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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
VObl'MK
i. N
IWIBER 207-
LIFE
A8SURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
2S0 Columbia SL   Phone 85.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C, WEDNESDAY
READY 10 BEGIN
Ignature of Contract Will
[gee Columbia Street Torn
L- Pipe Arrives.
DOMESTIC SCIENCE
IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS
MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1909.
FIVE CENTS r',_eV
Deputation   From   Local     Council
Women  Seeks to  Interest Trus-
tees���Finances  Obstacl..
of
GOVERNOR-GENERAL
GUEST OF CITIZENS
_y
fY.
Paving
work
Company Is
ou Columbia
fc*1
h, HMMO
* Tnd'X1 engineer of the com
d  m   Lowry, who  was in  th<-
vesterday arranging a number of
the signature  ol    the
the commence-
once,
���ten
Vet-in*'"1
work
saya
Will
The deputation from the local
Council of Women which waited on
the school trustees at a special meeting yesterday afternoon consisted ot
Mrs. Forrester, Mrs. Levar and Mis
Patchell. 'Iheir object was to interest the trustees in the promotion ol
domestic science classes, parlcularly
teaching    cookery   and     kindred  sub-
Their Excellencies Visit Today in Westminster���Civic
Address Prepared.
WHO REACHED
NORTH POEE EIRST?
Debate is Already Growing
Stormy Over Rival Claims
of Cook and Peary.
S.-ttled
the City  council
i  wiui the city
und
lust
soli-
num-
al
Details
, salted mi
viing. WS
, w Q  MacQuarrie, and a
of details arising In the contract
t anally settled, the completion
_. agreemeni being left io tn.
jor and cit) clerk lu sign, as soon
(.nam clauses bave been r, draft-
���i ,,, dty will be entitled to
itoid-5 per cunt, ol the amount |c; '"" :'"';ii ";' "-": ! '
H. contracl In the cases oi tbe
lest sidewalks and sewers, and 35
n_, (or the paving, this Includ-
tbe 10 pei run. withheld for tlie
'."*,;. g iaran ee, and the balance
jeets, in connection  witn  tlie curricu-1
lmn of  the  schools.      Tne,  also  pro- j
posed to have u demonstrator at the
provlnc'al exhiblth.ii.
The trustees gave a sympatic tic I
reply, but stated there were uo funds
Iappropriated for the -work this year.
I'ihey hoped lo see the Inauguration
jof such subjects- The matter Wlll
| be   lurtht-r   considered   at   a  meeting
Arrangements    are    completed   for      St.    John's.   N.  I v..
IIYYIII^I'nZl^. \'T Ilii ~hi" ��-^h >��"
and Lady Grey, together with their !Ind,an harbor, Labrador, today for
party, m New Westminster this !,,le s��uth. She will touch at Battle
morning. The loyal reception ac- harbor, which port she probably will
corded  when  their excellencies  were oot reach before tomorrow
�����i ihe city to open the Dominion ex-, 	
hl'blUon a few year, ago will be re-     Washington, D.C, Sept. 7���Through
���   'B  the  wish  that (Berber!   L.   Brldgmaa,   secretary   of
should   be   as   the   Arctic   club,   formal   notlflcatlcu
months after completion of
]w_. I" case uf ''''" f��r wages,
Ic. il ������ aterlal.
Labor Plentiful,
, lowry says  there    wil]   be  no
Iiii. about  the  mm,  as   labor  Is
jr available,     Some of the sewer
two car loads, arrived yesterday
Officer Walter Bourke will be
quietly married ln Vancouver today
to Mrs. Hill. They wlll reside ln
tins city    alter a short honeymoon.
the   proceedings   today
informal   as   possible,   and   fior   that
reason there will be no pu.lic luncheon.
Reception   at   City   Hall.
Th.-   car   bringing   over   the   party
will  take  the old rout,-  from  Vancouver by way of Queen's park, and the
of Commander Peary's achievement In
reaching the North Pol- was made to
the government today. Brldgman sent
a dispatch to the secretary of tlie
navy, in which he says;
"Commander     Peary       telegraphed
REMAINS INTtHMO
WITH MILITARY HONORS
Comrades  in  Arms  of  A  and   B  Companies, D.  C.  O.  R., Take  Part  in
Funeral  of Walter  Huntley.
ANOTHER irttTOR
AT COQUITLAM LAKE
Municipality Desires Arrangement For Water Service Through City Intake.
way of Queens park, and the from Indian harbor as follows 'The
Governor-General will arrive at tne North Pi.l,- was reacned on April G
cty uall about 11 o'clock. Here the tjv Peary Arctic club expedition unci vie  address  will  be  read  by  Mayor der mv command.' "
vi    v       lordship   wil]   ^eply. I Particulars  Awaited.
New  York,    Sept.   7.���While    Com-
The wedding lakes place this evening of Miss K. M- Bam,in to E. U.
Lennie, both ol ihi- city, ai olivet
Baptist church, Jioth the contracting
I paries are well known, and Hi. bapp.
event will be largely attended, lt v.
Aerial Is being brought in ready fur  Robert  Lennie,    the    father of    tie
Thirty minutes will be allowed for
this brief function and the introduction of distinguished guests, and then
the whole party will board the Sena
toi .ivseii for a visit io the mammoth
null of the Praser River Sawmills.
Ltd, Some big logs will be cut to
show ihe vice-regal party exactly now
the slgantlc saws work. A. _. McRae, president and general manager
ol the company and other officials
will     .-     received.      After    a  brief
maiid'T Peary on board his Arctic exploration steamer Roosevelt, is on his
way from Indian harbor, Labrador, to
Chateau bay in th- Straits of Belle
Isle, the world nivalis anxiously details of his successful trip to the
pole, of which he gave Information
in brief, bui stirring messag-s, yesterday  from  Indian  harbor.
The remains of the late Sergt. Walter Hunti.y of B Company u. c. u.
R, was laid io r-si yesterday afternoon  with  military honors. The city council dealt with a large
The casket draped With the Union number of matters last evening. The
Jack, with the sldearms and helmet Coquitlam municipality Submitted
of tbt; decased on lop, was borne to through their solicitors an application
the hearse and lowered ini.. the grave for the enlargement of the city., tally brother sergeants of the two com- take at Coquitlam lake (or purposes
panies,  Color-Sergts T.  Kelly and  W. of the municipal water supply.
tlAJ'IAY^'Ir^  ""'''I Centralizing   Buildings.
c. .Vs _ _ '     '        A ��� party     A brle* dUoasslon took A on tho
men of th   rank ._._"__   .   , %"%? de����rablllty of proceeding immediate
men of the rank and fle led th. pro- ,y witll thf. inc.in,ral01. and new ,iiL
gr��2ft wwvs s___th wai.
su _a as?.,: p. s��sss ���-'- ���*�� �������
cession   marched   tbe   Officers   of   tn? ;    t-V      ',. ,
two companies. ,  The Yny   engineer   was   itistructed
Tho .-.'ii,-. ,,- u,���w, im_,.r i . ������, ;t0 look ovfer suitable sites, and reel,, ��� ., At- i A , d ,ln U'e ^rl l0 * futu��� meeting. Mayor
Church of bngland cemetery, Rev   A.   Keary said the  presence of a jail Jn
1..  e 5?*f^|the  West  End  would  be a great de-
Shlldrlck officiating
was lowered the clear notes of tne
Last Post, blown by the bugler sergeant, sounded, and three volleys
were fired over the grave by the bring pany.
Running   from   the   ceremony,   the of the municipality of Coquitlam
drums  were uninulflcd, and tiie pany; tlie   residents Of   Port   Moody,   to
iterrent to   the   social  evil.
Intake  at   Dam.
Corbould  and  Grant   wrote:       "We
have been Instructed by>the council
md
re-
| comuifucciin in of operations.
larrangemeni bas at length been
feed upon by  .lanes  Cunningham
lurntro: lh   fi n lilse ot the West.
pier Gas Company, and   the  city
kinv I.. laying hla pipes on Co-
fcv itreet I bey will be placed
|f��! from tbe Btreel line , aud one
I lrom thi   nine of the  sidewalk.
iduii.y t)ie eld pipe will   be  abau-
Jl'ben the street is up, the city will
|     th   old box culvert  ou  the
let between the  Holmes  property
the market with a vitrified  pipe
(ver, at a cost Of $751). This serves
jl vI ii    shortly  to  bo
up when the  Holmes ,block is
groom, will officiate, assisted by Rev.
A. N. Baker. The bridesmaids will
b>- .Miss Alvey Anderson, Mis,- May
Battson and Miss Banton, a s Bter oi
the bride. Miss Bradshaw will be
flower girl, and Theodore H. L nine,
brother ol the groom, accompani e his
brother,
marched bac kto the armory at quick quest   you   to   grant   an   appointment
time   to  a  lively   march   tuie,   a  pro- [ for   the   purpose  of    requesting   your
iceedlng  always   followed  in  military council  to  grant   tlie council  of  tlie
covered municipality  of    Coquitlam    and  the
, ndiiin     harbor     where     Commander j with  many handsome floral gifts, the residents  of   Port  Moody   permission
wllljPeary con  reach a telegraph  line  by   respect of comrade, of  the deceased to enlarge the intake pipe of the city
whicli  to  tell  the  world  the story of j,_ei'�����,   shown  by   the   large   wreathes of  New  Westminster above  the  dam
��_m_   always   followed  in
Chateau bay is the nearest point to funerals,       Tlie   casket  was
STEEL PLANT STRIHE
lii SAW TU BE OVEK
Ends Life In  Prison,
fw '!:., Sept,  7.���John  F. Hay-
,vto shot Geo    W.  Sum. rvllle,
Ijei : 8leepy Eye recently, com-
(lleil ma.   in  In.   cell   last night,
Vi{himself with a rope made
pl -    - "i   cloth   torn   lrom   the
Mail ���
|. ��a.<  roughi here for safe keep-
l threats ol lynching were heard
[Sle.'i Eye, i illowlng the shooting.
I. clan?   todaj    announce  the  re-
rer-v Of S 11     as   very   proba-
Manager  Receives Demands From Employes and  Virtually Grants  All
of Them.
m .UN-MR
WEBSTER CASE
(attendants   of    Pioneer    Settlor
NtA Zealand Provide Work For
Distinguished   Statesmen.
of
l
l-jI'Minal,     Sepl     7.���Sir     Joseph
�����, Premier ol New Zealand, and
���"Shi Hon  James Bryce, British
,/" ��� Washington    were  in
i '""     In ;:., Windsor Hotel   h re
"'��� lm,"iinr. both having  arrived  In
'-������ in the day. the tormer
| i  l'or'
Pittsburg, Sept. 7.���A settlement
was reach,-,1 yesterday between officials of the Pressed Steel Car Company and the represtntaUveg of the
3600 employees of  the  concern,  who
have   been   on   Strike   for  elghi   we  lv.
according to reliable Information, lt
is said that mutual concessions have
bv n made. Lat,- Unlay General
Manager Ri'"er. of the company, iv-
cciv'd the n>"-i's demands Mid virtually granted  all Ol  them.
The 600 workmen who were ihe
lirst to strike and were discharged
wil' n e taken back. This is the
fifty-second day of the strike. As
a result of rioting, nine strikers and
slate troopers have met death, several
persons have been injured, and it is
estimated tbat the trouble has caused
a loss of over a million dollars.
motor      to      Westminster    Junction,
win-re their private cars will he in I __,Ja daB__ t0 the pole. The Roosevelt
waiting tc catch the eastbouud train, was due at Chateau bay this mornlug,
Details were finally arranged at a barring accident or delay, and whm
meeting of the citizens held at the Commander Peary reaches there he
city hall yesterday morning. Thei�� probably will send confirmation of
will be no Boys' Brigade or ot.,er(hj, message, glviaag the results of his
guard of honor. However, a number trip and telling, for the first time,
of citizens will be presented, as the bow Se achieved the goal thai has
visit of    a    governor-general  in  this   uev.n |,jS ambition for so many years.
Only
city is a rare occasion ow.ng to the
greai distance from the seat of government at Ottawa.
The  Civic  Address.
The address to be presented to his
lordship is a  beautiful  piece of work
.ud has been executed by II. Steward-
son,  of  the city  engineering  depart-
iiuui.     It 'i. enclosed in a white satin j
Case,  tied  With  blue  and  niaroun  rib- , Partially   Charred
bona.      The address itself it, a  be.i',��-
titul   example   of   draftsmanship,   and
Is  supported   by   two   Corinthian  columns,   with   voluted   sliafis.      In   the
tympanum is sn excellent deplctment
of the Cil    *.oat of arms, while on the|Pil     '���'
frieze the name of the city will be set
out  in  large type.
The address  wlll  be  signed  by  the,of    the
mayor  and   city  clem,  and  th.  cor- was   beyond   recotiait,
poratlon  s'-al attached thereto at theldict   ot
loot.
The  council   chambers,   where
Wireless
Indian harbor is connected with the
rest  of  the  world  (Ally  by    wireless
telegraph and a  full  story of the trip
(Continued  on  Page  Three).
MURDER AT  HARRISON  LAKE.
Body   Found   Near
Camp.
A murder at Twenty-two Mile Post.
Harrison Lake, is eiigagug the attention of the provincial police at the
time. The body ot a man,
partially burned, was discovered lying across a camp fire, with the top
kull    fractured.      The
and   a  ver-
wilful   murder   has   been   returned  against  the  guilt.,   parties,  of
tbe whom  yet  nothing is  known.      One
sent by the A and B Comp_uie_ ot the proposed to be erected by the Vancouver Power Company so that a record
of 1000 inches of water from Coquitlam lake which our clients have applied for could be brought through
the dam by the intake pipe of tlie
city so enlarged.
"We would he greatly obliged if you
could meet a delegation from the
council of Coquitlam and the residents of Port Moody on Monday night
next at your regu'tr meeting to discontinued   on   Page  .'our).
regiment, the non-commissioned officers of the regiment, and the Sixtu
Regiment Bugle bauid. Other wreatnes
wi re sent by Mrs. U. Munday and
Burnaby friends. Sprays were sent
by Li'-ut. aud Mrs. .anion aud by Mr.
and Mrs. Sprott.
STRANGE AlKSHiP
PAS.E. OVtR QUEBEC
INJURED BY DYNAMITE.
People of Ancient Capital Saw Lights  Kalian   Laborer  Meets With  Accident
in Construction Camp.
An Italian  laborer employed in the
Which  Have Been Mystifying
People of  Eastern Townships.
OLD-AGE   PENSIONS
ARE
APPROVED
Bombay, India, Sept. 7.���The gov-
eminent of India lms decided, with
Lord Morley's approval, to establish
a general provident mud, which is to
be open to all government Bervante
in superior sei'vic . ai.nl in most cases
subscription to which will be compulsory. The fund wiii not be open to
European members ol the Indian civil
nothing service,
neetlng .s A subscription or mn less than o
i-l ami not more than 12 1-2 per cenl
oi his salary will be deducted trom
the subs,'iibcr's pay each month, and
the whole of the Bum which so ac-
reception will take place, have been
lustfully dcorated by Edward Hoult,
In,, janitor. Flags are displayed at
convenient Intervals, and the dett-n
window sills have been tilled wi;1-
plant* '1 be approach from Columbia street has been carpeted, and the
bare     iiiuu arance     of     the   chamiher
is conduct- tlgatlons make them confident of dis
whi re the city's business
ed lias been much relieved.
Quebec, Sept. 7.���The mysterious
airship reported from the Eastern
townships is supposed to have passed
face 'over yuebc-c going nonh, anu hundreds ol citizens claim having seen
it. It was about 8 o cIock Saturday
night when passengers oi Levis terry
noat noticed i\\o strange l.guis moving siowly in the SK>' auu trie idea oi
an airship came immediately to tne
mind   ot   all.
The fact was reported to Levis college  wherg  priesis  tolioweu  mysterious lights witn most poweriui  teles-
parly.       No  one   has   been     work-Ug Icopes Of  their observatory.      Accord-
there for some tune, but police inves-jing to what ihey claim tu have seen,
the   mystcr.ous   lignts   werc   at   eacn
arm had beisi broken. .Near him was
a loaf of bread wrapped in a paper
dated August 1, which fixes a date
since which the occurrence happened.
There was a shingle boll camp close
iby  and  he probably  belonged  to this
camp of Piamer Bros, and Heming,
who are contractors for a section of
the B. C. _. R. extension line near
Chilliwack. was brought into town
on the steamer Beaver last evening
Buffering from injuries to one arm
and one hand, due to the premature
explosion of a blast. He was taken
to the Royal Columbian hospital
where he is undergoing treatment. It
i�� hoped that his ujuries may not
necessitate  amputation.
OTTOMAN EMPIRE TU
BORROW $30,800,000
UNEMPLOYED ATTACK
GLASGOW TOWN HALL
covering
the murderer.
HtLO THEM BACK
WITH A SHOTGUN
end of a cigar-snaped aircraft, at tue
back ot which a nag ��_��� na.,g.u_-
The direction followed ws nortnward,
crossing over the upper e.,u o, Orleans island. Its passage iu .ighi of
Quebec and Levis lasteu about min..
minutes.
Turkish Government Invites Bids Under Authority of New Financial
Law.
Enraged at Cessation of Relief Works   Young   Farmer   Dared   Hydro-Electric
Gang  to  Erect  a  Tower  on  His
COQUITLAM   DAM
K mill ilie latter trom
1��;". d'             l-ney fraaaij  admit
T' ������-���������   i" iv ,   nad   '
. lo wltl, ihelr
|t| the bUbject  Ol negol-
f  '   Webster claim.
  time oi the
| | "ill,|    |,���iK    p,,SS   8-
_ on whicu  ,,  man cumulates to his credll win in
P'1''1  Wi   Bter,   who   I
Great  Crowd   Storms  the
Doors.
Glasgow, Sept, 7.���After UBtening to
Inflammatory harangues, about 500
unemployed attempted to rush the
Qlasgo.  council ball, where the cor-
Property.
.a, |
a
 n
em
p- Hi
..,, ���������'    ""���
iaYAI.
i"
New
lllli.I a
In    Ilie
suing
government     tor
e iiii.m    The fact
"""i   State8  government
11."!' ""��� matter on Iwhalf ol
''   '���''<""   Has   brought   the
* within purview ol the British
".'iwY"':'x7 Zealacd P"**
ward  Baya  the  claim
.500,000,
over to
ling   Hi,
pound  later, si
edit
hlm unccndltlonallj
service, togeth r with corn-
it  im- rate ol   1  l"'1'
h Hided | poratlon  was sitting
,,n quii- [protest   againsl     the
'Oat the
_}.
rehater,
Batu
I li'llllv,.
fl'M'SI,;,,
of
San
-Reports
C i "f ;��� <;("��'- tel) of the
VI es,, .��� . l'��Ul lak* da* Sat-
F��-MW,     -K '" ailm��Ko along the
\*IllAr^f**nm^��e-
:'��il  .750,000.
Dream of Death  Proves True.
Eugene, ore, Sept- 7���An apparently remarkable revelation through
a dream was brought iii light hen
yesterday in a utter to the chlel
police from Mrs. Kininieis. of
Kranclsco, who asked information
concerning her brother. C. W. .less.e.
aMi-s. Kimmeis stated that on Friday
last she dreamed her brother was
dead or seriously injured. As a matter of fact Jessie was killed ihe day
before in a cavein lu a brickyard. H_
was a i .cent arrival here and ncoe ol
his relatives were known until Mrs.
Kimuiers'  letter  was  received.
a  the  time, to
resignation  of
members ol    the   distress committee I
and in,- stoppage oi relief works, ,
As a precautionary measure tne
front entrances to the ou.iaing were threatening that if the Hydro-Electric
closed inn a number of the mob slie-imeI1 cailUj on llis illDt, ll(. WOuid blow
' in gaining an entrance tnrougn ,them fuU of holes
"You have no rights here, and 1 am
S. Catharines, Sept. 7.���Ther will
b�� bloodshed yet 11 tlle Hydi-O-Klecti'ic
construction gangs who are working
in the district do not watch om. Some
trouble is reported from Gainsboro
township. On Saturday Theron Pel-
ker, a son ol a well known trull farmer,  sioo,i   wiih    a    shotgun   ready,
Washington, Sept. 7.���The imperial
Ottonian embassy in Washington to-
\lay  announced  officially   thai   on   the
  strengi'a of Article .ti of the financial
Meeting Called For law for the current fiscal year, the
imperial Ottoman ministry of finance
has decided to contract a loan ol
5,000,000 Turkish pounds (approximately $I10,_(.IO,000), tlle rate Ol interest being 1 per cent, and the rate of
amortization l per cent.
