overlooking the
Fraser River; between the
Hospital, Distillery and
Brunette Saw Mills, with
school in center; 17 double
corner lots, balance front
and well located; all easily
cleared; perfect river view.
Corner lots $125, inside
lots $100. Only 1-4 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
160 acres good farm land in Delia,
about oV2 miles from river, near Scott
road, $12 per acre; a real good buy.
100 acres, N.E. Vi section 19, township 10, Langley; small house, 30
acres cleared, timber valued $750.
Price $1,500, one-third cash, balance
nt 7 per cent.
House and IV2 lots, 5 rooms, price
$1,375, half cash, balance to be arrang-j
ed at ij per cent.; Alice street.
.Tames Inlet, three square miles, at
$���.00 per acre, half cash, balance easy, j
Does It Pay?
160 acres, 10 ac. cleared,
without a stump in them;
nearly all planted with
fruit trees, apples, pears,
plums, cherries. Small
house; barn and stable 30x
56; good well; half-mile
from school. Only $10
per ac. and terms easy at
that.
Business Opportunity
Bakery and Confectionery business for sale. A
splendid opportunity for
good man. Shop, house
and stable rents for $25.
Lease, $700 cash for
business.
W. MYERS GRAY, Barrl       so
and Notary Public, In ; i
1891 ai New Westmla u      ,.
Sees removed to Curtis I
son    street,  opposite    c.     ���  u
P.O. Box 169.   Telephone m
BOARD OF TRADE.���New
ster Board of Trade meel
Board Room, City Hall, a   '
Second  Wednesday of ea
Quarterly  meetings on  ���      .... .
Wednesday    of     Februa       ;,|.
August and November, at  ��� ;"���
Annual meetings   on    the   Be
Wednesday    of     February.   ';;."
members   may   be   pro; ;
elected at any monthly 01   [ua.-���-,
meetisg.    A. K. Whl'e. Se. .
SECRET  SOCIETIES
UNION LODGE, NO. 9, A. F.4 a I
���The regular meeting of tl
Is held on the First Wednesday!
each month, at 8 o'clock p. a,i
the Masonic Temple. S
brethren are cordially Inviti I
tend. Dr. W. A. DeWolf Se::
Secretary.
LOTS    LOTS     LOTS
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.
Lol No. 10, full size, on Agnes
street, all cleared and fenced, ready
for building; a real good speculation
foi   $600.    Half lot No.  7, $250.
07 acres, Hornby Ranch, Nlckomekl,
house cost $2,500 when built, 20 acres
cleared.    Price only $3,000, half cash,
balance easv.
���
SO acres of land near Sutherland's
i mill, in Surrey; good house, G acres
'cleared;   only $1,000, easy terms.
House and lot, 50 x 133, back of
i brewery, facing Columbia St. Rents
for $24.00 per month. Price $1,200,
half cash, balance In six months.
��� You cannot possibly get a higher per-
j c.entage for your money than 1-1 per
| cent.
���10 acres near Mud Hay, $7 per acre;
j see us for fuller particulars.
8-roomed house, all modern Improvements, fine location, corner of Fourth'
( street   and  Amies,    $5,000,    one    half
cash,   a comfortable home and   good
family  residence.
Eight-roomed house . all modern
conveniences, on Carnarvon street and
Sixlh sn-eet, two Btoreys, $3,750.
Ten acres in Lot 463, one mile east
of Westminster Junction, Al soil, easily cleared.    $30 per acre.
Two storied house, 7 rooms, bath,
sewer connections, all modem improvements, splendid locality, $2,800.
Terms arranged.
House, corner of Fifth avi nue and
Sixth street, one lot, two storeys, 8
rooms, $2,500, half cash.
Boarding house, 20 rooms, on Sixth
Btreet, one block from post office,
rents at $30 per month, or for sale at
$4,500.
KING SOLOMON LODGE, NO. 17,1
F. & A. M.���Regular commtiw
tions of this lodge are held on ti
second Tuesday In eac^i monti .:
Masonic Temple, at 8 p. - .
Ing  brethren  are   .'ordiai -
to attend.    D. W. Gllchrl. ��� S
ROYAL  CITY   PRECEPTORY. V. ������
R-     B.     K.    of     I .    meet,
Friday     of    each      month,
p.   ni.,   In   Orange   hall,   come:
Royal  avenue  and   7th   stret-
Jounilng  Sir Knights   cordial
vlted to attend.    W. E, Dunli ;
P.; .1. Hood, Reg.
House, eight
street, corner
terms.
room.-, on St. Gei rge
Fourth,   $2,500;   easy
1 louse, full sized lot, on Keary
street, Sapperton; rents for $10 per
month.   Only $1,050.
Just Look!
80 acres in Matsqui Municipality, 4-room house,
chicken house; one ac.
cleared; good well, purest
water. $1,000. Chance
of a lifetime.
