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 riRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
SB HAICHtRICS
AT HARRISON RIVER
International Commissioners
Express Interesting Opinion on Fraser Fisheries.
FRUHLING WILL RESUME
WORK AT CLOSE OF WEEK
LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
AUQ-UST 10, 1909.
FIVE CENTS HE- COPY.
CONTINUE      NEW TARIff DOES
PLENTIFUL IN RIVER    -OT INJURE CANADA
Tlie jiu< matlonal fisheries commls-
loners   Dr.   David   Starr  Jordan  and
Lfessor !���:. E. Prince, returned yes-
,-dav f"'111 Harrison lake, where they
B���'ted the salmon hatcheries.
Dr Jordan  declared    thai  he  bad
���cVer sen its -equal   in  structure  and
in Its arrangements, and says it is the
fin.st he  has    yet    examined.       He
uked a number of questions from the
mnierintendent,    Alexander      Robert.
son as to 'he operation of the Dominion' batchi ries,    and    took elaborate
notice ol the various runs of fish, the
features "'   ""'   different    schools  of
jockeye,   dates    of    arrival  at    the
spawning    grounds,    and    interesting
rarlatioas  in   the  size  and   color  of
i tie eggs on    the    several   spawning
I areas.
Look Over River.
Early on Monday morning the com-
Imlsjloners,  wbo  are  accompanied   uy
|_lrs. Jordan, Knight Jordan aud  the
Wetary,   Herbert    R-    Siolz, came
Dominion     Government     Dredge     Has
Undergone Thorough  Overhauling���To  Sandheads.
Big Catches Were the Rule Survey of New U. S. Sehed-
Yesterday-Canners Way I    uie Shows It Has Little
SPLENDID PROGRAM
FOR I ..ROR CELEBRATION
Joint  Committee   Holds  First   Meeting
���Football   and   Lacrosse   Maiches
Assured.
HAY AETER COURSE
Of POWER WIRES
It is expected that the Dominion
government dredge Fruhling, which
has been    lying    at  th.  governmei
Wharf for some  weeks,  will clear tor      Tb, ncnv fair ,UKl
the   sandheads  at   the  mouth   ol   the  largi ,,,,. ;
Behind in Their Pack.
Affect on Dominion.
river some  time  at  the  clos.  of the
present week.
Since she moored at the government wharf som-..- three or lour wei ks
ago the Fruhling has undergone a
thorough overhauling. Outwardly
her appearance has been distinctly
improved by a coat of gray paini ol
the shade which distinguishes th
vessels of the Dominion governmenl
and she now looks the pan oj hei
nickname, tli,. "Praser Riv.r Dread-
nought.''
During the last couple of weeks tiei
engines have been receiving attention.
i rule in the river.
Ihe canneries along the Praser and
around '��� couvet have now practl-
''''"��� ���  flsh thai they can handle,
:ul<J vv     [n   the   number of
���s'K'k' the river would mean little
to them. The canneries expect to be
k-pt vi from now on until the close
��t the season, which comes on August 2
-An   Ottawa
Want   Season   Extended
The big run bus, however, come  toe 1
late to enable the canners to make up   "��
tor losi time.   The fish are two weeks  ,
In-hind   ibe   date  on   which   tbev   had !-    .'���'
v., 'Vv,-d���, arrive, and I 1^1^ ��   *&����*"�����
��� n the
Toronto, Out. Aug,
d- itch to the Globe saj_, a survey
of the Payne .tariff bill as now amended, from ti'v standpoint of its ef-
fec: on Canadian exports to the United States and In the light of the
stai ils oi Canadian exports tor lasi
year tails io show nn. noteworthy
reason why Canada should b_ either
elaivl or depressed over ta,. outcome
of the tariff revision across the border. Uu tt),. gr.-at majority of the items
Canadian exports the   new   tariff,
practical purposes, Is ,.u.te as
Good progress was made last ,-vening at the meeting of the joint committee of the Vancouver and Westminster Trades & Labor Councils,
who are making arrangements for tiv
labor celebration on September ii.
A football match w'ill be played in
the morning, tor which a suitable
trophy will be offered, the Rovers to
arrange tor a visiting team.
In the afternoon following the
sports and speeches, a lacrosse game
between the senior amateur team ol
ibis city, and one of Its fellow clubs
In the Pacific Coast league, will be
played.
The committee will engage a band
of   sixteen   instruments   for   the   day
City Council Deals With
Number of Minor Matters
At Regular Meeting.
Last night's me.-ting of the city
council was brief and the only matter
of real Importance tt'as a communication wiiii reference to ths high-tension wir,. poles for the Chilliwack
line Of the B. C. Electric Railway,
along Front street, which was referred
to tbe electric light committee for report.
City Assessor McQuarrie acied as
clerk in the absence of City Clerk
Duncan.
Aid. Jardine presided, in the ab-
Bence of the mayor, who is expected
in   tbe  city   on   this   morning's  train.
-and  an orchestra for the  ball  i
evening.
A   deputation    waited  on   the  corn
cas.- of the lumberman, the coal eom-|mlttee    from  the    electrical  workers
,panics  and  the  exporters of hides,  is   union of Vancouver asking for a pole-   r
They  have  practically  beei;   taken   to
pieces, cleaii.-d,  readjusted  and  thor- ���'"   'h- present   time is  probably   not|(   ,        .   ,.   ���,,.    ...
oughly   overhauled.      Yesterday    the m0re  than  fifty  pei   cent  of  what iti1 '      '""'     "
work of putting them in place again Was al 'll" salne """' '" 1905, the iaSt
had   been   almost   completed,  and   it big year.   Even should they run to thei-,
was expected that she would be ready   TlZ^ZIIlIIlY^Yl^I  fe  *"*   W *  ^l1"    '""
thei   could  not  brln. the pack up io Ito tbe A"lr,'1(;l�� *<"*<*���
the   average   for  a   big   year,   and   on Agricultural   Exports.
this account an attempt J�� being made |    In   respect  to  agricultural  exports,
to get the season extended beyond thelthe Payne bill does almost nothing to
regular tim.. for closing. alter tb,. McKinley tariff. The duty on
Good  Catches   Last   Night. barley remains the same, 30 cents per
���,,,���,if,,i   i     ,i,     bushel, the duty on wheat is increased
?.!en.tffUl ,M ___   f��>m   25  to  ,'iil  cents   p..r  bushel,   the
to  leave port about Friday
Her efficiency has    been considerably   increased     by   lhe    overhauling
down the river on the Dominion ti-sb-, and   when she gets  out  on  the sand
,-y patrol boai  Georgia.      The cap-(bars again she  will  be in a position
SWELL RANKS Of
DANISH STRIKERS
More Unions Will Go Out
This Week-King Fails to
Bring About Peace.
ftaln" showed    tbem    ihe  successive ��� to tlo great work
I drifts, ami the catches in the upper-1 	
I most nets were examined.
Reasons For Shortage.
fhe catch was not as large as the
Ico-iiiissiuu-i's anticipated. Two rea-
hoiis may explain this lack of fish
���about Mission bridge, either the Uil-
Ininise schools reported on Saturday
land Sunday had got up the river
,bove the fishing limits, before oper-
ntfoiig commence, on Sunday evening,
It,, th,. greai fleet at the mouth of the
lr.ver had hindered their advent.
Dr. Jordan   and    Professor  Prince i
Incline to the opinion that the schools
Jivaen they gel Into the river, make a
Jrusli up. and they expect to have re-
Iports shortly  thai   vast   numbers   Ol
Isockeyea hav,-   reached    the  upper     Stockholm,  Aug.   9.���The  tleup   ot
���waters- the     business   Of   the   country    as   a
Effect of Nets. result of the Strike is so ser.ous that
The sockeyes examined by the com-| King  Gustav,.   has   intervened   in   an
musioners had clearly  been  detained   endeavor to secure a compromise. The
somewhere on their passage from ibe   King  today    s.-nt   a  message   to  the
open ocean.     The immense  number   parties concerned  in  the  conflict,  ex-
Of sein. used off the Salmon   Banks,   honing  ihein to agi-ee al  the earliest
n_ in ihe American waters as well  moment  possible,  and   advising an.-
P-i the excessive number of trap nets   tration.
ll along the Washington state shore I u��,. ,--���<���,..���,._     asanas*
1'ixt An miiM, ,    ki  .       i . ne d  Conference.
um do much t. hinder the progress \     ..       ...
^.���.���wwww-. .s^s^rv      Af,er   King  Gustave s  message  bad
(Continued on Page  Twoi Ibeen   approved   al   a   cabinet   meeting
'on Saturday, he summoned to a conference at the palace the two leaders
of the warring factions, Director von
Sydow of the employers, and Senator
LJndqulst, president of the Federation
of Labor Unions,
The result of this conference has
not yet transpired, but apparently the
King s efforts for a peaceful solution
of the trouble were without result for
it was announced that the printers
would strike today and the National
l-i.or union has issued a proclamation that, beginning today, every wagon whose driver is noi wearing a
union badge will be stopped by the
strikers. No exception, it was stated,
will be made for owners driving their
own wagons.
Fisb   --.ntinued  as
river  all   day   yesterday   as   th,
been   on    the    previous    night
catches averaging   from   250   to
bad
and
300
(Continued  on   Page   Severn.
FARM UNHEALTHY
FOR YOUNG GENTLEMAN
Quelph, Ont., Aug. 9.���Arthur  Skin-
pnu mn woman's
��ES OVER WAFERS
lFriends Wi'l    Carry    Out   He,   Wish
That Her Grav.  Be  Near That
of Her Husband.
Chicago, Aug. 9,-Remarkable    to-
F " rites will lake pla_e tomorrow
FJ" _ when the ashes ot Mrs Rosa
feton wil, be sen,,,red to the four
FWita mld-lake, Her husband, Ur,
,..u 5ey<on. a. years ago wa�� lost
io other victims in the wrecu ot
���^i'liiii. an excursion steamer, in
-a- Michigan.
���P'Dg againsl hope during th.
[."�����"ace she last saw he,- husband
r ��� that by some chance he might
1 '"  ber,   Mrs.   I
��'ilh
ner, commercial traveller, bother of bushel, and on garden produce g.mer
Dr. Skinner, sustained serious injuries allv ,-emains practically prohibitive,
tins   morning   and   may   not   recover.
Falling   from   a   load   of   bay   he   was: Lumber Duty  Still   High,
trampled under the feet of the fright- j In regard to lumber the new duty
ened horses. With the intention of of $l.2o per thousand feet for rougil
working on a farm for a short time, lumber is a considerable reduction
for his health. Skinner had gone to from the old duty of %2 per thousand,
the  country.     Thi^ morning   was  his   But   lumber manufacturers are inclin-
first day on the farm.
DEATHS   OF   INDIANS.
Two  Aborigines     Have     Found   Their
Last Resting Place Hire
hall   i-   the  Al1 ,he other "'embers of the council
 e were present.
Sapperton   Sidewalk.
Warden .1. C Brown   of the B. C.
���  'i.       a  ..". ��� iiM.-.i...i ^^^tifiOT;^^��a~i^"ire;c^^nto^^^ ����__ otmiSi ^
and is sure to prove inter- lay tbe new sidewalk adjacent to the
eating, penitentiary.       He     asked     for     the
A  baby show, to be judged by the necesBary    plans  and    specifications,
committee,     a     tug-of-war     between  Referred to the special committee,
trades  unionists    in    the  two  cities,;
and many novel s|K>H . are other tea- ;    - Lulu   lsland  Carline.
tures. A successful celebration is as- I General Manager R. H. Sperling
sured. The committee meets again torwarded a plan showing the pro-
on Friday. posed  extension  from  the B. C. El.C
. . , trie main line near the top of Twelfth
street, across the Lulu island bridge
and along the main trunk road to the
city limts. The letter also stated
that It was the intention of the B. C.
E- 11. to arrange with the bridge contractors for the laying of the track
during the progress of the bridge con.
sl ruction.
  Aid. Adams moved that the matter
be referred to the special bridge com-
Turkey Has Not Yet Sent mitu'e whlch would b�� able t0 handl��
it  satisfactorily.
Ultimatum to Greece, But! sidewalk crossings.
��/r      T\    o    ci Messrs.   Vidal   &  Bacchus    applied
May UO OO bOOn. jfor permission to put in two sidewalk
icrossings tor the purpose of gaining
��� j admission   to  their    premises in the
: Thomson    block    on Market    square.
| Permission   was   granted     under   the
usual conditions.
Advertising   Queen's   Park.
The   secretary   of  tbe   local   branch
the     cigar-makers'     union   wrote
duty on oats is increased from 25 to
30 cents, on hay the practicably prohibitive duly of $4 a ion is placed,
the duty on rye is increased from 10
to 20 cents per bushel, on butter and
cheese a duty of six cents per pouud
is placed, while on eggs the duty is
left unchanged, namely 5 cents per
dozen. The duty on beans, tj cents
]>er bushel, on onions  40 cents    per
ied to think it is still sufficiently high
to prove a barrier to any large increase
in the exportation of Canadian lumber to the States.
The reduction of the duty on coal
from 67 "ents to 5 cents is one of tne
most important features of the new
tariff from the Canadian standpoint
Last year coal shipments from the
Maritime provinces and British ColUm-
Two funerals of Indians  took  place
yesterday in  this neighborhood.     An
Indian named Carmaiiab died on Sunday at the Scottish-Canadian cannery  bia totalIed $4,041,562.
of  heart   failure,  ath  the  age  of   to, |
and   was   buried   at   the  cemetery  be- j Hides   on   Free   List.
longing to the Indian reserve, South The placing of hides' on the frep
Westminster, Father O'Mara otticiat- list also is likely to be of material
ing. The man belonged to the west benefit to Canadian exporters, Canada
ooasi  of Vancouver island. having  exported   to   the   States   last
An Indian woman, Mrs. Tom, died year hides to the value of $1,308,551.
at the llarlock Island cannery at the The reduction in the duty on agri-
age of 45 years, from tubercular cultural implements from 20 per cent,
trouble, and was interred yesterday to 15 per cent, is hardly likely to have
afternoon. Rev. James Calvert officiat- any effect on Canada.
ing. The woman came from Euchu- As for the placiug of a retaliatory
let, west coast of Vancouver island.      duty on wood pulp this may be look-
  ed upon with comparative equanimity
Football M.n Register. in this country as it probably will lead
All   fooiball   players   are   requested  to tbe prohibtion  of  the    ex|x>rt    of
CRETAN AFFAIR
WORRIES THE POWERS
London,  Aug.  9,���Much  uneasiness
is manifest in European capitals over
the crisis that has been reached in the
dispute   between   Turkey  und  Greece. I
It appears from laie reports, however, |
that Turkey has not presented an ulti-!0f
matuni to Greece, but bus conhnfld j pointing out that though the request
herself io verbal protests. The tburj0f that bodv to place the sign of the
protecting powers are making ener-; un_on lal)e] on tne dressing room at
g-tlc representations both to Oonstan- |QUeen's park had been refused by the
tinople and   to Athens  to secure an i
amicable agreement. The four powers insist that under no circumstances
shall the Greek flag be hoist.-d over
any public building in Crete and the
foreign consuls at Canea bave been
instructed to impress this upon tlie
Cretan   authorities.
(Continued on  Page Three),
M0i.SIGr.O_ DONTENWILL
TO BE IN CITV SOON
to register as soon as possible for the wood pulp from Canada with the ob- lay.
Constantinople,   Aug.     9.���The   ambassadors of the four protecting pow-;
ers, Great Britain, Russia, France and   Members  of  City  Council   Receive  In-
Italy,   conferred     yesterday   over  the
Turko-Grecian   situation   and   another:
meeting  will  probably  be  held  today
to agree upon a common course of action, which will be taken without de-
vitation to Attend  Reception to
Superior-General.
Threaten to Use Force.
The union further threatens to
frustrate the attempt of the Stockholm Street Car Company m Start Rs
cars.
More inn 1000 telephone anj telegraph employees will strike on Wednesday.
The  Employees'  association  is  pay
coming   season.
tained  from C.
Forms   may   be  ob-  ject of building up the paper industry
A.   Sutherland,  secre-  of  the   Dominion.     The  effect  of  the
tary of  the  Rovers Club
chie.
or  E.   Mur-
d.uty, however, wil] be felt principally
in  Quebec.
PW��'-i unity
''.Mon  al  every  |ng  oul   .40,000  dally   to  support   Its
crossed Lake Michigan <'n weaker  members      The cash In  the
mi ii.nver ' """*'    ()l""  s"''    Car".'association  treasury    is  sufficient to
>,.���, j     .YY,     Y a"''   Sl':'"'','(>'1  keep up this support tor three weeks,
grave of he   hi '  ""y    koown  and  when  the fundi-  of th,. treaSurj
IheoftP, ,   '   To her friends an. exhausted   the  association   has
���I the wish thai her
flowers, wouid be sen.
'    '" waters,    Her last and
i thai  I,.-,- grave would
are exhausted the association has a
reserve fund of $400,000 thai may be
used. Tbe Strikers daily are receiving larg,. contributions from Denmark, Norway, Finland, Germany,
Kouiiianiii and Bulgaria,
Umdon   !���B   o    ." Trading. Berlin,    Aug.   9.���Preparation* are
(th,  i.'.v        ''_A    subcommittee being made for a great American ex
on ,.,������,";'"' county council educe- position to be held In Berlin in April,
FARMERS COMMENCE TO
HARVEST CROP OF OATS
AMERICAN FLOUR LOSING
PLACE IN CHINA TRADE
Bumper    Yield      Promised���Prospects   Low   Priced     Rice   and     High
Also   Look   Good   for  Other
Grains   Along   Fr.iser.
Ba.
bl
tllY1'"'" '���"" ��"' "'���'-��� ��!'
hong ii, '������ ""a""��".v of opinion
Kit I """''''* responsible for en-
let in f, I ' B<npl��ymeni of children
IHtataM       abollBhln8 Street trad-
May, and June of next year. The exhibition is designed particularly, or
course, to advertise the merits ol
American wares, but its backers bo'pe
It will prove an extra drawing card
for the  American  tourists.
