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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
SEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.  C,
.   N'-BER
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
.50 Coiu-tu St    Pf_-�� S.V
vN.TKR.  HC.JM
m SOCH_T IN
RIVER LAST NIGHT
.. Catch Will Probably
Pr to Be High���Can-
v      Running Full Blast.
PILOTAGE RATIS AKt
BROUOHT INTO HARMON.
. .vi' CKXT_ ;'.'-; cor!
vnijd
Orde:   in Council  Is Passed  Fixing
Charg.-s tar Vesse s   Enter -������
This Port.
SU,PEND_D       TROUBLt THREATENS
AT COQUITLAM LAKE       IN THE EAR EAST
OFFICE jEma
FOR IMONDS NSTtKT
CANADA'S ARMY
NOW A FACTOR
The following change haa    ������
  proved by order >n council ...
I with   reference  to  ihe  New   Wi
in*   this  season  tne  SLe_ puotase djs,rjct   wbicb ..
Coni
Causes
tion   : i   nstruction,
the Authorities China Intimates li'...: It Will
���s-mporary Cessa-     Stand No Further Aggression on Part of Germany.
Bt Convi    ���-���. ta B. _    ERS
en���o. c  '".-'.(���-son af_v nted
*��   Postmaster,
If. ,r ���  "rst     ^	
lu -       vn  ugh   nsh  to the ^^ of Westminster and Sieves-  upon
, thr. lng al full pn .sure. In  :,,;l
plana  hare mor.       l!yUw No  - of thi. P| .
r quite what to do with,  hv r_a,.ls:
u thei,   disposal, and      -F,,:   ,,.. u Pntering   ..,,      ,
��� r-al    cannerymen     ^^��� ��_^_______^
i ���
v ... '���-.-.:   . |    he   post     .-iSI
ii. ne si, i ttaw ���   :....���  ap| roi
-. ���    : .... -. offlc. tor Bdmonds, and
Sir Frederick Borden Tells of
Progress lr. Mi lit ary Mat*
ters in Dominion,
.i p
'tl     li>
wen
��� ���  .   vis;, i.ded
��� ���' ....   ���.-.'-,    ,.iUl    ���..
....     Poa ��� r  Oom| an>
k:.:? ot   ���'
an.    structure   t>
��e&i  ,���,    Tur,_._   -..-ung trom the pon of New Westminster Uon ,.ui._
ffort to rustle up  the   raI    <lf     ,|ot , lane.     | po
Women   and *r__ are ,ows       y.-,Y-,..    y: * -nn- ent Intervenes.
t .--.thecal,.,-   Fr,,^,,,^,- - -ut
Ave��g. Will Be Good. for '���"'���!- ln"?os t! ' Y/voT ": ^   "^"E���0 bt' Ptoc<*��" *�� Chine-. I half  waj   between  Central  Park  and  had   goi
last night.      Prom the | e1-0.   Pe_ .'.����l.  "e amended  so as  to  the matter. ^^ ^^^^
��� ..:o-.-..
:'��"        As I result of tho mon-Ipo-tmaH^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
ttnnrmn9m^t .   po��� Mfe*
��   ��l*Mk��       ftls   IS   In       V.        ..    .   :     ...
'  ��� i   ������'���      ���������   ���         ,  poi  offices -.-.. U
saon ot Kow Chow on the north Inaby   lo   .:...      ette.   accommodation
L*n*M    \-��������������� \::,- Mtfnte.  to
���'��� ve   ��      o
���    -��� ��t dlnm r  ���   ... bj   be Un,
!i,-i Sen   ���   clul    Ma o,  Gkm rsi ,\r-
���
Sir Frederick Borden, in
ta,              ' ���������"������                     the <   Ines                             ...   growing municipality ;.-.,> ......
in- J S            -       ��� ���  -    ���-.    which  Koa   v, moral .-: the Central Parji post ten  yean ago the  -..-...-. oi  Canada
to o pose  l   ' "  -~ '���  ��� :'      ��������� ��� ���   ��� tnanded thai  ��� -*-.,, westward, with    another oflic. w.rfl an unonnnlaed moli     \o�� -,n.>y
. .,,!��-____���������_������__������H������������������������������I  ������__���������
��-'���        "'_________________________.
j,,...; si midnight, it looked
If tie ��rerage 'or the upper river
JL.     . ii a hundred and Mty
'..    or    possibly   even
ipeoted that from now
Uhe soc. :������  will becorn.
Lplentlfsl up the stream, and the
KTei en exjiect to he mak-
I their regulsr "big season" catches
Itiin the next day or so.
read as follows:
n Wednesday and yesterday morn-1    Thls wl�� ����ke the pilotage charges  an  Important   "bearing  ou   ihe  water
the-liennen at the mouth of the ] ^�����~t0 f*��J_^chJ?r?e<i.l.y other jaupplj   of the city, but   mean, a con
h_i Those"i_"tbe up-|author,,i''s ln   Rritish  Columbia.
Ier ill'' ��� I 1^^^^^^^^^^^
. MChe*, the catches ijt. the mouth
���erasing -" '    --'-'i  y"'0 for the  high
et. while In   the  upper  river  they
leraH   only "'      It  was thought
the S-i-   "'    ,lie   mouth of    the
ro_ Wednesday night and Thurs-
nwrnine:   would   be   well   up   the
night,    and     that   the
Itches would   i ��� Bequently te better
an the preceding nishts.
Low Rat.  Next Week.
|The 12V.C rate for sockeye will he
,:���.''��� ���'. at the close of the  present
^tk, mil (or the   remainder   of   the
ps��n ib. canni  - win pay only  10c
tC'ontinued on  E'age Two),
PICNIC PROMISES
TO ACHIEVE RECORD
their  d'ffctou;   depaiI  .< ,-���*
         > .-ii'tn.   In lite lv-;-.tni, n and roul^
!-..,- ... ......,���    ....    mic    .-V..O.I  was i tiiis rapidly developing   Uatricl immi    pui ai one* iO.OthJ men  in the tleid,
As ihe subject i. a very '���r< "i'b  acceded  to bj   the merchants  dlatel) adjoining the city, are pan ol  and  In  a   U-\\   weeks  an.-, lie,-  ,n��.ii,m.
though   the   situation  u'lmvi    Thoj   w��n nlso |0tng  to
Central Part has not oom   trj  and da ;lioir dulj  with rvifnrd u
mended Itsell u, s portion of in.  rest th,- navy,
dents who have petitioned to have ll      u .,-. ani moment Canada were con*
located near the B, t'  K K station.    Ivlnced thai there ��>is dangar oc rls_
Bit,   Is  C.nv.iv.nt. lifi "_**, *�� ��j ���'���m   ��Ud al   t ,,. i vie
o( th,. _><ttitI.  African war    1 li. \   ��oali1
lh,.   Situation   chosen   at    l-.dme-.-.d-   ,,,,���,, 1(> Ih��� n.,.vll, (,{ ������. ,.;mi,uv wuu
is ion convenlsnl on Lot 6 of Dlstrlci   .,,, lla. ...������,.,. .,,���, oouU, Srl .,lul ;U,
Loi  95,  Immediate!)   eouth of the  B   (,,,, ni,u ,hii;   ,���,.:,���  ,���, ,.,,���<,;:���.,   u,
C    E   K    tracks,  and  Cacti,;  the   WPS!    11);111    ,,���,    hu,���,,i.(1    Mm)    .,���.!    Ue.U.
minster road.     Ur. Patterson, who Is  (cheers.)   riu-y ��<-,,. going ro ia&tk
al one.   to do lll.-.r ilUM   and  to la.   t .10
  _        foundations of I n.iv  I lii.'i H.nil.i <'c>.
ani m-.irly 500 menjagreemtal   with   her   spouse,     taking j1"^1 l",:'"'''  jopi-rai,. wllh  and  be pan  of  (he  H-.it-
would be employed.      The merchants  with   her all   the   funds  of  tbs  f'tii. |
Cn)    For vessels under sal] t- per '- in connection with the j ^ ��long the coast of China as therelthe   schem
���������--Y'iY;^J:Yy<'- f:: - ��� .fsjssrzm
morenndl* ��J^L___r^T   '"'    U> ' n    '      '���    ~":"li:-v    "M->  oyer Mm "���1'-i"��- but  neees-arj   aet__n  wm  .������
tc YY,      li *m  -s     ti   ,        .    -   "'.:���'"'���'��� ��� ���'  h P��tect  all  the small ouUy-
draught of w       ! L       ^'r   f' '   '��� ������������" "���� ^ft on Wed- lng sei.lem.-nts    especially    those on
��__. red ul\,er and ��"e f"n- Pwnet   nesd  i    md  returned    to  th,   towns the y-i-his ..us.  islands
rt...stered ton 'Th,   progresg  of   work   nas ,  . _
Wif.   Robs   Husb.ind.
Winnipeg, Aug. 5    Mrs, Steller, wit,
siderable market for unskilled labor, jof the Jewish drover who I, f, town
as when the construction wortt suddonljy a f*w days ago lifter a dts-
reached its maxim ^^^^
I uildlng there, is making tpeoiaj a<-.
commodatlon for the public using ths
i posl office.
Details Completed For Citizen's Holiday at Blackie
Spit Next Wednesday.
supplying the camps also will feel the amounting In all to about four thou-l
effects of the closedown. sami dollars, was arrested last nigh'
S��on   Befor.   Court. etler  tbe  police   had  been   searching
The cans  Is expected to reach the for her "v>>r h:llf ""' continent    sue
courts before long, unless a settlement h*<1 1'et'ri <i'"<'tiy residing In a nearby
between  the  government  can  be ar- village.   Sh. made restitution snd her
ranged husband dropped prosecution,
EARL GREY MAY
VISIT ROYAL CITY
PREFERS   WESTMINSTER.
II COMMITTEE NAMED
FOI LABOR CELEBRATION
Everything   Is  in  readiness  for  the. I l)osal .announced some  w.eks ago of
citizens'    picnic    on    Wednesday    to Is-.��riU"  elevatoi  company  forming in
Light   Electrocutes   Man.
I     Ottawa.   Aug    "..    ll.;u'inlh0   Hover,
Will   Probably   Build   Elevator  on  the  of ^tineau   Point,   who    for  th.   lasi
eight years had been ,i yardman at the
Waterfront. JBalmoral hotel, was    electrocuted  in
Alderman  E. .1   Fader told a  News  the cellar of  the  hotel  this  morning
representative last nlghi that the pro-; by   touching   an   ordinary   liRht   wtr. .
Befor
Incouvet and Wtstn-.mster  Council
|Will Unit, in  Arranging   Festival
-Unpleasant Incident Closed.
pie Vancouver Trad.-,   and   Labor
Smell fwelved a delegation trom
fe Westminster Tra-Ie.. Council   laat
ning with reference- to the celebra-
n of I__hor day In this citv. and
p*A .t committee to act with the
Mtmineter oommlttee In making the
:  -    '!'s     The  Joint   commute.
1 lw*t her- next Monday.
n unpleasant  Incident   was closed.
Ue last meeting Delegate Ley mad.
s.atemem that ti,,. organiser tor
i Westmlnstei was going about in
U>es Which   did   not   seem   to   bear
jntai label The delegate who
Ktmin the tallort' union was
"'������; "Don iu, ., retraction bv the
Pilaster council, but last evening
,7',' to B've I.. The outcome
ue matter was that the Vancouver
I   n,    '!";'" ";,l|,";i^d  for the re-
���inirati- delegate
SLPEHIMENDENT
OF CHICAGO
P^'Pour  Ye,1rs   Old  and   Has   Been
Teachin9 Fc"- Ove,- Forty Years
of That Time.
tto
��'.v  ol   t'l,|o,
n has
woman fo
lilackie Spiu when a record attendance is certain to bc, established if
the sale of tickets is any criterion,
The only requirement now is to have
fine w-.atlier.
Another meeting of the committee
was held l_st ewnlng, and the members will gather again on Tuesday to
make final arrangements for Uiv toilowing day.
The sub-committee reported that
they had visited the Spit and bad arranged for platforms, tables and a
refrehment booth, where light lunches
and tea and coffee will be served.
Swings will be erected for ihr Chli
dren, and It bo borne in mind ihat all
little ones un<ler five will be carried
free, a fare of fifty cents being
charged for children between 5 and
12, and adults $1.25.
The merchants generally promise to
ibserve the civic holiday, and practically all the .stores will close. The
specia, train, including a baggage car.
leaves the market at Sillli a. in. Ticket- will be exchanged there for rai'-
way tickets.
Alberta to build here has taken a new
phase
The city has bevn visited recently
by the representatives of a prominent
firm of grain merchants in Winnipeg,
and they prefer the waterfront here
to that in Vancouver, where prices
run so high, and that they are anxious
to lake over th,. proposal of the other
company and bring it to fruition. An
arrangement to this affect will be
made and one company form d to
build  tlie elevator.
WILL FINISH G.T.P.
AT STATED TINE
At ilie Inquest, held by Ur. II. Lyster
later, the jury found that death was
KCCl ieiilul, and that ther,. was too
high a voltage in  the wire.
It seems that Royer about 7:50
o'clock borrowed the keys of the cellar as he had left his pipe lln-nv
Twenty minutes later a son of tlw
proprietor, lu going past the cellar
door, observed s curious odor, like |
that of roast  flsh.    He looked ln, and
Leaving For North
Yesterday He Announced
Change of Flans.
Karl   tin.     will    ln    all     probability
visit this city before bis return to the
Bast,
Before leaving Vancouver, on his
w--y to the Yukon, h s excellency nn-
nounond that be had suddenly .i.-eided
to change his plans, -and thai Instead
of proceeding al once to the eatnp now
u Toby crank,
ish na\>    u'hovrg.)!
General Smuts, of South Afrtoa, sai,i
that bioo.i was thicker than water, yi.
in another sant* there was _atn.-U_S
ihnt wau thicker that blood ths 1J"
of honor was even greater and strong.
cr   tCheers 1     Mv hoped n,i nine went
on it would bs mon- than r*alts��*d that
It   was nol   tbo tie ol   blOOd  Whtoh  I'cl'l
(hctii together, bul  the tie ol eom��
nuiiiiiy or Interests, fuaUca and fain
play.  (Cheers )
CONVICTS HAVE CHANCE
OE FREEDOM ON PAROLE
Dominion     PatoI.     Office,-     ArchlbalJ
Visits   B.  C.   Penitentiary-��� 8yt
tem  a  Success.
the ele.tnc lump in his hand. Ho I
was quite dea<I, and the nosh of tho]
band was burned through to thv Ikui
STREET CAR   MEN  VOTE
ON   STRIKE   PROPOSITION
Sir Charles   Rivirs-Wilson   Expects to
Have   Road Completed  By  September of Next Year.
Toronto, Aug. 5,���Sir Charles Rivers
Wilson, president of the Grand Trunk
____m      , .,     ,   ,.         _i.ulbelng prepared for him
saw   Royer sitting  in  Hie comer With ^   gl   JJg��   _)f    ^   tVluml)lll    hf
would spend eight  dais on the coast.
dividing his tim,. between Vancouver,
Victoria. New Westnilusi,, uud Sent
tie.
No Official Word Yet
The   New   Westminster  Board   ol
Trade    -xleiKli'd   nn   Inv'tullon   to   llli
excellency   to  visit   this   dty  some
time ago. and received word today I'1
the effect that the governor gen.-i-.il
would In all   probability   lie  unable  tO
INDECISIVE FIGHTING
t CONTINUES IN MOROCCO
Pri;sts   of   Moors   Preach   Holy   War
Against  Spaniards���General Strike
Still Threatens.
Melilla,    Morocco,      Aug.    6.���The
Moors      who     yesterday    al tacked   a
Pacific,   passed   through   Toronto     on [Spanish   commissary   convoy,   oblige*!
his way west io Inspect the road. the  Spaniards  to  retire  until  the  ar-
Genera] Manager Hays say; tenders rival of reinforcements. The S|mn-
"���111 be called for the construction of ish then advanced and drove tho
the second division  from tli,. coast on [enemy buck.
The minimi visit to (hi* city of IHh
minion Pitvls Offlosr w. u. Arohl&aM.
glv-os an opiKH'liuiliy (,, the convli-tn
nl thv II. 0, pendentInry lo present.
Iheir case* tor revision ho I but tbey
may enjoy the benefit of ths pflMl*
system Introduced Into thS Canadian
penal system some tru yearn ago, ami
found to work with marked SUOO-S,
Mr. Archibald collects Wl the ts,"
formation available, and ths report of
the wardens of th,, various penitentiaries and  reiMirts to the  ministry Ot
lake  advantage of   It.   the  letter  l,av
lng  been   posted   In  the  east   I   w-"i.
ago.    As  Ills vncellency only  changed fjustlo*.      t)f  8600 released  under lilt*
his plans at noon yesterday there has [system since the lnw was passed, only
heen no time for hint to oommuntcate about 50 luive resumed their criminal
his decision to Secretary Wade of the [niOdSS Of Ut*.      About 70(1 are re|>orl-
Board, but It In hoped thai th,  nexl ling to the pollcvj now.
The
Chicago, Aug.  5.���Balloting on  the
strike proposition was begun  here today by employees of the various surface sireet car lines.      As fast  as the.���       -  - - ^���mm^_^_���^_���^_���^_���^_���^_���^__m_m
men  finished  their shifts  they   visited Ithe lath inst. Tlie roast seci.on, reach- Preach Holy War.
headquarters    and      deposited    their lng   lrom   Prince   Rupert     to  Copper     Alhuoemas,   Morocco,  Aug
VO(PS river, a distance of in? miles, will be Kiffs'  priests are    preaching a   holy
This    process     will    continue  Until   completed   Ibis   year. .war against  Spain,  and  a  picturesque
early tomorrow and after that several I     He sa>'s he does not think they will   feature  Of  their  arguments  Is  a  revl-
i��e able to cut -down the time allowed yal of the old    legend   according to k<ui .n tlie i��. ('.. s. Quadra, with Cap
^^^^^^     ^^^^^^      The   which the lt'ff Arabs, Who are descen-   lain   Newcotnbe as  master,    They ex
mpany
row daya win bring forth as Intimation to til,, effect that llle vice reg,il
party  will  spend  a shori   time  here:
Tho lalt occasion on wh h his e:;
cellenoy was In this city was al the
opening of ths Dominion fair.
ills excelencly  La  accompanied  by
hady  Sybil Grey nnd   Miss  lli-oderlck.
of London, and by bis alde-de^amp.
Captain vis<-ouni   LaScellos,
Sailing  on  Quadra.
The party Is being lak  n  lo tha  i "- j
Mr. Archibald will stay a week In
the city, then leavp for Senltle to attend the International Prison Congress, wh.-n he wlll take part In l$19
meetings. lie will speak at Vancouver On Bunday weok In the Inlerect>��
of juvenile courts, as to Hie work,
among  lh,.  young lie has givsfi  mii'-ll
attention,
hours must elapse while the votes are    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
counted.      Otfi-cial    announcement    ot  for the completion of the road.     ._____^n^^^mm^^^^^m. .______________________
I       lias   n.:   (o   geptember.   1911,  (hints   of   the      Moors     driven   out   of   I'<-et lo return  to the OOast   about   All
and  he  does   not   IMuk   the  road  will   Spain  by  Isabella and   l-'erdlnand,  ai"'gust 30,  and   Ills  excellency   will   pte
lu- finished befor,. thai  time.               destined to clear the Bpanlnrds out ol |slde m the opening of the new Gran
The general manager Jaid some dif-'Afrlca, cross to Spain and reconquer vll)e street brldgs, Vancouver.
flculty had been experienced In Brit- the country over which  Bob-till, tho  ������^^^^^^���
isii Columbia In Beouring laborers, but  Ins I king of Granada, ruled.
although there was still anything but     Every  Riff family  is being
the result is set tor Saturday night
There are BOOO members of the union
entitled to vote. A two-thirds majority is required to cany the strike
proposition,
Union officials watching the balloting said the early vote was heavily
n favor of a wn'.kout.
rhe superintend-
iko's  great  school   sys-
���" Into the linnds of I
.     Kli    ri "'" '"'*' ,lmv '" history.'
