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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
W" W   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
V(H
,UME  I.  N
UMBER lss-
LIFE
A8SURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & C
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
SI MINSTER, B. C,  MONT
>AY MORNING, AUGUST 10, 1900.
t
FIVIC CENTS PI._  A  JY.
VER REACHES
SUNKEN ENGINE
operations For Recovery of
G N. R. Locomotive Give
Promise of Success.
LOCAL MILITIAMEN f|(j[ DESTROYS
WILL VISIT ���.�����. P, Mi
A and  B Compani-s D. C. 0.  R. Will
Parade in Preparation for Expe
dition  Tomorrow
DEFENSE CONFERENCE
HANDSOME RESIDENCE     DEALS WIIH NAVIES
Home of L. Wilson, Third Canada Wants Battleships in
Street, Burned to Ground Pacific-New Zealand Will
Yesterday. Make Direct Contribution.
STtMR GEORGIA
ARRIVES IN PORT
RUN COMMENCES
BADLY EOR i
Canadian  Mexican  Liner  Brings  More
Freight   Shipped   Here  Via
Tehuantepic.
Ii lias been definitely  decidi
I  h ithe   Sixth   Ri-giiietii,   Duke   ol   Con-
llllllgllls     OWII    ItilleS,       Willi     li.,       i    ;li| 	
ta ,,,���. every Indication thai   i-..],i Amhulance, and the Vancouver]   The residence of Jaco:,  Wilson on      London   Aug. 14.���Wbll_ the Imper-
the efforts ot the  High School Cadets, will go io Seal   Elghtl    ivenue and Third streei  waH Ial Defense conference had  little dit-
pccess .       ,.,t, ti,e Oreat Northern  tie this week to assist In th. ceremon- j totally destroyed    by    fire yesterday J Acuity   In   elaborattag   a   scheme   tor
ii
t plunged   from the lei   attending   the   dedication   of  the afternoon and a large quantity of fur- the  army, as  explained  [_  detail
conwi \e     ,..,.,....  i  ,i,.. stream Vancouver   Welcome  arch     a   meet, nlture and    other   articles  wer lost   yesterday'
 H ing Hi,- of the officers was held in Van-lTh.   *  '
__
,.  Into  the
Tm. inoiuhs ago lng the ot theofflcers was held In Van-IThe building wns of frame, a Btoryjfound the naval question a bard prop
rl)   * U1_ ..   ,,.  oi Inactivity ow- couver last week al  whieh n   ...    __. and .-. I    i m height, and was owned osltlon to   .live.   All th_ colonies have
in the river having  elded   liai   although   permissicu   had j by L.  Wilson, father of Mr.  Wilson, agreed to pa. a fair share r_ the cost
the currenl  too been  received  trom  the governm. nts
the occu   int of the housi
Fireman   Met   Difficulty.
two W^^^^^^^^^
verandah   when  their    attention  was!
suddenly  attracted   lo  smoke  Issuing tl
Aftei
Iig I0 l"L            ri
"[���"].           (.'''ry   Cook  Of     Norm  of Cunaila and the I'liiicd States, that
*'"'"    r made i further attempt <m  the trip  was Impracticable owing  to
Rw ,1.obtain n  'as:  hold on the  lack of f Is, Tb. City of Vani   .
"m- ',''..  .      . .,  n  sligbi  mishap  then took ";i the matter through the
-,k   ,.���,���,, : ,,   was  unable  to  mayor with  the result thai  the Tour-I, ^^ __ -,,_ 	
i   design.     On Saturday ist association  of tha city,  recognii     r'"" "'" """   A momen, l;""' flam��f  Briiain's recent policy In th
CY' ll everything   having    been  ing the advertising value of the trip,  ,,'irM  ��hro>J.n :u:"' il  "���'> discovered cnliarirnn
"7,"    .       .    I    Vorehand,     he  aadertook  to paj   ������. cosl  ol  charte!    !   :"   '"���   ��""!<���  UPP"  floor  was  In  a The Pacific Squadron.
T ,.v':   and    this time met  Ing a vessel, the Rupert City, and -p.  ""��     A�� darm was telephoned to     When   the   Anglo-Japanese Treaty
f, making a record in  give  each   man   f    dollars   fo,   ex   ' "' '��'"    brigade,   number   .wo and  wa- concluded,   Creat    Britan  w.t.i-
''������'               in the Fraser river   pensea ''"''"     stations    answering  promptly, drew the greater part of her fleet from
;;:Y  .           till running swiftly     Captain  Johnson, senior officer ol  '"'" D<?ai "'    h-v,,r;",!   �� ]:'r'" Ieet the China wast and entirely abolish^
Lt_  dive, descended and sine.'the two oompi ia In New Westmin-   '""' ,!'"'  ,'l"'"i"^ bu��dln�� ��?  the "'" Y'Yh p^c net-'}- ��**�� ot "hk
,. attached to the en-lster was notified to this effect on Sat-   ,0SeJ',ne of numb.r !hlv.. ha!1 waslcould be used In conjunction with an
lof tli,- navy, inn the discussion as to
the particular form the contributions
disclosed a Bharp difference between
ie sitting talking on the.th(   Admlralty apd ,,���. Canadian and
An trallan delegates.     This was par-
cularly  true   with   respect   to  Great
Pacific.
The Canadian    Mexican lin.-r Georgia reached pori Saturday trom Bali-
nu Cruz. Mexico, with one of the
largest consignments Of freight lot-
local merchants whieli she has
brought to thia port. Th... consign-
dispatches, the delegates|mem also made the record trip from
Liverpool ti) British Columbia via the
Tehuantepec railway, which Is now
becoming recognized as a valuable
trade route fron Europe to ports on
ih,. Pacific. The Georgia discharged
lnii.-i of her cargo at Victoria and
then proceeded to Union for coal before coming up the Fraaer rive,- to
New WestmlnBter. she tied up al
the Brunett, mills where she will
lake a part cargo of lumber tor .Mexican porta
ha _
jews.
Insufficient   to reach  the distance.
Reaches Record  Depth.
|H. founil, ground    at llu feet
Used  Only  One   Line.
Th.  second brigade coupled on, hut
owing to the distance only co ��� line of
to toe greatest  of care  had   to  be  urday and has issued orders for a par-
' r'.,', pa) :.-��� oui  air tube and  the  ade <)f A :*"'  " companies tomorrow
diver dropping direct to tht   evening  at   the armouries   in  preparation  for the event,
The headquarters companies In Van-in0ge could  b��� brought  into use.    ft
couver   win  parade    on    Wednesday wafi   impossible   under   the   tircum-
niglii for a similar purpose and to re
celve final Instructions regarding the t|,
program.   It is expected that at least 1^. Baivlng of the property.     Most of
      lhe
ftuett depth yet reached iu the
tH. Everything was plunged In
ky darkn< md the current threat-
'l to pull Cook off his feet despite
weights attached   to
(. b^ and ��������� Groping around
e ai length touched what proved to
(ih_ Un! i , ��� the locomotive ai-
lo�� buried In mud, thereby settling
I question since the
i   , -    whether  the  bottom
fas hard nr soft nl this point.
Attaches Line  to  Wheel.
Acting on th, Instructions <>f Engln-
y M -,:������',v ol  the Great  Northern
iConliini- i  on   Page  Seven).
Hint plunges
[ity into darkness
Australian Bquadron to protect British trade and British possessions in
all parts of the Pacific, Tlie Home
Government sees no danger in that
part of i.ie world, and has full confidence in her eastern ally, The Colo-
^^^^^^^^^^ niiil   dp-legates    howevp-r,   persist iitly
- Bitancesjo prevent.the destruction of pictUrd  Japan as a rival  who might
Hopes of Fishermen For a
Big Catch Last I.vening
Were Not Realised.
EIGHT TONS OF PIG IRON
FALLS ON TO ATHLETE.
 ,,....  _,   _.   .,...,  ,,,.r.... I Co.      The Iron  had been stored in a
|<re house, and attention was given to soll,e ()av  become possessed nl  a deY-ooni over th,. office.      Mitchell was
sir.  for mor,. territory.     Tiny, there-
tore,  while  agreeing  to contribute  to
injl to take the trip, Including the |^^J.Yuro-d*ou.^Zn^jS^toT* ��'    ��* "**  ^
Th,- local companies
?i_..'" ." *!!!,rri"'*'!lnt l!''a _I.'_J_--I^e fuiui'tur. on\hV ground floor"wis ]
that there will be some tiv- hundred
accompanied
saved, but all upstairs was lost. Num-
e hall turned out  with several
men and a hose reel and aided in the
tlie    greatest
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ energy
^^^^^^ .should  he exerted io provide defences
______________________ .work.      The  loss is at    present  est;- <-.    ,i,,a_ own ,.-.,_,. .,���,, tr-ide
by the bugle band will leave the city  m.,���.d ,u abol��� $4000   whll  insurance/0' Ulelr own coas,s anrt trdde-
on   Friday night   by  special  car  for to the extent of $800, all on the build-J Australia', Fleet.
Vancouver   where   they   will  join   the jngi Australia    is already    building tor-
headquarters companies and march toi |))et]0 lX)ats as the nucleus of her fleet,
the boat  in  the Evans, Coleman,  nnd   earl   GREY   HANDS and Canada purposes 1,. do the same.
Bvans wharf.   Th, boat will leave al The Admiralty   believes   that   these
9:30   p.m.   arriving  at   Seattle  early        smooth talk to yukoners fl(,(,.s win prove   of   gre:iU,,. US(, if
Saturday  morning.    A  parade wil] be!  _        _ controlled   from   London,   but  to   this
h.-ld In the American city ki connec- Dawson,Y. T., Aug. 14.���Fan Grey, thi (_-anadlans do not agree. The
tion with the dedication of the arch governor-general of Canada, and Ids fl,.t<t tney gay woujd come t0 the as-
at   10:30 a.m.. after  which, so fa,- a.s  party were  met  by  a steamer above   sislanc_ o{   't'he  Mother    Country  in
From     reports     revived     from   the
fishermen late last night li looked
very much as if the hopes of canners
and fishermen alike, that the i"ui-
mencemem of this week's open Beason
would s. e lots nf lish in the river,
were moi   to be tulfiled.
Many  Finh   Expected.
When   the  men  shut  their neis  al   '!
O'clock   yesterday   evening     they   li.i.l
expected to find lots oi sockeye in the
river, Inn the nets had only h en
over the si|l<- tor a -hort time when it
became evident that fish were not
ruining well. The tide at the time,
however, was noi favorable, and it
was hoped thai more Ush would appear later in ihe night. Al midnight
the run showed signs of picking up,
but from indications at that time it
did not seem probable that tlie average would be over 200 to the boat.
The tishernmn in ill- upper reaches
did better than those toward the
mouth last night, this being a rever-
mouth last night, this being the reverse of what has been the usual
stat-_ of  affairs  this year.
Will Extend Season.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Although no word has yet been D
24 years old, and was the son of thewar<iec] t<) Ottawa, the canners have
Re"v. Arthur Mitchell, of Bordentown, now practically decided to ask for an
,N. .1. At Brown University he was extension of the season to September
known as a general athlete, and was a> an(j jt [8 expected that this will be
popular. granted without demur.      It Is proba-
 ble that a wire will be sent from tho
_.___, I headquarters of the Fraser River Can-
Ingenious  Convict   Captured. |_ei.s. Aspociation ,_ Vancouver, to the
Huntsvllle, Out., Aug. 15.���Joe fineries department at Ottawa either
Smith, a month ago crated a sensa-, today or tomorrow, asking for the ex-
iion by whitewashing his trousers at tension.      In  the ordkiay    course of
Pittsfu-ld, Mass., Aug. 15 ���William
P. Mitchell, a graduate Of Brown University this year, was killed yesterday
by eight tons of pig iron, which broke
through a ceiling and fell upon hun
while he was at his desk in the office
of the Stanley Electric Manufacturing
wi Is known the men will'be free for Dawson.      Many citizens    heard him
time of need, but it must  be absolute-
^.ijhtt   Throughout     Vancouver    and
Westminster All  Extinguished
Saturday Evening.
tbe day. On Sunday a drum head Ispeak at Minto park. Replying to an jv un(]er lhe cclatrol of the federal
service wlll be held in the tnornig tie- address, which was done on moose- government Canada's first ships
fore the men are dismissed. skin   covered   with  native   gold.   Karl  wi��� ^ moder_  crulMrg   aml lh(j  Ca.
  Grey said it was tlie greatest  trip of DAdIaaj|   ttlink   ,hat   lhe       should   ,,,.
his life.      He predicted that organized       , ,(l(, jn ^ padfic h au.
placer  and   quartz   mining would  re> thorlUeB   0n   Uu. other    hand,   want
suit in a great future for   .ukon   Ier-  th(,m [n    the    Atlan..;c     whencx, they
ritory.      He complimented  the many ro���id j()ln tl]p m?._ aee, ,_ a   Nortj,
Americans   assisting   in   the  develop- gea f)n  ^    .sll0r,es, notice,
ment of Canada and  the  Yukon, say-,
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ing that those now coming to H Do- j Finish by 19th.
Iminion are but a small return of 'he'    The  delegates are  ln daily confer-
  million people advanced by Canada to ence, and the Admiralty hopes that a
_ help develop the United States. scheme will  be completed and  ready
becretary  Wade Praises AC-!    The party will visit the creeks aod for presentation to the Conference on
'will hold   a  public  reception  al   Jov- August  19.
tiOFl Of Mission in Forming ernment  bouse. New Zealand, Sou* . Africa and the
I    Oamp  Dawson of the Arctic Broth- smaller Colonies have agreed to make
Board Of   irade erfiood elected  the  earl   an  honorary direct    eontrir-itions    to  the  British
'member  and  presented   bim   W.th   the  navy,  and   to  depend   o.i  ii   for  their
skin of a caribou as a souvenir. ! protection.
VALLEY SHOWS |
PROGRESSIVE SPIRIT
Vancouver an |   New     Westminster
*r. plunged in darkness for almost j
fn hour on Sal irday evening between
and 9:2n. owing to a slight ac-1
JWem at the  generating   statkn   on |^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
he north arm of Burrard inlet.     All I 	
((���ctridtj was cut off, th. lights ex-j _
Dguished. and ear lines Ued up at In Port Haney recently the secre-
hnlest time of the busiest dav In tary of the New Westminster board
feweok. [| ,v;,s harvestitlme for of trade, C. H. Stuart Wad,, by re-
Jiose ,!,��������� keepers who had auxiliary quest of the residents of Maple Kutge,
N lamps Installed and a-i annoying addressed a meeting call-d with a
fm* (or ti,.s,. who had not view to the formation ol a board oi
i[yesterday att.rnoon until'6 o'clock trade for the municipality. Mr. Wade
.e local powerhouse ��n Tenth street C-Ugratulated the people o.i tbelr eii-
N shut-down in order that some jergetic action and then outlined the
'"'''"���<���"���:.' changes might b- made in!work of such a body as they proposed
pe arrangement ot the large new to torm. "By your action, said Mi.
fansformers  recently   installed.    The ' Wade, "I am jusiihed in b-lieving mai , ^^ ieading   Interests
I ! .   IYZZ Stfeni ZlTZZlrZlIlI ^'Standard   Oi,   Company,   on   th.   one  Standard
l"1"!'":: are beln
Standard Oil Company
May Start a Rate War
New York   Aug. 15.���The petroleum of  the  oil  market   at  present  is  de-
.���,     ,     ,  ',.,  _   ���_i.iq   W|,ich   niav  dared   to  be  the  enormous  over-pro-
trade  is   facing  a crisis which  na    dl,ctim of lhe cnuie prodllct| witll ap.
lead to a world-wide war in prices be- palmtly no iluiication 0f the lessen-
ot    the i71g or curtailment of the output
The
Braoebrldge jail, and thereby making
good his escape. He was captured on
the Lake of Hays yesterday, and was
being brought to Huntsvllle on the
steamer Algonquin. When near the |
wharf, whe.8 tii. chief of police was
waiting to welcome him, Smith leaped
overboard, swam ashore and disappeared in the bush.
(Continued on  Page Five).
ERROR IN TREATY
CAUSE Of DISPUTE
EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS
CENTRE OF JAPAN
Communication by Rail and Telegraph
Is Cut Off With District*
Affected.
Tokyo, Aug.    15.���A    severe earth-
... . quake occurred in Central Japan yes-
blipm IranSlatlOn Gave Rise1 terday  (Saturday)  afiernc-m  at 3:30
m���   m      .ii    r\ \    4. o'clock.      The shock was particularly
To Trouble Over Antung-,flard around Kyote 0saka and ^
Biwa and Nagoya. All railroa.i communication   with   these   districts   has
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ been int.rurpt. . Many houses col-
Canton,    Aug.  15.-< Special  Corres-K8e,d .�������  maay  ^P'e  were  ki"eii
pondence.)��� It has been ascertained by     ^��__Y_
Mukden Railway.
the Chinese government that the real
goya with a population of more
than 250,000 and one of the principal
cause of  the Antung-Mukden  railway nu mU     east
ipa.,1,1        nr...      .Vi..      mlel'llfi,"      I ,..,n_l, lllli r ' ���
trouble  was  the  mistaken  translation
of  Tokyo,  was  badly  damaged.    De
PC B'lltl.iy
.g operated trom
substation temporarily.
[EMM MERGER
IS NOW ASSURED
Oil's      statistics    hi^^^
,    ,.,.,-,-v h  u, -, ��iie'pB___nWs_i__ and  hand,   and   lta   125    competitors,   big amount of crude oil in storage In the
ha.     he    it       and  district  of     New! and  little, on  the other.       An  otlieial   various   oil   fields   of   the   country   ai
V. t,Ltaste * wi.   fin"   in "our board of tt. big trusi said today thatprices   100 000,000 barrels
^^^ whicu     had     been     tending   steaoilj ,    lt  I
menace   to   the
Fapita| t0 be $30,000,000���Chater  Has
B��n Appi.ed For and Only a
Few  Formalities   Rsmain.
a valuable ally, a powerful support ln
enlarging   the  interests    of   the  com-j downward, would go still lower
inunlty generally, and in  bringing to there was any marked improvement,
puhlic notice,  matters ol   general  In-     The great
lerest  which    would    otherwise have'
been allowed  to  rest dormitiii   to  the
detriment of   your property and  the
financial loss of your ratepayers."
