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NE* WESTMINSTER, Ii. C, THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 28, 1907.
10 CENTS PER WEEK
PEDAGOGUES  PETITION Mcintosh receives
JUNIORS DEFEAT
FOR RAISE
LEAVE Of ABSENCE
lief  Given   Hel,day   by   Commission-   Basketball   Games    Prove    Interesting
SUMAS SCHEME SECURES
SUPPORT
VANCOUVER TEAM
Twenty-Seven School Teachers Ask Trustees to Increase
Their Salaries���Consider Present Scale Too Low-
Communication   Laid  On   the  Table.
ers���Salary lncease io Ee
Recommended.
-Senior  Match   Well Contested
by   Both  Sides.
_;.>������! -
i
.
school  teachers  have
jni'munication to the school
for an   increase   In
unying  the  letter  Is
,i le   in pr* sent paid,
..il.ii les us i1h'>  Bhoul I
he lule    gives    th
. ,-:���-.   ihe   number ol
.    : lie.\   have  ha I   in
��� n here,   the   normal
:'.,���   had, the    salai
i he sala j  i hej  de
i.   Si riking a gen-
.   Ini r* iim   aske i  f ii
il  twenty-five per con'.
i time, the highest sal-
W, C. Coatham, who
(.jvc- month, Mi.-> Rogi  -
, . : .vitII  $90 it  nlli.W.  Nei-
|a rec* ''v~' a  month, and F. <i
i.:., ��� i eipt of $80.    or the
,en rec live a salary ol
Si -, oi ,; i\ en receive $50 or un-
li
with   thei        ���   ' .
1,1 rien* e, length of si r\       ..   ..-'.,
to Dec. 31, 190C, and sal ...   ��� i
In   accoi dance   wit h   i   ��� ���
Those of  us   who  havi . .
cei veil increase
desire to thank you for
Hon i        let]   " our claims
We rerjm      I hat  you  wi
���    - ��� ,'.,.��� era)
ilul     ���   ��� ��� solicited.
Wi    ' I    ���        ���     ' - - ��� a   ���.:
n y o 11 r a v e r j ���/
This ci ?
\\.   C.   ' o   iiam   and   thi    twe *>
o lier '���. -      .   of the cil
A depul  ' on consl lln e me I
cai  ; ��� i It      'li- ������    D    DeWolf S
and   Al I,   ' narrett,   chaii man   ol   the
!.��� i :'h i immlltee, attend   I   hi   ...���
inn  In    . .���     to -ii cuss tb*   sanitaij
condl il  the schools.    Th*    rus
ii es   ���'.;.��� sse i   themselves   as     ��� -' -
remainder receive iron   entlrelj   In favor of the health officer
-,, a  month,    The low-   and thi   health Inspecto   pi , ng periodical visits lo the different  schools,
and  ex| ained   that   they   nev*     ha I
any   inti ntion        atti m\ tini   to  resteers  in  the  execut ion
of thei       '        It was grea Ij  I i the
interest ol      ���    city  that  all schools
con-
1 hiel o   Polii e Mcintosh has been
anti i   six   ������-. ��� leavi   ���    al
nnd his resignal Ion ha    bei a laid ovei
mil  the   expii ation   of   his   hi
':   i    v. j-  dei ided i n
:   the polii e con
:     afternoon, when a fe\
a i - lei ���      ' i.'.
��� , ���    ��� :,i. ��� 'i    .-      - -
tl  nol  yei   he a  i ffli I ��� I
In   ha I  been r*     -     rtted
iform ievi      elee
oi tant ijusini   ���   ������ i       mi .
��� - .. '       on     '
ti   ti nd* ;���!
llowed ���   -
leave of i
; the time ilu  i hi*    I   awi   , D
tertive Bradsl ���   . i    ���.-��� chief,
��� ��� that the i onimissioni rs
a mmei     tion     ���    b
I        '4
id is $40 a month, while
four tes '   eive $45 a month for
their si
The ase  asked   for     by     thi
me in a considerable ex
| their demands are grant-
The   two    lasketball   :. ame ���  played
la;    evening  ai   the   Armouriei
��� .   ��� .  ' ���   most   Interesting.    The
��� . ors suffered  defeat   at   the  bands
ol  their Vancouver opponents, but  as
off,   the  juniors pul   ll  all ovei
the   team   from   the   Terminal    city.
'I i ���   firsi game, bel ween the t wo .pin-
,  . ��� I,,���������! io be somewhat ol
ippintment,   ��� ���   I he    Vancouvei
���. ii   -,'. a.-  li ipelessly weak, and  ahso-
io n atch  for i he  Westminster
- ��� ��� .   Thi   final score of 19 to 3
II i- ,: ��� -      the      respective
ul   the   teams,    Vancouver's
i oints    w* re    score i   on   free
' ��� iws.     for  the   ! ical   team,  Gilley
a <��� i ��� he I est game, bis shooting hi
lng   i -; ������( [ally  goo I.
- ��� nior  game   wa -   i ��� tter  con-
I,   both   sides  entering into  the
.-'. v.'ili   iho lioioriiiinaiioii  to win.
that   thi    chief's   salarj    Hard checking was iho rule <>n  both
��� i   ally Increasi I,  i -   an in    sides.   The final score stood at  17 to
tc*    en    to  hin   to   remain   al   the   i'- in favor of Vancouver.   The refer-
head olio   affairs, ees   were ii.  PeaciaifetjPf Vancouver,
Officer Johnston, who had been on   foi  th*   senior game, amf*':l. Gifford,
nighl    lutj   for several   months,   was   foi  the junior game.
grant* 1 a  five dollar increi -������  in his      The teams   lined    up   as   follows:
v.       ii> chi pie, which now brings   Seniors. Westminster���McArthur
bis salary to $75 a month.   After   and Wise, guards; I.und. centre; Mor-
March   i.   his salary   will   he  further; r:��on and Robertson,  forwards.    Van-
Council of the Board of Trade Heartily Endorses Dyking
Proposition���Promoters Confident of Success in Their
Efforts to Reclaim 30,000 Acres of Land.
A  well attended  meeting  was held   complish   this   end;   he   then  moved
si nighl by the council of the Board |tne following resolution, seconded by
Trade, for the purpose of meeting
WHS
ar-
a deputation from the Sumas Devel ip
mt; company, represented by Messrs.
McGilllvray, Stirling, I'.. Hill, Reev i
At kinson, and Coun. W. *'. Bowman,
the object being to secure the moral
su|i|,on    wf    the    New   Westminst
J,  A. Cunningham    which
nod unanimously:
Whereas a deputation representing
the Sumas Dyking Districl ba- appeared before the council of the Now
Westminster board of trade and made
certain representations regarding h ���
reclamation  of  the    Sumas    Prairie,
���
Board of Trade in obtaining financial   therebj   opening    up    approximately
assistance from the provincial govern- j 20,000 acres of  land  for  agricultural
II   OSes,    be   II   resolved      thill      ihis
1 ouncll believes II to be In the interesl generally of Now Westminster
llstrlcl and the Province generally,
to have said land reclaimed and would
. equest that substant lal flnanci tl aid
granted to the said   Dyking  l>is-
iiieui inwards the carrying oui of thi
reclamation of lands now submerged
by Lake Sumas. an I Hoo led from
time to time. Mr, McGilllvray, chali
man of Lhe commission, placing the
plans before the council Btated that
this was iho fifth scheme pu' forward ;,,
for   the  reclaiming  of   the   land,   ilu    trict.
tirst  being as far hark as 187C, after      The    following    members    of    the
the great flood.   Mr. Hill, an engineer   council   wore present:   W.   R,  Gilley,
president, F. .1. Hart, A. Bwen, .1. A.
well Known throughout the district,
had, with other experts, made a thor
ough survey, with the result tha. 1;
was aide to secure in Seattle a 11 im
ber of gentlemen to become financially Interested in lhe scheme of reclamation.
Tho  company  formed  has  nol ye'
Cunningham,  D.  J.  McQuarrie, H.  A.
Eastman, li. T. Thrift, M. it. N'elems,
and   A.   E. White, secretary.
GAMBLING   IS  STOPPED.
I', as            the schedule  submitted should,    ���   kepi  in as sanitary a
*ill run from $.",0 in $130 dition ..-  possible.
���   bighesl salaries would be A representative of the new Inter-
- Rogers and Mr. Coatham. national Encyclopedia    waited    upon
11  ,       ���   teachers   would   receive the trustees   and submitted a copy of
wo would receive $56, th*   b*   I      The accounts for the pasl
-ill receive $65 a month, month were duly  passed for payment,
laries would  range from and the purchase of supplies ordered,
month,                              I All thi   tr .- tees   were pres* nt  at
��� ������          ol  the trustees, the let- me* ting,
to them by the teach-
���
��� :
.'. is   laid   over  until   the
ig. is published as follow..
1 of School Trustees:
We,    'tie    undersigned
���   cltj  schools, have de-
��� s- �� join: u t ler to your
��� ���n the subject ol sal
we have been very con-
��� it mantis In the matt* ���
���. ause we well knew the
Increasi 1 to $80, this being ;. statuary << ivi      Austin and Johnston, guards;
e,   he   having   been   ovei   five Kemp, centre;  Selwood and Peacock, been chartered,   but   sufficient   funds I Authorities Confiscate  Roulette Wheel
yearn  on the force by that time. forwards. have been arranged  tor the bringing                  and Other Devices.
Chiel   Mcintosh  will  spend  his Fix      Juniors,      Westminster ��� Pearson  oul  of the  project, the consideration ��	
weeks'  leave  of absence  prosj   ding an    Johnston   guards;   Odin, centre; being ihe grant of 8000 acres in the I    Valdez,  Alaska,  Peb,  27.���There  is
around the country, but he ;-  nol al Gillej and Archibald, forwards.   Van- centre of the lake provided that the   not a gambling game of any kindrun-
,:���:.    disposer!   to make   hi.- exact couver  -Illingsworth     and    Chamuer, dyking is carried out thoroughly. The   ning in Valdez as ihe result of action
intentions  public.    He expects to   be guards;    Esten,   centre;    Frazer  and cost of the work is estimated at $650,    taken  by  the  federal authorities  last
abl*      to     transai       a     considerable Bennett, forwards. 000,  the  land  to be  reclaimed 30,000   week.    The assistant district attorney
an    i.\        . isiness into th*   si> w<     -                    acres. j issued a writ of .seizure and ordered
jj     holidaj  he has been granted.    The ex-                Supoer  at   St. Andrews. There has heen a certain anunin! of   tbe roulette wheels  in the Gold Dust
act  date of the chiefs temporary al-      A   novel  supper and entertainment opposition to the scheme by mifirep-  Exchange confiscated by the marshal.
sence from the police station has not will be provided by the St. Andrew's | resentatlons,  but  the  people  making |    Saturday afternoon the tables were
.'������'   ' ��� en   lecdd* d.
IMPORTANT   DEAL.
were only  Interested in  about I seized and notice served upon theoth-
gamblers in town that  if they con-
Wmnipeg Block  Leased fcr 99 years���
Valuer*   at   $125,000.
Winnip* g,   F< b   JT.���The  first      ng
���.  ���   ���     be  made in Winnipeg
���������       signed    \i st* rdaj.    trai -f> n iii
��� 1. ney of the Coopers Ive I lock
at    258-262     P    '  -       avenue,     from
Intended   Striae   ^oiPEtpllcd.
Toronto,     !'���   .    JT. ���The     Toronto
S reel railway company has arranged
���   ;,,.,,,,11 )u,y<?   power  from   Xiailira,    	
which conies ia today ami will enable   the form of conundrums, the answer
���   company  to  lay  off permanently   ' ��� which musl  be guessed before the
-el*      ciai     and    others    wl     '   lei   can   he   given.     The  proceeds
���onsldering  -Hiking against an   *���   '  ���   entertainment will i.e devoted
same
1,500  acres and  objected   to  the  fact i er
upper  will   consist  of all   ,!lat   the   company   was   composed  of ; tinned operations  their   paraphernalia
Mr. McGilllvray went on j would  also be    seized.      All of    the
.
ler   which   the   Council   Brown's Land and Business exchange
Board   bave  labored    I     Messrs.   Donovan  ,'.-  Garvin.    The
'.   .1. arrived when there ���.     . -    urchas* I from the Co-
1 I mnce   In   sal;,; les  to D]��    tiv*      1   le a shon  �� bile
ed cosl of living, und   Bj   wn's exchangi   al    $1 0,    and
-   -i achei - sh ml ! shar ���   was ]     ���    on the markel    'I he le - se
While the tax foi    Is   it   6  pei   cent,  on  a  valuai lon 1
.: 21    an i   Is   foi   a  perio :   ol   ! ���
\  : eva  latlon of th*       iperl
-, ide everj   ten years,
The pun has* rs will add two Btoreys
illding  nl   oi.ee. .11   a  cost ol
-;     The  -;. st* m  of long   I* 11 ���
-  -   ��� ���   ;:i  vogue in  Chicago. New
York  and other points in the Unite 1
inert ise
day.
B^mivHv.
