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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85.
_���     V  WESTMINSTER, B.  C,  THURSDAY MORNING, AUGUST 5. 1909.
FIVE CEN   "   Pi. _ CORY.
/IND DKiVtS HSU
INTO THE FRASER
STEAMER GEORGIA
BREARS ALL RECORDS
GENERAL STRIKE
IHtiM
Freight Consigned  From  Liverpool via
lockeye Reported Entering!    isthmus Reaches tne coast in
River in Increasing Num-j Thirt"Four Da>"-
bers.
IS ON IN SWEDEN' EROM PILLAR TO POST
in
ceiveo
otl catches
���
yesterd .
1 the elTeci
quiei
Ugh
���ne ��� ��� ;l I""n'
iiinii ������������������
i."
Vanoouver, Aug. 4.���Bringing cargo
here from European porta via the Te-
linaritepec railway in thlty-four days
and making tlie trip to Victoria from
Salina Cruz In eleven days, thi '������
gia, of the Catiailian-M rlcan line,
which reached Victoria this morning
en route to Vancouver, has smashed
all records for her line, and all othen
in  delivering  European  cargo to  this
Half Million Workers Will
Quit Within Next Twenty-
Four Hours.
ip  ti,(.   fishermen   were   out   again
'   B|ghi    and   according   io   reports
in midnight  iut,t  mgiii
were be ng taken,
Fish *'���''��� wming into the river In
! i r_ during the whole
the   heavy    west wind
from  ihe gull   having
of the Fraaer.     With     The Buropea., cargo from Ll?        I
in   the    evening  ihey   wUcj, is ������ l|](i Qeorgia, wa. .,.���, ,, l;
pl.-iititully  and  null-  fmm  ,���.���   ,���,,.,   )||M(,  .,,,   ;lll(|  throug���
lust nigh!  were io the ,,lst 00nhectlons mad,- al the Tehuan
Kt that the fishermen would report tapec   railway  the  Georgia  has   been
.,,__,.- ca chea ol the year at the Blul_.ted to bring lt here In the record
eries today, j time of thirty.four days.      Heretofore
Many Fish at  Mouth. tb,. vessel has called at Other .Mix i.m
catches    yesterday   were  ports en route, but tills trip she came
mouth  ot    ib..  river, direct   from    Salina Cruz.     oi    the
Cottonwood  Pass  hav-  cargo of   1000   tons,  aboul   700  Is  for
Vancouver, and the vessel la expected
in  port  her,. Friday  morning, to discharge,
The Georgia carries a Iarge consignment of freight Tor New Westminster and will proceed to the Praser
from  Vancouver.
Discovery of Tuberculosis
Makes Him Ineligible For
Penitentiary.
SUPPLANTING ASIATICS
WITH WHITE WORK PEOPLE
Will BREAM JP
First   Batch   of   French-Canadian
Hands  Will  Arrive  Shortly���
View   of   Employers.
After
Mill
judicial
_n. [consequence
jkins   b lik, Ij
, hi.- i rime,
protracted    negotiations, the
sciit-.ii,. Oi i.ie .i lectors oi the Praser
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    River mills lo replace the present un-
A   judicial   dilemma   has   arisen   m  satisfactory Hindu labor Seem, likely
..i   uiiicn  Edward   Haw- to mature.
to escape the penally ot      Rev. Father O'Boyle and the French
 H 'Canadian    employe,    Theodore    The-
The man. who    bad    become   well reaux, who went east to the counties
known    to    tiie    Westminster police at  the Junction ol  the St.  Lawrence
iln   .-h sundry    escapades    here, re-land  Ottawa  rivers, report   thai   Hey
celved a hint to gat om of town sev- have secured several families and will
;eral months ago.     He went to Van-[be  leaving in  a  week or  uin,.   days
with   the  new workmen.
The people, who are experts in  all
.lie best
kile ne
��� bouts I     ___________
,,,,,.,! v    tour hundred lish. The
however, appeared  to   be  going
the river In numbers, an I it was
kl.i.ate. thai equally good catches
kid be mad., from the upper reach-
fcetoi.,!"' morning,
I'li, repon ��f the Cenners' associa-
|n for yesterday  was as  follows;
Belllngham���''"t  70,000    altogether.
which 15,000  from  Salmon  Hanks.
(Continued on Page Two).
UCHARISTIC CONGRESS
TO MEET  IN   MONTREAL
Stockholm,    Aug     4.���The    allied
trade*  union    of Sweden,  which
Cludea everj   form of industry, issued
a  g��ni strike  order    today.    The
labo> ofl ���, .is hope io hav- the order
1,1  ':' operation  within  twenty-
r<""' !     n      The leaders declare that
hall    a   million    workers    win quit, i,���,,,..,,.    , , ,. ___, .
Troo��� q       couver, and It was not long before he
' v lv.,. been summoned i0 pre- returned to this citj to do a term in
Vl ���'" rioting. Tiv streel car men j the provincial gaol for passing bogus
Joined in the strike this afternoon not _*equ>;s He was released before
b car i- running In the city. r1'8   1<l'"1  ended  and    has now   been
The sink-v  Insist  that there  will Sentenced to Hv.- years' Imprisonment
lie no violence, and to show sincerity *n lll,r B-.(-'- Penitentiary for thefts,
hav.   letailed thousands ot  men   wno I    (J"    being    presented at tlie    local
are members of the striking organlza-1P��118;1  Institution  he  denied  was  ad-
tions, to help preserve order.
OETl ERRY BOAT
_
Tenders Ca ? i For Purchase
Of Steamer Surrey���Used
To Run Across River.
Word was received from Vancouver
[yesterday to the effect that the city.
of North Vanoouver, present owners
of the old ferryboat Surrey, had do-
cided to break up thai historic vessel.
Th,- old Surrey was built In this city
between fifteen and twenty years ago
and plied between New Westminsten
and the south bank of the Praser until the
Miniature  Rebellion.
The conditions in Stockholm resemble a miniature rebellion.
i        _______________ ���       e opening of the Praser brides
branches ot the logging trade and the On this side of the river tb,. farrv
sawmill business, are for the most landing was on the site of the nresent
part poor, and they will have to be Great Northern wharf, while n the
assisted with their fares to the Pa- south bank she landed close to where
Clflc   coast,   particularly   as   they   are. the   tannery   buildings  now  stand
Built by City.
Surrey was built and owned by
the   ciiy  of New   Westminster.    During the early years of her care,-,- She
was leased annually, among those who
Tlie
to |��.very   convenience   offered    with   th
In Idesii
io keep the people at a steady
METHODISTS WlU IMPORT
! HUNDRED YOUNG CLERGYMEN
bringing their families and household:
  ^^^^^^^^^^^    [effects.    The cottages in the mill  vii-'
mission  as  a  tubercular  patient, and  lage  will   be  let  on  easy   terms, and
Ithe   intention   was   to  deport   him
1 England,   but   the   authorities   are
'difficulty as the man ha.s been in Hie job
country over  three  years.      Whether I    The  directors  and  officials   of
���    . ..     ""' '""ln',he will be sent to a sanatorium or noi |company  express the greatest  abhor
bers ot !he ��oung socialist party are,.g unc���rtalni as he .annoi he deported irenc. of the   habits   of   the   Asiatics she was run directly by th.
j under the Immigration  laws. they are compelled to employ on the
  'rough  work around  the mill and are
;THIRST TORTURES  PEOPLE [anxious  to see them displaced.    The
OF DEVASTATED OSAKA jmen  are filthy In  their personal habits and send the hulk of their money and Joseph Grler engineer,
to India and China, insteai of spend
ing it in  the country wher*.  thev re
striving to give the movement a revolutionary character, and the governmenl, warned thai a political campaign is going on at tip. same time,
lias taken Bteps to nip the expected
disorders in tbe bud. The authorities decided, ai the first signs of insurrection, to declare Stockholm In a
state of Beige. Soldiers have been
quartered in different sections of the
dty and suburbs, and thy, entire
S reudv for
.ran her    on this    arrangement  being
the Capt. Card.     For five years previous
to tlie opening of the bridge, how.-ver,
^^^^^^^^^^ c'-ty, her
master being a paid city official. At
the tinip vhat she was taken off th.
run she was commanded by Captain
R.   Purdy.      John   Power  was  purser
���Montreal, Aug.  I���The committees;
the Catholic Eucharlstlc Congress
Ie being appointed and while Arch-1
simp Bruchesi wll| be the general
lairman, the Bishop of Nemours.
tain.', will preside over the Interna-
bnal commllte, as he did at West-
Ins'i-r laii jrear,
���Th.- features of the ''Vent Will be
jeetings In Laval university and &t
btr,. Dam. wiih a midnight mas., al
���ame church as wvll as mass in
���open air and the procession of the
kt through th.. streets of Montreal,
pilar to the one the Asqulth govern.
ent Wt compelled to prohibit ln
frndon.
| standing army of Sweden
Need Them as Harvesters in Spiritual  eventualities.
The labor  conflict    that Is  at the
bottom of this trouble originated in a
dispute over wages in the woo'len and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   I cotton Industries.      In the beginning,
  13,000 m-.-n wer,.. locked out, and other
industries    since    have     become   in-
Toronto, Aug. 4.-A hundred young , volyed    unti,   yest(.rdily   the  Employ.
Vineyards   of   Northwest
Canada.
(According to the new directory or
Prtawa just issued ihe city's popular
pn is now estimated ai 86,889, an ln-
eas... of .",:,(. over last year. The
filiation, according in the last  as-
ssm.-nt  returns  was  \.i,284.
IN TRUNRS
"PP��d Them   t0  Chicago   and   Now
Hold Them  f0r Ransom  of
$25,003.
v.
Fan arc
another
_on������v'"\A"U' ' Thiu 0ril<* aml
Pminauo Viviano, the children who
1'ie   ulna,,,., ;:���m their home ffere
r,n'Y inul are being held for  .25,-
rails,,,,,     were  p|acvd tniuUs
,h    "''A'    '" Chlca*��  is  the  boli.fi
we iKiiic. today, following the ar- i
. ", "1)'"" Allans.     The men un-'
���Hv. f ,''���'" 1'"";l"|n Giroloma. a
*'���'��������� for  Pietro
["'"���ii"  l.inlico
iYY'Y" h|n��Belf.     oiroloma
' ,: ?avln��  '-"'">i  'hree  trunks irr
,���".'  ft'��B��n loan express office:
,.",'.'���'! Ricardo, a friend of Sam-
I. Wl|h whom in, children
,''"'','"' ^d .in unidentified man,
, ,        '  Turrtsl.  rod,,   to  the
���   with th, trunk*    The
n    -o    " pui on the v{agon at the
... V    J,08(V)h   PagUO,   who   was   ar-
���    .! ij
i In �� atlgation showed thai
1 , were shipped by the Adam,
nmpany
"  la i Monday
......    ,    bar,   been   notified  and
| ���� l will go lhe,,, today to
I >'  U|K  supposed  clue.      But
'" the missing children
ID- fn n i'1 "''"'"'""".v the officers, s��v.
lh;,''"1" lv   ^at   Ihey  fear  fo,-  their
Methodist preachers are to be Imported forthwith from England. Tjis was
decided by the Methodist Mission executive yetserday. Rev. Dr, Wood-
worth was authorized to proceed to the
land of the Wesleys immediately and
] to return as soon as possible as a
modern centurion with Ills band ol
fervid evangelists. They are as urgently needed in the spiritual harvest
1 fields of the west a.s are harvesters
for the grain lands of th.- prairies.
In addition, an active campaign
'throughout Eastern Canada was _*��
Icided upon In the Intersts of home
| mission work !u the west, Tht. chief
I aim will be the recruiting of young
j Methodists for mission work on the
prairies and in ilu- Northwest. This
: effort will be conducted by Rev. O.
| Darwin of the. Saskatchewan Confer-
; ence.
Church officials of a'l denominations
In re and In the Unlteu States are per-
plexed by the problem of' manning
their home mission stations, while
they have an excess of student volunteers of both Sexes from the colleges
ready to go to the foreign field. Members of tlie Methodist executive expressed the vi-w yesterday thai by
making the needs nnd opportunities
of Western Canada known to the the-
logical students In England the problem would  lv solved.
���
ers' Federation declared a lockout of
iron foundry hands numb.-ring about
l.O.UOO men.
Toklo, Aug. 4.���Refugees from the !
burned city of Osaka ar,, in danger
of dying from thirst today. The ;
sufferers are camped along the railway and many of them are in a pitiful plight. The military has been
dispatched to their aid.
The water supply at Osaka was destroyed by fire which last Saturday
destroyed 12,000 houses and caused
property damage amounting to nearly
60,000,000 yen. Thousands of persons were left homeless by the fire
and large refugee camps were estao-
llshed. Food was sent t0 the sufferers, but water is so scarce that the
sufferings of the people has been terrible.
Was Centre Wheeler.
e  ��"c>   "-:    Ttle  Surrey   was  a centre  wheeler.
They are also In the hands of  the  motive  power  being supplied   by
LOSSES ARE GREATER
THAN AT FIRST THOUGHT
Incendiary     Fire  Will     Cost     Everett
$185,000���Many Arrests of Suspected Firebugs Made.
Everett, Aug. 3.���Everett is today
recovering from what for six hours
last night was little short Of a reign
of terror. No new alarms were sound-
nowise I
CLEVELAND REFUSES
THREE-CtNT RATE
Schmidt Ordinance Defeated by Small
Majority   in  a   Referendum
Vote.
Cleveland, O., Aug. 4���The Scjmidt
the city street car lines, was defeated
Split  in  Church.
at a referendum election here yester-
WOMAN LOSES $5000
ON PENNSYLVANIA TRAIN
ed  today,  but the city    feels
secure,  and  the  watch  will  be  strlct|flay bj. a vote of 31022 lo ^-^
tonight   to  anticipate  any   recurrence j    The    Schmidt    ordinance was    fos-
of last uight a grim work. jtered by Mayor Tom L. Johnson. The
With investigation today, th-e first campaign, which was waged for the
figure on losses has greatly increased,'last two months, has been patiicul&r-
and it is now known that at least ty bUter. Mayor Johnson municipal
$185,000 worth of property is a total office holders and others,' held hun-
loss by rvason Of yesterday's eightI'dredB of tent meetings and urged the
alarms. insurance on the several 'granting of ihe franchise. A commit-
buildings lost will be less than hair.ee of one hundred business men pp-
that amount. I posed it.
Prom evidence in the hands of the j \-ow that the Schmidt franchise has
police and lire companies, the theory (been  defeated     an    attempt   will  ibe
lng 1
side.  	
unscrupulous bosses, who take a per- a huge puddlw wheel, operated be-
centage on all the earnings of the men ; tween two scowlike hulls by powerful
and boys. high-pressure  engines.       Besides   ner
'"'  .function   as   ferry   she   acted   also  as
If n. Tliril    liini/irn fl^e   boat-   beinS    fitted   with   pumps
n.u,\ IKlAL -AnKIES which could thRnv ! " >    < ��� *
muii _ ���_n_ unnuiLU from flve ,arge n02zles    In her ca|);i_
WD kill  CUinr   lllir city,of nre boat the Surrey did great
IJKAW   oHAUL   LINt   W��rk at lhe bi& rm'- "lp f^t t'^t the
nun ii uunu- liiu 9ames dld not C0ntjume th.a whoIe oC
 . the wharves and buildings along the
waterfront being largely due to tne ef-
Object   to   Newly    Appointed    Bishop  f��rts of her crew.
Because He Is Too Black- |    After th. opening oMhe bridge ten
ders were called for the purchas, of
_ foe old ferry boat, and she was bought
 . | by  tne  city  of    Noth    Vancouver ia
..... ^ j1905-      On the building of the ferry
Montreal, Aug. 4.-The color line boat St. George, which now pile-
has been drawn In the colored church across Vancouver harbor she was put
here. Because Bishop A. J. Dickson out of commission and since that
of ihe High African American Meth- j time has onlv been used now and
odist Episcopal church Ig too black,; again to carry excursions or to sup-
th-e mulatto members of his congrega- plem.nt the other ferry boats when
tion have seceded and obtained the the rush of traffic was unusually
services of a good-looking young col-! large. For the last four years shored, _ut not so nighty colored,-has been out of commission entirely
preacher by the name ol the Rev. Mr. |. n<j has been beached at North Van-
bowser.    Bishop    Dickson   lias    pro- couver.
claimed in open me_tlng that there is |    The  city of  North  Vancouver has.
a conspiracy against him, and is ex- now called  for tenders  for the hull
ordinance providing  fcr  the  grant of horting all of the true blood to stick  the  joiiers,  and  engines  as  they  Ile
a  franchise   to   Herman   Schmidt,   in-  to him.    The mulattoes, on the other upon the beach.
suring  three-cent  fares on  a  part of | hand,  are   holding  their noses    very |  !	
high and calling themselves the "400.'
An ole Baptist church .the property
of the C. P. R., which will be torn j
down when the new Windsor Station |
is erected, has been lent to the secessionists by Sir Thomas Shaughnessy
for temporary worship.
grocerl	
mployee, I
nd-   Mother   Taking   Fortune   to
Her
That He May Buy Home Is
Victim of  Robbery.
of incendiarism for the last seven
alarms is practically proved. in
I several instances two men were seen
coming in liasle from a neighborhood
where fire was located soon after, aud
the methods used in starting a blaze-
Son were always kerosene oil poured on
straw and ignited.