160 acn - on the Scot! road, 15
cleared; barn 50 x 30; .-'allies,
splendid soil- only $30 per acre, ;
cash, balance easy,
acres
etc.;
11,000
Practical Illustration,
"My dear," said the caller, with a
winning smile, to the little girl who
occupied the study while her father,
��n eminent literary man, was at bis
dinner, "1 suppose you assist your papa
by entertaining the bores?"
"Yes, sir," replied the little girl
gravely. "Please be seated."���Washington Journal,
The Wl��e Man.
"This popular fiction is all rot. in
real life the girls father seldom objects to the man of her choice."
"Vou're wrong there. He often objects, but he's usually too wise to say
anything."���Louisville Courier-Journal.
Mouse and lot on Sth street. Lol 66x
120, 6 rooms, woodshed chicken house,
$1,050.   Ti rmi  eaay.
160 acres, Langley, 2~> under cultiva-
: ion; house, u i rn, sheds, etc, all in
good repair; a snap al $3,000, half
cash.
Three   full-sized   lots, cleared   and
i fenced, close to car; corner of Fourth
; avenue and Third street; a good speculation;  five minutes from post office:
$1,800;   easy  terms.
i Seven-roomed house, Seventh street.
| near Fifth avenue, two storeys, full
I sized lot, $1,600.
CO acres good fruit  land In Surrey;
can be bought  now for $25 per acre,
1 only one-quarter cash needed, balance
in one or two years ai 7 per cent.
Between Fifth and Sixth avi nues,
near Seventh Btreet, eight, rooms, an
mo lei n, stable and chicken bouse, full
sized lot, two storeys, $l,oi>o cash,
$2,500.
160 aires in Surrey, .". acres cleared,
fenced on road side, $1,800, half cash.
balance on time ai 6 per cent., su ,-
|ect lo sale  if limber.
FINE HOW FOR SALE
t in best residential portion of New Westminster,
east end; close to car; 6
large rooms and large reception hall; modern in every respect; 2 full lots 132
x L32, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and flowers:
tennis court on one side.
Price $2,500. Terms $600
cash, bal. on mortgage.
160 aires In Surrey, near Brown &
j Coulthard's ranch, $7 per acre:  good
I terms;   fruit   lands;   see   us for   particulars.
House, 10 room.-., ii�� jots, near
Fourth avenue ami Seventh street,
$2,000,    Terms ean be arranged.
135 acres, one mile from Hunting-
j don, B.C., 70 a.-res in grass, 16 acres
j dralne i and fen, ed; hou e and harn
cost $2,500j good road along one side;
price $50 per acre, half cash, balance
io sull purchaser ai 6 per cent. Reason for selling, the owner's wire is in
bad health, and has to go to a cold
climate.
LOYAL ORANGE LODGE. NO.
���Meets in Orange hall first
third Friday In each month al
in. Visiting brethren are cor
Invited to attend, w. Pope,
.lames Humphrey, Rec. See.
li O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, No :
The regular meetings of this
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Col
bla  street,  every  Monday  even
at 8 o'clock.   Visiting brethn n q
dlally Invited to attend.  A. P 11
day, N.G.; W. C Coatham, Ri    6
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE No
���Meetings the first and third To
day    ln     each     month.        \    '
brethren cordially invited to    In
Lodge room, A. 6. 1T. \Y. 1..    0
fellows'  block, Clarkson  bI
S. Corrigan, recorder;   Lou
master workman.
FOSE   OF  COLUMBIA    LODGE  N��|
115,  SONS  OF  ENGLAND.  B. 8.-
Red Rose Degree meets Si    n I
Fourth Wednesday of cm I
In K. of IV Hall, Columh
8 p. in.. While Ro e De ���������
Wednesday   In   each, moi
time .md place,    Visiting -
cordially    Invited.      E.   I'
combe,  Hies.,  II.  Disri-v, S
A CHANCE OF A LIFETIME I
Exclusive Sale
5 acres on Gth St., just
off city limits. $1,100,
easy terms. Fine property for subdivision or
market gardening, chicken
ranch or small fruit farm.
House
i storeys,
' $2,500.
ind lot on Agues street, two      Double tenemenl house, ;, rooms in
even  rooms;   a   real  snap ot ' <';nh  house,  water, light, full  size lol,
between First and Second streel,
Fourth avenue, on north side. Price
$1,500, half cash, balance in one year
at 0 per cent.
Large lot   ami  two cottages on ('
lumbia street, Sapperton.   Both rented!
at $10 each.
COURT BRUNETTE, No. 40      lf;
--.Meets tin' Fourth Frl
month   at   s  o'clock-,   in   :!
hall,  Oddfellows'   block.
brethren are cordially Inviti ri to4
tend.    .1.  H. Rushton, C. R.: 1
Maxwell, R. 3.
Part of lot, 369, joins Ijalie Commur,
about To acres, only $2a per acre.
