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 1309.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone E5.
ioois mm
fg AUTUMN TERM
RECEPTION TO KL GIVEN
PROMINENT ECCLESIASTIC
lUEMFY     AERIE Of EAGLES
TING CORPSt       RECEIVES VISITOR
Re
en W
i,. '"inary
���Opening
Mgr.   Dontenwill   Arrives   to  Core
Back     at Business   Arising   From   Epi
pate���Gathering  Tomorrow.
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Mgr.   Dank nwl I, Supi
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hall   Kiiiini row   , ..
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Ta .01.  M !���    'I.  Oifford    ������',������!
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!c Robertson!
on   Banks of
North Arm.
it Herring Wel-
i    I rday     lias
i Career.
BIO FIRE THREATENS
CITY OF DLCATUK
FIVE CEN : 3 I'I".; COP.
SLIGHT INCREASE     "
IN SOCKEYE RUN
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LONGSHOREMEN'S  STRIKE
TIES  UP TWO  SHIPS
"ia     Alaska.
John
Th     prlnci
:   ,! MlSfi
ilahej (,.������: on
( v via     Alaska.   Aug
11   -I   Bpurr,  ship,   Seward and Jennli   a
| Mi    Crow    le re,   unable   do  dlsi ;
\ ������������������ ouvi ���      lies ni :;.  inns ei fri Ighl i
In j Wardle  und  the strike of longshoremen  whicl
Clara  Uud  and   bei_n hi progress two days.   Th   n en
i..   staff. . rn   ; I .a noiii-. bul '
L. ������   '��� ���" hei. D. H.  i" r  River  &   Noi   iewi   ten    li
' win paj  ,..ily 30 v nts     Th    ra
v.     I    ' ndi ' '   .a
sum,   section n. ii  to  help disci
lh.    ships'  ca:.: li
, "Hi', (1.
Accommodation.
|.��� ��� .ui" lation ma ���
.    ii.-   was   cm-
'I   though sui- i
(ml; ,  ��� xercise  the
50 passe , In o
hav,   to
t. It lg pot    yet
I am li       thi
children do not
h ��� iromptly after
[i and  ii   will  be 	
, on  Bcboo] -��� ���
fresh accommo   \l���l.l1.('nnTp<;t'pH    Din _p
ii. q tor 30 pupns i"-ucn-uontes.ea   Clause
|v - ii , :     ie  also a
I Lord     Kelvin
use i   ii   neces-
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. -i
Into '.
i Mtirchli
mi city
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_
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��� in   . i  ������
���   i] lo ��� .   ,,     th     halibut
Flamingo     Sine     then   I
��� en
On  I       body's beh nto
town,  the fi lends who had  been  ' n
���
I
at of Roberl
certain
y thi  ;  ���   ��� -   ��� ol c rtain tatoo marl s
nu h s arm.
���:    ���        v   le Id pen ling the
lllg of . coroner's jury.
BRiTAiN Will
IMPOSE LAND TAX
of
Twenty Years Ago
....    ���
Twi ni     Veai    ago,"    the    following
pj ��� it   In thi   \. ws   \d\
��� ���   ��� '���    cllppe 1   trom  thi   columns
;      puv |   for Augusi  22   1SS9:
"\V.   ll.   Keary    and    B.  VV.  Shiles
���vi      lected aldermen 'tn the b
tion in New We.tmlnstr    i   '1
nai <        a ...  North
I I a pr vaii
ih, al| sub-
:i,
,
i hy ]
...
1.1
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th
-..:'.,. aei        ���   '     .'
.V   Althchli on,    pri sldent,    B.   Robb,
vlce-pn (ami
H.  Schoflel I,  secretary, ]
preside! I   i. nch.    Nels
I i' cept'.on
in Mr   Hei ring      > ��� ���  .       Irive round
city th r i   Va
.    th,    vici pn sill",-,,   iid-
i ��� the  Orp
I,, ih n-.iv on "Fi in   tiaul in.'    Mr,  Herri, ,:....:     villi!     ,,:,,,   i
hi    tour,    Hi ���   ii of  three
An "i lean    univi i sltl        and
���   ��� ngllsn at Notre 'lami
for six yi ars.    11 ��� was als i
of the 1        ooi which chu
in   'ii   I 'in- lie coast i" play a western
college team, und was known through-
v v       out thi easl as a ba n   all pitcher and
all-round  atblete.    in   1904   h,
I,, ih. Democratic conven
don which nominated Judge Parker,
H, _ close friend of W. I. Bryan.
ih i lemocratlc leader, and hlmsi li
i ' candidate   for   lleut.-gov irnor
of Indiana  lasi  year.
Entire  Block  Is Endangered and  Loss
Aleady  Amounts to Away Over
$1,000,000.
11.
earl;   thla
is In
Will 'rf
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thn a, t.
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ind It 1    In llevi ,.
'     kill' ('     ':,
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all    'i    ' eu
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I'n   en     i    1 ' ll
111   ���      n      Ini   in
' th, pi ",,!,
,p hing sparks tn
_ ::      io ini  v ��� i DUO,	
But Fishermen Fear Ihat
the Main Body of Salmon
is Past.
Xew Budget Has at Lasi
Passed House.
School  Ait-ndance 	
P'V   ���- xpecti ,i   i,i   '. ,    ll
\ .    .      sew,.,   '.iv-      London,  Aug   22.  -Ha> ng   buc ���
the   full   number ed   by   means of  an  all-nlghi   Bitting
| ooi  ng.,   although of the House ol Commons In pa
I'-    ' ielng   ���    ii    i through Committee in,, clause.   ! '
ools    The num- Budget  Iposing a lax on land valuvs,
iv i.iiinif,  partlcu- the Governmenl  has gl\*n the mem
F                   mmei   months,  at
TAF1 WILL HOU) ARMY
DOWN TO 80,000 MEN
Enlisted  Force  Will  Be  Limited After
Next  July���Means  Reduc (I
Cost  of Government.
V    " ,    i- to enforci a
nance.
Opening   Exercises.
this   afternoon   at
J centra: i 1 t|.     trus,,. ,a   w|]|
[ principals   rooms   and
I v   . ,., rtlflcatea, and
f. iu d. Miss Rogers
'"     roo.il.   as   thi
I ards received their
bei   resignation,
'   , r,.  will  be a  <���>'-
hi r.   when the new
' ," ' tafl win haw in. op
I make the acquaintance
I tea    throughout     the
hers a week's releas fro d th , sr
duoiis labors, during which tlmi lesi
ciuii, nidus oieasures will be consld
ir  I.
Th,.  property  of  friendly  societies,
which  own  lands valued 'at upwards  shall be not
of $500,000,0000,  is  exempted    undei-  80,000 men,
lh .   new   rea ling     This   is   a
Washington,    Aug.     22.--Pn
Tafl lms decided that, beginning Julj
in _-. ih
of 1,1,   army
nlisted  fore
greater  m strength ''''"
This   includes  lhe  army
ernjees- hospital  works, the Philippine scouts
si ,-, to the Labor-Unionists, who form and the service schools detachment
a larg, majority of the shareholders At presenl the enlisted strength am-
.'��� the  societies. ounts to 78,308 with 4,000 additional
Another   much   criticised   provlsicn men In the Philippine scouts, with a
of th    Bill, Imposing a tax upon un- third additional strength  repr
mined  minerals, wag also withdrawn, Uy members of the Bervce schools de
ami a tax oi  ml Ing   royalties  and tachment   bringing the uegregate to
runs   was  substituted     The  govern- aboul ^vhi ' men.
ment, however, maintained Uie prin-| This reduction Of the army will en-
rlpl'or taxation on land values, and U.le Ihe President to further decrease
In the campaign throughout  th" conn    the  expenses  of the govemment.
PITTSBURG STRIKERS
Car  Company   Physician   Fatally  Shot
and Determined Attempt to Blow
Up Plant Made.
��i AUTO KILLS
THREE SPECTATORS
'   Burs,s    and     Machine
"�����u3"   Fence   Into   Crowd   of
Looke j-ori.
22.���Twe s; n
'    a irlpualy injured
������ "ini  proi ably    fatal)}
10 National, driven
I
try   In   which   th,-  Cabinet   Ministers
are taking part, is attempting to jus-j
tlfy its policy. The Unionists are Just
as  busy in  opposition  to  this  policy.
The masws seem to favor the vv
ure, and same    T'nlonist newspapers,]
reeotrnls'ins.' th's, arc urging the party
to give  up the fight and  turn it. attention   to   tariff   reform      Th     leal-
Dash;s  ers ar,.  supported    by a    majority of
the party, however,  mil  nre insisting
ihat   a contest   go  o-i  until    the  hill
reaches the House of Lord-
SENATE DISALLOWS
TA. ON INCOMES
Plttsburfg, Pa., Aug. 21.���Hurling a
-.I containing nltro glycerine Into the aerowaj surrounding th. en-
i i-iiiky to the main offlc ��� of th.'
Pressed Steel Car company at 0:30
o'clock tonight, a number ol strikebreakers who were I'a-d off toda and
released from the plant made a determined effort to blow Up iho plant
resented and effect th<> release of the rest of
the   men   who   were   being   detained.
Tlie company restuarant was attacked tonight by a crowd of womu.i
but not much damage  was done.
Dr, \V. 1). Davidson, company surgeon of the ear c'lmpany, became involved tonight with a group of Hungarians. They dragged bim off a|
street car when he began BhbotJpg. I
The shots were return, d and the sur |
geon ''ll wiih a bullet In his arm and i
another In his neck. At 1 a.m. lie'
was   reported  dying.
LUNACY  IS ON THE
INCREASE   IN   GREAT BRITAIN
London,  Aui    22     rhe    report    of
i     lo Ol ''
iw the    '������
ol   Insanity In G i
������    m :       7-       (i
11 Increai ol 2,7 '���'���. 'I he
women lead th. mi n !>;��� l i,0 '0 ihi
i rlmlna]  lunatli s  have   IncreaBi d
in   the  year,    a   feature  '���-
���  u  rale of Insanity among pi r
���  '. nti" 1  | t_fe   li iv. Ch ii and
mining   I min  .       ���:'.,.,,      the     !;
ral "   Thv commissioners favor tarm
colonies for the mild  ca it s, an 1 also
enslon of the boardlng-oui      s
i.,'in. under supervision, with observation  wards,
FOR ST EIRES RAGE
IN UPPER C.UMY
Grand Forks Threatened By
Flames $3,000,000 Damage Done Near Spokane.
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Canners Await Reply.
'       ' inn in  ..   awa i
to   I '   -it
"��� s   req ii    i       an
i   ,   season   u nil   Si pi
It I    , radically    ur,
, i gram tin   req        and
11 id rn that 'ii'
,-, toinon ow,
\\ heth. |   the exttnslo , of i .
in the i an n r much good
' . "i iv,i.- Idei ibl doubt.
Many ol the tl hermen who have
yeai of ex ierlem e on the rlvei ar
of iin- opinion thai the run for th ���
nt year i. over, and I i. lm" i
enlng of the open  seas n will mi    ���
very   little   dil'f. nice.
"Th,- big run i over' said one ex-
perleni i i fisherman to the News yesterday . "It's true we got only a tew
fish i" tiv river, bui that' Ibeca'iBe
they were all takea h, the trapi on
th. American Bide bi fore tb v had a
chance to ge| here al all. The flsh
were there all right, and In large
num  ers;   the only troubl_ is thai   wi
i Coal vi, a on  Pi -
Two).
FARMERS PLEASE  NOTE.
Specimcnts   of   Grain    Will    Bi
corned.
Wel-
Tho secretary of the board of trade
will he glad to receive speclments of
jgrowth    and   samples   of   grain   from
the   district,  cereals  of   all   kinds   being   welcome,   to   be   us,- ,   fo,-   ad ver
Grands Forks   B.C.   Vug 22     ihls "BlnS Purposes Hops from the iipper
town is in dangi ti  !;l;;ls'1'   vallf'-v  v'.'n  als<l    '' weIoomed
bj a foresi  tire thai  ha    _ ig ' ''"' specimens In the hoard of trade
in the vicinity for two da Uready \���m   requ re renewing    In    several
Rosebery has been d In-  ?ases'  Particularly now ow���g to ib��
habitants    narrow!.,     >>,   ,.:_    witn
their lives.    Th ��� fires are i i1
ing   througb   the  vallej   toward  Hut-
ton,   and   the  residents   of the  H'tle
town are fleeing.   The for st rai
are recrultng firefighters,
atus Is being hurried from points out-
he danger zone.    Although  the
(lames   ha.,;   not   yet  touched   Grand
Forks, ihey are beaded in tn s direction,  and  every   preparation  is   I eing
made (o stop the tire bef ire it reachi
the city.
Sjiokane, Aug. 22.���The great forest
fire which has raged forty-eight hours
in the Coeur d vieiv Indian reserva
tkn, was controlled this evening ac-
codrlng to a report emanating from
the flre fighters'  lines.
Mill owners deprecate the ex nl ol
the flre because of h.avy Interests in
the mountains, but an area of approximately eight Square miles containing
choicest whlte pine has lxvn flre
swept and blackened and the less will
reach   nearly  $3,000,000.
large number of visitors Mr.
receiving  rtally.
Wa I- is
Her Candle Is Out.
Dos Angeles. Cai., Aug. 22.���If lie-
'11:.. known last nlghi that Mrs. Ada
Otis, divorced wife of Tho-. this, a
well-known mining man, and formerly
Miss Ada Tilt, of Chicago, committed
suicide in the Van-Xuess by drinking
poison. The woman left a note addressed to We Colenui.i. u wealthy
young man of San Francisco, saying:
"The flam, is not worth the candle. ���
OtMTIVES ARREST
KIDNAPERS ON TRAIN
STATUTE IS OLD, BUT
Accused     of   Stealing  the    "Incubator
Baby"  Indiana  Woman  Faces a
Serious Charge.
DID  NOT  ENDORSE
LAC   LA   ROUG_  GOLD   FIND
Washington State Upper
House Refuses Lo Pass
New Bill.
_1AI.lOUS_ ESCAPE
ALMOST CtRTAiN DEATH
!
,11. v,, endorsation lh" Pr��P��sed
���
,
Ottawa,    Aug, ii.���"An    altogether
erroneous ImpreBs'.on hag b en spread
d a fro ii   up. an ! i, regard to the
"'.  Into th   crowd   whicji  i  hav,. to the rec.nl  reporie
' urn   oi   the   fi,,,]   of  gold  at   Luc  La   Rouge."  Bairi
Ths accdent  m,-. \\. Rowutt head of the Umber and
the   bleachers, mines branch of the Interior De-pan
���v  His
-day
, i
nl tl.
'''' spectators closely ,m,nl   when Tntervlewed In connection
" "ior,. wi',6 not killed   with this En dolhei- re'.orted gold dis-
���' to ih,_. "
I Merz machine  word   came ��f  th   emost
'    l I ' !     "	
IK
and hi
-i- liiet tim  imi  lew  coverles   in  Canada.    Som-,.  time  ago
,n rim Merz maciiiiie worcl  ciin,e of th  emost  remarkable
'""""Hi, landing through discoveries since the Klondyke finds.
nisu-l,i,'     '[ w,ls  V'hueil  beneath  and  y,r   uowait   who  was  In  Prince
lllim   throw.   l"s meohanlolan. (;-  Albert then, was snld to have declared
""'l-    Mer,      i ���"'   ��V('r    on     t,vo  ,llc specimens sent to him  to be as-
lchln"   turriV. .W _�� lymB ",uler the saw>d to be of a very rich character.
ai>"�� in   ,   ,      .    ,h''  ���Slne     H''  "I   known   really  nothing of  the  ^ac
|9w  bruise.     ""nic,"OUs Wa>' w,tn   La   Rouge   R��ld   discovery,-   said   M'"-
F''rz ��as   iii        ,     . Rowutt,  " and  the Impression  that I
I'1'   he 'v 1  '";'" l,ac.  to tlle 8tan  endorsed it aa a good thing Riven in
1�� '"'I l���e., ,.,. .  .d    y h,s fattu'r' despatchvs   sent   oasi   Is   entlrel
r (n Wd he was dead. tiYwmn."
Olympft Aug. 22. Washington was
not put on record today a i favoring
tmendmecnl to the r"n
j bi union giving Congress iiv powi I '
levy a I per ceni lev o i incoin in
excess of (5,000 per year The mean-
in was introduced In lie House by
Dr dhem of King and passed that
bodv. Senator OotterW was anxious
for action by the Senate and when
t
Injuries of Passengers in
Overturned Train Only
Cuts and Bruises.
Youngstown,    Ohio,   Aug.   22.���One
trainman  was killed, two injured and  j'^
a .-core of passenger* bruised and cut
Kansas City, Mo., Detectives shori-
DOES THE  BUSINESS  ly  after  midnight  entered  a  Burling-
  ton train at the Hannibal Bridge de-
Edmonton, Altsu, Aug, 22.���The old pot and arrester Mrs. James C. Bar-
I'luglish statut,, of George II., whieli clay, of Moline, 111., and a private de-
prescri.es that where the occupant of tective who gave his name as Johin
a rented house removs ih,. goods to Gentry, the kidnappers of Marian
prevent distraint I'm- rnt he sh.iii he|Bleakl��y, the "incubator baby." An-
llable to pay twice the alue or suffer
Imprisonment in the house Of correction, wus held, by Magistral Cowan.
to he eft'ectie In the case of lohn
Skinner vs- Ales; Blggart, Blggarl
imi rented a bouse from Skinner
through Watson & Co., real e tati
agents, and allowed the re it to get in
arrears, 'r'nm be removed his goods
in ii house near ihe packing plant. He
was  ordered   to  pay  to  the extent of
when train No. 215 runni ig iron
j committee having Ll in charge re Pltisburg to Chicago on the l'enn.yl-
ported that it be left to a regular Bes-lvanla and connecting at Alliance �� .'h
sion of Legislature, Cotterill entered the Pennsylvania eight.en-hour New
a strenuous objection. He declared ! York-to-Chicago train, was derailed as
that the time for Us consideration it rounded a curve in the yards here
was now and that th.  members Were at 7:35  tonight.
cowardly for not acting, especially In '    Spreading rails caused the accident.
view of the wishes of th. President of!    That many other8 were not kllie
other man suppossed to have been
with the party, escaped the detepUv s.
