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 PIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C. WEDNESDAY MORNING AUGUST 11.
1909.
FIVE CENTS PER COI 2
I CITIZENS 10 SPEND     fmm mm      CONVICTS AGAIN IN
DAY BY SEASHORE     "SEDIIUSSAULTCASE
lliionster Basket Picnic at
Blackie Spit-Special Will
Convey Party.
Coquitlam     Residents     Have   Dispute
Which Is Taken to Courts���De.
f.ndant  Bound   Over.
Th.. assault case of .lohn Roger de
���  iCoverley Veale and his two Bon-   Ed
.. ,. Westminster will move to the'w_''- W. Lionel and iU-ginald, againsl
i  today  and the town win be Charles��. Wakefield, all of Coquitlam,
as'tightly  as on Sundays, was heard in  the district  court  yes.
bants   having decided   to , terday   before  Capt.  Pittendrigh,  ami
of     the  acting 'after   a   lentghy   examination   of   wit-
employee),   a   neSSes   defendant   was   fined   $10 and
pure   alr of . <_.<,sts,  and    bound    over    fo,-  twelve
I months.      The    croBs-summons   was
dismissed.
w.  F.  Hansford  appeared  for com-
**j   '.v ���:." ",v'.;���;,:ripiu��-, _r.o-_n. ���.-.,,. ,
QUEST OF FREEDOM
SPANISH REVOLUTION
QUENCHED IN BLOOD
jclosul HI'
Ial! fe '"'',r
1 the  requesl
.an.l     give   the
to  breathe   tht
bay.
���observe
Imay .
Ictiance
���Boundary
Train  Starts  at  8:45.
Caught Sawing Bars of Pri- Military Judges Exact Ter-
son Window-Are Sent Up' rible Retribution For Re-
For Trial. cent Uprising.
COMMISSIONER SEIZES
CAH OF BOTTLED BEER
And Now There I, a Killing Thirst in
the National Transcontental
Construction Belt.
-
RUN Of SOCKEYE
SUDDENLY PETERS UUT
Spit  has   been   chosen   as
"";  ^.aTI'lO* tended,
celebrate,     and   tne   special   train ( (
lfIlZ^ZZaXZI *. "��* ot a cart, a harrowtree Pole,
1 Accommodation  for  which   tbe and ��th�� *rtlc1^ were brough
Elltee   Im"    provided.        Excur-
���i/inis-s are requested to be ��n band
gjomsts ait  "-i <- 0r    ..enr-eninker     /i 11.-r-
rter of  an  hour  before   ol    l'tl   " '  ,       T
'was   alleged,   had   s.-nt   to   the   hous
for clubs to renew the Btruggle.
service.
Desmond,
tickets  have to  be
hot ot
���at least a au
Est tim'-'. as t'1
leiamiiMl There will be a baggage
|ta. (or baskets,
Every provision has been mad_ at
Spit, where many are already
Wiped, ' for dressing and resting
|_t�� ami tables for the accommoda-
families.       The   tide   will    be
for bathing,  this  being  one  of
principal  p asons  why  this date
|a$ been chosen.
Arrangjments   For   Sports.
There will be sports, and a baseball
batch between    the  merchants  and
Jerks.    A good supply Of bats, balls
pd gloves will be on  hand for the
ame during the afternoon,
(TlM    will  be a   platform   for   lbe
\i\A, ami a refreshment stall w-iii be
tollable for those noi taking lunch.
A new f-atur,. of the citizens' picnic
Lis year ha. been ihe Invitation ex-
Jrnleil to adjoining districts to share
the picnic and there will be a nuin-
fr oi country people from the Delta
lid Surrey sharing   tlie  day's   enjoyment,
The p'cnlc has been  organized  by
in energetic committee under  E. W.
pole's chairmanship, and D. E. Mac-
-nzie as seer-1 ary
At    length     an     Irishman,
inf.-rfered,  to  act   the pari
the   father   li
Two of the most notorious convicts
'" the ii. c. Penitentiary, J. VV.
Clarke who was one of the party
1 reaping with Bill Miner In August,
1907, and Frederick Walker, wbo
came Into prominence in connection
with ib,. attack on Guard Imlah m
October of that year, for which be
was  sentenced  to  another six  years
Port Arthur, Aug. lb.���Dominion P<>-
jlie_  Commissioner Quibell    made    a
London, Aug. 10.���Spain is exacting'new   record   at   Superior  Junction   on
|terrlble retribution for the "lid deeds Tuesday, by the seizure of an entire
Poor Catches Were the Rule
On the River Yesterday
And Last Night.
was  a   poor  day for  the
carload of bottled beer, ultimately in-
lend.d  for sale within the prohibited
Yesterday
fish.rinen.
On Monday night il had semed Chat
lb,, big run  was at lust on, and it was
MEXICANS REVOLT
AGAINSf TAXATION
To Accede to All Demands
Of the Insurgents.
sand prisoners, of whom over a liuu-
at Hi,, spring assizes In 1908, were|a'rea' Werew omen and an equal num-
before Police Magistrate Corbould ��� r toys' llave ''"���'" confined In Mom
yesterdaj   i,_ ti,.. police court. JuicBfort rata, where they are being
.,., ' summarily tried and shot in batches.
ihey were cnarged with attempting ,    -.\ court martial consists of five otto  break  prison on Jun,..  11  and evi-  fleers.     The   prisoners   are     brought
dence  was given
instructor   Imlah,
nnd Walsh.
and   Guards
Had Secured Saw.
Exley  a  binding staircase and ushered into
a  narrow  apartment,  where  sit   the
judges.  When  they leave it is  b>  another door on tbL. opposite side. Their
The   evidence  showed   thai   Walker  death  warrant  is already signed.    All
had   Beeured    a Short     saw  from  tbe   that  is  needed   to  seal  their  doom  is
carpenter   shop,     and     was   found   to  evidence, direct or circumstantial,    Of
have cut about  three-quarters of the participation.   If there Is any smell or
way   through   a     bar     .early   an  inch   petroleum   or   If   ther   are   traces   Ol
thick.      Clark    was    outside  th,. cell  gunpowder on   their  hands  they    are
crouching down, promptly condemned.    From the find-
  The supposition   off,-red    for tbem ing of the court   ther. is  no appeal,
having got out was that the prisoners chiefly because a very few hours after
tti   j        i  r< l   t-i ]  are- supplied  with a stick  to call  the a sentence is passed, it    ia executed,
retierai LrOVeriimen.   r OrceCl attention of    guards,    and after  the Without exception the prisoners meeti
cells  ap-e  locked  the guards pace  to death unflinchingly, being executed In
and   fro.       While     the   guard's   back  groups of flve."
Iwas    turned     the    prisoner    Walker, c    ..       _   ,.       ,     _.
manipulated   it   to  throw  the medial.       /urthe-- Outbreaks  Threatened,
ism of his cell lock out of gear.      He      Cerbere, France,  Aug. 10.���It is re-
then  slipped out  and  began the  saw-  Parted  here  that a  general   strike   is
ling.      It  was    In    that  act    he  wnsillkel>' t0 bre;lk out I" Spain owing to
c-;n>uht. |'he  refusal of  the  authorities  to  per
mit pacific demonstrations against the
Is   Old  Offender. Iwar  _n  Morocco  and  iu  favor  of th
Walker received three years in release of the m_n confined in the
1907 for housebreaking, and a year [fortresses since the rioting at Barce-
later bad six added, Chief Justice ilone last week. Barcelona continues
Hunter telling the prisoner at the cillm. The electric and gas plants have
time lie should be removed to a safer not yet been repaired and tbe city in
i place of  confinement   than  the   B.  C. being lighted by searchlights from tiie
of in.-, we,-.. I iu- Barcelona correspondent of the Daily Chronicle tele'
gra),lis  as    follows:     "Her     military I.
judges boast ls no idle one that when territory of the transcontinental rail- confidently    anticipated    that    there
the work of repression is finished not way' Qu,lbell w;l* at Superior Junction \ would be lots of bs��� in the rlver from
even  a  mouse with  anarchistic    pro- ��_   routine "_ork when he learned of now on to the ��md oi the season
clivi'i.-s   will   be   found   in   the   Whole   ^f    f""'  and   after   '"Vestigation    lie.     Yesterday,   how.-ver.   the    rii,,    s.icl-
wide province of Catalonia    A thou- felze�� the cona'nts, which were billed  d.nly petered out   The fishermen cast
to about a dozen parties there. theiT net8 in  the full expectation of
The police instructions are definite bumper hauls, but they hud only been
and explicit, that constables be alert j over the -side a short time when ll be-
and act on suspicon, Smaller seizures came evident that there wer, few n.-u
and convictions for keeping and sell-jin the Stream.    Reports from allalong
the Fraser are the same, mid the av-
e tomorrow promises to be rather
Probably not more than fifty
to lakL. the risks.    However, to quote   to the boat will be recorded unless tii��
Qulbell:   "We are determined to root j run picks up considerably  this  morn-
tbis   business out." ling.
by   Warden  Brown,  fro"! ;1'" ('('lli' '" ti,K castle vaults ny
ing illicitly are frequent,   but  profits
of this unlawful trade are so enticing  era.,,.
that there is always someone prepared  small.
Constable Husband vas dispatched
to a trapper's cabin at Northern and
Sturgeon lakes, which is the egress
and exit to the _old fields, with a
view to Investigating the reported
lawlessness there. The commissioni-r
states th_t the junction cocktails are
quicker and more effective than th-e
customary brands, and in effect closely resemble pure poison.
TO VISIT HERE  SHORTLY.
estmlnlt.r May  Be   Represented   at
Sydnay Congress.
JR. J. Maclean, president of the Wil-
Ihii.t.n Board ol Trade, Delaware,
|HI visit   New   Westminster at  the
ose of the present tnon'.h.   -
���Secretary v._.|(. 8ays there mav be
���representative from this citv at the
���beting ol the Chain.ers o"t Com-
ce of the Empire at Sydney, Aus-
lii'ia, next month.
I'd,. Secretary would be glad If any  who  opposed
El Paso, Texas, Aug. 10.���The f'rst
victory of tht. Mexican revolutionists
has been won. It was not a revolt
against ihe f< Jeral government, but
it was against taxation.
Demanded   New   Officials.
Four hundred Mexicans, took the
Mown Of San Carlos, stale of Chlhuhau
held the Jefe Political and subordinates prison, rs, and defied the Rurales,
until their demands for a new set of
Officials were acceded to. Their leader, Jos,. Esl rail,, was made ihlef of
the district and all is now piacid.
It Is believed to be the first tune In
history that the Mexican gor inn ( nt
has ever sun-end. red to a I.,.. I ol
men of this character. The two dem-
onstratlcns were participated in by
about 400 countrymen, mounted and
armed, and for several days terror
reigned in the vicinity. The disturbers were in absolute control of the
situation and held as prisoners all
them.    The Americans
|penitntlary,  and  Loped  the right  an- warships in the harbor.   It is officially
thorlties would attend to the matter, announced that court martials of per-
Clarke was captured in February at  soils  charged   with   complicity  in  the
rmer ur   fruit grower"   wanting   a in the section were not molested, but
liable man would Inform him, as a the  Mexicans   had   to   take   sides  or
anitoha   correspondent   is    seeking leave the countrv.
lovment
  No  Bloodshed.
Whtat About the  Hat? FitIy     Rurales    marched    overland
Much
Mount Vernon. Washington, after .riots at Barcelona were held yester
starting a rough house at Burlington day. Five men were condemned to
and waived extradition. He received I uie Imprisonment, but a number ot
six months extra sentence. others   were   released     from     Mount
Neither of Ibe prisoners made any IJutch fortress. Among those still in-
statement and they were committed care-rated in the fortress ar_ four-
for trial. teen priests.
CRETANS LOWER
GREEK STANDARD
Traps Get Fish.     *
The    canners    are    bitterly    disappointed at  the sudden  falling  o.i  of
the run.   They blame it to _ha traps
On the American side.
Reports from Bellingham nu.i Ana-
cortes are to the effect that the traps
are full, and that, the canneries have
more ush than they can dispose of.
The fish evidently managed io pass
the traps ou Sunday and Monday because   they   were  so  full    thai   they
(Continued on  i'age .iv
ej.
NANAIMO  MEN  MIX
IT   UP  WITH   KNIVES
Nanaimo,
I hing  affray
Aug.  10.���A serious stab-
occurred  on   the  E.&   N.
8 But Grecian Government Rp-!truck just after mldnl��ht last night.
uu. u--_i_.uvj.uvt_.unit-iii ne   on the nortll BldtJ of Uy M1UBtream
fllSPS   tn Rpnnnn.P   flflim culvert. in w'nic'h Frank Porteus, the
_U_t-    LO   itenuUIICe    Uiaim weil   known  blacksmith  wa.s seriously
iinjured, and in connection with which
two   men,    George   Smith     an.l   Alex.
Watson, are held in jail.      Watson is
a young man belonging to town. Geo.
'Smith is a Russian ana until Saturday
'night was employed as a cook on tba
U]) I pipe line.
To Island.
amusement,    was   caused  on
p ol the  street     cms   On   Twelfth
>t   last  week    when     a   lady   at-
f"l��cd to hoard  a  crowded   car
fUn getting Up Ihl, Btepa ^ pushed
' ny forward   .nnd   was   bear i   to
eulate "There's  room  for me   but
fat about my \_at?>
Pe difficulty was solved by the re-
m of the enlarged piece "of head-
F/'n'd the tittering of other
Issengers.
....   Funeral of W.  Runacres.
PJ'e fu,ll''-al of   the    late   William
Facreg took  place  yesterday   from
I  e8'oence of ihe deceased, Queen's
TDue; ��her,   the Bervice waB held.
'.ejMd Fellows' cemetery,     Revs.
', l^ompson    and    A.  Dunn offl
���   '   ''ie pall-beaiers were Thomas
���;"',|������!  P p-, M.J. Phillips, George
,'.'   '��� ���'���  L,ynch,   I).   C,   Tuck   nnd
The    arrangements
' : !    I oui by I). Murchie.
Fifty Rurales marched
from Chihuahua when a courier took
the news to Governor Creel, and a
clash was expected, but ther,. was no
bloodshed, Governor Creel sent a
personal representative with the Rurales, and li,- r.ade an agreement with
the "revolutionists' by which their
demands were grained and order was
restored.
The trouble had been brewing tor
several months owing to the objection
raised to the high taxes assessed by
Augustin Vale, the Jefe Politico, and
it came to a head when Governmenl
Engineer Parada and a party of surveyors arrived to lay out the townsite
of San Carlos. The natives claimed
tlie land and objected to the survey.
All work of surveying the townsite
has be.-n stopped until an order conn-.,
from President  Diaz,
Canadians in District.
Sim  Carlos is the headquarters ol
swei-ai Canadian and American mining engineers.
Offers Cash Bonusses
To Encourage the Stork
New   York,    Aug.    10.���Max    Oick, stedesky,  in    which    there  are  eight
owner of a big tenement house at W children, and the family of Paul _ei-
to  73   Rivington   street   on   the   East bowitz, in which there nre also eight
Side, gave notice to his tenants that children.      These   are  the  only   two
ht-  will  pay  $100 to the  first  family families    eligible    for    admission   to
Of eight children in which a boy baby class A in which the prize is $100.
Canea,  Island  of  Crete,  Aug.  10.-
The   Greek   flag,   which   was  run
over the fortress, and the Cretan military barracks here on July 27. the day j Charged With Manslaughte .
following the evacuation of the island I     Winnipeg,   Man.,   Aug.   ll).���Thomas
by the  international troops, was low-  Charles   Taylor,   motorman   of   street
ered today, as a result of the protests  car No.  290,  which crushed  to death
Enoch  Reese and Ernest Ollette, and
whom   the  jury   at   Hie  inquest  last
is born. $mti to the family of fewer
than eight children in which a boy-
baby and Som' to that family in which
twins appear. There ai'e now in the
tenement-house fis families and they
have 199 children.
Especially   interested   in  Mr.   Dick's
offer  ��a<   the   family  of    Bashe  Am
Ther are only six families i.i the
house in which there are no children
so the number of eligibles for Class
B In which tlie prize is $100. is large
enough to suit anybody.