Half cash.    Jump.
Five
street,
$7,000.
collages and two lots on First,
opposite Queen's   park.     Price
One and a half lots, Sapperton, just
off Columbia slreet and Brunette, only
$1,200.    Terms to  be arranged.
Pull si/ed lol on Regina street, r,lix
132, l.oi io, sub. i Lot s. price $150.
1C0 acres, all fenced, ready for cultivation, good water, half mile from
school, at Chiiliwack, $75 per acre.
64 acres in Pilt Meadows, only
$35 per acre. One third cash, balance
at 0 per cent.
COURT ROYAL COLUMBIA. No.8
A.  O.   F.���Tho  regular  n   ""
this Lodge are held on t)i>- Sec
and Fourth Tuesdays of ei
at n p. ni. In the Oddfellows' H��
Visiting  Brethren are ci i    ill
vlted to attend.   E, C. Firth, CJ
F. P. Maxwell, Sec.
TE��
8 and 10 acre
miles from the
blocks In Surrey, three
liver, $10 per acre.
Any time Is the proper time for say-
t)g what Is just,���Qroeli Proverb.
McQuarrie & Co., Real Estate Brokers
Agents for Employers' Liability, and Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
THE ROYAL TEMPLARS OF
PERANCE meet every Wednesdj
at 8 o'clock p. m., in Oddfellow
Hall, Columbia street. VIsM"
Brethren are cordially Invited to'
tend, Geo. Burr, S. O.J N. H W-
Sec.
80N3 OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT*
SOCIATION, LORD OF THE ISI>
CAMP, 191.���Meets on the Firsttfj
Third   Tuosdnv  of  every  n
K.     of     1>.   Hall.       John       :  SITI
Chief; ,i. j. Forrester, Re   Set FRIDAY, JAN. 18.  1907.
THE DAILY NEWS
���= IHfc   rAMUU^ j
Rapid, Easy Grinders |
THE FAMOUS
LAND REGISTRY ACT
Re Easterly
feet  of ixit  l!  and
OTTAWA,  ONT.
Three sizes,���8,10 and ;;
' ' j 1st
12-inch plates.    Also\Z\
Competitive drawings are invite 1 tor
Departmental and .Itistice Buildings to
be awarded a premium of $^.000, the
ment at Ottawa, Ont.
the  meantime a valid objection there-
e made to me in writing by a per-
Westerly   11   feet  of  Lot   4.   Block   5, Architectural   Competition for Depart-
New Westminster City. mental   and Justice   Buddings.
A Certificate of Indefeasible Title
to the above property will be issued
til William Campbell, Matilda Campbell  and  Elizabeth Campbell on the
dav of February, 1907, unless in'.
The author of the best design will
be awarded a premium og $$,000, the !
,:.   .,         :  ..!,-   -lii,.im<  an .   ,,,.. ���r Second  �������*  M>000.   the     third     bestj
bagging  attachments �����"��������������� * therein, or m any pan there, *-oo�� ���* ^ *��^ ���*** nm.
00       <->                                                     0f Drawings will be received not later;
C. S. KEITH, tllan  Al'riI  15tD> 1907' and  are to  be I
District  Registrar of Titles. addressed to the Secretary of the De- j
Land  Registry Office, part ment of  Public  Works, Ottawa.
N'ew Westminster, 11.  C,  December This  competition  is  open   to Cana- j
24, 1906. dian   Architects  who  have   been resl-1
The   person   or  persons   having   in dent in Canada for one year or more,   i
their   custody   or  possession   the  foi- Conditions of    competition    stating]
lowing Title Deeds relating to the said requirements of buildings aud  maps
property are requested to deliver the showing site, etc. may be had on ap-
I same to the undersigned. plication  to the undersigned,
October   IT,   1889,   Augustus   Lund- By order,
bom   ti   Donald   McGillivray,   Convey- FRFDGFLINVS
ance :.i fee of part of Lots 3 and 4. Secretarv
March 2, 1883, Peter Monetta to An- Department of Public Works,
stus  Lundbom, Conveyance of part Ottawa, December 12, 1906.
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutters.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
Bank of Montreal
I
Have you  noticed
what
"Progress
Brand"
has done to give men finer
looking��� finer fitting ���
finer wearing Suits and
Overcoats ?
See the new styles and look
for the label that protects.
H.   L.   de BECK
PROGRESS BRAND
CL0THIN6
of Lol
ESTABLISHED 1817.
incorporated   by   act   oi   parliament
CAPITAL  (ALL paid up)    $14,000,000
RESERVE FUND $10,000,000
Rt. Hon. Lord Strathcona and   Mount   Royal,    G.   C.   M.
O  Honorary President
Hon.   Sir   G.   A.   Drummond    President
E. S. Clouston, Vice President   and   General  Manager.
General banking business transacted.