,. ri young, Prfnclpai ot
���,.,.   '    [ '   Noi-mal   school   and   an
national  reputation,    was
I '    by   the   n-wlv organ-
(d      ��� ��� I  ol   Education  as  head  of
jl'.""11'       v I,.
rug8., . "Y s"ll'r'"(��" flawed a
���������;,. ", lh�� Office which has heen
"ron slnCe the resignation of Kd-
Mr,  y. YI   Tr"'1"   "Wnlhii  aR0'
'I I,m^tU,6VVYa^80l,1���an', was
)rii
jglng Blnce m
m l
lUcal
go
itit,
ibjeci
She hail   reen
. ���    She was district
_l"m of schools for Chicago
mY'.to  1899;  Sttd   professor  of
**i In the University of   Chi-
'   m  l^fts  to 1905.    She  ls the
r 0I   "veral books on educational
rDS0N'S  BAY~^_^TY
MUST PAY BIQ FINE.
, ""V. OnTTTug. r,.-A fin-e of
Y; '"Posed upo��� the Hudson's
mpany today by Police Magls-
'-i2 Y on t,le cllnrge of hav-
" wfnl possession of IB  beaver
'''er skins on June 29th Inst,
enormous    ami    unprecedented
is ihe    rpslll.-.    ()f  a 80t|ture.
'ame Overseer Blea, of the
" ' '.'P-'ninent, of skins at the
' v,1,V,ily- Comi��iny'8 headquar.
r"��nn_     ,:'  !ayl      Cr��wn  Attorney
IsDecior ,',""aoc,lte'l,  nnd   Provincial
j ,., ,r(;;,r-    Overseer  Blea  and
������    ^' W arden Tlnsley were in
I
Ic II
aids,
WOMAN STABBED IN PLAY
AS RESULT OF MISTAKE
The Westminster Cricket team win
visited | play the Burrard  team on Saturday
a surfeit, of labor, the   supply    had by the priests knd told thai the tlmejal   Brockton    Point     The following
greatly improved during the last year.
for the, fulfilment  of  this  legend   ls|eleven wil] leave Westmlnstei on ths
I now at  hand  and  urged  lo enter  the
I war
Spaniards
Geniral   Strike   Probable
���Rival" Grasps Wrong Dagflsr and Se-
verely Wounds Actress���Cut
Four  Inches Long.
    and
F.  W. Ue-;
Cer here. Prance, Aug. _.- -It Is reported here today that a general
si like Is probable in Spain on account
of   the   refusal   of   the  authorities   to
New York, Aug. 5.���Mile. Dazie, an
actress, will not be able to assist her
company ln the production Of a pantomime for some time, following 8
serious stab wound she received in
the breast in full view of the aud'-
ence in a theatre at Rockaway Ueach.
Mile. Dazi.'s Jealous rival on the
stage was supposed to stab her to
the heart with a dagger and for this
purpose two daggers were employed,
one with a shining steel blade to 'm-
press the audience, and the other
with a rubber blade for the actual
use of tho jealous rival. In some
manner the rival plunged the steel
blade into the breast of Mile Uazle, inflicting a wound four Inches long.
The audience on hearing the shriek
Child  Is An Octopus.
I    Middle-town.  Conn., July 30.���Probably the most cemarkable fivak child
ever born  In Connecticut  was iiii ^
'pound   boy   horn   to  Mr   and   Mrs.  T.
Tenzek,   who     reside     near   Ivorytnn
[last  Monday.      The father is  28
the mother 20 years,
. j_^^^^^^^_^       the war in  Morocco and  In favor of
physician. t,    release of thv men confined In the
The Infant has a norma 1 1 ody, two Barcelona
additional   arms,  two  add.tional  feet,
und  an    additional    head   protruding """ ;	
from Ihe Stomach.     Although alive at
birth, it was    not    thought he could     The government has shamloned the
live,   but   he   takes  nourishment   and  rase  against John  Plclu,  arising out
may pull through.
_. o'clock car:       ��� C.  I_ashiiiur,
to regain  the Alhambra from tho I'Davey. C   II.  Judd.  II.   Welfare, T.  D.
Sheriff, s. Richardson, T. Longford,
ll. Burrowes, T, Oddy, c. 8, Qooke
and MenzleH
. _ .   ���, ,,    ..Y'uZ, permit pa<iiic demonstrations against
vilt. of Oeep River, was the attending ;,,    ������.' ,���   UAmMi  ������,,  ,���  f������,._ ���f
NOTED EXPLORER WILL
TRY FOR SOUTH POLE
[of the Hudson Bay mining title.
Once Gave Away $100,000,
Now He Owns Only $7
New  York,    Aug.    5.���John    Hall Mr.  Deane,  who la a member    of
Deane,   realty   lawyer  at   135  Broad- the Unien league club and the Soclwr
Y    .                          _   ___-f��i of the Qeneeee, and who is credited
way, who for some years represented wUh glv|ng %mm to the un,vtWMty
th,-   late   Charles  T.   Barney  in   his or Rochester and an extra $50,000 to
real estate deals, and who once had Calvary church waa, examined in pro-
llJC        the credit of dropping a contribution ceedings  to  collect   a    judgment for
of the wounded actress nnd seeing the of $100,0<J0 In the collection plate ��t $2,500, held by Philip H. Lantz.   One
blood became wildly excited, but waB^he Calvary  Baptist church,  teatifiedt Judgment is twenty years old, and is
cai
mu
dre.s
it   Was   not   mortal   it   was   dihhv.-..--�� ...   -���    ���     ----    -      -   - __���___>
serious to prevent the actress' Pub��c Ith^e are Judgmentsaggregatlng $5��_,
appearance for some time to come.
Captain Rowland V. Webster Selected
to Head Royal Geographical
Society   Expedition.
000 outstanding against hlm.
Los Angeles, Aug. 6.���Captain Rowland V. Webster, Who was appointed
by the Ro; al Geographical Society to
lead an expedition in search of the
Bouth Pole, left here today for New
York, whence he will embark for
London to prepare for the Antarctic,
trip, which will begin next Augfust.
Notification of the appointment as
leader of the projected expedition
came to Captain Webster Just as he
reached San Francisco on his twenty-
flfth journey around the world.
"It did not come unexpectedly," be
said, "as .. was the choice of the society as soon as Lieutenant Shackle-
ton, who reached a point 112 miles
from the pole, expressed the wish to
remain at home for several years.'*
Capt. Webster earned his title In
the Soudan with Lord Kitchener. He
also served In the Boer war.
MONTREAL WANTS
BOARD OF CONTROL
Citizens Are  Not  Satisfied With  Present   Administration   By   Elected
*��� Council.
Montreal.    \ng.   a. -The  mnvly-lorm-
ed    citizens' Association    is getting
down to hard work, and hid B meeting to outline Its policy. Judge Oul-
lin-i presided, Ibe policy of the organization, which Is now a p.-riiiaiieut
on.-, is to Insure thai the citizens of
Montreal wlll hav... an honest, anil
efficient municipal government, To
accomplish ibis it ls considered "lilL
the establishment _f a Board of Control, such as there Is In Uie elty of
Toronto al present, is absolutely essential. The first slep Is to secur.
the co-operation of the French pat.
of the population, Every effort le he-
Ing made to Induce the Chambre la
Commerce to come Into the scheme.
An Invitation was sent to the President to be read at its meeting as th.'
representative of Ilie Chambre, but
he was not present. An wuergetl-
campaign wlll be waged, covering
every ward In the city, up to September 20, the -ate Ot the referendum.
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
FRIDAY, AUGUST
6, 1909.
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 sell, why they should    purchase   from   ycu    md
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  In  business everyone mus' of n cessity   know   all   about  u
wares.      Use  the   advertising  column s of The  Daily News and keep abreast of the times. Ur
WANTED���Girl to assist in house- THOROPGHHRBD PEKIN DICKS
work. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near i _,_,. sale. Apply Thompson, 627
Sixth street. Eleventh street, city.
WANTED���A DINING ROOM GIRL FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OE
at once. Apply at the Guichon Dlckens and Scott, good condition,
Hotel. cheap.      Sideboard,  good condition,
 I    cheap.      516  Twelfth  street.      Tel.
WANTED ��� POSITION      COOKING ]    R481j	
and   housework  by  Japanese.    Box | '
545, City.
WANTED���TO
nished house,
fice.
RENT,      A      FUR-
Apply at News Of-
FOR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
wagon, democrat, harness; snap
for cash. _5_ Sherbrooke street.
Sapperton.
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE, LOTS
in Kitsilano (Vancouver) and Hastings townsite for good lot In New
Westminster, close In. Address P.
O. Box 565, City.
WANTED���GIRLS AND WOMEN AS
fillers.    Apply  I'nique Cannery.
LOST.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suuurban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. 0. drawer 100.
LOST ��� AT QUEEN'S PARK,
child's gold locket and chain, initials M, F. H.; also contains photo
of two children. Finder please
leave at this office.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby In the centre.
One pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally News ofllce.
LOST���ON SS. TRANSFER, SATUR-' PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
day, July 24, gold chain with heart-| Irwin), phone 308. P. O. Box 874.
shaped pearl attached. Return to : Real estate and insurance. Money
Daily News Office. to  luan,   744  Columbia  street.
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
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold-water, baui,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
|    City.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
'   EDWIN G. W. SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
TO   RENT���2   FURNISHED  ROOMS      Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
for    light    housekeeping
"Dally News," Offlce.
Apply
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM FRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUS_,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to O 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.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES.
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING &  DECORATING.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all k'uds of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
FRATERNAL   ORDl       , ,,  ,. ., Y"
A.-rie No. 20.-Mei ,.. -Y^
STENOGRAPHY    _    TYPEWRITING
FEED   AND   BREAKING   STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Biackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. . Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
HUDSON.   WALL  PAPER,   ROOM I
Mouldings.    Burlaps,    and Banltaa: [FREEMAN    BUNTING,    ROOM    7.
evening at  S    p the**_SS
hall, Columbia stre* f1
CBon, W. Pres     ii
tary.
s';  "' "'   ������������'���-i. S-cre.
bouse painting, kalsominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
1
I
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYL1NG. FISH. FRUIT,
Game. Vegetables, etc. llegbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
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-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR
���veyor. Eliard block, New West
minster, B. C.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. Tbe 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 mounraental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY1- PICTURE POST
cards are on sa'e at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The  Fair,'' Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE _ EDMONDS. BARR1S-
ters and solicitors, Blackle block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRll.
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Wbeall.r, 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 looBe
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
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.
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province ofllce, Columbia street.     Phone 62.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
hla street. Flrt.-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-
lortng. A new line of spring suiting just ln. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and  Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store tittlngB;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J, Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
SONS OF SCOTLAND   IE_^TT~__
soclation,  Lord <>i   th,   ,. .��� |Y
lai-M-ets on the ..;
Tuesday of every n       i, i Y?
hall.     Chief, W, E 'y   ��"'
10ARD    OF   TRADE
minster Board of 'I ra
board  room, City  Hal
Third Thursday    _I
quarterly    meeting    _
Thursday of Februarj
and   November,  at  . -,
meetings on  the third
February.     New   mem
proposed and elected
ly or   quarterly    me.
Stuart-Wade, secretary
N'EW \Vt.T.
nittti ;t u,
i M I0I.01.:
Mb moii.-
"i tne innj
Mar, .Itpii
m    mm/
��� "'I air j,
'' ia. mh,
tint r.._
O.  O.  F.-ROYAL    CITV  UjIXJJ
No. 3���Meets   in   Oddfellow mu
Columbia street, every Fndav even
ing at 8 o'clock.    VI Iting   ���������:.:_ |
will be made welcome. 0, E,U|l_W
N.  G.;   C.  E  Osborne, p G. recorj j
Ing secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCiLTIB
Include the Union Lodge, No. 8,il
F. and A. M.. King Solomon iMfi I
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L 0.1
No. 1150; L. O. L, No. 1.93; Coat]
Sapperton, No. 4683. I, 0. P.; C. Uti
F. Court Westminster, No. J38;[
Brotherhood  of Owls. .\'e��: No, ill
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
, O. O. 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, noDle
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDOtl
The condition of the oil bridge ill
not considered safe for vehicuJul
traffic, and the public generally inl
cautioned against hauling loads ot|
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to d.  so lite I
jtlii. notice must take all th^nsksN
themselves.
By order.        W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry Hall, New Westminster, _niT |
23rd, 1909.	
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tuesday ln enc1! month. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprle- : COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099, l.O.F.
tress). Four courses, consisting of l ���Meets the fourth Friday In the
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast, i month at 8 o'clock, ln the small
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.   |    hall, Oddfellows' block.
Opera  House Bookings,
Aug.   14.���Burns-Johnston pictures.
Sept. 3.���Polly ot the Circus.
Sept.  16.���Knight ior a Day,
Sept. 18.���The Tim?, Place and * ,
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Day-
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
7.���Cat and the Fiddle.
18.���David  ilanini.
20.���O.      Henrys     New Open|
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
'Lo."
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
27.���Carter the Magician,
2S���The Climax.
1 and 2.���Tha Shepherd K.|
4.���Parisian  Model
19.���Human   Hearts
22,���Forty-live    Minnies
Broadway.
Dec.   1.���In   Dreamland,
[tw
LONDON CELEBRATES
TENNYSON CENTENARY
Today Is Hundredth Anniversary of Birth of Author
Of "In Memorian."
rlage, is also lent by Mrs. Blrrell.
Tennyson and Punch are not usually
associated, but In volume ten of t'je
London Charivari, lent by Mr. H.
Hamilton Palarlet, there appear two
contributions written by him and
signed Alcibiades. One is called The
New Tlmon, and the other After-
Thought.
London, Aug. 5.���Tomorrow (Friday), is the centennary of the t>inn
of Tennyson, and in commemoration
of th�� event the Fine Art Society will
open an interesting exhibition at
their gallery in Bond street.
The society has collected some very-
fine examples of manuscripts, letters,
editions, portraits and other objects
associated with Tennyson's career as
a poet. Private collectors have made
generous contributions from liieir
treasures, and amongst them Mr. Herbert Gladstone, the horn, secretary,
has sent two letters.
Did Not Want Title.
Three of these relate to Gladstone's
proposal to confer a title on Tennyson in 1877���an idea which was carried out seven years later and in one
of them the poet writes:
"My Dear Gladstone,���I don't like
to trouble you about my own personal
matters in the midst of your absorbing public work, but not only on account of my feeling for yourself, but
also for the sake of that memory
which we share, I speak frankly to
you when I say that I had rather we
should remain plain Mr. and Mrs., and
that, If lt were possible, the title
should first be assumed by our son
at an age it may be thought right.
But Gladstone was determined that
the poet himself should have the title,
and he was raised to the peerage in
1884 as Baron Tennyson of Freshwater and Aldworth.
Manuscript of Sonnet.
Mrs. Augustine Blrrell, wife of tha
Secretary for Ireland, sends the manuscript of the sonnet Tennyson wrote
to VlctOT Hugo on the occasion of his
.son Lionel's visit to the distinguished
French poet and romanclst. A water- |
color portrait of Lady Tennyson by
Mlllals. painted shortly after b'r mar.
LURE OF TREASURE
ENTICES SUCKERS
Spanish   Swlndleri   Work   Old   Game
in  States���Beware When Told of
Death of Rich  Relatives.
Madrid, Aug. 5.���The Spanish
swindling agencies which fleeced the
innocent In all parts of the world for
many years with stories of burled
treasure, legacies, etc., continue to
find victims ln the United States. The
latest is C. M. Morgan Jones, of
[Aberdeen, S.D., who will learn tor the
[first time through this Associated
, Press despatch that the $1,200 that he
spent in the form of a draft on the
Credit LyonalSe fortunately did not
j fall in the hands of the swindler., but
j will be returned to him by the Span-
iish autholrtles in due course. A decoy
j letter signed by C. Burrell Lopez, informed Jones that a relation had died
in a Spanish prison leaving a daughter ln a Spanish conwmt. A large
fortune had been found concealed in
his baggage and the man's dying request wa.. that the relative in South
Dakota would give hbj daughter a
home and take over the management!
of his fortune, only there were aeath
charges amounting to $1,200, and un-1
l.ss these were Immediately ])ai(j y_e
government would confiscate the dead
man's money.
So Jones, of Aberdeen, S.D., got together the cash and mailed the draft.
Fortunately the address, "C. Burrell
Lopez," was known, and the authorities opened the letter and win return
the money to the sender.
Such cases occur frequently, though
not often with such luck for the victim.
; Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
ll Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
Many Sockeye in;
River Last Night
(Continued from Page One.)
a flsh. This being the case the Ash-
I ermen are praying that the main bulk
of the run may come before the end
of the week.
The daily tsport of the canners' association for yesterday was as follows:
Belllngham���Got .16,000 from Salmon Banks, 16,000 Lummi, and 100,000
Point Roberta and Boundary Bay. Mr.
Welsh got 15,000, of which 8000 from
seiners, balance from traps. A. P. A.
got 150,000 yesterday from traps.
Anacortes���Got 7000 from lxipez,
30,000  from   Point Robert.,  and  gulf.
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue snd Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room |1  p'.r Say up.
Room and board $2.50 psr day up.
Room with bath $2.50 psr day up.
Room with bath and bosrd $4 per day.
All outside rooms, with hot nnd cold
water, steam heat, long distance telephone, 'Bus meets all trains nnd boats
CARLETON GILBERT. Mgr.
and advice that 20,000 In West Beach.
A. P. A. got 20,000 from traps.
Ewens���Average 50 from 60 boats.
Brunswick���Average    220   from   66
boats.
Vancouver���Average   150   from 140
boats.
Anglo-American���Average 200 from
50 hots.
St. Mungo���Average   70    from    63
boats.
Imperial���Average     160    rrom    40
boats.
Phoenix���Average    300      from    50
boats; nigh boat 850.
Scottish     Canadian���Average     250
from 104 boats.
I Brl_sh American���Average 80 from
70 boats.
1 Albion cannery reports the loss of
a net <j|4O-40 mesh, license No. p. R.
R 2299. All floats tarred, except
four on each end of net. Each float
marked A. I, C. Lost off the lighthouse in gulf.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuraetur.rs and Deatere m Att Kmo," ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Doofd
Interior Finuh,    turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxen.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. fiew Westmin*'" FRIDAY.  AUGUST 6.
1909.
THE DAILY Nl     ;
PAGE THR MB.
[im veal,
f -������
Pork   Sausages dally.
0f   Farnner'i   Pork.
PACIFIC
Jeal Market
192 McMLNTMY 8 AMERSMi
f-
iione
Columbia St.
WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA S1I11T S01L
B.\..f AVTHKACITE COAL
J " SEPH   YAYERS
���essor  to
���'.'-, erg & Preston
otfic.   Fronl  St., Foot of S.xth.
-   p.       . Phone 105.
'  ��� m   the difference
* "-kinjr   and   having
.< ior jou ?
> .ap aci_a..> makes
f   out    saves   you
nev���but    injures
neither hand* nor
clothes. Thai
is   just   th-
differenc e
be tween
Sunlight Soap
and ordinary
soaps.
A      UCCIN.       STRIKE GIVES RISE      CANADIAN CEMENT
IS SUCCESSES    TO EOOD SHORTAGE      COMPANIES MERGE
I.
Y
Men Drink Gal- Famine Threatens People of Capitalization Is For Twen-
With   Im-     Stockholm-Soldiers  Run     ty-Five Million Dollars
Light Plants. Prominent Men Interested
unity.