Fourteen suspects bave been arrested by the police, and eight are
held. Ryan, the former Great >*111'-
t!n rn engineer who last eveni.i
mad_ to secure Uie passage of an ordinance for the settlement of the car
fight -along the line proposed by Inderal   Judge  Taylor.
His plan provides for, first, a
revaluation of the entire street oar
property by a committee of unblaSed
cltizens. He would then put in
force the three-cent [are P'.an, charging on-e ce.it ioj- a transfer, In case
tliiR plan failed to pay a six per cent.
SEATTLE SUFFERS
$35,000 LOSE OV FIRE
MILLIONAIRE NOW IN
CUSTODY OF SHERIFF
W. B. Bradbury, Sentenced to Year in
Penitentiary, Denies He Avoided
Police and  Sheriff.
Early   Morning   Blaze  Guts
Blocks   and   Threatens
Damage.
Industrial
Much
thoughi  to  have  proved  ���' i  alibi,  ls
Chicago, Aug. 4.���Mrs. Anna Chllds, jone,     A tr:end of Ryan's, who proof Washington, reported  the Ion.   of yid.d hiB bail when flrst arrested, was
$6000 yesterday while on ih,. way to taken Into custody today and released
ICblCago  on   a  J'ennsylvanla   railroad on $,-,0ii pajp      -|-j,��� fr|en(_ [g .. young
train.     Mrs. Ohllds is Well known In _igb school student, star halfback on
|Washington.     She was bringing the \fott goon's football team.    His con-
i.i Benedetto Lou s, j Tioney, which Bhe had saved during a   uction with the lire Is dlscredlte I.
The police   period of
was dividend on the valuation set by the
committee, the price ol the tare may
v raised to seven tickets for Iiii cents.
BANKRUPT   PRINCE
RENOUNCES  ANCIENT TITLE
years  while she  was a  mil- I
liner in Washington, to her so.,, Edward Childs, Clyde, 111. 'Th,. money
was for a present to hlm to assist him
In paying for a home.
The money is believed to have been
taken from her berth while she wain a wshroom.
BARLEY  HARVEST  STARTS
IN  THE  NORTHWEST
Winnipeg, Aug. 1.���In many districts Larlej cutting Is now in progress,   the  long   spell   of   hot   weather
Weimar, Germany, Aug. 4.���Prince
Hermann of Saxe-Weiniar-Klsanach,
the heir-presumptive to the grand
duchy of Weimar, lias renounced the
succession of himself or his heirs, it
any, to the throne of the grand duchy el's are Campbell
or Its property. |and 'he Seattle Marine Pipe Compa
This action    is  in  consequence  ol
lhe  prince's  extravagance,   which   al-
Seattle, Aug. 4.���Fire, the origin of
which has not been ascertained, early
tills morning caused a loss of aiiout
. _5,0oo to property at W eller street
and Railroad avenue. Tlie flames
were discovered by Night Watchman
Charles Miklebust In the sash and
dOOr factory of the Stetson-Post Mill
Company shortly after a o'clock and
lt was only through the rapid work
of the flre boai and various engine
and hose companies that the blaze
was confined to such a small area.
The Stetson-Post Company, loss >s
estimated at $.0,000. The other los-
Brotbers.  $l.,0"O,
*��ite Anne of Illinois
Performs Many Miracles
K
ankakee
Hl-. A"e. 4.���-Lillian, the
": old daughter of Mr. and  Mrs.
'.;*" ;!  fountain, 51  Station street,
.   ;���'''���''"��� was cured of bllndne-g on
"' 0.v',".n ��. lb.e annual pilgrimage
I" ih,
"iiirkin
'vena
11. .���,,..',ino,?r st' Anne at St. Anne,
'" the close of a nine days
���u.lil
fri uli
|with frequent showers having brought ready has caused his transfer from
the grain along at a surprising pace, tlie Guard of Berlin to a Uhlan regl-
��� Already there is a keen demantl for ment garrisoned at Saarburg, and
harvest hands, but the harvest will late to compulsory retirement from
j not begin for a couple of weeks. th_ army, after which lie was placed
j Rosthern reports that spring wheat under a guardianship. The prince
cutting will start next week, with the has been given the title of Count Os-
. grain   in   fine   condition,   and  earlier thelm, but he is totally bankrupt and
  Ithan  last  year.      Olher districts an- remains under th�� control of his guar-
two months ago and the mother de- as far advanced, but spring wheat cut. 'dlans.
termlned   to  make  the  pilgrimage  a Iting will not be general until well af-, 	
ter the mi<-lle of the month. Slight Quake In San Francisco.
The "silt, reports of hall and storm I San Franclsco Aug. 4,-The weath-
tlamage of this Season continue to er bureau obeervers report the occur-
come  to hand,  but so far as can  be ^^���
gathered at
Is lesB than
$50u.      Property  vaiued at a Quarter
of a million dollars was endangered.
San Rafael, Cal��� Aug. 4.���W. _-
Braduury, the aged millionaire, sentenced to a year's imprisonment ior
perjury, and who was given a thirty-
day reprieve by Gov. Glileue, surrendered hlin��vlf ir'o the custody of
Sheriff Taylor, of Marin county, today. Pradbury professed ignorance
of the fact that the police of San
Francisco and the Marin county authorities were searchiug for him in
this city yesterday and last night. He
. said: .
"I was unaware that a search was
being made for me until today. I
had no intention of attempting escape. I am too old and too well
known to try anything so ridiculous.
Besides, I am honest and wish to face
tin- music."
Bradbury reached the courthouse,
accompanied by his wife and Attorney
Fairall. The latter declared that 'he
sheriff's proposal to retain the aged
capitalist in custody during the tune
of his reprieve is illegal and contend-
that tlie reprieve exempts his client
Ifrom imprisonment.
second time.
Mrs. Michael Joyce, of Essex, cured
a year ago of running sores on the
left leg, received similar benefit today to sores on the right leg.
Martha  Colplnsky,   7  years  old, of
to ib��� ...,���    ,     . _. Kankakee,   Buffering   from   a   disloca-
uild nlvYt    V __.  !"��ther' lhe  ted WP. appeared benefited.
her el iK-er"" ,.b-Ck ln ^ H waa "Ported that a young son
rvl'ig for nv i,_ ����? ' ,ol)fn,ed- <>f a Chlcagoan, affected with hip tK_-
' ">'���"!.-h thl _S T ?U8"e. ,*r b1"' was llble *> walk for the first
'"' WendiTandhnSS. ?, .crt?P,T" it,nw> b"t tb|s could not be verified.
"" '" n ni- bv - Z e" W'lh lhe "ttle! Three thousand pilgrims thronged
Vi the air,, 'rn��� ",Y . ��� . Ithe streets of the little village, in-
hlld bscam. i ���, ,'2 Th\ f oludln8 WM on an excursion from
f M,""l  DOlsoi     1 '. VH'  e_eC,B  Kankakee  and  vicinity  and 400 from
"���' ��>ugh     .K      'll  by  Wh��0p"  Chirago.     Father   Bergeron   Of  Notre
was i.rfec   ,    ,   ,? T.8  V.J? Dame    Churoh, Chicago ,and    Wither
'���   hut   I, 1,   neL   " "SS? 0f ?}'  K<,r,ln  of   Brighton   park,  assisted  In
Blindness   reBUlt.d   again ,.,e ciORing services
Defrauded By Sisters,
Woman Attempts Suicide
San  Francisco,  Aug.    4.���.fter at- forts iater to recover a portion of her
tempting suicide    and    lying  uncon- money led  to her being cast ofl hy
scious all night on a lighter of lum- her sisters, she claims.
b_r anchored Ip    the hay,  Misa Vee Before    attempting    suicide,    Miss
Reldmaster, age_ 30, was discovered, Reldmaster    wrote    out  a  carefully
still Insensible,    early   today.      The worded  will, leaving her possessions
P-es^n.^hXn damage j^gf1 * g. m*��ii!WP��SS_ '" ffii^.h.^'W'*?-1!^^1^ to '^ ipWple   Vhb h_d'befriended
.* i��,i- ^l-SsS.?* ***S^.��^^ her.     She will recover.
wide area now und^oujUvatlpn _,I��"jit wAs not gently "lh��Wn to'have
ca|  hail damajte  has had practically
no effect on Lie crop as a whole
occurred.     San Jose, about fifty miles
to the south, reports a similar light
ter-       ^^^^^^^^__^^^_
Miss  Reldmaster,   after    being   revived in the hospital, stated that She
shock.     The time and slight force of had 80Ught    deaih    because she had
the disturbance waa confirmed by the beeD defrauded of a fortune of $100,-
at     the    University  or qoo by her two   sisters,    Mrs.  Mary
| Records  of  Oakland  and  Mrs.   T.  D.
Pothullo,   of  330   Third   street,   Van-
To  Call   Conference.    ���	
London, Aug. 4.���The Canadian and seismograph
Newfoundland cabinet ministers who I California at Berkeley
are now  here have called the atten-  	
tlon  of  the  imperial  government  to j   Frledrichshafen,   Aug.   4.���-The  waricouver j  c
the damage steam trawlers are caus-, offlc�� has taken over a Second  Zen-     About   two   years   before   the   San
!"R f�� n.^' .1 A.merl<f" fisll:rle8: 'tiPf"i1.alr8hlP' after severe ,e8ts' T,,e: Francisco earthquake, Mlss ReldmaB-
is expected that an international con-[airship made an ascent today during Iter claims she was induced bv her
ference will be called to consider the a hunderstorm, and reached an altl- ,8!H(er8 to gl���n a document which
nlatter- tm,eof 3m 'wt. 'transferred her fortune to them.   Ef.
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THE   DAILY   .VE
TIJ     ____*._
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Classified
vertisements
..i'.TED    FOR SALE.     TO =E',T.    LOST.    FOUND.   p--_
PROFESSIONAL    BLSINESS.    FRATERNAL. ETC.
I�� 3 IKM  bad  _-  '��� '-'-   -'<���  -'- *��     3    "V  c.'ts aid S;d r-\   r. ��.-e p��c- . ,-tM anything afccu: it. ^e v.ou!d nol  l��     =".���        '���'--  ~us*  " '  1'* people what ycu have tc ��e I,  *������.  trry shou c1    purchase   '':
-.' --. '.* the .; ... ;-.- ���"������ '���"."   r  rettarn    .- the .  money.      Toe man) cf ua have got the hat I c t- nldnj --a: :_ = -:_   *e h.a.e been a loig thn* in  pui ^e��_ e.e-y:-e mW of n ceisity   .--.A   .
a.^e-t s im   c: J~r s  c' The   -=   I   '.----s  3"P   *e;P  abreas;  c'  f-e  t:rre��.
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J"= Our
v ���-..-;Tr;r>���girl porhouse
Apply M.-s. T'-^ip.e CUC,  tim    I v
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D   RENT���SEVEN-BOOM    HC    -
-.���_   i:i pet month.     .-.
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GIR-,    TO    WOBK
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AT
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w��..-. .     I  '     .    I ���
Six!-'.     re.
WAXTED���A   MNINU    BOOM 'ilRL
_t   ooi ���:       A] ,..    ai   tlu   Q -���
B ������
WANTED ��� PO.SIT.'ON      COOKING
itox
FOR   SALE.
PEKIN    Dl ' -.-
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- - .
FOB .-ALE���COMPLETE SET Of
_.'.������������-.. ar.. Scot: eooi conditfQB,
cheap. Sideboard, ?ood oooditloa,
cheap. 516 Tw_f-._ street Tei.
R_:.
:r_     PEAR-ON     ELECTA
-1 -    In     - -   ���
Bxl ;:--   .   .   ��� .       - -        ise   -." ' -
ire wiring     a
Bank <A <'��� :���..������-��� i e    -��� - -
'pbone IM ?. 0  I   i -.-
FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE
;    :    MEHBY   6:   CO-  PHONE  Ai
-  oi   .r; -w��   snd   Carnarv. .
streets.     Have opened a fee; a:.:
----- vi    -.- I   - Worses.    Hors_
for sale     Reference  furnished
THE ERASER VALLEY NURSERi   a
L:d.,  Bun Lake���Foi
���-���---.-     t trees I hone 443.
= i = _R   HANGING   _.   DECORATING.
HUDSON.  WALL  PAPER.   H      _
M    . IngJ     B iriaj -.    and  Sa' II
-     ki.5..:;..-. ..���
I inging    _r.3     l< ng.      _._':.
streei   '������ -  Weatmlnater
WE   BUY   ANr, SELL   PLRN1TLRE
and  all   by-It ���'.  nea   and  6--cond
hand gc-ois ..   -,-������-:   near Tram
ofllce.
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ren    cord. -
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.COURT BRUNE.
���Meets the ft
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STENOGRAPHY    4    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM     7,
Gui       n P- 0. Box 6S4.
WANTED ��� TEN CARPENTERS.
Fraaer M_l_ AnderMn & Boddy,
contract^'..
WANTED���TO      KENT,      A      UI'R-
- ��� . -.- ���-    ...   u  .'������ -    Of
FOP. .-ALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
a.:;.-.-.      lei '  _'      harness;   snapj'
for  c-2-h.      152   Shertirc ke   street,
_:.; von.
FISH   AND   GAME.
ARCHITECTa
V.V   D.  GOODFEL-OV.-.  ARCHITECT,
Boom 14   Dominion   .rust block
WANTED���TO    EXCHANGE     LOTS
in Kitsilano (Vanoouver) a:.. Haat-
Ings townsite for good lot In New
Weatmlnater, clos - v a Idress P
0. Box 565, City
El WIN G. W. SAIT. ARCHITECT-
..  :/,;.   B.v.k.     T-iir; :-._   ._
BENSON & AYLINO PISH. FRUIT,
Game Vegetables, etc. Begbie -'���
'.:;   Wlndaor Hotel.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
)KSL_Y*S        PICTURE       POST
-:- are on sa.e at M. Morey*!
81 .'. '.-:;���' Store J. G Gamon's'cigar divan, P. Mac-vnzie's drug 6tore
and "The Fair," Columbia street
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
7. ewriting; copy work, business
tetters, etc. Province office, Co-
Inml la -v.-1     Ph< ne 62.
month  at    j  c
haii   Od l����
I FRATERNAL
Ar;e N     .   ���Mi
evening a:  - ���
ball. Colu.-bla - ,^*"
TirRl; I
eson, W. Pres ;
buy.
LOST.
LOST -- AT QUEENS PARK,
child- gold locket and cha n. initials M. P. H.; also con-.ii-.'j photo
of two children. Find'.-.- please
ieave at this office
AUDITOR  AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND AC-
conntant (ancoeaaor to C. Ham'^erj,
'��� ���- -..-:-: and s_r.ke*:_.ers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
;:'_. Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
���v   .-:, P. 0. box 7...
FURNITURE
|W    E.    FALES.   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholaterer a_: Undertaker,
'rr.-.- .'-..:.-= an-i McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call sl.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
B-:t with four ���rmeral-is and four
pearls, a larg,- ruby in the centre
One pearl    missing. Please re-
tarn to Dally News offlce.
LOST���ON SS, TRANSFER, SAT1 ii-
day. July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped p'-ar; attache.. Return to
Daily News Offlce.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Term, moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO RENT���2 FURNISHED ROOMS
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R    J     McNeil.      Over    T.    Ovens'
- ������-..'.-.ith ��hop  on   Eighth   street.
Carriages buiit, repaired and paint-
All work guarantee,.
REAL ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
P.eal Estate and Insurance Agentg���
City, farm and suourban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL ES
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia .itreet, P. 0. drawer 10'J.
GROCERY.
. IFOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
cf-rles. phone 3.6. The Pure Pood
Supply Grocery, P. 0. Box ill.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B C LAND SLR
���reyor. El.ard block, New Weatmlnater, B. C.
PROFESSIONAL.
IWHITESIDE &  EDMONDS,  BARRIS-
ters  and   solicitors,   Blackle
Cr!_-V,ii   stre'-t.   N-w   V.'_s:_:_BtM..
w. j. Whiteside, H. L. Edmona..
WADE. WHEALLEK &  McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C.. A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie i, Solicitors, Barri.
tera, etc.. 42 Lorne street, o; ;��� lite
courthouse, New Westminster,
i Pbone 143). and the Vancouver office* is ai No 5. Royal Bank Chambers, 40b Hastings Street west.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLIM-'
la    street        Firai-claaa    moving;
pic: iw .-'-.--���.   ,.ngs;   numer-j
ota attractions.     Program changed
.'���: ��� w��sdn--sday ani Friday.
THE  EDISON  THEATRE.    CORNER
CoiJni  ia   and   Eighth.       H:gn-c._-s
mo\*ing  pictures,   Illustrate 1   songs. :
Program changed Monday, Wedn-s
:_.   :_-. ; Friday.
SONS OF SCOT .-,Y~
soclation. Lord ol ,..;','.f,
Tuesday of ev. - . .,7 I
hall.     Chief, v;   Sui r^ "'
IOaRD    OF    TRA1       .._:-._.-
minster Board of Tr.i
-"nu.
. 1 room, Cit _Y,���.
Third Thnrad ..-��� -���_.;
q larterly meeting 0: ' __||
Thursday of Fe r v. i-qA
and Novem_.r. at - ��� >.__. ��3|
meetings on the third T.-..-_i.. ��|
February. New ::��� _ YJ
proposed and civ ��� :r.-r ztottj 1
ly or quarterly ���-. .-etist.' j .1
Stuar-.-Wa.ie, secret l|
for    light    houstfk'f-ping.