Branches in all the principal cities in Canada, in London, Eng., New
lYovk, Chicago, and St. Johna Nfld., and correspondents In all parts of the
���world.
SAVINGS   BANK   DEARTMENT
NEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH G. D. BRYMNER, Agent
Newspapers Inserting this advertise-
BAXTER,  McLELLAN & SAVAGE, ment without authority  from the De-
Agents partment will not he paid for it.
IT   Hastings   Street,   VV.,   Vancouver, ,	
B. C.
Moreys
A LOST RIDING  HABIT.
NOTICE.
Alex.Speck's
POR
lhe Royal Bank of Canada
Insures absolute security to depositor*,. START NOW to save your money
and you will never regret it. People do harder things every day and have
nothing to show for it.
ONE DOLLAR opens an account. Put It In your pocket, it would probably be nothing, but ONE DOLLAR deposited every week with us will in
ten years amount to $604.50.    THINK   THIS  OVER.
OPEN SATURDAY EVENINGS. 8 TO   9  O'CLOCK.
HEW   WESTMINSTER   bHANCH
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
Canadian Bank of Commerce
Notice is hereby given that thirty
days after date I intend to apply to
the Honorable, the Chief Commis-'
sioaer of Lands and Works, for a
special license to cut and carry away
timber from the following described!
lands: ,
No. 1. Commencing at a post planted on the Dominion Boundary Line,
on Share's Creek, about half a mile
northeast of Pitt Lake, thence North
Sf chains, thence West SO chains,
thence South X0 chains, thence East
SO chains to point of commencement.   I
No. 2. Commencing at a post plant-
r-1 on the Dominion Boundary Line at
the commencement of Claim No. 1,
thence East 80 chains, thence North
SO chains, thence West 80 chains,
thence South 80 chains to point of:
commencement. Sl9n Ma" on Wheel.
No. 3. Commencing at a post plant-' Columbia St. New Westminster,
ted 80 chains North of post first des-1 Phone 275
cribed in Claims No. 1 and 2, thence: ,	
North 80    chains,    thence    East    80!
chains thence South 80 chains, thence
West SO chains to point of commencement.
THE  FRASER   RIVER   LUMBER CO.
J. ROSS SHARPE.
Secretary.
Staked, Nov. 29, 1906,
dohn P. Thompson.
OFFICE
Second Hand Store STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attend-
edfto. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
(^ompl intents
of the Season
DAIRIES
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
Paid-up Capital, $10,000,000.     Reserve Fund, $5,000,000
HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.
B. B,  v,-\i.KEH.  Oeneral Manager.        ALEX. LAIRD, Asst. Cenl Manager.
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED STATES AND  ENGLAND.
We take this opportunity of expressing our sincere thanks to our
many customers for their  liberal   pat-
  ronage during Xmas week and previous-
IWKE NOTICE that application has  ly_   0ur business this year, 1906, has
LAND REGISTRY ACT.
been made to register John W. Burr
been a record breaker,  especially  dur-
A GENERAL   BANKING  BUSINESS  TRANSACTED.
:, No. c-
Every
this 1'.
all, Col
v  even
��thn n f
cab
P.
Out-i
.. r tl
i, Ri    6
DGE Nc
==--���
third Tn
-   3K��
to itdei
8 r
FARMERS'   BANKING,
ifility  afforded   Farmers  for   tl-cir  b.-.nking   business.    S?les   Notes
.   or  taken   for collection.
:,   by   mail   Deposits   n ij  :     a a '���' or wlthdra vn
i aci'mm 3  receive every a tontlou.
mail.
as the owner in Fee Simple, under a j,
Tax Sale Deed  from The Corporation : inR Xmas weekl
of  the City of  N'ew Westminster, to Trusting that   you   will  favor  us
John W. Burr, hearing the date 15th  with your patronage in the future,
day of June, A.D. Hit).", of all and singular that  certain parcel or tract  of
land  and  premises situate, lying and
being in the District of Now Westmin
u i. In the Province of British Colum
.... more particular^   known and des
��� i as Lots li io 16 inclusive of lot j
remain,
Yours truly,
W. C. CHAM6ERL1N
AY WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R. DAVIDSON. Mana   ir
OPEN   SATl'KDAY   EVENINGS, 8 TO 0 O'CLOCK.
1    If
l/lll sPiU.UUU
��� "" ���;������;������-;:. ��� ;j      ,
&������
I
12,   Suburban   Block   13,   New   West
��� e   City.
