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yObUME
NUMBER
riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO
W"w  WESTMINSTER
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Bi REQUEST     |���J���L ri��� M 10 REPLACE      B. C. L A. DISALLOWS jHAVE kod in pilhle      SHIPPING NEEDS
EXTENSION Of SEASON
TU Bl MWMil.il FUK I v
rant
Fishing Allowed Until
(September 3-Raise Price
| of Salmon
MISSION BOAT UDAL
to 20c.
Ki'.
__   I
���" Vancourver
I     I,,    Ilk    Hie
:,,  extend  toe
.,     rn
..... with Hn
onrarded '
Structure    Representative   of    Lumbir
And  Fishing  Industries  May Be
Ready   Early.
Is'
i
i i ii in. iliui'
��� partmenl   ol
i Ittawa, em-
md
the
I'rospets   ur,.   v'-iv    brlghi    to     thl
fisheries building ut Queen s ,
li,. erected in  time for He- pn    i
exhibition.   The lumbeim n  ���,
ing   their   willingnei     to
material ns Illustrative ol 01 ,   .
prim ii ul lndustrli b or British
i,ia, and ii-  soon as the dli
ihe  K.  .\.  & I.  BOI i' i
Hon   io  make ii   Btart  an
������ ii     i- iii.nl,. iii iii,. authoi -,.      i o
taw .1    In,,   lh.-    ,i:. 111 Vie       I'i ,   j
"I   ii iditional   ��� xhlbil    alrcadj     roni
Ised
I he  architect
Methodist Church Will Carry
on Good Work-This District iu Help.
VANCOUVER'S PROTEST
IIIII HO.. MK. B0W_tR
BETTER EACILITIES
uu  giving
I    'I lv architect,  I-:. G   w   S li
.', Venmng, deputy the work ,..,,, ,���. ,,,Jlii, ,_ fou_ Q
���'.. when   on   tie- iW(, K    ... B00n a    ,,, ,, ,   ,,.,    ,,
' 'l   the   ��l!1   nn mv an  i isued,   in other words the
:. "'������ extra time building can bi pi. ,j by tbi
I
of iii,-  exhibition  II   i
completi d   :., b  month
sotiaticnas
��� vn   of   a   new     mission
��� i thodl    church in room
which   was  lost  in   'he
worth    run,   wei      ago came  up  be-
Instei   district   meet*
h chun h        '  r-
���i! islo      hei i  iu Q i "ii s
lAvenui        ��� ���    oom.    Although not in
v   I  "   ��� ���      if thi ici  di legates
������-������"��� Inti ested    n   the
lute p, v. as Captuln Oliver,
il    d i id Ri .   Mr. Webber, who
was  with   Iiini  when  tbe  boat   went
il    and     poke    of
their woi k prim  to the accldi nt.
\ reso ition wus passi d Hun the
district pie Iged ii|s hearty supporl
to iin ���-'��� i,., and in assist In th
vision ,,- mother vessel to the extern ol in least $500, Sympathy wus
re ed with Captain Oliver In the
early loss ol bis generous glfl to the
church.
II.     mi js'ob   work   of   the   ' hurch
was passed In review and grants tor
  the current  year recommended,
Tho     presenl at Hi.- district  mei 1
Sir Frederick  Bordeau  Ridicules Story   Ing   Included   Rev.   James  Turner,  superintendent of Chinese and Japanese
York In B. G : Rev. Dr, White, superintendent  of  missions in   Hi'.:   Rev.
Dr.   Sipprell,  principal of Columbian
coll ge;   Revs,   0   W.   Brown,  J.   H.
Wright   Klilm Manuel, J. n. P. Knox.
Allan K. shurpe. e. I). Braden, T. G.
Barlow,   Prof   Burwash  and    several
lv in.-, whid) w,,y of   short    dura- j theological   students    at    Columbian
college, and among the hymen wer..-:
��� Vancouver Trades  and   Labor  Council
But Executive Unable toAr- Passes   Resolution   to   Work  for
rive at any Decision as to1
Officials For Next Game.
His D_eat.
'I h    exe utlve ol  the  B.C.L.A,
The   Vancouv, i   Trades  and   Labor
Council  has  a rod  lu  pickl_  for Attorney-General Bowser.
'"'U1     Some time i    i the ci uncil pass,
-.' long and more or less stormj meet- resolution
���! I evening, and the relation   01   Bowse
the \ ancouver and New  Wei  mln iter
1:1 !}uu    W( ���"   nol     materially   ,
lm roved  by  talk  which lasted trota   were balsed ma unjusl
1 ���'���      m   the  evening   until   well  on      ,\i  yesterda
Capt. Worsnop Addresses
Board of Trade on Harbor
Improvements Desired.
LAST SESSION OF.
DEFENSE CONFERENCE
granted,   the
���    that   they   will
--
Raise Price of  Fish-
tlng   ii    wus   also
��� thi  price i'i flsh rrom
I':.is action wus
;,". :, of reports from
y      . iser to the effect
ie rs   bud.   curly
1,... jumped   the pi Ice :
l�� ��� ..   un thence to 15c
J],"' thla had Induced
I. , ition fishermen to
J . nta iin- canners
li,.....;.. .(iul inn  decided |
].' l!icmes"lev. .
m   . i.ii  nol   necessarily |
itfnuc : a ol the fishing      London,  Aug,   19.   At   the    clo
ion, and II the sockeye app ar In  ������,,,������ o�� ���1(. imperIa. Defence con
i. river In larger numbers the can-;
lr-: ' 1   the old rates.
���the 1 poor 'u the river tion, speeches were delivered by th
simis prim,, minister and repretaitatlvs oi
the colonies upon the successful character of the confereni e.
No decision bus yel been arrived
ui regarding the Issue of a papi t
setting forth the result of the dellb-
. 1 < ��� iw Prior to the meting the
colonial delegates held a meeting last-
, ing   two   hours.
towards  midnight.
Disallow  Protest.
,'''"���' ""''> ac< '" lmP�� "'- done bj   ,,, pal
the  mei ting   was  the  disallowing  01
the protest  put   in by  fr isldent  I on
[a A   large  amouni   of  business    was
lng   upon     Hon.    Mr, deall  with at the monthly meeting of
r to dlsmis.  Police  Magistrate j.ltaa.F - -and ,                    M
lams ,J|  Vancouv, r on the ground tDe b,,,m, ���r ,,.���,,. Kl,( ���.1.,lin���     ,
e ip dice  0 'un Le(>i ,,., Bld. Qt| ,���.,.���,���..| Ul,
Quid   P10   Quo.
V.
chair.
evening's  meeting ol
the    members   of    tbe
councl]   passed   a   resolution   to   the In  for considerable discussion.
Of  Warlike  Preparations Against
Japan.
Ins
. '     '-.-      ������   It  Showed
Page  'i wo).
DST HALF MILLION
11 PASS TAHIFF BILL
('buries   Cliff,   A,   C.   W.-lls.   A.   Garrett, F. 0. Canfield, and R. II. CairnS.
PROCEED  WITH  WORK
New Cars for Use on Chilliwack E
trie   Line.
Work   on   laying  the   rails   on
That's Nothing  To   What   Its Operation Is Going to Cost the
St.ites.
the
Chilliwack   extension   ot   the   B.C.HI.
Ry. is being pushed rapidly ahead.
London,   Aug.     19.���Sir   ' FredericK      Yesterday there arrived in the city
Borden, Interviewed regarding the an- *i*   large  convertible  flat   cms.    renouncement in  American    n spatches  cently purchased by the e'-actrlc rail-
thai  Australia and Canada  were com- way company, which will be used in  _
11,in_  to   -meel   the Japanese peril,    the work of ballasting tin- road, 'lhe  ai] sjx mvn had been too long out of 50 cents.
said   such  a Btorj   was    she_r    non- cars  were  Btandlng on  the  track on "
���,,,,,.. Front -street yesterday, und today will
Respecting  the  London   Times'  01-  be taken  to the scene of op rations,
Ji ni     "i  ill,-  Vancouver club agalns
the  last  game in   Vancouver, on  the Was known
grounds   that   President  Gray  of  the     Thereupon
B.C.L.A.   had  exceeded   his   rights   in
appointing   Percy   Pei le  to  take
place of   lip-.iiev   Wilson  us  judge  ol
play.
lli...  constitution   of     the     B.C.L.A.
niiik..  it   quite  clear  thai  the   presl-,
dent bus the right, In the event 01 .'.">
of  the   previously  appointed  officials
becoming   unable  to act,  three  days
ivi'oi'e u game,  to appoint such  men
as   he   sees   lit.    This   consideration
alone  would  have  been  sufficient   10
disallow the protest  but its fate was
further sealed by the fact that President Jones, in putting it u the hands
01' the secretary of the B.CL.A.  had
neglected to see that it wus a compan-
ieii by tm- necessary deposit of ......
Ask  Players to Apopogise.
On consideration of the report of j 	
refc-ree Moresby on the last game, it
was decided to ask Oeorge Rennle to Seattle Aug. 19.���What, ln affect,
apologise to Mr Moresby for using provides 11 higher lumber tariff than
bad language on the field, and ask��d by the lumbermen, will be af.
O'lirien to do the same to judge of forded, mlllmen say, when the max:-
plav Peele, for both using offensive,mum proviso of the Payne tariff is
language and for striking him on the enforced nexl March. Lumbermen .
hand with his stick. have discovered that with this clause
The question of referaes for .he in force the new schedules will not be
coining game on Aug. 28. proved a *o bad alter all, for them, they think,
sticker and provided material for The maximum clause adds 25 per
dose on two hours discussion. The cent, to th. original duty against
Vancouver representatives wanted a countries discriminating against
continuation of the arrangement made American manufacturers. This means
at the previous meeting bv which five that if the Canadians maintain their 1
Victoria and one Ladner man were present tariff, the duty on lumber will
named President Grey to use his dis- 'be $1-56, ami 62 1-2 cents on shingles.
orefion in selecting two of them. The All that the lumbermen asked was
New Westminster delegates held that  $1.50  on  lumber and on all shingles
iho council a communication  wus r ���     Thi   principal business waa to hear
ceived   from   the    Attorney-General'    '-'  statement   from Capt.   Worsnop,  of
ib,- 1 an ��� .i.m Mi cl an steamship nne,
���ip in. conditions upon whlcn he
would make New  Westminster a 1 ort
puriiuut wus of the opinion thai Mr
Williams was an excellent magistral
and thai  no reason for his dismissal
of call r, v: mi.. 1,,. his stea 1. rs.
Th. advertising debenture bj law to
be     1 mitted   nexl   week  also   cams
effeci ihut ui the nexl elections they
would do their i> si to see that Hon.
Mr, Bowser was not returned to offlce,
AMERICAN LUMBERMEN
I LIKE NEW TARIFF
	
Find   That   Payne    Bill   Will    Enable
Them     to   Shove  Prices     Even
Higher Than  Before.
Capt. Worsnop submitted the reasons why he wish -,i to see the harbor Improved lu order to bring the
Canadian-Mexican k'iners here regularly, and under what terms he was
prepared to give a service. He first
explained that his famous declaration
to ibe Vancouver "World ' about the
Fraser was prompted by no mean
spirit, um ;i desire to call attention 10
tiv need of a deep sea channel to the
gulf.
He wished to give the sum,, rates,
for freight t0 Westminster as Van-
cuuver and Victoria received, and to
do that he must know what assistance the merchants would give him.
As he had told Mayor Keary th y
must have proper wharf facility, anil
suggested how it might he obtained.
The board might help him in two ways
by pressing on the council ilie construction of the market wharf extension, and assuring at  least 700    tons
(Contiuued  on  Page  Seven).  '
CAMPERS SUFFER FROM
OFFAL OF CANNERIES
lawn correspondence that  some   one
���v" '   -'���   19.���A despatch to fc   ,in   ailtijorltativ-   position    should
'" Washington say.-; ,(..[hU, the Drozr6ss of   the
A  large number of mils for the extension  were  loaded   from   the   B.C.B.
cai .   the  progress of   the    Imperial   'Y  C"'s   wharf  yesterday  afternoon
ial  the cost of hold l,jefence  conference    negotiations    to atnl  taken  to  the south  side  ol   the
."ii 'pi Congress to Yatiudu. sir Frederick remarked that  river on on., of  the company's own
wus at bast  ..v.- lh(,  negotiations   as  beforeanounced,
iv;   Include  ihe   In- were confidential.   He    however, sail
of  the  government   ,h.,,   they   ���.,,,...   proceeding    satisfac-
pnung: _t_c. in  printing   the  hear-  ,,���.nv   adding  that   anv   reports  pub-
lys and means com- | Hl,,.,i   must     necessarily    be    mere
Is  ivports  and  docu-   gu��8SwOrk
Vm, ihe Congress.oaal   lii cord, t_
Tiff bill in us  various   stages    and
f :  '���   ��� imiiiiv enacted. Ac-
Fa|e Information as to the add)-
}"'������������ 'V:. Incurred by ihe gov-
F"11"!! printing office is "not ava I-
' Imated to te as much
1       00 01  $400,000.
.,"'" Pr'ncl       Rem   0f  expense
I"1 ���" "'.ii wa.   mil
w accouni  ol
tm
TAXATION   BEARS   LIGHTLY.
truuiis.
;les will
the game  to make good officials. The maximum duty on shin
P was finally decided to leave the be more than  twice the old duty of
���whole   matter   in   the   hands   of   Cap- 30  cents.
tains Gifford and Matheson. with the The   maximum   clause  will   not   he
understanding   that   if   thev   did   not put into effect until  March  31.     1 Ins
arrive at some understanding iby Tues- was dan., for the purpose of giving
Many Are Forced to Flee  From  Boundary to Brackie Spit, Which
Escaoas  the   Pest.
day of the coming week, another meet,
ing of the B.C.LA. be palled for Wednesday.
rs
CLAYOQUOT WANT
FARMERS AS SETTLERS
Ask   Provincial  Government to Throw
Open Agricultural  Lands Within
Timber   Limits.
Record     Payment     of     Civic     Taxes
Proves  Prosperity  of  Residents.
The returns on the civic taxes up
Wednesday night, the last day upon
Ofjwhlch thi' full rebate i< allowed was
������age The mile- about $93,000. This Is '.'0 per ceut of
representatives was the total collection, which will exceed Victoria, Aug. V.i���The commisslo
ttti ol s.'iiatoi-s $47,00ii Ex- $1110.111111 before the end .1' the month which is investigating the trade re
tor employees of Cimg.cs. mvolv- according to present appearances, The sources of British Columbia cm-
111 M-iiivii,. _f nearly $100,000. amount of tuxes collectabla is $m7,-|cluded its .sittings here yesterday
"���ous expenses of the 000. From the ttixet due in 1908 the afternoon. The members proceeded to
of ._.',.n,ui'sum of $7").C40 was received, aboul Nanaimo this morning, where a ses-
$8000 going forward as arrears. Of sinn will be held in the afternoon,
this sum $66,000 represents the "total At yesterday's closing session, Mr.
paid In by the corresponding date ol .:. McGaffey, secretary of
last   year.
|es��i���n
Rs provi
llli.
FOUR
appropriation
1 i in Uie urgent delici.-ncy
KITTENS   BORN
ALL  IN   ONE  BODY
,.iV"Mv'1-   Conn.,   Aug.   111.���Rlcnuid
";       ol thi
Soi
:. iif
HUNDRED THOUSAND
IN BLUE hIBBON MARCH
The campers around Boundary Bay,
according to one who returned to 'be
city yesterday, are being pestered
with offal brought by wind and tide
from the canneries along the cost_
mostly from the American side.