I<W of Cripple Follows
Men to Grave and Asylum
"a.,  Aug.  9.���A  tal0    of hurg four years ago, and three laugh-
'ng curse of a cripple 18 out ed loudly at some Joke just as a crip-
lli��n   with   the  suicide    of P'e In passing slipped and fell on tha
10nt Harry C  Pulllnm ���f ti,   m�� Pavement,    The cripple  thinking the
Lean.     _,*..��- "'to were laughing at his fall, became
aw -,,,h n-   _  Tm w  "    Harry most hitter and pronounced a curs,- to
iloae ti n__   y'u,ler S- ulnBham' the effect that none of the trio would
Word was received from Mud
yesterda. to the i (feci that th. harvesting of ibe om v,,p would commence on Thursday of the l"'1 '"'
week oili.r parts ot iiii- valley
repon thai the crop is not quite so
far advanced   as  at   Mud   Bay,   but   I
al Char
April 15 thai the oondtiion of the
flour market at Shangal is worthy ol
attention, as it affects closely the
American Imported articles. His ruin   expected   that   cutting  In   the  oat  port, which follows, shows an abund
fields win have been commenced by
th,. beginning or the middle of the
coining week throughout praciicall.
the whole of the Fraser valley
The  crop   this   year
be exceptionally good.
The    agitation    against    Greece is Mayor Keary  and  Members of the
growing in the Turkish  province,    ln city  council   have been  invited  to at-
some towns it has taken the form ot 'end   the    reception     to  be  accorded
a boycott of Greek goods. Mgr. Dontenwill,  Superior General Of
A volunteer  force  of 5000 men  lias "he  Oblate  order,   who   has   returned
been formed    at    Monastlr   ready  to to close his episcopate as  blsnop ot
March against Greece. New   Westminster,   from  which   posi-
  tion he was promoted lasi year.
Athens Greece Aug. 9.���Greece's Ed. Goulet attended the meeting of
reply to Turkey will be delivered to- the c'ty council last evening, and tomorrow. The representatives of me vlted the aldermen to meet his grace
powers are holding frequent confer- on his return from the old country,
ences with the premier and the tor- The occasion is provisionally fixed tor
Priced    ilgn   minister. Thursday  nexl.       Upon   Aid.   Adams
An   Austrian   squadron   has   arrived motion the Invitation  was ace-pled,
at  Yolo,    supposedly on    its way to Mgr, Dontenwill is a Canadian by
S��� 11 ���>nIka birth,   ilioiig'h   born    near   Strasburg
   In 1857.     As n child he lived with hi*
Novorossvsk, Russia. Aug. 9.���Sen- uncle at Buffalo, N. V . and under bis
t_nces were iiiipos.-.i today on 18 men direction took his education al  otta-
Washington, Aug. 9.���Conaul-Qener-1concerned ln the attempt to establish wa   University.     Ordained   pries    n
les Denby writes nude,- date of a republic In southern Russia In 1908. 1885   he was a V���*��� ;"       ;'���
Three were exiled to Siberia ,twowere college tor tour yeais, aft.i wnicn ni
sent to hard labor for life ami thirteen went to British Columbia,     ll- spent
were  s.-i.tencd  to  Imprisonment   i���   a eight years In the priesthood, and was
fortress for six years,   The court also then elevated to the  rank of titular
Indicated various local official and gov. bishop and coadjutor ot Mgr. Durleu,
eminent   servants tor    their    Inaction bishop   Of   New   Westminster.       Two
against,  the  republic  during  Its  brief years later Mgr. Durieu died and Mgr.
Wheat  Drives Celetsials Back
to Old Standards.
nice of cereal foods in that Oriental
market.
In   1907   there   was   imported     into
China from all countries about HOO.ilOii
reported  to ums 0f flour, of which about 165,000
The grain is tons cam-e from American. Since 190
first   class   in   every     respect.       The  th,,   import   of  American     flour    has
bends are large and well filled, while steadily  decreased,  until   now,  it   ha
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Th,,
'" UI'"'V't'i,'!!'1?,.?,' hi;\wer<v standing nver die'a natoS. death.
tne Hotel Henry in Pitts- j pujijam was niuch exercised over the
[Incident and hurried after the crippled
man trying to explain thai he and his
friends had not been laughing at his
fall, but the cripple stormed and would
have nothing to do with  PulHain.
The famous baseball man apparently
never forgot tills curse of the crippled
man and frequently referred to It among bis friends, 0_e year later Tba*
killed Stanford White and has been m
the hands Of the  law  ever since.    R6
contly Dr. Bingham was sent to Dis
mont   insane   nsvliim   an I   I'ulllam
the straw i* reported to be tall. Altogether the farmers, provided tbey
i have good weather for the harvest,
Hire sure of a bumper crop of oats this
season,
Other grains promise equally well.
Barley is well advanced, and reaping
win commence soon. Wheat, whlcb
is not so generally grown as oats and
barley in the district, is also reported
to be i" good shape.
almost ceased, lt is reported tbat the
stocks of American standard flour in
Shanghai for Chinese consumption
ire wholely depleted, and  only  small
locks of American flour are held for
ihe ibakerles for the foreign market.
This,condition Is due to three causes
low   exchange,   which   naturally    dis-
enrages  Imports  in  all   lines;     lngb
prices of  flour throughout  the  world
\eept China, and, most  important of
The
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The Lacrosse Riot.
, , (,a��e or alleged  assault
Y Y hy Peroy Peele, Judge
,. ,   y     in    Saturday's   game
I*,"    '   U'allln  Matheson   cap.
of    ,hp -
"i
Vrncouver team,
"I1 in the Vancouver
," eoun yesterday, and was
llant,ed   till   aomorrow.
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le
The bay crop has now been disposed all for a large scale as the food of
of In most parts of the valley, al- .|,0 Chinese depends upon Us price
though some of the farmers have still ia compared with rice. With rice
the tall end of their crop to get under (...oaper than flour for the same foo<l
cover. It is expected that the bay value, the Chinese prefer rice, it is
crop will have been entirely disposed _i.eretofce  motives   of    economy, und
not  prfeivnce   for  flour,  that  lead  to
of by the close of the presenl week,
leaving the farmers fiv to deal with
their grain  harvest.
its consumption.
��� ������ dead by his own hand.
Berlin, Aug. fi.���Wagner enthusiasts
have risen in protest against the municipality of Lucerne, which has (|r
cided to pull down the composer's
residence,   the   Villa   Trlbschen,   and hear
erect in lis stead a station for Zeppe-  pealing    forth    the   'Merry    Widow
lln's airships. wal��-
Waltz on Church  Bells.
Tb,. Hague, Aug. 9.���Inhabitants ��r
the little town of Grontngen, Holland,
were surprised on Sunday morning to
the -bells  of  the   parish  Church
��� xlstenee.
Dontenwill succeeded him.
Japanese Government Persists
In Disregarding China
Tokyo    Aug   9.���There   Is   no   sign able to  agree  heretofore,  China says
of any disturbance along the "ne ol jjiit she expects an amicable Settle-
the   Antung-Mukdon   railroad,     recon-,"'.^ Japanege -epIy  to thls request
structlon of which wns begun by the w..    IX,lltu  bul   firm.      it   was  made
Japanese   government   on   Saturday. plain that the negotiations concerning
It is believed  that the Japanese ac- the Antuiig-Mukdeu  railroad had been
tlon   In   beginning   the   work   at   this dosed for ever, exept Insofar as they
time Is taken in full confidence that
China will not have recourse to anything   approaching   warlike   measures.
The Japanese government believes
that thy. Chinese authorities are fully
aware ot the gravity of the consequences that would follow forcible
resistance   to  the  Japanese  plans.
China's reply to Japan's recent note
announcing Immediate commenoemeni
of work on the reconstruction of the
Antung-Mukden road, issued by the
foreign offlev today, Bays thai China
Is desirous of continuing tbe negotiations and therefore asks that work be
suspended. Regarding other matters
pending, on which they have been un-
are related lo that section of the road
between  Mukden and  Che-slang-lun.
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
TUESDAY,   AUGUST   10|  n
Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL, ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to Mil, why they should    purchase   from   you   and
thing of the value you offer them !n return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time in bu.iness everyone mus< of n cessity   know  all   about us an,
wares.      Use  the  advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the timer
WANTED.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
WANTED���A  DININli    ROOM  GIRL
at  once.      Apply   at   the   Guichon
Hotel.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or tor
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
WANTED ��� POSITION COOKING
and housework by Japanese. Box
.40, City.
WANTED���TO
nisbod house,
fice,
RENT,      A      FUR-
Apply at News Of-
FOR   SALE.
FOR SA1_E���COMPLETE SET OF
Dlckens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R481.
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE, LOTS
in Kitsllano (Vancouver) and Hastings townsite for good lot in New-
Westminster, close 'n. Address P-
O. Box 565, City.
FOR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
wagon, democrat, harness; snap
for cash. 352 Sherbrooke street.
Sapperton.
WANTED���ROUTE BOYS; CALL AT
World offlce, 624 Hamley Block, Columbia street, New Westminster.
WANTED ��� TO
nisbed   house.
Offlce.
RENT,     A     FUR-
Apply   Dally   News
WANTED���A NURSE GIRL.    APPLY
Mrs.  (Dr.) Jones, Royal avenue.
LOST.
LOST���A SPOTTED CARRIAGE DOG
answering to name of Prince.
Steamboat Exchange.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suuitrban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
��� tate and Insurance. Phone 335. 1.6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 881, P. O. Box 928.
FEED   AND   BREAKING   STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for   sale.       Reference   furnished.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.
opp. Windsor Hotel.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with tour emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in tlie centre.
One  pearl     missing. Please re
turn to Daily News offlce.
LOST���ON SS. TRANSFER, SATUR-
day, July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped pearl attached. Return to
Daily News Offlce.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
!for sale���we   have   a   nice,
: new six-room house close to Twelfth
I street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, batn,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
LOST���WHITE BIRD DOG AN-
swering to name of "Dick." Last
seen at home Saturday, noon. Any
one having information leading to
his recovery kindly advise Anderson
& Lusby.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 308. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan,   744   Columbia Btreet.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT-
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
TO RENT���2 FURNISHED ROOM-
for light housekeeping. Apply
"Daily News," Offlce.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE, FUR-
nished bedrooms; reasonable terms;
82<S Royal avenue.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street,
.arrlages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,   B.  C.   LAND   SUR-
- -veyor.     Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE WORKS;
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants.and specifications prepared.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING & DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New  Westminster.
SECOND-HAND  STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
I STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamnn's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C., A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office Is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province offlce, Columbia sireet.      Phone 62.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
>bia street. Fins-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and  Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, Illustrated songs,
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TA1-
lorlng. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smnti
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store llttings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. 0. box 254, Phon.
473.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprle-
tress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. O. 0. F���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum.
bia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
_. O. U. W��� FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tuesday In each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O, U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday In the
month at 8 o'clock, In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL  ORDER  OF  > .iYY,
f^L-0. *_-*������������   '    , YYl
-S,
Tuesday
Hi.-_-agii._-
eson,W. Pres, ,,. ,,,,;!;. J ^
evening at 8    p.m   |
hall, Columbia stn,
SONS OF SCOTLAM, _ s.yeT^
sociation,  Lord  ol   I i,   i-f    .,
191-MMta on  the Brst  3d SS
Tuesday of every month Ink 2_
hall.      Chief, W. sv SuE***
JOARD    OF    TRADE-NEW U^T
minster Board of Tra |e meets In i.
board  room, City  Hall, af o l,�� e
Third  Thursday    of    each   _,._
quarterly     meeting    ������  (^   ���
Thursday of February, May   .__��� ,
and November  at - pm '' Anng s
meetings on  the third T;,_..da, *
February.    New   member, may _.
proposed and elected at any mint"
ly or    quarterly    meeting,    r
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
it.
. O. O. F.-ROYAL CIT. U)__|_
No. 3���Meets ln Oddfellows' __au
Columbia street, every Friday even'
Ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome, tj. __. t_i,^y
N. G.; C. E Osborne, p t;, recor(1.
lng secretary
OTHER    FRATERNAL    SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. ., A. ,
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lodge
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; __. o L.
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Crni. ,
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. !���'.; C,(i
F, Court Westminster, No. W
Brotherhood of Owls, Nesi No...
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BR3GE,
_���_���__
The condition of the old brldjil
not considered safe for ve_lc_i!
traffic, and the public generally w
cautioned against hauling loads tj
any kind over it.
Persons  continuing to do so after
this notice must tak�� all thc. risks Oil
themselves
By order
id
W. A. DUNCAN
City Clerk.
City   Hall,  New  Westminster, July
23rtl, 1909.
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Girl.
Sept.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
"Lo."
Oct.
Oct.
Nov
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Broadw
Dec.
Opera  House Bookings.
14.���Burns-Johnston pictures,
3.���Polly of the Circus.
16.���Knight  for a Day.
18.���The Time, Place and ihe
20.���Commencement Days.
5.���In Wyoming
7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
18.���David   Harum,
20.���O.     Henry's    New OpelJ
27.���Carter the Magician,
2S���The Climax,
1 aud 2    Th ��� Shepherd M.
-I'arisiiin   Model
19.���Human  Heart.
22, Forty-five    Minutes iron
ay.
1.���In   nre.mibnd
NEW CABLE LINE
TO IRISH COAST
Another Bond Is Added to
rJ hose Connecting England
And America.
N-ew York, Aug. 9.���The new direct cable to St John's, Nfld., from
this city, which has been laid by the
Commercial company, a distance of
1,300 miles, Is expected to be completed today and in working order
early next week. This wlll connect
with the cable from St. John's to
Ireland, and give a speedier and more
direct service than the old cable by
way of Halifax. One of the managers said today that the new service would be 50 per cent, faster than
the average Speed of the present Atlantic   cables.
The work was begun on Monday,
J,uly 19, by the cable ship Colonla, belonging to the Telegraph Construction & Maintenance company of London.
What a Bargain.
Trenton, NJ. Aug. 9.���United States
Marshal Thomas J. Alcott, at a sale
of smuggled goods today, disposed of
about |3,000 worth of lace, lingerie,
hosiery, corsets and other feminine
finery. The buyers included Trenton
merchants, and clerks in the Federal
and State Departments. About $800
was realized.
The good- were seized for $500 in
dnitles. No truce of their owner could
be found.
MUST NOTIFY  PATRON8
IP THEY USE OLEOMARGARINE
PLUMBER PUT ON TOO |     There is no doubt that it is neces-
MUCH SIDE FOR UNION  sary to take 8ieps to glve a clearer
  .entrance for the schools of flsh when
Great Falls, Mont. Aug  9.���Because ���*hey come UD tne 8traita of Geor8ia-
fas  at  present  they  are delayed  and
fall off seriously in color and quality.
New  York,  Aug.   9.���"Oleomararine
used  here,"  must  be  printed   plainly
and conspicuously, henceforth, on all
Mils of    fare  In    those    restaurants
j throughout   New   York   Stat.-,   which
��_rvr>   substitutes   tor   butter.    Lunch
'carts, boarding houses, and other ea.
Ing places which  do not  rise to the
dignity of  a  menu  card   must    post
sdgns which shall bear the words In
I letters at least two Inches ln length,
and so printed as to he easily read-
This Is by order Of the state commissioner of agriculture, who is enforcing a new law.
Violation of the commissioner's order Is punishable by a fine and imprisonment.
h�� was rich enough to buy an automobile and then used lt to convey
himself to and from his work, Otto
Klesslg, a jounrneyman plumber, got
into trouble with his union, and today was arrested for trying to whip
the secretary of the local branch. After the purchase of the automobile
Klesslg was fined $25 for using lt to
ride to and from work In alleged viola,
tion of the union rules.
See Hatcheries
At Harrison River
MUNICIPALITY   8ENDS
GIRL TO PASTEUR INSTITUTE
STRENUOUS TIMES
FOR BASEBALL  UMPIRE
Jackson, Mich., Aug. 9.���During a
riot over unpopular decisions by Umpire C. E. Eldredge of the Southern
Michigan league at the conclusion of
the Jackson and Adrian game, nearly
a score of people were Injured when
the railing of the grand stand gave
way, precipitating them to the ground
twelve feet below. Some Of the falling persons alighted on the heads of
the ones below and all were in a heap
on the ground.
Among the more seriously injurod
are Alderman John E. McGraw, leg
broken, Injured internally; Thomas
Seaman, Internally Injured, serious;
Frank Hedges and Charles Reisers,
cut toy becoming entangled in the wire
netting. The others injure 1 were
able to go home unassisted. The umpire escaped, pursued by the mob to
his room at a hotel.
Brantford,   Aug.   9.���The  municipal
authorities  at a conference  Saturday
'evening decided to send the 2-year-old
'daughter of Bert Martin to the Pasteur Institute, New  York,    for treat-
I ment.
' She was bitten over three weeks ago
(by a mad dog, The dog's head was
sent to Ottawa, and a telegram was
reclved Saturday stating that the dog
ihad died from rabies. The child was
'badly bitten in both legs.
j Although the wounds have all healed over, it was decided by Acting
Mayor Rastall to Like precautionary
measures at the city's expense.
Thorough Examination.
The work just completed in the
Fraser river ends the present Investigations of Professors Priuce and
Starr Jordan. They have practically
visited every United States trap in
operation, and they have Been the
immense hauls of flBh taken at various points during the last week; they
have seen the purse solne catches
and Indeed have made a thorough investigation of the sockeye fishing on
both sides of the international boundary.
1 Dr. Gilbert'! Task.
Dr. C. H. Gilbert has been stationed
at Sooke with the "bject of deciding
the direction from which the great
schools of flsh come, the food on
which they subsist, and the peculiarities of successive runs This eminent expert after visiting the Eraser
river and consulting with the two
commissioners, has returned to Vancouver island to continue his work
"111 the end of the present season.
Go To Nanaimo.
This  morning  die  Dominion  patrol
steamer  Restless will  take the  commissioners  over   to   Nanaimo,   where
they win carry on some investigations
BLACK   MAN'S   SKIN
CHANGES TO WHITE
Rochester, Aug. 9.���Jacob Thomas,
a remarkable colored man. died today
at Le Roy.
Thomas'   color   In   the   last   twelve
years changed from the darkest hue of I
the negro to white, so mucb so, that
he would be passed ln the Streets as
a white man.
(Continued from Page 1.)
of the flsh an<! break up the schools.
[The Canadian islets in the straits of
j Georgia, nearly 3000 in number, also
I Impede the movements of the Fraser
river   salmon.
Marks of Gill  Net��.
Many of the sockeyes taken above
Westminster bridge showed gill net
marks proving    to the    international
commissioners that After passing the i."-^ ��ui carry on some investigations
American nets, and being meshed In'with the aid of Captain Moore and his
the lowest Canadian nets, large num- officers.
bers liberate themselves and gain ac- At the biological station at Depar
cess to the river, and are taken by!ture Bay the curator, Rev. O. W. Tay-
the nets below Mission bridge. "    *
Vast numbers of salmon must likewise pa^s through and under the up-
river nets, so that there Is little fear
If a Sunday close time and other restrictions are carried out on both
sides of the line, that the breeding
ground in the upper Fraser waters
will not be amply supplied with
spawning flsh, and the hatcheries also
secure their full quota of eggs for artificial flsh propagation.