Twins have never been born in the
building, so In this third class there
are no statistics.
GAS IN HILL CAUSES        MOVING PICT1ES
DtATH UF Tiie DIGGER GAVE WIFE AWAY
of the four protecting powers.
Turkish Feeling.
Constantinople, Aug. 10.���The Greek
reply to the Turkish note concerning
Crete had not yet been revived by
the Turkish government up to 'ast
night.
night found did rot use sufficient care,
was negligent and incompetent, is under arrect at the police station on a
charge of manslaughter. The charge
was read to him this morning and ha
was remanded to the goal for a week.
lhe ambassadors of the four pro-;to await preUminary hearing Taylor
tecting powers ln Crete had inter- aud EmU Hebert Wg charged in the
views with tbe Grand Vizier and t.io dock  logether  but    tne    crown    an-
foreigrj minister, and idvised modera
tion in Turkey's attitude toward the
Greeks. The Grand Vizier gave lll('
ambassadors his assurance ou this
point, but he pointed out the necessity
of receiving some satisfaction from
Greece In order to calm the Turkish
people.
The  genral  feeling exists  thai  the
government   is   not   enjoying  a    free
nounced that there would be no char;
preferred against Hebert.
LEGACY  AWAITS   HIM.
Henry  Thomas   Parnall, of  Bristol,  Is
Said to Have Been in This City.
Enquiry has been received ai this
office from Halifax as to the where-
hand in the matter, but is acting un- abouts of Henry Thomas Parnall, who
d.r the pressure of the committee of left Halifax three years ago wi route,
union and progress, which is showing for British Columbia,
a headstrong spirt and encouraging It is stated that by the death ot
demonstrations in favor of war with Thomas Luxton Parnall, presumably
Greece. his father,  Henry   Parnall  has  fallen
  heir to a legacy of considerable size.
Greeks Are Firm. Parnall  Is  said   to  bail   from  Bristol,
Peril,  Aug.   in.���The Greek  govern- England.
im-nt's   reply   to  Turkeys   represents-	
tions   will   contain,   according   io   au- | Representative For Canada.
\trike Spreads From
City to Rural Distrists
Felt   Himself     Being     Suffocated   and   Husband  Saw Her Indulg ng ia  Flirta-
Atteinpted  to  Escape,   But  Was
Overcome.
tation When She Should  H3ve
Been   Elsewhere.
thorltatlve advices, Greece's direct re. Word has been received in this city
|fusal to renounce Crete, and at the to the effect that M, Waring Davis, of
sain,.. tlme Greece wl)' refer Turkey Montreal, has been appointed repre-
to tho protective powers In whose |sentatlve for Canada of the associated
builds thereafter the settlement of the  board of the Royal college and Royal
Edmonton,   Alta.,   Aug.   19.���A   sad      Seattle,  Aug.  IU.���Frank  W.  Shire
"    "'"'  Au-   10,-Serlous  rlot-
.      reported from th. country dis-
Jj��'today, where the striker',  are
fjf to get the  farmers  to join  in
% ,h        droops have been rushed
eude 8C0ne and trouble may  b.  ex-
|)t bv th 'R'Ws censors;hip is being
Ike Vm? *?vernma'nt regarding the
|ssed newspapers  are  sup-
l^1 '"formation to be regarded as
*****++++++++*+++
jTportant  Appointment
. ^"'"'"l L. Prenter, tratamas-
��ro_ the C. p. h. at Vancou-
��� mis been appointed to take
I,'! ' ;"  '>t    the  passenger   and
'gut  business of the B   c.
on   the   Chilliwack and
E
;;';;;'' extensions:     The    posl-
a   ,':..'  Proba.bl*  be  that of
,  uuu superintendent
.,.: r. Ppenter    has    had  many
|��0rk an-5?^161106    of    rallwuy
niiri        s *aown as an active
,caPfble official.     He takes
bis   duties   on Monday
... , '��� 's presumed his head-
'Pa WH be in this city.
i,v.
! next.
'��������������������
reliable, it is stated that several have
already been killed an', that the ex"
cltement is running high. Sympathy
'for the strikers is openly expressed
and their ranks are steadily being
augmented by sympathizers joining m
the movement.
Strikers art, redving strong financial support from fellow workers all
over Europe and apparently there is
small chance Of them being starved
Into submission.
Owing   to   the   strong   increase   of
sentiment   favorable   to   the   strikers,
and the action of King Gustav when
,he attempted  to bring the employers
and    the    strikers    to an    amicable
j agreement without success, much ap-
.prehension is being felt for his safety,
Without   regard  to repeated  warnings
that  his  life    may  be    In  danger  be
'drives recklessly into the strongholds
lof th,, striker., in an effort to restore
confidence  to    the people,    many of
I whom feel that more will come of the
.strike than is already manifest.
Newspapers   Suppressed.
The  reports today offset    those    of
accident occurred at l-1. ''-. abdul -"
miles north oi .Moiiiivi.lv today, in
which a well known citizen lost llls
life, and another one narrowly escaped
the same fate. August Corrlne, a
farmer of Uie district, was digging a
well ou his farm when he not.ced
signs of gas coming through the
ground. When he resumed work,
after dinner, the young Corrlne boy
weni down and touched the bottom,
when he jumped in the bucket and
mad,, desperate signals to be pUll-d
up. Reaching the surface be told ne
had been nearly suffocated by the
fumes. The assistance of a neighbor
was secured, but after removing two
or three shovels of dirt he collapsed,
and the same fate overtook Mr. Corrlne. who went to ih_. rescue. The
lad went to a neighbor's for assistance. When they arrived and could
take him out, It was found that Corrlne was dead, and Rochon unconscious. Th-e latter, however, quickly
recovered on contact with the pure
air anil is now well.
esterday which stated that th.
������������������������������
sink,.
was Hearing an end. Owing to tbe
Isuppresison of th-e newspaper.-- it '*
'difficult to procure Information re-
'garding th_ true status of the strike-
Disposing of the Shah.
London, Aug. 10.���ln the house of
commons yesterday Thomas McKin-
non Wood, under-secretary of the
foreign office, stated that arrangements were in contemplation for conducting ibe deposed Shah of Persia
to Ihe frontier before certain points
in reference to his future residence
could be carried out.
The amount of his pension and the
transfer of the crown jewels had been
settled.
an electrician, weni to a live-cent
theatre on Second avenue one night
last September and whai he saw
ther^ caused iiim io apply in the superior court today for a divorce. The
pictures represented San Francisco at
fleet time. Tlie sailor boys were
marching down Ma_j_et street, while
crowds packed the sidewalks. in u_e
throng bhire saw two familiar lacs.
One was his wife, supposed to be
visiting her sister in Spokane. The
other was a man w!_o formerly
roomed ai the Shire home. They
stood close together and laughed and
gesticulated. Then the picture faded,
iii.- lights came on, and the show was
over.
Three weeks after that Mrs. Shire
returned home. She told with much
elaboration of detail of the pleasant
r'.sil she had enjoyed with her sister
iu Spokane. Shire listened interestedly,  but said nothing.
Finally, a month later, he accused
her of her alleged perfidy. A scene '
followed and she left home. The j
husband waited in forgiving spirit for
his wife to come hack, he says. But
she never came, and so today he is
asking the courts to grant him a divorce.
question will lie. Tb.. danger of an
Immediate conflict probably will thus
be avoided,
academy Of music, of Loudon, Kti.v.
with offices at ^7 Shuter street, Montreal,
Los Angeles Police Find
Home of CP.R. Train Robber
Los Angeles, Cai., Aug. 10.���That
the Haney brothers, one of whom wus
killed in a gunflght at Asbcroit With
Constable Decker, organized the robbery of the Canadian Pacific train for
Uie purpose of securing money enough
to pay off a mortgage ou their home
at Florence, a small town near this
city, is the belief of the police.
lf William Haney is captured, the
credit will be largely due to Sergeant
Phillips of the police force of Long
Beach.
On the body of Haney's brother,
who was shot dead by Decker, was
found a photo, showing a little girl,
and another of an old man driving a
team.    In the valise of the dea;
after a short search, found the girl In
Los Aug.les, and the child told the
officer where she had been taken by
a woman to have livre photograph tak"
en. This woman was traced up by
the aid of the recollection of the photographer. She readily told Sergeant
Phillips that she bad given the photo-
to a man named Haney, who lived at
Florence. The officer went to the
honie of the parents of the Haneys.
There on the mantel was found the
portrait a' the dead robber, the
brother of William Haney, who was
instantly killed by Constable Decker
at Aslichroft. Relatives of the brother,
who Is supposed to be still alive, claim
to be ln ignorance of his whereabouts.
A Cabinet of One.
Washington, Aug, 10.���As a matter
ol economy President Zelaya, of Nicaragua, has reduced his cabinet to
one ember with two assistants, according to advices received from Man.
uguii today.
in which tlie dynamite ami provisions
were found,  was  a clothes  brush, onl" "'         ~
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. AUGUST t1
Classified Advertisements
V/ANTED.
FOR   SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND. REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about It, he would not sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purch
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  in  business everyone mus�� of n cessity   kn
wares.      Use  the   advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the timet.
ase   from   you. an_  SOme
ow  all   about  ug  an , ^
WANTED.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 321) Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
WANTED���A DINING ROOM GIRL
at once. Apply at the Guichon
Hotel.
WANTED ��� POSITION COOKING
and housework by Japanese. Box
545, City.
WANT!-: I)���TO
nlshed house,
fice.
RENT,      A      FCR-
Apply at News Of-
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSE
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mo watt street, 230 Eleventh street.
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.
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE, DOTS
in Kitsilano (Vancouver) and Hastings townsite for good lot in New
Westminster, close In, Address P.
O. Box 565, City.
WANTFD���ROUTE BOYS; CALL AT
World office, 024 Hamley Block, Columbia Btreet,  New   Westminster.
WANTED ���TO RENT, A FUR-
nlshed bouse. Apply Daily News
Offlce.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET O.
Dickens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R481.
FOR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
wagon, democrat, harness; snap
for cash. 352 Sherbrooke street,
Sapperton.
WANTED���A NURSE GIRL.    APPLY
Mrs.  (Dr.) Jones, Royal avenue.
WANTED���PIANO OR VIOLIN LES-
sons in part payment for room and
board; will pay $4.50 for two meals
and room- W. Howard, Crystal
Theatre.
LOST.
LOST���A SPOTTED CARRIAGE DOG
answering to name of Prince.
Steamboat Exchange.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES &  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suourban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL Estate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 10U.
LOST���SQUARE     GOLD     BROOCH
set  with  four    emeralds   and   four j
pearls, a large ruby in the centre, j
One  pearl    missing. Please re- j
turn to Daily News offlce.
LOST���ON SS. TRANSFER, SATUIt-
day, July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped pear] attached. Return to
Daily News Offlce.
LOST���WHITE BIRD DOG AN-
swering to name of "Dick.'' Last
Seen at home Saturday, noon. Anyone having information leading to
his recovery kindly advise Anderson
& Lusby,
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO RENT���2 FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply
"Dally News," Office.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE, FUR-
nlshed bedrooms; reasonable terms;
S2.  Royal avenue.
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 Btreet.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCH1TECT-
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
CARRIAGE SHOP
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and palmed.      All work guaranteed.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers ln electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st���
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P, Q, Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,  B.  C.  LAND   SUR-
- treyor.     Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomlning, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New  Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEYS PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey'a
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE _ EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLEK & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opixisite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver offlce is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
MACHINE  WORKS.      .,
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block,  Sixth street.
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all k'uds of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province offlce, Columbia street.     Phone 62.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
>bia street. Fires-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN S TAI-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, press
ing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
FRATERNAL   ORDER  ( |
Aerie No. 20.���Meets , ,' Y Lh:!4
evening at 8 p.m, h r, fu*%l
hall, Columbia street f'Y^'l
eson, W. Pres.; H. SchoJfl;*' _*l
tary.
' d, Secre.1
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT ,71
soclation, Lord ���, the Isles n.**!
191���Meets on the fli-V , C'* .
Tuesday of every month in". H
hall.      Chief, ffTsHifllJ
SOARD OF TItAi,....-_..-EVV7vY.|
minster Board ot Trade meeti1,11
board room, City Hal I <Y' _
Third Thursday   ,-   .. '? f'l,0Wsl
rr,Ty n"   SVsi
Ihursday of February, Mav *.ZT
and November u ��P.m. '3
meetings On the third T__r,__.'3
February. New members may J
proposed and elected af any mon_!
ly or    quarterly    nl(,t,I)f,", ���mi
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
vo ?��� _~,Hoyu cm' ���
No. i���Meets In Oddfellows' __ii|
Columbia street, every Friday even!
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting tirethrei
will be made welcome Q, ... (.i.>vl
N. G.; C. E Osborne, p G." record!
lng secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL _0C1_.1_.I
include the Union Lodge, No. 3, J
F. and A. M.. King Solomon _!{__
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; 1. o J
No. 1150; L. O. L., .V: 1593; CobI
Sapperton. No. 46S3, 1. u K.; (' I
F. Court Westminster. No, gl
Brotherhood of Owls. Ne��i y0 :<1
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND .J__��|
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street,  New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of thlg lorige
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum-
bia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson street.
ROYAL CAFE  (Mrs.  Archer, proprle- j COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099. l.O.F.
tress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
-Meets the fourth Friday ln the
month at 8 o'clock, ln tb. small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
The condition of the oh) Ir^iij
not considered safe for v_��__l
traffic, and the public general'.; v\
caution-.-d against hauling lo___|
any kind over It 1
Persons  continuing to do ao llm
this notice must take all the nifeo
themselves.
By order. W. A, DUNCAN,
City Clert L
City   Hall,   New Westminster, J'lJ
23rd, 1909.
Opera  House Bookings.
Aug.   14.���Burns.lohnston pi��ures,|
Sept. 3.���Polly of the Circus.
Sept.   16.���Knight for a Day.
Sept. IS.���The Tim . Place nnd tie,
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Days.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming.
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Piddle,
Oct.   18.���David   llarmi.
Oct.  20.���O.     Henry's    New Op��J
"Lo."
Oct. 27.���Carter the Magician,
Oct. 28���The Climax.
Nov.  1 and  2.    Th    Shepherd Kl^
Nov. 4.���Parisian  Model,
Nov.  19.���Human  Hearts,
Nov.  22.���Forty-flve   Minutes af|
Broadway.
Dec. l.���In Dreamland,
PROSPECTS FOR FROIT
GROP ARE NOT GOOD
Report   Published   By   Dominion  Government Not Encouraging Save
as  Regards Nova  Scotia.
Ottawa, Aug. 10.���The report of the
department of Agriculture on the fruit
crop for July is not encouraging as
v, as the June report. The drouth Of
tiie early part of the month had Its
effect in reducing the crop materially.
However, the latter portion of the
month has somewhat revived the hope
of the growers and a crop above average is lookcKl for. Apples will be a
light to medium crop, but. winter varieties promise to be a better quality
than usual. All over the Dominion
the harvest will be light with the possible exception of Nova Scotia. Plums,
peaclves, cherries and grap-eB will give
medium to full yield all over Canada,
except the plum crop in British Columbia, which Is light. On account
of the shortage of fruit in European
countries there w"l -be a good market for all fruit Canada will have to
export. The United States will be
able to consume all its fruit products
but will likely export to Europe ��n
account of the high prices.
NEW ZEALAND WANTS
FIR   IN   LONG   LENGTHS
Ottawa, Aug 10���J. S. Larke, Canadian trade commissioner at Sydney,
N.S.W., reports to the department of
trade and commerce that the commission appointed by the New Zealand government to inquire into conditions ot the local lumber trade had
made   Its report.
��� The commission recommed.d the
government to make long lengths of
Oregon pine (Douglas fir) timber
which is imported duty free, but to
Increase the duty- on short lengths.
Mr. Larke says that even if the duty
is increased it will not affect the 'm-
portatlon of Oregon pin,, for a long
time. Canadian exports will be much
more affected by the steamers which
have hi'herto run from Vancouver to
New Zealand, being withdrawn from
.he trade.