The ��ffal at certain times ls brought
to the shore in large quantities a.id
pampers are driven away from ona
of the best summer grounds on the
coast by the obnoxious effluvia.
Campers at points further inland, at.
���"..,. Blackie   Spit,   for   instance,   havV  not
and  B. Companies Will  Parade at be_    ^hered    and    many    of those
foreign countries an opportunity to
adjust their tariffs If they v sire
Seattle lumbermen do not believe that
the Canadian government will change
its present tariff schedules and that
the max'mum duty will, therefore, apply against the Dominion next spring.
SOLDIERS LEAVE TODAY.
Fortieth   Anniversary    of    Prohibition
Party's Founding to Be Celebrated in Chicago.
Chicago     Ai.?     Au?.    19.���Prohibitionist, from all quarters of the coun- I
try  Will celebrate in Chicago  Septem-1
ber
Armories at 5:30 p.m.
The men of A. and B. comuanies,
6th. D.C.O.R. paraded at the Armories last evening, and receive! final
instruction's in regard to the week-end
expedition to Seattle, for the purpose
of taking part in the celebrations taci-
detital to the opening of the Vancouver arch  there.
The.  men  who  intend  participant!!
driven from the former place are removing to the latter.
At Blackie Spit, the playground of
Xew Westminster, there are now
camped som. 175 persons, mostly
from the Royal City, but with a good
proportion of Vancouverites and
Americans from border points. On
Saturday last they experienced a.
heavy   wind  storm   which   lashed  the.
���j ihe  fcrtietb anniversary of the ���-,-   th(J .expedition  will  parade at the waters of the bay  into great waves,
founding   of   their   party.    Announce- Armories  this  evening at 5:30  to be but tills was the only incident of th
tl
market  linn of Laylor
Manchester,  has  tour  kit
,. Bach  bus a  perfectly-
' I, I mr   feel
tl
Vancouver   island   Development    League,
appeared  to  support   a   resolution  ot
Detroil      Au*     19���Alleging     thai   the   Clayoquot  Development     League.
Lily Burden; a school teacher, thirty- asking  the British   Columbia  govern-
thr'ee   years   of   age. had  been    exert-
a   tall    und
���0 ���
ing an undue Influence ovr his seven
teen-year-old son. Ernest D. simve. n settlement
farmer   of   llrownsville   township,   li IS
,   ���,.,,,���  ���1; a obtained a ciri injunction restraining
aboul   the   bodj   of   each the woman  trom molesting or in any
���iv,   looks  like  a  cord "������'-��� Interfering with the boy.
ui four, in his peiitbiu, Shave sal 1   iv h
��� ui   10 each   makes  ll
ment that the agricultural lands with-
in  timber limits be  thrown  open  tor
ment was made at national headquarters yesterday that extensive preparations are being made for the re
fitted   with   helmets   and   to   receive kind   experienced   so   far   this
final orders.   From the Armories they  mer.    A record  for  health has
will march  to the tram office, where
Cjasion an I fully 20,000 blue ribbonists  t,1ey   wl]|   ]e.ive OM   two  special   cars
1 two of the kittens
, by  side  and  th.. other
lng  on   their
1
vi
Voting
problem ��_
Jot the
It IV
bucks
are
also
teacher list year told him the boy
was dull and offered to teach him
after hours. This r, suite,1 In her
gaining considerable Influence over
the boy, nnd according to ihp- parent.
a detrimental sort.
The father says he teamed ��f tlK>
...  ',,,-. ,���-,   teacher's attentions after the lad hai
|th..:"1  tbelr backs and wait until Skipped   to  a farm near Mt. Clemens,
��� "' wo brothers o,- sisters are where the woman persisted in visiting
,C|,";'; Tl"'n the two that have been him. The boy was next sent to
loin. H" llown' whlcn brings the Pennsylvania,  but  the woman  follow-
le��� ,,Wo 1{) ll>elr feet a���,i ti,e. ��... ed him there, and he was brought
iv'"'- Hi,!
must   eat,  and   this
sopp|i solved.    When two
,;' ns want  to nurse, the other
In answer to this resolution, th'
chairman, Hon, P. J. Fulton, point -1
out that all the unalienated timber
in the province had been reserved
since  Deoember,  1907.
Mr. McGaffey then went on to Bug-1'1"'"' '��� '' "ll
gest that tlu' government Bhould ac
qullj reserves on Vancouver island
lie elaborated on thv value of tin
forests, statins; that 1 lio time to con
serve there" was now.
i ' '���
Wed
meals
In Bleeping
The' same plan is home.    The overtures did not cease.
I-m
"ifpu'iivl' ,ulty  So,icltw  Meredith has, got It.
water commissioners, In
however,  and   finally Show,  in    des^
peratlon, asked for an injunction and
CRUSHED IN FOLDS
OF HUOE PYTHON
,    '"'"'"'I th.
Ithe
!������
^inquiries, that the city has!    ^^ next  Kummer or parly  in  the
Lmi'l -rope.!. SV? ?aUnl.y s',rlnK  'he  Prince  of  Wales  will  g<��
I- J   whenever it  desires tO|to   South  Afrlca   to  ^n   the   unin.i
I parliament.
Ohio Showman Has a Narrow Escap;
From    a    Most    Dreadful
Death.
Treating Sick By Wireless
is the Latest Achievement
^Bedford,  Mass..    Aug.    i9._
: ,   ��.�������.,     Aug.    iy.���  however, brought    detailed    instruct
ion 1 '   '>K a slck man 011 h^d *he  tions from a surgeon there, and the
"'lv   Nantucket   lightship   by  wire- |PW��crlptlon   that   was  sent   was   P��t
"the latest achievement of those up from ,he modicine chest ��"
"xwrd  ih,.
less Is
""���si "cnivvement of those  ��,,,,,,     ,,
.    .        . lightship by the crew,
('ill"   Doano    f ..     ��� . w  day?   !lK��-1    T1'e  naval surgeon  was  kept  con
*<"-, 01  the light vessel, was
stantly    informed    of    the  captains
condition,   and  he  began   to  Improve
uiki'u
tor aboard "n" as "U','�� Wtts no <U,C
j,ls| what i'��� ,!.   Cve^,di,:1   "OL  know s0��n  after "the '"long-distance    treat-
to ��ie  navai    \  ' , *,r*,,!B�� message men,  ,)(?Kan     Tortlvy hv! was reported  ass tw nts    kept    tl
Qavai   htWpUaJ     at     Newport, a_   helmir   nonvnU^nent ����"h"�� ����  "ones.
Peru, Intl., August 19���Gus Tam-
brldger, the banker-sho ��man, of Or-
ville, Ohio, had a terrible experience
with' a python this morning, In which
be received Severe, but not mortal,
Injuries. The python is 28 feet long
and 20 Inches In circumference and
weighs about 400 pounds.
The reptile got out of Its cage and
when Tambrldger tried to drive tt
back It attacked him and rapidly
wound itself about his body and began to crush htm. He called for assistance and it required the efforts of
seven mvn, who beat the reptile
nearly to death, to release Its hold.
Tambrldger ia badly bruised, but, fortunately, the prompt efforts of his
the    reptile
from
from outside are expected to attend
aad to march next day in the temperance parade in which 100,000 persons are  exp-Cted  to be in line.
em tht programme will be flvemet-
w'.m have run for Pres dent on the
Prohibitionist ticket and three wbo
1 nv run for vice-president. The flve
surviving presidential candidates who
will be pi p's.nt and the years In which
thev ran tor the White Hous,. are:
Olathe, Kan., 1884;
Joshua Leveling. Baltimore, Maryland, 1896, John G. Wooley, Honolulu,
l!>0u'; Silus C, Swallow, Harrisburg.
Pa., 1904; Eugene V. Cliafln, Chicago,
tno'..
for Vancouver. The Steamer Rupert
City, on which the r?giment will go
to Seattle leaves the Evans, Coleman
and Evans wharf at S p.m
sum-
also
been  established   this   season,     there
having  ben reported  no  instance    of
sickness in the camp.
A well equipped store, opened by
the lesee of the ground, Mr. Uordon.
and  a large pleasure launch,    owned
The men last night  decided not to ,'by Mr. Burpy, haw been welcome ad-
take blankets with'them m the trip. Iditlons  to  the   camp.    An  attraction
during the wek lias been the opening
of oysters by tli,. Crescent Oyster
company which now have a large force;
of men engaged in the work of preparing lhe mollusks for the market.
The oysters are doing excellently.
Those that are now being used hav
'been five years growing and are of
first-class quality.
CHINESE STUDENT
CONSTRUCTS AEROPLANE
Canton. Aug.    B.���(Specia 1 Corres-
respondence.)���Lue Ye Mun, a Chinese
student, has constructed an avi.plane
Olympin,  Aug.  19.���In  the hwit  of
the discussion  of  the bill to  remov.*
ORGANIZE BOARD FOR
MAPLE RIDOE DISTRICT
Port   Haney   Residents  Show   Enthusiasm For Proposal���Hammond to
Join Hands Next Meeting.
The meeting which was held at uJ5
Public Hall, Haney, ou Wednesday,
ln the Interests of the formation of a
Board of Trade tor Maple Ridge muni
after  the pattern of several of those the   Soldiers'   Home   from   Ortiug  to
now   under   test   in  Europe   and    ex- Port Orchard in the House this iiiorn-
pects to have his machine ready  for ing,  Rep.   J,   W.   Slayden    of  Pierce
trial  about  September  1. County,   struck   Rep.   J.   Ct   Hubbell
The design is a union of the best wlth hs flst    The me��� mlxe(] ln the
points of a number of the more sue- main aisle before the legislators were
cestui machines of Europe with   sev- torn  apart by  Sergeant-at-arms     Joe
eral improvements of his own. Wilson.
Women Wilt Soon Control
Government of New Zealand
llngton co'respondent cables: "Statis
clpality did not carry through its or-1 tte. indicate that within 25 years a
iglnal purpospe of a jol.it gathering j majority of the voters of New Zea-
for Port Hammond and Port Haney, land will '.e women. In seventeen
as the train east was late.    However, | electorates \MitfkM)    already    enrolled
London   Aug. 19.���The Tlmes_ Wei- other social  and    political    reforms.
Generally he  thought  their  Influence
addresses were given by President, J.
A. Lee and Secretary Wad. of the
Westminster Board of Trade, and the
meeting adjourned for a week tor a
Yesterday's Baseball.
cut number the men. ���
"The   attorney-general,   speaking  of 4
the subject today,  said there was a +
reduced  degree  of  domesticity among +   Vancouver   1
V> Seattle       *
would be for good.'
��� ������������������������������������������������������
as  being convalescent.
committee  consisting  of   representa- \ New Zealand women.    Women   were
fives from the two towns, Ruskln nnd less inclined to make the home their
Pitt Meadows to draft by-laws, to be only sphere and their sympathies and
submitted to the meeting at Port Ham- activities were widening,
niond on  Wednesday next. "He  is  of  the  opinion   that  when
Both  representatives  of   the  West-  the  reform  of  the  liquor  trade,  for
minster board made addresses, dwell-j which  women  long have  been strug-
ing on the opportunities such n board gllng,   has   ben  achieved   their    zeal
would give for industrial development,    will   be    diverted    toward    securing
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, AUGU-T 20, 190,.
OPPORTUNITY
is now knocking at your gates.   Seize it   the chance may be the last one.   On
Wednesday, August 25, 1909
vote for the By-Laws and a larger and more prosperous New Westminster.   Keep in the van with other
cities.   Show the City Council that we admire their hard work and efforts.
VOTE, VOTE, VOTE and Carry the By-Laws.
(HOOK FIGHTS POLICE
WITH SWORN UNE
Forger   Attempts   to   Stab   Detecrtive
Who Was About to Arrest Him
���Held   For Extradition.
ates, and $10,000 worth of flsh taken chase the  following d.scribed  lands:
to the Canadian side of the line. |    Commencing at a  post planted on
"It looks to me very much like a the north shore of KlaoBsis lsiand, a
scheme to deter investigation of the  small  lsiand  south of  Turner island.
methods of th-e American trappers'
said one well-known local canneryman
to   the  News   yesterday.
Pirates may have robbed the traps
of soma fish. American pirates have
robbed the traps on this side of the
line, and there is no reason why they
should not do the same to those on
their own side. But as for the hold
up part of It,���I doubt it. It looks tn
me as if the story had ibeen circulated
merely as an excuse to hold ofT investigators, with guns if necessary"
Daily   Report.
The report of the canners' association for yesterday is as follows;
Bellngham���Got eleven scow loads
yesterday; about 154,000 flsh; about
half humpbacks.
Anacortess���Got full supply of fish
yesterday. Fish now running in that
district are about 10 per cent, sock-
humpbacks.
Dated  June 6th,  1909.    Applying  for
the whole lsiand,    40 acres more or
GBfl
DORA ANDERSON,
Per S. H. KORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
District of Ooast  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
lsiand. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
I-iondon, Aug. 19.���Adalbert Eu-
Sti.ie Hoyt, wanted in New York on a
charge of stealing a cheque on the
Cnatham National Bank for $5,0(10
from Miss Ju'ia W, Porge3 and forging her endorsement, was cleverly arrested ln London today. Lieut. Bernard Flood, of the New York detective department, who is here ln connection with an extradition case, wa3
recently instructed by District-Attorney  Jerome's office  to  lay    a    case
against Hoyt, who _ad forfeited    his I eyes a_d  90 per    cent,
toail  of $5,000  and  had  come to Eu-J_\j0st 0f seiners retired,
rope, and to locate and apprehend the i    Kwt-ns���Did  very poorly yesterday,
fugitive.     Flood   traced   Hoyt   to   six'    g_   Mungo���Average   57,   from    85
different addresses in London, thence  boats.
to Scotland and afterwards to Am- Brunswick���Average 45 from 43
sterdam, Ostend and Dieppe, and fin- hoats.
ally landed his man today in the of- Phoenix���Averag. 70 from 30 boats,
flees of the American Express com- Imperial���Average 65, from 7o
pany   at   Haymarket,   where  he    had  hoats.
Kone to obtain a consignment of fancy Vancouver���Average 90, from 112
travelling clocks  sent  from  America,  boats.
Flood was acompanied by a Scotland British America���Average *5, from
Yard   detective,   who  Informed    Hoyt 50 boats.
that he held a warant for his arrest. Scottish Canadian ��� Averag. &h
Hoyi had a sword-cane with a heavy  from 30 boats.
Toledo blade two feet long in his j The C'al-doulan cani..-ry reports District of Coast Range One.
hand and whipped out the 8teel ^s that a round bottom fishing boat' Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
the Bogliali d-tectlve apprehended was stolen from the cannerv wharf [of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, car-
:,ut   li'v.i    ., 1 wi,. 1   the     wea- [sometime during the night of the 15th jpenter,   intends    .  apply  for permis-
was inst., containing 150 fathom 5-ply net, |sion to    purchase    the following de-
District of Ooast Range One.
Take  notice  that  Ralph   Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B.  C., occupation,  fa.
mer, intends to apply for permission
to  purchase  the followiag  described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore ln a small bay on
Compton Island. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applying for the whole Island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per 9. TT. PORD, Agent
Dated June 4th, 1909.
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of John island, an Island between Kees Island and Davies
island. Dated, June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 60 acres more or less.
JOHN  JOHNSON.
Pe.   S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence nortii to coast, thence following the coast line to point of commence ment.
WILFRID DOUGALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
I    Dated Julv 21st, 1909.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that James Watson, or
Vancouver, B. C., occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the northeast shore of Owl lsiand.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the whole lsiand, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JAMES WATSO.\,
Per 8. H. FORD. Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
hlm
pon  out of his hand  and   Hoyt
_undl��l Into a cab and taken to the [the corks not tarred, branded  C.O.l.
