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INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
,EW  WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Nl'MHliK  195
(___ CONSENTS
10 TRACK
I lUte of Eburne Line Slight-
Ty changed to Give Better
[Entrance Into City.
citj  council
Ikl. I - """ '"' ""'
being
i   i'ii' r,
CZECHS PRtPAHE
TU FllillT UEKMANS
Internecine   Wa.    Threatens   Southern
Dominion of Emperor Kai__-r
Wilhelm.
LIFE
Tl
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & C*
260 Columbia St.
FIVE CENTS PL" ����     fi-
 a  _,..
PROPOStD DEBENTURE SSSUt
���
_BI
The Jbume  Lm '.
i ���. nager ol
with reference
"My company
ii
| ting a   Blngle
from   the   wesi
| ..       ��� ��� " "ling  With
r out h wv sl
LjV irteen ' foi a distance
feei   more  '"'
.   p  R   right-of-way, also
ni way north-
. v iroxlmai ilj  200
Vienna,   Aug.   23,    \    cllm
been  reached  In  the    Ion ���
animosity   | etwei n the '-
Czechs, against  the  lattei    ���
their national si campaign  l_i       u b
(i,-riiiiiii stronghold, as Vii
ihey are demanding official
Hon "l  iii- Cz. ch Bcho, ;      Ui r
man- _ir.. turlouj al whai u      d. em
pn   umptl 11   and   sre  "ii rl
mined opposition
Large Gathering of Ratepayers Heais Arguments  in Sup
port of By-Laws for $398,��iC0    Mayor Keary Outlines Reasons for Their Adoption at. res-
entTime-  LittleSeriousOpposition.
INTIIKATIM SALOON     INAUGURATION I
RAISED lil POLILE
NEW SCHOOL TERM
Straddled   Beth     Sides     of   Boundary I
Line and  Had  Long  Been  Great R0]]s Qf HollO. and E_t.a_.e
Annoyance.
Vll nun    wher<    fighting   ,,, cui
gendarmerie bi Ing compele i to   I
��abi ��� ��� to prevent  serious bloo I
The Czechs are gei ''i. angered '-���:���
the German hoi tillty and are applj
Ing In lm--',. ii.: pi rmit. to
carry revolver .    i hi   ��� (Tea   ol   v
('/."liis.; rim.n conflli I   In Vienna I
a  renewal of racial dlsturba u.i
t. 'Villi.���   to intersect   Prague and  other towi Bohem ,
reiocai"'!    interurban    railway, and  Moravia.
in order that |
at   tin   council sv;,  ial_ Richmond were taking ovei
t evei  ng to hear   n ex- .;.:.,  and th,  I   ui  roi the city had
-.  debenture  by- been  reduced to $234,000 to keep the
Botfc   parties   11��� L<i   ,l�� n.,,.        . to    $398, , which i within    the    civic    borrowlnn
yesterday in Simmering, a    . ��� ,- n tomorrow, proved powers,    The  revenue from services,
oioi to   the   proposals   of Bales  to the  .raBei   River  mills,   .'"
in   nnd  been  antl- quitlam asylum aad the C, I'. R. trains
cipan ere was practically no al  Westminster Junction would nn   I
h        ���  ���'    on principle, a large share of the eosi  of the de-
bui o quesl on   ol detail. benture Issue.
Then :."���   i   large  attendance     Speaking   oi    the  Bum   ol    $30,000
of cltl   i      .hen   Mayor   Keary  took asked for  the  Royal  Columbian hos-
���'.   ' .nt tne room rapidly filled, pltal be said that in., old hospital had
and   nn -    ol   the   Influential  citlz ns been built out of the proceeds of the
were presenl   to hear the discussion, sale of landi  granted by the provln-
.1.  H. Vidal  was elected  secretary of clal    government,    which    hud    pro-
���  ting. vlded Isolation ' otl igi a tor Infectlou
Mayor's statement. diseases, a   charge placed   upon    the
,. . i   micipality,    Tbe hospital  <-im d  not
Mayor  Keary,    In    an  explanatory ,,.flls���       ���,,,   ���. ,    ,,     .,.,,.   ������,,,���,,,
v in, briefly alluded to the
whieli Ivd rendered each by-
law necessary, he could assure them
thi v. laws had bi en dealt with very
can : illj and he hoped would commend themselves to the rate ia> ei s,
who we_�� anxious tor the future pros-
perlty and advancement of the city,
Willi   reference   to   the  advertising
bylaw   he   explain.'.I   that   the   sum Of
.;   ", it  vni'-.I. would be sji.ni  by a
vim committee from the city coun- the streets improvement issue. ile
cil and board of trad", to advertise gave figures to show thin tlle Hassam
properly the conditions in the city ror street pavement, at $2.76 per square
'���''t ''"' manufacturing opportunit ea and yard, was cheaper ihau any oil r pav-
other  openings    whieh    would  bring Ing now being laid in  western cities.
The cost of th.. sidewalks if put in by
the   Hassam   company   would  just   behalf  of  their  regular  tender,  through
The new ja", tor which they ask.-d
man in the district. A building to
house 100 patients would eosi $75,000
exclusive of furnishing. They ha] a
premise of $26,000 from external
sources and to show what other cities
were doing he mentioned thai Van
couver had recently built a wing for
the General hospital.
Cheapest  of  Pavements
The  mayor  passed  on to speak  ol
 '    Eburne New
|,     . and    .ivv proper
Ie.. city."
I,    , .   on bl  a;11   Menl, ., in -
L, ���.-.   ���.- D, J   McQuarrie   waa
lji_oi] tli '   '-���'  and presented a
>. ;"������'
ITX .���'. *" i   ' vs uo objectli i.  to
��� i led  a  larger plan
t in I a guarantee sat-
factory ������ '        mi ii. made,
Queen's Park   Improvements.
���Mayor K-.v   Irew attention to tne
mil. :.������ li   "    the race track ai
Vi ���   the councl] bad
fitomed   thi    board  of    works io
Y      '��� '������ found more "*-
It.-. ��� flrsl been thought.
. councl: .nib li/.od  tlie  board  '"
l what m    . 'i.s.di'i'.-il   nee, ssary.
lii ��'-��� :   in.-   Royal   Agrieul-
ini ��mI��iv iv,   ..i.nnriin- mn. ,- in   was  a liuge Buccess,  iiii  Btate  'hai
.pending monej  in  thfiy ^ �� t^niu tr,p,     The ������,,   ..;  would be built on city property
.    ���..-           .,.., are ununlmou.  In  praising the open- '"';"' ""   waterworks Bhed, and  bs a
/"   ' ''im,'1' banded  hosp.iali.y6f    the D��Ple of v-ry   ,,i...i.-s,   building.    Tb,,  present
ral I,,    ii. betor s-'^��''' both iii their puni-c and pri building  would   be  used   for   storage
il building before ^ c^paJJje, purposes   for   Mi.,   electric   light,   the
in,, men spent two  lav, in Seattle police court  for  the engineer, ami a dumping ground tor garbage, and "the
On   Saturday   thev   marched   through rearrangemenl   ot    office,   would    be ,.;���,   i111(|   property   in   the   west   end
the city    and  the  fair    grounds, and made with the hoard of trad" .:,M(.   fl)r   a  site.      The   provision
took  part  in   the  cer_ma_.   attending 'Inning   to   the   waterworks   exten- ,.,ev were making would enable them
the dedication of the Vancouver arch. *'"""���   f">'   wllich   the   engineers   estij -~~-~v~-~^~~__~_
Sunday ihey were left pretty much to "i;l"''1  the  sum  of  $378,000,  his   w��r- (Continued on  Page  Two),
their own  devices.      It  had  been  ar- I __
range,I   to   bold   a   drum-hea i   sei vie
SOLDIER. RETUKN FBOM
INVASION UF MILE
Men   of   A   and  B   Companies  Sixth   D.
C.  O.   R.   Unite   in  Praising   Hospitality of  Hosts.
The men of A anil B companies ^t
the Sixth D. C, o. Et, who
Seattle on Frldaj evening, returned
to ibis cuy yesterdaj morning at
I about 10 O'clock. All report that
the peaceful invasion of the Fair city
population  to  the city.
Gaol and Waterworks.
|ie fair *-"e cap
M.aceilaneous.
I ded  ',, send Assls-
Y on in iln- H. C   Fire
���kief. Convention at Revelstoke next
I viiii.,:nm  of    Chief
IttK.
iA propon]   ������    paint   tli,.   market
I      '        tt a protective coat-  ln _mdl the      llU(. mi hl tak   parti
I  . '($::v'- Wlls-1",1 _TW *��M "tti"�� "> 'be ran. this had to be
t turtner Informatioa off   and ,ljvi,u. Bervl     ffaa teId
" 'ix.oi.s   to carry out   * M sh ,, ���,..
r.< pension of the marke   wllilrf Llnstead,
nan for steamer accommodation, if      .,���     .������,,.,.
them being awarded the whole contract. The sidewalks ami eewere
would be built under the local improvement plan.
Finally the mayor spoke of the ln-
nerator,    Th,. city  must   provide a
"in- can be mad.'
NO EXiENSION OE
HSHIKG SEASON
I'C
KOVE HE
MO, SAYS CONDUCTOR YlYYl.
l*im$ From  Tourists   Upsets   Men.
tal Ba'ance, and He Breaks
Down,
'^ Prmclsco, Aug.  23.���George L.
"   i tctor of ihe Chi-
,v  Quincy Ra Iroad,
��� i.'i wandering al out the
In    a half demented
yesterday,    attributes  bis
eakdown to tiit. complaints,
nto
tour-
I
Ou    Sunday    the   sailors from the
American       war-hips     were    granted
shore leave, while many o: the men i
from thy United States regiment- gar- _   ,
tisoned in Seattle w.re aiSo in the.r l.nermen s  Union and II.
ciiy.     These    fratenn zed    with  the
Canadian  citizen soldiers, and if the
complaints to make "
in.- hospitality extended
to them was sometimes b i exuberant
,,- to i '��� erabarassing,
DR. C. A.  ELLIOT INJURED
Bell Irving Co. Joined in
Protesting Against it.
There  will  be  no extension  of  the
close season   to  September  3.      The
Weil Known Practitioner is In CHtl- j department  of fisheries bas declined
th.-
NEW ROLL EOR VOTE
ON CiVIC BY-LAWS
Solicitors Advise Use of 1909
Assessment Roll - Three-
Fifths Majority.
Certificates  Presented to
Successful Pupils.
Ogd.jisburg, N. V., Aug. 23. Vcl
ing in concert by prearrangement,
American ao I < lanadlan ,\i .,- . ib
cers in automobiles swooped down toil;,> i nun oppoi i . i I- nl the border
on John Overton, who for years ban
��� i Idled the Una near House's Point
with a saloon that has long been an
annoyance  to  officers  ol   both   i o
11' . 5,
Overton and his wife were arrested
after  a  Btlff    Eight   In    the  Canadian BChools.
wing   of  their   bouse,     and   nearly  a
wm;,,n load oi whisk} was conflBcai d       _   |)i(
'���"  wo other    raid,    on line saloons Tru8tee   peok   w|i() , lowll
much   liquor   was   seized,   bu,   no   ar- T1]|.    ,.,���,,,���������    wlli(.h
The public schools wer,. opened
yesterday for the fall term, uml tha
attendanc wns on the whole lai ier
than on previous similar occasions.
The customary opening exercl os
mark, d th. inaugural on ol th t. rm
ai    Hi..    . '"iiinii    Boi 9     an i    Girls'
At Gins' School.
trustees   attended except
rv-ts  were made.
Is
Miss Rogers
formerly occupied, and into which
.Miss Annie Clark, the new- prlnc pal
oi the Girls' school has moved, was
called to oriii r ai 2:30 p.m., unci
Trustee Trapp, the chairman,   .pen d
Af  HARKI-U.  HUT SPRINGS boepePth__et_eggirls r-____lngSein tha
room would be as faithful to M'*8
  Clark ns they had been to Miss Rogers, and to those moving up Into tne
High School, ihey would cnir n
spirit Of discipline into the "Inh r
forms    ns    Inculcated     under   .Miss
Rogers'   excellent   direction,
Thy  chairman   then   presented   the
rolls of  honor as follow      Deportment, Ethel  Watson���Helen  Day  had
equal  marks,  but  was not  present  ils
��� often, so that tii" award was made as
at the presentjime^taking the .w?te._iabove;   proficiency, Edith   O,  Mann;
punctuality  anil  regularity. Laura  M-
The governor-general's medal,
won  by  Kdllb G.  Maiiin,  has  not yet
;,r.l arrived at Harrison in ^fafe_tranoe certificate,, and P^
his private car lust Saturday, but his    , ^ s  ��� u|so      egente(j
���, .-1 i i"i 1    w., ,   1   , ,   .  .     , 111 i .   ���    ���. 11 .1    i t    \t : i  : ' _ ,
Hie    winners    Ol     the  prizes    were;
SIR RICHARD CARTWRIOHT
Minister  of   Trade   and   Commerce
Taking the Waters for  Bad  At.
tack  of   Rheumatism.
Si,- Richard Cartwrjght, (J. C. M.
ninister  of  trade  and  commerce
G.. j
ls r
nt   Harrison   Hoi Springs,  and   ''   IK
expected  that h(. will  pay  an  unofli  ^    ^
clal  visit to   the coast  cities   in   the
near future.
arrival was kr-p: very quiet and It was
not until yesterday 'hat the news of
his   visit   io  ibis  province  arrived  in
5*__W_aSjr_,
J,>'l:>
Richard  Cartwright,  G.  C.   M. G.
Est, ol
h
pilroad yards
fXWdldon
Pi-1,-
I       a and  questions   poured
1 y  :,   pari,  o,
;; he was In charge on the
'in   Kansas City.
lucid  Intervals  a    lhe
I thai  he was s broth-
Ro ,:. ciiy ticket agent of
,,.. '   '      n    Ka  -  -   i'i      e  d
�� 'be woes of his charges
'���I IV .,   i_olo.ll"
"dn I   to    become   initial-
'ii-.
The poll on  iho debenture��� ylaws
tomorrow   will  he  taken  on   tne  lyo.
assessment roll, and not _s last summer ou that Of tlie previous year. '1 he
necessary   majority   is   three-titlus   ot
Dr. C.  A.  Elliot,  resident physician  Fraser  River    Ciiniiei .-    Association. 'th_ lotal TOte cast.
at the Harrison Hot Spring-, aod one   and  fishing  In  the river will have to .    jt   wm   come   somewhat   as   a   su'--
of  the  best known    practitioners  on   stop  tomorrow���the date set  by law p-l8e lhat  the new  register must be
ihe. coast,  was secriously injured in a  for the closing of the season. |UseU,  nut tne advice 01  tne city  soli
citors, Wade, Uheailer A: McQuarrie,
and of the advisers to the Vincouver
vi.. councl, is tnat uie Btep is neces
cai Condition. j to acquiesce  to    the    request of
A.  Elliot,  resident physician  Fraser  River    C'annet.
Collision on the road near Agasslz, ai
,1,    . a.,,,,,, io,. .-iri.t Fishermen   Obiectjd.
hi oclock  last Saturday u-glU-. '
He is now lying at Agassi/, sutler- Word to this eflcet was received :i>
ing  from    paralysis  from    the wttls the Secretary of the Canners'Associa-
ilown    due   to  injuries to  the  spine, tim in Vancouver, and by the flsher-
and  his  condition  is  such as  to give i,s  officials  in     ibis   city    yesterday,
ri,,. to the gravest fears. lhe telegram stated that Hie request
1 api ears that Ur. Elllol was driv- of the canners had bei o refused owing in a dog cart along the road from lng to rpresen vion- revived at Ot-
Vgassix to the Springs hotel on Bat- tawa both frtm ih- ll Heil-irving t'o.
urdaj niglu. when be collided with a and from the Fishermen s Dinlon ol
wagon  belonging  to  the Bella   \i*'a this city
Hotel,  Ar���ssiz.       His horse ran awa...
sary. As only property owners can
voie, tne change will not make a very
considerable uiaeiei.c.. lo ihe personnel of those imi'. u to in,, nan ,i.
Aiout l".."1 ��i.l lie e.iiiii-d ',o cast
their voie ai tne v.uioi- palling
places.
'1 he fi ��� qu. ni admen tmenta io the
'city I'ni.ii'i'. and Uie Municipal
l lauses   act.    lm re   con plicate I the
this city. The minister is suffering
from acute rhuematisui, and It is to
nope of finding a cure that he has
journeyed out to Harrison Hot
Springs. It is stated that since commencing a course of treatment there
he has been considerably Improved.
Sir Richard has made Uo statemeni
as to his future plans, but it is probable that if. as seems probable, he is
relieved by the waters, h" will pay a
visit to thla city, Vancouver and Victoria. Any visit he may make will,
.however, be of an anofflclai nature,
jand wiii not he accompanied by
speechmaking or functions of a pu'-^-
llc character.
Arlthmtic, Edith G, Mann; grammar,
Vernit W. Doyle; drawing, C<*istance
M. Chamberlin.
Trustees Peebles, Ixiree and Thornber Bpoke in turn. Mr. Peebles salil
the High School was in a liette,- condition today than six months ago to
receive the children passing up. They
wanted as a board that the children
Should feel ihat they had equal opportunities with the children of Vancou-
(Contiiiutd  on   Page  Seven).
PRISONERS' BATTLE
HAS FATAL ENDING
One    Killed  and    Another    Mortally
Wounded in Fight Between the
Inmates of Cell.
I
1
Tb,. telegmr.. from tho Fishermen a
later  Dr.  ElMol  was found lying  Union,   protesting  againsl   the  exten   ,^ (i_..   ^  tl,    l.l,cour. .       ...,,, ad.
unconscious  on   ths  road   side       He nton of the open season wa   sen!   - a  vj(.e t|) determine the rlghi course to
sbi ripin   hi Id
LIT dm
HIS  FEET;
BROKE  BOTH   ANKLES
I.  Ont
;,-.  mire    conveyed    to  Agassis, result of a meeting o
. his injuries _��re tended hy Dr. on Saturday of the past week
this   tn'   .Id
�� be
Pont of Mission.
Al
pill s ie
A us
'   In   liis  sleep,   Mr
'
nl
1.���While
William Tob.
the    fishermen   lecldi d
that the real  run was over and that
Lexington   Kv.   Aug. 2T~The com-    it  was of  very  little  DSS  then   wall
Washington. Mason  county   ing round  for  an ''
""" e
ANOTHER   TRIUMPH
FOR  THE   LEMIEUX   ACT
house at
iii which ancle Tom of "Onola Tom's over the.  feared that an extension oi
Cabin" fam,. wiu sold   was struck bj   the  season   might  lead  to  a shorlime
id  today.    The tn 1913, the next "big" year     Taking
this  into   consideration   they   decided
(et  first   oi  the      ;,   was  the  sale of the aged negro rn demand  th* commencement of the
fractured  bolh  ankles  and  at this plac,- that gave Harriet Beech- dose s-eason at the regular date, even
' oilier injuries. '	
' Queen's hot- 1 here, steppe*,   lightning  and   destroy.'