Hids for the bonds have been invited.
tne   basement,
deeded
an  Offlce     in
were met, however, by a , v.v
of clerks,
porter Sues Rival Journal
For Injuring His Reputation
characterized by tlle Herald as a fake,
'Ureal
Sept,
Beresford New the reporter who wrote tlu',.lnu.',.
visit    to vlw- ���'ont��  ��a'sst,���    of tbe.     tsnnn
,���?     fc s,ilff-  '��   Biilng  the  Herald  tor 15,000
n<"    f<,r damages tor injury to bis prolessloMJ
ii,,'  ���,i, - -It   Is    posslbl
I- '  m'ra' u,r" Charles B
i""'- as "'e YA "I���  in    the ropVution; "and^enorally    lmpunging
I"* *uh  l.��,r    i ,',U. J"6ge. ,n" Ws and the witness's veracity.
lllli"Vli in ii,   Y ?ere8f��rd    which tn entertaining the   action.   ��teps
. '". ��M      ,"a^r,^ h��^ h.e,   l-uleJfto   call Lord Betes-
2u',,>s wl'i'U' ffl1? .y U"'d tord. his secretary, the Hon  I>��dio
Do 'Mervlew.   tMl,!ilha��_ K'via out carleton,   and   other   prominent  men
This ])|0Co ot
news was  as  witnesses.
1 ney
irmy
wbo had been hastily summoned i rom    eacn    department, and,
alter a  scrimmage,  in  Which mo one
seriously    Injured,  the  invaders
expelled,
was
were
A   great   c
rowd  of   spectators   was
ati
racted to the vicinity, not the
lea.t
standing on mime," said Felker, "so if
you come on you'll do It at your own
risk."
The workmen were prepared to put
up a tower, but they decided not to,
and went away.
At Levi Shaw's farm, a short distance away, the  Hydro workmen for-
Interested being a band ot Am-ncan i     ly enU,,,ed the Shaw pr0perty, and
tourlBB.      A srtug loree Of police "���' ,fter thnlstlng Farmer Shaw and his
rived and dispersed the rl��,'"-,.,,.,.. I men rudely aside, they went to work
The distress  committee  is   wiinou-1 put up R tower      BJ_a_. ^ ,ald
funds, aud as appeals ^tae^govern-^ complaint   charging the foremiin of
the gang and tlie agent of the Hydro
Another   Public
Friday.
The public meeting called to discuss tlie recent developments in nit;
Coquitlam dam proposal will be held
on Friday ;n the council chambers.
A decision Will prouanly be given ai
Victoria i,y the provincial extcutive
on Thursday at ihe resumed bearing.
The correspond nee between the laj-
minion govrnment and the Vancouver
Power Company, us requ .sua oy th,
petitioners for the mei ting cannot be
presented to the meeuug but copies of correspondence with ths governmenl and company w.i, be available,
Druggists Aim at Reform.
Louisville,  Sept.  7.���im-    all-night
drug store, the cut-rate ding Btore and
Peace Again in Mississippi.
Clinks,Ial,-, Miss., Sepl, 7.���Following the killing of Policeman Walter
Marshall Saturday night, the lynching
oi the brother ol Nathan McDcnald,
the ai".," held responsible tor Marshall'! death and the Wiling, through
accident, of another negro, normal
conditions have been restored in
Clarksdale. The removal of McDonald and other, alleged to have been
Implicated lu the killing ot Marshall
the suggestive post card will be done to prisons in other parts of ths state
away with U tlie -National Association ,ind Arkansas has betsi satisfactorily
of Druggists, in couV'Sition here, can effected.     The fact of the second ne-
effect it.      The post card  war is be- gro mm_g became known last night,
ing   conducted   by   Mrs.   Nellie   * lor- during the chaos   of    the ohase for
ence Lee, of Chicago, president of the Nathim  McDonald,  the  second  negi-
women's auxiliary. was wounded by a stray bullet.
ment for financial aid were, not.successful eleven members decided to re
sign       Th   lord   provost   delayed  for ^^    ^    ^   ^
a week th acceptance of the resigna , g   uh ,���     eUhe
The   committee    assert   Ulai
still out of  work in
are
tions.
60,000  men
Glasgow.
Miss  Stewart Now Princess.
Vienna, Sept. 7.-The Emperor has
created Miss Anita Stewart a pr"��-
c_s_ in her own name, thus removing
^/difficulty of etiquette wh ch
leht have resulted at the exclusive
,!' court    following    her  mar-
prince Miguel  bas just ibeen
in
iiage
he
hlm  tor
bride-to-be.
Power Co., who was present, with assault, and the case will be tried at
r  today  or Wednesday.     Much fun is promised.
COURAGEOUS  MOTORMAN
SAVES AGED COUPLE
Spokane, Sept. 7.���Two aged persons owe their Uvea to the heroic
work of B. F. Knapp, a local motor-
man. Mrs. Mary Holllster, 76 years
old, and  J.  M.  Page,    84  years
Kingston, Sept. 7.���A somewhat re- Further  developments
markable  and   very   funny    Incident with interest.
occurred  at  Barrlsfleld  cia  Thursday      ~ " ""
night last. As the story goes, a village resident, a widow of about .ixty
summers, was wooed and wed by a
man not a Barrlefield citizen, of about
the same ripe age.
Two of the "brides" sons upon
hearing of the "romance" proceeded,
accompanied by a son-in-law,    to the
,,,i,.r  .���.���..,,    .-         . old. j residence  of   the  n.wly-married   cou-
' . to visit the emperor and to thank ,were carried from their rooms In the I pie   and    after    giving    the    happy
ri  tor   the  honor  conferred  on  his! burning   Keany   sanitarium   Saturday igroom a  sound  thrashing  drove  him
He now has returned to, night Iby Knapp, after hope of rescu-' t0   the  G.T.P.   station,    where    they
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Irate Stepchildren
Fire Their New Father
are    awaited
..otiaud with nearly forty guests.      'lng them had been given up.
shipped him on an east bound train-
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO  RENT.
LOST.
FOUND, REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
If a rra-
had gel- dollar, to sell a   Bfty certs and did not let Ma '.'���'. k_M any.h.rg about it. he ��ou!d not Ml ary.      You  mart 'ell the people what you have te HI, why they ,hou d    pu .ha,e   froir
thing of ths value ycu offer trerr   n return for their money.      Tc:  many ef us have get ths habit of thi-.k,ng that because we have been a log time  in  bttdlMM everyone mus< of  n cessity   know   ill   _
eenmn.      Use  the   advertising  columns of The  Daily Nev._  and ne.; abreas:  c' the  timet.
.-' -   in
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���die.
and our
WANTED.
ROOMS TO  RENT.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
a-V-"�����-,���*-**_*
WANTEC���A   JfUBSB   OIRL      AP-
plv  Mrs. Dr.  Jone-,  Russeli  Hotel
WIS.
WANTBD���HOO-BKBEP-E, APPLY
Arthur Bradl^)"   C:-.y P. O.
WANTED���FOUR OR FIVE BOOM
cottage hu_**��ed, nesi L^rd Kelvin    school.     Apply    7.4 Princes
St.-'"-'.
TeT - UABOE    FRONT    BED-  R-  T.   PRINCE-AUDITOR  AND  AC
TO
room. 701 Aenes -tree:, near Carnegie Library. -  ~"
T   ORENT���L.\RGE   FRONT    KiJOil
5-_-^-;.ie for two ��_*��.     Apply after ,
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countant (successor to C. Hamber
c-oiiectlcus and s-j.rekeejters'  '��'-^
cf ac.o-n-. a ��p*c-ally; agent fo- ti.
Kal! Safe Co.   Offlce: Room 7. Ha_c-
"o'.y block, P. 0   box 755
st  I '���  Tresr    streel
Dai.y  News Block.
TO RENT���FURNISHED BOOHS;
Terms _jO_era*_. App.y 713 Victoria street.
WANTED���TO      RENT,      A      FUBr
nl��bed hous..      Apply a".  New,  Ot
flee.
MONEY  TO   LOAN
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
Y.-_STMIN3TER CARRIAGE SHOP-
R J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens
I ..���:.-::.:-..'��� shop on Eighth street.
Carriages v.uiit. re;_::vd sad pained       All  work  g__ran'.ee..
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N    DK..PER   E    C    LAND  SIR-
- Teyor.      Ei.ard block, New    West-
:...r.s:er   B   C
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING  EP    2.0    FOR    HACKS  ANU
smart   turnout    The  Fashion  S:a-
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
WANTED���A FEW VACANT LOT8
ln chy: _ive price, terms n.:- I legal
description Peera    n;    Bam
Na-a- Westminster 1W.
MONEY    TO     LOAN���I     AM    PRE-
p&red    :o advance    money to any
amount  on    dty    property  or   for'r0YAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
a-rs and dyers, 24.  ColuE.ia stree
phone  B278-   The   place  where the
dirt and dust i= removed from the
MACHINE  WORKS,
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE \VOKK_
Limited, Front street, New we.-t-
mlniter. Man;.'.,:'.:--.-.- of 1 ���
saw ani shingle mill maenmery.
Mil ;:ar.-.s aad ipectteadoni pr��
rar^-i
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARKIS.
r-ri as. solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block. Columbia street. New
Westminster. W. J. Whiteside, H.
L   Ed_cnds.
WADE WHEALLER A McQUARRIE
1 F. C Wade, K. C. A Whealler. W.
G IfcQvarrie), Solicitors, Barrta-
��� -- etc. 42 Lorne atreet. opposite
oourtbou. New      Westminster.
:���",. _e 143) md the Vancouver of
fice Is st No. ���'. Royal B3nk Chambers. 408  Hastings Street  west.
rEN0QRAPHv * t^e���ritin?,
FREEMAN     Bl'.. .   ..     -^
Guichon bl. .,      p 0 B;-V;f  1,|
CUSTOM       B IHAphv
Typewriting Y..\  ����
letUrs.    etv ....  :''"H
lumbla street ,'-, .,��a��' C. |
GEORGE   E    MARTIN.  BARRISTER
and   Solicitor.    Guichon  block.  Co-
la    and    McKenzie   Sts.,   New
V. ��� -���     ��� -������ -.  P,   C
��� . . ling purpose* ApY Dr. A-
D. Buchaaan, P. 0., New Westmlnstei
WANTED��� THREE OB FOUR GOOD
boys ta  t:.e  ii. C. Cigar Factory  al
LOST.
LOST-SETTER DOG WHITE '���'
1,1'a/k tips:  fiinder kindly retnn
3. E. Allen, can- of    E. J   Fad��
Northem Crown  Bank
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  _  CO.
Real  E-- -     a I  In   ir :  e Agents-
City   farm   md  snonrban  property,
.:.. la street.
KALE BROS. <_ CO.. LTD.. REAL ES-
tate .-. - Insurance   Phone  335. 1^6
-v.. street, P. 0. drawer 100.
LOST���SQUARE     GOLD    BBOOCH
e_  with  torn    emeralds   and   fom
P"_j\.,  a  ._..-'-  '- y  ������-  '������-'  ceatre
One  p-ea.-l     a.:s_a_ Pleeae  re-
-'.tz. to . a.ly News office.
^_.^ .���- "-"���
LOST-LADY S    GOLD    BTKG   1  1
wlU --:-������-. : set .- back      Ftodei
please n    m to this office and re-
o6-V��  rrWL-_
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. E. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
__,  phone 234.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. IMcADAM &
Irwin), phone 498. P. O. Box 874
R_al estate and insurance. Money
to loan.  744  Columbia Btreet.
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
ELECTRICAL V/ORKS.
THE    PEARSON    ELECTRIC    CO..
dealers ia t-vcwcal _- W'-ry.
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring. mo:or repairing,
e-.c. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331. P. 0. Box 928,
FISH   AND   GAME,
BENSON _; AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Garr.e. Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp, Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS..
McKay, manufac'-.r-r and Importer
1 :' ::.ounmental tombstones, bonding
s-.one. etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
'-���   unl a street   New Westminster
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY ITORSERIES
I.'I     Burnaby   Lake���For     beall
be.T.e-a-rC'wn fruit trees phone 4;"
W.      MYERS    GRAY.    BARRISTER
Iti r  ,ad Notary Public.   Curtis
rkson street, opposite the
C   irt  Ho ise.      P  0. Box 196.    Tel-
���    .' n<   64
Ta-__TP_S
CRYSTAL   TM
BCOLOMl
picture^;
******  monti I
M-55; nuner. I
ous attrav, . .
HIT1
THE EDISi",
HIS   BDIBON ���--,,   ,.
Columbia ���     ���,?ShR
movins  plctu, ,..     ::;
-     ii��_j
Program cha:
day ani Fr. 1
PRINTERS.
TA _.��_
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind ol Job printing. Midget loose
leaf iedg-rs;   Cowle Carbon  Papers
GAI.ViN, LADII '..N.T.y.1
ioring.      A  1 -      -    '. '-.I
''���l.-     6Z& Carboi��PapeV*.     ��_! __S.
P    O      Bov   14"        Old        :Dg and  r  ' '      _
block.    En- .   1  ,|
Phone
Dally  Ni
BI    -:. Six-1. Btreet.
HOUSE  TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOLbh..
nrtt_ bath (11 ;*r mosuiL Apply
Mowati stiwet, 2S0 __eventh street
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G.  W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Guichon  Block.    Telephone 338.
W.    E.   FALES.   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 170, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 3S6. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. 0. Box .11.
PAPER   HANGING   A   DECORATING.
I    HUDSON.   WALL   PAPER.   ROOM
Mouldings,    Burlap?,   and Banltas;
house   paintine,   kalsomining,   paper
hanging    and     decorating.      bixtfl I
street.   New   Westminster
PIANO TUNING.
1 PIANOS AND ORGANS TUNED AND
repaired by your local tuner. W. E.
Martin. Mus. Bac, city, A line
will bring him.
and 264 Cl  "
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at If. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon s 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug Bto.-t
and "The Fair,' Columbia street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT <_ CAFE
Tickets. 21 meals for J4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs Archer. prOpne-
tre -1 Four courses, cor.si.-t.ng o?
soup. flsh. boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kLids of new- and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
WOODACRKING.
WESTMINST. R WOOD.        ;|
Co., bank.  ���_;,
cabinet,  stair,    - - mutetil
and detail wor esignt a . eiu-l
mates   fur:.:-:. BrOOl     poi
prletor.     Work ' mer El rami
and car line.    P. 0. boi 25i _oot|
473.
MAKE YOUR APPEAL to ire putliel
through the coumni of THE DAILY!
NEWS.    The  Morning Pjpef,
IT   PAYS   TO   ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE        DAILY NEKSl
YOU
Are invited to inspect our showing of the finest line of Fall suitings
in Western Canada We have all the latest shades, and ftr,sh them
with all the new "kinks" in styles from the centres of fashions.
Suits  from
$25.00 to  $45.00
Don't overlook the fact that  we also  have a  swell  line of ready-
to-wear clothing   also.       Satisfaction   or  money refunded.
H. ROBERTSON, Maaager,
660 Columbia Street, next to Royal    Bank,       NEW   WESTMINSTER.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Lad;- s from $12-/5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' or._n case.
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
I
1 Two  doors  from   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
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'NOTICE RE LUUU ISLAND BRIDGE,
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Serv:ce.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S3. Princess Victoria leaves Vancouver 11 p.m., going Ir, t __> Seat-
le  daily e_c.pt   Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves \ ancouver 1
.m.. daily for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
FOOTBALL TRICK
SAVES TWO LIVES
VICTORIA HORSEMEN
ARE UP IN ARMS
The condition of the old biidg. la
no: considered safe for -vehicular
[traffic, and the public generally are
Icautioned against hauling loads of
.'any kind over it.
Persons  continuing  to  do so after
tl- vt notice most t_ke all th^ risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cleric.
City  Hall,   New  WestaolBSter, July
83riL 1��0��.
Ralph  0'8ullivan   Snatches Child   and   Deputation Waitj on C'ty Council  and
Nurse  From  in  Front of F'ying Makes   Startling   Complaints���
Auton-'&bile. Say  Horses Are   Injured.
Bmb__U  .'< -1. Sept, I ���Ba ;.-. 0 B.
lira.';    OttC   Of     be   IDttSSBa    tot   the
Victoria, Sept. 7.���That the damage
> -���   to   horses  and   vehicles   in   the
.'.e-�� fort Uie [oMraaea eonpsajr, dty of victoria owing to the faulty
wv. played tooUmII More be ha<i te {condition of the streets and roads im-
.>.--.. his '.nun livin?, showed yes-.erday ;Ka��eH an annual tax upon the owner--
rr...-.-...-.i- M -..--> .-_ ,.-oad .tatlon here ;of the sarn�� to the MDOUDt of $100,000
��.t_* M��i|f 'Y sWUly uj Ul nk and lis the opinion of a deputation Which
<_ ���-. -,.'_/, atd -.be pI.yKlcal training : waited on the council last evening,
!-����� tBBgfet Mm the trick of throwing [Leonard Talt, manager of th* Victoria
}...-._.:; r.'-artlor.i; at a ^lven n.ark and JTridsfer company, being the *iK>kes-
then rolling to one srie, stood h:_j in |ican. The mayor and aldermen were
food   Stead  when  he  saved on-, and   m,Jc!l  Impreseed  with the repre.enta
f,ror,ab!y two, lives and performed the
_ct without mor. than slightly bruising himself and ruining a good suit
of  clothes.
O'Sulllvan save, the life of a baby
E��d prevented a nurse who    inadvertently  got  in tht  way of an automobile from :.eing crushed.    He was on
hi? way from his hom- to catch  the
8:OS train for New York. As he reached   Morris   and   Springfield   avenues,
fiear the fetation, he saw a threi-year-
old  baby break away from the nurse
In   charge  and   step   directly   in   the
path of a swiftly moving automobile,
Wltl. -it hesitation,    O'Sulllvan,    who
wis on the other side of the street,
lunged  forward    as  he  would    have
done in   the old   football  days,   and,
with none of his accuracy of eye lost,
caught the child as his left Bhoulder
h'�� the ground.   Gripping the child in
liis arms, he rolled clear of the front
wheels, and, brushing against the fr;u.i
1 tions mad- to them and promised to
give the matter every consideration.
Mr. Talt, for the transfer company,
pr-ssed for a comprehensive scheme
for the better care of streets and
roads.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New  Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves N=w Westminster on VNed
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st ani 14h
each month for Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leav- Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
German Development Co.
Edmonton, Alta., Sept. 7.���A company known an the Canadian-GermMi
Development company, has been formed with a capitalization of $1,000,000,
and composed of German capitalists.
They have secured an option on a
large tract of land west of Edmonton
in the vicinity of the main ltae of
the Grand Trunk Pacific around township .9��� range 21, consist ng of from
one-half to two-thirds of a township
along the Brasseau river. This property has a rich vein of coal and also
contains a vast amount of valuable
timber.    Plans  have  heen   mad?    to
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
V. 8. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of Jl and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Totft'.  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
*JEV WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une -5 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une Is anil July 2.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
une 13 and July ..
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen  City leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
For   reservations   and   Information
cai!  or address
ED.  GOULET.
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Asst Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROUP,
General Sup-rtntend.nt Victoria.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMfc
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands witn
in the railway b-.-.t in British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person who is tn,- sol-,- head 01 _ famiij
or any male over 1^ years of age,
the extent of one-quarter section' ot
160 acres,  more- or less.
Entry must be made personally at
th* local land offlce for the district
fn which the laud is situate. Entry
by proxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the taiher,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sis
ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform tlie conditions connected therewith under one 01 the toilowing
plans:
(ll At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2j If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father ls decasedi, of the homesteader
resides upon a farm ln the vicinity ol
the land ent-red for, the requirements
as to resident', may be satisfied by
such person residing with the lather
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming iand owned
by him In the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of Intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-on-
years at an annual rental of $1 pei
acre. Not more than 2500 acres
shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate 01
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement wlll not be paid
for.
S. S. TRANSFER
The  -:' amer   Ti �����! ieaitl
Brackman-Ker  wh aeek lifl
afternoon, exi   pt S 1    t*_
tor Latiner. .-:��� -��� . "^-F
Saturday .,-   ... Nd
Westminster Satttl . I
Returning,   leaves   .- -yl
week day  mi I
Additional    t:. -|
leaving New '���'��� ��� - st 5 Ws,
This  schedule    _ . 1    :.��� eWlfl
without notice.
For freight and pass - -   ltd M
ply to
ROBERT JARDINR
Mini-,
m
Canadian Pacific I
Railway Co.
LAEK)R  DAY   EXCURSION RATES I
���Fare and a third round trip :i����f |
on   sale  September       B v':; ":
good for return to September 11
Double transcon'-in-ntil w���
daily, with Pullman tourist sm ��*
lng cars. ...
Atlantic Express leaf 5 at S'w *
m. . ._,
Eastern   Express  leaves si I ��'
St. Paul train leaves ai M".
Cheap excursioa September '������
For full particulars, apply Jo
C. B. FOSTER E. C,<>! 'f1.,
G  P. A.. Vancouver.     C.P-K-��Y
The Question
Where to buy furniture ':";l> as
us good
Is Answered
start the work of developing th_ coal
lie nur.se, who had followed the child,jaera and establishing large mills asl
threw her also out of the way. |soiin  as  the G.T.P. line is completed.
Lifebuoy Soap Ts delightfully refreshing for Bath or Toilet in hot
weather, For washing undcrclotn-
lng it Is unequalled. Cleanses and
purifies. ������
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD, CARCROSB, ATLIN,
WHITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dally trains (except Ssnda.-)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter lervice.
For Information apply to
J. H. ROGERS, Traffic M.ina....
"The Milwaukee"
"Th* Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha to
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas City to Chicago.