Mr, Wade suggested that in matters
of the agreement betweem th ��� Chinese "'. " .
and Japanese, governments In the mod   gj  ��  EgZSftX*^
__.n?s"                M           right.f-waj jWlth the clUe^ gj�� .flecred    Twvn.
s        '                                                     jty-one deaths and seventy peopie ln-
To Reopen Negotiations.             Ijui-ed have been reported so far.
The matter has been ln the courts j    One-fourth of the  Shiga prefecture
at  Mukden  for weeks and the Grand ' sustained considerable damage. Mount
the'Council  has decided  to open negotiavlhuki, at the  northern  end   of   Lake
tions  wi'h  the  governnieiiu.of Japan IBiwa, an extinct volcano, is reported
for  50  miles of the  road  at present.'to have collapsed near the top".     The
The agreement was made for the con-'shock was slight in Tokyo,
believed    the    Standard    will ' sanction of this road eight years ago j  , .	
efore | mal;,. war on foivi.ii concern
can pour   oil Into   tht. United Stat
stabiity ' ftve of duty under the new tariff.
(Continued on   rage  .'our).
BIIOKEi. STOWS AWA.
10 ESCAPE CREDITORS
RICH  AUDITOR  REWARDS ���
PASTOR   FOR  SHORT SERMONS
Montri
I tui
(rithln ti
Uis
15.���As  the   result I    pine Village ,Ind., Atig. 14.���Rev. J
arrangements    effected iiM. Williams, a Methodist minister, re
past  few  days the success ;celved  B  deed  today  for 60 acres
of
t'6 cement  merger ls now  ab
Ollltely
liai  th
prace h
Deputy     Marshals Sought     Him  From
Stem  to  Stern  Before  Vessel
Pulled Out.
New York, Aug. 15.���Several deputy
United States marshal, have reported
that Isaac Newcomb, a former member of the stock exchange, whom they
��'"n
land worth .1-5 an acre from Mr, aud
. , .Mrs.   Burgoyne Davis  because  he  de- I
assured    and It    Is learned   nvereci si,ort sermons while pastor ofl
new   consolidation   will   em-{the church   which they   formerly   at-
'he   cement    plants In the!tended.
t'-wha^^^ -  prevent  leaving  the co^iry
radian  Co__sol WaI c erne nt  CKm   edness  of  the  sermons of  Mr.   Wil- because   of   bankruptcy    proceedings
L_   .     um.ue.i uement com-i  _... i hlm> concealed him.
PVench line steamship 1*1
the vessel was outside
The 60 acres comprise one of  th,. three-mile  limit  on   its    way    to
""    Frimce.
" v  "����� been applied tor  ��d only liUn,a that he determined to makei       pending against
,,;;, formalities remain   o Z, ooZ Independent   Tho deed specifies the        on ^ ^n
"       The    capitaUsatlon of    the brevity of Mr  Williams' discourse, as :        ^       m��� u
"'."'"MKiiiy  win  bo  laii.iinn mm   m.i-the   consideration    received    for    tlie, ioui* ne     __    __
tear!   , *���:'������'   "'ll  be 130,000,000  m .,     ,
���la.en ! *:";��.lm-<,00 as at first contem-  land _
mle�� (pl which $11,000,000 will be 1 r     ,nost ferule tractB ot lana in tin
referred stock and $19,000,- county.
nmpn  Stock!      There will also!	
",,(1 l��sue    ��f    $5,000,001)   the ICZAR TO GRANT
P'-f ceni
jDno co,
p78. bearing . per cent.
Mont-. t:,'"'l'sl0l><l that the Bank of
feoya Tn ',;"'' "H bankers and the
lh..' , ', (-'"upa-ny as trustees for
frvin. ���'.;;:.U)at0..   ��""Pa��y.      J.   S.
AMNESTY TO DUMA
St. Petersburg, Aug. 15-���It is said
that the Czar has decided to grant
partial amnesty to former members of
which and was made in Chinese, but in its
translation to Japanese the meaning
of certain clauses in the agreement
was misconstrued and Hsl Liang,
Viceroy of Manchuria, who is very
much opposed to any concessions being granted the Japanese, called out
the troops to stop the work on t>.e
road.
__________________________________\ Governor Resigns.
  As a  remit of  the  opening  of n.-
Igotiatlons   again   Hsi   l.iaiig   has   re-
Tears Throat of Woman Who Tries to | signed  and  the governmenl  at   Pekln
has npiiointed Chao Erh  Hsing term
F_liH.UL BULLDOG
KILLS WOULD-BE RESCUER
LIQUOR IS HIDDEN
IN BALES OF HAY
Assist His Unconscious
Mistress.
fadnaf^XS* ^rector of the Inter, the Duma who have been Imprisoned  th, country.
,. Y,Z\i CemUnt   Cl>1����any, Or exiled.      There \S a tendency  here [officers found .
b'^> Practical^     iU ,,h" mer*Br had;,�� re'"-'I this actio,, as a direct seque ,h.s wife in a
lca��y completed. jt0 the  Czar's  visit    to    the ^le of been reserved
New York Aug. 15.���Guarding his
mistress as she lay upon the floor of
her room unconscious from an attack
of epilepsy, a brlndle bulldog sprang
at the throat of a yotKig woman who
tried to render assistance and fastened his teeth ln her flesh.
Resisting  the  puny   efforts  of    his
victim's  8-year-old   boy   to  drive hlm
away   he  continued   to    mutilate  tne
woman  until she fainted.      Then he
turned   upcu   the  boy   and   was   only
,    >. a w        .....     w-.i 'prevented   from    killing  him  by   the
Persons who had brought the   legal tlmely  arrlval ot    a    neighbor,  who
ac'ion    against    Newcomb    employed :drove    the    maddened    animal  away
private  detectives,   who   learned  that;from  the  boy  and   ended  his  career
Newcomb   to avoid service had taken |with a double charge from a "hotgun.
...    .     .-    _-,      ������,, ,i,e     Physicians say the woman will die
passage on the J* Toura ne andI the re wounds
court issued an order to the marshals e ^    ^ _,
to prevent the former broker leaving , _v_i__.  ._ _-
They do not
P,'"!!,-''!ii'u!m, 'i1,'11'.,"',1' Uillla" sovern-ihonor of the Czar
dun ""
i-
Newcomb _ baggage and
stateroom  wh'ch  had
     for them.    They search-
IwighT .mT'Kkir'kd.-rd's'^f.-iWce'ed the veS9el from the how deck to
,.    ,I     A ...-����.. "Iveu in the hold and departed from the ship
to the Duma at the banquet _.lveu     \xne^ ^^ ft WM�� ,eavlng jts dock
When the La Touraine was well outside  the  thre.-mlle  limit  a dock em-
OnX steamshTp" U. ^"J^** <>r not *** can
v^����8h Its ambassador i��� u,���..	
l,llll-v/'nler  Into nogoiia-l    Provincial    authorities    have insti-
'i H'J i   3n''' Ul" cr,n-'nited  proceedings againsl    stOrt*eep
m& commercial treaty with WB   employing   womt'n   workers   a'
night.
the boy.
Better Have Gone  Fishing.
Milton, Pa., Aug. 15.���Milton Shive.
of Patten,  Pa-,  yesterday    was  splitting  discarded   railroad  ties  when  ..
terrific explosion    occurred,    and   he
      was blown to pieces.     It is believed
ployee informed the marshals that that a dynamite cap had been cm-
Newcomb had been concealed on the cealed in the tie, and that it waa ex-
boat hy one of the Btewards. ploded when Shive's ax�� struck it.
erly Goveivio,- of Sliiang  Kiang.    The
troops have been  withdrawn and the
$1200   Worth   of    Whisky     Seized   on
Way to G. T. P. Construction
Camp.
Ottawa,  Out..  Aug.  0.���Liquor  vai-
t.-oiihle. will he settled
courts.
AN OLD  LADY'S  BUSTLE
WAS USED  AS A  BANK
entirely in the ; ued at $1200 and concealed in bales
of hay, has becu confiscated while
being shipped to the transcontinental
construction gangs    near    La Tuque,
 bue.
The  whisky    was    doubtless  being
e shipped through for Illegal sale to the
the    railroad.'      it  was
Port  Plain.  N.  Y,    Aug.  15.
than  $100,000 in  bonds,  banks notes l laborers on
and gold has been found hidden in the'carefully  concealed in  bales of hay,
house of  Miss  Elizabeth    Dlefendorf, i w'Hch   to  the  casual    observer  were
quite innocent-looking packages     ""���
the  recluse who died  her last Satur-
      The
contractors along the line are greatly
TS.��_%___ ,T_r_-i5M______sr ���* <""
���    ... , ._ . of the construction campB.
down.      If    further    search promises
returns.      Many  of  the  bonds  found
had run to maturity, but still lay nn-1
touched under a loose board, or tucked I ���
beneath a carpet, o>- sewed into-liie ]���
lini-ng of a dress that had not  been'*
worn for years. I*
One nest egg was found in a bon-i*
net fashioned in days before the civil ,���
war, another in the bustle of a hoop|*
skirt of the Same period.     Some of ���
th-e bank notes, notwithstanding their ,���
age, were as clean as on th_ day when ���
they were first counted out from the ���
'..'���'k.      They evidently had not  been ���
i..._dled since. j*
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Toronto merchants have formed an'^   Tacoma-Portland���Rain,
organization for decorating the stores >
Saturday's Baseball.
First Game.
Aberdeen     1
Vancouver    2
(14 Innings.)
Second Game.
Aberdeen     2
Vancouver      3
Spokane     2
Seattle     x
(11 Innings.)
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THE   DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY, AUGL.T
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council ot
*be City of New Westminster ;o raise
by loan the sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollar.- ior tti,. puipo*��_ of
advertising the City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand ($4000.-0.)
Dollars In advertising the City and
that 'lie said sum shou.d he raised on
tli^ credit of the Corporat-on.
And Whwreas, It appears that if the
Sum of Four Thousand ($4000.00)
Dollai'j be appropriated from the
general   revenue  of  the  City   for  th--
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p.
m.,  at  the  following  places, namely:
iTh-c Council Chamber, civic building;
the Flre  Hall, _ Sapi>erton;     aad  the ____f__.��3_! _f  I1!**
.Waterworks
'sueet.
Storehouse,
W.
City   Hall.
A. DUNCAN.
City v_lerk.
.Inly  22nd.   1909.
NOTICE.
Tak_  notice  that   the   above  i_   a
��_,_   t���_  ________________________   I'r��POSed    By-Law
Eleventh whlch wl11 b<" take" in;o considerat 0n
"��� the Municipal  Council of the City
i N. a- Westminster one month from of the debentures therein referred to.
tily liaol Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
the da-.e of the first publication thereof in the Daily News" and "Daily
Columbian'' newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 29nd
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
t". Tlie ptOC eds of the saie of the sufficient to pay the inter. _t on the
said debentures shall be applied as debenmres. and io create a Blnkmg
follows, and not otherwise: rowaraa fund for the payment ot the principal
paying the cosl of '-he passing of thereof when due, BUbJect 'o any Act
this   Bv-law   and   the  issue   and   sale or emu tin. nt  respecting the same.
5.   Subject as aforesaid, th< r_ shall
raised   annually   by   special   rates
This By-law shall take effect on  he
S.S. TRAN
'Ihe   sii-aii,--,.    |.
Brackman-Ker wl
afternoon, exci;
for Ladner, sn>.
Saturday at  2 p.,,,
^F��i.
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may as aforesaid, dining 'be currency_oI.Westminster Saturd
:  '
be citr.1   as  ���_..    Waterworks  Deben-  the  said  de entureS,  th
ture,  By-law,   1909." teen   Hundred   ($15 1   Dollars   tor
..   This   By-law before    the    final the payment of interest thereon and
"'��� day
,     ||
Ne.
the electors of the city will be taken Phasing thereof, shall receive the as- the sum of Two  Hundied  and Sixty-
A By-law to enable the Council oi
the City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of Six Thousand
($6 p.iini  Dollars for the purpose of Waterw����Mca
Citv
    uilding a C'iiy Uaol and Police Court [street
curr- nt year the rate of taxation will Room.
be excessive, and it is expedient that Whereas, it is expedient to erect a
sucl,    excessive    taxation   should    be building   to   be  used   as   a  Citj \_aol
avoided, and  the said sum should  be and   Police  Court  Room,   and   to  use
rais-d  on  the credit  of the  Corpora- that   portion  of   the     Civic   Building
tion,   and   that  debentures  should   be now used for those purposes, for other
issued  for  that  amount. purposes  and   to   expend  'u   the  erec-
Aud,  Whereas,  for  the  payment  of -,ion  of the said  building  the  sum  ot
on the said promised bylaw "on the
25th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p
m at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building-
the Flre Hall. Sapperton; and the
Storehouse,      Eleven.),
sent of ti-   electors of the said Ciiy Five and   86-100  ($265.96)   Dollar--   to
ln th.   manm 1- required  by  tow. provide tor the payment of the prta-
Ree, ived the assent of ihe 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-
open Council the day of   follows,  and not otherwise:    I'owar
1909.
W. A.  DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
Hall,  July  22nd,   1909.
City Cit rk.
Mayor.
interest on the debentures proposed
to be i>sued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund forthepay-
mont of th-e said debentures when dpi'-.
It will be necessary to raise by spec.a,
iai.s in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of th ���
6aid debentures, the sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five and
($835.46)   Dollars-
Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars, aud
that the said sum should be rais. d on
the credit of the Corporation.
And Whereas, It appears that if th
sum of Six Thousand ($600.00)
Dollars be appropriated from the
general revenue of the Ci;y for the
current >e_r the rate of taxation will
4.-10U be excessive, and it is expedient that
such    excessive    taxation    should    be
Waterworks Debenture By
Law, 1909.
iy loan the Bum of Two Hundred and
'hirty-Four   Thousand    (1234,000.00)
A   By-law to  enable  the  Council  01
'he dty of New Westminster to raise
[	
Dollars for the purpose of
the  capacity of the  Ci
System, ^^^^^^^
Wlier.as,    it  is  expedient  to
struct  an   additional   Main   Pipe
con-
Llne
, iRr
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
Hundied and Forty-Five ($5,.91,44..-
00)  Dollars.
Au i. Whereas, the total amount ot
the existing debenture debt of tbe
said  City is One Million,    Two Hun-
And,   Whereas,   in   order   to   raise avoided, and the said sum -hould be
th-    said   yearly   sum   of   Two   Hun- raised  on  the credit  of  the  Corpora- . ,        . .__.__.__  	
dre-i    and   Thirty-Five     and     46-100  tion,  and   that   debentures  should   be J��r *** ��ity Waterworks System from
($2_."..46j  Dollars an equal special rate issued for that amount. iCoqultlam  Lake  to the  Queen's  Park
on   tiie  dollar will   be  required  to  be      And,  Whereas,  fo
levied on the whole rateable pioperty Interest   on   tlie   d
of the City of New Westminster; to  be issued  under this By-Law, atd
And.   Whereas,   the   whole  rateable for creating a sinking fund forthepay-
property  cf the  said   City,  according  ment of the said debentures when due.
It will be nec-ssary to raise by special
rates,  in  addition to all  other rates.
each year during the currency of th,-
said   debentures,   tlie   sum   of    Three
Hundred   and   Fifty-three   and  19-100
($353.19)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, In order to raise the
said yearly sum of Thre,- Hundred and
r  the  payment of ji��-*ervoir,   and  also   from   the  Reser-
ntures   proposed  v,,ir to Ule city limits on Lulu Island,
and   for  that   purpose  io  expend   the
[sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Pour
Thousand  ($234,000.00)  Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears 'hat if the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-
Four Thousand ($2.4.011) Dollars
be appropriated from the general
revenue of the City for the current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such    excessive   taxation   should    be
NOTICE.
'i'.ik,. notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-iaw
which will h taken into considerat on
by ��� slunicipal Councl1 of th-- Cty
of N'i w Westminster one month from
tb, da ,- of th<- first publication th ire
of in ihe "Daily News" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which frst
p . ition took 1 lac on the 22nd.
rla-- of July l!i"9. and that a vote of
the electors of tlia City will be taken
increasing on , >;x\.\ proposed bylaw on the
Waterworks 25th day of August, lf.ofi, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
ni.. at the following places, namely:
Th Council Chamber, civic building;
tin Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv  Clerk.
City   Hall.   July  22nd.   1909.
paying   the  cost   of  ihe    pas�� ng    "
this   Hy-law  and   the   Issue  anil   sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This Bylaw shall lak.- effect on
the 25th. day of Augusi 1909, a.i 1 may
be cited as the "Hospital Debenture
By-law, 1909."
8. This By-law befor.- the final
passing thereof, shall reci ve the assent of the electors of the said City
in   the   manner required   ''���   law-
Received the assent of ibe electors
on the day of 1!'"!'-
Reconsidered  and  finally  passed  In
Returning,   leav
week day morning
Additional    trip
leaving New Westn
Tills schedule
without notice.
For freight and p ,  .
ply to
ROBERT 1
a
M
linst
Sli:, j-
>f,   Or   i,
Open   Council  thv
1909.
City Clerk.
.div  Of.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Tak,- notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will b,, taken Into considerat on
by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster one month trom
the da'e ot Hn first publication thereot   In   the   "Daily   News"   and   "Dally
Treasurer Uiereo
person  or  persons as  may
unio lawfully author!;
_.    Th.-     said   .lv ,
payable on the firs, ,1
at such place nr pl
cil  of  lhe  said  C r; ���
time  to  limo  appoli
proval   of  the   bo.d is
shall  have attached ',
fur   ihe   paynip 11. ol   Ini
rale of five per centum
the  amount   thereof,
shall   he   paya le  half
first of January and
July, In each and ei
said coupons  shall   I -
said Mayor,
4. A special rat.
shall be levied and i
y.ar. In addition lo all
on all rateable property
suffiei. nt to pay the iir
debentures, and to cr,.
fund for the payment ol
""_e
INE,
....