'��� ul   siorv     window   last  building was erected in 1"'.H.
er Stowe the basis of her story.
Orangemen and Nationalists
in Irish Town
Fight
though  man;   of them have not yet
cleare-d  expenses  this  year.
Pun Is Over.
The casin.rs had expected an exten-
sion of the seaBon, but taaimuchM ^ ex
t  indications  are  to  the  ptT<n   _____',_   .iim������u   *_}���>���._   ___    i.     u
Ottawa, Aug. 23.���The department
of labor has received new- of the satisfactory adjustment of tii... disputes
whieli had threatened to interrupt the
operations respectively of thg G.T.P.
i*ul C.N.R. in west.-rn Canada Slice
the enactment of thv Industrial Disputes Investigation Act. eighteen amplications ln all haw ib.-n r.Celved
by the minister of labor for the establishment of boards of conciliation
and Investigation in railway disputes.
BLAC"   HANDERS   DESTROY
ORCHARD   OF   ENEMY
i/ockport, N.Y., Aug. 23.-*-Over 1_,
three year old fruit trees ln Jos. Rolando's orchard wer,. chopped down
last night, supposedly  by  a member
Of   lh"   so-called   Black   Hand.
The tracks In the orchard    signify
that on,, man did  the Job,    Rotund,,.
who   is a  wealthy   Italian   k" per   at
Ditchings Bridge, in the western pari
of   the   city,   has   hnd   much   trouble
with   Black   Hand   men.    On  Augusi
j 7 last, he received a letter demanding
$5,000^    On  April 5 laat,  he received
a  similar   letter,   demanding     $3,000.
JHe paid no attmtion to lt and a f--w
nights later a bullet whistled into his
room.     Las;   October, following a  de-
i--'n.l  for several thousand dollars, a
! decoy package was placed in the appointed   si��t   and   Vinco   Gall   Bano,
who came after the money was shot
by the police.    He recovered and  la
now serving a prison sent.nc
Red Bluff, Cai., Aug 2:!.���John Mcintosh was beaten to death in the
city Jail here yesterday and Jerry
Desmond sustained a fractured skull
and other injuries that probably will
result in his death. John Lowery,
also known as John Sullivan, who occupied the cell with the dead mail and
his companion, is hei \ to await the
findings of a coroner's Inquest, now
In progress.
During the evening the jailer heard
cries "murder" and screams of rage,
but paid no atttnllon until some time
later, when ho opened the door to limi
Mcintosh dead on the floor and Desmond bleeding from the mouth and
ems. Lowery said he knew QOth'Bg
of tho tragedy,
pres^n
tremely   difficult  nature   and
, ��� . . ,v,.,- -,re    li~iuei>     uim-ini    uatiu.     aim
that the ****** "���a   sp .over' the> are smtlfylng to the   department
not  ereatlv  disappointed. ...       * ���      . i_    ._
t__ ____��__ ���__  now  t���rnln_ tbelr of these  disputeg with  the ei
The packers are  now turning
it    is
i.i all
exception
Umdon   Aug, 23.-New,   haa   Just flute band paraded in farewell of two ^EoSFZZE.  The^'wilf bTn" t&^^M^Kp^J
��ched  Umdon of lively  rioting    at 'members who were departing tor the fighing for the-   ln the rlver ^ th. ��gjjg ff kff -.hleved^without
L"^n. near Portadown  In the coun-United Stat_s.   Several thousand per- end ot the clote 9eason. on Septem- settlement has b^.Sk^ Iwtout
";  v' "agh  in tb   _ rt      ,i In 'S0I1B Jol'ne�� 'n the parade.   When they ber 15      Stimhor* ot the canners are. resort to either strike or lockout.
In th. North of Ireland  reachJe(,  Nonh street   the NationiUist however.    aendlng    ^u    up to the i York    Ana    2^ -Latest   pro.
centre, stones began to fly.   The band coast t0 Toby and other lnletii where      ���w Joik.   Aig"_"���^'rSSS
proceeded to Us headquarters, a pub- th    close ^^ that takeg effect in Pe"8n",fe  **" Mward H. Harriman
he  Nationalists  manalned  the Sma���  Catch  Y���terday. j       megs        tod      from th    st6am.
tL Cstabu.aTShehn  became    the     The catch on Sunday light was ����� Alp Kal.er Wilhelm II   on which he
in,,    otisi.u.i.i.ii > ^^^   ^^ gmii_  tha.   many of the fls,hwnnen re- is  a  assenger,  stated   that   the lln^r
on   a, '   " vur  i^o'^u *u  irciauu
Th�� i,v   Mld  late    Monday  night.
Hbl,. began when a Protestant
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J-annot  Accept   lnvita'��on.
H"n. Sydney Fisher, Uonv.n-
"n Minister of Agriculture.
n i Is touring the west, ha.s
YlYY s,'rrfitary Wade re-
_._J_rn. lhat ��t wiH be lm-
.vi,. ' for hlro to accept the
'l 0Y of the board of trade
'" 1'incheon.
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target   for   both   partes.
wvre ......
of fused to part with their flsU for less wa8  120  miles east of  Sable  island
M_____ .�� tho"mnh"'cTodav the town than 25 cents each, and this was paid at 2:30 a.m.     The steamer, threfore,
���ge8"" ���e. 2. t-J wked   Ktom at some of the canneries.     The onm- will dock about . o'clock in the after-
____ ta   ���     "n   ,.;rchH?placeS of ,_er of  flsh   taken,  however,  was so noon.     If the present plan is adhered
_^__?_^_^M^ttT��tr��t small  that  this    increase    will make  to   Harriman   will   be  taken  off   the
_ ���'          ��        window ga,s and Rtl.  difference  eitner to f-iners or liner at 2 o'clock by one of the tugs
tr*onums of the shors and ware- fishermen.     It ts probablethat it wM of th.   Southern Pacific Railroad and
house.    All the d_c.oV_re ^ at rule until the cioW of the season,	
tend'ng to the wounded. morrow.
to-
landed at tbe Erie Station in Jersey
City.
DETAILS  ARRANGED
FOR  TAFTDIAZ  MEETING
Mexico City. Au_. .::.--Secretary of
State Marlscal last night gave out
officially the program tor the meeting
Of  I'resb'env  Taft  and   Din/.
Presideni  Dlas will arrive I f'lnda f
Juares at   10:10 on   the morning of
October ii.     At the name time M ;rt
expected  tbat  the  train of  President
Taft  will  reach  the  Kl  Paso  station.
At  11   o'clock   SenoV  Diaz   will  cross.
the Rio Grande river In his tran and
meet   Mr. Taft.     There    win b<. no
speechvs, no reaching across a chalk-
ma rk-d   boundary   line    and   no  fireworks.      Instead. President Diaz and
president Taft wf'l  go at once to a.
banquet      Then   Presideni   Taft  will
board President Diaz's vain and cross
over Into Mexico.     At Juarez another
banquet  will    await    the two  presidents.
World Faces Disastrous
Famine in Cotton
Montreal, Aug. 23.���"That the world
Is on the eve of an era of dear cotton," is the word brought through to
Ottawa by R. \v*. Wlthycomb, a cot-
tan broker ot New York, who is pass
ing through Ottawa on his way to the
west.
In the course of an Interview n.
said: "During the past month I have
been extensively over the cotton belt
and from my personal observatlcns
and Interviews which I have had with
reliable people of wide experience. I
would say tbat at the present time
the cotton crop Is bordering closely
or disastrous failure. That is to say,
the production of cotton this year
WUl  not  come  anywhere n.ar  what
will  be required  by the spinners of
the world."
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THE   DAILY   NE'.VS.
^^.AUQunnn.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
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If a man had gold dollars to^sell^ a   fifty cents aod  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 ihould    purchase   fro
To�� many ��f us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time in
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The  Daily News and  keep abreast  of the  times.
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 longtfnw'In business everyone mus�� of n cesslty   know" al. '_boyu��.U'���and """''
us and our
WANTED���YOUNG    MAN    WANTS
first-class room and board. Must
be central. State terms. Apply
W.   P.,  Dallv News.
WANTED���FIRST-CLASS PRESSER
Apply at once. Royal City Dye
Works.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOU__,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mo watt street, 2.'I0 Eleventh street.
FOR BENT���NEW S-ROOM COT-
tage, con.er of Eighth avenue and
Fourteenth Btreet west. Apply W.
Heamn, on premises.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Hani-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
W. N ORAPER. H. C. LAND SUK-
iveyor. Ellard block, New Westminster,  B.  C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, UARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Westminster
Trust Block, Columbia street, New
Westminster. W. J Whiteside, H.
L. Edmonds.
WANTED���TO
nished house.
fice.
RENT.
Apply i
A     Fl It-
News Of-
WANTED���PIANO OR VIOLIN LES-
sons in part payment for room and
board; will pay $4.50 for two m.-als
and room- W. Howard, Crystal
Theatre.
WANTED���TWO JUNIOR CLERKS;
must have High School certificates.
Apply Royal Bapt-- of Canada,
WANTED���TO    BORROW    $300 ON
good  security.       Will give     12   per
cent.      Apply E, Daily News,	
L08T.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby ln the centre.
One  pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Daily News office.
LOST���ON SS. TRANSFER, SATL'R-
day, July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped pearl attached. Return to
Dally News Offlce.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS:
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
FOR SALE.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OF
Dlckens and Scott, goo I condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R481.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES &  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agent- ���
City, farm and suourban propi r,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and Insurance. Phone 335. 1.6
Columbia street, P, 0. drawer 100.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work  guaranteed.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
RO 'AE Cl _Y CHEMICAL CLEAN.
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia 6treet,
phone R27S- The place where the
dirt und dust ls removed from the
fibre���not pressed In. Goods called
for and delivered.
RING  OP    250    FUR
smart   turnout.     The
hies.
HACKS  ANU
Fashion   Sta-
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.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C,
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE .. NICE,
new six-room house close ti Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold w-ter, bath.
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C. Box 56,
City.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealer, in eiectrlcal machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 92S.
, B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
.McKay, manufacturer and importer
of motinmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
I    Columbia street,  New Westminster.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE, FUR-
nished bedrooms; reasonable terms;
82. Royal avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY    TO    LOAN���I    AM    PEE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes, Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. 0��� New Westminster.
PACIFIC REALTY CO, (Mc_DAM &
Irwin), phone 308. P. O. Bj>: 874.
Real estate and Insurance. Money
to  loan,   744   Columbia Btreet.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYUNG. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begble st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.,  Burnaby   Lake���For    healthy,
homegrown fruit trees phone 415.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and UndertaKer,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streetB.
Phone 176, night call 81.
PAPER  HANGING A DECORATING.
I.   HUDSON.  WALL   PAPER,  ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlnlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug stor��
and "The Fair,"  Columbia street.
WADE, WHEALLER _ McQUARItiE
(F. C. Wad', K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie l, Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne sireet, opposite
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143). and the Vancouver of
lice is in N'o .". Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
GEORGE E MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster,  B. C
STENOGRAPHY    _   TYPEv
FREEMAN     BUNTI.n     ,
Gulchon block,     po'*80?*
' u- uo_ I.)
CUSTOM STI .".k.i-hv
Typewriting; ,,,,. ,/'*
letter,,    etc. ,-.."���������
lumbla street.     Pin ne%2     '
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite ths
Court House.      P. O.  Box 196.    Telephone 64.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   TH K.v    |    -
bia    street. , . " WLl-
plctures;   lllustrat,    .1   ^
ous attractions     Pro^Hl
Monday,  WH���.    ;,,, ,;^J_J
THE EDISON THI \___, K ,,j
Columbia and I gbU. 23
moving pictures, IJImtm��^l
Program changed Uo__i, -MiZ_
day and Frldav.
PRINTERS.
TAILORS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY   CALVIN, LADIES' AND MF.VST
t.:_.j     _#    _-.l     _  _i_.i  ..I.,,,.   .     I, i.,_i__  I i t.. _ a        ii
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledg.-rs; f.'owie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dallv  News  Block,  Sixth street.
A new    line  ol tai.
n.     Button making, pm
lorlng.
lng Just
lng and repairing     Room .,___
block.    Entrance. 625 Columbiai
and 264 Clarkson st.   Phon. tim
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup. flsh. boiled entn��e or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WO0DWUKKJ
Co., bank, office aim store fitlin;
cabinet,  stair,    sh"*canes, mu.
and detail  work.    Destens and e��
mates   furnished.    J.  Brook, pd
prletor.       Works:   Corner Elertaf
and car line.     P. O. _ni 25), rial
473.
SECOND HAND   8TORE.
WE BUY ANL SELL FURNITURE
and all kiadu of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
TENDERS,
T,aiders ar,. requested for P!'J1
at the Central School lnvatory.
and spivificailoiis at my offlc?.
dors close August 31, 1!IQ_.
W. D. GOODFELLOW. Arch*
Citizen's Meeting Favors
Proposed Debenture Issue
ter supply at Coquitlam lake, and Its !
j safeguarding    for the futurfc of    the '
land   districts  adjoining.      If  the   by-
aws carried the city would make five
ears" progress ln  the next one and
if    they  were defeated    it would  go
back ten years
Aid. J. Carter Smith was the last
speaker. He declared the te.-niB offered by the Hassam Company were
most satisfactory, and also referred
to the incinerator question. The
meeting thusi closed.
FORMER PROPRIETOR
SAYS HE BURNT HOTEL
BL000 FLOWS IN
PITTSBURG STRIKE
(Continued from Page One.)
to add to ,lie plai.it as occasion demanded. The amount asked for was
$20,000.
Question Time.
Inviting questions, his worship
answered D. S. Curtis tbat the expenditure of $..0,000 asked for under the
streets Improvement by-law exclusive
of CHumbia street would b_ spent on
the streets recited in the memorandum as the ratepayers might suggest
to the council.
The attention of the meeting was
then turned from the chairman to R-
M. Lowry, engineer of the Hassam
Paving company, who, standing with
a flock of paving cut from a Portland   street,   answered  a  number  of
questions with regard to the new Pittsburg, Pa., Aug. 23.���As a
paving material, the details of which smoke-befogged sun rose over the dull
he explained. "It is," he said, "a _ray houses and factories of McKee's
simple question of conscientious work Rocks early today, nothing except two
and good material" They had no s>-'l'll��-s of brick and a street littered
crets about their work. The company , with broken glass indicates to the
gave a guarantee for five years. An- , casual observer that last night was
sweritig questions from T. J. Trapp one of the bloodiest in Pennsylvania
and J. C. Armstrong, Mr. Lowry said since the days of the Homestead
it would be necessary to take the old strike had occurred, with a casualty
roots  up in  the lower end  of Colum-  "st of flve killed and at least seven
Man Who Was Evicted From Vernon
Hostelry  States  That  He Fired
It in  Revenge.
Five Are  Dead  and  Others Dying  as
Result of Clash   Between  the
Workman and Polio..
Verntn, Aug. 2il.���Sensational developments have c.ine to light ln the
Inquiry into the destruction by flre of
the Okanagan hotel by which eleven
lives were lost.
j    A letter has been placed before the
court,  purported  to  have bevn  writ-
| ten by a man named Smith, a former
proprietor  of    the    house,   who  confesses to having set fire to the building.      The letter stated that by the
time    of      its    receipt,    tbe    writer
would  be well  out  of  the way, and
vigorous efforts to locate him have so
far been unsuccessful, though he waa
about the city a few days ago.
It Is understood that Smith was
removed from the hotel before bis
leaBe expired, and for this reason he
became disgruntled.
Ma street, which led "Joe" to remark
arnld laughter, "Well, you will have
some digging." Mr. Lowry Bald ihey
had contracts for 150,000 square yards
of Hassam paving laid, or to be laid,
!n Portland alone. Questioned by
James Cunningham as to the nieans
by Which th,. street could b.- disturbed  once th(.  paving \.as  laid,  he
fatally Injured, the result of a six-
weeks-old labor dl.put... between the
Pressed Steel Car Company at Shoen-
1 v-lie. and  Its employees.
j From midnight until dawn today
county and state officers searched
dark alleys and crowded desolate tenements  for additional    wounded  men
HAS UNBOUNDED FAITH
IN THE AERODROME
Canadian Pacific Railway Co.
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEATTLE
ROUTE.
S.S. Princess Victoria leaves Van-
iouver 11 p.m., going direct to Seat-
le  daily except   Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver 1
.m., dally for Victoria.
SS. Princess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
S.S. Trader will leave Victoria tor
New Westminster ev.ry Tuesday.
Leaves New Westminster on vve<t
nesday.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 11 p.m. 1st and 14th
each month for Quatsino and way
ports; twentieth of each month for
Ahcuset, Quatsino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO HOUTE.
8.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
am.
Proftssor    Bell    Speaks    About
Wreck of the Baddeck
No.  1.
the
. tnd women, and before nightfall it is
-aid It was not easy to disturb. Sher- predicted that the death list will total
iff    Armstrong    explained    how such  "'ore  than  a dozen,  while  it is anti-
work was don.- in Vancouver and the  cipated  that  last night's  rioting  will      Toronto   Aug    "     In answer t
next to be heard was . I. C. Armstrong, .bring   to   light    two    score  or  more.,,..       .  ' . ,.      , ,    ,
"Joe"  Wa.- brief.      He was glad M wounded and  Injured. ,query wt>ether he considered the ��ad-
the information afforded and thought      The state's toll IB two dead and one ideck  No-  1  a failure, Prof.    Graham
the pavement probably the best thing fatally injured, the county lost a flep-jBell   today  wired  an  evening  paper
to  be  got.      He  regretted   the  alder-  "ty  sherlfT,    while    tht. striking  em- from Baddeck as follows-
men did not come down to the level ploydes of the car company lost five !    ..j c^gid.
Of the  people  who put  them ln  that of their leaders, two dead and  three'. th   '��
position  (loud laughter.)  They Bhould  fatally Injured e
be more willing to give Information.    J 	
Aid.   Henley   was   reassured  on   the'
on horses, and
the platform to
NUREMBURGERS MU8T NOT
WEAR LONG TRAINS
effect of the paving
Aid. Gray then took
support the bylaws.