WOMAN FAINTED WREN
CD1LD FOUND FORTINF
But Despatch Does Not Say What She
Did When She Discovered Bills
Were Counterfeit
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up $ 4,700.000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
Pittsburg, Aug. 10.���What a woman
will do when B>he suddenly discovers
she has great wealth was recited ln
dramatic fashion In the United States
district court this morning, when Join
Cordua, the fourth suspect arrested
in the $2 counterfeiting case, was
called for hearing.
Several thousand dollars in counterfeit money was found by children ln
the cellar of a ihouBe occuplt.l by Cor
dua at 102 Washington street. Cordua
was held for court In $2,500 bond.
Cordua lived ln the house with the
family of Jacob Barbrow.
When these children cam�� to me
with that money," testified Mrs. Bar-
brow, "I fainted. It looked to me like
millions. I though that all my pray
ers had been answered. I tried to
count the money, but when I had run
through a few of the bills and stopped
to think of the many things it would
buy, my head swam.
"The first thing 1 did was to take
one of the >2 bills to a fruit stand
and get oranges, bananas and plums.
My husband came home downcast. He
said that he owned .40 rent, and that
lt must be paid that very day. He
said h,> hud all the money except ?16.
"So I gave my husband eight of the
notes and told him that I borrowed it
from the butcher. He too- the money
and paid the landlord, saying that he
would glve lt back to me next week.
Then I went out and bought shoes for
Mollle and a lot of nice things."
FEAR BUBONIC PLAGUE
HAS APPEARED IN  OREGON
Portland, Or., Aug. 10.��� _ohn McCarthy, a scavenger, who died yesterday, is believed by county and state
health authorities to have been a victim of bubonic plague. To make certain of their ground the state board
of health has ordered an extended bac-
teriologlca] test. As a matter of precaution the body of McCarthy was ��re.
mated today.
In and  out of town accounts  solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Chequ.s bought and Bold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F   SHUTE, Manager.
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
by directing you to the store where
you can see -the largest stock of new
and second-hand goods of all kinds in
the city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Come and see how much more you
can get for your money here than
elsewhere.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel.'
THE   VERY    LATEST   THING   m
IN 1
Postcards
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED FOLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
SEND ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co,
Front Street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
wince 'Phone 119.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce.
whether you Intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland  August 27
Empress of Britain ..  ..September 10
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
G. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill  University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of New Westminster.
OFFICE:
riRE   HALL   No.   1
B. C. Mills, Timber and|
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manufacturer* and Deaiere m AU Kino' ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sa_h, D����rtj
Interior Finish,    Turned Work,   Etc.
Fish and Fruit Boxen.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Drain"* I
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
~ ���    - New WesW^J
Telephone 12. WEDN
ESDAV,
AUGUST 11, 19��9-
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE.
NOT SO
UTAUKlSc^A-AFrERALL
SAW  MYSTERIOUS
I Wa* hinir(""
Aug.
, nt of ^e discussions
Y'nt   01     _.   ,_  Mmnantl,
Some Idea ��r
in the
FLYING   MACHINE
Halifax, .M.S., Aug. 10.���Parties arriving In Halifax yesterday by the
Southwestern   Railway     report     thai
louse
��� 1^1 HTM-     I   4j4rU4l,n,    ^.4^4  ,, J��� l.i..���.. I V _��WI   . I
ate in connection wuu |about  9:30  o'clock   Sunday  night
OKAVJTY WATER SYSTEM    I
TROUBLES CALGARY!
, ririff hill is set forth in a a|rsi,|p f)ew over Halifax County. One
�� P ���;Dr_p_red by the official r. j j-^ntibl.. business man reports having
*wn'e I seen  It  at  FlvP Island Lake, near St.
trn__ soecial session of the Flity- Maragaret_. Bay
**2S.S"  up to the day of the| tTaveiiing north
Pressure
bill
lebat*"
cord
Road, at a fair 1.*^i^rlit.
west at a goo.] rat,, of
,.    ...    He called the attention of _js
amounted   corni)an|on, to |t_ and ,h(,y wa[(.hP(_ jt i
a  of tho  Congressional       d] ,    f,ew      t q{ s,  , fa
Vii- debates  on   the   Payne   W{iS(
to this morning, reached the      Tt]0Sp who saw lt declare tbey were
total of  4,888    pages,    or I     t ,j.jHtak-.-n, as the night was very
conference report the S]l0ed
tbe Dingley "	
Too  Great   For
stallea   For   Use   in   the
System.
Pipes   ln-
Pump
faorniou^
��� dun words.
cloar.
���rf ��� .- -a- W
A p?ire, wholesome,
' ;aoiie Grape Cream ol
rm-j.
... V.
litit-i
\9:."
���%
4
__.-_.._.
���
cream ol tartar used in Dr. Price's Baking
is il the exacl f<i_in and composilion in
i   occurs in the luscious, heaithiul grape.
Improves the flavor
adds fo the healfh-
:!_n_ess ol the food
^Vo  lime
Phosphate j
- -"The gravity system is showing up all 'he weak spots
1,1 th|   " mains, ana this is just
to do, so that we can
��� i rectified befor-. the
winter," , Engineer Child yes-
'���'���''������������������   ���'���   " niiijg on a break in
a water main.
1:; Prel sure which the gravtlty sys-
pes to is 'much
greater than when only the pumoing
" l! '���'������' ai work, aud the old
joints and worn out pipes are bursting under the strain. Th. waterworks
employe! reporl scarcely a day go-
lns by wii a Peak of some lund
or other, .- a, the weak Bpots are
rectified i . rengthened, the eosi
ol ini'i. ,. for the gravity system
win  ma ��� decrea e,
WITOS, YEAI,
PORK
Freeh Pork   Sauiag
ii dally.
j   Best of Farmer's
Pork.
PACiric
Meat Market
ANCIENT  NORSEMEN  WILL
FIGURE   AT   SEATTLE   FAIR
Bothell, Wash . Aug. In.���Won. on
thi Viking ship under construction at
this place bas ���, far progressed that
the vessel will be launched soon. It
will be completed at least two weeks
previous to Norway Day at the Alaska-
Viikon-Paeilic exposition whieli is sei
for August 30.
The vessel is. a replica of the- historical craft which Lief Erlckson and
his crew of hard) Norsemen sailed to
the Ooasi of Ireland early in the n.iit.,
century, and from there proceeded to
the American shores- in making thei
voyage from Bothell to the exposition
grounds, the ship will be manned by a
crew of seventj live oarsmen and war
riors, These are to be Selected from
memoers of the various Norwegian
Societies of the Northwest, and will
be chosen from the most typical Norse
types to be found.
of the seventy-five men comprising
th-e crew, fifty will be Korskarle, or
oarsmen, the other twenty-five being
composed of Spydmand or spearsmen;
krlgers, who are avemen or warriors
and the King and his nobles of the
court. At the Exposition landing the
ship will be met by a Queen to be se-
Iected, and ?\iv will be attend, d by a
company of five hundred ladies ln
waiting. Tho entire number will be
garbed In costumes strictly true to
the jivriod in which Lief Erickson and
his his men reached the American
continent.
From the landing on Lake Washing.
ton, the warriors and crew will be
conducted to the amphitheatre, where
a symbolical play will be enacted.
This will be evolved from the Saga
of Frldthjof the Bold, and Ingeborg,
by Esasias Tegner. lt is one of the
most picturesque of all the old Norse
Sagas, and will give a wonderful touch
of medieaval pomp and ceremony.
*hone 192
McMENEMY & ANDERSON
Columbia St.
ROYAL
A
Better
Flour
-    In r  bi cause   it  is
";l'"' Hour;  j,  makes better
cause It  L_  made   from
v> selected wheal by spo
'''"'   machlnery,   ensuring   the
""'  b   !;   i  quality n  is  pos-
slM" to make.   .\ trial of Royal
S:;'nil'"'il    Flour    win convince
!'��11 of lis merits.
An'l remember���in each �����
""""d ^ack of aour you secure
a coupon which entitles you to
a chance to win a lu.-piece din-
n"r iet. watch the paper for
"'<' winning numbers each
month
MANUFACTURED BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
BRAIN CO., Ud.
v A N c o u v
E R,      B.     0.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Ztorn-r  Eighth  St.  tnd    TIKh AvenM
PHONt  S/U
BOWELL A OODr. Prounator*.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
U. S. A., aud .Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents tn all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received ln sums of .1 ami upward,
tnd Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
iiinum (present rate).
.'tun'   Assets   over  $1118,00(1,01111.110.
i-��Vt    WESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
(Successor to C. Hamb-er)
COLLECTIONS    AND    STOREKEEP
ERS'    BOOKS    OF    ACCOUNTS    A
SPECIALTY.      AGENTS    FOR    THE
HALL SAFE CO.
Office: Room 7, Hambly  Block.
P. O. Box 795.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOMESTEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with-
in the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole bead Of a family
or any male over 1. years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section ol
iltiO acres, more or less.
Entry must be made personally at
'the local land office for the district
'in which the laud is siluaie. Entry
'by pioxy may, however, be made ��u
certain conditions by the lather,
mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an Intending homesteader.
| The homesteader is required to perform thy conditions connected there
with under one ol the toilowing
'plans:
Ul At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years,
(2) If the father ( or mother, if tne
father is decased), of the homesteader
resides upon a farm in the vicinity ol
the land eni red for, the requirements
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing with the tather
or mother.
(3) If the settler lms bis permanent
residence upon fanning laud owned
by him In the vicinity of ins home-
stead, the requirements as to residence
i may  bv  satisfied   by  residence upon
tin- said land.
Six months' notice in writing sliould
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
veins at an annual rental of .1 per
lacre. Not more than 2500 acres
shall be leased to one individual or
company. A royalty at the rate or
five cents per ton shall be collected
on tbe merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of tbe Minister of the Interior.
_<.!..���Unauthorized publication of
(his advertisement wlll not bo pain
for.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PEI.i-SYl.A1.IA smithy coal
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers A Pre.ton
Offlce, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches for Ladles from ��12.i_
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open race
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case.
$7.50 up.
Agent, for Waltham and Klgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two doore trom  Ceo. Adams, Grocer
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The Dally News Block, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11
, 1909.
SHOULD THIS CITY ADVERTISE?
The necessity of advertising is acknowledged by every experienced
man of any commercial ability. If.
therefore, It be essentia] to success
in mercantile life, lt must be a logical deduction that it will be of considerable benefit when undertaken in
the interest of the entire community���
provided that the same business Instinct, and the same restrictions are
observed a. would be employed by the
purely enterprising man of commerce.
There are m-ny ways of advertising;
hut it is not every style that will
produce results; nor will the same
media for advertising apply in every
case. The great science of developing a trade, an Industry, a city, or
a district, is shown by the skill with
which the- advertiser selects his me-
tliuin, thp manner in which he marshals his facts; thp art. (for it is an
art as well as a science) lies in interesting the reader, and showing him
that the instigator of the advertisement bas a knowledge of something
that the reader himself requires; in
proving that at no other plaoa can
better bargains be obtained; in setting
forth details which have escaped general notice; in delving into th,. future necessities of a particular locality, and studying tbe surrounding
conditons from a business (I.e., a
profitable)   point of view.
Let us apply this principle to our
own city. We do not think there Is
any one w'ho has studied the surrounding country, in even a casual
manner, but will freely admit that we
have, not merely 'something" of interest to the outsider, but very many
things! It is these subjects which
we need to bring into the Ught of
journalism and so make thim known
to every man in Canada and elsewhere, who has a few hundred dollars
nt his disposal. We want to "suggest" to him or her, that he or sae
cannot find a better way of investing
capital than in the growing district of
New Westminster.
We want first to interest; then to
get into correspondence, and ultimately into personal touch wiih tin-
greatest possible numbe'- of individuals. Even then the work may only
be just begun, for in the majority of
instances it will be necessary to continue It by showing them that we are
wide-awake to the great advantages
we possess. Unfortunately in the
west there are too many knockers���
people who do not trouble to look for
themselves, or study the blessings
they enjoy���men who, because they
do not get all the good things of life
in their immediate neighborhood, are
constantly repining, and often than
not telling other peoplethat "the
country Is no good;" "trade is gone
to the bad;" "the river can never be
made safe for ocean viSsels; '��� "every
man ls lining his own pockets." This
is no fancy picture���every quotation
has been actually spoken in this city
iby men who should ko��>w better and
who, in mo��"> than one Instance, bave
earned a competence at least whilst
residents therein.
New Westminster's bargains consist
of that greatest of all blessings, A
���(bright, health-giving climate; beautiful surorundlngs; fer'lle lands where
���everything that a man can reasonably expect to produce from the soil
will grow and mature, whether it be
fruit, vegetables, root crops or hay
and grain; a great river, whose advantages have hitherto been ignored
althougl- when wo remember that the
Clyde was originally but a petty
stream ln comparison, it ls astonishing what a prospect lies before the
inhabitants of this district, a great
city must aris_ here if we only use
our opportunities aright; if we only
follow tbe example of the citizens of
Glasgow, Liverpool and many other
places.
Then we have an unknown wealth
of mineral lands still waiting the
miner, oil-bearing districts and many
other natural products awating development.
New Westminster is unlque in that
the Fraser river ofTers its fresh water
as a natural harbor and port for the ,
use of the world's mercantile marine;
It has on its banks a hundred miles
of wharfage accommodation, but out-
Bide our Imnredlatp vicinity, it ls unknown to the world of commerce; not-
wthstandlng that at no purt on the
Pacific coast are there better facilities for loading at the wharf, or
transporting goods cheaply to any
part of the United States, Canada or
Europe.
-Should this city advertise? We
think it i8 perfectly clear to every
one who uses his eyes and brain that
it would be the height of folly to delay longer in letting the world know-
that no place in Canada possesses
greater possibilities for shipping, rail-
way transportation, cheap power lor
manufacturers, or any other enterprise which enters into the range ol
the capitalist or man of commerce.
We close by quoting the truthful
words recently spoken by Professor
Bedford of Manitoba College: "Eastern Canada needs you and you need
her. Your country here is so excellent in so many ways that you should
advertis-e lt more largely through farmers' medium In the east; lt will
bring you hundreds of well-to-do residents. Advertise it for its m" _ climate, the advantages to b_ had from
the nearness to the ocean 'and ocean
shipping, Its commerce and general
business  possibilities."
1909.
the     first .,.     ���,_.,,      ____________________               ��� ... ^___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
known  and    admitted    i -OT  the ch aPeSt "��Ssib,e  terms-    The pected    that  so  strong    a    Tory   as
.   .   ,                      . ��-   eier-v BUT* fact that the operating company will  premier    McBride    would    hav.  had
Z2^Z^ II"0'    HPay  three  ^ CeDt  lDtereSt  ��"  tte K Oim^ce about creating a dl,
ion 1^1 the construe- capital cost of the eastern Section of CUMlon of the subject and inviting in-
inu   cv   _ur��_   ul ���    *,tacreaBed'th.  Une. which  is being built by  the   spectlon   of   the   tacts.       But.   as   we
in  pric.   during   the past   tew   years,  government,   and   that   competent   en-  have sai,,   Mr.    McBride    is not  Bp_-
A   POLITICAL   FLOUNDER.
As a contemporary aptly puts is Political picnics are not intended to be
taken quite seriously. There was a
gnat Conservative gathering at a
classic rendezvous of the Tories of
British Columbia on Saturday last, at
which observations were made by the
Premier of the province and several
of his leading lieutenants which ought
to be well seasoned with salt "before
taking" Mr. McBride was naturaliy
the leading orator of th0 day on the
occasion referred to, and ln the course
of his speech the orator, whose criticisms wer-e chiefly directed against
the administration of affairs by the
Dominion government, attacked the
policy  of that government in regard
Labor the principal item, ha, risen gineers representing the interests of
in value because business ha. heen the COmpanv ar.. carefulh- scrtulniz-
more active in Canada during the last   lng every mile of work and every Item
of expenditure, is sufficient guarantee
of honesty and economy in carrying
out the work. If any other safeguards could have been suggested,
Parliament   would   undoubtedly   have
ten years than it ever was at any
period in the history of the country.