WltWEO-DAWSON LINE
IS BEING SURVEYED
on  the coast   Is  nol
on the doll  r. ihe
from
��� \Iden    that   a  > 11
"��� made ln this citj
��� 1 the increase i ��� -,.-;
ir    irofessi n     the
��� ��� ;   teai bei -        s I
Frlfceen    Parties    Drivinj   St?--.es   Be-
t.veen   Tato   Cities���Northern
Pacific  Interested.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I^I^I^I^I^I^I^I^H81  T0
'<���    :���
S    1
���
ne hun Ired tern]
. -.���    ' '"-ti     (    ���  ���
.   schools   hsv<
��� .. ..1   good teach
oi in I tcement
'  the  :isc In
mie  ol   the   pr*
ce to tin I]   ��� I ;
: le  i'-.e,   ���
1 . ti''       told     ! 3
with   tin    D*
nl   no   si h .        in    hi
' Igher   than   thos - - :
This  state ol  al
n ie  unless  the effl-
1 t   up,  and
��� rented,
i' flnile schetluli    d
I 'pte l    by    lhe
' i   we  herewith sub-
I n one whli it
���' ������ Mt" in comjia i
other cities,
Min.    Max.
s.i 1     Sal,
' mos.).. $ 47    	
������  enti  ��� 1   Into  In   Winnip* g  ���   ! ���
tire  : ��� Ing   n* gotlate I.
OFF  THE   TRACK.
Car  Jumps   Railt  Opposite Crescent���
Irconven.ence but no Damage.
1 Q
( ��� .��� \ .���    thi   3   lasi   ��� .' .
I th* ���: ��� 'i
lihert Cn ��� id 11
ning down      ���    1
.... 1
plume   p 11      ���       .      -   -
I its    wa.v\va.-,l
cnroi ectire
lie it for several h 1111      .1
: usfer at thi   point
i' 1 ���. soon on the Bcene,
un 1 bj   much 1 mixing and some har I
h " It, finally  managed  to rei   '
cai   on  the rails,     < ��nl.\   four pass* n
L,, 1 b wet,  , -i ; ., 1 1 the 1 ar when   h
accii ut   'i    irred,  but  I eyond a  nervous shock, tiie;, sustained no  nj 1
ni peg. Feb. 27     Fifteei
e in the
S    them Pa   !   , are n   ���   1
.   road
���   iVinni] eg and ��� a  ���'   ���
��� - - ���   two   mon        thes      a rti
:... .���     een in thi   -;    '     :' 1-   ��      1- 1
��� '--'! ��� hi     .'.ere i!i;! ���    u,        I Ing on
the proposed    rani
\   - . ��� 1   .-' -������   da3    thai
Winn line  will   . 1 r
ist st In       Ubert,
��� i     a Is
Young People's bible class on Thursday, .March 5, in the church hall.
'���    Hi   the
Kinds of good things to eai, the menu I Americans
card will be puzzling in the extreme,   to   stale   that   the  scheme   is  in  ihej games have been closed  for the time
at: all the courses will be inserted in j public interest on three counts, firstly   being at  least and  probably will  not
ns to the Federal government, about ' be reopened until after the special
13,000 acres clean prairie will be term of court to be held here early
speedily settle I. while ihe 8,000 acres j in March by Judge Wiekersham.
a the bed of the lake will be settled This action of the federal authorities
11 once; nnd, the province would is not looked on with favor by the
derive a revenue from personal pro- citizens of Valdez, the majority of
perty as the farms would in all pro-1 whom favor municipal supervision of
bability not be larger than 5u acres, [such matters.
while third!... New Westminster 1 Judge Wiekersham and wife are
would be immensely benefitted by now en route to Valdez. having left
the Increase in the market, the mer- Fairbanks Monday morning. They
chants supplying family requisites, will reach here in time for the term
machinery, etc. Mr. Sperling, niana- of court which opens .March 4. Dis-
ger of ihe b. C li. II. had approached tricl Attorney Harlan is also on the
Mr. Hill stating emphatically the hen-1 trail and is expected soon, Marshal
1 fit th* Dyking would be to the Pro-I
; osed ext* nsion of the B, ('. E. It. to
Chiiliwack, as it would travel through
oul a settled area as aigainsl timbered
and lands barren of settlement. The
lake   being   sixteen    miles   long and
iii :ing     reded  additions   to   the
lecture hail.
HE IMF BLAMES
SCHOOL TRUSTEES
Criminal  Negligence Results in
cf   Sixteen   Children���No
Alarm   System.
1 rath
Mi atreal, Feb. 27.���The inquest in-
���   - I -. laga  School disaster   e
ni ig, imi  was merely an
identification of the dead. The officers j nearly one third  of the  distance  he-
Perry will not attend court ihi- nea-
ton.
Edward J. Stlers, clerk of the riio-
trlct court for ih*' Third division �� 10
has been ai Fairbanks all winte .will
leave for the States immediately for
medical  treatment.     He  is troubled
the 1    irl  and the police are look-
ip '-.. ne si - an 1 the real inquiry
I bi in   ui "1 lesday.
Thi ���       ';-'   Hit;    Of the awful lass
lifi hi -  i" is* 1  the city, as there
tween   Nev
wack,
I I  McQual	
���"���    behalf    of     Manager     Sperling
stated  that  at   the  time  the  surveys
Westminster and   Chilli-j with  an affliction of the eyes,  being
t nearly blind.    The trouble was   aused
who  was present.! by overwork.
re no fire escapes on the building were   started   by  his   company,  they
ind Chiel Benoit       - thai had there were under   the  impression   thai   the
11   ���'.    :-      ' 1,1:1  could  have saved Dyking scheme was an accomplished
"  children.    He  also sayi   thai fact'
SERIOUS SMASH.
Trainmen   Lose  Lines  in   Intercolonial
Accident���Orders  Overrun.
11
Slu
11
Man
At
I .
Mil     .
���'llliS
'      \-Msfs   .
....
...
'"'���
...
"lis   scbedii
50
.".1/
1110
116
86
$ 85
65
66
im
J1.1
180
100
��� feel
ILLEGAL   MARRIAGE.
Couple   Wedded   Here   now   Desire
Sever   the   Trying   Knot.
n lo
L Keeping   1   ;
ence it    rill
,. I :'-   1;
���
a ti ���
1,700 mill -
For tin 10 mill in
,:i ��� bro igh a 1 icli fai mlng ci 1 1
e or li ipplfed with transpoi la-
tion faciliti* s. Then II hits the fam-
Pi ace River district, appealing 1
.iii railways, and from thence to Daw-
- m It runs till" mgh rich mineral country 1 hi!;, in Wl nl Of It, ll is oxp icte i
the charter for the line will be applied for this summer, bui the Northern Pacific's connection with it will
be kepi seen I as long as possible.
ihe sch missl mi   - are     imln
:        nsi'uli   as  he   ha 1   nol   n iti
cd them t        t fir*    -   ���       on    h
���..    ��� . ������
'������      s
'i tin       rn      ,   which   ii
ition   with a holler
bment,    1 '���   lota
el ie vi st een
e la 1, I, Miss Maxwi  I,
ix, N. 8., Feb. 27.���Two   lead
������ ! l; io- is the result of a <t 11 ck
' a   I        Intercolonial    railwa      neai
SMALLPOX   ON   SHIPBOARD.
Result Voyagers of Pomeranisn
Be  Delayed.
Halifax, Feb. UT.--Owing  to  1  case
ma     ix on board the Allan steam-
i'   Pomeranian   from     London    an 1
\    1 " ���  ��� lenl io aid from the Pro- j
Incial  govi rnmenl     Mr,   McGilllvray '
��� ' > ' 1 Chiiliwack and "':- 1   llstrl ���
���l" ��� I.    An inr.irtB
���    ' ' thi   D king r en; a:,   j Brookfleld station Tuesday night in a
' Q    ���' !'"   the 9.S00  acres   g an    head-on co       u tween the express
: ''"        ixation, fs .���     h   isted  m    .   from  St, John 1 n 1   the  I. C. Boston
t^t^i^i^i^i^ilfl   '
1    ' ������  ':-'        11 ' taxation. I   ther  Hill  of  Lhe   Boston  train  is
���Mr- Mead an ' mlnenl engine - 1 dea I, and Drivei Flavin of thi 1 ae
!'llil'1-" '-:i : studied the plans care- train is dying and Baggagemaster
fl'"y and  ihi his  full  endo        3am Keith of the Bi John express   1
Uon' I also dead.   The cause of the accldenl
Ftnally, in an aloquenl appeal, .m ���: seems to have been thai the driver
McGilllvray pointed oul ihe great ben- ��* l!l<' Boston express overran bis
������'iis the settling of the lands would  orders.
lie-   'he  IncreaiBe of   population,  and 	
'he ability to supply food-stuffs to the
markets tli rough ant the district.
Seattle.  Feb,
Cora
New
ll'ter she
Fret well
have already tauglii font :':"lis fl"' ;1 decree of annulment of her
''  'he   city    schools marriage with Franklin Fretwell. she
"'"iv'' the maximum IBJS   sh,.   married   Fretwell   al
,;1,1''    When a school Westminster, B. C.
"- the maximum was granted a divorce from a former
al should be in- husband, on
1:" this schedule of   ,!;|    |:"''"  ,ivi"
ding to the complaint, and now do-
the   marriage  ann 1 le '
S*  it*  a er 22,  1904. She
with   him   since,   tn ���
'  from Jt
'i;il'v
I
cord
'res
'���   reference  �� I only
rei epilv
discov* re t   n
having
Havre,   she   will     be    delayed      eve Mr. Hill followed with a statement
some days.    The  patient   Is a steer- ��' l!"' present  financial status show-
ige   passenger anl   all   the steerage lnS how, after the mosl thorough and
passengers, numbering 160, are being exPerl survey the cos: would be $660,-
t                  landed al the quarantine station, Law- """��� of which they had secured $626,-
j lor's Island, where all will remain ten """   ''>'   bonds.      The   reason  in   ap-
Advantages in Canada.              'Hays or more,     li  is  announced that l"'o:lf'hing the government was for the
ndon,  l-'eb.   27.���Mrs.    ('lose    is   twenty-elghl  second cabin passengers 1 Purpose  of receiving  a  grant   which
completely  satisfied  with her scheme   ������'.ill be landed today and all will pro-,W0UW materially lower the taxes and
for   bringing  up   pauper   children   in   ceed  to their destinations.     St  amer '' '   the purpose of lowering taxation.
, mti       Istrlcts of  Canada,  instead   will  go  to quarantine  station  wharf pointing oui    thai    the    government
of in   .���            ses, as a result of her   and  :-'  funmgated    efore    omlng  up would receive more than thev would
.    h ten children in New   lo the city, which will take until Mon-
irunswlck.    She says the capital out-   day.     The smallpox    developed    on
Monday lasl an I for a day or two pre-
vie 1- 1 he patl* nt v. a troate 1 for fever.
Engagement Announced.
The Cleveland, Ohio, papers are announcing the engagement of Miss Amelia Davis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
S Davis, of 2215 East Thirty-flrsl
streeet, lo Dave Grossman of N'ew
Westminster. The marriage will take
place hi the near fut/ore, Hearty
congratulations are the order of the
! day.
=ity U
al.
1
child
1  ,  ���
., ���   .   ���
E15,  againsi    C52
'������ maintenanc
I ;���  In,
���'��� A, Lee Bald that New Westm'n-
was very anxious to see the reclamation   of  the lands,  and   on   his
no effort would be -pare 1 to ac-
Toronto Hotel Sold.
Toronto, Feb. 27.���The Arlington
hotel, at the corner of King and John
streets, was sold today to Hearst &
Sons, of Preston, for $76,000, including the promises, good win and license. BARGAIN
SALE
IN
Groceries
w
Bottled Fruits
''������ \  't/. .7- ii pa "ioxilx -:    15c
-    - - - - - . flk _   . ���_
ADI -t , tr_j at
- '������-'��� -,4 ���-���-
_... ^   ��� .. ... _ _ .
Z ��� - ' '-���
Z CO- = --- 	
z - - -'-_ '-���      ������   - -,-
_   T ..... T - . . _ .   .
Aprk-vts '.':'.    "   ".-:���:���
A Largie assortment :: Long's
Jams and Jellies. Ie arlass : rttles,
reralaj price J5e: ��10*315c.
  IN 	
Breakfast Cereals
Big  REDUCTIONS
C. A. WELSH
..The People's Grocer..
���
Sole Agents for New Westminster
W. E. SINCLAIR, The   Leading Sh,
FARMER S !  C���*���- "���   "'
_ n t Ut��Tt^ am  .Hi
���- rrinr Kxver 1 Emery ,��, -, i.PEL
PA>S THE  HIGHEST
PRICE    FOR     HIDES.
E. VS, 10-^i
i.im i
Z s
NEV^     UESTMINSTER
. - ���
--     :   ���   :       - 1   - .
: -
I  -
Second Hand Junk Store
^ rcc-u
:iK��� r:
A -/���:   r r ���
PLEEZJL BF.ASS   .
"ai i  .:,/.:   r>c�� ~��.��r  ;-*.
Between   Columbia   and
Fraser River Hotel
r ��� ��� -
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
��� \ - *
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.rea.    V
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-     _    .   i....'w ��
FARMERS ATTENTION!
>er  A. - --   I    :   : .:-.
Roval Citv Bran;h. Columbia S
Choice Creamery BLTTER
l-tt}. Bricks  35c  per lb.
=====  OR   IN   =
14-lb. boxes at 322 per 'bi
AT
ADAMS & DEANS
THE CITY  GROCERY ===== THURSO
Y. F��B. 28. 1907.
If IE DAILY NEvVS
here
ice Is A Consideration
YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO PASS OVER THE CUT PRICE SUITS AT
The BIG CLOTHING  HOUSE
This sale includes Black Diagonals, Black Cheviots, Worsteds and Tweeds, all going at half price.
Phis means that you get a s^o.oo Suit, made and trimmed as $20.00 goods should be, for $10.00.
All these goods bought before the rise in prices, so you get still better value for your money.
���
THE
Wardrobe Clothier
Coiunibia Street,  New Westminster
Trains & Steamers
R    MAIN   LINE.
iy ..,. - . i"; arr N. W, 11 35.
. SSION BRANCH
Leave N        '��� '���"'��� :"'- Seattle 15.50.