He is said to have left the train as
the detectives entered. Officers are
looking for  him-
"All I want is a chance to try tIncase once mor,. In Missouri.'' said
Mrs. Barclay. "I do not want her sent
back to Kansas. Missouri gave the
child to m_ In the first piace and l
want another chance to try thv. case
here."
Recover G.N.R. Engine
From Bottom of Fraser
After  Interrupted  efforts vxtendlng into  the  river were valued at about
the l'nited States.    Falconer accused a miracle, for all the cars in the fast over two months, *he G.N.R. engine, $14,000.    The loss from .two months*
Cotterill of iiolitk-iil demngogism. The train   were  derailed   except   the  last i which went down ln the wreck at tue immersion in the river is much lesa
of the string, the parlor coach.   The Westminister  bridg.   on   June  19,  in- than would be expected from Its ap-
��� the wrong-'
Wiere Fall Victims
to Speeding Automobile
ln  resolution was lost. 13 ays io 24 noes.
A memorial petitioning Congress for
a  Mount   Baker   Nat:on.>'.~��B.irk   was
��� adopted.
Landnn
[the loth
Emma Goldman's Outburst.
.New York, Aug. 13.���A mild-mannered audience of 300 applauded faintly last night, when Emma Goldman
concluded a protest against police interference in New York, and a ivveiw
ii,   ���, avy  "llst
t0nRi1K   10
when
.   l    ^HBH [Cl   ICI   ��UV*i       kt.      k-*** WW k   '��� ,    il ,      U1IU      est      ���   .     ���	
'"tli Un_tJ_,|TNta'ty-el!*t men  th�� centre of the column conlnued to of the recent uprising In Spain at an
*g ii ro-irt n Were  marching sing Bast  Side anarchist meeting here.
lr "Wavy .ni'..   i!_ ��'clock ln a ra"     The car. ��____ was travelling at a     "I warn you working-men of Amerl-
that some day you will have to ����
brothers In  Spain are dong.
. Most of in aU  directions.""whfti it
,|i,   .|M, Btnging, nnd  there-  way   through   the   column
" ''I ,,,��� ..���'   ,lr  Ua  approach.   The  stonned  in_    .oIip^   hv  the 	
WY:IIIT:I���7'M "K%T&?r53rt7. that you say. 'We will bigooa; we Will
F' '" let ii .' ""'T,1 t0 r,E;|,t ana ten men nr* seriously Injured, butlobey,' you will get the kick you de-
''     ' wl,l,�� lhp  m���  in  that no one was killed. 8erve-'
mo'or van  high ">ate' of speed,   rushed   Into  the cn
llnng fmni .V'm<K*   newsP��Per  midst of 'heir ranks,, hurling lhe men as  your
'Oldies   ,'"  Ufi rear.   Most of ,n M (llrt.cMons.    when It was half-.Some day you will be made to i_M��
'      iih-Iiip:   an,i  tb_M_  ~���..   ,u    .. n     |,     was  that  the laws are not made by you,
P Infuriated and that you need not obey them. Ii
engine and baggage coach oveiurned
Tiie Injuries of the passengers, all of
whom were thrown from their seats,
consisted cnlefly of cuts from broken
iblass and bruises in being hurled
against the furniture and sides of the
coach-es.
8PANSH REFUGEES FLEE
TO  SOUTH   AMERICA
Bordeaux, Aug. 22.���The steamer
Chili left here today for Argentine
and Brazilian ports with -two hundred Spaniards among h.r passengers. They include a number ot
Barcelona revoluticnisas, who are
fleeing the country, as w.11 as a large
contlngen* of young men.-who are
going i rjad to escape military Service.
volvlng  the  loss  of  two  lives,    iwas pearanoe at the present time.
raised by a steam derrick near Monk's j    Assistant    Superintendent    .Devery
wharf yetserday mornng. land   the other officials,    as  well  a_
The incident held the attention of; Diver Cook are well satisfied   .1th the
hundreds   'ot   spectators,   who   lined j issue of their prolonged labors.
Front Street during the  proceedings. i^=^���f""^"^8gBg
The  cable  which broke on Saturday + + + . + 00 + 0+ + + * + ** + + +
had been replaced, and the wrecalng . ���
crew eased the engine away from the ^
rock which had previously held it. e,
After two months IB the water the 4
engine plates were very rusty, but 4
the wheels, all except tne 1'ogey truck 4
were still attached. The engine will ���
be placed cn the rails, and hauled toothy, repairing shops. Nothing has yet 4,
been seen of the tender. ���
The negotiations and eiforts made 4
in connection with this accident have 4
cost the company at lease $4000. The 4
locomotive and tender when they fell 4 >
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty  cents and  did not let the  peop|e know anything about it, he would not sell  any.      You  must tell  the people what you h.ive to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us  have  got  the habit of thinking that  because we have  been a  long time  In  business  everyone  musl  of  n cetslty   know   all   about u-
wares.       Use   the   advertising   columns  of  The  Daily  News and  keep  abreast  of  the  time*.
Snd  our
WANTED.
V \\Ti:n>��� YOl'NG MAN WANTS
first-class room and hoard. Musi
be central- State terms. Apply
\v.  P., Dally News.
HOUSE TO  RENT.
fi_ANTED���FIRST-CLASS   PRESSKU.
Apply at one,-.     Royal    City   Dye
Works.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOI BB,
wiih hath. $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt  street, 230 Eleventh Street.
j	
FOR RENT���NEW .ROOM COT-
tage, corner of Eighth avenue a��d
Fourteenth str,-et west. Apply W.
Healon.   on  premises.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for tho
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham.
hly block, P. O. box 7ft_.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
WANTED���TO
nished  house.
fi'-.
RENT,      A      PUR-
Apply at  News  Ot-
FOR   SALE.
WANTED���HANO OR VIOLIN DES-
Boni in part payment for room and
hoard; will pay $4.DO for two meals
and room- W. Howard, Crystal
Theatre.
WANTED���TWO JUNIOR CLERKS;
must have High School certificates.
Apply Royal Ban . of Canada.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET O.
Dickens and Scott, goo I condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R481.
��� I.
'WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work  guaranteed.
LOST.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
s-t with four emeralds and four
I_arls, a large ruby in the centre.
One  pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Daily News offlce.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES &  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suuurban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., HEAL ES-
tate and insurance, Phone .35. 1.6
Columbia street, P. 0. drawer 100.
LOST���ON SS. TRANSFER, SATUit-
day, July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped pearl attached. Return to
Dallv News Office.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
70    RENT���COMFORTABLE,    FUR-
nished bedrooms; reasonable t.rms;
82.  Royal avenue.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION* OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, bath,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 308. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and Insurance. Money
to loan,   744  Columbia street.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers amd dyers, ,'J45 Columbia street,
phone R27_ The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N DRAPER. Ii. C. LAND St R
n-eyor. El.ard block, New Westminster,  B. C.
LIVERY   STABLE.
KINO   UP     850     FOR     HACKS   AND
smart   turnout.     The   Fashion   Sta
i('S.
MACHINE   WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and    shingle    null  machinery,
Mill   plants  and  specifications   pie-
pared.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
tore and sV.ieiiors, Westminster
Trust Block Columbia street, New
Westminster.     W.  J.   Whiteside,   li.
l. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLEK _ McQUAKRll.
iK. c. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie i. Solicitors, Uarrl..
:��� rs. etc., i- Lome street, opixjslte
courthouse, New Westminster,
i Phone 143) 'ii 1 the Vancouver of
fice Is at No, 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street Wast,
OEORGE E MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Colum!,la and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of niounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed,
Columbia street,  New  Westminster.
W. MYERS CRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
STENOGRAPHY    _.    TYPE      ^
II.Q]
FREEMAN      Bl N ,,,,,.,     ,
Gulchon block.     i J** II
CUSTOM      sn ,,ilv
Typewriting;   i ,       ��fl
letter*,   etc.     i .   ,-.;Yf\
lumbla itreel "���'*��� ul
52
THEATRE8.
CRYSTAL   TULA! ,
.la    street.         v ~   fH
picture.;   I luetrat, i ,ong,      "��l
ous attractions ���-v, ^..J
Monday.  Wo.!,, v^f'
THE  EDISON  Till: v f^T
Colum!,ia   uml   I-;]f_i sfl,   u   Y.i
moving  iiii ture- ���    '.,,'Y
Program changed M i_.,���et_tl
day and Friday.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G.  W.  SAIT, ARCHITECT���
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 415.
PAPER   HANGING &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomlning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixtn
street,  New  Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledg.rs; Oowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 1411. Old
Dallv  News  Block,  Sixth street.
TAILORS.
GALVIN.  LADIES' AND MKXSTAlJ
hiring.      A new    line   ���! Ill; sultf
Ing just In.      Button making, pra
ing and repairing.     !(��� <ii_ 9, Su-I
block.     Entrances  625 Columbia I
and 264 Clarkson st.    I   ,:.,. H:.fj.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for it. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram  ottice.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER       WOODWOHHIfl
Co., bank, office and Btore fittings;
cabinet,  stair,    showcase��, man:e_]
and detail  work.    Designs and es.
mates   furnished
prietor.      Work'
and car line.     I
473.
J.   Brooki:
Corner QeTttjB
0. box 254, Hotel
li
GROCERY.
JCOOKSLEY'S        PICTURE        POST
cards   are  on   sale    at   M.   Morey's
IFOR  THE  BEST   VALUE   IN  GRO- j    Stationery  Store, J.  G.  Gamon s 'ci-
ceries, phone 386.      The Pure Food j    gar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug stor.
I    Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811. I    and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
SECOND HAND   8TORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all k'uda of new and second
hand goods A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
TENDERS.
T*nders ar,. requested for piumSI.
at the Central School lavatory. PUi
and  specifications  at  my offlc 1*\
ten clos,. August 31, 1909.
W- D. GOODFELLOW, An
RAINY SEASON
MUCH OVERDUE
Central America Suffering
From Severe Drought-
Rivers Drying Up.
Mobile, Ala., Aug. 20.���Engineers
arriving here from British Honduras
and Southern Mexico and some parts
of Guatemala report that severe
droughts are 'being experienced. It
Is due to an unexplainable retarding
of the rainy season, which should
have commenced early in June. Rivers
are drying up, and work on plantations has been temporarily suspended.
Lack of business has resulted Id
many lines on this account, and until
the rans begin and enterprises can
start anew the demand for supplies
from merchants, it Is predicted, will
be slack.
An English syndicate is planning
to construct a line through the undeveloped portions of British Honduras into the mahogany belt in order
that that yaluabl-e commodity may be
made more accessible to transportation facilities. As It is, the operators
have to depend entirely uposi navigable rivers, and in dry seasons they
cannot 'be utilized.
CROWD GETS DUCKING
AND VERY BAD SCARE
Dock  at   St.   Agathe   Collapses   With
Five Hundred Spectators of
Regatta.
MARKHAM ANSWERS
CALL OF GOLDEN WEST
Mogul was said to have been almost blind in hi3 right eye. He
could hardly distinguish the limits
of his cage. Smce the operation by
Dr. Van Mater, however, thy rhino
is said  to be getting along nicely.
Dr.  Van  Mater  alleges  that  be operated  on   both of   Mogul's  eyes     in
1908, giving his services    that    time
gratuitously because he believed that
the benefit he would get from the advertisement  would  compensate    him.
But when called in  a -second time, in
January  last,  he  says,  there  was  no
Montreal,   Aug.   19.���There   was    a  understanding that  his services  were
scene of great excitement at the St.  to be given free, amd he sent a bill
Agathe   regatta   when    a  promenade for $1,000 to Dr. Hornaday, the Zoo's
over  the   water  collapsed,   precipitat- curator.
lng 500 people to a floating wharf five \    Mogul's  custodians  refused  to pay
j feet below and throwing 50 of them: the bill, and 'he attorneys for the so-
���Ho the lake, five or six feet deep aticlety,   Miles   _  Johnson, of  11    Wall
that point.  Ta accommodate the crowd  street got an order from Justice Crare
at  the    finishing    line,    a    promen-1 to take  the testimony    of    Dr.  Van
j ade had  been  built over the floating j Mater preliminary to th-e trial. Reuben
dock   opposite   the   Hotel     DelmonteM L. Haskell, of 44 Court street, is coun-
|th_ dock being used by the competl-'sel for Dr. Van Mater.
tors.    At  the  conclusion  of tlie  race j    The  suit  will come  to trial in the
one of  the   onlookers   fell  out  of  a j fall.
I boat.   Immediately there was a rush |         �����
of  flve or  six  hundred   people  from
: the hotel verandah to see the rescue.
(The weight proved too much for the
jpronivnade,   whose   supports    slipped
out Into the lake, and the whole mass
(of people  were precipitated onto  the
dock  five   feet   below.    The    guardrail broke, and 50 of the crowd were
thrown Into  the lake.    A wild  scene
of confusion followed as the mass of
frlghuned     people    were    extricated
from the wreckage of the promenade,
I while  the   boat*   were   busy  rescuing
I those thrown  Into  the  lake.    For    a
I time lt was  feared  that   a    terrible
catastrophe    had    taken    place,
It    was     some      time      before
could   be    found   out   whether
A BURGLAR BOLD
WAS TBE "SILVER KING"
His  Residence Was Found Fitted up
In   Grand   Style   After  His
Arrest
Famous   Poet   Decides   to   Return   to
California, Where He Get* His
Inspirations.
Edlnburg,  Aug.    20.���Tbe    remark-
j"'�� ! able career of an alleged burglar was
., j related at  the  Edlnburg police court
any
when Charles Williamson, alias Williams, was charged with housebreaking.
jvople    had    been    killed    or    not,
Fortunately, th. mishap bad no more,     ,,..,, ,,        ,     ,   ���      ,,...,
serious results than glvhig a number |. Whlle  a  so,dler  "'   lndla.  Wlllara'
of people a good soaking, the people
New York, Aug. 18.���The lure of
the golden west ha* called Edwin
Markham, the California poet, whose
"The Man With the Ho." brought
hlm fame, and he will desert the east
to return to his old home in California. Concerning his change of residence, Markham said:
"New Vork I. the commercial centre
of the country and it Is growing to be
the literary centre, but I am going
back to California. Once the charm
of that golden climate gets into a
man's veins he may roam all over
the earth, but he will always long to
return to the sunset land.
"My best inspirations came to mc
there. It was there that I awoke one
day to find myself acclaimed as a
poet and the call of the east, with its
millions and myriad industries, came
to me, and, like Bret Harte, I obeyed
lt. I have ben happy, but like the
old _arkey ln the north. I hear the
call of Dixie and I must go."
in the lake being all rescued, while
none of those thrown to the dock
wpre Injured beyond a number of
small cud' and bruises.
WANTS $1000 FOR
OPERATION ON RHINO
Vet., Who   Restored  Eyesight to Captive  Pachyderm  Demands   Big
Fee.
Brooklyn,  Aug.  20���Dr.  George  B.
son Is stated to have t-scaped from
prison when awaiting trial on a
charge of stealing the company's pay
and sought refuge ln the hills. He
was pursued, hut kept his pursuers
at bay with a rifle. He was known
in the army as the "Silver King," and
was ultimately discharged.
In Glasgow he Is alleged to have
had a successful career as a safe
breaker, but an error or judgment
nearly cost him his life. While forcing a safe he was blown through a
window, falling a distance of 20 feet
Into a courtyard, where h0 lay unconscious until found by the police.
He received sentence of 18 months Imprisonment, and on his release got
another six months for bigamy.
He afterward made the acquaintance
of a woman of good education and
social position, a professional vocalist, and she Is now charged with him
SYNOPSIS OF CANADIAN HOME
STEAD REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands within the railway belt in British Colum
bia, may be homesteaded by any person who ls the sole head of a family
or any male over 18 years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section ot
160 acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
the local land offlce for the district
ln which the land ls situate. Entry
by pioxy may, however, be made ��n
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader ls required to perform tlie conditions connected therewith under one of the toilowing
plans:
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
(2) If the father ( or mother, lf tne
father ls decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity of
the land entered for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the tather
or mother.
(3) If the settler has his permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his homestead, the requirements as to residence
may be satisfied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal mining rights may be
leased for a period of twenty-one
y��ars at an annual rental of $1 per
acre. Not more than 2500 acres
shall he leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate ot
flve cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N.B.���Unauthorized publication of
this advertisement will not be paid
for
Columbian College
Fall Term Begins Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9 A. M.
Full businjss course; modern methods���two practical instructors.
We teach Music, Art, University High School and Public School
courses.
Ten experienced instructors���Gymnasium instruction given to students free  of  charge.     For  rates for board or tuition apply to
W.   J.   SIPPRELL,   Principal.
Cowan's
WB ARE USIHG PURS CARADIAW MILK 15
Milk Chocolate,
Croquettes, Wafers,
Cakes, Medallions, "<���
Cowan's Cream Bars
ARE DISTINCT FROM ALL OTHERS Dl
PURITY AND FII.E5ESS OF FLAVOR.
The  COWAN CO.. Ltd.,  TORONTO
Van Mater, of 682    Greene    avenue, I as an accomplice.    The accused's re-
Brooklyn, who operated last January Lidence was found by the pollce to be
on the right eye of Mogul,   the   big | fitted up ln grand style,
rhinoceros of the Bronx Zoo, appeared '
before Justice  Crane,  in  the  special
terms of the supreme court, ln a suit
he has 'begin against the New York
Zoological   society  to  collect  his   fee
of $1,000 for the operation.   Madison
Grant, secretary of the Boclety,    the
legal guardli* of Mogul, Is made defendant In the suit.
London, Aug. 22���Sir Edward Morris, Premier of Newfoundland, ln an
lntrevlew declared that the arguments
in favor of the Island Colony federating with Canada, were disappearing.