Winners
for July
V       oba Iy   drew one of
these  ��� ���    era in    a
sack of
Royal Stan lard Flour.
73137    61148
56087
68273    56543
67592
39998    57342
70002
65738
Sealed tenders addressed U  I
dersigned  and   endorsed   "Tv
��� mid Inland Rev_n��i   I i
Public B-Udlng   Parol*    B   I
be received  until  _   p.m., on  M .
AnsaH  ti, 1908, ior the    *
tioned
Tenders will  not   be  con
li si   made    ui^in, and A F ;
with conditions   contain*
furnished  by Department
nans sad  specification i
on  application to Mr. R   v .   .
Ol   Worka,   K.-riii,-.   H    c
>     rtmect of Public v.    ���
Kaeh  tender musl   :-   a
by an accepted cheque on .. -
bank,  made  payable  to tl oi
the  Honorable th..  Minis!       -   p
Works, equal to tei
of ihe amount of the ten
By ord<-r.
NAPOLEON TKSSIKK.
Secretai
Department   of   PuWtc     Works.   Ot-
tawa, Julv 27. 1909.
I'
Th    las.   Oi      Stocl 5.���Stockholm   to-      Montreal,    Aug     5    Arra    -
bee.   daj   Is    buJ s  from s were oonsurami e
ni-  shortage of i        -:,i,h s.   :-.,   ,> ,��� the bl__esi and mot
TALIAN
FOR   SMUGGLING CIGARS    |
.     I ., -I iiii,-;    in ...
,  on   BBC Rici   .bat   r.-.-i.
' lh,.
..,..,!   with stock  i.i   b-ea I
dill hausted  ....
1 the.- wi n e_j_ nsivi
\.        .,.,;��� .. v
_
1'
s
on
i of iii,   law am .thai      ���    ���.     been ff-
 ted   In   Canada     The  merger will
ii.   week       The  Inclnde ail the principal cemeni man-
,!\   is almost  .\    n'sotaring companies  m Canada, -md
the  .  m-oiidate,.  company, which will
' -ta_t_m *  be known aa i       Canadian
the a.   da-,   a .   ,  ol i w, l,1n   ��    .
of'son.
f��n oi water, into ��l.ich :     Th,    sink.
_
������'   ehs fo    the  company, an.i  the
Onl ...  aires!
... p   tance
.- ben 1       ��� ���
���.. ���  arrested on
...   ing    .  g:   -     nio
��� .      istomi   ��� :���. en
arrest, and ar,       I   i
. kv,   thi   a
bi ing   i!:-n"   ��elj
ill.    The cumo-.ii>  offl-
dis. ass thi   case, stat.
. not wanl the arresi
.1 tiny had n.ad.   two
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,   ch-   u���. .    ,               !
������ - ' .'.:' ! ' ' .;.                    ;
with- shores of Lai M   a       ������                   l;...
In                                 t at non< hav,   sp< .... thei   tin In angling.
appeared                                    , ,   , v       'i v    .  , ive taki n chargi
ol  the milk   ��� ply ol    the dl
sh
m
LXHIBITION
HAS Ml SlffiSS
i-   i Ilk in limited   quant itl<     and      ne  t_
un   milk   cars at ill-
stations      Ti..   deliveries ol Ice have
This |i . ���;.. ,-��� all?  trying as
the weather Is unusuallj  hot.
rwritlng    ai i angem in
e of Mi .   Porgi     M V.
i .        ....    ther
a p. .   will be mad.   01 wheth-
wll] retained hv the under.
writers and thv, friend, bui these
are d< a which will be decided upon  l.v.
Management   is
SPRING
LAMB.     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
______ I ted gang of smugglers!
" havi        ..   .i work evading th.   city :
meats ,..-: ...   ,., th   Importation of cigars
an I thi   .. .....   boi on theh-
track.    Other arrests   arc    expect. ,
(shortly.
of
Executive   Ability
_________���-__.-
Details.
Criticized   For   Want
Many
in
lt you did, you are entitled to
a 109-piece i bina dinner set.
Each montli from the dupn-
,..-���. of th.. coupons placed ln
lhe sacks ol Royal Standard
Flour tearing our mills, we
driiw ten numbers, If you aro
fortunate enough to secure one
of tbi _ .. entitled to a
dinner   set   free    of    charge,
The.t, : ,i    many winners.
Ii maj be your turn now.
Watc'n thli paper -very month.
Royal Standard is the best
I and purest flour on the market
In Western Canada today. He-
member Royal Standard Is a
letter flour-not merely different, but belter.
MANUFACTURED   BY
MILLING AND
���IH CO., Lid.
VANCOUVER
B.     C
Central Meat Market
Oorner Eighth BL ana    Fifth A vend*
PHONE   170
��� OWCLL A  OODr.  Pr.ori.t.i.
G. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill  University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of New Westminster.
OFFICE:
TIRE   HALL   No.   1
Regina Aug. 5.���Saturday saw the
conclusion ni the Regina provincial
fair, when a fair-sized crowd again
visited the exhibition grounds and
took in th< Scratch program of racing. The iacini> was ol a poor de-
and operation, in that quarter Urtp^n   m���s,   of  ,,     beg,
London Asphalt Workers' Strike.
London   Onl .  Aug,  5.���The Barber
Asphalt Co'- |a ��� n rs who wen- work
lng  on   Rectory  streei  have yone    on
ll.iv     ( . .,>. .]
The
were getting  18 haTfng u.<. Uie city and the track
cems   an   hour   tor   excavation   work
and wan;  1'" cents, the same as "mix
ei s' nr.. getting.
Soldiers  Escort Funerals.
Paupers from  the State  poorhous
have be-.n    enlisted    to   replace the
Bstriking grave-dlggwrg an.i undertak
erg, and inst- til of hear si  , ll t ti I era
a;,-     being     used     to   cany     corpses 	
through the streets to the cemeteries
The   funerals   proee-ad   under   m.lnA!>   Cardinal    Gibbons   Think*
escort.
The  employees of    the   gas   worke
and  the    electric  light     plants  havi
gone  out   on   strik-.-.   and   as  a   resuli
niili;ar> guards have been placed ovei
the establishments,     The authorities
contend  that thia  plan    is necessary.
hnr_-a ������'  ass"�� tha<  'av  night  tbey frus-; head of the Roman Catholic church nt
'   (rated an attempt  to blow up the gas I1'1*  United  Stales, and  recognized  as
works   with    dvnamite.      A   gunboat |a  h_inv   supporter   'tt   the  cause   ot
has been  stationed opposite the gas temperance, laat evening declared that
works   and  no  boats  are  allowed   to I enforced   total   abstinence  in  Chicago
Spas, between It and the shore. and  other  large  cities   .vould   be  1m-
A     Lattalion     ot     grenadier,,   from  practicable
detachment   of  260
DOES NOT BELIEVE
IN TOTAL PROHIBITION
11    Is   Not
Practicable   in    Large    Cities���
Favors   Abstinence.
Chicago, Atig. 5- Cardinal (Mbbons.
ing siili in a wretched condition alter
tke heavy rains earlier in tli.   week
considering the unfavorable circumstances Which attended the opening of
the trir, the eAlbitlon on thi whob
turned oul more of a s&jcess than one Llnkoplng and  a
men   lrom  the  Oslergotland  regini.nt
time Beemt-.i posslbli   though the nam
a_ ment is 1" ing somewhat freely crl
ilrised in connection ��uii want ol tax
The revocation Of air gi II-
ing   licens<>s,   he   declared,   would   result in a surreptitious sale of liquor.
Have  been  order,,1   inlo  Stockholm His eminence expressed these Men,
At   Gothenburg     work     at   all   i he .inst. before leaving Chicago, at te,- hav-
come to an end  '"S been in the city for seven hours
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 181
CAPITAL	
RESERVE  	
Branches   throughout
Newfoundland,  and  iu    Loudon,  England, New York, Chicago and Spokane.
0. S. A., and Mexico City,    A general
banking    business    transacted.      Let-
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME.
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with,
in the railway belt In liritish Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person wno is the- sole bead ot g family
or any male over is years ol age, to
the extent of one-quarter section ol
Itit' acres, more or less.
suaooooooo1   Klur>' llulst be made Personally at
��n,.)_.,uuu.u-  (,u  loca,  laml offlce  toj,  the dl8tnot
11.000.000.00  in  which the  land is situate.      Entry
Canada    aud ' by  pioxy   may,  however,  be made OI1
'certain    conditions    by    the    father,
mother, son. daughter, brother or sister ol au intending hoineBteader.
The homesteader Is required to per-
fc.iilv. ability shown In many import- slaughter-houses has  . ..,,,,,.    ,-,>.  n   . ,. ,   . v  ��   '   ii,
and the general Btrike committee has       ' am neattiu in sjmivauiy wt.n tn,>
called m_n the railroad men and the total abstinence movement." Cardma'
am details
ENGLISH HOLSTEINS
ARE POOR DAIRY COWS
printer
The
to join the  movement,
Strike   Not  General,
sti  ke   Ig
Inspectors  Find  That  They  Give   Milk
Onj   and   One-Quarter   Degrees
Below Standard,
Montreal. Aug.
-That th,
English
form  tli,.  conditions   connected   there- [Holsteln cow Should have no place In
.  iwith   uuder    one    ot    the    toilowing  tke  milk  supplying community of bo
ters of Credit Issued,    available with  p,an8. jv|nes.   was  the opinion   expressed  by
correspondents  In    all   parts ot    the      (]j    _^t |ea8[ g_x months' resilience   Recorder  Dupuis   when  it    had   been
world. upon  and  cultivation  of  tlie  land on  shown  that   the  sale  of   under-stand-
Savings Bank Department-Deposits YK�� >'ear for three years. ard milk by Patrick Joseph Selley, ol
, (.1 II the father ( or mother, lf tile ;Lachiiic Rapids, was not due to any
, ecelved in sums of Jl ami upward, ifalll(T is lll,cuse<i, of t_,e homesteader ,adulteration by the man. but was the
I md Inierest allowed at 3 per cent, per resides upon 9. farm in the vicinity ot fault of bis cows. The greater pari
I innnm  (present rate). ithe land entered for,,the requirements of  Belley'a  herd  Is compose I of  Hoi
as to residence may be satisfied by Istein cows and in their campaign
such person residing with the lather Ugainsi Impure milk the Inspectors
or mother. ,went  right  to the font  herd,  thai   Is.
CD  lf the settler has his permanent  the cows, and drew a first-hand sat"
residence   upon   farming   land   owned  pie.    An analysis by Milton L  Hcrsey,
..TV    Assets  ov_r  $168,000,000.00.
~o.,t    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
a. D.  HRYMN'KR. Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
I by him in the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to residence
may tra satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
nalytlcal chemist, showed that Uie
milk was one and a quarter degrees
below the standard, and In view of
thai  revelation Selley was let go with
(Incorporated 1^69)
Six months' notice in writing should  .. _i.���, ()f  $,. _.nd  $8.8,1 costs,
R- T. PRINCE
[Auditor and Accountant
Capital Paid up
Reserve Fund  ..
Total Assets ...
STOREKEEP-
ACCOUNTS     A
>rni i '^i;""s'"t  to C. Hamber)
[COLLECTIONS    AND
ERS-    BOOKS     OF
SPECIALTY.      AGENTS    FOR    THE
HALL SAFE CO.
0ffice: Room 7, Hambly   Block.
p. O.  Box 795.
In   and   out of  town  accounts  soli
cited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange und
Travellers' Cheques bought and s<,|tl-
Telegraphic  transfers  effected.
be given  to the commissioner of Do-
$ 4,700.000  minion   lands  al   Ottawa of  intention
5,400,030  to apply lor patent.
.55,000,000'    Coal���Coal   milling  rights   may   he
leased    lor     a    period   ol      'wenty-one
years at an annual rental ol *i pel
acre. Not more than 2560 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at th.- rate tit
five cents per ton shall be collect'-d
on the merchantable coal mined.
W, W COKY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorised publication of
this advertisement will not be piutl
for.
and  an
admonition to get rid of the Holst-elns
which the recorder Biihl should, ln
the public Interest, hu\v no place
amongst   the  milk   producers.
Gas Co.  Loses.
Gibbons said; "It is a wide movement
and I hope it will spread lo the most.
remote corners of the nation In the
bj no means general j rural parts of the country and in the
' small., towns and cities there is
centrea of Sweden. In most places Ievery si^n that the oampaign is gain-
ihe sir. et cars are running and city ling foothold, which eventually must
employes ate at work as usual. Work (mean success and widespread prohibi.
In  a  number of    factories  has  been  tlon.     However  much   1   am  In favor
of total abstinence, though, I feel thftl
suspended, but this condition is not
universal and no disturbances have
brfn  reported.
The strikers total aboul 15,000 men,
of whom Slum atv at Malum, bul bar-
tlng the fact thai some factories are
closed, ther,, is little change in the
ordinary  life of Malmo.
The loading of ships al Gothenburg
wher 10,000 men are on strik... is being done by the troops.
in the hig cities, such as Chicago, it
would prove impracticable, and it
laws providing for tlie revocation ot
licenses were enforced in these cities
1 fear the result would be Hie surreptitious sale of liquor."
RIOTING AC-CMPANIES
CLOSING OE BARS
SUCCESS OF WELL  KNOWN
INSTITUTION.
Wild   Orgi_8   Took   Place   on   Eve
Closing Toronto Saloons Cut Off
By  Recent  By-Law.
of
Toronto, Aug. 5.���One man may Ins.,
an eye as the result of excessive
rowdyism In one Of the II doomed
bar rooms whieli closed their doois
finally Wednesday night, IHs spectacles were  smashed  on  his  race.
A  policeman   was   brutally   battered
up   in   another  ''cul off"  hotel   while
London.  Aug   5.- The   Itidieial Com    arresting   n   drunk      The   records   l_
inittee of the Privy Council today dis-   several   police   StatiotiB  evidence    (in
missed   with costs the appeal of the I enormously   Increas.d   percentage   of
I Dominion Natural Gas Co, vs. Perkins, Saturday night and Sunday drunks.
The Question
''':��� furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
\)l /OU  to  the  store  where
|8   1      '    ','   '"" largest stock of new
lth,        nd-hand goods of all kinds in
New
Westminster,   B.
F.  SHUTE,
C.  Branch,
Manager.
rs
rifi ma
f��
i i
" a splendid Cream Separator
"  nearly new.
'
nnd see how mucn more you
_.,     ''    tor your
el      ...,,
money   here  than
���..     :lnS o' guns, umbrellas, type-
ct-v  ,',,', _?d "Kht  automatic machln-
"id bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
atCOND -HAND   STORE.
t't'la St.     "Man on the Wheel.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J- HENLEY
"Ew   WESTMINSTER
'^Phone 13.
B.   C.
Office. Eighth St.
THE   VERY
LATEST
IN
THING
1
Postcards |
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED FOLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
8END ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
IT  PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
English Watchmaker
Cold Watches for Latli. s from $12 /5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open IftCfl
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgln
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  door*  from   Geo. Adana, Grocer
K
________  _
iL
f|| CANADIAN PACIFIC
II ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
il iKifp
You will find lt to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce,
whether you Intend to travel or sending for your Wendi.
Sailing Prom Quebec.
Empress of Ireland  August 27
Empress of Britain ..  ..September 10
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
Public Market
Market   Clerk   D, E. Mackenzie
Open  8 a. m, to _ p.m. Fridays   7 a. m.
one
Pn.
to 6
138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER  VALLEY   NURSERIES,   Ltd.
Keen's Stall
ter
BEDDING   PLANTS
VEGETABLES,   HERB3.
Monk's Stall
for
Fish and Came
D
avies
&S
on
Cut flowsrs, Vegetable plants
and Bedding Plants.
The Weekly News
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
Royal  Standard Flour Proves to be a
Winner.
Very Interesting indeed are the letters received by the Vancouver Milling Co., Ltd., trom tho.e who have
been so fortunate as to secure coupons entitling the holders to the
splendid prizes offered by tills company to Introduce their Hour.
Beginning with last January, ten
numbers have been drawn every
mohth, and ln different parts of the
province the winners have been made-
happy by receiving a b.autitul 10SI-
pleCe dinner Set. That Hie prizes
have been appreciated can be learneil
lrom the letters, extracts from a tew
of which ar here given: ,
Mrs. D. C. Cotikl.y of Rossland, a
winner lu January, states; 1 was
advised   by     a     friend     to   try   KoyuL
IStandard Flour. 1 find it an eicel-
!lent bread Hour, and will reconiuientl
It  1+ all mv friends as such.''
W. H. ljelghton ol' Mission City
writes; Were lliere no premiums Ottered Willi the Hour. I would Ml use
any other Hour, for We And It makes
higbt. wiille, sweet bread, second ta
! none.
(!,  A.   Keating    .another    Rossland
winner wbo succeeded In securing one
juf  tlie   dinner   sets  in   June,   sayS!   "I
jain  sur..  when  people once us-  Koyiil
Standard   Ploui   they  will ash  for it
at!.In We   bave   used   It   for   '""!"
time, mid In tweniy-liv.. years' expe-
rleni- we have never had a better
Hour, and can only say that as bum
as We can get Hoval Standard, We
want  no oilier.''
Another enthusiastic user, Mrs.
Mill.Ml. 041 Courtney street, Victoria.
writes; "1 have made bread tor
twenty-five years, and have tried
every Hour in this fair Dominion, but
Royal  Standard beats them all.'
We think these testimonials prove
the worth of Royal Standard Flour���
the  flour of superior quality.
Among the June winners are: O.
A. Keating, Rossland, B. C.j Mrs. M.
Millett, Victoria, B. C; Mr. Thos.
Fowler, Prince Rupert; Mrs. Jas. Nelson, Ladner; Mr. D. Matheson, Vancouver; Mrs. W. Pope, New Westminster.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
_i_.ee 'Phone 1SS.     Ban 'Phone 131
Oolumbla Strsec
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
���ay part of th+ tits.
Light and Heavy Hauling
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Published by The Daily News Publisb-
Inp Company, Limited, at their offices.
The Daily News Block, corner of McKenzie and  Trew streets.
GRASSHOPPERS
ATTACK
FRIDAY,  AUGUST
NOW
ONTARIO
FARMS
E.  A.  Paige.
.Managing   Director
FRIDAY.   AUGUST
FORESIGHT.
Kvery day provides evidence of tb
courage and  foresight
Government���the policy adopted finds
justification  in  events  as  they  trans-
pie   and   the   administration   is vindicated as history is made.
One cannot read a newspaper without meeting with a statement as to
11% crops of ihe three western provinces���In many of the districts fear is
expressed   that   difficulty   may   be  ex-
for  .4  hours  f"r tlie  theft of a Kold
watch and chain stolen from a party
W���nmn�� ��$j7*tirt ��\*Tv������* P^chased a ticket for
.'cat. t-        ll fee . ..���-*'  W0��4 Indi- Detroit  and   ��.,-.  waiting  for the  ar-
B   k>   hav. 17.1.'��, -^th   rival of   the   !��__.,   when   he   stepp. 1
i   is .,, pp..   H  rl ne    h d     y   "10 ""��"'" detecth    office.  II, was later
tint  ib,   nl,.,,     ho,    _i__ _   _       tata known  criminal  of London.  Ont.     He
'amy  an     .fave "ba  of Wi^e^Lfi "?   (-,,ar""   1'"   J*6   0ri'""   "'
thin, mu     i, ��i ' .         __   '  (;er>-nheft tomorrow   in   Umdon.
iinnt, Rieen.    In th, township of Kep-!  ,.	
pel   they  are  perhaps   worse  than on I -                     ..  -    -
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_         itills side of the eonniv  iir,        r     1 Omellete   In   Mail   Bag.