No trains ln 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 oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor. Ald��r. Po-Mand. Or
ft rP^
by directing  you  to  tbe ^YV..
,&rgMtoff��>
you can see ih
and second-hand goods
the city. .    -_r
I have a splendid Cream *>ev
or sale, nearly new. r0j
Com. and see how niucn ����� " ^
can  get for your    money fl^e
elsewhere. i���_n_ Iff*
Repairing of guns. ^Yla,^
.riters, and light automatic <��
ry and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Spec-
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
SECOND - HAND
ST0R��
.olumhfa St.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
1ST
wfflce 'Pbone 1M-     Bam 'P��one
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   prompW
any part of the city
Ught and Heavy Haul.
6  OFFICE-TRAM DBP"T. ISDN
,��S0AV, SEPTEMBER 8, IW
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THROB.
LAMB.    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
MEATS   COLUMBIA    STREET     LOCAL
PROVEMENT   NOTICE.
IM-
Antral Meat Market
_      BglttStau*   Fifth Aveaa.
irD��r w*flv"
PHONE �����-
||0W^*OODr.Propr..tor_^
CANADIAN PACIFIC
' u tosta Sailings |js3
FROM VANCOUVER.
at 11 P-m- direct
_��� Stattle-Da"y
M* via Victoria.
' Victoria-Daily ul
lu  a.m.
and
%wlta-Every
Saturday at n
-Every  Saturday
Island���Second
pr:nce Rui��ert
n Queen Charlotte
0f each month
Union, Comox���Tues-
Saturday
1161
iand Thurvl;,. al 2 P-m
* 'Nualmo-Daily at 2 p.m.
It-ROM NEW  WESTMINSTER.
tinner Fraser ' nt to ChlMwack
WI points Steamer beaver
-��, Westminster at 8 a.m. on Mon-
1 ���_ne. a. and Friday; return-
tZfea Chilliwack at 7 a.m. on
'lv Thursday and Saturday.
f further particulars call  or ad-
ED GOl LET, Agent,
New Westminster.
C    1!   Foster,
4 .- i ;.-i  Pass. Agent,
Vancouver, 13. C
!loyal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Lta1 Paid up % 4,700.000
Vrve Fund      5,400,000
Cil Assets 55,000,000
Th. Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of New Westminster having by resolution determined
'and specified thai it i.s desirable to
carry out the following works, thai
Is to say:
(a) To construct a sewer t<_ be
known as the "Columbia Street
Sewer" on Columbia street between
McNeeiy street and Fourth  street.
(bj  To  construct   cemeni   sidewalks
on  both sides of Columbia street  between    McNeeiy    street    and  Fourth
street with necessary retaining walls
And   that   the   said   works  shall   be
d   out   in   accordance-   with   the
isions of the laocal Improvement
General   Bylaw.  1909.
And the   city    Engineer and City
Assessor having reported to the Council in accordance with the provisions
Of the said bylaw ujion the said works
giving     statements     showing     the
amounts estimated  to  be charges
against the  various  portions ol  real
property to i��- benefited by the Bald'
'works and other patlculars  and  the
'suid reports of the said City  Engin
and City Assessor having been adopted by the ('"unci],
Notice Is hereby    given    thai  the
said reports ar,. open tor Inspection
at the ofllce of the City Assessor, City
|Hall, Columbia street, New  Westminster, B. ('., and that unless a petition
against the    proposed    works above
| mentioned signed by a majority of the
owners of the land or real  property
��� to be assessed or charged In respect
lof such   works   representing  at   least
one-half in value thereof is  presented
to  tlie Council    within    fifteen  days
I from the dat,. of the first publication
of  this  notice  the  Council   will  proceed with the proposed Improvements
under  such   terms  and  conditions as
to   the   payment   of the   cost   of  such
Improvements as the Council may by
bylaw In that behalf regulate ami determine and  als,, io make  the  Bald
assessment,
Dated this 1st day of September, A
D. 1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City   I'vrk.
Date  of  first  publication,   the   2nd
^^^^ Made from
cream of tartar, derived solely ���
from grapes.  All the ingredients I
I   of Dr, Price's  Baking Powder I
'    ? ��*aa��       ���__.____._ J        _.__      _.L_      1 _ t 1 TM _|H
"'.
_____
are printed on the label. They
are pure, healthful and proper.
When baking powders are peddled or
demonstrated, examine their labels. You
will find they are not made from cream
of tartar.   You            don't want them
FORESEES BIG
TARIEE BATTLE
Between Canada and the
United States-Pulp Wood
the Cause.
CITY VOTERS'   LIST.
Chicago, Sept. 7.���Congressman 3.
li. Mann, who worked for reduction, of
tariff on wood pulp ana print papain the House of Representatives, sees
dark times ahead for users of th-
latter. He bellves the l'nited Stales
is on the verge of a great tariff wm-
with Canada, and states that ihe !><>-
ininiiii has the lKisitlon of vantage in
the matter of pulp and paper tariff.
He believes the situation rests In the
lattltude of the provinces of Quebec
and Ontario toward the provision in
the new    tariff    regarding pulp    and
|paper. It's bis opinion that Canada
is not pleased with the new tariff,
and be forsees the pric- of paper
soaring skyward, possibly by next
March, Unless w,. can get pulp wood
from Canada," he said today, "many
of our print paper mills will go out
of business, and ii is to the interest
of cheap news print paper thai wish,mid have competition between American paper and mills und Canadian
paper mills.
"Whether the Canadian provinces
will remove their restrictions Is doui,t
fui. Under the proposition I made
to Congress, making a tariff of $2
a ton on paper, if restrictions were
removed, the Canadian provinces
would have agreed to our terms. 11 ut
it is doubtful whether they Will do
that to get reduction to $11.75 a ton."
id out of town  accounts  soil-
[savings bank department
day of  September,   1909.
Who Reached
North Pole First?
Mail Service
(Continued from Pac
could hardly be expected from that
,lis!,mc-. A number of messages received   from  'hat   station,   both   from
OCTOGENARIANS GATHER
IN ONTARIO VILLAGE
Notice is hereby given that the
Voters' List for the year 1909 has
been completed, and that the same
may be seen at this office for thirty
days from the date hereof; and any
person who shall claim to be added
to the said Voter!' List, or any elector who shall desire to have any name
erased therefrom; must prefer his or
her request in writing, signed with
his or her name, and shall deliver or
cause to be delivered to the City
Clerk within the tlmo hereinbefore
sjiclfied.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk.
City   Clerk's   Office,   New   Westminster, 13. C, September ., 1H09.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
FIRST   STREET  SEWER   NOTICE.
Pursuant to Section 20 of the "Local    Improvemeni    General    By-law,
r.ori," noiice Is hereby given thai tho
assessment roll of the "First Street
Sewer" local Improvement is opisi tor
Inspection at the office of the Assessor in the Ciiy Hall. New Westminster, British Columbia, and in case
the owner or any person interested in
any of the properties included therein
desire to appeal from such assessment be shall, within the period of
eleven (11) daj. from the flrst publication of this notice, give notice to
the undersigned In writing of his Intention  to  appeal.
Dated this 31st day of August, A. D.
1909. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Date  of first   publication,   31st  day
of August, 1909.
(Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Ja-."': ������:- Chequ-a bought and sold.
plepap.lc transfers effected.
In..- Westminster, B. C.  Branch,
F  SHUTE, Manager.
Mills and Coquitlam.
MlffliDEI. f ,,
MUNTIC STEAM SHIPS
it to your advantage
Ji arrange your booking at this office.
hether I  i Intend to travel or send-
l v ... friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Kirpress of Britain ..   .. September 10
f For otl.er dates and particulars ap-
Mails Despatched.
II.
'to
E. GOULET,
C. P. H. Agent.
Following are the hours of despatch i-         -   --.        -  -
and arrival of malls at the New West- Commander Peary and from bis com
minster post office, the nou,- given In Panlons on his Arctic voyage, show
each case being the hour ot closing,'"1 "l,u every effort was made to ln-
which is half an hour, as a rule, be- form eag��r friends and associates of
fore the actual despatch. AH mails, jthe success. The latest word to come j
unless otherwise stated are despar.r-.n- across the gap spanned by the wired and received dallv except Sunday. tess lr"m Indian harbor was receiv-
The oniv mails dispatched and re- ed by the secretary of thi Peary
ceived Sunday are the Q. N R. South Arctic dub. in the message Peary
and C. P. R. east malls, not including rquefcted Brldgman to inform the
the   wav   mails,     Sapperton,     FraBer geographical  societies throughout  the
'world   that   the   Peary   Arctic   expedition  had  reached the pole.
Missed Cook's Trail.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_    ,     St.   John's.   N lv   Sept.   '.���Captain
0:00 a.m.  (closed at eleven ociock  Bartlett telegraphed to relatives here
e   previous   nigut)���Vancouver    via j that  Peary   had found  nothing  to in-
N. lt. Owl. dicate that Dr. Cook had  reach d the
8 a.m.���Vancouver and Victoria Via pole.    While  Peary does uot  express-
C. Electric railway. ly repudiate Dr. Cook's contention in
First C,  P. It- east taking all points Iso   many   words,   his statement     may
|east including langley and district.     have  an  Important  bearing upon  de-
The mail lor AbbOi.8i.ord aud dis-' term ning the extent of Dr. Cook's
trict,  Clayburn and district,  Hunting-  exploration,
dou and district, and Matsqui are des- i     Thv   Roosevelt   was   In   good  condi-
patclied by waj of Vancouver. 'lion   and   the  crew  all   right,    wired
. a.m.���Blame and Seattle, in- Captain Bartlett in addition, and Including all U. S. points east and soutti; reported that the schooner Jeanle,
and Hall's Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz- carrying supplies for the expedition
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and had met them off the coast of Qreen-
Saturdays. land     coming south, the    Rooseveli
All Surrey mails are received from passed Etah and Upernavlk, Green-
Cloverdale,  except  Hall's  Prairie.  IU-Hand,   where   Dr.   Cook   had  preceded
Residents   of    Glen    Buell,    in   Leeds
County,   Present   Silver  Cup  to
Oldest Person  in  District.
Brockville, Ont., Sept. 7.���For sever.
al y,ars past tne Sunday school Of
Hi,- historic little Methodist church at
Glen Buvll, in Leeds County, has held
a most unique annual service ai which
a silver cup is presented to the oldest
person present, the only qualification
required being residence in the provincial electoral district of Brockville.
The Gkm Buell M-tbodlsts make a
.ii,,- of It, with services beginning at
9:30 in tbe morning and lasting until
late in the afternoon. On Sunday the
eighth annual Old People's Day was
held, and the affair attracted hundreds from the surrounding country.
The register showed the presence of
seventy old boys and girls between
the ages of 50 uud 90. The thrte oldest were: Mrs. Lovei'in, Oreen-bUSh,
.9 years, lu months; Kenneth Morrison, Lyn, 90 years, 1 month; and Mrs.
J, W. Booth, Lyn, 90 years, 2 months.
The last mentioned was awarded the
silver cup donated by A. E. Donovan,
M.P-P., who was present aud made
the presentation ln a happy speech.
.The anniversary sermon was preach-
,ed by the Rev, .lohn Scanlon, a super-
i.uiiuai-d minister.
WHEN  GOING EAST
KTHE TICKET AGENT
TO SEND YOU OVER
"THE NORTHWESTERN UNE"
._ Train-  livery Day in  the Year;
BETWEEN
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
THE .RAIN OF FAME
���I'll WESTERN.        LTD.
���'���  dies th
fl   :.
selmere and Fernrldge, which arrive on Peary
the   Port  Guichon   tram  on   Tuesdays1
j Thursdays   aud   Saturdays
11:00 a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
Oentrai Park, via B. C. Electric Railway.
12:30 p.m.���Strawberry Hill, Timberland and South Westminster, by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:o0 p.m.���Burquitlam,   y courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer mourns <���.?_ at
2:30 except Saturday)���Ladner. Port
Gulchon. Westham Island and Bunbury, dailv except Sunday; Woodward.
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, via
",!. C. Bruce." (Steveston mail despatched  and received  via Vancouver.I
2:110 p.m.���Vancouver and Piper
Siding, via Q. N. it. north.
3   p.m.���Cloverdale.   NU-oinekl.   and
I Port  Evils dallv.  Clayton on  Tuesday,
ewest  and   best  Ideas' ^^^^^^m  --
i_, ,.,,,,. -   ��� /.Thursday, Friday and Saturday; Tyne.
'��r COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and head on ^^^^
I ton
'-       aim m	
��� a In the world. Th.
J Ql m vite oompart-
^emcars- 18    a lion sleep-
I      luxurious dining c
'"' tree),
y/lY"*  HuBet, library and sinoK-
Bon Ac-
Psary  |s Doubted.
New York. Sept. 7.���The Cook-
I'ea-v controversy opened here .V('s-
terday afternoon with the first expression of disbelief in the report that
the  latter had  reached  uie pole,
The denial came from Captain
Bradley S, Ostium, a veteran explorer,
secretary of the Arctic club, and one
of Dr. Cook's most earnest supporters.
"I am extremely doubtful that Commander Peary has reached the pole,"
said Captain Osburn. "1 want much
better confirmation than the words
so far received. Mr. Peary must have
encountered very smooth ice and water to have succi',1,-,1 in such a short
time. All news hitherto Indicates
that '',' made bis dash for the pole In
the summer of 1908,
"I   do   nol   se   bow   it   would   have
been   possible for  him  to arriv    and
return   with   the   news   so  early."
Honors  Go to Peary
Len don,   S-'pi.   7.���Tbe   Daily  N  ws
BRIBES COME HIGH
TO MONTREAL MERCHANT
Russell  Hotel
Charles  M.  Lindsay,  Winnipeg.
W,  B. Townley, Vancouver.
C.   F.   Oke,  Vancouver.
I). F. Robertson, Seattle.
F.  Bums, Tacoma.
.1.   H.   Hudson,  Vancouver.
A.  S,  Wheeler,  Seattle.
Miss  Lord,  Seattle.
Miss  F.   Lord,  Seattle.
Hugh   Brawn,   Seattle.
E.  Hutchinson, Seattle.
C. O.  Lambert,  Seattle.
S. Spottiswood, Vancouver.
Windsor Hotel.
Walter McCallum, Mission City.
A. o. Souley, Victoria,
Jas. Porte, Pitt Lake.
Ed. Johnsun,  Belleviu.
N. J. D. McNair and wife, Tynehead
W.   McB-ide,   Elgin.
R. I. Turnbull, Prine, Rupert.
J.  Stefflch,  Ladner.
G. W, Beach, Seattle.
H.  \V.  McGregor, Seattle.
P.  A,  Boyce,  Snohomish,  Wash.
Railway Time Tables
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 5:50, 6:50, 7:20 and -.00
a.m., and every half hour thereafter
until 11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vanoouver at 5:50, 6:20, 6:50, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., and every half hour theio-
after  until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver at .:00 a.m., aud every half
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Wsstminster.
SURREY  COUNCIL.
The council met in the town hall,
Surrey Centre, September 1. present
the reeve and councillors Loucks,
Kery and Murphy, Minutes of previous meeting were read and confirmed. Communications were received
as  follows:
From Corbould & Grant re compensation for land taken for the White
Rock road. Received, clerk having
written Mr. A. H. MacNelll to please
attend to the matter, and from A. H.
MacNelll. re compensation for laud
taken   for  the  White  Rock   road,  re-
Montreal. Sept. 7.���It cost Rich
Marten $5,000 In bribes, and .2,000 of
this went to Chief Benoii of the flre , .
department In order to do business ,ceived.
selling horses to the citv. This Is F���m F- J- Ha��'t & Co., requesting
what Marten declared before the royal the council w gazette a road trom the
commission yesterday; but tlie admls- McLellan road, north, through the
sions onlv  came from him    after   al061111'6 of Section 9, Township S.   Re-
Great   Northern  Railway.
,v.  N.W.  8:50 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle  3:3.
p.m.
Lv.  N.  W.  11  a.m.;   ar.   Seattle  3:55
Ip.m. I
Ly. N. W. 4:32 p.m.;  ar. Seattle 9:40
i p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle 7:1.
!a.m.
;Lv. Seattle S:05 a.m.; ar. N. W. 2:55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:35 p.m.;  ar. N. W. 9:3.
Ip.in.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:20
!a.m. |
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.; ar. N.W. 6:25
:P-m.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday  at 10 a.m., returns at 5 p.m. to
j city.      Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m.,  ar-
: rives in city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
i Friday at 3:50 p.m.,  arrives in  city
lengthy examination during which tbe
witness exhibited ihe uncertainty of
memory which has been characteristic of this royal commission ever
since it commenced.
He bad once handed out $600 to be
divided among five aldermen but lie
could not rememlber their names. He
only     mentioned    ex-Chief     Benolt'r
celved and  request  granted
From Royal City Construction Co,,
saying they w> re desirous of having
the council try their concrete culverts, and that if tne Council would
take the matter up with them they
would make it worth their while. Received.
From B. B. Smith, secretary of Sur-
! rais
Por T
.forth
  Tuesday and Fridal	
ll in,,!   with   both eni, Tuesday and Friday.
themosi brilliant-'    4=00 p.m.-Vancouver and Burnabj
lak,., via ii. i. Electric Railway, sat
i>,-,i'i'v   in nxtrs  mini i- despatched to says:
Vtooriavl- Vancouver al  this hour.      "Whatever  doubts may  sun Unger
Ull i.      , Uuie. i���c���.d>:i.  all U. aboul  Cook's claim, there canbe no
B  point* easi and south, vis U. N. K- doubt   Pearj   Yl   . AAI   ,   I
,..,.'��� Winch   will    ,e  able  lo  inu.-tei   a   cuu
' _ ���   ���   ���      ,,   I.-,   .Iderable   work   of    collective    test
s'  p.m.-Second  C.     ���   I...  east,  1 ������ ���' .,(,itM   ,���
se,-  Mills.     This mall takes the   o- ���;",..  W|,ol, history  of arctic
lowing   local    places:     Barnet   and none ni�� je       nothing mln,
,.(���t Moo,,y, Pitt Meadows   PortHam- ������        -< ;    J b    U
m"m1'  P��rt, Haney,   Mission    CWlll-      ��>V> *' regu,   <)f wliat  baB
wack,  Harrison  Hot  Springs   Ag"*���; "��  ,��lflin,    To Cook  w|n    fall the
Lytton, Llllooet, Spe.ices   Bridge, HUj  k �� ^    n,.sl  who
ola  and   distrlcl,   and  all   points ^^ ^^unat into the Silent sea; to Peary
on   the   other hand   will   follow     the
I name  after  being    cornered    by  lhe|rey  board of  trade,  applying for  the
'lawyer use  of  t-he  court   house,  Cloverdale,
i  | for   a   meeting   place   for  the   board.
Recelvd,  and   request  grained.
From  \V.  N. Draper, saying he had
nr,    reclining
modern day
Ocean Liner Harpoons Whale.
Loud,ui Sept. 7-���The steamship ; From .....__. _
Kais,r Willi'lm de,- Grosse of the!''"�� the line of the Serpentine road
North German Llyod line, arrived al between Sctlons 21 and 23 Township
Plymouth ai 6:46 this morning Offi- s- ;"1'1 Placed posts at Intervals ot 3
cers aboard reported  that  when the '"' ' hundred teet so that th   line can
Vessel   was   thr e   'lavs  OUt   from   Nefl    '"-'   '���AMl>    followed.     Received.
York a huge whale crossed in front     From  John  W.  Elweli  saying  the
of it lino of the Serpentine road located bj
The whale was apparently floating Mr.  Draper  ran  through  ins garden
asleep upon the surface ot the water. ;ja'i orchard, and as U was impossible
lin tin. resulting collision ihe toroe of1" Bft��ely ""'Vl' lht-' uvl-'s belore next
m��  Tables,   Folders,  or   nnv
ler information call on or write
F- W. PARKER.
"�� 8econd Avenue, Seattle. Wash,
Grand Trunk Ry,
E��ellent Train Service Betweei
Ckicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
4  ^MK iSvfer mar��-
^''H0  to RTT��_. .
PHlUl'       *,u��; NEW Y0RK -d
fVWo','V,ak,ia^a Falls.
'm" fables, etc.. address
GEO, vv. VAUX.
Agent- 186 AfflWU""1 Ticket
��u��ma St.. ChicaRo. 111.
exctnit Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
6:45 a.m.���Bialne and Seattlv, including all U. S. points, via G. N. "���
"Owl."
8:20 a-m��� Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. C. Electric
Railway. _,,,
0:00 t0 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hin,
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
9:30 a.m��� Vancouver and Victoria.
via O. N. R. . f_nr.
10:00 to 11:00 a.m.--Ladn-.r, ffrl
Guichon, Westham Island and Utw"
day, Thursday and Saturday) Wooa
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce, (bteyes-
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.) .  ,
8:40 a.m.-C. P. R. east (first tralni
\Jll 11*. V....V, -	
more solid fame of an accomplishment
that can not fall to be of the highest
scientific  value."
All papers take the same tone of
absolute confidence ln Peary and are
enthusiastic in their congratulations
to him and Ills country.
BURSTING SAW  KILLS
WOODSTOCK  RESIDENT
in the resulting collision t
the impact  Impaled the huge  fish on
the   bows.