;.   .        ttl*   12.30; ar. N. W. 18.40.
rl'K      ESTMINSTER  JUNCTION.
.   S.30. 10.35, 15.40, 17.35.
9 15, 11.35, 16.40, IS.4".
GREAT NORTHERN RAILWAY.
Lv. X. '        0 a.m.; ar. Seattle 4 p.m
Lv. N. V . ; 15 p.m.; ar. Seattle 10 p.m
p.m.
V., \Y. &  V.���VANCOUVER
Lv. N. V,. 3 p. m. aDd 9:55 p. m.
Lv, Vai     iver y.');> a.m., and 4 p.m.
G. X. IJ��� POUT GUICHON.
Lv. N.  W.  9:35 a.m.;   ar.  Guichon
2.20 i '
Lv G ii lion, 11:40 p. m.; ar. N. W.
8:15 ]        md 0 p. m.
jii i,... -  only.
B. C. ELECTRIC���VANCOUVER.
Lv, New Westminster 5.50, 6.50, 1
and ��� :i , and every half hour there-
. '������ n '     II p. m.
Lv. Vancouver tor Westminster at
lame hours.
Fraser River and Gulf
VV RIVER.
;" iver���
1 roi . Moo. Wed. Frid, 8 a.m.
, .  Tu., i'ii.. Sat., 7 a.ni.
R "   -
���'. Tu., Th., Sat. 8 a.m.
:��� ' - . Sun., Wed., Fri., 7 a.m.
DOWN RIVER.
'.    :   '���
.. il; . ex. Sunday J p.m.
Monday, 5 a.m.
:' ���   ton, 7 a.m. (Fri. 6 a.m.)
(Mail Service
Close. Hoc, Ive I.
��   '..,..- 7.45 a.m. C.40 p m.
Mill-
i  7.46 a m. 11.35 a m.
So. 1. 7.45 a.m. 9.00 a.m.
GNU             lale,
���   . 8.45 a.m. 3.30 p.m.
v :-  -           Pai k.10 30 a.m. 2.00 p.m.
 10.30 a.m. 9.00 a.m.
....  1.13 p.m, 1.15 p.m.
Ladnei      ...      ,,,
tli
C.P.R
' ',   '
7'h, an I 14th '
���;���''.    ' ��� ������     Victoria    on    :   b     for
Q lal   :    and way poll
LOWER FRASER RIVER ROUTL.
Steamer Transfer
Leaves  Xew   Westmlnstei     n   Mod
day,   Tuesday,   Wednesday,   fhursdu;
and   Frl lay  al   2   p m. and  Sal
at 2 p, m. with :    litional ti pi :, Monday at ' a. ia.
i-(1 ives Stevi   ! m M n '... Tuesday, j
We lues lay, !':.,���-: iy and Saturday at i
~i ii.  '-'-������'���   Friday at 6 a. ih. additional
trip  S '  rday fi p, m.
UPPER  FRASER  RIVER  ROUTE
S. S. Beaver
Leaves   Xew   Westminster,  S  a.  m. J
Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
Leaves Chiiliwack 7 a. m. Tuesday,
Thursday   and   Saturdays,   calling   at
indlngs   : ��� ��� a een   New   W< stminster!
and Chiiliwack.
NORTHERN   B.  C.  ROUTE.
S.  S.  Tees
Leaves  Vancouver at   S   p.m,   2nd
and   16th  of  each   month,  celling  at
Skidegate on first trip and Bella Coola
on  second  trip. Time on arrival  and
departure  are  approximate.
For   reservations   and   information
a I ".r address
F.n. GOULET,
Agent,  Tew  Westminster.
E. J. COYLE,
Asst. Geu. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J.  W. TROUP,
General Superintendent, Victoria
WHEN  GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOTJ OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains  Every Dav in the  Yeir
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE TRAIN OF FAME
THE NORTH-WESTERN, LTD.
Embodies the newest and best ideas
or COMFORT, CONVENIENCE,
md LUXURY. It is lighted with
both electricity and gas; the most
brilliantly illuminated train in the
.vorld. The equipment consists of
private -ompartment car?, standard
16 section sleepers, luxurious dining
.���ar. reclining chair cars (seats free),
modern day coaches and buffet, library and smoking cars.
i    i   Time  Tables,  Folders,  or  any!
further inf< rmation call  on or write
F. W. PARKER,
GENERAL AGENT,
'20 Second Avenue. Seattle. Wash
Grand Trunk Ry. j
���
���
Surrey Municipality.
Tenders Wanted
RESOURCEFUL   AGENT.
Ti ;. lers w ill b* rei elve i until n< xl
m* * ting ��� E the co ini ii. i March 2nd i
'i : ; epairs to I luntley Bi Idge, acros -
Ni* om* 11 le River.
Plans an! Spe< ifications can be
si en at the home of Councillors Sul-
IIvi n, Johnston, Rood.
Lowesl or any tenth r nol ne* ei Bar
ii    i ccepted.
li. M. CARNCROSS, C.M.C.
Cloverdale, B. C, Feb. 14. 1907.
SPROTT-SHAW!
BUSINESS INSTITUTE
LIMITED.
336 Hastings St. W-, Vancouver.
Bookkeeping, Gregg and Pitman
Shorthand, Telegraphy and Engineering.
Seven  Teachers
Forty-rtve   Typewriters
Students Always in Demand.
R. J. SPP.OTT, B. A., Principal
Canadian Pacific
RAILWAY COMPANY
Excellent Train Service Between
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,'^m Ms j Nfjrt|iern Ry Co
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
Nelson & ft. Sheppard Ry. Co.
Red Mountain Ry. Co.
Thro igh   vest!   lied   train
I    -'���:.'
!���';��� ��� - clas s sleepers and
Ti ain    ��� ive daib   ��� '   loMU o'cli ���
Informal lon  i ��� ������ r'ully  given.
1.30 p.m. 11.00 a.m.
I'-
;
K. .!. COYLE.
A.  (I.  P.  A.
V.iii'  '   . ��� -
ED. GOULBl'.
Agenl i'.I'.';.
New  Westminster.
The only all rail route between all
points east, we��t and south to Ross-
'aiul, Nelson and intermediate points
:onnecting at Spokane with the Great
Morthern, Northern Pacific and O. R.
IUFFALO, NEW YORK and   & n, Co.
ELPH1A, via Niagara Falls,      Connects at Rossland with the Can-
Nine Tables, etc., address       j idian   Pacific   Railway  for   Boundary , -*"" was;  that there was a strike the
Creek points. I people  had  no doubt,    but  they were
Connects  at    Meyers    Falls    with  in   Ignoranc*   as  to  the   main  causes
-tage diily for Republic. leading   up  to  it.    Incidentally,  there
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and  the MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to
PHILA1
For T
GEO.  W. VA'jX,
Theatrical   Man  Surmounts Difficulties
cf   Newspaper  Strike.
Thi        ivince of    a  press agenl in
'. hf theal ri    I    I uslness is to ind ic
the publishers of newspapers to prinl
stoi les aboul  the attraction he represents.    Steve O'Grady, for many years
a  well-known writer on the St, l/iuls
Republic,   representing    the    Savage
Grand    Opera    Company,  arrived   in
Butte,  Montana, a  few  days ago an 1
liscovered   that  owing to a  printers'
- strike * very  newspaper in    the    city
had  c* ased   : ublicatiou.       Invi stlga-
; i Son di v< lo * ! the fact  thai  ll  wi uld
l,e v.i eks and ; robahly months i efore
the newspapers would  resume.   Here
was a  predicament.     "Madam  Butter-
1 lly"    was    coming    to  Unite a week
hi nee an I thi re was no means of let-
, ting  the  ; ei pie    know the merits of
��� Mi" ati raction.
Il wa    ���.   : " he was pondering over
, his pre Hi ament    thai    O'Grady   was
���i'i/' d   . iii   an  Inspiration,    If   ihere
was no newspapers, why    nol    make
'. 'Hi".    He wenl to a big printing plant
nol   affected  by  the strike,
i onl    ��� ���   !   ���  ���   the publication of ten
housan I  four-] age  newspapers, then
��� nlisl   i  "     sei rices of    several    re-
,��� ���: ers,   ������ ho v. ere idle because of the
newspapei    uspension, and began preparations   for  the  active   publication
of a real n< w   ap ir.
The res 111 - ol the experim* nl were
��� xi; aoi dinary. The press agenl litl le
������ alize I whal a furore the appearance
ol ni- papei was destined to create.
Butte had been without a newspaper
inr ia; ��� i days. No one really knew
what  iii.' exad  cause of the Buspen-
ENGLISH ARCHITECT
TO PERFECT STREETS
ito   Guild   cf   Civic   Art   Desires
to  see   Better Thoro-
fares.
Toronto, Feb. 27.���The T nto
(liiild of Civic Art hum last night,
Professor A. P. Coleman presiding, to
consider the advisability of employing sir Aston Webb, an eminent British architect, to perfeel the details
nl the plan for diagonal thorofares
and for discussing the ways and
means by which the plan when completed could be placed before the people, the governmenl and the city council, with the view of its adoption and
being eventually  carried into effect.
The proposed diagonals of traffic
will be wide and capable of being
utilized as subways for traffic as well
as  for surface  transportation.
SEARCH  FOR LOST CITIES.
Party of Cornell  Explorers  Backed by
Multi-Millionaires.
f	
Ithaca, N.Y., Feh. 27.���Prof. J.R. S.
Sterretl of Cornell announces thai ha
will lead a party of Cornell explorers
Into the unmapped regions of Asia
.Minor this spring. Andrew Carnegh,
Jacob H. Schil'f and W. K. Vanderbill
are among the financial backers i f
the project. B.B.Charles, J.E.Wri n ii
and A. T. Olmstead, students under
Prof. Sterrett's direction, will ma ;e
maps showing the location of cities
now lost in the desert.bul which were
prosperous In early history and i
historic, limes. The parly will i , a
foundation for future archaeol ��� il
research.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago, 111.
g x n
". uu p.m. 11.35 a.in
3.30 p.m.    6.00 p.m
; "M p.m 11"'1 p.m.
12.00 ra. 12.00ra.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
Columbia Coast   Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
I   Line Service.
LASKA ROUTE.
��� ��� '��� without notice).
Leaves Van.
 Feb, Till
 Feb,  I Ihi
 Feb, 21 i
������  Feb, 2Sth
II VICTORIA  R.01 TE
ii i.i leaves Vancou-
la daily at  l a.m.
VI"I'l.K ROUTE,
:SS BEATRICE,
i dally excepl Monday
- 6   i'
VICTOR
IA        N
:EW      WESTMINSTER
ROUTE.
OF NANAIMO.
I,,.���,,., '   "A��airau,
-. S'U] I minster at 7 a.
in.
VANc
0U>.
' NANAIMO HOUTE.
'��� 8, Joan
;' daily at 1:30 p.m
:��AST   ROUTE.
"�� Queen  City.
"   11   p.m. on  1st,
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATI.IN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and
FAIRBANKS, Daily trains (excepl
Sunday) carrying passengers, mail,
expre s and ir- ght connect with
stag* I l ireross an 1 White Horse,
: intaining a through winter servic*
I , ���   information apply to
j.  p   R* iGERS, Traffic Manager,
Vancouver.  B.  C.
"The Milwaukee"
'The   Pioneer  Limited"  St.  Paul  to
Chicago,   "Short   Line"   Omaha  to
Chicago,   "South     West    Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No   trains   in   the   service   on   any
railroad   in   the   world  that   equal   in
equipment  that  of  the  Chicago,  Milwaukee   &   St.   Paul   Railway.     They
own   and   operate   their  own   sleeping
and dining cars on all! their trains and
give   iheir   patrons   an   excellence   of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
II. S. ROWF. General Agent.
1,14 Third St.. cor Alder. Portland, Or.
BLACKSMITHING.
| North em Pacific!
Three
Transcontinental
Trains Daily
Travel on the Famous
"NORTH COAST LIMITED"
Electric-lighted train.    Low Rates,
ii      .1 ime. Excellent Servii e.
New York, Chicago,
Toronto, St. Paul
AND ALL POINTS LAST
Steamshir Tickets on Bale to all European points.
Special   Reduced   Rates    Round   Trip
Rates  to   Southern   California.
For full informtion call on or write
C. E. LANG, General Agent,
430 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
A. D. CHARLTON,
Portland.Ore
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
OF THE CftNADIAM PACIFIC RY.
=FINEST ANP   FASTEST^
Ol
I'.ufTet   service   on   trains   between
Spokane and  Nelson.
Sunday,    November    io,
Day Train Arrive
...  Spokane  ... .7.15 p.m.
... Rossland  ... .4.10 p.m.
.. .Nelson  6.45 p.m.
H. A. JACKSON.
iiffective
igoi.
Leave
0.20 a.m. .
12.25 p.m.
g.40 a.m. .
J. HENLEY
%
EMPBE!
Af
u
Having bought oul  the Blacksmith-
j lng business of R. H. Benson, I will
be pleased to see all his old custom-
erg, as well as new ones     Horseshoe
ing a specialty.
H. M.  KNUTSON,
Eighth  Street.
:8 000 ( EMPRESS OF BRITAIN 114,600
H. Power!EMPRESS OF IRELANDJ     TONS,
Xow  is the time to send for your
nds in i'i- Old C itry while the
t, .. are low,     Tourl 1  Sleepers run
l0im to conned  with Empr*
1 1 s
nexl sailing, March 22nd.
dates and rate, apply to
ED. GOI'LET.
C.PR. Agent.
i'\ir oih'-r
Manufacturer of
Mineral Waters, Etc.
Aerated Waters,
Family Trade a Specialty,
rei.  113. Office,  Eighth  Street,
NEW   V^ESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Office���Tram  Depot
ifflce Thone 1S5.       Wirrn Tnone 137
Columbia St.