��� ther
e
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909.
Columbian"    newspapers,  which   frst  'berp-of when due, subjec
publication  tork  place in the  22nd
day  of July 191)9, and that a  vote or
the electors of the City will be taken
on  the said   proposed   bylaw on  tho as  aforesaid,  during th,
Or cnaitm, nt respecting t!
5.   Subject as aforesaid
be   raised   annually   by
ball i,.
���
'���   Com,:
I :,
the ap.
���������',  ua
���  m
���  ',.
Interest
' day of
' ���
' 1   1 thi
do::ar
- ntq
��������� Cit..
r'-' '0 tie
a sitjraf
MM
m; Act
s__.
..1
ciai m���.
00." Dollars proposed to he raised un
der the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By
law   1909,"   the  "Street   Improvement  to
enable  the Council ol
Westminster ;o raise
m of Thirty  Thousand
Dollars   for   the   purpose
And.  Whenas,   the  whole  rateable .Interest  on   the   debenture's "proposed Columbian llospit-.l""''  *��  "^   U��jal
property  of the   said   City,  according!'0  be issl,ed under this By-Law, and      Whereas    it  k   .median.   t���
tin-   last   revised   assessment    roll ifor creating a sinking fund for the pay th '"   ~
of New   Westminstei
And,  Whereas,  for  the  payment of of
-  Brant
By-law 1909," the "Incinerator De- .hereof, "is' Wvi'"Millions." Thr�� Hum jment of the said debentures when du_, OOO.OO.'oollailJ fir _h_ ^__1__ IY
benture By-law 1909," and the "City dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four ��t will be necessary to raise by spec, ai slsting in heYrecti ,_���_ ,' !��� ? ,t' .
Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    ot  Hundred   and   Forty-Five   (.5.891,446, i''ateS-  In  addition to  all  other rates, l,i    _r   1       , ,n   '    , '
which ���one of the principal or inter- 00)  Dollars. each year during the currency of the al in this City        Columbian Hospit.
est is in  arrears. And,  whereas,  the total amount or sill��- debentures, the sum of Thirteen      And Whereas   it cnt__     ti   , 1, ,1
Now therefore tie Municipal Coun- th.   existing    debenture  debt of  the Thousand,   Seven  Hundred   and   Sev- _uTof   tS tLE'uSo 00.00
cil of the Corporation of the City of said  Cit)  ls One  Million,    Two Hun- onty-Pour and 52-100 ($13,774.52) Dol- Dollan     ��� 1JU,u?and ($30,000.00)
New WestmlnBter enacts as follow
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, bod..
or bodies corjKirate, who may be willing to advance the same on the cretin
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding In the whole the sum
Of Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars
and
and Ninety-Two Thousand
00) Dollars proposed to be raised un
der the "Hospital Debenture Bylaw
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909," the "Incinerator De-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ benture By-law 1909," and the "City
10 cause the same to be Paid into Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," or
the Treasury of the said City for the which none of the principal or inter-1'��
purposes  mentioned herein. est  is  In  arrears.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor Now therefore the Municipal ('oun-
to cause any number of debentures oil of the Corporation of the City of
to be made, not exceeding in tho New WestmlnBter enacts as follows:
whol,. the sum of Four Thousand 1. u shall be lawful for the Mayor
($10011.00) Dollars, for such sums "t 0f the said City to raise hy way or
money as may be required, not less loan from any person or persons, body
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent or bodies corporate, who may be will-
expressed in pounds sterling of the jng to advance the same on the credit
United Kingdom of Croat Britain and of the debentures, hereinafter men-
Ireland, at a value of 4.860 to ihe tioned, arv sum or sums of money,
pound sterling; and aj] such debent- not exceeding in the whole the sum
ures shall ibe sealed with the S-al of- SJx Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars
of the Corporation signed by the and to cause the same to be paid into
Mayor and countersigned by the the Treasury of the said City for the
Treasurer  thereof, or  by such oth r purposes mentioned herein.
2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
jto  cause  any  number of  debentures
lo   be   made,    not  exceeding  in   the
whole   the   sum   of     Six   Thousand
($6000.00)   Dollars,  for such  sums of
26th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nin,- o'clock a.m. and five P-
im., at the following places, namely:
Th-.- Council Chamber, civic building;
the Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
CUv Clerk.
Citv   Hall.  July   22nd,   1909.
��� :	
Street Improvement Debenture By-law, 1909.
_....._.   .ccuu.  ui  me   _uy   tor  tne A   Bylaw to enable  the  Councl!  or
And, Whereas, In order to raise the current year the rate of taxation will 'be City of New Westminster 10 raise
itl yearly Sum of Thirteen Thousand be ���������-��������   -- ��� ������ ���--            ""   '��� "
Seven Hundred and Seventy-Four and sue-         	
52-100  ($13,774.52)    Dollars    an equal avoided, and  the said sum should be for Street  Improvements
special rate on the dollar will be re- raised on  the credit of the Corpora-:   Whereas, certain sums of money hav
quired to be levied on the whole rate- tion,  and   that   debentures  should   he this   v.iu-   been   expended   oul  of   th
:��� ri.-nt ot
rs   be   appropriated   from    the
general   revenue  of  the  City   for  the
dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,     One:lars-
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars  irre      . ...   	
spective of the sum of Three Hundred i!,altl yearly Sum 0f Thirteen Thousand he excessive   and  _ ~i_ WwfZiiff. ,'f",   bvlom" ,i,_"_,.,',",  '^f~n'f
(1.82,000,Ifeyen Hundredand Seventy-Fo,.. and ^mTZS^SAS^^^ V'It^YI Sl&O.OO,
Hundred and
Dollars
person  or  persons  as  may  be  thereunto lawfully authorized.
3.    The     said   debentures   shall   be '
payable on the first day of July 1959,
at such place or places as the Coun-
able   property- of   the   City  of   New issued for that amo
Westminster; |    And,   	
And,   Whereas,  the  whole  rateable Interest  on   the   debenture's  proposed of
property of the said  City, according to be issued under this By-Law, and I
to   the   last  revised   assessment   roll for creating asinkingfund forthepay
thereof,  is Five Millions, Three Hun-  ment of the said debentures when due
.   ,   .... , unt- Igenen-i  revenue of  .he Ctiy  for  the
Anu,  w nereas, for the payment of |construction, improvement and repair
certain streets and sidewalks, and
t is expedient that certain additional
sums be spent in like manner, amount-
  'ng  In  all    (with  sums    alread.   so
Hundred   nnd   Forty-Five   ($5,3.1.445.'- ...fes" __T ad.nT<m Y'lIiYl^ SpeC'a'  "","_,   "'   \he  S"m   of  0:'-'  Hundr, ,I
00) Dollars. _frh i.    ,  .       .     *" other ra,l'Sl u,ld Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dol-
And   Whereas, the total amount of ZSS&tSS't^ ^^ ��f "" liiTS'
the   existing    debenture  debt  of  the Hundred   and   Sixty-Five
said  City is One Million,    Two Hun-  ($1765.96)  Dollar." l8and   (fl0W0��.00.   Dollars   b.-  appro-
one     And, Whereas, m order to raise the jprlated   from   the   gsneral   revehue
urrencj  r
i.he said debentures, th. of Five
Thousand Two Hundred ($5,2 v
Dollars for the payment 1 interest
thereon, and the sum    of Hu_.
di-.-d   and   Twenty-two   d'-   i.O ���  hilars  to  provide for the repay
the principal. ^^^^^^
fi. Tlie proc-.-eds of the tl, 0'V.>
said debentures shall be applied u
follows, and not otherwise 1 wartu
paying the eost of the I a ng 0!
this Hy-law and the issue and sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By law shall taki- ��� ffect Oil
the 26tb. flay of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "Street Improvement
Debenture  Hy-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive th-assent of the eleclor. of tli ��� id Ciiy
in   the  manner required   1      aw,
Received the assent of v, el 'toi*
on the day of, ,   . . 1909.
Reconsidered and fin. .-! In
open Council the day of	
1909.
City Clerk.
Mayo
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four It will I>p nerp��_ir_ ,r   .,     ,
cr..-j .   ___   ��,_ .   _.,         _p. .".*  *<��� n"> 00 nic'ssaiy to raise by special  Bp,
uures^ the sum of Seventeen |    And Whereas, It ap|*>ar.. thai if th.
and
96-1U0 sum of One Hundred and Four Thou-
dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,           .��� ^	
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars Irre- said yearly sum of Seventeen Hun-jof the C'iiy for the current
spectlve of the sum of One Hundred dred and Sixty-Five and 96-100 year the rate of taxation Will
and   Sixty-Four   Thousand    ($164,000.-  ($1765.96) Dollars an equal special rate|be excessive, and It is expedient that
excessive    taxation    should    be
00)  Dollars proDosed to be raised un- on   the dollar  win   h_"    ���������,- a  ,     ���    _    ,
ter  the   "Hospital  Debenture   By-law fevied oS��lhe whole'.ateaT    "   �� ""
>    Water���orko n_h,.���f,,,._ n..   ����� ...    ���,.       . .. ����>_��<m.wu
1909,'; the "Waterworks Deb,"nt..7oB..;^ anv  ����e  s:llu s��"> "hould  be
law   1909,"  the "Street   Improvement
By-law  1909,"
benture
Gaol
which
raise,  on   the cred t of  Ihe  Corporation,  and  that debentures should   be
ayment of
s  proposed
By-Law, and
NOTICE.
Tak,. notice that the ���'' v, is a.
true copy of the pi pos 1 B law
which will bg taken In ��� lerat"_
by the Municipal Com,, ol the CV
of New Westminster    n nth li
the date of tlie 'Irst pu 11 there.
of in the "Daily News' and l-'.y
Columbian" newspapers, ch frst
publication took place on th ___���
'lay of July 1909, and Ihat a vote o(
Hie electors of the City svl . be taW
on the said proposed ' iw nn tb.
25th day of August, jy,,;,. between tbe
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p.
San^ro^nv01.. Z^' ^f ? S_]JV? '^^ssTnLSS ?_. ^ Si^"ihIZT^��li^ ]     -��. ,. a u,
F^S^&E&^t?^ HUbdS _n��� 'Hg^SS -d  amount to  be expend,-.! on ea.
���_    ,  _. v_.��    ���_.   _*c  loouvu   uuul-i   ung   uy-L#_lw
vr      'n. arr,ears-,     ���    ,, Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445--  for creating a sinking fund for the pay-
^^^^^^^_^^^      ...  -___ ....... -, ,.Nofw *he^fore lh,e Municipal Coun- 00) Dollars. ment of the said debentures whendue
cll of the said Corporation  may from  money  as  may  be  required,  not less l^*1 or  ���e corporation of tihe City of i    And   Whereas,  the total amount or It will be necessary to raise bv special
time  to time appoint,    with the ap- than  $100.00 each,    or an equivalent; New Westminster enacts as follows:    the   existing    debenture  debt  of  the'rates, in  addition to all other rates
proval  of  the  holders    thereof,    and  expressed   in   pounds   sterling  of  the'    L    It shall be lawful for the Mayor Bald Citv is rin_ Minion     t....   _..-   _--v.  	
Shall have attached to them coupons United Kingdom of Great Britain and
for the rayment of Interest at the Ireland, at a value of 4.806 to the
rate of five per centum per annum on pound sterling; and all such debent-
the amount thereof, which interest ures shall ibe sealed with the Seal
shall be payable half yearly on uhe of the Corporation Blgned by the
first of January and the first day of Mayor and countersigned by the
July, in each and every year, and the Treasurer thereof, or by such other
said coii|ions shall be signed by ihe person or persons a.s may be ther,..
said Mayor. unio lawfully authorized.
4. A special rate on the dollar 3, The said debentures shall be
shall bo levied and raised In each payable on the first day of July 1959
year, in addition to all other rates, at such place or places as the Coun
on all rateable property of the City, cll of the said Cor|K>ratlon may from
sufficient to pay the Interest on the time fo limo appoint, with the ap-
debenuiros, and to create a sinking proval of the holders thereof, and
fund for the payment of the principal shall have attached to them coupons
thert-of when due, subject to any Act for  the  payment of interest    at  the
namely:
building;
and ilie
Eleven!
m.,  at  the   follow.ng  plac, -
The Council Chamber, civic
the Fl,_  Hall,    Sapperton;
Waterworks     Storehouse,
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
C ty Ulerk
City   Hall,   July  22nd,   l:"'i'.
The following is a list of the stieets
or enactment respecting the same.
6. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually bv Special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the sum of Two
Hundred ($200.00) Dollars for the
payment of lnteresi thereon, and the
Bum of Thirty Five and 46-100
($::5.h;. Dollars to provide for the
repayment  of the principal
fi.    Tli    ^^^^^ 	
said debdftures shall be applied as
followa, and not otherwise! Tow.nis
paying the cost of thn passing of
thlB By-law and the Issue and sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "Advi-rtlslng By-law
1909."
rate of live- per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which interest
ii"_i be payable l|a'f yearly on uhe
iri-t of January and the first day of
uiy, in each and every year, and th.-
aid coupons shall be signed by lhe
aid Mayor,
I.    A    special     rate  on   the  do;lar
hall   be   levied   and   raised   in  each
^^^^^^ wir.   in   addition   lo  all   olhor   rates
proceeds of the sale or th* on -ill rateable properly ���f ihe City,
sufficient to pay the Interest on the
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
fheri-of w-hen due, subject to any Act
;or enactment respecting the same.
5.    Subject as aforesaid, ther_ shall
be   raised   annually   by   special   rates
,'as  aforesaid,  during  the currency  of
_    ��._.    ��   .       .   . ..       _ ,n�� Kili,i debentures, the Sum of Three
8.    This   Bylaw   before    the    final Hundred    ($300.00)    Dollars    for    the
passing thereof, shall receive the_aB-1payment of Interest thereon   and the
or bodies corporate, who may be will- spective of the sum of Three Hundr, d   ($6 122 00)   rx,ll_rV
ing to advance the same on the credit and   Sixty-Eight   Thousand   ($368 000        '-'liim>   Dollars
of tlie  debentures,    hereinafter men- 00) Dollars proposed to be ral    '
tioned, any  sum  or sums of  money,  ''
not exceeding in  the whole the sum
of    Two    Hundred    and    Thirty-Four
Thousand   ($234,000)   Dollars,  and  to w.i.��   __._,       lnP      _noiner_i���r   Tin   levied ��� tt,    _ v.  .       ------   "     "~
cause    the    same    to    be    paid   Into benture  Bv-law  1909" and  tTl  IY of   __ ��",hp"'.hole���eable property
the Treasury of the *ald City for tho Gaol    Debenture    By-law    190. "    or      '   '   ~ W Wcstniinst0r
purposes mentioned herein. ;which none of the
^^ And, Whereas, |n order to raise the
sfl ,"_'  _?.._Ze<_ry s.'ln_of S|x Thousand One
00)
on
be
00)  Dollars props. d to be raised  un- said yearly sum of Six��� Thousand O
?So?f_l_f,.taI   Deben,ure   By-law Hundred   and   Twenty tw     (16122 0
"w'190?' T_*ter���rk�� debenture By- Dollars    an    equal    sp^al   _S"
_   ,      J;,���'!16    Streei  Improvement the dollar   will    be reauhu_ to
By-law  1909,"    the    "Incinerator  Do- levied on the whol    J!    1     ...
And,   Whereas,   the   whole  rateable
under   the  provisions   of   th,.
Improvement Debenture Bylaw,
Columbia street, Hassam     ���
ment $
Columbia street, Glllandrs
IIIII       ...
Front street	
Agnes street  	
Dufferin Btreet
Dollars,    for    such    sums    of   money of  the said  City  to raise bv  wav of
'.      ".fLJ*1    ���Mlna<    not     te83 loan from any person or personstodv
than  $100.00  each,    or  an  equivalent or bodies corporate, who nnv he will-
expressed   In   pounds   sterling  of  the In- to advance the same on the creflil
United  Kingdom of Great Britain and of  the  debentures
Ireland,    at   a  value  of  4.8.6   to  the  Honed, anv   sum
pound   Bterllng;   and all   such  deboni-  not  exceeding  in
ures  shall   ie sealed  with   tlie    Seal | of Thirty Thousand
And,
or
sent of the eloct/irs of the said City
ln   the   manner required   by  law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and  finally  passed  In
OP*n Council the day of	
1909.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
Wim of Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($53.19)
Dollars to provide for the repayment
of the principal.
6. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied as
foliows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of (he passing or
this By-law and the issue nnd sale
of the debentures therein referred to
of the Corpora 1 mn signed bv the
Mayor and couniersigned by ihe
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be there-
unio lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1959.
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
lime to lime appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment of interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which Interest
shall be payable half yearly on uho
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
shall be levied and raised In each
war,  ln addition  to all  olhor  rates,
Whereas, the total amount or
the   existing    debenture  debt  of   the
said City is On,. Million,    Two Hun
'lied   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    one
hereinafter  men- Hundred   ($1,216,100.00)   Dollars   Irre
sums  of   money. Spective of the sum of Two Hundred
the  whole the ��um and   Ninety-Four Thousand   ($294 000-
id ($30,000.00) D01- 00) Douarg proposed to be raised un-
ars and to cause th,. same to be paid  der   ihe   "Hospll ,|    lehem,,!     1.    i
u��o the Treasury of the said City for 1009," th. -vIIIoIdIYI ^
the purposes mentioned herein. Jaw   1909"   thn  '�����,,������   .J, (J
ISMS, _!__ STMSK 3t ��_.���"���'">���'*��-*
_.��� 6 _,!_ ��!?ay ,,e re(l,lIlv'', not leas I Now therefore thp Mnnlcln���l i'n������
than I1Q0.00 each, 0r an equivalent [cll of the Cor oration o^! ffil Citv nf
t^P,LP:S_ J"  ���iOI'"di BtPr��n�� of thejNew Westminster e___t?^���_��L?'