The government is probably quite
willing to assume full responsibility
for that condition of affairs���and we
fancy the average man, whether he be|adopted them.
a wag. earner or engaged in business, Th.e western sections of the line are
will   not   be   disposed   to  censure   it'.,e|ng built by the Grand Trunk Paci-
!fie Company under guarantee by the
dally noted for tho varit'y of bis information or the depth of his understanding. He is simply a parochial
politician, wlmse special gilt is a fac
ile-.
J._ H ll
permission  for  such  a
not   believed   It   will   i.    _,.__- -.
recently  the    authorities *$***.  .
quite liberal in dealing wil   ���  �� b^
associations.     Among
will   be   Emma
____���
r.    ,      _______     Goldman
Berkman,  who served  ���, \,
sentence In   Pennsylv
ing  Henry C.  Fris..
tho Irish anarchist.
inl .   f0r
md llarr
"larchis.
spealten
Alexaafo
8 prison
wo___,
Kell,,
"We are going
over the    recent    anti-milk"
uity of "jollyng the boys and keeping  displayed in Europe
leading     anrchlsts.
Barcelona seem t<> |
with   peace they  ar
t0 ���Yl" Piwicij
ary spirit
them In line."���Victoria Times.
ANARCHISTS   REJOICE AT
UPRISING IN SPAIN
therefor.
As  for   the   second   statement, we Igovernment.     It is admitted that the hai]   to
fear the Premier of British Columbia section  from Winnipeg to  Edmonton,, uprisin:
has not taken the trouble to acquaint   which will be ready for business very
himself   with   the   policy  of  the   Con-  soon,  will  pay    from    the  beginning,
servative party in the matter of gov-1 The Pacific coast section win be more !
ernment  ownership  and operation  of'difficult   to  build  and   more  doubtful I
railways.      It is  true  Mr.  Borden in las   to   results   after   it   is   completed;
his    Halifax    platform    declared   for1 and  In operation.     It is  th. portion I
public  ownership    and    operation   or the company did not  want  to  build. '���
railways;  but that platform has been  but which    the    government Insisted j
broken  up    and  cast    into the junk  must  be built  as  an  important  part
heap.      The    rank    and  file of    the of the whole undertaking.      The Con- j
servative party in both tbe Senate
and the House of Commons opposed
the position of the government and
endorsed the position of the company
in regard to the British Columbia sec- ;
tion of the road. It maintained there
were sufficient railways in existence
for the business offering. Under th
circumstances it might have been ex-
New  York,  Aug.  10.���A mass-meeting of anarchists has been called for
tomorrow night in a large  East Side
celebrate  the    anti-military
ln Spain.
Whlly, the police have not yet given
������'ild one
"Maflr
for it.'
, , ot lJe
irl" am
'" ''"'"lil- love
wI1Mni-' to nm
While getting off a
David   McBeth,  Swan
ln Toronto
__^^^^^^_ f-'l dead
His hand dropped across th. track
and he had two of his ti���_.,l, , ."
crushed. "M,ii '���*.
party would bave none of it. We do
not think there Is a single Tory member in the House of Commons who
supports it, with th,. exception of Mr.
Maclean, representative of one of the
Yorks���and he is not a Conservative,
but an independent. All of the leading organs of the party, again with
the exception of the Toronto World,
which is owned and edited by the said
Mr. Maclean, hav-,. repudiated it. The
Montreal Gazette, acknowledged to be
to the construction of the Grand the soundest, safest and most influen-
Trunk Pacific Railway. Mr. McBride tial of all Conservative papers, cannot
was never remarkable for originality speak with patience of any such poll-
of thought, accuracy of statement, or cy. But of course, it may be that
refinement of language. We were he was taken east to be weighed as
therefore not surprised to read that a possible leader of the federal Con-
on Saturday he repeated that old, time, servative party, and was universally
worn and threabare yarn, exploded'adjudged to be but a feathwelght,
and exposed repeatedly, that the ori-! still cherishes ambitions beyond the
ginal government estimate of the cost (narrow provincial sphere. He may
to the country of the viand Trunk Pa-'have erred In ignorance. We are
cific Railway was thirteen million, of willing to give him th9 benefit of the
dollars.      The    Premier    also  stated doubt.
that t_g Conservative policy with re- The Premier's 1?st statement was
spect to that road Is that lt should be the most foolish and reckless of all
built, owned and operated by the He said tens of millions Of dollars
co"ntrv- had been stolen from the treasury by
In regard to the first absurdity it some one In connection with the con-
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thinking that a railway traversing a way. He, of course, cannot produce
new, unknown and undeveloped coun- a single fact in substantiation of such
try for about one thousand five bun- an extravagant, unjustifiable and un-
dred miles could be built for thirteen warranted statement. Indeed he
millions of dollars. The road will, it knows it is not true. H_ knows, or
is true, cost more than the original ought to know, that every precaution
estimate. But the chief reasons for possible to be taken has been adopted
the line costing more than was estl-   t0 insure the construction of the road
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low prices prevailing on all Summer
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REFEREE PROBLEM
LOOKS COMPLICATED
' r i   e," Jeffries is quoted a. say.
������ti I   he  believes  that  mv  wind
Is not  u.   good  as it used  to "be.   He
w'll thi i   v.-,, try to cover himself and
1    ''" 'he fight last as long as possible
[t'i he has me winded.    While my
w'!'k1 Is as good as It ever was, I purpose in make shori and quick work of
tn    negro by  wading into him  with
al   ' 'y stn ngth  in  the early rounds,
.  i  know I can tear bim to pieces
before tli,. fight has gone far."
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The question of who will act as officials lor the game scheduled to take
Plac, ii this city un August 21 is the
problem ihat is puzzling the brains Of
I'" i fans at the present time, and
second ..uiy to that in Interest is the
question of what will happen when
tl'.- i a . against Waldo Matheson, tbe
Vancouver player, for assaulting 'Percy P ele, conies up before the beak.
The cas_ was to bave been beard today, bul has now been postponed untij I
ti m<.i row.
Until Matheson's case Is disposed j
of no move will ije mad,, in regard to
the appointment of officials of the
coming game. Once it is over, however, it is probable that a meeting of
the ii. ('. L, A. will be called. The
meeting, when ii does take place,
promises to b_ warm, as in addition
ito tb. ri lv. question Con Jones' pn.
test against Percy Peele as judge of
Iplay for tli. last gam,, will also have
to be considered,
.Just what the result o,' li all will
be Is at  present hard  to gu.-ss.
From a reasonable standpoint there
appears to be no justification for Vancouver's protest. Con Jones put 'n
his kick on the ground that Percy
water, steam heat, long distance tel. Peele was not one of the'six men
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats, agreed  upon  as suitable for officials
part F-r-nv rn bi-rt   m_     i.! "le Iast meetlns of the B. C. h. A.
CARhh.ON   GILBI-RT,   Mgr.     | Thg   ausWtr   l0   Mi.   lg   ,���.���   the   sjx
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Westminster   Rovers   Invited   to
Team for Premier Footbal
nament of Canada.
Send
Tour.
Get Your Home Furnishings From the
Old Reliable House.    We have quality
and prices in proportion.   See
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Undertaking in all its Branches.
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Room
Room
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$1   p-r  day   up.
and   board  $2.50 per day up.
with   bath   $2.50 per  day   up.
Room with bath and board $4 per day
All outside rooms, with hot and cold
An Impression exists in the middle
west that the Westminster Rovers, as
mainland champions last season, have
wished to challenge for the Peoples
Shield, but such is not the case, the
team having refrained owing to the
(expense. G. A. Parker has written
asking If tlie club will compete in
the competition to be held on August
111, 11 aud  IS.
Among the teams whieh will be rep-
resented    are    Calgary    Caledonians,
Ladysmith,   Victorias   of     Regina,   lu-
dlan   Head,     Saskatoon,     two  Of   the
! champion  teams   in    Manitoba, Lau-
cashires Of Toronto,  and  C. P.  Ft.  of
'.Montreal.       it   lias   been   decided   to
| organize   a  People's   Shield   series Of
j games     for   each     province     o,,   tae
.knockout   system    and  to  appoint   a
'trustee   for   each   province  who   will
ibe  heid  responsible for  these games
'a   percentage   of   the   receipts   to   be
| reserved   to   purchase  medals and   to
finalists   to
Fup-rst, bartender, a relative of tin-
proprietors of the hotel, from Wetas-
kiwin; George .lariat and George Mr-
Kay of Calgary; George Settgaat, a
man named Hickling another named
Chabtree and a Bohemian.
Hickling lost his life in bis attempt
to save t ie life of one of the domestics in the hotel after having saved
one oi  Sigalet's daughters.
Patients in the hospital as a result
of thv flre are Hermer, Nichols, Seal,
Strln^ant and Hall.
The premises of the Royal Bank of
Canada, P. Burns & Co.. Morris drugstore and F. A. Loverldge's real estate ollice were considerably damaged.
The Chinese    were very atclve ln
their  endeavors
ters-
The hoted belonged to Sig
Alli-rs and tbe loss is about
with  .In,imp insurance.
Run ot Sockeye
Suddenly Peters Out
to go on up
to  save   their   quar-
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informally, the understanding being
that any two of them would be acceptable to both teams as officials.
Moreover) tlie arrangement was made
only for the match Immediately following the meeting, and was not intended to be followed throughout the
season.
If further justification for President
Gray's action is needed it is only necessary to turn to Rule C, Section 4, of
the constitution of the B. C, L, A-,
which diBlincly says that ln case
none of the officials appointed by the
association can act the president
shall appoint an outsider or two outsiders  in  their stead."
There appears to be absolutely no
justification for Con Jones' protest,
and the disposal of It should present
no difficulties to the executive of the
association.
The choosing of officials acceptable
to the two clubs for the remainder of
the season, however, promises to be
a more difficult matter. Judging from
the action of the Vancouver club in
the past, it is hard to imagine just
bow the brand of officials demanded
by tbe Terminal CUy men can poBsl-
! ly prove accepiable to New Westminster.
pay  the  expenses  of  thi
the   annual   tournament.
At a meeting of the executive Of
the Hovers club held last evening it
| was decided to accept the invitation
ito play a game on the morning of
j Labor Day, September 6. and to invite thg Shamrocks of Vancouver to
'take part. A trophy wlll be put up
I for competition.
SURVEYS SPIRITUAL
NEEDS OE CANADIAN WEST.
English Minister Examines Conditions
of Souls of Workers  in Camps
and Field.
TEN ARE BURNED
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WILL FIGHT TONIGHT
Dreadful Holocaust Occurred
In Upper Country Town
Yesterday.
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We Are Selling
1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
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2 Dairy  Butter, per pound,
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One-time  Royal  City  Boy Dons Gloves
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Osctir Mortlmore, lhe colored
heavyweight boxer who wou trom
Sailor Casey at thw last show, will
���be used as a trial horse tonight at
North Vancouver when Eddie .Marino
of Seattle and Young Oscar Nelson of
this oily book up In their _0-rotiiid
argument, says the Vancouver Province.
Mortlmore will be pitted against
a well known local amateur middleweight, who lias ambitions as a pugilist, and il will be Mortimore's duty
to find out If these ambitions are justified. The budding amateur who rejoices I'i) th.- time-being in the name
of Tommy Burns, whieh is just as
good as anything else and sounds liki'
a figplitet- anyway, has flgurede in
numerous amateur contests locally
and he has cleaned up almost everything that has been stacked against
him. He is not particularly fast but
he has a wallop like a mule, and that
helps. The contest will be for y'x
rounds and sliould prove about as Interesting as could well be imagined.
The main  bout promises to be one
of the best mills ever pulled off across
Ithe   inlet.     }*urino   is   a   taster    and
S ] cleverer  boxer  than  Nelson,  but  the
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������������.���������������������~j;<m   hlm  and    togideg    _s  a    harder
4}! puncher. Nelson figures that his extra beef will more than offset Marino's speed. They are booked to g��
twenty rounds, but the betting is even
that the bout ends Inside of 15.
BEST VALUES  IN TEAS AND COF
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Groceries and Crockery ware
COLUMBIA STREET.
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Last
Interurban Lin*.
Cars   for Vancouver  and
stations  will   run every
hour   from   5:50   a. m.
car leave, at 11 p. m.
'-ast car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sap-
perton and city limits over the
(,,ty  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service haK-houriy between 8:30 a. ni. and 11. P- m-
JAMES J. JEFFRIES
HAS IT ALL FIGURED
OUT
New York, Aug. 10.���Before Balling
for Europe, Jas. J. Jeffries is quoted
ias having told a New York friend li|s
ring plans  for the battle with    Jack
Johnson.
"Johnson's principal strength  is In
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Vernon, B. C, Aug. 10.��� An appalling disaster occurred here early this
morning when the Okanagan hotel
was destroyed by fire and ten persons perished in tbe flames.
Tbo building was a large brick-
veneer structure and was patronized
chiefly by the laboring class. It had
about sixty guests, and so sudden was
the onrush of the flames that those
wbo escaped did so with great difficulty, while numbers never got out
of their rooms.
The fire was discovered about -
o'clock by a policeman, who immediately gave the alarm: but when the
fire brigade arrived a few minutes
later both stairways were seething
alleys of flames, and in an Incredibll
short time the building was blazing
in all quarters.
The night wag fortunately calm and
the brigade succeeded In saving adjoining buildings '-om destruction,
though at one time the safety of tne
business portion of the city was
threatened.
This morning when a gang of men
began the work of searching the ruins
a terribly grewsome sight was revealed as body after body was brought
to view until ten were removed. Th<
remains were 80 charred and blackened as to mako It a matter of difficulty to identify the victims, but the
following are known to have perished:
Wilbur Smith, carpenter: J. J. . un-
ston. laborer; James Anderson, delivery   man   for J.  W.  Glover;   Julius
Winnipeg, Aug. 10.���Rev. Dr. Ellison of London, England, and a missionary of tlie English church, is
registered  at  the  Royal  Alexandra.
His business in Western Canada is
to inspect some ot tbe outlying and
Isolated camps of the great west, to
study the conditions and report to
his church as to what is necessary in
the way of affording missionary aid.
Between Winnipeg and the Rocky
Mountains Mr. Ellison will spend mucii
time in the isolated railway and lumber camps where little or no missionary work is done, anj on his return to England will endeavor to
create such an interest that a number
of young men aud female nurses may
be sent out to adminlf.er 'o both the
spiritual and physical needs of the
men and women.
Mr. Ellison did a similar work in
South Africa a year or so ago where
similar  conditions    existed,    and   Ins
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could bold no more. Yesterday, bow-
ever, it would appear tbat 'he run
must have been sufficiently .mal] to
I... entirely absorbed by the traps,
leaving none of the flsh
.the Eraser.
The report Of the Canners' association shows that the run had begun to
fall off last night.   It is as foloiws:
Ths   Daily   Report.
Belilugham���All   the  canneries have
all ahe fish they can handle.
Anacortes���Got 35,000 yesterday
Trout seiners.    Did not lift traps.
Vancouver���Boats averaged 31 from
ss boats.
Brunswick���Boats averaged 90 from
176 '-oats.
Phoenix���Boats averaged U'0 from
1160 boats.
St. .Mungo���Boats averaged 250 from
95   boats.
Eweus���Boats averaged 200 from
SO boats.
British America���Boats averaged
89  from 91 boats.
Canadian Pacific���Boats averaged
112 lrom  12 boats.
Scottish Canadian���Boats averaged
70 from 60 heats.
Imperial���Boats averaged 50 from
60  boats.
Deas Island���Boats averaged 50
from 10 boats.
efforts r^iulted in the distributon of
much missionary work. The matter
of providing nurses for the women
of th_ camps Mr. Ellison believes as
important a_, providing male missionaries. In Africa he found much
want and suffering among the women
of the camps, owing to their being
isolated from medical assistance, and
he believes the same conditions exist
in Canadian camps.
He leaves tomorrow for Edmonton
and Saskatoon, which i>oints he will
make headquarters for a number of
exploration tours.
John Green, a butcher, of Kingston,
is applying to parliament for a divorce from his wife, Ida Haffner
Green, on  the usual  grounds.
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A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Wesonlnster, B. C.
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A By-law to enable the Council of
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by loan the sum of Pour Thousand
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advertising the  City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
the sum of Pour Thousand ($1000.00.