Ilaggage delivered    promptly to   my
part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
W. N. Draper
B. C. Land
Surveyor
Ellard Block.   New Westminister, B.C.
i was a - trike of the telephone f;irls,
���nil communication by 'his means was
shin off.
O'Grady named his paper "The Butterfly," announced Henry \V, Savai
as the publisher and himself as the
��� lltor, and al 9 o'clock one morning
100 newsboys \m-\i- started on the
streets   with   Iheir n ms   loaded   with
i copies of 1 li" new paper, The sale
-.' ,is exl; aoi din \ : a demand was ci -
ited in   everj      rt of   I lie ���''������:   0
1 oy aim 1  I        n   I ban D00 cop
1 lie live  new s of   1       '       ��� nil h  I li
! nper containe I wa 1 eagerl;   1 ea I, 1 1
In   eleven   cola nn 1 ol   matter  whi* '    1
the press hi enl -��� ive his o�� n al I ra< I    il* ��� I,
lon had an ffecl 1 n   hi   In-
habitants.      ': le ol  the pa-
1 ei Indicate 1 lhal he press agent for
'Ma lam Bu terfly" ha I been busy,
and v. hen lhe people discovered that
more than half the contents of the
paper was devoted to the Savage
Grand opera Company, Butte had a
hearty laugh,
The   Scarlet   Mysteries.
Speaking of ihis concerl companj a
St. John paper nays:
"A large and appreciative audien e
witnessed what, to an impartial ob-
s*; ver, would appear to be one of the
mosl up to-date and attractively stag-
<��� i 1 ntertalnments thai St. John has
sei u for some years."
Nol  only  do Eastern   papers s .
highly of them bui the papers of Van-
co ivi r and   Victoria, where the com-
a rea ly been, accord 11
highesl   praise  nn I  asserl   thai   I    I
i   .i, i   "ai    ntless," as   well   ,
In     an 1 skilled   and   \
Iruly  a Inatlon ran   in
Want  n  Publicity Man.
E Imi Qton,    All i���    Feb.     J7     : h
11 m :    '>ai"i   of  trade   is  advertising : ir se; retarj and publicity m in
ai  $1,000 a year.    They intend  to a
vei Ise  iheir   town  extensively  as  n
manufacturing Mi".
I
WHEN YOU SPEND A DOLLAR GET A DOLLAR'S WORTH
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf Label)
Is the best valne, because it is pure, nutritious and very economical.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO ��
<<��3ESaMHHnMaBBEESHBBBHHKBBiHMBKOBMHHBi r i
TSZ DAILY NT
THE DAILY NEWS
.���.'������
�����
Pare ti *. ��� i' ' e��� i c I rr.e
I ���'��������� :.r��'es:,.c :���" ai tbng : x
��ak���deal  dcliratf-taggif    . :.s.: i
'ELEPHOSES
' -      >��t of
I ���..-. :
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_    ..   . ^ _  .. latBd bj
HORACE   DORER
For Choice.  Pretty  and   Ha.idsome
Christening,     Birthday,
and   WEDDING  GIFTS.
Columbia St, Next to Tram Office
Advertise in The Daily N
ews
)���
JOHNSTON
Money Saving Shoe Sal
e
Tat e  I ir.' Da a -���./�����
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NEWS     BLOCK       Mf
F ��'."
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.
NOTE A FEW PRICES FOR THIS WEEK
iVHAl   \\E ARE SELL1N ! r . :.
Oi73
i's Fine Box Calf, leather lined, $5.00 Ameri-
V> '.' mz ���*���   *5 a r k *��� d   tX>vri     ���;
��� '' ^TT
"*   r .   ,.   *            ^   r            ��
.   I ackai    -  best  $5.50 I at mt  C It
$5.<   lin
Yici  Ki     Bl  :*hei   B   ts,  a  reg Lai
M Pliers
lines.
$4.50 Shoes and  many other  g    i
WHAT WE ALL SELLING I    L
idies' Yici K     ��� . Cut Bex
S: "    :
.
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'   an i  Heavy Sole   ��� LO    A. lerican
��� $3.25.
WHAT WE ARE SELLING FOR
3.00
Men's $4.50 Kee    Sl es, with heavy ;i ml l<  -
leather lined and wateri r ��� -.'.
Men's  Heavy
$4.00  ii ���-.
Sc >tch I rrain W i king B
Men's  Doul.-.  S ��le Sewed  Boots��� - :' \
Kid���our regular $4.00 . i
'���''���'��� have I ts of other snaps for $3.00.
WHAT WE ARE SELLING F ���'.:
.'..--��� 3* Gel:.'.:...   F .    Slip ��� : .  .  ..' $'.
Ladies'  English  Felt Slip]
= tie i line.
$1.50,  It
Men's Carpet Slippers.    A
$1.25.
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F. CRAKE
English  Watchmaker
Tu o   dion   from    Ceo    Adamt,   Grocer
We've cut the price on every pair of Shoes in the store.
There is just this about it.   The man who shoes himself ancl his family
now, will save a nice sum of money.
SALE LASTS ONLY A FEW  DAYS MORE
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FEB. 23. 1907.
THF. DAILY NEWS
THE
CASH STORE!-"t,Dail'vDetails
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New Spring Goods
At Very  Special   Prices
Every possible advantage of
our splendid buying facilities
was brought into play in purchasing these spring stocks,
-advantages in which you
share in the remarkable
ings offere ! i n Ore- Go -.-.
Wash G ods, Suits, Hal
Skirts, Blouses, Gloves, ii -
iery, Ribbons, el .
Ii  isn't that we sell    . .
of low priced sti   ',   ut that
we sell a lot of reliable st
at moderate prices.
A little investigation will convinc ��� you that the
besl  values obtainable in British i  ilumbia are to
at the Smith Cash Store.
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Thi   ��� '       ' of the  Da
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the    \     cultM :,:   Department,   Pa     i
Victoria.     The  flrsl
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.hi March 7th     The  P'emiei an I Min
Islet   ol   Agriculture   i*.'l!  attend, an I ;J;
 the Convention;      There will ;���;
avi    ��� en can    "   ���        papers and addret��*\   ]n lea I ;���;
a   days, and    ],i"   experts   on   subjects   rWfc��v'nl      ' v
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The New  Rogers Garments
I: w ��� are exclusive      ��� ..,.-��� .        . ;i
SUITS,   COATS   and   SKIRTS
I. .   rs I Ian tents speak for  them       is.   Everj it th* m
to be han I made is han I made,      I every! thei
t to be made on a ma   lin ��� is macli      mad
fhe; are made of goi : fabri --. fabrics ���. tr a      ell ;is
.    : the making is right.
Evi              ' i'  customers can bos          I, mt only thoi   ivith wads
.- those, too, wh" have .-��� jtrel  h i  iollar I ��� the lasl notch.
Tailored  Suits  $18.50 to S25
;,    r .   Coat  and   Eton   - -.   :':--.     in light or medium tone;
the Gibson effect;   - i if me 's wear suiting;  others of
liting;   Bannockburn tweed silk   braid  trimmed  collars  and
and  ornaments of braid. Others  with grey or contrasting
ita he braid, ves! fronl Son - i :' the skirts of  these suits
isters of six pleats, giviti nl    of fullness, the pleats opening
Tourisl   and  Short   Coats.      isi  in to-day.
A fresh shipment of these  -" trl new garments, in a wii  ' rarge
:: ''   ''-'i   men  are ahead      iee nn  ig latrj     industrj       The  (     >"   l{
���i   '  I- ���    "i:: a   rate  ol   rare   and   <h��'e
���  . em h<       , :  on  the certificate plan, If tw
ii,,, m iy-flve   oi   mo e   p* attend   ifte
iim naliv   Mun i
" - convention.
������' nt   Period      ... rt'u i     ��
'���''���' ��� ��� -in 'i1    Brow n,  V    s.  who   h ia
-""        ' :. in. to 2      p warned to N'ew  Westmlnstei al
i     WALK      ,,;   i  visit  Easl    expei lenced   sevi   -
"    !   ��� ������ i nil ii. ' ���   : ��� ;i v,    .        .,  ,
' In    the  unusual
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lin wa    mow  bound In
11 ee days during
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i      ' lon   freezing   |>olnt.
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with     ��� qnenl    i
|���, i ��� half frozen cattle
,   " ��� where.    * in the w h   ���
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Great Wind Up
and CLOSING ACT of
the MAMMOTH SALE
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1   FF'Q   FURNITURE
l~iJUJU  O       EMPORIUM
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OUR   CARPETS
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x        irlse was tend*     I 1 ��� - -
of Ihe Lutheran  church, the   Ret    B
A   Sand and  wile, lasl  night, l>\   tin
ove      e   erda     afternoon,  and evenii ���;   ,    ..      m
In   rerminal ctt\  aceom- made a Bhorl   Bpeech  and  tin   ���
nil I "..-. Dave Pic Ing, who derrl   took   In   $36,  while   Mrs.   Anno
v ill remain under the care of the so -^^   Levelton and jj.lss Johnson pre
some time Io come.
Por .i nici    . in, li   il  Vi del ��� oi  i tr
i nal ions,  telephone  T,   Da\ ies   &  Son,
Tel.   B20-S,
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nl' tin' late CM
Pre!-
"n',:| Mrs Sand with a beautiful
present. Among those preseni were
11111 following: Mr. and Mrs. .1 Aune,
M' ;,*iil Mrs. \ Levelton, Mr, and
N,i ��� N Dahl, Messrs. O, Olsen, 0
So11 ' ,,;-   *'���   .lensen,   \,    Vrneson,   8
who   died   on   Tuesday,  will   take s":l|i""   L   Krozseth, J, Larson, Mrs
nee  tomorrow    afternoon     In    the rhos. Hansen, Mfss K Johansen, Miss
��� li ol England cemetery, Sapper- Marie Johnson, .Miss  Espeland
'"ii     Th irlege \\ ill leave the fam-
ll\ residence, Eighth avenue, al 2 p.m
n   Murchie has charge of the funeral
- angements.
lien     i'lrurello, tin   Italian chai red
w iili   an  'iim ii ural  crime  �� as ; ������ del
WINNIPEG   WANTS   MONEY.
Mayer   Ashdown   Will  Go   to   England
to Place Bonds.
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Axminster, Wiltons. Velvets. Brussels, Tapestry and Wool Carpets to loss than HALF
their original value. Just think of it! Axminster Carpets as low aa $1.20 a yard I
Velvets for 90c yard; Brussels, 70c and 65c;
Tapestry, 40c, 45c and 50c; and the reductions already advertised on the other
article? remaining still hold good. Don't
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1 March   1st,   1907,1
Winnli
Feb.   27       li   ha ���   I n
j   moi ning  i nmiiiii ted  for   trial   li>
ain I'liti adrigli, s   \l     Two li i\ -
. :.\'   evidence ii   i Imin Hin    Plcurelhi
ii 1 more n I lies -������. �� 111 I i>  mmni nn I    England   lo   nlai d
i' ���    the   trial   which   will   take   place   London  in irket,
''' ,:" ''"   higher couri i-   |8 fell   coi ildering the condition
''  ,!l"   Vmerican markel  and th n
definitely   settled   upon   by the  alder
men   to consolidate the  city's deben
-"ml  Mayor   \ h lown to
An  iii>
���a extended to
THSMIT
267 COLUMBIA STREET
NEW WESTMINSTER
,. ,;    n   ,;   to       "'     :':   IC"  ' ' '     *  lnvM'  ;"  Cann
end   tho   iveddine   ol   K    ,1    Burns      ' "'     '     "'  '     "      ��mmer will
era       enl    I   hal  nr   In Van      ','    ;'" ":'':"|:i""   'i!""  to  dispose  of
i.iver,      Tl "nm-   lakes   place   ".",' lle,,ent,,1'es  :"  ;""">'l  land.    The
.  . , Bl   ,'h        c    .���:,   ,,, ,   ahlermen are  ,1 ���  igreed lhal no pub-
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the  ' ���        ���   hi    natural lifi
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rice   I'   S   tl iwan,  ��ho
*        en transferred     i the Vai
���.. "  house ��� '   like  cl       e of the (1
i ���  , ��� "     Mills, who
In   local  musli il cl
..'.���.���     con ed upon hi
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���' until the inonej is fortheomlnij
Opera   House  Bookings.
. -    Tl      S   trii '   Mysterl
Mn     12    VI     Wi'. '    family.
Mar   "'   Cr* il in Clark.
Mai      i    l-'i ni e  Clali
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I FURNITURE   EMPORIUM I
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New Westminster
Tel. 73 J
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Do You Want a first-class Home?
WE   HAV::   BT
1    I lock from car li: ���; central location;
1 L-2 storey, 7 rooms 11 bedrooms), mod-
c* nveniences, furnace, summer kitch-
. stable, glass conservatory, 1- assorted
'   lives, lawn and  gr ������ n shrubs; lol
eet frontag*.
$2,425.00. Hall  Cash
! KCI USi\ I I >     ���i'*     US
DIED.
PRETTY���-Al   Ills   residence,    Eighth
'-, ��� nue   on  I lie 2Gth Fehruarj. 1907
Pretty, aged  V-   j i 11 s.
I'ln if Central   I'a       ire       Euneral Frid      Man li Isi al   1 : tu
universit: tin   Chun ii  of Ens Inn i   i ��� niel
���<  ' end in  view will j g.,|, ,,,!,,���.
\ 11 hall	
'     ��� PUBLIC   NOTICE.