"Daily News,'' Office.
Apply
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY    TO    LOAN���1    AM    PRE-
pared to advanf:r: money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D, Buchanan, V. 0., New Westminster. .
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new Bix-room house close to Twelfth
Btreet car ilne, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, batn,
Price $1650. Small caah payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C. Box 56,
City.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. f.McADAM &
Irwin). phonft 808. P. 0. Box 874.
Real f-Htate and Insurance. Money
to  loan,   714   Columbia street.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING  UP    250    FOR    HACKS AND
smart   turnout     The   Fashion   Stables.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
GEORGE E. MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
WestmlnBter, B. C.
GALVIN LADIES' AND MENS TA1-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, pr��s^.
ing and repairing. Room 9, Smi'h
block. Entrance.. 625 Columbia st.
anj C'arkscn at.
.  O.  O.  F���ROYAI.    CITY  L.K|I
No. 3���Me,-!s   in :<    --���  -A
Columba street, every Friday nfl
Ing at S o'clock. Visiting :�����_���
win be made welcome 1;. E. gum
N. G.; C. E Osbo.-r.. p G, recoif
li\% secretary
UV MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite 'he
Court House. P. 0. Box 196. Telephone 64.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing      Midget loo3e j
leaf ledg-rs;   Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone    55.    P.  0.    Box  142.      Old \
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth Btreet.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet. 6tair. showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates fumishe.. J. Brookes, proprietor. Work-: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. 0 box 254. Rnone
473.
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETli
Include the Union Lodge, No, S.iL
F. and A. M. King Suloiccn Udftl
No. 17. A. F. and A M.: L 0 ll
No. 1150; L 0. L, No. 1593; CoBll
Sapperton. No 1M3, I. 0. _.;C.ll|
F. Court We-tminster. No. ��;[
Brot-erhoH  ���.  Owls.  Nen- ..0 1.1
FIRE ALARM  BOXES.
RESTAURANTS.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B.  C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc.    Satisfaction guaranteed.
I    Columbia street,  New Westminster.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickers, 21 meals for it. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE fMrs. Archer, proprietress.. Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, tolled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WOULD YOU MARRY IF SUITED'
Many marriageable ladles and g-n
tlemen awaiting the opportunity.
Write in confidence, E. M., p. O.
Box 29, New Westminster.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. O. O. F��� AMITY LODGE. NO. 27.���
Tbe regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, erery Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, nome
grand.    W. C. Coatbam. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings tlie flrsta nd third Tues-
5���Asyiuui.
6���Royal City Mills.
7���Carnarvon aril T��o:_.
S���Royal Ave; .-��� and Hgbih.
9���Fifth Aven ie an. T��?fi_
12���St. Mary's Hoipiui.
13���Second and P��r_ Roa.
14���Columbia ani Duflerli.
15���Sapperton
16���Royal Col.:.: ian hospital
23���Queen's  Avenue and Sixih.
24���Third Avenue and Second.
2S���Fifth Avenue and Fou-th.
26���Fifth Aven::.. ani Eighth.
27���Third Avenue and Tenth.
32���Agnes and Sixth
34���Schaake Machine Work!,
35���Columbia and McKenzie.
36���C. P. R Station.
42���Small 4 Burklin MM.
SLAVE IRAffIC STILL    SPAIN IS QUIET
THRIVES IN TURKEY
BUT STILL SULLEN
Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
Men and Women  Can  Be Stern  Repressive Measures ���
Quite Easily Purchased at'   Of Government Have Es-
Constantinople.
tablished Order.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
. Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
London, Aug. 4.���For some con- Madrid, Aug. 4���The government to-
���Iderable tim* past the government or jdaj. U8Md ftn offl(jfa| annollricfctn,.nt
Egypt   ha.-,   '
been lna.uir.ng into the
white .lave traffic,'' the only slav_
market, being Constantinople. As long
uh harems exlBt the Blave traffic will
probably continue. It baa long been
th��? custom of cvrtaln rich persons lo
Turkey to buy slaves In Constantinople and bring them Into Egypt an
iw-rvaniH. But of late It has been dltv
covered ihai certain alave agents in
Egypt haw introduced Circassian,
Georgian and Armenian gin. into
Egypt, DOt always for harem purpoB-s.
Several persons hav.- lately been summoned to attend either a special court
ur the ordinary tribunal fo having
dealt in slaves of various colors, bbtfl
_s vendors and purchasers. There is
no doubt that In Constantinople slaves
<.f both sexes, but mor,, often females,
can be bought freely. The Circassians
and the Armenians come from small
/���astern ports In the Black s'-a, and the
ships which Import them are rarely
caught by Russian guardships. Blacks
filter through by the Persian gulf,
through   Tripoli,  across  the  Red  ��ea,
Baying the crisis In Spain was now at
an ,-nd and the oountry was tranquil
from the Bay Of Biscay U> the Medl-
terran.-an. Tlie release of S'-nor
Igl.-sia, editor of ei ProgresSff, and a
certain relaxation of the censorship
are considered the best ertdenoe thai
danger la past.
The   minister  of   the  Interior  says
that not only the resi-rvlats, but  VU
unteera are flocking to the recruiting
stullonH  for s.-rvlce in  MOOCCO,
Barcelona Quiet.
Barcelona, Aug. 4.���The situation in
Barcelona today is tranquil, The only
erldencea of the terrible nightmare
through which the city pasBed last
week are the ruins of tlie convents
and churches and the tornup ))ave-
ments, the stonei. of whieh wer,. used
for the erection of barricade-.
There is, however, considerable ap-
pr<-h��nslon for ihe future. The ter.
rlble repreHslve measurrs of the military authorities have left a deep undercurrent of resentment among tha
masses, and fears still are entertained
ortX -_s;^f dimcuit to ^ix^ssfft './Urf- ���"; s%
trol the ingress or th, slaves bought Lgfc ^^ S 6 ^J
by rich Egyptians at ConstotlnoplcilMa of port ^ny ^ %_l*_J2S_i
and   brought     them   aa    servants   toL^m r,.Mni,n��� ����~.i*i���,���_ ..      _      _.
r<��m  republic  proclaimed in some of
LEARNING GERMAN METHODS.
Twenty-six Turkish Officers Enter the
Kaiser's Army.
Berlin, Aug. 4.���Twenty-six Turkish
the soldiers made their appearance.
Egypt.    As  a  matter Of    fact    these j^   commiincg fadl.u away (,s Hm.n _S
_lav��s are very well  treated, and  In | th. soi���ier�� m.-,,i_ their .,,���.ln'-"���
all probability, not at all discontented
with their lot. Th..- inquiries now about
to take place here will probably do a
>_r,-at deal to put a stop to this traffic.
Irrigation   In   Egypt.
Lethbrldge, Aug. 4.���.1. Carnplln,
one of the most Important men in the
Aboukir l^and Reclamation Company
which Is doing such great work In
Egypt, has been prevailed upon to
give an address at the convent on of
Hotel Butler Annex
Fourth Avenue and Marion Street
SEATTLE
RATES:
Room $1  p'r day up.
Room and bosrd $2.50 per day up.
F.om  with bath 12.50 per day up.
Room with bath and board t4 per day.
AH iut9ide rooms, with hot and cold
wa'er  steam heat, long distance telephone. 'Bus meets all trains and boat.
CARLETON  GILBERT.   Mgr.
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.,
ft
���roht Street.
officers arrived here today to enter Ithe Western Canada Irrigation Asso-
the German army by permission of J elation, which opens here tomorrow.
Emperor William. He will speak on Irrigation In Egypt
Wind Drives Fish
Into the Freser
(Continued from Page One.)
4500 from Lumml and balanc from
Point RobertB and Gulf. Belllngham
Canning Co. got 9000 from seiners.
Anacortes���Got 15,000 from _/opcz,
15,000 from Point Roberts and Gulf,
and 16,000 from seiners. Plenty of
flsh in Gulf. A. P. A. goi 25,000 from
Point Roberts and Gulf.
Scottish Canadian���Average 80 from
1011 boats.
Imperial--Average 70 from 40
boats.
Brunswick���Average 75 from 80
boats,
from   120
from    67
.0 boats.
Mungo���Average   90 trom    63
-Average 60 from
British America���Average 100 from
73 boats.
Vancouver���Average  130
boats.
Phoen Ix���Average      119
boats.
Ewen"*���Average 34 from
St.    "
Ibtate
Canadian Pad lie
63 boafs.
The Terra Nova cannery reports
the loss of part of net T N C.-J J
5176,   100  floats  tarred.
Terra Nova cannery reports finding
part of a net 6-40-45; 150 float* branded K. C. T. N. C. 3-16 lead line, hung
on .4 meshes 5 hangings apart'
The Brunswick cannery reportB
having had a telephone message from
Point Roberts that a bout (belonging
to Canadian Pacific cannery) capsized on 'the beach there; gear gon*,
I but the boat appears to be all rH_ht'
'License No. W. W. 2277
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mamtrmctmr.rs and Deotere m AB Kmo" ot
Lumber.   Lath,  Shingles,   Moulding*,  Sash, Door*
Interior Finith.    Turned Work,   Etc
Pith and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
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FARMERS ATTENTION
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draiiiin*
��������������������_,
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. flew Westmin^' ,.���S_AV. AUGUST 5,  IW.
ION, VEAL, POKK
prrk   sausages  dally.
.     of  Farmer's   Pork.
pacific
eat Market   ^^^
192 McMENEMY fl AMiKKSON
THE DAILY NEWS
ine
Columbia St
[NEVV WELLINGTON
O AL
[ENNSiLVANIj. smithy coal
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYER3
Successor  to
Mayers 4 Preston
fiCI!| Front  St., Foot of Sixth.
| o. Box 348. Phone 105.
mners
for July
-$lm:'%.
Sealed tinders addressed to the ui
dersigned and endorsed "Tender to
Customs and inland Revenue, Fitting
Public Building, Fernie, it. (_.,'.' wii
i,. received until 5 pm.. on Monda;
Augusi  23,  1909, tor the    work men
tinned.
Tenders will noi be considered unless made    upon, and    In accordance
wiih conditions   contained   in forme
furnished by Department,
Plans and specification t,        seen
| on application to .Mr.  rt.  Kerr, Clerk
: ni' Works,  Fernie,  B.  ('.,  a   I   i
I Departmenl nf Public Works, Otl
��� '     Kaeh   tender   musl    !>.���   accompanli  :
_ by an accepted cheque on a charter,
hank, made  payable  to  the order ol
the Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten p r cent, (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department  of  Public    Works, Ottawa, July -7, 1909.
PAGE THREE.
DIE SUES EOR MILITANT SUFFHAUtTTE
POSSESSION Of CASTLE    mm I0 m um
Mrs.   Despard   Puzzles   British   Author-
Takes Case to Courts That,   iti*e���"No Taxation without ReP-
In Old Days Would Have'
Been Settled By Sword.
resentation" Her Motto.
London
lYoo proba ilj drew one of
ise num v in a sack of
ial Standard Flour.
| Central Meat Market
1137
61148
56087
1273
56543
67592
'998
57342
65738
70002
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
MEATS
J    Loud..ii. Aug    I      ,lrs. Despard, One
                            of ih'' ni".;   v     ic Suffragei     leaders in England, I _ted that she wa.
Eng., Aug. I. In iiv l-.'im- the only pan u In England who for
Iburgh coun ui s -si.mi mi '1 ��� day, years had paid jovernment taxes
.Lord Johnston closed the recoi n an The governmenl ud Mrs. Despard
,,,i ,      , .   , did im   know i what to do with
action  by  .1,-  Duke ol  Argyll against   h���.     ,.,lu ..,.������.;       |n  ^ ^  ,..
Angu   John  Compbell,   oi    Dun tuff- ^,,lrl   ;,m| everj  time she was thi ai
Inage, to have it declared that the ca_ ,.���,,.   ul,|,   ������,,.;���     she  was  not  ar.
Ueol Dunstaffnage, in Argyllshire, h. re,ted   but  one  da\   .-.mc gentlemen
llongs io the plaintiff, aim that the de- came ,,, h,.,. hou ,    .,., I mok som   ol
fend    ��� has no title to it. ber goods away���the newspapers call-
Th.   duk,. states  that from a  ver. ,.(1 them jewels.   The things went  to
early date th,. castle was a royal n sl- ,i,re,, different auctions and ail refuBi I
dene, and  fortress,  but  wa. convey- to sell them.   Ai last the government
ed to    m whi n b_  family acquired in-' offlciala weni to another firm and did
baron, of Lorn,   from the StewarcB   a not tei] ,|lc. circumstances,   When s_e
1470.   in 1502 the defendant's ance - .l>]ivti th   fjrm on the (1.lV before thi
tors were entru ted with its Baiekeep original date oi the sale If thej  knew
inn i    i maintenance.   The defendant ,|1(. K<������|. were |,,.IS. Hh(, [earned that
and pred cessoi     have  tailed   to they had onlj  heard that very morn
maini.un   and   upkeep   the   plaintiffs i__g.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_       caslli-   nl    lniii-ialTnag..-.    wllh    the   re^^^
l-ult that it lias fallen into a ruinous posed  the authorities would  ha
'cond ii'in. A.s in.- defendan   maintains take her furniture.   She believed they
Married  Man  From  Street  So  rights ln the castle this action has be- _.ug|   uoi   take  one's  bed,  and   must
come necessary. leave a chair,   Afterwards she would
The defendant claim, thai  be and  hin-, and  the authorities would have
of Property, 'lis ancestors  hav.-    been    bereditar.   to take her,    They might go on seifr
captains of Dunstaffnage Blnce 1437, h   lng and  seizing,  but she would have
  date   prior   to   the   acquisition   of   the   her right hand cul off before she would
barony of Lorne by the plaintiff's an-  8_g__ a cheque for imperial taxes un-
Appieton,  _ is., Aug. 4.���furious d'   cestors, and  that  Dunstaffnage castle  |eg8 sll.. had sum.  return in tlie way
tails came to light In court of in oc- was occupied for centuries by bis an   0f representation.
currence _ re fourteen years ago, In cestors us the manor houBe of the es- 	
which  within one  hour  were  packed  tat* ^ ,s quoted fmm Major-0vi.! irPlinrP  WflULU   IfiMUCT
the wooing, the marriage, the recovery John Campbell to Neil Campbell, tmv UiuinLO   nUlTILl.  __/ili\_l
of $3500 worth the property and a weji. twelfth captain of Dunstaffnage, dated
aration   In   which   record   transaction  August  1,  17-16, which says:
Miss  Luclnda Bush, of Chicago, and !    "*���.��� "����� compliments to your lady
Be certain you get
your money's worth
���you will if you buy
COUPLE KIE WEDDED
IOR JUSI UNE HOUR
Bride
That She Couid  Get  Possession
The sal. waa put off,  The goods
ive  to
PURE
PAINT
Worth any man's paint
money, because made of
pure materials so thoroughly mixed that every
drop does what paint
must do to be good paint
PROTECT and LAST.
It took 17 years to find
just how to use one ingredient (peculiar to ML
Paints) that greatly lengthens the life of the paint
But it was worth the time 1
��� because it makes this
paint well worth its price
Msde br Imperial Varnish and
Color Co., Limited, of Toronto
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents for New Westminster and district.
I
I
a  Kuakauma
pals.
man   figured  as  prlncl-
and  tell her that I am Obliged io de- j
sire  the  favor of her for some  days j
LIFE OF SPINSTERHOOD
GRASSHOPPERS   DESTROY
CROPS IN QUEBEC PROVINCE
Oorner Eighth St.  ind
PHONE   170.
BOWELL A ODDv.  Proori��._r��
Upon  the application of Mis,. Bu.n   |�� ���.Yll.L���Y VllYi I?���Y ��� ; Novel     Banking      Scheme      Provides
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^  rebel.
I suppose you hav.- heard of Miss Flo. a
MacDonald."
The   castle
was   destroyed   by   fire
\
[It ynu did, you in'e vntltled to
109-piece china    dinner  set.
bch   month   trom  the dupll-
bv. ol to   co i ons placed In
ol    l;    il   Standard
I lour leaving our mills, we
raw ten ntimbi t If you are
Irtunate enough to secure, one
i titled to a
Inner   set   [ree   of    charge,
pn v have been m    , winners.
may    be   youi    ''irn   now.
[atch thl, papei    ,. r. month.
lv a    Standard Is the  best
" bi flour on the market
SVes em Canada today.    He-
"".".'  Royal   Standard  is a
fetter flour���no; merely  differ-
Int. but better,
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MANUFACTURED   BY
tallVER MILLING AND
SUM CD, Lid.
ANCOUVER,      B.     C.
R. T. PRINCE
iditor and Accountant
i cfi,'������   '" '" c- Hamber)
:    -no?.     AND    STOREKEEP-
BOOKS     OF
CURIOUS ENTRIES IN
51ft_ Aveno*  -Judge   Goodland  annulled    her    marriage to John Russell, which name the
bridegroom  assumed  at  the  time  of ,    ]bl(l   ,iU(1 had not gln     been used
the  marriage.    The couple separated |      h   ramU   reBldence.
immediately  after 'he  marriage,  and ,    -h,- caw wag for lrial
neither had since S'-en the other until :	
they  met   In  thg court-room  here.