Bow  Streot  Police station,  wher,, he  The boat was painted    marine    blue,
is held  without  ball, pending the ar-'with   white  strips    around    gunwale.
rival of extradition papers from New  Dominion  license on bow, 968;     pro-
Yorlt-          jvincial Hems.; on stern, 1016.
, ~" I    The Currle-McWUllams cannery re-
London. Aug. 19.���Attempts   which port )088 of net_ 50 megh  5  ,    ()-\ thp
have  been  made  to  bring about    an  night  of  August  17.    License   N    M.
amalgamation  between     the   Victoria  ni.    Bellev.-d  to have    been    stolen
League and   the League    of    Empire from the cannery
have  completely   failed.     The  former
body  has  decided   to  withdraw from
further negotiations. 1
scribed lands
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore ot Mound Island-
Dated, June 4th, 1909. Applying for
the whole Island, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB JACOBSON,
Per 8. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
LAND ACT3.
Canners Jiscuss
Extension of Season
1 Continued from Paee One.)
of picking up towards morning, and
the average catch today may ibe fair.
Doubt Pirate story.
Local fishermen and ca_nerymen
alike are Inclined to doubt the truth
of the story sent out from Belllngham yest.rday to the effect that the
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
a nds:
Commencing at a post planted in a
mall bay on north shore of Berry island,  dated  June 4th,  1909.      Apply-
ng  for the  whole Island,  containing
100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 4th, 1909.
District of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
Intends to apply for permission to pur-
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
ohase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
Island, the largest island ln the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Applying for the whole Island, col
talnlng 60 acres  more or less.
BEROETA ANDERSON,
Peir S.  H. FORD, Agent,
Dated June 6$. 1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a po.t planted ln
a small bay on north shore of Bend
lsiand. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 80 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, N.w
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1757a, Issued In
the nam. of William Ol.-son, has been!
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that 1 SMii'l
'at the expiration of one niomh froml
the date of the first publication h-��l
of ln a dailv newspaper published HI
the City of New Westminster, issue al
duplicate of the said certificate un.��B|
in the meantime valid objection ��|
made to me in writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of TitW
l_ind   Registry  Offlcp-.    New �����'i
minster, B. C, August 2, 1909_
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street,
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Adolph O. John-
son, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, Intends  k> apply for permts-
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice  that Albert  Hunt, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation   farmer,
Intends    to apply    for permission to sorlbed lands:
purchase    the    following    deecribed sion to purchase    _je    following de-
lands: Commencing at a post planted on
Commencing at a post planted ln the north shore of crib lsiand.   Dated
bay on north  shore of  Kees Island June 6th,    1909.      Applying    for the
one of  the  Anderson  group.    Daten whole island,    oontalning    90    acres
June   6th,   1909.      Applying   for  th' ��n��re ��r _���"���
whole Island,    oontalning    160 acres 1 ADOLPH O. JOHNSON
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
more or less.
ALBERT HUNT,
Per 8. H. FORD, AgenL
Dated June 6th. 1909.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
,,   ,,. Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
tt_STl__r____ ��bi,��_0,hnvPa.nrfi_1trf!,S yancouve'-"   B'    0., occupation, lady,  to   purchase   the   following  described
mere, nad been robbed by armed pir- Intends to apply tor permission to pur.! lands
District of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Johnson, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, sales
man, Intends to apply for permlssloi.
New Westminster  Land  District, District of New Westminster,
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, intends to applv for permission to purchase the  following described  landH
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1469, theace
Manarmctartrs and Deatere ut All Kino" ot
Lumber,  Lath,  Shingles,   Mouldings,  Sash, Door.
Interior Finish,plumed Work.��Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Cumber Always in Stock for Fencing and. Draining-
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Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Wesbnim^ n_V AUGUST 20, 1909-
FRIDAY. *"  __
THE DAILY TOYS
PAGE THRKB.
The Hub
Tailors  and  Clothiers
WE ARE OPENING UP THE FINEST LINE OF FALL WOOLLENS
EVER SHOWN IN BRITISH COLUMBIA. ALL THE NEWEST IN
BROADSTRIPED SUITINGS. FROM
THE BEST SCOTCH AND ENGLISH
MILLS. OUR SUITS ARE STYL.
ISHLY CUT AND FINISHED WITH
THE BEST TRIMMINGS WHICH
MONEY CAN BUY. YOUR MONEY
BACK IF NOT SATISFIED.
%,    FOR     THE     MAN     WHO     WANTS
X\
READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING WE
HAVE THE WELL-KNOWN BRAND
MANUFACTURED BY JOHN W.
PECK     OF     MONTREAL THEY
RANGE   IN   PRICE   FROM   $7-50   TO
$22.00   AND   ARE   "RIGHT   UP    TO
THE     MINUTE"     IN     STYLE    AND
QUALITY.
I
H. Robertson, Manager.
660 Columbia Street, New Westminster, B. C.
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The Daily News SEEK NUCLEUS
I OF AERIAL SQUAD
"'DAY, august _, 19M
INSANE   HERMIT
HAS  IMMENSE  FORTUNE
Published by The Dally News Publish
tng Company, Limited, at tluir offices
The Dally News Block, corner of -^c
Kenzlc and Trew streets.
C. A. Paige.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1909.
Washington, Aug.  ID.���If Secretary
of   the   Navy   Meyer    approves,     the
Navy  Department   will  shortly advertise   for   bids    for    two    aeroplanes,
which  will form  the nucleus of   the
navy's    aerial    squad.    Thp    department's   plans   have   gone   no   further
than  to  frame  specifications  for  the
two aeroplanes, but back   of   it till
there is the general plan, as yet not
completely   formulated,   of  having  an
aerial  fleet, with  the  possibility  that
future every warship shall be
vith  an   aeroplane.
Tho   navy   specification,     fur  aero-
, ���   planes  will be more difficult to  fulfil
in   the  history  of  the  world  was  it;than ,hose whjch  lUv Wright  broth-
so  necessary  a.  it   is today  to  call |ers  recently  performed for  the  Wri
the arts and crafts to our aid for the
THE FUTURE  OF  THE CITY.
These arv> days of keen competition.
of great claimx. of vast achievements.
We live ln a busy, bustling, commercial age. when every man who de.
sires to progress and prosper must.
to sjieak metaphorically, get out on
thv> street and cry aloud to the multitude. Such quiet and timid ones as j in ujv
carp not to dn this may perchance equipped
pi-rlsh  by  their  silence.    At   no  time
^__
pr.mlum. The detectives estimate the
____^ fortune ai  about  $300,000, not  includl
Pittsburg, Pa    \u~   ia     v_ ,_inK fivv ba"k  1,ooks- whi.n  show a��-
a miser hoard his' goid I L^ ,,,d *%**? ^'"'^ ��f $' .'T'
ret that lie wis a n,,��� ,d 'ep sec" I u,lt" ,wo v,'a,'H aK0 Lt,|1,����<-h resided IV er Letbannel ��fhWeal"l ils <M '���> the hove] with his brother. At
"ears old whn __?' a her,nlt' �� "'a' >1'1"' "ll' hn,ther wmmltted sui-
from his i.ovel to the Mar��sh^ J_ff* Me "nd ��������"';""",sP<"<e to his ueigl,
sane Asylum MarshalSfla In- _ors for the flrsl time in 20 years. He
                                                     ._ search of bipj hnv 1 1      u ask<'1 t,1;" :l '""sln ln Toronto be no-
Aeroplane That Can Rise iSKBft^^K SHfsX&X %?$&X
sllv.r co|���8 of all denominations  each 	
Son.'"$ wrsedm'npafhSe"rte SaCk' I    Leve, Brother, Toronto, wm _.-nd vou
nWe^ne   o? whchan__,0l,0rW   fw  8  CakC  .''   the1'   f"""US   ,,Un',",
'    e     '   wn'ch  there  is a  toilet   -oap, if  you mention this  paper,
.Managing   Director!-.    .       -
 j United States Navy After
From the Water.
SUITS
purpose of malting known the goods
a man has to sell, the claims be has
to advance, the things that on,> has
for the public eye and attention. In
short, this Is the age of advertisement.
Thp potentates of far-off days sent
their trusty couriers abroad and afar
to make known to the world what
���was wltWn their ken, the mighty
deeds they had accomplished, the
great things they had performed, to
announce the circumstances of fate
and fortune that would add t0 their
greatness and importance���a prince
that was born, a new city that was
created, a troublesome aggressor that
was silenced or cajoled
of this continent followed the methods and precepts of this forefathers
tei these things. But we of today call
to our aid the artist, the papermaker,
and the printer; the magazine and
the newspaper; the postal service,
the street car ind aught elso that
may be in the public view _nd
thereby mak_ known our wares and
our wants to the world within our
ken.
This advertising is a mighty bus:-
ness . It might indeed be called the
tusiness of business, for without its
mighty 'cifluence nought can be accomplished. A.s for individuals, so
for communities, which desire to progress and develop. They too must
make their merits and claims known
abroad, else will a condition of atrophy supervene. The services of the
advertiser must lie called in to obtain
the necessary publicity for a city's
needs, Money spent upon such work
is well spent, for it is certain to reap
a profit, and if it is disposed with
wisdom and judgement then the profit
will be large.
The City of New Westminster
stands today on the threshold of a
great future. Thanks to tlie good
work arid wise conclusions of our
Mayor and Aldermen a splendid foundation for this advancement has been
laid, and we need but the men and
tlu- metnos to establish their projects
thereon to make this one of the great
industrial centres of he far west. Its
commrclal and industrial .growth will
never be antagonistic to its attractions   as  a   residential   beauty    spot
Department. The navy will require
an aeroplane which will rise from
Or land safely in the water . It will
be required to remain in the air for
four hours, carrying two passengers,
and have a speed of forty miles an
hour.
BLONDE   HAIR   SHOWS
CRIMINAL  TENDENCIES
-If you are a
New  York. Aug.   19
blonde, duck or dye.
Dr. Charles E. Woodruff.' surg.-on-1
major of tht> United States army, has
just completed a tour of tiie principal
prisons and asylums of the state. He I
takes a very gloomy view of the sltua-1
1 iin. There is no future for the I
blonde, he says, but cemeteries, asy-1
Itims   or  prisons.
Dr. Woodruff has just discovered 1
The Indians I that a majority of the prisoners in. |
thp penal Institutions are blondes, i
This is not news to psychiatrists. Iir. !
woodruff says the blonde cannot stand
this climate. It's two much for him
or her of the golden tresses.
The doctor offers no remedy, but
there are hair dyes In every drug
store and there Is no reason why the
lady with the peroxid locks should
not get back up. It's poor hair that
won't work both ways.
SUNUBHT
I��� SOAP���
With half the labor, and at
half the cost of other soap,
Sunlight does the whole
washing In half the time,
yet   without  Injuring the
most delicate fabric.
Use it the Sunlight way.
Follow the directions.
I
New Fall Suits arriving makes it necessary for us
to clear out all our Spring and Summer Stock of
Suits at once. To do this we are selling the balance of our Summer Tvvo-Piece Tweed and Worsted Suits at one-third reduction. $15 values for
$10, $12 values for $8, $10 values for
"Lest We Forget"
We want to tell you that
Lee's Furniture
Emporium
is the place to get THE BEST in
Furniture,   Carpets,   Oil   Cloths
Rugs, Window Shades, Baby
riages, Etc., Etc.
Car-
''Quality" is our watchword. Visit
us today and see our magnificent
stock.
*********,
WE   WILL   TREAT  YOU   WELL.
$6.65
One-fourth off on all Spring and Summer Three-
Piece Tweed and Worsted Suits.
I
$25.00 values for   $18.75
22.00 values for    16.50
$20.00   values   for       $15.00
15.00 values for      11.25
if you know exactly the sort of suit you want
you'll find the choicest models in all the cor-
"Sect" styles, if you dont know, then we shall
be pleased to assist you with the best service
in fitting you perfectly with just the sort of
suit you "ought to wear."
Easterbrook  Milling Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR    $4.50 per Bbl.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS
McQuarrie & Co..
FRONT 8TREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 33J.
Half-Price Straw Hats
The balance of our Straw Hats to clear at;
$300 Straw Hats for $1.50
2.50 Straw Hats for 1.25
$2.00 Straw Hats for $1.00
1.00 Straw Hats for 50c
Finish the season with a new hat'
Notice is hereby given that the
partnership lately subsisting between
us in  the city of New Westminster,
      _    _.._      .     -r-   ,B. C, in the business of grocers un-
Is'attire his seen to this, and only a|der the firm name of Adams & Deans,
aught  to  dull  lts!has ^yeen tnls day dissolved by mutual
consant.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The said business will hereafter be
carried on  by Charles B.  Deans, under his own name,  to  whom all seas a residential capital j^unis  against  the  said  firm are to
be rendered, and to whom all accounts
due the partnership are to be paid.
Dated this Hth day of August, ltfO..
Witness,  J.  C-  Biftir.
DAVID ADAMS,
C. B. DEANS.
madman  could  do
charm, The industrial and commercial
development will go on side by side,
each helping ��� the other. Secure in
her position ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
of the Pacific ooast, New Westminster looks forward with an assurance
of a greater and broader future as
a busy port and manufacturing centre.
The work of advancement has been j
commence- and it ts now to attract
capital and resid-nts that the city
must devote its energies. There is
no other way of doing this than by
a publicity campaign conducted on
generous and business-like lines. Such
a, campaign it is the purpose of the
Ci ty Oot_icil to enter ujion, in conjunction with our Board of Trade,
.and the citizens are invited to endow
them with the power to carry out
this good work by voting for the Advertising Debenture By-Daw on Wednesday next- It Is the duty of every
good chizoi, who h n the future welfare of the Royal City at heart to
support the Council in its effort, to
make its claims and advantages well
and winely known.
TENDERS.
Tenders are requested for plumbing
at the Oentral School lavatory. Plans
and specifications at my offlce. Tenders close August 81, 1909.
W-  D. OOODFELDOW, Architect.
I
REID & CO.
GOOD CLOTHES, HATS AND TOGGERY
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
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The latest in Spectacles and Eye-
Glasses, Frames, Eye Protectors, j
etc., ac
RYALUS
THE DRUGGIST AJV.
OPTICIAN,
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
MU1T0N, VEAL, PORK
Fresh Pork   Sausages dally.
Best of Farmer's Pork.
PUBLIC   MEETING.
In accordance with a resolution ot
the council passi-d on the 16th inst.,
a punlic meeting of th. ratepayers
will be held ln the council chamber
at the City Hall, at 8 p.m., Monday,
the 23rd inst, to discuss the loan bylaws on which a vote will be taken
on the 25th Inst.
N.  H.  MCQUARRIE,
Acting Citv Clerk.
City Hall, August 18, 1909.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEMY _ ANDERSON
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| School Text Books,
I Scribblers, Pencils,
and all School SuppHeS j
GO   TO
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY A CO. .
iot, f*tnnn.t.*t******tttnm ......on**********
Columbia St.||   _��
Columbi;
MORTGAGE ASSOCIATION
TO   WORK   IN   WEST
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Montreal, Aug. 19.���Senator Roy, of
Edmonton, who has just returned
/rom Paris, anounced today that he
has been Successful ia forming a new
trust .ompany in Paris, named the
Canadian Mortgage Association, with
a capital of $3,000,000. Thi*��Canadian
headquarters Will be ln Winnipeg, with
branches io Edmonton and oth.r
cities In the west.