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i   - |   mi   din   '''I     '   ' he  i halrmnn  of
ittei    ���      ide to    i    id,    Central   Pa       Piw In* lal   I'n \  i
ii    hn i ,, - ,   ���    rail a  Special  Puh
ii,    Mei llns  In  the   \    : iiltm 'I   Hall.
Central    I' trl      m    Erhlaj    ��� veiling,
in . of   the   li   <'.
���  ; ���  i"ll    will    III'
i ���     hall,   N'ew   Westiniti'
it. March 2\, n i m.    As
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Hini    lie C. V. R. i nm
v i        nn til     Is a
.    . landard   i
,       ,,, |      U1  i n I en       '   'i    ''>'���'
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\l.ii,.|, i<' ||iii7, at S o'clock, for lh ���
purpose 'ii discussing the University
,. . mon   nnl    - tlcul trl    with a view
...,,,. lh    , a inien    In   fa
lhe   pi '."���-.'��� 1   I'nl*
CLOCKS!
Marble Cased . . $16.00 to $35.00
Iron Cased . . . 8.00 " 13.00
Polished Wood Cased 6.50 " 10.50
Fancy Gilt . . 2.50 " 9.00
China .        .        .    2.50   "     10.00
Nickel Alarms
90c
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SPF   OUR   WINDOW
McLEOD, MARK & CO.
"The I'mm Land Specialists,"
/Vn^' Westminster
Growing Appreciation
l ��F ITS SUPERIOR  QUALITY COULD
'\LY   CAUSE   SUCH   A   RAPID   INCREASING  DEMAND  FOR OUR
======    Sugar Cured =====
B|*eakf ast Mams and Bacon
8 REICHENBACH COMPANY,
LIMITED
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i  Coliiiii'ila  nre conl
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���   ;,���  ���-ill  hi   ci i.enced  n    -oon V    J. CUNNINGHAM. Sec,
"  '   '  ''     I:   ''   ltn����l. secietnij   *_���_'���" ���'  ''��� ''���- |v" ���  -:- l!'"'
lerday made nppll __ st���ar-am-*
"T"tr\DERS
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n    Hon with lhe mill     The water is
,    ,     ,,, ,���  Kanaka creek, and Will he received bj the undersigned
. ,   , ,  ihe  mill    Ite  b*   means up lo noon on Thursday, 28 February,
,   nil elghl  a ���"    l'��l����-     |,|I,T'  for lh"  Purchase or Lot   10 In
Cltj   Block  V. upon which Is situated
Ul.s   viiung, of Thli i   ���    ii"1    " ":    a 1 irge two storej   residence.
,-,,���,  ���., ihe cit*   police      Tei.ina   one-third cash and the bal- i,
l[p, ',,,���,��� grentlj annoyetl bj    ,,���.,, j��� s|x and twelve months, with
, , | lor of a  youngster In   interest al Beven per cent.
1 mi     who      T(,11(i,.,'S ���msi   be   accorapained   by
,]u, lM ,;.   ,..   ihrowing   stonea   ., CDrt|fled checque equlvalenl  to five
beating    ber, ,,,,,. ccn| 0f the hid made.
... a general mils-      The hlghesl or any tender nol  ne-
The   police   have j (.,ss:\r!ly accepted.
''' MALINS, C0UL1HARD& CO. Ui.
W. C Chamberlin
The Jeweler Columbia St.
AGENCY HAMILTON   WATCHES
Temporary Premises: Trapp Block
A.   HARDMAN
Plumbing ancl Contracting
P. O. Box 248
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Telephone 302
NOTICE.
NOTICE.
umenl will be hand-
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Estate Agents
S'c-w Westminster, B. C.
He A.  M.  Malins, deceased. Tho  publlo Is hereby  notified  thai
All persons having claims  against [  Captain  Watt, master or the ship
the late Alfred Melville Malins are re- (1,,.,nisfor,,,   wll]   ������,.  be  responsible
nuested to hand same  (duly verified)
-   .. , , ... ,.    ,,,��� foi any debts that may be contracted
tn the undersigned on or before tne
first dav  of March,  1907. I b>   tne orew nf u>�� saitl Khi''-
ARTHUR MALINS. (Sgd.) CAPTAIN WATT,
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THURSDAY    FrB
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Wholesale and Retail
DEALERS   IN
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L   /ERPOOL   SALT.
COMMON   BRICK.
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The
ROYAL BANK of CANADA
CAPITAL   AND   RESERVE
TOTAL   ASSETS
SS. 290, 000
45.400,000
Eiehtv-: ranches, with C rresi   Ddents  through, it
SAVINGS   BANK
;.\E : JLLAR
Interest added f ...-
F. B. LYLE, Manager.
SATURDAY  r
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Canadian Bank of  Commerce
Paid-up Capital. Sl0.000.000.     Reserve Fund. $5,000,000
~E~3   OFFICE,  -:COSTO.
E. Z.  WALKER,  General Manager        ALEX LAIRD, Asst Gen 1 Maxi?e:
BRANCHES THROUGHOUT CANADA AND IN THE
UNITED  STATES  AND   ENGLAND.
.-'-..-��� Ba     ng      --.���-��� trans ..-.-..    A       nts
- '   :   . I    - .    ranche-    f tl
SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT,
���---. u      - and interesi rent rates.   Th*
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:' -���     ��� - rtion of -..-   li
JiEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH���H. R  I &.YIDSOX, Manager
OPEX   SATURDAY  EVENINGS. B TO   - O'CLOCK.
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We Guarantee all Our Work for 10 Years With a i
Protective Guarantee I
Read Our Prices���They Never Change    |
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Gol I Ct
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��t      Bri Igi ��� $5.00
Gold   Fillings.
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407 Hastings St., Vancouver, B. C.
Hours 9 a.m, to 8 p.m.   .DR, A. R, BA KER.   Consult.ng  Dt lt st,
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A SOURCE OF I 5!
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LAND REGISTRY ACT.    LAND REGISTRY ACT.
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consists -       -   -  '      -       e in
haled,    es] garettes
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edging  1    I -     '- ������ ���"     ���        T
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a-   the   prime  requisll who
I  becom*       true -        .  de
pending     :.   bin self   ral than   on
e      -     .:���-.. ���-.  is I   -��� :���
.    t ���    .--- bj  :..'. .;���..-���      at
it -   .-��� be inborn    Some m*     .   ss* --
��� - ra d    :. ' ��� Just    -  - mei
bave   :   :    thei    I ��� tt   wl   ���   I
���..���:- figures   re ...-   ���-....;    r    [t
-   .  - r: '..: extra, ;...    -      -   ng t
I ���   - .-:.    rriter   ns   ��� :'   inti .... :. e   >t
mental derelt^iment, like the rejx   ti
:.     ��� :. - :.:  .:. a  vratch.   A  highly ��� .
nltured man ma*   Ia k it   tb��
ro .  - -'   ;      .:.    Some  wh i  !... ���
never     ���  I ��� ���     .-    r 1     ..."   ns
ti . tin ::. th* space of a va tion a
:...: fa rllity at ; king a way, ..:. I I
)..-.:-? ;��.,.-i a Ur: "���:. :. re spent their
lives on the prospect trail and who
were :-;.;; and always would be as
ess as the ni west city dweller
It Is a gift, a talent If you hav..- Its
tiniest germ you can become a trav-
��� ��� r of the wide and I* nely places.
If you have it not you may as wkI)
:���-..-.. j urself ��� .' tides.- Stewart Ld-
ward v\"hite In Outing Magaz ne.
'   ���   -
ns   ���
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ns
the sal
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TAKE N'i 'TICE th I ai | li* ition has
���   -       -   '''���'
Simpl*
fax Sale Deed froi       e Reevi   an I
S    .���        - Eds      L   -���
ng late 5th   la;    >i   : nuary,
A.D, 1901, of all and sing i ti thai - ��� i
t ol    nd and pn
....- -.   ..-.    lying    :���.    elng in  the
��� . :   se*   '���'��� ��� stmlnsti r,   d  th*
.   .       sh  Col ,:..  ���     rnore
escribed at
: an: -       I '���    - ���
.-'���   ���   d    10,
Ip 1.
V" i ..:. I each    '  .    i an dred
ontest thi th*
ivi thin   1 :
te of the I
egister I
:..   ���.. ���     ��� ner then
\:.    '. ���     tha:
���    ��� ��� ���   ���
er*   [.
a ���
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'I
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C.  S. KEITH.
Distri '  R* ���
: Jefl
All pi
... . ...        in I*
then:,  ind laimlng ai
terest - ��� .'     of ai
- -.   - . .   ���      tment, an .
- :.-   ��� -     ���      :.-���'������
said land les* ent     ������������ hose    titl*
Is      not       :��� - itered       ind* th*
. -.    -   : ��� ���     ..      Regis       '���  '
shall    ���   ���   ��� ������    - -    - ���       nd debai
setting up any cla
especi    C the said lan . -    -    I I
taxes as    rovided       th*    Land Regis
'��� ;'a^ ii,.
.   ,'DMt(
,: r>'' of aQ
ii,.,
of a
RENNIEJS  m mm iCT'
SEEDS
NOW IN
Science nnd   Morality.
The true studi ut    f the pi  f* ssi nal
r ti      .    tl scl -   .-..- to a
bensive ... lear inderstand-
ing : bis -. ities i :. I respi nsi titles In
his n - : - ; bis fell w men aLd to
tbe ;.._. ... -. ] se duties . re-
-; - lities presi nt thi .*���- es 1 bis
tr I in tl    r real i    portion
Hi    - ���    tber nondevi nor mai le-
��� ������        bis    ..-...: rs.  Hia
��� . - -.    ' ng   especi     ;     n  thi
t       ...-'.. - -     .  t .
:         penel    tion in th*    nalysis    '
.;.;   propositioE ....    ind
that   truth   and -       . st   be
E      -    - -      - .    ���    " -     t
line     S   -:. Is uothing
fusion to the shift - dis-
entals of
:.       lit        ���   ��� st .  -
to tec! -      ess or professional at
taim  enl     Seientil       mei     :..
AT
Ryall's
drug store;
���IMBER   NOTICES.
The   Hellbender.
' 1 ..��� re's reas   .    '���: ;���    thi      ell-
to eat," s    I
scientist      Its prii food is the
������:     :.-:      ----- 5   thi     pi
food for      ss.   The
-    the s fai :    -  ��� bfl .     s as
the frog -    ---       ���-   -   r-    ted
th an   .   -    ed  fi  :..  tbe egg     nd
���   .    : -    the tadpole stage
fore  i -        ���   . ��� ���
er is el.ty fine I -
.. : -       ��� -elf if I er
bis ��� '    :
Is 1 streams :
���  ���   ���'    -... f the Allea    nv  :      :.
Tli
iddli
:.
I -    - "
I      '
���     -        sad
���
���     -    '���
'
f I      - - fores*      -      to lane
tbe        - s  with  trees in1
-��� rrup ���
three   ���'..--
Standing   nml   Sitting:.
David   S y���1   shal    bring   you
��� ���'���- rk ti isers to be reseated. Mr. Snip i'oti ':��� ow I sit i go .1
-��� I Mr. Sn ;- (tailo - All right, and
.:' you'll bring tbe bill I sent you six
m inths ago I ��� be ; ��� si d ro re-
ceipt that also. lou know I've stood ,i
good deal.���L*nd d Tit I: ts
Properlj   Situated.
"They may say what they like
against blm," said the convicted one's
defender, "but bis heart is ln il. ��� right
place."
Tea," ass ati . the other, "aud so is
:h? rest of hin      :��� a few years."
Practical.
"What did she say when she hc-ard
b'' was dead In J ive ������ Ith !,. p?"
���Sin- wanted to knovi I be carried
. "v life losaronce."���New York Tli es
':"'. : -       EREBY  G VEN    ..
-      ��� .   . '���     ��� ���  Inti nd i    a]
'    the Hoi ��� ;...-
.
icense i
���    ' -    ��� - -   in
Disi
No. 1. C        ��� -    . _ si ;  -.-
'    ��� '���  -      -        Tsi Bas Lagoon.
N    "     C       '.'    H    ��� -_ ���   ��� .- :. .    ..
st 12        ains    -
est  12S chains  1
���    ��� nt
Xo. 2. Co nn encins
'     ���      "    00 feet i    m east sl |
S -   -
���   ���
:. -    ...   ,     less, to
-
-._ -    -'.   s
:-' 2, :
-.;
.:.-. ���
!f,0 chains, w*
' -  ' ��� -. .
ng        the  S   \','
���    -������    oi T. I.   ; ��� :
:      ' ��f tne head of F     ��� \
'��� -'   ��� ns and s i    .      ,
���     T.  L  7439, tl
40 ... shore   IS.W.I    -.
e north J .     ....
chains, more or less   ��� ,     ;:.    ,
mencement.
DATED   his  26th day of !'���
1907,
The Mclaughlin lumber co i. i
B? C. R. McLaughlin, r . -     nd M. D
City Electric Works
Opposite Tram Office
For ,;'   '      signs   . ���. ���    .. motors
fans,'phone flxl    ���     .
'fries,  win   and  cables of
'���:   "���" -     Hous,   B-irinj     Mot ��������� ;-,
;'     ���-   ��� specialty,   ah kinds of re-
��� atten led to.
':"-.-. that an
register lan ��� -
Fee Sli  pie,   .:. ler a
:..   'he  Mayor an i
Treasun       I  the Citj     :   N- ��   \\ ���   -
Patrick   '!'.   Bowl* r.
Ins   . ISth      r ol   '. .-.--. A 11.