.acts as follows;
It shall he lawful for the Mayor
Unlf-d Kingdom of Great Britain and I    1
Ireland,    at a value  of 4.866  to the of the said City to "rais",'bv��-_7n. s��venth avenue
Fifth   street   . . .
Seventh sireet ...
L'glnii streot ...
Nanaimo sireet .
Twelfth street   ..
Thirteenth Btreet
Fourteenth  street
Hamilton s'reot   .
Dublin street   . ..
Edinburgh street
London sireet ..
Tenth Btreet  ...  .
Alberta sireet  ...
Coburg street  .   ..
Lelth street	
Royal avenue .  ..
Queen's avenue ..
Fifth avenue  ...
Fourth avenue ...
Sixth avenue
Street
ll)" 9."
_4,UI��
1,600
600
3,000
300
400
���too
f,nO
2,400
600
3,600
3,600
1,100
I
600
1,6110
, 100
1,200
-750
600
i.m)
300
750
300
too
300
3,000
2.500
1.700
1,1100
2,500
1,600
pound sterling;  and ^   such d-   --   j,       f - --  -�� ""I"" "'^ "r Eighth avenue" ..'.-'������    **_
ure, shal, the  sealed  with  the    S-eal'or bodies co/poVe^ who^TyL^l i�������*      ^
rnoration   signed by    the, lng to advance the same on the-Mttlt Tenth aveni1"
of the
Mayor
Corporation
and    countersigned
by    tne
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
Of New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication there
7.    This By-law shall take effect on Ion nil rateable  property of  the City
the 25th. day of August 1909. and may
he cited as the "City Jail Debenture
By-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before tho final
pass'.ng thereof, shall receive the as
sent of the electors of the said City
ln   the   manner required   bv   law.
Received the assent of the electors
of  ln   the   "Daily   News"   and   "Dally  on the day of. .
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22nd
flav of July 1909, nnd that a vote ot
the electors of the City wlll be taken
on tiie said proposed bylaw on the
Wth day of August, 1909, betwOen the
..1909
Reconsidered and  finally passed  ln
sufficient to pay the interest on the
debentures, and to creat.,. a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5- Subject as aforesaid, I lure Bhall
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the sum of
Eleven     Thousand    Sewn     Hundred
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized
3. Th_ said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of .Tu]v 1959
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the hoider8    thereof    and
shall have attached to them coupons,.���   .,_   ,.,__.,    .... e_
for  the payment of Interest    at  the | whole the sum of On
chanan avenue
Streots generally
Total
of the debentures, hereinafter men-,HoBpl,Rl 8,rcpt, Blair and Bu
tioned, any sum or surns of money "'" "
not exceeding ln the whole the sum
of One Hundred and Four Thousand
($104,000,000) Dollars and to cause
the same to be paid Into thv Treasury
of the said City for the purposes mentioned  herein.
2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor I
to  cause  any number of rtebontu -ns
to   he   made,    not exceeding in   the
600
1,000
\     4,600
,$104,000
Incinerator Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
open Council the day of   ($11,700)   Dollars for the payment of
1909. interest thereon, and the sum of Two
Thousand   and   Seventy-Four  and   52-
100   I$2074.521   Dollars  to  provide Tor
City Clerk. Mayor, the repayment of the principal.
trhate &��__ Pr/Ven,Um nerann7m-o7[_ou.B_:houi;d (b_��bW,^LA<^71f ��"u? YZT^
the   amount   thereof,    whieh   ir,te-n��t  * ��..���>.    ...���-      . uouars 'he City of New Wes 111 nstt'p- '" '    .
_ 11   _ , 1    ���   .      ">'n   interest for   Bucn    sums    of   monov    as inn  1     ,        .. . m      1 , Ti.misnnH
shall  be payable half ye;il.y nn ,;hY__   -_-���iro,i    ���t   i__��� __L a.s,���'.!!_   ._ Iofin the sum of Twenty Thoii-^
first    " 	
July
snld
said
4.    ,^___^^^^
shall   be   levied   and   nils
year.   In  addition   to  nil
on
eiljn   each  ure,  shal,  tn scaled  wl^The" %. SjJ} J? g^-g *.*��!,
���ear.    n  munition   to  all  other   r-,i���_   ��# Ii._    ���������_.���'�����<��>    -,   'V,  .        .     rei use at  lie   rost or   iw
_.�����,_��_ ���w��� ���rs,��0jt��; <% srssugg g s �����_;.,s_r��S_
rniiii-
Uni! mondav.
AUGUST  16,  190��.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.,
PAGE   SI.VK.N.
ml ,$^o,i��tJO.oo)  Division of New Westmlnsti
       (a). The  name-,   addre .    iii,_  ore
pation  of    the   applicant   i     the   \;.
couver     Power     Company,     1
having   Its  bend   ollif-   a     tl)
Vancouver, British Columbia
capital of $2.5iio,t)iiii, dlvl.
...",iii),000   shares  of    $1.0'i    each,  a:
_������ of Twenty Thousv     .. u
.     "Y,   the
"   W'"
,. divil  mat
.I....I.I ������'���
_ vim i-hould  be
ol tbe Corpora-
hould  be mliy paid up.
(ib)  The nam
,,,r  n���.  iiavnien. or
^^^t^__^_^Smi
Diver Reaches
;>-��&_-____���
Sunken Engine
1 from I-agi  l i
^^_  debentures       ^^^^^^^^
i  this By-Law, and  ���,���,,   the
And,   "iip-iena.  iw,   the  pa > 111 ��� ��� 11
ll
for ���
iry to
ii lo all
"���* ____.,
saiil d. Bum nl Une Thou.
Ired and Seventy-seven
or  bi urce
(if
of   the
in.ii,in.. |
propO ed   tion   i.-   an     unnamed
lak.
______(1
^^^^^^    cr> i
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ n 1111' 111 s i
a sinking fund for the pay- Mlslllloet  river,  North    Arm  Bu
,.,.,,,���,._ whendue, jnJet (indian River) at oi
raise by special miles from its ni<iuth.
other rates, j    y. -j-h
currency of thi
���
point of  division  j
live  mili-s  fom   the  jun
cii ek  with Said river. ^^^^^^
(d)- The quantity ���i  wati.
lor   (in cubic    feet  per  second),   j
cubic feet per second.
ii-i. The    character of    th,
iMised works is the diversio
cn-ok by means of dam, ditch, Hum,
*l"d.,!;,i',<_,'7.1177 30) Dollars.
n order to raise the
A��d' lne Thousand One
entyTeven and 30-100
�� equal  special rate         	
, will  be required   'o  ne ,iaun-al waterways, tu
":i ' h  rateable property ���,_  ,llc
levied on'nt ^ WegtmlnBtw.
the whole rateable
ro'nertv of the  said   ��ty,  according
r"     '���       ,, vised   assessment    rob
Millions,  Three  Hun
One Thousand, Four
ireiM<i '-.,,   Forty-Five  ($6,391,446.-
'���ni, ('pppii, passe I in
one of  the  big drlvln.
irning with th,- sp ir,   en i
A   wire    Cabltf  wa;
. drawn through the wheel
with the heavy don-
���    transfer barge S-Vl1
anchored  above.      Doulu
:,i whether the cable
enough     to    stan I   the
p      operations w
rest, iday.      ^^^^^^^^
Second  Attempt   Sunday.
Div, again descend d yester-
nfiernoon  at  5  o'clock,   guiding
.ere suspend
1 ��� ^___
And,   Whereas,
to tl"'
,...  ti,,. total amount of
.    nture debi  of the
Thousand One Hun
turinj
othe
Hundred
00) Di
I        ��� "r
sal ���     ���
"M
���' ,"', i0) dollars Irrespectiv
J*.1! Thre,   Hundred   an
osed to lie raised un-
\ ;  Debenture  i'-.- aw
. i works Deb- ntur.  By
' ". ,..     the   "Street   Improvement
'��  1909      the   "Incinerator De-
_   1909,"  a_d the  "City
( ....   By-law   1909,"   oi
Yj;dl ,       .    the principal or inter-
I mt I.- In '    itr;i-
Kow thi I  re 'he Municipal  < oun-
( oration of the City of
Y, v.- ter enacts as follows:
'"   ji    ..,      ,   lawful for Hu- Mayor
lolilie said City to raise by  way or
I jean from nj p< -son or persons, bod
ip.,;. oi ite, who may be will-
[ilgtoadi ���   ihe same on the cr.dit
0, | . ires,    hereinafter  men
,,,. vim  or sums of  money,
Ml ,. ��� _   in  the whole the sum
(ctTwenti li.ppusand  ($20,000.00)  Dol
nnels and pipes,/1'1Jise,f  by   l''<��� cable   fastened     the
establishment ln conn ction   :';' '"!|'-   He experienced compara
therewith of a water power ; an   toi '���'''������ lr""iile  In  attaching an-
ih.   generation of   electricity I      me   ' ' '-'��� '" ""' wheel, making two
chanlcal,   Industrial   aim a         ,   ,Y' *  pul]   waa  given by  the
purposes and particularly   i:.        op   i; ;|i' ;i s"'iliii  placed on    the
Station of motors, math ie i     .    etric  ' 'n8   'he   locomotive     some
lighiiig.   iramways    and   Othi     works "'   u!""   '���   was  deemed  advls-
for which such light, beat and  powei :  ""''1 todaJ     The diver
ur.- suitable and avail.  . """  l<   was the  Intention, pro-
(I). The    premises     ,���.   which   the!v!(li' ; 'Ue tackle 1"'l)v"(l '-"1":" to U"
water is to be used U    to   generate
electric power, light    an i       .     toi
traction,  lighting,    beating,  manufac-
and all and every industrial or,
purpose-,   to   whii h   M   v
Istraii   to   raise   the   locomotive   and
���   il  could   be  plac I on
������ Ith a wrecking crane. But
.-,, med  to be anj   doubt of
ii Ing  Insufficient   for this,
iiii   , tiviv would be di igg ���! along the
the water is to be u ed to.    ! ' V,'' Btlallo,wer,wate    whe,l��I
[power or   mining    purpose,  descrl e   V';1'1 ('Y'^1"1' ">/'"'" "��'". ,acku'
th,. ���iac wi,,-,-.  the walei Is to .��� re- ""' ln ""' >'r"senl ""e" v"""'
turned   to  sunn    natural   channel   and Has   ExPert  Assistance.
the difference In altitude between Mi ' i assisted in his work by
,point of diversion and point ol ra- two expen assistants to whom lv at-
tum. The water la to be returned tributes much of his success In this
to  the  North   Ann  ol  Burr.ird  Inlet difficult task, Ben Gilbert, the tender
at or n.-ar the plac- where the pres- wl ttenda io the diving equipment,
.ni power house of the applicant is and the air tube, and Leslie Graves, in
situated. The difference ol eleva charge ol tbe air pump, Th-e operation between point ol diversion and tions yesterday were watched by a
IKiint of return is about 2200 feet. large crowd of people from the bridge
(j). The area ol Grown land in- and the shor. and not only the diver
tended to be occupied hv the proposed'''H' one "f lhe assistant-, who gave
works will not exceed So acres ,an exhibition of rope Bwarmlng In or-
(k). This   notice was posted on the der to reach ihe bridge trom the scow
13th,  14th     10th   19th    day of July, and  attach   guide  lines,  cam.  In  for
1909, and application will be mad,- to jm��rlted applause.
ithe Commissioner on ths 2uth day or,
Urs and to cause tie Same to be paid 'August, 1909. , HOUSE  OF
Jl.    ��� Tr.,. ury of the said City for       I _���  pan  of    the   n.t m.irandum  ot ^^^^^^^^
_      . ,       m__Hnn��_   herein asosciauon   or   the    company     which, 	
VS b-tWoJttTlto/flr authorizes  the    proposed    application!    Montr,,,!,  Aug.   l..-.I,.dgo   Choquet
,������<,;. imber  of   debentures  and works,  reads as follows: today declared that the Montr,*! Wo-
!,    .   _.:      ..ot  pxpeeding  in   the,    (_). The    objecUfor    which    the [men's jail was a   House oi    Corrup-
"CORRUPTION"
NOT "CORRECTION"
w_ole the sum of  Twenty   Thousand  company   is established and  to which
ii. .-v,..rs for such sums of obj.-cts    the company    are    restrlcti-d
monp.v aa may  be  require-, not less are   the    acquisition   of    water    and
thai  Ji ach,    or  an  equivalent  water  power iby  records of unrecord- [
expressed  in   ;��unds   sterling  of  th* ed   water  or   by     the     purchase    ot
Dulled Kingdom of Great Britain and  water   records    or    water    privileges
Ireland,   at  a  value  of  4.866  to  the  for.
pound Mer.nv,   and all  such  deb-,t-'    la).    Constructing,    operating    and j
urtf shall    ���   sealed  with the    S..-al maintaining   electric    works,    power \
ef the   Corporation    signed by    the houses,  generating   plant    and    such
Mt; :   and    , oiiiuerslgiied    by    the oth^r appliances and conveniences as |
Treas'irer thereof,  or   by  uuch other are   necesasry   and    proper  for    the,
per. n or pereons  as  may   be  there- generating of electricity    or    electric i
Unto lawfully authorised, power,  or    any    othe  form    of    de-1
3. Ths    Bald   debentures  shall   be veloptad   power,   and   for   transmitting
payable on the first day of July 1959, Ithe same to be used by the company
at such pla, e or places as the Coun  or by i_rsons or companies contract-
��K oi th? paid Corporation may from'lng   with   the    company   therefor,   as
time to time appoint,    with  tbe  ap- a  motive  power for the operating ot
proval ol ih,-  holders    thereof,    and,motors,  machinery,   or   electric   light-
shall hav.  attached to them coui>ons ing or other works, or to be supplied
for ihe payment of Interest at the by the company to consumers for
rale of five per centum per annum on heating or as a motive power for pro-
tie amount 'hereof, which interest polling tramways, or for driving,
shall be paya le half yearly on Uie: hauling,    lifting,    pumping,   lighting,
Um of January and the first day of crushing, smelling, drilling and mill-1vation between point of diversion and
July, In each nnd every year, and the lng or for any othe, operation, to] point of return is about 300 feet, (j)
mM coupons shall be signed  by the which It may be adapted   or   to    be Area 0f Crown  land  lnundel to be
used or supplied for or In connection loccupied  by  the proposed works will
tion," and not a "House of Correction," and sent.need two women, who
hud stuli'ii $l,5ili) from a man s pocket.
to Kingston penitentiary. If sen. to
the Montreal jail, he said, they would
have had an opportunity for planning
lives of vice.
WILL BUILD CANCER
HOSPITAL   IN   LONDON
London, Aug 15���The trustees ot
the fund of $1,250,000 left by H"nry
Barnato to found a hospital In memory of his brother, Barney Barn ito,
will dev.itv that sum to the building
and the endowment Of a cancer hospital ln London.
where the water is to be returned to
some natural channel, and the differ-
ence In altitude between point of dl-1
version and point ot return. The
water is to be returned to river near
mouth of same, and difference of ele-
said Mitvo'       	
��. A   Bpecial    rate on the dollar with  any  other purposes    for  which
shall tie bvled  and   raised  in each electricity or electric power may be
juar, in addition   to  all  other  rates, (applied  or  required.
OD all rateable property of Aha City. |    (g)- For      rendering      water    and
Sufficient to pay the Inter, st on the water power available for use. appll-
debentures   and to create a Blnklng cation and distribution    by    erecting
fund for t_e payment of the principal dams, increasing the head of water In
thereof ��hen due, subject to anv Act any  existing   body   of   water,  or    ex
or enaetm, nt respecting the same        pending the  area    thereof,    diverting
6.  Subject as aforesaid, ther. shall the waters of any stream, pound   or
le raised  annually  by  special  rates j lake Into any other channel or ohan-
a�� aforesaid, during the currency of nels, laying or erecting any line   or
the said ('.���b'entures, th_ sum of One flume,  pipe or wire constructing  any
Thousand ($1,00000)  Dollars for the raceway,    reservoir,    aqueduct, welr,
Payment ot  Interest thereon  and  the | wheel,   building  or  other  eTection  or
����m of One Hundred    and  Seventy-1 work which may be required in con-
Sevfn and 30-100 ($177.30) Dollars tolnectlon   with   tie Improvement    and
the repayment of th�� pnn-
Provld. to
clpal.    M 	
6 The proc.eds of ths sale of the
��td de> em ures shall b�� applied as
follows, -lnJ not otherwise: Towarus
paying th. coRt of the passing of
this Bj law and the issue and sabs
of the debentures therein Teferred to-
7- Thi,; Hy law shall take effect on
tie 25th day of August 1909, _nd may
be cited __ the "Incinerator Debenture
By-law.  1909."
8 Tli- Hy-law before ths final
P&fsli.p thereof, shall receive th. ���*���
sent ot th* electors of the said CUy
in th.. manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
on th" ���        day of 1909.
Open
1909
<"sldered and finally passed ln
Council the day of	
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
notice  that  the  above   la   a
py of th~    proposed    By-law
Tak
true
. ..be taken Into consideration
��T th- Municipal Council of the City
th k WeB,mlnster oae month from
����� date of the first P-blica_l___ there
win the --Dally New." and "Daly
w timhlan" newspapers, which first
Wft��catlo��� took plac* on the 22ad-
"a> ol July 1909, and that a vot�� of
M* electors of th. City win be taken
"ii the sai_   ���
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., LTD.
Signatures: V. H. W. Hope, A. K.
Beck, directors; J. V. Armstrong, sec-
re t__ry.
P.  O. Address, Vancouver,  B. C.
[Seal of Vancouved Power Co.. Ltd.J
WATER NOTICE.
inot exceed 320 acres, (k) Thi. notice was posted on the 7th day of
July, 1D09. and application will be
made to the Commissioner oa the
11th day of August 1009. (1) Give i
j Lhe names and addresses of any ri-
| parlaii proprietors or licenses Who or
whoso lands are likely to be affected
by the proposed works, either above ,
or below the outlet, B. F. Dlckins,
Vancouver, B. c.