Having regard to the. tariffs, if Newfoundland federated she would not be
much the gainer.
CALL   KING   EDWARD
THE "DEAR OLD FELLOW"
Londcsi, Aug. 19���The popularity of
King Edward ls Illustrated by a little
Incident tbat happened during; h��
visit to the populous South London
suburb of Camberwell, where be laid
the foundation stone of the new
King's College Hospital.
Nowhere In London are there more
worklngmen out of a job than in this
district. From one portion of the
densely crowded route when the King
passe* came the cry: "Can't you give
us work, Teddle?" And almost as
Boon as it was uttered came the answer from a host of throats: "He
would if he coulC, the dear old fellow."
The crowd were pleased with the
phrase "dear old fallow/' which was
repeated again and again In the animated conversations that followed the
passage of the procession.
WIFE   PLACES   HUSBANDS
LIFE   BEFORE   CHILDREN'S
Sparta, Wis., Aug, 19.���A woman's
choice of Bavlng her husband ln preference to her sen und daughter resulted in the saving of all three.
Mr. and Mrs. William O'Keefe and
children w-r? at the La Crosse River
The son and i'r tighter went In swimming, wills the parents remained on
shore. The hoc and daughter got beyond their depth, and the parents
went to their assistance, both being
good  swimmers.
O'Keefe was caught In some roots
at the bottom of the river. The wife
gave up her teffort to save the children and t_ ti Hated her husband. In
a momffit be was resuscitated, when
both plunged back Into the river, the
father saving the son and the mother
the daughter.
year   would   go   far
out  the fishermen,  many
. ro. .'if
,for complicity ln the IL'c0",h
lof  the  Pacific  American  1"'"
Slight Increase
in Sockeye Run
(Continued from Page 1.)
didn't get them. Now that the big
run is over I don't think It's any use
extending the season, and personally
1 don't expect to see anything but
stragglers ln the river from now on."
Hope For Late Run.
Other fishermen however, recall the
late run of 1905, and hope that    \
year  may   see   a  repetition.   ���
such as occurred In K>'l,!'m','\0.,|[J
: "ir'of H
"111. 111.- *.����*���-���*����� 1 . .fA    4
have not yet paid for their ouM
would also help to swell the P^ |
lamentably small pack of the c'      I
Word   was   received   from 1WJ
ham vesterday to the effect . |
residents of Blaine had been �����
com |
panyT trap's "at Belllngban). Jb%.
police   have  given   up   the      ^ I
the robbery was ^""""Xrlfe tf
river  fishermen.    It fur herm��� t.
pear8 from  late despatcu��    ^ |
robbery was not really ��>cu . _   ,,i
ing affair after all, and   Hat w
number of flsh were MWW-    8g0d*I
The report of the CBfflMW
tlon for Saturday is as f��llow    j(0,
Belllngham-Goi    ^Jcft ' .
loads.    70   per   cent hWi
per cent sockeyes, Seiners ���� ,Qf w
Anacortes���Got enough "''run0l��j
day.    In  traps   the  fl.i ��J   8Dd .
labout 90 per cent humpbacm
per cent sockeyes.
Brunswick���Average ���>"���
St. Mungo���Average �����>       7.
Scottish Canadian-Average
Phoenix���Average 70
Imperial���Aver* .e 46-
Ewens���Average 55. 75
British America-Average
Steveston���Average !������� .ntiXH
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LAND   ACTS.
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��ll lorth shore oi Berrj la   mora or tan vt
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v.vi.rn 0   JOHNBO.n
Dated  .ott-  __   WW
PW acres i       or less.
OLE BEXJ -.UIN ANDERSdV
1       S   H.   PORD,  Agent.
; h, lii09.
June ' th   18 H
Dlatrict  "   I ��� n    R*ft8�� ��n''
      Take notice Uia-   ���>     '   ^Y I
______ ____��� Vancouver    H    t'.,   "��� "���-������'- ""      falpf
District of coast   Range One. *"   intends to apply toi
Take notice that Dora Anderaon. 0��  nam, ��� following   de��jrM)-i
Vancouver.,    li.    C. occupation,  lady,    ��   PUrcnmi
Wend I   , ply ��or permission to pur-     ,';"mim,,...|m.  Ilt  n posl  planted w
(has. the following desert: ed landa:      ����� < " ;        ,��������� ,M.,.,,.i. ������ i*
Commend,     a,  a post  planted on   he >ior     ���      ooi ^ p;u(,.���
tte north shore of Klaoltsls island. ��]��"''   "'   ���"*   ,,���������  ,-,,...  L.Ofl      Vp
������������������������������a..      .en'iiin
 Bhore of Klaoltsis I
���mail Island south of Turin-r island.
Dated .1 bi 6th, 1909. Applying for
the who,, bland 40 acres more or
ess,
DORA  ANDERSON.
lv   8.  H.   KORD,  Agent
Dated 6th, 1!I09.
i. .min.      I-,,.. ...
plying for the whole Island,
ItlK  fill   IlCl-l'S   HIOlV   (If   lonn
.loilN  J0HN80N,
Pa. B, ii   Kiiitii, t_ge_l
Dated  .limp 6th,  1008.
Coasi   Range Due.
���   e   that   Jonn     Ulsen,
"anci i   c . occupation, tarmei
....   f,,r  permission   to
i following     described
.
.   n'  a pos��  planted  ,;i
Vi II     corner of     Havles
i   June   6th   1909,    Ap-
:
District rn' (Vuint  Range i in"
,     Take  noiice  thill   .lumen   WatflOtt,  Ol
��f 1 Vancouver, it. c, occupation, furmet
Intends tO apply tin  permis* mi lo pui
chas,.   the   following   fl.-CrlllPd   VmV
Commencing ai b po i planted ""
ib,.  ni,i'ii...i i   ..I,,,,.   ,,i    i in i  inland
Dated  .limn mil.   1909,      Applying  r"t
In.
.- wl me isi md. contain
- -   more or  less.
JOHN  OL8ICN,
I'-r  S.   H.   KORD,  Agent-
.ne Gth.  T.09.
iraS.Talani. oon tai'lM ""
I,U,rf' ��r  l#"      JAMfg   WMHIi..
,.,.,  s   ll   .0__-, AK""'
Dated June 6th,  1908,
0OM<   Range One.
that   Ralph   Jacobson, of vanronv-r.  i>, ��"__-__r___  l_nd
Ot VanconTor,  B   C.  occupation.  Tar- chaj,_ the foilowlr,_ described ,fln"
.    _. ^_ ��� _________     -I     flflM I     u 11
���ff-f--ff-Yl.-f
ss___sress___a
\.w   Westmlttste.   V.and  District,  D'S-
|,,.l  4-t  New We��|,ilinster.
Vi)-. ,,������;..- thai wi't'id IVupaii ol
\h..,���:,.,- ,-.. tpattoh 'nniipr, in
ii>u,io to i��ri'i> f-" pertnlssttih to i-"-
oii��=_ the following desttHbed lands
Commencing . �� post visii'��i al
\,-iii,v-nct cornei of loi 11(" thfettce
oiMiiii .n rbalii0, thence e"01 40 fehains
thettce north to eoael   thetici   Folio*
JUg     lllr     I I'D    .     I'll..        Im    pOlnl     Ol     '"'"
v, n, em.ut
W ILVHID   nnruM l
p.f ii  m  Cwugall, -g.hl
Dated .'nlv  ?t=i.  l_09
Up pai i 11 ii,-i"i mi southeast quai
i>,i  uf Bei Uoti    i     '"" tl_ lip
w ,. tmlnstei   dlslH.I
w i" teas i i "f the ll,oc ol  i
p. .,i,  nt til li   hutttbei   ' IB rs   !s.ue i In
ih,-. n,,1,. of \\ in.,,,, ni goo  i.... i.....
ni,.,i i��� this Ofllce
I    ��� ,,ii. ,. u iu ,..iu gii ��������� thai i ��� hall
���i ii,��� expiration ol ��� ttibhtll fi	
n,,, dale ol ';     v...  ,..,vi...,<;.,,, i,.,.
,,r in ., dtllli  lie  spapi i piibllah-tl in
ii,,. i in , .a : lev   '���' esihi nsl n   i^-o,ip a
,|,ii,ii, ,,.  of '''   ���������' tl ���   rtlfli ni . ""' B.
i���   ii,,   ,,i. mtlinp   valid  obje uln fl   '--���
mn .o I,, nm Ifl wrltlhe
r   a   . .iin
District Reel- I   I '"' t
ttv  nffife     m . _   West
1909
lhe (ktoul I'-hdiurik. \\m
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  to*w  aaa ���"��� ; �����    '"���'     '
T. J. TRAIT & CO., Limited
FOR SALE
:Vv<Mvronme(l limine, motoft im-
nfoviminte, i\n��l ^ lots to f-
ri,:n,ii between Hue aaa inmi
itreeto, faetafif Feu_tfi avenue.
I��11(,' $8000, halt e&8n, Imlanee
tg^ffli.    kwty MoMuarrie & Co.,
I'mui Street.
ThcQitcGtimi
\Vhi v      	
good
Is Answered
���  ������ . ���	
you can   .    '' 	
ar.d Bec'ond-hfihd g'oods of all kinds l_
the rttj
i hive a Splendid Creani _ i
for .jl,   "':"':  _ew.
-'��� -���    'nd see holV much i
���.-������   g ���   tor  your     mble.   here   than
rlsowhcve.
"'���.-'���lng nl gun . umbrellas, typewriters, .nd  light ant. mivi
" ���   ind ble, rV= n spi Miitv
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE
I,nnd    Ilea'
nHwrt-f, "  '
A IMtllSI
rVirnrnendnic   fH   ��   P"''
.lan'ed
���r. iL'.eada to apply  for pernuislon      ryirnrnen'inK   m   ��   r-    ���������   Ma  ,.
,    . irchaae   tb.   following   described  ft<, hay gt nnrthw��������� ''"rJ"r' "...   ,-
Island,  the Mg  ^"J'"1   ln J8*,^
------.mj; at. a post planted  OB rtjM  Krn.ip.      r,*'Mk ,     ..������h   so*
���   - -.-as- shore In a small bay on  Applying   frrr  torn   *h"'*   "__*���
'���      ������-.    1.1.T4A      n_f^    inn*    *th.  tainin*  BO tent   WW�� ."Yir,,,-,
Pm,   'A    il   KORD.   A ,��n��-
Dated   fuse  *t_.  'ftft4
island.      Dated   June    4th
.pj rtag for the whoi. islan-rt.
ling M icT^i ir.0T?i or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON.
P^r 3.  H.  . ORD,  Agent.
'l"i'J-   na.  I'h   1M_.
 .i    District  of  OM*J   R����*   g^..,
Take  iMtif��   'hat    Fr*'"'   '"
- ��� -<-... el Onms  lap One. L,rrSJj^uc   P   C   wswn*1*00    *
-���   nor.,..,   r.-mu.   S   MMMk ftLTtSST'tti^f  SfP*���**!
������>.^.-r��_    B.  C. ncr,,pa_on   car- ����.   ������  ^  "W^       ,,w.r,,vV,
"    -ttxqnfil   io  auply   for   permis-  ,Y*Y
lUMUasa    r.h. follo-wtnst de-     J,",m���^lr,.r   ,���  ,   oost  JiatHW   "
^^^^^��� - small ha.   e�� *ffm<ln n,v)      Ap-
D_t*ri  June ��i_i,   '���' ^^
;
nmennfttg at. a pout, pianrert  "��n'*
ths so .��j!W8s_ ��hori. ot Mound   mand.  '��'Ano
..-..��. __._-__ rtl  HIT. <_
'   . tne  till, liirt!)
iiiiiut
nnre ������>��� ,.����
con tai n��
Applying fo1
'.nntaming W annms
TAriOT.   .rACORSON.
P'i- _    H.   l''OR.D    virfinr-
!1""t   ,'in,.  irii   D909
In* W acraa m��ri�� M '"*'      ,.���
in.ANr< .rArmiwoN,
Pw  I   ff.   H-OWD.  AH��mr.
Dnred   IhUW  -t'��.   lwfl
'.I   if  r.-.nm   i.aiii{�� One.
I'l'e.-      nai     Aliie.l"     HllllT,
Jt
���Bto_1��t of  0**t KftTjWW
mn.  if Tiin.-.nuv��f. 3- G-' ��     l
Mineral Waterg
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   W__fMIN_T_��,   fl.   6.
Telephone 13. Offlee. eitjMh St.
.P��IN<_    LAMS,    CHOICE    MKAT9
AND SAUSAQS,
AT THS /
Central Meat Market
I 3ttrn��r Klghth St. and   Jlftt Atvnne
. MON�� WO
���OWtLL �� OODr. ^roonsti.rs-
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
t,V\NCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manataetarrrs and Dealers tn All Kina" et
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS^TTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royai City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
IU. .Ti]  rn.Lr.n-,
Yon wl'l And It to your
to armnge your booking at this
hetl   - : v ���': I
'ir for j our fri    '
_    Mng Ficiri Quebec.
Empress cf Ir.lnnd August 27
Empress of Brltnln  ..   ..September 10
'   ���   ���
ply to
B. OOULET
C. P. R. AEem
Schools open on Monday n��xt
and we want all students, both
young and old, to remember
that MOREY'S BOOKSTORE
is still in ths lead with BOOKS
and  SCHOOL  SUPPLIES.
Our scribblers   and    exercise
books  are  the best valu;  ever
offered.     Don't   buy   until   you
have seen oun_
TWO  SCRIBBLERS  FOR  5c.
on  Monday next.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
SSS Columbia street.
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/���AGIO FOUR.
THE   DAILY   _.ETViS.
MONDAY. AUGUST 23. 190g
The Daily News
delinking is of the past and We have
NEW __��APPEARS ON
JOUHMEISIIC ZENITH
Kenzie and Trew streets.
Weekly Newspaper Blossoms Forth in
Town   of   Kitselas   at   Foot   of
Great Canon of Skeena.
Published by The Daily News Puhlis.'i- requirements of the city In the willing Companv, Limited, at their oilices. ��f "ater Have been provided for, and
The Dally News Block, corner of Mc   th;"   b��th   '��   reSard   to   quality   and
quantity  tlie  interests  of the citizeus
have  been  fully  safeguarded.
6. A. Paige Managing  Director      The  City's  water   Wil]  In  future  be
conveyed  hither  from   tli,.  iake  by   a
24  inch  main, which  will  gUv ample
supply of pure water at all times wider a strong pressure.    The latter is
a   very   important    consideration     in      ^ new character appeared upon the
connection with fire protection. More- ^TlIUll   ^r^"1   Jl,u,llu1'
... . . .. i*!"   lu   'he  course  ol     the    present
over  this  provision  will  not only  be mouth  in  the shape ol  tne Big Cau-
suflicit.it  for  present  needs,   but   will yon    Weekly,   published   at    Kitselas,
The victaictiveness of the    Toronto  serve the requirements of the city for the  little   village  at   the  foot  of  uhe j
News  land_   that   paper    Into   many  many years to come. " ^hTtairoUX^dftoSlf'' J
blunders  with  regard  to  the  Laurier      Necessarily the carrying out of ttUs ec]itur   prtoter> reporter and  business
Government,  and   to  the  French-Can- important undertaking will   Involve the staff, Enoch R. L. Jones, says of him-
adian.   its attitude is so hostile as to expenditure of a considerable sum of bolf:
be a menace to the good of the State,  money,  the  cost to  the  city  ���_  New      'J*** ^J<^^A_. SS
last  Westminster being estimated at .234,- \y ��_$��&?����� fl^lar's Sldenct
MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1S)0-.
SPEAKER   MARCIL.
UNUOHT
No trouble with Sunlight Soap.
Just follow the directions on the
wrapper and Sunlight does the
rest.  Costs little���does much
never Injures hands or clothes.
  eo.
For months  previous  to    the
session  of Parliament,    Its    columns  000,    It  is  a  fortuaate  circumstance j'   the west, most of the Um�� engaged
reeked   with   abuse   of   that   brilliant  that in providing this fine new water In th  west, most of the time engaged |	
French-Canadian,   Hon.   Charles,   Mar- supply the city authorities were Bible ln mining, has  travelled considerably,   - ���" ~     ~~-
rrtn.n __ii_-   _, . . .mj   fla���   not Bee     [he     countr,v Dynamite by Tons.
cll,  who was  later unanimously    re- to   secure  a   modification   of  th-_  full   Ul;iI   ���QUal8   ]n   llatllnlI   w(,.|]|h    ���le      wasliington, Aug. _0.-Dynaii.it,. by
calved by th..  House as  Speaker, and cost   by  an   arrangement     witn     the  region   tributary   to   ihe   Skeena  and   the millions of pounds has been used
welcomed to the position by Sir Wil- neighboring    municipality    of    Rich- Bulkley rivers. ifor blasting in the Panama canal zone,
frli   l-iiiriei- and   Hon   R   L   Borden moud,   which   will   ccutrlbue  1125,000      "While newspaper   work   Is   a  new | acording   to    an    anouiueiiient
" ,,,,,i,��� r i , -- venture for th-e publisher of this pahl laudatory speeches. towards the expense of the work.   Tu  pe_   he  ,_   _   (,0_out .u,liuvei.  in  t'he
The News described Mr. Marcil as Richmond of cour_e this is a very future greatness of this s.-ction of
a brlber by wholesale and coruption- valuable advantage, as they will there. Pskirrliuiii British Oolumbla, and it
is, whose selection a_ Speaker would by obtain a daily supply of 1,040,000 wI]1 be his endeavor to present be-
��� , an insult not only to the mem-bers gallons on t���e best terms. , JS^gjJ. ^RarvSus ��
of the House of Comons but to Can- lhe required sum is to be raised on tural wealth of this section, and of
ada at large. No language was too behalf ot the City by debentures, and the unlimited opportunities awaiting
coarse   and no argummt too abusive  upon   tlie  capital   thus   acquired   the I those   who  com.   here   w-lth   the  sin
Icere intention  of taking hold of,
for the News, and yet on the anounce-
and
ju.-i
in.tde   here.