1902 nd singular I >Ttain
: . remises
situat* Ing and being in 'be City
��� '  N** ���'��� Westminsti   , in P ���-'.incf
t Bi itish Ci lui      i   -. tlcularl
known and des si   ts 10 and
::. Block ' D" St. Patrl  . - Square
T* .    nd each of requlr*
nti -���   the  ��� lalm of the  tax
baser wil ���-���-.- -���
������'���   of thi   first  ; ubl cation        I    -
:. .-   v. .-������    i    shall     ....
lames L ��� ���.��� a tei
And I ��� that tion
notice  foi   thirty   da  -
news      ��� \,.',v
W stminster will    ���    .
nt s*   ric*   th*  eof
D VTED . -  the i.  :. ':  R* . I  "   ���
N* ���    '���'��� estn   tstei    Pi
ish  Columl ia this
ary, A.D.   1 107.
C. S. KEITH,
Disti    -    .
To Hem -.  Elli tl   ;:-
All persons s* b this notice
and        -���      .. ���   ���..
"''       '        I  P*      ns ng .:..
���'���'��� :���--'"'   -    I land    f virtui
.:. ��� gist* red  Insti id ent, all
"'-' :-- laiming any interest in the
sal: lan! I -. des ��� nt, wl ��� dtli Is
:' ' registi md*    th*        ..-:.-.
the   "Land   R< - -
'���'���-'        '   -' :
-��� tting   .    an   -
the s -. :  . ij     ��� ,. .
I: ���������;' I   :  the   Lan I R* gisi      \ i
i. DIGBV, Proprietor
pHONE 304
Synopsis of Regulations for Disposal
of Minerals on Dominion Lands in
Manitoba, the Northwest Territories
and the Yukon Territory.
COAL���Coal  lands  may    be    pur-
''  ;��� ���     t $10  per  acre   for soft
-���     %20   :  r   anthracite.      X t   more
than y.       res can b* red b;     -
'.' ' "   :"  ' '  c mi my      R, v |ty  ..-
' "; -" ts ;   r ton i :' 'joco
'   ��� ���' Necti : on the ^r --
���   ���-
QUARTZ���Persi ns     i f     eighteen
'������'��� 'rs an ! over and joint stock coi
;   niM h ilding free miner.-' certificates
may obtain entry for a mining !  cation.
_ A free miner's certincate is granted
for one or more years, not exceeding
five, upon payment in advance of $7 51
per annum f���r an individual, and from
��50 to $100 per annum for a compai y
according to  capital.
A free miner, navi;V discovered
mineral m place, may ! cate �� claim
1500x1500 feet by marking out the
same  with   two  Iega]   p05ts>  beari
��caJ.,on " :     -���  ' ne at  each end of
the line of the lode, or vein.
The claim shall be recorded within
fifteen days if ocated within ten mile,
ol a mining recorder's office, one additional day allowed for every additional ten miles or fraction ' The
tee for recording a claim is $5.
At least Moo must be expended on
the claim each year or paid to the
mining recorder in lieu thereof. When
T.
. 1
: thi
:
-
...
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" -:
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-
��� '���:
1 :
���' -
-:
I'll'
$500 has been
lecitor   rr - .
made and ,:;   ���
requirements,   ;
$100 an acre.
Permission n
Minister   (I   ���
claims c nta
copper, in ;
area not ex ���
The  patent   :' -
shall  provide
I        ty of 2yi 1
of the pre ':    1
PLACER '
the   N.  W. T. ...
Territi rj :  I
erallv  are  100 :'���
J:.   :\ ������'.���'
Saskatchewan R
bar   ( r  bench,  t  ���
fi et 1  ng and ex1..
and 1   ���.       ter 1
cludi
the base of t
e.xcee'i- g
!     ' ��� "    -   "
:.    ���.   '���
'.        '.-.'":���'
���    '..
���    rerritory
tail
for   1 term     :   ���
th*
:   thi    Interior
'< ��� .   ���
-   . I
���     ���
for first
���   . ���   ���
;      ��� ' 1 ��� '-ing.
Placer   mining   1
- ���   ry���Creek.    .
������     shall nol   -
length, measur*
ger.- ral   direct   -
g ' '-. tbe wi Ith I
;ooo   feet.      All
"hall be 250 feet c
rr.s   are   mark*
-���-.  'no   at  -
tice?      1 -try must ; ���
ten  days   if the
mile= of the mining \
���   extra day all
ti  nal ten miles or fra -
The  person or com] |
claim  must  hold  a  frei
t::' rate.
The   discoverer     ���'
entitled   to  a   ch m feet in 1
length,  aand  if  the  pari ;
:.v  . 1500 feet alt  gel "��� .;:���
put   c p.   which   no   ��� ��I
charged the  re-:  of I      pari
ary claims onlv.
Entry fee $10.     Rc; t      rstiJ
:' 1 '. o and one-half   per a tit |
value  of  the  g* ir ~
ject to the right- c I |
have, or who may -���
bar  diggings or ben |
on the Saskatchev n
the lec-ee can dn '- ���
mark On  each   iltei
The  lessee  sh ill
operation within on*   -
���   a
������'-������ is
bi ori
reek   :
'-' '���
'
-.
��� - I
-
--
i: i
���     ��� ���
'    '     "
date  of the  lea--  f  :
but      '��� ��� re a per.-f n
bt   ��� ��� '   more   than
In   ge for < tch I ::-  ti
tion there* I is sufl
per annum for    each    '���'���
leased.     Royalty
h   f per    ent
���   .     .  -;.. r it excel   -  -'
Dredging in  tl
Six li   - ��� -    :' ��� ��� ���   ���
^- nted to a free miner
20 yeai ret
". ' ���   leasee   shall   ha' " -:
in     perati  n   witl   1  I ������
the date of the lease,
for  each  five  m les
fri :- such date.     Rei ��� ' "
Yuk   n   Territory   t '������   :;;
:   mj :r. Her.
The lessee's right is
submerged  bar or bars
below   low   water   marl
dary to be fixed by its
1st day of August in tl     ���    '
date of the lease.
-
:
Xo free miner -h
of  mere   than   1 ni   :
���     h   separate   river,
but   the   same   miner   n .;
number  of  clain -   I
free   miners   may   w  rk
:-'.    ;    -::'..---':-.:;    l-y
paying fee of $-.
abandoned   and   anotl   1
the   same  creek,  g
g '.ing notice and  ;   yinf
,.'.'  ���':   I- ist  be   d
each yi   - I   the *
A   cerl thai
aband  ned. a;    '
and entry by a
1 he b und tri* -    ;  .
defined absolutely 1 j
and   publish    g
V iki n   Official   G... ett*
Pi ti   leurn
mini n Lands in Mai I '
������'��� est Territ >ries ai I
Territory, are open I t,n^
;   ���:   leum,  and thi   1
serve   for   nn   in li\ dual
having machinery on tl , .
prospected, an area
such   period   as  he   1
length of which -hal' "   I
times the bro..::'       5
pector  discover  oil   in   ;
tities, and satisfa*
discovery, an area  not
acres, including the 0
sold to the prospect  r al
?t an acre, and the  1
tract   reserved,   n   "
will be sold at the rat- ..  ,
subject to royalty .it -"
be specified by Order in '-
W. VY
.... in
Deputy of the Mm -'
Dept. Interior,
terier. IRSDA
y, FEB. 28. 1907.
TH1-: DAILY N'EWS
Mainly
About
R2aS
Estate
Real Estate in New Westminster and district is daily increasing in value.
Business blocks are changing
hands, and money is being made rapidly.
Study this list carefully.    There are snaps in it for the man with the
Lallest amount of capital, to acreages, calling for heavy investments.
Note  the  New Address���FRONT ST. Tel.  333
One Lol 56x132 ft. on
Oueen's Av., north side,
f/cor block 6, S. block
? Price $1,000, half cash,
���rice
m!. 6
back i
cent.   Lane on
LOTS     OF     LOTS
In     BROWNSVILLE
Near  thc  Bridge
Cheap
Full-sized lot No. 8, between 6th & 7th Ave. on
4th St., west side. $300,
hall cash, bal. in 6 mos.
venue, sub   li.  10
sh. '.  i eared;  size
k'50.
-'j   storey   house,   11
modern    Improvement -
iJUxl 12
MYTHICAL CREATURES.
TJ��e Gem-ral Delict in I   ibuloua Mon-
���tcri In o'.iii-n i;.i> ��.
Now that the cold llghl of science
hns thrown IN rny upon the most remote parts of our globe there is no
longer room for legendary creatures
Bave the seu serpent nnd w e are told
that the mermaid Is nothing more than
ii dugong, ii inn, urn either a rhinoceros
or .'i Til..'lan iiutelopu, while the cocka
trice, the phoenix and the roc appear
to be pure Imaginations,
Bui In the Elizabethan age nn age
wheu the dodo had but recently been
discovered these aud many other
mythical creatures were, If not living,
at all events actual realities to the ordinary public, and as such were referred t.i in the worUs of the great dramatist and other contemporary writers
We meet, for Instance, In tl Winter's Tale" the line, "Make me not
sighted like the basilisk," and In "The
Tempest," "Now I will believe that
there nre unicorns." But nol only was
more or lcs^ of credulity given to the
existence of these nnd such like fnbu-
Frame house, Eighth street; 2 stor- lous monsters, but a web of mystic
'eys; 6 large rooms;  water, telephone,   |l"'' encircled  tho must  common  and
best known of beasts, birds and fishes.
NEW WESTMINSTER
HOUSE
One acre ir
i block
9, be-
tween 18th
and 16th St.
on 8th Ave.
Trice
$750,
1-3 cash, bal.
easy.
Darn:
21,  fare  mi   16th
; 2 coi ner lots
. $200 each,    Pric*
al  cash,
,   Sapperton,  i n ng
I'   ce $150  cash.
7 i ..mis; hath, flush
: ..nd cold wate
h   : venue   and    3rd ���
Price $2,400. ^ cash
.. half   acres   bel ���'��� e n
avenue;   south
price $2,500.
.   sl reet, hel ween
is i avenue; wesl side
'/.".    Price $3,500
letween s��'\ nth
ill m streel, easl ol
. leare I and fenced .
k'X   an I    .,;., ,   ros,   one   IK
1S()   . leare I  read}   for  planting;   I   1 -j
cle i ��� I,    Hou .-   ."���   room
lane at   .,.-:.   .,,-��� ,,. |0|   .������ ���      , ,m ,   |ml| !'������   ���-���-- ���  ������ >    ���     ��� '��� ������
Lr"iLtr"a         "i"'    "       '' ' '"    fruil trJesnnd s
UJb0- "' ':":" l,a!a,lc'   '     ' ;   1- ,- '        I1.7..U   hall  cash;   bal-
ll""''" ''' 7 ;-!'������""'��� ..   -   ,        , :   ,	
'"'" r"H sized lot, i valuable hoi lin     at I n ur
house; 7 roo        I        closet - II and bring 1 his n iver
!l1' modern Improvements; new 1  ������ pi"    """���'   ants of the present day we ma v bo n
ri ''""���   :'  1""lll'":   uat!l I'oom, hoi  and   gureii that two centuries ago tbey wen
,    cold   water, closet;   woodshed;  young   fu||v believed by the higher elusses.-
11     \ inco iver    1; .ad,   ,���   ���,     ,.,..,      .,,,,.        ,    ',
Who, for Instance, is forgetful of tIn*
enue;  good  view,    Price $1,300. *    |iii|i|lln. mpmMt 3 ,.,���������.,.���.,,  wltll
en li;   $300   In   six   months,   $100   bj    tlle   Balamnuder,   the   newl   and   the
monthly payments of $10, blindworm, and who fails to remember
One and one-half storey house and    White's account of tho "shrewnsh" fit
Selborue?    And if such superstitions
full   size   lot,   situated  north side   of
llo; al avenue and corner of McKlnnla
still survive among uneducatod pens
$0,000.   '/(,   ch di,  * .   In  (I  nionl
cen      Good : I/..  I stabl.
Irci   .    Sei .md  '...., - ;, .
west, mi a;,,,.-    .:
OI\r MIGHT ONLY
THURSDAY, 28th Feb.
Mr, Edward Branscoml
Famous
SPECIAL
4 lots, with double corner,
on section 1, 2 lots .section
2. near Richmond St .Sapperton, for sale. $600, half
'���ash, bal. to be arranged
| at i per cent.
n .t   illee road fac-
I    ���   ; .. : idle from Jubilee
ml       ���   .rn  line,  near aoyal
Sn ,.11   house;     3    acres
bcarig   fruil   Ire*
streets nn   three   Acail.'inv.
sides;   fine   view,    Price  $1,300. $000
: ca a.
Diir full sized lot, 2nd bn from cor-
��� I an l   cultivate I     Price $-'.500.
ner,   1 uh  streel   and Sth  avenue, Un
6(1 Nl I I  feet.    $250 cash.
HOUSE and LOT
icre     south hall of '. il 2S, sec.
WORKS OF A WATCH.
All the PnrtM Arc Uni  tli��> ESxprefwIon
of  On*- hi eft,
. :     ���       :���,   -j < To ono  tvlio hns  never  studied  llu*
''   ""'    '"    '-��� ;""   t8 . mechanlsi 'a watch Its mainspring
al   '���   :'���   "������>���> HOUSE and LOT ,���. |||(. bal(lnce w , ,a ., ������.,-,. , ,. ,������
Whole block on Gth streel and Vic   Centrally  located  In a comnuiianding metal.  He may have looked al the fi	
��� in! Carnarvon; 2 houses on 2fi's"ua"on"   Third   avenue,  al   foot  of of the watch, and while he admires the
and 27.    Houses    cosl    when    built I ''"'"'' s'"'''1-   Two and one half-storey motions of Its hands and the time It
rents  $55 ner   month' 'house.   Ten rooms (recently papered) keeps he may have wondered in idle
I'.      $12,500. '   All modern conveniences;    hoi    and amazement as to t character of the
* , , ,,,,,,, niailnni'i'v  which Is concealed   within.