The part of the    Memorandum of i
Association   of  the  Company    which
authorized   the   proposed   application
and works, reads as follows:
(3) The objects tor which tne
Company is established and to which
objects the Company are restricted
are th�� acquisition of water and water
power by records of unrecorded water or by the purchase of water records or water privileges for (a) Constructing, operating and maintaining
electric works, power houses, generating plant and such other appliances
and conveniences as are necessary
and proper for the generating of electricity, or electric power, or any other
form of develoi��ed power and for
transmitting the same to be ua_d by
;he Company or by persons or companies contracting with the company
therefor, as a motive power for the
operating   of  motors,     machinery   or
Notice Is hereby given that an ap
plication will b_ made under Part V. ��,���..���. to
of the "Water Act. 1909," to obtain a electric lighting or other works o, to
license in the New Westminster Dl- bs applied by the Company to con-
vision of New Westminster District, isumers for heating or as a motive
<a) Th. name address and occupa- , power for propelling tramways, or for
loUf the applicant is the Vancou- driving, hauling. "^ P��nSg
ver Power Company, Limited, having lighting, crushing, smelting, drilling
ul head office at t_e City of Vancou-'and milling or for any Other opera-
v.r British Co.umb a, and having ajtlons to which it may be adapted or
capital  of $2,500,000  divided  l.tojrjto be used or supplUM for or in con
500,00- shares of $100 each, all fully
paid up- (b)  The name of the lake,
nection with any other purposes for
which electricity   or   electric   power
stream   or  source     MlslUoet    River, | may tbe applied Or required,    (g) ��or
___*   a���   Burrard    Inlet     (Indian rendering   water  and   water    power
S3)'. S" ?S. XI! oi' ��!��__*_ *_ _i___-_^_^-__!_3a
Is situated about 12 miles from the
toouth of the river, (d) The quantity
of water applied tor in cubic feet P^
trlbutlon by erecting dams, increasing
the head _ water in any existing
body of water, or extending the ai_a
gi".e sau proposed bylaw on __��� ^DL^^lc5Tu_i____ and com- ing any lta* or flume, pipe or wire
I' h day of August, 1909, between the "*JKf^J!___i_ ?���h par icuiarly In constructing any raceways, reservoir
���>"* "I nine o'clock a.m and _v�� n. ���erc_U___..rp? e. a_lJ_.    ^Uinev. Induct  welr. wheel,    buildlns.    or
_   .,, ��_���_*."*"��""�� ���������. and five P-
Th   ,. ,ho, lowing plseMf hamety:
the i-'i,.fnS_U hTb";_?.Ilc bulld,.g
Waterworks
street.
Sapperton;    and the
Eleventh
Storehouse,
W
July  22nd,  1909.
A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk.
______    ��imi     /.1   Th_   character "of jtbereof, diverting the waters of any
?h_^______  i!_.fc.   _ wa^P^werlatream, pond or lake into any other
pM��X SSSsA reTecmcity ichanne. -channel^lay^or erect-
WATER NOTICE.
_- -. y-.-i�����- ���-- I   -   machiney, laaueduct  welr, wheel,    building,
2l^T��_Sf_?    fhe  operXn    ot !^tV erectton or work which may be
eiecuc   Mgnwng,     ��e  ��v required In connection  with the InV
^7!,_h?_^_)^B��wI and use of the said water
such light, heat and POSW We P      water or        a,terln_   Te.
mu     .    tw..   th.   Jater 11 to benewlng. extending, Improving, repair-
mark at the mouth of the river. (��) ,or any part thereoT.
The purposes tor which the water I8 VANCOUVER   POWER   CO'Y.,   LIU.
to be used ls to generate electric p��w J (Slgnature)  F   H>  w>  Hope,    A. B.
Noli
Ier, light and heat for traction, light-
ling  heating,  manufacturing and    a��
Beck, Directors.    ^^^^^^^^
'"Wire hi vm-_w      . Ung  heating,  manufacturing ana    ����� | J. V. Arronrong, Secretary.
PUcation wii? i    y K.ven t,,at an Rp- and every Industrial or other Purposes, P- 0. Address, Vancouver, BC.
of thn   ����� V bo madp Mdv-r Part V. to which  lt may be applied.    (I)  �� v ,
a &__*?���r_htCtlM1909_  to obta,n *�� water Is Tb. used for power or I8e�� of the Vancouver Power Coy.,
In  the    New Westminster mining   purposes  d.scribe  the   P'a����,       Ltd.]
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THE   DAILY   ..EWS.
MONDAY. AUGUST 16
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Pnbllsn-
lag Company, I.irnit<-d, at their offices
The Daily News Bloi k, corner of Mc-
Kenzir- and Trew streets.
a squar. deal to New Westminster at , MONTREAL  ROADS DEPT.
that.      If Kennif- was sufficiently dis- j WAS ,N R0TTEN CONDITION
abb 1   to   Ik  forced   to  reiirf-  for  the 	
balance of the game the player wno ; Montreal, Aug. ]...���Some signih-
laid bim out should have drawn a.\Caat hsht Was lhrown "I^n the ad-
dec. for the balance of the match II^IlI^I^I^^
or Rsinnie should  have  be��n allowed  taira by  the   Royal    Commission re-
E. A. Paige Managing  Director  10 get |rdek into the game.    It certain,   sumed  this morning.
ly looked inconsistent to see the vie-      J-"irst, a  new  and  direct  accusation
UHIieHT
tim of a foul play ruled oft the fl-Id
was  made  to  the  effect that certain
MONDAY,  AUGUST   16,   1909.
A  FAIR  CRITICISM.
It is a sincere pleasure to all lovers
Of lacrosso In New Westminster and
Vanoouver to know that there Is one
journal in Vancouver, with the courage of its convictions. We refer to
the Saturday SuniM. In a masterly
review of the game, many excellent
reasons are given f'>r Vancouver's
d1-! at. and an absolutely unbiased
criiicisrti given of the rougli-house
tactics iitiii the "hoodlums" who In
vaded the ground, before the finish
of tlu- match. We have already
given our opinion of tha tracas that
happened on th1-- "fatal" 7th, and
without, further criticism publish in
full the Saturday Sunset report:
��� "Vancouver didn't pull off a win
against the Westminster club last
Saturday at Recreation park primarily for the reason that the champions
played better lacrosse. And now the
Minto Cup, which all the time has
appeared to me to be Safe in the Royai
City, looks safer than ever, to. if the
champions dcml win another game
from 'he Vancouver team this season
I would Ilk,- to put myself down on
record as ready to chew my hat at
one sluing, and straw never did agrc-e
with my constitution. On the showing of last Saturday I will be s,lr-
prised if Vancouver is able to W-'n
more than one If any at all of tli"
remaining three games from the"*Fn��
s<;r River champions, and when we
review the pas: Vancouver entiiu-
.lasts should think themselves lucky
that they have a pair of wins against
the husky Royals.
"I said that Vtmcouver lost the
game primarily because Westminster
played better lacrosse. I would Hke
to add that Vancouver lost any
chances of changing the tide of fortune by roligh-hoiise tactics WhlchTe-
prlved the team of its players at the
most needed moments, and that Vancouver rightfully forfeited any claims
tn the match by methods worthy of
the advanced order of ox-fellei's. No
team which makes a specialty ol cutting down players has a license to win
and thank" goodness wiih strict and
impartial officials they stand about a
100 to 1 chance of turning the trick.
"Even had Vancouver not killed
their chances of winning on Saturday
last, by undue slugging, I th nk tho
champions deserved the game. They
played better lacrosse than the locals
in every department and the fact, that
the score was as close as ii was g_vo
me the greatest surprise. The Royals
were <itn only faster but their passing
was belter, tb"lr style more deshing
and*their combination more machinelike and telling. Vancouver lacked
speed ln the field and when the home
did get the ball they were so slow in
getting down to work that the West-
muster defence bad ample Uiiie to
form a veritable stone wall in front
Of their net and when the shot did
come It was generally from far out
where more than one red-sbirted
player had a chance io save. The
Vancouver team, too, made a mistake
in throwing too much of the shooting
CU Ihe shoulders of Lalonde, great
allot though _p_ is, who was clu-cked
up to the hill and who rarely found
an opening. Had the form of attack
been varied the team might have
looked for different results. So much
for the game.
"I can't help referring again to tho
slugging element which semis to
creep Into all games between Westminster and Vancouver. Vancouver
players and supporters naturally
thought the Vancouver team and
players got the WOI-t of tin- decisions.
I don't think they did. From whor-
I could see what was going on in the
Held,  I   IIiink   Westminster   got  much
the worst of U and Vancouver escaped mighty w.ii, ovn.1 lf penalties
near the end of the game did deprive
thin of any chances to win. How
did that Spripger-Oeo, Ronnie clash
Htrlke lhe average fan? There was
something eminently out of proportion ln this. R-nnlu had to retire
from the game temporarily, from a
crack over the eye from Springer's
slick, and by the way, I may say 1
think the blow was purely accidental.
R'-nnie went to the clubhouse for repairs and rather than further delay
the game Lund was called on to n"
his place, when Rn.mio returned to
lh-,. game at the opening of the fourth
quarter he was debarred from playing on a  protest  from the Vancouver
player that he had exceeded the time
limit in which to return to ths game
anil still Springer, who compelled his
retirement, hud been back 13 the game
for over five minutes. It may be the
gaum all right, but It didn't look like
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ men  who  had   been  discharged  from
whii,-  the    offending    player enjoyed the  roads  department   for  dishonesty
unlimited    freedom    and    either  the have  been  re-engaged  at  the instiga-
ruk-s  need  amondlng or  the  penalty tir,n   of   members  of   the   roads  com-
, .,        _, ,���, ���.   , mitlee.      Then inquiry was dircted to
of tl,��� officials was not in proportion ^   relationsllip   Ltween   .Messrs    R
to the seriousnesa of the offence.    1 Brun.-tt and E.  Belanger and the de-
merely call attention  to this inc dent partment.
to show how groundless are the claims	
of   many  of   the   more  partizan   V; i.i- .\   number  O.   Foresters   and   their
couver  enthusiasts,   who  would   have friends  took  _i  the excursion  by the
everyone believe that Westminster got steamer City of Nanaimo on Saturday,
all th�� best of the refereelng returning  the   same  evening.      They
all the best or the reierttlng. s]p(,nl . pleaaant tlme 0/] ,hp irfp
���'One of the great troubles with the
Vancouver team  is    that Its players. -���
management and supporters, have not   l/nUny   Chnii/c
yet   learned   how    to    take  a  defeat    iHliCj   ullUVVo
gracefully.      When 0 _rlen was rub-'l
off Just before time a lot of hoodlums t
gathered  on    the     field    and  serious j
trouble   was  only    narrowly averted.
Again, after the gamc- Judge of Flay ,
,Peele   was  assaulted,  and   I  think   it
would   be  only an   unbalanced  enthu-
ilast who would commu.i l such a'des- , ,    ,      ,.        ,.,, ,
_,,      ��� Westminster board    in    its  publicity
picable  act.      Tlie   Vancouver   repre-   WQrk and    thus obui_    .    maxJmum
Bentatlves on the governing lacrosse amount om advertising with a mini-
body call tor fearless officials, but mum amount of expense to yourself;
when these officials perform their {��r -N'ew Westminster being undaubt-
,    ,       _ edly the point to which you should look
they    are  assaulted.      Surely
������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������^^     ~-,
Fine Writing Paper*
If you want the correct thing In stationery ,
always rely on  getting it  at our store.  we ar.
ready to show you our latest styles md '
We buy direct from the manufacturers, and ca
fore   save  you   money and assure you of oettinc _ T
date stationery,     it  will pay you to deal with _
Progressive Spirit
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
of  advertising   the   new   board,   when
ALL OVER TOE WORLD "%
thousands of housewives ^
use Sunlight Soap in pref- t,
erence to any other, because
It cleanses the clothes more
thoroughly, and at half the
cost without injury to
hands or fabric. Follow
dlrcctioas.
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INJURED IN TRAIN WRECK
11        TODHUNTER & BURR
5    Booksellers, Stationers, News.J<-__|e
! X Successors to J. J. MACKAY __ CO.
duties
the Vanoouver team must be insincere in its protestations for clean lacrosse. If so the players should be
an object for police supervisku rath-
for support in all matters affecting
your commercial and agricultural interests is entitled to expect a large
measure of support to its industries
from the residents of your municipality;   and   therefore  whatever  bene-
er   than   come   under  the   control   of  fits it can assist you in obtaining, or
officials whose rulings they disrespect.
The Vancouver team has no special
dispensation to use their opponents
as they deem fit and w-ltb league officers wiih more backbone, with a little
chaser of i>oIice intervention, both
the  Vancouver    and   Westminster la-
jwhatever settlements it can Introduce
Into your midst, and will tend to Increase  the prosperity of its  citizens
and the prestige and influence of the
communities resident in the Fraser
River valley.
A resolution favoring the establishment of a board to embrace the municipality  was  moved  by  Mr.  Ferguson
Colorado Springs,  Colo.,  Aug.   14 ��� I
Eight are dead and fifty injured, some'
fatally,  as  the    result of    a headon !
collision  betwe.-n  train  No.  S,  north-
bound,  and   train   No.   1,  southbound,
on the Denver & Rio Grand,- at Hus-
ter, 13 miles north of Colorado Springs,
this morning.     The trains were both
running at  terrific spe.-d and  met on .
a curve.       No.  8,  drawn  by  two  engines, telescoped the baggage car and ,
smoker  on   No.   1,   and   all   three   EU-
glnes   went   into   the    ditch.      With
more than 400 passengers on the two
trains   the   excitement   following   the
accident    was   Indescribable.       Relief
trains   bearing     Burgeons   ani   nurses
were   rushed   to  the    wreck   and   the
wounded   were   brought   to  local   hospitals.
WE   ARE   REAL,
you how it is ch
T0  SHOW
f'ai"r to buy oq,
high-class    bii.lv        mater,a|j
than U h to p�� v.poor.
��    kind.      We ,���,lt   lQ
buildings  bub,   , ���lr ffiate_
rials   that  nevi . . r,..ia;r8
We   can   point   | , :,���. ���,,,������
that need repair, a: the t._,..
But  they   were  not built 0f our
materials.       See    where ��_���
cheapness lies?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
crosse clubs   would soon   realize  th''  and  seconded by Mr. E.  W.  Beckett
position   they  occupy     in   the   public j and carried also thai the board should
e ., jembrace the country between the t'M
^_______________ land Stave rivers (partly in the neigh-
I boring municipalities), and another
resolution favored a joint meeting of
delegates md those interested in the
movement of the Port Haney public
hall when officers would be elected
and organization completed.
A committee of five to canvass th,-
district   around   Port   Haney,   Sander-
for-   Many Incendiary Fires Are Attributed J^"N   Lougheed, C.  Pelletier and J-
__   I lD-  Robertson,  was  appointed,  u.id  it
WL WAR THREATENS
IN CITY OF HOUSTON
to  Negroes and Whites Com-
menet to Arm.
New York, Aug. 14.���A despatch to
the Herald from Houston, Tex., says:
Following the receipt by the police
authorities of an anonymous letter,
evidently written by a champion of
j the   negroes,   threatening   to   destroy
was further resolved to Invite the
Port Hammond and district improvement association to name flve delegates to canvass this district west to
the Pitt river, Mes.rs. Heai>_ and
Gilchrist of Ruskin, and A. W. Spils-
bury and T. H. Robertsca, of Whonnock, were asked to look after then-
several districts.
Reeve Laity wa. suggested as the
first president of the board, be being
elected by the whole municipality and
an independent man;    the vice-presi
ito the city, have  been purchased by
negroes.
ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS.
A. W. McLeod left on Saturday on a
short trip to Seattle.
Miss McLeod, who lias beco spending a few days, the guest oi friends
in Seattle, has  returned  home.
I The Burnaby municipal council has
lie! a number of contracts for cement
[culvert., to be used in connection
[with th.- road Improvement work now
uider way in tbe municipality, to the
I_oyal City Contract Co., of this city.
W. EL Fales, proprietor Of the W.
|_. Fales Furniture Emporium, left on
'. Saturday on a holiday trip, in the
course of which he will visit his son,
Dr. Fales, of Walla Walla, and will
also   lake   In   the   Seattle   fair.       He
is accompanied by his grandson,
Willie Fales.
S. Bowell of this city, whoB-,. marriage with Miss Lottie Johnslone _f
Salmon Arm was recently announced,,
has returned to the city, after a
honeymoon trip In thy upper country.
Mr. and Mrs. Bowell will take up their
residence at Sapperton.
The remains of the late John M.
, Routley of Langley, whos,. death occurred in the city last week, wery interred on Saturday afternoon at tho
I. O. O. F. cemetery. ,he funeral ar-
rargements bp-lng fci thv, hands of D.
Murchle. Kev. j. s. Henderson conducted  the funera] services.
The  board Of    trad,-    has received
large consignment of folders issued
by the provincial governmenl ai victoria atl veil Isl ng the province. A
large cm of the parliament buildings
occupies two of the eight pages, threa
pageB are given to facts about ihe
province in condensed form, and there
are cuts of fruit harvesting, fishing,
mining,  hunting and salmon  fishing.
from the populous parts of the district and at separate parts of the
same.
I.ever Brothers, Toronto, win send you
free a cake of their famous Plan to!
toilet  soap, if   you mention   this  paper,
the city  by lire if the police did not , ^^_
desist in their present methods of |"?___! I?'1 !^r.?'a.ry ���.^lM 1_e1_jho_ff,Q
dealing with criminal negroes, IS incendiary fires have occurred in the
city in the last three days, entailing
a property loss of more than $.0,000.
:ia one case a negro was detected in
the act of setting fire to a residence
in such a manner that the stairway
would burn first, imprisoning an the
sleeping occupants on the upper floor.
In many instances shavings and paper soaked in oil have been found in
the hallways of houses. One fire, evidently started by negroes, destroyed
11  houses.