John A. Lee, president of the hoard Berlin, Aug. 23.���Following the e*
of trade, was the next Speaker, and ample of other municipalities which
gav,; strong testimony in favor ofihave recently passed tJicts against
each  of  the  bylaws.      Naturally  the the wear'ng of long hatpins   the po-
advertislng    bylaw    came in  for the; (fee  authorities   of   Nuernberg   also jpro^se to make'. tonotTnow
chief atientim    from hi..      Having are starting in to regulate the aues^hXhlard nothing lrom the_^_ This
alluded to the advertising given West- tlon  of  woman's dress.    They  have j point" nou"ng Irom Vernon this
minster by the lacrosse team, he Said issued   a   regulation   forbidding    any
they  wanted     to    do . .       .
sr Baddeck No. l as one
nest aerodromes ever constructed. The accident at Petawawa
was probably caused by a novel feature In the front controller never (before tried. It had a curved surface
instead of flat. I hear from the Canadian Aerodrome company's factory
that Baddeck No. 2 ls practically completed Eiad they are awaiting instructions from Baldwin and McCurdy as to
what to do with it. What changes they
as 1
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princess May leaves Vancouver
une 18 and July 2.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
"The Milwaukee"
"The Pioneer Limited," St. Paul to
Chicago, "Short Line." Omaha to
Chicago, "South Weit Limited"
Kan$a�� City to Chicago.
No trains in the service on any
railroad in the workl that equal ln
equipment that of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul Railway. They
.wn and operate their own sleeping
and dining oars on all their trains and
give their patrons an excellence of
service not obtainable elsewhere.
H. 8. ROWE, General Agent.
134 Third St., cor, A!d��r Po-'iaud, Or
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
In the railway belt ln British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person wtio is thi sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of on-o-quarter section' of
160 acres, more or less.
NORTHERN B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
June 13 and July 3.
B.C.  COAST  MAIL  SERVICE.
SS. Queen City leaves Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
For   reservations   and   Information
call  Or address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.  B.  FOSTER,
Asst. Oen. Pass. Agent, Vancouver.
J. W. TROU.,
General Superintendent vi.tona
Entry must be made p-.-rsuoalflj
the local land offli e for tbe dim
in which the land is situate Aflif
by pioxy may, however, w- mice on
certain condli ions by tie BUieif
mother, son, daughter, brother or sis)
ter of an intending hoiiiesiwd.
The homesteader is required to p*|
form tli^ conditions ewiner.ed lUeit
with under one ot tlie ��iiowli|
plans:
'    (1)    At least six months' resident^
.upon  and cultivation of the land (
each  year for three years.
(21 If the father ( or mother, if J
father is decas-d), of the homesteaw)
resides upon a farm In ths vicinity.
the land entered for. thv requiremeitl
as   to   residence may  be satisfied :'J
such person residing with the ^
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his perm
residence upon farming land o*ral
by him in the vicinity of his aom��|
stead, the requirements an to residing
may be satisfied by residence W
the said land.
SI. months' notice In writing l��
be given to the commissioner Of H
minion  lands at Ottawa of lnteB��n|
to apply for patent. u.
Coal���Coal mining rl.h'8 "Wl
leased for a period of '��en,!T|
years At an annual rental of HI" I
acre. Not more than 2560 ��"��!
shall be leased to one individual n
company. A royalty at the l*�� I
flve cents per ton shall be collect" I
on the merchantable coal mined
w. w. com
Deputy of the Minister Of thn Inte"jl
N.B.���Unauthorized   publication ��l
this advertisement win   not "f . I
for.
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Gasoline Tanks and      j
Fishermen's Suppltesj
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
! ITrusr Block, Front St., New Westminster
themselves In commercial and financial centre., What they wanted to
send out. was a fair and square Statement of facts, and population would
flow to the city In a way none of
them could al  preseni  prophesy.
Having taken a dig at the city
councll for what he alleged was done
In committee without the public's
knowledge, Mr. I_ee spokc of the wa-
somethlng for I woman to wear upon the public Btreet I
a dress which is provided with a long I Cloakmaker*e Return
train. Violations of the rule, which | Mcmtrael, Aug. 23���The cloakmak-
it Is said, has been passed in the in-iers' strike is a thing of the past arter
terests of the public health, will be ,'a month's struggle, the men holding
punished either by a fine or imprison- lGut longer than the women. Those
ment up to two weeks. (of j   H   Waldman & Co., 68 in num-
Th9 idea of the authorities |a that ber, returning to work this morning
trains not only stir up the dust, butJThe light ended in a compromise the
collect microbes and thus subject the men getting a slight increase in wag-
wearers to risk of Infection. je8   but thelr unIon is ont rec0gnlzed.
1vi_r.,
The White Pass
and Yukon Route
for CONRAD. CARCROSS, ATLIN.
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and PAIR-
BANKS. Dally trains (except Ssnday)
carrying passengers, mail, express and
freight connect with stages at Car-
cross and White Horse, maintaining
a thorough winter service.
For information apply to
J. It ROGERS, Traffic Manager.
Hotel Butler*
Fourth Avenue and Manoi V*
SEATTLE^
RATES:
Room $1 pir day up.
Room and board $2.50 per W
FVoom with bath $2-50 per <M   _.
Room with bath and board f Per
All outside rooms, with hot
and e>li
tela-
water, steam heat, long dlstMioe
phone. 'Bus meets all trains ano
CARLETON GILBERT, ����� J6SPA. AUGUST^
HIE DAT!      \I.WS
PAGE TIMER.
New
tminster
expects everyone will do their duty next
Wednesda , August 25, 1909
it
Do you realize the importance to New Westminster of voting
in favor of the By-Laws?
Means    Progress    and    Prosperity
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VOTE!     VOTE!     VOTE!
LAND   ACTS.
.Vancouver, B. Y occupation  farmer,
  intends     to apply     for   permission   to
  i   u      ��v>_    following    descnueo
..iirci of -  vi   Range One. purchase     the     Knowing
'aienoii... -.. ,t 0. U. Anderson, ot   lands: ���ianted   ln
mxn. B '    occupation, jeweler.     Commendng at  a posl.   dan
l* _ apply'    for    permission  to   bay   on  ��^��^**J    I a-l
tbe   following     ^Md rne0,6th%Aor^pK^ ^e
[Commenrin, al  a post planted in a  whole  Island,    containing    IM)  acres
Saba, on ucrth shore of Berr, is- more or loss. .
r"Mate. June  4th.  1901'-      Apply _u.n_n   Agent
I tor the whole   island,   containing Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Uteres more nr less- Dated  June Hth. 1909.
\i    BENJAMIN ANDERSON,  . ���	
Per s   ll. KORD, Agent.
[Dated Jun-  lib, 1909.	
��� ������':������ i ���   Itange  One.
T... notice that Dora Anderson, of
'-'-������ I., occupation, lady,
��� '"- permission to pur-
���'���������- '      following  described   lands:
ai   a  post   plnnted  on
ie
ball
m*'ii June Gib.  1909.    Api
���i '.      10  acres  more or
fanner,  intends   to   apply   for  permis-
scribed lands:
sion  to  purchase    '.he    following ile-
Couiiiiencing  ut  a  post   planted  on
.the north shore of Crib lsiand.    Dated
'June 6th,    1909.     Applying    for the
whole  Island,    containing    90    acres
more  or  less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
The Question
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice thai John Johnson, ot
Vancouver, B. C., occupal on. sales
man, intends to apply for permtsslot
to   purchase   the   following   descr-btu
lands:   '
Commencing at a post planted oi.
the nortii shore of John island, nn Is-
v   a  post  planted on jne Kf,Pf islam, and navies
north shore of Klaoltsis island,"   ' fl    ,,im, filht 1909,    Ap-
'11 Island   outh of Turner  island. w'��na. 1            ^ is).uid   rnntftln.
Bth    1909,    Applying   tor      -    J- of lMg|
DORA  ANDERSON.
Per  S,   H.  KORD, Agent
Bth   1909-
ing 60 acres more or less
JOHN   JOHNSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent-
Dated  June 6th.  1909.
New  Westminster   Land   District,  District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase  the  following  described   lands;
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1169, thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence north to coast, thence following the coast line to point of commencement.
WILFRID  DOODAH.,
Per O, M. Dougali, Agent.
I int.id July 21st, 1909.
Everyone buying a range should got one  that  will   give  perfect  BSUS.
faction in cooking and baking, Is economical In the use of fuel, that Is OOOl
,to work over in the hot* weather, and also easy to operate nnd *�����������
i,f you  wish to be satisfied In these res, .ct.  you    will    buy    an  Oxford
range atfer you have inspected it. The prices also of these ranges aM
I much  lower   than   those   of   other    makes.      Call    In    an.l    inspect our
stock. ���
IT. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
itange  One.
District of  Coast   l^ange One.
T-iU-e notice that   lames Watson, '"
j_. ��,y__ ����� ui:���. _jv_sif....-,.������_��:* y: ,:":
WBWsr:��a,SBS
��,g     described     Commencing at a port P;"��� ���'
lhe   northeast   sho.      ot     OW    '���'���"'
a:  a  post  planted  m Dated June 6tb   1909.     Applytag for
����� at ni rthwest    corner of    DaTies  tbe whole Island, containing 180 acres
__VM   I1VI        "��� *'" I ���
l8land.      i?ted   June   6th,  1909.    Ap-,more or
.... ig] ind, contain- j
more or less.
JOHN  0-8EN,
Per  8.  H.  KORD,  Agent,
ine ' h. 1909.
lefig.
JAMES  WATBO.t.
Per  S.   II.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June fith, 1909.
District of Coas.   Range One.
Take notice that Befaeta A*lersOT
intends to apply for perm srion to pu
lot V_
ol  (oasi   Range One. Intends to apply iot P^'1""'.",,   ,��dv
notice   tbat   Ralph   Jacobson, 0f Vancouver. 13. C. occufa',  ,'   ds:
��� tn ouver,  B.  C,  occupation,  far-  chase the following described, lanas.^
'��������� Intends to apply for permission      Commencing  at  a  post  >>la"'"'    .
P'irchase   the  following   described  the bay at northwest corner 01 -
lri" island,  the largest  island In  the
ji--   _,.���,,���       Dated   .Tune  6th.   )->��J
-ommencing at a post planted on dlan  group.
toe southeast shore in a small bay on  Applying   for  the
Compton   Inland.     Dated   June   4th. talnlng 60 acres more or-less
1900 .....j..       -        .. ___,      ... 1 nr*T.r-i-c.n
Dated  .Tune 6th,
whole  island,  con-
. Applying for the whole island,
[tonUin.ng 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON.
Per S. H. FORD, AgenL
Da'e'l June 4th, 1909.
BEROETA  ANuERSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
��� -      District of Coast Rang* 0**^,
���    ^strict of coast Range One. \*%��g2 Tc.^^lon   far-
notice   that   Jacob   Jaoo-eon, ��_7Tt___T__a.P .   for Permission
��lByancouWl  b. C, occupaUon. car- ������ Jg��J  ^Tiowlng  described
Intends to apply for permis- _��.p"rcna8e      e
I r^hase    the following de- 'fencing  at **<%#'$%��
3ng at a post, planted on *-j* ^j^ffW     *f
the^southwest shore of Mound island.  W"*-   ��attd  .nine ^ colltaln.
'   ���   tth.  ,909.       Applying  for   PlJ��  *��%��% let*.
'   island, containing SO acres ,��8 ���� aoTes ���'Y.,,   t��C0B9ON.
^ or less. __��� J*^ FORD. Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909-
He part II acre) ot southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, N-aw
We tmlnster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1767a, issued in
the name <>f William Oleson, has been
filed  In  this ollice.
1    Notice is hereby given thai I shall
'at the expiration of one month from
Ithe dale of the first publication ll re-
of In ;i dally newspaper published in
tlu- City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicat ��� of the said certificate unless
In the meantime valid objection bs
made to me in writing.
C 3. KEITH.
District Registrar of Titles.
I_ind   Registry   Office,     N-w   West-
nlnster, B. C, August 2, 1909.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
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.
by  directing  you  to  the  store  where
you can see the largest stock of new
ni-d second-hand goods of all kinds in
the city.
I  have a splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Coin, and see how much more you
can   get   for  your    money  here   than
I elsewhere.
I Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and lleht automntlc machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.      "Man on the Wheel
.
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAM SHIPS
B. C. Mills, Timber andl
Trading Company
__TO_HB__ie_!_i
You will find It to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this ofllce,
Whether you Intend to travel or sending for your friends
Sailing From Quebec.
Emprest of Inland
Empress of Britain
August 27
  September 10
For other datSI and particulars apply to
E. OOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
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JACOB  .TACOBSflN,
Por a. H. FORD, Agent.
' I June 4th   1900.
      District of  Coast R*nf�� ����e' Jonn-
��ct of coast Range One. Take  notice  that  Ad��lp _Y.oa,tion,
���-  notice   that   Albert   Hunt,  of  son, of Vancouver, B. C, occ y��
5PR,NQ    LAMB,    CHOICE    MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THI
Central Meat Market
ODraa. ElgJtta St tti   T\ta Atenfls
PHON* sn
BOWELL S, OOOT. Proof*""-*
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
" Manaractarers and Dmatere tn AU Km." ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Moulding*,  Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc
Fish end Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS^TTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
��� ������in ������
Royai City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminster
r
Best
Ever
Schools open on Monday next
and we want all student*, both
young and old, to remember
that MOREY'8 BOOKSTORE
Is still In ths lead with BOOKS
and SCHOOL  SUPPLIE8.
Our scribbler*   and    exercise
books are  the  best value  ever
offered.     Don't   buy   until   you
hav* seen our*.
TWO 8CRIBBLER8 FOR 5c.
on Monday next
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
605 Columbia atreet.
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TUESDAY, AUG,JST
1909,
The Daily News
Published by Tbe Daily News Publisb-
fng Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Daily News Block, corner of McKenzie and T   w streets.
C.  A.   Paige ��� ar.aging  Director
Where we have spent a dollar, the adequate water frontag# for manufac-
commerciai instinct of the Terminal turing purposes, with convnient rail-
citi. ns have spent five hundred���and way and ocean shipping facilities in
it has paid them to do so, and will Western Canada. Glasgow many mil.-s
pay iliem far more in the future. The further   up   tt..-  Clyde,   (formerly
Premier of Al.erta visiting this city
a few daya ago expressed his surprise at our streets. He said, your
potentialities here are so pot.-ni io
every eye that it is your own faults
If  you  are not  propsperous,���nature
TUESDAY, AUGUST 24, 1909.
a
stream navigable only by rowing
louts) than Is New Westminster i.s
now lln.d on either bank witii rich
shipbuilding yards, iron foundries,
wholesale warehouses and granaries.
It needs no prophet to predict that, if
to tlie mercan-
woiid,  our c'ty
AIR IS FILLED WITH
JIEROPIMS IN FLIGHT
Six   Machines     in     Operation   at  Oni
Time Above  Race Track  Near
Rheims.
Fine Parlor Suites
WANTED���A   NEW   GAOL.
If to the moralist seeming an un-
fortmiat,. circumstance, it is -still an
indisputable fact that side by side
with the growth and development Of
a community there arises an increasing measure of crime. This is not
to say that tiie percentage of crlm,
increases; indeed, in the Dominion of
Canada this happily diminishes as
year by year goes by, ami the new
manhood of our people becomes an
active force. But with all that Is
good there has ever been and must
ever be a certain proportion of evil.
Just as no pleasure can be attained
without some l>ain, so that condition
of moral perfection toward which we
are always striving cannot be secured without a certain amo.iit of attendant evil. All that humanity can
do is to -bape its statutory and educational efforts in such a way as to
lessen this proportion of evil. Yet
after all, there mast always be some
part of a community that is made up
ct the evilly disposed. In otber
words, the criminal must always be
with us.
Naturc   carries    on   her   wonderful
has don_ everything for you, but you properly  represented
must  not let   things   slide,     i   bought tik,   interests  of   the
land here 83 years Since, and I know wj||  ,,re ,nany years elapse attain to
that your prospcts are certain, it you BIn_lliar commercial  reputation.
will  only go to  work  the  right  way. uhllt We squire ls Immigrants who
\ou  have   In   your   secretary   ot   tire wli, develop our lands, open our coun-
board of trade a man who can direct tl._v strength* on,- influence, and
you how to get the people (and that work i,and and braln to J)laCe uritls���
is  what you    peed);    he    has    been  Columbia, and particularly the Fraser
Valley district, in the forepart of cwn-
through the mill, and he has a fertility of mind that will p.i aii your
advantages forward to the engineer
in boih an attractive and businesslike  way���but you must advertise!
Hou. Dr. 1'ugsiey realized tne advantages of this city, and so has
every intelligent man who ha.s vis.led
Rheims,    France,    Aug.    23.���The
spectacle of six aeroplanes    simuita- |
neously iu  flight   "far    th.   plain  at
Bethany  here  yesterday,   marked   the,
opening of aviation-week.      Th�� exhibition w-as wonderful an I Impressive. I
High wtads and rain prevailed and
the   eliminating   trials   for   the   selection of the French representatives for
the   James   Gordon   Bennett   interna- j
tional  cup,  which is  to  be contested j
merciai activity. It is in our hands, wa next  Saturday,  were    spoiled.      Only
who  are  voters  in  this  city  of  New
Westminster, to say whether we wain
stagnation or advancement, whether
We are apathetic, or intelligent business men, whether it is too much trouble  for  ua  to  walk  to  t.ie  poll,  and
Ua recently. U is only the citizens register a vote In favor of letting the
wno are apathetic, and y, t the., are | world know that- we have confidence
the l,"l'-i H"o wi|l benefit by settle- j_ the future of the city we have chos-
ment. It cannot be lhat the i/USlneBs en for our home, whether we are sat-
instinct is wanting, and the only hy- Ufled with our board sidewalks, and
pothesls is, that too little thought Is : grass-grown streets,
bestowed upon the immediate future | Success is largely judged by the
���we are too busy collecting the nim- outsider from what Is apparent to the
ble dollars to think how many more (eye. There is a tide, says Shakes-
We might be able to plat, to our ci.-}peare, which taken at the flood leads
dit lf we were to approach the ques-!to fortune. Let us paint our houses
tion of existing condiiious, in a morel clean our windows, renovate our
broad    minded    and    less  penurious Streets,   brighten  up  our  stores,  and
let p.-ople realize that we have something in this Royal City of which we
art justly proud. Boost our city, and
let the trumpet of advertising bring
fame to our doors, for now is th�� appointed  tinn..
SHEARWATER  GOING
TO SAN   FRANCISCO
M.
ed  for a cruise.
water   will
for   Comox.   where
spirit.