Think  Well  of  Fishermen.
The commissioners were much Impressed  by  the fact that  tiprlver the
fishermen   are  of    an    exceptionally
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lotr> in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue,
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,,*I
Front Street.
lor, has arranged to assist the commissioners with further scientific
work, and they wl.'i probably stay a
few days In that locality, occupying
the research rooms of the station,
where Dr. Gilbert has already spent
some time. Prof. McMurrich and Dr
Huntsman of Toronto University are
carrying on fishery investigations.
Later Professors Jordan and Prince
will proceed to Victoria and end this
seasons work by visiting the B C
Salmon traps, near the capital.
To Draft Regulations.
It  is understood  that the  commissioners   will   not   meet  again   till   the
fine type, precisely the kind of men fall, when a conference will take place
to make the best citizens and build either ln New York or Washington,
up the country. D. C, and  the first draft regulations
In the lower reaches of the river will be completed and most probably
the preponderance of Japanese and proclaimed by the Dominion and the
other nationalities was in great con- United States government on January
trust. 11, 1910-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER I.)
Manuractur.r* emi Deaiere tn AB Kma" ot
Lumber,   Uth,  Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Door.
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glase.
f
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining-
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New VVe��tmin��ter jgaOAY, AUGUST 10, 1909.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREfl
pN, VEIL, PORK
Fre,h P��"   Sausage,  dally.
Best of  F��rmer's   P��rK-
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Iphone 192
Mail Service
' ���  'i.- hour, of despatcn
malls at the New West
����*t ofllce, the hour given lu
fins me hour of closing,
l�� an Hour, as a rule,  t��
despatch.    M, mails,
..., ��� '.'"ed. are aespair-.ii-
��� I   lally except Sund.y.
dispatched   and   re
' - the G. N. R. _outl,
' ' malls, not including
mo,     ' Sapperton
��� lultlam
ii.
.'raSer
McMENEMY & ANDERSON
Columbia St.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PEMNSVLVAMA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers & Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
p, 0. Box 345. Phone 105.
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THH
 Mai|s Despatched.
MEATS     G:.o am. . , at eJ(,,vw, 0X.IO(.K
r%P'e* ) -Vancouver     via
.Ij-   -Y   R,   I v.
Central Meat Market
Oorner Eighth St. and
PHONE   J.a
BOWELL *  ODOr.  Prooriatoi-
via |
ROYAL
ST.
A
Better
Flour
It goes further b.-cause it is
a better flour; lt makes better
bread became It ls made from
careful,.- selected wheat by -"'���
dal machinery, ensuring the
very highest Quality lt is possible io make. A trial of Royal
Standard Flour will convince
you of Its merits,
And remember���In each 48-
pound sack of tlour you secure
a coupon which entitles you to
a chance to win a 109-plece dinner set, Watch the piip^-r for
the winning numbers eacn
nio-tJi.
6. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill   University.)
Veterinary Surgeon tu the
City of  New Westminster.
OFFICE:
PIRE   MALL   No.   1
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE
Branches
-   ,:"'.'     x;h    ������������<��� and Victoria
J'  <    Electric railway.
''��� P. H  east taking all points
east including Langley and district.
ihe   mail   for  Abbotstord and   dis-
Jlfth Arena*   ,"   ' ' '^urn and district, Hunting-
':":'-    latrict, and Matsqui ar. del
patche i        ...-I, of Vancouver.
8 a.m Blaine and Seattle, including ai, U. s. points east and soutn.
[and li. , Prairie, Fernrldge and Ilaz-
elmerv ,, Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Saturdays.
AH Su malls are received from
( 1,n '': ��� except Hall's Pralri,-, Ha-
jelmeri an Fernrldge, which arrive on
} \"   Porl Chon   tram  on   Tue..lavs
ihursd..;.,  and  Saturdays.
U:.u a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
f'.-ntrai Park, via B. C. Electric Railway,
12:30 p.m.���StrawDerry Hill, Timberland and South Westminster by
courier (Tuesday and Friday).
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier.
2:00 j..in.���Burquitlam, Iby courier.
2:00 p.m. (Summer monins c.ose at
2:30  except   Saturday)���ladner,   Bort
Guichon.   Westham    island  and  Sun-
bury, daily except Sunday; Woodward
11,000,000.00 Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday   via
EARL Of ABERDEEN     playing the loheries
TO LEAVE CASTLE    ,s By8INtss IN NAPLES
Will Give Up Lord Lieutenancy of Ireland-Candidates For Vacancy.
Gamblers     Have  Choice  of     Numbers
Worked  Down to   Science���22
and 6 Are  Lucky  Ones.
l>ublin, Aug. 9.���It is reported in ">-
ficial  circles  in   Dublin  that the  Earl
Rome, Aug. 'J.���Naples enjoys Hie
reputation of being tbe city lrom
which the government derives na
greatest revenue from lotteries. Draw,
ings   lake   place  every   Saturday,  and.
throughout    Canada
"J.  C.  Bruce.'
  and' ��� ��� a'u^-        (Sieveston mail  des.
Newfoundland,  and   in    Loudon,   Eng- lpa.tolled an(i received  via Vancouver.)
iand, New York,
. DO    p.m.���Vancouver    and    fiper
Chicago and Spokane, Siding, via G. N. R. north.
C. S. A., and Mexico Ciiy.   A general ;    :!   p.m.���Cloverdale,   XU-omekl,   and
.anking    business    transacted.      Let-  ��.  ' Y^ IY ?'*/��. ��h .?t���
Thursday, Fndav and Saturday; lyne-
lers of Credit  Issued,    available  with  head on Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
correspondents   in    all   parts of    tbe .cord, Tuesday and Friday,
world -,:""  I'm-���Vancouver and Burnaby
Savings Bank Department-Deposits >**���  vla  B'C' Electric Railway   Sat-
* lurdav an extra mail Is despatched to
received  In  sums  of  $1  and  upward, victoria  via  Vancouver at this hour
ind Interest allowed at 3 p^r cent, pei j    Blaine and
innum (present rate).
THE   way   M-L    Paints   are
made, the factory-tests they
get, and the materials that
make thern, gives you  most for
your money in a can labelled
Made In 40 shades,
f... .-very use paint
cm. serve, Indoors or
on! rover a- much
an.I la- LONGER
than ..ther paints,
A-k yt.llr <|paler why
��� and read thi- cu.-tr-
ai.i.-e in hi.*, store.
M-L
Pure
Paints
Never sold in bulk���always in tins.
Made  by  Imperial   Varnish and
Color Co.,  Limited,  of Toronto.
Sold locally by
ANDERSON  & LUSBY,
Agents for
DNew Westminster
and  District.
of Aberdeen will shortly retire from
the post as lord I .n.-nant of Ireland,
[receiving us a solatium the Knighthood of the Garter vacated by the
d'-atli of the Marquis of Ripon.
Lord Aberdeen lias never been exacL
ly  happy  In Dublin, nor adapted  'i'-'i-
self  quite  to  the   peculiarities  of  the
Irish capital, and ;lie trouble connect- t)les���   nl_nibet
ed wiyi the loss of the insignia of St.  stiL|j(ijjl
Peter  from   the  castle  added   t,,  the
difficulties of bis position. Then, again
certain  appointments which be  madi
in   his   household   created   great
satisfaction   in   Ireland,     and   several
social evnis connected with  the castle season have been banned altogeth-
each assiduous player before chosiug
his numbers consults those of hiB
friends whom he considers possessed
purporting to be the result of long
and profound Studies.
Among  the mosi   popular numbers
in Naples are 6 and 22, which lottery
scientists say can only be drawn once
every sewn years. Recently, however,
were  drawn,  notwith-
g  tbe scientists, and  as thousands of people had played them it is
considered   that  the  government   will
"'."'have to  pay  Naples  alone over   ��40,-
t"s" 000.    The  number ot winners is said
to have  totalled 26,     The highest
prize   won   by   any   single   player   wit.-j
.  pounds.
After the drawing the winners, who
were chiefly laborers, burst open the
doors of ibe lottery offices in their
hurry  to  gei  their money.
J
"TEMPERANCE" DRINK
IS EXHILARATING TIPPLE
Concoction   of     Ginger   and     Cider   is
Within   Law  But  Fulfils All
Requirements.
er by the prominent Irish people. The
difficulty in the way of Lord Aberdeen's retirement is the paucity of
Liberal peers eligible tor the post,   It
suggested Lord   Granard,  the , ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m
master   of   the  honse,   a   young   Irish	
peer who lakes life very seriously, and
has become a sort of "handy man" for  BRINGS CORN FROM
thv government both socially and poht- ���..,.���....,  __.  ._._._
ically, might be appointed io the vie- MANCHURIA TO COAST.
royalty.   Another Liberal peer whose     ...
advance during the last few years has     Victoria, Aug. -..-a singular feature
ben meteoric   and  who is a strong "f Uu' ��� bought by the steamer
financial   supporter     Of   the     Liberal   Tango  Maru  was a shipment  of 1 1
party, is said to covet the- post. ba6* ot corn.    The consignmeni is aa
export prom  Manchuria growers, and
'is said to be the lirsi importation of
corn ever  brought  to  America from
be Orient.      The consignor is T. Fu-
ta, of   the  Japanese  brokerage tinn
of Fujita _ Company, who was a pa-s-
seuger    by     the  Tango    .Maru.      He
states that the shipment  is  for local
uses,    probably   to be manufactured
into    cornstarch.       lt    has    valuable
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .properties   for  this   use,  aU(]  a heavy
daily,  with   Pullman   tourist  and  din-[future   trade   is   predicted   ii|>on   the
success  in  manufacture of the initial
shipment.
ffmt Canadian Pacific ���
yjgjjf    Railway Co.
Double      transcontinental      Service
ing cars.
Atlantic  Express  leaves  at  9:05 a.
.OW   Assets  over  $168,000,000.00.
��E.    WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada!-'
Seattle, including all U. I Topeka, Kas., Aug. 9.���The latest
S. points east and south, via G. N. R- I drink in Kansas is the Jackson cock-
"Flyer." I tail.    It is a drink intended to avoid
6 p.m.���Second C. P. R.. east, Fra-1 trouble with Kansas prohibitory law
ser Mills. This mall takes the fob and Fred Jackson, aitorney-general,
lowing local places: Barnet and |for whom it is named. It can be pur-
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows. Port Ham-j chased anywhere in Kansas ai any
mond. Port Haney. Mission, Chilli- time and th-e chap who sells It never
wack. Harrison  Hot Springs, Agas-siz, '
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up
Resjrve Fund   . .
Total Assets  . . .
.$ 4,700.000
. 5,400,000
. .55,000,000
.ytton, Llllooet. Spences' Bridge. Nle
ola and district, and all points vast
except Kootenays.
Mails   Received.
6:45  a.m.���Bialne  and    Seattle, in
   eluding all  U. S. points, via G. I   H
In  and  out  of  town  accounts  soli-I    8:20  a.m.���Vancouver  an
cited. j (except Tuesday),
SAVINGS   BANK  DEPARTMENT      !Raliwf.v.
9:00 to 10:00 a.m
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers'   Cheques  bought and sold.
Telegraphic   transfers  effected.
New  Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F.  SHUTE,  Manager.
MANUFACTURED   BY
ER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ud.
VANCOUVER,      B.     C-
R- T. PRINCE
[Auditor and Accountant
I        (Sure   i ...��� to C
COLLECTIONS    AND
ERS'    BOOKS
SPECIALTY
Off.
ice:
llainl-r)
STOREKEEP-
OF ACCOUNTS  A
AGENTS FOR THE
HALL SAFE CO.
Room
is in danger of prosecution and the
fellow who drinks it never Will be
brought into court as  witness.
The drink is made of three parts of
ordinary apple cider and one part
Jamaica ginger, and is really palatable concoction. Cider always is good
and finger, being chiefly alcohol gives
the mixture a zest and flavor that
d Victoria , ��'��- topers say is about the finest ever.
: Besides, th-e drink get real action
right away. Two good drinks will
mak. a man feel real funny and cute,
three will cause him to rob his own
trunk, and five are calculated to make
him prefer a bed of shucks in the corner of a vacant lot to a nice, downy
couch at home.
The aitorney-general and the state
board of health are hearing numerous reports of the Jackson cocktail's
effectiveness, both as a substitute for
red liquor and as a jag producer. The
attorney-general and the board officials   are   looking  for  some   way   to
via B.  C.  Electric
.���Strawberry Hill,
THE    VERY
LATEST
IN
THING
Postcards!
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED FOLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
SEND ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with.   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
jin the railway belt In British Oolum-1 stop consumption of the cocktail, but
_ bla, may be homesteaded by any per- thus far  it  appears  the use of    the
|!uon  who is tlie sole head of a family   drink  cannot  be  stopped  by  any  law
- or any male over 18 years of age,  io ! Kansas bas at present.
jthe  extent   ot   one-quarter   section   "f | -
1160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land Office for the district
in which the land is situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, be made on
certain conditions by the tather,
mother, sou. daughter, brother or els-
ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perforin iii_  conditions connected therewith    under    oue    ot    the    lonowing
plans:
(lj    At least six months' residence
I
7, Hambly   Block.
p- O.  Box  795.
The Question
Eumlture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
|yo���d,:,":i"l;   you   '"  the   stor
���' uc'��i see ib,. largest stock of new
where
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665  Columbia  street.
|Cl_!iliilliYYir,L_(
CANAWAWPACIFIC
ATLANTIC* STEAMSHIPS
I
la POI   _______��_?*��������<
see the i,
ft. cltj   :"' l':""1 g<H)us of a11 klmls tn !     Vou  wil1   lini1   "   t<J  -vour advantage
| to arrange your booking at this offlce.
whether you Intend  to travel or send-
;i splendid Cream Separator
nearly new.
and see how much more you
money   here  than
Vor sal
('"in-
I!,,!1  Bue1   for  your
iei8ewhere,
Ifrrtterq''"'j ��- K"nS' '""Bellas, tvpe-
ten- _nj ,, llKht automatic macliln-
- and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE
Wliunhln   Qt        .._
1,1 ht-        Man on the Wheel.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
J- HENLEY
Tei
'^W   WESTMINSTER,
Phone 13.
B.   C.
Office. Eighth St.
lng  for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland   August 27
Empress of Britain  ..   ..September 10
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. OOULET.
C, P. R. Agent.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
upon  and  cultivation of  the  land on
each year  for three years.
(2) li the father ( or mother, if tne
tather is di cased), of the homesteader
Iresides up* u a farm in the vicinity ol
the laud enr. red for, the requirements
iv to re Idence may be satisfied bj
such pei-son residing with the tathei
or mother.
(3) li the seni..,- nan his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
bj him in the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to residence
'may be s:iiisiie,| by residence upon
the said land,
1 Six months' notice In writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands ai Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one
years At an annual rental of Jl pel
acre, Not more than 25G0 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate ot
five cents per ton shall be collected
on ihe merchantable coal mined.
W, W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior
N. B.��� Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement wlll not be paid
for
The White Pass
and Yukon i.oute
m.
Eastern   Express   leaves   at   7   p.m.
St. Paul train leaves at 2:10.
Cheap excursion Aug. 11 and 12.
For full particulars, apply to
C  11. FOSTER, B. GOULET,
G. P. A��� Vancouver.     C.P.R. Agt.
May Alter Course
Of Power Wires
WHEN GOING EAST
ASK THE TICKET AGENT
(Continued from Page One.)
"THE NORTHWESTERN LINE"
Eight Trains Every Day in the Year
BETWEEN
park committee on the ground that
advertising wag not permitted in the
TO SEND VOU OVER!Park they bad noticed that a certain
|firm of this city had been allowed to
place a sign there. Reconsideration
of tile original request was asked for
The matter was referred to the parks
committee, upon the motion of Aid.
Fader, who stated that no permission
had been given to Dlace any sign
there.
High Tension  Wires.
R-   H.   Sperling,    secretary  of    the
Vancouver Power Company, wrote:
"In connection with our recent ar-
THE TRAIN OF FAME inngenient with your council, permit-
_   ting us to    carry our    lines for tha
THE        NORTH-WESTERN.       LTD.  Fl,lser    valley    ��ranch     ���^  j^����
Embodies the newest and best ideas street, objection has been taken to
for    COMFORT, CONVENIENCE, and same by the Telephone Company, and
LUXURY.      It  is   lighted   wiih   both j"*** auctions appear '." hu rea-
\�� u mi. ���   enable  our  consulting   engineer   lias
electricity and gas; the most brilliant- j,OI)e int0 the matter with City Elec-
ly illuminated train in the world. The uician Bowler, and between tbem it
equipment consists of private oompart- has been decided that the best alter-
ment cars, standard 16 section sleep- 'Ile YllU<Ml ?' re^ing the Fraser
., , "ver bridge with our wires will bo
ers, luxurious dining car, reclining by continuing our present line on the
chair cars (seats free), modern day north side of Eighth avenue from
coaches and buffet, library and smok-  Tenth   street    to  the    boulevard  and
Minneapolis, St. Paul
and Chicago
for CONRAD, CARCROSS, ATLJN.
Y\ IIITE HORSE, DAWSON and FAIR
BANKS. Daily trains (except Sanday.
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with sia^es at Car
cross and \\ line Horse, uia'.ntainin_.
a thorough winter service.
For inlormatlon apply to
.1. II   ROGERS, .raffle Manager.
"The Milwaukee''
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line," Omaha tc
Chicago, "South West Limited"
Kansas  City   to Chicago.
N'o trains in ibe service on an.,
railroad in the workl that equal ln
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St, Paul Railway. They
wn and operate their own Bleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service  not  obtainable  elsewhere.
H. S. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St.. cor. Alder Portland. Or
lng cars.
For  Time  Tables,  Folders
further Information call on or write
P. W. PARKER.
720 Second Avenue. Soittle. Wash
thence down   the    boulevard  on  the
east side to the south side of Colum-
or any i ia stret."
Aid. Adams pointed out that these
high tension wires were beginning ro
form quite a network about the city.
Referred to the light committee to
consider and  report.
The  City's  Good   Health.
Medical  Officer of Health Dr. J. S.
k_ ,__._���  (\~.    1 mm.m~..,mi A      i-'��nes forwarded  bis  report   for .June,
jent un Aoorovai v iand jui>' -^ ��<��'����� ^ ^ ^^
j-               TT ���  t    j   of  the    city     wns  very     satisfactory.