The whites are aroused and one of
the afternoon papers today suggests
that the whites form a protective alli-
ii.ice and patrol the city armed with
guns, arresting every negro found on
the outside of recognized jiegro eettle-
tnents.
Threats are being made by reckless
persons to deal summarily with the
negroes as a class without distinction.
It is known that several hundred
Springfield rifles, recently shipped in-
Would you win a
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and at the same time secure
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you may be next.
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WATCHES
Tenders are called for the privilege I BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK    he
of   serving   refreshments     at   Queen s I "   hpuviv    nt.
park  on     Labor    Day,    September 8.   MEMBER,  WE  CARRY  THE  BEST    MAKES  OF   WATCH   MOVEMENTS.
Tenders to be in by Tuesday, the lftfl
of August, and addressed to J. P. Mc-
Murphy, New Westminster.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
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ON CUPS AND SAL
$1.00
GREEN CUPS AND SAUCERS,
PER DOZEN,
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646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell tor the same
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES
5PRING     LAMB.     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
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Oornsr Eighth SL and    Fifth Avende
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ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
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U. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 und upward,
ind interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
lnnum  (present rate).
..->_.    A.setn over $lfi8,000,00u.l)0.
nilVI   WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range should get one that will give perfect satll
faction in cooking and baking, Is economical ln the use Of fuel, that is cool
to work over ln the hot* weather, and also easy to operate and keep clean.
If you wish to be satisfied In the_eresp_ct_ you will buy an Oxford
range atfer you bave Inspected It. The prices also of these ranges u*
much lower than those of other makes. Call In ami inspect out
stock.
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PAID UP CAPITAL  $2,200.00�� AUGUST 16, 1909
THE   DAILY NEWS
PAGE .IVE.
Move-On Sale.
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
W.S. Collister & Co.
MANAIiER QUkKRIE TAKES
KIM FROM THAW CASE
-a      Attempt to Defend    Ions on the
Ground of Cerebral Tornado and
Not  Responsible."
Columbian College
Fall Term Begins Tuesday, Sept. 7, 9 A. M.
Fu''
We <eac'
_o_rs��.
Te-
dents ft
w.
us ness course;   modern methods���two practical instructors.
Music   Art.  University    High    School    and    Public School
xperienced  instructor^__Gymnasium instruction given to stu-
���  charge.     For  rate_ for board Or tuition apply to
j.   SIPPRELL,   Principal.
" Get Your Home Furnishings From the
Old Reliable House.    We have quality
and prices in proportion.   See
W.   E.   PALES
612-618 Agnes Street.
NEW ITALIAN RUNNER
DOES STARTLING STUNTS
Emilie   Lunghi.   Newly   Acquired   Irish
American  Athletic Club   Man.  Is
Veriy  Fast.
Undertaking in all its Branches.
PHONE   176.
NIGHT   CALL  81.
Manai     Q ien_e of tbe Tecumsehs
ilng some tali thinking Is
.-  endeavori   to  rake up an excus.
i   vk  made    bj   lows  upon
:.  the Shamrock-Indian game.
.   bat   v Identlj   been  follow-
Ins    &   Thaw  case and has sot his
bead   hill   of   alienists, hypothetical
auei and  brain ..oun..     When
Ions  comee  up  foi   trial  he w4H etx
dea | rove that the player at tLe
.   committed    the assault was
.  .....  in., hig action, having
a cerebral  torna lo  by a
blov . -.   trom the ball.
TiM ,. inag< i ui ib,. Indians is quot-
��� . .. ,i :!..��� Montreal Star:     ,������ ..���
K . . hii  lum In 'in- i v with  i.
a  ba:. bi tore  the  So-called  as
New ��orl \v I i Emilie Lunghi,
the great Italian runner, has Joined
tbe Irish-American \ C and is irun-
in( every afternoon ai Celtic park.
Train-..r Robertson  when he saw Lun-
. [  method of working immediately
vi the wholi   thing and started
tb.   Italian  sprinting.      Lunghi, who,
by ihe way, Is working to fli himseit
for tlu- half  mile, lias   bee i   running
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital  Paid up	
Reserve Fund	
Total Assets	
$ 4.700.000
5,400,000
55,000.000
In  and  out  of  town   aoconnti  soli-
T^e***********^***^*^*** �����������������������������������
JGasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies:
*
long    distances.      Tht-     first   day  he,     ...
I      '���:  I   i'i ilk  pink  Lunghi  ran two   cited.    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
n.       under 9 minutes an   30 seociads,      savings BANK DEPARTMENT
oacn   Robertson    Imm idlately  cm
the young Dalian's work to a quarter ���
mile     The tint nlghi t effort showed
53 1-5 seconds.     The nexi afternoon j    Foreign and Domestic Exchang. and
III  was sent  ov. r  a  furlong,  mud   Travellers   Cbequ-.-s  bought end Sold.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     _      ��-1came home on the bit  in  2:i seconds.   Telegraphic  transfers effected.
 v,   bad mixed  up his ._, |,.w _ays iate,. Robertson seni him __	
brain b ai   <\ eni  thai  he ov  with the dashers, an.l Lunghi as-
did noi know  whai he was doing. He tout
wl       .   entire,     exonerated.      Look
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���Trust Block, Front St.. New Westminster 1
PHONE
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A-22
���
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���
���
and Mr. Querrle triumphant-
lj h .1 . .1 ., ii... .iv nt, whii li proved
a coj - of Bia alii ia\ .i made by
In. Crawford, ol Toronto, in whieli
thi ...' ter '- e Ifles thai aftei carefully
. poor Mickey ions, he came
to tlie conclusion that he was nol re-
Bponsi ,, toi his actions for several
minutes   after   he  received   ihat  ball
Hi   ih       eye,   which      was   thrown   by
Kails, m fact, that he did not know
what he was doing till after (be g>->t
Lack in the dressing room.
Now  what   more  could   you  ask?"
said Mr. Querrie.
"Sure, We are going to stand by the
pour boy, and what i*. more, We maintain that the National Lacrosse Union
have no right to meddle with things
which happened OUtSld. Of their jurisdiction, and that Mr. Lally has no
reason Io report this matter to them.
The other clubs may slam us, for
they have done so befor.-, but that ls Clarence
uo reason we are going to resi u o.ir
pretensions  to   the   championship.'
unded   the  trainer by
iyar.is in lu 3-5 sec��*ipl-
Btepping
Xew
Westminster, B.
F   SHUTE,
C.  Branch,
Manager.
Vancouver    and  Now    Westminster
crickel teams on Saturday, at Brockton Point, played to a draw with
twelve m-.-n on eacli Bide instead ot
the usual eleven.      The weather and
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
by  directing  you  to  the  store  where
THE   VERY
LATEST
IN
THING
PostCards
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED FOLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
SEND ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
J
the  ground  were most  unsatisfactory   youUckn"see the" largest stock" of new
owing  to rain.   ^YY^YY.^^Yli? and second-hand goods of all kinds in
bat first and declar.-d with four wick- ^e ,,|,-|
eta down and two retired tor 1_ runs.      , have .  Spienilid Cream Separator
Westminster with    only    an  hour to f0T ggjg nearlv new.
play succeeded in making it  a draw      Oom-e'and si?e how much more you
with  two  wickets to spare.      Follow- can   get  for  yonr    money  nere  than
elsewhere
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BASEBALL.
For information as to contracts, consult the ad ver- ���
tising man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your ���
place of business. X
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We Are Selling'
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
Standing  of     Clubs    in   NoKh
western   League.
I'd.
.630
.68]
Seattle ��� ���
Spokane -
Aberdeen
Portland .
Vancouver
Tacoma   .
Won.
73
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Lost.
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I'pii
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N'.-lsiin,   r	
Murphy, h Welfare - -
Stanford, b Oddy  ...
lll.ngsworth, not out
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to arrange your hooking at this offlce,
whether you intend to travel or sena-
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_\|r>^       4_tf%tf>tf^_4_ Sailing From Quebec.
nllb/M    ��__f|_Pl_-V-_"%      Empress of Ireland   August 27
SECOND - HAND STORE. Empress of Britain .. ..September 10
Columbia St.      "Man on the Wheel,   j    For other dates and particulars ap-
Repairlng of guns, umbrellas, type
writers, and light automatic machln
ery and bicycles a specialty
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SEATTLE CLEANS  UP  IN
BIG  MEET AT A.  Y.
46 |
No.
2 Dairy Butter, per pound,
25c
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COF
FEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE  (FRESH
GROUND)   IS A WINNER.
Seattle led by sixteen points at the
close of the big meet of the A. A. O.
at the exposition on Saturday o! the
las' week. The scores ot the ccm-
testing clubs are as follows:
Seattle Athletic Club	
Olympic Club	
Chicago Athletic Association ������ ������
New York Athletic Club ... .,,.
���Kansas City  Athletic Club	
Multnomah Club 	
Mon  Haven Athletic Cluh	
Boston  Athletic  Cluh	
Missouri   Athletic   Club	
Ii-l McLean (unattached), Phoenix
ArUona	
The  only   record   brokcu   wa?
Total     H1
At 5:15 p.m. innings declared closed
WESTMINSTER.
J. W�� Langford, h Hodges	
S.  Richardson,  h Hodges   	
F   J.   Peers,  h  Hodges	
T. Oddy ct. and b, Crossfield  ...
C. Ju3'd. lbw., li Hodges  	
II    Welfare,  b   Hodg.-s   	
P. C. Laehmar, not out	
T. D.  Sherriff, b Crossfield  ....
;E. C.  Davey, b Crossfield	
IC- S. Cook, b Crossfield  	
Rev. C. W. Houghton, did not bat
FAIRiA. F. Menzies, did not bat.
Byes	
0
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ufllee 'Phone  1i_      nam   Phone 18?
Columbia  Street
Baggage    delivered    promptly    to
any part ot the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT
ply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
6. P. DILLON, 0. V. S.
(McGill  University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of New Westminster.
OFFICE:
FIRE   HALL   INo.   1
Total
MANY   SCRAPS   AHEAD
FOR JACK JOHNSON
Chicago.    Aug.    in.���.lack Johnson,
-li'wlio considers   the   proposed   Jet!r__-
17  Johnson   match   for   the  heavyweight
12 championship of the world made. Mid
,'p does not doubt that  Sam Berger has
6 authority to sign the preliminary ar-
6  rangements. today  will  leave for the
1 coast   where he is matched to fight
... Jack O'Brien before the Ooffroth Cluh
.00  September 6, and  Stanley Keichel
hat iin  October.      After    his    fight  with
to   sign
Th.   Maple Leaf Fereter" *
jl We have taken the Maple Leaf fur our trade mark, because it is Canadian.
ROWAN'S
ADAMS & DEANS,j*!^S:ies and Crockeryware
TELEPHONE  97.
ITON, VEAL, PORK
Frsih
Pork   sausages dally.
Be��t of Farmer's Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market   ^^^
!___��ne 192 McMENEMY & ANDERSON
for  hurling   the    sixteen-pound   shot, j Keichel   he   will   come  east
Kpb  Rose,    the %ung    California'final   articles  wth  Jeffries,  who  w
glan.   doing  th.   trick with  a put of,have   returned   from   Euro,*   by   that
50 and 26-100 feet. itlnw>-
B.C.L.A. Meeting. !
President Gray, of the B. C Lacrosse Association, has called il i
special meeting of Ihat or#d nidation
U he held In this city on HursJiy
evening next, when the referee question will be discussed. Several other
Important matters will also come up
for dlscusr'on.
French Rider Beats Walthour.
Paris, Aug. IB,���Magiet, the French
pace-follower, defeated Hobby Walthour, tho American cyclist, ln a
SO-kilometre motor-paced match here
lust night. The time was 24 minutes
3 1-5 seconds.
Run Commences
Badly For Week1
vL/
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
I
IS MADE Uf CANADA, AND IS THE PUREST AMD BEST.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
Electric Railway Service j
Interurban Line.
Cars   for Vancouver   and way
nations  will   run every half
hour   from   5:50  a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Laat car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
tw"nty minutes tor both Sap-
Ipprtnn and city limits over the
"ty   line.
City Line: Cara leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minute-
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 balf-houriy between 8:30 a. m. and 11. P- ra
���
���
4
 j
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd j
events the season Is due to close on
Wednesday of the present week.
Commissioner Inspects Traps.
Dr.     Prince,    who    has    been    ln
the city for the last few ilays, paid a
! visit  to the    traps    on the American
tsitle al  Boundary Bay on Saturday af-
  I ternoon.       Attempts     to    locate  him
Manager McCloskey of Milwaukee j yrBtenlay evening were unavailing,
has signed -lack Warner, the old N^w but it |s Btlttotl that on his return he
York catcher. reported having found    the traps all
������- idown.   and  full  of  fish,  although   the
Eddie    Karger,    the    old  Cardinal ick)S_   s,,���s<���,  wag   then    supposed   to
pitcher,  Ik  making    a    nice  showing.t_on
with the Boston Americans, |    Thp tla|,y rpport of the canners' as-
 . isocliitlon  for Satuidnv  Is as  follows:
Pitcher Durham, who was given a l Bellingham���Canneries still have a
trial hy the Giants, hna been turned ;,������ (I,ll,l,lv of flBh Al,out ;;0 pPI. cent.
hack  to Toronto    by    the Columbus jhumpbuck's being taktu In their traps
club.
Frank Alhti. the Southern college
pitch-.-r, secured by Detroit, struck out
ten men ln a recent game at Memphis.
It Is said now that both Cleveland
and Pittsburg will be Invaded by tho
American association next season.
SUCCESSOR TO DOWIE
FIGURES IN COURTS
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Chicago, Aug. 15���Wilbur Glen Vo-
llva, of Zlon City, successor to the
late' John Alexander Dowle, as over-
���eer of the Christian Catholic Apostolic church, may be imprisoned In
Uke County jail ln a few da^-     |M.
A judgment against him for *1"-UV"
entered last Thursday by Judge Robert Wright, of Belvidere, In favor ��\
Attorney Philip Motherslll. who sued
Voliva for slander and libel, must be
paid or Voliva must appeal the c_a��e
In order for him to keep out of Jail.
It Is said he is -.nable to pay the
Judgment.
Anacortes���Canneries still have a
full supply of flsh. About 75 per
cent, humpbacks are being taken in
lower traps. Boundary Bay traps
taking mostly sockeyes.
Phoinlx���Average 200.
Imperial���Average 160.
Brunswick���Average 140.
St.   Mungo���Average  165.
Ewens^���Average 90.
Vancouver���Average 112.
Oh You Aeroplane I
Roanoke,  Va.,   Aug.  15���A    young
.Woman of this town reports the birth
of a child which >s growing wlngg Instead of arms.
Live Stock  Insurance I
Live stock Insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best, kinds of Insurance In existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer In ihe past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class cf Insurance,
and as thsy do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to th greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate less which has eecu red on any of ths company's policies
since thsy started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following latter ia an
Instance:
New WeslmlnBteif, June 23, 1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss ot my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
yest.rdav I have already received cheque for $200.00 In
full payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to loss some  valuable ateck,  enquire  for particulars.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET. PHONI tt.
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PAGE TWO
THE   DAILY   N E W S
MONDAY. AUGUST 16,
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND,
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents  and  did not  let the  people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You must tell  the people what you have to *->H, why they should    purchase   from   you   and
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got tho habif of thinking that because we have been a  long time  in  business  everyone musi of n cesslty   know   all   about us  _ l""
wares.       Use   the   advertising   columns  of The  Daily  News  and   keep abreast  of the  times.
our
.WANTED���TO
nished house.
flee.
RBNT,      A      FUR-
Apply at Now.. Ot
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE, LOTS
in Kitsilano (Vancouver) and Ha-t-
legs townsite for good lot In New
\\ tmlnster, clos. in. Address P.
O. IKix 565, City.
VAN . Bp- -A NURSE GIRL.   APPLY
Mrs. (Dr.)  Jonf-s, Royal avenue.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OF
Dlckens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap.      516  Twelfth  street.      Tel.
!    R481.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &   CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
( ty, farm and suourban property,
260 Columbia sireet.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, bouse wiring,
annaiure wiring, motor repairing.
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 881, P. O. Box 928.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of B.ackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
1 HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings. Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.  New  Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEYS PICTURE POST
cards are on sale    at  M   Morey'i
Stationery Stor.-, J, G. Gamon's'cigar divan, F Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Pair,''  Columbia  street.
TYPEWRITING   SONS  OP  Stui ~"~Vvv
^. -~~~.     Bociation, I.o |
FREEMAN      BUNTINO,     ROOM     7,
Guichon block.     P. 0, Box ��!M.
CI'STOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letter*, etc.' Province ofllce, Columbia  str-p-t.      Hlnpue 62.
WANTED���PIANO OR VIOLIN LBS-
sons in part payment for room and
board; will pay $4.50 f(ir two meals
and room- W. Howard, Crystal
Theatre,
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL ES-
tate ami insurance. Phone ...0. 186
Columbia street, P. 0. draw-r 100.
WANTED���TWO JUNIOR CLERKS;
must have Higt School certificates.
Apply Royal Baai; of Canada.
LOST.
LQST��� SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
Bit with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One  pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally News offlce.
.SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. Ii. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  33-4.
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 $1050. Small ca3h payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
Ciiy.
FISH   AND   GAME.
[BENSON   ft  AYLING.  FISH,  FRUIT,
j    Game, Vegetables, etc.      Begbie -ct..
opp. V.'indsor  Hotel.
tiOST���ON SS. TRANSFER, SAT.R-
day, July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped pp^an attacht-d. Return to
Daily  News  Office.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin I, phone 308. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and Insurance. Money
to  loan,  744   Columbia Btreet.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
ROOMS TO RENT.
E-0 RENT-rFURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE, PUR
nished bedrooms; reasonable terms;
828 Royal avenue.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSUJ,
with hath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
EDWIN G. W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT-
C.uiclion 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. Office: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
FURNITURE
W.    E.    FALES,   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 170, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cerles, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Boi 811.	