More than 22,000,000 pounds of dynamite have already bene burned in
connection with the canal work, and
a contract to supply .,_,S2.000 pounds
during the present fiscal year lms
just been awarded.
OBJECT   IS  WORTHY
BUT  MEANS,  DOUBTFUL
sum  of   .11,700   wltk  be   payable  an- .^i-pj-- to tllelr utmost, the Int,,-)    Bl   Paso, Texas,  Aug.  22.-For  tli.
ment by the Premier that Mr. Marcil  nually   by   the   cty   for   interest,   to-  e8ta they acquire. [purpose  of  raising  money  for  enter-
had  been selected   as  Speaker,    the geih.r   with   .2074   for   the    sinking j    The paper is a business like '"tie mining  Presidtents  Taft    and    Diaz
leader of the Conservative party, Mr.   fund to provide for the repayment of Jaffa;., consisting of f��ur, fiv. column  when they meet here the leading clti-
R I, Borden  warmly endorsed every-' t__e   capital.    This  system to    raha Wj   U boasts two columns of tele   Zens  of   Cuidad   Juares   opposite   El
...... ,, i _ . I graphic news, a whol. page ot corres-  Paso gave an amateur bull fight yes-
thing Sir Wilfrid Laurier said,    and  money for capital expenditure  upcu jpondence from the district and a large (terday.   Three bulls were killed.   The
upon assuming the chair every  Con-   improvements  Is  in  accordance   with   bunch of local matter, all of it d.vot-  best families wer* represented among]
servative In  the House signified    his  modern    municipal     finance,     winch  ed   to   boosting   Kitselas.     and     the  ih,. fighters.   Latere ball and supper
acquiesanc.  In  the  choice  by   loudly  wisely  relieves   present  day  ratepay-1S1^- HH ^^editorial col-  ^111	
cheering the new Speaker. ; ers of the  whole  burd.n and  distil-1 umn Kitselas is a promising spot.    It    " ' gag
The attitude of the  News with  re- Ibutes  it  over a period  during which (stands at the foot of the great canon, NOTICE.
gard  to Mr. Marcil    was condemned future beneficiaries will contribute.      at ,ne very gate of the best portion , 	
by  the Conservative party, and    the:    Such a splendid  water supply as u I "f ^e Skeena Valley; It is close to the  JMo.il   ^ri'by    given    that  the
7       , ., Y!    __   n '���    ��� . Imouth   of   the   Copper     river     pass,   partnership  lately  subsisting  between
reception given to him by the Conser- is intended io instal will greatly fa- through which a short cut-off of the us in the city of New Westminster,
vatlve party in tlie House and tha cllitate the future development and G.T.P. Is almost certain to run, and B. C, in tlie business of grocers un-
press generally  throughout the coun-(progress of our city;  in fact without |'t is the starting point of a new trail. ,der the firm name of Adams & Deans,
recently completed by the Provincial  has been this day dissolved by mutual
government, into the Bulkley vallev     ;consont.
Clearing Out Odd Lines
Furniture
ers
Below are some real money-saw,,
for those who are here early M^
day morning:
$30.00   COMBINATION   BOOK   CASE   AND   DESK  FOR
$20.00
$33.00  COMBINATION   BOOK   CASE   AND  DESK  FOR
$15.00
$50.00 BRASS BED FOR
$30.00
$12.50 IRON BED FOR
$9.00
$16.00   CHIFFIONIERE   WITH  MIRROR   FOR
$10.75
$25.00  DRESSER   AND   STAND   FOh
$15.00
MONDAY ONLY.
Lee^ Furniture Emporium
this  question  the  News stood  alone, j Westminster   will   be  Impossible,     it
and had no sympathy from its party. I js therefore the duty of every citizen
Recently Mr. Marcil was honored by  to afford fill support to the Council
his constituents  at  a  monster picnic |in   this   very   important   undertaking
given in his honor. This was to celebrate his election to the Speakership
of the House of Commons, a selection
of which the Conservative party in
the House approved, and the occasim
Is seized by the News to renew its
venomous attacks and repeat the unrounded charge that Mr. Marcil purchased his seat by a system of wholesale  corruption   and  bribery.
This charge la based upon the fact
that Mr. Marcil had been an alert
representative, responding to the demands made upon bim to secure necessary public works in his constituency, which involved an expenditure
of public money. The real reason for
the  attack  is   that   Mr.   Marcil  is    a
by giving   i vote in favor of the Debenture  by-law aa  Wednesday,
SOCIALIST MEMBER
IN POLICE COURT
M.   O'Brien   Gets   Arrested   in   Regina For Obstructing Traffic on
Principal Street.
SenttaApproval J\
To Responsible People       _v*im
_ _ JwntaS
Largrhlinte
FOUNTAIN PEN
and
RED GEM
B_�� InR Pencil
Your Choice of
The said  business will nereafter he
carried  on  by  Charles B.  Deans,  under his own  nam..,  to whom all  ac-
!count,   against   the  said   firm  are  to
��� be rendered, and to whom all accounts
:due thc> partnership are to be paid.
Dated this 14th day of August, PJO.
Witness, J. C-  Blair.
DAVID ADAMS,
C.  B. DEANS
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eturne,   B. C.
FLOUR !       FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO  FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
PUBLIC   MEETING.
$
.00
Regina,  Aug.  19.���C.    M.    O'Brien,
Alberta's Socialist M. P., was arested
. hy the city police this evening on a
_irwi��rTdaSrier!d  *  ^^ ��f ��J"f     ��'     ���"��"����     ^truction.
...    .. ...     ���   _,       .-,. OBrleo   who earlier in the dav had
The .News did succeed so far in its
attacks upon Mr. Marcil as to inspire
Mr.  Foster  to ask  for  returns  show
addressed a meting in the Trades '-
Hall, was holding an open air meet-!
^ ing on South Railway stret, and had j I
ing how much public money had been !already bean speaking for some time, \
expended in the constituency of Bona- te_5_^fflTtfi ZlZ\
venture, represented by Mr . Marcil, some spot where traffic would not !
Tjut although the return was brought : be obstructed. Mr. O'Brien's reply j
down,   neither  Mr.  Foster    nor    any   waa tnat 'te had a right to  be where j
other man ever did any more about | ^ *"' a_.d���tl,t.t ,f -th . 1_>lic(' WanU>d
,_:___ it0  move  him  they nail   better  arrest i
lt. and there the matter rests. |hIm,    Thlg  the  ]K)lice  a[  onc_    pr0
The News fails to realize that near- ceeded to do, taking the prisoner to 11
ly half of the population of   Canada '���'��   police   station and   later   to   the
consists of French-Canadians, that the ,x'sid<*lce Jot  Magistrate   Trant.   who
most  ibrilliant of  them   all,  Sir Wil-
Thus
Two
1
Papular
Articles
lor only
1
Poii
paid
loan),
^ addrttt
Bi Ijiic.ru
4m
Sc ilxr...
llu-(r��ti_.-.��
are
Exact Si2]
In accordance with a resolution or
the council passed on the 16th inst..
la punllc meeting of th,. ratepayers
1 will be held in the council chamber
at the City Hall, at 8 p.m., Monday,
the 23rd inst-, to discuss the loan bylaws on which a vote will be taken
on the 25th inst.
N- H. MCQUARRIE,
Acting Citv Clerk.
City  Hall,  August  18,  190..
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FEKD MERCHANTS
FRONT  STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
.......*******!
I For Tired and Sweaty Feet use
RYALL'S  FOOT POWDER.    Itj
does its work.
IRYALUS
THE DRUGGIST AM)
OPTICIAN.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
accepted Dr.'W. D. Cowan as bailiff
for O'Brien's appearance in the sum
frld Laurier, has been honored, first of $100. A large crowd of labor fcyin-
by his own party, as their beloved i pathlzers followed the prisoner and at
leader, and  then  by  the country  at on,e tlme ll looked as- though it would
l.rp-    -_   th.   Prim-   Minister     it  ia   .   e very "ttIe  to  precipitate an  at-
large  as   the   Prime   Minister.    It Is : tack up0n [|)e ^^ oficerg     0,Hr|n
much  to b�� regretted  that  the "en-   will appear before the city magistrate
tente  cordlale"   established   and   fos- j tomorrow morning.
tered by great men in the past and I -	
the present, should be jeopardized by ' SEATTLE GREEKS PREVENT
an  irrespo.isibIt  newspaper* for political  purposes-
Every pen guaranteed
full 14 Kt. ..lid Gdlil���cul
pu right hand may be bad
in   e.ther  our   standard
black op_qne pattern, or
Non-breakable Transpai-/
ent, as desired, either in 1
plain or engraved liuiah.l
at preferred.
Yon m.y try thil pen t .Hk,,
,1 V'.'K.I...Ilm.lil.,,*,,,.,.,,���,|   I
. t.it��r artlola tl..,, ,'... cn ... I
| cur. for ,.��is ti-ii i.i. jr.,,.,!
n,n la _njr .Ih.r mil. If null
*���v.r*\y f.llarack>rj, Id .v.ry r.-f
��� pari return il ftud w. will mii.I I
l���� #1 loforll.
Cei o�� tirr I. oar l.n,.���. and ]
Poi.nl.r Kin ll,. |n> pencil,
uo_pl��U Ink pruof Uiujpli, ,���., I
Im c.rn.d in .���y poaitlon inl
j...:_l or ���hopplni |..^, writ.. *l|
��� ny *nKI. ., f,,,, touch. PUtl-
nuni l.prlni) f..d, Iridium
point, poll.h.dTule��iiit��d ruth.r I
can, Itira eotta Hnl.h. H.ull I
���nrrwh.nl for H w. lt.aU I
w.nted. Writo for Urmt Writ. I
i now "Lit you foni.t."   Addrnr I
Laughlin Mfg. Co.9)
Majttllo IWf..
OetrelL Mink.
I ufflce 'Phone 18b.      Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia  Street
i     _
Baggage   dellverea    promptly    to
any part of the city.
Ught and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
o.onno+.........n..n.....e.... o***��* ...*������*'********
FOR
i The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
j Capital Paid up
! Reserv* Fund ..
Total Assets ...
. .$ 4,700.000
. 5,400,000
..55,0t0,000
THE CITY'S WATER SUPPLY.
MARRIAGE  WITH   INFIDEL
Seattle,  Aug  20.���The  wedding or
LuBelle Baya, the Greek dancing _lrl
The growth and development of a of tlle Streets of Clllro conc,_,on, to
city   impctaf,   upon   those   responsible 1Cher"r  Sechrl  Kffpn(". one of Mana-
for   the  administration   of  Its   affairs  ger Sallh'9 ������0Utlve Staff, which was
the  duty   of   _af.guardlnK   Its health J', h,tVe ^t Pla0�� onnth?,Pa-v Streak
^        i,   _ i       ,     ,u .1 -lof   u"'   Alaska-Yiikon-Parlflc     Exposl.
and well being by the provision of tUm> Wednesday night, was cut short
modern sanitary arrangements and an i by the appearance of betweai 800 and
ample   water   supply.     Water ls   one ,600  Greeks,   ready   to do   violence   if
of the  two most essential  elemental   the Gm>k fla8 *a_ used in the ceremony,
forces for our existence. Tho  <-reekg   h_d  heard
New Westminster has grown and .bride, LaBelU Baya, was a Greek
ls growing apace, and the water sup-i woman and that she was to he united
ply which was originally provided for I t0   a   Persian   of the    Mohammedan
Its needs no longer suffices. Apart J Sih' JJ�� ^^ tot ,Nam'n Si}iih-
. t*.     _ ^    -. a .I,,     wll��    "ns t,le Streets of Cairo show,
from   the  demands   made   upon   this   and t!mt   ta keeping with the Moham-
for  ordinary  domestic  purposes,   the ', medan   ceremony,   the   bride     would
requirement,  of various industrial eB-|ca8t down the Greek flag trampl,. the
tablishments already in operation and j ?���e "nd��r hei_,f(?et' kiss th��-' Koran
..   . ,,..���,,. I'M become a Mohammedan,
those that are about to be instituted Th_ Greek8 notified A. J. Pappas
have to be met. With tbe limited;of their purpose to resent any indlg-
eupply at their command the city au- ��".   to  the  Greek    flag    and    they
"GET  THE   HABIT"
School Days
are upon us once again ��� tlw
children must have books, pencils, [>ens, etc., and the best place
to buy them ls certainly at
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
I    In and out of town accounts solicited.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
SPECIAL TODAY-2 SCRIBBLERS
FOR 5 CENTS; 2 H. B. PENCILS
FOR 5  CENTS.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and Bold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
School Text Books,
Scribblers, Pencils,
and all School Supplies j
GO   TO I
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers  j
Successors to J. J. MACKAY A CO.
New Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE, Manager,
6. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill  University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the '
City of New Westminster.
OFFICE:
FIRE   MALL  No.   1
WE ARE READY TO SHOW
you how lt Is cheaper to buy out
high-class building material,
than it l�� to purchase ths V00''
er kind. We can DO Int t0
buildings buin witn our "i:'tc"
rials that never need repair'-
We can point to hoihv <>">erl!
that need repairs all the tune.
But they were not built of ('ur
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
thorltles have been unable to comply
with several requests by important
manufacturing interests to  furnish a
swarmed into the Exposition grounds
with this purpose uttermost In their
minds. Pappas who is a leader among the Greeks in Seattle,  used his
which is a decided hindrance to commercial development. It has therefore became necessary that an increas.
Supply  of  water,   a  state   of    thugs jlbest   efforts   to   prevent   trouble,   but
the Greeks were present at the ceremony in spite of hlm.
What purported to foe a Mohammedan cereiiKsiy was cut short because
ed supply Bhould be provided in the  the Greeks had. notified the manage-
near  future    from    Coquitlam    lake, |ment of   _ie Streets of Cairo that they
,   j .,,   would not tolerate anv dlBcourtesv to
whmce the cuy water is drawn.   All  he fla_ _. ^ c0lmt^�� The ���^(,ll��
the unpleasantness that arose in con- |ng 0f  t|,e  t)r)(le af(cr tl)e c,-,.^,^
nection with thy. Coquitlam Dam un-, ceremony occurred in the theatre.
MU1T0N, VEAL PORK
Freah Perk   Sausages dally.
������at ef Parmer's Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY _ ANDERSON       Columbia St.
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK
RE
MEMBER, WE CARRY THE BEST MAKES OF WATCH  MOVE
MENTS-
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENT8 LONGINE'S A NO HAMILTON WATCHES. ���*l
MON
THE  DAILY
V   ������
.���AGE -'IVE.
Move-On Sale.    , SPORTING NEWS
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
%S. Collister & Co.
lllli CHOI ATTENDS
OPENING OF MINOR. THM
TODAY
| we   are  showing  bargains  in  Couches  from $4.50  up.
Come before they are all out.     See our show windows.
FOOTBALL
Vancouver  District  League.
A   sub   committee   of   the    It
uie     league
Monvin;   Captures   Feature   Event   on i c'"i~U'"" ��* Messrs   Fordyce,  Thom-
. I,sun    iiini    WhIIIk     .....    4,,.,.. 1      ,h.
Card by Fast Finish���Track
Is Yet Slow.
SALE   AHOY
- AT-
The Old Country
Boot Store
psou  and   Wallls,  has  selected    the
toilowing dates    for    the    principal
matches during th. season:
SENIOR DIVISION.
National Cup.
October 9���Kirst round.
f\-r, B.C.  Aug.  22.���The op-!    November 6���Second  round.
��� sung races at Mlnuro Park this af-     January 211���Third round
ternoon were attended by one of the poB    FIRS'I
crowds   thai   have
Vancoui
T.
variety cf tempting bargains  displayed  is  too  varied to give all
details in an ordinary advertisement.      Therefore  see our door and
Uo. and bargain  tables.       Every   lot  Is  priced   In  plain  figures, and
uSllal KEEN CUT CASH PRICES are away  down  to  the  BOTTOM.
u B.-Our Children's  Fall   School   Boots     are     here;     prices  away
iwnaisalc.    Now is your opportunity.
Ike Old Country Boot Store
G61 Columbia Street.
J. STEWART, Proprietor.
Having taken over Mr. David Adam's interest
lin the firm of Adams & Deans, grocers, of this city,
II shall endeavor to merit the confidence of all old
[customers and any others who may favor me with
Ite patronage by giving the best possible values,
prompt delivery and courteous treatment. I also
[wish to thank all who have so liberally favored us
ith their patronage during the past four years.        |
Yours respectfully,
C.   B.   DEANS
TELEPHONE   97.
��� -..._ -__,. _��,,- ever as- |
1 to patronize sport lu this
city, The weather conditions left I
Doming to bi desirnd and Vancouver
- ' in all the gayety of holiday
attire rilled the boxes and the grand
stand.
The favorite, Monvlna, ridden by
the populat lockey, Lycurgus, captured th i ��� 11tt race, th,. Inauguration
Handicap the event of ihe day. Stakes
or $1mii,i were offered In this race.
Monvlna made a fin,.- finish ani cer-
talnl] deserved to w.n. Lycurgug al- j
so rode Beaver Oam Lad to victory ln
the third race of five and a half furlong.
Kelowna, nn,. of the ililggest an.
finest looking horses on the irack,
was a popular winner In the seventh
DIVI-
AND   SECOND
SI OX TEAMS.
Marling   Charity   Cup.
October  16���Firs;   round,
November 13���Ser ond round.
December 4���Third round.
February 26���Semi-finals,
March 26���Final.
IROQUOIS CUP FOR SEOOND
DIVISION   CLUBS.
December  20���English  and  anililnn
December 11���First round.
February 12���Semi-final.
March 19���Final.
INTERNATIONALS.
February 2D���English vs. Irish.
March 13���Scottish  vs. Canadian.
April 4���Winners of above ties.
We can sell you anything in
GOOD UP-TO-DATE FURNITURE
cheaper than elsewhere.
W. E. FAI F__ 612-618 Apes Slreel
Furniture Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker
PHONE  176.
NIGHT CALL 81.