Dollars in advertising the City and
that the said sum should be raised ou
tlie credit of the Corporat.on.
And Whenas, It appears that if the
Sum of Four Thousand t$4000.oo.
Dollars be appropriated from tllt;
general revenue of the City tor the
current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is -expedient that
such excessive taxation should ne
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on the credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
Issued  for  that  amount.
And, Whereas, for the payment of
interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund forthepay-
ment of th-e said debentures whendue.
it will be necessary to raisp- by special
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the
eaiu debentures, the sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five aI'd 4.-100
($235.46)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise
the said yearly sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five aud 4. 100
($235.46) Dollars an equal special rate
on the dollar will be requ;red to l.e
levied on thp' whole rateable pioperty
of ihe City of .New Westminster;
And, Whereas, tlie wbo:e rateable
property cf 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 ($5,391,445.-
00)   Dollars.
Aud, Whereas, the total amount or
tl-s existing debenture debt of the
Said City is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00; Dollars irrespective of the sum of Three Hundred
and Ninety-four Thousand ($394-000.-
00; Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Waterworks Deb. ntur. By
law 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,' the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," Of
which none of the principal or interest  is  in  arrears.
Now therefore ih0 Municipal Council of the Corporation ot the City ot
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, tood.
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums Of money.
not exceeding In tie whole the FU"1
of Four Thousand ($4000.00) DollarB
and lo cause tbe same to be Pai(l 'nt0
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes  mentioned herein.
2. it shall be lawful for the Mayor
to oause any number of debenture
to be made, not exceeding in the
whole tbe sum of Four Thousand
($400(1.(10) Dollars, for such sums ot
money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed in pounds sterling of the
Tnitp-d Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.86C to the
pound sterling; and aJl such debentures shal] ibe sealed with the Seal
of tbe Corporation Signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by such oth r
person or i>ersons as may be there-
unto  lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1951,
at such place or places as the Council of the said Cor|X>ratioii may from
time to tlmo appoint, with the approval of the hold.rs thereof, and
Shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment ">f interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which interest
shall be payable half yearly on tihe
first of January and the first day p'f
July, in each and every year, and th-e
eaid couiKins shall be signed by the
said  Mayor.
4. A special rate on 111���- dollar
el'iill bo levied and raised in eacii
jvar, lu addition to all other rates
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the interest on the
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof wlip'ii due, subj.vt to any Act
or enactment respecting tho same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, thei. shall
be raised annually bv svelal rates
bs aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the sum of Two
Hundred ($200.00) Hollars for the
payment of lnteresi thereon, and the
sum of Thirty Five and i,; ln"
($35.46) Dollars to provide tor 'b('
repayment  of  the principal
f>. The proceeds of the sa]e or tn��
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying ih ��� cost o'' the pisslnu or
this By-law and ihe issue and sale
of the debentures therein referred  to.
7. This By-law shall lake effect "n
the 2.rptb. day of August 1909, and may
bv> cited as the "Advertising By-law
1909."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the as-
Bent of the electors of the said Ciiy
ln   the  manner required  by  law,
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
ReconsliiiTed  and  finally passed in
op>"n Council the day of	
1909.
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
1 m., at the following places, namely:
Th_ Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
sueet.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk.
City   Hall.   July   22nd.  1909.
NOTICE.
6    The proceeds of the saie of the sufficient to pay the interest ��ft��
said  debentures  shall  be applied  as debentures, and  to create  a sinking
follows,  aud not  otherwise:   Towards fund for the payment of tlie principal
the cost of the    passing   or thereof when due, subject <o any aci
paying
this   Bv-law  and   the  issue and  sale or enactment respecting the same,
of tbe debentures therein referred to.      5.    Subject as aforesaid, 'her,, slian
City liaol Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council oi
the City of New U estminster to raise-
by  loan   the  sum  of    Six    Thousand
($6000.00)  Dollars for the purpose of j
building a City tlaol and Police Court |
Room.
W hereas, it is expedient to erect a
building to be used as a City Gaol
and Police Court Room, and to use
that portion of the Civic BuildniH,
now used for those purposes, for othei
Tak-d notice that the above is a
true copy of tlie proposed By-law
which will be taken into consideration
oy the Municipal Council of the City
of N��-a' Westminster one month from
y_5V��8_��W_^ - ���������������� "��� - " ���
Columbian"    newspapers,   which  first  be  cited  as  tie  'Waterworks  Deben-
ture, By-law,  1909.
S.' 7'iii.=   By-law  before    the
hall   receive the
S-S. TRANSFER
T__ _     ��. p��� 111      rn______�� *
The   steamer   Transfer
Brackman-Ker whan evi
afternoon,  except  Sa'md tj
for Ladner, Steveston and w
7.    This By-law shall take effect on   be   raised   annually   by   special   rates  saturday at 1 p.m   rati
��� New
- day
P m.
publication   took   place on  the  22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
v   .lectors of the City win be taken V*** g"**^ ��� ,,���. saIi,
in  the  manner required by  lew.
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of August, 1909, betwe(-n the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
m., at the following places, namely:
Thv Council Chamber, civic building;
the Flre  Hall,    Sapperton;     and  the 0I"'n Counrl1 th*
provide for the payment of the prm-
Reciived the assent of the electors cipal.
on the day of 1909. 6.    The proc, eds of the sale of tne
Reconsidered  and  finally  pas ed  in  said   debentures   shall   be  applied   a
without  notice.
;'tige
.day of.
Waterworks      Storehouse,      Eleven.ii
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City  Hall.  Julv  22nd,  1909.
1909.
For freight and pat
ply to dI>
ROBERT JARDINE,
  Matia
I
City Clerk.
Mayor.
purposes  and  to  expend 'u  the erec-
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
NOTICE.
Take  notice   that   the   above   is   a
tru.  copy  of  the    propos.-d     By-law
whieh will b    taken into considerat on
by the Municipal  Councl1 of th-- C ty
oi' New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication there
of  In   the  "Daily   News"   and   "Dally
A By-law to enable the Council 01  Columbian"    newspapers,  which  frst
.'the City of New Westminster to raise publication   took   place  on  the   22nd.
Joan the sum of Two Hundred and ,|av of Julv 1909, and that a vote of
Thousand     ($234,000.00)   th,. electors of the City will be taken
Dollars for the  purpose of increasing on  _he  said    proposed    bylaw  on  the
the capacity of the City  Waterworks 25th day of August, 1909, between the
System. hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five !'���
Whereas,    it  is  expedient to    con- m.. :it the following places, namely:
1     ,.i   te    I'ornora- struct a" additloDa'  Maln  pil)<? Llne The Council Chamber, civic building:
that  debentures should   be 'or "?* cit-l Waterworks System from ������, Fire  Hall,    Sapperton;    and  the
'Coquitlam Lake to the Queens Park waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh
Reservoir,  and  also  from   the Reser- street.
tion of the said  building tlie sum o! |
Six Thousand   (.tltlOO.on)   Dollars,  aud i
thai tliti .-.lid sum should be raitfp-d on |
the credit of the Corporation.
And Whereas, It appears that if tli.
sum      of     Six     Thousand     ($000.00)
Dollars    be    appropriated    from    the
, -   ..       ���1       .       j.1.      J iiiity-rour
general   revenue   of  the  City   for   the
current  yeai- the rate of taxation  will |
he excessive, and  it is -expedient  that
such   excessive   taxation   should    be
avoided,   and   the  said  sum  should   be
raised  on
tion,   and
issued  for that  amount.
Aud.  Whereas,  for the payment ofl ,,.,.. , , ,     ,
interest   on   the   debentures  proposed \^J *?.the Clty_llmltj| on Lululsland
to be issued under this By-Law, nf.'l
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures whendue,
It will be necessary to raise by special I
rates,  in   addition  to  all   other  rates, j
each year during the currency of the |
said   debentures,   the   sum   of    Three |
Hundred   and  Fifty-three   and  19-100
($353.19)  Dollars. , .    . .   ,
Whereas, in order to raise the!l,e excessive, and i.  is expedient tiv.
said
follows,  and not otherwise:   Towards
paying  the cost of  the    passing    ��r
this   By-law  and   the  issue and   sale |	
of the debentures therein referred to. ._
7. This Bylaw shall take effect on Treasurer thereof or h
the 25th. day of Augusi 1909, and may person or persons as m
be cited as the "Hospital Debenture un(0 lawful|y authorized
By-law,  1909." ;;.   The     said   debenti
8. This   By-law   before    the    final   J>ayal)]e 0_  th_  fjrs|
passing thereof, shall  receive the assent of the electors of tha pul<l  City
in   the   manner required   by   law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the dfiy of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed  in
open  Council the day of	
1909.
nager
such ��� t.i.:
e there
'8 shall be
at such place or placi
cil of the said Corpora ,.^
time to tlmo appoint. . '
proval of the hold rg ,      .. ,
shall  have  attached   to I
for the  payment of Intere
rate of five per centum
the  amount   thereof,
City Clerk.
Mayor.
and for that purpose to exp.-nd the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand   ($234,000-00)   Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears that if th-e
sum of Two Hundred anil Thirty-
Four Thousand ($234.00) Dollars
be appropriated from the general
I revenue of the City for the current year   the   rate   of    taxation  will
NOTICE.
Take   notice   that   the   above   is   a
true  copy of the    proposed    By-law
which will be taken Into considerat nn
by the Municipal council of the City
W. A. DUNCAN,            0f _\e\v Westminster one month from
City Clerk.      ,ho daIe ,,_ the first publication there-
City  Hall,  July  2_nd,  1909. 0r  in   tbo  "Dallv  l.ews"   and   "Dally   ���  p"--- 1 ��-��� ������������������������ "���
  Columbian"    newspapers, which first thereof when due, sir. ,      a    ^
publication   tock   place  on   the   22nd.  o^enactm.nt respecting
Hospital Debenture By-Law, Z ^ nil^ZiZZZ
������
���diiium on
....
shall   be  paya. Ie  half
first of January and th, ,,     .
July, in each and every
.said  coupons  shall   be . .       .
said Mayor.
4.   A    special    rate -      ,��� do]lar
shall    bo   levied   and
year,   In   addition   lo   il]    -    r .. ...
on all  rateable  propertj .     .    , ,
sufficient to pay     lnteresi .,��� Y
debentures, and  to create a _._.___
fund for the payment , ,    .
1909.
should    be '
arly sum of Three Hundred and 8U(*   ���**��?*���   ,Mi'tlon      ��     ,,,
Fifty-tlnve   and   19-100   ($353.19)   Dol- avoided, and  the said sum should be
lars an equal special rate on the dol>:"s��l  ��"   'Y.'lY ?* IY0"?.0?'
lar  will   be   required  to  be  levied   on I 10"'   a,     Z\ ^1*1**  8h��U'd   ^
the whole    rateable   property of the iss!'^ ^ tba   amount
Citv of .Ww  Westminster I    And- Whereas, for the payment of ot   granting  tue   same
And,   Whereas,  the   whole  rateable J0*"**   on   the   debentures   proposed  Columbian Hospital,
property  of the  said  Citv, according   �� be 1!i,Mied und,er ����B ?��?*����� and   fcWhereas,  it Is  expedient
to  the "last  revised   assessment    ron | for creating a sinking fupd for the pay- the  sum   of   Thirty   Thousan
lliereof,   Is  Five  Millions,  Three  Hun
01
A  By-law to  enable  the  Council
the Ciiy of New Westminster .0 raise
by loan  the sum of Thirty   Thousand
($30,000.00)   Dollars   for   the   purpose
the   same   to   the   Royal
to
dred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.-
00) Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount of
the existing debenture debt of the
said Cit. ls One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   irre
grant
r  |.|iur ei-euung  a. ���-in-Piig iimu  '"' m. j.ay-   uie    sum    Ol     lliuiy    1 noilsiind    (J.'ld.-
'ment of the said debentures whendue, 000.00) Dollars tor "the purpose of as-
it will be necessary to raise by spec al sisting in the erection of a new build-
rates, in addition to all other rates, ing for the Royal Columbian Hospit-
each year during the currency of 'he al In this City.
said debentures, the sum of Thirteen And Whereas, It appears 'h^t if th--
Thousand. Seven Hundred and Sev- sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00)
enty-Four and 52-100 ($13,774.52) Dol- Dollars bo appropriated from the
lars. general  revenue  of the City  for the
And, Whereas, in order to raise the current year the rate of taxation will
on the said proposed bylaw on th
26th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
m.. nt the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building:
(lip Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Elev
street.
W. A.  D I'N ('AN.
Citv Clerk
City   Hall,   July   22nd    1909.
Street Improvement Deben
ture By-Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council of
o. Subject as aforesaid, tl
be raised annually by .,',_. ^jeS
as aforesaid, during the irrency ot
the said debentures, the
Thousand Two Hundred (j-
Dollars tor the payment ol merest
thereon, and the sum of , Hundred   and   Twenty-two   ($922.0 |   Dol-
en'th  lars  t0,  Pmvi(l1' f"r  the  ri Qt 0f
th.- principal.
6, The proc eds of the sale of tne
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, nnd not otherwlsi : I v. ir 8
paying the cost of uie Passing or
this By-law and the issue am! -a ���
of the debentures therein referr.d ta
7. This By-law shall take effect os
the 2Mb. day of Augusi 1909, and ma.
be cited as the "Street improveme_
Del i (ituna  Hy-law.  1909 "
S. This By-law before the fina;
passing thereof, shall ri i eive th as-
Bent of the electors of th    said Ci7
spectlve of the sum of Three Hundred
saiil yearly sum or Thirteen Thousand be excessive, and it is expedient that
��������� I Ninety Two Thousan I ($.92 000-'spven Huhdred and Seventy-Fou,- and such excessive taxation should be
00) Dollar's proposed to be raised un-152"100 ($18,774.52) Dollars an equal avoided, and the said sum should be
der the "Hospital Debenture By-law sPf^l rate on the dollar will be re- raised on the credit of the Corpora-
1909" tin- "Waterworks Debenture By l'1l"red t0 be levi,'d ��n the whole ratc'" tion-  and   that  debentures should   be
law 1909." the "Street Improvement
By-taw 1909," the "Incinerator De-
benture 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 Coun
cil of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter men
tioned, a_ v sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole th_> sum
of- Six Thousand ($6000.011) Dollars
and to cause tbe 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
($0000.00)   Dollars,  for  such  sums of
the   City  Of   New  issued  for that  amount.
the City of New Westminster to raise in   the  ,,iaiim-r required
by loan the BUn��of One Hundred end Received the assent of tl     .
Four   Thousand   ($104,000.00)    Dollars on  ,nP ,jay nf- ..   ,
for Street improvements. Reconsidered and fin:
Whereas, certain sums of money have open Council thi
this  vent-  been  expended  oul  of the 1909.
gener .;  revenue  of  the  Ctly   for   the
toi.
	
able   property- of
Westminster; And,  Whereas,  for the payment of construction,  Improvement and  repair
And,   Whereas,   the   whole   rateable Interest   on   the   debentures   proposed  of certain  streets  and  sidewalks, and ;
property of tbe  said  City,  according to  be issued under this By-Law, and it is expedient that certain additional j
to   the  last  revised   assessm-nt   roll for creating a sinking fund forthepay
Ihereof, is Five Millions. Three Hun- ment of the said debentures when due
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four It wl
Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445.- rates,  in  addition  to  all  other rates
00)  Dollars. each year during the currency of the
And. Whereas, the total amount or said debentures, the sum of Seventeen
the   existing    debenture  debt of  the Hundred   and  Sixty-Five   and   96-luo
said  City is One Million,    Two Hun- ($1765.96)  Dollars.
dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    One And, Whereas, in order to raise the priated    from    the   general
Hundred   ($1,219,100,001   Dollars   irre- said   yearly   sum   of    Seventeen   Hun- of      the      City      for      the
City Clerk.
Mayi
spectlve of the sum of One Hundred dr.-d   and     Sixty-Five     and
sums be spent in like manner, amounting   in   all      (with   sum.-;     ureal.*    so
he nee ssary to rais.-by special spi-ni)   to   the  sum  of  One  Hundred
and Four Thousand  ($104,000.00)   Dollars.