The whale struggled unsuccessfully to free itself from tlie bows, and
titer this loud had been carried tor
some miles, the Kaiser Wilhelm dor
Grosse was obliged to put on full
ipeed astern ln order to get dear of
the burden,
According to the crew, the whale
was at  least 70 feet In Rngth.
Woodstock, Sept. 7.���A very d s-
tresslng accident happened at. the
TUlson stave mills this morning,
whereby Mr. Peter Pllne, an employee
of the mills, was instantly klllod, and
Mr William Armatrang, another em-
' loyee.   was   seriously   Injured.     The
_.1*J   U.UI. _.   ,-.   aa.   -_*���--    v- ,,������.,,,.    UlOVetr,      nao     .a-.a,.--.j      ���---- *a,i_
Sapperton,   Fraser  Mills  and   Doquu   J1UH,hmery    was    running    smootmy,
UlilV,���Ut  'J '������-  -���a�� ,
u   when all at once one of the large on
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central larKit,ular saws  burst, most of the pieces
lam
1:   _^^^^
and Eraser Arm
passing   through ' the  body  of  Pllne,
and Eraser Arm.                               .,.. massing   througn   me  ooay   ui   ������ ������;���-���
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby. by courier ^..rlb|v   woundlng it.    A piece of the
2:30 p.m.���Bnr.iiltlum. by courier nvtl,s ' metal   also  struck   Armstrong,
:>,:30  p.m.���Blaine and    Seattle. ln"r,u.ting serious injuries  about    the
eluding aii U. S. points. hv.ld aud legs.    Hopes are entertaln-
9:40   p.m.-Serond   Mall   east,   ami ^ h{s recov���ry    pllne leaves a
losr-d mall from Sumas. and Seatu*. ^ several children. So far the
noluding U.  S.  A.  matter, and si^1
LIQUOR FINES SWELL
ALBERTA'S TREASURY
Fraser Mills.
accident cannot be accounted for.
Edmonton, Sept. 7.���W. A. Deyl,
chief license inspector under the attorney general's detpartment, has returned from the southern part of the
province, where he has been rounding
up offenders against the liquor ordinance of the province. Ten .prosecutions ai _ the result of persevering detective work on the part of the license
Inspectors, whose evidence was 8��
strong that convictions *�����_, obtained
In every case but one. The fines In
all amount to $1,050, with costs m
addition
Paris Workmen Strike.
Paris, Sept. 7.���A strike of stonemasons and ,brlcklay -s has taken
place In France. The estimated num-
Ifcer of masons out Is 4,926 and of
bricklayers 14,307.
spring, asking the indulgence of th
council to allow hlui until that time
to move his fences back to tlle pew
line.    Received,   request   granted.
From .lohu Crean et al, a petition re
const rutting Uie IUvler road under
local Improvement was received and
the clerk Instructed to consult Mr, A.
J. Hill in the matter.
Appropriations were made as follows: Ward 2, $100.00 for the Scott
road, $100 00 for the Town Line road,
$40.00 for the Johnston road, and that
Councillor Keery be allowed to have j
about 40 rods graded on the C. M.
road. Ward 5, by day work.
M.ove<_ ,by Councillor Loucks sec. by
Councillor Murphy and carried, that
the Surrey Municipal council beg to
extend their appreciation to the Honorable, the Minister of Public Works,
for the new grade on the Yale road
hill and trust that It possible the same
will be graveled before wet weather,
eets In.
The contract of gravelling Town i
Line road -was let to Wm. Bothwell J
at $1.30 per yard-
The  Surrey  Road  Closing  By-Law |
and the Surrey Highway By-Law each
passed their second and third reading.
MAKC YOUR AP. cAl to the public;
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEW8.   The Morning Paper. |
Saturday at 9 am.
Leaves Port Gulchon at 1 p.m. on
Tuesday, 6:30 a.m. on Friday, and
6:30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Gulchon 6 p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Guichon 6 a.m. each weefc
day;   arrives   8:50  a.m.
Leaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. daily except  Sunday;   ar. ���.tilclion  at 7  pm.
SentjOn Approval.
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WEDSESDAY.
SEPTEMBER
The Daily News BILLS OF LADING
MUST BE UNIFORM
Published by The D-I.y News ?-.-:._.���
leg Company, Limited, at -Jkj.- o_lces
Tte Dally News Elock, corner of McKenzie and  Trew streets.
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_vLABEL.   .
WEDNESDAY,
SEPTEMBER
8,
1909-
Secretary of  Board of Trade Wnl  Receive   Standard   Form   Within
Next  Few Days,
TO THE POLE.
That  -rhich   has  been   for  so long
the desire of man to achieve, and in
the seeking of which so many noble
lives have b_n sacrificd, has at last
been achieved by two American ci-.i-
lens, Dr. F. A. Cook, of Brooklyn, and
C,-,���-..:::..-.:. l-r R. L P*_r>
for vhe North Pole a.s '_?en consist
ently parsned for the last two or
three centuries, and the nisto.-.
thi_ leogthy effort i_ as ec:erta:clnf
in its atmoBp;.-r- oi romance ana
tragedy _.- -.:,-_��� of t_'.c ancient quesl
of the Holy grail. Now qnlts .-udden-
ly and almost onezpectedly two m-.u
bay. soccet de 1 In the effort that has
baffled so many, and have planted '-���
The fact that the government railway commission has ordered thai bills
of lading be of uniform s.ze and ccu-
taia cer.ain wording, might not be
considered of any great import__Cv
but it has go: a certain nnml er -���'���
manufacturers and snippers pretty
much worried ju>: now. During the
last week in July the government ad-
'..-���: ::.e railroads th_t the j .-:.---. Insist on shippers using one form of bib
of lading on and aft-r October the
first. The railroads in turn advised
The search tQelr a?.,Dt5 tj_at they must not accept
old forms after that date. M_r..-
manufacturers and shippers looked
Into the stock room and decided that
they would go straight a.ong nad u*e
up the old forms, but the la�� .. - :
in the way
EVAPORATED
CR_AM
._ ;_ c--ier^- ?t. Charle. Cream
������ \. __.  _;.<.! as the best niiik
.   ... -;���.-*_.    For many p-_rp'.'>ses
,.   ,.-_'-- '-. ;;~t.    It gives to coffee.
f,"r instance, s Beam which ev.n the
best of ordinary cream  cannot ap-
pros-h, sn I  it sids in bringing out
-.   ..rcna of cfaocatate ar. i
cocoa.   For cocrfe :   B a.i<I ic* crrarn
it is nnexcened.    For invalkis and
__���'___. :t := indispeasBhle. It never
Y,rMes.   '��������� strengthens t_e strong.
j.: is added it will igree with
(DO-K-L
eve:.i ttbere.
CONDEJtSDIO CO^ Ingersell. On_
of taxation were dealt with. Among
them were that of Rev T M Karsfa
for remission of taxes on tne Free
Methodist churcn property on Fight-
ttreet, which was refused or. tb^
and"the~rVsuh .s_:liai tn. fround that the property was not y-t
- ������: 1 -���- lea; supplies -.*��� ���:
their wits ' end to cope with the 'and-
siidr of orders for bills of lading
form.-  coming  tbe.r way
Tbe  new  forms  have  been  decided consruc-tion   had  not
upct_   nrcfc.-sitating   se; ara-=   bills   of
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
0. 0. F���AMITY LODGE. NO 2T-���
,.. regular i_e_tin_ of this w��.e
,-.-��� held in Oddfellows' hall. Columbia street, every Monday evi Ing
at . o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, nooie
grand    W. C. C.atfcam. ree   secy.
Stars  and  stripe,  at the "top of the  lading    for      "shipments    consigned
straight to an individual   as I -���
world."    The entire  globe  will  ecu-
gratulate  the  intrepid   twain,   and   to
..  will   be   rightly  awarded   -.-���   ���
honor.     They  in   their  turn   however
  centered  a distinct honor upon
th-ir own country, a circumstance
that will not be lost sight of, wfc are
sure, when the time comes to wel-
come tbem back to the shores of their
native iand
A remarka.le feature of  this  great
feat   is   that   though   almost  a
elapsed   between   the   arivai   of   the
two men at the Pole the new- ol
success  reached u,  with an int rven-
ing period of only five days.    Whl
U:. Cook planted tae, flag at the Pole
cn April  -i.  l:<"-    (.'��� r...::. .:. :��� .   .-. ���   ���:.:���
pllsbed   the   same   pur;��),e   on   .\^:.:
6 of the present  year     .-'    fai  u-  Is
at   present   known   neither   Saw   anything  of   tne  other.     Whether  Peary
found any evidence of his compatriot'?
"consigned   to order"  thus   ma.-: :.
cleai dl8t_actlon between the two, On
aad after October 1 it is orden . U
...   of   lading   strictly
literally to the wording of th
forms and must  be of the same *ize
ar.d   character  of   type   and   color  of
, -v r.
Ae certain firms red individuals
���" .-:. v Ills of lading
theli private -- ll ���- necessary in
order to .void delay that they strictly conform to th regu ttion of the
Board of Railway commissioners ;���'
.. : ptlng immediately the authorized
..--1<
The secretary of the board of trade
is notifiei that the standard form wil)
be forwarded in tae course of a few
days when It can be seen by those interested in the office of thg board of
trade.
in   tbe uame of  the  churcn  trustees
.-_.��� ther   came   from   the  Knights of
Pythias   block   trustees,   the    amount
being remitted on the ground that the
been completed
when  the  assessment  was placed on
the   building.
The    wires    crossing the     Fraser,
a river bridge for tne high tension ser-
vice of the B. C. E. R. will be placed   	
160 feet above  water level, according  COURT BRUNETTE, NO- 4099, 1 O.K.
COT form  t0 a rei>on of the harbor mast-.-r. li       _jjee.ts :,,e fourth   Friday    In   the
. Y W. Shiles, which the council adopted      month  at    8  o'clock, In  t:._   -::	
as Its basis for arriving at a suitable j    j_all. Oddfellows' block,
height
A- 0   U. W.���FRASER LODGE N
���Meetings the fi^ata nd third 1
day In each month.   Visiting brethren    cordially    invited    to    attend.
Lxige room. A. O. U. W. ball, Odd
fellows' .lock. Clarkson stree:.
An application of Galbralth _ Sons FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
for the lease of porticia of lots form- Aerie N'o. 20.-���Meets every Tuesday
ing part of the Indian reserve in the,    evening  at   .    p.m. in    th-  Eagles
Canada West.
Tht September nur_.er of Canada
West is an interesting one, as much
for  the  dweller   in   tne  country   and
the lover of fiction as for the intend-
vlslt the farthest point north yet re-  ing settler whom it is its mission to
mains _o   m   .   irned-    Tbe Peary ex- reac'h-      The settlement of tne great
Canadian   west,   the   developm-i.it   of
west end for manufacturing purposes
was read, and they will be informed
that they will ibe givita the first option on the property wh-n it is avail-
to be dealt w:tu bv the council.
Residents of Royal avenue between
Seventh and Eighth streets .submitted a proposal for boulevarding the
treet with a central boulevard under
the local improvement plan.
A l.tt-r from George Cunningham
_: Son submitting a tender Ior Jit.
for a new electric light wagon was
referred to tne light:ng committe. to
report.
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL  BRIDGES.
:ition   left   New   York   on   July   7.
190'J,   -n   ��he   good   rtiip   Rooqevelf,
which   the   explorer's   bri-f   telegram
from the far coa-: o_ Labrador    announces is safe.    The Brooklyn physician however set out upon his Q ie_
practically alon-, ,-oir.e months earii.r
and so quietly uid bo un i tentatl   .
did   he   go about   hi -   pei lio is   j. :���
taking that the world in general was
unaware   of   his    going.     Dr.     Cook
i ��� vl.'-d the Pole accompanied onlj    :���
two trust; Esquimaux, These unusual
circumstances of privacy have not unnaturally   produced     ex    ���   slona     of
scepticism in  i gard  to  tbi   a hievi
ment     The  doctor  quite   v     eciati
the  public  demand    for    proof,     but
speaks conflduitly of his  record  being   accurate   and   complete,   I. ling
ci tain that it will .-.-.-:    ��� .
.   world.    Upon  that opinion   the
verdict ol  the general public will  b
��� d.    As  to    Commander    Peary's
kal] heai .-.'v.    . out this
'���*"���'��� be rea bee Chateau Bay, where
be Is due  today  . row.
Ihe discovery i.. of course a wonderful achievement and oi -.... great-
���   '   valu-   to  science,   though   it   has
its natural resources and the march
of progress in Indian affairs Is told
ia .-everal stories, including "W.th the
Invading Yankees," by Walter P. Mc-
Guir-; "Canada's Indian Uplift,'' by
A. Bourg*t and W. M. Yn_ Vai ken-
burgh, and "Manitoba's Fir.-t Homesteader." by John Arbuthnotte. In
fiction there are "The Changeiing,'' by
Madge Macbeth. "Marcel and the
���I. ���." by S E. Ktoer; "The Shadow
Man." by P. Pincu, and "Th- Darkest
." hy B. McM. Bell. Several
well written and distinctly western
��� ��� rses appear throughout the number.
Scaled tenders
undersigned, and
velope,
Another Factor
at loquitlam Lake
addres-ed to the
marked on the en-
Tenders for Steel Bridges,
will be received at tne office of the
commissioners of the Transcontinental Railway, until 12 o'clock noon of
the ->tn day of Sepirmber, 1909, for
the construction and erection of steel
superstructures and floor systems
(with ties and wooden guard rails
complete) required for bridges at tbe
points named below:
District "A
Date
Br-dge. of Completion.
Cains River   Dec. 1, IS IS
South  West Maramichi,
B March 15, 1910.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT Association, Lord of the lsies Camp
1.1���Meets on tbe first and third
Tuesday of every month ln K. of F.
hall.      Chief. W. Suuierland.
. O. O. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. i���Meets in Oddfellows' hall
Columbia street, every Friday even
ing at . o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome. G. E. Oi.l.y,
N. G.: C E Osborne, F G. recording secretary
Mile.
82.0
124.5
X.
133.0
134.07
149.0
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No. 9, A.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge
No. IT. A. F. and A. M. ; L. O L
No. 1150; L. O. I... No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 46S3. I. O. F.; C. U
F. Court Westminster, No. a.h:
Brotherhood   of Owls, Nest   No   2U
(Continued from  Page One.)
cuss this question with you. We
would esteem it a great favor if you
could Inform us tomorrow w_etn<.
the council could meet such a delegation   v  Monday n-ght n-.v.
"W. would suggest that the meeting be held .;. your council in com-
....' ���-... i: you so thought advisable, as
It "*.. ���. i. cessary for us to go thorough!;. Into the plans o: the Vancouver Power Company _ dam at Coquit-
probably very little commercial vai- ]itnj lake, ���_ as to give your council
ue. V,e learn however npon the au- a clear understanding ol our appall     Ity of United Sta-     Atl , ..��� . Gen   '<='������'���
era] Wickersham, that 1- is the InUn-   A1'"' wrltfr,s. wi;'  b" io^rmed that
i,,r   ,,,,      , tne council  will  be pleased  to meet
ion   ol   the   Arn-n-ar;   government   to  -,h,, deputation oa  Tuesday  afternoon
y claim to the new arctic continent next  at   4  o'clock.      Meanwhile  the
Thia would, we believe, be quite in
accordance with the principles of b_-
t-rnati.rial law. But as to whether
lire Unite. States will _l.o lay claim
to the jo,ooo square miles of land
which Dr, Cook claim-, to have- discovered, remains to be seen. Our
impression i- that Canada woald be
entitled to be heard in regard to this.
Still  tht commercial  valu
City engineer will prepar- necessary
information of the scope of the pro-
;/-���-��� l -ntake.
Juniper Brook  ..April 1, I ���:
Odell  Brook	
 ���       emb JMil       ..u
District "D."
62.25   Circle River ..  ..July 1, 1910.
Low Bush River, June 1, 1910
99.0     Brule  Creek   ...April 1,  1910
��� 29    Fredertcho ise   River,     "   "
113.48    Buskgow River April 15, 1910
123.5      Driftwood River,  May l,  1S10.
135.0     Mattagama River. Jcu. 1, 1910
Plans an,! profiles may ,e seen and
full Information obtained at the office
of the Chief Engineer at Ottawa
i.ii-.arif
After contracts are awarded the
successful tenderers must submit designs of all superstructures with
str-.-s sneets all to be in accordance
with tae Specifications of Department
of Railways ar.d Canals of the Dominion Government, H>'>s- The class
rf load to be used is that designated
"Heavy" in  the said specifications.
Tenders will be Deceived for one or
more of the structures required.
Kaeh t-nder must be signed and
sealed by all the I artles to the tender, aid witnessed, and be accompanied by an accepted cheque on a char-
Fraser Miii Stage tered  bank  of  tbe  Dominion  of Can-
Th-    recently    inaugurated     stage ada payable to the Commissioners of
from the  Sapperton  iram terminus to the   Transcontinental   Railway,  for   a
^'ra.^er  Mills  was  brought  to  the no-1 sum equal to five per cent. (5 p.cj oi
tice   of   the  city   council   by   the   ap-,the amount of the tender.
pearance   of   Mr.   Fisher,   who  organ-'     The right Is reserved  to reject any
iz-d   the  service,   to ask   for   the   lm-,or all  tem'^rs.
provement of the roads to help him ,       By oroT.
of the far  in   giving  an    early     service   in  the! P. E. RYAN,
arctic land lg not likely to be great,
and its possession would not bring
any   material   advantages  to  Its  own-
rnornAig. for working men. He
stated lie was running five trips a
day, and just about making expenses.
He wanted an Improved service for
The board of works
suafh creatures !wi"  improve the Distillery  road.
Fire Protection.
Details arising out of the letting o;
contracts    for    pipe    for  the   waterworks  extension   came   under  discus-
-ion.    Aid.   Adams,  chairman   of   the
water  committee,   promised   examination  of  the  matter and  also  to  look
into  the  placing of further hydrants
'for  the  protection   of  the   residential
portions of the city against fire.    Five
hydrants nave recently been added to
the list, and, aa Aid.  Johnstca said,
the    purchase    of
er It is a va.-t region of snow and |e_hlbltlon time.
lee upon which only
as polar l.arg and walrus can contrive to exist, and though the hardy
little E��quimauv might find it in some
way congenial to their habit., and
needs, we may be sure that no other
people will be anxious to settle m this
unkind region.
The location of the North Pole materially     reduces   the   field   for    discovery.    In fact when Lieut. Shackleton perfects his late achievement up- 'are   cheaper   than
on  his next  dash  to  the South  Pole, :h0se'
which he, or perhaps some other ex-1    -,,,     ,       Elsvato'' Site.
plorer is likely to do, there will nrac- '. _,      ���        e  ����� Wattr   l0ts    fornierly j
m_.ii.  , a,-      A  A .belonging   to   the   Westminster   Fruit I
tically be nothing further to discover J Canning company, now owned by the
upon the face ol the globe. Westminster  Elevator  company," Was
confirmed, as a number of necessary
improvements had been made.
Mayor  Keary    and  Aid. Fader  remarked      that     all       encouragement I
should  be  _1ven  to an  i levator here.
practically de-
condition   or' the
Secretary.
The Commissioners of    the Trans-
eiMitinentai 1   llway, Dated of Ottawa,
August  2i,  1,
Schools open on Monday next
and we want all students, both
young and old, to remember
that MOREY'S BOOKSTORE
Is still in the lead with BOOKS
and   SCHOOL   SUPPLIES.
Our scribblers    and    exercise
books   are   the   best  valu.   ever
offered.      Don't    buy   until    you
have seen ours.
TWO  SCRIBBLERS  FOR   5c.
on   Monday  next.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
LAND   REGISTRY ACT.
Great Carpet Displ
SEE  LEE'S WINDOWS  FOR  NEW
ay.
FALL
RUGS
AND
CARPETS
WE WILL BE PLEASED TO  SHOW  YOU  THROUGH
MENSE  NEW  STOCK  AND GIVE   YOU   ALL   THE  ��� ,rn_?      'M
IN   OUR   POWER
PARTMENT
WE  ARE BUSIER
���A" ^ER IN 4T'JN
I   F F y ^fc Furniture Emporium
_____   JL_   JL_I      b*J Le;'s  Block.  Columbl, Street
NEW WESTMINSTER.
����������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������HH^^I
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Aitch-
eson, \V. Pres.; H. Schotield, Secretary.
JOARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Tra :, meets in t-i_
board roon,. City Hall, as foi.ows:
Third Thursday of each montn;
quarterly meeting on the tnird
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novemner, at s p.m. Annual
meetings on the thi: 1 Thursday of
February. New members ms be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly me_ting. C. H
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
WRITING MATERIALS, OFFICE SUPPLIES. BC0.5 PaP��r
MAGAZINES, AND IN FACT EVERYTHING ISlA... KEPt
IN A FIRST-CLASS STATIONERY STORE WILL BE FOUND
IN OUR STOCK. WE CARRY THE LARGEST STOCK IN
THE CITY IN OUR LINE. WE BUY FOR CAS-. DIRECT FROM
THE MANUACTURERS. WE THEREFORE 8AVE YOU MONEY
NO   DISAPPOINTMENTS   IF YOU   DEAL   WITH US
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
SILVERWARE
Sterling Silverware Is the kind you give the bridi
Kir..] to last for lifetimes���fill h"r heart with
Kind to give the couple to cheer them all th. v.    lifi
Kind  that pleases Hubby and also pleases Wife!