To Ri-si-oNSim.K PKon.iv f^S   ,lu're  being no    cases    uf infectious
_                         , ,      _   . K|     disease  as  far as he  knew.
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
and ^^^^^^
RED GEM ����*
VShe Inh Pencil
Vour Choice of
���itlce
Phone H&.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered    promptly   to
any  part of the cit'.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladies from .12./
up-
Silver Watches,
$6.00.
Silver  Watches
$7.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltham
Watches,
Watch  repairing a specialty
gents'    open regents'  open    cas.
and
F. CRAKE
Two  doors   trom   Geo. Adams,  Grocer Ynser Mllfs.
i):.0  a.m.���Vancouver  and   Victoria.
via G. N. R.
by courier (Tuesday and Friday).
10: IM) to 11:00 a.m.���Ladnwr, fort
Oulchon, Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Wood
ward, via steamer J. C. Bruce. (Steveston despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���<.. P. R. east (first train I
Sapperton, Fraser Mills and Coquitlam.
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central i'ark
Elgin Iand Fraser Arm.
1:30 p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier
2:30 p.m.���Burquitlam. bv courier.
3:30 p.m.���Blaine and Seattle, including all U. S. points.
9:40 p.m.���Second Mail east, and
closed mall from Sumas, and Seattle,
Including  U.  S.  A.   matter,  and  also
$
Thm
Two
Popular
Articles
(or only
m
Poii
paid
lo any
iddrett
fll   I-M ll       I-A1L  -C   ClTU-
llu.(rations are Exact Siz*
Kvery pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt bclld Gold���cut
ou right hand may l>c had
iu e.ther our staudard
black Opaque pattern, or
Nun-breakable T.&UBp&t-
ent, as desired, either in]
plain or ensrave.! fiuiah,
aa preferred.
You tnty try llili pen _ week,
If y.iu iloiiot Im.l 11 -�� i. |.u.,..i!_. ,|,
ft l><"tl. r ftrti.lt tli-U poll .-11 secure for inh.K VJ-M .mi mtUl
.���in in my utlitr niftke, if n.tl
tnttraly laiisf-Clor? in every re-1
���pr--. return It and we will seixl I
you $1.10 for It.
Cur ok m.t Ii our fftm<__ uml I
|\.|,nUr   It. (���   OXN   Ink   I'fi.ii
i  ciioi|ilrl-   1' ii�� proof Irinni.'h, may |
[ )>��   Oftrrltd    hi    i '��� '   I'uiitli-ii
jiin-kt't or ihopplni ba(t,wrltei n��|
any    ���n.l,.   nt  lint tnncll.     I'liti-
nutn    (iprlnf)   fwdt   Iridium
point, poltitied vi.r_til7e-  rtl-bcr
j  Cftte,   tena  COtU   tinfili.      ttctftit I
I ivarrwh��i- for ���8.60,     Airanta 1
wftnteii   ffrita for termii   Writt
now " it>ii jtn tuttei."   Addrtu
Laughlin Mfg. Co. "J
Haiilllo Bldg..
Dttrolt. Mink
disease as far as b�� knew.
Wharf Extension.
Aid. Johnston reported thai the
cost of extending the mark.t wharf
to in commodate the i 'anadlan-Mi xican
ners, would bi foi elghi feel extension, $900; and foi 12 feet, .117."..
The matter was laid over.
Eighth Street Sewer.
Alvii iiinii Gray ask-.d when the
EUghth street sewer extension would
be commenced. The chairman said-it
was Intended that as soon as the city
lenglnee'r got through with the Columbia sire-it specifications he should get
along with tlie Eighth street sewer
work.
The By-Laws.
Aledrman   Smiib   suggested   that  a
I na. ting   should   be  _.ekl   at  an   early
idate  to   talk  over  the   important  i>y-
ilaw  election.
The chairman agreed, and thought
I probably one evening next week
'would  be fixed.
Miscellaneous.
Permission was granted to the Cedar Cottage Presbyterian Church Sun.
fflay-schooi to bold their annual picnic
iiit Queen's park- on the 12th lust.
David B, Slater made application for
a sidewalk from the corner of Merl-
vale and Agues streets to the corner
of Fourth and Agnes streets. Referred to the Board of Works.
An application by A- W. McLeod for
the grading of a part of Arbutus
street, was referred to the board of
. works.
Applications by C.  S.  Kvltli and A-
L.  Lavery  tor permission to connect
with  the sewer system  were referred
;to the special committee.
Thp city treasurer reported receipts
for June of $308,466.89, with a balance
of  $2523.05.
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THE  DAILY  xfEWS.
TUESDAY,  AUGUST
1 .   1��09,
The Daily News
and  the  throwing of  these^ upon  th-   Vancouver prigs have made an abso- barely won the Minto Cup, of attempt-
labor dust  heap  because  they cannot | lutely    unjustifiable    attack    on   Mr.  ing   to   amalgamate   their   two  teams
earn the higher pay, but the labor it-  Peele-      .acts  speak   for  themselves.  -,t th-it Into date  and trv to wrest tbe
Published by The Daily News Publish. 6P��� take, to its-elf wings.      U is pre* Mr, Peele had not ruled one man off CL
lng Company, Limited, at their offices,  ently   found   that   ihe   works  do  not  the field  till  toward  the  end of the i    jt' |s  nertiment to  write    and  ask
The Dally News Block, corner of Mc- PW. higher prices are asked, and the last  quarter, and    yet,   according  towheIV jB  baseball  now?      Last  vear
amount ol work given diminishes, and j Vancouver he  was  a veritable Titus nothing was Heard in Vancouver'but
so more hands are out of-employment | oates.       A   still   worse   act   was   the  baseball        This   year   Vancouve
Kenzie and Trew streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Di
rector And ^ il comes U,at eve? ln the most [Striking in the face of Tom'Rennie by  getting badly beaten at every point Of
   prosperous    countries,    in     Uie most   i___���de when the team was cheering  the game, and the players are getting
prosperous   times,   thousands  escaped , the Vancouver team at the end of the  bartered  and    transferred,     who last
TUESDAY,   AUGUST
SUCCESS  OF   ROSS RIFLE.
from congested l-.urope are knocking game,
violently at the gates of employment, | Th
while those within, who have got the
wage they demanded, now demand
tbat these poor fellows be pitched
headlong back into the abyss of Europe, for no other reason than that
they want to work, and are willing
to do  it on    terms    at  which  there
Last year at Bisley the Ross rille
the service rifle of the Canadian would be much more of it to do than
forces led the van in high scoring, there is now. A country that grudges
and this year the tr.umph has been space to people willing to work hard
repeated. There are a few disgrun- for little, and thus add to its wealth,
tld people wbo with very little know- is In a condition that calls for a rem-
ledge of the subject, denounce the edy. The best cure for the United
Rosk rifle, and in the face of it the States -would be the abolition of arti-
hi^hest scores in the world are made tlcial dearness. The result would be
by this rifle at every shoot. An at- the rapid expansion of many indus-
tempt was flrst made to have it ap- triels to supply an added market at
pear that the rifles used at Bisley home and abroad, and consequently a
Were especially made for the use of good living for more persons, and
those using them. This ridiculous cheap abundance for all. This we
storv was first circulated by the Ot- know is not protectionist doctrine,
tawa Citizen, a Tory paper, with no but it is the way things would work
.special knowledge of the subject. Boih out.���Montreal Witness.
Sir   Frederick   Borden   and   the   R��ss  ���
Rille Company have emphatically stat.
ed that tho rifle used at Bisley is the
same rifle issued to th. forces, yet
there are those, led by the Ottawa
Citizen, who sit at a desk aud talk
learnedly of things which can only be
known to thos,. who go out with a
ripe and face the target. The Ross
rifle adopted by the Canadian Government  is  the  best    small  arm in   the
SAVE  LACROSSE.
In a recent issue of the Globe the
following editorial appears re the arrest of ions, of Tecumseh, for assault
during a lacrosse match witli To-
ronio:
''Lacrosse Is not only Canada's national game, but also the best specta-
.... , , j tors' game in the world.     lt is espe-
wwld today. This is the op.nion "'dally a good game for woman specta- Jured as to be incapacitated from
the English  press.      A correspondent  tors   for  ^   ^^ ^   foU<_w  playing.      The    "News-Advertiser," in
in the Ottawa Citizen, speaking ���� ji(s lai-gt, ,ouuines( its technique being a painfully labored article, harks back
the rifle, says, "Boodle and graft seem eaglly under8tood .lud fon0wed But to the dim, dead days, beyond recall,
to have b��eri effective and got in their u w{��� ceasp w bfl .. ,adles, Qr t0 hagh up    fairy storles    ab0ut im-
deadly   work.        This is  hard  upon )fo- that m^e,. a gentleman's game, if Ported players, and whines that the
ruffian.sm is allowed to prevail in it.      present    Vancouver    team    is called
I year  were   the  idols  of     Vancouver,
Vancouver  press   pass   lightly ;^hat  We,-e    then    "Vancouver's darl-
over the blow that laid Rennie sense- _ngs" are now "so 'and   so imported
less, and the gash given Tom Gifford from so and so."
by O'Brien is hardly mentioned. rn yachting the supremacy was be
lt seems strange that Vancouver, ' jng Wrested from them by Seattle,
after such a piece of bad form as hir- ���x_t the international yacht race!
ing a band to play, "See the Conquer- victoria holds the cricket championing Heroes Come," when their team ship! New Westminster won the as-
stepped on the field, and remained relation football championship of the
mute when their guests, the acknow- mainland, to lose It to an island team,
ledged champions of the world ap- ;lnd Vancouver was not in it.
peared, should have a kick left. One more hope remains to Vaneou-
Who has suffered at lacrosse this!yer and tj,at )g the race course. We
year? Is It Vancouver? No. By sincerely hope the press will deal with
brutal, vicious, raw work, Alex Turn- jt in more sporting lines. Racing
bull had his ribs broken, yet no Van-. |g t|le sport of kings, but If an Am,-r-
couver man was sent off the held, ij(,an horse or owner cleans up every-
and Vancouver had their own referee. | thing,  for   heavens     sake   don't   call
At Vancouver Clifford Spring had j--p0ul."
his nose broken, yet no one saw the | jt was a cocky piece of business
"accident," and still the "News-Ad-: that playing of "See the Conquering
vertlser" howls dirty work by New Heroes Come," when Vancouver la-
Westminster, and in gloating over the croBse team stepped on the field last
fact that Vancouver actually had Saturday, and it is this last of all
more minutes penalized against them common decency that has compelled
Includes Lund of Xew Westminster to ,tMe  papers  through  British  Columbia
to read Vancouver the  smart lesson
bolster up their claim.
Take away the* twenty minutes g'v-
���en to OBrien for what the "News-Advertiser" states was a dirty- smash,
and things are equal without including the ten minutes given Springer
for knocking Geo, Rennie senseless.
There has never yet been a game
that a Vancouver man has been so in-
Vancouver    team
The conduct of one of the players "Con Jones' Hired Men."
jon   Saturday  was  wholly   without  ex- 1    If Con Jones' name is used so fre-
;cuse.      it  is said  that  the  offending quently   it  is   the Vancouver  papers'
,.,.,      'player is lo be prosecuted for assault,  own fault, they simply can't pen two
URlzen Ii>t_ere js  however, a much more swift  lines about lacrosse without bringing
graft to express such an opinion?
THE CLOSED DOOR.
work
Col. Sam Hughes, Conservative pres
ident of the Dominion Rifle Association, member from Victoria and Hall-
burton, who says the Ross rifle is the
Lest small arm the world has produced   to   date.      Would   th
correspondent suggest that Col. Hugh- and eflectjve way of ,-eaching him and Con  Jones'    name    into  prominence,
es. M. P., was influenced hy.hoodle or,other players like him.     The National "Con Jones' Men" forsooth, and etc.,
'" """"           Lacrosse  Union  has  it in  its  power till   we  wonder  over  here  who  Con
to save the game, and it ought to ex- Jones is, and where he comes from,
ercise its authority courageously and and where he was a couple of years
promptly.     The game will lose noth- ago, when lacrosse was  played here,
Th    v-i,���- at_f__ L-- -_ Hom���n-inJinB b-v beinK deprived of an exponent and "whether he ever saw  a  lacrosse
lhe United States keeps demanding.  . m  Iong. ten,p.erament, and It will game before last year, and whether it
an open door in China while i   baogs |^_         ���    b    maW      aD examp,   of ls   th    idea  of   th    Vancouver  press
its own doors to; and that not to <=<>' -ihim.      The    union    should   show no to put nThi on a pedestal with a motto
!?___* 0nnH U^.'tL\l��nSe^lC.?I. i weakness or hesitation in the matter, underneath of "When I ope' my lips
and follow it up by similar ruthless- let no dog bark."
ness in the cast- of every player who If Vancouver objects to New West-
tries to convert our national game Westminster's continued reference to
into a field for the display of bru- "Con" Jones, then let them begin to
tality." Stop their sycophantic manner of
We are glad that Toronto has the writing about him, and blot out such
courage to place on record so strongly Interviews as appeared in the Sunday
the utter disgust of all good sports- "News-Advertiser" a few weeks back,
men at incidents such as these. j a year ago Vancouver showed their
\ir, ,,ir ib,. r,. iiiiti.iiv We much reS'"et that Vancouver sporting instincts when their lacrosse
!,,,, y.t_e It- TY.^es not follow suit. After Saturday's team refused to play the Capitals at
game, a disgraceful blow was given New Westminster during exhibition
Judge of Play Peele, and as the mat- week, after promising to come, when
ter is sub judice, we do riot wish to }ast y.ear they refused to finish the
discuss it further at present, still the series,   when   New   Westminster   had
labor. There never was a time when
that country was more prosperous
than it is today, and yet there never
was a time when there was u stronger
sentiment against immigration, Close
the doors and let no one in, is the
demand, not only of native labor, but
foreign. And those who make that
demand have their argument in the
large number of unemployed in the
great cities.
ure so severe that the ships that
���l ring out immigrants by thousands
are taking back the rejected ones by
hundreds. The country is practically-declaring itself as full as it can
bold and at the end of its absorbing
capacity. Yet the farms of the coun-!
try ar.. producing far less than they
might do because of the scarcity and
cost of labor. There is surely something all wrong here. There is a
tide of- poverty flowing Into a country
that has work enough for all; yet the
labor and the demand for it cannot
be brought together. Of course a
certain proportion���probably a very
large proportion���of these unemployed
are so because, tb rough vice or laziness, tlie yhave lapsed from the ranks
of industry. There are two things
that might he done for these, that are
not done. A large proportion of
them would be restored to good citizenship by simply stopping the sale
of drink- Among the native population drink is the usual cause of un-
vmployment. All drunkenness would
not be _ured by making liquor selling
Illegal, but some would, and the num-
��-_"sH_rt would lapse in that way
would be very sensibly diminished.
And', what is socially also important,
thp.us. of the money spent on drink.
In baying for useful industry, would
immediately change the face of the
country, and greatly add to tbe number of the unemployed. Another cause
of unemployment is protection, which
makes everything dear, and makes
labor high, so that the farmer who, at
.bottom, hears all the country's burdens, cannot work his farm to the
hest advantage. Lal>or is being shut
���out at t'JJtl front door; yet the farmer
finds it", hard to make ends meet be-
-cause liibor is rendered artificially
<]ear.
Another   cause   of   unemployment,
whose, operations is even more directly traceable,    but for    which, ln  the j
present  mind  of  mankind,  one  does
not find so direct a cure, is an artifl-
Cial wage Standard.      The Axing of a |
wage necessarily excludes  those who
ape/not    up to the   standard, or, ln
Other words,  worth that wage In  the i
market-  .,   Por the  very   lowest class I
of workers there was at one time at
the London docks work for every one !
strong  enough   to  take hold.    Every j
victim of  evil  habit  who could  nt.lt i
handle goods would be taken on. But I
the wage- Went down    to the lowest'
price  ai  which  these  wretched   ones j
were willing to work.     The result of |
theiV"getting such a desperation pit-1
taflce was naturally an outcry for a ]
living    wage.      The    wage    was in-'
creased.      It attracted more desirable
hands, and those who had before got i
little now got nothing, and were added !
to the ranks of the unemployed.   The
same  thing    works    with   the  higher
classes of skilled lalwr in two ways.
At  the  London  Docks the  work  has
to be done, whatever it costs, and is
not likely to be much diminished In
volume by reason of the higher price
of handling cargo.      Even in a business like that, however, the increased
price of    labor    often    means  an increased resort to machinery, and thus
not only are the ]>oorest crushed out
but the actual  number of workers is
diminished by raising wages.      In the
employments In which skilled labor Is
employed there Is not only, in the enforcement of higher rates of pay, the
exclusion of the less effective hands,
she  deserved,  and  we���well,  w.   are
glad of it-
Report a game fairly, honestly,
without prejudice, and without the
hall mark of "We are betrayed," and
lacrosse will soon come back to Its
own.
CIVIC HOLIDAY.
At the request of the Citizens' Picnic Committee, I hereby declare Wednesday the Hth inst., a civic holiday
and respectfully invite the citizens
generally- to so observe the same.
J. B. JARDINE,
Acting Mayor.
City Hall, Aug. 7, 1909.
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THE    DAILY   NEWS
PAGE FIVE.
$[[ OUR ADVERTISEMENT ON PAGE EIGHT.    QTY ^��W5
It contains interesting news about the
low prices prevailing on all Summer
Goods.
W. S. Collister & Co.
' TRANSACTING BUSINESS
WHILE IN PRISON
Sheriff,   However,    Refuses   to    Permit
Millionaire to  Telephone  in
His Cell.
Auction Sale
. -,i'  : :   a  pleasant  day at the  sea-
*,,i." rour  friends  to Blackie
Bpl( as day. August 11.    **
vinster cricket team has
""  Important    fixture    on    Saturday
when  It plays  the    Vancouver  team I
again,     The   previous    match    was
drawn, when the Westminster    men , Ll1 Ramel, Cai., Aug. 9.���Notwitn-
,|had done very well Standing his objections to leaving ue
., per.,i;L. cell for th,. main jail   M.ilion-
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sens   y 11,     at Blackie Spit on Wed- the woman's cell he has occupied and
nesday.     Adults,  $1.25;   children,  5u placed  in one of the large- cells of
cenu-                                                    M lh-- Jail today.   His cell mate is a man
m,       ,  . I who  is  accused of ass.mlt   to commit
The civic tuxes are coming In well, murder                                           commit
III,?Sli ''O'ind.il that the ra      After Bradbury had  been placed In
. bate only  holds  good   till  August 18,  his   new   quarters   he   stated   that   be
-and are requested to make their pay-. wann-d   privacy
ments as soon as possible for the ft* .   "I hoped to fix up my cell as an of-j
the department. |_ce so I could  transact some import-
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kind of Floral work, telephone Davies' .aged prisoner.