According to the story .'elaied In
court, Miss Bush, In order to receive
$3500 wortli of property which she
was promised as soon as she became
Vpfprinarv Simrpnn tn thp-   la brili(' Bt��PPed ,l"' rm,n on - street
veiennaiy _uigeon to ine   ,��� App]eton and asked him to marry
City  Of   New   Westminster,  her.    He did, but under the assumed
name of John Russell.
Thi- couple never lived together.
Miss Bush is a daughter of Fred Bush,
and at presnet l_, residing at Park
Falls,   Wis.
Brides With Dowries and Unmarried Women Annuities.
G. P. DILLON. D. V. S.
(McGill   University.)
OFFICE:
PIRE   HALL   No.   1
Sherbrooke,   Que.,    Aug.   4,���Grass-
,' hoppers  ar,.  doing  great damag,.    in
several sections of tlie eastern town-
  ships.    Reports from Stanstead coun-
  I ty state that in some sections many
| of the  farmers have been obliged  to
Boston.   Aug.  4.���A   movement   has : cut   _h(.j-  grain  wh.ie green,  a_    the
Ibeen started here by Mrs. Glendower ' grassnoppers were destorying it, Som,.
!_vans,   a   well-known   clubwoman,   to ' farmers  have  been  forced   to  market
[establish a pension bank for spinsters I thelr cattle    as   grasshoppers
have
RFVFNIIF   STATFMFNT WhlCh' Sh" 'ijelieves- wl" do away with stripped the pastures ^ all feet
I mercenary  marriages,  penniless  spln-
'sters, worry about husbands and jokes
  I about  old   maids.    She  lius    already
, , .   . c~,u presented lier plan to the members of
Dominion Government Acquires Small J^ Masaac||US(.Us Insurance Commls-
Bank of Montreal
Amounts   From   a   Great   Many
Odd  Sources.
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL .14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches    throughout    Canada   and
Newfoundland,  and  la   London,  Fug-
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane.
V. 8. A., and Mexico City.    A general
banking    business    transacted.      Letters of Credit Issued,    available with
f-orrespondents   In    all   parts of    the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
j  ecelved  In   sums  of   Jl   and   upward |," whkh lh���  ,and ^ gUuaie
' ind Interest allowed al . per cent, pei
minim (present rate).
..-'���:    >--sets  over  $168,000,000.00.
~ii.i    AESTMINSTER   BRANCH,
3. D.  BRYMVKR. Manager.
ision.  and   has   interested   many   club-
! women in ber project. Her first prob-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      | leni was to determine the agt- of the
  spinster, and after careful   deliberation
i Bhe decided to begin at forty years.
Ottawa, Aug. 4.���Th_ statement ot iBefore that age, she says, a woman
casual revenue for the years contains I1138 g����d chances of matrimony. A
some curious entries. Bamples of t.iem depositor, however, may open an ac-
are $- from the sale Of Od rope, Bev- jcount with the insurance bank as early
_ral nominal rentals of $1 and .1. for In life as she pleases, and If sh,. mar-
an old store.   Empty coal oli cans, old   	
window   frames,  hard   tack junk and
. , __      ,pettv  fines  imposed on crews of the
Any available Dominion Lands with.  gov<;n.._.(._.t gteamera figure in the it-
n  tbe railway belt iu British Colum- .emizvd Ust ljf causual revenues,    ihe.
bia, may be homesteaded by any per- department  of   finance  acknowledges
rles before she is forty she recaives
a goodly sum to start housekeeping
with. If she remains unmarried, s_e
retains h.-r bank account, an I at the
age of fifty begins to receive a regular
annuity. If a woman decides to marry after reaching the age of forty she
gvts her money back on demand.
The Insurance Commission declares
that lt Is the most unusual banking
proposition ever advanced in America,
and that the women interested aiv
energetic enough to make it conform
to the Massachusetts insurance laws.
lbO acres, more or less.
Entry  must  be  made personal
sou wno is the sole head ot �� tam.iy ;$4, ,   conscienCe U10ney   The Govern.
tl     \r\Y,    Yer      yfs ��f age' l��iliifuu   having   acquired   the    Sussex|
the   extent   of  one-quarter  section  of ;gt..e.. liro[JerTieS for the proposed new
. departmental block has become, landlord of quitf a uumber of stores and
Ent      dwellings which are being allowed to
by  pioxv  may,  however,  be made on i remain intact until the time shall come
certain    conditions    by    the    taiher,   f?'' their removal to make way for Die
mother, son. daughter, brother or ���__��� tnew  building     Last year the govern-
ment  collected  $10,_6o in  rents    lor
I those bulldiugs.
The   department   of   railways    knd
ter of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to perform  tlie  conditions  connected  there-       _^^^^^^^^^^^
with   under   one    of    tbe   toilowing ! canals acknowledges receipt of $10.12
plans: 1 for old paper;  ibe militia department
(1) At least six months' residence accounts for $11.-0 for horseshoeing
upon and cultivation of the land on j and the justice department debits it-
each year for three years. 'self with $60.53 received for old police
(2) If the father ("or mother, lf tne!weapons sold from the British Colum-
   father is decased)   of the homesteader 'bia penitentiary.
;Capital Paid up $ 4.700.0OO I resides upon a fafm in tbe vicinity oli    One   marine  department  contractor
Reserve Fund     5.400,030 jta. land entered tor, the requirements (returns  20  cents  for  "an  ovecharge"
Total A.sets 55,000,000 |as   to   residence  may   be  saiisiied   by'on provisions, and a labor department
  Isuch  pel-sou  residing  With  the taiher  employee returns 6 cents overpaid in
lor mother, |salary
In and out of town accounts sol. |    (;!) j( tne settier has his permanent
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S691
cited.  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
ICIALTY.
ACCOUNTS     A i
AGENTS    FOR    THE
HALL SAFE CO.
flce: R" m 1, Hambly  Block.
P. O.  Box  795.
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
residence upon farming land owned
by him ln the vicinity of his Home.
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be satislie,) by residence upou
the snld land.
Six months' notice in writing should
JEALOUS WOMEN
DO FLikT TO UtAIH
he Question
1 ��� furniture cheap as weji
as good
Answered
('!";':i ���' you to tbe store where
seenmn     - l;lrKest 8tock ot n*w
VUY     ''Ul1 S"��dsof all kinds in
*ve a splendid Cream Separator
sal<-. nearly new,
and see how much more you
"'"  your    money  here  than
"K of guns, umhreiias. type-
��� ZSSi ZZ��ffiach,n-
lex. Speck
;C��ND-HAND   STORE.
"Man on the Wheel.'
Travellers'  C_#q_*B  bought nnd Bold. ibe~K-Ven  lo the  commissioner of  Do,
Telegraphic  transfers effected. minion  lands  at   Ottawa of iutentiou ���
  Ito apply for patent.
I    Coal.���Coal   mining rights  may   be
Xew  Westminster,  B.   0.   Branch,     .leased   for    a   pei iod  of    'wenty-on.
Iyears Al an annual rental of $1 pc'
acre. Not more than _5i',0 acres
shall be leased lo one individual or
company, A royalty at the rate ot
five cents per ton shall be collected
ort the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
'F. SHUTE,  Manager.
fom
|where
'ia St.
l>neral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J- HENLEY
JNEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
rphone 13. offlq,. eighth St.
THE   VERY    LATEST   THING
IN
PostCards
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED FOLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
8END ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
I*.
Incensed  at   Her   Influence   Over  Men
of   Village,   Hang   Her  to   Tree
and Burn Body.
London,    Aug.    4-���Details   of    the
lynching  of a   young    and    beautiful
woman  bv  a crowd of zealous  metu-
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.   ,���,,., of her ow��� sex u_ h.md f,.om
N.B.���Unauthorised    publication   or  s,   Petersburg.    The affair took place
this advertisement wlll    not be paid Jagl wei.k ln the vlIlag. of yoleckhi,
'nr in  the  Russian  govenment  of  Volhy-
~~ '    ������������ ��� | nja     ^-|le   victim   had   incurred   lhe
hatred ot the other women in the vll-
| lage by her flirtations with the nien
of the neighborhood, both married and
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single, and feelings reached a climax
when It became known that on her ac.
count one of the young men of the
village bad broken his promise to marry another girl. On coming out of
.     , ���      . .church the other dav the women, both
to arrange your booking at thia offlce, ��� |(, and youngi tJ.rew themselves up-
whether you Intend to travel or send- |0��� the flirt, and in spite of her cries
Ing for your friends. | f0r mercy tore all her clothes oft. They
You will find It to your advantage
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland   July 30
Empnese of Britain  August 13
For other dates and particulars apply to
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C. P. R. Agent.
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then dragged her through the village
by the hair of her head, beating and
sioulng her mercilessly. At first the
men laughed, but when they saw how
savagely the girl was being maltreated they attempted to rescue her. The
Infuriated women, however, drove
them off and then dragged iheir unhappy victim, who was by now a mass
of wounds to a large tree just outside the village, wlier. they hangad
her to one of the branches and then
lighted a flre of brushwood under her.
When th-e police arrived on the scene
they found the victim of the women's
fury lying under the tree, blackened
to a cinder.
For   Sale
Logging donkey engines,
latest improved patent,
by E. J. Fader, New
Westminster. Can take
a log off the peak of a
mountain and land it
without injury. This machine works with endless
cable without coiling on
the drum, requires no
haulback, always on a
straight pull. Drums can
be attached to any donkey engine in use.
For further particulars
apply to E. J. FADER, or
Schaake Machine Works
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NEW   WESTMINSTER.   B.   C.
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THE  DAILY  _..EW��.
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Daily News Block, corner of McKenzie and  Trew Streets.
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vestor must be sure of the value ' I
the proposition before he opens Ins
purse.
Ther. is a large amount of money-
seeking investment, but at th. mo-
in nt     gilt-edged     inducements      are
.    n .. scarce, and consequently the Boecula-
A.  Paige Managing   Director   ,,,. ,      ...  , '       *  ��_m.uia
a    b tlu' -sI|lr't has not been aroused. Much
of the buying, especially of the high-
pricvd securities, is being put through
for purely  Investment account,  which
THURSDAY.  AUGUST
THURSDAY.  AUGUST  5.   1909.
no doubt will bring returns later on.
Som,. of our flnancles, and even a
few of the brokers, will tell you that
the market is almost top-heavy, while
others who have not yet disposed of
their extra stocks are naturally quite
optimistic In their talk regarding the
underlying strength of the entire list,
and possibly they are right when they
predict   still   higher  quotations.
Splendid reports Keep coming in
from all over the Dominion. Railway
earnings   continue  Satisfactory,   show-
by well-known financiers and business
men. These include the Duluth-Su-
p.-rior unction issue and the Rhodes-
Curry Car company's flotation. Both
ar,. considered as very good invest-
cents, because they have behind them
a n-cord of financial expansion, and
with tlie completion of the proposed
reorganization plans now under way,
both th,-se corporations should fulfil
evi ��� expectation from a shareholder's
point of view.
The ��� ffort to force- the market to ���'
higher level was renewed With a vigor
which showed the powerful interests
which are now in control, Ii must be
admitted that circumstances In many
respects   are   much   in   ill -ir
Money is cheap aud plentiful.
favor,
lius:-
JAPANESE    EDUCATION.
A new system of education, prepared under the Superintendence of Mr.
Komatsubara, the Minister of Education, will shortly be submitted to the
consideration of tlie High Council of
Education. It seems to be ihe general
cpinion that Japan cannot successfully compete with Occidentals as long
.-is she retains her present system of
education. The main reason is that
education takes too long. A boy .titers a primary school, where he spends
five years, thence he goes to a high
school for three years, and thence to
;i university] graduating after a three
or four years' course. These stages
occupy seventeen or eighteen years,
and If no time St all were wasted.
students would graduate at one of tlie
Imperial Universities at the age oi
2. or -t. But owing to the insufficiency of the high schools and the dIt-
flculty of passiug the competitive entrance   examination   held  each   year,
together with the difficulty of passing   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
through the high schools in less than operators. Tlie company .through sheer sufficient to sustain such excessive
four or five years, the number of stu- determination, has been able to bring prices, especially as many securities
.fonts who reach the age of _0 by the i to the surfac. considerable coal since n0w in public favor aiv yielding small
time  they  have finished  their univer-;the strike  commenced, and  tho    out-  returns on their present market value,
and if dividends do not go up within
th-e next few months, or at least before the close of the present year,
prices at today's level must eventually
k The great strength of the stock niar-
,ket is Surprising True, trade conditions are healthy; there is plenty of
[money In the banks and in circuia-
, tion. Confidence is practically restored, but yet -vine believe thai the
list is topheavy, and that prices have
been permitted to advance largely on
favorable reports on the crop sltua-
li.m and new financing on the part of
several of the big corporations. Lake
of the Woods has been the leader in
this upward- movement, to react later
on the news of the decision of the. directors to declare tlie usual quarterly
dividends on the common and pr -
ferred  slocks,  while  seveal  other  se.
THE GOSPEL OF GOOD OVERALLS
DO YOU BELIEVE IT?
PEABODVS'
UNION U
MADE Iy
i/\y
WE PREACH IT.
good
-made
curities have been strongly supported
by inside Interests, due to a desir,
ness in all avenues of trade and com- ������ ir part to lloM tlu, ma..keL flrm i���
mere* is steadily improving. The crop ,,.,,���,,.!,;������ 10 r,.,.ain hear tactics,
outlook, not only in the western prov-' l{;lilwav and traction issues have be-
inces, but throughout central and east- haved exceedingly well, and several
ern   Cana   i,   is   satisfactory,   and   the   _,ms  .lly reoordB(li  although  tradings
:in0,her     limited, while some fair buying
w-priced snicks gives evidence of
ing tbat traffic is constantly growing.   farrm,.. la  ,0| k ng fonva:-d  to am.u.er   _   ,
Bank   clearings   a.v   the   largest   on   p0fltable season.    Confidence general,
recod, while wholesale and retail arms ly in financial circles prevails on all
report   a   splendid   midsummer  trade, skU,s .lnd .,,, th(, torcea ;ul(, influ,-nce,
at work are such as would naturally
support a much wider expansion of
industrial activity, and which Should
have an effect in discouraging the
selling of Becttritlea. There Is no
doubt thai values for a large number
of ilie more favored stocks are rather
high. In many cases, quotations
reached during the past few days are
above tlie highest records, and no one ;
pretends that the volume of business |
being done throughout the country is
especially for all grade.- and makes of
'staple goods. The textile industry
Is showing renewed life, and while
prices for the manufactured article
have been advanced, it is likely that
it will cause no serious complaint on
tlie part of purchasers. From the east
comes the good news thai the Dominion Coal company is slowly but surely
overcoming the difficulties at the col-
leries, and that every indication points
to a final and complete vitcory for thP
futuru strength. The bank and bond
markets hold very firm, but quiet,
while Cobalt Securities ale inclined
to quietly advance on favorable news
from the mining region.���Montreal
Laily Witness.
M. Bleriot will enter a monoplane
In th.- competition to be held In th-e
fall at the Hudson-Fulton celebration
in  New  York.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
Sity course is very  large. P��t   's   being  daily   augmented.     The
The greatest difficulty in the way Of !Dominion Steel Corporation as well as
education   is   the  extreme   complexity  other similar firms, are doing a profit-
of  the  Japanese  language.    Japanese ' able  business,   and   especially   is  ibis
students May are attempting what true of the Sydney plant. Some of our
is only possible to the strong.-st and \ biggest Industrial concerns are run-
cleve-est of them���that is to say, two |inS overtime, with full staffs of work-
or three in every hundred���they are men, while more money appears to
trying to learn their own language, be in circulation. Complaint is heard,
���wliicj] is in reality two languages, about high prices for all farm pro-
blended or conufsed the one with the ducts, and lt must _e admitted that
other, according to the point of view,In the absence of any important eur-
and attempting at the same time to .P^s the chance, for lower prices seem
learn English and German, and to remote. The money situation is quite
study three technical subjects like law, j satisfactory and while firmer rates
medicine, engineering or science,   Fo,-  mn*i be expected before long no strin.
yearfc past the Department of Jfiduca-Jgency at the moment Is in sight. A
tion   _as   been   entreated   again   and
again tQ allow either English or German! ,0 be dropped, but the reply has
always'been  that  the  Imperial   Unl- ^ tions.
versities  insist   on   having   both   lan-' n,and
guages.       The  teachers   at
school  have    demonstrated
])i_gnass made in either of these languages   is   miserably   slow,   owing   to i
the  excessive  demands   made on  Hie
students'    powers   by  other subjects. '
The  result of  the present    .'stem  is
exhausted   physical   powers   and   lack
of  through  efficiency  in  any  subject.
Many   siv lents  arter  graduation    at
ihe  University find  themselves quite
unfit  to enter upon  tii,, dunes of life
with   tlie  energy  that  is essential  to
success.
react. The promin-nt leaders both
here ar.d in Toronto have apparently
concluded that the only way to get
rid of their surplus stock is to create
an active demand, and this has been
achieved in the usual way of circulating rumors of a strikingly bull character. By such means, which, by the
way, are legitimate, It is calculated
that a good distribution can be effected at reasonable profit to holders
while at the same time one or more
^^^^^^^^^ _ particular  issues   have   been   support-
feature in the banking situation is the ed by Inside interests and their value
large increase in loans, due to some has been more or less inflated.   This,
extent to heavy stock markets opera- 0f course,  may  broaden  the  market,
while  a   slightly  Increased   de-  and   bring  in   a   pretty   larg_   buying
for   strictly   business     require-  element,   but   when   stocks   arrive  at
the  high   m��its is  said   to  exist.    Several   im-  the  level   where   profits  are  doubtful
that  ih-  Portant new  stock flotations are be- ana dividends low,    It   ls   high time
investing   public,   supported
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do so after
tills notice must take all the risks oa
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Ciry   Hall,   New  Westminster,  July
'23rd, 1909.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
August Columbian Records
JUST ARRIVED.