For years past our streets have
been a disgrace to a fifth rate country   town,   our   hospitals   have   been
work of   evolution by force  if   oon- overcrowded,  our   water   supply  bas
trast.      On every  hand  we may  see '��� been suflicient for existing needg on-
that   remarka.de   agency  of   Nemesis   ly, but utterly inadequate to face any
which serves to keep things animate  special   strain  such   as  occurred     i��
in that degree   of   balance which is . 1S9S.      Our city gao] is so absurdly
necessary for the carrying on of Na-j inadequate as to attract the attention
ture's   work.      It  is   but  in  harmony  of  the  Supreme   Court  jurymen  who
with this natural law that, as a leaven j made   a   presentment   thereon.     Sani-
to the mass made up of the provid.-nt,'tary  conditions*  require   that   our  re-
the honest, and the good, there must fuse be destroyed, without contamaia-
ever remain  the spendthrift ani  the tion to the waterway  which is    our
rogue. | pride, and in this ca__ it is quite pos-
An increasing population, a gi-eater j sible,  and  probable in  fact,  that the
degree of commercial activity, and an  selection   of   an   incinerator  mav   be
. , . !���    ,      , . - ��� i rifle and gun practice will engage the
enhanced ireasure of prosperity   nee , made ot  service as a  revenue    pro-jship._ co��pan\. for a .short time.
essarily   brings  in  its  train  a larger .ducer if proper judgment is  exercis-      The Shearwater will    leave fo    tbe
number of    dishonest and    evilly dis-  cd, as many cities obtain valuable re-  south   as   soon   as   she   comes
posed perstns.     Therefore    there '8 (turns  from  the  by-products  received I Comox to ta.ke part In th
nothing unusual In th-j circumstance from the destruction of garbage.    We
that with the development and prog- have knowledge of many cases where
ress    of   the Royal City    there has  visitors coming in,  as entire straug-
arisen a greater amount of crime and ers, have commented on Colum.da and
wrongdoing.      This  tacreased    w-uk  Front   streets,   (never   realizing   that
for the police has brought about cer-  the better portion of our city was not
tain difficulties which it has become , visible from the West Endj, on the
necessary to remedy as soon as pos-1 Chinese quarter with its disreputable
shacks, and the generally dilapitat.d
appearance of some of our  wharves,
and   Immediately   taken   car  back   to
Vancouver, disgusted.
Is  it  any  wonder  that   those  few
who reach the office of the Publicity
Lefevre,     with     a    Wright   bl-plaue.
Blerlot,    De    Lagrange,    Esnault-P.l-
teiie and Captain Forbes  braved  the j
gusty puffs.
Lefevre    alone succeedd    in  nego-
tlating  the complete  circuit  of    the '
course.      He remained in the aid tor
116 minutes in a 20-mile  wind, break-;
ing the speed  record heretofore held
b)  TlSSandiW, covering io kilometers1
In eight minutes 5a  4-5 seconds.
j Shortly liefore dark the win ceased
and the wind Ml. The aviates at
once got their machines out and soon
|Ibe air seemed to be filled with mam-
i moth birds.
Latham came down after finishing
ithe second round, the other, gradually dropping out, until only three
Wright machines remained afloat.
Lambert made four, Lefevre and Tls-
sandiere three circuits each. Lefevre concluded with a thrilling demonstration of the manoeuvring capacity of his machine, circling around
the starting point, cutting several
figure eights and swooping down
over the people in front of the
tribunes.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LOT OF FINE PARL0R
SUITES FROM $50 TO $100 FOR 3 PIECES. THERE Is S0ME
FINE WORKMANSHIP DISPLAYED IN THE MAKEUP of THESE
GOODS. ONE HAS TO SEE THEM TO APPRECIATE THEIR
STYLE AND WORTH. WE WOULD ASK YOU To COME IN
AND LOOK AROUND WHEN DOWN TOWN. IT'S OUR GROW
ING BUSINESS THAT PERMITS US TO CARRY SUCH AN A.
SORTMENT  OF  THESE  FINE PARLOR  SUITES,
THE  STORE
OF
QUALITY.
lEE'S
FURNITURE EMPORIUM
POLICE  AUTHORITIES
SUCCESSFULLY  RAID  GHOSTS
Mexico City, Aug. 23.���A despatch |
from Morela says that a complete ]
Victoria, Aug. 22.���H. M. S. Shear- counterfeiters' mint lias been found
water has almost finished her over- in an old house which was supposed j
hauling, the work having been done to be haunted in that city. Th* po- |
by the B. C, Marine Railway
jany at Esquimau.
com- lice   captured   Victorlano   Hernandez,
This morning tbe Bernabe   Navarro    and   Santiago   Lo-
sloop-of-war" was towed across  to tlie zano in th,. act of making counterfeit
navy dock, where sh- is -t'iug prepar- coins.
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL 17.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL.. .5.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per  Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
A  large  quantity  of spurious  twiti-
At the end of the month the _-bear-  ty and fifty cent pieces were found-
leave
NOTICE.
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FKKD MKKCHAXT.
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
sible.
For some time the work of the City
Police has been carried on under very
trying conditions, owing to the limited accommodation which they pos-
ttess.      The present  court, office and
Notice is    hereby    given    that  the
from .partnership  lately  subsisting  between
>-��� Portola tete  us  ln  the  cltv  of New  Westminster.
| to   help   celebrate   the   rebuilding   or ,,   c    in  the 'bnsinees of grocers un-
San Francisco, H. M. S. Bedford, from  der ^ firn, namt, of Adams & Deans,
the China station, wil] also be at San ),-. i,wn tnis day dissolved by mutual
Francisco   when   the   Shearwater    's consesit.
there, but there is no definite new. T)ie sald business will hereafter be
as to whether or not she will come carried on by Charles B. D'ans, un-
here later. jer his own  name, to  whom all ac
 " counts   against   the   said   firm  are  to
[ACCUSE FORMER SENATOR y_ r*nd*red, and to whom all accounts
OF HOLDING BLACK  SLAVES "Sie the partnership are to be paid.
Dated this 14th day of August, 1.1..
Atlanta, Ga., Aug. 2.���Former
j State Senator James M. Smith. m:l-
'IkMalre planter, and once a candidate
j for governor of Georgia, is today facing serious charges. He is accused
| of employing agents to kidnap ne-
igroes, who are sent to his big planta-:
Witness,
J.  C-  Blair.
DAVID ADAMS,
C. B. DEANS.
gaol accommodation was possibly suf- j Commissioner  tell  him   tales  of how [ tion   ln   Oglethorp  countv
ficient when the City Hall was built, jth_y are advised that -'Westminster is held    m    bondage.
j when Sim Rous,-, a
ten years ago, but today it is utterly
inadequate. Though the whole arrangements of the wing of the City
Hall that    is assigneu    to the Police
nothing  but a fishing village."
Mr. B. O. McCormick, passenger
manager of the Southern Pacific Ry.,
speaking in Kansas City, said; "There
Department, from the modest little I |s _o mystery or magic about adver-
courtroo-n downward, is inconvenient J tising-th. object is to get people
and inadequate, the most serious trou-; talking���If you have oranges to sell,
ble is in regard to the cell accommo-1advertise them! People will notice it,'
There are but five cells in | they will wonder, and then talk,    In
talking they win repeat what you
made them read of the oranges. Only
get enough of them talking onuages,
and you will Sell all you can raise.
You must create a demand by systematic, persistent, and varied forms
(or methods of advertising. You must
,use advertising mediums to promote
the sal�� of products if you want to
da tion.
all, four of these being for males and
���one for females; and when, as not infrequently happens, th,; gaoler is required to find quarters for a sixth or
even a tenth prisoner, it wil] be
easily understood that his difficulty is
ao slight one.
The very unsuitable nature of the
premises of the City Police mad,., so
strong an Impression, upon the minds Improve your city. Your goods trlay
of the Grand Jury at the Spring As-[vary from oranges to estates, but
sizes, that they submitted a special good advertising is good salesman-
presentment in regard to this, strong- ship, and brings property and
ly urging that proper accommodation wealth.'' North Vancouver has been
.be provided without delay, they con- made by advertising, Kdmonton
siderlng the present arrangements as would never have been what she is to-
insanitary and entirely unsuitable, day, but for the fact that our prestut
and a hindrance to the proper admin- Publicity Commissioner was sent to
istration of justice. The City Coun- the East to advertise her grain and
cll, recognizing the urgent need of other resources, Money was spent
attention to this matter, and also'freely, and this y.ar $6000 is by-
feeling the necessity for further and pothecated for the purpose of adver-
better accommodation for other de-,tlsing thl, little fur trading town of a
partments of civic work, have decided  decade ago.
to devot. the present police quarters j W'e ar,.. not the first to deal with
to office purposes, and ��o erect a new this subject by by-law f0r only- this
courtroom, police statlai and gaol.      year the city of Brantford promulgat-
The cost of the proposed new build- 'ei thvlr by.|aW8i appointing Mr Dowl
lng ia estimated at $6000, which Bum Ing a8 Industrial and Publicity Corn-
it Is intended co raise by debentures, ,i__s_ner, and it is undoubtedly a
aad a poll of the ratepayers to au. cheap way of dealing with the sub-
thorlze the IsSU. of these wil] be ject ln tbe lBlwe,t_ _f t_,BtJ ^ i
tak-n on Wednesday next. Th��payers. for kiatead of laying th* bur-
nece-sity for the provision of a uew den (merely one or twc dollars all
gaol and police quarters must be so, told), upon current taxes It only calls
evident that w�� imagine every citizen |for the payment of a few cents at a
wfll give his support to the proposal  time, for the repayment extends over
and   there
The     charges
negro, who Is al-!
leged  to be In the employ of Smith, |
was  arraigned  on    a charge of    kid- j t-fllce
napping.      According    to    the testi-;
mony produced at tbe hearing the ne-j
groes were held cn Smith's farm for j
Indefinite periods of time without pay.
Many negroes,    who   alleged mat,
they were kidnapped, were present at
the hearing, and testified  that when
they made any efforts to leave were
put in chains.
Milan,   Aug.   23.���The   Marquis  Ar- j
thtir  AfTaltatl,    the    newly installed
head of the Naples Camorra, has been |
captured     with   2.   members  of    the
grand council which elected bim.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
Phone ltd.      Barn   Phone 1S7
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital Paid up $4,700,000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
 55,000,000
Lifebuoy Soap    is    delightfully  refreshing for    Bath or Toilet    ln hot 'Total Assets
weather.      For   washing    undercioth-1
ing it is  unequalled.    Cleanses    andl '
purifies. ** i    In and out of town accounts soll-
.. | cited.
8AVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT
"GET THE   HABIT"
School Days
are upon us once again ��� the
children must have books, pencils, pens, etc., and the best place
to buy them is certainly at
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Foreign and Domeetlc Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought end sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
Telephone S33.
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For Tired and Sweaty Feet
RYALL'S  FOOT POWDER.
does its work.
use i
it!
1RYALUS
THE DRUGGIST AND.
OPTICIAN.
t Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57. jl
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FOR
School Text Books,
Scribblers, Pencils,
and aii School Supplies
GO   TO
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
,     Successors to J. J. MACKAY A CO.
������������������������������,
by voting for the debenture bylaw.
OUR   OPPORTUNITY!
a period of fifty years, during which
hundreds aod thousands of new Settlers will be called upon to pay a
proportion of the money now asked
for with the object   of   bringing   to
SPECIAL TODAY���2 SCRIBBLERS
FOR 5 CENTS; 2 M. B. PENCILS
FOR 6 CENTS.
MU1T0N, !___, PORK
Fresh Fork   Sausages dally.
������st nt Farmer's Fork.
New Westminster, B. C. Branch,
F. SHUTE, Manager.
G. P. DILLON. 0. V. S.
(McGill  Unlmalty.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of New Westminster.
office:
FIRE   MALL  No.
��������������������������������������������*'
WE   ARE   READY
you bow It is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materiaU
than It Is to purchase ibe poorer    kind.      We   can P"'"1
to
buildings buUt  with our n��lte'
need  rr-pair".
rials   that   never
OtDftl
We  can   point  to soma
that need repairs all the tune.
But they were not built of our
materials.       See    where
cheapness lies?
real
British Columbia is full of opportunities,   and   New  Westminster  has   *
larger share ln proportion than the | them a knowledge of our advantages,
sister City of Vnncouver; but, unlike . and offering them a share of our fu-
tbe enterprising people there, our j ture increased prosperity,
citizens hitherto have not shown that j New Westminster Is a port of vast
spirit of "push" which has made Van- commercial possibilities, it (^ altnitt.
couver  the  great city  it    is    today,  ed to be the only city which possesses | PhOnO 192 MCMENEM.   ft ^jUVDEBSON^
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Columbia St
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR
MEMBER, WE CARRY THE BEST MAKES OF WATCH
STOCK-
Rfr
MOV
ement*
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S A ND  HAMILTON WATCHES THE  DAILY   V'^TS.
fAGE FIVE.
Children's Week   ^PORTING NEWS
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
TODAY
we   are  showing  bargains  in  Couches   from $4.50  up
Come before they are all out.     See our show windows.
W. S. Collister & Co.
CHALLENGE FOR CUP
.Looks an If the  Irishmen  Would  Beat
Out Indians in  Race for Cham-
pion.nip  0f  n    L.  U.
YESTERDAY'S RACING
sell-
Now thai ll is practically assured
[that the Minto cup will stay in this
jclty this year, the masiagement of the
local club l_ beginning to sit up an<<
take notice In earnest as to wha:
Ipossible claimants may turn up aft.?r
the close of the current schedule with
Vancouver,
'Hi,. Calgary Lacrosse Club already
baa a bid Id, and have been notitied
that tin Salmon Bellies will g'vo it
their bei al entioa once the schedule
.with Vancouver has been played off.
Notification to tbe same effect has
been forwarded to the eastern trus-
tees ol the i ip
This lecislon on the part of the
New Westminster Club does ��>ot appear to have pleased the Calgary
management and they have been
clamoring lor som.- more definite an-
_________________________________________       nouncement,     From all of which it
-��� ���____-���.  '  look,  a-   if the   Foothil] City  players
********n*>no*O00..0....���+..4....<,.......lj w-r,, planning a repetition of the tac
Having taken over Mr. David Adam's interest
in the firm of Adams & Deans, grocers, of this city,
|I shall endeavor to merit the confidence of all old
(customers and any others who may favor me with
(their patronage by giving the best possible values,
���prompt delivery and courteous treatment. I also
Ivish to thank all who have so liberally favored us
vith their patronage during the past four years.
Yours respectfully,
C.   B.   DEANS
TELEPHONE   97.
FIRST   RACE���Five  furlongs
lng tour-yeai
1 All Alone; _, La Rose- 3 Esca-
lante.
SECOND RACE���Six furlongs; sell-
In^ three-year-olds.
1. Aunt  Polly;   _,  PacifiCO.
THIRD      RACE���Sevtn    furlongs;
selling ihree-year-olds.
1,    Nagazam;   2, Convent    Bell-   3,
Merrill.
FOURTH RACEr-Blve furlongs;
selling   four-year-olds.
I, Boas;    . Belle Kinney; ... Preen.
FIFTH RACE-���Six turlongs; purse
three-year-olds.
1, S|_ha; _. The Mist; W. Lord of
the Forest.
SIXTH RACE���One and sixteenth
mile; selling tour-year-olds.
1, Kelowna;  _.  Benvollo;  ;j   liuna.
We can sell you anything in
GOOD UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
cheaper than elsewhere.
W. E. PAI FS 612-618 Agnes Street
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE   176. N|GHT CALU  81.
[Electric Railway Service j
Intirurban  Line.
|.ar�� loi Vancouver   and way
iUIIcbj rill   run  every half
joii; 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  Sap
perton aci city limits over the
[ city lice.
City Line: CarB leave tram
ollice on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes atter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:39
a. m.
Sunday service half-houriy between 8:30 a  m. and 11. p. m.
titles made famous by Regina. and felt
��� Ithe need of lots of time to accumulate
a  bunch of stars.
From the way things have been
i shaping in the east of late it looks as
4 if  Shamrocks   were  booked  as   win-
��� n.-rs in tbL N. L. U- rae- this year.
X Current gossip in the east is that the
��� j winners in the union win take a trip
J I west in chase of th- CUp, but local
Jjsports  are doubtful.      The N.  L.  U.
schedule does not close until September 15. and tbe Journey preparation and so forth would make it well
on into October before any eastern
team could get Its-elf In a position to
play for the cup here. However,
there is a possibility that a series of
games for the cup may he the big
feature of the fair 'his year.
ADVFRTISE IN THE NEWS
Kid Farmer Wirs on Foul.
New Orleans, La. Aug. 23.���Kid
Farmer of Peoria. 111., was given the
tleclslon over Joe Bedell of Buoklyn
in the third round of the principal
bout   Saturday    night    at the  Royal
I Athletic Club.      The referee claimed
that   Bedell   landed   repeatedly  below
'the belt, and so gave Farmer the de-
jcision on a foul.
New Swimming Records.
Philadelphia, Aug. 23.���Two records
of ihe Middle Atlantic association of
the Amateur Athletic L'nion were
In uken rial unlay in the annual swim-
mint, championships held on the
Scbuyllkill river, a number of athletes from N'-w York, Philadelphia,
Pittsburg and other nearby points
competing. Curtis Sloan of Pittsburg brok(; Renear's record of 1 minute 7 4-5 seconds in the 100-yard
championship by 3 1-5 seconds. He
also lowered the half-mile record by
more tnim a minute. Th_ 100-yard
race for the Sackett cup was one of
the most exciting on the program. J.
H. Reilly of the New York Athletic.
Club won by two feet from J. P. Men-
tell of the West Side Y. M- C. A., ���
Pittsburg.
FOOTBALL
Vane, uver  District  League.
The    accompanying    dates    for the :
Westminster   Rovers  in   the   Vancou-
ver   District   League   were   arranged
yesterday  evening.      The    Westmin- \
ster delegate,    E-    Murchie, has done j
well  in  the    fixtures,    gett'ng  three I
public  holiday  games  at   home.    The
date   during exhibition   week  can  be :
rearranged   to   suit   the  fair  manage-
niint, which will be glad to meet thv
club officials as last year.
The nrst practice will be held tnis
��� vening at Moody square and a large
attendance of players is expected,
and will be heartily welcomed. The
dates set are as follows:
Sept.  25���Hibernians,  home.
Oct. 16���Westham Island, home.
Thanksgiving  Day���Thistles,  home-
Nov.  13���Thistles, away-
Dee.  11���Shamrocks, away.
1>'C. 25���Celtics, home.
Jan.  1���Shamrocks, home.
Jan. 8���Westham Island, away.
Feb. 5���Celtics, away.
March 25���Hibernians, away.
No   Referee Yet.
So  far    as could    be    learned last |
evening no decision has I een arrived
at, as to the officials for next Satur- j
day's game in this city between Van-!
couver and  New Westminster.