You and each of : ou are re juired to
contest I he claim of the tax ptircha    r
' ::i   :' irl .'-live  da} s   from  the  date
f tl     Rrsl  publii ation of Ih s n ith e,
. .. >..*.,.:.....,.....��� ..���..���:.���.��������..���.������>:������������>���>.:�����>�� �����:��>:> ������;:���:'; ������'   ' '   shu11      ^ster  John  W.j
:'t   Burr,, as owner thereof In fee.     And
-. r rlra,��OT���.ra��a��r��ittnnn :����<-,i, ...g   (i   ( flirtiier order thai publication of this
��� i   ���  : one month In a daily news
��� ���     .  lishe 1 cl  Ni w  Westmin tei
e   good   and   . ifflcii nt   sen i. i
at I .- Land Re  Isl ;    -.' i -
.   \ Insti :    Province i     Brit-
la, this '- ith daj of Di i em
or, A.1     " : G
C. S. KEITH.    ,
District Hi- -      '
-'   I loi    V   Hamm  I
VII I   rsons served with this n ,:<
ind  'i i se i laimln    thro u h or    i
���  ������ all   i       ii     cl Imlii ;  :in,\ :
I by A   tu   u
-. Istere ! ;'      unenl. i n I    II
sons cl ilmln      n    Intere i In the
rj     ��� n     .-. hose  ' II      li
I   un li     the  provisions
i I   lj-.-r stry Act," Bhall
ipi e:l   i nd  debarred   fi om
ay i laii i to or In rei pi - I
i  land so sol 1  rot- taxes as
���  ovided   for  by the  ���'Land  Registry
ir pii efe o       initun  in oui c tab!
bout res            First come, - ��� ���
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THE JEWELER     Columbia St.
Hot Water
Bottles
all prices
SPROn-SHAW
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
300 Hastings St. W , Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven Teachers
Forty-Five   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. J. SPROn, B. A., Principal
It Lost  For the  r'.niprvan Kugrnlo tie
French   F.m|��ire.
Even Emlle de Glrnrdin, whom Eu
genie welcomed as'-the gravedlgger of
dynasties" because be had none to
Louis Philippe on the eve of his flight
In IM* to warn him as he came to
warn her now, said to ber very seriously that night:
"Should your majesty appear bravely on h irseback In tbe midst of tbe
people your majesty can still count on
their enthusiasm and devotion."
Eugenie resolved to show herself on
horseback,   she ordered that the riding habit  be chosen.    It  must be ;ill
black, of the severest simplicity.   Ami
she  would  just  pin   tbe  red  ribbon  of
the Legion of Honor on her left breast.
Often    the    slightest    causes    bring
about the gravest results.   The tragedy
of the empire's last chance, therefore.
! must be sought along with the black
! riding skirt and corsage.
By Incredible ill luck they could not
find it. There had been one. but it bad
! disappeared, "doubtless stolen." Oth-
i ers were at Complegne and Fontaine-
i bleau. They found a riding habit of
i dark green with heavy gold braid, the
costume of the Imperial stag bunts.
"It will not do," Eugenie sobbed; "It
will not do!"
��� And so for lack of 0 black skirt and
I corsage the empress of the French was
j forced to flee her capital and lost an
empire.���Sterling Heilig In Metropol-
i Itau Magazine.
A FLY IN A WEB.
EMERSON'S DRY DOCK
Foot of 4th Ave.   Cor. lGth  Street
New Westminster, B. C.
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All kinds of Ship repair
work.
Ship and Scow   Building
a specialty.
Estimates   promptly furnished.
W. E. EMERSON
RESIDENCE���24 Eighth street, New
Westminster, B.C.
SOUS TO HER,
PITS TO ORDER,
The   Wuy   a   Tiny   Suider   lmpri*oiie<l
IIIn DIk  Victim. i
"One morning when busy In my
] workshop," says a naturalist, "a large
| fly, double the size of a bluebottle, was
caught iu a spider's web in the window close to where I was at work. It
was held by two of Its lens only, and
for some time the spider, which was
about the size of the fly's head, proceeded to strengthen its hold by attaching numerous extra lines to Hie
two captive limbs, carefully I; leplug
out of reach of the others, which were
letting out In all dlrecl ins In frantic
efforts lo escape.
"Iluring a short respite iu the captive's Rtrugglcs the spider cautiously
approached and with Its hind legs nor
several turns of its tiny rope round
one of the limbs lhat were free. These
tactics were carried on till nil the legs
were firmly  bound.    It  then injected
poison Into i C ih" legs.   This s ion
showed Itself, for Its deadening effect-!
reduced the victim's struggles in u
marked degree. The poison paralyzes.
Inil does not kill.
"Shortly nfl r ;-. second bite reslst-
: nnd tho victor settled
dov .i to bucI Hi" juices of ii - fallen
prey The ��� I a les lasted quite an
hour.    N'oxl  ; r the fly was alive.
i/.IJU   nnd tl ' spld      rns still sticking out its
llfebl    il."   ������   '������������ - -
5.00
n        ihe
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DRUG   STORL
EYES   TESTED    FREE
By Graduate Opllclan
MARVELOUS   REDUCTION
until March 1st, 1907.
Plenty of Goods to select from, of the   hli    :
i atest Patterns. ,,,        . ,,
Satisfaction guaranteed or m iney re
funded.