Senatoir ,Row "stated that the Paris-
Ian capitaflstff to_k very kindly to the
Idea of investing money in Western
Canada, aad he believes that with'n
the next few years a lot of French
money win flf_d its way into Canada.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
Do you Want a Glass Jug?
SPECIAL TODAY
15c and 45c
lumbian College
Fall Term Begins Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9 A. M.
a ass? wars? arts xnssa
_._/*," exP;ri*nce<�� in��tructor___Gymnaslum instruction 0i���.n .n ....
dent, free of char^.    For rate, for board or tuition appl} ��
W.   J.   SIPPRELL,   Principal.
TO
SHOW
WE   ARE   READY
you how it is cheaper to buy oUr
high-class building materials
than It Is to purchase Hie P��or
er kind. We can point t0
buildings buUt with our materials   that  never  need  repal.
We can  point to some
ottierJ
real
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of out
materials.        See    where
cheapness lies?
.J-tde
EACH.
The Pair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range should! get one that will give nerfeei ._,._
faction In cooking and bak.ng, ��� economical In the use o* fuelTh_. i. Z
to work over ln the bote weather, and ���TO easy to operate and S!     ,
If you wish to be satisfied In thesereepect/you    Z    C ToTZ
5^tw^^-__-_B3
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
WATCHES
RE-
BE. ORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK
MEMBER, WE CARRY THE  BEST MAKES  OF WATCH   MOVEMENT*
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE _ AND  HAMILTON WATCHES. FRI
DAY, AUGUST 20,
1909.
THE  DAILY
TS.
PAGE K1VB.
Move-On Sale.
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
\rV. S. Collister & Co.
I WEST END SPRINGS
A Dili SURPRISE
VANCOUVER   FOOTBALLERS
ELECT  YEAR'S  OFFICERS
Hands    Out
Tun
Beating   to   Reginas
of   5  to   4���Still
Championship.
to
After
SALE   AMOY
-AT-
The Old Country
Boot Store
Th  variety of tempting bargains displayed  Is too  varied to give all
tails in an ordinary advertisement.       Therefore  see our  door and
.       and bargain  tables.       Every  lot   is  priced   in   plain  figures, and
.    , ,i KEEN CUT CASH PRICES  are  away  down  to  the  BOTTOM.
ii b��� Our Children'i   Fall   School   Boots     are     here;     prices  away
Iflow- at sale.     Now is your opportunity.
The Old Country Boot Store
661 Columbia Street.
J. STEWART,  Proprietor.
Vancouver, Aug, 19,���At Use meting
nl in.- Vancouver District Pootball association held laBi nlghi In the National Sports club, tho following of-
fleers were elected for the coming
Season: Hun. president, C E. Tls-I
dall; hon. vice-presidents, A B. Suckling and ���). A. Fullerton; president,
f'on Jones; vice-presidents, D Mc
('niiiiin and T. Mahoney; secrstafy-
treasurer, D   i.vrh
Th,. trophy awafded by Mr. Tisdali I
will  he  given  to  tin- ser-ond   dlvisfon
league, and will be called the Tlsdall |
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Challenge   shield.     tt   was   also     d
team gathered   themselves    together Iff ded
lav wiling, and sprung a surpris. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the Reginas, mid i��i lacrosse fans'eo hP played for <>n tb,. cup tie sys
generally'by handing a    licking    to item
ihi-lt  i.ppniii'ii!,,  to  thi-  tune of  I've      	
to four. jufiui'd to second  division    company:
The vim.  was ih.- hardest tnat has Summers, Cameron, Steele, Dingwall,
been     en    ace Uie match earlier kt -Mitchell  Sugden,  Watson,    All  rein-
t__ season when the two teams tied, | statements of players  will  be made
through tlu. Vancouver District association. No player will toe reinstated after December 1
After having  lapsed  into a    state;
bordering on complete disorganization
West  End  Intermediate lacrosse ichallenge  shield,    ft  was        ���
_ to hand the  ptvsent second df | PH0NE
n   virion cup dowvi to ihe junior division.
il.
TODAY
we   are showing  bargains  in  Couches from $4.50  up.
Come before they are all out    See our show windows.
We can sell you anything in
GOOD UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
cheaper than elsewhere.
W. E. FAI ES Jl__jjj A9"es Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
176.
NIGHT  CALL  81.
The   following   players   were     min-
Having taken over Mr. David Adam's interest
in the firm of Adams & Deans, grocers, of this city,
I shall endeavor to merit the confidence of all old
customers and any others who may favor me with
their patronage by giving the best possible values,
prompt delivery and courteous treatment. I also
wish to thank all who have so liberally favored us
with their patronage during the past four years.
Yours respectfully,
C.   B.   DEANS
TELEPHONE   97.
and ii  wis witnessed by a. large and
enthusiastic crowd of rooters.
During the early stages ol the play
iln- plaj wns equal, ami n was hard
to p i - Hi. winners, bul towards the
last the West Enders showed superior
form. .hi.I in Ui,. lust Iwo quarters
made four goals, to Ov Reginaa being
unahl in score at all. Tbe Kast
Binder gol In their work early in the
game, tallying two In the Hrsi quarter to one for the Wesi Hinders, and
two in the second, when Galbralth
the strong West End defence man was
'off the field, Al the half time the
Bcore itood four to on., in favor of
the Reginas and the big pull In the
,la��t two quarters by which th_ West:
Ende-s won was the most sensational
���Ueatur. of this year's Intermedlfttfl
lacrosse
The game wus luud. checking was
close, but not unduaiy rough and
penalties were few.
The teams lined Up us follows:
Reginas���Goal, Ooutts; point, Pear-
' son; cover, Patchell; defence field,
Giffopl. Fletcher Fitzgerald; rvntre,
Ih. Mackenzie; home field, K. Mackenzie. A. Smith, C. Smith; outside,
;Purdy:  inside. Hume.
West End���Goal Munn: point. Dig-
'by; cover, Gregory; defence field,
Oalbralth   Cormack, Eastman; centre,
^~ Wil-
lll-
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated I.H60)
Capital  Paid up $4,700,000
Resarve Fund      5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
li was decided to admit the ladles
. nil league "Hatches free of charge
In  and  out  of  town  accounts  soli
cited.
SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT
CRICKET
Foreign and Domestic Exc bang, and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
Xew Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE, Manager.
Victoria and the Burrards were the
winners m yesterday's play In tne
big cricket tournament In Vancouver.
'Hi.- former team defeated the Vernon
twelve by a score of 234 to 45, While
the Burrards defeated Hie Portland
players by  L68 to  *Y
In the first game each team played
only  one   tonuiigs,   __���_  Victoria  team
makliig too long a stay to allow ot a | ^^^^^^^^^^^^^___^^^^^
second In tlie Burrard.Portland | Where to buy furniture cheap as- well
game two innings were played. as go*d
Best
Ever
The Question
[Where to buy furniture cheap ae-well
as good
Is Answered
Sangster;    hom ���   f!eld   Bartlett,
kit-, Martin: outside, Mcl'hadilen
side, Swanson.
of the w��-st End team Gregory,
Cormack, Wflkle Martin and Eastman are all rrew, while MePhadden
has not figured on the I-neup for several   si 'a-ons.
C. D, Peele acted as referee and S.
Abe  Attell   in   Slow  Bout.
Saratoga, Aug.  lit.���Abe Attell, the    ^	
featherweight champion, and Harry |bv directing you to the store where
Btone, of New York, fought 10 rounds )OU can see tne largest stock ot new
to a draw last trigfi* before the Sara��- ard second-hand goods of all kinds ln
toga Athletic cluh.    Until the last two |m,. citv
rounds Stone caried. the fight to    the 1    i )iave a splendid Cream Separator
champion from bell to bell.    It was a  for sale, nearly new.
tame and  featureless  exhibition. Two i    Com. and see how much mor* you
and. i can   get  for  your    money  here  than
elsewhere.
Repairing of  gun., umbrella*, typ.
wrlters,  and  light  automatic  machinery and bicycles a specialty.
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I
Schools open on Monday next
and we want all students, both
young and old, to remembir
that MOREY'S BOOKSTORE
is slid in the lead with BOOKS
and   SCHOOL  SUPPLIES.
Our scribblers    and    exercise
books   are   the   best  valua   ever
offered.      Don't    buy    until    you
have seen ours.
TWO  SCRIBBLERS   FOR  5c.
an  Monday next.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
i thousand   racing   men,    owners
trainers witnessed the bout.
It Opens Monday
The schools open next Monday.
Parents send your children to
us; they will be properly fitted and
we will save you dollars on your
shoe bill.
Remember we are selling off
Children's Shoes at Cost during our
Big Mid-Summer Clearance Sale,
which is now going full blast.
Catcher   Permanently  Disabled
Cincinnati,  O.,  August  19.���Catcher
harry   McLean,   who   was   injured in
Sunday's    game    in    colliding    with
Catcher Thomas, of the Boston Doves,
  at th-,- home plate, will never be able I
,Malcolnison  as  jndge of play     Time- to play again.    The  doctors  who ex-jColumbia St
! keepers wer,.  J.  I.  Keary  and G.   W. (amined    him     yesterday    said    that   	
Grfmstone when   his   injured   kneecap   heels    iti
West   End   now   stands   with     two  will be stiff and  keep Mm from  run-
games   tn   Its   credit   as  against   four  ning.
for   the  East   Enders.     Thvr..   Is   one
more eanie to be played on the sched- There will be a general meeting of
llle and one draw to he decided. To the Westminster Renters Football
pwn up with Retina* the West End- club this evening at Blair's store, Co-
ers have to win the draw and the ex. lumbla street, at 8 p.m. In accord-
tra game, then to get the champion- aiicP with the arrangement made afl
ship   they   have  to   win   the  deciding  the recent annual m-.-ettog.
game,     that   means   that   they     will 	
have tn take- three straight ��in. lrom      The Xanaimo cricket club has sent
the   East   Enders.     They   th nk   that   a challenge to the  Westminster club |
thev can  do  It. hut  the Reginas  will   to   play   a   game   n.__   month-.     Tin.
hive something to say on the subject   Diamond   City    willow    handlers  put |
also. up a fair exhibit  of the game.
Alex. Speck
SECOND   RAND   STORE.
"Man on the Wheel.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
i_i_ce 'Phone 1>��.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   deltverea   promptly,   to
any part of t_s city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DE-TIT
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this office,
whether yon intend to travel or sending for your ftiewta.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress; of Ireland   August 27
Empress ��f Britain ..  .. September 10
For other dates and particulars apply to
i E. GOU LET.
C. P. R. Agent.
6. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McCfll   University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of New Westminster.
OBITUARY
mote a healthy tone- of feeling Bgafttftt
such cor-duct. It is considered a _r��SB
Henrv Pollard. I misdemeanor   for  o��e   student   -_ to-
Th    fuierii   of   Henry   Pollard,  a terfin-.. to any way wlt6 the persMMl
I      i      ,Y,     l.  citv   sLlc*   1890    took   liberty of another, as. lor example. t��
TT       II  v      tn...   fom   his i entering   into,   or   remaining   to    Ms
!' i  .    .    Kearv  Street    Sapper- TOOm against bis   will, or to  subject
ate "^f^^s.*3ery/^v.Lny student or countenance his b^ng
ton. to the OddKiiows ii . subjected    *o  anv  bodily Indignity ot
��_��_ w.._. X C_m^n. -^Garrett. \_T-l��  whoever.    Students who
FIRE
office:
HALL
No.   1
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| Gasoline Tanks and
tit HM>MU��t����t ��*�������� ��M* M
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN,
HOLMES BLOCK, COLUMBIA  8TREET,  NEW   WESTMINSTER.
P. McDougall, G. Ooulson, W. Chambers, and W. Hnbhard. Many flowers
wvre sent. The deceased leaves three
sons and three daughters, Henry, of
this city, John, of Port Esslngton.
and Robert of Niagara Falls, Mrs. G.
IN. He-ton, of Belllngham, Mrs. D��mm
Jof Dawson, Yukon, and Mrs. (Rev.)
|.l. F_ Brown, Port Esslngton.
I W. B. Pales conducted th. funeral
arrangements.
Mrs. B. Beaton.
The remains of Mrs. B. Beaton, who
died at the Royal Columbian hospital
at. the ago of 2S, were removed ye>s-
twdiay by W. Murchle for sending up-
river to be Interred at Langley cemetery.
Harry Short.
The interment of the remains of
Harry Short, who died on Tuesday
��t the Royal Columbian hospital trom
pneumonia and paralysis took place
yesterday at Douglas street cemeter..
He was 48 years of age, aud leaves a
widow.
participle In such proceedings render thmi.telves liable to immediate
A__mMtn ft cm the university-."
Fishermen's Supplies
WANTED.
m*S*^*mr*
WANTED���YOUNG    MAN    WANTS
first-etas* room and hoard. Must
be central. State terms. Apply
W. P.. Dally NeW..
I JAMES & McCLUGHAN
_
Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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WA.VTBD-FIRST-CDASS PRESSBR.
Apply at once. Royal City Dye
Works.
Summer
Requisites
; Electric Railway Service
RAIN MARS OPENING
OF O. R.
A. SHOOT
Lime  Fruit Juice,
bottle, 25c.
per
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Interurban Line.
^ars  for Vancouver  and way
stations will   run every halt
hour  from   5:50   a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
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-hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11. P- ��"�����
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.9M
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Long Beach Ranges, Ont., Aug. 19.
���The opening day  of    the    Ontario
Rifle association matches, in which 44
riflemen from British Columbia   are
participating, was ushered  In  gloomily, the rain, or rather   heavy   mist,
falling,  making thing, uncomfortable
for the marksmen.   This morning the
Tyro match at 200 yds. was fired, and 11
this afternoon    the   -Canadian    club1-
match at 600 yeards, besides several
minor evnts, was contested.    Among
the principal scorers in the Canadian
club match Were the following west-k
_rn  shots:     Lieut.   Milne, ln    tenth
I place, with a score of 32, $5; Sergt.
'W. A. Taylor, Sixth J). C O. R.,   In
thirteenth place 32, also $5; Pte. Armstrong, of Hamilton, won flrst prize
of $20 with a score ot 34 out   ol   a
possible 35.
Toronto, Aug. 19.���iMcWtaster university authorities, In order to prevent
Ji rowdyism at the opening this year,
have issued the following notice: "Mc
Master university discountenances a"
proceedings commonly known as hazing, and exepects th. faculty and
students to do their utmost to Pr��-
Fruit Saline, per bottle,
50c and 75c.
Mosquito Oil, per bottle, 25c.
Cattle  Wash,
Ion, $1.25.
per gal-
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
���������
Spectacles 50c up.
Live Stock Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recognised as one, of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and sn ever-Increasing number
of stock ownars are protecting themselves against the serious  losses
whloh they have had to suffer In the    past.     I  represent the    only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handle any  nsurance but live stock they are able
te fulfil their obligations to th    greatest    satisfaction,    and   every
legitimate lose which has occu red on any ef the company's policies
since they started business, ha   been promptly pa.<L cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o   two, and th,,following letter Is an
Instance:
I New Westminster,  June. .23,   1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell." for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for $100.00 in
full payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some  valuable stock,  enquire  fbr par-
' ticulars. 	
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER, w
657 COLUMBIA STREET. - .t*MONt �����
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Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council ot
<he Ciiy of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollar* for th_ purpose of
advertising  the  City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand ($4000.00)
Dollars in advertising the City and
that the said sum siiou.d be raised on
tlie credit of the Corporation,
And Whureas, It appear, that if the
Sum of Four Thousand t$4UUU.'-'0i
Dollars be appropriated from ltie
general revenue of the City lor the
curr.nt year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
6ucii excessive taxation should be
avoided, and tbe said sum should he
raised on th. credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
issued for that amount.