... ,    ,      , Hurren, the    well-known    Nanaimo
race of one mile and fifty yards. The toward, who played for th_ West-
time made In some of the'races was minster Rovers in two B.C. cup
'a trifle slow as the track was hardly m;i"-'hes last season, arrives in the
Hi rn- good condition m had heen ex- .Jtv l0,(la>' to tahe up his residence
pected In a few days however it Hp wl" s[sn with th,. Hovers, and
I, expected to be in perfect shape and needless to say Is a great acquisition.
fast time is expected.
Summary: Challenge   For   Shield.
First "rae- five furlongs- gelling���I Tlle Celtic team which has chal-
Mr Hose *on- second, Regina Arvi; leDSed f��r the People's Shield, leaves
I third   Fire     Time 1:02 3-5 ; today for Calgary to take part ln th-e i
Second race six furlongs; se.ling��� tournament. J, \V. Wallls Is manager,
Frieze wn; second Grace G.- third, aml l"ae team win include: McCorm-
Beaumont    Time   1.15 3-5. ick- B��ali  McLean, Payne and Black,,
I Third race fiv�� and one-half rUr-'backs; Knowles, Graham aud Riske,
'lings; purse-Beaver Dam Lad won; '^ves; Pearson Cruickshanks, Hoop-
se.ond Traffic; third Ocean Queen- *r. Robertson and Proctor, forwards;
Time 1:09 Sampson  and  Dargle, reserves.
Fourth    race,      The    Inauguration
Handicap,   one   mile���Monvlna   won;
third.     Red   Leaf
CRICKET
second.   Folie   L
Time 1:42 1-5.
Fifth race, one mile, for g<nt. men
riders-Ban   won;     second.     Smiler; I    Cedar cottage beat  Westminster at
third  Rex.   Time,2:00 \h    H^rrls   sfreeet            ,     Vaucou.
Sixth   race,   selling,   six   furlongs- ��          Sa                 ���
Bellsnlcker won-    second,    Burleigh; c    fc   (ook thr.-     f ^    f          run_
third.   May   P_ik.     Tin,,,   1:161-5. Thl. Scores were:
Seventh  race, selling, one mile and
fifty   yards���Kelowna   won;     second, Cedar  Cottoge.
Miller's     Daughter;,   third    Margaret �����  Llliott. b Oddy       4
Randolph.    Tire,  1:471-5. F. A. Whitaker, b Lashmar     4
 R. A. Crane,  b  N\ elfare    42
SEATTLE WILL SEND S  ���>' P- p<>rr-v. ct Halt-Cook, b
TEAM   TO  CHICAGO   ...    .   t?fl4��**   '."_;''   Y ',' ���.
  \\. A. Goddard, b C. S. Cooke .... 2a
Seattle,   Aug.   2D.-Encourage 1    by �� JHJJ��Vb Lashmar     1
, i.i. ,- ,_    i,i���    m_    r. Morgan, ct and b Cooke       1
the complete vctory of the WueM* ft  D  ^ard    t Robia8      b
mitid  men at the A. A   U. game, at p__.l-_.                                ii
the  stadium ot   the  A^ska-Viikoi.-Fa. ^   s-  COOk*i    ......   ......
ciftc exposition, August 13 and 14, the ���                  e
SeatUe AthleUc club has decided tt ^erworth, c    LaVhmar.  b' Wel are
���end a team to the 1910 A..A.U. games B              ,h            Lashn_ar,    b
at  Chicago. _Velfnr_                                           K
Before   the ���ct'nt   meet-   tlle   Seattle i . v. r_       fll
team  was  unheard  of.  and  even  the; ulUs    '    ] |
directors of the organization held out
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
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[Gasoline Tanks and x
\       Fishermen's Supplies
no hopes of a  Seattle   victory.    The tal   	
tain   wus composed  of a number ot Westminster.
Northwest   boy., none Of  whom  had  T 0ddy, ct Newham, b Cr__e
attained any degree of national prom-  B welfare, ct Crane, b EilioL
Inenct
C. Judd, b Elliott
Edmuson,   the   half-mtler   surprised  p  c   Lashmar, not out
the  world  by  defeating  Qlsstag,  the c   g  Cooke   b Elliott
swiftest    nhdill.    distance   runne.   of  F   Smitll   c{ and ;b  Elliot
'      '��� a  '   "  ;   -'        "     ' "   '	
Malcomson
the East, ki a  1  minutes,  ...  1-3 sec
95 i
n.
9
l
31
0
0
-_  sec-  B  g_ DaTOy( ct Miller, b oGddard.    3
_ ui tie j  Tuff   b Elliou      u
md   race.     Malcomson,   the    Seattle -   Tufl   .   K1,iolt  0
lurdler, ran the -'-" >'ard 'ow hurdles p  RUn-cre8   ct Newham, b Elliott 1
:i   25   seconds   Hai.   beating     Harry w   Hatt-<" >ok,  b Elliott     6
Hillman of New York, and Shaw of j_ Rohlnson. ct Smith, b Elliott .. 3
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
| Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
......n.....*.*...k...o...*S4...n.o++*	
New York's latest styles and patterns
have just arrived.     These Suits are
made to keep their shape, and are
made only by expert tailors.
LET US  BE YOUR  TAILOR.    WE
GUARANTEE OUR GOODS.
J EUGENE BROWN & CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
J. Robinson, ct Smith, b Elliott .
Extras     ID
'Hill	
Chicago. Forest Smlthson, the Olym
I pic   champion   was   present,   but   did!
not  enter the race. Total    56
The  Seattle sprinters finished  one,	
two, three, in the hundred yard dash, | **���������*���*
beating  such  men   as  Dawburn,  the ,��������������������������� ������������*�������*���
famous Princeton sprinter,    Hamilton ���
of  the  New   York  club,  and   May of  ���   STANDING   OF  THE CLUBS.
the Chicago Athletic association. ��� Northwester^ League.
Th,. Seattle team, before the meet, ,���
was  not considered  of sufficient lm-,*      Clubs~
portance to invite to take part In thej*   8eatile   ..
California contest.     They   will   pwb-j*   Spokane
ably enter a team ln the Los Angeles ���   Aberdeen
meet later In th, year. ���   Portland  .
���   Vancouver
����������������������������������������
Electric Railway Service !i
���    - <
< i
Intsrurban _."������
Urs ,0r Vancouver and way
Nation, will mn every half
ho"'' from 5:50 a. m. Last
rar leavei at 11 p. m.
'a8t Ci��f leaves Vancouver at
11:30
p.m.
nv
ars leave the depot every
(',uy minutes for both Sap-
',0rt��n and city limit, over the
eltv line.
City  Line:  Cart leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty mm- <
utes  after,  and forty   minutes , \
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m   ([
ii
Sapperton Lins: Cars leave ] \
at ten minutes after the hour, < >
half past and fifty minutes after ,,
the hour, commencing at 6:30 u
a. m. '.',
o
8unday service half-houriy he- J |
tween 8:30 a. m. and 11. P- m-
^fHt,SH Co,umbla Electric Ry. Co.,Lid \\
Alasl the Poor Ump!
Augusta, Ga., Aug. 19 ��� Immediately
following his forfeiture of the game
to Macon vesterday In the fifth inning
Umpire Gifford was surrounded by a
crowd of several hundred angry spectators and narrowly escaped serious
/njurv. Gifford was struck In tbe face
hit on the hard with pop bottle., and
choked. Police then protected him.
Mavor Dunbar made an address to
the crowd stating that Augusta had
uven wronged, but for the good name
of the city, he pleaded for "the skunk
to be let alone."
Augusta wlll refuse to play any
more games with Gifford umpiring.
In the beginning of the fifth a wild
pitch by Griffin came near striking
the nmpire. Gilford claimed that
Griff-i tried to hit him and fined the
local pitcher $25. Carson was fined
125 for not catching the 'bail, and,
giving the team less than a minute
to begin playing, Gifford forfeited the
gam..
EASTERN   LACROSSE.
Saturday's Games.
At Montreal-
Shamrocks   ...   ���	
Capitals  	
At Cornwall���
Cornwall	
Montreal   	
At Toronto���
Toronto 	
Tecumseh  	
Standing of Clubs.
Woi. Dost
Shamrocks   '
Tecumsehs    6
Toronto     '
Montreal    J
Cornwall    J
Nationals    8
Capitals    0
2
2
3
3
5
6
10
Tacoma
Won. Lost. Pet
. 78      45     .634
51
57
64
73
82
73
62
57
53
4$
.589
.525
.471
.421
.369
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The Nights
ar. getting long and the eyesight
in consequence is getting short.
Science, however, has 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 we 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 *y��s perfectly;
second, we do not overcharge you,
and in every case when not satisfied we cheerfully return tha
money. We have spectacle* a*
low as 50c a pair. Try us for
your next pair.
D.S. CURTIS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Sp-Ctacles 50c up.
Live Stock  Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recognlxed as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-Increasing number
of *tock 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 loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter is an
Instance:
New Westminster,   June   23,  1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New   Westminster, B. C.
Uear 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 $200.00 la
full payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON.
You may ba the next to lose some valuable  stock, enquire for particulars.
ALPRfcD   W.
INSURANCE BROKER,
6S7 COLUMBIA STREET. PHONI St
Senior Amateur Lacrosse.
Maple Leafs beat Victoria by eight
goals to flve at Vancouver on Saturday ln a clean game. The home
team went ahead on the second quarter, when most of the scoring was
done.
Ing 303 (J. A. Barrs,    100)    against
Burrards. 116.   B. Rhodes made 63.
Cricket Tournament.
The cricket tournament at Vancouver concluded on Saturday.    Vancouver again won the championship mak-
Melbourne, Aug. 22.���There are serious floods throughout the State et
Victoria. Many villages have ibeen
submerged and there have been a
number of fatalities. Railroad communication between Melbourne and
Adelaide has b.en suspended fir
three days on account of the collapse
of tte bridges.
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Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909,
A By-law to enable the Council of
the City of New Westminster ;o raise
by loan tbe sum of Four Thousan I
((4000.00) Dollars for the purpose ot
advertising the City.
Whereas, ll Is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand ($4000.001
Dollars In advertising the City and
that id s ���.���. Bhould        ;_i..-d ou
the credit of the Corporation.
And  Whereas, It ., ���      ���    ' >
Sum    oi    Four    Thou.-a,,.1    11.4000   UJ
Dollars    be    appropriated    from
general  revenui   of thi
cun-. nt year the rate of I ixatiou will
bt. excessive, and it i.s expedient that
such    excessive   taxation   stould    lie
avoided, and the said s im .-houid
raised  "ii  the credit of the Corporation,  and   that   debent    i     s ���   - 1   be-
Ur ii i for that nn." ���   ���
And, Whereas, i.r the payment ol
intere.-t on tlie debentures proposed
to bi li te I under this By-Law, and
for rivuiin. asinkingfund forthepay-
ment of th - said del entun _ wh n ,1 ��� ',
l|t will be i.' .sary to raia.- by sl
i -. in add;:.<m lo all other rates,
each year durltg the currency of tha
Bald debentures, tbi sum ot T�� ��� H :
dred and Thirty-Five and 46-1UU
($235.46)  Dollarp.
And, uiivvi., in order to raise
the said vearly sun, of Two Hundred andThirty-Flv- and 46-100
(.._ 15.46) Dollars an equal bp cial nne
on   f wil!   be  requ red  to   l.e
levied mi ill" whole rateable plop rty
of the City ol New V\   stmiuster;
And. vi,";. as, tlie who e ral a il
property cf the said City, according
to the last revised assessm ut roll
thereof. i��� Five Millions, Thrte Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and For.y-Five (-$5,391,445.
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount 01
th-�� existing debenture ,de i of the
said CUy Is One Million. Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre
Spective of the cllrn "f Three Hundied
and Ninety-four Thousand ($394000--
00; Dollars proposed to be ra sei under ihe "Hospil .1 Debeniure By-law
1909," ihe "Waterworks !->��� i nt i ,. By
law 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law i:"V.' the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1 0 i," and the "City
Gaol r_ eni ire By-law 1909," 61
which none of the principal or interest is in arrears.
Now -.. Municipal Coun
cil v  -      C '. .. ol the City of
N--   Westmin tallows:
:     :- - for the Mayor
-:   - itj '   ...    _.   way  ol
, - ;-:-. ��� od
ot i - -, ma    ��� e will-
tag to advance a I       n .u
if I ���   .--    -     hereinafter men-
-     - - -       - -    .-���;     .    o     i.. 'ii- v
-���. ���   ��� ���        -.   .    : -   wh,      the sum
:;   ."���'     :   1 _a_   ($4000 0))   D illurs
i" : ������ a. to :i 1 Into
t_ -"���-������-..������ I City for the
l I      :eia.
:...-���       ��� i] (or "  .   Mayor
debentur .-���
i i   the
v ��� J Thoi    iv
y ��� ���  i   '. ���   ' - ���       sn ii    in... "t
:v i ;.,... n.,;   less
_ ;.���    ,: ������ ������   e |ul .al- -it
.    ��� p e erll ,    of tne
-. it  llr lain and '
:-- ud ...    ol   4.866  to the
.   - v -    an I ai)  su, ;   de
iv   -     - ,   with   th      S-al
���;��� ��� - slgne!  by    the
V ���.        ���������'. - ��� rslgned the
1 ��� ������-    ������: ���   "i  ��� ������     or  by  such oth r
;���-' ��� '    .'     - '      -    -    may  be  thi re-
: - 1.
-'_.    .        "ures   shall   be ,
;-v '--.'���      ...  of duly 1.59.
i       ������*.        ���   - - . as the Coun-
-   --  :   "  : - a  may from
' "-��� ���.    :       ������'��� th  the ap-
;'   ���        ' '    ' -*    tl ireof,    and
*__..: . - - ...--:.:. coupons
f-.- ���������-,.��� - ��� i ��� at the
rale ���' I . ������  pei ���   im on
tke an     '- ��� '     which  Interest
thai    --.:���-. a j i    ���.tio
I - - at ud the first daj of
.". .    . ���   -- -��� fa ��� ni 'ne
e i   by  ihe
f��:J. Mayor.
:     v    special    rate on
e>>>.:. ried   :---'-ii a     a  eacp
?���_..- In .'-.:.-. -. to all other rts
on al       ' propi rty .i City,
���ofl      at I '      In ten
('.'��� ��� v.<i   ���'. create  a sinking
fund for th at ���
ther��-of when due,
ot enactmi nt reel  etli    the
,"     Si   ect as -id --hall
be r:,i'-T"l airmail i, s pcla rates
_      I   .. - d   d .- Ing i
the   nld '!���   ��� ni  r_     be ol T
Hundre.        '
payment of I l  th. ' tht
i ii of Tblrtj Five and 16-10H
($35 16) Dollar* t/i provide foi the
repayrr ent   of  the  prim ii.nl
6. The proceeds of in aa\�� or fn-
said de eitureH ylmll be applied a
follows and not otherwise: Towsrde
paylni; -n. oosl o' the pass'm ot
this By-law a-id the Iss-e and tnte
ot th,. debentures therein r- f> rred to.
7. Tills By-law shall take effeci "n
the 2."th. day of August 191"'., ai,d may
be cited as the "Advertising By law
1909."
8. This Bylaw before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the sai I Ciiy
ln   the  manner required   by  iiiw-
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1009.
Reconsidered and TlnaJly  passed In
��p*n Council the. day of	
1909.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will hp taken Into considerat o���
by the Municipal Council of the City
Of New Westminster one month from
the dato of the first publication there
of ln the "Daily News" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, whieli first
publication took place on the 22nd.
dav of July 1909, and that a vote of
th* elwtors of th,. Olty will be taken
on Uie. sald proposed bylaw on 'be I
25th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
m., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapi>erton; and the
Waterworks Storehuuse, Kl.ventli
Si.eet.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City ��.lerk.
City   Hall,  duly   -2nd.   1909.
City Oaol Litature By-
Law, 1909.
A Bj law ie, enable the Council u:
the City oi New Westminster to raise
by loan  the sum   ~:    Six    Thousand
i$vv      Dollars for ti..- purpose of
building a Cit; i..,.,, and Poiii i ourt
Room.
as, ii is expedient to erect a
building to be used as a Citj Gaol
and Police Court Room, and to use
that port.on of tiie Civic i: iii
now used t',.f those purposes, (oroth, r
purposes and to ��� xpeud "u the erec
tion of the said building the sum ol
Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollar.-,,
that the said sum should be raised on
;i.,   ere Hi of the Corporation,
And Whereas, It a;.],ear.- that ii Hi
sum of Six Thousand ($600.00)
Dollars be appropriated from tin-
general revenue of the C'iiy for the
curr. ni year the rate of taxation wi
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such exa si ve ta cat! a Bhould be
avoidi d, and ih,. . aid i i i Bhould bi
raised on the credit of the Corporation, ami that debentures should be
ii    . d for that amount.
And, w h< ii as. for th payment of
ini. rest on the de ,. ntun s proposed
in be Issued under ibis By Law, i.i
for creating asinkingfund forthepay-
ment of th-e said debentures whendue,
it will be necessary to raise by spec al
rates, in addition to all other rates
each year during tlie currency of tn^
��� : i debentur -\ I .��� Bum of Three
Hundied and Fifty-three and 19-100
($353.19)   Dollars.
And. Whereas, in order to raise the.
said v arly sum of Three Hundred and
Fifty-three and 19-100 ($353.19) Dollars an erpial special rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the
City of New Westminster.
And. Whereas, the whole rateable
property of tbe said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,446.
00)  Dollars.
And. Whereas, the total amount ot
the ixisiing debenture debt of the
said Citj ls One Million, Two Hun-
Ired and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre
spectlve of the sum of Three Hundred
and Ninety-Two Thousand ($392,000.-
  Dollars propos.-d to be raise I under the "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bj
law 1909," the "Stree, Improvement
By-'aw 1909,'' the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," ot
Which none of the principal or interest is  in   arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal ''oun
cil of the Corporation of the City of
New WestmlnBter enacts as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the -Mayor
of Hio said City ;o raise by way o)
loan from any person or persons, "I,
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the cn dli
of the debentures, hereinafter nan
tioned, a"\- sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in :bo wholo the sum
of- Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars
and to cause thr^ same to be paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures
lo be made, not exceeding in the
whole the sum of Six Thousand
($00uo.ii0) Dollars, for such sums of
money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed in pounds sterling of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, nt a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall l.e scaled with the Seal
of the Corporation signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by tiv
Treasurer thereof, or by such <"ther
person or persons as may be ther.
unio lawfully authorized.