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
247 Front Street   -      AVu Westminster
OPEN  EVENING I
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Westminster
Trarssf er Co��
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Columbia St.
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[luggage  delivered
part of tho city.
promptly   to   IttJ
Works
be
'. etne
; ram O! ilcc
[���"or eh   Lri   signs, dynamos, motors,
fai      , li   .   fixtures, shades, bells, bat-
and  i ������ des of all  kinds
size .   House wiring.   Motor in
:. iiing a specialty.    All kinds of re-
. imptly attended to.
V, Proprietor
PHONE 304.
J . H EN LEY i Light and Heavy II
aulin
Manufacturei  of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty,
Tel. 113. Office,  Eighth Street,
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
ifftco 'I'hone lSfi.
nam  t Done 137
BLACK��IV!iTKiK.-..
i ant hush \
th ' n
pi I'
V:,     Old      '
si        ; thi
aft;    years
ipi '.   :
COIl:|        ll .;.     I lu ���
faul
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.
here's il ������
Ills   Pipe,
���, iii.au   h;nl
more than
a   natural  conse-
to   love    !    as   a
I   ��� ���   'r, his In-
lhe  i!.   ���   1 o-
The    Id man
il hi       - that
"ii   a  p - -      In  his
��� ���'��� oa
��� me
I
Having bought out the   ila
j ing business of It.  H.  Benson,
I  ie  pi"ased  in see all his old Cll ���
. . s well as new one i.    Hi
ng a specialty.
H. M. KNUTSON,
Eiicjiith  Street.
������'
������ yer
the i.      i ,"
..���t."
a co
���,.-    i tbe 'eail
ndon Taller. r s
xms uiLiij i in xn�� o
1:1.1
Special Blend at Special Price
Clearing  out  for   stocktaking
Only
per lb.
GEO.  ADAMS
n    IV      C 1      Oi GEO.   ADAMS
Public Supply Stores     PrOP.
���Phone   105. 'Phone   l05-
THE   CELEBRATED
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Matter intended for Ihis column should be addressed, -Social Editor, Daily News, P. O.
Box 402, New Westminster."       ^_
J. McDonald, the railway contractor
who has been seriously ill in the
Hospital for several days past, is now
rt ported to be well on lhe way to re-
ocvery.
Smart   McKay,   of   Vancouver,   has
been appointed night station agent at :
the V. W. k V. depot, succeeding Mr. j
Welland, who has been transferred to
Seattle.
A. E. Rugg, son of Rev. M. L. Itugg. !
D.D.,   went   back   to   Suininerland   to ;
his   ranch,     yesierday.     after  having
spent a few weeks with bis parents.
U.   \V.   Turnbull   left   yesterday   afternoon for Agassiz, to fill a position
as  bookkeeper  for one of the lumber j
camps in thai vicinity.
Ed.   Goulet,   station   agent   at   the
('.  P.   It.,  was  laid  up  yesterday with '
ihe fashionable la grippe,
The Bridge club met yesterday af- ,
li riiimii al the residence of Mrs.
charleson. The members present
were Mrs. Hull. Mrs. Graeme, Mrs.
Coulthard, Mrs. DeWolf Smith, Mrs.
Yeungllng, Mrs. Gordon, Mrs Gaynor,
Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Cotton, Mrs. .1. Stil-
well Clute, Miss Mabel Gray and Miss
Grace Corbould,
SKATES! ICOLLISTER
SKATES!
BOTH
HOCKEY
AND
ACME
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Box   345
'Phone   105.
'Phone   10i.
WE   HAVE
Those Planks.
To the Editor of the Daily News:
Sir: -Referring to the "Pointers" iii
the Daily .News of this morning, in
which il is stated thai our esteemed
citizen and eminent politician, P,
Peebles, supplied two planks for the
governmenl platform, 1 should be glad
to know if these planks, Or either of
them, had anything to do with the
wardenship of tile provincial jail?
Yours, VOTER.
Jan. 17. 1907.
ANDERSON &
LUSBY
I
I
PERFUMES
GALORE!
All the Leading Lines, put
up in suitable packages for
The   Holidays
several blocks in the city and adjacent to it that
are worth your attention.
Eleven acres, cleared, facing on 8th   Ave.
Price $5000,1-2 cash, bal. in one year.
Another 11-acre block, lying north of Queen's
Park, on 6th Ave  $2500
Four acres on 8th Ave only $2000
3 1-2 acres on First St., adjoining the city.
$1100. About $600 cash, bal. easy.
THE DOMINION TRUST CO.Ltd.
THOS. R. PEARSON, Manager
Columbia Street, next Bank of Commerce
DON'T LOOK
at this "advt." UNLESS you want to buy the
CHEAPEST HOUSE IN TOWN.
Two lots, lovely garden, magnificent situation.
Price     ...      ....      $2,050
Terms 1-3 cash, balance any old time.