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the man Buckley who was charged i Another disappolntme t was in
with supplying liquor to Indians was BtoPe for the prisoner tin.- morning
fined $50 and Ousts. The charge wll,.��� lht. sheriff took from him a
again.-, ,1 H. McKelvie Of stealing sllver be��� ���hl<.u hl. ,,ad purcha8ed
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'1:110 p.m.
("ar. leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap-
l";rton and city limits over the
dty   line.
j
4
4
+****���+++++++
City Line: Cars leave tram
office 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. m.
j the costs.
Remember Hale Bros, when you re-
, quire hay, grains, etc.      They always
have  a  large stock. **
Tbat    light,    delicious,    wnoiesome
(bread  you  su  much   enjoyed  at  your |
ilriend's house  was  made  with Robin.
JHood I-'lour. *���
Going, going, gone. Tickets for
city picnic; adults, $125; Children under 12, 50c; children under 5, free.    **
Special train for city picnic leaves |
City Market at .S:U.  a.m.    Remember
Iplace and date. **
A summons for alleged assault will
j be heard in tlu district court before
| Capt. Pittendrigh this morning at the
��� instance of C. Veal, of Coquiilam,
who charges C. S. Wakefield With
(striking him. \V. P. Hansford will
i appear for the complainant. Several
: witnesses   w-ill   be  called.
The funeral takes place from the
Roman Catholic Cathedral this morning of Neil McNeill, wbo tiled at St.
Mary's hospital at the age ot 7_, on
Sunday night. He was a native Of
New Brunswick and came here many
��� years ago, being for some years
t watchman at tlie Royal City Mills.
The attention of the department ot
| marine and fisheries has again been
called to the marking of the channel
|of the Serpentine river by buoys, and
(better lighting, Surrey residents com-
j plaining of the difficulty boats have
(to effect a landing under existing conditions.
The tug Flyer cleared yesterday
morning for the stone quarries at
Pitt lake. Today sho will return to
port, bringing with her a scow of coal
for Gilley Bros.
General Manager Sperling of the B,
C.  B.  R-  Co.  stated in a  Vancouver
interview yesterday that the new Initio Eburne would be taken over from
tli, C. P. R. and regular traffic Inaugurated some time about Septembei
15, The work of electrification is
now being pushed ahead as rapidly
|as possible.
Buy orchard lands while they are
cheap and become independent. \V.
are the official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd, Let
us tell you about tlu-ir choice holdings
at Appleland. A new townsite ami
fruit district along the line of tii
B. C. Electric Chilliwack line and V.
V. & E. Cloverdale io Sumas Railway.
This section excelis in the production
of all fruits. Come at once whii. the
best lands are selling cheap and let u-^
show you this section at our expense.
We cau sell five, ten, fifteen aud
twenty acre tracts on easy terms. .',
J. Hart & Co., Ltd. **
Don't miss seeing the "eighth wonder of the world," the salmon fishing
on the Fraser river, during tlie present season; the greatest in four years.
Thousands upon thousands of tisb to
be seen. Visit the canneries at Steveston. The S.S. Transfer leaves Brack.
man-Kei-'s wharf daily at 3 p.m. exoept Saturday, when the steamer
leaves at 2 p.m., returning same day.
One dollar return. On Sundays a
special excursion to Steveston and
return Is made, remaining at Steveston about an hour and a hall.
Steamer leaves li C. Electric whaW
at 3 p.m., arriving back at New West
minster at . p-m. Fare, one
return.
! to send a telegram or post a letter.
Sheriff Taylor said today that Bradbury will receive the same treatment
accorded to other prisoners.
Pittsburg, Aug. 9.���The announcement by H. C. Frlck here that his new
office building in the East-end, which
was original.y Intended for ian IV
storey building, will go up but 13
Storeys, today brought out from one
of the fashionable clubs of Pittsburg, to which Mr. Frick belongs, the
fact that it was over a game of poker
recently that h,. decided that the
number 13 was not unlucky for him
at least and that hereafter he would
not avoid it. In fact the ex-steel king
appears to be of the opinion that this
number is lucky for h:m, so much so
that he has made tbe change in plans
for his building.
Sitting in a poker game with some-
steel men on the 13th of a recent
month, Mr. Frlck, according to thff
story, is allowed to have won a jackpot with $13,000 in it and the exact
time that he raked the pot showed
13 minutes past the hour. Enquiry-
showed that this was the 13th band
played in the game. At the time this
hand was played and won by Mr.
Frick there was waiting for him in
the club-house a man with plans for
his building. Fresh from the winning
hand and with his mind full of the
number 13, Mr. Frick saw the architect's man and said: "We'll make that
building 13 storeys high just for luck.''
WAS DETERMINED j
TO TAKE HIS LIFE
One Stroke of the Knife
Turns Coward to Hero
Passenger on     Board     Atlantic   Liner
First Attempts to Leap Overboard,
Then  Cuts Throat.
' Antwerp, Aug. 9.���Charles Brown,
who is said to hav. been a banker ot
Buffalo, committed suicide by cutting
his throat on board the steamer Vat-
erland as the vessel was nearing Antwerp today. Mr. Brown, who was suffering from melancholia, the effects of
a nervous breakdown, previously bad
made an unsuccessful attempt to ki"
'himself by jumping into the sea when
;the Vaterland was -at Dover.
He sailed from New York on July -4
(on the Vaterland and throughout the
i voyage  his  strange  actions  were the
subject of comment by the saloon passengers.    When the Vaterland put into  Dover,  Brown  suddenly    mounted
the railing of the steamer and leaped
���into the sea.    Passengers sounded the
alarm  however and  the  small   boats
i wvre manned and Mr. Brown rescued.
He was immediately  put in his cabin
and thereafter on  the voyage to Ant-
���werp was under tbe care of the ship's
doctor.
He. was left alone for a moment to-day, half an hour before the steamer
arrived at Antwerp, and seizing a
knife be slashed his throat, dying so��n
afterwards. Thr- tragedy caused deep
gloom among his fellow passengers.
The passenger list of the steamer Vaterland gives the name of C. H, Brown
as a first-class passenger,
Paris, Aug. 9.���"Such emotions as
fear and melancholy are conveyed by
a small nerve which springs from
the human brain near the medulla oblongata, the top of the spinal cord.'
So announces Dr. Bonnier, a distinguished surgeon, who adds that he
has removed this nerve and so reliev
ed greatly persons suffering from melancholia and timidity.
Other surgeons seem sceptical about
(the  value  of  Dr.  Bonniers  discovery.
| But newspaper paragraphed, find opportunity to discuss the possibility
of turning a coward into a hero by
a surgical  operation.
CHINESE BARBERS
RAISE PRICE OF SHAVE
And As Celestials Cannot Op.rate ��"
Their Own  Heads, Move Creates
Panic in   Frisco.
San Francisco, Aug. !).���Barbel, in
Chinatown bave raised the price for
shaving heads from 25 to 35 cents
and the Chinese herb doctors have
increased their lees from li, to 50
cents. The result is almost a revolution in tb. Celestial quarter, as a
Chinese cannot shave his own head
and   every   Chinaman   regards    herb-
taking at regular Intervals as a
guard against sickness. Several
scores of barber shops are scattered
through Chinatown and all do a
flourishing business, as the Celestial
bead must be shaved every day to
keep  up proper appearances.
The barbers also clean tbe ears and
trim tlie eye brows. The barbers declare that the high prices of food
and the excessive rents compel them
to make an advance in the tlme-
honore- price of "two bits." The
herb doctors claim that th.y have
been underpaid for years and they
cite the fees of the white doctors as
: proof that at "><> cents their presenp-
I tions are very cheap.
The dead walls of Chinatown are
flaming with red posters today attacking the barbers aud doctors for
advancing   their     prices,     but     these
ilampoons have had no effect.
HEATH COMES AS
CLIMAX TO ACCIDENTS
Ontario   Farmer First  Cut  in   Mowing
Machine, Then  Injured in a
Runaway.
dollar
Kincardine, Aug. 9.���Samuel Irwin,
a farmer of the sixth concession of
Greenock, lost his life whii,. engaged
cutting hay The team started to run
away throwing h'.ni in front of the
mower knife. He hung on to the
horses, which began circling. This
caused the guards of the knife to
mangle bis thigh in a terrible manner.
The horsese were stopped and the man
lK>ing conveyed home in a buggy when
he met with another accident. The
team which had been unhitched trom
the mower had been left in charge of
his young son to bring home. In some
manner they got away from the lad
and running down the road in thv
wake of the buggy they jumped Into
it, crushing the Injured man against
the dashboard, breaking his shoulder
iand further Injuring him. He lived for
some  hours.
Easterbrook Muling 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.
McOuarrie ___ Co ____ AND feed merchants.
FRONT STREET. New Westmlnsttr. Telephone S3S.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
VANCOUVER  DISTRICT LEAGUE.    RECLAMATION   OF  FALSE CREEK.
+4++++++++++++4
How nicely nnd easily a Cake can be iced with
Cowan's
Cake Icing
Chocolate, Pink. White, Lemon, Orange,
Almond,   Maple   and   Coconut  Cream.
ABSOLUTELY PORE ICIIIGS
THE COWAN CO.. Ltd.. TORONTO
-_M__ana__ga_i
Six  Teami    in  Football    Competition
This Season.
At the meeting of the Vancouver
District Association last evening no
progress was made with drawing up
the schedule for next season. LO.
Murchle and B. F. Locke represented
the Rovers. The league will comprise Westminster, Celtics, Thistles,
Shamrocks, Hibernians and Westham
Island this year, the Hibernians being
admitted- Nothing was heard of the
application of Nanaimo and Ladysmith for admission to the mainland
body. The meeting adjourned t.il
Monday.
Q.  N.  R. Official  Submits  Proposal to
Vancouver Council.
L. C. Oilman, assistant to J. J. Hill,
[president of the Great Northern Railway, met the Vancouver city council
in  secret session    last evening  with
reference   to  an   arrangement     for  a
joint terminals for the Great Northern
and  other railways  on    Westminster
javenne, and the reclamation of False
i creek.      The result of the conference
did not transpire except that a schem_
,-for co-operating with the city in ibe
projected      improvements    was    suggested.
Drowned for Bravado.
Vienna, Aug. 9.���A young Austrian
grocer boy dared by a party of BlllH
to let go the line with the aid ol which
he was learning to swim in the ";"'-
lem t-lver.dld so and was drowned.
Horses Stung to Death.
Brussels, Aug.   i).���Two  cart  horses
!|were  stung  to  death  by  a swarm of
ib_-s at Moresnet, Belgium.
FUNERAL   NOTICE.
The funeral of the late _r, William
Runacres will take plac. 1,'",n ''"''
family residence. 711 Quwfn's aveini'Vj
on Tuesday afternoon al . o'clock.
INCORPORATED
1905.
Live Stock  Insurance
Live stock Insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer In <he 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
to fulfil their obligations to th greatest satisfaction, and, every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter is an
Instance:
New. Westminster, June 2?, 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
yesterdav I have already received cheque for $200.00 in
full  payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     3, A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some   valuable   stock,   enquire   for   par-
, ticulars.
ALFRED    W.    McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET. PHONE 62
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PAGE SIX.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
TUESDAY,   AUGUST   .0,  ,
309.
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
m., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
su^et.
NOTICE.
Tak-_   notice  that  the  above
is   a
Citv  Hall.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City  _lerk.
July  22nd.   1909.
City Gaol Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council of
the City of New Westminster io raise
by loan the sum of Pour Thousand
($40(ili.0OI Dollars for the purpose of
advertising the  City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand ($4000.00)
Dollars in advertising ihe City and
that the said sum should be raised on
the credit of the Corporaion. A By-law to enable the Council ot i
And Wh areas, It appear, that If the the City of New Westminster io raise I
sum    of   Four   Tbousaud    ($4000.00)   hy  loan  the sum of    Six    Thousand |
Dollars    be   appropriated   lrom    the  ($6000.00) Dollars for the purpose of
general  revenue  ol the City  for the building a City Gaol and Police Court
current year the rate of taxation will Room.
be excessive, and it is expedient that Whereas, it. is expedient to erect a
Buch excessive taxation should be building to be used as a City Gaol
avoided, and the said sum should be and Police Court Koom, ami to use
raised on tlie credit of the Corpora- that portion of the Civic Building,
tion, and that debentures should be now used for those purposes, for othei
issued for that amount. purposes and  to  expend 'u the erec-
And, Whereas, for the payment of tion of tbe said building the sum of
interest on tlie debentures propO-ed Six Thousand ($0.00.00) Dollars, aud
to be issued under this By-Law, and ihat the said sum should be raised on
for creating a sinking fund forthepay- tht, credit of the Corporation,
ment of tlie said debentures whendue, And Whereas, It appears that if tb.-
it will be necessary to raise by special sum of Six Thousand ($000.00)
rates, in addition to all other rates, Dollars be appropriated from the
each year during the currency of the
eaid debentures, the sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five and 40-100
(f236..6)  Dollars-
And, Whereas, in order to raise
the Said yearly sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five and 40-100
($2;!.">.40) Dollars an equal special rate
on   tbe dollar  will   be  required  t0   be
of the debentures therein referred to. ;    5.    Subject
7.    This By-law shall take effect on  be   raised   annually   by   special   rates  Saturday at
lhe Z5th. dav of August 1909, and may  as  aforesaid,   dining  ibe currency  "t
be  cited  as  tihe  "Waterworks  Deben- the  said  debenture-,  the Mitt Of ����|    Returning,   leaves
I    6.   The proceeds of the raie of the 'sufficient to pay the interest On fltt
I said  debentures  shall  be  applied  as debentures, and  to create  a ����*��*
,������,   ..,,,,.  ���,   ,]���.    pronov.,     Rv_.  follows, and not otherwise:   Towards fund for the payment of yie PT���cipw
S*3_ b   U-en WS&_83_ *** 0- ^ ��< l"f _ "T^    ��< thereof when ��*g^S.
of JseA' Westminster one month trom
the date of tlie first publication thereof in the "Daily News" and "Daiiy
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of the City wlll be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
2.".th 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, Eleven.h
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Hall,  July  _2nd,   1909.
S.S. TRANSFER
T-���      __!!_-__.     T . "*"S1
will  lea
The   steamer  Transfei
Brackman-Ker whurt  ,.,.,.
afternoon, except Saturdaj       * dai'
for Ladner, Steveston ���. ' iUl1-
an.
"���. rel u 'Y5-
Westminster Saturday v  .       '' Ne,��
ture   Bv-law,  1909." (een  Hundred   ($1500.00)   Dollars   for
8.' This   By-law  before    the    final the payment of interest ther. on ami
passing thereof, shall receive the as- the sum of Two  Hundred  and sllSf'\
sent of the electors of the said City Five and   90-100  ($205,901   Dollars  to
In   the  manner required  by  law. provide for the payment of the PIln-j
Received the assent of the electors cipal.                                                     h
the day of 1909. 6.    The proc. eds of the sale of tne ,
week day morning. ,.>.,        ,
Additional    trip   Monu
leaving New Westminster   i
subject
Reconsidered and finally pas ed in said  debentures  shall  be applied as : p,y t0
This  schedule
without  notice.
For freight and pa
���' a.m,
se
open Council  the...
1909.
City Cl.-rk.
,day of.
follows,  and  not otherwise:   Towanis
paving  the  cost  of tbe    pass'ng   ��r:
this   Bv-law  and   the  issue  and   saw i
of the debentures therein ivferr. d to.
a.
ROBERT JARD] .
Manager.
Mayor '���    7.   This Bylaw shall take effect on Treasurei.  tbeTeot   0|.  b
'    ' the 26tb. day of August 1909, and may person or persons as
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will b_ taken into considerat on
be cited  as  the  "Hospital   Debenture ���_,���  law��ui,y auUl0IJi,
By-law,  1909." it_     _ ,!    3.    The     said   debenl
other
";|-V be there.
This   By-law   before    tbe    final  payable on the firs
passing thereof,  shall  recei
ve the as-
il day
8 shall be
general revenue of the City for the
current year the ra'e of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such 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
the duie of the first publication th re
of In the "Daily News" and "Daily
A By-law to enable the Council ot Columbian" newspapers, which frst
the City of New W-siminster io raise pui lication took plac on the 22ml.
by Joan lhe sum of Two Hundred and ,]av ���f Julv 1909, and that a vote of
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000.00) the electors of th-e City wlll be taken
Dollars for tbe purpose of increasing or_ the said proposed bylaw on the
the capacity of the Ciiy Waterworks 25th day of August, 1909, between the
at such place or placi
,     ���  -     ,   ,, ���,..,,       ,       sent of the electors of tb. said   CUy  cll of t)l    sald rjornor- ' Uun"
by the ^n'clpal Co.mc.   of tlr- C ty ,���  tho Inan_-r riqnh^  by  law. time to time apJXt
of New Westminster one month from      RecelTOd thf) a8?en< of the^electorfl prova|  cf ^  gg���J
on the day of.
Reconsld.-red and
open Council the. . .
1909.
1909.
finally  passed
...day Of	
in
shall   have attached
the
shall
"in
w '' 'lie ap.
thereof
.   an _
for the payment oi  Inte
rate of five per centum   ��� .   .���'������'
amount   thereof     ,
be paya le half ���.    y ,.;i ^
levied on the whole rateable pioperty interest on the debentures proposed
of the City of New W'eslniinste.; to be issued under this By-Law, a_d
And, Whereas, the whole rateable for creating a sinking fund for the pay-
property Cf the said City, according ment of the said debentures when due,
to the last revised assessment roll it will be necessary to raise by special
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hun- rates, in addition to ail other rates,
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four each year during the currency of th.
Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,.91,44..- said   debentures,   the   sum   of    Three
irs of nine o'clock a.m. and five lint  the  following places, namely:
. Council Chamber, civic building:
. Fire Hall,    Sapperton;    and the
Storehouse,      Eleventh
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
July   22nd,   1909.
no
ni ,
Th
thi
Waterworks
sireet.
Citv   Hal
00) Dollars.
Aud, Whereas, the total amount or
the existing debenture debt of the
said City is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irrespective of the sum of Three Hundred
Hundred   and  Fifty-three   and  19-100
($353.19)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
said vearly sum of Three Hundred and
Fifty-three and 19-10(1 ($���f>:i.l9) Dollars an equal special rate on the dollar will  lie required to be levied on
and   Ninety-four   Thousand   ($394,000.- the  whole    rateable    property  of the
00,'  Dollars proposed to be raised un- City of New Westminster.