American
Canada.    B
A CASH GUARANTEE���
10c a button; twenty-five
cents a rip. For enery button that comes off one of the
RailRoad King or Mechanic
King Overalls we will givj
you ten cents, and for every
rip in a seam we will give
you a quarter of a dollar,
within 30 days from date of
purchase.
The Overalls bearing this
Railroad King ticket are the
only overalls made in Canada of imported American
denim, fast color and practi-
caUy  non-shrinkable.
Every railroad man is a
convert to the cried of High
Grade       Overalls. Cheap,
shrinking, sweatshop made
overalls won't do for the engine driver, fireman, switchman   or   brakeman.
Peabody's Overalls are
highest grade, urnon made,
and  Wear like a  Pig's  Nose.
OVERALLS
V5
Help    Hihi
''Home Made
garment   is
in  Windsor.
I    Canada���buy
goods.       TIUs
���llom.-..i._.ie"���
PHILLIPS
SELLS  THEM   IN
THE   WARDROBE1
CLOTHIER
NEW  WESTMINS TER.
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Northern   Crown  Bank
SPECIAL TODAY���WOODEN  KNIFE
BOXES,   15c   EACH;    SALT   BOXES,
15c EACH.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG ���
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THE ONLY BANK WITH HEAD OFFICE IN THE WEST. I
PAID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000 *
Saving, depositor. And I    profitable,  convenient  and  latltfto
tory to place thoir account, with thi. bank      On   w-u,      n
account uann.      on�� dollar will open in
SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS AT    ALL BRANCHES.
__
FINANCIAL    REVIEW.
Mr. Hays comes home more optimistic than ever as lo the position Canada occupies in the financial and commercial world.   He tells   us   thai the
Dominion  is enjoying every  possible
advantage in the money  market, and
that ^/Canadian  securities of a  legitimate character are  readily  taken  up
by the English investor. He is pleased
with the success of the new bond flo-
tatiop" of   the  Grand   Trunk   Pacific,
and  d"uws   comparisons   to    demonstrate the popularity of this security.
The amount involved was fl0,000,..o,
which, it is understood, will be applied
to  tile  purposes of the Grand  Trunk
Pacific in the Western Provinces. Mr.
Hays'' is .said  to  be  amused  over a
published.report that the Grand trunk
I _ciftc notwithstanding all statements )
to the contrary, has had to pay very  jaga
dear for its money, and that some dif- j PTl
ficu.ty was experienced in making the .' ^^
loan even a partial success. The presi
���dent, in reply to these statements, ii
reported to have said, that if any mon
ey has efyer been bought for a trans
conti_en"��l   railway for  a  less  fig
he should like to hear of It.  -in o
to strengthen  his position, Mr
makes   a   comparison   of  the   Grand
Trunk Pacific issu. with that of the
Canadian   Government   loan   recently
made in London by Mr. Fielding, for
130,000,000.    When you come to compare,; he says, the credit of the Grand
Trunk Pacific with that of the government, lt will be seen that the Grand
Trunk  Pacific did exceedinly Well in
obtaining money at such a low figure,
the government's, bearing interest at j
3 1-2 per cent, being Issued at 9S 1-2,1
while the  railway    company's    loan, j
bearing interest at 3  per cent,  was J
issued at 82 1-2.   Tlie success of these j
two issues  is  causing  congratulation i
all round, for are not $40,000,000 coming to Canada?   Incidentally, the taking up of these loans and others reminds the world tbat London is still
the   great   financial     centre,     where
money  can   be  obtained   quicker  and
in greater quantity than possibly anywhere  else,  on  such  favorable  terms
to the borrower.    But the British in-
Manager,  N.  H.   MACDONALD,  New   Westminster.       I
WE   ARE   READY  TQ  SHOW
you how It Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
'ban it Ig to purchase the poor
er kind. We can pent to
buildings built wllh onr materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some older!
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
���9
Ltd.
NEW   THIS   WEEK
ij    . rx S?eI?y,s Cold Cream
Ideal Orchid Perfume, $1 an ounce
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
^^^^^^^    Phone 57.
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,.,��� $ Men's "Instructor" Oxblood Bluchers      $4 50
;..;:; $ Men's "Instructor"Patent Leather Bluchers     4 50
S_ M Men's "Instructor" Velour Calf Bluchers      4 50
Bj Men's "Instructor" Calf Tan Bluchers  4.50 Kj
THE  STORE  FOR MEDIUM-PRICED MEN'S FINE SHOES.
Fine Writing Paper
readv    _ 0.?o9ettln8 il ����� "��r .tore, w. _r/_lw_y.
ready to .how you our latest style, and flnlsh.
for b,Ua_-ireCt ,POm the ���n��"��cturer., ,nd can ther.-
.t. .ta.y.oU���.rm0ne,. an,d aMure >"��" of Setting up ..
it. stationery.    It will pay you to deal with us.
date
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Booksellers, Stationers, (Newsdealers
Succewor, to J. J. MACKAY A CO.
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WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.     *
MEMBER, WE CARRY THE  BEST MAKES  OF  WATCH   MOVEMENT*
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONG.NE'S AND  HAMILTON  WATCHES. THURSDAY, AUGUST 5,  1909.
THE   DAILY  NEWS
PAGE FIVE.
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Ladies, Attention!     ClTY Ne WS I
Carefully study Collister & Co.'s
advertisement on page eight.
Splendid Bargains
Wes! minster Modern Business School
OPENS AUGUST 16th AT
610  COLUMBIA  ST.
IcOMPLETE   EQUIPM-NT.     SPECIAL  TERMS TO ALL  ENROLLING ON
OR  BEFORE  AUGUST  10.
.. L. BOUCK, Principal and Manager
414 FOURTH AVENUE.
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has  returned  from  a
tie fair.
een awarded the con-
"" building of th- new block
" 'v estate.      E. U. W. Salt
I^-    Uu- v.i.
. SP "���'- - easant dav at the sea-
'.''" Brl ,i,ur friends to Blackie
Spit for citizen, day, August 11.    **
noved from time to tim., as new sec-
1 ""���- "' th road aiv completed. li
*}" ;,ls" be used toi the development
I extra power on occasions when
;" re is a special Btrain upon the
���nam powerhouses. Th.. car on
"hlch ihe machinery win be mounted
la now under construction at Uie car!
>-liopx, while t|1(, apparatus 18 being
assembled at tli,- power house
���J- J. Banfleld, of Vancouver, has a,)-      Thl' election  taKes place on Battlr-
to ile- water commissioner for ,l,l-v for three school trustees ior Bur-
.-  naby municipality.     Those nominated
"i    three    cubic   feet  from
Fisher  . reek  for use on  lot  812,  for
 a    of    operating    an  ice
tin-
hou
Thi      iteamer    Transfer    runs    to
Sti ..    on 'very week day.
B        ..in- tickets earlv for Uie citl
'���'���'��� ale at Blackie Spit on Wed
cent..
yesterday were Percy ii. Brown,
I vnua.s Embleton, Fred. Thrusseli
and Henry .1. Whittaker. The vacancies were caused by th.- resigna-
tlons of .Maxwell Smith, A i_ Oam-
���* 'ion and V. J. peers from the pre^.-ni
hoard.
Camp furniture
A full line at THE LEADING FURNITURE HOUSE. After the camping
stason you may wish to have some
comfort out of good styles in hrst-
class furniture.     Again see.
W. E. FALES
612-618   Agnes   St..   opp.   Library.
Phone   176.
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS
BRANCHES.
Buy orchard   lands   wai],..   they
Adults,  $1.25;   children,  50 . cheap and become Independent
are
_________mmr-.- I
are the official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. l_-i
U_ tel] you about tle-ir choice holdings
^^^^^ A  new  townsite and
fruit district    along  the  line of    the
li. C.  Electric Chilliwack  linu and  V.
^^^^^^- ^^_ V. &. 10. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway.
oui yesteday to 1'o.nt Roberts _ in- This section t-xcelis in the production
vestigat. the complaint of poaching ,,,- a|j .,���_;.s. Come at once whilv. the
in connection with tbe fisheries. best lands are selling cheap and let us
(show you this section at our expense,
en, fifteen and
i-usy terms,     !���'. i
C.    .  Purver, of Clayburn   has ap-, u���
I'li'd tor a water record of tour nun-  at Apnleland
''is   Inches Horn Kelly creek lo,- agri-        APPlelana-
cultural   and  domestic  purposes.
Provincial  Constable    Wilkle  went
._ ��.v__-_iou ��iui in. ii-neries. jIjfcrst. lands are selling
Do not forget the sal. of household ��� >'ou <"��� section
effects  al  CapL Card .  514  Carnarvon   ���e  can   -sv"    llve-   '
Btrei    on Thursday, at 10 a.m. ������  YT: YVY^T, J���
ij.  Hart & Co.,  Ltd.
?��� Auction Sale
Iwack, B. C
Fair Ground Property
Twenty large lots, most desirable property in the city.
EASY TERMS. Take advantage of low rates and visit
Chilliwack.
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy Butter, per pound,
25c
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COFFEES.  OUR 40c COFFEE (FRESH
GROUND) IS A WINNER.
ADAMS & DEANS Groceries and Crockery ware
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS
Gardiner and Gardiner are the architects of the new Westminster
Trust Company's block at the corner
of Westminster and Wellington
Streets, Chilliwack. F. J. Hart _
Co. will occupy the ground floor. The
contract for construction has been let
to H. Hoy.
Everything for ths garden at Tidy's
phone 184. ������
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, teleuhone Davies'
Greenhouse, K20.. *���
Do not forget the citizens' picnic.
Every attraction at Blackie Spit.
Sports, bathing, etc. on Wednesday.
Tickets from members of the commit.
tee. �����
That light, Uellclous, wbolesouie
bread you so much enjoyed at your
iriend's house was made with Kobln
Hood  Flour. ������
Warden   Brown     has     submitted   a
proposal   to   the   civic   authorities   to
j lay  the  sidewalk on  Columbia street
in  front of the penitentiary  property
by convict labor, that  bein��� th^ only
'way   the   department   of   justice   will
'sanction   tlie    much    needed  cement
j sidewalks   from   the    asylum   h.ll   to
Cumberland Btreet.     Good progress is
being made with Uie rebuilding of the
penitentiary   workshops.
Westminster to Westminster, via
'Steveston   and   Vancouver;   buy   your
tickets at the B. C. E. R. tram office���
I $1.50 for the round trip. Steamer
! Transfer  leaves  every  day at  ^  P-m.
except  Saturday 2  o'clock **
| Remember Hale Bros, when you require hay. grains, etc. They always
have a large stock. **
Commencing tomorrow, August 1,
and during ihe fishing season, the SS.
Transfer will make round trips to
Steveston on Sunday afternoon leaving li. C. E. It. wharf at 3 p.m., returning about 7:30. **
If you want a good house with ten
i.i res of first-class land within fifteen
miles of New Westminster and on <���'.
P. R. main line, you can have it chaap
for cash, or will take city property
ln exchange. White. Sillies & Cocky.
See our advertisement on page lilt contains Interesting news about the
low prices prevailing on all summer
goods.     W. S. Collister & Co. ������
Marshall Sinclair Is confined to the
house. He expects to be out again
within the next few days.
Miss Granger, formerly of this city
but now of Vancouver, is visiting in
New Westminster, the guest of Mrs.
Reese.
Work Is being pushed rapidly ffhead
upon the construction of a portable
power station for tlie B. C. E R Co.
When completed this will be used for
the transformation of power on the
new   line to  Chilliwack.      It   will   lie
DELEGATES  ASSEMBLING.
Westminster  Unrepresented  at  Chamber of Commerce Meeting.
The   delegates   who   will  cross   Uie !
I Pacific  ocean   on   the   .Marama   when)
she   sails   tomorrow   week   to   attend J
the    meeting    of     the    International '
Chambers   of   Commerce at Sydney, j
! Australia,  are assembling  in   Vancou-
I ver.     They will be accompanied  by |
| the delegate of  the Vancouver Hoard!
jof Trade, R.  H.  Alexander, and it is'
i regarded    as    unfortunate    that    ihe
1 Westminster Board was unable to respond  to  the  invitation  to   be represented.      Owing, however,  to the e_-
' pense,  and    other    circumstances,  it
was  found  impossible to find  a suitable representative.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range should get one that will give perfect satisfaction ln cooking and baking, is economical ln 'he use of fuel, that is cool
to work over In the hote weather, and also easy to operate and keep clean.
If you wish to be satisfied in theseresp-ects you will buy an Oxford
range atfer you have Inspected it. The prices also of these ranges are
much lower than those of other makes. Call ln and inspect our
tock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
**++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++
| Electric Railway Service (
BULLET FIKtD IN RAGE
REMOVES ACHING TOOTH
Victim   So   Delightid   He   Refuses   to
Prosecute Man  Who Shot Him
in the Face.
New York, Aug. 4.���Gus Williams
refuses to prosecute Francis Cauovio
tor shooting him because the shot
performed a real service. Williams
annoyed Canovio until the latter is
said to have fired a shot at him whieli
went through both cheeks. tn "s
progress the bullet tore out a tooth
which had been achiug for a week,
and in appreciation of ibis reiiei,
Williams has   refused   to  prosecute.
The   Sea   Serpent   Again.
New York, Aug. 4.���The *ea serpent has appeared, this time off Cape
Htttteras, Six feei around the LOdy,
eighty feet long, aud armed with
fangs like sickles, he went slashing
through the wavel nard by the Norwegian steamer Simon Dumois, just
arrived from Nipe, Cuba.
Captain Serensan say_ he <tid not
get near enough to make actual
measurements or to count the tangs,
but he is sui. his estimate is conservative.
FUNERAL  NOTICE.
Members of Granite lodge No. 16,
K. of P., are requested to meet at the
hall at 12:30 on Friday, Augusi 6th,
j for the purpose of proceeding to Van-
! couver to attend the funeral of the
j late Bro. William Calder, from his late
residence at 1114 Alberni street.
I T. WARDLAW TAYDOR, C. 0.
A. MACDONALD, K. of R. & S.
Fish    Fish
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop, and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
to a car, at the lowest price. Call or
phone your orders to 101, and have
fresh fish for dinner.
P.   BURINS   & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
Summer
Requisites
Lime  Fruit Juice,  per
bottle, 25c.
Fruit Saline, per bottle,
50c and 75c.
Mosquito Oil, per bottle, 25c.
Cattle Wash, per gal*
Ion, $1.25.
C   E. TRAVES, Local Manager.
COLUMBIA   8TREET.    PHONE   101.
D.S. CURTIS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will run every hair
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city   lina.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Sunday service half-houriy between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
;   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
>i+++++++++4++++++++++++++++4
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Eburne,   B. C.
FLOUR !
FLOUR!
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT   STREET.
New  Westminster.
Telephone 333.
Live Stock Insurance
Live stock insurance has tatt become recognized at one of tha
best kinds of insurance In existence, and an ever-increasing number
of ttock ownari art protecting themselves against the serious lottet
which they have had to suffer In ��he past. I represent the only
ttrong, reliable Canadian company carrying this data of Inturance,
and at they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligationt to th greatest satltfactlon, and every
legitimate ion which hat occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, chequei usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter It afl
Inttanee: .
New Westminster, June 23, 19(19.'
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for $200.00 in
full payment. Yonrs sincerely,
d).     J. A. GIBSON.
���tock, enquire for
You may be the next to lose soml*valuable
tleulart. ..
ly receive
J.!
va
par
ALFRED   W. j	
INSURANCE BROKER,
$57 COLUMBIA STREET. f PHONIU
Fowl Uncovers Loot.
Ausbury Park, N.J., Aug. 4���The
return of nearly $11,000 worth ot
Jewelry, which was taken last April
fomr his homo in Lakewod, is the
cause of great rejoicing on the Parf
of William M. Skinner. The whole
lot was found by Charles Goldstein
yesterday morning under the front
porch of Skinner's residence.
The scratching of an Industrious
hen  under the  porch  d'sclo.ed    the
jewels. In the process of scratching
a piece of jewelry was turned up, and
the attention of Goldstein was attracted to tho spot. His investigations
were well rewarded, for the entire lot
taken in April soon was brought forth
from the ground. Goldstein'returned
it to the owner.
It Is thought the thief was afraid
to attempt the sale of the Jewelry
for fear of apprehension and hid the
loot under the Skinner porch.
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1909.
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council ol
*lie City of New Westminster io rais.
by  loan  the  sum of  Four  Thousaml
($4000.00)  Dollars for th_ purpoe_ of;
advertising  the City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand 1.-KJOUU0.I
Dollars in advertising ihe City and
that the snid sum should be raised on
tlie credit of iho Corporat.ou.
And Whereas, It appears that ii t.i
Emu   of   Four   Thousand
Dollars   be   appropriated
general   revenue  of the  City   ior  tin
Ihours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
jni., at the following places, namely:
I Tlie Council Chamber, civic building;
ithe Fiie Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
'sweet.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City xJlerk.
City   Hall,   July   22nd.   1909.