Tlu, fame of Elinor _,yn. "Three on Tues__J Z B��treet. %, JUffi!   Washington, Aug. 5.-.fes as    an i
\\eeks   dr,w   a sot   fair audience, Iepnrad but the pests  have    moved article of mall transportation*am not I
along to other parts. (popular with
tborlties.    it
Reputation  of  Play   Kept  Many  Away
There Was,  However, No Cause
For Alarm.
jOLD  MAN  ACCUSES
WOMAN  OF BLACKMAIL
___________        ^'rj      ______________
composed  for the  most part of men. j
to  the    Opera    House    last evening.
Probably  the play  womd hav<.  drawn
of the Lauri.-r  .. somewhat l.ivv. house had the b��o,i ___^^^^^^^^^^^^^h
not  had  quite  so  much  tame.      The      yew York, Aug. 5.���Lester Franklin
attraction deserved a good house, and Barry and  his  wife,  Theresa Miller
it   was   lather    unfortunate  that   the Barry  of   Hamll'ton,   Ont.,   were    ar-
reputation of the book served to keep ralgned in the Yorkville Police Court
away  playgoers    of    teiidor seusioin- here today on a chai%v of attempted
lioi- 'blackmail brought  by Samuel Meyers.
As it is staged there was very little U former Deputy Slieriff of Schenect-
in   the  production  at   which  even  the ..__v,   x,   Y.    Pour  letters   allep��d   to
most   particular   ta.ste  could   take of- havi  been  written   by   tiie  couple  in
fence.      .Mrs. (ilyn is dramatizing her  whieh   money   was    demanded     from
own book, knew well whe_e to use the I Meyers  froni  the  basis of the eom-
knife and th,- result of her efforts Is plaint.    According to Mr. Meyers, who
ia of no very unusual type.   |s  7..  years  old    he   in -t   Mrs.   Barry
In order to explain   ill,  position  Ol   who Is only 20 yea3 old, In Broadway
lhe   principals  to   the     audience,   tho  .,).���,,,   fjye   w,pkj.   ago.     He  saw   her
play  proper   is    preceded    by  a  pro-  several   times   within   the  next   few
perienc-ed  in  moving tlie  crops.    Tlie __.     __ -wj   VI,,���._, ,.
difficulty   of  transportation   Is  one to a Bex drama of no very unusual type
^^__LT- Ahl  ���������������������      ���������������
le met  with each harvest and it is a
difficulty   that   will   be  more apparent
as til, years roll by. Ilogue, corresponding to nothing Tn'the  (lavs     Th���n   ,ptt(M.s   r.m      ,     Mevers
What  would have been  the position  book,  In Which  the  drunken   King  of  purporting   to   be   from   Mrs    Barry's
cf the west had  there been no Grand   8a��MJla bids his wife to go forth and  tether, demanding 110,000    Barrv ami
_,,,,,���.,���,,. ,    , ,  net  hi 111 an  heir ..       ���- ���*���"'"*    _>��i ��� j an,,
U-nnk    Pacific?   This    road    is     now
completed  from   Winnipeg  to  Kdmou-
be an important factor'cupying the flrst half of the book i���
��� crops 01 this season, 'condensed. The Celebrated tiger
project   was  undo,- con-i'skin   which  sllould   riBl"'e  somewher
ton, and  will
in  moving  th
When   this  ,-.  .....   "...   -__..   -...-,   , ,      ^	
^deration  by  the House, it  met With D^rincfumilTt11?^-..    ,'," "th'*"
, ��� pearance until Act 2, while the rather
a most determined opposiUon from the lurid  passages in  the lodge on  the
.CouserviU,-ves���their    objection    was mountains above Lake Lucerne do not
I appear in the play
get him an  heir. his wlf, were held' In  $3,000 ball for
Act 1  shows the lawn of the Hotel  examination on Frldav.
at Lucerne, and into it the action oc-1  *	
United States postal au- j
was learned today that I
I some one in Canada had mailed three
dozen eggs to Battleford, Vt., and
when Postmaster If. B, Taylor opened
a mail bag be found it dripping with
leggs freshly scrambled. Addresses
were obliterated from letters In many
instances and they had to be sent to
the Dead Letter Office. Such a situation could not arise from mail originating In the United States, as eggs
are not  mailable In this country.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
Market Day Specials
I-'IVE-PIIOCK    WHITE   TOILET
SETS. ONLY
$1.50
I WHEN WILL YOU
_r   _._   _._!_-    __*i ._
to take advantage of our Rj
gains in Summer Suits? jwt"
wait till they are all gone and r.
gret it. They won't last Ion? *t
one-third off. Today (FridavV
Saturday and while they last w.
will offer you the following
approachable snaps:
un-
EACH
^ased   upon  the  contention   that  the
railroad   was   unnecessary,   and   thai
the people as a whole would not
prove of it.   Mr, Lennox said:
"Canvass this country from one end
to the other, go where you will, and
.    .   at all.    ^^^^^
Act 2 contains the feast of the roses
^n the loggia of the Venetian palace,
ip- this being excellently staged and car-
[ried   through   with   a   regard   for  the
feeling of the audience that is by no
means apparent in the book.
The play reaches the conclusion in-
He  Needed Caring  For.
St. Thomas, Ont., Aug. 5.���Detective
Heenan, of the M, C.  R., was sitting
in   liis  office   this   morning   when   a
stranger entered  and  saluted  the detective  with   these   words-    "How   do
lyou do;  don't you remember me. You
gave me 50 cents to help me on my
way  to  the States a  few years ago.
Heenan   replied   that   he   did,    and
slipped a pair of handcuffs on tho man. ,^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^��
Saying, "I have been looking for you  We buy for cash and sell for the same
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
the  preponderating  voice is, and  ihejtimated, but not actually described in
overwhelming voice will be when the [the   hook   in   Acts  3,   in   which    th-,
scheme  is fully  understood,  absolute
condemnation of this measure,"
Dr. Sproule referred to the country
through which the road would pass
as the "geut lone land" and he also
said that the people should be given
an otipotuuity of expressing themselves at the polls with regard to it.
These gentlemen had an idea that the
peoplo would be opposed to the building of the Grand Trunk Pacific, but
events proved otherwise. Sir Wilfrid
Laurier said that he would go to the
king With a fine disregard of Aristotelian maxims, slays his wife on the
stage, and Is himseii done to death at
th.- hands of tj_e faithful Vaslli,
The acting throughout was good, it i
none of it was of the first order, at j
j least none was very bad.     The principals all filled theli- roles well, and
jthe    minor parts    were well  carried.;
(Enest Glendennlng as  Paul Verdayne
| managed by his acting to convey fully
the  change wrought  in  the hero  by
his   experiences,     while     Miss   Beryl
Hope as "The Lady" although hardly
by nature fitted to take the role, gave
a very good rendering of the part
The scenery was good
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Men's Summer Suits        Men's Suits.
118.00 Suits for
$15.00 Suits for
$12.50 Suits for
$10.00 Bolts for
Straw Hats Half Price
Men's Bathing Suits
One-Third Ott
A fine line of mer
Piece suits In impo,
steds, tweed, and I
t"e following prices
$27.50 Suit for
$35.0Q Sun r,,r
$22.00 Suit for .
$20.00 Suit for
$18.00 Suit for
.I.Yimi Suit for  .
$12.ail Suit fo,-
Men's Soft Felt...
One-Fourth Of!
1 n, scenery was good, although the
country and stand or fall by the mea-,,,ffe-t was SOmewhat marred by the
sure, it was the only Important Ques- (smallness of the stage, while the cos-
tion Woi. the electors in 1904,    and j turning  was  excellent.
the result was a great victory for Sir 1  .���-
Wilfrid, and a sufficient answer 10 the      ..ever Brothers, Toronto, win send you
men who had such little faith in the | free  a  cake  of   their  famous  Plan toi
toilet   soap, if  you mention  this  paper.
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minute-
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-hotiriy be-
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
SUMMER   UNDERWEAR,   1-4 OFF.
BOYS' WASH  SUITS,  13 OFF.
REID & CO.
PROPER   CLOTHES   FOR
MEN.
601    COLUM
STREET.
future of the west.
..-tuliKinosi reliable sources it ap
pears that the crops will reach the
3 40,000,000 bushel mark U-r wheat
alone, and i_e total crops will not be
far short ot -75,000,0.0 bushels.
How could these crops be mov.d
wiih the facilities which had been
(axed to their utmost by the smaller
output of years ago? The task would
iM Impossible and the west would suffer in proportion. Thanks to tiie progressive and courageous policy of Hie
Liberal Government, provision is made
for moving the produce of farms wh'-ch
liave been occupied in response to invitation Of the li_uiij.raii.iii department of the trovernment.
The Grand  Trunk Pacific has 1,000
miles of railroad already built and in
operation   in   the   west,   with     5,000
freight caj-s and 175 locomotives. Over !
100  grain   elevators   are   prepared   10 I
handle  the  wheat as  it  is  delivered j
along  this  new line.    For a  railroad
upon   which   nothing   has   been   done
according to Tory' papers, and for a
project on  which  millions have  been
epent with nothing in  sight,  accord-
in* te.uth��,__a_ie auti _rity, the Oraud
T��a_��_ Hclihc Railway certainly looks
like a healthy enterprise.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd ���
Instrut
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EXCITING RUNAWAY.
C   Smith  Show�� Splendid  Control
Team.
Sh
"* ARE READY TO SHOW
you how it Ig cheaper tobtiyoB.
high-class building material,
than lt is to purchase the poorer kind. We ran point 10
buildings bunt wm our materials that never r-,_i. reyMife,
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were no: built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
Ltd.
I (NEW   THUS   WEEK _
A PAIR
u    1 ^ S?el?y,s C��W Cream I
Ideal Orchid Perfume, $1 an ounce
AT
Ryall's Drug Store j
Phone 57.
by 11
vorks near- I jSS
- YIY m Men's "Instructor"' Oxblood Bluchers ��4 .n
tout _ oclock yesterdav   fift    1\/TY~Y       <<T        , . *"V-.i'\__o $...OU
�� i.iv . -���!:;;;,;,- 88 Men s  Instructor" Patent Leather Bluchers     4 .rt
���l.im_mn_ ttltat  c_IJH   M..I.   ,<T       , .        ��� __   , ���'""ICI   DlUUierS- ��� ���     4.DU
.... mt __ ���_.- :M Men s  Instructor" Velour Calf Bluchers 4 .rt _.
Men's "Instructor" Calf Tan Bluchers...IZ tso 8L
The   new   bay   l.-am   purchased
the city for the board ot works
Jy caused a fatal accident
When  coming   down   Colum
���on  the rise near Fourth  s
look fright ab
afternoon    and
-river, had gre;
them,  as  the   a,,...���.......(_   .-.n-et.  car i
added to their fear and mad onward -
rush.
The wagon box broke under him,
. but he lay back and stuck to the lines
till the animals were brought to a
standstill at Eighth street. Th,
runaway-proved Smith's reputation as
a firsC-class driver, otherwise a fatal
ao��_eHt_*w^n*ld have resulted.
Union  Is  Illegal.
Paris, Aug.   5.���Sixteen    employees
'  of the4dep��rt_-ent of Posts and Tele-,
graphs charged With illegally forming
a trade e_ioi> during the latest strike
wer�� oondeffiaed todaj- to pay a nominal  fine of  16  francs.    The dlssolu- I
tion of the union  was ordered.    The
trial' turned on the right of State vtn-
ployees to .form a union for purposes
of defence,   Ivlany prominent persons,
principally politicians, testified to their
opinion that the State employees were
entitled  to  enjoy  the Act    of   1.84,
which gives workers the legal right to
strike.
For  the prosecution it was argued
that there was no similarity between;
an ordinary citizen and the State as ,
an employer. I
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Fine Writing Paper
ready to show you our latest style, and finish.
'    ��r\b_,y_.dir"Ct ,r��m the ���"���nufaptui-i* and ean there
Set. etJiVn.m��ne,y and -""���"��� V>u o* 9����'"fl "P t0
dat. stationery,    it will pay you to deal with us.
THE STORE FOR MEDIUM-PRICED
MEN.8 FINE SHOES.
. ,...    % Shoe House, ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot *,      ._,
New Westminster, B "C
THB LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C. *V'
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
  Successor, to J. j. MACKAY A CO. #
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waYcHTes
-EFORt . UMHAtlNa THAT W.TCH   E������,NE   0U'R   8T0CK.     ��'
MEM_E��, WE CAR.V THE .EET ���AKE,  ��� W4TC���  M0VEMBNT��
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONQInp _ a _������_  .
*"NE8 AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS FRIDAY, AUGUST 6,
1909
THE    DAILY
PAGE FIVE.
Ladies, Attention!
Carefully study Collister & Co.'s
advertisement on page eight.
Splendid Bargains
Eastertrook  Milling Company,
Eburne.   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL. .$6.75   per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbi.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
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scan leaves today for I        ,,   Pickett of Morden   Manitoba
IYI wit" ""J" '"" Yi II
and elsewhere le> a_d . lmo po8gesslofi ��.
bas returned from a���   ,.   '!,";'!  '   "'"   '""   througl1 l,v
tU fair. !,:,'.,( urtls- .0|  "'" W. .1   Kerr Co.
trip i,
Get Your Home Furnishings From the
Old Reliable House.    We have quality
and prices in proportion.    See
W.   E.   PALES
612-618 Agnes Street.
_ead,   of   Chilliwack, jas
purchased   the    George    Taylor prop-
in extern, for $7000.
, Spend -.uin   day   at   the  sea-
Brini     mr friends to Blackie
Spli  for citizen's day. August 11,   ���*
H     Doane,    of    Bellingham,
li   spending tb,.  week in  the
cit> guesl  Of Miss  B. Wintemute.
runs    to
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT   STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
Auction Sale
iLtd., the purchase price bi  ng in the
ii     liborhood ol  $8000
Remember Hal,. Bros, when vou re-
0, ��� ha. vain:,, etc. They always
ba-.-e ;, large stock. "**
'on want a good house with ten
- firs! class land within hfteen
miles of New Westminster and on C.
' it. main line, you ean bave ll chuap
for cash, o, will take e.u property
in exchange. White, Shllei & Co.,
Cl ! �����
Be< our advertisement on page s
Ii contains Interesting news about tie-
J"�� prices prevailing on all Bummei
goods.     W. s. Oollister & Oo.        *��
That light, delicious, wnoiesome
br.-ad you so much enjo/ed at your
: I   use was made  with Koinn
Jl.od Flour. ������
The  attention  of  the  \\ .-tmlnster
board of trade officials has been drawn
t<> i Ik.- dangerous crossing or the ,;-
N. R. at tli.. North road,  where the
trai i.    crosses    above  the    Bi-uneue
A  largi   a tendance i.-i requested at jcre.-k. in tbe hop(. that something wlll
Bl :co   .tore     ihis   evening, b^ done to remove the  perilous con-
��������� I -  annua] meeting of tlie Wesi- ditlon to teams crossing, owing to the
nv.   .    Rovers' Football CMub wil) be;i_n.   running on  a  curve   where "   iS
held      .1 officers elected. impossible   to   watch   more   than   one
���"inner   Transfer
tickets early for Hie citi-
��� i. i' ai  Blackie Spit on Wed-
Adulis.  $1.26;   children,  60
I.
zei ���
Ii. ���-.!
cents
Thi . mil be no match between the
Balmo ... and Mapk Leafs baseball
clubs I inigl i as Queen's park oval is
other'..., i   engaged.
Di noi forgei the sab- of household
leffects v Capt, Cards, :,14 Carnarvon
stn-. ��� i.n 1. irsday, at in a.m. **
Undertaking in all its Branches.
PHONE   176.
NIGHT CALL  81.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range Should get on. that will give perfect satis-
faetion In cooking and baking, Is economical fn the use of fuel, that is cool
jto work over In the hote weather, and also easy to operate and keep clean.
| If you wish to be satisfied In th.. -respects you will buy an Oxford'
range atfer you have Inspected tt. The prices also of these ranges are
much lower than those of other makes. Call In and inspect our
tock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Fair Ground Property
Twenty large lots, most desirable property in the city.
EASY TLRMS. Take advantage of low rates and visit
Chilliwack.
Everything for th. garden at Tidy's
I phone 184. ���*
For first-class cut  flowers and any
kin 1 of Floral work, telephone Davies'
| I Greenhouse, R20S. **
Mai. i Ke.-u-y will return tomorrow
from his visit to the annual convention of tlie Canadian Union of Municipalities, and a tour through th. interior in the interests of ihe Royal
Agricultural & Industrial Society.
Westminster  to    Westminster,  via
Steveston and Vancouver; buy your
tickets at the B. C. E. R. tram office-
Si.50 for tie round trip. St>-amer
Transfer leaves every day ai 3 p.m.
except Saturday 2 o'clock **
j direction   for   trains.       Tii...   Burnabj
municipal    authorities also    have the
j matter in hand.
Buy orchard lands while 'hey are
;cheap and l_come independent. We
|are th,- official agents of The Western
-Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Let
|us tell you about their choice holdings
at. Appleland. A new townsite and
fruit district along the line of th-e
B. C. Electric Chilliwack linf. and V.
.V.-.& E. Cloverdale to Sumits Railway
This section excells in the production
j of all fruits. Come at once while the
j best lands are selling cheap and let us
| show you this section at our expense.
\\ _ can sell five, ten, fifteen and
|twenty acre tracts on easv terms. .'.
J.  Hart & Co., Ltd. *��
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
LOS ANGELES POLICE ON
TRACK OF TRAIN ROBBbR
bos Angeles, Cai., Aug. ."..���According to tile police, Wm, Haney. lor
whom the British Columbia authorities have been searching and for
whom a reward ol $4,000 is offered, is
In this city. Haney is wanted tor
murder an.l an attempt at train rob-
tftry in Ashcro-t, B. C. While trying
to escape alter an unsuccessful attempt to hold up a CP.R. train. Haney
shot Constable Decker and got away.
The British Columbia authorities offered $2,600 and the C. P.R. $1.50"
for the man's arrest. Haney served
a term in Folsom penitent..u y for
robbery.
Chief Dlshman has detailed seveal
dvctoctives to search for Haney. but
he has not yet beeh round, although
the chief's Informant is positive that
the man is In Los Angeles.
JELLY   FISH   CLOGGED
ENGINES   OF   LINER
Boston, Mass., Aug. 5.���That an
ocean steamship could be completely
crippled by jelly fish, brought to a
standstill, and finally compelled to anchor until the engine room force could
overcome the difficulty, seems impossible, but such was the experience
dk the FMii.h reamer Indramavo on
the passage from Boston to New York.
While passing through Vineyard
.Sound, the engines finally began to j
act strangely and the chief engineer
reported the matter to Captain Tiir-
i-fell. Investigation showed that it
was impossible to get water Into Lie
condensers.
The engineers found the cylinders
packed with a substance resembling
soft soap, but which was the bodies
of thousands of jelly flsh,
worn	
/rYE&j
k�� Hl_ "as
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy Butter, per pound,
25c
Funeral of W. Calder.
Members of Granite Ixnlge, Knights
of Pythias, are attending the funeral
of one of iheir members. William ('alder, whose Interment will take place
today trom bis residence. 1114 Alberni stn .d. Vanc-ouv.-r. The decasvd
was a well known baggageman on the
C. P. K- He was a native of Sterling.
Scotland, aged 66 yettrtl. Besides a
willow, ther,. ar.. five sons and one
daughter, the latter being Mrs. William Muirhead, 0. Seattle. Rev. A.
JT. MaoQllllvray will conduct tlie services. The deceased was a member
of the Knights of Pythias, A. O. U. W-,
and Sons of Scotland.
FORMER   TENDERLOIN   KING
IMPLICATES  HIGH  OFFICIALS
Our Policy
is to sell Shoes in their season and
carry nothing over.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++*+***+++++++++++++++++
THAT MEANS REDUCING PRICES ON TKE
BALANCE OF SUMMER STYLES AND GIVING
YOU  A CHANCE TO GET    A    NEW    PAIR    FOR
LE39 THAN THEY COST   US.