System,
Whereas, it is expedient to construct an additional Main Pipe Line
for the City Waterworks System from
Coquitlam Lake to the Queen's Park
Reservoir, and also from the Reservoir to the City limits cm Lulu Island,
and for that purpose to expend the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand  ($234,000-00) Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears that if the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-
Four Thousand ($2:14.00) Dolliu-s
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 	
such    excessive    taxation   should    be
avoided, and the said sum should be i    A By-law to enable the Council oi
raised  on   the credit of the  Corpora-  the City of New Westminster .o raise
Hon,   and  tbat  debentures should   be by loan the sum of Thirty  Thousand   ",'"lt
fr,^   thnt   nmonnt lt'liiii.iiin.i,     n^.i��.,..    r-.    n.       ..............   " ���
City Clerk
first of January and  thi      ', ,,.,',
Mayor.  July, |��� each and evi
_.nl__       ��-__�����.   _.-.*_      _���!.-  li "''     '
NOTICE.
Tak..   notice   that   ibe   above
copy
'' 1 by the
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909.
Is a
true copy of tlu- proposed By-Law
which will be taken Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of .New Westminster one month rrom
the dine of the first publication than
of iii the "Dally Lews" and
Columbian'
[nil.lication tock plac < n the 22ud
day of July 19n9, and that a vote "r
the electors of the City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on tho
25th 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;
tlie Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks      Storehouse,      Eleventh
said  coupons shall
said  Mayor.
���I.    A ' special    rate
Shall    bo   levied   and    I
W. A
der the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," ihe "Waterworks Debenture By
law 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,' the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," ol
which none of the principal or interest is  In  arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal L'oun-
And,
City   Hall,   July
DUNCAN.
CUy Clerk.
22nd.   1909.
cll of tbe Corporation of the City ot said Cltj  is One Million,    Two Hun
New Westminster enacts as follows:     died   and   Nineteen   Thousand,     One
1.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   irre
of tbe said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
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 stim
of Four  Thousand   ($4000.00)   Dollars
1:109," the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-iaw 1909," the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "City
and to cause the same to be Paid into r,,.ol Debenture By-law 1909," of
the Treasury of the said City for the  which  none of the principal or lnter-
issued for that amount. ($30,000.00)   Dollars   for  the   purpose
And, Whereas, for the payment of of granCng the same to the Royal
Whereas the whole rateable Merest on the debentures proposed Columbian Hospital,
property of tbe'said City, according *�� be ist,ued u?d,er ��'.is By-Law, and Whereas, it is expedient to grant
lo the'last revised assessment roll for creating a sinking fund for the pay- the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30.-
thereof Is Five Millions Three Hun- ment of tlK"' sald debentures whendue, 000.00) Dollars for the purpose of as-
dred and Ninetv-One Thousand Four lt Wl11 be necessary to raise by spec al sisting in the erection of a new build-
Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5 391445.-   ''ateS-   in   addition to  all  other rates,  ing  for  the  Royal  Columbian  Hospit-
each year during the currency of the al in this City.
said debentures, the sum of Thirtven     And Whereas, It appears 'hat if the
Thousand,   Seven   Hundred   and   Sev-  sum of    Thirty Thousand  ($30,1100.00)
enty-Four and 52-100 ($13,774.52) Dol- Dollars   be   appropriated    from    the
lal"s. general  revenue  of  the  City   for  the
And, Whereas, in order to raise the cunvnt year the rale of taxation will  t|le City of New Westminster io
spective of the -nm of Three Hundred sai(1 5'earIv Sum ��f Thirteen Thousand be excessive, and it is expedient that by loan the sum of One Hundred and
and Ninety-Two Thousand   ($392,000.- ?_Y__ H'indiyd and Seventy-Four and such    excessive    taxation   should    he Fou,-  Thousand   ($in.j,iioo.ooj   J1'   '
00) Dollars proposed to be raised under   the   "Hospital   Debenture   By-law
'   each
year,  in addition  to al]    -     '
on  all   rateable  propei .,  ,.,,.'
sufficient to  pay  the  .     -   ���",, Y
.. ���     debentures, and  to create , ilakZ
 ,    Daiiy f'"ul for lhe Paymenl , 3fi|
newspapers,   which   frst  <oer,-of when due, siil... ,, -,
or enactment respecting ._.,;_.,;,.
5.   Subject as aforesaid ���      .    (
be  raised  annually   by    .,._. raieS
as  aforesaid,  during  tin   currency ol
the said  debentures,  tb,
Thousand   Two     Hundri I  ($5,2
Dollars  tor the payment in Interest
thereon, and the sum   of   Nm.. Hundred   and  Twenty-two   ($922.0ii| Dol-
lars to provide for the repayment ot
the principal.
fi. The proceeds of the sub. 0f t��e
said debentures shall be app .1 __
follows, and not otherwise: i warm
paying the cost of the Pa- ng or
this By-law and the issue and sal.
of the debentures  therein referr, _ to.
7.    Tbis By-law shall take effe
00) Dollars
And.  Whereas, the total amount or
the   existing    debenture   debt  of   the
Street Improvement Debenture By-Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the
Council or
raise
Citv Clerk.
Mayor,
purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentur.-s
to be made, ,pot exceeding In the
whole   the   sum   of.. Four    Thousand
est Is In  arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Conn-
ell of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
($4000.00) Dollars, for such sums ot of the said City to mise by way of
money ns may be required, not less loan from any person or persons, 'body
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent or bodies corporate, who may be wlli-
expTessed in pounds sterling of the ing to advance the same on the credit
United Kingdom of Great Britain and 0f the debentures, hereinafter men-
Ireland, at a value of 4.806 to the tioned, arv sum or sums of money,
pound sterling; and all such debent- not exceeding in the whole the sum
ures shall ibe sealed with the Seal of- Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars
of the Corporation signed by the and to cause the same to be paid Into
Mayor and countersigned by the. the Treasury of the said City for the
Treasurer thereof, or by such oth.r purposes mentioned herein.
person or persons as may be there- 2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
unto lawfully authorized. to cause any number of debentures
3. Tbe said debentures shall be io he made, not exceeding in the
payable on the first day of July 1959, whole the sum of
at such place or places as the Coun- ($6000.00) Dollars, for
cll of the said Corporation may from money as may be required, not less
time to time appoint, with the ap- than $100.00 each, or nn equivalent
proval of the holders thereof, and expressed ln pounds sterling of the
shall have attached to tbem coupons United Kingdom of Great Britain and
for the payment -jf Inierest at the Ireland, at a value of 4.806 to the
rate of five per centum per annum on pound sterling;  and all such debent
i. i ms dj-i-w snau iaKe effect e;
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "Street Improvem*
j Debenture  By-law.   1909."
8.   This  By-law   before    tbe    flat
passing thereof, shall  receive th-assent of the elector, of th , said City
In   the  manner required  bv  fan
Received the assent of thi   i     tort
.  . . on the day of. ..      .., ,2909
52-100 ($13,774.52)    Dollars   an equal avoided, and the said _mii should be f()r Street Improvements. Reconsidered and finally passed ia
special rate on the dollar will be re- raised on  the credit of the Corpora-     Whenas, certain sums of money have open Council tbe...
quired to be levied on the whole rate- tlon,  and  that  debentures  should   be this  year  been  expended  oui   of  the 1909.
able    property- of   the   City  of   New Issued for that amount. generA|   revenue  of   I'v   Ct'y   for   the
Westminster; And,   Whereas,  for  the  payment or construction,  lmprovem.ni  and   repair
And, Whereas, the whole rateable interest on the debentures propos.-d of certain streets and sidewalks, and;
property of tbe said City, according to be issued under this By-Law, and it Is expedient that certain additional
to the last revised assessment roll for creating a sinking fund for the pay- sum's be Spent In like manner, amount-
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hun- ment of the said debentures when due ing in all (with sums already so
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four it will be necessary to raise by special' spent) to the sum of On,. Hundred I
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.- rates, in addition to all other rates, and Four Thousand ($104,oou.uo. Dol-
00)   Dollars. each year during the currency of tha  lars.
And. Whereas, the total amount or sal,] debentures, the sum of Seventeen And Whereas, It appears thai If the
the existing debenture debt of the Hundred and Sixty-Five and 90-100 sum of One Hundred and Four Thou-
said   City is  One  Million,    Two Hun-   ($1765.96) Dollars. sand   ($104,000.00)   Dollars    be  appro-
dred and Nineteen Thousand, One And, Whereas, in order to raise the printed from tlie general revenue
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre- said yearly sum of Seventeen Hun- Of the Ciiy for tbe current
spective of the sum of One Hundred dred and Sixty-Five and 96-100 vear the rato of taxation will
and Sixty-Four Thousand ($104,000.- ($1705.901 Dollars an equal special rate be excessive, and it is expedient that
00) Dollars pronosed to be ralsp<i un- on the dollar will be required to be such excessive taxation should be
der the "Hospital Debenture By-law levied on the whole rateabl,. property avoided, and the said sum should be
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture B.-- of the City of New Westminster; raised on  tlie credit of the Corpora-
law   1909,"   the  "Street   Improvement      And,   Whereas,   the   whole  rateable  tlon,  and   that  debentures  should   be
By-law  1909,      the    "Incinerator De- property  of tlie  said   City   according issued for that amount
benture  By-law  1909.'' and 'he  "City to   the   last   revised   assessment    roll      And,  Whereas, for the
thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.-
00) Dollars,
And. Whereas, the totnl amount or It will be
the   existing    debenture  debt  of  the rates,  in
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," or
which none of the principal or Inter-
Six Thousand Mtls '" arr;ars- , , ,
such sums of Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as fellows:
1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor said City is One Million,    Two Hun
of  the  said  City  io raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, il od,
dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    One
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars  Irre-
payment of
interest on the debentures promised
to be Issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures when due,
necessary to raise by special
addition to al] other rates,
each year during the currency of the
and debentures, the sum of Six Thousand  One  Hundred  and   Twenty-two
NOTICE.
Take  notice  that   the a
true  copy of  the    propose.   By-law
which will be taken Into i   . literal a
by the Municipal Council of the City
Of New  Westminster  Jn,   monu. trom
the date of the -irst publii ition t. re-
of in   the "Dally   News"  and    ���   i
Columbian"    newspapers,  which first
pui.lication   took   place on th-  22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a   .te of
the electors of tb.  city will be taker
on the said   proposed        iw on th*
25th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five !>���
m., at  the  follow.ng placi , namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire  Hall,    Sapperton;    and the
Waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh
Street,
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citj Olerk
City   Hall,   July   22nd,   1909
or bodies corporate, who may be will-  spective of the sum of Three Hundr, d   ($0,122.00)   Dollars
the  amount   thereof,    which  Interest  ures  shall ibe sealed with  the
shall  be payable half yearly on  tbo of  tbe    Corporation    signed  by
Seal inS to advance the same on the credit
first of January and the first day at
July, in each and every year, and tlie
said coupons shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate em the dollar
shall bo levied and raised in eadi
5_ar, in Addition to all other rates
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the lnteresi on the
debentures,  and  to create a Blnklng
tbe
Mayor and countersigned by tha
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be ther,..
unto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1959.
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time lo time appoint, with the approval of the holders    thereof,    and
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sum. of money,
not exceeding in ilie whole the sum
of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand   ($234,imio)   Dollars,  ami   to
and   Sixty-Eight   Thousand   ($36..000.:      And, Whereas, jn order to raise the _,
00)  Dollars proi">s d to be raised un- said yearly sum of Six Thousand One t0""nllla street
fund for the payment of the principal shall bave attached to them coupons
thereof when due, subject  in any Act for   the   payment  of  Interest    at   the
or enactment respecting the same. rate of five per. cent um per annum on
5.   Subject as aforesaid, there shall the  anjouni   thereof,    which  Interest
der the "Hospital Debenture By-law Hundred and Twenty-two ($0,122.00)
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By- Dollars an equal special rate on
law 1909," the "Street Improvement the dollar will be required to be
By-law 1909," the 'Incinerator De- levied on the whole rateable property
cause the same to- be paid into benture By-law 1909," and the "Citv of ihe City of New Westminster'
the Treasury of the ��aid City for the Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," ot And. Whereas, the whole rateable
purposes mentioned herein. which none of the principal or inter- property of the  said  Ciiy   according
2.    it shall be lawful for the Mayor est. is in arrears. to  the  last  revised   assessment   roll
to cause any number of debentur- ��� Now then-fore the Municipal Coun- thereof, Is Five Millions Thre,. Hun-
to be made, not exceeding in the cll of the Corporation of the Cty of dred and Ninety-One Tli'oiisnnd Four
whole the sum of Two Hundred and New WestmlnBter enacts as follows: Hundied and Forty-_-"e ($6391446.
Thlrty-Four      Thousand        ($234,000)       1.    ll shall be lawful for the Mayor 00)   Dollars.
The following is a ii.. - ' th, streets
and amount to be expended on ���"'ll
under the provisions of Hi s '':
Improvement Debenture Bylaw, 1909."
lassain pavement    J 54,91-
Columbla street, Gllland 1
be   raised   .���inniinllv   bv   si-eclal   rates
as aforesaid,  during the currency  of
the said
Hundred
paym.-T
sum of
($35.46)
th'e
um of Two
iv,,- the
and  thr
46 100
for   the
(In'iet'tlir. 'B
($200.00)      Dollars
of   Interest   thereon.
Thirty Five     and
Dollars   to   provide
repayment  of the princlp.-tl
o. Tin. proceeds of the snie or th��
snld debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise": Towards
paylnK th- cost o'' the passing of
this By-law nnd the Issue and sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7.    This Bylaw shall take effect on
I114' be payable half yearly on uhe
ir t of January and the first day of
uiy, In viieh nnd .very year, and live
aid coupon..: shall I,,- sighed by lhe
aid Mayor.
I. A special rate On He do,In:
hall be levied and nilsod n each
���������ar. lu a.ddlilon lo all other rates
on -ill rateable property of the CUy,
sufficient to pay the lnteresi on Ihe
debentures, and lo oreate a Blnklng
fund for ihe payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting tbo same.
5.    Subject as aforesaid,  ther_ shall
Thousand
Dollars,    for    such    sums    of   money  of  the  said  City  to  raise  by  way of
as    may     be    required,    nol     less loan from any person or persons,   od
than $100.00 each,    or an equivalent or bodies corporate, who may be will-
expressed   in   pounds  sterling of  the in���; to advance ibe same on the cretin
United Kingdom of Greai Britain and of the debentures,    hereinafter men
Ireland,    at  a   ralue of 4.806  to  the  tioned, any  sum  or sums of  money,
pound  sieriinjv  and a]] such debent- nol  exceeding In  the uliolo thP sum
ures  Bhall   _e  sealed  with   the    Seal of Thirty Thousand   ($30,000.00)   Dol
of the    Corp..nn on    signed  by    the lars and to cans., the same to be paid
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may be   raised   annually   by  special   rates
Mayor and countersigned by ihe
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persona a- may be thereunto lawfully authorized,
3, The said debentures shall be
payable on tbe flrsl day of July 1959.
al such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint,    with the ap-
And, Whereas, the total amount or
the existing debentur,. de:,t .,f the
Baid City is One Million, Two Hun
dred and Nineteen Thousand one
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars Irre.
spective of tbe sum of Two Hundred
and Ninety-Four Thousand ($294,000-
00) Dollars proposed to be raised under ihe "Hospital Debenture Hy law
Info the rreasury of the said City for 1909," the "Waterworks Debentur'. Bv
the purposes mentioned herein. law  1909,"  the "Street   Improvement
2. Ii shall be lawful for the Mayor By-law 1909," the "Incinerator De-
to cause any number of debentures benture Hy-law 1909," and the "City
to be made, tm, exreedlng in the Gaol Debenture By-law 1909" of
whole the sum of Thirty Thousand which none of the principal or 'inter-
($30,000,001  Dollars. f���r such sums of ��t  is In  arrears P
n')ne\ulnlYy ',,e requlred- nnt Inss    ,Now therefore the Municipal Coun-
(ban  $100.00  each,    or  an   equivalent  cll of the Corporath
. or  an   equivalent  rn or  rile Corporation of the Citv of
be cited   as  the  "Advertising By-law ns  aforesaid,  during i|,e currency of proval  of the holders    thereof,    and expressed   In  pounds  sterling of tho New Westminster enacts a., follows
1909." the snld debentures, the Sum of Three Shall   have attached   to  them  coupons  UnlNd  Kingdom of Groat Britain and      1.    It shall be lawful for'the M-ivor
8.    This   Bylaw   before    the    final  Hundred    ($300.00)    Dollars    for    the for  the   paymenl   of  interest    at  the  Ireland,    at  a  value   of  4.866   to  the  of the  snld'City to raise  bv   wa    of
passing thereof, shal]  receive the as- payment of interest thereon   and  the tate of five per centum per annum on  pound  sterling;  and noi  such debent- loan from any person or n-rsons lhn_
sent of the electors of the said City  sum of Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($53.19)  "'e   amount   thereof,    which   interest ures  shall ibe  sealed  with  tbe    Seal or bodies corporate  who n_v hn will'
ln  the. manner required  by law. iDollars to provide for the repayment shall   he  payable half yearly  on   Uhe of the    Corporation    signed  by    the Ing to advnnce th�� same on" the credit
Received the assent of tbe electors 0f the principal.                                        first of January and  tbe first day of Mayor    and    couniersigned    by    tne. of the  debentures     herelnnf,^  mlY
on lhe dav of '""" ''        -*- ~' '"      '"  ~* *"""   '"'"'   '" '���"""' ""'   ��������������������������� - '  "���������  'i-___i_>,-  (-��.-,,���* ...    ......    .,  '' ,Ui"   men
.1909.
Reconsidered nnd finally passed
op*n Council the day of	
1909.
In
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Tak.. notice  that  the  above  is  a
true copv of the    proposed    By-law
which will be take,, into consideration
mil  	
Front  street	
Agnes  street   	
Dufferin   Btreet   ...
McKenzie street  ...
Lorne 91 reet	
First street   	
Second streel  	
Third  sireet	
Fourth  street   	
Fifth  streei   	
Seventh street	
Eighth sireet	
Nanaimo sl reel . ...
Twelfth streei   ...  .
Thirteenth sir.ei ...
Fourteenth strei t
Hamilton Btreet   ...
Dublin Btreei  	
Edlnl urgh stre -1, ...
London  street  ��� ���
Tenth streel   	
Alberta street  	
Coburg sireet.	