At the last meeting of the execu- j
tfve of the B. C. L. A. the matter was
left in the hands of Captains Tommie '���
Gifford of the Salmon Bellies, and
Waldo Matheson of the Vancotivers. j
Up to last night the two captains had |
not arrived at any understanding on I
the matter.
Negotiations will be renewed today, j
and if it is still found impossible to
arrive at any agreement, a meeting ot |
the executive of th i B. C. L. A. Will
be called for Wednesday evening.
Lady Tadema Dead.
London, Aug. 23.���Lady Alma Tade-1
ma, wife of  Sir Lawrence Tademan, ]
the painter, and herself an  artist of j
!note, died today.     She was a daugh-
1 t*r ot George Napoleon Epps.
Chambertin & Co. beg to announce that their shoe store, Hall'
Lavery Block, will be open for
business on Wednesday, the 25th
inst.    Your patronage solicited.
P. S.���Ae we came prepared to
supply Summer Goods, we have a
large stock of Oxfords, which we
have decided to sell at 20 percent
off regular prices.
Chamherlin & Co.
SIS Columbia St.
Anarchist Leader Shot.
Madrid. Aug. 23.���The notorious anarchist,  Baro, on eof the ringleaders
in the    outbreak    at  Barcelona, was
shot there today by Spanish soldiers.
m
The Nights
are getting long and the eyesight
In consequence is getting short.
Science, however, hat to some extent overcome the natural decline of the eyesight by substituting properly fitted glasses. Occasionally we find a case so
complicated that we cannot correct. When w, meet such cases
we are candid enough to say so.
Two essential things you can depend upon In dealing with us;
first, we fit your eyes perfectly;
second, w�� do not overcharge you,
and In every ess* when not satisfied ws cheerfully return the
money., We have spectacles as
lew as Me a pair. Try us for
yeur mn*. pair.
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AMD SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
HORSE RACES
LULU ISLAND
Six Races Daily, Rain   or  Shine.
Races start at 2:45.
TRAINS   LEAVE   CARRAL   STREET  STATION,   VANCOUVER,  AT
1:00, 1:30, 2 P. M.
After the Holidays
you will want a
New Suit, a New
Pair of Pants or a
New Sweater for
your boy. We have
them.
Corduroy Pants
Tweed Pants
Tweed Suits
PHILLIPS
THE  WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
Stock  Insurance
Live stock Insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-Increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the -serious losses
which they have had to suffer in the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to th greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loes which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and th�� following letter le an
Instance: '
New WestmlnBter, June 23, 1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for 1200.00 In
full payment. . Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. .A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to less some valuable Meek, inquire for par-
' ���' " tlculars.      ���" t .--..������ - t.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
667 COLUMBIA STREE t. : PHONE��
Police  Injured. In  Fight.
Dublin, Aug. 23���As a result of the
riots last night, when a party of Na-
tlonadlsts    attacked   the   Protestant
Moor Bandit Captured.
Fez,  Aug. 23.���It  ig  rumored  that
Roghrl, the rebellious subject of the
Tionaaists    uuacitou    iu.    riw<_uuu . . ..
band, many policemvn and civilians !sulta����. whose *rmjr was recently rout-
are in the hospitals. The battle con- ed. has been oapthted by the sultan .
tintted Beveral hours. j soldiers.
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PAGE SIX
THE   DAILY   NMVS.
T^SDAY. AUGUi_ ^ )9m
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 100..
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p.
ni., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hal), Sapi>erton; and tbe
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
su_et.
\V. A. DUNCAN,
City olerk.
City   Hall,   July  22nd.   1909.
biiy haul Debenture By-
Law, iM
A By-law to enable  the  Council  ot
the CUy of New  Vv estminster ;o raise
hy loan  the sunt o:'    Six    Thousand
tlie  ($6000.00) Dollars for tlie purpose of
lor the  building a City Gaol and Police Court
ra'e of taxation will Room
A By-law to enable the Council ot
th�� City oi New Westminster :o raise
by loan  the  sum of Four  Thousand
(Um..  Dollar, for the purpose of
advertising the City.
Whereas, it te expedient 10 expend
the sum of Four Thousand t$40.o.o0)
Lol)_:.- in advertising ihe City und
that the said aum sll0U���' "���' !iUbjd oa
tl,L. v   ;.t of the Corporation.
And Whereas, It appears thai II '���'
Bum   oi   lour   Thousand    ($4000.00)
Dollars    be   appropriated    Horn
general  revenue of tbe City
current year th.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-Law
which will be taken into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of N't*' Westminster one month from
the date of tlie first publication thereof in the "Dally News" and "Daily
Columbian" newspapers, which first
11 lication   took   place  on  the   22ml.
,. Interest on  tbe
eds of the sate of tne s,v 0 i '-���   --j (r>a|e  & siakm
in of ihe principal
and not otherwise:
the  cost  of   the     passing
6.    Thr  proc
said  detent ires shaH  be applied  as debentures.
Towards fund for the Y'"      ,,,,., (>, any Ac:
...    . ..    .        __lng   or ,i,ei-..i  when  I    ���   .-.-> an>
' eting the same.
I- YII;YI.
this   Bv-law  and  the  issue  and   sale or enac .|j(,   lh,r. Shali
of tlie debentures therein referred to.      5.    S special   rates
;.    This Bylaw shall take effect on be   ral >   '         .,,",..,,-y   __
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may as  afo , ' .  sum  ,/Flt.
���Waterworks  Deben- the  said  de ��� n
be cited  as tihe
teen  Hundred   ($13    D��"^   f"r
Brackman-Ker wi   ���
afternoon, exc p
tor Udner, Bu '     "   ��� ;,.,_
Saturda   ai .. Y
Westmlnste,  Sa
Hcillr	
Returning,
,f lnteresi  thereon
The Council Chamber, civic building:
the Fire Hall,    Sapperton;    and  the .,;.
aod ' Wl"k day '"" D
Additional    trip
ture,  By-law,  1909."
day of July 1906, and that a vote of!    8-, ���.   By ,aW, flbnforer -the��� flna' I Yl'lY^"' '' "'  i'��" Slxl-V 1
the el.-c.ors of the city w,,,^ l^ln J��tol K'd-_t^��f^^oS gve"nd 6-       ($265.96)   Dollars  .0  having
on the said   jiioposed   bylaw on the Bent of the electa* ot Uie saui catj me ana :                        o   t)]e lirln
25th day of August, 1909, between the ,D  :!l    ",a:;:r"'    .u\  '*  i       ' . .
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and tive p.     Halved the assent of th* Rectors cipal- ������ sil|(, Q, t!���
m��� at the. following places, namely: 'Y^fy,,'Y? Yift^ilY llli, ,��� s:i.,,  32 '          >"l!  b'' A^u"i a
.
V
n  Council  the.
.dav of. .
in
Towards
Storehouse,
W.
Eleventh
1909.
be*excessive and it is expedient that Whereas, it is expedient to erect a
Such excessive taxation sliould 66 building to be USed as a City Gaol
a vol led and tbe said sum should he and Police Court Boom, and to use
raised on the credit of the Corpora- thai portion of the Civic Build.ng.
Hon. and that debentures should be now used for those purposes, for other
issued for that amount. purposes  and  to  expend 'u  the  erec-
An.l, Whereas, for the payment of tion of the said building the sum of
interest oa the debentures proposed Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars, ami
lo be Issued under this By-Law, and that tlie said sum should be raisid 011
fdr creating a sinking mud forthepay- the credit of the Corporation,
ment of the said debentures whendue. And Whereas, It api>ears that if th
it will be necessary to raise by special sum of Six Thousand (.6U0.00)
rates. In addition to all other rates, Dollars be appropriated from the
each year during the currency of the general revenue of tlie City for the
said debentures, tbe sum of Two Hun- current year tbe ra'e of taxation will
di.il and Thirty-Five and 46-10U \���. excessive, and it is expedient that
($235.46)  Dollars- such   excessive   taxation   should 'be
And, Whereas, In order to raise avoided, and the said sum should be
the said yearly sum of Two Hun- raised on the credit of the Corpora-
dred and Thirty-Five, and 4G-10U tion, and that deb-ntures should be
($235.46) Dollars an equal special raie issued for that amount,
on the dollar will be requ:red to be And, Whereas, for the payment of
levied on the whole rateable pioperty Interest on the debentures proposed
of ilie City of New Westminster; to  be issued under this By-Law, atd
And, Whereas, the who. rateable for creating asinkingfund for the pay-
property cf the said City, according ment of the said debentures when due,
to the last revised assessment roll It will be necessary to raise by special
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hun- rates, in addition to all other rates,
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, four each year during tlie currency of ths
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.- said debentures, the sum of Three
00) Dollars. Hundred   and   Fifty-three   and  19-100
And, Whereas, the total amount ot ($353.19) Dollars,
the existing debenture debt of the And, Whereas, in order to raise the
said C'tv is One Million, Two Hun- said yearly sum of Three Hundred and
dr"d aad .Nineteen Thousand. One Fifty-three and 19-100 ($353.19) Ooi-
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre- lars an equal special rate on the dol-
spective of the sUIU ��f Three Hundred jar will be required to bo levied on
and Ninety-four Thousand ($394000.- the whole rateable property of the
00; Dollars proposed to be raise 1 un- City of New Westminster.
der tlw "Hospital Debenture By-law And, Whereas, the whole rateable
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By property of the said City, according
law 1909," the "Street Improvement to the last revised assessment roll
By-law 1909,' the "Incinerator Be- thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hun-
beniure By-law 1909," and the "City dred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," oi Hundred and Forty-Five ($...91,445.
which none of the principal or inter- 00) Dol'ars.
est is in arrears. And, Whereas, the total amount of
Now therefore the Municipal Coun- the existing debenture debt of the
cll of the Corporation of the City of said Citj Is One Million, Two Hun-
New  Westminster enacts as follows:    dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,     One
1. It shall be lawful ror 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.-
or bodies corporate, who may be will- 00) Dollars proposed to be raised lining to advance ihe same on the credit der the "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
of the debentures, hereinafter nun- 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By-
tloned. any sum or Bums o: money, law 1909," the "Street Improvement
not exceeding in the whole the sum By-law 1909," the "Incinerator Ue-
of Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars benture By-law 1909," and the "City
and to cause the same to be paid Into Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," of
the Tr'-asury of the said City for the which none of the principal or lnter-
purposes  mentioned herein. est is  In  arrears.
2. It shall be lawful for the -Mayor Now therefore the Municipal Coun-
to cause any number of debentures cil of the Corporation of the City of
to be made, n.n exceedlnu in the New Westminster enacts as follows:
whoif. the sum of Four Thousand 1. It shall be lawful for tbe -Mayor
($4000.00) Dollars, for such sums of of the said City to raise by way of
mon... as may be required, not less loan from any person or persons, Sotly
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent or bodies corporate, who may be will-
expressed in pounds sterling of the ing to advance the same on the credit
United Kingdom of Great Britain and of the debentures, hereinafter men
Ireland, at a value of 4.800 to the tioned, a-v sum or sums of money,
pound sterling; and all such debent- not exceeding ln the whole the -��um
ures shall ibe sealed with the Seal of- Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars
of tbe Corporation Signed by the and to cause the same to bp paid into
Mayor and countersigned by the the Treasury of the said City for the
Treasurer  thereof,  or  by such oth r purposes mentioned herein.
person  or persons  as  may  be  there-      2.    If shall be lawful for the Mayor
unto lawfully authorized. to   cause   any   number of  debentures
3. Tbe said debentures shall he lo be made, not exceeding in the
payable on the first day of July 1953, whole the sum of Six Thousand
at such place or places as the Coun- ($6000.00) Dollars, for such sums of
c'l of the said Corporation may from money as may be required, not less
time to time appoint, with the ap- than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
proval of the hoideis thereof, and expressed ln pounds sterling of ths
Shall have attached to them coupons United Kingdom of Great Br lain and
for the raym'enl ?( interest at the Ireland, at a value of 4.806 to the
rate of five per centum per annum on pound sterling; and all such debent-
the amount thereof, which Interest ures shall be sealed with the Seal
shall be payable half yearly on '.he of the Corporation signed by the
first of January and the first day ot Mayor and countersigned by the
July, in each and every year, an I the Treasurer thereof, or by such other
said coupons shall be signed by the person or persons as may be ther...
said  Mayor. unto  lawfully authorized.
4. A special rate on tht dollar 3. The said debentures shall be
shall be levied and raised In earn payable on the first day of July 1959.
year, in addition to all other rates at such place or places as the Coun-
on all rateable property of the City, cll of tbe said Corporation may from
sufficient to pay the lnteresi ci the time fo time appoint, with the ap-
debentures. and to create a sinking proval of the hold.rs thereof, ana
fund for the payment of the principal shall have attached 'o them coupons
thereof when due, subject to any Act for the payment of interest at the
or enactment respecting the same.       rate of five per centum per annum on
6.    Subject as aforesaid, there shall  the   amount   thereof,    which   interest
City Clerk.
Mayor.
Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
\Ynterwo__
street.
DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk
Citv   Hall,  July  22nd   1909
 '   NOTICE.
Take notice that the above i.- a
trut copy of the propos. d By-law
li h will b. taken into considerat on
by the -luniclpaJ t'ounci' of th- C ty
of New Westminster one month from
tbe date of the first publication ih re
of In the "Daily News" and "Dally
A By-law to enable the Council of [Columbian" newspapers, which frst
the City of New W-sUnlnster ;o raise . j lication took plac,. on the 22nd
by Joan the sum of Two Hundred and ,iav of Julv 1909, and that a vote of
Thirty-Four Thousand (,234,ooo.ooj ,.,. electors of tbe City win i>e taken
Dollars for the purpose ot increasing , ,, ,(u> g^ proposed bylaw on the
ib, capacity of the City Waterworks 25th day of August, 1909, between the
^"''"' hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five !'���
Whereas, it is expedient to con- m., at the following places namely:
struct an additional Mam Pipe Line ti,., Council Chamber, civic building;
for the City Waterworks System from ,.,. Fire Hall, Sap|)��rton; and the
Coquitlam Lake to the Queen's Park Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
Reservoir,   and   also   from   the  Reser- Ftreet.
voir to the City limits on Dulu Island. ^y   \   DUNCAN
and   for   that   purpose  to expend  the ' ' '        Citv Clerk
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four      cjty   Hall    Julv   ��'-nd    1909
Thousand   ($234,000.00)  Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears that if the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-
Four Thousand ($234-00) Doil&rs
be appropriated from the general
revenue of the City for the current year   the   rate  of    taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that 	
such    excessive    taxation   should    be
avoided, and  the  said  sun should  be      A  By-law to  enable  the  Council  ot
raised on  the credit of the Corpora- the CUy of New Westminster to raise
Hon,  and  that  deb-ntures should  be  by loan the sum of Thirty  Thousand  _Y   ,'
issued for that amount. ($30,000.00)   Dollars   for   the   purpose 1
follows, and not otherwi -
Paving the < v . of the pas* ng ��
,lis Bi "������ and ihe Issue and sale
( ,  ,1 ,,        nture. therein referred to.
7 This Iiv law shall 'ake effect on
the'25th. ��� of \uvi 1909, an I may
be cited .1 the "Hospital Debenture
By-law, 1909."
s    Tbi-   ny-law  before   the    final
passing thereof, shall  '.reive the assent  of  I!
In  the  mai ner requl'ed  by  law.
K,,.. Ived the assent of 'he electors
on the..        dav
Reconsidered and
open Council the..
1909,
This    8Clleil.ll,
without  notice.
For freight a- :
ply to
ROBER1
a.m.
1- I
' ' tei
JARDI.NE
v���l
'I
Treasurer  ib-r.,,
person  or persi
:unto lawfully au( ,  ���'   . _����
3.   The    said
payable on th, . " ������������ ;>.
'    ���*'��� y^ItillY      ��� ���t��S
1 "' . fro_
.1909.
finally parsed In
.  day Of	
City Clerk.
Mayor
NOTICE,
Take  notice  that  tbe
true  copy
Hospital Debenture By-Law
1909,
above is a
of ���':��� proposed By-law
which will be taion Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of ths C'ty
of New Westminster on.> month Horn
the d ' te of tbe first publication thereot i'i the "Dally Uews" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which frst
pu lication toe It place en the 22nd-
day of July 1909, and 'hat a Vote of
I the electors of tlie City wil] lx- taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of Angus'. 1909, between the
hours of nin. o'clock a in. and five p.
m., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
!he  Flre   Hall,     Sapperton;     and   the
Waterworks      Storehouse,      Eleventh
And. Whereas, for the payment of of  granting   the  same
Interest  on  the  debentures proposed Columbian Hospital.
to  the  Royal
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating asinkingfund for tne payment of the said debentures when due,
It will be necessary to raise by spec al
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the al in this City.
said debentures, the sum of Thirreen And Whereas, I* appears 'hut il the
Thousand. Seven Hundred and Se. sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00)
enty-Foiir and 52-100 ($13,774..".21 Dol- Dollars be appropriated from the
lars
Whereas, it Is expedient to grant
the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30.-
000.00) Dollars for the purpose Of assisting in the erection of a n-w building  for the  Royal  Columbian  Hospit-
City   Hull.
W.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Julv  22nd.   1909.
Street improvement Dot en
ture By-law, 1909.
A  By-law to enable the Council of
And. Whereas, in order to raise the
said yearly sum of Thirteen Thousand
Seven Hundred and Seventy-Fou.r and
52-100 ($13,774.52) Dollars an equal
special rate on tiie dollar will be required to be levied on the whole rateable property- of the City of New
Westminster;
And. Whereas, the whole rateabl,;
property of the said City, according
to the. last revised assessment roll
thereof. Is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($6,891,446.-
00)  Dollars.
"""'   '"   	
proval  of the  bo | ,|le'
shall   have  I,,,,' "   =:.��!
for ihe paymen. =\
rate of five pei ' :   l|H��
th,.  amount   thei ��� ���"um .a I
shall  be paya I,
first of January I
July, in .n.l, and    . * -Ji
said  coupons  Bha I
said Mayor. : \
i    _    special    rate oa n,
shall   !������  levied -'^'l
y.ar.   In  addition _.,��?.
on nil rateable  p ' .Y
sufflclenl  io  pay ��*W
debentures,   and   to    i... . ,,",""'
fund for the paym     of /ijM
thereof when due,        .. ,,'y1
���������'.' _r.' ti
or enactment respei ���  ..
6.    Subject as nfor���-...; . ,. Y.
be  raised  annually   |. ......^ "   \
as   aforvsied,   du'in .-' .,!'*itj
ihe said debentun . p... 1
Thousand   Two     11  - .    ','^1
Dollars   for   the   paj ������.,-..,I
thereon, and the sum  ol \������������'. hi__.[
di-.-d   and   Twenty tw(   () ..
lars to provide for the rc-pay__    J
tbe principal.