And, Whereas, fur the payment of
interval on Lhe. debentures proposed
to be Issued under this By-Law, and
for -Mating a sinking fund lor the payment of th-.- said debentures whendue,
it will he nev ssary to raise by special
rales in addition io all other rates,
each year during the currency of th.
said debentures, the sum Of Two Hundred and Thirty Fiv. and 46-100
($235.46)  Dollars
And, Whereas, in order to raise
the said yearly sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five aud 4C-1U0
($235.46) Dollars an equal Bpeclal .rate
on the dollar will be required to be
levied on the whole rateable property
of ihe City of New Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property cf the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, Is Five Millions, Time Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount of
the existing debenture debt of the
Baid CUy is One -Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00; Dollars irrespective of the sum ��f Three Hundred
and Ninety-four Thousand ($394-000.-
00." Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," ihe ���Waterworks Den. ntu:,. By
law 19119." the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,' the 'Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law i909," oi
which none of the principal ur Interest  is in  arrears.
.Now then fun- the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
N.-w Westminster enacts a_ follows:
1. It shall he lawful for'the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, bod
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum 'or sums o: tooney,
not exceeding in the whole the sum
of Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars
and io cause the same to be paid Into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes mentioned herein.
.. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentur?
to be made, .n it exceeding in tho
whole the suni" of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollars, for such sums "'
money as may be required, nm. less
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed in pouiY sterling of tne
Tnlt.-d Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.SCO to the
pouiin sterling; and all such debentures shall ibe sealel with the Seal
of the Corporation feigned by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by i-uch nth r
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on tbe first day of .luly 1959.
at such filace or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
shall have attached tn them coupons
for the rayment ?f inieiest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, whlcb inierest
shall be payable half yearly on 'he
first of January and the fir^t day of
July, in each and every year, and tha
said coupons shall he signed by the
eaid  Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
year, in addition to all other ruts
on nil rateable property of ihe City,
sufficient to pay the Interest on the
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
ther.of when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5- Subject as -aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually' bv snecial rates
as aforesaid, during the '"/-ih'v of
the said debentures, the sum of Two
Hundred ($200,00) Dollars for the
payment of interest thereon, and the
sum of Thirty-Five and 46-10U
($35.46) Dollars to provide for the
repayment  of th" principal
6. The pror-.-eds of th.. sale ot tn��
said debentures shall he applied as
follows, and not otherwise: ���TowBfds
paying th- coat of the passing ��r
this By-law and the issue and sale
of the debentures therein r> ferred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th, day of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "Advertising By-law
1909."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
In   the  manner required  by  law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed In
on*n Council the day of	
190��.
FR'DAY' AU^_T 20i ,909
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Tak-.. notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which wlil he taken Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication there
of ln the "Daily News" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22nd.
flav of July 1909, and that a vote of
th* electors of the City will tie taken
on the said proposed bylaw on t_6
15th day of August, 1909, betwoen the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
in., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Kite Hall, Sapjierton; and tbe
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
su.et.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City ��Jlerk.
City Hall.  July 22nd.  1909.
City (loot Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council ot
the City of New �� estmlnster to raise
by loan the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars for the purpose of
building a City Gaol and Police Court
Room,
Whereas, it is expedient to erect a
building to he used as a City Gaol
and Police Court Room, and to use
that portion of the Civic Building,
now used for those purposes, for other
purpos.s and to expend 'u the erection of the said building the sum of
Six Thousand ($6000100) Dollars, and
that the said sum should be raised ou
th^, credit of tho Corporation.
And Whereas, It appears that if th ���
sum of six Thousand ($6tio.ou)
Dollars be appropriated from the
general revenue of the City for the
current year the ra'e of luxation will
be excessive, anil it is expedient that
such excessive taxation sliould be
avoided, and th,. said sum should be
raised on the credit of the Corporation, and that debentures sboiilj he
Issued  for that  amouni.
Aud, Whereas, for the payment of
Interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under ibis By-Law, atd
for creating a sinking fund lor the payment of the said debentures whendue,
it Will be necessary tu raise by special
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of tha
said debentures, the sum of Three
Hundred and Fifty-three and 19-100
($353.19)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
said vearly sum of Three Hundred and
Fifty-three and 19-100 ($353.19) Dollars an equal special rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the
City  Of New   Westminster.
And. Whereas, tlie whole rateable
property of the ijaid City, according
to the last revise.1 assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred nnd Forty-Five ($5,391,446.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, Hie total amount or
the existing debenture dei.t of the
said Cit) Is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand. One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dullar.s irre
spective of the sum of Three Hundred
and Ninety-Two Thousand ($392,000.-
00) Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
1909," the "Waterworks Dei), pture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-iaw 1909," the "Incinerator Ue-
benture By-law 1909," an_ the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," of
which none of the principal or Interest   is  in  arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal ''nun-
ci! of the Corporation of the City of
New  Westminster enacts a.s follows:
1. Ii shall be lawful for ihe Mayor
Of the said City ;o Taise by way or
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the cr. dli
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, arv sum or sums of money,
not exceeding ln  the whole the sum
of-   Six    Thousand   ($ii .00)   Dollars
and to cause the same to be paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentur. s
to be made, not exceeding ln the
whole the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars, for such sums of
money as may be required, not less
than $100,00 each, or an equivalent
expressed in iiounds sterling of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall be sealed with the Seal
of the Corporation Signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be there.
unto lawfully authorized.
?..    The    said   debentures  shall   be
payable on the first day of July 1951
at such place or places as tie Council of the said Cor|ioration may from
time  to  time  appoint,    with  the  ap
proval of the holders    thereof,    ami
Bhall  have attached  lo them coupons
for  the  payment of Interest    nt  the
rate of five per centum per annum on
Ithe   amount   thereof,     which   inierest
hall   be  pavaelp half yiarly  on   tihe
. ir-t of January and the first day of
uiy. ln each nnd every year, and th
aid coupons shall  lv signed  by  ihe
aid Mayor.
4. A special rate on ths do,la:
| hall he levied and raised n each
|  -ear,   In   addition   to   all   other   rafs
on -ill rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the interest on the
debentures, and to create a slnklnL-
fund for the payment of the principal
j thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be   raised   annually   by  special   rates
I as aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the sum of Three
Hundr.. ($300.00) Dollars for the
paym.nt of Inrerest thereon and the
sum of Flfty-Thre* and 19.100 ($5.'!.19|
Dollars to provide for the repayment
of the principal.
6. The proe.eds of the sale of tne
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
naylng the cost of 'he passing or
this By-law and the Issue and sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "City Jail Debenture
By-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before the final
pass'ng thereof, shall receive the as
spnt of the elector* of the said City
ln   the  manner required  bv  :n��.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of ..1909,
Reconsidered and finally passed ln
onen Council the day of	
1909,
NOTICE.
Taka notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken into consideration
by tbe Municipal Council of the City
of Nt*- Westminster one month from
the date of tlie first publication thereof in the -Daily News" and "Daily
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote or
the electors of the City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
2"ith day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p
m.. at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building:
the Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
CUv Clerk
City  Hall.  July   22nd.   1909.
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
fi The proe.eds of the saie of We
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: lowarus
paying the tH,st of the passing or
this Hy-law and the issue and eni.-
of tlie debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
'the 85th. day of August 1909, and may
be Cited   as the  "Waterworks  Dehenture, By-law,  1:109."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of tbe electors of the said City
ln  the  manner require!  by  lew.
Kee. ived the assent of the elactors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally pas.ed ln
open Council the dav of	
1909.
sufficient .0 pay the interest or.the
debentures and to create a sinking
8SM^eI��r����tof_.epita^
thereof when due, subject "o any Act
or enactmenl respecting the sam*.
5.   Bubjecl as aforesaid, th-r,
be   raised   annually   by   special
as aforesa d, during 'be
the said de entures, the
teen   Hund,..!   ($1500.	
the payment ol Interei���:
the sum of Two
Khali
rates
currency  of
sum of Fit-
Dollars   for
ther. on and
Hundred and Sixty-
s. s.
The   steam.-,.   ���
Brackman-Ker wharf _ leaJ
.afternoon, ,...,,.���,   .
tor Ladner, Stevt    , pJ
Saturday a,  J ��� ���.    " " _ ��ay p.J
Five an 1  96-100  ($265.96)   Dollars  to
provide  for tbe payment of the prin-1
cipal.
ti.    The proc eds of the sal
said   de. enturi s
Citv Clerk.
Mayor
City Clerk.
Mayor.
A Bylaw to enable the Council 01
the City of New Westminster to raise
by joan tlie sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000.00)
Dollars for the purpose 01 increasing
the capacity of the City Waterworks
System,
Whereas, it is expedient to con-
struct an additional Main Pipe Line
for the City Waterworks System from
Qoqultlam Lake to the Queen's Park
Reservoir, and also from the Reservoir to the City limits on Lulu Island,
and for that purpose to expend the
sum nf Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand ($234, 100) Dollars,
And Whereas, it appears that if the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-
Four Thousand ($234-00) Dollars
be appropriated from the general
revenue of the City for the current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
sneh excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on the credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
issued for that amount.
And, Whereas, for the payment of
Interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures whendue,
it will he nee- ssary to raise by spec ai
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during tlie currency of the
said del entures, the sum of Thlrreen
:Thousand. Seven Hundred and Bev-
���'enty-Four and 52-100 ($18,774.52) Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise tbe
said yearly sum of Thirteen Thousand
Seven Hundred and Seventy-Four and
52-100 ($13,774.52) Dollars an fqual
Bpeclal rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on the whole rateable property- of tlie City ot New
: Westminster;
And. Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said City, according
to the Inst revised as^essm-nt roll
;thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hun
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.-
|00)  Dollars.
And. Whereas, the total amount or
the existing debenture debt of tlie
said City is One Million, Two Hun-
i tired and Nineteen Thousand. One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00! Dollars irrespective of tlie sum of One Hundred
and Sixty-Four Thousand ($l��;4.0'��o.-
00) Dollars pronosed to be raised under '.he "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Water-orks Deb' nture B ���
Jaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,'' the 'Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909.'' and <he "City
'Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," of
Which none of the principal or Interest  Is  in  arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Coun-
;cll of the Corporation of the City of
[New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. It shall lie lawrul for the Mayor
iof the said City to raise by way of
Moan from any person or persons, i.od.
lor bodies corporate, who may be will-
ling to advance the same on tlie credit
'of tbe debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
mot exceeding in the whole the sum
iof Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand ($234,000) Dollars, and to
cause the same to be paid into
j the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes  mentioned  herein.
2. Ii shall be lawful for the Mayor
jto cause  any  number of  debentur s
to be made, not exceeding in the
whole the sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000)
Dollars, for such sums of money
as may lv required, not l.-ss
than $100.00 each', or an equivalent
expressed in pounds sterling of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland,    at a  value of 4.81.6 to the
ipound sterling; and all such debentures shall    e sealed with  the    Seal
,of tbo Corporation slgne.1 by the
Mayor and countersigned by iln-
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person  or persons as  may  be  th-re-
junto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
j payable on the first day of July 1959.
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 have attached to them coupons
for the payment of Interest at the
Irate of five per centum per annum on
I the amount thereof, which Interest
shall be payable half yearly on uhe
first of January and the first day of
July, in each and every year, and the
said ooupoms shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall __ levied and raised 'n each
year, in addition to all other rates.
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the Interest on the
debentures, and to oreate a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the sum of
Eleven Thousand Sewn Hundred
($11,700) Dollars for the payment of
Interest thereon, and the sum of Two
Thousand and Seventy-Four and 52-
100 ($2074..ri2) Dollars to provide for |
the repayment of the principal.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
Irut copy of tlie proposed Hy-law
which will b. taken into considerat on
by the Municipal Councl' of th- C ty
of New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication 1I1 re
ei in the "Dally News" and "Dally
Columbian"     newspapers,   which   frst
1 lication took place on the 22nd.
day Of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of the City will be taken
vi the Bald proposed bylaw on the
23th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p.
in., at tlie following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic buUdlng;
the Fine Hall, 8apperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Hall,  July  -2nd.   1909.
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909,
of tne
shall be applied as
follows, and tiot otherwise: Towards
paying the "'st of the passing or
this By-law and the issue end sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This Iiv law shall take effect on
the 26th. day of Augusi 1909, ami may
be < Ited as the "Hospital Debenture
By-law,   1909."
8. This Hy-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of tho said CUy
In  the  manner required by law.
Reci Ived the assent of the electors
on the day of l��n9.
Reconsidi red and finally passed in
opi u Coum 11 the day of	
1909,
P-m., r
Westminster Baturda
Returning,   lea ���
We.-1;   day   luuiuu,.
Additional   trip
leaving New West
This sell-���dull
without  notice.
I
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���   III     _
"v���n|
"5 a.11,
B .   |...-     ,
tu ci,__,j
For freight ami
ply to
R0BER1
"r rate,
JARDI.NE
Mana(!er
Treasurer thereol
person or per..,
bj
'""'li 111119
ttaecd
Wl
City Clerk.
May.
NOTICE.
Tak..   no
true    CO]
which will
grant
($30-
o, as-
buli i
A By-law to enable the Council 01
the City of New Westminster .0 raise
by loan the sum of Thin. Thousand
($30,000.00) Dollars for tiv purpose
of granting tb,. same to the Ko>ai
Columbian Hospital.
Whereas, it is expedient to
the sum of Thirty Thousand
000.00) Dollars for the purpose
sisting in the erection of a new
Ing for the Roya] Columbian Hospit
al in this City.
And Whereas, It appears 'hat If tiv
sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00)
Dollars be appropriated from tbe
general revenue of the CUy for the
chit, nt year the rate of taxation wil'
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the said _ nu should be
raised on tlie credit of th Corporation, and that debentures should be
issued  for  that amount.
And. Whereas, for the payment of
Interest on the debentures proposed
to be Issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund rorthepay-
ment of the said debentures whendue,
it "in be necessary to rais. by special
rates, in addition to all other rais
each year during the currency of the
said debentures, Hi,. .- um of Seventeen
Hundred and Sixty-Five and 96 100
($1765.96)   Dollars.
And, Whenas. in order lo raise tie-
said yearly sum of Seventeen Hundred and Sixty-Five and 96-100
($1765.96) Dollars an equa] special rate
on the dollar will be required t0 be
levied on the whole rateable property
of the City of New Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, Is Five Millions. Three Hun
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.-
00)  Dol.'ars.
And Whereas, the total amount or
the existing debenture debt of the
said Cuy is One Million, Two Hun
d.-ed and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100,001 Dollars irrespective of the sum of Three Hundred
and Sixty-Eight. Thousand ($368,000..
00) Dollars pro.Osed to be raised under the "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
1909," the "Waterworks Dele mure Bv-
law 1909," the "Street Improvement.
By-law 1909,' the 'Incinerator De
benture By-law 1909," and the "CUv
Gaol Debenture Bylaw 1909," or
which none of the principal or interest is In  arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the C ty of
New Westminster enact* as follows:
I-    It shall be lawful Tor the Mayor
of  the said  City to Taise  by way or
loan frnin any person or persons, .ode
or bodies corporate, who may he wiii-
In*, to advance ihe same on the cr. dli
of   the   debentures,     hereinafter  mentioned,  any   sum   or  sums  of  money,
not   exceeding  in   tlie  whole the sum
Of  Thirty  Thousand   ($,'10,000.00)   Dollars and to cause th 1 same to be paid
Into the Treasury of Ihe said City for
the purposes mentioned herein.