This will be worth $3,000 in April.
Sergeant  Kitty.
"By jove, that was certainly a good
show;" this  Is one of the comments!
beard  last   nighl   as   the   last  curtain j ALSO
fell   on   Helen   Byron   and   her  com- :
pany.    It certainly was a  very credit  j BRUSH and COMB CASES
able   performance,  lhe  company   car-
ried its own scenery and the costumes , TRAVELING  SETS
were  fresh  and   pretty.    Miss  Byron
TOILET SETS,  Etc., etc.
A good supply at
T.A.Muir&Co's
herself   has   a  sweet   voice   and   is   a
dainty   and   pleasing actress.    James
McElhern, as Jacques  Jonquiniere.  is
a  first   class comedian  and   kept   the
audience in a roar all the time be was
on the    stage.    Miss    Desmond,    tis
"Henri's" wife, and Tom Hadaway, as !
"Celestln," did     very     well,  and  the DRUG   STORE
chorus   was   good.      It   is   a   pity   that   ��ffar</ Block, - New Westminster
there was not  a larger house to see
this,   one of the   finest   musical   com-
edies In the local Opera  House for !li%A/      l^l      B~^
hint;  time,  but  the  cold   snowy   night     ������ ���    1^1 ���    L^TcIfJ^^r
is 1o blame for that.
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminster, B.C.
ANNUAL   STOCKTAKING
Clearance   Sale
NOW IN  PULL SWING
The low prices prevailing on Women's and Children's ( lothing
in our Reatly-to-Wcar Department have made that departim 11 the
center of attraction during the opening day of our Clearance
Here is another attractive list of prices on goods placed
bargain table for this week end. You will find every articli
buying now, even if not needed at once.
Misses' Cloth   Skirts   for   $1.50
10 only, Girls'Skirts made of servicable Cloths of Dark  E
regular prices (2.00 to $3.25 SALE PRICE each   ji,50
$15   C.ipes   for   $3.95
To anj Woman who desires a warm wrap for anj woai
inij. we recommend these Capes.    They are nol exactlj  ni
they are of the best cloths for wear thai can be produce i
are   Golf   <'.ijr��-~. others  are  Velvet   Capes   and   Sealetti    i
regular prices $10.00 to$15.no SALE PRICE each   $3,95
Ladies' Golf   mouses   for   $1.95   each
A fine garment for this cold snap, In fact for anv kin<l ,,-
weather. Thev come iii all colors; some an- open iii front, others
are closed;  regular values $2.50 to $3.00,   BALE PRICE each $1.95
i'ii onl>. Ladies' Fancj Qoll Blouses; regular price $4.00
SALE PRICE, each   $2.75
2 dozen Ladies' and Missen Sweaters, Red,  Navj   and
l.aeed  troni.   regular  $2.00 SALE PRICE, each   $1.50
:: do/en Hoys' and Girls' Sweaters; regular pines 65c to TDc
SALE PRICE, each      50c
Three lines Of Ladies' Blouses at   50c, $1.00 and $1.95.
2  dOZ.  only.  Ladies'   Flaillli'lel te   liio'is-
es;  regular price 65c
SALE PRICE, each   5Cc
2 do/., only, l.aiiies' Flannelette Blous
es; regular price $1 50 to $2.00.
S \LE PRICE each    $1.00
2 doz. only, Ladies' Lustre Cashmere,
Flannelette   Blouses;   regular   pi ice
$2.50 to $5.00,
SALE PRICE, each     $1.95
Ladies' Black   Underskirts   95c each
Ladies'   Double   Drilled Black    Sateen    Underskirts;    r<
price $1.50,     SALE  PRICE        95c
Ladies' Black and Colored Moreen Underskirts; Double fi
regular price $3.00 to $3.50 SALE  PRICE, each    $:-
Ladies' Black Moreen Sk ii is.   with   patent     Hand:     siunetli ' ���
new and convenient;   regular price $3.75. SALE PRICE, each $2"'
W.SXollistcr & Co.
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Revised  List.
Of bookings at the Opera House in
January:
22nd,  Little Duchess. ! _  ��� ���	
24th, Cupid  In  Posterland.
25th, Cupid in  Posterland. i ��� ������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
28th,   Pollard   Opera   Company.
29th, Pollard Opera Company.
Real    old-fashioned   .sauerkraut    for
sale  at  Reichenbach's,, 6c  per pound.
Malins, Coulthard & Co.,
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St., - - New Westminster B. C.
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Remodeled.
After being injured by a bull of peculiarly savage temper John   Wesson
was under 11 doctor's  care  for a  con- '
slderable time and thereby incurred a
heavy    bill    for    medical    attendance.
When he was almost  well  one of his j
old  friends who had called  upon blm !
said be congratulated him on looking
so well after such a long illness. i I
"Looking   well!"   echoed   John.     "I ' ���
should be looking well.    There's been I 2
���
���
4
4
*
$150 spent In repairs on me lately, and
I'm not finished yel I"
F. J. HART & CO. Ltd
ESTABLISHED 1891. INCORPORATED 1905.