6. The proceeds of ihe - ' <y til
said debentur, _ shall be applied u|
follows, and not otherwise; Vwarml
paying the cost ol a ng otl
this Hy-law and the Issue and .J
of the debentures therein referred td
7. This Bylaw Bbal] take effect ol
the 2."ih. day of Augusi 1509, and_��
be cited as th.. "8treei Improremeif
Debenture By-law. 1909."
8. This   By-law   before   tlie  __i|
passing  thereof,  shall   : '���,���,,<_u-l
sent of the electors ,,i tb. laid C.|
In   ibe  manner requ re I by law,'
Received the assent of the e ':o.|
day of  1 v.
Reconsidered and finally ;.-_d_|
.day "i
City Clerk
general   revenue  of the  City  for  the
current year the rate of taxation wil' ' De City of New Westminster 10 raise
be excessive, and it is expedient tbat i !'-v lo:in [1|e sum of On,- Hundred and
such    excessive    taxation    should    belFoi'r   Thousand   ($lo|, ).O0)   Dollars 0���  ,hP
avoided, and the said sum should be  for Street Improvements
raised on  the credit of the Corpora-j   Whereas, certain sums or money have open Council the
tion,  and  that debentures should   be this  year  been  expended  out  of the 1909.
issued for that amount. general  revenue  of   i'v   Cuy   for   tbe
And. Whereas, for tlie payment of construction, Improvement and repali
Interest on tlie debentures proposed of certain streeis and sidewalks, and
to be issued under this By-Law, and It is expedient that certain additional
for creating asinkingfund forthepay-[sum* be spent in like manner, amount-
ment of the said debentures when due, ing In all (with sums already so
it will be necessary to raise by special spent) to the sum of On,. Hundri :
rates, in addition to all other rates 'and Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dol-
each year during the currency of the lars.
And. Whereas, the total amount or said debentures, th,. sum of Seventeen     And Whereas, it appear, that if the
the  existing    debenture  debt  of  the Hundred   and   Sixty-Five   and   96-100 sum of One Hundred and Four Thou.
said  City is  One  Million.    Two  Hun-   ($170".I'll)   Dollars.
dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand.    One      And, Whereas, in order to raise the
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   irre-  said   yearly   sum   of   Seventeen  Hun-
spectlve of the sum of On.>  Hundred  dred   and      Sixty-Five     and      96-100
and   Sixty-Four  Thousand    ($164,000.- ($1766.96) Dollars an equaj spedaj rate
OOj  Dollars proposed to be rais��d  un- on   the dollar  will   be  re 1'i.red   'o  be
rfer   the   "Hospital   Debenture   By-law  levied on tho whole rateable property
of the City of New Westmlnstei .
And,   Whereas,   tbe   whole  rateabh
property of the  said  City, according
to   tin-   last   revised   assessne ni    roll
By-law    1909,"    or  thereof,  is  Five Millions.  Three  Hun
principal or Inter- dred and Ninety-One. Thousand, Four
Mapl
1909," the "Water-orks Deb nture B -
law 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909," the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909.'' and 'he "City
Gaol Debenture
which nonp of tb
NOTICE.
Tak,. notice  that  'he above
true  copy  o _
which will be taki n Into i       I'.vl
by the Muni Coui b ���.'!���
Ol   New   Westn :.;��� .':�����
the date of tbi ."���: tl a .. .vl
of in   ihe "Dally   News"  .._. *..[
Columbian"    newspapers, ��-_d ftitl
publication   took   place on the Uadj
,  da)   of July  1909, mid that a Vi. <>rI
::;,;:M:::;.ue',.amI.^Jsi.txi'^ie"t.,li;it the electors of __. at. w���n_��-r
on tbe said   proposed   i ;...<����� oa t!��|
Band  ($104, ,00)  Dollars   \,.
priated from tbe general revenue
of the City for the current
year    the    rate    0f    taxation    win
such excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on the cr.d-t of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
Issued  for that amount.
And, Whereas, for the payment of
ini. rest on ibe debentures proposed
io be Issued under this By-Law, and
for creating asinkingfund for the payment of the said debentures when due
est is in  arrears. Hundred   and   Forty-Fivp   ($5,391,445
Now therefore the Municipal Coun- 00) Doi.'ars.
cil of the Cor; oration of the City of      Ami.  Whereas,  the total amount ol Jit Will be necessary to raise bv special
New Westminster enacts as follows:     the   existing    debenture  debt  of   the rates,  In  addition to  all  other rates,
1. It shall be lawful for the -Mayor said Ciiy is One Million, Two Hun lOach year during the currency of the
of the said City to raise by way of dred and Nineteen Thousand, One and debentures, the sum of Six I'tiou-
loan from any person or persons, -tod.- Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre jsand One Hundred and Twenty-two
or bodies corporate, who may be will- spective of the sum of Three Hundr, d ! ($0,122.00)   Dollars,
26th d..\ of Augu.-1. 19 19, between tM
hours of nine o'clock .vn. mid Ave. I
m., at the following places, wsfs%\
The Council <'bami" r, itl-lofl
the Flre Hall, Sapi en d; and '^\
Waterworks Storehouse, BlerawB
street.
W   A. DUNCAN,
i':y v-il
City   Hall,  July   22nd,  1��09.
be raised annually hv Sneclai rates
as aforesaid, during the cu renc of
the said debentures, ihe sum of Two
Hundred ($200.00) Dollars for the
paym.ni of Interest thereon, and the
sum of TbinyFive and 46-100
($26.46) Dollars to provide for the
repayment   of   the   principal
ball be payable l|a'f yearly on tihe
Ir-t of January and the first day of
uiy, In vic-h and .very year, and tn ���
aid coupon, shall b.- signed by the
aid Mayor.
4. A special rate on tha dOjlar
hall be levied and raised n each
���ear,   In   addition   to  all   other  rates.
fi. Tbe prorveds of the'sale or tn. on all rateable property of iho City,
said debentures shall be applied as sufficient to pay the Interest on the
follows, and not otherwise: Towards debentures, and to create a sinking
paying She cogt op the passim; of fund for the payment of the principal
this By-law and the Issue and sale thereof when due, subject to any Act
of the de.ben��ures therein referred to. or enactment rr-spectlmr the same.
7. This' By-law shall take effect on 5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
the 25th, day of August 1909, and may he raised annually by special rates
be cited as the "Advertising By-law as aforesaid, during the currency of
1909." the said debentures, the Bum of Three
8. This By-law before the final Hundred ($300.00) Dollars for the
passing thereof, shall receive the as- payment of interest thereon and the
sent of the electors of the said City Biim of Fifty-Three and 19.ir>0 ($63.19)
in   the   manner required  by  law. Dollars to provide for the repayment
Received the assent of the electors of the principal,
on the day of.-.... \.. .'.1909.        j    6.   The proceeds of the sale of the
Reconsidered and finally passed in j said debentures shall b0 applied as
op*n Council the day of   follows,  and not otherwise:   Towanis
ing to advance the same on tlie credit and Sixty-Eight Thousand ($368,000.
of the debentures, hereinafter men- 00) Dollars propos d to be raised un
tioned, any sum or sum. of mon��y, der the "Hospital
not exceeding in the whole the sum 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture B
of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four law 1909." the "Streei Improvemeni
Thousand ($234,000) Dollars, and to By-law 1909," the 'Incinerator Do-
cause the same to be paid into benture By-law 1909," and tbe "CltT
the Treasury of the said City for the Oaol Debenture By-law 1909," ol
purposes mentioned  herein. which  none of ihe principal or inter-
2. It shall be lawful for lhe Mayor est is in arrears,
to cause ruiy number of debentur-s Now therefore the Municipal Coun-
to be made, not exceeding in the cil of the Corporation of the Cty of
whole the sum of Two Hundred and New Westminster enacts as follows:
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000) ' 1. It shall be lawful tor the .Mayor
Dollars, for such sum. of money of the said City to raise by way of
ns may h> required, not less loan from any person or persons, ���: od.
than $100.00 each, or an eqtiival mt or bodies corporate, who mav be will-
expressed in pounds sterling of the 1��" to advance ihe Bame on the creiin
United Kingdom of Croat Britain and of the debentures, hereinafter men-
Ireland, at a value of 4.8- 0 to tlie Honed, any sum or sums of money,
pound sterling; and al] such debent- not exceeding lu the whole the *um
ures shall e sealed with the Seal of Thirty Thousand I$30,000.00) l)ol-
of the Corporal on signed by the lars and lo cans,, lh . same to be pa-'d
.Mayor and countersigned by lie Into the Treasury of the k.-iDI City for
Treasurer thereof, or by such -ther the purposes mentioned herein,
person or persons as may be there- 2. It shall be lawful for ��he Mayor
unto lawfully authorized. to cause any  number of debentures
3, The said debentures shall 1)8! to be made, not exceeding in the
payable on the first day of July 1959, Whole the sum of Thirty Thousand
at such place or places ns the Coun-1 ($30,000,00) Dollars, fnr BUCfb sums of
cil of the said Corporation may from money as may be required, not loss
time to tlmo appoint, with the ap- than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
proval of' the holders thereof, and expressed in pounds sterling of the
shall have attached lo them coupons Unl'��d Kingdom of Groat Britain and
for the payment of Interest ai the Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
rate of five per centum per annum on ipound sterling; and aj| such dehent-
the amount thereof, which interest jures shall be sealed with t'ie Seal
shall be payable half yearly on uhe of the Corporation Blgned by the
first of January and the first day of Mayor and countersigned by tne
July, in each and every year, and the Treasurer thereof, or hy such other
said coupons shall  be signed by the person  or persons as may be there
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
said yearly sum of Six Thousand One
Debenture by-law |Hundred and Twenty-two ($6,122.00)
Dollars an equal special rate on
the dollar will be required to be
levied on the whole rateable property
of ihe City of N< w Westminster;
And. Whereas, the whole rateable
property  of   .he  said  City,
The following ls a list of thp s:i��*i
and amount to be expended oneaal
under tbe provisions of th. "S-re*.i
Improvement Debentur, Bylaw, 1SH_
Columbia street, H&ssam
. . according , ���_,. ���,,.������,
to  the   last  revised   assessment   roi' 9
thereof,  Is  Fit
ment   	
Columbia street, Cillnnd rs
Hill      ���
Front street	
Agnes  street   	
Dufferin  street   	
McKenzie street ��� ��� ���
.{ ,d."��|
1909.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken into consideration
by tbs Municipal Council of the City
Of Now Westminster one month from
the date of th,. first publication there
of in the "Daily N'ws" an I "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, whici first
publication took place on tbe 22nd
dav of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of the .Ity will b_ taken
on the said proposed bylaw on th.
25th day of August, 1909, betwoen the
paying the cost of ihe passing of
this By-law and the Issue and oal_
of tha debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "City Jail Debenture
By-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before the final
pass'ng thereof, shall receive the as
sent of the electors of the said Clt.v
In   the   mann-er required   b'    nm.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed In
rnnn Council the day of..
1909.
said Mayor.
4.   A    special
rate on   the  dollar
unto lawfully authorized.
3.    The     said   debentures  shall  be
shall   be   levied   and   raised   In  each !payable on the first day of July 1959
year, In addition to all o'he. rates,
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the interest on the
debentures, nnd to Croat,- a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5.    Subject as aforesaid, there Khali
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment of Interest at the
rate of five per centum tier annum on
the   amount   thereof,    which   Interest
jbe  raised   annually   by  special   rates Jshall   be payaMe half yo;,r]y on   ^P
as aforesaid,  during the currency of first of January and the first day of
City Clerk.
Miyor.
the said debentures, the sum of
KI(��ven Thousand Sevan Hundred
f$ll.700) Dollars for tbe payment or
Interest thereon, and the sum of Two
Thousand and Seventy-Four and 52-
100 ($2074.58) Dollars to provide for
the  repayment of the principal.
July, in pneh and every ye,-lr and tht
said coupons shall be signed hy the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
Bhall bo levied and ralse,| jn each
y,-nr. In addition to nil other rates,
on all rat cable property of the City!
Millions, Thre-,. Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
Hundied and Forty-Fl-'e ($6,391,446.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount or
the existing debenture debt of the
said CUy is On.- Million. Two Hundred nnd Nineteen Thousand, one
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars Irre-
Bpective of the sum of Two Hundred
and Ninety-Four Thousand ($294,000-
00) Dollars proposed to be raised under ihe "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,'' the "Incinerator De-
honiiire By-law 1909," and the "C'tv
H.iol Debenture By-law 1909," or
which none of the principal or interest  is In  arrears
Now therefore the Municipal Coun-:
cll of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the snld City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons food, ',
or bodies corporate, who may be *__�������!*_ aven,.,-
Ing to advance thn same on the credit;'���"'"j,v*��U�� ''rk r and BU-
of the debentures,    hereinafter men-F?."? 8trePt' B    r ...
tioned, any sum  or sum. of money, LfClianan aven"e       ..
not exceeding in  the whole the "urn Stre3U genera"V          -
First. Btreet ...  ���
Second street   . . .
Third sireet  ..   . .
Fourth  street  . ..
Fifth   street    ...
Seventh sireet . ��� ���
Eighth street ...
Nanaimo street .
Twelfth streei   ...
Thirteenth Btri,-,
Fourteenth stre I
Hamilton street   .
Dublin street   ...
Edinburgh street
London street ..
Tenth street  ...   ���
Alherla street  ...
Coburg street .   ..
Heidi street  ...   .
Royal avenue .  ��� -
Queen's avenue ..
Fifth  avenue  - ��� ���
Fourth avenue ...
Sixth avenue .
Seventh avenue ���.
Eighth avenue ��� ��� ���
Thli.1 avenue ...
Total
Incinerator Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
of One Hundred and Four Thousand
($104,000,000) Dollars and to cause
the same to he paid Into the Treasury
of the said City for the purposes mentioned  herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debenture*
fo he made, not exceeding In the
whole the sum of One Hundred and
Four Thousand   ($104,000.00)
for   such   sums   of   money   as may hy loan the sum of TW'ti
he    required,    not    Icrs than  $100.(M)  ($20,000.00)   Dollars   f��
each,    or   an    equivalent    expressed ^f  building an Incinerator
In    pounds,  sterling    of      the    Unit-      Wheras   it is expedient B" --  lfl
ed    Kingdom of   Oreat    Britain    and Jprovement   of  sanitary  oonoi
Ireland,    at  a value  of  4.8fi6  to theithp   City   that   a   publl"
A By-law to enable
the
Dollars the City of New Westminster^^.
'   for"1 the l"ir|"
.and
|0-
tlir
Iff
incinerat*
ruction
ures  shall  be  soaled  with   the    Seal  refuse at the  cost  of  Twen 7
of the    Corporation    signed  by    the sand   (120,000.00)  Dollars lf t.
Mayor    and    countersigned    by    the      And Whereas. It aW��ar8
nound sterling:  and all such debent- should lie built, for thl> ,llea,^'l, Tli""' ...      r   01     1909.
TUESDAV, AUG^T ^ _
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ra...      of    $2,500,000,  dlvid.
fcolded,
;-,,i;,oi-a- . .oo.ono  aharei   of    $i
_______________���   Kb: fully up ���	
',��������� m    o    the Ink
^'^'I'lal^nU'^^ould   be  fully  paid  up
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ropo   ' tion  Is an    unnaan,,    ���
and ir,,,,,   thi     no
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whei due lnW)  , 111<11..T   i;   i      	
.      '   ' " mile:   from n.   mouth
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oc    ol  :U iv.   mil-   ton     i,     lun
__ war di''"1' ,   ,),,,. ThOU ,,,,.,,,    _m   S;ll,
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th'. whole rateame p������v��� -* und   ihe establisbmei     In abll '  i   and  to which
mini  s ihei-ewi'.i   ol a watei   powe ���        fo ��            '          npan    a.      'es -lcted
tbe^',. ���. I...1T    'ateabh     ]u   ,,,.���,���.���:������,   ,,.    ���i...   ��� ,.,. ,,, ���   ,  v    anil water
sau!       '    aooornlng ohanlcal,    Industrial    ani "        -     pow.     i a.   , orded wn
swvmi.i,,.; r��jim
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sh   ',   we have the purest)
  highest strength goods.
Glllett's is used by the
besl Bakers and Caterers
everywhere Costs no
more than the inferior
idulterttted kinds.
E perim ���     "" I   :    Ni .   Calgary  Pastor !'    ;
Mode   of   Transportation     tract From His Work to
Come High. His Flock.
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..; _���       ���   according ohanlcal,   InduSl la     am      mn " ''���    '        ������  di  o   u
i ,      assessment    roi ,n,.-|,fiK|.,   ami  partlcula ty  In the o                              pu "'"���
:��� r       _i   Three   H"�� enatloi   ol  motors   mad m ���!    oo                ������   pr 'liege
r ' _ous_n_   Four u^m^   trmnwayi     am   - worki   '                     "   '     an
i. ������'������          , ���".   ($6,89X,*4B ff).   whicl   sucl   light, hea .owe   "'" '   ""    "
t: ar.. suitable an. ai _fl H,i'������ '   �� ���  '  "
i'-      ' .   ,.-, a   amount  of              ,             .���, ,             	
.'������'���' T CO., LTD.
Ont
am   . ���    - ,   ��� ��� sary
.,-______________________i _,  ar.   su.ii.l.i,. ami
,i'.      ' ���   total amount  of       (flT)���.     K,.���llHe>     o_   which  the i~:    T-~-  _���    ��"___, J__
"���Y'"Vtt.f'"Hlfn"'water lb to he used 1.     to    gen wate _____*Wj<_\ 'he generating ot elec-
��� T .   "
oi  water (6
.,-_.   -..    ���    ,v,n-
r;.'"'' .-:' ���-�������� shah tr.e_      .   . .
    ���.  ,....       no,i es,  gen taken
���    ���-,'   ,   othe   ai nces ,u   *"-u  ma nun,    ������,
Clevelai I, i      ���   ���        ��� Eni Cai    ry Aug, iundaj night's
for   tliu h      ih M
it    'eh of moi      lis near Schenectady cl       b, Rev. 1 , I be-
that ""' experl- he   first
���    ���   v"      Ith the mil . ' ��� vl  ot
tgnetl nvei "��� ���     jrnioh,   b, ,    .
'  ''��� ���' ago,     I . lie   bas
fotin     '       ]      i erlmehti   j       wrlttun.    Tl        oo_t ii altogeth-
woul     in to $ "! I ...      Iption ol
'      '   '       tl        i-k, as the G neral  debts  which  Mr. K    ,'..   baa  pet  m
'"      '        ��� Isl h   .
' m den.
The  Outcast.
'     ' I The ch ... ��� ���
out tl . tltl oast.'    It  I
Is, but this step I ' ior ...