I    2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
no cause   any   number of   debentui 1
I to   he   made,    not  exi eedlng  ln   the
I whole  the  sum  of  Thirty   Thousand
! ($30,000.00) Dollars, for suoj, sums of
I money as may be required, not less
(than $100.00 each,    or an  equivalent
expressed  In   pounds  sterling of tne
Unlt-d Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland,    at  a  value  of  4.866  to the
pound sterling;  and all such debentures shall Ibe sealed  with  the    Seal
of the    Corporation    signed  by    the
Mayor   and    countersigned    by    tne
Treasurer thereof, or  by such other
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorised.
3. The said debentures {.hall be
payable on the. first day of July 1959,
af 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 have attached to thera coupons
for the payment of Interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which Interest
shall be payable half ye,.riy 0n uhe
first of January and the first day of
July, In each and every year, and the
_ald coupons shall he signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and ralse,| in each
year, in addition to all r-thry r-itps,
on all rateable property of the City,
Ice that ibe above is a
of the proposed Hy-law
I. taken Into considerat on
by the Munli Ij al council of the C'ty
of New Westminster one month from
ibe due of the first 1 ubllcatlon th "���
ot In the "Daily l.ews" and "Dal v
Columbian" newspapers, which frst
pu lication tock place 1 n the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a Vote ol
the electors of the city will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
26th day of August, 1:1119, betwei n the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. nnd five P-
ni.. ni the following places, namely:
The Council Chamb r, civic building;
the Fire Hail, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh
street.
unio  lawfully autl,,,^,,'!'^' bl
'''i.1'"     S,:'i'1 fes__.li
payable on the 1.      .,   ,. ,6��al1 -
at such place or , a�� Y "Wj
cll of the said I '"''Com
time to time aj
proval  of  the   ho
shall   have   attach, ''
for   the  pawn. ���.  .
rate of five per ci _
the amount   there. ������������'���'���
shaii  be paya le
of Januar. .,.-   '   .
'" "{irl1 "I1'   '        ��.nuu
coupons sha ,, " ."
Mayor.
a   special       ...
be  levied  and
n addition   ���
first
July
said
said
I.
shall
j ar,
do..
tacts
W. A
Citv   Hall,  Julv
DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
22nd,   I'.'09.
Street Improvement Debenture By-Law, 1909.
A  By law to enable the Council ot
the City of New Westminster   <> raise
by loan the sum of One Hundn d  tnd
Four  Thousand   ($104,000.00)   Dol
for Street  Improvemi nts.
Whereas, certain sums of money have
this year been expended oui of thi
ii. in-v'i revenue o| |h( (������;. for the
construction, improvem n and ropaii
of certain streets and Bidewalks, and
it is . xpi dient that certain additl . i
sum- be spent in like manner, amounting In all (with sun,.- a rea i bo
sp n-1   to  the sum nr One Hundn I
and Four Thousand ($104, .00) Dol
lars.
Ami Whereas, It appears thai if the
sum of One Hundred and Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dollars iv appro-
prlated from the general revenue
of the Ci y for the current
year the rate ol taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such excessive taxation siioul i be
avoided, and the said sum .should he
raised on tlie credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
Issmd fur tbat amount,
And, Whereas, for the payment of
Ini.rest on the debentures proposed
to be Issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund forthepay-
ment of the said debentures when due,
it will be necessary to raise by special
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the
and debentures, the sum of six Thousand One Hundred and Twenty-two
($0.122.IHI)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
said yearly sum of Six Thousand One
Hundred and Twenty-two ($6,122.0(1)
Dollars an equal special rate on
the dollar will be required to he
levied on the whole rateable property
of Ihe City of New Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said City, according
jto the last revised assessment roll
'thereof. Is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
Hundred nnd Forty-Fl'/p ($6,391,445.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, Hie loial amoum or
the existing debenture debt of the
said City is On.. Million, Two Hun
dred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars Irre.
spectlve of the sum of Two Hundred
nnd Ninety-Four Thousand ($294,000.-
00) Dollars proposid to he raised under ihe "Hospital Debenture By law
1909," thv "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,'' the "Incinerator De-
i benture By-law 1909," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," of
which none of the principal or inter-
.pet Is ln arrears
i Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
:New WestmlnBter enacts as follows:
j 1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of j
[loan trom any person or persons, bodv
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding In the whole the ��um
of One Hundred and Four Thousand
($104,000,000) Dollars and to cause
the same to be paid Into the Treasury
of the said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures
to be made, not exceeding In the
whole the sum of One Hundred and
Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dollars
for Buch sums of money as may
be required, not less than $100.00
e.i"h, or an equivalent expressed
In pounds, sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain anrl
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling: and al| such debentures shall be sealed with the Seal
of the Corporation signer" by the
Mayor   and    countersigned    by    tne
on all rateable ; r���
sufflei.ni   ,���   pay   t|        ���,.,",,;���
debentures, and  to creat, _ am.
fund ior ihe paym ���   ,.
thereof when due,      . ��� ���.       4
or enactment respecting ft Y,'ul
6.   Subject as i,to-. ,   1
be   raised   annually        - ^  ' J
as aforesaid, during
the said debenturei
Thousand   Two     Iiv ,'���|
Dollars  fur  the  payn .....
thi reon, and the Bum   ��� ���        '.-,
dred   ami   Twenty tw ;,'|
lars to provide for
the principal.
6, The  proceeds of lhe
said debentures -sh I
follows, and not otl
paying  ihe  OOSt   of  the
this   Hy-law   and   the        le aid
of the debentures then l_        ;���
7. This Bylaw shall take electti
thi  26th. day of Augusi I ��� 9 udnfl
be cited as the "Street In   i
Di   ��� ���' r. By-law, 1909
S    This  By-law   befi re   tlie ft .
passing thereof, shall      . ���.,. _
sent of the electors of I        i .._
In  the manner re v re
Ri ci Ived the a   ent of tl   ���   ai
or ty
���ng
on the......day i'
��� 1H.
Reconsidi n d and flnallv
���������:
open Council 'l
���
1909,
City ci i
1
NOTICE.
���
propi
Take  notl
Irue   copy   o
which will ii.
by   the  Muiih l]
of New Wefltmi ���' :
tbe dan- of iii. : i
Ol i'i iiii) "Dail ��� N'i " nti "I*
Columbian" mw pers, ; ������'
publication took i lai. -:. .. -������-
day of July 1909, I v! I ��� '��� ,;
the electors of the I '���'���;'l
on the said   propo ��� I     ���   �� m ti��i
26th day of Angus',
hours of nine o'clock a.m, .ind-vefl
m.,   at   the   follow.iv   ; laci -, nan.
The Council Chambi r, ;:��;'
the  Fire   Hall,     Sal .    Md '^t
Waterworks     Storehoua ,    li. v. I
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Hall,   July   22nd,  1909.
The following is a list v lb,, v^l
and amount to be expended on M8l
under the provisions ol the ���'ir';'l'
Improvement Debenture Bylaw, lMj
Columbia street, Has am   "'
Illent	
Columbia street, Qillander'B
Hill      ������
Front  street	
Agm-s street   	
Dufferin  Street   	
McKenzie street  	
Lome street	
Firsl  streot  	
Second street	
Third street	
Fourth street ������
Fifth   slnvt   	
Seventh street ������'
Eighth street ���������
Nanaimo Btreel    '
Twelfth streei   	
Thirteenth street 	
Fourteenth street   	
Hamilton streot    ���
Dublin  street   	
Edln.1 urgh street       ���"
1/milon  sireet   	
Tenth street  	
Alberta street	
Ooburg street	
I/elth street	
Royal avenue	
Queen's avenue	
Fifth  avenue	
Fourth avenue 	
Sixth avenue 	
Seventh avenue 	
Eighth avenue	
Thitxl avenue	
Tenth avenue	
Hospital street, Blair and Du-
chanan avenue  ������ ���
Streets generally  	
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Incinerator Dehenture I
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the
the City of New Westminster
mnd
we.......---      IS,:
by loan the sum of Twenty  '"    ,���,��
($20,000.00)   Dollars   for   the  I
of building an Incinerator
Wheras, lt Is expedient
for me
provement  of sanitary conditio"^
,to   ���   """"^J^".0'
the   City
should he built for the
refuse  at   the .cost  of  Tn
sand  ($20,000,00) Dollars,
And Whereas, It appears
���nty
Ttioii-
Unit i
ft.
,.:.' 1909,
fF,
IDAY,
AUGUST 20, 1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS
($��o,000.||0) Division of Now Westminstei Dl I
tho      (a). The
is to l,�� returned to
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vi difference o| ��� le
. a��d "'L'  i'"",,f"'t'lv"Corpom- L',i,O0,0H0   share*   of     $'l.n ,'   ( "int. of diversion and
ei, thec_���11 ,  ,,.s  should   bo  fully paid up. '    about 300 feet. Ul
W**��SP ,      (i The name of the lake    tr, '    ^ndei to be
i��S^s^^^^^ss^si --;rTi.r
isi;ii;riiiiii, ���*$
..    '^ii'iiliiir-> :YiritZ,
988'      n  .mer rales,      ,,.   Ti     ,^,i        .   ,   , , ^dresses Of anv  rt-:
un to all """r '  ,,'i    (c- lh'' l*'1"1 ��r division U abo
���in_ the currency oi^n>   flve n,n,.s foII1  lh,   juncll0
PAOE  -i-Vfc.V
AT THE HOTELS. I J*��?EJN _*Nm
ta,[ of t'1'
(sl" b'' "fi,.
rs or licenses who or
Thou.
Jcii!��'r ".      ,. One "".._ creek with said river
6 .^.."..d'red and Seventy-seven     ((JJ. .,.���_ qu.in,Uv ()f w.it(,r _ppl
ol  Bald  '���' ,, p..' to be affected 'lan
y One
IlllllU
Pollars.
for   (In  cubic
M-v   ���.,, ���r one l housand one     (e)  Tlie
feet  per second),
oharacte
works,  either above
i'i,    B   F.  Dickins, |
I6u Vancouver, I   i
The pan  ol   the    Memorandum or I
r r.'-HoTlOO     ,,-V'1"e,   ^""-fcti-r of    the    pro-[Association of the Company    which
fSU Seveni      '���";',.   rate poH,',d ,work8 "��� tbe diversion ol Bald  authorised   the   proposed   application
|ffi��U^w*^J___lt_  be  CTW* ,by  m,fa'"' of dum' "llcl', ni1""    :m'!  ����*���   r"<l* a. follows:
.liar ""I  W r,q,,    "ronertv  "a',Ural wat8I7*y��. tunnels and pipes,      I 1)    The    Objects  for     whicl,     the
Y . whni,. r*te*bie prop'".   und  Ule eBtanu_hment ln  connection Company
Russell Hotel.
Alien   ,    -i ���    ixmdon,  Ont.
|     '"   Bd    vi     Kamloops.
n-i.i ���.-, Vancouver
���'   W. Wiut, i. Winnli  .
���l. Walteri ,ver.
���     '������  Nigh ..i ;a .    Toronto
H   Wrlghl   Vancouver.
Q    Wl Igl , ison.
Mrs.  W.   Mi mill ���      Vancouver
-   McGillivry,   Vancouver,
B anlej   ii.  Ewing,  Edlnburg   Scot-
ie
W .   R,   Malcolm,  Yitiieviv, ���
Hoy  T,   Likely,  Winnipeg
ii. A. Babbit, i.diiioiiio,,
V. C. Young, Vanoouver.
G.   It.  Riley,   Vancouver,
B   Howard, Calgarj
i   H. Campbell, Calgary.
MAGIC
Jakiwpow
Make. Your EXPENSES Light
M��k��. Your BISCUITS Light
M��k��. Your CAKES Light
Make* Your BUNS Light
Make* Your LABOR Light
I Shipping Needs
Better Facilities
ORDCR FROM YOUR
CROCER.
Ai^on tt"" W-Il<"*  !"3"��;'     ' """   ��JS  eBiauimnmeni in   oonnectlon  Wimpany Is established and to which
!__ City of Ne* "''"""     Yi'ie-ible thfr-with of a water power plant ror object,  the  Company  are    restricted i
���W^hereBS,  tl"   7"*ISr___- "''   generation  of   electricity  for live- are tb.. acquisition of water and water !
_ald City,  ac<oruin_, oi,a_lc_l     industrial
roll
WATER   NOTICE.
P tv ul tin- 1*m      '��� '        .     , ti cnanical,    industrial    and commercial  powei   by  record,  of unrecorded   wa-1    v,,,,���    ,    .    ���,
K\l revtee.1  assessment   roll particular!,   in   the on   Ur oi   by  thr nurchas    of Zr re-1,,, ' ^.,,1,;,"l,>   ^^ '�����������" nu ap-
\ZTI M111,,,?;i' T":d   iZ "rll'l<," ol """''"��� "*6h:ne?, ,,���.-���   _,rd  ���   X K_4ft_ ' STcS K -Wat    1^1   .'""!"r Va" V'
-Sod Forty-Fire  (16^1,446. ,     ***** Ught h.a. an,   powei  nitric work, .power houses, .one,,    ,,"   ��� '���      ��� ' ffff^.f*
(Continued from l;age 1.1
produce  and merchandise    at    each
trip.
Fore*try Commission.
A  letter from  R.  K.  Qosnell, secretary   of   the   B.   C.   Foresi ry   cominis-
sion, notifying thi board of the willingness of the commissioners to receive timy evidence submitted to them
'and   also  stating   the   New   Westminster  sittings had  been  abandoned on
account   Of   tho  Seattle  sessions,   but
. Ymight be held later, led the president
_k_i_o  remark   ii  was  a disgrace  to cut
I opt the biggest
lllnce.     He  notei
Were_,th, tots
i amount  of
ar.. suitable and available
utlng plum an_ ��,i
existing
.'���
,nun,, debt of the
III.,
Two Hun-
[Vmsm Thousand One Hnn-
'm_9l00-001 io m lrr����pectlve
JSt*Thret llun<lr0(1 an
uch other appliances |     ,,u  T      mim     .m
it,.  Ihe    premises    on   wi,v    ,,,, Md oonvenl��nc�� as    are  nec-.-^ary ,���0I1 ol  ���1(.       , ��������� '
water Is to b.- used is   u,   generati   a"a.P^per for the generating of elec- Uamson     442   Westinlnsu
eleciric power,  light   and    bea;   Mr '"dry, or electric power, or any other Vancouver   U  c
traction,   lighting,    heating,   maim!:.'   r"rm  of  developed   power,    and    for
mill town ini the prov-
d   thai     In     changing
dates,   Kamloops   had   not   been   forgotten.
Railway  Matters.
Transportation  matters occupied a
large,  amount of attention
G-.-o.   K.   Matrin   again   brought   up
"~~*" the   ipiesiion.   of   a   red .ction   ii   the
 ^   B-C.K.U. fares to VanCOUiSer, and his
Annapolis. N   S.   Aug   19^���One of name *"-'������ added to the    committee
the fiercest gales tbat lms vMted the whlcl1 wiu once """'������' :itl"uipt to ob-
Bay of Ftmdy coast (Me year raged tata concesslcos from thes company.
nere for several  Homi.  this  morning i Miscellaneous,
anil   the   damage  ls   reported   heavy. I    whl'"   Ml"-   Campbell,   of  Campbell
bousand     C|878,000.-
iSfJopose. to he ra'.**! un-
I ' ...   iienenture   H.waw
.   Debentur* By-
,lie "SLrfet  improvement
.,���"   tn,     ���inelnerator  De-
'��� 'aod the  "City
" tie"
1909."
er    avenue
���' ���'    I   - I i       --i-:,:\ I ���  ���    , IVI I I I i  T      ��� I I I 3 ���
,   rnv auu    me    U-UUdjSl.    l.     tit'poru-ci    iiimw, \      ** BSD
turing and all and every Industrial 01   transmitting the same to be u��m1 ^ ! (If unnLnM-,       V- descrfntlo^' is    u     (!r;iln  and  c"rn rm^ 1,!lT" fn mnny  *. d ^'''l.-"' I I',,.hl'sh ���' r">l> '"t'o--
oii���,   purpose,  to  wiinh it may be   ��'* Companj or by persons or com- j^,�����""._��'���       il t���   ._     'W1,lw ,,wn tovM7 TU,nw,>   wbl1" .n   .., ?'" S_f. I?     "IT nsw'.
applied Ponies contracting with the company a MuAeriv In_?   �� ������', ll  T,   hi,     other '-'"^ lliU'��' suffered to a lesser *�� wI11 1|(' ilShrl to address the board.