OUR   SEASON   ENDS       BEFORE    YOURS,    AND
ANY ONE BUYING  NEW     SHOES    NOW    WILL
HAVE NOTHING TO REGRET.
SUCH  A COMBINATION OF QUANTITY AS YOU
HAVE   SELDOM   SEEN.      YOU  OUGHT  NOT TO
MISS  IT  FOR  YOUR SAKE.
+++++a++++++4+44+4+++++++++++++++++++++++4
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN,
HOLMES   BLOCK, COL   UMBIA   ST.,   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COF
FEE8.      OUR 40c COFFEE  (FRESH
GROUND)  IS A WINNER.
^D AMS & DEANS Groceries and Crockery ware
TELEPHONE  97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEW.S
Cried "Wolf" Too Often.
Montreal, Aug. 5.���While a dozen
men In boats looked on and laughed,
nine-year-old Gordon Norman was
drowned vesterday. The men are
laying a new Intake pipe, and have
made a trench fifteen feet deep. Boys
have so often fooled the men Into a
rescue, and ths hoys have been In
no danger, that yesterday the men
laughed at the good exhibition or
drowning. When the boy sank undid not reappear they mode frantic
efforts to save him, but ll was too
late. Efforts at resuscitation were
of no avail.
Los Angeles, Cai., Aug. 5.���Sweep-1
ing aside all the objection of the counsel for the defence. Judge Davis today permitted Nick Oswald, former
"king of the tenderloin.'' to testify
in the trial of former Chief of Police
Thomas H. Broadhead in regard to an
alleged arrangement by which he had
paid city officials of the Harper administration money for allowing him
I to maintain a red light district.
During his testimony this afternoon
i Oswald used the names of former
I*olIce Commissioner Samuel Schenck
former Chief of Polle. EM ward Kern
and former Mayor A. C. Harper, all of
whom were compelled "to resign from
offleie, when the exposue of the alleged combination was made some
months ago.
Fish    Fish
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
_ to a car, at the lowest price. Call or
phone your orders to 101, and have
fresh fish for dinner.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
C   E. TRAVES, Local Manager.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   tOt.
Capabilities of th:  Submarine.
Paris.  Aug.  5.���A    subm��-ine    has
saved  Itself  from  disaster   by   a    remarkable    diving    feat.    During    the
manoeuvres  off  Toulon   the Olrondln
suddenly found herself in  the course
of the  battleship Massena. a hundred
jfeet away.    The tiny Submarine seemed  doomed,   but  her  commanding  ot-
! fleer, with fine presence of mind, sent
iher   below   the   surface   In   the   nick
of 'time.    She dived  Hke  a  flsh, and
the   watch  of   the   Massena  saw   her
disappear beneath  the  battleship.    A
few moments later the submarine came
safely up 'to the surface astern of the
Massena,  cheered  by   the   battleship's
officers and crew.
i. Kaisers Will Meet.
Prague. Bohemia, Aug.  5.���It Is established   that   the  German  and  Austrian   Kaisers  have selected  Schloss-
Harrach   for   the   place   of     meeting,
but  there  Is  a persistant rumor en-
jcouaged   by   tihe   magnitude  of   pr.
' para tions ln Geross-Meseritsch, which
lis the feudal town of Harrach, that,
fin   addition   to   these   two  rulers   th-e
Czar of Russia, the new Czar of Rou-
uianla and Klng Edward of England
will gather there at the same tltoe.
With Throat Cut.
Toronto, Aug. 6.���Samuel Reilly is
ln the general hospital and wlll likely
dl.  as a result    of   having cut his
throat while on a big tear. .
n
5=
Live Stock   Insurance
Live stock Insurance has fast become recognized Ss 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 the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handls 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 polities
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o   two, and the following letter Is a"
instance: .  ���   ���-
New Westminster,   June   23,   1909.
A  W   McLeod. Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New    Westminster, B. C.
Dear sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for      y-t
the prompt settlement made for the   loss of   my mare,.
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed    , ���
yesterday I have already received cheque for $200.00 in
full  payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON. .
You may be the next to lose some  valuable  stock,  enquir.   for particulars. '���������
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,    ":;,.
657 COLUMBIA~STREET. *   '""" PHOMt'*_'".
_s
FUNERAL NOTICE.
Members of Granite  lodge No. 16,
Sl of P., are requested to meet at the
all at 12:30 on Friday. August 6th,
���for the purpose of proceeding to Vancouver  to attend  the  funeral of the
'jate Bro. William Calder, from his late
'residence aim 14 Alberni street.
T. WAttDLAW TAYLOR, C. C.
A. MACDONAU., K. of R. & S.
HURT IN FALL, SCALDED
AND KICKED BY IHORSES
Walla Walla, Aug.- 5.���After having
been thrown fro ma runaway wagon
against a threshing engine, scalded by
steam and then kick_d by a horse,
John D. Delbert lies in an _ureka
_ lat farmhouse between life and
death. ' His injuries are many and
complicated and death may result at
any time.
Delbert was working with a thresher In the capacity of "water buck."
His team shied at a blowoff of the
engine and started to run. .He lost
his balance and fell agalji^t a steam
pipe, which broke, scalding hlm severely. The team had become unmanageable and "Jack-knlflng" turned
about and mixed with Delbert, one of
the horses kicking him ln the stomach.
The Dolphin left last evening for
Crotfon, on Vancouver Island, to
fetch a donkey engine to be used m
connection with the grading operations at the asylum farm at Coquitlam.
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council ot
*he City of Xew Westminster io raise
by loan the sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollars for tht purpose of
advertising tlie City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand .. 4000.001
Dollars in advertising ihe City and
that Uie said sum should be raised on
the credit of iho Corporation.
And Whereas, It appears that it the
6um of Four Thousand ($4000.00)
Dollars bo appropriated tiom the
general revenue of the City lor the
cunvnt 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 tb��� credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
issued for that amount.
And, Whereas, for thv payment of
interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund for tne payment of the said debentures when due,
it Will be necessary to raise by special
rates, iu addition to all other rates,
eacli year during the currency of the
eaid debentures, the sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Fire and 4.-1UU
($236.46)  Dollars-
And, Whereas, in order to raise
the said yearly sum of Two Hundred    and   Thirty-Five     and     4U-10U
FR|DAY.   AUQUST
NOTICE.
Waterworks
sweet
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P.
m.,  at  the  following  places   nam.lv: _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^h
The Council Chamber, civic'building-       Tak*  notice   that   the   above   _s   a
the Fiie  Hail,    Sapperton;    and  the  tnlt'  ����py  of   tlie    W��POSed     By-law
Storehouse,      Eleventh  wllkn wi" be taken into considerat on  I'a-Vin-
,iy the Municipal Council of the City '""  "
of X. v Westminster cne month trom
the date of th... first punlication thereof  in   the   -Daily   News"   and   "Daily
Columbian"    newspapers,   which  first
pu  lication   took   place  on   the   90n<l
day of July 1909, and that
lue, subject to any Actj-JJe   -s,ea��'er
W. A
City  Hall.  July
DUNCAN,
City vJlerk.
2nd.   1909.
Lily liaol Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
a   vote ol
(*.. The proc.eds of toe saia of tbe sufficient to pay the intercut on the
said debentures shall be applied as debentures, and lo create a sinking
follows, and  not otherwise:   Towards  fund for the payment of the | rindpal
the oost of the    passing   or thereof when
this  By-law  and   the  issue and  sal.; or enactment respecting the same,
of the debentures therein referred to. ;    5.    Subject as aforesaid, ther,  shall I
7. This By-law shall take effect on be raised annually by special rates'
the 26th. day of August 1909, and may as aforesaid, during ihe currency ofl
be cited as fib -Waterworks Deben- tb,. S;ib| debentures, the sum of Fif-j
ture.  By-law,  1!'09." teen   Hundred   ($1600.00)   Dollars   for
8. "'his   By-law   before    the    final  the  payment of Interest   thereon  and
S.S.
niaii-K,
afternoon,
tor Lad
electors of the City will be taken  P*88*11*" thereof, shall  receive the as- the  sum of Two   Hund el   and Sixty-
the said
A By-law to enable the Council ol
the City oi New \\ estmlnster to raise
by loan the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars for the purpose of
building a City Gaol and Police Court
Room.
Wherea
proposed bylaw on the
2_th day of August, 1.03, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and flve p.
in., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Flie Hall. Sapperton; and the
Storehouse,     Eleventh
sent of the electors of the said City Five and  96-100  ($265.96)   Dollars  to
ln  the  manner required "bv  law. provide tor the payment of tlie prln-l
Received the assent of ihe electors cipal.
Transfer    ���
ul,,
except .
ner, Sti .
Saturday a,  2 , ,���
Westmlnste,  Sa
Returning,   |ea,
week day morning
Additional    ,,,
leaving New \V,.S...���_...    J   ^n
Waterworks
street.
on the day of 1903.
Reconsidered and finally pas ed
open Council tlie dav of	
1P19.
W, A.
City   Hall.
DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
July   22nd,   1909.
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
it is expedient io erect a
building to be used as a City Gaol
and Police Court Room, and to use
that portion of the Civic Building,
now used tor those purposes, for other
purposes and to expend 'u the erection of the said building the sum of
Six Thousand   ($6000.00)  Dollars, and
that thn said sum sliould be raised on , 	
th* credit of tho Corporation. .
And wiR.i-.-as, it appears thai If the , A 'y ' -�� enable the c,nlncll ol
sum of Six Thousand ($600.00) ;"'<* Clty of -v'w Westminster to rais.
Dollars be appropriated from the ��_,,oaiJnih<3 B^L��� of T?�� Hundred and
general revenue of the City for the ���ftjrJ'?or , J ;'ousani1 (*234,000.00)
current yea,- the rate of taxation will DoHars tor the purpose of Increasing
be excessive, and it is expedient that I','1'; capacity ol the Ciiy Waterworks
such    excessive    taxation    sliould    be '^-V"1.!'"'' ,
avoided, and  the said  sum  should  be       Whereas,    it  is  expedient  to    con-
raised  on   tlie credit  of  the  Corpora- ifn,c'   "fl  additional   Main   Pipe   Line
Hon, and that debentures should  be ��p the City Waterworks SyBtem from
($235.46) IKillars an equal special rate issued for that amount. Coquitlam  Lake  to the  Queens  Park
on   the dollar will  be  required  to  be      And,   Whereas,  for  the  payment Of R*S6rvolr,   and   also  trom   the  Reser-
levied ou the whole rateable pioperty  interest   on   the   debentures  proposed ivo,r lo ,lu' c">' |imils cm Lulu Island-
I   .    m    _____^"^^ to be Usued under tliJs By.LaWj atd |and  for_that purpose to expend the
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures whendue,
It will be necessary to raise by special
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during tlie currency of the
said debentures, the sum of Three
Hundred and Fifty-three and l'J-100
($353.19) Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
Citv Cl.
Mayor
of the City of New Westminster;
And, T"her, as, tlie whole rateable
property cf the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hundred an_ Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($.,391,440.-
00)  Dollars.
Aud, Whereas, the total amount or
th�� existing debenture debt of the
said City is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00; Dollars irrespective of tlie sum of Three Hundred
and   Ninety-four   Thousand   ($394-000.-
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand ($234,00000)  Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears that if the
sum of Two Hundred anil Thirty-
Four Thousand ($234.00) Dollars
be appropriated from the general
revenue of the City for the current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive.
NOTICE.
Tak,-  notice   that  the  above  Is   a
lme copy of  the    proposed    By-law
which will h   taken Into considerat on
by the -Itiniclpal  Councl1 of the C ty
of New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication there
ni   In   the  "Dally   News"   and   "Daily
Columbian"    newspapers, winch frst
pu lication   took   plac,. on  the   -2nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of thv City will be taken
on the said   proposed   bylaw on the
25th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p.
v.,  at the  following places, namely:
The Council  Chamber, civic building;
the Fiie  Hall,    Sapperton;    and  the
Waterworks      Storehouse,      Eleventh
sireet.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
City   Hall,   Julv   22nd,   1909.
6. The proc. eds of the sale o' the
in said debentures shall be applied a-i
. .   follows,  and  not  otherwise:    Idwaris
paying the cost of the passing or
this By-law and the Issue and sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 2.ritb. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "Hospital Debenture
By-law,   1909."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent Of the electors of the said City
ln   the   manner requited   by   law.
Received  the assent  of lhe electors
on  the day of 1909.
Reconsidered  and  finally  passed
Tills schedule
without notice.
For freight and
ply to
stminsi
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day
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to
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open  Council  tin
1909.
City Clerk.
.day of. ,
in
Mayor.  J���ly, l���
''"'������'surer   thereof,  0r bv
person   or  per,,,     . -wi um,,
unto lawfully autb0 ���      ,
3.   Ih.-    gald   di
payable on the th ��� '   :'a|i to
at such place or ��� Ji|. lis.
cil of the said C ''  <W
���l"ie  to  time  appoint ' inajr ,r����l
proval of tb,. 1,0 1 ' ''leap.
shall   bave   attached
for the payment 01 '^
rate of five per cem
the  amount   thereol ''"����
���hail  he payable half ',"..'\ """*
first of Janimrv .nn,,  , ' fy f">4��3
1 .
T��
Hospital Debenture By-Law
1909.
and it is expedient that
said vearly sum of Three Hundred and !Sl,ch excessive taxation should be
Fift. three  and   19-100   ($353.19)   Dol- avoided, and  the said gum  should be
lars'an equal special rate on the dol- raised  on  the credit of  the  Corpora- the City of New Westminster
lar will  be required to  be levied on|t,on-  anfl  ,hat  debentures  should  be by loan the
the whole    rateable    property of the|issll0<l for that amount. ($30,000 00) 	
OO," Dollars proposed to be raised un- City Of New Westminster. An<!- Whereas, for tlie payment of of  granting   tne   same  to   the
der the "Hospital Debenture By-law And. Whereas, the whole rateable .interest on the debentures proposed
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By- property of the said City, according!'0 be issued under this By-Law, and
law 1909," the "Street Improvement to the last revised assessment roll |for c^a'ine a sinking fund tor the pay-
thereof is Five Millions Three Hun- I ment of th'e sal<l debentures when due,
dred and Ninetv-One Thousand, Fouri't wl" be necessary to raise by spec al
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,446.- rates, in addition to all other rates,
00) Dollars each year during the currency of the
And. Whereas, the total amount ot sai(l debentures, the sum of Thirteen
the  existing    debenture  debt of the jThousand,   Seven   Hundred   and   Sev-
Citj is One Million,    Two Hun-
md   Nineteen   Thousand,    One
Royal
NOTICE.
Tak,. notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed Ily-hiw
which will he taken Into consideration
by the Municipal council of the City
of New Westminster on.- month rrom
the dine of the first publication thereof  In   the  "Dally   Lews"  and   "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which frst thereof when due, sul.j
pul lication tork plac,. in the "2nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of the City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on tho
25th day of August, 1909, between the
I hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
nt, at tbe following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic, building;
the Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street.
W. A.  DUNCAN,
CUv Clerk.
City   Hall,   July   22nd,   1909.
By.law 1909,' the "Incinerator De
benture By-law 1909," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 19i)9," ot
wiilch none of the principal or interest is in arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal  Council of tlie Corporation of the City of said
New Westminster enacts as follows:     (.re(.
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor Hundred ($1,219,100 00) Dollars irre
of the said City to raise by way of spective of the sum of Three Hundred
loan from any person or persons, bod     ^^^^^
and Ninety-Two Thousand ($392,000.-
00) Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By-
    law   1909,"   the  "Street   Improvement
not exceeding In the whole the pi"o By-'aw  1909,''    the    "Incinerator De-
of Four Thousand   ($4000.00)   Dollare benture  By-law  1909."   and  the
and to cause the same to be paid into Gaol    Debenture    Bv-law
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.
A By-law to enable the Council ot
^^^^^^^^^ o raise
sum of Thirty  Thousand
for the payment of #"��__*�� X^m^   ^   PU''1K,Se
_ -- proposed Columbian Hospital
Whereas, R ls expedient to grant
the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30-
000.00) Dollars for the purpose of as-
Blsting in the erection of a new building for the Royal Columbian Hospital in this City.
And Whereas, It appears 'hat if the
enty-Four and 52-100  ($13,774...2) Dol- Dol!-,?.    V"^' Tho".s,ln,l  (W0.000.00)
lars. ' ' "��   uoilar^   he   appropriated    from    the
And, Whereas, ,��� order to raise tbe S����K Z�����,  * "* ����*  *�� ^
said yearly sum of Thirteen Thousand beIxcesslve  and t, .,        ^   ,   !_"   ,1 , , 	
Seven Hundred and Seventy-Four and anrh    Y*     1        . expedient that  by loan the sum of One Hundred and
52-100  ($13,774,521    Dollars'  an equal avoided     ndth    said    "    1^1  ,"  Z\ EST���1   -*104'000'00)   Dul""'s
special rate on the dollar wlll be re- SVlc^_J^    nM W    4,?**" ImProrem��"t��-
qmred to be levied on the whole rate- tlon   am? ,1,,,  -'���.    .      h" Cor"ora-    Whereas, oertaln sums of money hav,
able   property- of   the   Citv  of   New uSnMtor that S2___?*  Sh��Uld   ""  ""'^   **"  b""'1   ��*pe*m   out  of  the
Westminster; ' lsSl^   Whe es    f      h 8eDem'   revBnu*3  "f  ""'   Ctly   for   the
And,   Whereas,   the   whole  rateable  interest   n     tii".   h.?i   ���'.* P��-vu>ent of construction,  Improvement and  repair
each and every
said coupons shal] be i',e.'.  -
said  Mayor. ' '   I to
4-    A     special     rati n  ,1,   ,
shall   bo   levied   and "'*
J'-ar,   In   a-ldiilon   :., .   _  **
on  all  rateable   prop,
Sufflcieni   to  pay   tbi '*
debentures,   and   io  ,���,. D ��
fund for the 1 avm.mt of ' .a a%
tcim
or enactment respecting tY"'^
5.   Subject as aforesal
be raised  annually  by
as   aforesaid,   during    i ,.
the said  dclKTiturps
Thousand   Two     Hund
Dollars   for   tip.   paymei
therein, and the sum
dr.-d   and
syj,
:    "'��� 51411
"���'^,wa
curren, ot
',' ��� 1 Vl-.
i 'I .  -|
of interest
��f   Xlne Hun-
Street improvement Debenture By-law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council
ol
1-     __      Twenty-two ($922,001 Dol.
ars to provide for the kjumI
tlie principal. '     l"
6.   The proceeds of the sale of t_
sad   debentures  shall  be applied a I
Allows, and not otherwls,  Y���r_
Paying  the  cost  of  Lhe '
thil[By-law and the Issue and"*!
of the debenture., therein referred _,
1. This Bylaw shall tak. effectoi
he ...ib. day of Augusi 1909, and usi
be oiled as the "Streei Im.ir_e.i__
Delientnr,. By-law,  1911:.
8.   This  By-law  before   tlie   fim.1
passing thereof,  ���ha_  receive th  __|
the City of New Westminster 10"raise f,!"..0-' t,le Pl6(,'���� of th. ��:Jd CUfl
-- In,'he  "Banner reqAh-ed       Taw,
Rec-lved the assent of the e'wtwfl
on  the dav of... . p....
Reoonsldered and finally pasted in
"_09n C��l""'il the '���'���''>' of.
that amount.