Of a .....
���Mr   Johnson's  Invention  nw -   lij.; Jiuw
r.      r...       .,       ,.        IW.      r i    K____n    #��;i I!..,__    in
.\1.        JUQUBUU   J      UJ ���>''in imij,      UM*.. ti^-i-'M        ������;     .-. ���      ���  - ��� .      -.       .
on   whicl   the;���" ���"""SSfffiB �����    ��"-e  "���-"���-��������'       .....    ,.,.      ,,,      t,   .     ' it the tl '.    "   Du    river.    M d   o
union, -o nu���-(.,_, r_r ^uj .    :��� ���:.':..���:'  j ��� ������-" f ���
���iffiS^Th_uBa^ss ;-;'- ffi^ heaX,s_��ii*.      ,^a^r'. a^_;::_st,Ltn:fr:i^.i��i h^_fn^edechir -s->��� ��� - ��� ��� - *. w^-
fr^ S^toSSTS  -ing _nd all and
. ll
Doll��'-
"Hosph
applied.
hi   11  tie wj.
'. .  k t. raised ""
Bipuu��."- ^-.cnlure   Bvftw.___
,k.   - ���*'"""       ���   n      DOWi ;   ot    ;.'
r .-; .   wa',erv.  rk�� Debentnr^By-1
..    ,.      fr,.    Ic -'.   Is  denied   and  n  ls T'
    ,...,.������:������������������'���    "   bis'f r^.',' " l^e the                      '.          mfouna and the wasted
;.   .                     ���   ,   . ..,     ..   ,.-.,-   wM  de u ���'   accon 500 n        .     '���                        nce of the.; iung woman.   The
S                       ' ���������   "������    ���  '   receitw here from N���� m1I��  aT1 hoar-     '                                    ;   ,h"   townfa��]   K   :-";"'
__M                      .,,. '       S'rl   had    be,.      dee  Ued    by
���    "   be ase,                                       '           ���    si ucl   ������     Th, wound ea��o could b I,  .-. 1 1-2 toun  '     a  mta   nnd",-  the cloak oi  r.
.1 ...                                                    in the   cellar  of  Mayoi   Jol             On her dying bed she cm         rgtye
,gO  COUIU   II.   inane  .u   I    I -   i.-'iie u    uievu    ,..._.,     ._,-    ........    v.    ...,0..���
_wer or   mining    purposes  descnw   _�����  -;. -   ---���     ,    -   v_ u  .|i_ht        ' .    Tn   th('   '""ar  ,,f  Mayor  John On her dying bed she cravi
diepltetwhw . Y    ' \"    "'       ��^,0     |    th,   '*    Mr. DuPont ,    .    ...        I to b_ able to go borne
���   -  - -   -   - -    -   -   -        ��� _,. - '���    ' ompanj   to  con-      r->cl   "'.^  '"e ^- jotu.hu.        ^> ^o. o __m^D_ nf AAea nri . mflenPtic'to ,ile In  be,, im
-.,-'.i.;-'v-W-o 'h-Pla^ *W                           ���         "'          ..                    he Company "l     con       ;"        ''" ,''\^ .rhilns  YI a nun- ' _Ie"i.        .    '-.Miu-J' amis.    An ap-
_S_r... "''"���.'               ..    ���   ; :::.          ''."-'.': '      tt,*S        ��� ' i   , fcfrS
iv<)'      ol I-"""1   of     divr-rse.                                                                                                                                   voiinB    -riilci-    _c    sre- ������, mo--    01    his   or ioi   ...\pe. inieue . ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^H^^^^H
-,w     ]-     -.   .  _ turn.       The   watei la   i.    h,    reium
���������-    -,    iiviaw    temm,      - ^_     *����� i"1 hauling     lining.    p��mpu,B,, ,
IWionec!' e pm t0   ,hf   Sort     Arm   of  Burrard   Inh .
at or near the plac,   where the pre .   -^.h f1 ma��� v.  a<|
pumping, I >'<��">-   ruler   has   spent  most  Of   M.
Lli ���
a
'-       ta. -h.   Municipal  Coun-  ��  or """r 'np  Place wn^re tne p.- h,fcb ,:.   .,,      . ,  0.
- . _e  -11U"Y     r-it-   ^f  'n;   l"''*1'; of  the  ap,  b________B -_-_-_----l
irntion of the <-��y oi llta||ie|.      Tho   ajfr^enc     oi eievs
t.i  he  iiped   or  BUPPlM   fee   Ol   il   rr,n
WATER  NOTICE.
FIVE MEN ADRIFT
it l       vf       ��� I -  -   ��� l       ���  ���; n'i ['I' ' ��-       I       !'��� '  - ���     .
>_i_ ilk follows-    -.TT       ,���r^S__:__r _ nection  with  any othe,   pnrpi        '"        totice 1    hereby given that  an ap-
_____rth�� Mayor ,ion between polnl o   dlv, sion   and    w        , , ,    ,. .,..,r pllcation wlll hr. mad.e ,mder part v
,.���....  _.       ih.) Thi   name of the lake,    	
'channel o^ ehannH . Inying or erect- (H uhnami '   thi   di  criptlon)  Ie    un
the   memorandum  or  |ne  ���,,,   ii".  oi   fl'���   "'"'   '    -'���'������
or for experiments, ^^^^^^^^^^^^    ^^^
it passi d away
In iln    .        .        ...
on 1      homi ward Journey,
Ernie  Cashel's  Case.
nti ninn   it nn     II  is    ;    " ���   the
IIN  K . K111    \\   SM ot  Mi. Kerby's book deals
W'   UrtllUL  rtl   ULrt  whh  the life  :1|li,  espcia}).   thl, ia3l
 days of  Ernie  Cashel,  the  man  who
"as hanged  for murder in  Calgary a
Tugs Are  Unable to  Reach th_  Craft   few years  ago  and  whom  Mr.  Keiby
al tended.     The   book    will,     without
Owing to the Scarcity of doubt, be of  absorbing  Interest    and
,, will   demonptrate  most     vivi.lv   taat
I truth Is stranger than.fiction.
��� ��� '���-���--' ..      munp __  he  pal'l   �����"*."-'���   >'"-��� eiiBtinei   or   ciihi.i.'-,-.   ,��r"s   -"   *'   "���    i"   ��""��",'   ',     '���     .     . . .v., ���.-.,,   .,
k and :o ca lie tne ="_ ���        u_'for      The   part  of    tbe   memorandum  Of  lftg  pr)V  ,|n,  ���r  f!���m��.  pHie   Or  wire  known,  rising In Lot 210, running in
to thg Twssurj w tne      u       . uosclaUon  <>f  the    oompany    whiob ^,,!a,M|etinR anv rariway*   reservoir, a southerly   nnd     "    tioi
je porpow _i-n:ione�� a        . ..ul,horlz��s the    proposed    application aqueducl   w.lr, witsel,    bulldihg,    nr through District Lot 144, Burnaby.
2. itihaii ,-   .'ftiui ior   nf      >     IlB{) work()   r,,a,lR aH follows: ...n., ereCtlob * *��k which miv be     jc.j Th. jwMnt of diversion ls about
I <__* any n'',!;'jerY,1' Y lhe ,:l,. The object, f-u whloh the required In connection with the lm-ipi,i feet smith of a stake marked
IkBttde, not ;'���*" "f.hoU!4anil 'company is eStAblUhed aud to which ptovemenl ahd u=e of the said water Block one il) in the northwest cor-
fcoie th, sum of  i�� i' > , (lt    .,.   th_ sompany   are   restricted and   watei   po*ei  oi  bi   altering   re- ner 0f pistriottLot 144.
���: ;   "Y\.�� nr^   ��w  I are   the    ._;.���I��iUon%��     _*tei    and newlng, extending, improving,  repair      ,,. ,   fh. quantity of water applied
,q.j, _-._.   ..  r^u'"YB ���lval,n,   Will���  p,)W���r   ,,v  reoords of tune, .rd-!mK  or  mslnta'nln.   anj   such   WotkS, fo,   ,|n cubic feet per second)  is two
(            "���_ ','.���,.  .tefllne   of   __��� ed   wutir Or by     the     purchase    ot |���r ���n. pflr,  ibPr.r,f.                                  (2).
ff^  V         .���_,  Brftaln and   Water   IWlOrds    or     water     prlvllm. <���  VANroi'VBB    P'iW.R   ('<iT,   LID.        ��� i  The character of the propos.-d
���Ited KJ-ed- in of Great WB n                                                                                tp|En��Hire.   f    H.   W.   Hope.     A.  _. L���r|ts   i_  to   run    power    machinery
dud.  it a    aue  rt  '.����  w       -,     ���        oon-truotlng,    Operating    and n-rk.  Ulreetors. trie    dynamo,    domestic    or
queuing   ^^^i/*^ maintaining electrk    work,    power i. V. Arm .rong. Secretary,     irrigatlp��.
* M *�� i��led  witt^*n    tonl\��^im�����$*   p,3lll    ���;���,    ���,���.���] p. Q. Adfreas. Vancouver   BO. |    ,fJ The   premises   on   which   th-e
& ff~JST5.fi ^^^anrprr-thi nfi1" vanco"yer p"wor "*pij Wcna ssatat
^S^t^Le^^l^       TT\ L,NDREGISTBYACT.-��� ���;:���,!;;:. S   ����<*   the
Bio hwhlty authorise^ ��,.!,���.'d   t,ow��r   an)   for   transmlttlne j ,.    ,.      h<u. water is to be   used   are    domestic.
i "-..   ?_:   debentures   shall   ���      v,.|���pvl   power,   ani   ior   '���' Tnko notice thnt an application  ha<> , Irrigation.
'^v  -    . -r- day ot July W69, the ��**�����* "T^n   �� -'"^ * b��*   """lc'   to     f*glWaT   """'"   Ry (h" "   for""lgat|f��,   describe    the
t,;;:,-   - .laces as the C��ua- or by penons or ��m    ��        ' ���    ,���.,���.r  ir,  fee slm     ,.-,,., a     ' W,^tea_abont    twelve
lof -<'-: ,'orporatlon may  from Ing   with   ��e    company   ��n r    ,                                    ^ ^        ft   -,...,, ana
,_-        .. _.   atot,    w.th   tbe  ap- a  motive  pow^r  for    h. oper�� ,i e   ff                                               daffi r,,r   , , n      .... for
C ,        ,   - ,9    thereof,    ana ,r,o'or . ^W��w��.   W   ��� ^; J"��h ., ... ���; ���.-,, .,.r   fc D��� 190fi of all and I "''       th* w                         -       ��� -
|_ ched to them e-npOM mg or Other _Ofk*. "T'''Yl...lYrr stngnla,   that  certain   parcel   or  tract
*^        ^^^^^^^" the bv   the   company   to   consumers     ror|='"*     i .
Newport, n. 1., Aug. 19.���Fiv... men,  |n3iimir__inn nf
adrift   ii!   the  barge   Shawmont.  ure j IllflUlJUl 0111111  UI
being driven out to sea tills afternoon
by a it ���' ��� .ind that is blowing a
gale.
Without food or drink the men are
being carried out Into the ocean atid
 ? are powerless to help them
becaus0 of :l Ity of the storm.
Th_ tugs Valleyl gi -. 1 Monocacy
brought the news of the seaman's
plight   when   t1   ��� '    I   here   to
day.
The  craft   was  lost   during yesterday's terrific el       '    '       nn, and al-
New School Term
(Continued from Page 1 )
ver and Victoria so far us educational
facilities   were    concerned.      He    hell' . .���,! that Mis. Clark would prove a
worthy successor to Miss Rogers.
Rev.  Robert    Lennie,    secretary of
_  "���'.     ",.,     i__t_lfi_.     ___r __���_    1 i the board. Miss Rogers, J. H.-Kellvr,
day 8 terrific ��� , and al-! th. ^pofcted t(> ���u, ���iRh Srh<wl
though the crews ol the tues did all i , Ji/^i
in their power to rescue the men they |'1M Bneny spohe'
,Wer. unable to cope with tl e cul. and I Visit Boy.   School.
I had to make for the n   .        ���    ���  In \    The party    then   adjourned to the
Order to save tbelr vessels. Boys'  school, where  Prineipal Coath-
lam received  them.      Mr.  Trapp took
CHINESE SMUGGLERS loccasion to urge on the boys to I've
OPERATING   IN   CANADA   up to their  privileges.      The rolls of
honor were presented by him as toi-
Detroit,  Aug.  23.���A  band of Chin-Tows; Proficiency,    Alexander    S.
ese smugglers, using Fighting island,  Duncan;       deportment,     Wilbur    O.
H Ifayor "^ �� 3,lw:;M for r^  _:"U^h |S it. n and 20. Block 9; Lot. 1, S, ^i^y^^ of Crown lcn, intend- i the gang. eheOmttea at :     �����^ g^fj Miu0��� white;
���.���_____ vzg rts -ffrf "y-,.,..���.-; ars -   ^ '���   -- ,^_"_^_r2r��. r_;s; sifters _����%e&����s
r  tie   -v *m��nt of -he u
_______________________________________________���_________-   i/ii , missi^'iKT   ""    <-"{.    *'���'��-"   **�����_   d____________________________nn-nrh
^ .miss^oner  on   the  15th  day  of    Sep-  ^7^0^ II   they were    to be  geography.  William  Archibald;   spel-
^t!    m.Ver. 1909, at 2.30 o'clock. ,JSR_y h    automobiles.      But mg,   Franklin   Turnbull .penmanship
(i.i  Tlie Bim,,  an.    addresses    of     ���������  ' wwt  wrong on  its  first   (special),    Arthur    E.Dodd.        Mr
��_��t_n  Cup l.     Lots 2... 36. 2tl. 27, .i.-J  Hi*-*. ��ffl_*��_f ftJSrK!a��r_^X.WT_&fl�� were.Uh" Coatbam said .tbese,��_�� -pr^ent
i'n   it the irown, n.  o-    oiw,     ��~~   ���atrnlmnn  saw    a    unmamau   ju=��".    uusiwb,   ��u"   o�����..- ,    ���       ^._
12. UF�� vhman  Vancowr. patrolman saw   a ^ me. ^,rty ^ ^ tf,ach      ln ..he
HOftAO.  WILLIAMSON,    iclvntly coveren nv u,6     b_     1_, ,      ^        t ^lo o.  _  ^^^ eath.
riparian propri-etor.s or licensees -v              ,     th    whUe men were un- Coatbam said these aia not r�� ^^"*
> or whoso lands are likely to  be "����� l^^j  their hunger.      They  all.t.e subjects, but were the princi-
<.tr_    by    the    proposed      works. ��� -' ^              Lansing  to  ask  a  police- pal on-as.                             ���
,er a-Wte or below the outlet are WW  ��  i.         feS;auTant, and the      Brief adJY.se. were glvan by other
Crovm. H. B.    Scott,   Vancouver, m.m   m      ^         Chinaman   insuffi- trustees,   and  subsequently   the,t'��-
Mr.t vben  .ue. s��bj��r to an. Act any   -_is   ng    ony   ��(M.���^.rT.n,  203.  Oronp  l.    U>ts     '    ..   12.  n. u ,- y'���  ������ -��� an,    address<5.    or     ^��^ ^^   ^^ g on    ���  first   (g-clal),    Artbur    E.    Dodd.
VaictartU   -Mpecttai the san�� ending lhe area    ��*r-o.    ��� (.   mock .,,... 9Ubdivi3lon rt-IM    J projrfotors or licensees  :^_/?���^.f.?,T. Jhu! men were un- Coatbam said these did not r<
IV  Jnbjeci   is  iftrutf* M. ^all Che wa.e.r. ot ��^ '^^^^ .68, rT,v>up I.     Lots 34. 26, 26  27  31 ^   r. ",a^R are nkely tQ ���e
-u,...,    mini,.;.,   by   Sper.iAl   ra u* lak..  into any  Other.M**��� �� ��    ^.^  n   Blopk 1;   1/1t9 y 3    |   5   ���,   ,. .    no .      ___.
aforesaid    nu'ng  -he ��BW��yj?_ J*  la^n5  *  T.    __i��w_.tl__  ��nv   10,   11,   12,   13,   14. 1618,   19   and  20, _t _^ t_.   wa. to a r-stunrani. ano -. 1    ou�� ���_.��. ..--_-.--.    ,   _
" "__"_ s^ *����� rSt; _ s ^' ."rs_'i ,��� ��SS1&S���� ��, __-:___��,-��_-_-_-_-_
ppa,                                                           pow.��r   or   by  altering.   r��s*win. ,   **                        w<1   aU   peraons   claiming
__o��_i_ rt   -. ��l�� ��f *B .t����dln��.      isapronug.     rwpairing    or         , t^t in the said hind by virtue j
_TM��_ss ��   _�� ���""��   ���.������,.,.,.,.��   ,-v   unch   work-  er  any �����") "_  ..,_r.vi    insi.nnnent. and'
ering, when the new memibers of th��
teaching staff were introduced.
English Watchmaker   Sent On Approval A SPECIAL AUGUST SA1E!
Kill   lay  >t Migust IMlJt, a��d mav
p-  11,'i    |   !.,.   'tH-lneratOr D__M&M
^w   ,*foro    th*     fWal
IP**mi 1 ,,,     i,au receive th��- as"
8<flt   ii t     v<.(��r_ of th* ��ald city
'   '��� 1 ner -tvmtreii  hv '.aw.
!l ���',<   he itss*mt of 'hf. nKX'torn
fn  he day of 1009.
^^
own
III .
WATER NOTICE.
Gold -SVattfie. for i-adl.-s from $12.75 j
rnrt  to contest  hip i:,_'i" vi  -..o  iUp
,..rchn��fr within  twenty    days  from 1    gllver watches,   gents'   open race j
J','   Sat. of nwt publication of this 9BW_
notice -Un von. and in default of a |*��s���w watches.  g����� opon   case. ,
?f!^t 0r certificate of    Us  ^N'lfr.Mup. .     ^._v.l
,c, _   111��1   within  sueh   perod    or i" ,    Apn.t     for    Walttam    and      _!*_
F. CRAKE
IftTk.
_________________________________ Wail It   of    ivdc.nptlon     bffov- H 'Watch-. _.  ^^^^^ , ,
Nolle,, is  horoby Ktven  that an ap- ^ ,ind'eiich of you  ^111  H     Wutch ropalrlnff a specialty
uloaUon will be asAS under Part V. lorov,.r  ���.���,������,,,  :���ui  drtarTOdfrom
��..     ���  ,tav 01 *..���_-�� of  the "Wa-r   v.-t    lW��,    to rthtaln  ������   ^h^ u,, ���, claim ta or    ' ngrt
red   md flnailv  pnMM  in  |1��_S��  in   the   N>w   W"�� �������"��.e-r   I- of  ,w ?^d  land. ^.^.Tfe.