Lily liaal L'ebenture By-
I        Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable, the Council oi
Uie Ciiy of New  u v-iininster io raise
NOTICE,
that 'he
.ind  not Ol
Tak.   notice   that   'he   aoove   is   .
true   copy  of  the    proposed    By-law  toUowB
which will be taken into consideration  P'^'"^  the  co   , "
oy the Municipal  Council of the City  "" ; ' '
of Ni x Westminster oae montli from
the dan- of tlie first publication thereof in the "Daily News" and "Daily
Columbian" newspapers
publication took place on the 22nd
day of July 1909, and 'hat  a  vote of
tii<  Interest ��n the
to i reate a staking-
S.S.TRANSFfc.*
Th_   steam,-,-   -i-,.      . "���I
fi    The proc eds of 'he saio of the sufficient to  pay
���  snld   debentures  shall  be  applied  as debentures, and
a ?a-(i ���kerwise.  Towards fimd for .he payment of the prlndwUi    The ,<������;,������.,.
lie   passing   or thereof when due, subj cl to anj ac   jlracKin:Hi-Ki,  whan
ihe issue nnd  sale or enactment respecting Uie s^iiio aftern    n. excepi  s,
of the debentures i'"''''''" ''ef'-rred to.:    5.   Subject as aforesaid, ther. Bni      f()i.   _    1J(].  S|i ^   :
7.   This By-law shall take effect on he  raised   annually   by   specia^ rites  Saturday al 2 p.m.
'the 25th. day of August 1909, and may as afon
~~-otArworko   Delten-   th-   ���,i,l   .,        t     .
for
d,  during ihe currency ol
, ,���. , "Waterworks Deben- the said debentures, the sum oi  I"
ttl",h   '"������* ten    'iv-law   1909." '"""  Hundred   ($1500.00)   I n
efore   the    final the paynient of inter...  ther.on ana
mn of Two  Hund ������ I  and Sixty-
1  96-100  ($265.96)   Dollars  to
for the payment of tlie prin-
Westminster Saturda
Returning,   le��vo
teai e
'""""""    ' ;, Y , ,,   ,     e   .      . i    8    "'bis  By-law  before   the    final the pay
day ol duly 1909, and that a.vote of'    *��� ; ���        ,     th ������    ,|n|
iiii'iz ����awV: a ������> s. %-*���-��cuy ssv
.
($4000.00)  by loan  the sum of   Six    Thousand i,,le Fi,v Hal1-    Sapperton;
lrom    the  ($6000.00)  Dollars for tlie purpose of |Waterw��.?k-      : -������.:��� i,.v
hours oi nine o'clock a.m. nnd five P
in., nt the following places, nunu'ly:
Th-e Council Chamber, civic building;
and  the
Eleventh
on the day
Reconsidered i
open Councl] 111'
1909.
uilding a City (Jaol and Police Court
cunvnt year the rate of taxation will Room.
be excessive, and it is expedient that     Whereas, it is expedient to erect a
6ucli   excessive   taxation   sl.ouid   be building   to  be used  as  a City Gaol
avoided, and the said sum should  be and   Police  Court   ltoom,   and  to   use
raised on  th,e credit of the  Corpora- thai   portion of  the     Civic   Building,]
tion,  and   that  debenture,   should   be now used for those purposes, for othi
street.
W. A.
City CI-rl;.
Mayor.
City   Hull.
issued for that amount.
And,  Whereas, for ths
Interest on  the  debentures proposed six Thousand  ($t;iiiiu.uii) Dollars, and
to  be issued under this  By-Law, and  that lhe said sum should be raised ou
for creating a sinking fund torthepay-
ment of the said debentures when due,
it will be necessary to raise by special
rales,   in  addii-ou to  all   other rates, Dollars    lie    appropriated    from    the
each year during tlie currency of the general revenue of tbe City for the
enid debentures, the sum of Two Hn��- current year the rate of taxation will |
died    and    Thirty-Five    and    46-100 ]���, excessive, and it is expedient that;
($235.46)  Dollars- such    excessive    luxation   should    be
And,   Whereas,   in   order   to   raise avoided, and  the said .sum  should  lie j
the   Said   yearly   sum   of   Two   Hun- raise-  on   tlie credit of the  Corpora- j
dred    and   Thirty-Five    and     46-100 Hon.  and  that debentures should   lie;
($?;!5.-l.) Dollars an.equal special rate issued for that amount,
on  the dollar  will  be  required  to  be      .\ud,   Whereas,  for  the  payment of
levied on the whole rateabl. pioperty interest   on   the   debentures  proposed;
of ihe Ciiy "of New Westminster; t0 be issued under this By-Law, ,i'-d
And, Whereas, the whole rateable for creating a sinking fund for tlie pay-
property cf tlie said City, according ment of the said debentures when due,
to the last revised assessment roll Jj will be necessary to raise by special
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hun- rates, in addition to all other rates,
dred and  Ninety-One Thousand, Four enc|, year during the currency of the
DUNCAN,
CUy Clerk.
July  22nd,   1909.
  NOTICE.
Take  notice   that  Uie  above   is   a
trm-   copy of  the    proposed    By-law
which will b   taken Into considerat on
by the hlunicipal Councl' of the C-ty
of New Westminster one month rrom
the d   e of the first publication th re
the credit of tho Corporation. _ of In  the "Dally  News"  and  "Dally
And Whereas, It appears that if the     A  ,!-v-hnv to euable {ho Council ol Columbian"    newspapers, which  f ral
sum     of    Six    Thousand    ($600.00)  tJle City of New Westminster to raise publlcation   to0k   plac. on  the   22nd.
mm of Two Hundred and fla-     ,   ,lllv 1909, nnd that  11  voto of
($234,000.00)  ,,���.        torg ,,|- ,],., cRy win ))(> taken
oi increasing otl     ,   saj,]   proposed   bylaw on  Iho
purposes  and  to  expend  'u  the erec
payment of  uon of the  said  building the sum  of
.Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
Hundred  and   Forty-Five  ($5,391,445.-
00)  Dollars.
Anil. Whereas, the total amount ot
thw existing debenture debt of the
said  City is On-  Million,    Two Hun-
said debentures, the sum of
Hundred and Fifty-three and
($353.19)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to mis
said yearly sum of Three Hundred and
'by Joan th
Thirty-Four    Thousand
Hollars for the purpose
the  capacity of the  Ciiy  Waterworks
S) Btem.
Whereas, it is expedient to construct an additional Main Pipe Bine
for the City Waterworks System from
Ooquitlam hake to the Qu.-ens Park
Reservoir, and also from the Reser- s(n ,
voir to the City limits on Lulu Island,
and for thai purpose to expend the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand   ($234,000-00)  Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears 'hat if the
sum    Of    Two    Hundred    and Thirty-
Four    Thousand      ($234.00)     Dollars
Three I he    appropriated    from    the    general
l'J-100  revenue    of    the    Ciiy    for   the current year   the   rate   of    taxation  will
1909. o.   The proceeds of the sale of the
nd finally pus ed in snld  debentures  shall  be applied  a
 day of   follows, and not otherwise;   I'owarns
paying  the cosl  of the    pass nn    "'
this  By-law and  the i1 sue and    '
of tbe debentures therein r( fern d to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 26th. dav of Angus: 1909, an I may
be cited as the "Hospital Debenture
By-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the as-
s.-nt of the electors of the said City
iii   ihe  manner required   by  law.
Received the asseni of the (1' ctors
on the day or 1909.
Ri -consld, red  and   finally     B Bed   i"
open  Council  tlie day of	
1909.
week day morning, ,
Additional   trip
leaving New Westmin .,
This  schedule    subje
without notice.
For freight nnd  pa
ply to
ROBERT   1
	
-
:
25th day of Augusi, ..in., between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
m.. al the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hail, Sapperton
Waterworks     Storehouse,
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Citv   Hall.
Take  notice  that  ihe  above  is   a
and the t,.m,  ravy ,,f  ___e    proposed    By-law
Eleventh  ffhlch will be taken Into considerat on
by the Municipal Council of the City
W. A, DUNCAN, |0( x,.w Westminster one month from
City cierk.     Mll, date ,,,- lUr [jrs| publication there-
July 2.nd,  BiOO. oj ln   ,ll6 "Dally  l.ews"  and  "Dally
 Columbian"    newspapers,   which   frst  thereof when due, subj
Treasurer   thereof,   Or   [
person   or   persons   a8
unio lawfully million/.. ,|.
3.   Th,-    said   debenl
payable on the ttr , daj ol
ill   such   place  Or   placi
cil or the said Corporatl
time  to ume  appoint,    ���
proval  of the  hoid.rg
shall   have  nt.ached   t0  tl
for  the payment of Inti ���
rate of live per centum  ,..
th,. amount thereof,    whl
shall   lJe  paya Ie  half
first of January and tbi
July, In each and every :������
said coupons shall  be
said  Mayor.
I.    A    special     rjte  on
shall    be   levied   and    ralsi
year,  In addition   io al]    ���
on  nil  ral.able   property ol      .  Ql
sufficii 111 to pay the Inter  1 .n ti.
debentures, and  to oreate a sinki.?
fund for the 1 ay menl ol
':.
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909.
tee'"" excessive, and it is expedient that
sucli    excessive    taxation   should    be.
A  By-law to  enable  the  Council of
dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    One Fit'tv-three   and   19-100   ($353.19)   Dol-j avoided, and  the said sum should  be
Hundred ($l,219,100.00j Dollars irre- lars'an equal special rah-on the dol- raised on the credit of the Corpora- the City of New Westminster 10 raise
spective of the sum of Three Hundred lar will be required to be levied onj"on- an<1 ,nnt debentures should be by loan the sum of Thirty Thousand
and   Ninety-four  Thousand   ($;!94-OU0.- ,.;ie whole    rateable    prop-.-rtv of the (Issued for that amount. J($30,000.00)   Dollars  for  the   purpose
00," Dollars proposed to be raised "n
der the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By   property  of the  said   City
law   1909,"   the  "Street   Improvement  to   the   last   revised   assessment   r0I
By-law   1.09,'    the    "Incinerator   De- thereof, is Five Millions.  Three Hun-
benture By-law 1909," and the "City dred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    of  Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,446.-
which none of the principal or inter- 00)  Dollars.
est is in arrears. And, Whereas, lhe total amount ot
Now therefore the Municipal Coun- tho existing debenture debt of the
cil of Uie Corporat-km of the City of said Citj is One Million, Two Hun-
New Westminster enacts as follows:    dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    One
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre-
of the said City to raise by way of spective of Uie sum of Three Hundred
loan from any person or persons, ibody and Ninety-Two Thousand ($392,000.-
or bodies corporate, who may be will- 00) Dollars proposed to be raised un-
ing to advance the same on the credit der the "Hospital Debenture By-law
of the debentures, hereinafter men- 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By-
tloned, any sum or su iis ot money, jaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
not exceeding in ihe whole the sn"1 By-law 1009," the "Incinerator De-
of Four Thousand   (.4000.00)   Dollars benture  By-law  1909."  ana  the  "City
Citv Of New  Westminster And-  Whereas, for the payment or of   granting   the   satoi
And   Whereas   the  whole rateable Interest  on   the  debentures  proposed Columbian Hospital
accordinR i'�� De issued under this By-Law, and
to   the   Koyal
Whereas,   it  Is   expedient   to   grant
[iul,Heat inn tOCk plac,. en the -2��d
day of July 1909, and that a vote or
the electors or the City will be taken
on the sail proposed bylaw on tbe
25th day of August, 1000. between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and Ave P.
in., ai tbe following places, namely:
Th-e Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City ciork.
City   Hall,   July  22nd.   1009.
'��� '������. y
Street Improvement Debenture By-Law, 1909.
for creating a sinking fund for the pay- the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30.-
ment of the said debentures whendue, 000.00) Dollars lor'the purpose of salt will be necessary to raise by spec, al sisting In the erection of a n-w huilci-
rates, in addition to all other rates, ing for th.e Royal Columbian Hospit-
each year during the currency of the ai in this City.
said debentures, the sum of Thirteen And Whereas, It appears 'hat if the
Thousand, Seven Hundred and Se. sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00)
enty-Four and 52-100 ($13,774.52) Dol- Dollars he appropriated from the
'ars- general  revenue  of  the  City   for  the
And, Whereas, in order to raise tbe current yea,- the rate of taxation will  th
said yearly Sum of Thirteen Thousand  he excessive, and it is expedient that   by loan the sum of Om- Hundred and
Seven Hundred and Seventy-Fou,- and such    excessive    taxation   should    be  Four   Thousand   ($104,000.00)   Dollars
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- raistxi on  th�� credit of the Corpora-     Whereas  certain sums ot money hava 0
quired to be levied on the whole rate- tlon,  and   that  debentures  should   be this   war  been   expended   out  of  Die  iflna
able   property- of   the   City of   New issued for that amount. genc-i revenue of tY  Cuy  for the
Westminster: An,i    whereas,  for  tlie payment ol   construction,  Improvemeni   and  repair
or enactment  respecting th
5.   Subject as aforesaid, " ���.- t^
be   raised  annually   by   specia   ..-.
as  aforesaid,  during  the cu
the said debentures, the sum:
Thousand Two    Hundred   i -���
Dollars tor the  payment  ol
thereon, and the sum   of   Nim (Im-
dr--d   and   Twenty-two   ($922.0U)  Dol.
lars  to  provide for the repayu        |
the principal.
fi. The proceeds of the - . of t>
said debentures shall be applied u
follows, and not otherwise I wards
paying lhe cost of Jie Passing of
this By-law and the issue and sa'.
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. Tlds Ity law shall tak- effect on
th- 25th. d_y of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "Street Improi eni
Debenture Hy-law,  1909."
S.    This   Hy-law   before    the    final
.   ���   ,       . ,,        i,    . pnssliin thereof, shall  receive th. as-
.. By-law to enable the Council of s���nt  ���f (hf. ^ ��  <  .
. Cuy ot New Westminster to raise ,_   thfi ,���,���,...,.. r(.f,���im! ,iv i;iw
Received the assent of the ���     to ��
on  the day of 1909
Reconsidered and finally passed fn
pen  Council  the dav of	
... .   ..      ... .mprovem ...      , ..
And    Whereas,  the   whole  rateable interest   on   the   debentures   propos-d  of certain streets and  sidewalks, and
and to cause the same-0 be paid into Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    or''lroP<?rt-v of the said  City, according to be issued under this By-Law, nnd it is expedient that certain additional I
the Treasury of the said City for the which none of the principal or inter- \,    t,le   last   revised   assessment    roll  for creating a sinking fund tor tne pay- sums be spent In like maimer, amount-
purposes mentioned herein. est is in  arrears. |thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hun- ment of the said debentures when due, lng   In  all     (with  sums    alread)   sol
2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor     \.,iV therefore the Municipal Coun-|��retl an<l Ninety-One Thousand, Four it will be necessary to raise by special spent)   to  the  sum  of  0ne  Hundri :
to cause  any   number  of   debentures cil of the Corporation of the City of lnnllnire,'? Forty-Flve   ($o,_91,44..-  rates,  in  addition to  all  other rates, and Four Thousand  ($104,000.00)  Dol-
to   be   made,    not  exceeding   in   the \ew Westminster enacts as follows:    ����)  Dollars. eacli year during the currencv of the  lars.
whole  Uie  sum  of    Four    Thousand      ..   _t shall be lawful for the Mayor     -And. Wnereas, the total amount or sai,j debentures, the sum of Seventeen      And Whereas, It appears thai if the
($4000.00) Dollars,  for such  sums  Of of tbe said  City to Taise  bv way of Ith';'   existing    debenture  debt   of   the Hundred   and   Sixty-Five    and    96-luO sum of One Hundred and Four Thou-
said City is One Million,   Two Hun- ($H65.96) Dollars. sand  ($104,000.00)  Ddllat-   be appro-
dred and Nineteen Thousand. One And, Whereas, in order to raise the printed from the general revenue
Hundred ($1,210,100.00) Dollars irre- said yearly sum of Seventeen Hun- of the Chv for the cunvnt
spective of the sum of One Hundred dred and Sixty-Five and 96-100 year the rate of taxaiion will
-o. rS,',. y'F0Ur Tho,,Sa"d (*lM.��Hfc- ($1765.96) Dollars an equal special rate be excessive, and It is expedient that
00) Dollars_proposed to be raised _un- on  the dollar will   be required  to  be such    excessive    taxation    should    be
City Clerk.
.Mavor.
NOTICE.
money as may be required, not less ]0nn from any person or persons, .oily
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent nr bodies corporate, who may be will-
expressed in pounds sterling of tne ]ng to advance the same on the credit
l'nited Kingdom of Great Britain and nr the debentures, hereinafter men-
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the tioned. s_��v sum or sums of money,
pound sterling; and all such debent- not exceeding in the whole the sum
ures shall ibe sealed with the S-al 0f- Six Thousand ($6000.Ofl) 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.
person  or persons  as  may  be  thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of .luly 1959,
at such place or places as the Coun-
It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures
to be made, not exceeding in the
whole the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00)   Dollars,  for such sums of
cil of the said Corporation may from money as may be required, not less
time to time appoint, with the ap- than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
proval of the holders thereof, and expressed in pounds sterling of the
shall have attached to them coupons United Kingdom of Great Britain and
for the rayment ?f interest at the Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
rate of five per centum pnr annum on pound sterling; and all such debent-
the amount thereof, which interest ures shall be sealed with the Seal
shall be payable half yearly on the of the Corporation signed 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 coupons shall be signed by the person or persons as may be ther,..
said Mayor. unto lawfully authorized.