..c,,v I    Ana.   wnereas,  the  whole  rateable interest "olll den ^l,JRymcnt ��f ?>�������t~-. ���-. 	
ti,    Tr,,,.   ���,   ,     e 10 o? Paul into card    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    ot! Property of the  said  City   according t" be  L?,ph   ,���a fel��^tu���s Proposed of certain streets and sidewalks, and citv n��__
!Z        1 I   ,h_ ^aidlCltjr f��r ,nc wh:c'> none of the principal or Inter- *��   the  last  revised   assessment   roll tor t-eattoe  . _?n���f- '. S P^-T' and U ls ' x""<lk'"t "'�� ��'1',i"" "ddn.ona. C"5  U rk
pupoesnentioned herein est  is in  arrears. thereof, is Five  Millions.  Three Hun-  ___nf_fthf tt^11^ ,or1,ne "a-v" BU,,1'*i be Spent In like manner, amount.
2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor     Now ,herefor- tha Mu-ini^i n�����n.idred and Ninety-One Thousand   Four   t will hJII I _ kb'ntu^ Whendue, Ing   in  all     (With   sums    alksad,   so
Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445.-  ratei   in    . i-i?v    y.      ?'s''by spec,al S1",,l,   '"   the  sum   of  On,.  Hundred
00)  Dollars. JM4&    2ff-j�� a   '   ;'" to al]  other rates, and Four Thousand ($104,000.00)  lio   . tr,uf f"Vy of
eacn year during the currency of the lars. i which will be
Mayor.
to
to
in  addition  to
ini,J?ereaf'.the.total amount or ��ud_2SiS
Now therefore the Municipal Coun-
cause   any   number  ol   debentures  cil of the Corporation of the City of
be   made,    not exceeding  in   the Xew Westminster enacts as follows-
?iinn-nnf nU,.    0t , Four    Tho"!,:lm,      !���    �� shall be lawful for the Mavor ,
0M) ��olla'*-  f0r suc,h  8UmB ot of the said City ,0 raise hv way of the   existing    debenture  debt  of  the Hundred
____*_iE-_^_  ^'  reqU"Vd'  T 1PFS  l��an from any person or personsYody ^id  City is One Million,    Two Hun- [$._%,   n.,,, .
JlZl It            f ��r,a ., equh;al"nt ��r hodles corporate, who may be will- M   ^i   Nineteen   Thousand      One "Ij 'VY   '-"   ,        ,                            Sand   (��104.000.00)   Dillars   be  appro-
^pressed  in1  pounds  sterling; of the Ing to advance the same on the credit  Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   Irre- eaid ve__v __m  ��/*!__   t0 rals8Ule Priated    from    tbe   general    revenue
li-1-nd     afav-l G���at.^in and  0f  the  debentures,    hereinafter  men-  B|.ective of the sum of One  Hundred d?-,1 *����*     K vkL.   "?1i'"",J.m' ��f      *_      C,ty      for      *�����    current
��m_-   .tPHin.         ,    ,         ,Y��i   he  tlone'*'  ^V   Sl,m  0r  sums  ��f  money.  a"d   Sixty-Four   Thousand    ($164,000.- ($17669.   Don���          aD<1      Mb"1'"  yeHr     ,lie     ra,e    of     ta^'"'��i     will
pound  sterling;   and aJl  such  debent- not  exceeding in   ihe  whole the sum  00>  D011*��� pronosed to be rals<vl  un- A-   ,   '  V ,,           :l" 9q"a' "-""   '- ���- -, -
ures shaU ,be  sealed  with  the    Seal of-  Six   Thousand   ($600000)   Dollar-1^  the  "Hosplta IDebeSfur.By-law gUfi" * ��H" "'", be "Quired  ��o be such
of  the    Corporation    signed   hv    the  _���- .- -o�����o n,  .. _    __,. ._.. nnno" .h- ..wo.- ,._ ~_,          ' _ 'eviea on tlie whol
Take
NOTICE.
noilce  that  the store is *���
the      ; v;i',..._     By.law
tAk. 11 Into consi'de/at-on
on,   a,11?0 "!"" of Sevent.-en      And Whereas, It appears that If the 1,y tne Municipal < otwcil ol the CUy
ami   htxty-Five    and    96-100 sum of One Hundred and Four Thou- of Nl'w Westmlnetei m- month trom
And Whereas^^^^^ sail(*  (*1I,4.0(JOOU>  Dollars   h.- appro- ^e date of the flrst puWicattoaibarj
s   Irre- said 	
J        '     for     the
Corporation    signed  bland    countersign.
Treasurer  thereof,  or  by
person or persons as m
unto lawfully authorized.
_f___.    _���_-  ��� 1 " _- _���     the and t0 cause the same to be paid Into 1909," the "Water-orks Debenture Bv- of th_ fit. ��.  v���   Y'-���"
Mayor   and    countersigned    by    the the Treasury of the said Cltj^ for the law  1909,"  the  "Street  Improvement      -25    YiY :N_ew Westminster;
Of  In   tho  "Dally   News" and "i-U.
Columbian"   newspapers, whic. f.m
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       putiilisition   took   ].i.i.v I H H
special  rate  be excessive, and it is expedient that  tlay nf Ju,>'  ]1H'9. ;!"'i :hat a   .te 0!
excessive   taxation   should   bo
rateable property  avoided, and the said sum should  be
raised  on   th0 credit
 ���._. , >uii...<_   _ii   me civun of  the  Corpora-
_.     _..,   ...  ���-it, ,-    -���,..-.. .,    And,   Whereas,   the   whole  rateable  tion,   and   that  debentui-s  should   he
such oth r purposes mentioned herein.                   If/,        i,   .       ���.������ Inolnel*t0r,  De" property  of the   said   City,  according Issued  for tha. amount,
person or persons as may be there-;    2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor  ��entu**e By-law  1909,    and 'he "City to   the  last   revised   assessment    roll 1    And,  Whereas, fo:
^^^^^^ ^^^                           to  cause   anv   number  of   debentures pf?1    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    of  thereof,  Is  Five  Millions. Three  Hun-  interest   on   the
3.   The    said   debentures  shall   be  to   be   made,    not  exceeding  ln   the wh ,    Ponr of the prin: !>al "r ir,r"r" ''""'     v;	
payable on the first day of July 1959, whole   the
the   last
ereof,  is  Fiyj
dred and Ninety-One Thousand
Hundred
ar ths payment of
debentures   proposed
the electors of tb. City will be taker
<>n the said   proposed   iylaw on tl*
2.ith day of August. ;������,���., iieiweeii tie
hours of nine o'clock a 111. and five p.
tii-. at the  follow.ng places, namely: |
The Council Chamber, civic Imilding;
the  Flie   Hall,    Sappenon;    and the I
Waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleven*!
���
1 ehall ^^^^^^^^^
;:j-ear, In addition to all other rates
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the Interest on the
debentures, and to create a sinkin_
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5.    Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be   raised   annually   by   special   rates
as  aforesaid,  during  the  currency  of
.the said  debentures, the sum of Two
Hundred     ($2011.00)     Dollars   for   the
A specia! rate on the dollar 3. The said debentures shall be
be levied and raised in each payable on the first day of July 1959
'"""" at such place or places as th" Council of the said Corporation may from
time io time appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
shall have attached to them coupon-
tor the payment of interest at ihe
rate ol five per centum per annum on
thi amount thereof, which Interest
Bhall be payable half yearly on the
flr-t 1 f January and the first day of
July. In each and every year, and the
  said  eo--ons  shall   b-  signed   by  the
payment of Interest  thereon, and the said  Mayor.
sum    of      Thirty-Five     and     46-100      4.   A    Bpeclal
cause
____,      1909,"    the
same   to   le   paid   into bentnr.
the Treasury of the Bald, City for the Gaol    Debenture
purposes mentioned  Herein. which
($35.46)    Dollars   to   provide   for   the
repayment of the principal
0. Tbe proceeds of the sale or the
said debentures shal] be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Tnwsris
paying th.- cost of the passing of
this By-law and the Issue and sal.-
Of the debentures therein ri ferred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may  be
b_   cited   as  the  "Advertising  By-law as  aforesaid _      __w 	
1909." the said debentures, thP Sum of Throe
8. This By-law before the final Hundred ($300.00) Dollars for the
passing thereof, shal] receive the as-j payment of Interest thereon and the
sent of the electors of the said City'sum of Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($63.19)
In   the  manner required  by  law. 'Dollars to provide for the repayimnt
Received the assent of the electors [of the principal.
rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised ti each
year, In addition to all othor rates
on -ill rat.able property of the City.
sufficient to pay the Interest on the
debentures, and lo create a Rinkini.'
fund for the payment of ihe principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
Subject as aforesaid, there shall
raised   annually  by   special   rates
during  ihe currency  of
to   be   made,       _ 	
whole the sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Kour     Thousand       ($234,000)
Dollars,    for    such    Mill's    of   money
as     may     b-'     required,     not     less  loan fn
than   $100.00  each,    or .11   equivalent
expressed   in   pounds   sterlin, 	
l'nited  Kingdom of Groat Britain and  of  the  debentures
,'reland,    at  a   value  of  4._ilG  to  the  tioned,  any   sum
pound sterling;  and all such debent- not  exceeding In
shall   ie   sealed   With   the     Seal  of
Corporal mn    Signed   hy    lhe
ind    countersigned    by    ihe
Treasurer   (hereof,   or   by  such   1 ih.r
person  or  persons  as  may  be   thereunto  lawfully authorized.
3,    Th--    sniii   debentures  shall   be
payable on the first day of July 1959,
at   such  place or places      	
ell of the said Corporation may from
time   to  time appoint,    with   Hi
proval of the holders
Bvhw   1900" Incla,',rau'.   Dp'  'evled on the whole rateable property
By-law  1909,    and the "City of the City ���f New Westminster-
By-law    1909,"    on    And,   Whereas,   the   Whol.,  rateabl.
,,,,,_        .    ���   ���-..  according
I to   the   last  revised   assessment   roll
It shall be lawful for the Mayor >st is fnwrelr?8 ^"''^ ��'^I.Wfr"<* i*?��8_  CM.".'"*
o   cause   any   numb, or   deh ^^ff^S^Ti ? _ ^WT*  '*  f" ***Z��^&
of the C ty of dred and  Ninety-On* Thousand
11 .-on ,     1 0D.a?t- as fo""ws: Hundred   and   Forty-Fl"
II shall bp lawful  for the -Mayor 00)   Dollars
ol   the  said   City  ,0  raise  hy  way of.     And, Whereas   the total -i
m any person or persons,   odv the   existing    debentur.
or bodies corporate, WhtMnay he will- .aid  Citv  '
or  the in<; to advance ihe same on th
I un :
of   the
Mavor
amount or
,    - debt of  the
_..,_    _ ls 0n" Million,    Two Hun-
credit  dred   and    Nineteen   Thousand        ne
hereinafter men- Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollar's   irm
or sums of money, spective of the su,,, of Two Hun 1 ��� ed
ihe  whole the sum and  Ninety-Four Tho,,s-ln    .*���        ,,
rhlrty  Thousand    $30,000.00)   DOL 00,  ix,Uara propos. in __      1
ars and to cause th   same to be paid dei  Z  '"i. ST_*__s_    il i��
nto .)���. Treas���.,v ?f ,.���. sain City for 1909," ,i���. "WaterwoS?I***    '  aW
the purposes mentioned herein. law  1909"  the "Bt__.
2.    1, shall be lawful for the Mayor By-law   1909."    the    "Inclner-,  ,   n_
to  cause   any   number  of   debenture  benture   Bv-law  1909"  _���,��?'     '
to   be   made,     no,   exreedlng   in   tho Gaol     Dob ,,t,7re    By-law * 190��, ���
whole   Die   sum   of   Thirty   Tiln���E������,i  n,i.in-      .   .    uylaw    WW.
benture By-
Improvement
Front street..
Agnes  street   . . .
Dufferin  Btreet   .
McKenzie street
Lorne street ...
First  street  ...   .
Second street   ...
Third street . .   ..
Fourth street  ...
Fifth  ati-Bal   . ..
Seventh street . ��� ���
Eighth street ...
Nanaimo streel   .
Twelfth streei   ..
Thirteenth stn ei
Fourteen!!,  stre I
Hamilton streei
Dublin street ...
I-dln! tirgh street
London street ..
Tenth street
"City
Alberta street  .
"j  Coburg street.  .
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ I/Slth street  . ..
���_, sllr'h Hums of ��.t Is In  arrears     ' '"" "' Royal avenue
���__e _.M ._ ^   be  rerptired,  not lesj |    Now therefore lhe Municipal c������n. Queen', avenue
an  equivalent cl of the Corporation of tho Citv  "f Wth avenue
as the Coun_| ($30,000.00)  Dollars, ^ __*_ST3 mt Sf^t?" i;r'n",pal 0r ^
. __._w   ���j*  refinfrvd    nn.   ia��_ I    M^w *\*.
��i[)- than $100.00 each,
!_H__*!:J!_^^ S New Westm,n8'
l'or
th
the
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed in
op*n Council the day of	
1909.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take  notice  that   the  above   is   a
true  copy of the    proposed    Bylaw
which will be taken Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster one month from
the date of ih0 first publication there
of ln   the  "Dally   News"  and   "Dally
Columbian"    newspapers,  which  first
publication   took   place on  the   22nd.
dav of July 1909, and that a vote or J1909.
the electors of the <"lty wl'l b.. taken
on tiie said   proposed   bylaw on th61
25th day of August, 1909, between the City Clerk.
f,. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
fol'.ows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of ,he passing or
this By-law and the issue and ualv
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
he cited as the "City Jail Debenture
By-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before the final
pass'ng thereof, shall receive the as
sent of the electors of the said City
ln   the   manner required   hv   mw.
Re-;ei.ot] the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed In
open Council the day Of	
m /__-._.
payment of Interest ai the
rate of five per centum per annum on
amount thereof, which interest
shall bo payable half yearly on uhe
first of January and th0 nrst day of
July, ln each and every year, and the
said coupons shall be signed by the
said  Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall he levied and raised In each
year, In addition to all other ratea
on all rateable property of ihe City'
sufficient to pay the Interest on the
debentures, and to oront.,. a slnkng
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same
thr
Ireland,
thereof,    and  expressed   In   ____���.w__Kl__r_V?___ SLVwST11 .��f ,ho Cl,>' ot r,	
PW. Westminster enacts as follows-    Fo,lrth avenue	
, , .   _��� i.f1* sha" be lawful for the Mavor slx,h avenue	
noun-  .hM!.! Va,U/  ?'  4'866,t0 the Tf th.e Sald Clty to raise bv way of Seven,h ftvenile     "'
pound sterling;  and al]  such debent- loan from anv person or Llr. h    Eighth avenue 	
ures shaU .be sealed  with the   Seal or bodies op/po,*? wK �� w_.   Whl *SSS*........ ������-
M-vo.    aCo;porat,on    "'Sn*"  by    the ing to advance the same on the credit Tenth avenue	
TrXurer  ?her?olrntr'fnea     ���X   .��"" ._  "if  debCn""^"-    **����&221��*��������3 Btreet, Blair and Bu-
iree.surer thereof,  or  by such other tioned, any sum or sum. of mn... I    chanan avenue
person or persons as may be there- not exceeding In  the whol�� th    ?Z
unto lawfully authorized. of One Hnndml and fw ti,        ^
3    The     said   debentures  shall  be  ($104,000,000)   Doltali ^ ?0,,"and
payable on the. first day of July 1959, |the same to be paid Into th   t
at such place or places as the Coun-jof the said City for th_ ���,"L_,
cil or the said Corporation may from |t'oned  herein
time to time appoint,    with  the ap.
to cause
_.. ��� ..... Treasury 1
Ulty for the purposes men-1
Stieots generally
Total  	
3.0*
3*
lllfl
-4*
5*
:i.b'��
_,S��
1.IW
���> .'III
600
l.bOO
1,200
1
500
500
300
iiO
300
400 I
2 500
1,100
1,1)00
2,500
1,500
1.500
1,400
500
1,(100
4,600
J1II4,W��
Incinerator Debenture
Law, 1909.
5- Subject as aforesaid, therv shall Ith
be raised annually by Special rates
as aforesaid, during ihe currency of
the said debentures, the sum of
-le,ven Thousand Seven Hundred
($11,700) Dollars for the payment of
Interest thereon, and the sum of Two
Thousand   and   Seventy-Four and   52
Council
Imlns
proval of the holders th^��7"����'to^^n^."^ 9 fib SfZ
shall have attached to tbem coupons to be madef not eXceedl__ 2 T
for the payment of interest at the whole the sum of One HimdJ. ���_-
rats of five per centum per annum on Four Thousand  ($104000001    __n A ny*law te enabl�� ll'
e  amount  thereof,    w_ich   Interest for   such    sums   0f   money   -    -  " the Clfy of N��w Wesl
__,..., yearly  on   the be    required,    not    less than
first of January and tho flr..t day of each,    or   an   equivalent   __nm_._-    . -   ���	
July, ln each and every year, and the In    pounds,  sterling    of      .���-_    tt u   of   building an  Incinerator
- -     b    w      tne    Unit.,    Wheraa, it Is expedient -
and  nrovomrvni   nf  nonlmrv  coti'lhi""-''   .
inclrerswr
of
, to i*19'
riiouBsn"
purpW
shall  be payal.Io half yeariy 'on   .he b_'   required!'   not��r|e��0*hL VtX, by 'oan the "sum of Twenty
_.__.  _.     irss  .nan  $100.00  ($20,000.00)   Dollars   for   Iho
-e��se_ of   bulM|nK a���  Ind
said coupons shall  be signed by the ed    Klngdoin of   Great'' Brlt-ln   ��"i!,"!    Whcra��. Il 's expedlcnl tor tne
said Mayor. Ireland,    at  a value  of  4 Sfifi    ��� ?u    Provement   of  sanitary
���-..n,l     .lr.rlln. ..J    .1.     -.      .        J0    l"
*ii *t    speclal    rate on  'he  dollar pound sterling:  and al)
100   f_2074-;_i  TV>n��r.Y   ,,'.   ,T'  ""   8ha"   be  levled   and   ralH��d   In  each ureg shall ibe sealed with  the"""__"_ B"uuia oe nunt tor ine uen-.-       ���,
iho li_.���# 72*��* __J_��V de ror &��.  ,n Ml .'.Mnn  to ��''  other rates, of the    CornoratJon   Zlt,,L *__ ���<����e at the cost of Twenty TW
���<mh _ _     e M'e   C'ty   that   a   puhlic
1.^   .���-e,Tnt- B,10"'<1 be built for the desiniHon
Mayor, the repayment of the principal,
ir.   in a-flitinn   to  all   othor  rates, of the    Corporation    signed  hv   Vl    rei use  at  the  cost  or   n
all rateable  property of the Olty,  Mayor    nnd    counter.slgn.il    *Z    fh    Sa,1('   (��20,000.00)   Dollars. (lw
uy      in.        AnH  Whn-uio   Tt anne.nru 'lull "
And Whereas, It appears FRIDAY.  AUGUST 6.
1909.
THE   iiAli.
K 8.