.,  i,,, .   i,     ��� ,, or,,     ''"''     water,   bal h.     us h   closet,   lava- ,,. ,     ,,   . ,    , , . ,
-  lots In Sapperton, corner nl Col- Take lt t.> pieces and show blm each
7. Hall's Pn        road.   A'ew house and   ;l|ll,i'1 a"d   Brunette streets;   triangh
me ol the lots. $1,500,
one year al 7 per
- iod barn.
'���>  . 200 feet  on Columbln  street  and
Nol 9, bl .il. 11, H image ,v Mi N'eely
next to coi nei of Mi Neelj
House   ! rooms, rents at $1j
tory,   electric   light;   nice   lawn;   lot
part separately, and be will rccoguizo
06x132, with lane In rear; pan of lot neither design nor adaptation nor rela-
set out with fruil trees. Price $2,750. tion between them, but put them to-
$1,500 rash, balance arranged. ���     gethor, set them to work, point out the
21 ;   No. 20, $170; Xo. 21,
itii.'i's of each spring, win-el and cog,
200   feel   on   Brunette  str let.      Price
$1,500, */2 cash.
S,^": '     l   !l     '-"���  S'"'    "���''  S'reet';        -Md..::,     .!:,-;      ,     ,   .".        ' :,|      lh,.,,
waterfront  G.N.          ...                                       ���        ,,.  Flftn  ;iv,,lue,  two ���,���,.,,,  full (corner)   $175.    Durham  and   Second   sh()W ,,������ (ho ,.. ,������   v rv he ���ercelves
*9'460' :";!il    .,. .;               ,    .     ....                             sized lot, $1,600. streets.                                                    that It Is all one a-sign: that, notwith
'e nous ���- can ,, ,    .                                                          ,.                  ,.,,.,,
One and a half lots, Sapperton just Full-sized lot Carnarvon Btreet next   standing the nun hor ol parts, their dl
ite
oul side city limits
"��� huill ;...  "'       [loom I     fo ir mon
160 each   lot,     Fuller   particulars  on   ,
it   ' ' i  :      .   : .
Prici  $3,000
off Columbia street and Brunette, only
6- :���; cottage, 7th Ave.it
6th St., facing Tth Ave.; 2
full si i lots; name of cottage, Cecil; bath room,
. eds, peach, apple,
pear and plum trees. Price
$1800, half cash, bal. 6&
I.  . -. at 7 per ct.
<>ne acre hack of the
Orphanage. $800 cash.
For full particulars apply
at once.
to Bridge;  No. 20 block li. $400 cash.   nJ,'S1' l'"r,l,s al"1 various offices and the
Lot 22, block B, Uh street from 6th   agents concerned, the whole pi is of
street.   Price $1,250, \2 cash, balance
easy.
$1,200.    Terms to  be arranged. ... ,
.....                .         ���,, . ,, ���     ��. nr���  ,         I,, "in;  iileii.   ire  now  rightly  concludes
Full sized  lot, No. 11' Third avenue st.ee,.    Price $1,250, \2 cash, balance LMt wheQ t,)e mn,Mprl*g ����� fnshlon.
and 13th street, north side.   $300 easy easy.            ^ ed and tempered its relation to all thi
terms. i   houses corner of Gth  and  Amies other parts mtisl have been considered;
IT lots, full sized on 6th street, in streets;   lot 29  II.  132 feel  on Amies,   that the cogs on this wheel ai ut and
Burnaby,   East   side   100   yards from GCfeel on 6th sireet.    All modern im- regulated   adapted   to the ratchets on
Cliff  Can   factory.    Price  $1,020. provements    in each    house.    Yearly ******* !1";' tls Onal conclusion will
 ,  , , .         ...     ���.������������  ,         , be  that  such a  piece  ot   mechanism
House on Royal and Eighth atreat.  rental fl    Price $10,000, i/a cash.      ,���,���,,,   ,mt   |i;lV(,   , n   ,���.,���������,,���,   ,,y
two store.',.-:,  -even  rooms,  full sized House and lot. 33 x 100, 1%-storey, chance, for the adaptation of the parts
Vacant  lots for sale in all  parts of  lot, $2,000. situated  near Queen's avenue, $1,350. Is such as to show It to be according to
Snap  in Lots.
SCARLET MYSTERIES
from London, England.
Celebrated
COSTUME  COMEDY   COMPANY   of
SOCIETY   ENTERTAINERS,
Presenting the
LATEST LONDON MUSICAL NOVELTIES
from their Unique Reperi lire of
Comic Opera, Musical Comedy, Original
Burlesques, Humorous and Dramatic
Sketches, Lightning Cartoon.-, Refin
nl Part-Singing, &c, &c,
Given in
Fantastic Costumes with Eccentric
Dances.
Supported by the well-known London
Society   Entertainer,   MR.   ROLAND
HENRY   (from   Daly's  theatre,   Lon
don), and MR. PERCIVAL MACKEN
/ll-'., Cartoonist and Art-Humorist.
Plan of reserved seats opens on Monday at Ryall's Drug Store.
Prices. $1.00, 75c and 50c; gallery,
25c.
Chas. Chambers, Manager,
Alex.Speck's
Second Hand Store
the city, from $25.00 to $3,000
v" acres, one mile from Ab! otsf ird,
10 acres cleare I, good  soil. 220 fruit
���rnins-er  dlsi      T~\ '   ll'ees' :"'"' *1'400- half cash, balance
dtival   m,  10 acre - o
���   iwl errle     plantel
iti im land;  run iii  i
:    x 22;  frame :, irn 30
n thr,v ��� iii d pa; menl - at reasonable
nterest.
150  :.. :.-.-  Ini]    ived   land, linss
in 1 sh   Is * implete   ne ir Cl .* ei la!e;
. , ise   an I  * nder cultlvatl in, S15.003.    If yo'u
. sta de 8 c .-.i s and   can   handle   thi -.   I m'l    I* la* .   it's  u
:    Mission S   il   in dn;  terms can    c ai range I
'.-���-    near    al    1. ind:        ijo goo in       1       I sella,
��� ���   laj .  a   mt 100   , , mi :;:_, miles from river, near Scotl
I cedar, never  m   road, fl2 per acre; a real good buy.
ie''   for      :,;'    '' '      James  Inlet, three square miles, at
,!-������  16  x 21:   hen
ewe'. timbei   laid  in
A chance of a life
0 cash :. dan e al 6
$e.C0 per acre, half cash, balance easy.
med House, with
-in. pantry, scul-
'1 house ancl wood
attached ;    electric
ot and cold water.
lx'- ' ��� front, 280 ft. deep
i"less). All kinds of
- ���> walnut trees, all
mall fruit.   Price
whole   $5,500;
alf cash, bal. 7 per
I'rice of house and
with it, $4,000.
��� communication
ise.
'���.���in be bought sep-
: 50  ft. fr*ml. 280
'. $750 each; good
i'ruii trees: lane on
';-':   mm 3rd Ave. to 1th
Ave.
LOTS OF LOTS
all over the city for sale
from $50 to $3,000.
See us immediately. Tell
us where you want a lot
and we can supply.
40 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 $150, inside
lots $125. Only 1-1 cash,
bal. 6, 12 and 18 months;
or terms can be arranged
to suit purchaser. INDEFEASIBLE TITLE.
It's up to you to stop paying rent.
design ami obedient to the will of on
Intelligence.
One hundred and sixty acres \. W. 	
'.4   Sec.     15,  Township   11",  two  inile3 Fifty  Mllen I.. Market.
from  Fort   Langley,  ."i  acres slashed, It   is   not   an   uncommon   thing   In
No.  1 land.     Price, $10 per acre. One France to see a  farmer forty or fifty
third cash, balance on time, 7 percent. D)llea from home In wet weather with
| Interest. :l  '":"'     "   '"' M'''s !l  Prospect  of a
three davs' rain, ho puts bis tarpaulin
One   hundred   and   Sixty  acres,  N.W. over bis load,  a  cover over bis  horses
���i     Sec. 25,  Township  16,  2V4   miles and a  waterproof coal  on  and  starts
from      Abbotsford,    creek      running off to market.    Me may go fifty miles
through,  50  acres  alder bottom, said before he finds n market that suits him,
to   be   $600  worth  of  timber  on  the or he may know lu ndvance just where
property.    Price $10 per acre, 'j cash.
he is going.    Von do not ofteu see any-
ilance on time.
body driving fifty miles through a rain
storm In  tho United  states to And n
Ten acres In  Lot   163, one mile east   market for a load of hay. bui  it  is not
if Westminster Junction, Al soil, eas-   uncommon to see farmers' wngous for-
il)   cleare 1.    $30 per acre, ty or fifty miles from home in  France.
House, corner of Fifth avenue and
They choose the wet weather for that
rhelr mads are just as good
IGii ;,. .      on tin   Scotl roa I, 15 acn
en aces "..nd fruil  land in Surrey; Sixth street,  one  lot,  two  storeys,  8 ! P.   '  '
��nEnn  i   , ���      i then as at anv time,
can be bought   now  ror ?2a  per aero, rooms. $2,500, halt cash.	
one-quarter cash needed, balance      Boarding house, 20 rooms, on Six'h Tim Chinese.
In one or two years al T per cent. street,   one   block from    posl    office,      Conservative   historians   among   the
ISO acres   Maple Ridge, Sections 2S, rents at $30 per month, or for snle al Chinese claim   for Iheir  race an  an-
! .,.,'.,���'       ui.   ,,   ,,,,,i'ii'  '..ii t'^nn tiiiulty of at least 100,000 years, while
29 an.   32,   rownship '.'. one-nait  prai �� .^uu. , . ,-,,,
those    whose    estimates    are    a    little
rle, rest brush and some stint    tioes.      House,  eight  rooms, on Bi   George ���wlul��� ||SS),rt  |h;lt  ,|l(. clllnMe ���,,,,.
Prices: Section 32, $45 per acre; Sec street,   corner   Fourth,   $2,500;   easj t, 'Iglnnl luhnbltiints of tb irth
tion 29, $60 per acre; Section 2S, $55 terms, and thai Chluese history goes Lack at
per  acre.    Telephone   at    Hammond;       u n    fii)1        ,  ,    iin    ,,-���.,,., least  DOO.OOO.OOO years.    The  govern
Second Hand Goods of
all kinds bought and
sold for cash. All Mail
Orders promptly attended to. Kindly write or
call at
ALEX. SPECK'S
Sign Man on Wheel.
Columbia St. New Westminster.
Phone 275
Moreys
FOR
dea ed;   barn  50 j    0       tbles, etc,    telegraph   station,   Pltl   River  Bridge     . ^    g |n;   re.U3 ,.,. $]|)  pQr   ment rec
splendid soil; onl;   $30 pot   icre, fl.OOti   rerms, half cash, balance one and two      ^.^   0n,   $1|0Mi ���" '''''
i ash, bal in
rears al 7 per t ent.   Exclush e agenc
How  II '"IriH-li   l!rr.
'You seemed grently Improssed," said
OFFICE
STATIONERY
BLANK BOOKS
DAIRIES
House,    full    sized    lot,   on    Keary ,      ,    ., ,,     ,
menl  records ol ( lima place the foun-
d' th nplre nl 2500 I'.. C. and
claim that it was established by Told,
p,    j0[a    near   u''"-   ""'.v   assert,   is   tbe   Noah   men
Between   Fifth   ami   Sixth   avenues,       |louse  ani]  lot,   50  \   133,   hack  of j     nu"w "'' '"'      J ' tlonoi]  |D tbe book of Genesis,  It. C,
,, _ ,      , ,     a,      ,, .���,     Four 1)    avenue   aad    seven,li   street,     ',
  Seventh street, elghl  rooms, fill    ,,��,:,.   ���, lng Columbia   st.    Hent- 2240.
���' "' , ,,���, .   ' ,,,.:      .. .-,nri   $2.coo.    rerms can be arrangi l
modern, stable and chicken house, full   ror $24.00   per mouth.     Price  $1,-00,
,j,,.i   ��� ,-    two   storeys,  $1,000  cash,   |,aif    cas\ii  balance  In   >i^   months.      135 acres, one mile from  Hunting
$2,500. Vnii ctmnol possibly gol a higher per   don  B.C., 70 acres in grass, 15 acres ���w|t    ���     ,,������,,,,������ ���f | p.i|TQ rn nnnrn
ev, 5 acres cleared,   contagc  ro,   your money than ll  per  .trained and  fenced;  house and  ban, ^     brollgllt ���,0 , ,,��� .,���,,��� ������, TflNIO   IU  UilUtn,
*2.R00; good road nlong one side; Baptl8t bofo,.e the king on a salver."
r  price $50 per acre, hall cash, balance     ..v,.... g|g|lod Mrg, |,��� style; "I was
to stilt purchaser al 6 per cent    Rea- thinking how much bettor they train
son for selling, the owner's wife is in ,.,| gervnnts In those days    n,,w. mine. until March 1st, 1907.
..i,l health, and una to go to a cold when they bring me things, are forever      Plenty of Goods to select from, oi the
forgetting tho salver."-  Louisville Con-   Latest Patterns.
rier Journnl.
Double tenement  house, a rooms In 	
I, li  hottse, water, light, full  size lot,
160 ai res In Surr*
....   ., on mad side, $1,800, half cash.  cent,
balance on time al  6 per cent , bu -
.., ���    , sale d Umber,
Pari of lol 369, joins Lake Comniur.
tboul 70 acres, only $25 per acre.