And  Whereas, It appears 'hat if the
sum of One Hundred and Four Thousand  ($lo4,00i��.0O)  Dollars   b.- appro-
revenue
current
NOTICE.
9(i-lno  year     lhe     rate    of     taxation     Will
Tak.. notice Ihat the ; V fl
true copy of the proposed fi law
which will b,. taken Into t .   .
by the Municipal Council of th    ������
of New Westminster ->n   m nth    o
the date of the-irst publication
of  in   the  --Daily   News"  and "Daily
Columbian"    newspapers,  v ch frst
publication  took  place on th   22nd-
*YY ^^���_a*a__ I*.1!4.0!-,- LnW.5_������ s!;i".:" rale be ��ee-siv_^a���d_it is expedient that ��' "J���* H^'. !        '  5
00)  Dollars prooosed to be raised un- on   the dollar  will   be  required   to  be such    excesslvi
r'er   the   "Hospital   Debenture   By-law levied on the whole rateable property avoided, and  th
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture B     oi the City of New Westminster;
law   1909."   the  "Street   Improvement      And.   Whereas,   the   whole  rateable
By-law   1909,"    the    "Incinerator  De-  property   of  the   said   City,  according
benture  By-law  1909,''  and the  "City to   the   last   revised   assessmenl    roll
Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    of  thereof.  Is  Five  Miliums.  Three  Hun-
taxation    should    be
e said  sum  should  be
raisi-d  on   the credit of  the  Corporation,  and   that  debentures  should   be
Issued  for  that amount.
on the  said    proposed   i r'la.  on th.
25th day of August, 1909, between H19
hours of nine o'clock a.m. mid live i>-
in., at the follow.ng placi . namely:
v, 1    ...,,.,     ���   , ��� T'i-e Council Chamber, civic
And,   Whereas,  for  the   payment of  .]._  p..
which none of the principal or Inter- dred and  Ninety-One Thousand, Four to be Issued under this By-Law. and
est is in  arrears. Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($6,391,445.-  for creating a sinking fund for the pay-
.li       Now therefore the Municipal Coun- 10)  Do',.'ars.                                              ment of the said debentures when due,
mon  v   a     may "lie  required'  not less jpil of ,,lp  Corporation of the City of And.  Whereas,  the total amount ot It Will be necessary to raise by special
than'$100.00 each,    or an  equivalent.Ne_w Westminster enacts as follows: the  existing    debenture  debt of  the rates,  In  addition to all  other rates
expressed   in   pounds   sterling  of   the
1  ,       , . (       ,        . ,,,.., 1 B   Hall,    Sapperton;    aa 1 ':-"
_!tlr-e^^���-^!,d_e^_}tu^!.-r_0pO8e_ Waterworks     Storehouse,     El ��� nth
street.
W. A.  DUNCAN,
C tj
July   22nd,   1909,
City   Hall
1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor said  CUy  is  One Million,    Two Hun-  each  year during the currency of the
One and debentures, Ihe sum of Six TI1011-
Twentv-two
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall be sealed with the Seal
of tbe Corporation Eigne, by the
Mayor and countersigned by tin
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be ther,.
unio  lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 195'��
at siicb place or places as the Coun
cil of tie- said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of ihe holders thereof, and
shall havi attached to them coupons
for the payment of Interest nt the
rat.- nt five per centum per annum on
the   amouni   thereof,    which   lnteresi
liPj'   be  pa- a 1,. half yi arly  on   uhe
ir 1  of January and  the first day of
:  uiy. in each and .v.ry year, and th
aid coupons shall  le- signed by  ihn
aid .Mayor. ,'pund sterling; and all such debent- nol  exceeding In  the wholo the sum and Ninety-Four Thousand  ($294,000-
1.   a    special    rate on   thi   do la-    ires  shal]    e sealed  with  the    Seal <>r Thirty Thousand   ($30,000.00)   Dol- 00) Dollars proposed to be raised un-
lars and locaus,. the same to be paid der  the  "Hospital  Debenture  Bylaw
The following is a list of thi
and amount to be expended on ������>���
under  the provisions of ih ���   S re I
i;p 9."
Improvement Debenture Bylaw
of  the said City to raise by way of dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand
loan from any person or persons. :>od. Hundred   (.1,219,100.00)   Dollars   irre   sand  One  Hundred  and
or bodies corporate, who may be will- spective of the sum of Three Hundred   ($0,122.00)   Dollars,
ing to advance the same on the credit and   Sixty-Eight   Thousand   ($368,000-     And, Whereas, in order to raise the
Of  the  debentures,    hereinafter  men- 00)   Dollars pro; os d to be raised  un- said yearly sum of Six Thousand One
tioned, any   sum  or  sums  of  money, der  the   "Hospital   Debenture   Bylaw Hundred   and   Twenty-two   ($6,122.00)   r !'","'   '".  '.,',','   ,
not exceeding in the  whole the sum 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By- Dollars    an    equal    special    rate on l*"'m,',1:l ;;'""r- l|!
of    Two    Hundred    and    Thirty-Four law   1909,"   the   "Street   Improvement, the  dollar    will    be   required   to    be
.housand   ($234,000)   Dollars, and  to By-law  1909,"    the    "Incinerator Do- levied on the whole rateable property
cause    the    same    to    he   paid   into benture  By-law  1909," and the  "CltV of lhe City of New Westminster;
the Treasury of ih_  said City for tne Gaol     Debenture    By-law    1909,"    or      And,   Whereas,   the   whole   rateable
purposes mentioned herein. which none of the principal or inter- property  of the  said   City, according
2.    It shall be lawful for the .Mayor est  is in  arrears. to   the   last   revised   assessment    roll
to   cause   any   number of   debentur-s      Now therefore the Municipal Coun- thereof, is Five Millions, Thn.   Hun
lo   bo   made,     not   exceeding   in   tho cil of the Corporation Of Hie Cty of tired and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
whole the sum of Two Hundred and New Westminster enacts as follows:    Hundred   nnd   Forty-FlTe   ($5,391,445.-
Thirty-Four      Thousand         ($234,000)       1.    It shall be lawful  for the Mayor 00)   Dollars.
Dollars,   for   Buch   sums   of  money of the said City to raise by way of     And, Whereas, the total amouni ot
its     may     be    n quired,    noi     less loan from any person or persons,   od.   the  existing    debenture debt  of the
than $1110.110 each,   or an equivalent or bodies corporate, wbo may be will- Bald City Is One Million,    Two Hun
expre sed   in   pounds   sterling  of  the in-; to advance Die same on the credit  'Ired   and    Nineteen   Thousand.    One
Hill   	
Front  sireet. .   .
Agnes street   ...
Dufferin Btreet   ���
McKenzie street
Lome street.  ...
First Btreet ...
Second street   ..
Third street ..   .
Fourth  street   ..
Fifth   street    ...
Seventh street ��� ���
Kighth sireet ...
Nanaimo streel   .
United Kingdom of Great Britain and of the debentures,    hereinafter mnn- Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollar's  Irre .!.,u,,";'1 s'ri>'':   '
Ireland,    at  a   value  of  -l.s.ij  to  lhe  tioned, any  sum  or  Bums  of  money, spectlve of Hi., sum of Two Hundred j���lrt*ent_ stree
hall   be  levli d  and   raised
n  each j"1'  t'"-'    Corporation    Signed  by
Mayor    and    countersigned    by
the
thi
Treasurer thereof, or  by ^m-h other the purposes mentioned herein
person  or persona as  may  be  thereunto lawfully authorized,
into th,. Treasury of the said City for 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw   1909,"   iho  "Street   Improvement
1.    Ii shall be lawful Tor the Mayor  By-law   1909,''    the    "Incinerator   D-
to   cause   any   number  Of   debentur,s  benture   By-law  1909,"  and  the   "City
3.   The    mid   debentures  shall  be [to   be   made,    not  exceeding   In   tho Gaol    Debenture    By-
ear, in addition to all olhor rates
on all rateable property of the City,
Stiff Icl en I to pay the inierest on the
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Ac'
or enactment respecting the same.       iat  such place or places as the Coun- : ($20.000.00)  Dollars, for such sums of ��*st is In  arrears
5. Subject ns aforesaid, there Bhall cil of the said Corporation may from money as may b�� required, not loss I Now therefore the Municipal Coun.
be raised' annually by special rates |,i,ne to lime appoint, with the ap- than $100.00 each, or an equivalent cll of the Corporation of the'City of
ns   aforesaid,   during   the  currency  of  ''    "'   "'     ''"''  ""     "  " '
I
Fourteenth stre 1
Hamilton street .
Dublin Btreel ...
Edinburgh street
London sireet ..
Tenth street  ,..
Alberta street   . . .
aw    1909,'
payable on the first day of July 1959, Whole   the   sum   of   Thirty   Thousand   which  none of the principal  or Inter-
.  Cohurg street
Ol     1   nld,    -,..-...
Uolth street
Royal avenue .
Queen's avenue
Fifth  avenue   .,
City Clerk.
Mayor.
, (��� *���'
N.TICE.
Take noiic,e that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster one month from
the date of th.. first publication there
of ln the "Dally N"ws" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, whlcb first
publication took place on the 22nd.
dav of July 1909, and that a vote nr
the electors of the Oity wil] be ta'<pn
on the said proposed bylaw on th-
25th day of August, 1909, betwoen the
ihe said debentures, the Bum of Three
Hundred ($300.00) Dollars for the
payment of Interest thereon and the
sum of Fifty-Three and 19.ion ($53.19)
Dollars to provide for th
of ihe principal,
6. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall he applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of die passing or
this By-law and the Issue and oale
of the debentures therein referred  to.
7. This By-law shall lake effect on
proval  of the  holders    thereof,    and expressed   In   pounds  sterling of  the New Westminster enacts: as follows"' Fo"rlh  avenue
shall  have attached to them coupons Unl'-d Kingdom of Great Britain and'    1.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor Six,h avpnlle ���
payment   of  Interest     ai   '"    " "'  "'*     "'    '          '       "  "
for the payment of interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which interest
repayment shall be payable half yearly on tiho
first of January and the first day of
July, in each and every year, and the
said coupons shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4.   A    special    rate on   the  dollar
Ireland,    at  a value  of  4.866  to  the'of the said  City to ral8e by  wav of S.?""1 nvPn,,e	
pound  sterling;  and all  such debent- loan from anv person or persons body- 2L__     nv,>mle	
ures  shall  Ibe  sealed  with   the    Seal or bodies corporate, who may be will- IT.   ?2 avem,e	
of  the    Corporation    signed  by    the Ing to advance th. same on the credit      n,h avenuo ������ , ,",,'
Mayor    and    countersigned    by    tne of the debentures,    hereinafter men-iHospltal stroet- '    lr
Treasurer  thereof,  or  by such other jtloned, nnv  sum  or sums of money i    chanan  avf'n"''  ���������     ���'   "
person  or persons  as  may  be  there-  not exceeding In  the wholo the sum 'Stre0ts  Benerally   ���������   '
unto lawfully authorized. [of One  Hundred and Four Thousand
. .,;.'"'���'
���  ,i)v
1
300
; I
���400
0
2400
��� ,i
1,400
1 1 1,1
1
: 1
1
600
300
,.,,��
���	
100
300
���:. I
;,600
1,700
1,000
2 500
1,500
1 500
1,400
0
3.    The     said   debentures shall  be  ($104,000,000)   Dollars    and   to  cause
shall   be   levied   and   raised   In  each |payable on the first, day of July 1959, the same to he paid Into the Treasury
year,   ln  addition  to  all  other  rates   at such place or places as tho Coun- of the Raid City for the jmrposos men-
on  all  rateable  property of  the  City, [cil of the said Corporation may from  tioned   herein.
the 25th, day of August 1909, and may jsufflcient to pay the Interest on the [time to time appoint,    with  the ap-1    2.   It shnll be lawful for the Mayor
be cited as the "City Jail Debenture (debentures,  nnd  to creat.    a sink ng proval of the holders    thereof,   and to  cause   nny  number of  debentures
Total
1,000
4,600
$1114,000'
By-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before (he final
pass'ng thereof, shall receive the as
sent p>f the electors of th_ said City
in the manner "quired bv in*
1 Received the assent of the electors
on the day of l!)on
Reconsidered  and  finally  passe,]   in
onen Council the day of	
1909
Incinerator Debenture By-
Law, 1901.
fund for the payment of the    t-incipa1 [shall  have attached  to tbem coupons fo   be   made,    not  exceeding   In   the
thereof when due, subject to any Aci,for  the  payment of interest    at  (he whole the sum of One Hundred  andl    A   Bv law to enable thi   Coi
or enactment respecting the same.      irate of five per centum per annum on Four Thousand   ($104,000.00)    Dollars'th-'ritv'nf v,.w Westminster
5.    Subject as aforesaid, 'here shall jthe   amount   thereof,     which   Interest for    such    sums    ot    money    as may  bv lo_ 1  tl e sum of Twenti
he  raised   annually   by   special   rates (shall   be paya'lfi half yearly  on  tan be    required,    not   less than $100 oi)  li-nnniKim 'nnlbu-s   for
as  aforesaid,  during  the currency  of first of January and the first day of each,    or    an    equivalent
City Clerk.
Mayor
the     said    debentures     tho    sum    or July, In each and every year, and tha  In
Eli v.-n     Thousand     Seven     Hundred said counons shall  be signed  by the ed
mi 1,700)   Dollars for the paym, nt  of said Mayor.
Interest th-reon. and the sum of Two      4.    A     special    rate  on   lh,.  cloila.
Thousand   ami   Seventy-Four  and   52- shall
100   ($2074.-ri2)   Dollars  to  provide  ror  year.
the repaym.-nt of the principal. on nil rateable property of th0 City,
($20,000.00)    Dollar
expressed of   building  an  Incinerator
ncil ol
pi -""'
the  '"'���|,"s!'
1 iniii
In.rator
ho   levied   and   raised   In   each  iires   shall  he  scaled   with
'n   addition   to  nil   otlmr   rateSl  0f  (Me    Corporation
pounds,   sterling    of      the    Unit-!    Wlr.-ras   It is expedient  f">'
Kingdom of   Creat    Britain   and ,,rov. .lien't   of sanitary  '"" :
Ireland,     at   a   value  of  4.8fifi  to  the  the   Citv   that   a   public     I ":,      ,���
pound  sterling;   and tti]  such  debent- should be built for the destrm
the    S-e.iil.refuse at  the  cost  of Twenty
Signed  by    the cmnd   ($20,000.00)   Dollar-
Mayor   and    countersigned    by    the     Ant] whereas, It appears 'hai '
riiini-
ti. .DNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 19���
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE BBVJSfi.
'i   is to be returned  to   | ..
channel, and the differ- .
:'-.i   shore   of   Kees   island,
���o altitude between point of dl-i.i
Applying   tor   the
1   and   point  of     return.     The
.e
cm n    '
and
taxation    should    be Vancouver,   British   Columbia,   in,.
said -sum -hould  be capital    of    $2,500,000,  divided    m
.,,   eo,   ""��� ���- "
[tatdebentures should  be fully paid up.
tl0D'/for that amount. (.)   The name
vvhere__. for the payment oi or  80Urce   (lf  unnainei.  the   di ���, ^��"7_f Tbi. no-
;ht,   deb_itures   propose tion   is   an     unnamed    cree     ���- Ion  ihe   7th   d_. vol
ill of the Corpora- 2,500,000  shares  of    $1.00    eacl
(i,)   The  name  of   the   lake,   sl
bj returned to river near  ul-'YlY'    ����ntalDin8    "0  acres
ime, aud difference of .-.-
; oint of diversion an i
rn is about 300 feet. Uj
vi   lan I  int-nde I to   be
:���   the proposed works will
SPECIAL SESSION OF
CONGRESS IN FALL
or lesa.
ALBERT HUM',
Pei   S.  H.  KORD, Agent
1   ' I June 6th.  1909.
�� MADE IN CANADA
Houses Will  Be Called to Take Action
on  Report of National  Monetary
Commission.