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,  B.  C.  LAND   SUK-
-tveyor.      Ellard block, New    Westminster,  B. C.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
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.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
DYERS AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL   CITY   CHEMICAL   CLEAN-
ers and dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
MACHINE WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill planta and specifications prepared.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE ft EDMONDS, HARRIS
ti-rs and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminst.-r.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmond-.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRiE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A Whealler, VV.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, liarrl.
ters, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New       Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 40S Hastings Street west.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   70S   COLL'M-
bla street. Fins-class moving
pictures; Illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday   Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program clmng-ed Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
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.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees pbone 445.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and  Clarkson  st.
l'Jl-Mi.is on  - .    ���\^l\
Tuesday ���f ....  , .,    W �����
hall.      Chief, v. ��,*�����*
JOARD    OF    Ti, .1 i.-\|,u-~rr|
minster Board "     ^
board  room,  v ;  ���   ����� .
Third   Thur.,1 , ���" ,0��M��3
quarterly    me, V��_S_
Thursday of y.. *J
ami Novemh . pm '   ml
meetings  On fAD;]'|
February. ,   ���'*-\
proposed and - M
ly or    quart, r ,, .,'     "��l
Stuart-Wade, bi 'l|
O. O.  F.���ROYA
No. 3���Meets   in
Columbia stree
lng at  8 o'clock,
will he made well
N.  G.;   C.   E  ().:���
In^ secretary
CIT.  unM
Oddfellow taji?
' fi U; (--..j
���'-e twtlnj
0 ���'��� _,.,/
'' S. ."M0r_.f
OTHER FRATERNA . .i,U_Ural
Include the Union I -��� .'ige. No. _ a.1
F. and A. M.. King .Solomon LMgel
No. 17, A. F. and a m i, o _l
No. 1150; L. 0. 1. NO 1593; C��|
Sapperton, No, 4683, ; 0 F.; . uj
F. Court Westmli ter So,
Urothp-rhood  of Owls, .sen- So. ill
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE,
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, Btalr, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. .1. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 251, Phone
473.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. O. O. F���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27 ���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held In Oildfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noole
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 streei.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 409'.. l.O.F.
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
SECOND-HAND   8TORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new aud secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
FRATERNAL  ORDER  OF   EAGLES,
Aerie No. 20���Meets evp-ry Tuesday-
evening at 8 p.m. In the Eagles
hall, Columbia street. J. N. Altch-
-son, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secretary.
The condition of th.   old bridge
vfhin
not  considered    safe
traffic   and   the  public
caution.d   against    haul
any kind over it.
Persons continuing to
tl'iti notice must tdkv all
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk
Clry  Hall,  New Westminster, i
23rd. 190..
mg bads.
dl  SO
the nskit
Opera  House  Bookings.
Aug.   14.���Burns-Johnston plena)
Sept. 3.���Polly of the Cl������ u
S*-pt.  18.���Knlgbl  tor a Daj
Sept. l.s.���The Tim    Place andfl
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Days.
Oct. 5.���In Wyoml ���
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle,
Oct.  IS.���David  Harum.
Oct. 20.���O.    Henry's   New u?
"Lo."
Oct. 27.���Cart, r I e '���'���
Oct. 28���The Cl max
Nov. 1 and 2. -1      Shi pherf M
Nov. 4.���Parisian  "��� !<
Nov.   19.���Human   Hearts,
Nov.   22.���Forty-five    Mm-ne. fro_|
Broadway.
Dp.-c.  1.���In  Dreamland.
MAKE YOUR APr_A_ to the pubi
through the columns of THE DAIUJ
NEWS.    The  Morning Paper.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Afona.nctnr.r_ and Detune en Att Km*," nt ~ ~  "
Lumber,  Lath,  Shingles,  Mouldings,  Sash,  Doors,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work.'^Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
LAND ACTS.
District of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, Jeweler,
Intends to apply for permis.Ion to
purchase the following described
ands:
Commencing at a post planted ln a
mall bay on north shore of Berry island, dated June 4th, 1909.      Apply-
ng for the  whole island,  containing
100 acres more or lesa.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4ih, 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, lady,
Intends to apply tor permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of KlaoHsis island, a
small Island south of Turner lsiand.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the whole lsiand, 40 acres more or
ess.
DORA ANDERSON,
Pe.   S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June Gib,  1909.
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing andJDraining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
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. Ap-
plying for the whole lsiand, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
penter, 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, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
District ot coast Range One.
Take notice tbat Albert Hunt, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ln
bay on north shore of Kees island,
one of the Anderson group. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying tor the
whole island, containing 160 acres
more or less.
ALBERT HUNT,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June Cth. 1909.
District of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Johnson, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, sales
man, Intends to apply for permlssioi
to purchase tbe following descrtb-o
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of John island, an Island between Kees lsiand and Davies
Island. Dated, June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 60 acres more or less.
JOHN JOHNSON.
Per 8. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, the largest Island In the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing 60 acres  more or less.
BERGETA  ANDERSON,
Peir S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice tbat Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer. Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
landa:
Commencing at a post planted In
a small bay on north shore of Bend
lsiand. Dated June 6ib, 1909. Applying for the whole lsiand, containing 80 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
I
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vanoouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase tbe following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ��n
the southeast shore ln a small bay on
Compton island. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applying for tbe whole Island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th, 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that James Watson, of
Vancouver, B. C., occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described landa:
Commencing at a post planted on
the northeast shore of Owl lsiand.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the whole Island, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JAMES  WATSON,
Per 8. H. FORD. Agent
Dated June (iih, 1909.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Adolph o. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase Uie following de
BOrlbed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib lsiand. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole Island, containing 90 acres
more or less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per 8.  H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th. 1909.
the date of the first publication ������
of In a dally newspaper publisWiil
the City of New Westm nster, IHHa
duplicate of the said o rtlflcate �����
in the meantime valid objeciion ��j
made to me in writing.
C. S   KEITH.
District Registrar of Tit**]
I_ind   Registry  Office,    Na* ��";-J
minster, B. C, August
1909.
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
Take notice that au applieauoa j*l
been  made  to    regis., i  Annie WS
as the own-r in fee Bimple, unto'
tax sale deed from Sidney A. F|el���
to Annie Ryder, bearing date the"
day of October, A. D., 1906 of al ��
singular  that certain  parcel or "j
of  land  and   preniincs  situate. ')��
and   being    In   the  district <"  *.
Westminster, in the province 01*
Ish     Columbia,     mon-     P^fSl
known and described m U>i 23,      I
ULotn 8,9,16 and g^J*!
Lots l._l
8, 9, 16 and  17,
12, 13 and 20, Block v ww '���  ,,l
and 17, Block 10;  Lots '���/;'^1
d 17, Block 12; Lots 4, 5, 1* ��TM
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice  that  Jacob  Jacobson,
of Vanoouver, B. C-, occupation, car.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
intends to apply f��n- permission to pur-
;of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
chase the following described lands:
Commencing at a  post  planted in
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 following the coast line to point of commencement.
WILFRID DOUGALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
1,
5,
16
and 17, Block 12; low ��, . "���--1(
20, Block 13; Lots 1. 8 i, 1�� m^
Block 14; Lots 1, 8, '���'��� W ��j|
Block 16; Lots 4, 5, nnd 20, m*
Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17. I|ll,ck', u*
6, Block 21, all subdivisions �� ���
203, Group 1. Lots 10, 11. "p 'Y,
and 15. Block "K" subdivision "' g
268, Group 1. Lots 24, "���'��� -""i- I,
and 32, Block 1;  Lots 2- :'; ,4'''j'��
10,  11,   12,   13,  14,15,18, U^
DO  Of '
Block 4; Lot 16, Block
16 and 17, Block 15; Lots 4, n. ~jj
and 20,  Block   9,  subdlvlsiM'��."3
203,   Group   1.       Lot   7.   IH"0"
Lot 227, Group 1, Map 1- '���       ��� or I
(aiming tMWJ
You and those c
under you and all persons -^
any interest In the said land w j
ot any unregistered Inst run'�� ��� ���
all persons claiming any l"";' ,����
the said land by descent, ��''-|9lfl_
Is not registered under ihe P"Y *
of the "I*nd Registry A''1- ' ul
pulred to contest the claim oi ^
purchaser within twenty ow�� ,������
the date of first publication " of,
notice upon you, and I" d�� 0
caveat or certificate of "Bi w��
being filed within audi perioo, ^
default of    redemption    '""^m . I
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, N.w
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certl- tratlon, you and each of >'��>' " 'fI.i��
flcate of title number 1757a, Issued in forever estopped and debarrni ^
the nam. of WUUam Oleson, has been setting un any claim to nr �� .0
flle? ..    t?l8l,offlf ���   , !of the said land, and I ��������"/]�� fit
Notice Is hereby given that I Bhall, 'Annie Ryder as owner thereot j^
at the expiration of one month from And I hereby order thin PUUI MON
DAy, AUGUST 16,
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to
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a
twenty days
published  ln   s'
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I       �� 1h'T"l   Reglstrj  Office,
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MADE IN CANADA
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREB.
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:
,   F.   tt'el
w   g   KEITH,
;.   ���        Rt   Istrar
mei   Vnder-
Laldlaw     Estate,
v i :. in  Marchanl
I - ..in.
i m
Ly III.:I-
unPSlS   OF   CANADIAN    HOMt  i
N   STEAD   REGULATIONS.
���vo.i-.     ���    "     ���    " l-""lf,^'u"-j
'-���"' British Colum-
���'".. i .-, any per-
ead ��i a t&miij [
years oi agi-, to '
rti i   section  ol
i ' n    -.
, v musl " reonally ai
.   tor die distnci
' . v. ..     Entry
ver,  I.,   in.i.It- on
uv   father,
brother or Bis-
|, homesteader.
1 ' , required to per
ENGLISH VLHSUS GLRMAN
INFLUENCE IN STATES
Americans Turn  to  Teutons  in   Many j
re  They   Formerly
Look-.-d  to   English.
SALERATUS
IS THE BEST
E. W. GILLETT CO.. LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
AUSTRALIA
connected there
*der   ,,.,     ol    the    toilowing
KNOCK   BRITISH   SETTLERS   the   Engli
The  Dally    Mail
��� r trom Medil] Mac-
��� r    oi    the  Chicago
thai  it is a tas.
,   tor  the  English
to  the  Englisli
attitude of modern
������' '    "���'���  ��� i    England   and   the
Mr.  Mmi' ,-.-, the  English
:   overlooks   the  extreme  na-
���      tn of Ami rii ,n opinion, which
nly   a    perfunctorj   sentl-
"it'll' tor England ol today, whatever
fewling  th  re may le aboul a common
i"'' resi eare, the Bible and
I  .    M ' !i iri.t.      He forgets  also |
i' Induced iti a rav.   self-
i oni... mil    i,    -.vii'   uf con-
and .li ...   on tin- part ot
Perth, Australia, Aug,  l .    p
Mom-,, of Wesii-iii  Australia,  n
io a  deputation of settlers  ii-
old   counlry,   who   brought   a   n tm
of alleged grievances under his notlci
became Incensed and bluntly declared:   "I  have  had  more  trouble    with
British   Immigrants   than   any  other
class of settlers, and I am going to :'
tii.''homesteader iour a^Pnt  general  in   L_mdon  not   to
v  . i\ months' resilience
ni cultl of   the   land  on
,;,",,'��� '.��� .-ars.
I'll,),,, i ��� , or mother, if tne
i:, ,,.������ a : . in in the vicinity ol
I entered     '   the requirements
. may  ba satisfied  by
ipti-jori resi ling with the father
mtlier
I If tiie Bel .     'ins his permanwii
|en(e upoi lng   land   own..
j iD ii  Inlty of  his nome
j ���;. :.       ��� m nis a., to resid.-n
residence
nld land.
send oui any mon Immigrants, ti
matter how much capit i] they have
unless he Is thorough!} satisfied that
they are mti who can make a .- icce a
on lhe land."
ton despatched and received via Vancouver.)
8:40 a.m.���C. p. R. east (first train)
upon |Sapperton,   Fraser  Mills  and   Coquit-
j lam.
.. in writing should
Iiv.. -,, ��� mmisstoner of Do
Jon lands :     ittawa of Intention
	
PaL���Coal mh lng  rights  may   he
(or   ;i       Iod  -pi     'wenty-on.
h at an rental  of $1  per
Teutonic   Influences.
"In   v ..... ei}   reallz    our-
elvi ,     ��� . ixlcallj.   a in- 11.. ins
like  i-i bui    frequently  do
aoi  'il,   i      and "      rhe writ, r pro-
��� ��� .i il liscu ��� lie Incri asiiv i eu
iv. c m" .- v on tv- United States.
' \\\. ir.' uulj change professors
with i;. im.ii. uiiiv.- rallies,' li.- Bays.
' We in , oi !u -v v., psychologists
and ei,. ��� [or   our   best  chairs
vV'heri as general Ion ago we look.-il
���" Oxford inul Cambridge for InBplra-
i.iin. ao�� '.- tm n i., Heldelbi rg ami
, ..i; c. W . have Germans on tlie
bench, in ii'isiivs.-, in Un- law, in office .unl ei kiiv it. English wii,! a
German accent is more familiar to
our ears than English wiih ai Efcw-
lish accent."
German Audacity.
if American support i- "f any value
io England, Mr. MacCormick con-
cludi s. something should  lie done  to
1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Ci-n-.ral Park
ami  Eraser Arm.
l:3n p.m.���East Burnaby, by courier [offsel  the Teutonic Influence, "otn -r-
.: 10 pin.���Burquitlam, by courier.      wis,- Cecil  Rhodes will  have created
3:30  p.m.���Blaine and    Seattle,  in- bis trust to no purpose,     Tha English
eluding aii U. S. points. journalists are wasting their time and
ft:40   p.m.���Serond   Mail   east,   ana   Ink on  us,  but  German audacity  will
Not than    25<iO   acres (closed  mall  from  Sumas, and  Si-attlf-   compel   our   admiration   and   his  l_is-
���] be lea. -    '    one Individual or Including U. S. A. matter, and also marckian sharp practice amuse us."
���pan--'     A a;   Hi,- rate  oi jFrase> Mills. 	
] cents ihall  In- collected
Ibe merchant:1.' :   coal mined.
W   W. CORV.
lily of thi  Mini ter of th,- Interior.
B.-1'nsutl       .'   publication   ot
fadvertiseuieni   '.Mil    not  be  paid
Railway Time Tables
Mail Service
Mowing an- the hours of despatch
1 arrival ol mails ut the New West-
liter post offlci . ihe hour given ln
P case vi -��� ihe  Hour of closing,
pch is li,,.: . r. as a rule, be-
i tte actual despatch.    AU  mails,
suVmt-m.-,. Muted, are despawtn-
!_���'; recelred   ! lily  except Sunday.
only mails   dispatcher   and   re
led SimJav are the U. N. R. South
If. P. K ea : mails, not including
raj malls,    Sapperton,     Eraser
land Coqui-; , n.
Mails Despatched.
r :    i 1  at  eleven oclocK
prewuiii uigiitj���Vancouver    via
f. R. Owl,
[a.m.-Vu:i,,,;ive|. and victoria via
Electric railway.
Prst.' I'- li  east laking all points
Iwud.ii. Langley and district.
|>eMil (or A.bo.s.ord all_ dis-
P. C'layburn .md district, Hunt-ng-
land Uis'ri. i. and Matsqui are des-
pd b) ui, : Vancouver.
1a.m.���Blaine and Seattle, In-
RJ all 1 S points east and soiun;
|*al| 8 Prairie, Fernrldge and Haz
F*. on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and
lirdays.
_'������"���'" nils are received from
r"" 'v Hall'a Prairie, Ua-
Pri-ani 1 , i_ge, whkh arrive on
frort Quid train o.i Tuesdays
PJ��. and Saturday*.
M'J a.m.���Vancouver, Victoria and
llral Park, ,|, H  c. Electric Rail-
'J i'1'    Strawberry    Hill, nm
r louth  Westminster   by
VY  '"        lud Pr'day).
��� Burnaby, by courier,
i litlam, by courier.
��� vim-r months cio_e al
g lay)- Ladner,  i'm-i
na"''   Wi  :vim    island   and   Sun
i  '''' ' Sunday; Woodward
f and Baturday, via
(Steveston mall des-
1,1        -ived  via Vnncouver.I
Vancouver   and    . ipei
" vla ,;   N. lt   north
.. rdale,   Nlromekl,   and
It folia
prsdn
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneoule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New West-
minster at J.oO, 6:50, 7:20 aud o:0_
a.m., aud every half hour chereattei
until 11:30 p.m
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at .:.0, fl:2U, ti:..0, 7:20 and
8:00 a.m., aud every half hour thereafter  until  11:00 p.m.
Sunday  Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver tor New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., and
every half hour thereafter until
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave New Westminster for Van
couver at 8:00 a.m., and every &*�� |counci.7n    -hl^'country
hour thereafter until 10:no p.m. Lasi
car 11:00 p.m.
D. J. McQuarrie, Local Manager, New
Westminster.
WANTS   INDU-TRIAL   PEACE
THROUGHOUT THE WORLD
New    York.    Aug.    15.���Ralph    M,
Kasl'-y,  Chairman  of  tno    Executive
committee of the National Civic _ed-
leration,  sailed   for  Europe  yesterday
cai the Steamer I'.altic to look over the
ground in    Qngland    and on the co11"
limn;,  with  a  view  to reporting on
the  advisability  of  organising  an   International    Civic    Federation.    Such
an   organisation,   to   assume   practical
world-wide scope in    the    settlement
.of  labor   troubles  and  the  promotion
jof  improved   relations  betwecu    employer and employed, ha* been talked
'of in  circles  Interested  in civic    im-
'provement   both   in   ibis  country   and
Iebroad.    Mr.   Eagsley's  missi m    will
-onsist   largely   in   testing    tin    real
s ntlment   of   representative   D.���ll    of
Ufl irs  in  Europe regarding lh,   plan.