R.f.rtnc: BANK OF MONTREAL
fa. 'I he old rule works both ways If you gel your dental work fa,
fa. fa,
a lone by the "Boston Dentists." Our operators are all graduate spe- fa-
fa. clallsts of many years' experience,   VVe employ no others.   Their ,���!
: . fa,
fi work, accomplished with the aid of the "Boston Dentists'" patent- fa,
fi fi
fa 1 I painless methods, is the besi   known  to *he profession.     Our fi
a .���.
��< gold and porcelain crown and bridge work cannot be equalled any- fa
J where al any. price.    Lei us give you an estimate. fa
I We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years With a |
1 Protective Guarantee I
S   i
I Read Our Prices���They Never Change |
The Privilege of Peer*.
There Is a curious case in 1'urtescue's
"reports" relating to the privilege of ���
peers, In which the bailiff who many ��
years ago arrested  a   lord   was  forced *
by   the   court   to  kneel   dov, n   and   ask t
his pardon, though he alleged thai ba ���
bud in-led by mistake, for thai his f
lordship had a dirty shirt, a woniout ���
suit of clothes and only sixpence In x
bis pocket, so thai  he could nol  be- . i
lieve thai  he was a  | r and arrested ' f
blm through Inadvertence.   Green Bag. \ 4
REAL  ESTATE
MORTGAGE LOANS INSURANCE
New Westminster, Vancouver, and Chiiliwack, B. C.
Wi  Invite n careful perusal of the following and  respectfully  solid!  your business,
Call for particulars.
This was ihe way a native physician J 1
Iii India filled oul a death certificate:! ���
"I am of a mind that he died (or lost
bis life) for want of foodlngs or on ac-
eouiit of starvation, Maybe also for
other things for comfortables, and
most probably he died by drowning."
a Full set of teeth $5 and up
fa Gold Crowns    $5.00
!���< Bridge Work, per tooth $5.00
5 	
:���! 	
Gold Fillings....
Silver Fillings'...
Extracting	
THE BOSTON DENTISTS, Limited I
407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
The Original "Village Blaolumith?"
Dunchurch, near Rugby, claims that
. ..$1 and up J< its smithy is the original forge which
Inspired tbe famous verses on "The
Village Blacksmith." It is a picturesque old place, and the "spreading
chestnut tree" si ill nourishes in front
of it.--London Strand.
;���;
    50c     ,*,
 5��c   !���!
fl
fa       Hours 9 a.m. to S p.m.    DR. A. R. BA KER,  Consulting Dentist. !���!
Xo Need  For n  Lender.
The society reporters always speak
nf a bride being "led to the altar," just
tis though a bride couldn't Und her own
way there blindfolded. - Philadelphia
Record. I
About OUIl INSURANCE DEPARTMENT.
We  write  Fire,   Life,  Accident,   Plate
l. :.      and   Marine   Insurance  In  rell
al le -. om] antes,
About    i ; R   AGENCY   DEPARTMENT, We
(nllecl   rents and  Intei est,  an I man-
prop* rt les   an I   estates   for non-
res Identa
About 0UR REAL ESTATE DEPARTMENT.
Wo transact a general real estate
business covering the whole of the
Lower .Mainland of British Columbia,
About '" K l'OAXIX,; DEPARTMENT. We
loan money on Improved property al
from six to elghl per cenl., according to .size and term Of loan. We
handle nothing bill conservative ne-
curities.
About 0UR CONVEYANCING DEPARTMENT, Deeds, Mortgages, Agreements of Sale, Leases, Partnership
Agreements, General Conveyancing,
and all matters requiring the services
of .1 Notary Public promptly attended
to.
CORRESPONDENCE SOLICITED.
AGENCIES
'.  -:a Insurance Co., of I lai I foi I
��� ��� .1.   \      ranci   Co., Ltd., Londi n
\- ���   toi 11   \    in���itii-i- Co., Toronl 1
1. ndon   \  nirance Corporation
linnltoba   l 'Ire Insurance 1 lo,
;���, 1 Ific Ci, ii - Fire Insurance Co.
S in Life Assurance Co., of Canada,
United States Fidelity & Guarant) C
1 mlario Accldenl Insurance Co.
Lloyd's  Plate class Insurance Co
Travelers'  Insurance Co,
B.C. Permanent Loan ^ Saving. Co.
Dominion  Permanent  Loan Co,
Coioui.il Investment and Loan Co.
Pacific Coast Steamship Co,
Westminster Trust & Sale DepositC
Secretarial office of:
Westminster Masonic Temple <'o,  1.1
Western Steamboal Co., Ltd
s. P. G, In Foreign Parts,
P. J. MART  &  CO., Limited
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