Lelth streel  	
Royal avenue	
Queen's avenue	
Fifth  avenue   	
Fourth avenue ...   .
Sixth avenue	
Seventh avenue ...   .
Eighth avenue	
Third avenue	
Tenth avenue	
Hospital street, Illalr
clinnan  avenue  ...
Streots  generally   .. .
1,699
600
3,01)9
35O
|00
.400
500
2,400
,,...!
10
10
111"'
I
100
100
���l
. ,oo
1,000
2,590
1,599
1,509
1,4��0
_	
ind Bu-
Total
jl 14,000
6. The proceeds of Iho sale of the July, in each and every year, and tb-.vTreasurer thereof, or by such other tioned, nnv sum or sum., of monev
said debentures shall bP applied as said coupons shall be signed by tbe person or persons as may be there- not exceeding In tbe wholo the ��mr-
fol.ows, and not otherwise: Towards said Mayor. jUnto lawfully authorized. of One Hundred and Four Thoim'.nd
paying the  cost of  che    pass'ng    or   .4.   A    special    rate on ihe  dollar!    3.   The    snld   debentures sha.ll  he ($104,000,000)   Dollars    and   to  _____
this   Hy-law  and   the  Issue and  aale ��hall   .he   levied   and   raised   In   each payable on the first, day of .ln]v 1959, thP same to be paid Into the Trcisurv 	
of the debentures therein referred to. Jwar,  in  addition  to all  oilier rates, at such place or places as the Coun- of the snld City for the _wrnose��i__n      In. innrQ.nP  __ho_ilir.   R.
7. This By-law shall lake effect on  on  all  rateable  property of  ibe  City,  cil of the said Corporation  mav from tioned   herein. IIILIIIbl UlUI   UoUBIIIHI-   "J
the 25th. day of August 1909. and mav Sufficient to  pay the interest on  the time  to  time appoint,    with  the  ap-.    2.    It shall be lawful for the Mivnr 1 mnn
City Jail Debenture debentures,  and   to creat,,  a Sinking proval  of tbe holders    thereof,    and to  cause  any  number of  debentures LflW.   I"U".
tbem coupons  to   be   made,    not  exceeding  m   the
j ,111111
4,600
be cited as  il
By-law, 1909."
S.    This   By-law  before    (he    final
pass'ng thereof,  shall  receive the as-
and   to  creat,   a slnk!ng proval  of
fund for the payment of the principal shall havo
the holders
attached  to
thereof when due, subject to any Act  for   the   payment of  Interest    at   the  whole  the
by the Municipal Council of the City aent of the electors of the said City
or enactment respecting the same.
Subject as aforesaid, there shal
of New Westminster one month from
the date of th., first publication th re
of ln the "Drlv News" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, whicb first
publication took place on the 22nd.
rla*- of July 1909, and that a vote of
the eleciors of tbe '"'ity wl'l lv taken
on tne said proposed bylaw on the
25th duy of August, 1909, between the
In   the   manner required   bv   111
Received the nssent of the electors
on the day of 1909,
Reconsidered  and  finally  passe]  ]���
onen  Council the
1909.
City Clerk.
ns aforesaid, during the currency of
lb,, snld debentures, the sum of
Eleven     Thousand     Seven     Hundred
day of    ($11,700)   Dollars for the payment  of
i'llerest  tbeireon. and the sum of Two
Thousand   and   Seventy-Four  and   52-
100   ($?074-52l   Dollars  lo  provide  for
Mayor, tb,. i-ep.iym.-nt of the principal.
rate of rive per centum per annum on  Four Thousand   ($104.000 00)
the   amount   thereof,     which   Interest for   such    sums
y
first  nf January  and  the
of
! ���
nd
fi",n 9__9.n_ Hundred and      A By-law to enable the
>f Dollars th0 city of New Westminster
ie  r.ibvd  imii..ally  by special  rates simi:  br- pay.. i��� lalf yearfy on "tihe bw   requi-e_,~_ot   le_.��"h_n WO.00 hy '��iin t,1G S"m of Tw'"'
first day of each,    or   an    equivalent    expressed
July, in each and every year, and the  In    pounds,  sterling    of      the    Unit
snld  coupons  shall   be  signed  by the ed    Kingdom of    Great    Britain    nnd"
snld  Mayor. Irelnnd.    at  a  value  of  4.S6G  tn  th_
4.    A     special    rate  on   the   dollar  pound   sterling:   nnd  al,   such  debent"
shall   bo   levied   and   raised   In  each  ures  shall H.e  sealed  with  the    H__  _f        ,,
,n  action   to all  other  r:���e, of fhe    corporation    *& hy "g ���� �� XlXuI
mi-
year,   in   wmmon   '<>  7111   mner  n'tes, of  tbe
on all rateable property of the City, Mayor
($20,000.00)    Dollars   for   the   :
of  building  an   Incinerator
Wh-,.ra.s, lt Is expedient for
provemeni   of  sanitary  condltl n
the   Citv   that   a   public    tm
Rbouid he built for the deatrtict.ot   _
-nil        r,n���n,~*4,t���    *        .' mum      1 azu.1PIMI.IMM      1/1111.11.-.
and    countersigned    bv    inn       <    1 ..,, ..
ou     uy    tne      ^,1(] whereas, It. appears
that il
tlu Tue.uAY, august io, im
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE  S_V_.n
to l hav
"i-   of   Kees   island,
, "-' Anderson   group.    Dated
it.'' Applying   for   the
containing    Hi.   acres
r,mor- or less.
*'olded'na.h_. credit of the Corpora-(2,500,000  shares of
Jsed '',.  that  debentures should   b�� fully paid up
$1.00    each,   all
lion.
ibat amount.
���   ii point of dnv;.ion and
about  3uo feet,  tji
i   lan 1   lm. ml. l  *r,   he
(.)  The name of  the  lake, stream '
1-
ALBERT HUNT,
H.  FORD,  Agent.
���  ii.  1909.
STREET CAR   STRIKE   MAY
BE  AVERTED  IN  CHICAGO
MADE __. CANADA
sand One Hwidred
,,,,,,1 ,$1177.30)   Dollars.
vivas, In order to raise tne oubjc feet J;t.- second.
Y-' I sum of One Thousand One
��,u '.'mil Seventy-seven and 30-100
B^.^llarlanequal special rate
'.L dollar will be required to be
fDi, ���n the whole rateable property
. _ City of New Westminster;
alZ Whereas, the whole rateable
,tv of the -said  City, according
(d). The quantity of water applied or below   ���
for   (in cubic    feet per  second,,   I6u(Vancouver, B. C.
B.  F   Dickins, |ls.lnnd-     Daied. June 6th, 1909.    Ap
plying for the whole island   contain-
'""    pan   ol   tb,..     Memorandum   of |,Ilg 60 acres more or lei
Chicago, Aug. 9.���The Indications
today are thai there will be no strike
of street car employees In Chicago, it
is said today that a settlement ol
differences that tbreatned a widespread walkout are likely to be settled by night. An offer, according tb
reliable Information, for a wage based
on employees' length of service wlll
be made by PreBldent Mitten, of th-
ChlcagO City Hailway company.
The controversy will probably be ad.
justed wlthoui resort to outside arbitration. Employees are opposed to ar.
bitration and rather than accept It,
they will agree to any proposition
coming from the companies dii-.-ct.
(e). The    character  of    the    pro- Association  ol  tbe  Companv    which
posed works is the diversion of said  authorized   the   proposed   application
P'.hp'last revised assessment roi
10 . |e Five Millions, Three Hun-
_!___Ninety-One Thousand. Four
{&�� and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445.-
Mt Dollars.
And  Whereas, the total amount of
,h' existing    debenture debt of  the
,a nity  is One Million,    Two Hun-
!w_an'l' Nineteen Thousand One Hun-
!L(.l 219,100.00) dollars Irrespective
��Y. .   sum  of  Three   Hundred   and
ljtt] E3ght     Thousand     ($378,000,
;;     . ars proposed to be raised un-
Z ,,���  -Hospital   Debenture   Uy aw
.01.9" the "Waterworks Debenture By
l��w'l909" the "Street improvement
Bylaw 1909," the "Incinerator De-
Suture By-law 1909." and the Y'lty
C-iq] Dob- nture By-law 1909,' ot
vblcb none of the principal or inter-
, is in arrears.
N,.w therefore the Municipal Council ol the Corporation of the City of
New WestmlnBter enacts as follows:
ZlZZ^r^^^ J"*" '" ^ont 2200 feet
loan from any person or persons, ibod,-1    'J'    ll!<-  ���-'������ ���.    -    <'������"���*-    ���������
and  works, reads as follows:
(3)    The    objects  for    which    tbe
''"������ is established and to which
o!.j'-. if the Company are restricted
are ti,. acquisition of water and water
powei by records of unrecorded water or by the purchase of water records or water privileges for ia) Con-
creek by means of dam, ditch, Hum
natural waterways, tunnels and pip -,
and the establishment in connection
i therewith of a water power plant for
the generation of electricity for mechanical, industrial and commercial
purposes and particularly [n the operation of motors, machinery, electric
llghiug,   tramways    and  other  works |structing   operating  and   maintaining
for which such light, heat and power elect ii.   works,  power  houses,   gener-
are suitable and available. |atlng plant and such other appliances
(f.i. The    premises    on  which  tne |an(i conveniences as    are necessary
water is to be used is    to   generate and |,n i"T flJr the generating of elec-
eleeirlc power, light    and    heal    for tricity, or electric power, or any other
traction,   lighting,     heating,   manufac- form  "f   developed   power,    and     for
.   luring .and all and every Industrial or transmitting the same to l���- used by
(other   purposes   to   which   it may   be vn0 Company or by  persons  or com-
".applied, panies contracting with the company
j    li.)  if the water is to be used  for therefor,  -as a  motive  power for the
power or   mining    purposes describe operating  of  motors,    machinery   or
the place where the water ls to be re- electric lighting or other works or to
turned  to some natural  channel, andltle applied   by  the  Company   t.i con-
the    difference    in    altitude between  Bumers  for heating or as a    motive
point of    diversion and  point of    re-1P��wer for propelling tramways, Or for
turn.      The  water Is to  be  returned driving,    hauling,    lifting,    pumping.
to   the   .North   Arm  of  Burrard  Inlet Noting,  crushing,    smelting,  drilling
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June Cti.  1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice tbat James Watson, ot
Vancouver, B, C, occupation, farmer,
intends to apply for permission to pur-
Cha .   the  following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the northeast shore of Owl island.
bated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the whole island, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JAMES  W'ATSO.n,
Per  S.   H.  FORD. Agent.
Dated  June Oth,  1909.
at  or near the  place  where the pres-!'���''   milling or  for  any  other opera- P-PPOing;  lor  th.
ent   power  house  of  the  applicant   Is  tl0"8  "'  whicn "  ma>' be adapted or  talning  60 acres
situated.      The    different    of elt-va-1to be us"d or supplir-J for or in con
tion  between point of diversion   aud |n<,ctlon  wlth any olller  Purposes for
which  electricity    or    elec'rle    power
in-
who may be will-!tended to be occupied by the proposed
credit'works  will  not exceed SO  acres.
(k). This notice was posted on the
13th, 14th 16th 19th da/ of July,
1909, and application will be mad,- to
the Commissioner on the 20th day of
August, 1909.
The part of the memorandum or
asosciailou   of   the    company    which
ippllcation
and  works, reads as follows:
CD. The    objects   for     which     the
company   is established and  to which
objects    the company    are    restricted
���:.,:. i at may be required, not less (are   the    acquisition  of    water    and
than $100.00 each,    or  an  equivalent j water  power  by  records Of unrecord-
exprewed in pounds   sterling  of  theied   water or   by     the    purchase     ot
or bodies corporate,
lng to advance the same on the
o. tin- debentures,    hereinafter  mentioned, anv  sum  or   sums  of   money,
n'o,' exceeding In  ihe  whole the sum
of Twenty Thousand ($20,000.00) Dollars anil io cause the same u> be pahl
into the Treasury of the said City for
the purposes mentioned  herein.
2. It shall be lawful for tlie Mayor |authorizes the    proposed
to caus. any number of  debentures
to be made,    not  exceeding   in   the
whole the sum of  Twenty  Thousand
(iv ,00) (Dollars for such sums of
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debenture. Bhall be Bealed   with  the    Seal
or    water    privileges
water   records
for
(a).    Constructing,    operating    and
maintaining   electric     works,     power
of the   Corporation    signed  by    the I houses,  generating   plant    and    such
Mayor   and   couniersigned     by     the other appliances and conveniences as
are   necesasry   and    proper   for    the j [Seal of  the Vancouver Power Co'y.,
'   Ltd.]
Treasurer thereof,  or   by   ��uch  other
person or persona as   may   be   there-
nnlo lawfully authorized.
3.  Tho   sold debentures shall  be
V&.-i.U- on the fiv: day of July 1959,
may ;|.e applied or required, (g) For
,rendering water and water power
available for use, application and dls-
jtribution by erecting dams, Increasing
the head of water in any existing
body Of water, or extending the area
! thereof, diverting the waters of any
stream, pond or lake into any other
channel or channels, laying or erecting any line or flume, pipe or wire
constructing any raceways, reservoir,
aqueduct weir, wheel, building, or
other -erection or work which may be
required In connection with the improvement and use of the said water
and water power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or maintaining any such works,
or any part thereof.
VANCOUVER   POWER   COY.,   LTD.
I Signature)   F.   H.   W.   Hope,    A.  E.
Beck,  Directors.
J. V, Armstrong, Secretary.
P. O. Address. Vancouver, BO.
District of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
intends to apply for permission to pur-
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
chase the following described  lands:
Commencing  at  a  post  planted  in
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island,  the largest  island  in   the  In
dlan   group.      Dated  June fith,  1909.
Applying   for the   whole  island,  con-
more or less.
BERGETA ANDERSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 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 post planted ln
a small bay on north shore of Bend
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Par S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
generating of electricity    or   electric
power,  or    any    othe   form    of    developed   power,  and   for  transmitting
the same to be used by the company
at such place or places as the Couu-jor by persons or companies contracted of the said Corporation may from I ing   with   the    company   therefor,   as
time to time appoint,    with   tbe  ap- a motive power for the operating of
proval of the holders thereof, aira
shal) have attached to them coupons
for the payment of interest    at  the
rale of five per centum per annum on
LAND   ACTS.
motors,  machinery,  or   electric  light-1
lug or other works, or to be supplied
by   the   company   to   consumers     for
beating or as a motive power for profile amount thereof,     w;hlch   interest polling   tramways,    or    for    driving,
shall be paya'le half yearly   on  Uhe hauling,    lifting,    pumping,   lighting,
first of January and the first day of crushing,  smelting,  drilling  and mill-
July. In each and every year, and th.
said eon [ions shall  be signed  by the
said Mayor.
4,  A   special    rate on  the  dollar
ing or for any other operations to
which it may be adapted or to be
used or supplied for or In connection
with any other purposes for which
shall be levied and raised in each [electricity or electric power may be
year. In addition to all other rates, j applied or required.
on all rateable property of the City, i (g). For rendering water and
sufficient to  pay  the   inter,st   on  the:water  power available  for  use, appll
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
ands:
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
fanner, Intends to apply for permission to purchase '.he following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib lsiand. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying fe_ the
whole island, containing 90 acres
more  or  less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 6th. 1909.
Russell   Hotel.
D, C.  Black, Vancouver.
S. D. Ab'-ll, Toronto.
T.   N.   Hlbben,   Victoria.
Alex Wallace, Vancouver.
.1.  P.  Thompson,  Vancouver.
R.  C,  Spinks, Vancouver.
David  Star,- Jordan, Palo Alto
Mrs, Jordan, Palo Alto, Cai.
E. E.  Prince, Ottawa.
Herbert   R.  Stolz,  Ottawa.
Knight S. Jordan, Palo Alto, Cai
CREAM
J^i-_ IJ%i_fi.te
CHEMICALLY PURE
Canadian  Government tert:
show  we have the purest,
and highest strength good;:.
GBIett's  i3  used  by  the
best Bakers and Caterers
everywhere.    Costs no
more than tho inferior
adulterated Iiinds.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto. Ont.
Cai.
Salmon Continue
I Plentiful in River
Windsor Hotel.
Mrs. Goble, Bellingham.
C.   Harvey,  Vancouver.
Con.   Jt-nkin,   Vancouver.
Mrs.  R. Jones, Vancouver.
A.  Bellamy, Vancouver.
Ed.  L.  Marshall, Vancouver.
Alex. Ross, Vancouver.
Mr. and Mrs. Irving, Toronto Easi,
Ont.
Robt. Mahood, Golden.
M. McPhail. Olympia. Wash.
New Westminster   Land   District,  District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
.Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    in-
Commencing at a post planted in a i tends to apply for permission to pur-
mall bay on north shore of Berry ls-jchase  the  following  described  lands:
land,  dated  June  4th,  1909.      Apply-      Commencing at  a  post planted  at
ng  for  the  whole island,  containing  Northeast  corner of lot 1469,  thence
100 acres more or less. south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
OLK BENJAMIN ANDERSON. thence north  to coast, thence follow-
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.      ing the coast line    to point  of corn-
Dated  June 4th, 1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
debentures, and to create a Blnklng oation and distribution by erecting Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, lady,
fund for ihe payment of the principal dams, increasing the head of water in intends to apply for permission to pur.
thereof, when due, subject lo any Act any   existing  body  of   water, or    ex-  c.iase the  following described  lands:
mencement.
WILFRID  DOUGALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated Julv 21st,  1909.
or enactm. nt respecting the same
5- Subject as aforesaid, ther, shall
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, tie sum of One
Thousand ($1,00000) Dollars for the
payment of Interest thereon and the
sum of One Hundred and Seventy-
Beven and 30-100 ($177.30) Dollars to
provld,. for the repayment of th�� Pr'n-
clpal.
6. The proceeds of the sale of the
��aid debentures shall b�� applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the Passing or
this By-law and the issue and sale
of the .��!>��.nttiros therein Teferr_d to.