(d)- The  quantity  of  water  applied  01   below   tin    outlet,     B.   F.   DicWnB,   '    ,nii-       Dated.  June   6th,  1909.     Ap
i���ii ($1177.30) Dollars. Jtoj,   (in cubic    feet per  Becondj,  150 Vancouver, B C ll}'ln8 f"r the  "hole Island "contain-
,���..-. as, lnrtOrferhto-r��se^e|CU|^ f(_,gt perrecond. ���f   Ul0    Memorandum   Ot|,D8 60 acres mor,   or
JOHN   JOHNSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June Gth, 1909.
d ,,,,e Hundred a
.,. mn   l_1177.���0l   -
���aise the
jvarly sum of One Thousand One i (eJ. The character of the pro-'Association of the Company win--:
Hundred and Seventy-seven anfl *��;*"" posed works is the diversion of said authorized the proposal application
,,177.30) Dollarsaneg.ua] speciairaie CPeek by meanfl of (]um_ aitchi ni...: :i|li| workg f( .^ ^ follows-
' 'ti, dollar will he required to he natural waterways, tunnels ami pipes, (3) The objects for which the
Lied on the whole rateable property and lne establishment in connection Company is established and to Which
ot tlie City of New Westminster; .therewith of a water power plant Eor objects  the  Company  are    restricted1
whet, as,  ilie  wtioi.  raw*���   {iu, generation of   electricity for me- are the acquisition of water and water
f the  said   City, according cil;mical,    industrial    and commercial pow  r  by records of unrecorded  wa-1
of  water re-
Washington, Aug. io.���It is probable
limi a special session ol congress wi
be called in October, 1910, to take ac
tion   on   the   i. port   ol   thg   -Naiioua
. Monetary commission.
The prolonged debate on the tarifl
bill has inipei). 1 the work of this coui-
j mission, and it is now certain that ll
will be unable to make anything like
a complete report before next April or
Senator Aldnch, chairman    ot
May.
^
AiipI
IY-.,   lasi   revised   assessment   roll |pUrpoBe_.  and particularly  in  the op- jl        - by  the t, ,������!...
*** m_ it,    l>.   .,..       Thro_i     Hlin- .( _ __ i
District of coast   Range One.
Take notice tbat James Watson, ol
\ incomer, B. C, occupation, farmer,
at ends to apply f0r permission to pur-
the  commission,  realizes  that it   may
i Nineteen Thousand One Hun-
';., , "lii,100.00) dollars irrespective
,i J,.: vn of Three Hundred and
,.. Eight Thousand (.378,000.-
, vs proposed to be ra'.sed l'ii-
der ;,. "Hospital Debenture By-law
,'.���',.,������ , .,. ���Waterworks Debenture By-
jBW 1909," the "Street Improvement
;;,,,,   1909,"    the    ''Incinerator De-,th��
yJaw 19??_._',_?__*d *?���e_ 'l,CJt point of" diversion and point of   re- >' "" ;";
traction,   lighting,    heal ng,   manufac- :"rl"  ";   developed   power,    and     for
Hiring and all and .-very industrial or transmitting the same to be used by
other   purposes   to   which   it  may   be-1"' Company or  by  persons or corn-
applied, pai les contracting with the company
li-l  If the water is to be used  bn therefor,  as  a  motive  power for the
power or   mining    purposes  descri e operating  of  motors,    machinery   or Intends to apply for permission to pur-
.,. the place where the water is to be re- lecirlc lighting or othe- work, or to   " Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
,"    turned   to  some natural  channel   and il"  applied   by  the  Company   to  con- chase the following described lands:
A-PC-     . , ..... ... . cm       f,.-     l.i.nli.,..     ...     ��.     - nAth.n ( .1, 111 IllPn Cl n l*     lit      II      Tifi^,      Til.nl,.-      I
Per  S.   H.   KORD. Agent.
Dated June fith. 1909.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
difference    in    altitude  between sumei_  for heating or as a    motive
it- several months or longer after tb.
submission of the report  before con-
gress  will  be ready to take il  up  for
I serious consideration.
While rn, formal steps have :.een
taken for th-e calling of a special session the Republican leaders think thai
it will be necessary for the president
to convene congress in extraordinary
session six weeks or two months before the opening of the regular short
Besi Ion nexl y.ar for the exclusive
purppi.se of considering the recommendations of the Monetary commission,
Before Mr. Aldrlch leaves Washing
ton for the summer he will have a
conference with Representative Vreo-
lnnd, the ranking house member of the
Monetary  commission,  With  a View   to
formulating plans for the commission s
G        Deb nture    By-law     1909,"
:turn.      The water is to  be returned driving,    hauling,    lifting,
Commencing  at  a  post   planted   in
he hay at northwest corner of Maud; work   this  year.    Those  members    of
:tnping, I"'Bland,  the largest  island  in   the   In-  the commission  who in,, not  now  In
congress have been doing systematic
preliminary work since early ln
March.
Whlcb none of the principal or later-1       ^   Wth   ^ B    >  he *turn      ���ghtl__   cruShlnf-     pmelting,  drilling dian   group.      Dated  June  Cth.  1909.
, ;, j,, arrears, , th      . h      th and  milling or for anv otber opera- | Applying  for  the  whole  island,   eon-
���now therefore the Municipal Coun; F ��r near the plac.   where the]res * - r    ^ ,)P  talnlng CO acres more or less.
cll ,��� ,v. Corporation of the City of J^T  .^diL ence^of^^ ����� -�� "���* �� "applied for or in con BERGETA ^JffiBON.
" ", "I l"i._* If,,?!     .vor tif,n  between point of diversion   and nation wl-
8 "ufrifv lZrl��. bv J_v of I***- of "*��� is about 2200 feet.      |wh,ch, e,ec
said (-ity to raise  b>   waj  oi 'may ibe at
 ���_  nei-Rnn n- n.rsons. .bod.        (J)-   1 he   area   ol   Crown    lan 1      lu-   ,.���,..._.'
New Wei minster enacts as follows
1.  It
of tlie
loan from any person or P'-rsons, ._ ,
or bodies corporate, who may be will- I tended to be occupied by the proposed 'avauaD
the same on the Credit  works  Will  not exceed 80 acres.
(k). This    notice was posted on the
ing to advance
o. the debentures, herelnartor men
tioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding In the whole the sum
of Twenty Thousand ($20,000.00) Dollars and to cause the same to be paid
into tbe Treasury of the sn'd City for
the purposes  mentioned  herein.
2, it sluul be lawful for the MayoT
to cause any number of debentures
to be made, not exceeding in the
v,-;.., the earn of Twenty Thousand
ij.   i IKpllars for such sums of
money as may be required, not loss
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed in  jiounds  stp-rling of the
13th, 14th lfith 19th day of July,
19U9, aud application will be mad,- to
the Commissioner on the 20th day of
August, 1909.
The part of the memorandum or
asosclatlon of <he company which
authorizes the proposed application
and works,  reads as follows:
(3). The objects tor which the
company is .established and to which
objects the company are restricted
are the acquisition Of water and
waier power iby records of unrecorded   water  or  by    the    purchase    ol
United Kingdom of Great Britain and water records    or    water    privilege.
Ireland,   at  a  value  of   4.S66  to  the [for.
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall be sealed with the Seal
of the Corporation feigned by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by ��uch other
person or persons as may bo thereunto lawfully authorized,
3.   The    said  debentures   shall   be
pa.   le on the first day of July 1959,
at such place or jilaces .'is the Council ol ilie said Corporation may from
alme to time appoint,    with  tbe approval of the hn.ders     thereof,    and
shall have attached to them  coupons
for the payment of interest    at  the
���rate of five j��r centum per annum on
the amount  thereof,     which   int' rest
shall be paya Le half yearly  on  tihe
(a). Constructing, operating and
maintaining electric works, power
houses, generating plant and such
othvr appliances and conveniences as
are necesasry and proper for the
generating of electricity or electric
power, or any othe form of developed power, and for transmitting
the same to be used by the company
or by persons or companies contracting with the company therefor, as
a motive power for the operating ot
motors, machinery, or electric lighting or other works, or to be supplied
by the company to consumers for
heating or as a motive power for propelling   tramways,    or    for    driving.
hauling, lifting, pumping, lighting.
first of January "and the first day of Icrushlng, smeliitig, drilling and mill-
July, in each and every year, and the ing or for any other operations to
said coupons shall be signed by the I which it may be adapted or to be
said Mayor. |us.d or supplied for or lu connection
4.   A   special    rate on   th,.  dollar  with   any   other  purposes    tor  whloh
shall he levied and raised in each
year, in addition to all other rates,
���on nil rateable property ol ihe City.
sufficient to pay the lnterist on the
debentures, and to create a sink ng
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject _s aforesaid, ther.. shal'
he raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the sum of One
'Thousand ($1,000.00) Dollars for the
payment of interest thereon and the
sum of One Hundred and Seventy-
Seven and 30-100 ($177.30) Dollars to
provide for the r_paym_nt of the Prln"
cliwl.
6 The proc eds of the sale of the
said debentures shall b�� applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
raying the cost of the pass'ng or
this By-law and the issue and sale
of the dot*>nture_ therein referred to
7- This By-law shall take effect on
Jhe 25th, day of August 1909, and may
J* plted B�� the "Incinerator Debenture
By-law, 1909."
8- This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of tha said City
,n  the  manner required  by  law.
Received the assent of the electors
on tho day of 1909.
Ri considered and finally passed In
open (_pin.Il the day of	
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Tak,- notice that tbe above ls a
true copy of tti.j proposed By-taw
which will be taken into consideration
1 - the Municipal Council of the City
<'t New Westminster one month from
We date of the first publication there
"i in tho -Daily News" and "Daly
'-nitimblan" newspapers, which first
Publication took place on the 22nd-
Yv of July 1909, and that a vote ot
nie electors of th- City will be taken
"ti the Raid proposed bylaw on the
-ath day of August, 1909, between the
nours of nine o'clock a.m. end flve P-
m. at the following places, hamety:
y>- (oun.li Chamber, civic building;
"ie Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse,
street.
electricity  or  electric  power  may  be
applied   or   required.
(gl. For rendering water and
water power available for use, application and distribution by erecting
dams, increasing the head of water in
any existing body of water, or extending the area thereof, diverting
the waters of any stream, pound or
lake into any other channel or channels, laying or erecting any line or
flume, pipe or wlr6 constructing any
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir,
wheel, building or other erection or
work which may be required In connection with the improvement and
use of the said water and water-
power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or
maintaining any such works or any
part thereof.
VANOOUVER POWER CO., DTD.
Signatures: F. H. W. Hope, A. E.
Beck, directors; J, V. Armstrong, secret .pry.
I'.   O.  Address,  Vancouver,   B.  C.
[Seal of Vancouved Bower Co.. Dtd.J
nection with any other purposes for
ectrlcity or electric power
iplied or required, (gi . or
rend-rlng water and water power
for use, application and <lis-
trlbutlon by erecting dams, increasing
ih>- head of water in any existing
body of water, or extending the ar.^a
thereof, diverting the waters of any
stream, pond or lake into any other
channel or channels, laying or erecting any line or flume, pipe or wire
constructing any raceways, reservoir,
aqueduct weir, wheel, building, or
other erection or work which may be
required In connection with the Improvement and use of the said water
and water power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or maintaining any such works,
or any part  thereof.
VANCOUVER   POWER   COY.,   DTD.
(Signaturei   F.   H.   W.   Hope,    A.  E.
Beck,  Directors.
J. V. Armstrong, Secretary.
P.  O.  Address, Vancouver, B(J.
[Seal of the Vancouver Power Coy.,
Ltd.]
Pe,r  S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Cth. 1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C., occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
a small bay on north shore of Bend
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing SO acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
MM BABItS SUCCUMB
TO HtAT IN THE EAST
Forty   Little   Bodi-Js  Were  Brought  to
New  York   Morgue  Yesterday���
Five Adults Overcome.
LAND  ACTS.
District  of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
ands:
Commencing at a post planted in a
mall bay on north shore of Berry island,  dated  June 4th,  1909.      Apply-
ng  for the  whole  Island,  containing
100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 4th, 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase he following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
.the north shore of Crib isiand. Dated
.June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
! whole lsiand, containing 90 acres
| more  Or  less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
WATER NOTICE.
Eleventh
Cll.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk.
Hall,  July   22nd    1909.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that an application wlll bo made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license In the New Westminster Division of New Westminster District.
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant ls the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
its head office at the City of Vancouver British Columbia, and having a
capital or $2,500,000 divided Into -,-
500,000 shares af $100 each, all fll"-v
paid up. (b) The name of the bike,
stream or source, Mlsliloet Blver,
North Arm, Burrard Inlet, (Indian
River), (c) The point of diversion
is situated about 12 miles from the
mouth of the Tiver. (d) The quantity
of water applied for In cubic feet per
second, 800. (e) The character or
the proposed works, a water power
plant for the gen.ra.tlon of electricity
for merchanlcal, Industrial and commercial purposes and particularly in
the operation of motors, machiney,
electic MghBing, the operation <��
tramways and other works for wtuc.n
such light, heat and power are suitable and available. (.) The 'u'e"
raises on which the water Is to oe
used Is situated at or near high tide
mark at the mouth of the river. (g>
The purposes for which the water is
to be used Is to generate electric pow-
d beat tor traction.  light-
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora An lerson, of
Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, lady,
Intends to apply for permission to pur.
chase the   following  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of KlaoBsi3 island, a
small island south of Turner island.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying lor
the whole island, 40 acres more or
ess.
DORA  ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C-, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
bay at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying ror tho whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSBN,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Cth, 1909.
New Westminster   Land   District,  District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the  following  described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1469, thence
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence north to coast, thence toilowing the coast line to point of commencement.
WILFRID  DOUGALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
New York. Aug. 10.���The bodies ot
forty babit-s���tbe greatest number
since the great Slocuni disaster���lie
iu tb,- morgue today as the result Ol
the terrific heat which ha slocked the
greater city in a blistering embrace.
Five adults are dead, scores are prostrated and the ambulance nors.es
have to be changed hourly at the big
public hospitals, there art; so many-
calls.
Twenty-seven babies have died In
the fondling asylum and the other
thirteen in other hospitals and private
homes.
More  than   ten   thousand   persons���
men,   women  and   children���slept   on
the sands at Coney Island last night,
having   been  driven  out  of  the  swel
tering city to the seaside, where once
gaining  tbe relief trom Hi ocan  air,
they could not return to the oven-like
Hats and the city walls, hot all night
with the retained heat of the day. In
j the parks throughout  Manhattan last
(night  the   benches  wei\. prized  more
i highly   than     rooms  in  a  high-priced
hotel.
The suffering among \,\t. children
on the East Side is the worst featur.
of the seen.-. In the stilling tenement districts the fl'e escapes have
been turned into outdoor sleeping
rooms, but with little relief to the
victims of the  heat.
THE KIND
THAT PLEASES
THE PEOPLE
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
IS STRICKEN IN CHOIR
DURING CHURCH SERVICE
James    Pattison,    Prominent     Fergus,
Ont,  Merchant, Dies from  Hemorrhage  of  Stomach.
Fergus, Aug. 9.���During church
service ibis morning, James Pattison
a leading merchant of Fergus, and a
nietnetir of St Andrew's Presbyterian
choir, took a hemorrhage of the stomach and was carried from the choir in
a dying condition, passing away almost  instantly.
Several In the congregation fainted
and the service was discontinued. Mr.
Pattison is the only son of a widowed
mother. He was at one time a member of the council, is a director of the
Fergus Horticultural, the Agricultural
Society, a prominent Mason, and leading Conservative.
Re part il acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1757a, issued in
the name of WUUam Oleson, has been
filed in this office.
Notice is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published ln
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to mo in writing.
Wr. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlc-. New Westminster. B. C, August  2, 1909,
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
er, light an_  ...��  ..
x-,���,      ,    , ilng  heating,  manufacturing  and    an
_______ ls���herel,y B'ven that an ap-  and every Industrial or other purposes
nn at ion wi); he made under Part V. to  which   lt mav  be  applied.    (1)   U
me    Water  Act,   1909."   to  obtain   the water Is to bo used  for power or
'l ucense    In  the    New Westminster mining   purposes  describe   the   Place
District ot  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver. B. C, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ��n
the southeast shore in a small bay on
Compton island. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applying for the whole island,
containing .0 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated, June 4th, 1909. Applying for
the whole Island, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB  JACOBSON.