.1.    Th--     said   debentures  shall   be
payable on the first day of July 195'*
at such  place or plnai . as the Conn
cll of Hit- said Corporation may from
time  fo time appoint,    wth  tlie  approval   of  the  holders     'hereof,    and
i   have  attached  to them  coupons
for  the  payment of inierest    at the
rate of five per centum   i r annum on
the  amount   thereof,    which  inierest
bo  pa'a  le  1 alf yi arly  on   ' he
ir t of .January  and   the  flTst  day Of
iily. in each and i very year, and th
aid coupons shall  i,.-  signed by   he
aid  Mayor.
I. A Bpei Ial rate on the do lar
ball be levied and raised n ea'-h
J .-ar. in addition to all other wtt _
on .11 rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the Interest on the
debentures, and to create a sinkim-
fund lor the payment of he principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
.or enactment respecting the same.
a. Subject ns aforesaid, , r-,-. Bhall
be raised annually by s,icia; rates
as aforesaid, during 'ba currency ol
the said debentures, t ,. sum of Three
iHundr.-d ($1100.00) Dul.rs for the
j payment of interest thereon and the
JBum ot Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($53.1.1
|Doliars to provide for the repayment
of tiie principal.
6. The proceeds of the sal,, of tne
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of
this By-law and the issue and aale
of the debenture* therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "City .Tall Debenture
By-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before the final
pass'ng thereof, shall receive the as
sent of the electors of the said City
ln   the   manner required   h     'nn.
Received the assent of the electors
on  the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed in
(iiwn Council the dav of	
1909.
NOTICE.
Take noiice that the above is a
true copy of the propos- d By-law
which will b,.. taken into considerat on
oy the Municipal Council of the City
ol -NV.v Westminster one month from
the daie of the first publication thereof in the '-Daily News" and "Daily
Columbian" newspapers, which first
pu lication took place on the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote ol
;i electors of the City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
m., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
���I e Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterw*>?ks Storehouse, Eleven, ii
strei t,
W    \.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Hall,   July   22nd.   1909.
1 fi The 1 roe eds of the saiP of tne
'said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: l'owaris
paying the cost of the i asvng or
this By-law and the issue and sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. Tldr; By-law shall take effect "n
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "Waterworks Deben-
tun    By-law, 1909."
g -v,,. I'.y-law before the final
passing ' vii. shall receive the as-
sent of ��� ��� ��� lectors of the said City
In   thi   manner required   bv  lew.
It,,-. jv 1 the assent of ihe electors
on th" day of 1909.
Ri c nd finally pas ed In
.... daj of	
1909.
,l���,ing  ihe currency
entures,  the  sum of Fit-
($1500-00)    Dollars   tor
oi  inter, v   thereon and
.     ,   .    Hund e I  and Sixty
.    ($265.96)   Dollars  to
payment of the prln-
ttie
r.      . !  :v
Mayi ir,
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
A By-law to enable the Council oi
Citj of New Westminster to rais,
. Man the sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000.00)
Dollars for tlie purpose oi increasing
the capacity of the City Waterworks
tn.
Wheri as. it is expi ,1 ent to con
struct an additional Main Pipe Line
for tli,. City Waterworks System from
Coquitlam Lake to the Queen's Park
Reservoir, and also from the Reservoir to the City limits on Lulu Island.
and for that purpose ;o expend the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
'I , ousand  | 5234, ) 00)   Dollars.
And Wher-eas, it appears 'bai If th
sum   of   Two    Hundred    an 1 Thirty-
Four    Thousand     ($234.      Dollars
be appropriat d from the general
n venue of tlie City for the current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such excessive taxation should he
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on the cr.dit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
Issued for that amount.
And, Whereas, for the payment of
interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating asinkingfund for the payment of the said debentures whendue,
it will be necessary to raise by spec al
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the
said tie entures, the sum of Thtrtven
Thousand, Seven Hundred and Seventy-Four and 52-100 ($13,774..2. Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
Bald yearly sum of Thirteen Thousand
Seven Hundred and Seventy-Four and
52-100 ($13,774.52) Dollars an equal
pei ial rate on the dollar will b,. re-
-1iired to be levied on the whole rateable property- of the City of New
Westminster;
And. Whenas, the whole rateabl������
property of the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roi:
thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hun
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount or
ih. existing debenture debt of the
said City is One Million, Two Hundred and Nin teen Thousand, One
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00]    Dollars   Irre-
ectlve of the sum of On. Hundred
and Sixty-Four Thousand ($li;4.��n>0.-
1001 Dollars pronosed to be raised un-
���der the "Hospital Debenture By-law
11909," the "Waterworks Deb nture B -
law 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,'' the 'Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909.'' and 'he "City
I Gaol Debenture By-law 1909,'' ot
which none of the principal ,r interest  Is  in  arrears.
Noiv therefore the Municipal Council of the Cor; oration of tbe City of
[New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. It shad be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from anj person or persons, iod,
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance lhe same on tlie credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum
of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand ($234,000) Dollars, and to
cause the same to be paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes mentioned herein.
2. li shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentur s
io be made, not exceeding in the
whole the stun of Two Hundred and
I Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000)
Dollars, for such sums of money
ag may b ��� required, noi less
than   $100.00  each,    or  an   equivalent
[expressed In pounds sterling of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a mine of 4.8i 6 to lhe
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall e sealed with the Seal
of the Corporation Signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by i Ae
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be there.
unto lawfully authorized.
'-'.. The said debentures shall bs
payable on the first day of July 1959.
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation nay from
time to time appoint, wth tho approval of the holders thereof, and
shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment of Interest, at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which Interest
snail be payai.lp half yearly on nho
first of January and the first day of
July, in each and every year, and th.
said coupons shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
jvar, In addition to all other rates,
on all rateable property of 'he City,
sufficient to pay the Interest on the
debentures, and to creat. a sinking
fund for the payment of the rlnclpa'
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, ihetie shall
be raised annually by special rates
ns aforesaid, during ihe currency ot
the said debentures the sum of
Eleven Thousand Seven Hundred
($11,700) Dol'ars for the payment of
interest thereon, and the sum of Two
Thousand a"d Seventy-Four and 52-
100 ($2074.521 Dollars to erovlde Tor
the repayment of the principal.
NOTICE.
tlce tl ,;t Hie above Is a
true copy of the proposed ByJaw
which will b_ taken Into considerat on
by the hlunidpal Councf of the C t
of New Westminster one month rrom
the d   ������ of the first publication th '������
01 in   ihe     Daily   News"   and   "Dally
Columbian"    newspapers,  which   f rsi
tion took place "n the 22nd.
day of duly 1909, and 'bat a vote of
.-nis of the City will be taken
. n the said   proposed   bylaw on the
2 .-h da;  of August, i:��i:i. betwei a th.
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five !>���
,  ai   the  follow lng  places, n u
'P    Coun ill Chamber, cit Ic building;
i i .     fa i.    Sapi erton;    and the
Waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh
street.
W.    _,  DUNCAN,
Citv  Cl. ���
City   Hall    Julv   2_nd.   1909.
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909.
be
as   ai"
ll . id    lie
teen  Hundred
the   pa'.:
ibe
Five an
provldt
cipal. .   ,        ,
g    T, ,. -,,   . ds of the sale o
_.,.,,  ,,. hall   be applied a.
follows, ol       lerwl        rewards
j living of  the    :as   ng    o
,: i the   Issue  and   sa ���
,;-,    ���  ereln '. ferr ,1 to.
7    ., ... shall take effeci on
:v 251 of An        1909, a .   may
-...,-. ���   pital  D. benture
By-law
.    -, law      for.'    the    final
passim reol hai ������ ��� Ive the assent of ' ' lectors of th. said City
In  thi   ��� required    ij   law,
I;,.,-, ived the i nt of the ' cto b
on thv.       da 1909.
Reconsl : r. I and finally passed In
open Council the day of	
.SI,,,,,,    1, y
Return .:
vl<  day  nv :   ��� .
Additional   ti *
leaving New W,
This   scl, : .
without notice.
For freight an |
ply to
R(
--I
"= .1
v
'I ri a urei ih.
person or pi i
unto i
ARDINB,
_J
I
Y
City I
Mat
A By-law to enable the Council oi
the C'iiy of New Westminster o ralsi
by loan ihe sum of Tblrtj   Thousand
($30,01    Dollars   for   the   purpose
ol   granting   th,.  sum,,  to   the  Royal
Colum  lan Hospital,
Whereas, it Is expedient to grant
the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30.-
000.00) Dollars for the purpose o. assisting In the erection of a new building for the Royal Columbian Hospital  111  tills City.
And Whereas, It appears that If tiv
sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00)
Dollars lie 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 sliould be
avoided, and the said sim should ba
raised on the credit of th Corporation, and that deb-ntures should be
issued for that amount.
And, Whereas, for the payment of
Interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a.-inking fund fOi tnepaj
menUof tl,, said debi mures wh'-n due
It will be net',ssary to rais, by special
rates, in addii i.n to all other ra.es,
each yea,- during the currency of the
said deben ur i . th, . nm of Sev. n; i n
Hundred and Sixty-Five and 96-100
($1765.96)   Hollars.
Au 1, Whereas, in order to i Isi th
said yearly sum of Sv ��� nti en Hundred and Sixty-Five ami 96-100
($1765.96) Dollars an equaj special rate
on the dollar will be ri |U red 'o be
levied on iho whol,. rateabl, property
of the City of Xew Westminster;
And. Whereas, the whole rat. aid,
property of the said ciiy, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hun
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.
00)  Doi.'ars.
Ann Whereas, Hie total amount ol
the existing debenture dei.t of the
Said City is One Million, Two Hun
dretl and Nineteen Thousand. One
Hundred ($1,219(100.00) Dollars irre
spective of the sum of Three llundnd
and Sixty-Eight Thousand ($364,000.
00) Dollars prop as d to be raised under the "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
1909," the "Waterworks Deb nture By
law 1909," the "Streei Improvemeni
By-law 1909," the 'Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "Citv
Gaol Debenture Bylaw 1909," ol
which none of lhe principal 0r interest  is  in  arrears.
Now therefore ihe Municipal Council of the Corporation of the C ty of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. li shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any perBOn or persons, od
or bodies corporate, who may lie Will-
In. to advance ihe same on the cretlll
of the debentures, hereinafter men
Honed, any sirm or sums of money,
not exceeding iii ibe whole 'he sum
of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00) Dollars and to cause ih same to be paid
Into the Treasury of the said city for
the  purposes mentioned  herein.
2. Ii shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number Of debentures
to be made, not exceeding in tho
whole the sum of Thirty Thousand
($30.000.00) Dollars, for siioh sums of
money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed In pounds sterling of the
Unl'-d Kingdom of Groat Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and aj) such debentures shall ile sealed with the S_al
of tho Corporation Signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by tne
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persona as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the. first day of Julv 1959
at such place or places as the Council of thp said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of tho h-ilders thereof, and
shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment of Interest at the
rate of five por centum per annum on
the amount thereof, whloh Interest
shall be paya'In half ye-iply on the
first of January and the first dav of
July, In each nnd every yenr, and the
said coupons shall tie signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raiRe,] |n eacj,
year. In addition to all other rates,
on  all  rateable  property 0f  ti,e  Q^y
NOTICE.
Tak at  the  above  la  a
tr       ol proposed    By-law
which will b taken Into con iderat on
by the .Mani. i; al Council of th City
of Nov      ��� ier <m.. n   nth from
tin ,i , th flrsl I ii Nation there
ol in the "Daily Lew s" and "Daily
Columbian" newspapers, which frst
pu lication lo; 'i i lae, , n the 22nfl
laj of July 1909, and Hint a v,,to ol
the electors of tl , City will be taken
n the said    | roposed   bylaw on  tii"
th day ol \iv u '. 1909, betwei n the
hours of nin. o'clock a.ni. and five p.
m.. a' the foi owing places, nameij:
[The Councl] Chamb. r, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapi erton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Citv   Hall,  July  22nd,   1909.
Street Improvement Helen
ture By-Law, 1909.
The
payabli  i
al such pl
til of tl
time to tii
; roval  of th,
shall    h    ,
for   Hv      ���
rate ol fl e
th, amouni   i i
shall   ie paya
first of J.
July, in ��� a. li ai
said   cou, OM
said   .Mayor.
i.    A      spvia
shall   be   levied
y  ar.   in   i, Idltl 1
on all  rateable
���ani   leni   to   ;   . ' "���
1
I
'!.   '
.
1   '     ���     in;
de ' inn . s, and
d ior the aj
then of �� hen due
er
��� ������������hi
I md ior the ��� aj'
,, ��� i        . v *
A  By law to enable the Council ot
In- Ciiy of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of One Hundred and
Four  Thousand   ($104,000.00)   DoUara
'for Streei  Improvements.
Whereas, certain sums of money hnv.
this year been expended out of the
general revenue of t'v Ctlj for the
construction, Improvem. n and i b i
ol certain streets and Bidewalks, und
It is expedient thai certain additional
sum- be spent In like manner, amount,
lng in all i with sums a rea Ij so
spi n: i to the sum of On,, ilinidr, I
ami Four Thousand ($104.001 i Dollars.
\mi win-r. as, lt appi are thai If the
-am of iine Hundred and Four Thousand ($104,000.00) D il in rs i, appropriated trom the general revenue
< f the t'i y for the cui i -1
year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
sm n    i xct    ...    taxation   shoul I    be
javoided, and  the  said  sum  should   be
raised on  the cred i uf the Corporation,  and   that  debentures should   be
issued   for  that  amount.
And.   whenas. for the  payment of
ilnt. rest on the debentures propo ed
to be Issued under ibis By-Law, and
for creating asinkingfund forthepay-
ment of th, said debentures whendue,
jit will be necessary to raise by special
|rat��s, in addlt on to all other rates,
each year during tlie currency of the
and debentures, the sum of Six Thou-
sand   One   Hundred   and    Tw.-ntv-two
I ($6,122.00)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
Isaid yearly sum of Six Thousand One
Hundred  und  Twenty-two   ($6,1^2.00)
|Dollars    au    equal    special    rate on
i
or enactmenl r, ..   *4f
���������   Su ijecl a   af. -
be   rais,,i   annua . f
as aforesaid, durii
in- sa d deb. ntun ���
Thousand  Two    ii I
Dollars  tor  the   : ...,.,1
'here,,,,, and  the 1
dred and Twi nty-i
lars to proval,. for
the principal.
0.    The  proc eds of thi     , .l��
said debentures shal _ ;',
follows, and not othi .wis \ n$
paying   the  COgt  of ...   E-*
this   Iiv.law   and   thi
of the debentures therein refer .dl
7. Thi--  Hy law  shall take eject J
ih.  25th, day of Augue  1909,andi
be cite '  a    tl , "Streel I \
De ��� mar. By-law, 19
8. This-  By-law   before  the _ij
passine thereof, shall receive-jT
Seni   Of   the   clot-tor.   of tl : "J
In  the  manner requ re
Ri ���Ived the      ent oi
on the day of :- ;���
Reconsidi red i_j
Ol ' 'i Coun, il the...  . day of,
1909.
City  I'I  ri;
1
jthe dollar will b- required to be
[levied on the whole rateable property
of the City of New Westminster;
And, Whereas, thP whole rateable
property of .ho said Ciiy, according
to the last revised assessment roli
thereof, is Five Millions, Thre, Hun-
tired and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred nnd Forty-Fl-e ($5,391,446.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount Ot
the existing debenture debt of the
said Ciiy is One Million, Two Hun-
died imtl Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1.219.1oo.no) Dollars Irre-
Spectlve of the sum of Two Hundred
land Ninety-Four Thousand ($294,000-
00) Dollars proposed to be raised under ihe "Hospital Debenture Hy law
1909." the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw 1909," tho "Street Improvement
By-law 1909," the "Inclni rator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "C'ty
Oaol Debenture By-law 1909," of
which none of the principal or Interest Is In .arrears
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of ��'"''.nT
New Westminster enacts as follows:   lr<"'""  ''
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to ralse by way of
loan trom any person or persons, bodv
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance thi> same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, anv sum or sums of money,
not exceeding In the wholo the -""im
of One Hundred and Four Thousand
($104,000,000) Dollars and to cause
the same to be paid 'nto th. Treasury
of the said City for the purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for tho Mayor
to cause nny number of debenture*
to be made, not exceeding in the
whole the sum of One Hundred and
Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dollars
for such sums of money as may
!*> required, not less than $100.00
each, or an equivalent expressed
In pounds, sterling of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.RG6 to the
pound sterling: and al| such debentures shall be sealed with the Seal
of (he Corporation signed by tihe
Mayor   and    countersigned    by    tie
NOTICE.
Tak ���  noil e hi       v i
true   co;.;.    ol    I I   | OSi i
which will . insldtj
by the Municipal C. I
of New We I
the date ol an -i
ol  In   the    i' ..ci "i*|
Columbian"    n. �� ��M lr.
pu lication   too n tl-
day of July 1909, and ibat i int. <
the electors ol the City ��rl ' ��� .
on '.he said   pro] ��� w oa'
26th tl,y of Aug.         ������ '���
hours of nin.  o cl-cii a tn. and fivei
in., ai  the  follow.i     | laces, Mnjl
The Council Chambi r, civic buHdin^
the Fire  Hall,    Sap ������ i a;   and'
Waterworks     Sto ��� b W'-'Vi _
street.
W   A   DUNCAN,
City t'leit|
City   Hall,  July  22nd, 1909,
Tin- following :s a list af the s"
and amount to be expended on
under   the  provisions ol the ""'
Improvemeni Debenture Bylaw, 1" I
Columbia street, Hassam pa'
ment 	
Columbia stre.-t, Clllainl rs
Hill       ...