Half cash,   Jum;
1G0 a r* i, Laugh   ��� '-''��� ��" ler cultlva
t'on-   h iu e,     irn     beds, etc, all   In
���epalr;   a   sua;,   al   $i,000.   had'
ill n. idem Improve
. in, corn.a- of  Foil  lh   :
Vgnes,   $5,000,   one   half       -���.:.' roomed    house , all    modeo
��� table home and   good   i    >��� micnoes, on Carnarvon str and
S xth street, two storeys, $3,7o0.
'���
I.,
57,000.
and two lots on First      Large lot and  two cottages on <'���
Queen's  park.    Price  lumbla street, Sapperton.   Both rente
BUN (.ALOW
In best residential portion of New Westminster,
cast end: close to car: 6
large rooms and large re-
I mate.
large rooms aim large ic
ception hall; modern inev
ery respeel: 2 full lots 132
x 132, all in lawn, laid out
with shrubs and  flowers;
(ennis court on one side.
Trice $2,750. Terms $600     Hvation, good water, halt  mile  from   jutig(
cash, bal. on mortgage.       school, at chtiiiwacic, $75 per aor?
i;i    acres   In    Pitt    Meadows,   only
MOREY'S
217-219 Columbia St.
SUITS 10 ORDER, . . . $0.00
. . 5.00
MARVELOUS    REDUCTION
Satisfaction guaranteed or, nvmey refunded.
THE UP-TO-DATE TAILOR
A sur.- Way.
between First and Second streei. |.'||,s| Author Oh. the unutterable
Fourth avenue, on north side. Price monotony of existence'. I am thor
$1,500.  half rash, balance In one year   Ollghly  disgusted   with   it   all.     Would    247 Front Street   -     New Westminster
at G per cen'. <��"<'  '"i��'��l ""^jf ^.^wS OPEN EVEN***.
nwhile.     Second    Author    1 ben    why
160 acres, all lenced, ready for ctti    ,!���,,,, Vllll Mlll|.,.v ��� ftttt,ou8 wotnan?-
al   $10 each.
"" ks,    fruit   lands,   near      Pull sized lol  on Regina str
n. $20 per acre 132. Lol  I". Sab   I l-"t "- Prl
Mouse and lol oil  Ague
,a;N   storeys,  seven   rooms;   a  real  snap nt
ce $150.    $2,500.
, Westminster Iron Works
cQUARRIE &  CO
Real Estate Brokers
d Union Fire Assurance Co. of London.
,:   ,,...,   tv    .Moa.iows. on,,      Maud-Why^8 "that Tfly over - .���
$36 per acre    One third rash, balance I          ft,wn��� ,��� ���������.,,    ��� sIm         m. j MACHINK A.NU _NUIN��
at i. per cent.                                       |ng for any one?    Bess���Yes. n bus- P*" WORK.
band.   Maud   I didn't know she'd lieeu :   ,������:..���.   ���.,,,���.������ ������h
married.     Bess   No,  but   she's  mourn- SHIP SMI I 1 W . BBU K. .and
tag for u husband all tbe same, STRUCTURAL IRON    WORK.
 .��� Ornamental   iron   svora,   including
^                               Of Co��r��e.                          j fences, dales, Klre hJscapos, etc.
^        tTofessor  (u   little  distracted) - I'm Mull orders nnd correspondence la-
Rind to see you.   How's your wife?        i 7lted.
         "I  regret it. professor,  bu1   I'm not ,nu|k|   DFin
married." JOMIN  KtlLI,
"Ah, yes.   Then of course your wife's i BEQB1K s.'rHtilil>
[ still 8lngle,"-Pllogende Blatter,            * New Wr;tmins'.cr.              v.i). \H,
Agents for Employers' Liability, an
I 11
b
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THE DAILY NEWS
THURSDAY,  ^
__<���-
AFTER STOCKTAKING
We have special inducements to offer in
CROCKERY   AND GLASSWARE
in order to make room for our spring  stock,   which  is  expected  soon.
The  market quotations  are sure  to advance on the following staple
lines, viz.:
FLOUR,   SUGAR   AND   FEEDS
Place your orders for these goods at once.
GEO.  ADAMS
Prop.
>��������
Public Supply Stores
Social and
Personal
Mutter intended for tin? column should
In- addressed, "Social Editor, Daily
News, P.O.Box -lii'J. New Westminster."
Dr. w. V. Davies returned to
Chii
liwack yesterday afternoon, after Bpen-  ���
ding three day*
business.
ihe city on privati
�������� ����������������������������������������������������
A     I
Household
Necessity II
���
���
j Mew Embroideries
Our New Spring Stock of SWISS and CAM.
BRIC EMBROIDERIES and INSERTIONS
~i^B
���
���
M.   I!.   Cherry  left   yesterday  after-
���
aw    noon   for   Nelson,   where  he   will   re-  *
..A Cheap Home..
A good House and three Lots
on Third Street for $1900.
main   for  some time, 4.
���
I.. .1.   Cary,  of   Vancouver,   passed j
through ihe city yesterdaj on his way '���
10 Harrison.
N.  Meyschein, of  Toronto, who  i: "I ?
heen visiting the Pacific const for the ���
pasl three months, lefi on yesterda;,'- ���_
eastbound  train for his home. ��
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^        I .1. Lynch returned .\eMorday froin
_   _   .4~*^^m~m   ���������sr_ ���   :iu   extended   business   trip   through-
       /_.F^H_r 1 :|   I f_i"_ I  ' "; ,,:'' Pr��vince nnl Southern Alber *
tn.     .Mr.   Lynch   reports   business as J
Nice 2-storey House, corner lot                        l,eblg '"omlng ,,:i alons the li"';'''""' t
 "���' * ��� 2                                b  more than satisfied with the result +
1 of his trip. J
ANOTHER
Nice 2-stor
on Queen's Ave.   Only $1600,
Malins, Coulthard & Co. Ltd
Real Estate, Financial and Insurance Agents,
Columbia St.,        Warn
The Musical club nnd yesterday afternoon at the residence of .Miss Eth
e'   i|oiu- r.      The     uu mb* ' -     pi
(,.';.' Miss  Brymner,  Miss Dough...tJ    ^
Mrs Diamond, Miss Pn ��� se, Miss Alma   ���
Leamy,  Mrs  Watson, Miss  Peele nnl  ��
Miss   Lewis.   Mrs.   Watson.   Mrs   Hia
New Westminster B. C ,���,���,| and Miss Lewi.- sang, ���.  pi-  .
_   ano solos  were given  by Miss Freese ; $
An adhesive, porous
wall-finish for interior   J
work in every ���
description of building   |
  ���
���
Put up in twenty-three   X
tints and white        ���
���
 ���
���
t
  =]
Ready for use when     ���
mixed with water       *
Now   On    Display
I
! MURALO
ls,n' ��� Anv person can apply it ���
i.!-:.',    J ' ���
'Phone   105.
'Phone   105.
and  Miss Peele.
THE    CELEBRATED
Mis.-  Nora Armstrong is the guest   J
i anderson \
Sand lusby
We were fortunate enough to
have these goods come by express
this week, otherwise they might
not have been here for months.
ALL-OVER EMBROIDERIES are to he largely used this
season. In these we are showing new patterns on tine Swiss
Muslin and Nainsook.
A SPECIAL FEATURE o
the Embroidery Department thi
season is the showing of
Embroidered   Waist   Lengths   and   Costumes
Mercerized Mull. n '"K
Waist Lengths $1.50 to $3 each
Costume Lengths $11 to $20
W. S. COLLISTER & ca
247 Columbia Street, New Westminster
j of Mrs. Beatty during the absence in   ���
New Wellington Coal
Mayers & Preston
SUCCESSORS TO
J. W. Creighton
OFFICE: FRONT STREET, FOOT OF SIXTH, NEW WESTMINSTER
P. O. Bo*   345
California   ol'   Sheriff   and   Mist rong.
Arm-
������������������������������������������������������������������������������
DICK'S
The Duodeceni Club nut last evening at the residence of Miss .Muriel
Shildrick. These young ladies intend
having a bazaar in the near future.
Miss Effle Warwick, of Queen's av
enue,  entertained  a   party of friends   Wh
at   her   resilience   last   evening.      After a social  time the party luljourne 1
shortly alter midnight.
____ ___?    OLD  COUNTRY  WATER.
PROOF   LOGGER   BOOTS
HENS  LAY
'Phone   105.
'Phone  10d.
DETROIT RIVER  TUNNEL.
Contract  Let for  Its Completion Two
Years Hence.
Windsor, Ont.. Feb. 27.���-June 1st,
I:'"!*, is the dale for the completion
o'. the tunnel beneath iho Detroit riv-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ j ei. ���
" ! : ;!;l'   ;"   receive $1,000   pel     lay   foi-   eV-
'&V.VW&aZ���f>:*:a&y;^ day the tunnel is in    peration be-
jj    ^y a Hi     e tini��� !imi!  exPires.   On  the
1 Qui drfn's Aprons lfe=-~=?
*      - ___________________________^
>��?    o o o o o o o o o o o n o o o o o o <> o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o    i��<
I I
3
a
fi
ile Eggs are High
BY USING
STURTEVANT'S
Egg    FOOd    and
Poultry Cure
SOLD A T
T.A.Muir&Co's
DRUG STORE
JUST TO HAND.     EVERY PAIR WARRANTED
WATERPROOF.   SEE THEM.
Clearing-out Sale of Odd Lines at giving away prices,
See our Window and Door.
OLD COUNTRY SHOE STORE
J. STEWART
Splendid assortment in
sizes 1 to 12 years.
(J     o oooo  o o  o  oooo O  O   O O o o o  o o O  O O O  O  0 0 O  O O  0 0  0
*
V
I
The White House
I A. J. BIRTCH,   -
5>' not   con,, leted    after June  1st,   '. ��� 11,
A It is expected that th" Brst portion of
�� the tu ���   will  be laid    .   Ma)   1st, ...ts
:���! '' :'r-
Ellard Block,
Neu   Westminster
HOSTILE CROWD ;
SCARES OFFICIAL
COLUMBIA ST.  %
___________ !���!
y:'!*':*"*:*:'*:*:*.'^ 't>
Electric Railway Service
Inter-urban   Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half-
hour from 5:50 a. m. to 11 p.
m. excepting at 7:30 and S:30
a. m. Half hourly ears will
run from Central Park to
Vancouver only.
City  Limits Line���Service from
6.19 a m; to n p.m.
20 Minute Service���.\o transfer.
Between 12 and 2 and fi and V.
30 Minute Service during remainder of day. Transfer at
Leopold Place.
Sunday Service half-hourly between 8 a.m. and ll p.m.
Sapperton Line.
15 Minute Service from 6.25 a.
in. to 11 p.m., except between
12 and :', and 5 and 7, during
which hours the service will be
half-hourly.
Sunday Service   half-Hourly Between 8.30 a.m. and 11 p.m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., LtJ
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A,
I
WE wish to emphasize
i.s this -Money can seldom be put to work in
such Good Real Estate
as that which we are
at present offering.
See  us and get our
| timely   tips    on    some
good bargains.
HERE IS ONE
Modern, 7-roomed House
on Third Street, below Third
Avenue. Grates, electric light
and sewerage. Price $2,500.
Good terms.
Hockey     Referee     at    Prince     Albert
Threatened   With  Violence.
He   Escapes.
Prince Albert, Sask., Feb. 27.��� i ue
x, mb. Battlefoi I hockej team were
at Prince Albert lasl night, playing
in the North Sasketchewan Hockey
League series, After a fast an I ex-
i- ting game they retu n* ��Ith I he
-- alps of the home team in their belts.
North Hat. lefor 1 In 1 h* el ter combination, in : tct, betti r work was n
ver before seen In the t Ink here, but
the home defence . ������ y  strong, '
Th*  final score was 3 to 5 in favor of
made  the ciov. i  so  hostile th '-'
���     mad I be crowd so hostile i hal
h*   u il   poll* i   protect ion   before  leaving   the   Ice,   and   since   reaching his
Ing room he has not been seen.
THE FAMOUS
Rapid, Easy Grinders
_^ ���.-'-! ~Y- _    .
Three sizes,���8,10 and
12-inch plates. Also
bagging attachments
for same.
A full line of Pulpers, Slicers,
Hay and Ensilage Cutters.
T. J. TRAPP & CO.
Limited
me  radical  difference between   the
hand ol man and of the IDOlikej lies iu
th,' thumb, in ti,.' human hand the
thumb has the "opposing power.'
which means ihai ibe thumb * nn be
made io touch Ihe tip of ea.-li or any
of the other fingers ou the same baud
Tho monkey's thumb ls*nouopposnble.
���Pittsburg Dispatch,
Water Frontage
On the North Arm of the Fraser River
i
Simplified  Spelling. ,
Speaking  of   phonetic  spelling,   we
certainly need it, from this story:
Little Willie came home from school I
one afternoon crying, and on being asked by his mother the cause he told bis
mother that he had missed a word In
spelling and had been whipped by his
teacher,
On being asked whal the word wns
und  how  he spelled  il   Willie (old her!
the word  was pneumonia and that hel
hud spelled it n-e-u-ni-o-ni-n.
Tbe next day Willie come home cry
Ing even harder than the day before.
His mother, asking tbe cause, was
informed that Willie had missed aii
other word in spelling and had bee:i
whipped again for his mistake,
lie told his mother that the word he
missed was neuralgia m il that he spell
ed il p-u-e-u r a I g | o    ,/u Ige's Libra-
South half of Lot 2, Suburban Block 9, this citj
having a frontage of 375 feet, and extending bac
000 feet; partly improved. Millsites have been sold
on both sides of this property, and this is practically
the only available piece of water frontage in the
city. The G. N. Railway survey passes through this
property, and with good shipping facilities both by
rail and water, this is one of the best millsites in the
province.
Price  $9000.
Dominion Trust Company
LIMITED
THOS. R. PEARSON, Mgr.

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