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES
$���������������������������������������������������������������������������������*���������������������������������������������������������*���*'. j
: For Tired and Sweaty Feet use]
| RYALUS  FOOT POWDER.   It II
does its work.
IRYALUS
"GET   THE   HABIT"
PLATES
Now', your chance to get Plates
at less than cost. "Emerald"
Breakfast Plates; specia] display
Saturday,
90c
PER DOZEN.
Re par: 12 acres of Dot 17, Group 2
New Westminster District
Whereas proof of the loss of cortl-
ficate of title number 23.6F l3sued
In the name of John Bernard John-
Btm, has been filed in this office
Notice is hereby gflven that I shall,
at the expiration 0f one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a dally newspaper published in
the city of New Westminster, is��ue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made t0 me In writing.
C S. Keith,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Office, New Westminster, B.  C, August  30   1909
THE DRUGGIST AND {I
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
�������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������
��������������������� i
PRIEST  AND BURGLARS
FIGHT DAYLIGHT DUEL
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the Bame
Jackson,   Mich,   Sept.   7.-Standtag IU ^ an U1,1,i1' ,ask
.    ., ,   . , 6 pendent upun  the cor
in the open window of his house yes-  river.
terday,   Rev.   Joseph   F.   Herr,  pastor j Miscellaneous.
of St. Joseph's Polish Catholic church,' The "Canada" Newspaper company
engaged in a revolver battle with two will be supplied with new photos Of
burglars be had surprised  while they: the city.
ESTABLISHED.
1691
were robbing his house.
Several applications   for   remission I
INCORPORATED
1905.
Trade Marks
Designs
Antono.ending . lMJh !25___S5_TS! AC*
.olcklr Mcertain muiWnlon __ __ '.   ,n*T
ln��en,|r,i It prob.i.-.w Jill ..'yy^.T -'''>���������'*n
tloniRlrlctlrronlldc,;,,. ,^   u.i.  ,nn�� '""'"""K-a-
Pntent. taken Kro5eS%SS^M��"'*
tnruunottct, withoutcb"r_e, li_tfa4-0' r"el���
Sporting Goods
THE SEASON FOR SHOOTING DUCKS AN DEER. ETC'
OPENS  ON   SEPTEMBER   1 N
TRY US FOR REQUIREMENTS IN THE GUN, AMMUNITI
OR SPORTING GOODS LINE, AS W AR CARRYING A FULL A
COMPLETE   STOCK   AT   LOW    PRICES.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limjjgi
Columbian Colleg
Scientific tfrnericatt.
band_mel. Il)u_ravi'  "V __**"������
cnlaiivD of any Bdemldo i,,���V;,i    nSSS _i_
������� ��_oe, _B F ft. WutSi!K'*
iston. n. c.
Fall Term Begins Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9 A
M.
Full bualn.ss course;  modern methods���two practical i"st     h00i
We teach  Music, Art,  University    High    School    and    P"bl|c ��"
courses. ,      ,0 ,t_.
Ten experienced lnstructors__Gymnasium instruction giv"
dents free of charge.    For ratet for board or tuition apply t0
W.   J.   SIPPRELL,   Principe'-
. ..li gESDAV, SEPTEMBERJ^
THE  DAILY   NT^WS.
PAGE FIVE.
a ae
NTS       FoR    STANDARD        PATTERNS.
GORDON'S
Big Dry Goods House
SPECIAL SHOWING OF NEW DRESS      FABRICS      FOR      FALL.
ATIN DUCHESS CLOTH, CHIFFON   BROADCLOTHS,   INVISIBLE
CHECK AND STRIPE SATIN   CLOTHS,  FRENCH   SERGES.
NEWEST SHADES, PRUNULA, WISTERIA, CARROT, TAN,
BR0WNS, MOLE GREY, SERPENT GREEN AND BLACK. PRICES
RANGE FROM, PER YARD
75c to $2.50
DRESSMAKING DEPARTMENT OPENS TODAY, MISS WALlM-
SLEy   |N   CHARGE.
SPORTING NEWS
C__UAKY HAS ONLV 1909 CHAMPIONSHIP
1.0 DAVS TO DECIDE       SIXTH TIME RUNNING
WHERE?
At the Leading Furniture House, the place to save_money.
Prices lower than the lowest. QUALITY IS OURS. It
will Ipay you to see our stock before buying your House
Furnishings.
Tke Fashion Centre
Friday of Present  ^e*k Dat= Set For Salmo" Bellies Have Headed B. C. L.i
Answer aB to Dat���� For Playing       ,    A. Thirteen Times Sine, Hs Foun.
Cup Games. | dati0n-  Vancouver Five,
Th��� attention  of  lacrosse    fans  In !    This ye_f make, Ihe sixth consecu-
this city at the present time is een- live year iu whicu New Westminster
tred upon the outcome of he OUIgary  has held  the Shamplonshlp in  Uie ii-
Challenge tor the Minto cup.      I����e. IC.  L  A.       The  Salmon   Bellies  have I
ting  dat,-��  on   which  tb.   local  stub now all  told  held th,-  championship
would be willing to play for the vice* thirteen times since the foundation oi |
renal   silverware   Secretary   Ryall   no-  the li. C. L- A.      Vancouver has held:
titled the officials of thi   Calgary club  it   livo   times,    and    Victoria,   which
that  thn  Salmon   Bellies   would   look  dopped  out    some    years ago,  twice.-j
Westminster disput-�� the award of
1.04, which they claim did not fultil
conditional.
The   holders   of   the   'Championship
for Uie various years sinew 1800, when i
the club was toisided, are as follows: i
Champions.
 Victoria |
 Vancouver|
 Vanoouver
 Victoria
 New Westminster
 New   Westminster
W. E. FAI FS 612-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE  176.
NIGHT CALL 81.
for ;ui aswer, definitely stating whet.
V ur nol the m>��i from the Foothill
city would visit New Westminster, by
Friday of the present week. Up to
the present nothing has been heard
from Calgary, and the general opinion
in this city is that the Calgary club
las thought better of the matter, and
taken the advice of their leading
paper,  the  Albertan,    winch   advised
NEXT TO CITY HALL.
1 It will pay to buy your groceries from
C. B. DEANS
Yea*
11890
1-891
] them not to try coDSttulcus with tfte|1893
!| veterans of this ciiy. 1894
There is yet  a  poss&illty, however. 1895
i|that the   Calgarlans   may   decide to 1896
'wl :, team west.     Com Jones, presl-  1897
ident of the Vancouver club, received   L89S
::,. letter from    the secretary of    the  1-899
11 Calgary  organization   last   week stat- 1900
1_C thai the club would send a team  19<K
[Ito the coast to play New Wesmlnster 1903
���jand  asking   for   dates   in   Vancouver. 1908.,
,It in understood  that  if the Calgary 190*
men  do  milk,-  the  journey   they  will   190b
pla-/ in the Terminal City. 1906
 . 1907
1908
I Il.ll..I _\llll.li   llllrlUM. I ! 1909
..New
. New
..New
. -New
.New
. . New
"
_->- ___'   m i   ~i k^r
Canadian or Carnation   Wheat
Flakes, pi r   pkg 35c
Schilling's   Best    Bakin��   Powder, per tin 25c and 40o
Wheat Flakes  In bulk.   4  lbs.
Chicken Soup,  2  tin. for  ..15c
Golden   West    Baking Powder,
11 oz. tin 20c
Clark's Pork and Beans, 3 cans
This is a good baking powder.
Frvsh   Ground   Coffee,     special
20-pound sack sugar $1.20
LOi\li-_TA_DIN(i QUARREL
COMES TO A CLOSE
..Xew
.New
. . New
.New
.New
. .Vancouver
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster
Westminster!
Westminster
Westminster
.. .Vancouver
.. .Vancouver
Westminster
Westminster
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six Races Daily,  Rain   or   Shine.
Races start at 2:30 P. M.
TRAOVS   LEAVE   CARRALL STREET DAILY AT 1:00 AND 1:30 P.
M.    FHFTEEN-MlfliUTE   SERVICE    FROM    GRANVILLE    STREET
STATION.
FIRED   VOLILEY
INTO BALLOON
Westminster i
Westminster
|C. A. A.. U. and A. A. F. C.  Decid: to
Bury Hatchet and Unite as Amateur Athletic Union.
Easter-brook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL *7.25  P��r  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl-
HINDOO  FLOUR $4-50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & fn FLOtm AND FKED MEKCHAXTa-
FRONT STREET. New  Westminster. Telephone S33.
What Grade of Watch
Do you require? Something high-class
from $60 to $85 or just a knock-around
watch from $1.25 to $2.00, or perhaps
a moderate-priced one from $12.00 to
$20.00? Whatever you want in the
watch line, we can suit you���and guarantee them, too.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Ottawa, Sept. 7.���After several
years of di��t__an_e ot athletic principles the Canadian Amateur tAhletic
union and ilie. Amateur Aihlet.c federation of Canada have at last
reached a mutual and satisfactory
settlement ��jf their diiliciilties at the
conference between representatives 01
the rival athletic bodies held yesterda.}- afternoon at the Russell house,
and lusting between four and five
hours. The C A- A. U. and the A-
A. !���'. (.'. burled the hatchet, so to
speak, and agreed to unite on a national body tor uhe government of
amateur athletics in Canada, The
organization of such a body means
that there will br- peace tor ever between the C. A. A. U. and the federation. By amalgamating tne two
bodies will work tn harinoiy and in
unison, having in vi,w the furthering ot amateur athletics trom the Atlantic to the Pacific. The new body
will ,be known as the Amateur Athletic  Union of (.'lunula.
The affiliation of the rival governing uoilies came as tJ_, result of the
efforts of Dr. Fred. J. Tees oi Mont-
iva.. who Eor some time has acted as
the moving spirit im the matter. All
differences have been satisfactorily
adjusted, and in the future amateur
anilities In the Dominion will be governed bv tne. Amateur Athletic Union
Of Canada. Athletes belonging to the
C. A. A. U. or the A.. A. F. C. will
henceforth '- allowed to compete
with or agaiust each other. It was
decided to make concessions lor one
year toward amateurs who wish Hi
play with or agaixist professional
hockey players.. An amateur will be
allowed to compete with or against
professional lacrosse players until
I such time as the board of governors
of tiie new body deems tit to make a
i change, provided he obtains special
permission ;md does not accept money
or prizes for his work in such games.
Officers of both the C. A. A. U. and
the federation were delighted with
the success nf their confernoe, and
the news ot Uie outcome of their
meeting wl!1 undoubtedly be hailed
with d, Ught _y athletes in all parts
of Canada.
Berlin, Sept.. 7.���An astoiMiding <i-t-
Westmlnster |rage has heen perpetrated on'a party
ofl ballocsiists bj. the Russian fronth-r
guards at thP village of Prz,��Iaika, ia,
jStbsia.      In  tha .mall  hours of  the
V. Cii-DIM.' .   DMW.      .r0SOfaB a Ger""'to' ba"��on' wUh f��Ur
14.ul_.nUAl 0>   HAI I Ml        ^occupants,  was  crossing  the  frontier,
I when, the Russia* guards opened a
ie-w.y fire on It. The balloon was
forced to descend immediately, three
of tin aeronauts being killed outright -And the remaining one seriously
injured. An even more amazing feature of the case li>����� iln a later ties-
sage tot���e effect than the balloon *-'as
still oror German territory when the
fatal   _iw3  were  firtit
The regular meeting of the Bartenders' International League, Sunday,
September Bth, ha3 been postponed
to Sunday, September 12th, at which
meeting business requiring tlie attendance of every member will be
transacted.
SAM   GILES,   President.
P.  PAULSON,   Secretary.
sell-
La
j    FIRST   RACE���Five   furlongs
ing, two year olds.
1,   Orsidora;   2,   Daddy  dip;
! I'etite.
SECOND      RACE���Five      furlongs,
selling,  three  .war olds  aud up.
L,  Little   Fannie;   '��,  Lord   Provost;
3, Dandy Fine.
THIRD   RACE���Six   furlong.,   selling, tout year olds and up.
1, Chaplet; 2, Bucolic;  3, Nellie Ku.-
t-iii. .
FOURTH    RACE���Seven    furlongs,
selling, three year olds and   _y.
1.  Burleigh;   2,   Beau  -Man.;   :'.,   Re-
doido.
FIFTH RACE���Six furlongs, selling,
four year olds and  up.
1, Queen Alamo; 2, May SutJ-on; li,
Zelina.
SIXTH   RACE���Mile   und     one-sixteenth, selling, three year olds a_d up.
1. l__na;  2, Frieze;  i, Footloose,
TEN DOLLARS REWARD.
F��_- information leading to the arrest
and' conviction of the parties who
broke into the dressing-room of the
West End Lacrosse Club at Moody
Square and stole certain articles
therefrom.
LUNGHI   BREAKS  RECORD
FOR  700-YARD   RACE
New York, Sept. 7.���That two world
amateur athletic records were broken
pi_ one flay was auuounct-,1 officially
at Celtic park yesterday afternoon at
the completion of the Labor Day
gam-* of tht, Irish-American Athletic
club.
Milo Luughi, the Italian champion
runner, lin.siied the 700-yarcLrace ton
iyards _iead of Bromilow of me irish-
American A. C, who finished second.
The linie was 1:27 2-5. The best pre-
j viotis figure was 1:81, made,, hy Lone
Meyers at Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
September 10,  1SS2.
I The secoid record was made by
John ,1. Miller of tlle Irish-American
A, C, over the low hurdles at 120
yards in 14 2-5 seconds, beating Al.
Copelaji(vs time of 11 3-5, made twenty one years ago.
Platte Adams Of the New York A.
A covered 1^ feet 4 1-2 inches In the
standing hop, step and jump, the best
i figure for which was reached iby J.
���Cosgrove at Albany, N- Y,, April 25,
1S94, irhen he made 30 feet 3 inches.
!*����������������������������������������������������������������������������� ���������������������������������������������������
Electric Railway Service \
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Interurban Line.
Cars  for Vancouver   and   way
station, will  run every half
bour   frum   5,r)0   a   m     Lagt
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
" i.m.
U-.30
Cars I
twe
save  the
depot   every
    for both Sap-
Pwton and city limits over the
cl'y line.
nty   minutes
City  Line:   Cars  leave  tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes   after,   and  forty   minutes |
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m   I.
��� I
Sapperton   Line:   Cars
leave ���
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after ��
the hour,  commencing  at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hoimy^
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. I>
ni
t British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
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^VFRTISE IN THE NEW.
CHOOSE SOCCER TEAM
FOR  CALIFORNIA  TOUR
Last night tlie selection committed
having in hand the choosing of the
British Columbia soccer team which
will t.dr California thls fall met at
the National Sports club and selected
the players. The team which was
selected is as follows:
Goal, Beany, Victoria.
Backs, McLean, Vancouver; Hewitt,
Nanaimo; Rogers, Ladysmith; Lorl-
mer Victoria.
Halfbacks ��� Graham, Vancouver;
Knowles, Vancouver; Brass , Ladysmith.
Forwards���Blundell, Nanaimo; Robertson, Westminster; Adam. Ladysmith; Hooper, Westminster; Cruick-
shank, Nanaimo; Pearson, Seattle;
McGuire, Ladysmith.
Spares���McLeod, Ladysmith; Walker and Mitchell, Nanaimo.
Mr. Will Ellis will manage the tour,
while J- Eno of Ladysmith will 'be
trainer, lf Mr. Ellis Is unable to go,
Mr. UK-ksley will manage the team.
Sermon  at  a   Prizefight.
Omaha, Neb., Sept. 7.���First delivering a short sermon and the�� singing
a hymn, the Rev. "Kid" Wedge called
time in the twelve-round mill between
Dick Fitzpatrlck of Chicago and Guy
Buckler of Omaha, last Saturday
night. The fight was wan iby Buckler, who had tho better of it from
start to finish.
JUNIORS   PLAY   HARD   GAME.
East End and Fourth Street Teams
Meet in a No-score Game.
The junior teams representing the
East End and Fourth street played
another bard game at the Queen's
park oval last evening. Neither
team scored and after an hour's hard
work, the match was declared a draw,
lt will be played off liuer.
The teams lined up as follows:
East End���Goal, S. Mortison; point.
Day; cover point, Sait; defence held,
Watson, Henderson, Angus; centre,
Knudson; home field, Pottlnger, Pent-
land, Sinclair; outside home, MacKenzie;  inside home, Dawe.
Fourth Street���Goal, Stoddart;
Point, W. Mortison; cover point, Archibald; defence field, Forrester, K
Gunn, Turnbull; centre, Doherty;
home field, Funis, M. Mortison, Murray; outside, Bent; Inside, Armstrong.
H. Gifford a,cted as referee.
At the close of the gatne it was decided that tbe two clubs jointly extend a challenge to the West End
juniors, champions of the city league.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturers and Dmtuere m AB Kn*a   et
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxe��.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New* Westminster
Great Avattion Match.
London, Sept. 7���The contract for
the much discussed aviation match
between Blerlot and Hubert Latham
has been signed. The contest will
take place at Wembley Park between
October 15 and 30. The winner of the
��ontest wlll receive $20,000 nnd the
loser  $5,000.
Abe Attell Beat. Ed Kelly.
Pittsburg, Pa.. Sept. 7.���Abe Attell,
featherweight champion of the world,
last night outbox-d Eddie Kelly, the
Buffalo newsboy in a six-round bout
before the American Athletic dub at
Luii a park.
that you may be the next one to meet with an automobile accident or that your car may meet with a
mishap?
You had better take out that policy of motor
car or accident insurance now.
Call for a useful office necessity given away
FREE.
ALPRED   W.   McLEOD
THE INSURANCE MAN,
Phone 62. 657 Columbia Street.
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PAGE SDC.
THE  DAILY NEWB.
WEDNESDAY,  SEptEmS_r -    ,
Advertising Debenture By
Law, 1909.
A By-law to eaable the Council o'.
the City of New Westminster .o r��tte
ky  loan  the  SB_i o:   B*>m   Thousand
($4000 00J   Doilar_  for th�� purpos_ of
adTer-Jiine tie City.
\v__r.__ it .s fc_pell-;_: ::��� ei;*__
t:-.e .__. of Poor Thoi_aad ($4'>00.u0j
_>o_;a.-= bl ��:���-:���-���. the City an.
that :r.e .-I; --���'"-��� - - - . r^ii.-d o_
t_e credit o_ the Corpora", on
A_d Wherani  it appears '-ii'. :
Sum    of   Four    _:..-=__.:
Dollars   be   appropriated
and Police Court Room, and t* use
ti__t posthw of the Civic B_--_?
row used for thc_e purposes, tor other
purpC'-.. a?.-', to expand 'n the erection of tbe eaid bu:lding the sum of
S:x Thousand ($8000.00) Dolaars, and
tbat :..c _aid sum should be raisrd o_
:__ credit of the Corporation.
And Wbenas, It appears tha: ::' tbs
sum of Six Thousan i ($000,001
Lc-llar. :-e appropnated from "e
general revenue of the Ci'.y for the
current ;-ear the ra'e of taxation will
-.. .:v--.;i'i. a;i i: is e_p*_ie_: tit-t
excess re taxation s_ould oe
:. :    ind  -.:.-.   .^ii  sonl should be
-   .  ��� r-d:t  of  tie   COT! M_
-.      ... tbat dtebentontfi sioa.;  -e
l$4000.00J  issued for tha: amount.
from    tie     Asi.  whereas, for the payment C
thi
genera.1
curr-rLt
rerenne of
"ear the rate
,'i.y  for Uie
iaxation wi..
Interest
to be i
.....-���
be   debentures  P' .-:,:--
Is  3y-Law, a*d
;  -.-:
be excessive, and It is expedient tbat for cr.a-.ing n-Inkingfund forthepay-
such excessive t__aticTi sfcoold .e mer.t of tbe said debentures whendue.
avoided, aci the said som riwold '--- h will _e necessary to r.ise by ?pe. a;
rais-i on the cr- lit of the Cor;.or_- rates, in additon to all ether rates
tion, snd tbat debentaros should be e_ch ye_r dnrin_ the currency of tbe
l_..-ri fc.  that amount. said  debenture*,   the  sur;:  o:   Three
And, Whereas, for the payment of Hundred and Fifty-three ar.: 19-100
lct��r��: on the debentures propc-ed . ;- Dollars.
to ie issued unier this By-Law, and And, Whereas, in order to raise ti:
for creating asinkingfund forthepay- said yearly sum i t Tl ----- Hundred and
ment of the said deien'.ures when c---- Fifty-three and 19-100 ($353.19) Doi-
lt will be nec-ssary to raise by special  lars an equal -:���_;_��� rate on the dol
rates, in add;t��n to all other rates, ; :   ...;;
each year during the currency of ths -ie wholi
said det_ntures, the sum of Two H..-
dred     ani     Thirty-Five     and    40-100
($235.46]  Dollars-
And,   Whereas,   in   order   to   raise
r ���.; .:red  to  be  lev:-. :   ��� ".