IU  If the Water is  to be used  for   therefor   -   a   OOtlve  power  for  the j 'hl YY Dist  ct IxTt li'l  :Buumb. iex,"M-     Hfl��   that   hiUi   b8an  ,'l,,   an"'    J<,St'lt' trr",'nn,an'1   r"-   P,Vld_'
power or  mining    purpose!  detail e operating  or motors,    machinery or     ,(. %''* ,"  ^, ��� ���       torn rnok"a TOK Mo*��� ������*�� over the were elected members o   the board.
toe , ace wh.-r,. tl, ' n ,- * ,,*g r,. eleeiTlc lighting or other works or to 400   feet boa ei k    ..' k     ��2����n��n�� ^"'n|r>- I   ^' m��"b"rs,,|i�� committee ��Bi be
..-.ed  io so,,,,. , ii,   : iha__fel   and  '"   ��PPM��I  b, 'he Company  to con- YII Y   In I nonh'wJs^r' tf)M;'n.  ��������� ��*S* ����� IT���  ^-nV'n '"  SM  bUBy'  ��r  '"'Sifin'
the   difference   in   altitude between son*��� for heating or as a    m��lWe ner of District Lot 144 , to have be-en  eompibtefy raked
the   fjitle.     Reports   arrived   from   tbe
*��By-'aw 1''iHi-iT1lt909''l',ot i"01"1 of   diversion and" po"lnt"of   re ^wer for propelling tramways, or for
�� ^TtbeprlnripaiOT Inter tur��>-     ^e water Is to be returned L0,!^.   >_��!|p��,    1!fnn5;
hv  according to a motion passed;
ici. v: ���
���e ihe '
Id. tbe Corporation of the City of
��      Id) Tb,quantity of water app.ied  ^     Yfp ^^�� S4 ��S_STfc_
���J tor dn cubic, feet per second) is two to ___lng tackle as heavy.
��� U irrtars.
,   Y'.-c   he Municipal  Coun
lot X .  ,v     ,-.,,_ ���f vn'   power  housi
���;���
, nai ta as follows
to   the   North   Arm   of   Burrard   Inlet |HghUnB-  oruRhl"K.     smelting,   drilling | (2)
at  or  near  the  place where the  pres-  ri,n'1   niilimg or  for  anv   othe,- opera-1 }  Th(i characte    0,  lh    prol)OS,Y
of  the  appl.can,   is  "��"u '" wJhlcl' 1{ ���,a>'  .e adal',,,(l ��r (works  ls  to  run    power    machinery
sltuaited.      The    dlfferenc .    .,;   eleva,  '�� ,"' "H"d or supr'li<--3 for or in con |un(J  ,.k,ctrjc
for the Mayor tion between polnl ol diversion   and
nection   with  any  other  purposes for
which electricity    or   electric    power
dynamo,    domestic    or
irrigating.
it.i The premises on which th,-
water ls to be used is known as Block
one (1), two (2) and sixteen (.10) in
District I.ot 144, Burnaby.
(g-) The purposes for    which    tie-
water is to be    used    are    domestic, |
power, light  and irrigation.
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and :_|
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Clerk.
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Ilth?l,  ".JC"r-_i__" hv' wav' ot   'K,int of return  is about 2200 feet,
he said City to raise   dj   way  oi imay    f. ;Mll,iuvl 0r required.    Igl  .or
.toTnyperson or persons, bod,      Ui-  Ihe  ar.,,   o   Crown   land    -n-     nd,..rin.   wat__   am,   _.at���r    power
feeffporste, who may be will-  tended to be occupied by the proposed available for use. application and dis-
o^We-he same on tbe cndlt   works   will  nol   exceed 80 acres. (trlbtttlon by erecting dam-   Increasing
!___ debentures,   hereinafter men-IU). This   notice was posted onme (hf hPad 0, _.a((>r ,_   anv   exlsting
L anv sum or sums  of   money,    ;���' >���   "'h     Hth   19th    day  of  July, k^j, of watw   or extending the ar.-^
J emimy. the whole  the sum    9v.i   and application will be mad ��� to tWeof,  diverting the  waters of  any       ,    ,,    .      .-...tl,,    ,L,   ,        ������
tl,I-���u* jMO.ooo.oo, Do^^Omn^ioner on the .oth day of pond       , k   ,   ., anv tm*\JM����> gJSSSJS*t^S
ki_iI��m-:m- the KejTle to be paid  'v"gt1!,i. i^1^- 'channel or channels, laying or wrect-v,.,
, ,u Tr.-as-:v ol the *aid City for      The  part  of    the  memorandum or  ,__  anv  ���_^  _. flume   plp.   _r wlre , ���"
. nnn_����s mentioned  herein. asosclstion  of   the    company     Which constructing any  raofiwavs. Teservolr,
It shall be l��wtul for the Mayor authorises the   proposed   application ;aq���edl)~, wp)ri wheP].    buildl-g,    or
I cause anv number of   debentures  and  works, reads as follows: |othp. ,,.rKn|on or work w.j,ich may he
jl. nude]   :. t  -xieedlng   in   the      t;n. The    objects   for    which    the j required  in  connection   with  the lm-Y,
Wle the sum of T��enty  Thousand I company is established and to whii-trI)r0vement and use of the Raid water!
WOM.M) (Dollars for such sums of  objects    th<. company    are    restricted |and   water  power  or  by  altering,   re-
miv a; n.ay be required,  not l��ss  are   the    acquisition   of    wa'or    and j'newlng,  extending. Improving,  repair-
(I.)  if  the wati
i $100-00 each, or an equivalent water power -by records of unreeord-
ipteswd in pounds sterling of th�� ed water or by thr purchase ot
Ited Kingdom of Great Britain and water records or water privileges
flam), at a value of  4.SS6  to the for.
nu. sterling: and all  such  debe .t- '    (a).    Constructing,    operating    ami
led   with   the    Sal  maintaining   electric     works,     power
t the Corioration    signed  by    Uie houses,  generating   plant    and    such
Bayer and   couniersigned     by    the other appliances and conveniences as
raiDttr thereot,  or   by   ��uch other i are   necesasry   and    proper   lor    the
ferson or persons as may   be  there- generailng ot electricity    or    electric
(to Iswtully authorised,  ' power,  or    any    othe  form    of    de-
Tte   said del,entures  shall   be veloped   power,   and   for  transmitting
bi_> 01 Ok first day of July 19.9, |the same to be Used by the company
I wel place or places as the Coun-,or by i>orsons or companies contract-
lollhe said C-Tporailon niay from,ing   with   the     company   theTelor,   ;>.s
he to tl_e appoint,    with  the  ap-'a motive power for the operating ot
tirsl of the h'i.il.-rs    thereof,    and (motors,  machinery,  or  electric   light
lng or  maintaining  any  such  works,
or anv part  thereof.
VANCOUVER  POWER   CO'Y.,   IjTD.
(Signature.   F.   H,  W.   Hope,    A. B.
Beck, Directors.
J, V. Arm��trong. Secretary.
P. O. Address. Vancouver. BC.
[Seal  of the Vancouver Power Co'y.,
Ltd.]
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application has
be_n made to registr Annie Ryder
as the owner in fee Blmple, under a
tax sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher
to Annie Ryder, bearing date tbe llth | the Crown,  11    It
r is to be used for
l>ower or mining purposes describe
the place where the water is to be re_
turned to  some natural  channel, and
e difference in altitude between
IKiints of diversion a��id point of return. The water Is to be r.-turned
about two hundred (20U) feet below
in same channel and alxjut sixty (60)
feet lowvr.
j.) The area of Crown lend intended to be occupied by the proposed
works is none.
ik ) This notice was posted on the
14th day of August, 1909, and application will be made to the Commissioner on the 16th day of September, 1909, at 2.30 o'clock.
ll.i The names and addresses of
any riparian proprietors or licensees
who or whose lands are likely to he
affected by the proposed works,
either above or below the outlet are
Scott.    Vancouver,
lai; iv,     ������'    ';  to them  coupons ling or'other works, or to be supplied day of October, A   D., 1906 of all and
the paymenl ol interest at the by the company to consumers for
Ite of five ;-er centum per annum on .heating or as a motive power for prole amount thereof,    which  Interest]polling  tramways,    or    for    driving.
be paya 1,. half yearly on the'hauling, lifting, pumping, lighting.
f*t of January and the liTst day of crushing, smelting, drilling and uiiH-
|1?, In each and every year, and th-'ing or for any other operation, to
Vd coupons shall be signed by the which it may be adapted or to be
lid Mayor. .usvd or supplied for or ln connection
|t A special rate on the dollar,with any other purposes for which
levied   and   raised   in  each  electricity  or  electric,  power  may   be
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the d strict of New
Westminster, in the provinoe of liritish Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 23, Block
1; Lots 1*. 9, 16 and 17, Block 4: Lota
1, 8. 9, 1�� and 17, Block 6; Lots 4,
b'r 12, 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots li . 9,
16 and 17. Block 10: Lots I, 8, 9, 16
suid 17. Itlock 12; Lots 4, 5, 12. 13 and
ind E   Pacinian, Vancouver.
HORAC.   WILLIAMSON,
442   Westminster   avenue.   Vancouver, n. c
i   ,o  all  other  rates.,applied   or  required, andl-OYRoek 13;  Lota 1, 8. 9. 16 and 17.
Block   14;   Lots    1, 8. 9.     16  and   1 .
and 2D. Block 17;
��� all rateabl. property of ihe City.;    (gl- Kor      rendering      water
pfflcient to pay  the Interest on  the, water powv.r available for  use,  appll-
."     I   v i   to  create  a  sink ngl cation  and distribution    hy    erecting, "'��d\"i; };��\s 4    ,  ,     , ,,,      ls    ,���,.
Ij ' r ������. eni of the p mdpal tlams, Increasing the head Of water in B-taJ. ���. I ��� 1^"JJfcJgS of   L^
f>��f when .ine, subject  to anv Act;any   existing   body   of   water,  or    ��* S^5*",*1^ *Y  ,   ,      i.    13   14
JeMrtm-nt r-.pectlng the same.       ,tending the   area    thereof,    diverting |203, Group 1     l�����v  1      11.  1..   I...   11
H Subject as aforesaid, ther   shall ,the waters of any stream, pound    or
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc_es for Ladl.-s from $12 75
up.
gents'
wii annually by special rates
aforesaid, during the currency of
* 'aid debentures, m,> sum of One
lomanil (__,000.00. Dollars for the
Went ot interest thereon and the
a 0? One Hundred and 9��v��nty-
���wn and .   loo ($177.3%) Dollars to
1,1 . for the repayment of the Pnn"
$al,
������ The pros-.^xl, of tinn sale of the
''��� ,]"'������'��� ��� ires  shall b�� applied as
Wot
and not otherwise:   Towaras I part thvreof.
lake into any other channel or ehan
nels, laying or erecting any line or
flurn., pipe or wir�� constructing any
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir,
wheel, building or ether erection <""
work which may be required in connection with the Improvement andl
use ot the said water and water-
power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing, or
maintaining  any such works or n*il
f^ng the cost of the    passing   ot |
and  the Issue and  sal-;
���tlle Jehentnres therein referred to-
'���Thu Bylaw shall take effect on
�� jWl. <l,iy of August 1��09, _nd may
clteil :is dip, "incinerator Debenture
'Maw, 1  ���
ThU  By-law  before    tho    final
'���lng 1 ereof, shall receive th,. aa-
if the electors of th.e said CUy
manner required by law.
��w\
30��
3.O0O
2 SO1!
10
10
2,500
1,600
1,50��
1,(00
i.m.
1,60��
11,00*
ll o<
.Rl��e
iand
po��o
ntor
ion-
ttiu
|n the
Reel
in the
Ren���
ope. r.
190.
���n
VANCOUVER POWER CO., LTD.
Signatures. F. H. W Hope, A. _-
Beck, directors; J. V- Armstrong, secretary.
P.  O.  Address,  Vancouver,   B. C
ISeal of Vancouved Power Co.. Ltd.J
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given  than an.    .)
he aiisent of the electors I plication will b.  made under  Part V-
day of 1909.
���red and finally passed in
11 the day of	
Citv
Take
I trtii'
_lerk.
Mayor.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to. obtain ��
license  in   the  New  Westminster  D_
a_d 15. Block "K" subdivision of Lot
268, Oioup I. Lots 24, 26, 26, 27, 31
and 32, Block 1; Lot3 2, :i. 4. 5. 6, 7,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14. 16,18, 19 and 20,
BlOck 4; Lot 16, Block 5; Lots 1, 8. 9
16 and 17, Block 15; I_>ts 4. a. 12. Vi
and 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
203, Group 1. Lot 7. Block 4 of
Ixit 227. Group 1, Map 174.
You ami those claiming through or
undler yew ��n4 all persons claiming
any interest in the said land by virtue
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming any Interest in
the said 8an_ by descewt, whose title
is not regB��tere<i amder the provisions
Of the "Land Kegistry Act," are re-
eiim-pd to contest the claim of the tax
pwrchawr within twenty days from
the date of ft��*t pabllcatinn of this
notfce ttpon you. and En default of a
caveat, or certificate of lis pondens
,h__vg filed wfthln such period, or In
default of redemption before re_rts-
ti-afioir, yon _n_ __Ti of you will be
forever estopped ��rrd debarred from
setting Up smy claim to or in respect
of the sal. tend, and I shall register
Silver Watches
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,  gents'  open
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham   and
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
open face I
I
case, ]
Elgin;
Turn,  doors  from   Ceo. Adams. Grocer
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office   Eighth St.
vision  of   New  Westminster:  D__ari-*_!y_i___te Ryd^- as owner thereof in fee.
(a)   The  name,  address  and  occupa-; . n .  T beseby  order  that  publication
tion of the applicant Is tbe Vancon- (lf th(g nottce tar twenty days in a
ver Power Company, Limited,  having  (f.l(|y  ra^rspaiper    published   in   New
Its head offlce at l'he City ot Vanwsu.-1 Wegtmi, ster  wil)  be  good and  suffl-
Mtvrirc ver,  British  Columbia, and having  a-ipjent aervfje thereof.
nu   ,ofe- capital  of $2,600,000  dlv_ded  into  _,-     mte<* st t^ __.nd Registry Offlce.
notice   that   the   above   Is   a:50o,000 Bhares of $1.00 each, all tully x<,w vrestmlnster. Province of British
���__i  "if, _! tl'J    Pr��P��Be<J,  By-law!pald up. (b)  The name of the tak . Cohimbt��. this 4th day of August, A.
.v t.   w ,,,".,al!(,n ����to considemtion | t Bource     Misliloet    Rt^r-,T__. 19��.