Front  street	
Agnes  street   	
Dufferin  Btreet   	
McKenzie streei	
Lorne sireet	
First  street   	
Second stre-i   	
Third street ���������
Fourth  streot   	
Fifth  street   	
Seventh sir,vt	
Eighth street ���
Nanaimo street   	
Twelfth streei  ���. ���  ���  	
Thirteenth stn et ... ���������
Fourteenth sire t   	
Hamilton Sireet      ���
Dublin streel    ���������
Edln.1 nigh streel   ������ ���    ������
London   sireet   . .   ��� ���
���< HI
U
Tenth street ..
AUberta street .
Coburg street .
Lelth street ...
Royal avenue ���
Queen's avenue
Fifth avenue  . ���
venue
Sixth avenue .
Seventh avenue
Eighth avenue
ThlW avenue ..
Tenth avenue . -  ��� ���        "J.''
Hospital street, Blair ana ��*    \0
chnnan avenue  ...   ���������  '"   (,(���
Stj_ots generally     '"--^_
simi
Total
I
1
I
I
j
I
ijl I
l.*|
1,1*1
'.n
u��l
;il
Incinerator Dehenlure
law, 1909.
Coin""-'
A By-law to enable ' '      ,0 t0
the City of New Wertmg^gj
by loan the sum of Tw< n >      ,f
Dollars   for  '&e
IS-
($20,000.00)
of  building an Incinerator.
Wh-eras, It is W��f'$��*_.
provement   of sanitary ^^tiM
the   City   that   a   P^"0,fl.trB0��
should be built for the des��    T>.
refuse at   the  Ml"
sand   ($20,000.00)  D��"2__nit_l
And Whereas, It 8_>_*ars __ ...   19U-.
THE  DAILY,  NEWS.,
_>AGL __JV_W.
Division of New Wesimil.suII  D.
uu  ..,,,     ...I.I,-,.-.    urn     o.
.  returned to
. ., and the difloi
IMjillt of   dl
 . ������IH
-        in,. I^Z II T_J name" ZESTs*���
^""-Pl . Sver    Power    C pany,    I
!eDU�� "; . ,,   its  bead  offlce   at   il     I
YI'-" '���'"��� ' ���_M__i__*
���,",'���i    _._,_�� ��� "Tr.
Y           y~'Y'"Y-Y' ��� 2.*s
���"'    ''"'",""'    -U     'v'-,,    Arm _ '    ��ner   ""   ""
it ��", .,���,,,.r Hi'- ......heimr  M.slilloet  river,  Noith    Arm Boi .      ())0lve
^\M .           ol  anj
>S-y ^f��' Va-. Y'iY The  point ^vision ,,    , >�� g who*
^C!l_^tSaS^r,ttoB              I' -ks.either above
eVe"       "    "
MADEIMCMiADA
I   me  ui""'   , - ��� --���������" ���-������	
point of  dl- 4)nt_ a ���BHKbfe-^O    ���- .*��  A;1X/
v.uril.      Tbe .^^NiETTC   ft   tfltfAl
, river neat ,-        * H rf UUIllIl
ace of ele- R^  7. "Hlf
.rn sion and Yy                           ,        -    I JljA
, feet, i.n . i_                  "
ana 1;������i   tne    u��ia.,.-    ......
v. .M.slilloet  river,  North     Ai
ndue, ������,., (Indian River) al  oi
.1 m.|,.., from lis mouth,
.                               .   rates,      ,,, The  point of  divlslo]
(ni *
.ear
by me I1, iiiwd, ^i��-_w  ���
*e S"'V^ty-seVen  *7d). Th. quan-i.y  ol  water applied or***  tl B   F.  Dickins
;u_ndri I for   (in cubic    feel   1
tne ,.,���,,,. 1(,.t pvr second.
_iO_.        (e). The     characu-r   ol
' "I1C !':m,���d 30-100
ii* ��� . _
;
ir,D iVancouver, B I
iin   pan ol  : .     Memorandum ot \
...     \ , vain,.,  ol   thi   Company    which
proposed   application
i        >nii.���.....
_T  /.' .-'10
It is to the t - -._nt.-sr.
of every housekeeper
In Canada to use thcin
M        Uakin^ Powder.
Qlllett'5 I'crfumcd Lye.
i Isl Baking I'". der
Qlllett'l Crcuin i art.r.
Royal Y.a.t Cakcj.
aillett'a Mammoth lllue.
A'.aj;lc 'lakin_ S���.a.
Ollls-tt's Washing t.rystal.
llNDIANS MAKE TNtNCH WARSHIP
RRRIBLE JOURNEY       USED AS TARGET
Bring Insane Aborigine on Shelled to Ascertain Effect
Dog bled  From the Far     of   Explosives - Animals
North.
Dear the Brunt.
,i
North Bay. Aug, 20.���After a Jout I'oulua, Aug .20.���Th    m-nlster    of
ne.   oi over ,ii,   thousand mile     bj   marina,  Admiral    de    uapej ,    i-
cm,������- iiirtiiigli wilderness from    Mis- greatl.   satisfied   witn  the  result,  of
Banable, on   the   i     .    it.   to   Moose tne  gunner)   trials  being    conducted
Factory, on the she .    ol James Bay, bj  the armoured crui er Cond
���_i-iii.,ui-   on iii,. T. iv ,ii, battle              ^^^^^^���
London
I  ���
i v d One
�� Zur**v"'*!l
��} Hundred
(ff_ '���    "     . .,,,
��� , be raised ""'
I  nture  By*"��
iiosi'1 ���'��� , _ntUT_ By-
ru-uiKo <=  ,    f,���. """*"- 'H- ���' catering
.    ......    ��� ,,: ed   power,    and    roi   wh-r_  ,,���,  Duchess   of    ._.
heating,  manul i    trai.Bn,ittii ime to be used    .   hils taken a house for six w.e_s,   in
Companj or by  persons or com-     ferenc   to the rumors of
_....      .,...    /.OTIUlll.nV   : .       .1. n,,l,-     .in/'
cnient
fnebentUT��
-        '    .���'���!,���raver
=���*���   ��*?{ncinerator  Oe
tl,e       and the "C"
traction,   lighting,          ,_,,-.
.   turlng and all and >=vcr.  industrial oi ne ,.���,���,,������,  _,   .,,  ,_.- ���  -
_   an,i  other   purpoBes  to  which   it may   I* -nlefl ,,..- with the comi-   >
C$31J8.0U_--;am,lle4 therefor   n    a motive power for the
(1.) If tie water  Ib  to  be u-"1'  tur ������. ratine   of   motors,     machinery   or
power or   mining    purposes  describe
Banable, on   th,  v   . .   it.   to   sw-   ���.�����   ,
Factory, on the  ���li" '    ol James Bay,  bj  the armoured crul er Conde   witn
and tin'iiti.   to Cochrane, ou ihe T. .v  in, battlesnlp lean, wnich wo_ badly
.s   ii. Hallway, John . hakason,acrazj   damaged  b) an explosion Ln LaOi, a^
Cree lud-an,  who  has  terrorized  the  u   tar&ei      I'Ue experiments   w.tl  be
Ishores of Hudson Baj tor a year past, I continued  until beytem^er  15, o.i an
i win   reach   HauilH in   A ylum   in    aIelaborate scale,    i n,., most Important
day or two in  cha ge   ol    Detectl.    deductions trom them wlll be the de
.iroiix  and   Dr   Dunnett, of  Ottawa teruilnanon ol the exact  \ulue o, me
wim  wi.   accompanied from Mlssan   destructive .neci ol sbeiig of all cal-
able by three white men and    three lores and all compositions,    rhe Ure
Indians, ol the Conae will ,,_ directed aga.nst
Chakason was    wought    to   Moose i.,, torwe   i , m ol the i ina,   which
nd Dui^ri_-_ Factor,  this spring by Indians sirup   has been adequately prepared to pr>-'-
MAY KISS AND make UP ped io a dog Bled, live hundred milesivenl Biiaalng.
  be ng  traversed  over  the  Ice In  two)    During tn_ trials two Uil uiilliuiei
Aug.    20.���Enquiries     al  daj    and nights without slopping.
MADG FOR OVER
50 YLARS
  (KHaLlished 1852)  ^^^^^
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD. Toronto. Ont
DUKE  AND   DUCHESS
.....       ,*  .  4- f        AK
iprojeciili 8
i_  trials two   un _���>.
su ut s  the  casements    of
nd started a Are.     i n, -eX-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    will Include ilie placing ot
i hundred and    _fty-flve|euells in the '*'"��� ol bn.. v order to
a conclll-1pounds,   ll, had to be chained in an Iascertain the effect of a shot rescuing
iopen Held at th��� post and wa. a ter- the magazines and the effect ol    ex-
l-.if.,i_.   -npctacle.    Start, naked    and plodlng shells on tbe guns of the leiia
long,    be j and  the tuen  operating them.     'tne
crew will be represented by dummies.
a.....<    _,..,,, mui   mice  will  hi
-. ,,       ,    *,���   ___��� cree Is supposed to have)tne lena^ and started, a flre
place toKent,      ">�� mau nv   is   - i i perlmenta
Duchess   of    Marlborough j killed several Indians, and^ Is |l    .,
KUIi'U   cui. u,    - _
weighing two hundred and
������      ... .   ...   i.���   nha.
:���mors of a conclll- pounds.   _�� �����       - ��� -
Ikt^-^wenThe.Duk;, and hU��� ^IgH^^^ulM
betwen the Duke ana ms  "*"��� r.'."? " gl)ectacle.    Sta.
H-ellcHed the fact that the Duchess was rl ylng   ,; ^ inrhe.       _
operating of motors,    machinery  ��J at Broadstairs all lwt week and Ua^wuh n .^    ^^
eectrlc lighting or otl.er works or to ^    |mk,. waa  Btaylng at the Grand was 8tralght-Jacket with
're"  be   applied   !���   ��ie   ion pany   to  con-  h(|t���, lhere ���art 0f the time     It  was j uroug i _   u
;;;;-n'ed"To some natural  channel, and l     fo,   hea,lug   0r as a    motive   .....���,,   ,���.���   ,__,   v,nr  11
���,    difference    In    altitude between -      -   _�����
J IU _ t'i      Wi        CT r        '
the place where the wa e
IS  lo
Living dogs,  sue.p  aid   mice  will  be
n cages to dein-
.���.   applied   by  the   -0_ip*u,   t���  -������   hotel mere liar,  o,  me  ���    ",.,, "h i mani.oled   limbs.    The  canoe  journej   placed oi   t.i      ena   u - B=.
u-   ,:  for heating  or as a    motive agcertataed  thai   last   y_ar the Dm*- manaw wa| m;i(,0   In onstrate the e-.n^  , ���   ��  s o
__w^for propelling tramways, or tor d  ���  ,,,.,ie���ct, at   the  place   n .��    i "*       . chackasonwas terlousi gases  emitted  bj   the
Y  point of    diversio, f point oi    r, J"",     hUng,    Ufd��.    P^P^. ������,,,,. the fason, and wh leiSh8 tm   �� *����� '^^^nd one  -  -'- f *��� ��rolectUe8'
or  turn.     The water Is to be w�������*illghtln_. crushing,    smelting, ^��,|M|there the Duke put up for four daysjenan
to   the   North   Ann   of
WATER  NOTICE.
1!*?:   ^��������"___ the "dty Z^-^' diversion and point ot    .���-��� ;,rIvlnKi    hauling,    urting.    P^""B" (during the sason, ��� w""Vur8d"aw 15__1_5_"to a tr.-II one night heUion of ^he projectUes ^^^
iv'   i ..'"?�����-h.SS.-SV.;."";;;;::s"s,rr?_��?~sw?��",��. Ssy?s_,ar.��rtraS?��.rs��r.r='
���� ��-. ��! t-js__n?ffs*?":��:��������� -"-StSS&k="Su" - s"m;s _ ��ff_Ti��^�� &_��%__ ��� ^u
' srvaf ii:r_. rwww-i-s =;:.��*. r;:r%;
,:u! for the Mayor ,    ahniu 2200 feet.        may to applied or re?u>��t    'R,nwer! w_._rt  ,- _. |trlp Ule prisunor ��- ���-���   ���----
Itf      hereinafter   mem       J ��� ��� 1;,Ul    _-_  of    u,y   ,H���!y of water   or extendi^ the   ^  1^^ Municipality Y'������.BUr'lioyed.   Chackas.
r      ��... er  sums  of  mon ..     '    '      d        ,jciUion will be mad, to thereof,  diverting, the ,�����J ���fhpr nahy  Division
fcD   '- ^ ,ffi6% S  ffcSSSffflU on the 20th day of,.^m
Kn��S o�� ��n�� ��^d tclty for uSXr of the
,l'* L mentioned  herein. auU)0rlzes  th
awful for the MA.-o>   __^ m<%ii1r>   _
ing  cared   for  ba	
Company. ^^H      ,   ,,
During  the   first   thre  days of  the
lance
how-
��Pat.'l le
U stia-l ue
Ite ������"<���'���'
lit the I
net
. Ol
nl  very  ume ��"   ''           t"
f any'license in  me  .uu.u-.ti���w   --    ��� ,joyed.   chackasqn tore up threeMan
    ��� ,        ���,[,Z ���abv  Division of Lot  144 District. >       h        ���   llK,  w out     besides
,stream, pond or lake Into any otter nahy   rv address and ocupa-       c d tent, and seemingly   n-
channel or channels, laying or ^'ltioI1 0,  u,e  applicant is  Horace  W��H��,  stan,lins out  in  the  rain with
memorandum Oi lBg any line or flume^ pipe'**��*% m   Westminster   avenue, w ^g,
he    company    which coustmcting any racewa s. r.sservow  , c At North Bay the party rested witn
..       ,v   *li���usand  company  is .stabllshed ana Y^h,.!,.,!  ---��   -�����������  ����������"  or by  altering,  re     ^ u  _, trUl  ,^, 14.,   Burnaby.      |;    __._.  ���������._,,    ���_ thev never    knew
mmu. ���.  iu-
tiou was deficient. Manj ships are
unable to manoeuvre because of the
lack of men. This condition wlll be
remedied by a more reasonable au-
portlonment, comprising the lessening
of the useless administrative work
ashore aud detailing, more men to sea
duty.
Russell   Hotel.
       ,tn�� ^sundl__.on"the bars.   The party I    Annle S. Clarke, Vancouver
_ $100.60 eacu.    or B", e      f    fc- e(j   water  or  by     tho    P""-"   ���.������ . vAVOniTVER   POWER   CO it.,   ^'^ I , n<___  i ^.t  1.' '
IST, pounds  itW^Lg 2J ~ater IWOrda    or    water    privileges jVANCOTJVBB     n    w   Hot)e
hdKUHom of Great Br.ta" _
_au
VANCODVKK   run"" ���
!.SIgnaturel   F.   H.   W.   Hope,
A.  E.
L)it>. n,    -"i.c     \*-i     -��� -
'ner of District Dot 144.
 >__._.-.   -^^^^^^^ I    [dl The  quantity of  water applied
&_t_r_^2i__=5=r.2| ^5Sr��sskrJi:.-^iBs__ws.-s.
_G#3 _ 13gife' ?il_|_^_^_^!��f;!f :S3 ssh��s
Upl^or places aB the Coun   or dj,   i ^ lU *s    s d-d fr0Ill Sidnev A. Fletcher
of th. ..aid Corporation ma;.rom  ^B fl tor th_ operatlng^ot
, io line appoint,    with  tb'   *��� l^^
which
The highest
product of the
milling industry
an.  268, Group 1.      l^1* "l -'" .  V
niisslonei
a  be  maae    w    ��--    - -
on  the 15th  day  of    Sep-
of
S-' Subject as aion-saiu, _�����.�� ---    . k    lnt0 any otner ��'������� -' "  o   or|and 8'., B'o^14 Y _~i-Y.'   it.   and   20.!Y_,Yr   1909   at 2.30 o'clock.
ti_.d annually  by  .pedal  rates lake i erectlng any Une   or n   n>  13. 14, 16.18,  "ana     9 tember   1909^ addreSses
illmstld, during  ihe ��rre���y�����iSuTO   Pipe or wlr. c��"tr���CtKwe"r   Block 4; Lot 16. Bock E,U>* 1- �����        _(J } rTnarianproprietors or licensees
M said debentores, t__ sum of ��������M�� rtfcerroir,    aqueduct- *elr; 16 and n, Block 16; .Lots *��� ����� J- U)l any   rlparUIP   P ,|ke     to be
ftouiand .$1000 00)  Dollars for t�� rac^ay'ulWi,8 or ether erection or L       ,���   Block  ,.  ��uMivi.slo^ of  uo      h��� or whose .     work8|
payment or interest thereon  ��*t��|^  which  may be required   n OOBi G_oup   u      u>t   ':7.Bl0CK a^, .how or below  the outlet are
��_ of One Hundred    andJ^21^0��� "with   th,e lmprorement    ��J ^ :27, Gr0Up 1. M"^ or !f^HorB M scott.   Vancouver,
Wn and ;I0-100 1*177-30) Dollars W necu waler    aBd    water      You and those c alining tnrougn      ah   crown^M_o  y ver
ivlde for '.be .-payment of the P���- �����' �����       .j^g,   re.etr ng,  ��- md   all   persons  claiming and ft PaVhman ^ JAMSON,
Kalx, ^     ,_.   sale ef tne'tdng       Improving     W��Wn| J Lny ln,erest^^"'ini^m^t. and      442   We?tXfr   avenue.   Vancou-
6.  The _roc.-ds ef Vt. sale eii i..ai���\n*  anv  such worKs or ��        f      y imre^tsierea   iu   _-��i
ver, B. C
_U>-i_v.v.
R. Miller, Vancouver.
Mrs.  Wilsun,   Toronto.