-_��� -.  .-    property of the
City of New  Westminster.
And. Whereas, the whole rateabh
property Df fe sail City, accordin?
to  tbe  last   revise:   assessment   roi
th. said yearly sum of Two Hun- thereof, is Five Millions Tr.r__ Hundr.! and Th-.-ty-Five and 46-100 dred and Ninety-One Thousand Four
($235.46J Dollars an eqnal special rate Hundred   and  Forty-Five  ($5,391,448.
on tbe dollar will  ie  required to  be
levied on the whole rateable property
of the City of New Westminster;
And, Viereas, tie whole rateable
property cf tie said City, according
to the last revise! assessment roi.
thereof,  is Five Mi-lions, Thre* Hun
00)  Dollars,
And, Whereas, tie total amonnt r'
ti. existing debenture de t of the
said Cit? Is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousar.d. Une
Hundred ($1,219,100.00. Dollars irrespective of the sun of Three Hundred
')
Dollar- propos i to b. raise: nn
der the "Hospital Debenture By-law
the total amo'j:- i I 1 ."���" th*- "Waterworks Debenture By-
Jaw IS I," -be .-ree- Improvement
Two Hun- By-law 1909,'' the Incinerator Ue-
benture By-law ! 109." and the "City
Gaol    Debenture    Bv-law    1505,''    or
inter-
dred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four and Ninety-Two Thousand   ($392,
Hundred   and   Forty-F-ve   ($5,391.44"
OO.i  Dollars.
And, Whereas
tbe   existing    debenture  de.'.t  o
said City is One Million
dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand.    One
Hundred   t$1.21..1'.'0.00i   Dollars   Irn
spective of the stun of Three Hundred which none of the principal o
and Ninety-four Thousand ($394-000.- .-- Is in arrears.
00; Dollars proposed to . raised 'in- Now therefore the Municipal rounder the "Hospital Debenture By-law Cil of the Corr.oration of the City of
1909," the "Waterworks De ntn .. By New Westminster enacte as follows:
law 1909," the "Street Improvement 1. it .shall be lawful fer the Mayor
By-law 1909," tbe "Incinerator Le- of tbe -aid City to raise by way or
benture By-law 1909," an] the "City loan from any person or persons, body
Gaol Debenture By-law VjOi." ol or -olies corporate, who may be wlll-
whlcb none of lie principal or inter- ing to advance the same on the cr
est is In arrears. of the debentures,    hereinafter men-
Now thi More the Municipal '.'oun- tioned, a��v sum or sums of mon^y.
cll o; the Corporation of the City of not exceeding in the whole the sum
New Westminster enacts as follows:    of-   Sl_    Thousand   ($6000.00)   Dollars
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor and to cause th<; same to be Paid Into
of the said City to raise by way of the Treasury of the said City for the
loan from any person or persons, bod    purposes mentioned herein.
or bodies corporate, who may be will- 2. It shall be lawful for tb.e Mayor
lng to advance the same on the credit to r-aus. any number of debentures
of the debentures, hereinafter men- to be made, not exceeding ln the
tioned. any sum or sums o: money, whole the sum of Six Thousand
not exceeding in the whole tbe *nm ($6000.00) DolLars. for such sums ot
of Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars money as may be required, not less
and to cause the same to be Paid into than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
the Treasury of the ---aid City for the ���--. ressed in pounds sterling ot the
purpoi-e.. mentioned herein. United Kingdom of Great Br.tain and
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to th-?
to onus.- any number of debentur _ pound sterling; and all such debent-
to be made, not exceeding ln the ures shall be sealed with the S-.-al
whole the sum of Four Thousand of the Corporation Blgned by tie
($4000.00) Dollars, for such sums '': Mayor and countersigned by tbe
money as may be required, not less Treasurer thereof, or by such other
than $100.00 each, or an equlval-nt person or persons a., may be the.--
expressed   ln   pounds   sterling  of  the un'o lawfully authorized.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and' 3. The said debentures shall be
Ireland, at a value of 4.-66 to the payable on the first day of July 1959
pound sterling; and ail such debe.it- at such place or places as the Coun-
ures shal) be sealed with ti-.- S--al cil of the said Corporation may from
of the Corporation signed by the time to time appoint, with the ap-
Mayor and countersigned by tbe proval of the holders thereof, and
Treasurer thereof, or by such oth r shall have attached to them coupons
person or irersons as may be there- for the payment of interest at tie
unto lawfully authorized. rate of five per centum ; er annum on
H. The said debentures shall be the amount thereof, which interest
payable on the first day of July 1.5J.    ball  be pava-.le half yearly on  the
at such place or places as tbe Council of tie- said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, w.th the approval  of the  holders    thereof,    ani
shall   have  v ���'���..��� ;   '     tb  :.  cupotis
for tbe payment it in-e.-*--,t   at tae
ra'. of five pei
the  amount   thereof,    which   Int* -   I
im of January and the first day of
uiy. in each and every year, and the
aid coupons shall be signed by the
aid  Mayo-.
4. A specia! rate on the do.lar
hall   be   levied   and   raised   in  each
ar. in addition to all ether rat _
on  -:11  rateabl.   property of  the  Cit
shall   be  payable l.alf yea-. he suffli    nl to pay tbe Interest on  the
first of January and tiv flrst   :      oi debentures   and   to  create a  sinking
July. In each  u        ery year an    ti     fund for -be payment ol   be princi] i
said ooopon, shall  be signed  by -be tbereol when Ine, subject to arv  Act
said Mayor. or ei    ti   ������ .-   meeting the same.
4.   A _    rate on --      .'.    So Ject as aforesaid, there stall
shall   be  tented   snd   raised   Is eacl   be r ���   a.   ly  by specia:  ra-.es
y-e-ar.  In addition   to all   other  rates, a lng the currency ri
on    .   - ��� property of tbe Cil     tbi ���������-.-      -  ..      a of Three
���oil             Interest <     the Hui |       <i)   Dollars   for   the
de ��� ��� ��� ���   ���     ore ' ......   ..  ,,. interest thereon   and the
fund for I nt < fty-Thi 19.100 ($51.19)
the* - Dollars to p��    .1- tor the yment
Or    ' -v. '/.':.-
I r        ������-:-���' ihe sale of tn?
br-   - :-.  i   I.    rites   l    :    .    ent   res be   applied   a."
as   .     - ' , of follows   and  not ol Towanis
these ' paying the cost of  the    passing   or
Boi rs for  tbe t;i=   By-law   and   the   Issue  and  a
pay-- ���      of 1 ���������.-������    sad ine  of the    i     attires therein    -f rred to.
iv        '       Tbil     ?'. ���        and      40-100      7.    Tl.is By-taw Bhall take effect ��n
($35.46)   Dol to   provide   for  the the 26th. day of Augusi 1909, and may
tepayi eni  ol   tbe  principal be cited  a    I      "City Jal] Debenture
I     '.'   ���-   proc 'rds of the sal* of tn��  By-law.   1909."
ile ���   ���   re    - all  !*��  applied  a.      8    This   i .--law  before   tbe    fina;
'v.'i   r.ot  ��� ���;.���-wis...:   Towards  pass'ng thereof,  shall  receive the as
be    pas- ng    of  s��-nt of tbe electors of th* said  City
foi
t-a-'l-..'   -.-.    <���-' .    o
thts   By-law   a-d   'be  lss-:e  and  sa
of tbe debenture, therein referred to.
"��� Tils Bylaw shall take effect on
the 2"th. day of August 1909, and may
t>_ cited as the "Advertising By-law
190S."
8. This By.law befor. the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electon. of th. said City
ln   th<;  manner required  by  law.
Received the assent of the electors
Oi the 2.th day of August, 1909.
Reconsidered  and  finally passed  fn
open council  tho -Oth day of August,
1905.
W. A. DUNCAN,       W   H. KR.RY,
[L.S.] City Clerk. Mayor.
City Gaol Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
in   th��-   n arn'-r  required   by   law.
1909
Received the assent of the electors
imi th- L'.'.th day of August. 1909.
Reconsidered  and  finally passed  In
opf-n  council the 30th dav of August.
1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,        W. H. KEARY.
[L.8.] City Clerk. Mavor.
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
Thousand f$.34.00. 00.   Dollars.
And Wi��r��_. It appears '-hat if the
���__��� ot Two Hundred and Thirty-
.--,_.- Thousand t $234-001 EX>.__rs
be appropriated from the gener-aJ
revenue of tbe City for rhe current year tie rate of taxation wM
:��e excessive, and it is expedient that
ei?_-ve taxation sboui d be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on the credit of the Corpora-
������:���".. izi tbat debentures shou.d be
issued for that amount.
And. Whereas, for ti. payment of
interest on the debentures prcpoeed
to ie issued under this By-Law, ani
for creating asinkingfund for-.-.e-ay-
ment of the said dubWitam wb _ dne
It will be necessary to raise Dy ep?. al
rates, in addition to all other ba--' =
e-ach year during the currency of the
s_:.i de;entures, tie sum of Thirteen
Thousand, Seven Hnndred and Ser-
e-.-.y-Four and 52-100 (J13.774-52) Dollars.
An-:. Whereas, In order to raise tie
said yearly sum of Thirte^-n Thousand
Seven Hnndred and Seventy-Four and
52-100  ($13,774X21    Dollars    an equal
- al rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on the whole rate-
-   propel ty. of   tie   CY  ot   New
- - ��� .i.-..-ter;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said City, according
to the last revised as-escm*nt roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hun-
Jred ar..; Nir.ety-One Thousand. Four
Hnndred and Forty-F:ve ($5,391.-445-
���I     Dc lars.
And. 'Whereas, the total amount or
tbe existing debenture debt of the
said City is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00] Dollars irrespective- of the sum of Or.e Hundred
and   Sixty-Four   Thousand    ($164,000.-
' ' Dollars proposed to be raised un-
���y- the "Hospital E>ebenture By-law
19 -" tb. "Waterworks Debenture B--
law 1909." tbe "Street Improvement
By-law 1909.' the 'Incinerator De-
bentnre By-law 1909.' and Tbe "Cty
Del nture By-law 1909,'' of
wb:ch none of the principal or In'- r-
est is In arrears.
Now therefore -he Municipal Council of 'be Corporation of 'he City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1- It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to rai=e by way of
-. from any person or persons. ' od
-.-    odles cor:orate, who ma..    -.  '��������� -
.ing to advance the same on the credit
of the  debentures,    hereinafter men-
tkraed,  any  sum  or  sums of money.
not  exceeding in  ihe  whole the sum
of    Two    Hundred    and    Thirty-Four
Thousand   ($234,000)   Dollars, and  to
tbe   same   to    be   paid   into
the Treasury of the said City for tne
purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures
to   be   made,    not  exceeding  in   the
sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,0* '
Dollars, tor such sums of money
as may b. required, not lees
^han $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed in pounds sterling of th-3
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall be sealed witn the Seal
of tbe Corporation signed by the
Mayor ar.'l countersigned by tbe
Tr_isurer th-rtof, or by such other
person or persons as may be tb re-
un'o  lawfully authorized.
3. Tha said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 195'J.
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
shall hare attached to them coupons
for tbe payment of interest at tne
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which interest
shall be payable half yearly on "-'-
first of January and the first day of
July, in each and every year, and the
said coupons shall be signed by the
said  Mayor.
4. A special rate on ihe dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
year, in addition to all other rates,
on all rateable property of 'he City,
sufficient to pay the interest on the
de entures, and to creat.. a sinking
fund for the payment of tbe ; r,ncipa:
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5- Subject as aforesaid, ihPre shall
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during -j.e currency of
tbe said debentures, the sum" of
Eleven Thousand Seven Hundred
($11 700) Dollars for the payment of
Inten il - a eon : 1 ' the sum of Two
Thousand avi Seventy-Four and 52-
100 ($2074.52) Dollars to provide for
tho repayment of the principal.
6. The ; roc eds of the saie of the
said   debentun ���   shall   b-'i  applied
follows,  and not otherwise:   Towards
paying  the  cost of  the    ;as-:ng   or
this   By-law  and  ihe  issue and   ss
of tl ���     ���     ntures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
���', -5th. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as t,he "Waterworks Deben-
1 By-law,  1909.'
8. .bia By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the as-
Bent of the electors of the said City
In   the   manner require!  bv  l?w,
Received the assent of the electors
_i the 26th day of August, 1909.
Reconsidered  and  finally passed  in
I open council the 30th dav of August
1909.
W. A. DUNCAN,        w. H, KEARY
[L.S.] City Clerk. Mayor.
��� ���__ ra'e- cf t_x_::cn w:..
and -���- -s _i;-e-i:ec: thai
-..axa-.;;���_    snoull    i-*
-_ _.,=   ._  -.:.. credit of the  Corpora- f,..-..   .
don   sad  that debentures should  be g ,-
i_s.- :  '.  - vnount.                                 ... .;
int   Whereas,  for the  payment ot g
tatere-t ���   debentures proposed Tbiiy _.-���  A
e to be - r thls *_***��� Md Te_
for   -. - -:r.gfund forthepay- -
~_y - :���   ��� n'.ures when d .-
v ntures   aropaa_d it will . tnxj to raise by speva,
.. ^'ni-r this  Bv-Law,  ani  r_:.s    In ' "  '��  &U  otti*r rat*s-
-.-.-sngfund for tne pay- ...            - ' -e currency of the
tebentares w_t_dae  ..-.-: I   en the tnm of Six rboo-
raise br apeeMl band -'��� and   Twenty-two
a .    ::..: rates    }-" ...
curr nt ye^r
be ta.wirt -
sucn   exe����*re
avo:ti^-i   --- *e sa;d s~ 5So��-:-  -'
rai^ai  ,n  tie cri:  of  ti-  Ccryo-a
*-ior..  snd  :-"--'-  debftwres  sn:..:
iss.ei  for  tbat  __.--'���-..
..._���    . bereas   fer  t..e  payment o
in'-' -
to be
for    re
nent
j, trOl   e " '    *mjy '���'
on to
-
Bosi ta
-
StreO-
1     V
.
tbe curr_sc- of 'h?     An: '        In order to raise the
,                  rea. tbe sum of Seven. -1 -   ��� sum ot Blx Thousand One
Y-                     -x    .r.v.    _-.;    __.;   .. -.. .   Tw-nty-two   ($6,l22."'i|
t -          Dollar* D_:_r- . ial    spec al
���    a-    - c-ier tc -.-.:-- tn- the dollar ^e required to    'oe
���   s-r.-'-^r.  Hun- le. ed oc    '��� whole rateabl. property
: .'���-    and     .-������-     of ihe - Westminster;
Wi-v the   whole   ra-
Incinerator Debeoture ft.
Law, 190.,   "
a.'.. re rly
S;x"
,.--  " '���     -'-   - -;:a.  -.        ���    :-
-   -.     be  re;ured  to  be propertj   of ���_<    -aid   City,  according
rateabl. property :o   ���  ���        [revised   sasessment    roi
. .   .  :������-���::..r.v-r I     - "���    ���  n^  Tbr^e   Hun
tbe   whole   rateabfe :r- I  si I   S     I   -Oae Thousand. Four
���    laid   City,  aeeor::-- .       Ired   U��d   Fcrty-Five   ($5,391.41.-
, - . =ei   sasassmeni   ro. ���      I
.-
A   Bj I ���-''���   i
'   ' '
(��20,oi ;. 1   . ���    - .1
V . ':.--=9
V-:     "-    '���'
'���    ���������''    '    - /'f
the   Co
v.-.  ������   -. y-.    MUUou   Ti r��� Hun-     An reas. the total amount ot sv
--UCtjjn of I
aty tSoJI
I
Mr.'-ty-One- Ti- isaad. Four the   es               ���   enters de: t  of  th�� ref-ise at
nd   Forty-Fire   (f5.391.-tf    sa: I            .-           Million.    Two Hun- Ea-d   ($2
.���A, D-��    n                                           J-->i   u��d   '��� ���     ���:.   Tbonsai i.    une And v.  ...
.-   the total amount    I  Bui I"- I     .1,219,10.   0)   Dollars   irre- sum 0. Twentj   .
-  enters   let* of th   ;     "���������    I '     mm of Two Hundred ijuii^r.     ..
,                    .     :. .  Million.    Two Hun   and   No               r  Tbo isan i   ($291.'.'"'
teen   Ws :-���'        One         Dollars pt      1 d to be raised un
��� {I.:-:           I>iar^   .---       -                      I   Debenture   By a^ ... ,.. ....
nt
H .:  In  I
' *   Iron   ,j,
genera,  rtn :.        ( .. .     ���
curr.:,- yen. <*otta_tjm,rt_
���     be ex ��� I lt li -���,. 1    .' _'
ipecUvi  of the sum of Three Hundi   ' 1909." I I rworks Debenture By- such   excessivi '       lw
:   Sixty-Eight   Tl
l Dollars 1 -op< a d I
-    ie   "Hospital   Debe
���'���   ��� '   rh.- "V.' ������-!
taw  19 9."   -he "Street   [mprorement which none of the principal or lnt-r-     A-,.   y...
By-law   1909,"    th*    "Ir.clr.--_-. r  De- �����.  is  In  arrears. |nter<   I
benture  By-law  1909."  and the  ' C-tv      Now  therefore '-he Municipal Coun- to ^ jssued
Debenture By-law 1909," or cil of the Corporation of the City of fo- creating a v , ��� Y-_.,.tYfr
which cone of the principal . r inter- .v,w Westminster enacts as fellows: meTU 0f th- sa ��� ������ -' - .,'���;
est  is  ir.   arrears. 1-    It shall be lawful for the Mayor u wi��� be nec. .    . J> B,
Now  therefore the Mua:vp_l  Coun-  .���  the  said  City to raise  by   way  of  ^^s    jn  addo ��� _ ���       ��� ---ates'
cil of the Corroration of the C ty of I    ���  f- ���    any person or persona, bod,- each year dur .        ,'.. A
New We. tr   -.- ��� .- .   acts as follows:    or   - li< j C  -- rate, who may be *'"'- said debenture.  1 ���' Taoyl_'
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor jng !0 advance 'he same on th- credit ^^j 0ne ii in.
of tbe said 1 Ity to raise by way of 0f the debentures, hereinafter men- aQ(1 30.IOO ($1 .7.1 I
loan from ar. ;���-���- or persons, ol I 1 :.- ' r. mm or sums of money, An,ji Wher - ���;- ������..,
or bodies corporate, who maj be a ��� nol exceeding In the whole the sum s:ti(] v<;ar!. . ,-��!
int to advance -he same or, thi cr dli of On- Hundred and Four Thousand Hund.-d ai - JO-IOC
of tbi debentures, hereinafter men- (}ir,4 - Dollars and to cause
��� - ny - im or sums of money, the sam< to .- 1 to ������: Treasury
not exceeding in -.be whole 'f.e sum of the said City for the purposes men-
of Thirty Thou, nd    I       -   '  '   ."-"'.-. |   herein.
lars .. -     to cause tl paid     2.   I: shall be lawful for the Mayor
into the Treasury of thi City for to cause   any  number of  deber.-.
'he ;:r--'ses mentioned herein. ���<_,   bp   made,    not  exceeding   in   the
2. I- ^'.a': be vwful for 'he Mayor irboie tbe sum of On- Hundred an!
to cause y number of debentures Four Thousand (fHM.000.00) Dollars
to   be   made,    -. ���   ex eeding   in   the for   Buch    gums   of   money   as may
whole   the   sum   of   Thirty   Thousand  >,..    required,    not    less than  $1"	
1 ���' "  '.'���'������������������   '. - ��� ���'���  each,    or    an    equivalent    expres-a-d
In pound?, sterling of ��� the United Kingdom of Creat Britain and
Ireland,    at   a  value   of  4.S66   to  the
--'V_l
money - s may b-e required, not lees
than ���?: ) each, or an equivalent
expressed   in   pounds   s'-rlin.  'f   -h ���
Unir-a-d Kingdom of Great Br tain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.S66 to the
pound sterling; and a;i such debentures shall e sealed with the S--al
of the Corporaton Bigned by the
Mayor    and     countersigned     by     in*
Treasurer   thereof,  or   by  such   Other  unto lawfully authorized
person   or  persons  as  may  be  there-
un-o lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1969
at such place or places as the Coun
$1177 I���    .
on the dollar  ������ r .��� tti 'o '
levied cn thi        le rates       pert]
of :he City of 1' -
And.   Wh---   . ���   vroljj
pro] erty  of thi    -��� . accordlagf
to   tlie   last   r     �� ::.:.-.  rollH
thereof,  is  K .     _ l_r�� H-a-|
dred and  Nl I F.
Hundred  and  For ;��� F fe .   II :ii.'
00) Dollars.