Per S. H.  FORD,  A .en-
Dated June 4th. 190..
TENDERS   FOR   STEEL   PIPE.
Tenders wlll be received by the un
dersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at _:00 p.m., for supplying about 74,-
600 feet of steel pipe, with an Inside
diameter of 24 Inches, and about
16,000 feet of stwel pipe with an inside diameter of 12 inches.
Specifications may be seen at the
City Clerk's offlce, City Hall, or at
the office of Messrs. Hermon & Bur-
well, Vancouver, B. C.
A deposit of an amount equal to
five per een.. of the contract price
must be made with each tender, by
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City  Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
July 10, 1909.
The time for receiving tenders as
above has been extended until August 16, at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
CHILD  COMMITS  SUICIDE
BECAUSE   SHE  WAS WHIPPED
Harrisburg, Ont., Aug. 10.���Because
she had received a whipping this
morning, thirteen year old Clara
Bra'thwalte this evening hanged herself In her father's orchard. She
chose a tree which he father, G. J.
Bralthwalte, a hotel keeper, would
pass on  i;i�� way home.
NeighlK>rs, however, discovered the
body about 7 o'clock, when It was
thought there were signs of life, but
as the telephone wires were out ot order it was not for over an hour that
the doctors could be secured. The
little girl had hanged herself with a
strap, and she bad drawn her legs "p
to be clear of the ground. It appears
that the B'rl bad been chastised by
her  stepmother   this   morning.
Rus_el|  Hotel.
W. R. Wood, Portland, Ore.
(!. V. Taylor, Vancouver.
Miss Tway, Harvey, B- C.
W, Thomas, Trout Lake
M.  Davison,   Pitt  Lake.
E.  Fitzgerald,  Pitt Lake.
Rev. J. Edward Rendle, Cape MudjJe
Mission.
L. E. Snell, Vancouver.
H. S. Brake. Vancouver.
Alex. W'allace, Vancouver.
J.  R.  Waldo,  Vancouver.
J.   H.  Hudson,  Vancouver.
C. F. Oke, Vancouver.
C- Lyner, Vancouver.
M.  Meredith,  Vancouver.
Windsor Hot.l.
A. Bellamy, Vancouver.
E.M arshall, Vancouver.
S. Arnold, Borden, Alta.
H. J. Pennington, Victoria.
G. IngUs, Vancouver.
J.  Jones,  Victoria.
James Ker, Vancouver.
Frank   Harris,  Vancouver,
Thos. Stamp, Vancouver.
E. K. Rise, Langley.
Mr.  and  Mrs.  G.  Howard,  Vancouver.
J.  D.  Rose,  San  Francisco.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
BERLIN   MAN
TOOK   HIS  LIFE
NOTICE.
District of  Coast  Range One
Take  notice   that  Albert   Han'.  of    ._._ p
Vancouver. B. C, occupation   farmer,'j^e   -^n8t'r'ucti0n "of" certain    booms
intends    to apply    for  perm s-uon  to  and    booming    grounds    in    tho    P1U
Notice ls hereby given that the
"Pitt River Lumib-r Company, Limited," having applied to His Excellency the Governor-General In Council
for the approval of a certain sit_ for
Il.-rlln, Ont., Aug. 10.���Wm. Schlle-
man, aged 4C, proprietor of the Cooperative Cigar Co., committed suicide
by shooting himsp'lf In the head. He
was In apparent good health, but lt ^
thought he was despondent owing to
business reasons. When he left his
home tie bid bis wife an affectionate
good-bye, purporting to go up town to
buy SOm_ groceries, but instead he
went to the lavatory, where he committed the rash act. Besides his Wife
he leaves one brother.
Toronto   Exposition.
Toronto, Aug. 10.���The Toronto exhibition ,the largest annual fair in
America, w.lll open on August 2S and
last until September 13. The exhibition this year will be larger and better than ever before.
to
purchase     the
lands
'following    described
ng   grot
River,  In  the  District   of  New  Westminster,   Province  of   British   Colum-
.���..... ..i,,,.-,,t-i ,    riuyiui-H    ��pi     ni i p ��-n    vuiuw1
/   Commencing at a post  plaint a  in b,a> haye dcip0a,led wlth tlle Honora
ble tho Minister of Public Works, at
Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a de
scription of the site thereof, and have
also deposited a duplicate of each In
the office of the Registrar of Deeds
for the said District of New Westminster, in which district said works
are proposed to lie constructed, In accordance with the requirements of
Section 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
3tatutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated June 24, 1909.
WHITESIDE   &   EDMONDS,
Solicitors for
Pitt River Lumber Co., Ltd.
Take notice that an application has
beqn made to register Annie Ryder
as tbe owner in fee simple, under a
tax sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher
to Annie Ryder, bearing date the 13th
day of October, A. D., 1906 of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
aud being iu the dstrlct of New
Westminster, In the province of British Columbia, more particularly
known arid described as Lot 23, Block
1; Lots 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 4; Lots
1,  8,  9,  16  and   17,  Block  6;   Lots  4,
5, 12, 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots 1, S, 9,
16 and 17, Block 10; Lots I, 8, 9, 16
and 17, Block 12; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13 aud
20, Block 13; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17,
Block 14; Lots 1, S, 9, 16 and 17,
Block 10; Lots 4, 6, and 20, Block 17;
Lots 1, S, 9, 16 and 17, Block 18;  Lot
6, Block 21, all subdivisions of Lot
203, Group 1. I/ois 10, 11, 12, 18, 14
and 15. Block "K" subdivision of Lot
26., Group 1. Lots 24, 25, 26, 27, 31
and 33, Block 1; Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
in. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,18, l!) aud 20,
Block 4; Lot 16, Block 5; Lots 1, 8, 9
16 and 17, Block 15; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13
and 2u, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
201'., Croup 1. Lot 7, Block 4 ot
Lot 227, Group 1, Map 174.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest In the said land by virtue
of any unregistered Instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest. In
the said land by descent, whose title
is not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act,'' are re-
puired to contest the claim of the tax
purchaser within twenty days from
the date of first publication of tins
notice upon you, and ln default of a
caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being filed within such period, or 'n
default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of the said land, and I shall register
Annie Ryder as owner thereof in fee.
And I hereby order that publication
of this notice for twenty days In a
daily newspaper published In New
Westminster will be good ami suffl-
clent servl*. thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this tth dav of August, A.
D., 1909.
W. S.  KEITH,
District. Registrar.
To Charlotte Cooper, James Anderson Laldlaw. .1. Laldlaw Estate,
IGeorge V. Wells, William Marchant
Smith, Edward James Thaln.
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that you will have
to hurry if you
wish to take  ad-
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^-.:%;-s ;     vantage of a good
'��>������*:<.*_���. il     thing, and also if
you wish to benefit
by our special offer in
Crockery
We have a few
odds and ends left
that we are clearing off. Call and
see our special cuts
in Dinnerware. If
you want anything
in this line or in
the grocery line
you will never do
any better than at
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS.  Prop
THE very fact that there are
more Great  Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron  Range*
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three times as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON     &    LUSBY,
Colum.1 ia Street.
WfSTMINSTCR MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
OPENS AUGUST
16th.
Enroll Today
CALL AT OUR OFFICE, 610 COLUMBIA STREET FROM 2 TO 4:30 AND
LET US TALK OVER THE ADVISABILITY OF GIVING THAT SON OR
DAUGHTER A BUSINESS TRAINING THIS TERM.
414
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal and Manager
FOURTH       AVENUE.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
USE
MUIR. MOSQUITO OIL
TO  KEEP THE  MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Everything for the garden at Tidy's
phone 1S4. ������
Rev. J. E. Rendle, of the Cape
Mudge Methodist Mission, spent a
few hours in tlie city yesterday.
For first-class cut dowers and any
kind of Floral wont, telephone Davies'
Greenhouse, R208. �����
i
There will be no shoot for the Dupont Powder trophy by the Westmin
ster Oun Club this evening on account of the citizens' picnic.
That light, delicious, wnoiesome
bread you so much enjoyed at your
friend's liousu was made with KoLun
Hood Flour. ������
Margaret Clarke, of Gibson's Landing. Howe Sound, applies to the water
commissioner for a record of a cubic
foot for domestic and irrigation purposes for use on lot 6S7.
A pile of rubbish 'n front of the
new Hall-Lavery block ignii.d yesterday, but the firemen from the hall
adjoining soon checked the outbreak,
which apparently was due to spontaneous combustion.
Th.- steamer Trader arrived in port
yesterday afternoon from the Todd inlet cement works, having on board 250
tons of cement  consigned   to  Gilley
Bros.
Th, British steamer Headley, Capt.
; Butler, arrived In port last evening
; from Seattle.    She is now berthed at
the Fraser River mills, where she will I
; take on board a cargo of 1,500,000 feet '���
of lumber for China.    Tlu- Headley is
2712  tons register.
Buy orchard   lands   while   'bey   are
cheap and become independent.      We,
are the official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Let I
Us tell you about tln-ir choice holdings
at Appleland.     A  new townsite and j
fruit district    along the  line of    tha
B.  C.  Electric  Chilliwack line and  V. j
V. _ E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway, j
[This section excells in the production:
of all fruits.    Come at once whily. the .
'best lands are selling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense. ;
We  can   sell    five,  ten,    fifteen  and
I twenty acre tracts ou easy terms.      1''.
J. Hart & Co., Ltd. *��
The fisherman, Waterman, who was
j fined   on     Saturday    by  Inspector  of:
Fisheries C. B. Sword for fishing dur- j
ing   the   close   season   the    previous
week, and took the month's imprison-!
ment in preference to paying a line of'
$60, has changed  bis mind and  paid
the penalty.
Don't miss seeing the "eighth w-on-
der of the world," the salmon fishing
on  the Fraser river, during the  present season; the greatest in four years.
Thousands upon thousands of fish to j
be seen. Visit the canneries at Steves- I
ton.     The S.S. Transfer leaves Brack.
man-Ker's wharf daily at 3 p.m. except     Saturday,    when    the  steamer
leaves at 2 p.m., returning same day.
One  dollar   return.       On    Sundays  a1
special     excursion   to   Steveston   and
return is made, remaining at Steveston  about    an    hour    and    a    halt.
Steamer  leaves  B.   C.   Electric   wharr
at li p.m., arriving back at New West-
minster at 8 p.m.      Fare, one dollar I
return. *
Work is being pushed
j under the supervision of
I works   on   the   tidying
j street.     The  grass  and
have lined bo.h sides of
!to the present nave now
las far as Royal avenue.
J tion of   this   work   will
...dernbly the appearance
oughfare.
rapidly ahead
the board of
up   ot    Sixth 1
weeds  which
the street up
been removed
The comple-
enhance  con-
01 this thor-
MOTHER  COUNTRY  OBJECTS
TO BOUNTIES ON STEEL,1
.
The Art of Giving
is to select an article both useful   and  beautiful.    This combination
will be found in my new stock of
S I LVERWAR E
Amongst  the   many   articles will  be found  Fruit Dishes, Caks Baskets,   Eread  Trays,   Toast   Ra   cks,   Butter   Dishes,   Bon   Bon    D.shes,
Spoon  Trays,  Napkin   Rings,    Child's     Silver    Mugs,     Child's     Sets,
Cream and Sugar Sets, Sugar     Spoons.
Glad to have you call  and   look over my  stock
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Glasgow,    Scotland,    Aug.   10-���Re-
Ispecting    the    bounty-fed    Canadian 1
I steel, the Herald asks, is it right from 1
'an Imperial    viewpoint    that Canada'
'should  grant   bounties on the prodUC-
Ition of material exported in competition w-it.h the mother country?      Is il
right   that   Canadian   Iron   should    be
shipped  even   to  the   mother  country 1
If    it   be  there  sold    against   liritish ,
iron? I
French Aviator's Success.
Paris, Aug. 10.���Roger Bommer, at ;
[Chalons today, flew In his aeroplane
for an hour and ti n minutes.
CARD  OF THANKS.
Mrs. Runacres and family wish to
iliank iiiP'ir trip-nils for the sympathy
extended to them in their recent sad
bereavement.
DIED.
PARNALLr���On July 20, at Bristol,
England, Thomas Luxton Parnall.
Thomas Henry Parnall is requested
to communicate with bis relatives.
Model Sign Works j
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
*
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FOR SALE.
Blacksmith   Shop
AND
OUTFIT COMPLETE
This is a great opportunity for anyone
desirous of securing a good business.
For full particulars apply to
..
1
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
*30 p. m.
j F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
+++++++ >������������ >+++++++++++++n+++++++++++++++++++++++++
STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY  EXC EPT SATURDAY.
LADIES' SUMMER
Costumes
Serviceable little suits, suitable fer many a pleasant
outing occasion or afternoon wear. Made of spotted
Print, Brilliant, Lawn, Muslin, Percale, Duck, etc.
They are two-piece costumes with three-quarter
length and full-length sleeves, all neatly trimmed
with insertions, laces, folds and pleats. A splendid
opportunity presented through this offering of securing a real bargain. Sizes 32 to 42. Regular
price $5.50 to $7.50.   On sale, each,
A SPECIAL UNDERSKIRT
OPPORTUNITY.
About 10 dozen ladies black Sateen
cotton moreen anil white cambric
underskirts on  sale at,  each  ���������    95c
Nothing skimpy or inferior In the
makeup of these skirts. Some are
full size, nicely finished with wide
flounce and frills in plain, hemstitched
styles; others have accordion pleated
frills. All the white cambric skirts
are finished w-ith hemstitched or embroidered edged frills. Sizes are 38
to 42 inches. Regular values, J1.25;
on  sale  each 95c
DARK COLORED APRONS,
50c EACH
Suitable for children 1 to n years
of age. Aprons are made from dark
polka dotted print, serviceable and
durable in every way. A special lot
to clear, each    50c
WONDERFUL VALUES   IN
CHILDREN'S   APRONS,
25c   EACH
Customers wonder at the marvelous
value of these white lawn aprons for
the small folk. Made Of good quality lawn and trimmed at yoke with
ruffle binding and ribi.on bow; bottom
finished to match,
on sale, each  ...
Small sizes only,
 25c
A  HUNDRED DOZEN
HOSIERY,  25c   PER   PAIR
Hosiery of every description for
LadleB', Misses, Girls ami Boys,
Through the special display of reliable hosiery at this popular pric wi
demonstrate our ability to give our
customers the best value and ill, widest  range  from   which  to seleci
About 2 doz.-n attractive summer
hats yd on tlh- bargain table. Tbey
are all Imported shapes trimmed and
fashioned by skilled hands into creations fit for the most fastidious In
taste. It is a Question with us or
gv-ttlng these various models out of
the way of thG new fall arrivals. The
price is but a fraction of their real
worth.
Visit the millinery section and be
convinced of the wonderful value,
each $3.50
LADIES FINP; COTTON HOSE IN
tan, black and white, 8 1-2 to IU
inches.
MK.VS HEAVY WOOL SOCKS, In
black, or heather mixtures.
Full ranges of sizes in all the above
lines.    On sale per pair 25c
UNION CASHMERE HOSE.
HOYS' THREE-QUARTER SOCKS
-i to & 1-2 Inches In  s'ze.
CHILDREN'S PLAIN AND OPEN
work socks. In white, tan, cardinal, sky, pink and black.
GIRLS' PLAIN COTTON HOSE 1!'
tan,   black  and   white,  all  Blzes,
LADIES' BLACK COTTON HOSK
with balbriggan solos.
LADIES' PLAIN AND RIBUKU
CASHMERE HOSE, siz-s 8 1-2 to I"
Inches,
in today's showing of 26c Hosier}
are;
BOYS' HEAVY RIBBED COTTON
HOSIERY.
GIRLS' FINE RIBBED COTTON
HOSIERY.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' UNION CASH
MERE   HOSE.
25c
LADIES' BLACK AND TAN
COTTON   HOSE,
20c PER PAIR
Thirty dozen fine cotton li<��s.- ln
sizes g 1-2, 9, 9 1-2 and 10 Inch; fast
color per pair, 20c 3 pair for 50c

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