4. A special rate on the dollar 3. The said debentures shal] be
shall be levied and raised in eac'i payable on the first day of July 1951
year, in addition to all other rates at such place or places as the Coun-
on nil rateable property of the City, ell of the said Corporation may from
sufficient to pay the interest on the time fo time appoint, with the ap-
debentures, and to create a sinking proval of the holders thereof, and
fund for the payment of the principal shall have attached lo them coupons
thereof when due, subject to any Act for the payment of interest at the
or enactment respecting the same.        rate of five per centum per annum on
... Subject as aforesaid, there shall th- amount thereof, which interest
he raised annually hy special rates shall be payable half yearly on uhe
as aforesaid, during the currency of first of Janiutry and tlie first day of
lhe said debentures, the sum of Two July, In each and every year, and the
Hundred ($20ti.00) Dollars for the said coupons shall be sign. _ by the
payment  of Interest thereon, and thf said Mayor.
sum of Thirty-Five and 46-100 4. A special rate on the do,lar
($36.46) Dollars to provide for the shall be levied and raised -n each
repayment  of  the  principal year,  In  addition   io  all  other  rates
fi. The proceeds of the sale of tn�� on -ill rateable property of ihe City,
said debentures shall be applied as sufficient to pay the interest on ihe
follows, and not otherwise: Tow.r-i- debentures, and to create a sinking
paying tn ��� cost o' the passing of fund for the payment of the principal
this By-law and the issue nnd sale thereof when due, subject to any Act
of the debentures therein referred to. or enactment respecting the same.
, . ,,TT ���.       . t 1 . W. 4 --.-        ���  ������-,, uw        ,<_.,<>.,^,. ���_ 4J4.        .,,,,,, ._ AV.I�����-<  �� .: 1,1 ���I.IM'il . 11 _��� ,1 , I I 4J 4.
.Sfa-3-.   "��SP.       Debenture  By-law  levied on the whole rateabl., property avoided, and the said sum should be
.',.-_- ^,atef,;frks Debenture Bv- of the City of New Westminster; raised  on   th0 credit  of  the  Corpora-
oW,        ?_-othe J".,'   ImProvement      And,   Whereas,   the   whole  rateable  tion,   and   that  debentu.es  should   be
By-law  1909       the      Incinerator  De- property of the  said  City, according issued for that amount.
benture  By-law  1909,    and the    City to   the   last   revised   assessment    roll      And,   Whereas,  for  the  payment of
Gaol     Debenture    By-law    1909,"     or  thereof,  is Five  Millions.  Three  Hun-'interest   on   the   debentures   proved
which none of the principal or inter- dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four to be issued under this By-Law   and
est  is  in  arrears. Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445.   for creating a sinking fund 'for tne pay-  Btrect'
Now therefore the Municipal Coun- 00)  Dol.'ars. ment of the said debentures when due
Cil of the Corporation of the City of     And. Whereas, the total amount of it will be necessary to raise bv special
New Westminster enacts as follows:    the   existing    debenture  debt  of   the rates,  ln  addition to all  other rates.
1.    It shall be lawful for tbe Mayor said  City  is One Million,    Two Hun   each year during the currency of th.
of  the said  City to raise by way of dred   nnd   Nineteen   Thousand.    One and debentures, the sum of Six Thou-
loan from any person or persons, iod/ Hundred   ($1,210,100,001   Dollars   Irre- sand  One  Hundred  and   Twentv-two
or bodies corporate, who may be will- spectlve of the stun of Three Hundred   ($6,122.00)   Dollars
Ing to advance the same on the credit and   Sixty-Eight  Thousand   ($368,000,.!    And, Whereas, In order to raise the
Tak,-   notice   Diat   the abi v,   la a
true   copy  of   the     proposed   By-iaw
which will be taken Into f.iit-iier&U'a
by the Municipal Council of tie Cfcy
or ,\c-w Westminster .n. m nth hom
the date of the _irst pu - Icatlon
of   iu   Hie  "Dally   News"  and    Dally
Columbian"   newspapers, wl ch first
pu  lication   took   place on th   Mud-
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
thv electors of th,- City will be taker
on the said   proposed   ' > aw on tb.
25th day of August, 1909, between tlie
hours of nine o'clock a.m, and Ave P-
di.,  at the follow.ng places, namely:
Tlie Council Chamber, civic building;
tlie Fire Hall,    Sapperton;    and Hie
Waterworks     Storehouse,    Eleventh
City   Hall,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
July  22nd,  1909.
The following is a list of the v'":*
and amount to be .expended on each
under   the provisions   01   th
��� g re 1
Improvemeni Debenture Bylaw, 19 ���,"
of the  debentures,    hereinafter  men- (10)  Dollars propos-d lo be raised un- said yearly sum Of Six Thousand One Colllmula street, Ha-vain |
tioned, any sum or sums of money, der the "Hospital Debenture In-law Hundred and Twenty-two ($6,122.00)
not exceeding in the whole the sum 1009," the "Waterworks Debenture Bv- Dollars an equal special rate on
of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four }av! 1000." the "Streei Improvement the dollar wlll be required to be
Thousand ($284,000) Dollars, and to By-law 1009,'' the "Incinerator De- levied on the whole rateable property
cause the same to be paid into benture By-law 1900," and the "Citv of the City of New Westminster-
the Treasury of the said City for the Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," or, And, Whereas, the whole rateable
purposes mentioned herein. which  none of the principal or inter- property of   .he  said  City   according
2.   It shall be lawful for ihe Mayor ^t |B i���  arrears. .to   the  last  revised   assessment   roll
number ��f  debentures      Now therefore  the Municipal Coun-  thereof   Is  Five Millions   Thre,.  Hun-  F,rK,  stroet  '
Second street
ment
Columbia street, Gilbind.rs
Hill   	
Front  street	
Agnvs  street	
Dufferin  Street	
McKenzie street	
Lorne street	
to cause any
to   be   made,    not  exceeding  in   the CI1 of the Corporation of the City of dred "and -S'lnetv-Onc Thousand   Four
whole the sum of Two Hundred and New Westminster enacts as follows: Hundiad and Forty-Fl-e ($5,391445.-
Thirty-Four      Thousand        ($234,000}      1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor 00)  Dollars.     .
Dollars, for such sums of money of the said City 10 raise by way of And, Whereas the total amount or
as may be required, not less loan from any person or persons, tody the existing debenture debt of the
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent or bodies corporate, who mav he will- said city is One Million Two Hun-
expressed in pounds sterling of the In-; to advance ihe same on the credit dred and Nineteen Thousand One
1 riil-d Kingdom of Great Britain and of the debentures, hereinafter men- Hundred ($I,210.lllO.O0) Dollars Irre.
Ireland,    at   a   value  of   l.8(,6  to   the tioned,  any   sum   or  sums  of  money. Spective of lhe sum of Two  Hundred
,iound sterling; and an Buch debent- not exc
ures shall    e sealed with the    Seal of Thirty Thousand  ($30,000.00) I)"1- 00) DoUars proposed to be rafted un-
Corporal ion    slgnei   by    the bus and to cause th- same to he paid der   thr-   "Hospital   Debenture   Hv law
countersigned    by     [tie Into the Treasury of the said City for IOOO," the "Waterworks Deb-ntur'. Bv
ir-asurer thereof, or  by such other the purposes mentioned herein. law  1909,"  the "Street  Improvement
person  or  persons a.s   may  be  there- 2.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor By-law   1900,''    the    "Incinerator  De-
unio lawfully authorized. |to   cause   any   number  Of   debentures benture  By-law   1000,"  and  the  "City
Third street
Fourth street ...
Fifth street ...
Seventh street ��� ���
Eighth street ...
Nanaimo sireet .
Twelfth street ..
Thirteenth stn <-i
of the
Mayor   and
7.    This By-law shall take effect on
edlng In   the  whole the sum and   Ninety.Four Thousand   ($294,000.'  r''""r,��""nth Street
llniiiilion B'reot
Dublin   sireet   ...
F.dlnl nigh  street
London  sireet   ..
Tenth strret  ...
Alberta street  .. .
Th ���    said  debentures shall  be )0  be   made,"    not  exceeding "ta   the Gaol    Debenture   By-law" 1909"   of Coburg-street .  .
payable on the first day of July 1950.  whole   the   slim   of   Thirty   Thousand  which none of the principal or Inter- ,jeItn 8treet ...   .
r places as the Coun-   fl80,000.00)  Dollars, fo.  such sums of p-t Is In  arrears
al such place
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may be raised annually by special rates
be cited as the "Advertising Bylaw as aforesaid, during the currency of
1909." the said debentures, the Sum of Three
8. This By-law before the final Hundr,. ($.100.00) Dollars for the
passing thereof, shall receive the as- payment of interest thereon and the
sent of the electors of the said City sum of Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($53.19.)
ln   the   manner required  by  law. Dollars to provide for the repayment
Received the assent of the electors OIThe principal.
on the day of 1900.        |   -|.   The proceeds of the sale of the
Reconsidered nnd finally passed in  said   debentures  shall   be  applied  a-s
op*n Council the day of   foV.jws. and not otherwise;   Towards
1909. ���        paying  the  cost of  ihe    passing    of
.this   By-law .and   the   Issue  and  -jal-e
lof'the debentures therein referred to.
City Clerk. Mayor.      7.   This By-law shall take effect on
  the 25th. day of August 10(19, and may
NOTICE. |he cited as the "City Jail Debenture
Subject as aforesaid, there Shall cil of the said Corporation 11 ay fr
Royal avenue
.}  ,.I."'W
1,61111
600
3,000
300
400
���400
500
'     2,400
WII)
_,60li
3,500
1,400
. 200
600
1 1,111.1
;     |.:-m
1,200
���760
600
500
300
760
30Q
411O
300
3, 1
_ 600
1,700
1,000
2,600
1.600
1,600
1,400
Take  notice   that   the  above   is   a By-law, 1909."
true  copv of the    proposed    By-law,    8.   This  By-law  before    the    final
which will be taken into consideration pass'ng thereof, shall rer. Ive the as
by the Municipal  Council of the City  sent of the electors of the said  City
of New Westminster one month from in   the  manner required  bv   law.
the oate of the first publication there. |    Received the assent of the elector.
of in  the  "Dailv   N"ws"  and   "Daily on the day of 1909.
Columbian"    newspapers,  which   first      Recrnsidered  nnd  finally  passed  In
money  as  may  be  required,  not less      Now therefore the Municipal  Coun- QlMen'a avenue
time   to  lime  appoint,    with   the  ap-  than  $100.00 each,    or an  equivalent ell of the Corporation of the City of Firth  ,lV(n��e  ������
proval  of the  holders    thereof,    and expressed  in   pounds  sterling of the New Westminster enacts as follows-    Fo"rt1' avenue .
shall  have attached  lo them coupons Unlf��d Kingdom of Great Britain and      1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor 8ixth avenue ,   .
ror  the  payment  of interest    at  the Inland,    at a value  of 4.866 to the of the said City to ralSe by wav of Seventh avenue
rate of five per centum per annum on  pound  sterling;  and all such debent- loan from any person or p-rsons hod    E'eniri avenue ...
the  amount   thereof,    which   Interest ,,ires  shall  Ibe  sealed   with  the    Seal or bodies corporate, who may bo wlll- Third avenue    ������������      ' .,���,
shall   be payable half yearly on  t_iei0f the    Corporation    signed by    the Ing to advance the same on the credit Tenth avenue	
t!-_ ?   J*"-ar>/n(1 t'lf' first _ay of |Mayop    and    countersigned    by    tne of the debentures,    hereinafter men- "        	
"""' '          "' "'    Treasurer thereof, or  by such  other tioned, any  sum or siim��� of money,
person  or persons as may be there- not exceeding In the whole the sum
unto lawfully authorized. iof One Hundred and Four Thousand
3.   The    said   debentures shall  be ($104,000,000)   Dollars    and   t0  cause
payable on the first day of July 1959, the same to be paid Into the Treasury
at such place or places as the Coun- of the said City for the purposes men-
cil of the said Corporation may from tioned  herein.
time to time appoint,    with the ap-1    2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
luly, in each and every year, and th
said coupons shall  be signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised In each
year, in addition to all oih _��� rates,
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to  pay  the Interest on  the
Hospital street, Blair and Buchanan avenue
Streots generally
1.IIIID
4,(1119
Total
.$l|]
.imi
debentures, and  to creat..  a sink ng J proval of the holders    thereof,    and to cause  any number of debentures
publication  took   place on  the  22nd. onen Council th
dav of July 1909, and that a vote of 1909.
the electors of the '"Ity will be taken )
on tne said   proposed   bylaw on 1*6 -
25th day of August, 1909, between the City Clerk.
. .day of.
fund for the payment of the ; rincipa
thereof w^hen due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5.    Subject as afores_Jd, there hhnll
be   raised   annually   by   special   rates
as  aforesaid,  during the currency  or
the    said    debentures,    the    sum    of
Eleven    Thousand    Seven    Hundred
($11,700)  Dollars for the paynien-t of
interest theireon, and the sum of Two
iThousnnd   and   Seventy-Four  and   52-
! 100  IJ2074...)   Dollars to  provide  tor
Mayor. thP repayment of the principal.
shall have attached to them coupons to   he   made,    not exceeding  in   the
for  the  payment of Interest    at  the whole the sum of One Hundred  and
rate of five per centum per annum on Four Thousand   ($104,000.00)    Dollars th^f-tv of ... w'weRTminstc-
the  amount  thereof,    Which  Interest for   such   sum.   of   mono.    ���-  ,"erly5 N*v w.e_.ln,,n���. -���
Incinerator Debenture Ry-
lawJ90_.
A By-law to enable the Comic
e Citv of New Westminster to '
the  amount  thereof,    Which  Interest for   sucn   sum.   of   money   as may hv loanTthe sum of Twenty Thn'i*""
shall  be payable half yearly on  tihe be    required,    not    less than $100.(MI ($20 000 00)   Dollars   for   the  lll"'l",!,
first of January and the first day of each,    or   an    equivalent    expressed 0f  build'inir an Incinerator
July, In each and every year, and the In    pounds, sterling    of     the    Unit-!    Whern-   It Is exnedlent for 'be lm'
said coupons shall be signed by the ed   Kingdom of   Great   Britain   and __ov��m__t of sunltarv conditions I"
said Mayor. Ireland,    at a value of 4.Sfi6 to the 'th���  C?t? that Tpubllc    Incinerator
4.   A    special    rate on  the dollar pound sterling; and aU such debent- should he hulit for __��destruction ��
shall   be   levied   and   raised   in  each ures  shall ibe sealed with  the    Bea) refuse at the cost of  Twenty ThoU-
rear.  In addition   to nil  other rates, of the    Corporation    Signet] hy    the Rnnrl   .jonnoOOO)  Dollars
on all rateable property of the City, Mayor    and    countersigned    by    ihe      And vvhereas  It appears 'hat If ,lv>
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ire    Hy-law    1S-09,"    ot
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1N AN,> Q< -v\...-,
i'.ir niAlm, erne)*. ..-.f;...-.< ���,
����. MM-M e)d t^,���, (i���.,u. .
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:���>,��� :he following described landa
i-   whK ���   .: -'-..... said worka
th,     nt e -   ���.
turned  to some natun   chann-      nd '-���   '      P*ny i    oon
the    difference    in    altitude  betw    ���  "     '  ���  ' "     ''':; 8  or aa a    motive
....   ways   ir for)^ *��?.." northweat comer of Maud iS^"**,*���...^^1       ': '���"���'".'.
OPIUM m Of PARIS
'    tm BIG SCANDAL
Modem Circes Entice Young
Oommi  .:...  .,;  :.  ;his:   planted io n'<" l"x>i>0��*c '���'��� he co     a-
l-��.)int of    diversion and point oi
....    - g    sland   the largest   Island  in
to   tbe   North   Arm   ol   li vr '"  ^      -      smelUng,    li  lltng    ian. STOUp,      Dated   Jun.   6th,   1808
at or n,ar the pl  where v    pres     nd  milling or f r an-,   ol    r opera-
vni  power house of thi   a;,,, an    ia
situaied.      The    dlfferenc     oi  eleva
etween  polnl ol  divertlon    and
point of return is about 2200 feet
(ji. The area of Cn wn and Intended to be occupied bj the proposed
works will not exceed 80 acres
tk). This   notice was posted on tne
18th,  Hth     loth   lHth    daf of July.
sum   li"-lt<- and application will be mad    to
to whirli ii may be adapted o* 1-'i'-Il!'-)S  60 acres more o.  less
to be used er supplVd tor or in oon BERQETA  AN__RSON,
nei Ion  niti:  an)   other  purposes tor ]>,,r s   "   PORD,  Agent
. electricity   or   electee   power     Dated .'une i-th. 1808.
maj    <  ..,, led or required    (g)  Vot   ~	
rend ring   water   and   water    power     District ol Ooasi  Rang* Ona
avallal .  tor use. application and -'.is-     Take notice thai    Prank Jacobson,
tribution by erecting dams, increasing of   Vancouver.   B.  C.  Occupation,  tar
lhe head   _ water in   any   existing |mer, Intends to apply for
Section   T  ol the  "Na\ gab .  Wafer.