PAGE   HKVKN
 ' 00)  Division ol Nee Westmlnste   Dl
,      fated    from     thl        (I      'In-    name    add-.- ,    ������	
,,,,   | ,| .   to,   iii    ....-ion  m    to,   appllcan   I    ,,.
rata oi u_tati-i   will  couver    Power    Compan;
.     Ap,(ii.ni Uiu.1   having  it.-   bead offla   b    tin
. , jatioi    ��� v'.iid    in-  Vancouvei,   Brltisl   Columbia   In    i
eaid  -nn should  ���������   capi aj    ol    $2500, I,  divide,
I     0i   in,   Corpora- 2.600,000   shun.-,,   of    $l.ni,    euch   .,
.,,', tttiires  ��� I'"11"-   !"   fullj   paid up
..nun. i, i 'i'i.,   iiaim   oi   th.   taki
I,,,   in,, payniei.   ol  ,,,   uource   iii   unnami .     hi   d
,,,,    debentures proposed -n.,,,   tj   an     unnamed
... . .   this By-*Lavi   a"11  from   the    northeai      emp   I
.,,,,111, fund forthepaj   Mlslllloei   river,  North
lebenturee when due, Jllk.t ,._j_iiaii {liver,   ai  o   aboi
,, j to raisi b   ��� i1"1-11'  mllei   from ia mouth
on  io all other rates      ,v. ry.  ,w,i,lt  01   division  li   i
uj   ii,,  currency ol t'i   qvi   miles  torn  tin   |unc loi
i,   sun, oi One Thou. _.,.���,.|,  win, -Hju rivi
dred and Seventy-seven      (d). Th.   auan.tj   ol   watei  i
. 10)  Dollan n���   (jn  cm,,,     feel   pe   secon I ancoi
:'  "'"'eiU' "IY I,   <'"l,i<  YY} ** K'"'",ul Tbe. i���     Memorandum ol
,���   ,,.  (me  Ihousand ,e,     Ibe      ,:���aracV:ol      tb. latlo.      ,      l���    ft,.,,,,;,, wblcl,
"���'";"'v"" .''.���'...,.. 'K"",1U  worl��s Is the dlversioi    , .-.,.���..,.,    .v,,,,,,,,,
"' """lll..s_ .,,."..!. '"'"''' ,b-'  ""'""* '"' (li""- "'"l:l-   ! li su fdllowi
lecti   for    which    the
_,
I.     ,   re " n      u
uel   in,    ,,i    d
. , BB   polo    o;   (II- j lb
,i      o        rein -,.       Thl    I
'. ii       rlvei v i
aud dlfferencs   " ' "
ilnl ,,   ������          ,i i oi
iii.on    801   i ��� -
.,,      lo     lull       -,     le
.   proposal   v,, ;     will
.,   es     (      Tin    noon   tin   7:1.   daj   "t
.plication    will   be
ommissio ie
E.90S
addreseei   o   an
oi  llcensi    whi   di
i,    i .....   island
'   e ..l|p jl:.-- ���
for   the
��� mtalnln.     160  sc
..III   I" .   VI.
'    ,H    FORD.   AgeUt
190!.
AT THE HOTELS.' I __M*D __K <-^UA
Rangi     ins
on,  "
���������    ipa   on     sales
in   ' ���-, tnisslo
,1,  Glvi   , ''''' deac
lai
anted  oi
B   F   DlcklnB,
.a., en   -
v ->"be affected    '                     ���        '������'n i   is
works   eiii,,.    abl sei              ���   "'   Kee,   Islam ,   .ivies
��� 809     Ap-
hi    vh,,., , ,���   hu.
In   '���'  ,.,,  ei  mon  .,
S    10HNSON,
Per S.  H   ford, Agent
um   6th   1908
'   '     '"'   r rimer      T?-  wiu'"wu-v''   ;""��"1>   am
���]    raieai.i.   p.i'pn>   allU   Ut(.  ,.;.,���m, .!���,,.-,,;   ��� Company I, bllshed and   i   which
' '���'' '','   '..:,; ,.,.,    ll),'r''W1111 '"' a wa""    ' '��� " impani   ass    restricted
loi ,  wate, and water v.,
.,   ,.-. -ecorded  wa- Y
I     has
.,.    the   whole  rateable  ,,,,   P,.Ui,..l,:U),l  ���f   ,.,,.,
In   sain  Clty^aocortUnj  ohanical,    InfluBtrlal    ai
-    o   Coat    RAnge Om
;'  no v.    hi       mei   tn i tson  oi
roi
���
I
I   ���
p.  total amouni <-'.
i. In liiuic   debt   of   the
Million.    Two Hun
r ������   Thousand line Hun
10) dollar. Irrespec :������ ���
,   Three   Hundred   and
Thousand     ($8784)00..
,.   d io lie raised  un
Debenture   By-law
��� rworki Deb, ntm> By
"Street   Improvement
',..,'   ...       thi     "Inclneraior   De-
i    :.09" and the "Cit
By-law    1909,'
|, be ji-meipai or inter-
���
|  . ���,   .he Municipal  Coun-
i of thi        on tlon of ihe City of
���  enacts as follow*:
.   lawful tor the Mayor
to raise  bj   way  ot
4. -. : sol or persons, bod
���    who may be will
toappl   fo oi      pu
viiege, .  ���   ',,  '     .'.     "��� ���-'������ ������-
tramways    and works,i and  maintaining ,,     .'   .'."'
ta vlnci, suci, ught, bei , ���. ���    Ble its   powei  bouse-   gene,   n,
und avi..ii. mini dam  and suol   0 be   l
premlsei      ,,-. ���   ;-' '���-<���-   as    are
feed   assessment   joj    purposes   and  psrticull ,,
. Millions.  TIii-m-  Hun    eratlon  ol   motors,  mm ; ���),   corn
,���,   Thousand, Four |1K|liIU_
.    vl'ivi     (#6,89. ���������!..
ar   sui tain
If,. Tin
water ��  to be used  Is    to g and .                 hi generating   i   elec
electric power,  llghi    an:: bei ir                           ���' power, or an; other
traction,   lighting,    beating, ' "���<:   powei     am     tot
taring -nc ni. and    ������������ - sami    o b<   used by
i.n,.-   purpoBei   to  which ma; ��� "    :''                       '''   persons ot  oom-
applied. pa"' Int  with thi   con pany
v. li  the watei   li  to tx Used roi   then                 motive  nowe   for the
power m   mining    purposes d s
the place wii.,-,    ii   waiei is to :���. re
show   ol     , iv     i- li i
'���  ��� h   - '      Applying ror
.  ,    he whoh   Bland, containln.    6i  nt ������-
Yf.  '"��������������� '���  "������"���
.1A-1RS   9, ATMu v
Per S   H   I'ORn,   _gent
Dl -er!  June  'i'h,  1909
'
turned  to .some  naturti   chann.
the    difference    tn    " . udi   betw,  n
"1  ixiini ol    diversion and  poiui ol
turn.     Tin   wati i  l_ :    ;.,   returned
Russell   Hotel.
Hamiltoi    v
.   :-.'��� ing    Vancou
Pl llllp, v.-wtoii   !, > a
lo ���   m   ',   Sa,,   F ��� ������ ������ ������<���
������������',    Vae	
W. P
badne
v,    ii   si ��� adn ���
.i   Sianf. id   Victoria
Norman     li Seal le
.   :-i eel
Vancouver.
i.   B, Cam ancou ������
Wo... ���.���    .    nholm
M   B. Slate ncoUvei
0  B Shi onto.
Clara   La   ��� i luth
Windsor   Hotel.
Merman Wo ��� Ison   P -ina   Rupe
���\   i.   i.,ui:-. in   Vai :ouve
'��� -.,.   Si i.e.   |,     ,...  .,
Chas. 'i    Ai tierton   Mothe we
Wilson   Glasgow. Sco land.
i-,   Stephens   wim,.
l-l, .1   Pennington   \'i>:"
i,   '.'. en   ������     ������"   ���'
0.   Heritage   Seattle   Wa I
��� ���  Sv an ������>.   _ an I	
���.      . ���      I, Vs ie'on ver.
Mrs.  C.  C.   Pert -ei.  Seattle.
i,  Mionterell, Detroit.
W, T, Hays   Kansas i
:��� i  imas  \ew York
.1   v.    ..-.'..,,,:.      v.,.  york.
Rober   Cook,    i ancouver.
Hope, N'- v.  York.
i. ���    ",   Clui terton   i'1 mve
���ff D'f ilf* i-),f' N
Make, Your F.XPENS_:3 Light
Miike, Your niSCUlTS 1
Miike, Your CAKF.S Lipht
M.k-, Vour BUNS Light
Mnk-8 Your LABOR Light
ORDER FROM YOUR    'tSfSg^Q
f- W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto. Ont.
-
' '
m ' If
��� ���
SEARCH FOR BONES
IN ASPHALT BEOS
   Ooai    Range One
Take notice that Bergeta And eon
motors     ii.:���.'..-���   ���   .-.i  '* ': Is to apply for permission to pur
...   othi    " i I - >,   tr, ''l;  Vancouver, B. C, occupation, ladj
,���   -he Coi pan;   to con- ch;' '  ;be following describe
v ,,_  or as a    motive     Commenclikg at  a  p,--.   planted  li
lelling tramways  Or Tor !be bay at northwest corner of Maun   ble the Minister of Put.lie Works, at
art, _       ,    : _       ......     all .nd.  the largest  Island   ir.   the   in   Ottawa,   plans    of    said  booms  and
to the  North  Am, oi  Bnt.ard"_i        :     :i   crushing    smelting. as  ����   >"'"Y    2*tMJ'.m; .6th; 1909'
a,  or ti.-ar the place where th,   I -   ��  r'"'    ;       ' ��Pera* Yf   Y.Y''  the  wholp  Y'"nA-  con'
nt power hous,   oi  thi   applies. ' rn!l.v :" adapted or
Palaeontologists  Make  Wonderful  Discovery   of   Remains   of   Prehistoric Beasts.
- :..1. ed      The   dlfferenc     ol eleva '*'' hf "R"ri or auppllr. for or in con
tion  between  polnl oi   diverBioi    and
,. ..- :   of return  is a.1.        220    lee:
i j i. 1 he  ar.u   of Crov I    in
tended to  be Occupied  V   :!:,   ;,:'.>|mi-.j
e"same on the credit  w'orks wiil I,o;  '*<'''"- 80 acres
hen-inaiier  men T"is   notla  was  pos ������   on _te
le:..
D with any other purposes foi
which tlectrl I .. electric power
mav Ibe applied Or required. Ipi H'or
rend rir.c w;,!-r.r and wat.��v power
tot  B8<   application and dis-
taining  fin acres  more  or  le-v
BKRGFTA  ANujSRSON,
Pfti   S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated .Tune 6th, H��09.
r   sums of  money, _1::l!l-  li\b     \lllh  l��th    "ay of July
District  of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice thai Frank .]axvib��on.
tton by meeting dams, increasing of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, far-
the h��ad of water In any existing'mer, Intends to apply for permission
bmly of water, or extending the atve'to   purchase   the  following   described
I exceedini :"  whole ,he sum  l!n*   and application will  p,   mad,   to t),^f   diver.inp  the waters  of  any  lands:
sand  ($20,000.0,1,  Dod-  ^ejf��m�������ow,��' ��E lb<   -    h uaJ' ol  Mroam. pond or  lake into  any  other      Commencing  at  a   post   planted   1n
channel  or channels, laying or ^reet- a small  hav on north shore of Pe>nd
ins  any   lin<�� or  flume   pipe  or  wire ,island.    Dfited  .lime  6;h   190..      Ap-
entlO-ed   herein. isosciauon   or   tne    company    whieli oonseimctinp  anv  racewaes   reservoir, plying  for  the whole  island, contain-
.... wful for the Ma. or authorizes  the    proposed    application j^^j,,^   wpl7.-vhw.i     building,    or'lng SO acres more or l_s
_*      ___.._. -     O Ti A    -ar.vlra       r*_��o Ac     & c    Ts\   i_ i _!���_ ���
:,.  same to be paid  Auj.,uS'" 190i*
The  paT
as-sciauon   of   the
nvaaurj   ���', the said City for      Th'-  part  of    the   memorandum  ol
which
booming grounds, together with a de
scrtptlon Ol the site thereof, and have
also deposited a duplicate of each in
the office of the Registrar Of Deed--
for the said District of New Westminster, in which district said works
are proposed to be constructed, in accordance with the requirements oi
faction 1 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act." Chapter 116, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
DatPd .Time 24. 1909.
WHITESIDE   &   EDMONDS,
Solicitors for
Pitt River lumber Co.. Ltd.
FIRST  STREET   SEWER   NOTICE.
other vH-c-tion or work which n>av be
canst -      I   mber  of   debentures  aD(i *'��rks.  reads as follows:
>_e d exceeding   in   the      CD. The    objects   tor     which    the required   In  connection   with   th/lm-
k_ ���     ��� '  Twenty  Thousauid  eompsay  is v-stahllshed and to which  pt.vem��nt and use of the said water!
}. ���      rs for such sums of  Objects    the company    are    restricted   an,,   water   power  Or  hy  altering,  re-1
Oni l   require-   no-,  .see wore   the    acquisition   ot     water    and newing,  extending,  improving,  repair- i
han $'.        ��������� or  an equivalent   water pow_r i;,y  records of unrecord- ing or  maintaining  an>   s���ch   works,!
tan 1 in pounds   sterling  of  t_�� ��d   water  or   by     the     purchas.-    ot  0r anv part  tht>r<\Tr
tnlt_l Kingdom of Great Britain and  water  records    or    water    privilege VANO0TJVBR   POWERCO'Y
Ireland.   ��: a rslna  of  4.S66  to the !or. : ,ei������.���,.-\   ^   n   �����   ��___
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  .Tune 6th,  1909.
The Municipal Council of the Corporation ol the City of New Westminster, having by resolution determined and specified that it is desirable to carry out the following works
that is to say:
Tc construct a sewer to be known
Line
Jound sterling; and all  such debe.it-      (a).    Constructing,    operating    and
shall    ��� :   with   the    S.-at  maintaining   electric     works,     power
bf the   I   "  ' i-.gned  by    the houses,  geni-raiing   plant    and    sucb
slayer   and   t-ou_:�� "s.gned    by    the-other appliances and conveniences as
Hope.
LID.
A.   E.
(Signature!   F.   H.   W
Beck,   Dtrer-.ors.
.). V. AriT>��trong. Secretary.
P,  0.  Address, Vancouver. BC.
reasurer there,:. or   by  ��uch  other'are   nocesasry  .and    proper   for    the   [Seal of the Vancouver Power Coy.,
Ltd 1
LAND   ACTS,
Distr.ct of Ooasi  Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, ot
'
person or l*rson& as  may   be   there-  generating  of  electricity    or    electric
pnto lawfully authorised, power,  or    any    othe   form    of    de
ll,  T_    Bald di -vures  shall  be vetoped   power,  and  for  transniiiting
ayaUe on the Owl day of .luly ls-59.  the same to be used by the company
kt such place ni  placet as the Coun- or by persons or companies OOntraot-
Kl ot the said Corporation may from ing   with   the    companv   then-tor,  as
tinie to time appoint     w'.nh   tbe  ap- a motive  power for the operating  ot
(irovai of tii.   holders    thereof     and  motors,  machin.-rv,   or   electric   light- J ancouver.  H.  C, occupation. JeweWf,
>_ali hare ;iiiMh^'. to them coupons  ing or other works, or lo be supplnM .intends  to  apply    for    permission to
lor :he payment ol  interest    at  the  by   the   company   to   consumers     for iPur?hase    the    following
rate of five per cer,-. :m ;.er annum on .heating or as a motive power for pro
the amount  thereof,     which   in. rest ' pelling   tramways,    or     for     dr.vmg
khall be paya! le half yearly   on   the  hauling,     lifting,     pumping,   lighting,
first of January and the first day of crushing,  smelting, drilling and m
(July, in   _<h and ... -ry year, and' tb-   Ing or for any    other operations    ic
dd coupons shall be signed by the which it may be adapted or to be
^ald Mayor. used or supplied for or ln connection
4. A special rate on the dollar with any other purposes for which
Wall be levied and raised in each electricity or electric power may be
b':---   in addition   'o  all   other   rates, 'applied   or   required.
v ratea   ,        .party of the  City.,    (g). Eor      rendering      water    and
e'ent to pay  th,   Inter, st  on   the  water  power available  for  <i--h>,  appll-
District of  Ooast   Range One.
Take notice that  Adoiph  O.  Johnson, of Vivncouver, B. C., occupation,  as  the    First  Street  Sewer.'   on the
farmer, intends  to  apply  for permis-j follow ing streets,'namely;
sion  to  purchase    '.he    following tie- I    Dickinson Btreel   between Merrivale
scribed lands: and Elliott s'reeis.
Commencing at a post planted on
the n_nh shore of Crib island. Dated
June 6th. 1909 Applying for the
whole island, containing 90 acres
more  or less
ADODPH  O, JOHNSON,
Per  S   H.  FORD.   Agent.
Dated  June 6th.  1909.
New Westminster  Land   District, District of New Westminster,
Take notkv that Wilfrid IV>ngali of
Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    ln-
,1 escribed
ands:
Commencing al  a post planted In a tends to apply tor permission to pur-
mall bay on north shore ol  Berrj  is chase  the  following  described  lands:
[.  land,   dated   June  4th,   190: .      Apply- Commencing  at   a   post   planted   at
ns  tor the  whole island, containing Northeast  corner of lot 1469.  thence
100 acres more or less
ODE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.  H.  FOKD,  Agent.
Dated June  Ith, 19119.
Distr.ct  Of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice thai  Dora Anderson, Ol
ures, and   to  create  a  sink ns cation  and distribution    by    erecting j Vancouver.,    11     C��� occupation,  lady,
in,I for the ; iyment of ihe principal ^danis, incronsing the head of water in
HWeol when due, subject to any Act any  existing  body  of  water, or    ex-
-enactment respecting the same.      .tending the  area    thereof,    diverting
Subject as aforesaid, ther,. Bhall'the waters of any stream, pound    or
lake Into any other channel or ohan-
U raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
Pm said debenture*, th,. sum of'One
ITIwusand i$i,0O0OO) Dollars for the
l.aymi-nt ol intere8t thereon and the
Ptun of One Hundred and Seventy-
���Wven and 30-100 1.177.30) Dollars to
ipnivid,. for he repayment of the prin-
|clpal. '
i.._ JhP ,,roc"-e<la of the sale of tne
I-.ii '"iU'n,l",es shall b�� applied as
��� loiiows, and not otherwise:   Towanis
l;_i ^ COst of lhe Passing or
J"��� Hy-law  and  the  issue and  _a_
or the rtei^niures therein referred ta
It- or , lB !ly,aw'shall take effect on
. tne 2Mb. day of August 1909, and may
^ p��ed as the "Incinerator Debenture
1 by.iaW   1909,'
This By-law before   the    final
n^Miiu- thereof, shaU receive the as-
����  "I the electon of th_ said City
w "ii   inanner requlretl  by law.
mn ,'v!'"""1 ,hp nBRent of the ehsctors
'    n    ������','-'''ay of 1��09.
JlY'l-'Y"* and flnal,y pa8llttd ,n
^ <"'mcil the day of	
nels, laying or erecting any line or
flum., pipe or wire constructing any
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir,
wheel, building or other erection or
work which may be required In connection with the improwment 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 OO., LTD.
Signatures: P. H. W. Hope, A. B.
Beck, directors; J. V. Armstroug, secretary.
P.  O.  Address,  Vaneouvor,   II   C.
[Seal of Vancouved Power Co.. Ltd.]
dty Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
fake notice  that  the  above  Is
true
whl,-.h
by
"I'J- of the    proposed    By-law
will be taken into consideration
��5 th.- Municipal Council of the CUy
new Westminster one month from
,l* d.i-.e of the first publication there
.olL'.��.."Datly NeW8" ���� "1*"r
Columbian"    newspapers, whloh first
gwilcMlcn took place on the 22nd-
-> of July 1909, and that a vot�� of
������" '.-rtors of th_ City wlll be taken
�� we said   proposed   bylaw on the
-"tb day of A
WATER NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that au application will be made undor Part V-
of the "Water Act, 1909," to Wrtaln '���'
license ln the New Westminster Division of New Westmlnstor District
(a) The name, address and occupation of th. applicant ls the Vancou
ver Power Company, Limited, having
its head office at lhe City of Vancouver, British Oolumbla, and having a
capital of $2,500,000 divided l��t<> ��"���-
500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all fully
paid up. (b) Tho name of the lak".
stream or Bource, Mlsliloot River,
North Arm, Burrard Inlet, (Indian
River), (c) The peint of diversion
ls situated about 12 miles from toe
taouth of the Tlver. (d) The quantity
of water applied for In cubic foet Per
second, 800. (e) The character of
the proposed works, a wator power
plant for the geh-ratlon of electricity
--.-    .,r  i������,,.-   ,���_-   . . .4     f��r merohanlcal, Industrial and oom-
*"��r"of n\^&ilm' b!tV_" ��!f WOW P��W> and particularly In
">-. at he foli���_rk aim- MiaTe P> th" opereUon of motors, machlney
TI. round, Chft'hiP^f"Yb^y: {*** Musing, the operation ��
n"> ^&I^u_____-_f ]_a tfl I^amways and other work, for which
W-terw-rk.i qS,?"1 JffiJ th.t !����>oh light, heat and power are suit,
stre., rks ^rehouse, Eleventh able and '.taLbls. (f) Ths _gj
vo   a   niTvi-AM mlses on  which  the  water i�� to oe
ntm oW��� ������ l8 8Uuatod ftt or noa^'P" \'!?