C. B. lirydone-Jack, Vancouver. '
D. C. Bird, Seattle.
M.  M. Coutts, Seattle.
E. A. Lawrence, Toronto.
T. Armor, Toronto,
V. Hunt, Toronto, ;
E. Garrlck, Toronto.
J. VV. Hartney, Everett.
E. A. 1 .ederhagen, Kansas City.
W.   R.   Wood,   Portland.
R. H. Coleman, Toronto, Ont.
Ueo. D. Lamont, Vancouver.
S.   B,   Simpson,   Seattle.
J,  D. Thompson, Seattle.
T. M. White. Wlwnipvg.
J. W. Bane, Seattle.
N.  D. Jackson, Seattle.
Windsor Hotel.
D. P. McCallum, Grand Forks.
J.  S.  Munro, Crescent.
James McPhall, Port Kells.
Andrew Love,  Vancouver.
John Love, Viuacouver.
M. F. Goering, Mt. Vernon, Wasn.
Alex.  Nlcholl, Mt. Vernon, Wash.
J.   Corrler,  Tynehead.
W.  E.  Bourne, Ladner
F.  W.  Clarke.  Vancouver.
E. Erivers, Vancouver.
E. L. Talt, Sumas
J. Fulton, Vancouver.
L.  Trumper, Vancouver.
Carl Johnson, New York.
H. Williams, New York.
The proceeds nt Vt. ��k��'1     ^i.taining any such works or n . i     wy y^tetw ere9t ,_
Wld dehenture.   shall   b��  aw.lef  �����           thwreof. all   persons  cla.minK
Mows, and not otherwise:   low*r���" iP *'. SOOUVER POWER CO.. LID.      (he gald Und by
paying the cost of the    pass ng JK,    VA.-nwu                                    a> e registered
this By-law   and   the  issue and   saU ,    Signatures^.   t^ ��                     ^ ..Und   K,
���of the debenture, therein referred to- Beck, directors, J. V- Arm �� ��j ^ contpst
7.  Thl. By law shall take effect on ret_-y                     Vancouver. B. C. '"���'-
th. 2Sth dav of August 1918, and may      P. O. A,d,dre8S'Jrt power Co.. Ltd-1
UdMl,! ih. -Tnrfnerator Debenture    [Seai of Vaacouved Power t^	
J  AU.U-l   i#w��, ���-   ���
cited ii�� thn "Incinerator Debenture
p. law, 1909." _���_.
8 Ui. By-law before the W1"
PMslr.r, thereof, shall receive the *>
i*"" if the elector, ot the "aid CUy
manner requiretl by law.
I leni
1n Ih
R
I on
B
I-opt-n
19ft.
.    . ���.��� w.-v���.- --  - - Moilce Is nereuy  _'��*���"
the  manner requlTOtl  by  law. Not ce is /
tecelved the assent of th. �����*�� fgP^SSrW��'
the..    ..dayot WW. oi me    '*        New  ^es
lecon.idet^and finally pas-M In hk��w In ��to New w^
'n ronneli ��h^ dav of..    vision  of   Mew   ��
tleuiicu.,    , -   . .
6._ under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act,' are re-
pulred to contest the claim of the tax
l.urchafter within twenty days from
the date of first publication of this
notice upon you, and In default of a
caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being filed within such period, or in ,up,
default of redemption before r^gls-1 silver Waiches
tration,  you  and each of yon  will   be  $6.00. ^^^^^^^^^
forever  estopped   and   debarred   from      Silver  Watches,  gents'  open
setting up any claim to or In re.poct .$7.50 up.
of the ^ald land, and I shall veglster     Agent    for    Waltham   and
"   "      ���x"a' thereof in tee. j Watches.
Notice is. be-by ^ven^hat^aP^
  "*��" ANeV we.imln��iTl>* !o?V__ said land, and I *�����tf��i
nsid.red and Ilnany P��-��  - 1 "cense  in Jj* ��g*t5wttt   District.   Annle Ryder tt rT"e.haSl cation
o'lneil the day of.. N18'���  ot name   address  and  occupa I     d  ,  hePeby  order Vm  I .
Take  -~<���   <h".   ���*-   ___T_   is   altftftnon shares of |l-uu """-_"..' i...
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Lad_s from ��12./5
gents'   open face
case,
Elgin
Tak, notice  that  the  aDOTe   Is  *\bW,0t>O sbares of W_\��g?$ lake, ^lumbla, this 4th day of August, A.
true copy ot  tl.-*    proposed    By-W jpald up- (b)  The nanie River. lDl909. v_!TH
��klch will be taken Into consideration |Btwam  or source,    M1WW u ^  8. K^J"'rar
by th.. Municipal Cennell of the City jNorth Arm. gjWWlWrt,    U^ ._,_..,.., Re_istrar.
ol N.w Westminster one month from River),   (e)   The  !"".�� ,rom the     To c
iterwurks
street.
A. DUNCAN
\jiiy  -
_rlty  Hall,  July  22nd,  19TO.
City Olerk.
WATER NOTICE,
Notice is hereby given that.
lllfation  will  Vu�� made nn,'c��
1909,
able  ana  avanau.*-      ���-��� t0 be;
mlses on  which  the  water ^e \
need is situated ��t cr ��sf "^  (g)
mark at tho mouth �� ����� '      ter i8
The purposes for which the wa
to bensed ls to generateiMm r     \
er, light and heat tor"g����*j    a���
,���. h��_ting,  manu act��rtag
 ��� lng  h__ttag.   m^u   ���: Ii ,er purposee
���lUMco is nerebv given that, an ap- and every Industrial or lled (i) If
Plication will be made nndec Part. V. to which It may heJrv. , -- ���
of  the  "Water  Act    tana"   ���_  _i>ln  t__ w_t._r Is to hr>. uswiim .
a license
.__ -___r Part. V. to" which It may beJfv^"vovcr or \\    P.
.  1909."  to obtain  the water is to bV.^r..   t_e   PlftC�� ��� L_n
ln  the    New  Westminster mining   purposes  avucuue
COAL
New Wellington and
Banff Anthracite.
JOSEPH MAYERS
Successor to       _\
Mayer* A Preston
Office, Front St., Poet of Sixth.
O. Boa 348. Phone 106.
'atones,
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Ttem  there  hem   Ceo. Adams, Grocer
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
 114,400,000.00
��-   11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. 8. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Let-
ten of Credit Issued, available with
correspondentr ta    all parts of   the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ta sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
Tot.V   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
���JEW WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
1 Q. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Made    in    British   Columbia 	
r_trrn ^Hsphml august sale '.
coast,  Royal  Standard  will   oe
^ you  what  it has  hem    to
many-the delight of your kit-
chen, the pride of the cook.
Then too, remember the ��P- ,
portunlty is always open to i
win a handsome 109 P����* <*"��*
dinner set. Each 49-lb. Back
of Royal Standard Klour contains a coupon entitling you to
a chance. ���	
Slnoer 8.winB Machines, flv*;
drawer, drop-head, latest model,,M,
$5  down  and ��3 monthly;  or ��41.TO
|e"8h.ven.dr.w.r    Machines,    ��54     $6
,   have for  Augu-t  sal.-    Order, by
mail promptly attended to.
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SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
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M��NDAY, AUGUST 2.
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STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILV EXCEPT SATURDAY.
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We are selling out
our line of Crockery and Glassware
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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
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop
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COLUMBIA  STREET.
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WfSIMINSIffi MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
61 O Columbia Street
Word has already been sent to us
inquiring if We know of a young man
or woman who is qualified to take a
certain position. It is in this way we
shall plane our graduates.
jThe  instructors of
III. Westminster
Modern Business School
have a reputation for turning Out
graduates who can do things and do
them right and employees want that
kind. Why don't you take a course
and have the job sek you?
A.   L.   BOUCK
Pi ncipal and Munnger
414      FOURTH        AVENUE.
USE
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mm mosquito on
TO   KEEP THE  MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard  Block,  New Westminster
riii-l   of   Police   Mcintosh   and   Mrs.
jMcIntosh have returned from Beattle.
There is ce.tain to be a l_,,-g_ attendance ai the public meeting culled
for thiB evening to discuss tbe civic
by-laws to be submitted m Wednesday, in which ih" future progress or
the city Is bound up. 1 hK meeting
will be held in tlie councl] chamber
ai    ighl o'clock.
Everything for the garden at �� ly
pbone 184. ������
A large stock of fresh killed poul-
trj just arrived.    P. Burns Co.    193 I
For first-class cut flowers and any
I in . of Floral work, telephone Davie
Greenhouse, R208. �����
The  Bteamer  Transfer    carried    a
i  ,. party down to Steveston yi
d , to - e the fishing Industr} In pro-.
gress after the  nil.nn,. gun d< iil ������ ��� d
the weekly close   season   a   an um
'i       takings  of  the   numerous   bo
out proved better than exj vied.
B i    orchard   lan Is   while  tin j   ,
a id ���������<��� come independi nt,     \\,.
in ��� i     offlc al agents of The Western
I  ii. i'i'i   mi ir  i',,.,  i.i,|   i.,.;
us tel      iu a "in tbi lr choli,. boldin
at  Apple.'and.      A  new   tow
listrlcl    along the line of    Hi
B,  C.  Electric Chilliwack lin , and  V.
V, & Ii. Clover lale   o Suma    Ra
iTh's se      .i excel s In the production
lof n.i imi 13,   Come      o ice ������������ i.ii
ling cheap and lei u
ou thi   section al oui
i Wi   c in   sell    Bv ���.   ten,    flfte n  an I
iweni. acre tracts on easj t. rms.     i-
,1.   H    '   &  Co.,   Ll I. **
The marriage of MY Ethel Glover
Wm- il,. in Arthur L. Jones, eldest s n
of Mr. and .Mrs. J, .1. Jm tak B
place on Wednesday at Holy Trinity
Cathedral.
Don't miss seeing the "eighth won
d. r of tii,, world," the salmon fishing
on the Frasi r river, during i he pn a-
. nl season i the greati i In four .-.'ears.
Thousands upon thousands of fish I
,. ��� v; Vi ; nv cannerii i it Steves
ton.     The S S. Trai I        - Brae c
man-Ker's wharf daily ai :; p.m ��� c-
cepi Saturday, ivhi n tbe -:' ami i
leaves at 2 p.m., returnii day.
One dollar  return.      On    Sunda;
special    excursion   to   Steveston   an
return Is  made, remaining at  Si   .
ton   about     an    hour    and    a     :
Steamer  leav s  B   C.   Electi Ic  whan
nt .'i p.m., arriving back al N'i ������  WeBI
minster at  v  p.m.     Fare, on
return. ���*
Lamb  chops,
Burns Co.
15c
per   lb.,    at     P.
193-1
I    Rev. Dr. White will  leave today to
att. nd several ol th ��� distr cl mei tings
of Hi,. Methodist churcj to be '"-Id in i
the course of the next few days, at;
which  home mis-ion  '   ik will come
under  review.
Starting Saturday, August 21, the]
H. ('. Electric < Itj and Sn i rl in i
will ii.iik;. mi. extra trip tor the accommodation of ihe N ..' Westminster people attending the horse races
at Minoru park, Lulu Island. The
last Sapperton car will leave ihe offlce at i 1 :���:" p.m., and tin city car it
[l_r:20 ;.m. ;*��� j
Lard���At  P. Burns Co., at  loc per
pound. ** .
An  appeal  has  b ie i   lodg id  Id  the
case of Vi-ale \t- Wakefield, In which
th_. defendant  was  fined  for assault-1
Ing complainant.    The  parties  reside j
at Westminster Junction.
Inspector  Stewart,  one of the  Dominion   Inspectors  of   Piiaiti-niiarips, I
has arrived  in  tlie city  to  look over]]
conditions at the B-C. penitentiary on I
his way east from Seattle, where lie 11
attended the mettogs of th American
Prison Reform Association.
OBITUARY.
LADIES:
We have a larpe and up-to-date assortment of girls' and misses' dresses In sizes up to 16 years.     Prices from T.c up.
Ladies   blouses   ranging up  to $3.65  to clear at,  each   ....95c
Edward   Hardy
The funeral lake., place today of
���Edward Hardy, of Port K.-lls, a farmer Who died at the age of T5 years of
cerebral hemorrhage. The Interment
will  i e at lhe Catholic cemetery.
Sarah Grammer.
'I'll., body of Sarah Crammer Will
be shipped today to Lytton from
Murchle's undertaking parlors. Shi-
was IT years of age, and died at the
Roya] Columbian hoBpltal from vn-
i ei   on  Friday.
A   Archambault.
Th.. remains of Archibald Archam-
'   bault, who died suddenly of hen,-I  disease,   were  lntererd   om   Saturday   ai
ihe Catholic cemetery. The burial was
_ proceeded  by requiem  mass    at    St.
-__-H-_*H___--. _rf____t_'i_I__r____^^ Peter's   Cathedral    He v.   Father  Mall-
_*__._��____*.^    !;lr(|   0(nciaiing.     The  local   union   ot
the Bartenders, to which deceased 'belonged, sent an emblem.
THE VVMBTE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH,
617   Columbia   Street.
Don't Forget the Place���
Chamberlin & Co.
SHOE STORE
Lavery Block,      Colvmbia St.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures   and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
������������������������������������������������������������������������*������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
J Snaps In Lots j
t ���
��� l  LPJS' D0UBLE CORNER-5 MINUTES TO SIXTH ST. CAR    I
X     LINE;  $225;  TERMS. .
���
2   LOTS   ON   TWELFTH STREET CAR   LINE-66x145  FEET;     f
BEAUTIFUL VIEW OVER RIVER; $1300; TERMS. Z
2  LOTS, NEAR  MOODY PARK;  $600;   TERMS. X
Program changed Monday, wen
n.sday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
t-y.ii) p. in.
These snaps are money-makers.   For further        ���
particulars apply to ���
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. |
__._._._ .ft >�������������������������������������������������������������������������#��������������������������������}
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 CHILDREN
IT MEANS SIX DAYS OF SOLID DELIGHT���FOR WE HAVE PRO
VIDEO MANY INTERESTING FEATURE!. i'0 INTEREST THE THE
YOUNGSTERS   WHILE   THE   EVENT CONTINUES.
TD       THF       __AT._FD_      'T MEANS A  PERI0D OF EXTRAORDINARY  ECONOMIES IN  EVERY-
IU        IllL       irlUlflLliJ     THING   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 THE CHILDREN'S REQUIREMENTS ARE
GREATEST���WHEN    VACATION   DAYS  ARE   NEARLY   OVER   AND   SCHOOL  DAYS  NEARLY  HERl
WE ARE SURE THAT ALL MOTHERS WILL WISH TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THIS-..
CASION, AND URGE UPON THEM TO BRING THE CHILDREN TO ENJOY THE ATTRACTION OF
THIS   UNIQUE   EVENT.
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Y<t
$
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Serviceable Hose for
School Girls 2('c Pair
a hosiery offer affording opportunities
lo - ive. Children s and Miss..-' lai i
and plain cotton hose In tan, black
hli whit", sum,, .".nn pairs to bi cleared out ibis week-. Every odd line
musl go. si/.'-s ."i1^ fi Y Regular
value., 26, 30, 35,    On sale, per pair,
m
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20c
"Our Boys" Best 25c Hose
W ��� carry the best heavy an i ini"
ribbed cotton hose at this price that
Is possible to procure, fast black,
nicely shaped reinforced knees, he Is
aii'l loes. good length and strong;
, sizes 'I to 10 inches. Special price, per
pair,
25(
Girls' Summer
Dresses on Sale
Today $1.35 Each
DreBse.   In  aboui   2
ups that ar,. worn evei", ds
girls of all ages,    Mine
Jumper  suits of print, sal
of Qalatea,  Oxford.   White  Drill and
White   .Muslin   dre   ���
suit---  and  lin.n   Buster dn    ���       y-
have  pul   the  entirfl   Hn
egular $1.7.", to $2.25, Into oni  special lot and marked al a special   M '
on  price
$1.35
Girls   White Musun Dresses
FINE   WHITE    MUSLIN   DRESSES  TRIMMED  WITH  LACE     AND     EMBROIDERY.      AGES^-,  ��k
FROM  10 to 16 YEARS.     VALUES  $5.00  TO  $6-75.     SALE  PRICE    JU.lTJ
White Duck ana Linen Sailor Suits
IN    COLORED   CHAMBRAYS   AND   FANCY   MUSLINS. VALUES   UP   TO   $4.00      SPECIAL*^ ��r
today ����� J2./J
-_______________Wi______a_
Clearance of Buster Brown Belts &&$ffi
IN  PLAIN  AND  PATENT  LEATHERS,  ALL  COLORS. ���_ IY'      >
SALE   PRICE   EACH        /Sf \'M't':
i������������in ittn_i_i-___-iw_i iii_iis_iih_i   iii._^_-_iA-i__ak_��^jaaaia:a,MiMatMMMiBa��Bgi:MMB Ssfii
BOYS HEAVY RIBBED COLLIN   HOSE���-Spliced  heels anil   loes,    */* ^
sizes ��V2 to 1.1 In.    K<-'g. 25 to UOc. Sale price, per pair if      /(If ^A L_
BOYS   BLOUSES���in   while,   duck,   with   navy   and   light     blue   ft_ ^BP>^5
sailor  collars.    Ages   Up   to   lb years.  Reg.  $1.25.     Sale  price   ..Sr     MSf n^\��'<i "
r _M(   r <'   . c���
SMALL CHILDREN'S DRESSES���Oolfcred   and   wfiilte.   Regular     --. V*Ff. Q e  �� o �� ��� g ��e ,
prices 60c, 65, 75. Sale price, e^ach        45C        \/V.' ''.'_   '
BOYS* STRONG   LINEN  CRASH  AND  WHITE  DUCK *..   r.r
SAILOR   SUITS���Emblem  trimmed.    Reg.    $1.75 and    $2.00. Ski    {*. f     ^^i
Sale  Price, each           fi.JJ 1    T^   I '
BOYS'   AND  GIRLS'  JERSEYS AND SWEATERS���All sizes and     (\Cr Jr\ !W^
colors.    Regular $1.25.    Sale price,  eaoh    S~     JJt '����0^^
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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