���    ll
tb-    a listing :' Dp
said City : Two Ha-
dred ani  N. ������  ��� '��� HW
ures shall be sealed with lh-- Saeal
of the Corporation signer by the
Mayor and coun-.erslgn.. by
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person  or persona as may be there-
pound ^sterling;   and al)   such  deb--nt- dnHj ($_ 219 ;���<   I      do ctttfl
'of   the   sum  of  1 oM
Seventy-Elghi I '���   -|
der   thr- I Debenture l  ' _
1909," ti- "Wati
; m   I 109     -he "Street Yr ������'ifitl
3.   The     siiid   deb*ntures  shall   be jjV.]aw   u  ,       -. I        '���    -__
payable on the first day of July 1959, denture I iw 1909." and that such place or places ag the Coun- Ga0| Deb-nture I �� ^'l
cll of the said Corporation may from w)r;ci_ none 0�� : . _ riM
time  to  time appoint,    with   the  a:> wt  )s ln arr<a-,
cll of the ?aid Corporation may fromjppovaj   of  the  ho.d-rg    thereof,    ana      Now
time  to  time appoint,    with  tbe ap- shall have attached to them coupons cll* of ,��� - .    uon ol   ie Ci.|
proval  of the  holders    thereof,    and  for  -.he   paymen. of interest    at  the N,w Wej low
shall  hav.--  attached  to them  coupons rate 0f five per centum per annum on      1    It sha ^
for the  payment of Interest    at  the ti.���  amount   thereof,    which  interest o{ ,,,e s'ai'j 'c ...    ,       ���      nji
���rate of five per centum per   nnnm on  shall   t* paya 1. half yearly  on  the l0.in tror.) m,  ���'.- rsoiis,W
the  amouni   thereof,    whieh   Interest first of January and the fYi dav of 0r j^db ���         �����
shall   be  payable half yearly  on   the j_|y, in ^ach and every year, and Um Y. w advance thi n the ere.
first of January and  the fi-_t day of said oooponB shall   be signed   by  the 0.   tht,  debentures '    :'
July. In each ud amy year, and the __s,i Mayor. ,:���,'. ,   m    .. .       r sums ol    _\
said coupons  shall  be signed  by  the      4.    A     special    rate  on   the   dollar not  PVceed:ne  ii   the  whole tie "|
said Mayor
4.
tioned. any
dollar not  exCeeding h
shall   be   levied   and   raised   in   eacfl of Twenty Thousand    -;-    '       <_
A    special    rate  on   the   dollar j^ar,   in   addition   :o  all  oth^  rates, lars and "o ca-i = -                       r_
'shall   he   levied   and   raised   in   each  0_ all  rateable  property of the City, into the Tr. asi-v   '                  ���'*
year,  in  addition  to all  other  rates   sufficient to  pay  the  interest ��n  the ,��e  purposes  mentJ tei    '���-������
on  all  rateable  property of the City, Idebentures,   and   to  create   a  sinking -     it'shall be lawful : r the H*}*
sufficient to  pay the  Intere.t cn  the  tnni tor the payment of the principal >o"cause* any  number of deb cur*
debentures,  and  to create  a sinking thereof when due, subject to any Act IO   b"e   made'    not ex eedlog r- *'
find for the payment of the principal  or enactm. nt respecting the same. whole the sum 0                     ""J
thereof when due, subject    _ any Act      .-,.    Subject as aforesaid, there Bhall <$"imh��0 00)  (Dolv                r-"s
or enactment respertinc the same.        be   raised   annually   by   Special   rates money ss  mav  !.  re   .        '    ��� *
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall |M aforesaid, during the currMCy or than $100.00 each, or an eY-;-.
he   raised   annually   by   special   rates.the said  debentures, th,. sum of Flvv eac_.esaed   in   pom       sterling   ' *��
;as aforesaid, during the currency of (Thousand   Two    Hundred   ($5,200.00) n_Jted Kingdom of Great Britaing
the said  de*entureB, the sum of Ht-'Dollars  for  the  payment  of  interest Ireland     at a value of 4.-66 to tle
,teen  Hundred   ($1500-00)   Dollars   fOr thereon, and the sum    of    Nino Hun- pound  sterling;  and '--. ������ ������ ���  iijiy,
the  payment of Interest  ther-on  and ;dr--d   and   Twenty-two   ($92100)   Dol- [ires  shall   be  sealej  with tl��   *f
Ithe sum of Two  Hundred   and Bixty   Ian to provide for the repayment of 0f  the    Corporation   signed if  '-��
Five and 96-100 ($265.96)   Dollars to the principal. M;lv0r    and    co.::ten --.      I Y
provide  for the payment of the prim 1    6.    The proc eds of the sale of the Treasurer   thereof,  or    .   ����d> *J5
lcll'al-_.                          ^                         said  debentures  shall   be applied  as person  or persons as ma.  ^ :1"'
6. The proceds of the sale o' the follows, and not otherwise: Towards m,0 lawfully authoris i . ��� ���
said debentures shall be applied a< (paying the cost of the Passing ot 3 The said <:��� entures MJ
follows,   and  not  otherwise:   Towards 'this   By-law   and   the   issue  and   -a ��� payable on the fi- t d                ...,
the    COst    Of    the       Pas   .n_       Or    nf   Iho   ,ln^nt,m.   .haacl,   w.t ���   A    ._     '.-.._.    _, _l-/a_o     III ' -1
By-law before   the    final Iient of the electors of""$����"'said Oitjr th_" amount 'teerei      wWeh
passing   hereof, shall receive the as |���  -���..  ���);H:n���r n.(���,:ra|  ,,,  ��w."   "       ,11    e pava le hall
fentof ,      electon, of th. said City     Received th    entof th,     ecto.    firsts January and
inner required  by  law. ,, ���],.. 25th .lav of  August   ''"'������            '-������-         --*��� �����"< ���
ent of the electe Reconsidered   md   Bi a] -
���    '              iy of Aug ist   1909. ,,���.��� council the  10th dav'
��� ������ 1  and finally pass, d  In 1909.
.     '*
open council
1909
W. A. DUaNCAN        \v. H
[L.S.] City Clerk,
n'h day of Augusi,
KEARY,
Mayor.
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909.
A By-law to enable the Council of
the C'ty of New Westminster to raise
by Joan the sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000.00)
Dollars for the purpose of increasing
the capacity of the Citv Waterworks
System.
Whereas, it is expedient to con-
Main  Pipe Line
A By-law to enable the Council of
the Ciiy of New Westminster to raise struct an addition
by loan the sum of Six Thousand for the City Waterworks System from
($6000.00) Dollars for the purpose of Coquitlam Lake to the Queen's Park
building a City Gaol and Police Court Reservoir, nnd also from the Reser-
Hoom. (voir 10 the CUy limits on Lulu J.land,
Whereas, It is expedient to erect a and   for  that   purpose  to  expend   the
building to be used as a City Gaol  sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
A By-law to enable the Council of
:the City of New Westminster ;o raise
by loan the sum of Thin-.- Thousand
: ($30,000 00) Dollars for the purpose
of grantmg the same to the Royal
Columbian Hospital.
Whereas, It Is expedient to grant
ithe sum of Thirty Thousand ($30.-
000.00) Dollars for the purpose of assisting In the erection of a new building for the Royal Columbian Hospital In this City.
And Whereas. It appears 'hat if the
sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00)
Dollars be appropriated from the
general  revenue of the City for the 1
Street Improvement Debenture By-taw, 1909.
VV. A. DU.MCAN
[LS.] City
W.
Clerk.
II.
KEARY,
M.r. ipi-
shall   be paya
first
July. In ��� n'h and evi
said  <���" :: '"i-   shall
said Mayor, ..       .
4.   A    Bpeclal    roe on -
bo   levied   and   :
in addition to 1
shall
war.
war. In addition ���' ' ."h, City-
on all rateable propertj 01 ��� ..,
sufficient to pay the In er -    ^
Th,- following is a list of the streets debentures, and to create s
and amount to be expended on each   fnn(j for t},e payment ol '������' e        ...
under  the provisions  of  the  "Street thereof when due, subject to any
Improvement Debenture Bylaw, 1909."L,. enactment respecting :h-'Y''.__li
Columbia street, Hassam pave- 5    Subject as aforesaid, tier
"ifnt $ 54,000 be  ^teed   annually  by 6l,ec'*.,,. of
Columbia street, Gilland.r's |M aforesaid   during the oum ,'jj.
..   .    ....    j.l.'^���,re��     lh.'   8��'11   0l   .aa
hArwvlaf" v�� e.,able the CouncM of -""""" ��"��-i
,,e,��/.?   ���N"w Westminster 10 raise McKenzie street
Hill
Front street.
Agnes street
Dufferin street
WOO 1^ gaid debentures, the^ ^ tf*
600 [Thousand   ($1,000-00)  Do
3.000 [payment of Interest t
Slid
300 [gum "of'one Hundred   an ij#* w
Lorne street .
First street  ..
Second street
Third street .
Fourth street
Fifth  street   .
Seventh street
Klghth street
Nanaimo street
by loan the sum of One Hundred and
Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dollars
for Street Improvements.
Whereas, certain sums of money liave
this year been expended out of the
general revenue of th. Ctly for the
construction, Improvement and repair
of certain streets and sidewalks, and
lt is expedient that certain additional
sums be spent in like manner, amount-
ing in all (with sums already so
sp_n_.t0^_e Sl,m of ��"e Hundred
and Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears that if the
sum of One Hundred and Four Thousand   ($104,000.00)   Dollars   be appropriated    from    the   general
of     the      city      for     the
year     the     rate    of    taxation     will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such    excessive    taxation    should    be ,.,���.....,.. ,.
avoided, and  the said sum should  be  Fifth avenue
400,'seven and 30-100 ($1
Po Hat*'
'"".seven aim  au-j-vw *���.-��� .  ,   ?,_
-400 I provide for the repayment ot
MOO i 6. The proceeds Of tas �����, ���
ttMigald debentures shall Jj��.r?o_**
3.600 j follows, and not ofWW"' ,���, ot
8.600 [paying the cost of the **, j,
1.400 this By'aw and the if -' j to-
��.1>00 L| the debentures there'" re' . 0.
600 I   7.   This By-law shall �������    d #_
Twelfth street       l.HOi- [tie 25th. day of Augu��*!'*'rteB_l��
revenue
cunvnt
Thirteenth street
Fourteenth street
Hamilton B'reet
Dublin street ...
Edln! urgh street
Iaondon street ..
Tenth street ...
Alberta street . . .
Coburg street . .
T/Olth street ... .
Royal avenue . ..
Queen's avenue .,
incinerator Deb
the   ^
1.800 be cited as the
1,200 J}y. w 1909-''
-7501 8, This By-law brj^eite'tk*.
500|pagBinp thereof, shall rece 1 ^
600 Sem of the eleotort of tfe m
300 in the manner required ��> ,lwW_
750j Received the sstnst of.���m ,���
cm the 86th day ot' AWJJJJ; .. - H
Reconsidered and onnm ^ x,,n4,.
open council the 30th ��''���
1909. ...   H  Kl'AK' ,
W. A. DUNCAX       W H'       tfWOf.
City ClerK.
300
400
300
3,000
2.5O0
1,700
[DS, cpNE
;0Ay   S��PTEMBER 8,  1909.
THE DAILY  NEWS.
, given
that
eat or certificate of Us pendens betag     District oi Qeast i__n_> ��.,_��
'filed within such period, or in default      i .,.   ,,���,',,( JJ *��*��� <g*
an ap- of redemption before regis: ration, you Vancouver   B  C
Bon" ". "uriwde under Part V- and  each  of  you   will   b,  tore.er es- intends
LlK'li V'"   ''.   .   .ogg" to O,
t ?C  Sew  Westminster  Di- j'
lo' }�����; Westminster  '���    "'���   ' '
Uat*t|i
for  tbe
page seven.
TER NOTICE.
"-���--       > - ."���.,_.,   KlJBt_   or
occupation   termer,
��� y, :y;"_,=,..;:,;,~aZ bb. VArat.
[aim to or m respect of the said  land
:  vi, and I shall register Annie Ky.lv      Commencing   at  a   nost   i lanteiS  '_
d Uocc,11(a- as owner thereof m tee,     And I here   bay ���:i ,���,.;   ��<,.  o   k'es  islamd
.���������. I::,:::-', addresi ��"" VaIl(.oll.'i,v ord.-r that publication of this no   ���
f^SSSl II- ���**������ '"���'���u"
a"      ���,...   ���,   The   City
as owner thereof In tee,     And 1 here-
r that  publication  Of  this   no-  <������ Anderson   group"
ten days In a daily newspapi r June   6th,   1909
���"IfldS'colamWa, and having a
Br���, 12600,000 divided into i.-
inulol..!:.: ���f ji.ou each, aii fully
0f Vancou- publisned   In   New   Westminster   wil
I,.   >
bares
lake,
The name of tin
MlslUoet    liiver,
Inlet,     (Indian
0f   diversion
miles  from  the
a, op- lb'
f��ai or source,
���* inn, Burrard
j  (C)   The   poi"'
I    .Hli The Quantity
r��  ',,ed fur in cubic leet per
k!I fe,   The   character   oi
be good and sufficient service thereof.
liai'-il at llle laud registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this Until dav of August,
A. I)., 1909.
C. S. KEITH,
Dl. .rlct Registrar.
To  Samuel  Coulter,  Esq.
whole Island,
more or less.
Applying
Per
Dated June 6th, 1909.
containing    10O   acres
ALBERT HUNT,
S.  H.  KORD, Agent.
POLICE ABANDON
HINT FOR HANEY
6ergeant  M.rray, Who  Followed Clue
to   Los   Angeles,   Returns  Without
C. P. R. Train Robber.
WATER   NOTICE.
Mse_  works,  a   water  I*>wer
ft   generation of electricity
Industrial and com-
s
District of Coast  Range One.
'lake  notice ihat John Johnson,  ot
Vancouver,  ll. c., occupation,    sales
man, intends u. appJy for permissioi
to   purchase  the   following   descrtbto
  'lands:
Notice Is  hereby given that an ap-!    Commencing at  a  post  planted  on
plication  will  be mad.  under Part  V.  the north shore of John island, an is-
and particularly  in [of the "Water Aet, loot)," to obtain a land between Kees Island and Davies
motors,    machiney. [license   in   the   Municipality  of    Bir. island.      Dated, June  6th,  1900.    Ap-
the  operation    O. naby Division of Lot 1)4 District.        plying for tbe whole island;, contain-
IC uf   . _.u��_ i-nrka for whlcb j    (a.)  Tau name, address and ocupa-llng CO acres mone or less.
,-.;   ��re suit-,tion ot  the applicant is Horace  Wil- JOHN  JOHNSON.
nd 'availabl.,      (��     fhe   pre- illaniwin       442    Westminster    avenue, Per S.  H. FORD. Agent
,m which ihe water is to be Vancouver, B. C. Datp<1 Junp 6a^ im "**=
,   ituaioJ at or near high tide j    (_.) The name of the lake, stream
Vtli' mouth ��f the  river,  lg)   (If  unnamed,  the description,   is    un- 1
1 nruoses for which the water is I known, rising  in Dot 210, running Inj
r"*T|8 to generate electric pow- a southerly  and    westerly    direction
_ and heal for traction, light-;ihrough Distrlcl Ixu 114, Duna'���-
taanufacturing and    all
M (or the    ,
Kterchanlcai
j operation ot
.wyraiiil wher works lor
Mark  Twain'* Bket.
After Mark Ttfain l,a_ spoke*
for half un hour or more at one of
his lectures y.ars ago, says the Boston Becord. he concluded to tak. r
wief rest, and without a word of
explanation he stoppe-1 talking and
�����t down. The audience hardly
knew what to do. After aw���i!i
wme one more bold than Uie rest
got np, strode down the aklc and
went out Some one eke followed
and m s few minutes tt* hall wat
empty.    "Very  good  lesttan,  Ms <
Clemens," said a W_i *._._ lUH WKUC l0 ***** l" Ule "
-hr.JJ:. a . ,- dlP>!t*^.! 'he bandit Haney, brother of
who was trying to be polit*. "Yen who was killed by Special Constable
mear_ the first half of it," was ths pecker near Ashcroft a week or two
rcpl.'. "'The second haJf etas not 1"""w*vs tin- holdup of the C. P. R.
been delivered" "Not delivered'' lra,i" T1,'aJ Duck!>. Sergeant Murray.
���tag shrieked the'local dignitarv. I til ^^ I^ulT^1 "
tt .*. �� lwain> (Ol comnosursj From the scene of the holdup tue
not in the least d:sturbed, while th��Y'as" "**** the bandits was transferred   to   California.       Decker's   v'-c-
ONTARIO WANTS TO
UUiLi) BATTLESHIPS
Vancouver. Sept. 7.���After an ale
_enc�� of a niontli k, t_,. south whither
he went  to assist in  the hum after
the man
Collingwood    Thinks   Its    Docks    Are
Big  Enough  to Construct Canada's  Dreadnoughts.
usual merry twinkle was seen in tit
���ye, "but we have th
the whole, and I don't
need to
Ca__>J>
we hav. the money f��|SStot._r*? "' "'''"''"' '"'""' ' '    :"*:
see why wi
worry ii they only  taks
_ aim;.
J ���ry Industrial or other purposes
|Y,; ii  m applied.    (I)   If
(.ater Is to be used for power or
1""     poses   lescrlbe   the   place
th. water Is to be returned to
'natural channel, and the differ-
:"���:��' en  jioint of dl-
(on and  P"int  of    return-    Tlle
L is to be returned to river near
_ V .    _ ...   Al
District of Oiast  Range One.
Take notice that James Watson, ol |
Vancouver,  13. C-, occupation, farmer,
ic.)   Ihe point of diversion is about  Intends to apply for permission to pur-
400    feet    south    of a stake  marked chase  the following described  land.--
block one ID  ln the northwest eor-     Commencing at a post planted on
ner ol  District Lot  144. the   northeast   shore  of    Owl   island.
id.) Tiv quantity of water applied Dated June Cth, 1909.     Applying: for
for  (in cubic feet per second)  is tWO|the whole island, containing 160 acres
ens Titt-ir War,
During a  newspaper men's convention, a number of journalists were on*
(2).
te.l  The character of the  proposi I
works  is to run    power    machinery
nnd electric    ilynaino,    domestic   or
[th .f same, and difference of 816- Irrigating.
T. between point of diversion and | (I.I The premises on which tli.-
return Is about 300 feet, (j) 'water is to be used Is known as Block
Crown lan I hit.'nde I to be lone (1), two I-) and sixteen U'J) in
proposed works will District Lot 144, Burnaby.
Kjjed 3 a> ��� (kl Thi. no- fg.) The purposes for which the
\:. | im   ih    7th   day  oflwater is to be    used    are    doino>tic.
ad application    win   be .power, light and Irrigation.
I'. ; .     ommissioner   on   me      (li.) If for Irrigation  describe    thi
of August   1909,     (!)  Give,hind   to   be    Irrigated���about    twelve
["., [dresses  of any  rl-1 (12)  acres.
licenses who or I    ii., if  __._ wa
��� ly to be affected j power or minim
E�� proposed  works,  either abov-jihe place wh.-r
lo ;. 1!   F.   DickUis,  turned to  som
Icoiiver, B. C.
I,       ol ;       Memorandum ot
)cia:ion of the  Company     which
fcoriti 1 the   proposed   application
[works. re:uls -as follows:
The   objeel    for    which    the
v   i established and to whlcn
StU thi   Company  are    restricted
lUt .. ...isitlon of water and water
te, by records of unrecorded   wa-
I or by the purchase of  water re-
[Ontster privileges for (a) Con-
Jictbg, operating  and  maintaining
works,  power  houses,  gener-
bg plant and such oilier appliances
ycontenlences .'s    are  nec-.-ssary
j proper tor the _-nerating Of elec-
fliy. or el-ctrie jMiwer, or any other
i ot developed  power,    and    for
|t.���tiir:g the same to be used by
i _     :;   er by  persons or com-
|Ut contracting with the company
��a!ot. it a motive power for the
|_a-A_l of motors,    machinery   or
CttltUghtlng or other works Or to
the company  to con-
6h_ (or heating or as a    motive
l��"  - oil- tramways, or for
���ring, hauling,    lifting,    pumping,
pting, crushing,    smelting,  drilling
-  or  tor  anv   Other  opera-
|bi to which ii may be adapted or
1 or suppllod for or in con
JKlon with any otlu-r  purposes for
pic   ectrlclty    nr   elec'rlc    power
piled or required,    (g) KOr
4ering water   and   water    power
,:.       ���        application and disunion by erecting dams, Increasing
I- :   I   it in    any    existing
N} '���'��� water, or extending the area
iM. diverting the waters of any
'''"*'      ' l oi   lake into any other
pen. or channels, laying or erect-
It any line <>r flume, pipe  or wire
BamcUng nnv  raceways,  reservoir,
WMiict welr, wheel,    building,    or
P''..vi"n or work which may be
Wired in connection  with the lm-
jovfrm-m and use of the said water
W^water power or bv  altering,  re-
lew.ne, extending, Improving,  repair-
J8 or maintanlng anv such works,
fr any part thereof
jANCOrvF.R   pnw_R   CO'Y.,   LTU.
'Slgnatiirei   _,   H   w^   Ho e     A   E,
B"ck, Directors.
I. V. Armstrong, Secretary.
-���     P- 0. Address. Vancouver, BC.
pal of .),.. Vancouver Power Co'r,
ud ]
the water is to be re
natural channel, and
ibe difference in altitude between
liolnts of diversion aiid point Of re-
'ni-ii. The water is to be returned
about two hundred (200) feet below
in same channel and about sixty (iiii)
feet lower,
j. i The area of down lend intended to be occupied by the proposed
works Is none.