"��� This By law shall Uke effect on
th,. _:,,h. ,iay of August 1909, and may
���* Hind -^ th,. -Incinerator Debenture
By-law, 1909.-'
s This By-law before the tH��al
Passlnp thereof, shall  receive the *"-
��t Of tbe elocton. of tt. said  City
In  the
manner required  by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on "hf" day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed ln
open Council the day of	
City Clerk,
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Tak,. notice that the above is a
5hf v����py of tl'* Proposed By-law
wnioh will be taken into consideration
��J the Municipal Council of the CUy
���oi New Westminster one month from
"to date of the first publication there
�� In the "Dally News" and "Ualy
^oimihlan" newspapers, which first
put -lication took plac* on the 22nd-
"*-��� Of .Inly i909i and that      vote or
;'" electors of th_ city will be taken
���'_>.We said proposed bylaw on the
-���>'- day ,,f August, 1909, between the
",   .V>..nlne ��'clock ��-m- and five P-
Th  '. following places, hame'.y:
">��� Council Chamber   .Ivi*. hiilldln_:
tending the area thereof, diverting
the waters of any stream, pound or
lake into any other channel or channels, laying or erecting any line or
flume, pipe or wlre constructing any
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir,
wheel, building or other erection or
work, which may be required In connection with the improvement and
use of the said water and water-
power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or
maintaining any such works or any
part thweo..
VANOOUVER POWER CO., LTD.
Signatures: F. H. W. Hope, A. E.
Beck, directors, J. V. Armstrong, soc-
reUry.
P.   O.  Address,   Vancouver,   I).  C.
[Seal of Vancouved Power Co., Ltd.)
Commencing  at a  post  planted on
the north shore of KlaoUsis island,
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New
Westminster  district.
Whereas  proof of the loss of certi-
,..      ,      ���,,i      ,   T���m��,.  isl-iid   flcate of title number 1757a, issued in
Da ._ SSf 6th? 1909. TpTylig^r I the name of William Oieson, has been
the  whole  island,    40  acres   more or
ess.
DORA  ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent
Dated  June 6th, 1909.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under I'art V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license  ln  the  New  Westminster  Dl
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commenc'.ng at a ix'st planted in
bay at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing  200  acres  more or less.
JOHN OLSBN,
Per  S.  H.   KORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
died In this offlce.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
I at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in tlie meantime valid objection be
made to me in writing.
W. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
I-ind   ReglBtry   Offlce,     New   Westminster. B. C, August 2, 1909.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
District of Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Ralph JacobBon,
vision* of" New Westminster District, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, far-
la) The name address and occupa mer, Intends to apply for permission
tion of tb. applicant is the Vancou to purchase the following described
ver Power Company, Limited, having lands:
Its head office at the City ot Vancou-      "���-
Commencing at  a post  planted on
ver British Columbia, and having a, the southeast shore in a small bay on
capital of $2,500,000 divided into 2,- Compton island. Dated June 4th,
500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all fully 1909.     Applying for the whole island,
paid up- (b) The name of the lake,
stream or source, MisMoet River,
North Arm, Burrard Inlet, (Indian
River), (c) The peint of diversion
ls situated about 12 miles from the
mouth of the river, (d) The quantity
of water applied for in cubic feet P^r
second,   800
I] Chamb-r, civic building;
Hall,    Sapperton;    and  the
��,,  ti-rworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
n.     , City Olerk.
���ty Hall. July  22nd   1909.
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agenl
Dated  June 4th, 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobs*-,
(e) The character m K Vancouver g. C-> occupation, car-
the proposed works, a wator J*"*rJ ipenter, intends to apply for permis-
plant for the generation of electrici. |glo__ w purcj,age the following de-
for merohanlcal, industrial and commercial purposes nnd particularly in
the operation of motors, machine.,
electic   Ugh-lng,     the   operation     ot
which
tramways and other works lor
such  light,  heat and  power are sut-
Tln-   pre
scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated, June 4th, 1909. Applying for
the whole island, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB  JACOBSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
able   and   available.       (f>
mlses  on   which  the  water  Is  to  ���>��
used Is situated at or near high tine
mark at  the mouth of the river.  (U
The purposes  for which  the water is
to b�� used is to generate electric B^w-
er, light and beat for traction, ngni-
\(.ti.._ i    _      ling  heating,   manufacturing and    ft" ,._.._,,���..-,	
1,1b-,, lB���herf>by given that an ap- and eVery Industrial or other purposes intends to apply for permission to
of ��i, . > bo ttmde und*r Pilrt v- to which It may be applied. (I) If purchase the following descrlbefl
a |W������   ,tw Act-  1903-" *<> obtaln  the water Is to be used for power- or ,ands.
��<nse    in  the    New Westminster mining   purposes  describe   the   place      Commencing  at  a  post  planted  in
WATER NOTICE.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that  Albert   Hunt,  or
Vancouver. B. C, occupation   farmer
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL  PIPE.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at 8:00 p.m., for supplying about 74,-
600 feet of steel pipe, with an inside
diameter of 24 inches, and about
16,000 feet of steel pipe with an inside diameter of 12 inches.
Specifications may be seen at the
City Clerk's offloe, City Hall, or at
the office of Messrs. Hermon & But-
well, Vancouver, B. C.
A deposit of an amount equal to
flve per cent, of the contract price
must be made with eaoh tender, by
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
July 10, 1909.
The time for receiving tenders as
above has been extended until August 16, at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that tihe
"Pitt River Lumlber Company, Limited," having applied to His Excellency the Governor-General ln Council
for the approval of a certain Bite for
the construction of certain booms
nnd booming grounds In the Pitt
River, in the District of New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, have deposited with tho Honora-
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Braoch oaco. IBS F Bt_ Wubiuuioii. IX C.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER
VICTORIA
ROUTE.
SEATTLE
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
louver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le   daily  except  Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver 1
.m., dally for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New Westminster every Tuesday,
Leaves New Westminst.-r on VVed
nesday.
(Continued from Page One.)
were reported at the canneries. From
|reports received at midnight it looked
j us if the average for today would be
I fully equal t<> that of yesterday.
The fishermen are now receiving
-only 10 cents per flsh, the 12 1-lie price
having gone out of effect at the close
| of the paist week.
The dally report of the Canners' as-
Isoclation for yesterday i_ as follows;
Daily Report.
Belllngham���Got a full supply ol
flsh from all  iwlnts.
Anucortes���Got 50,000 aoday, mostly
from Point Roberts, and 35,000 from
seiners yesterday. Seiners reported
making good catches.
Canadian Pacific.���Average .09.
Ewens���Average about 200.
St. Mungo���Average nearly IJ00.
Brunswick���Average  105.
Scottish Canadian���Average about
100.
Imperial���Average 80.
The Vancouver, British America
and Phoenix canneries reported that
there were no boats in at the time the
report was compiled.
Many   Nets   Lost.
The Cleeve cannerp reports the loss
of a net, license B & S 556.
The Cleeve cannery reports the loss
of a 1-3 net, license C. R. W. 3461,
6 40-50 mesh. The floats on net nn?
tarred, with four white floats (not
tarred) at the end branded A. I. C;
can buoy attached to net, marked G.
B,  W. -461.
One U fathoms net, license H. N.
2431, 6 40-45 mesh, floats marked as
above; can buoy marked H. N. 2431.
One 65 fathoms net, H. I. 2445, 5 40-50
mesh, floats marked as above; can
buoy marked H. I. 2445. One 10 fathom net, O. F. L. 2340, .6|40-50 mesh,
flats marked as above; can buoy O. F.
L. 2340. Also reports finding piece of
a net with 107 untarred floats marked
F   73
The Canadian Pacific cannery
reports that a boat anil net, Dominion
Canadian Pacific cannery reports th
or delivered flsh since July 31. A
new boat painted gray, aew sail and
gear, one net 6-45. hung for 3 tarred
lloats. some branded B. C.	
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14Ui
each month for Quaisino and way
ports; twentieth of each month tor
Ahcuset, Quaisino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVERNANAIMO ROUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. daily, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princ-Ss Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une IS and July 2.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
June 13 and July 3.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
June 14 and 27, aud every two weeks
thereafter.
FRASER  RIVER.
S.S. Beaver.
From   New   Westminster    Monday,
*VVdnesday and Friday at 8 a.m.
.'rom Chilliwack Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday at 7 a.m.
For   reservations   and   information
call or address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B.  FOBTER,
Asst. Gen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W.  TROUP,
General Superintendent  Victoria
ble tihe Minister of Public Works, at
Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a description of the site thereof, and have
also deposited a duplicate of each In
the offlce of the Registrar of Deeds
for the said District of New Westminster, in which district said works
are proposed to lie constructed. In accordance with the requirements ol
Section 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada. 1906.
Dated June 24, 1909.
WHITESIDE   _   EDMONDS,
Solicitors  for
Pitt River Lumber Co., Ltd.
Take notice that an application has
be%0 made to register Annie Ryder
as the owner in fee simple, under a
tax sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher
to Annie Ryder, bearing date tiie 13th
day of October, A. D., 1906 of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being in the d.strict of New
Westminster, in tie province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Loi 23, Bl<jck
1; Lots 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 4; Lots
1,  8,  9,  16  aud   17,  Block  6;   Lots  4,
5, 12, 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots 1, 8, 9,
16 and 17, Block 10; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16-
and 17, Block 12; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13 and
20, Block 13; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17,
Block 14; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17,
Block 16; Lots 4, 5, and 20, Block 17;
Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 18;  Lot
6, Block 21, al] subdivisions of Lot
203, Group 1. Lois L0, 11. 12, 13, 14
and 15. Block "K" subdivision of Lot
268, Group 1. Lots 24, 25, 26, 27, 31
and 32, Block 1; Lois 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,1s, 19 and 20,
Block 4; Lot 16, Block 5; Lots 1, 8, 9
16 and 17, Block 15; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13
and 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
203, Group 1. Lot 7, Block 4 ot
Lot 227, Group 1, Map 174.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest In the said land by viruia
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any Interest In
the said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of th�� "Land Registry Act,'' are re-
puired to contest the claim of the, tax
purchaser within twenty days from
the date of first publication of this
notice upon you, and in default of a
caveat or certificate of Us pendens
being filed within such period, or in
default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of the s'lid 1;lnd. an'l I shal1 register
Annie Ryder as owner thereof in tee.
And I hereby order that publication
of this notice for twenty days' in a
daily newspaper published 'n New
Westml. -ter will be good and sufficient aervlie thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Offloe,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 4th day of August, A.
D., 1909.
W. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Chnrlotto Cooper, James Anderson Uildlaw, J, Laldlaw Estate,
G.orge F. Wells, William Marchant
Smith, Edward James Thaln.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE DAILE NEWS.
TUESDAY,  AUGUST
1 ��, mw.
Something
Special
Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
and to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
| i ���
GEO. ADAMS, Prop
RROOF
'T'HE very fact that there are
���*��� more Great Majeitie Malleable and Charcoal Iron Ranfei
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three times as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON    &    LUSBY,
Columbia Street.
BOY SCOUTS ARE       I
MANY IN NUMBER
Roll Call in England Totals:'
300,000 and Corps Exist in
Colonies Too.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
OPENS AUGUST
16th.
^Enroll Today
AS THIS ENDS THE PERIOD FOR
SPECIAL RATES. CALL AT OUR
OFFICE, 610 COLUMBIA STREET,
FROM 2 TO 4:30, OR 414 FOURTH
AVENUE, AND LET US TALK OVER
THE ADVISABILITY OF GIVING
THAT SON OR DAUGHTER A BUSINESS   TRAINING   THIS   TERM.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal and Manager
London, Aug. 9.���The number of
iKiys belonging to tlie "Boy Scout"
movement is today auout _..,0U0 in
Gi-ut Britain and 100,000 in the oversea states. As is well known, the originator of the movement was Dieut.
Gen. Baden-Powell. Recruits are b*
ing enrolled at the rate of something
like 5,.U. per week. In their drill,
iheir work and duty these boys find
that they are embodying the Very features which form their earliest childhood they have admins and aspired
to, The Boy Scout movement is appealing to boys in a language they appreciate and .understand,
The Scout, the official organ of tlM
Boy Scout, says:
"The Scout must sign a certififcate
that he owns a bicycle in good working order, which he is willing to use
for the service of the government if
called upon at any time in case of
emergency, such as national defence,
carrying despatches, etc. He must be
able to ride liis bicycle satisfactorily
and repair punctures, etc.
He must .be able to i .ad a map and
i to repeat correctly a verbal message
(On ceasing to own or have certain use
i of a bicycle the scout must give back
i his  badge."
I These scouts are already considei-ed
i by the government to be by no means
ja negligible quantity, and as their im-
Iportanoe and utility increasvs their
j influence will be felt more forcibly.
The Boy Scout.s are already work-
ling side by side with the members of
[the territorial army. There is in the
[south of England a certain regiment, a
.crack regiment of yeomanry, in which
J57 of the rank and file are scout masters to troops of Boy Scouts.
At the present rate in a comparatively short time all the boys in Givat
Britain, and there are some 3,000,000
between the ages of 10 and 17, will
have join-ed the movement. \\ hat
need then for .conscription, for all the
available material will have become
scouts and their training ls equal to
and in many respects superior to that
of the "Tommy" who joins the ranks,
for they are taught, among other
things, to read, draw maps, fence,
wrestle, box and swim, together with
pioneering and tracking.
MURDERED ACTORS
UPON THE STAGE
USE
MUIR'S MOSQUITO Oil
TO  KEEP THE MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
I Russian Stage Villain Turns Make B;.
i
Neve to Actuality and Kills Two
Persons.
LADIES:
We have a large and up-to-date assortment of girls' and misses' dresses in sizes up to le years.     Price, from 7_c up,
Lftdlp's   blouses  ranging up  to   .,'i.ti,r> to clear at, each    95c
Saratoff, Russia, Aug. 9.���In full
view of a fashionable assembly ot
playgoers, a terrible tragedy was enacted the other night on the stage of
the National theatre.
In the third act of the play which
was being given the heroine is shot
by a rejected suitor and dies in the
arms of her sweetheart, who arrives
on the scene soon afterwards. A few
nights ago, to tbe astonishment of
the audience, M. Tashnakoff, who was
acting the villian, made no attempt to
shoot the girl, but put a bullet through
the heart of her lover, who was waiting for his cue to appear, then shot
th. girl, and finally turned the revolver against himself and fired. Several
women in the audience fainted, and a
great many other spectators sustained Injuries In the panic that ensued
while endeavoring to force their way
out of the theatre. The motive ot
the crime appears to have been jealousy, the actors really having represented  the parts they played.
[FATHER OF JUVENILE COURTS
WILL  PAY VISIT  TO  COAST
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Vancouver, Aug. 9.���Judge Lindsay
of Denver, known throughout the
world ar the father of the juvenile
court movement, will visit this city
on Tuesday, August 17.
The firsthand probably  greaffepf living authority    on    the correction of
erring juveniles will arrive In Seattle
on   Saturday,    and    on    .Monday  will j
leave   for  Vancouver.      According  to
the    announcement    made    today  by
Secretary  (1.  H.   ll.-aley  of the Juve-j
nlle     Protective     Association,   Judge [
Lindsay   will   address a  mass-meeting
,'n this city on the following evening,
Tuesday,  August 17.
The judge had hoped to visit Victoria, but it doubtful if his honor will
have sil.llcient time to make the trip
to the capital.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, wea-
nesday nnd Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. m.
�����������������������������*���������������������������������*���*��*�����������������������������������������������������������������������
FOR SALE.
Blacksmith   Shop
AND
OUTFIT COMPLETE
This is a great opportunity for anyone
desirous of securing a good business.
For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
>++++++++*++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY.
LADIES' SUMMER
Costumes
Serviceable little suits, suitable fer many a pleasant
outing occasion or afternoon wear. Made of spotted
Print, Brilliant, Lawn, Muslin, Percale, Duck, etc.
They are two-piece costumes with three-quarter
length and full-length sleeves, all neatly trimmed
with insertions, laces, folds and pleats. A splendid
opportunity presented through this offering of securing a real bargain. Sizes 32 to 42. Regular
price $5.50 to $7.50.   On sale, each,
A SPECIAL UNDERSKIRT
OPPORTUNITY.
About 10 dozen ladles black Sateen
cotton moreen and white cambric
underskirts on sale at, each ��������� 95c
��� Nothing skimpy or Inferior In the
makeup of these skirts. Some are
full size, nicely finished with wide
flounce and frills in plain, hemstitched
styles; others have accordion pleated
frills. All the white cambric skirts
are finished with hemstitched or embroidered edged frills. Sizes are 38
to 42 inches. Regular values, $1.25;
on sale each 95c
DARK COLORED APRONS,
50c EACH
Suitable for children 1 to B years
of age. Aprons are made from dark
polka dotted print, serviceable and
durable in every way. A special lot
to clear, each 50c
WONDERFUL VALUES  IN
CHILDREN'S   APRONS,
25c EACH
Customers wonder at the marvelous
value of these white lawn aprons for
the small folk. Made of good quality lawn and trimmed at yoke with
ruffle binding and ribbon bow; bottom
finished to match. Small sizes only,
on sale, each  ...    25c
LADIES'   TRIMMED   HATS,
$3.50 EACH
A HUNDRED DOZEN
HOSIERY,  25c   PER   PAIR
Hosiery of every description for
Ladies', Misses, Girls and Hoys.
Through the special display of reliable hosiery at this popular pric we
demonstrate our ability to give our
customers the best value and thi widest  range from  which  to select.
About 2 dozen attractive summer
hats yet on the bargain table. Tbey
are all imported shapes trimmed and
fashioned by skilled hands into crea-
tions fit for the most fastidious in
taste. It is a question with Us or
getting these various models out Of
the way of the new fall arrivals. The
price is but a fraction of their real
worth.
Visit the millinery Section and be
convinced of the wonderful value,
each $3.50
LADIBS PINE COTTON  HOSE IN
tan.  black    and    white, 8  1-2  to  10
inches.
MEN'S HEAVY WOOL SOCKS. In
black, or heather mixtures.
Full ranges of sizes in all the above
lines.   On sale per pair 25c
UNION CASHMERE HOSE.
BOYS' THREE QUARTER BOCKS
4 to S 1-2 Inches In size.
CHILDREN'S PLAIN AND OPENWORK SOCKS, in white, tun, cardinal, sky, pink and black.
GIRLS'  PLAIN  COTTON  HOSE
tan,  black and  white, all  sizes.
LADIES' BLACK COTTON HOS_
with balbriggan soles.
LADIES' PLAIN AND RIBBED
CASHMERE HOSE, sizes 8 1-2 to 1"
inches.
In today's showing of 25c Hosiery
are:
BOYS' HEAVY RIBBED COTTON
HOSIERY.
GIRLS' FINE RIBBED COTTON
HOSIERY.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' UNION CASH
MERE   HOSE.
25c
LADIES' BLACK AND TAN
COTTON  HOSE,
20c PER PAIR
Thirty dozen fine cotton bos,- in
sizes 8 1-2, 9, 9 1-2 and 10 Inch; fast
color per pair, 20c 3 pair for 50c
I
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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