He   wyll   look   'into   fhe   advisaliltli-y
of holding an  International Industrial
some time
next year, a subject ii|>oti which h_
has bet-n in correspondence for some
time with civic leaders in foreign
counrrieB.
Great   Northern  Raitwiy.
Lv.  N.W.  8:B0 a.m.;   ar.  Seattle
3
35
p.m.
Lv.   N.  W.   11  a.m.;   ar.   Seattle
3
55
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 4:32 p.m.;  ar. Seattle
9
40
p.m.
Lv. N. W. 12:10 a.m.; ar. Seattle
7
15
a.m.
_v. Seattle 8:05 a.m.;  ar. N. W.
o
55
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 4:33 p.m.;  ar. N. W,
9
30
p.m.
Lv. Seattle 11:45 p.m.;  ar. N.W.
6
20
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 12:25 p.m.;  ar. N.W
6
_._
p.m.
EXHIBIT FROM  VERNON.
Mayor    Keary Persuades    Up-Country
Town  to  Send  Fruit.
(Vernon Nowsl.
W.  H. Keary. manager of the New
Westminster    Provincial    Exhibition,
was in town for a couple of days last
'week,    accompanied  by    Mrs.  Keary.
So strong were    the    representations
itliat  he  made  to the directors of  live
!Agricultural   Society,   that   it   is    not
unlikely   thai    they  will    reconsider
ilnii-   deterininat'on   to   make   no  exhibit  at   New   Westminster  this  fall
and  may  se: d down  fruit  to compete
lin the f've l'0* class, for which hand-
'sonie cash  prizes are offered.
Clayton on Tuesday,
ij ami Saturday; Tynv>-
��� (" ' ;'    lai  and Friday;  Hon Ac-
and Friday.
1 l;    Vancouver and Burnaby
Electric Railway. Sat-
>1:' mail Is despatched to
t  Vancouver at this  hour.
1 Soatile, Including all U.
wl and south, via O. N. R-
iiii
Itoiin
lllillc
Point,
per."
p.m.-
Mllla
ling
PM
|nd. i"
>k, p,
:t��n, |
and
m k
"nil C. P. R.. east, l-'ra-
I'lils mall takes the  foi-
local    places:      Barnet    and
,|v   Pitt Meadows, Port Ham-
\ Haney,    Mission,    Chilll-
'���' '"ti Hot Springs, Agas-..iz,
���'|,v.''t, Siienc.es' Bridge, Nic-
aistrict, and all points vast
tenays,
Mails  Received.
G. N. R.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tues
day at 10 a.m., return* at 5 p.m. to
city. Leaves Thursday. 4 p.m., arrives In city Friday 8:45 a.m. Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In city
Saturday at 0 am.
Loaves Port Oulchon at 1 P m. on
Tuesday, 0:30 a.m. on Friday, and
fi:30 am. Saturday. Arrives nt Port
C.ulchon G p.m., Thursday and Friday.
Leaves Oulchon 0 a.m. each week
dav;   arrives   8:50  n.m.
Loaves N. W. 3:50 p.m. dally except   Sunday;   nr.  Oulchon   at   7  pm.
s*
w
Canadian Pacific
Railway Co.
f^-V-Urne and
Seattle,
points, via 0. N.
English Watchmaker
Gold Watc'aes for I_*ll s from *12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open fare
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gentB' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Elgin
Watchws.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Double transcontinental Servlc.
daily. with Pullman tourisi and dining cars.
Atlantic Express leaves at 9:06 a.
m.
Eastern  Express  leaves  al   7  p.m.
Sl Paul train leaves at 2: L0,
Cheaip excursion  Aug.  11  and  12.
Fo,- full part'culars, apply to
C. II. FOSTER, E. GOULET,
G. P. A., Vancouver.     CP.R. AgL
RHEUMATISM
Two  doors  from   Geo. Adams,  Grocer
', '':'"    Vancouver  and   Victoria
,iY;,. lu6Sday>. via B. c. Electric
,        lo=��o a.m���Strawberry inn,
,"! '  " ,��lay and Frida
-Vancouver
and
iy).
Victoria,
.',, "'   ",'"'  am. -La<in,.r,   fori
ThurXtham lsl;,nl !,n:' l'1'""
' and Saturday) Wood
"���������"- J- C. Bruce. (Steves,
ti
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
#^
I want every chronic rheumatic to throw
nwnv nil UH-ilicl_��s, all liniments, all
Blasters, nnd -ive MUNYON'S RHEUMATISM UEMEDY a trial. No matter what
your doctor may say, no matter what
your friends niny say, no matter how
prejudiced you may be against all adver-
tuoil rcnieilli s, go nt ow. to your drni!-
eist anil get a bottle of tbe RHEUMATISM UEMEDY.   If It falls to give satis-
I fact Ion. 1 will refund yonr money.���Many on
Remember this remedy contains no ial-
i Icrllc acid, no opium cocaine, morphine or
nt'lii-r hnrui.nl oriics. It Is put up umlcr
the guarantee of the Pure Food and Drug
For sale br all druggists.   Price. 28c.
ars
on
HOES
Would you like to save a few dollars on Shoes? It's
an easy proposition. Here's the situation in a nutshell: Fall's already treading on our heels, and Fall
Shoes must have room. If we
fail to close out the remainder of
our Summer Shoes right now
we'll have to carry them over to
next season and our Fall Shoes
won't have a fair show. There's
only one thing to do.   It's this:
HAVE  A SHOE  SALE!
only  salvation,   and   HERE
That',
our
WE GO!
Plenty of time yet to buy Summer Shoes, but little time in
which to sell them. The shoes
must go! Big shoes, little shoes,
all sorts of shoes included in this
sale. Now is the time to root out
the old pocketbok. It can do so
much for so little.
Ponder a moment on these prices^Jthen
act quickly.
MEN'S    $5.00  AND    $6.00  SHOES
FOR $3.75 AND $3.95
MEN'S $3.50  BOOTS  FOR   ...$2.50
MEN'S    $3.00    WHITE
BOOTS FOR  	
CANVAS
.   ...$1.50
MISSES AND CHILDREN'S SHOES
AT ALMOST YOUR OWN PRICE.
LADIES'   $4.00   EMPRESS   SHOES
FOR $2.50 AND $3.50
LADIES' $4.00 FINE LACE BOOTS
FOR $1.95
LADIES' HOUSE 8LIPPERS   ..95c
LADIES'    $1.75    WHITE CANVAS
OXFORDS 95c
THIS'LL BE A GREAT WEEK FOR BARGAINS- CAN YOU STAY AWAY?
JOHNSTON. Big Shoe House, ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, B. C.
THI LARQIST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILT  NEWS.
MONDAY. AUGUST ,6, 19Q9
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Simply
Means
This-
that you will have
to hurry if you
wish to take advantage of a good
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
PR OOF
STORE  CLOSES  5  P.M.  DAILY  EXCEPT  SATURDAY.
THE very fact that  there are
more Great   Majestio Malleable and  Charcoal Iron  Ranfei
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three times as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON     &     LUSBY,
Columbia Street.
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
OPENS TODAY AT 9:30.
61 O Columbia Street
Purnlsbed house to let. Eighth
street, beLwp.o Third and Fourth
avenues; $20 a month. Apply j. H.
Todd's music house. Columbia st.    '*
Everything f.r tha garden at Tidy's
phone 184. �����
Kor first-cia.-s cul nowers and any-
kin | of Floral work, telephone Davies'
Gr_-uiiouspr, K20S. ������
Order- were granted by Judge Mc
Innes iu county court chambers o.i
Saturday for official advertising in lh.
esiai^ of Peter Lynch, appli.-; for bj
ii L. Edmonds, and an order for ex<
cuiion in th,- case of Sherman and
Hencliffe vs. Brousseau.
Some things new in m.-n's soft
shirts. See our windows. j. E
Brown & Oo. *���
Some things new in nn-n's soft
shirts. See our windows. J. K
Brown & Co. ������
A large audience filled thc opera
bouse OB Saturday nigln to seL. Ur
Burns-Johnsco fi^ht pictures ��,ln the
battle winch gave th. heavywelgh
championship to th.. colored man. It I
was plainly Johnson all the way and
gave iti.- audience food for thought a.-
to how long the husky black will retain the belt.
Buy orchard   lands   while  they   are
| cheap and become Independent.      Wi
ai..- th... official agents of Tlie Western
'Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Let
I us tell you about their choice holding;- j
at Appleland.      A new  towns.te and i
;fruit  district    along  the  line of    tbe
| B.  C.  Electric  Chilliwack  lin.  and   V.
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
(This section excelis in the production J
lof all fruits.    Come at once while the
best lands are selling cheap and let us
show you this section at our expense.
We  can    sell    five,   ten,    fifte-m  and
j twenty acre tracts ou easy terms.     l-,
J.  Hart  &  Co.,  Ltd. *���
n,
1
Have you enrolled? If so, of course
you will start today���If not���come
along with the rest who are disirous
of obtaining a thorough business
t ra i n i n g.
Our school has been fitted up with
the best and most modern equipment
for the purposj of training stenographers and bookkeepers for future
usefulness and success. Enroll now
and be prepared to accjpt a good pay.
ing  position   in 'the  early spring.
Office open from 9 to 4:30; call for
any information you may desire concerning rates, etc.
A.   L.   BOUCK
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop"
Principal and Manager
| 414      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
The Art of Giving
is to select an article both useful  and  beautiful.    This combination
will  be found in my new stock of
SILVERWARE
Amongst   the   many   articles  will  be found  Fruit  Dishes, Cak;  Basket.,   Bread   Trays,   Toast   Racks,   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
There is a probability that th(, regimental  bugle band of the Sixth  D.C.
jO.R.  will  tour a portion of th.. world
I this summer, providing plans now un
der w;p.y  reach a successful termlna-
i tion.    The    bandsmen    are    meeting
twice a week  iu Vancouver for practice and are- preparing a program that
they  exp��>t   will   giv.-   the--i  a   wo/ld
wide   nam*,  as  entertainers.     Seattle
rni-n are said to he financing the trip-
Several of the members of the Westminster   companies   bugle   band   hav.-
heen   invited   to   participate   and   are
training with the Vancouver band.
Don't miss seeing the "eighth wonder 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
be seen. Visit the canneries at Steves-
ion. The S.S. Transfer leaves Bracit-
man-Ker's wharf daily at 3 p.m. ex-
cp-pt Saturday, when the steamer
leaves at 1 p.m., returning same day.
One dollar return. On Sundays a
special excursion to Steveston ami
return Is made, remaining at Steveston about an hour and a halt.
Steamer leaves B. C. Electric wharf
at 1! p.m., arriving lack at New Westminster at 8 p.m. Fare, one dollar
return. *���
Everything Is now ready for track
laying on th-e new Chilliwack tram
line to commence in earnest this
morning-. The track laying machine
was made ready yesterday and a Supply or rails placed on the attached
cars ready for use. The track laying
train then moved to the end of the
bridge, ready for operation today.
From row on It is expected 'hat the
work will 'ie pushed with all Speed.
Camping at White Rock, with its
bathing, boating, coo] sea breezes and
its excellent train service is proving
attractive i<> many these hot days. We
haw seven lots left ai $100 each. Secure one now; they will be $2W> or
more next year. Twenty-five dollars
down will hold one for you. While.
Shiles & Co., city. **
Ringlings circus passed through the
city   tin   route   to   Vancouver    where
they will perform this week.   The cir-
jcus is the largest in Hie world today,
land   requires   four   hieavy   trains   of]
jsonie twenty cars ear'i  to convey the I
equipment and accommodate the staff.
The  truins  were brought to the city
ov.r the Greai   Northern, then tak.m
Over by C.P.R. engines of thp heavier
types  anil   hauled   via     Westmlintser
Junction to    Vancouver,   the   Great
Northern   lines   not   giving   access   to
the grounds where the  performances
will in. iii-iii.    a crowd watched the
cars pass through the city.
I F. Walker and X W, Clark, convicts
I who endeavored lo end tln-lr sni-
; i .-ni-cs in tbe penitentiary before they
were UP. wer,. brought before Judge
Melnnes at the criminal county court
nn Saturday, and elected trial by jury.
They will be brought for trial before
the Supreme court In October, Clark
.was tho man who escaped with Miner
land has enjoyed a period of liberty.
Model Sign Works |
SIGN, 8CENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
FOR SALE.
Blacksmith   Shop
AND
f OUTFIT COMPLETE
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
ifksi
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee
(or ladles and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. m.
i .
This is a great opportunity for anyone
desirous of securing a good business.
For full particulars apply to
m
I
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
AUGUST
Move-On Sale
MOVE ON! MOVE ON! WE HAVE BEEN DOING POLICE DUTY
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. ALL LAGGARDS AND LOITERERS GIVEN
THE   "MOVE   ON,   MOVE   ON"   SIGN.
WE MUST BE CUSTODIANS OF OUR OWN STOCKS���WE MUST
COMPEL TAG-ENDS, ODDMENTS AND ENDMENTS TO "MOVE ON" IN
THIS   STORE���STAGNATION   IS   THE   DEATH   OF TRADE.
WE GO AFTER THEM WITH THE BIG STICK AND PRICES ARE
RADICALLY   AND   EFFECTIVELY   LOWERED.
WHAT IS THE NATURAL RESULT? WHAT HAPPENS TO SEASONABLE, DESIRABL_~F_SH-
IONABLE GOODS WHEN THEY ARE PRICED FAR BELOW REGULAR? THEY "MOVE ON" M��_
THEY  MOVE  AT A   PRETTY   LIVELY  GAIT.
THESE ARE THE FACTS OF THE STORY WE HAVE TO TELL TODAY BUT THE HGURES
ARE THE   INTERESTING     PART   OF   IT.
REMEMBER���IT'S TIME FOR ALL SUMMER GOODS TO GO���FALL GOODS ARE PUSHING
THEM FROM BEHIND. THEY MUST "MOVE ON"-REMEMBER-ALL SORTS OF ODDMENTS
AND ENDMENTS OF STAPLE LINES HAVE RECEIVED "MOVE 0N" ORDERS AND WILL LEAVE
THE STORE   IN  TRIPLE QUICK   TIME.
Tuesday, August 17
MOVE ON TAILORED SUITS, WASH
SUITS     AND      DRESSES,     WAISTS
AND   SKIRTS���MOVE  ON!
We hav,- given every wearable in
our Garment Department the "Move
on" sign. They have stayed long
enough���that have worn oul their
welcome. The scene must change.
Fall Suits, Skirts. Waists, etc., are
waiting to go on parade. The Summer _armi��its must make way for
them.
LADIES' WASH COSTUMES, Regular .6.50, for $1.95. Twenty only,
2-piece wash costumes; sizi-s 11- to 40;
regular    $4.00    to    $5.50.      Move  on
price $1.95
LADIES' WASH COSTUMES, Regular values .t).7.ri to $ln.00. Move on
price '3-50
LADIES' WASH SKIRTS, all new
styles; Regular values %lMi to $:i.2"i.
Move on price, each $1.95
LADIES' WHITE AND COLORED
BLOUSES. Regular values $1.50 to
$2.00. Move on price, each    95c
Twenty-five styles to choose from;
long and short Bleeves, plain and em-
broldered fronts; all sizes. Move on
price,  oacli    95c
LADIES' WHITE BLOUSES. Regular values $2.26 to $3.00. Move u.i
price,   each    $1.50
Beautifully trimmed attractive summer waists, short and long sleev-s;
all new and clean. Move on price,
each $1-50
MOVE  ON!   WHITEWEAR.   >
LADIES' WHITE NIGHTDRESSES.
Regular values $2,511. Move on price,
each 11.76
LADIES' CORSET COVERS. Regu-
lar values :i-r'C and 4l)c. Move on price
each 25c
LADIES' WHITE UNDERSKIRTS;
Regular values $1.25, Move ��n price
each 95c
LADIES' WHITE UNDERSKIRTS,
Regular valueB, $3.DU. Move on price
each $1-95
MOVE  ON!   FLANNELETTES.
Fifteen pieces of white and striped
flannelettes 29 to 31 _nches In width,
specially priced at 12 l-2c per yard.
Move on sal. price, per yard  10c
MOVE  ON!   LACE CURTAINS
Old    curtains    don't    Improve   I
looks of a room���ihey really taki  ���   .
slderable away from   its appi i   j
Just get some new draperies and Bee
what   a   vast     difference     thej   v
Won't cost much now.
NOTTINGHAM   LACE   CURTAINS,
96c per pair;  Regular $1.26 and J    I)
Eighty piiir of 3 and 3 1-2 yard Lace
Curtains in neat floral designs. Move
on price, per pair 95c
MOVE  ON  WASH  GOODS!
Ouiip- in  time  to be  used  foi
mer  frocks  and   at   these   pric.       ���
cac  well afford to add  to your
mer  wardobe.
PRINTS AND COLORED MUSL1N3
9c   per yard;   Regular  1.   1-2,-   to
Thirty  entls    of  Iineu    crash.
gingham,   fancy   muslins,   prims,  1
Move on price Per yard    9c
MUSLINS AND GINGHAMS, 1 -
per yard; Regular 25c to 40c. A
dozen ends which will find ready
purchasers. We are determined to
clear them out. Mostly light colored
BlTJped asul flowered muslins and
voiles; Regular values 25c, 3"c. 35c
and -I.e.     Move on price per yard 15c
LADIES'  SHORT GLOVES,
25c  PER   PAIR.
Regular 35c and loc.   Fifteen (l"
short,  .-dome    glows    in    tan,  :- ���
black and white; only sizes 6 to 7 1-2
Inches.   Move on price  25c
MOVE  ON' GLOVES.
LADIES' is and 20 taich lisle '-���'���
���10c   per pair;   Regular  00c    and   i
Grey,  tan,    black    and    whit,,  lisl
gloves Iii lengths as noted.     Move on
price par pair 40.
WATCH   FOR  NEXT
ADVERTISEMENT,
Giving more particulars and prices "'
our big MOVE ON SALE. Every
thing In the store reduced except
spool8 and patterns.
S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE TOR. WOMEN'S WEAR.

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