(k ) This notice was lasted on the
lllh day of August, ll'uO, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the 16th day of Bep-
lem er.  1909,  at  2.I1H o'clock.
ft.) The names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to be
affected by the proposed works.
either above or below the outlet are
the Crown, H. B. Scott. Vancouver,
and  K   Pai-hman. Vancouver.
HORAC.   WILLIAMSON.
4-1 _    Westminster
ver. B. C.
LAND  ACTS.
I more or less.
JAMES  WAT-...,
Per S.   H.  KORD.  Agent.
Dated  June Cth,  11*09.
District of  Coast  Range One,
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
intends to apply for pennissi .n to pur-
'of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, lady,
[chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post  planted tn
ithe bay at northwest corner of Maud
I island,   the largest  island  In   the   In-
Idlan   group.      Dated  June 6th,  1909.
is to be used  tor Applying   for  tbe  whole  island,   con-
purpos-s    desorl e talnlng  80 acres  more or less
the   tricks
when   Henry
ufternoou la-iking of
"tlle fnltbles* types,'1
Wattcrson said:
"While I've heard of a great man.
funn. typogjwphTcal breaks ln tnj
time, about the oddest and most hu
morons transposition of the types tbat
ever caine within my observation was
that In a New York paper some yean,
ago. That sheet used to print Its ship-
ping news on the same page with tbe
obituaries. Imagine tlie glee with
which its renders found tho captions
exchanged one morning, whereby _
long list of respectable- names wer.
set forth under the marine head,
'Passed Through __pII Gate Tester
day.' "���Harper's   Weekly.
f Los Angeles, being traced
by mean,, ot a photograph which was
found on. hi. person wlven thy clot tiki g on tha body was searched. further Inquiries by the police established thn tact that the man who shoi
Decker  to death after  the oonataible
ibad   taken   the  Life  of  Haney,   was  a
'"' brother of Uie Hatter, and fon t.h<> past
BERGETA ANui.RSON,
Per S.  H. FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909,
District of Coast Range One.
Take- notice that Frank Jacobson,
,of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, far-
jmer, in'ends to apply for permission
to purchase the toilowing described
[lands:
Commencing at a  post  planted  In
la small bay on north shore of  Bend
island.    Dated  June  6'-h,  1909.      Applying  for the  whole island, containing SO acres more or less
FRANK JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 6th,  1&09.
Gi-egarlou*
"There's mora at the top, y��u know."
Thank yon.    1 prefer compway."
month or two Uie police of Los Angeles have been straining esfeny nerv?
t��j secure nim. data of th.. brothers'
career to aid them in the sf-arch tor
the brother  who Is still living.
Yesterday Sergeant Murray left
San Francisco for home without any
prisoner, and, it is Stated, without any
definite clues.
Ottawa, Sept. 7-���It is claim-d for
Collingwood, Out., that the docks
there are of sufficient magnitude to
turn out the smaller war vessels for
the proposed Canadian fleet, and the
difficulty which has appealed to some,
is whether it would bv a contravention of th_ Ru.-Bagot agreement if
Canada were to build warships on the
Ur��;u  l_i__s.
The Rus-Bagot agreement, it i.s understood, need _ot enter Into consideration in such & case tor vessels could
be 1>>aUj. at Collingwood capable of being tak-n through the canals, aud
might be transported to the sea.
There is a further consideration
that the United States has alivady
practically broken the Rus-Bagot
agreement by placing armed training
vessels on the Great Lakes so that
there saems to be uoitiing which
would prevent Uie building of warships on. the Canadian Inland waters
in so fa,- aa the International agreement is concerned.
SPANIARDS   INFLICT
REVERSE ON  MOORS
Certainly.
"What Is woinnn's greatest triall"
"That's dead easy.   Xiao. *
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of
! Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
i Intends to apply for permission to
I purchase the following described
1 ands:
Commencing at a post planted in B
mall bay on north shore of Berry island,   dated   -'une  4th.  190!��.      Apply-
ng  for the  whole  island,   containing
100 acres more or less
OLF BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.   H.  FORD.  Agent.
Dated June  4th, I'J.9.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
"ak(. notice that an application has
made to register Annie Ryder
���'������;���'-��� mi fe,. simple, tinder a tax
.'���".''"''I from Sidney A. Fletcher to
We Ryder bearing dat
fla! of October
"%iilar that
llab_vml "Tmis's fiitua,'>- ��>'lns
\\L��� i  " '"   ""���    (,iatl'lct  ��(    New
to["'".���;���-   In the Provinc of Brit-
known ,b'a' more particularly
ft\.T dJ��ed as Lot n,
4- I ��� , s 8' 9- 16 an'l 17, Block
LntiT-' v���;���!; lfi��n" !'��� Block 6;
1 8 ';��� ' Vl an(! 2��. Block 9; Lots
���\v< td and 17, Hlock 10
7. itlock i"
'���iiriig   date   the   18th
A  D . 1.06, of all and
certain parcel or tract
19, it;
13
Lots 1. 8,
Lots 4, 5, 12
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,. B. C, occupation, lady,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted ��n
the nortii shore of Klaoitsls island, a
���miall Island south of Turner island.
Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for
the whole island,    40 acres more or
District of  Coast   Range One.
Take  notice  that Adolph  O.  John-
!son, of Vancouver,  B.  C, occupation,
[farmer, intends  to  apply   for  perinis-
soribed lands:
Ision to purchase "he following tle-
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib isiand. Dated
|June Gth. 1909. Applying for the
I whole island, containing 90 acres
'more  or  less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
New  Westminster   Land   District,   District of New Westminster,
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase  the   following  described   lands:
Commencing at a posl planted at
Northeast corner of lot 140!'. thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence north to coast, thence following the coast line to point of commencement.
WILFRID DOUG ALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
PERT PARAGRAPHS.
Grumbling is a ��������Mtai sethod
some people have Ot attracting attention.
He wbo never takes the- ftist atop
won't lose oat ln the race.
The man Is a genius who always ao��-
seeds ln living beyond, bis Income.
Ideals and aspirations would ba al
right If tactless friend, wouldn't aspect one to live up to them.
The woman who has a man belonging
to her bas a sort of superior pity fos
tbe woman who hasn't.
One of the pleasanhast things ia lif��
is finding an affinity who has money to
loan.
He isn't always tbe best man wh*
rets the be* of everything.
Melilla, Siipt. 7.���encouraged by
their recent, victories over the Spanish, troops, 1500 Moors yesterday at-
taek-d the army of General Agulleras,
as ii was marching on to Sokelarb,
an.l met with heavy losses, according
[to despatches received here. Instead
i of surprising the Spaniards, as tliey
jexyect'-d to do, the Moors were met
by a heavy fire, and hundreds of their
Inumber met death. They wer,, for__d
I to retreat in confusion, while the victorious Spaniards marched on to
their destination.
Takes Long Drive,
Frank, Alta., Sept. 1.���John Kenny,
inspector of customs, was in Frank
last week inspecting the customs ottice.. He found that the collections
were increasing largely over last
year. August receipts show au in-
craiase ef over 100 per cent. He left
here for Cardston, and wlll drive
from the British Columbia boundary
to the Saskatchewan boundary a dis-
largest shipment we have | tance of some COO miles, to Inspect
the mounted police customs stations
along tiie international border.
at our Piano Department will convince you that New Westminster is
the Place to Get Your Piano. We
defy competition, and our prices cannot be beaten in British Columbia.
For Instance���a large, beautiful, walnut case, 4 feet 8 inches high, anly
$275 cash; one 4 feet 6 inches high,
only $250 cash. We have just re
cvlved th
ever had. Our store is chock full of
pianos. Such well known makes as
Nordheimer, New Scale Williams, Dominion, Hoffman; Knhler and Camble.
All we ask Is for you to call and we
will tell you the rest. Easy payments if desired. Singer and Wheeler
& Wilson Si-wing Mnchir. s, Victor
and Edison Talking machine, all on-
easy terms.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
Opera House Bookings.
Sept.. 16���Knight For a Day.
Sept. IS.���The Tlmo, Place and the
<H_El.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Days.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
Oct. 13���Scottish Concert.
Oct. 20.���O.    Henry's    New  Opera
"____"
Oct. 28���The Climax.
Nov. 1 and  2.���The Shepherd King.
Nov. 4.���Parisian  Model.
Nov.  19.���Human   Hearts.
DORA ANDERSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909-
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at  a  post  planted  in
bay at northwest    corner of    Davies
island.     Dated   June   6th. 1909
plying for the whole island, contain
lng 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN.
Per S,  H. FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Re part (1 acre) ot southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1757a, issued In
the nam�� of William Oleson, has been
filed in this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall.
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication bare-
of in a dallv newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be
Ap- made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
I,und   Registry  Offlce.    New   Weat-
ninster   B. C August 2, 1909.
<���#
*.
District of  Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
,*_ 20. Block 13; Loi., i, _, _, i_  the southeast shore In a small bay on
Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and
Lots 4, 5. nnd 20, Block
m 17. Block 14
"��� Block 16
LotftLl' .i16*nd "���Bk.klS.
Lot 203    IrounT'   ".'   ""^slOU-   of
. <wdl? BlU ^��'s 10' U' 12' 13'
Ut ".. ,.  'ilHk    K    subdivision  of
II-A'AY' UtBa*' 26.86   27
'-10 U   , !UT_; Ur* 2' "��� *. 6. 6
Block I   ."' U' 14' 15
> 18, 19 and 20,
9'l6andl?Vi_ Plock ;V-  L"t��  !��� 8-
13 ami " i  ,V, BJ��? 15-  L"t�� 4, 5   12
W7,Group\'__t.7.:.Blo<* iof Lot
You
Map 174,
Compton   island.     Dated   June   4th,
1909.     Applying for the whole islami,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
COAL
New Wellington
AND
Banff Anthracite
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Phone 105 P. O. Box 345
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter,  Intends  to apply  for permis-j ^	
sion to    purchase    the following de-,
r��S��& at a post Piante,, on l Mineral Waters
island
Under '*!_ YY' ,!almlnK through or ; the "southwest shore of Mound
.n>" 'nterest in ,      Y*T  Calming lDated. June 4th, 1909.     Applying for j
t,,e "I nnv  ������     , s:U(1 lani' by vir- the whole island, containing SO aires
"ni-glste,-,,,  instrument
m uli
���n the
till
���uiy
Visit
,e is not
m�� ���f
"'; A  f  ""scent,  whose
K-sterefl  under th,.
Land Reglsl
tlle
the HAY ��*t*st the
��� "uL'r1"
within
' "i 'he  lii.--
��tu* Md in def;
pro
y Act,'
claim  of i
ten   days
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Dated June 4th. 1909.
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BER 8
NOTICE
If there is anything
in Groceries or
Crockery that you
want WE HAVE
IT. We handle the
best in every line,
and also have the
largest and best
line of Groceries in
town.
Satisfaction is the
thing everyone desires, and you will
certainly get it
while dealing with
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.   Prop.
S This is the season to beautify
* your  residence  and  protect  It ���
T against the wet winter weather J
4 by giving it a coat of $
MAPLE LEAF
PAINT
City News
SOLD BY
��� Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
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To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Witctiazel Cream
We also havj all kinds of complexion   creams  and  skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW  WESTMIN STER.  B.  C.
Good
Pay
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS
means good work���
good work means good
training. We give the
finest training possible
in stenography and
book keeping. Our
night school begins
on Wednesday even,
ing, S.pt. 15th, for the
purpose of offering
opportunities of study
to young men and women employed during
the day. Students
may enter our classes
at any time and take
such subjects as they
may select.
No one  should  hesitate   to   enter.
Mrs. J. F. Stewart, of Toronto, is
visiting Mrs. J. B. Jardine.
Everything for the garden at 'nays
pbone 184. ������
H,   Pcwell   Keary  lias  presented a i
deer  for the  zoo  in   the   reserve  at
Queen's park.
If  you  are   looking  ror a  _ome ln j
the city or for a location to build in j
the suburbs, cull on the Settlers' Association of B. C, Begbie Stret They
have several good properties for sale j
either for cash or on easy terms. 198-C.
There will be a meeting of the police commissioners next Thursday
afternoon.
For first-class cut  flowers and any j
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse, R208. "
The  Westminster city council has
I bar-en  invited  to atUod  the  sixth  annual   show   of   the   North   Vancouver
Horticultural  Society on Friday.
Starting Saturday, August 21, the
II. C. Electric city and Sapperton cars
will make ��"e extra trip for the accommodation of the New Westminster people attending the horse races
ul .Minoru park, Lulu island. The
last Sapperton car will leave the office at 11HJ0 p.m., and the city car at
11:20 p.ui. **
The monthly meeting of the Westminster Benevolent Society will be
held on Thursday afternoon. There
was no meeting last month on account
of the holidays.
Bargain days at P. Bums & Co.,
Friday and Saturday. 203
The boys brigade of the Royal Templars win reassemble for their fall
work tonight at 7 p.m. All members
are requested to be present and to
lorlng recruits also the Juniors will
meet as usual in the I.U.O.K. hall at
7  p.m.
Buy orchard lands while they are
cheap and become Independent. We
arL- tli,.- official agents of The Western
| Home and Improvement Co.. Ltd. Lei
lus tell you about th< ir choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite and
fruit district along the line of tiv
IB. C. Electric Chilliwack lin,, und V.
V. & E. Cloverdale io Sumas Hailway.
This section excclis in the production
of all fruits. Come at once while tlie
best lands are selling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense.
We can sell rive, ten, fifteen and
twenty acre tracis ou easy terms. f.
J. Hart  _ Co., Ltd. *���
Major   Shepherd,   who   is  lecturing
I on   road   making,  will   speak  here  on
i Wednesday   on   that  subject.      T.   J-
I Trapp.  chairman    of    the  roads mad
bridges  committee    of    th^ board  of
Itrade,  will  be invited   to occupy  the
chair.      It   is  impossible  to  poBtp&ne
the meeting, as had  been suggested,
For light lunches, teas and candies
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
61 O Columbia Street
the place Is Smith's,
Columbia  street.
late Ayllng, 715
207-0
TRADE
Owner will trade for good farm land
improved or otherwise, a 9-room house
on corner lot 66x132, on Royal avenue,
New Westminster. Splendid view.
Monthly rental $25. Send fullest particulars of property to ROOM 3, INNS
OF COURT BLOCK, VANCOUVER.
Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
A   WESTERN   BANK   FOR   WESTERN PEOPLE.
AUTHORIZED  CAPITAL
PAID UP CAPITAL  . ..   .
.$6,000,000
.$2,200,000
Thrifty people who use ou Savings Bank Department will find
it convenient and will receive every courtesy, whether their account
be  large or small.    Savings Depatments at every branch.
��� Manager N. H. MACDONALD, New W estmlnster.
���
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:
B. F. Cass'linaii, of the Great West
Realty Co., with his seta, Douglas, left
yesterday on a business trip througn
Uhe Eraser valley. He will drive by
way of the Yale road, crossing the
river at Harrison, und returning on
the north side. The jouiney will
occupy some eight days.
An ��� XCUrsiOn to Ladner under the
auspices of the Royal Columbian lios-
pital auxiliary will take place next
Tuesday, the 14th Inst. ss. Transfer
will leave .New Westminster 7:30 p.m.
[returning the same evening. Mackness Bros.' b;.��d will be In att>-nd-
ance,  also  Madame  Gambert.  Return
.ticket $1.00, including dancing and
refreshments at Ladner.
A special  meeting of  the  W.  C.  T-
TJ, was held at the Odd Fellows' hall
yesterday afternoon to make arrangements  fop  tiie part  usually taken   by
Ith.- ladies of that organization In the
'rest and   tea   rooms at  the  Women's
building   durmg   the   provincial   exhi-
i hit ion.      Tlie same  useful  work   will
��� be done as  In  previous years in  this
connection.      The program of activities  for  the coming    winter  will  be
considered at the u-'xi meeting of the
organization  next  month.
A meeting will be held this evening
at  7::iu  p.m.  of   the    executive and  |
amusemenl   committees of  the Royal
Columbian hospital at the resldenoe of
tho president, Mrs. A. M. Herring.
83  Sixth  street.
Extensive preparations are being
made for the excursion to Ladn t
Iwhich is being arranged by tbe ladies
��f the Womtn's Auxiliary of the
Royal Columbian hospital. The excursion will take place on Tuesday
of the coming week, the steamer
Transfer b>ing requisitioned to take
the merrymakers to the Delta. Then-
will lhe an orchesta on board and
dancing will form one of the attractions of the trip.
THE NEW SHOE STORE
Chamberlin & Co.
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
*������������*����+��������
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^
Snaps in Lots!
L.N_;L��S.   ?JJKtE C0RN��-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE���66x14.   FPPT-
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIV_R; $7300; TERMS "^
2 LOTS, NEAR  MOODY PARK;   $600;   TERMS.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wen
nesday and Friday. Special matlne.
for ladles and children Saturdays ai
1:30 p. m.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
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bA_k______________ ^
Ready For Your Fall Requirements in
Draperies, Blankets, Bedding, Etc.
A subject that's of particular interest to home-lovers just now, for this is the
time when parlor, library, den, living room or
chamber are made ready for indoor life.
WM$u;
<*" \
New Bedding For All.
A comprehensive showing of your needs along
this line embracing every article of great comfort. There is not a store in this section better
prepared to supply your Bedding needs than we.
Every necessary bit of Bedding���pillow ca.ses.
sheets, blankets, comfortables and like wants
are here in a great variety. They are of the
best possible quality and have been priced in a
manner which admits of no disputing of our
leadership in these lines.
Fall is almost here.   Now is the tima to begin preparations for the cold nights
of Winter.   Make sure of your sleeping comforts bv buying your Bedding
needs at this store.
THE NEW LINENS HAVE ARRIVED BEAUTIFUL IN THEIR
SNOWY WHITENESS. EVERY ONE OF THEM READY TO GRACE
THE   FESTIVE   BOARD  WITH   BEWITCHING     CHARM. PRICED
TOO  IN  A  MANNER  WHICH   WILL    ENTICE     YOU     INTO   BUYING
NOW.
Here Are Some Prices  Which Explain
Our Leadership
Flannelette Sheets
in white mid grey with plnh
and blue borders, single, 3-4
and double ibed size,    .rices
$1.25, $1.60,$2
English Flannelette
Sheets
Extra    heavy    quality    full
size whhe <4niv, $1.75, $_.f,o
and  $3.00  Pair
$1.75, $2.50, $3
Flannelette Sheetings
by   iln  inches   wide   yard
40c
Crib Blankets
Largo and small sizes, good
wools, pric.-,.
$2 to $4.50
Table Linens
Blankets
If your bedrooi
_��� is we have 'A   ������'     i '- '-'
In  this line,     Pure Saxony
wool blanket, in all weignts
v.vtru   quail- . - ,..
rately,  pink   and    bio      r-   _\
tiers,  prices
$4 to $10
English Witney
Blankets
Fine soft Saxony wool, blu'
borders, extra large aod
heavy quality.     Prices,
$6.50 to $13.50
Grey Blankets
lolored   border .
nd  weights, prices
$2.50 to $8.50
Colored    borders,   all   slM!
and  weights, prices
We maintain at all times a large
and  varied stock to choose from.
Bleached Damask
Irish Linen
72 Inches wide wiih napkins to
match; handsome floral designs In
large and small patterns- Prices
range from, per yard
$1-00 to $2.50
Tabling
in I bached Qeat floral designs, r,i and
60 Inches wide.     price per yard
45c to 90c
IfNMATCHABLE VALUES IN
GOOD QUILTS
Special lines that will commend
themselves to every one who investigates these offerings, qualities and
values  are   very   superior.
Unbleached Linens
60 Inches wide,    very pretty    patterns, yard
35c to $1.00
Sash Curtain Net
in Swish and Nottingham lace In very
prettj design full range .1 to 30 Inches  wide,   rrom,  pt>,- yard
15c to 60c
Dotted Muslins
in   while  and  cream,  all   sizes,  spot
and very neat design., IIG to 48 inches
wide,  per  vard
20c and 25c
EXCEPTIONAL SHOWING OF
CURTAIN FRINGES WHITE CREAM
AND COLORS.
Extra heavy quality unhleached
luibllng, neat check and lloral designs,
very handsome borders,     Price, yard
75c to $1.00
Damask Quilts
in single,    three-quarter   nnd doubl
bed size, very pretty patterns. Prlci
cadi
$2.25 to $7.00
Honeycomb Quilts
with fringed hemmed nnd plain edgi
all sizes, extra heavy grade
$1.00 to ��2.50
We carry a  full range of   colored
fpn'lis ail  sizes  and  prices
Bleached and
Unbleached Sheetings
We carry the beUI plain and twilled
sliceling at this price, that Is possible
to procure, 2 yds. . l-lyds, and 2 1-
yards  wide, per  yard
25c to 50c
Best quality English and Canadian
sheetings and pillow cottons, circular
and plain in all widths.
Madras Muslins
A good supply of thes_ pretty cur-
talnlngs to choose from. Neat floral
<les|ajns ln cream and white and dark
colors   with   lighter  designs-    Price
35c to $1.00
S. COLLISTER I CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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