���'���ncll  th* _.. ���1 ..   vision   of   N'cw   Westminster   District.   A  nl    Hvdcr as owner ihereol in >
11011 'h* ^        't""ch"Yi'a.ne    adSWM   and   OttB-P"'     ",/,   ijereby   order  'hat.   ptihUcatloii    ^   ^^   from   G���   Al/flmli  Groc_r
���   ���  tbe  applicant   is  the  Vancou-'      ���,,.  nf,tl(..  r<)r   ,,vonty   days   n �� .... _
, J?.Sww^OoSpanr. United, having �����    ..^prtper    published   ir,   ne* ���
^y01-'    t8 lead ,xnc* at dM Wj of Vancou-  w���s,mi,stf.r   will   M   _MM   �����1 Danl,     Af     MA1.t/P^l
Ur,   liritish  Columbia. (ancl paving ^a -^ servl^jhereor  ^^ offlcf. : BMIK     0t     WlOmreai
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
0. S- A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of' Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts ot the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 ahd upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tow  Assets over $168,000,000.00.
WEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. Tt. BRYMNER. Manager.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE      DAILY        NEWS
^^_^^_ .ver    Hrltlsh   Columbia,  ana  _��_���"*  ������ ,.(ent servi_- i..*-.c... ,
^^^       NOTICE. -aplti.    of%2.600.00i.   divided   Wto     "!    nated at  the band   Registr    OfflA
I   Tak*  notice  that   tbe   a.Dore   Is   �� gggj sh_^B of .1.00 each, al, tm  N-PW Westminster   **^��gl    ^
"      opy  of  tl,_    proposed    By-law      ,,   ,      (b)   -nie nam* of the lake, 'r���,���n.Wa. tht. 4th day of August, a.
eUOten into consideration ;^ or   smlTce      MlslUoet    fflW I p . 1....
'      '��Wp��.r I'ouneM ^f the City  Nor(h   Arnv   Burrard    Inlet,    tlnd an . W  b   KM 1 11.
"    -���'-'    -_nmln��w�� one month from  g���,     (c)'   Th,   print   of   dtvMS�� . ��^WT___3K_?_i.
'���    at,    r -h* first .imhlicntWw ttoew - ��� "rftuwid  about   12   mtMfc   trom  I ��\    T��� Charlotte Cooper,  dames And��r
-    Oail.   New."  and    i>a'v nJ/.h of the river,  (d) The qnantit Laldlaw    J-J^^-JSS
Oolumbtan"    newspapers,  which  I_tt'|TX��r MtfW for in ���blo ("�� ^ Oeorge  P.  Wells,    William  Marciiant
��l oolt  piaiv. in   the  28_a. HcSSd    800     ie)   The   ch-raeter^of; gm|th. fldyard James Thaln.
"���'    f    uiy  1909, and 'hat a  vr.te of' ���,���   pr_po*e<1   works,   a   water  P<��^
,,      u^ of thv. City wlll be taken    ,a t tOT the generation of el��e��W
"    '���'    nbl    pmiHisert    bylaw   ���  *���"��  - ._._. ��� .    ���___._M.dl   an.   < om
'"'    f Migust, 1909, betv
1 nf nine o'clock a.m. ant
....     '     "���   oiiowing plaocw
n.   ound] .���htimb��r, civic' 1
To REsroNSiBLS PEon.a       Sv'"uJ
Laughlin
FOUNTAIN PEN
und
RED GEM
STA. InK Pencil
Your Choice of
$
Thin
Two
Popular
Articles
lor only
"����i    pum"""".    ..yiaw   on   uiro  j^,.   meri-niiril.-n 1    mniiH,,���   ��� ������
������i" of Migust, 1909, between 'he  mw.rllll   purposes   and   1 .rtlonli
r    In. o'clock a.m. and five P-'.he   operation   of   motors,    mactiine
imait. .  _ .u.     rt.nnr_tlrfin       '
hamety:   eiectl'c " lAgh_nK.     the   "P^"0",,,^
-.,....���,���.., ���.__  outldlnr,   tramways and other vw_ks '��^*J���r
"io Flro   Kail.    Sapperton;     asd  thB 'Mcfi   li(iht   he_t and   pOW*f are t.nii
,.4. .-h,44,4,^. Ite.,r^ + I, ... r,     ' .  ,,_..,  . I f \ 'I he      P���-
 -jerks
rtir#a,
StorehoiiH^,
W.
Illeventh
and   available.       l��>        h'.J__
I'lh
Hall.
A-. DTTNCAN
CUy   (l|nr���.
July   22nd    lftOf.
WATER NOTICE.
,.     rfl   "     S    li<T    .,   gh
11/^*1. ... *
ml��P.  on  which   the  water W.W
neii
mirtPR  on   wmen   u.��   ����������� ���   ��� .,
ottM 1, Sltnat��d at or near high ��ne
iiuirk at the mouth of th. *��'*��� J*��,
The purposes  for which the ^ieY^
to be used in to generate <-!"��rtc P��J;
er. light   and heal  for 'rwrtlon. HEW ,
ing   h,a.1n_,   mnmifacturing  ��la":
ing    ..Mi.nK,    iii.i.i.." o       __���_���
otice l_  h^rehv given that an ap- an_ ,.Verv Industrial or other purposes
i..   Y.       wl1' ^ ,IIA,1" Wider l'nrt V. to  which  It  may  be applle".    l''   '  ,���
-    Water  Act,   1909,"   to  obtain the water ls to b" u��*>d for Power        |
Mnse    In the    New Westnilnwti.r mining   purposes  dHBcrtbe  the   P1*-    k
New Wellington and
B_nf f Anthraeite.
JOSEPH MAYERS
Saocessor to
Mayers * Preston
Office, Front St., - oot of Sixth.
PJ O. Ban MS. Phone 106.
Po��!
paid
to any
���ddr��s>
Bi Uiciid -aii- &c _ta_
IfUnllant sre Etwit &i"
Every pen joarantecd
IWIMKLSclidOAd-cut
oa rtebt hand may be Sad
la e.ther aur alandard
black opaque pattern, or
Noa-breakable Tranapat-j
ent. aa dealred, either in |
plain or engraved finUh,
aa preferred.
Tm n,r try thliH* ��� "���_
II Mud*aotlind��Ml>|> l",��l��d.
��� Liter ,rll_. Ihu jWcmm-
mr. lot t����M �������������� ����� "J""*
mot la .nr oilwr ���_��. II ��������
���ntinlr i��>l,r>eaon la rm n-
imcI nilnta llaln ����> ������"*
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Crt o�� un U Mr tsmtf _*
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b. imM   lo   Mr  .dlllM   in
Kr Mil. a Sn����McW n,tl-
n- (iprlnfl *__.W__"
point. pcll>b.d nlou_M�� <"���_���'
MM.  tKI> CO**   I"1'*-     *'U.
VMM. Writ, lor tormi. *��_
Sw''I.��jmI_����.--   "������
l*Ltughlln Mfg. Co.*
Mjettle Bl*g..
Singer Sewing Machines, fivo-
drawer, drop-head, latest model, $52;
$5 down and $3 monthly; or $41.60
cash.
Seven-drawer    Machines,    $54,    $5
'down and $3 monthly; $43.20 cash.
I    (No  old   machines   taken  at   these
prices.)
Organs less than cost for cash.
Call and see for yourself the snaps
I hav. for August sale. Orders by
mall  promptly attended to.
J. H. TODD'S
Big  Music House
Detrol-
Ml��k
SIGN. SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
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DAILE NH.WH*
T^SDAV, AUGUST ^ iw
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e the house look like
by a liberal use of
JAP AND FLOOR
GLAZE.
City News
The lire which has been raging ih
the bush on Hasting* townsite, and
which it w-as believed was under com
trnl.  has  again  broken out, anj  wai
Irning briskly  Ins; evening.
Everything for the garfleQ at Tidy a   j
phone isi- �����" '!
��� Anderson & Lusby ���
! ��� ���
��� ���
I COLUMBIA STREET. %
: :
We are selling out
our line of Crockery and Glassware
at a big reduction.
We can afford to
do this, as we can
buy far cheaper
because of buying
larger quantities.
If you want to replace any of your
broken Crockery or
even a new lot,
buy now.
Always remember that you can
save money while
dealing with
i
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop
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..........................
WKIMINSIER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
SUCCESS   BRIGHTENS
AND  CHEERS.
Do not waver between two opinions
Lack of decision has lost many a fortune. A business education Is nee-
essary in all phases of life, so decide
to  enter
THE   WESTMINSTER
MODERN  BUSINESS  SCHOOL
which has been fitted up with the
most modern equipment for the training of stenographers and bookkeepers
for future usefulness and success.
Each day some new student has registered witn us. Why don't you enroll and allow us to do for you as we
are doing for many others���l>ad you
to success. Decide now. Call or
write.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal,
610 Columbia Street
XEW WESTMINSTER.
A large stock of fivsh killed poultry just arrived.    P. Burns Co.    193-1
For  first-cla.s  cut  fiowers and  any
kind uf Floral work, teleuhone Daw
Greenhouse, R20S. - *���
Dates for the sittings of tiie railway
commission on the coast have iiow
been set. They will he "t Vancouver on October 27, and at Victoria
two days later.
Buy orchard lands while they a__
cheap and become Independent.     We
are the official agents of Tlie Western
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Lei
us tell you about their choice holdings
ai   Appleland.      A  new  townsite am!
fruit  district    nlong the line of    tli
B. C. Electric Chilliwack lin,. and  V.
V*. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
This section excel.s in the production
of al) fruits.   Come at once whihj the
lest lands are selling cheap and let uv
show   ";i this section at our expense,
We  can    i- 11    live,   ten,     fifteen   tin .
twenty acre tracts on easy terms.     I-
J.  Hurt  <_  Co.,  Lid. *' j
The mayor and council have be.-n j
Invited ''. take part in the Labor Day I
celebration.
Don't  miss seeing the "eighth won- |
, der of the world," the salmon fishing
'on  the Fraser river, during the present season; the greatest i.i four years-
[Thousands upon thousands oi fish "
be -' ��� ii. Vi.Y iiv canneries at Steveston. The S.S. Transfer leaves Brack-
ivmKer's wharf daily at 3 p.m. ex-
c pi Saturday, when the steamer
leaves at 2 p.m., returning Bame day.
One dollar return. On Sundays i.
special excursion to Steveston and
return Is made, remaining at Steves
ton about an hour and a hail.
Steai: ei leaves li. C. Electric whan
at 3 p.m., arriving I nek at New West
minster at 8 p.m.     Fare, one dollai
I return. **
Lamb chops, 13c per lb., at P.
iBurns Co. 193-1
A puhlic reception will be tendered
Archbishop Dontenwill, now Superior
G-iaeral of the Oblate order at Si.
Patrick's hall, this  evening.
To Restore
that Complexion
You   lost   while   holidaying   use
Muir's Wifcbazel Cream
We also hav. all  kinds of complexion   creams  and  skin  foods
at
MUIR'S DRUG STORE
Ellard Block,
NEW   WESTMINSTER, B. C.
Starting   Saturday,   August   21,  the
B. C Electric city and Sapperton cars
will  mak,- one extra  trip for the ac-
jcom'modation   of    the  New  Westmin
ister people attending the horse races
at   Minoru   park,  Lulu   island.      Th
i last Sapperton car will  leave the office at 11:30 p.m., and the City car at
11:20 [.rn.
P. Burns Co.. at  15c per
The Art of Giving
is to select an article both useful  and beautiful.    This combination
will be found in my new stock of
S ILVERWAR E
Amongst  the   many   articles   will  be found  Fruit Dishes, Cake  Baskets,  Bread  Trays,  Toast   Ra cks,   Butter   Dishes,  Bon   L'on    Dshes,
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
Lard���At
pound.
An invitatl.in has heen sent to participate in the Pacific Coast Fire-
Chiefs- convention at Seattle on September 7, Lut there i* "nle probability of it being accepted a.s the Westminster city authorities support tne
B. C. Fire Chiefs association, to which
Chief Watson belongs, being presi
dent, when the association met bere
last exhibition. Assistant Chief Davidson will reprC'sf'111 the local brigade at the Revelstoke meeting next
month.
A small fire in tbe grass, which
spread to the fence around the Nazareth seminary, Seventh street,
called out the fire brigade early yesterday afternoon. It was extinguished  without much difficulty.
The Jury empanelled to examin -
;into the death of John M. Robertson,
jwho.se body was found On Sunday ln
the North Arm of the river, a. -in-
I bled yesterday, and the inquest iviis
j adjourned  to  this  moiuing  to enable
further vvldence of identification to
Ihe  brought.
The funeral took place yesterday
jafternoon to the Odd Fellows' ceme
It-ry of Victor Roy Crahani, aged
(eleven months, son of Mr. an.l Mrs.
;0. Oraham.
I
C.icago,    ..ng.  __.��� * oung    women
���of the Fine Arts Society of oak Park,
who are io aid iu Interpreting the
Grecian drama, the Ladles of Athens.
Ion Augusi 28, have tried dancing In
ib Ir bare feet, aud they do poi llle
it. Therefore, although absolute!,
fidelity io ih,, ancient Greek period
will be obseiv.d in Uie stage -""iv
nnri costumes, In thai particular the
artistic  traditions   will   be    violated
jThey  declare  tho graSs   tickled   their
bar,-  feet.
Al   rehearsals  their    giggles    ��)iil'���-
!upset the orchestra, and their effort!
to get away from the tickling on tha
soles of their feet Interfered with
the Btatellness and the grace of the
rhythmic dance.
Don't Forget the Place ���
Chamberlin & Co.
SHOE STORE
Lavery Block,      Colombia St.
����������������������������������������������������������������������������������+������������������������������������������������++�������
Snaps in Lots
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
���
���
X
* i
2  LOTS, DOUBLE CORNER���5 MINUTES TO 8IXTH ST. CAR    e,
LINE;  $225;  TERMS. X
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET  CAR   LINE���66x145  FEET;
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS.
2 LOTS,  NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;   TERMS.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
It&'Yin;
Program changed Monday, wen
DBsday and Friday. Special matin",
tor ladles and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. m.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further
particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. |
������������������<��������������>�������������������������������������������������������������������������*����������������������������n.i
STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY  EXCEPT  SATURDAY.
ren
Week
Six days of excitement and pleasure for
the youngsters and of great importance
to their mothers.
-CHILDREN'S WEEK"-A NAME TO CONJURE BY. IT WILL BECOME FAMOUS WITH
HUNDREDS OF FAMILIES IN AND AROUND THIS CITY, AND WILL EXCITE THE LIVELIEST
INTEREST     BOTH   ON   THE PART OF THE  LITTLE FOLKS AND THEIR  MOTHERS.
TO THE CHIEDREN
TO THE MOTHERS ?
IT MEANS SIX DAYS OF SOLID DELIGHT���FOR WE HAVE PRO
VIDED MANY INTERESTING FEATURES TO INTEREST THE THE
YOUNGSTERS WHILE THE EVENT CONTINUES.
IT MEANS A PERIOD OF EXTRAORDINARY ECONOMIES IN EVERY
HING THE LITTLE FOLKS NEED FOR SCHOOL, PLAY AND
DRESS WEAR.
IT COMES JUST WHEN OUR STOCKS OF CHILDREN'S GOODS ARE AT THEIR NEWEST.
FULLEST AND BEST���AND JUST AT THE TIME WHEN THECHILDREN'S REQUIREMENTS ARE
GREATEST���WHEN VACATION DAYS ARE NEARLY OVER AND SCHOOL DAYS NEARLY HERE.
WE ARE SURE THAT ALL MOTHERS WILL WISH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS 0C
CASION, AND URGE UPON THEM TO BRING THE CHILDREN TO ENJOY THE ATTRACTION OF
THIS  UNIQUE  EVENT.
���J001
Serviceable Hose for
School Girls 20c Pair
a hosiery offer affording opportunities
to save. Children's and Misses' lace
and plain cotton hose In tan, blaok
and white, some BOO pairs to be cleared out this week. Every odd lin--
must go, sizes -V. to SV_- Regular
values 25, 30, 35.    On sale, per pair,
20c
h
v^
"Our Boys" Best 25c Hose
W,. rarry the best heavy and fine
ribbed cotton hosP at this price that
is possible to procure, fast black,
nicely shaped reinforced knees, he-Is
and toes, good length and strong;
sizes *i to 10 Inches. Special price, per
pair,
25(
Girls' Summer
Dresses on Sale
Today $1.35 Eac_
Dresses In about 25 styles���H-*
tips that are worn every day by school
girls of all ages. Many print drew,
jumper suits of print, sailer dres"es
of Galatea, Oxford, Whit,. Drill Blld
Whit.. Muslin dresses, pique Buster
suits and linen Buster dresses. W��
have put th,. entire n'"'- meaeu
regular $1.75 to .2.25, into one special lot and marked at a spei i.'i >1��("-'
on  price
$1.35
Girls  White Muslin Dresses
FINE  WHITE   MUSLIN DRESSES TRIMMED WITH LACE    AND     EMBROIDERY.     AGES
FROM 10 to 16 YEARS.    VALUES $5.00 TO $6.75.    SALE PRICE   	
White Duck and Linen Sailor Suits
IN   COLORED   CHAMBRAYS   AND   FANCY   MUSLINS. VALUES   UP   TO   $4.00.     SPECIAL
TODAY        _____,._     . 	
$W5
Clearance of Buster Brown Belts
IN PLAIN AND PATENT LEATHERS, ALL COLORS. ,>r
SALE PRICE EACH   ... /Sf
BOYS HEAVY RIBBED COLLIN  HOSE���Spliced heels and  toes,    ����
sizes i','/. to 10 in.   Reg. 25 to 30c. Sale price, per pair fn>    /(If
BOYS   BLOUSES���in   white,  duck,  with  navy  and  light    blue   ^����
nallor  collars.    Ages  up   to   10 years.  Reg.  $1.25.    Sale  price   ��� *r      Jjf _..__
SMALL CHILDREN'S DRESSES���Ctolnred   and   wlhlte,  Regular     .- >Y^��
prices 60c, 65, 75. Sale price, e^ach        4jf \^_1
BOYS'  STRONG   LINEN  CRASH AND WHITE DUCK    & s'Kr 4
SAILOR   SUITS���Emblem  trimmed.    Reg.    $1.75 and    $2.00. \\   \~\
Sale Price,  each       ytt\IV
BOYS'  AND   GIRLS'  JERSEYS AND SWEATERS���All sizes and    QCf --
colors.    Regular $1.25.   Sale price, each   __-     *J*J\t ~r'
W. S. COLLISTER I CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.
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