-___v Hall   Julv  _2n_   iqo�� I marl, at the mouth of the rlv.-r   (8)
         '"' '""v   22nd   1909- purposes for which the water is
w_t_,. _.^�� _ ltd be used Is to generate electric B��w'
WATER NOTICE. jer, light and hs��t for traction, llght-
N'otieo ,��� ��,,_ T      T lng  haatlng,  manufacturing and    a"
Plication wn, _! L.E!ven .hatjin ap-'ftnd every Industrial or other purposes
Intends to apply tor pennies on to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a po-t planted on
the north shore of Klaoiisls island, a :
small island south ol Turner Island
Dated June 8th, 1909. Applying lor
Ibe whole island, 40 acres more or
ess.
DORA  ANDERSON.
Per S.  H.  KORD,  Agent
Dated June 6th,  1909.
District of Coast  Range One,
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at n post planted In
bay at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated Juno 8th, 1909. Applying for tho whole Island, containing  200 acres  more or less
JOHN OLBBN,
Per  S,   II.   KORD,  Agent.
Dated June lith.  1909.
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence north to coast, thence following the coast line to point of com-
nienocment.
\YH_TvlD DOUOALL,
Per (). M. DoUgall, Agent.
Dated July 21st,  1909.
Re part il acre) ot southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the Iobs of certi-
iflcate of title number 1757a, issued In
the name of William Oleson, has been
idled In this office.
Notice ts hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
lhe date of the flrst publication hereof In a daily newspaper published In
tli*. City of New Westminster, IsBiie a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
In the meantime valid objection be
made to me In writing.
W. S. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
l_nd   Registry   Office,     New   Westminster, B. 0., August  2,  1909.
I t'e.l firm    ��.,,,    . "        V . ���"���        ��� nni.   evei j   inn, i-u 1,1,   ,
" 'k.   'W  l^i?dLfw Part V' to whlc��>  I* may be
�� IKsM^'vW0'_ H ?ta'n the water ������ "> *> '"
in the    New Westminster mining   purposes  dVi
District of Ooast Range One,
Take   notice   that   Ralph   Jacobson
of  Vancouver,  B.  C. occupation,  fai  |ifi.QOO  feet of steel pipe  with  an  ln-
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS FOR STEEL PIPE.
Tenders will tie received by the undersigned, up to Monday, August 9.
at 8:00 p.m., for supplying about 74,-
ROO feet of steel pipe, with an Inside
diameter  of    24    Inches,  and    about
mer, Intonds to apply f"r permission
to purchnse the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted <,n
the southeast shore In a small hay Oh
Compton Island. Dated- June 4th.
1909. Applying for the whole Island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per 8.  H.  KORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vanoouver, B. C., occupation, carpenter, Intends U> apply for permission to purchase the following described 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 Jane 4th. 1909.
side diameter of 12 Inches
Specifications may be seen at the
City Clerk's offloe, City Hall, or at
lh�� office of Messrs. Hermon A Bur-
well, Vancouver, B. C.
A deposit of an amount equal to
five per cent, ot the contract price
must be made with each 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. _.,
July 10, 1*09.
The time for receiving tenders as
above has been extended until August 16, at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
NOTICE.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice  that Albert  Hunt, of 	
Vancouver, B.C., occupation   farmer,'^,   oongtruction   	
Intends    to apply    for permission to and   booming   grounds   in
Notice is hereby given tbat t_a_
"Pltt River Lumber Company, Llm-
ited," having applied to His Excel-
lency the Governor-General in Council
for the approval of a certain site for
of certain booms
the   Pitt
, applied,    (i)  " purchase    the    following    described Rlver   Jn the D,gtrlct of New Wegt.
tnwvl for power <�� [lands: .._.__,._ minster,  Province of  British   Colum-
Carnarvon street between Merrival.
nnd  Elliott streets.
Armstrong street between Merrl-
vale and  Elliott streets.
Columbia street between Merrivale
street  and  Leopold  place.
Albert Crescent.
Wellington  street,
Alice street.
Bnshby street.
Dufferin street.
Coburg street and lane
St.  Anne's  street.
Sarnia street.
Windsor street.
Cunningham street between Merrl
vale and Windsor Btreets.
Agnes ��� sireet. between Merrivale
and  Dufferin streets.
Elliott  street.
Leopold   place   (part  Of).
Eirst street from Agnes to Elgin
Royai avenue from Clinton place to
Dufferin street
Granville street.
Vancouver street.
Queens avenue, between First and
Efecond streets.
Third avenue between First and
Second streets,
Emory stre_t.
Arbutus street.
Fourth avenue between First and
Second afreets.
St. Patrick's street between Kirst
and Third streets.
Oakland street between First and
8econd streets.
Elgin street, between First and
Second streets.
Second street between Third and
8lxth avenues,
Fifth avenue between Second and
Third streeis.
Brandon street
Regina street between Second end
Fourth streets.
Sixth nvennv between Second and
Third streets.
Third street, between Regina street
nnd Fifth nwnup.
Fourth street bvtween Brandon
street   ami  Sixth  avenue.
And thnt the ssld works shall he
rnrrled out In accordance with ill"
provisions of Hip l/ionl Improvement
Genera' "<ylaw 1909.
Ami the City Engineer and the City
Asfipssor having reported to the Council ln accordance with thp provisions
of the said bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing th.
��� mounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by tbe said
works and other particulars and the
snld reports of the snld City Engineer
snd City Assessor having been adopted by the Council,
Notice Is hereby given that the sal-
reports are oppn for Inspection st 'he
office of the City Assessor, City Hall.
Columbia street, Nsw Westminster.
B. C, snd that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed .y a majority of the
owners of the land or real property
to be assessed or charged In respect
of such works representing at least
one-half In value thereof Is presented
to the Council within fifteen days
from the dste of the first publication
ef this notice the Council will proceed with the proposed improvements
under such terms and conditions ns
to the payment of tbe cost of such
improvements as the Council msy by
bylaw ln that behalf regulate and determine and also to make the said
assessment
1909.
W. A. DUNCAN. Cty Clerk,
Lou An-oies a,ik. 5.-���The academy
i'ii science lms asked tb. ��� ��� ��� imcil
for an appropriation ol $600 to explore
the deposit of bones ol  anted iluvian
animals of the a-phalt beds of Hollywood. Work is now li.-ing carried on
there bj the Universitj n. California,
the University of Southern "California,
the Los Angeles academy ,,, sciences,
each in -iiuHon having ne-n allowed
an area. The tract in which th,- bones
lie   covers   agout   fiv-    re rei
Already there have b.-en developed
complete skeleton of a giant siotn,
an animal almo.i as big -a> a street
car, several sabre-toother tigers; a
prehistoric Hon of the African type,
bnt larger; a giant camel; three species of prehistoric wolves, a horse that
seems to haw been large- than any
that exits today; giant eagle, and condors; a large number of miscellaneous
rodents, a small prehistoric cat; . the
skull of a bird larger than an ostrich,
and portions of elephant skeletons.
The geatest find was the skull Of
an extimt species of buffalo or prehistoric ox. There is not another 'ike
it in the world and it is said to be
worth   $1,000.
SALACIOUS   FRENCH
PAPER GOES TO SMASH
Montreal, Aug. 5.���Le S-nvaine, a
French weekly paper, after tnr. e
weeks of existence, suspended publication on Saturday on the ev_ Ot its being placed under a ban by Archbishop
Bruchesi.
A mandameiu was read from the
pulpits of all Roman Catholic churche9
in the city today forbidding the t'atth-
lul io read the paper.
La Semaine, during its three weeks
of life, signalized lis e, -iy into the
field of weely journalism oy making
violent attacks upon lhe Roiuan Catholic church and printing stories which
were not eonsiuered lit for family
rs ading.
L. ND   REGI8TRY   ACT.
"ning   purposes dvrscrtbe  the  P'aoo,   Commencing at n post planted in Wll  ha^.e j,,,,^^ wllh the Honora-     Dated this 17th dsy of July, A. D.,
Take notice tbat an application has
been made to register Annie Ryder
as the owner in fee simple, under a
tax sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher
to Annie Ryder, beating dale the 18th
day of October, A. D., 1906 of nil and
singula)- that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the d strict of New
Westminster, in the province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Ixn 23, Block
1; Lote 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 4; Lots
1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 6; Lots 4,
5, 12, 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots 1, 8, 9,
16 and 17, Block 10; Lots L 8, 9, IS
and 17, Block 12; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13 and
20, Block 13; Lots 1, 8, 9. 16 ami 17.
Block 14; Lots L 8, 9, 16 and IT,
Block 16; Lois 4, 5, and 20, Block 17;
1/its 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 18; Lot
B, Block 21. all subdivision, of Lot
203, Croup I. Lots IU, 11, 12, 13. 14
and IT.. Block "K ' subdivision of Lot
268, GrOUti 1. Lots 24, 25, 26, 27, 31
and 32. Block 1; l/'ts 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
16, II. 12, 13, 14. 15,IS, 19 and 20,
BlOck I, Lot 16, Block 5; Lots 1, 8, 9
16 and 17, Block 15; Ixits 4, 5, 12, IS
nnd M. Block 9, subdivision of Lot
2113. Croup I. 1-iot 7, Block 4 of
l/ot 227, Group 1, Map  174.
Ymi and those claiming through or
under ymi and all persons claiming
any Interest lu the said land by Virtue
of any uureglstem! Instrument, and
all persons claiming arty Interest in
the said land by descent, whose title-
Is not registered iimlPr the provisions
or lhe "l-and Registry Act,' are re-
pulretl to contest the claim of the tat
purchaser within twenty days from
the date of flrst publication of this
notice upon you, and In default of a
caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being filed within such period, or <n
default of redemption before registration, you ahd each of you will be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or ln respect
of the said land, and I shall register
Annie Ryder as owner thereof In fee.
And 1 hereby order that publication
of this notice for twenty days In a
dally newspaper published In New
Westminster will be good and sufficient servlS. 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 Charlotte Cooper, James AndGr-
son Laldlaw, J. Laldlaw Estate,
Oeorge F. Wells, William Marchant
Smith, Edward James Thain.
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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.
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THESE   ARE    MADE    ESPECIALLY     FOR     CUTTING    AND
SALMON BELLIES
II       DECIDE TO PLAY
X Vancouver Refuses to Agree
To Postponement and Locals Will Not Default.
HOLDING   THE   FLOWER   AT  ���      The lacrosse gam. scheduled for to
THE   SAME    TIME.        SUITA-  f YIH  ^T" *""  "*<"  '"^
OTHER   FLOWERS.
BLE  FOR   SWEET  PEAS AND   ���      The officials of the  Vancouver clu:.
��� would not consent to an alteration oj
4 th,.  schedule and a postponement, as
��� the   Xew Westminster   club wished]
J and th. Salmon Hollies are unwillljlrf
��� to default.      Consequently   the teams
��� wil] Une up at the Recreation park at
- tlie usual time tomorrow.
The officials will be w. Moresby ol
^ Victoria ami H. Wilson of Ladner,
J Vvoi-'d   Not   Postpone.
��� President  Lynch  ol   the   New  West
J minster club  was over in   Vancouver
��� yesterday negotiating  with  President
��� Con. Jones ol the Vancouver club for
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however,   admitted     with   engaging
frankness that the Vancouverites had
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New   Westminster   just    where  '���''.v
wanted tbem, and that ihey never fall
less like making a postponement than
just at the present tin,.-.
.Mr. Lynch reported the uon success
of liis efforts at a meeting of the ex-
eoutlve and playing members of tlu-
club he'd after practice at Queen's
park last evening, and it was thereupon decided  to play anyway.
Prosoects Not Bright.
j Prospects are not very bright for
ithe game, and it is uot yet certain
[even now ju-t how the team will Une
up, Doughy Spring is not yet in
proper condition to play, his broken
nose still giving him considerable I
pain, and it is very doubtful if he
will be able to take the field. It is
probable that the team will line up
with Gray in goal, .lim Gifford and
Marshall at point and coverpo.nt respectively, Tom Gifford and the Kennies on the defence tield. Hill Turn-
bull at centre, Wintemute, Grumpy
Spring and Len Turnbull on the home
field ,and Lund and Latham at inside
and  outside respectively.
JUNIORS   WILL   PLAY.
USE
MUIR. MOSQUITO OIL
TO  KEEP THE MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, Nsw Westminster
Sapperton  and West   End  Twelves  to
Meet at Quesn's Park Tonight.
The junior lacrosse teams of the
Bapperton and West End clubs will
meet on the Queen's park oval at 1
O'clock this evening in a match In the
ciiy championship series. Uot_
teams are in good shape and a lively
gam-e is expected. The West Enders
will line up as follows: Goal, _ee-
ney; point, Battson; cover point,
Gregory; defence field, Trooper, Munn,
Ciirrie; centre, Burr; home field, L.
Sangster, RuSsell, Wllkie; outside
honie, P. Sangster; inside home,
Johns.
COULD NOT THROW TWO
MEN   IN   ONE   NIGHT
Portland Ore., Aug. 5.���Dr. B. F.
Roller last night failed to throw
Charles Olson, of Indianapolis, and
big Yousiff, a Turk, in 7a minutes
wrestling. Roller tool-: the first fall
from Yousiff in 54 minutes 20 seconds. Roller was exhausted after
the first fall and In the bout with Olson was forced into the defensive to
prevent  being thrown  himself.
The Art of Giving
is to sel.ct an article both useful  and beautiful.    This combination
will be found in my new stock of
SILVERWARE
Amongst the   many   articles will be found Fruit Dishes, Cak. Baskets,  Bread  Trays.  Toast   Ra   cks,   Butter  Dishes,  Bon   Bon    Dishes,
Spoon Trays, Napkin  Rings, Child's    Silver    Mugs,    Child's    Sets,
Cream and Sugar Sets, Sugar    Spoons.
Glad to have you call and  look over my stock
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
NEW   LUMBER  TARIFF
OF NO BENEFIT TO CANADA
Montreal, Aug. 5.���That the new
(rate of $1.25 per thousand on lumber
firms hire. "It is ludicrous in its ineffectiveness so far as helping Canadian industry is concerned," says Mr.
T. J. Stevenson, of the Rlordan Paper
Mills Co. "Free lumber is concluded,
Canada should shut, off the export of
raw wood. Free lumber must, come
sooner or later."
A. G. Mcintosh has returned from,
a visit with R. J. Mitchell to the
northern Interior. They went 300
miles inland from Prince Rupert and
were much impressed with its tutu re.
Toronto, Aug. 5. -Hon. Dr. Pyne,
minister of education, says the school
Inspectors report thai teachers run-
not, be got anywh.-i-e    i���  Ontario at
salaries of $100 a year.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
NOTICE TO HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
to Ibe placed on the Household Voters'
List will be received at the dty clerk's
offlce up to the first day of November,
1909. W. A. DUNCAN.
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++,
I FOR SALE.
1 Blacksmith   Shop
THE LATEST HIT8 OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladies aad children Saturdays at
1:30 p. m.
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
>++++++++++++++++++++4444m'.n4*
STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY.
FORCING OUT
THE
Summer Goods
WITH THE APPROACH OF THE FALL SEASON THE ARRIVAL OF THE NEW GOODS IS BEl._
HERALDED TO US FROM FAR AND NEAR. ADVICES TO HAND DENOTE THAT THREEQWi).
TERS OF OUR FALL GOODS ARE ON THE WAY. WE MUST HAVE THE NECESSARY BPAU
READY UPON THEIR ARRIVAL AT THIS STORE. ALL PRICES NOW HAVE A DOWNWARD
TENDENCY   AS  WE   KEEP PLACING  THIS OR  THAT   LINE  ON  SALE.       WATCH  EVERY ADVER-
TISEMENT.
LADIES FLANNELETTE
DRESSING  JACKETS,
85c EACH
Sharp reductions have been made In
the price of this, special lot of dress-
in.: sacques; materials used are nice
colored hard finished wrapperettes In
fancy designs. Among tlie most
popular styles shown are those with
turnover collars with fancy edge and
belt; size, are '-it to -12 inches. Special sale price, each  85c
LADIES' COTTON UNDERVESTS,
2 FOR 25c.
"Watson's" underwear of any grade
is the best value and the most satisfactory that can be purchased. Todays specials from the underwear section offer two exceptional values.
Twenty do_.-n ladies' Cotton Undervests in plaid or ribbed knit, with
half sleeves or without sleeves, and
drawstring around neck; ail sizes.
Regular value 15c each. >*ow, only
2 for 25c
LONG  SLEEVE   UNDERVESTS,
20c EACH  OR 3  FOR 50c.
Ten dozen white cotton undervests,
plain or ribbed styles. Long sleeves,
all sizes, 3 for 50c
SPECIAL "OUTSIZE-
COTTON   UNDERVESTS
35c EACH.
We make a specialty of these "outsize" garments of all grades for women. These cotton undei-vestH With
drawers to match ar.- iii pure white,
line ribbed and medium weight; each
35c or 3 for $1.00
RIBBONS,
25c PER YARD.
Clearing  out  50   ends  of  Uucnesse
and silk  ribbons at much  less  than
the usual price.    Ribbons are * t-2 to
6 inches wide plain fancy stripe and
Dresden effect all colors to clear per
y'ard 25c
REMNANT   CLEARING   SALE
THIS   WEEK.
Hundreds of ends of Dress Qo
Muslins, Prints, Ginghams, Cottons,
Cr-tonnes Flannelettes, Embroideries,
Ribbons, etc., marked at prices Which
denote a decided saving. These ends
accumulate very rapidly as the sea>
son advances and they mus, be
cleared out at once. All marked in
plain figures. Bee them on tbe centre
tables this week.
TWO  SPECIAL  SNAPS
IN   HANDKERCHIEFS.
COLORED   BORDER
HANDKERCHIEFS,
2  FOR  5c.
Twenty dozen only muslin or lawn
handkerchiefs; soft finish and with
colored borders, plain or fancy centres, Size of handkerchiefs is VI
Inches square. While they last.
2 for 5c
LADIES'  LINEN
HANDKERCHIEFS
25c   EACH
Regular 30c to 40c.
A dozen or more odd lines of fine
linen hemstitched handkerchiefs with
embroidered designs. Also many odd
lines of embroidn-ed edge Swiss cam
brie and muslin handkerchiefs, Regular values 30c to 4t)c. On Bale,
each , ...25c
A  SPLENDID SHOWING
OF  NEW  NET WAISTS
An advance showing of the new
fall waists. Ladles' plain and fancj
ti.-t waisis Uned throughout with
good quality of Japanese silk. Waists
are trimmed with guipure Insertions
or pip.-d  wiu, contrasting shades "i
colored   satin  and  ribbon.      The  new
styles are proving exceptionally popular. SI,own in black, cream, ecru
and ivory. All sizes, excellent values
at $4.75,  $5.75 to $7.50
LADIES' COTTON  DRAWERS.
35c PER PAIR.
K��ee or ankle length drawers m
open or closed styles, fastening at
side, por pair, 35c or 3 pairs for $100

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