��y th.. Municipal Couneil ot the City
North  Arm,   Burrard    Inlet,     Undtan
lof v,.,��� m .r 1    i.   ���   ��� _i __._ 1 North  Arm,   mirrara    miei.,     *^^-���
���u  .\w \v��ttminster one month from.mver)     (.   The     otwt   ot   diversion
����date of the first publication th.re   ,    A$it*oA- about 12 miles  from the
Cni;,I^."Daily  NeWB"  ^;^6��!Sntth* river, (d) Tho quantity
vniiiiniiian      newen_i_��_    whloh   flmt    .  , ...     _  _..��.i_ t��_. n_r
W. S. KEITH.
J��tl
District Registrar.
To Charlotte Cooper, James Anderson      Laldlaw,    J.    Laldlaw    Estate,
George .. Wells,    William Marchant
newspapers,  which  first _f waler w fo_ fc cubic foet per	
Sav   .   ; 1    ?��k  pinCe on the  22ad' second    800.    (e)   The  character  of Smlth. Edward James Thain
tt.   L    V 1J��l' and thAt a vot* of the  proposed  works,  a water P***r ~
2 to?___ ��  th* Cl_T _"." to tak_D P��a����t fo. the gen-wulon ot electricity
JtL      ^Ti^11 on' -!* for merohanlcal,  industrlaJ  and ��>m-
YI.day. nf AuR��st- 1��>9, between the mftr.lt,  _���_���.���. .nrt n-rtlcuiarly In
merciai  purposes and  -.rtlcularly
m'"Vu,nl,Vren'Cl?Ck a-,m- M _ flT�� p' 't'^'^eratioV^ motors; ""machine.
��� at the following places, hamety:   el<.cUc   Uehnlne     the   operation    <"
The Council Chambta-   nlvin ___dta_:   ______ **���.._!._--!_-��. 1-. ��
or
il Chamber   civic building;   lramway8 and ^her works for whlcti
Walonvor!^1' at*X!?}'<   i_��__._ ��uch  light,  heat and  power are suit-
street.
Storehouse,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk
.J^lvjlall,  July  22nd   1909
WATER NOTICE.
Eleventh able and available. ' (f. The promises on which the water is to <*>
used is situated at or near high tide
mark at the mouth of the river, tg)
The purposes for which the water 1��
to be used ls to generate electric power, light and heel for traction, llgni-
ing beating,  manufacturing and    an
Pllca___ v..i Tby B,vf,n that an aT)' and every Industrial or other purposes
of thl   ��� I1 be_n_a*�� un|l^ Part V. to which It may be applied,    (i)  W
a     e���o     !\Act'  "M"  to  0b,aln *��� w*ter ��" �� ���� uaed for p0W6^
'���tise   m the    New Westminster mining   purposes d-scribe  the  place
NEW WELUNGTON
COAL
I
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers A Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Bex 345. Phone 105.
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Dorner Eighth St. ana    fifth Arena*
PHONE  S70.
BOWELL * OODv. Proorietora
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,
U. 8. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters ot Credit Issued, available with
correspondents in all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
-Ot>V  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
>iVy WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
0. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
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LADYSMITH  ASKS  ENQUIRY'
INTO ACTION OF OFFICER
Would y>ou win a
109-Piece
Dinner Set?
and at the same- ttimfe. secure
the best flour poMT In the province of British _oUimhia today0 Kaeh month We are giving away ten dinner sets t��
thosp who are fortunate enough
to secure from tH_ sacks <*
Royal Standard Flour the cour
pons bearing the winning numbers. Many lucky, ones have-
already secured a dinner set���
you may be next.
But whether you get a dinner
set or not Royal Standard Flour
is always a winner. Selected
wheat, scientific milling, aare-
ful packing and storage, marketing So that lt will rearh join
at perfection's Highest point.
make Royal Standard the ;_rme
of goodness im ai flour. Lnsiat.
upon your grocer dairying; Ite,
Ladysmith. Aug. 19.���A petition Is
being circulated here asking Ottawa
to investigate charges that through
th-e badgering of a Canadian immigration of.cial stationed at OgdVms-
hurg. N. Y-, the wife of a La/lysi_.th
coal miner, en route from Austria 10
join her husband, was driven Insane.
Kuljai is the woman's name, and' sh.
and her daughter reached New York
on August 7, and after being admitted
at Ellis Island made their way to
Austria. Kuljai has no Informat.in
as to what became of his daughter.
SPECIAL AUGUST SALE!
MANUFACTURED  ��y
VANCOUVER MUIM AND
GRAIN Cft, Ui
VANCO) IUVER,     B.    C
Singer Sewing Machines, five-
drawer, drop-head, latest model,, $52;
$5 down and $3 monthly; or $41.60
cash.
Seven-drawer    Machines,    $54,    $5
I down and $3 monthly; $43.20 cash.
|    (No old  machines  taken at   these
: prices.)
Organs less than cost for cash.
Call and see for yourself the snaps
t   have  for   August   sale.     Orders  by
mail promptly attended to.
J. H. TODD'S
Big Music House
OPEN EVENINGS
Don't Forget the Plaee-
Chamberlin & Co.
SHOE STORE
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Putlic Market
Market Clerk D, E. Mackenzie
Open 8 a. m, to 6 p. m. Fridays 7 a. m. to 6 p. m.
Pkone  138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Hoipe-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER VALLEY   NURSERIES,  Ltd.
Keen's Stall
for
VEGETABLES,   HERBS.
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MonVs Stall
for
Fish and Came
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6rS
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Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and Bedding Plants.
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THE DAILY  HEWS.
"-DAY, AUGUST 2o, 190>
77ii5 i4J.
Simply
Means
This-
that you will have
to hurry if you
wish to take advantage of a good
thing, and also if
you wish to benefit
by our special offer in
Crockery
We have a few
odds and ends left
that we are clearing off. Call and
see our special cuts
in Dinnerware. If
you want anything
in this line or in
the grocery line
you will never do
any better than at
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop*
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STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY.
Make the house look like
new by a liberal use of
CHIJAP AND FLOOR
GLAZE.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA  STREET.
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WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCH001
61 O Columbia Street
Word has alr.ady been sent to us
inquiring if w_ know of a young man
or woman who is qualified to take a
certain position. It is in this way we
shall  pla;e our graduates.
The  instructors of
Tlie Westminster
Modern Business School
have a reputation for turning Out
graduates wh_ can do things and do
them right and employees want that
kind. Why don't you take a course
and have the job sek you?
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal and Manager
414     FOURTH        AVENUE.
.Miss   Agnes   Deaii     Cameron,     .)R.
rell-known   journalist   and     travel!, r,
j will visit the coast in September, and
may  lecture in  this city.
Everything for th. garden at Tidy's
phone 1S4. ������
For first-ela.s cm uowers a::d any
kimi of Klorai work, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse, K.un. �����
A man named Peter Murphy, sentenced to two years- Imprisonment for
'���rolling" a companies, Alex .lens.-1,
a logger, was brought over yester.luy
fn.in Vancouver to conimi :uv his
tarm at the B. C. penitentiary,
Buy orchard  lands  while 'hey  are
cheap and become Independent.     \Y.-
are th-e official agents _f The Western
Home and Improvemeni Co., Ltd. Let
us tell you about their choir,, holding:
at  Appleland.      A  new  townsite and
i:nil  district    along the line of   tli
li.  C.  Electric Chilliwack lm,. and  V.
V. ..  E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
This section exci lis In the production
of al] fruits.   Come al unre whil�� the
best lands are selling cheap and li I u
ahow you this section at our expense
\\ ,    can    .-..ll     five,   ten.     flfte a   an
Wn 'in', iv-,  tracts ou ��� asy terms,     i-
J.  II.ui  & Co., Ltd.
The five Chinamen brought up last
'week on  a  charge of freguentlng  an
opium dc.   ui,. ordered  io pay   .15
and i osts ..ach at the city police coui i
yester lay.
Don't miss seeing the "eighth won-
,l.-r of the world," thi salmon fishing
on ibe Praser river, during the presenl season; the greatest In four years.
Thousands upon thousands of flsh
be seen. Visit thv? canneries at Steveston. The S.S. Transfer leaves Brack.
man-Ker's wharf daily at 3 p.m. except Saturday, when the steamer
leaves at . p.m., returning sain, day.
One dollar rei urn. On Sundays a
special excursion to Steveston an
return is made, remain ng at Steveston about an hour and a halt.
Steannr leaves B. ('. Electric whan
at 3 p.m., arriving back at New WeS1
minster at 8 p.m. Fare, one dollar
return.
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THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
USE
fllR'S MOSQUITO OIL
TO   KEEP  THE  MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New Westminster
ESTABLI
1891
INCORPORATED
1905.
There will be a meeting of the
Trades and Labor council this evening. The council will probably d
cide ivhetber to send a delegate t ,
th annual congress at Quebec this
year, or to leave the matter in a ey-
ance on account of the expense involved, which wa- a considerable figure last year.
Starting  Saturday,  August   21,  the
B. C. Electric city and Sapperton cars
will  make one extra trip for the a('-
[commodation   of    the New  Westminster people nil'nding the horse races
at   Minoru   park.   Lulu   IsJamd.      Tii.
'last   Sapperton  car, will  lvive  the of-
]fice at 11:30 p.m., and tlie city car at
11:20 p.m, **
Lard���At P. Burns Co., at loc per
pound. **
It will be of Interest to eyeglass
wearers to know that Or. J. O.
Gamble, of 603 Hastings Btreel west
Vancouver, has opened au office '"
625 Columbia sireet, over Smith s
store. The doctor will be at his office every Friday from :i a.m. till 5
He wil] be equipped to render the
same careful attention t0 all suffering from eye trouble as he has in
Ids Vancouver store. Remember tin-
date���every Friday, **
The wrecking crew which arrived
on Wednesday to raise the (J.X.l.. engine from the Fraser river did not
make an attempt as had been expected to go further yesterday, but will
resume this morning after a couple of
cables have been put round the locomotive In addition to these already
in position.
The Art of Giving
is to seljct an article both useful   and beautiful,    This combination
will be found in  my new stock of
SILVERWARE
Amongst  the   many   articles  will  be found  Fruit  Dishes, Cake  Bas-
kets,   Cread  Trays,  Toast   Racks.   But'^r  Dishes,  Bon   Ben    Dshes,
Spoon   Trays,  Napkin   Rings, Child's     Silver    Mugs,     Child's     Sets.
Crearr.    nd Sugar Sets, Sugar    Spoons.
Glad to have you call  and  look  over mv  stock
St. Louis,  Aug.   19.���Surgeons   who
i overlook   instruments   and  sew   them
I up  In  a  patient  are  liable  for  damages, acording to a decision presented
I yesterday in the case of Russell .lohn-
j sin,    of    Lockrldge,    Iowa,    againsl
i Charles BS. Ruth, formerly of Keokuk,
j The   decision   was   rendered   by     the
federal   court  of appeals,   whieli   sustained   the  decision   of    the    United
States  circuit  court  of  the  southern
district of Iowa  and  gave Johnson a
judgment for $20,000.
The petition states that Johnson
was operated on in Keokuk, Iowa, tor
appendicitis on Man h 30, 1907. The
wound failed to heal an caused Johnson much pain. A Becond operation
revealed thai a piece of gauze 21
nohes long and 9 inches wld ��� ha 1
been  left  In  the wound.
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Another Press Conference.
London, Aug. 19.���A conference ol
the International asoscialions of th.
preel will be held in London, from
September 20 to September 2., under
the auspices of the British International Association of Journalists. Lord
Burnbam is president of tlie receptltu
committee.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street [|
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
Edison Theatre
Animated   Pictures   and    Illustrated
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Pictures   and
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Snaps in Lots
2 LOTS,  DOUBLE CORNER-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR
LINE;  $225;  TERMS.
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET CAR   LINE���66x145  FEET;
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
2  LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;   TERMS.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee
lor ladles and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. m.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
IF. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I
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Everything and everybody is on the move in this store
The prices are moving down, the people are mo\ ing in amj
the goods are moving out.
In a Word, this sale is a grand
success.
Wi' allow no accumulation.   We carry no goo
season.   With price-reducing events of the character of
this one we periodically   reduce  stocks   "as  clean ���
hounds'teeth." ' h
COME!-Not necessarily with buying intentions,   COME1
Watch the goods  move out and your neighbors sava'
Buying here is a contagion.    You'll catch it, and m%
save astonishing amounts on every purchase.   C0,\|��.'
Move On!
Fine Nottingham and cable
net curtains in while ami
ecru: 3 1-2 yards, 52 inches
wld.-.   Regular $4.00 to $4.BU
for
$2.95
Don't neglect your opportunity if you have curtains
to buy. $22.") to $3.25 values.    Move on pric'
Move On!
MUSLIN   WASH   BONNETS
AND   TAMS   15c   EACH.
Regular   50c   to   $1.00.
Move "ii figures mean a
big loss on thla lot of Children's Wash Bonnets and
Tains. A few are slightly
soiled and mussed, causing
a downfall of prices on the
other lines to make the Offering worth while. In the
millinery section, <-acli
Move On!
LADIES-
WASH   COSTUMES
A great mov.   oi
to-date  wash  su
left from the -���
Ing arid ihey musl
That   Is   the   ordi
must  Ko on  sale '���
Ri gular $7.60 to $8.;
$1.95
15c
$4.95
A number of very pretty
designs are shown in Un ���
Nottingham lace curtains,
full length, extra wide, He-
vii tr .1 65 to $1.7.",. Move
on price
EXCEPTIONAL   VALUES
IN   LACE  CURTAINS
Fine Nottingham inc.- curtains, In handsome new
floral border designs; thn e
yeards long, 47 Inch's wide,
Regular $1.35 to $1-50 per
pair
$1.35
Six   only   pink,
white wash suits.    Coa
In  26   to   2s   In
tklrts   triinin   i   acci
v.rh fold   and   uth ns. Move
on  sale  ',>��� ir Jv;'"
to  $10.00.
95c
$4.95
���Eir_;T?j-_E_c?2srrs?_js__n
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Unusual Reductions in
Hosiery.
HOSIERY-
BOYS' COTTON   HOSE
Heavy ribbed cotton hose,
"dd lines In various styles,
some fine ribbed, others
heavy ribbed With double
knees; sizes (I 1-2 to l"
Inches. The lot to clear during the big move on sale.
Regular 2.jc and 30c per
pair
20.
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GIRLS'   LACE  COTTON
HOSE
Tan, white and I lack, cot
"n and openwork lai ���
fclzcs 5 1-2 to 8 i 2 Inches;
splendid value In the regular
way, hut the order glvi i. '"
ihese odd lines i- to more
"n, so on they go Regular
25c to  35c.    Per pair
20c
Move On!
LADIES'  AND   MISSES-
WASH  SUITS
10 only of these tailored
duck and linen wash costumes in white, blue and
mauve. Coals are cut In
now styles, neatly trimmed,
with contrasting collars and
cuffs. Skirts are trimmed
with folds. Regular values
$5.50 to $10-75. .Move on
sale price, each
ORDERS FOR COTTON
UNDERWEAR, LADIES'
COTTON UNDERVESTS
There is a big crowd Of
tln-s fane lisle undervests,so
they have to move. There
are plain lisle vests, others
with lace trimmed sleeves
and yokes. Regular 35c.
Move on sal0 price, each
$3.50
_
25c
Move On!
15   ONLY   LADIES'
TWEED SKIRTS
It Is a small lot, affording
a wonderful opportunity to
save on a dress skirt. We
clear out this odd range regular $5.50 to $950, at
TAPESTRY  TABLE
COVERS
in handsome floral des.. *���
with fringed edge, two yards
square, colors green i'n"
red. Regular value $;i"0'
Move on price
$2.95
$2.25
W. S. COLLISTER ft CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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