Pre.- ction   _cl '   Cha   ��� ���   III���   ���;
���statutes of Canada   '.���. h-
Dated Jun�� 24   1809.
WHITESIDE   \-   BDMONDS,
S^���lllc:^'>rs  f.>r
i'ii: River Lumber c.v. Ltd
Officers of Armj
fo Ruin.
and X:nv
.,-., .-I
painful
FIRST   STREET   SEWER   NOTICE.
rhousand  ($-8,000.00) D_- Ilje Commissioner on the lluth day of
.   lhe same to be paid,AuSUsl. ttOS.
... of the said Citv for      lh<-  P��n  of    the  m-moraneum ot
the pur ��� ������  mentioned  herein. -asosciauon  of  the    company    which
���    twfu] for lhe Ma.or authorizes  the    proposed    application
ver  of   deb, ntur-s  and works,  reads as follows:
i.    ���   made,    not  exceeding   in   the      (3). The    objects   tor    which    the
\V . .e  Twenty   Thousand  company  is  _stablislu-d and  ;o Which
ii. Dollars for such sums of objects    the company    are   restricted  and   water  power  or  b--  altering,   re-1
moi be  required,  not less  are   the    acquisition   ot     water    and newing,  extending,  improving,  repair-.
body  Of water, or extending the area  to   purchase   th.
'hereof,  diverting   the   waters  o:   anv   lands:
stream, pond or lake Into any other     Commencing at a post  planted in
channel or channels,  laying or erect- :.  small  bay  on north shor.-  ol  Band
ing  any   lin,. or  flume,  pipe  or  wire  island.    Dated  June  6th,   1903.      Ap
constructing any raceways, reservoir,Iplying  for the whole island, contain-
aqueduct   weir,  wheel,     building,     or lng SO acres more or less
other , reel Ion or w-ork which mav bfl FRANK  .1 -COBSON
required in connection wiih the lm- Prtr s '���   KOKU "Aont
provement  and  use of the said water      n,uod   ,uno (;(ll   1;Hn,
Pai i    Vug   i     i'h-   receni
Ueutenani   i llmo ihrew    a
Hghl  on   Hi--  r\ii    o(   opluai   sm-'king
. i'itii.-ii naval officer, at  i'��m-
i-ii.   and   now   the  existence   a.   -.;h<
��a_nc  vie. in  Brest  ia brought  prom-
��� uentl.    I : fore   ,  v. ���    uvv,       Acting
... b_     resolu.,,,,,    ,;���.,.,. "i"1" the ,-, do, s el th,   .Ke,, ,���m���m. U���
mined and specified thai u is dealt    i'0'1''* �� ten days ago mad. visits of
a'e.e to can*)   out   ;lip  following  works |Inspection  lo the residence -'( aboul  a
thai is lo sa} dotttn wumen, who h:<-i Installed oplut_
B   sewer   lo   l>e   known I den��  iu   their  lioud-Ms.      Ilivsj   pn.-- ������.
Sower,     on   iho   ll   a.|>|-oais.  weie largeh   frequented  l'>
offloer* --I iii,, nnu and ol ths colon
tai regiments     i
ai ihe places Visited b) ihe police,
i'h.. Municipal Council --i  th. Uo*
mission   ivi"-';'-"-i   of  the   Cu.    of     Now   West
following   described
K- construct
as   the   "Flrsl   Slrei
following  atrwi ta    namely;
Dickinson street, betwsan  Mstrival
[and Elliott streeis,
Carnation sheet  between Merrivale I QUattUtlM of IsttOTS w.,c gela.-d whl-'a
I than 1100.00 each, or an equivalent waier power : y records Of unreeord
leipressed in pounds sterling of the ed water or by the purchase or
fXTnlted Kingdom of Great Britain and water records or wate: privileges
i'i. .land,   at a value  of  4.866  to the for.
I.pound Bterllng; and all such debent- (a). Constructing, operating and
lures Bhall sealed with the Seal maintaining electric works, pow-er
lof the Corporation signed by the bouses, generating plant and such
] Mayor and countersigned by the oth^r appliances and conveniences as
ITresgurer thereof or by ��uch Other 'are necesasry and proper for the
'person or person? as may be there-'generating of electricity or electric
, unio lawfully authorlred. | power,  or    any    othe   form    of    de-j
Tl��    said  de ---ures  shall   he  veloped   power,   and   for   transmitting;
tpaj i le on the ftrsi jay of July 1968,  the same to be used by th0 company
fcat such place or places as the Coun   or  by persons or companies contract- j
|-cll of the said Corporation  may from  ing   with   the     company   therefor,   as j
I (line to time appoint,    witih   tbe  ap- a  motive  power  for the operating ot
Iproval of the holders    thereof,    ana motors, machinery,  or  electric  light
ing or maintaining any such works,
or any part  thereof.
VANOOUVER   POWER   CO _ ,   LTD.
(Signature)   F.   H.  W.   Hope.    A_ B.
Beck,  Directors.
J. V. Armstrong, Secretary.
P.  O.  Address. Vancouver. Bt'.
[Seal of the Vancouver Power Coy.,
Ltd.]
LAND   ACTS.
District  of   _\.ist   Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, ot
Vancouver, B. C. occupation, jeweler,
District of Ooasi Kange On*
lake notice that Adolpli 0. Johnson, of Vanoouver. B. C, occupation,
I farmer, Intends to apply for permis-
��� sion lo purchase he following lie
J scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore Of Crib lsiand. Haled
j.lune 6th. 1908, Applying for the
���whole  island,    containing     .0     acres
more Or  less,
ADOLPH 0. JOHNSON.
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June 6th.  1809.
'shall have attached to them coupons iing or other works, or to be supplied intends to apply for permission to
for the payment of interest at ibe by the company to consumers for|Pur?hase tbe follow-in. vv.. vi
rate of five per centum per annum on heating or as a motive power for pro-
tile amount thereof, which Interest polling tramways, or for driving.
shall be payable half yearly on Uie'hauling, lifting, pumping, lighting.
first of January and the first day of crushing, smelling, drilling and mill-
July, in each and -very year, and'th-"" lng or for any other operations to
said coupons shall be signed by the which lt may be adapted or to be
said Mayor. .used or supplied for or lu connection
4.  A   special    rate on   the  dollar.with   any   other   purposes    for  which
shall  do levied   and   raised   'n  each  electricity  or  electric  power  may   be
TMT, in addition   to  all   other  rates, applied   or  required.
on all rat,aliN- property of  'ho  City. !     (gi. For       rendering       water    and
sufflrf. t,t to  pay  the  Inter,st  on  the  water  power available  for   use,  appll- j
debentures, and  to create a sink ng cation and distribution    by    erecting Vancouver,,   B.   C, occupation, lady,
hind for the payment of the p.ncipal 'dams, increasing the bead of water in  |0tends to apply for permission to pur.
Weol when due, subject  to any Act  any   existing   body   of   water,  or    ex   chase the   following  di'scrl. ed   lands:
and  Elliott  sderls
Armstrong streei between Morn
wile and i ii --U stresta
Columbia street between Msrrtvais
street   nnd  Leopold  place
Albert Crescent
Wellington sn.. t
Allca street,
Hiishliy street
Dufferin street
OOOUrg street  and lain'
Bb  Anne's street,
Sarnia si cot
Windsor sireet.
Cunningham street between Merrivale and Windsor streets,
Agnes     stre.t.     betwv.n     Mcll'lvale
Ql(.'nnd   Hiiffprln  streets
Elliott street,
L.-opold   place   (par)   ofl
First street from Agnes to Blgto
Royai avenue from Clinton place to
Dufferin   struct
New Wettmlmter   Land   District
trict of New Westminster,
purchase    the    following      described I    Take notice that Wilfrid Dougal] of
ands: I Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    in-
Commencing at a post planted In a j tends  to apply  for permission to pur-
mall bay on north shore Of Berry Is- chftSe  the   following   described   lands: |    c.ranvlllc sireet.
laud,   dated   June  4th,   1909.       Apply-j    Commencing  at   a   post   planted   at       Vancouver  itreet
ng  for Uie  whole   Island,   containing   Northeast   corner Of  lot   1469,   thence      Queen's  avenue   between
south _d chains, thenoe east 40 chains.  s,,r���n,| streets
thence north to coast, theme roi low-,   Third avenue   between
ing the coast line   to polnl of ����m-jSecond streets,
mendement
WILFRID DO-GALL,
Per c>. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dat.-d July 21st,  1909.
100 acres more or less.
OL1C BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Daied June 4ib, 1808.
Flrsi
First
District of  Coast   Range  One.
Take notice that  Dora Anderson, of
between First and
���or enaetm, nt respecting the same.      Itendlng the  area    thereof,    diverting
'    Subject as aforesaid, ther. shall |the waters of any stream, pound    or
;'   alsed  annuallv  by  special  rates [lake Into any other channel or channels,  laying  or erecting  any  line    or
annually
as aforesaid, during the currency of
tne said debentures, the sum of One
nousand iJI.OOCOO) Dollars for the
P .ment of interest thereon and the
sum or One Hundred and Seventy-
seven and 30-100 (.177.30) Dollars to
.Sm.    tor 'he repa)'mvIlt of Ote Pr'-n-
6_  The proceeds of the sale of the
"   Ventures shall  b�� apiplled as
l0l|t'ws, and not otherwise: Towards
Wing the cost of the pass'ng of
����� Bj law and the Issue and e+U
���oi thei debentures therein Teferred to.
tt, w u n>'lriw sha'l '*ke effect on
Y : ���'���'���'��� day of August 1909, and may
" ':'-l us the 'Incinerator Debenture
By-law, 1909."
4 Thla Hy-law before the final
Li!, ", '!|"r"of- shall receive the as-
�� n   ni the electors of the said City
, "    '"-'inner required  by  law.
on Y       l tlie ftssent of <he electors
n '     dav of 1909.
"' 'Id-red and finally passed In
3J? ",,""'1l the day of	
flume, pipe or wlr0 constructing any
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir,
wheel, building or other erection or
work which may be required tn connection with the improvement and
use of the said water and water-
power or by altering, renewing, extending, Improving, repairing or
maintaining any euch works or any
part th-reof.
VANOOUVER POWER CO.. LTD.
Signatures: F. H. W. Hope, A. _.
Beck, directors; J. V. Armstrong, s.c-
reUry.
P.  O. Address,  Vancouver,  B.  C.
[Seal of Vaucouved Power (Oo.. Ltd.J
.brl..
Mayor.
Ta]
true
NOTICE.
notice  that  the  above   is  a
y of tl..    proposed    By-law
hv ,. wl ' l)(- token '"to consideration
"J the MunicliwJ Council of the CUy
' ��ew We_tmlnster one month from
aaxe of the first publication there
Cehl.l,e.,,'Dally NeWB" a"<l "4*-*Jf
v mbian newspapers, which first
;; ";>tvn took place on the 22nd-
la-  of July 1909, and that a vot�� of
or ,h ?, ot thw Clty wl�� t�� taken
- me naui proposed bylaw on the
h',,Yl-v ,)f August, 1909, between the
m , ��� nine ��'clock a.m. and five p.
Th n �� following places, hame:y:
(i-''-��� ( ouncli Chamber, civic building;
Wn��� ' ,Ha11, 9aPP��rton; and the
waterworks
street.
WATER NOTICE.
Commencing at a post planted on
the nortii shore of Klaoitsls island, B
small Island south of Turner island.
Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for
the whole island, 40 acres more or
ess.
DORA  ANDKR-ON,
Per S.  H.  -ORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, ol
Vancouver, B. C occupation, farmer,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
bay at northwest corner of Davies
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole lsiand, containing  _00 acres  more or less.
JOHN 0L8BN,
Per S.  II.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Re pan (i acre) of southeast Quarter Of Section 18, township ll. New
j s\ e.tmlnster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of cei II-
flcate Of title number 17r.7a. Issued ID
the name of WUUam Oleson, has been
filed In this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the flrsi publication hereof In a dally newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster. Issue B
duplicate Of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection t>��
made to ine In writing.
W. S. KKITH.
District Registrar of Title!
1-iiul Registry Offloe, N.w Weat-
mlnsler, it. C, August '., 1909,
Emory street,
Arbutus  sireet.
Fourth   avenue
Second   sln-eis.
St   Patrick-,   street     liclw.-.-n
and   Third  streeis.
Oakland   Street   between    First
Second  streets.
on examination bj the judge dlnstruc
Hon   proved   thai   quite   g   munli-a   Ol
the pupils al  the naial school .>��  the
training snip Borda were attracted to
lh. s,,  opium   dens   when     liny    were
granted shore leave.
In iome o| 111., letters llu> naval
cadeta describe, with aa Oriental luxury or detail, ths   ephemeral   mur
which   thej   experienced   from   In-luig
'Mire tn ths fumes of lhe noxious drug.
The women who kepi theaa danger
ous retort* �����. i,. questioned i-> the
examining tnaglsitats and will iobs*
uurniiy be tried by tht Correoiltjual
Tribunal, ami n is expected thai otiier
persons will he In^Mved iii the MaK
It   ts  highly   prolialde   ihai   111,.  afTalr
will reach ih.. dimensions of �� vert-
la; I,,  SOattdal    If  ths    circumstances
should ha divulged which surrounded
lhe  denlh. about  a   month     .J". ��f  a
young  oaf,.  Oosoeri   I ngef  known   _i
CliifToiiiielH'"   III   one   id   theSa   dens.
jit ta even affirmed tliai an officer of
old ililgi,   rank,     a   tnagpn nil-,   and   othPr
notable perton&ltlui were mixed up
""i In ibis late Rffalr .whlcb lias hliherto
been kepi ��ecii-i Meanwhile th, gov
einmeut lm. given the slrlctesl orders
ItO  the  police  thai    the naval    tjadetS
First
and
Notice ls hereby given that an ap-
[ilicatlon wlll  b_ made tuider Part V-
of the "Water Act, 1909," to Obtain u District of Coast Range One.
license ln the New Westminster Ul-1 Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
vision of New Westminster District, of Vuncouver, B. C, occupation, fm-
(a) The name address and occupa j mer, Intends to apply for permission
tlon of the appl.cant is the Vancou j to purchase the following described
ver Power Company, Limited, bavlng  lands:
Storehouse,
W.
Eleventh
City
Hall.
A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk
Julv   22nd    1909.
WATER NOTICE.
Its head offlce at l'he City of Vancouver, British Columbia, and having a
capital of $2,500,000 divided Into 2,-
500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all fully
paid up. (b) Tho nan . of the lake,
stream or source, Mlsliloot River,
North Arm, Burrard Inlet, (Indian
River), (c) The point of diversion
is situated about 12 miles from the
mouth of the river, (d) The quantity
of water applied for in cubic feet per
second, 800. (e) The character of
the proposed works, a water power
plant for the generation of electricity
for merohanlcal, industrial and conl'
merclaJ purposes and r-ortlcularly in
the operation of motors, machine)',
electlc Wgh-lng, the operation ��
tramways and other works for whton
Buch light, heat and power are stable and available. (f) The premises on which the water Is to ���
used is situated at or near high tide
mark at the mouth of the river. (Si
The purposes for which the *ater 1B
to be used Is to generate electric p^**-
er, light and heat for traction, lighting  heating,  manufacturing and    aJt
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore ln a small bay on
Compton   lsiand.     Dated   June   4th.
1909.     Applying for the whole island.
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH  JACOBSON,
Per S. H.  KORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.  -
Take notice that Jacob Jacobeon.
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island-
Dated, June 4th, 1909. Applying fw
the whole Island, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB JACOBSON,
Per 8. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th. 190*.
'"^iti'-n  wll^T*-. g,'Ven _hat an ap- a"d every Industrial or other purposes      _
v'.L   . n)ad?__n.d'*r Part v- to which  It  may be applied,    (i) ]f purchase    the    following
Plication
^ l&nseWato a����\/J_9____J_r_i_ |��e water '__ �� be"u-*f"tor~*��_J_ ��'��_5>s7
District of Ooast Range On*.
Take notice that Albert Hunt. of.
Vancouver, B. C, occupation- Isrto+t,
Intends    to apply    for -_��__���       to
between   First and
between    Third  and
Kigin    street,
Second  streets.
Second   street
Sixth  nvenne��.
Fifth  SVenue  between    Second and
Third   streets.
Ilrnndon stroet.
Regina   street   between   Second   sntl
Fourth streets.
Sixth  nvcnuo  between   Second   and
Third  streets.
Third street, between Iteglna street
nnd Fifth ttvsnue,
Fourth    street     between    Brandon
streel   nnd   Sixth  avenue.
Anil   that   thn   said   works   shall   be
carried   out   In   accordance    with   the
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER l^T^U��� ,^,provrm���,n,
Ami the CUy Engineer and the City
TENDERS  FOR  STEEL  PIPE.
Tenders will bo recolvod by the undersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at S:00 p.m., for supplying about 74,-
600 feet of steel pipe, with an Inside
diameter of 24 ionlios, and tthout
16,000 fee, of atuei pipe wltii an inside diameter of 12 Inches
Specifications may bo seen at tho
City Clerk's offloe, City Hall, o,- at
the ofllce of Messrs. Hermon & Bur-
well, Vancouver, B.  C.
A deposit of an amount oqual to
Ave per cent, of the contract price
mimt be made with each tender, by
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, B, U���
July 10, 1809.
The time for receiving tenders as
above has been extended ��ntli August 18, *t 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that the
"Pitt, River Lunijber Company, Limited," having applied to His Excel-
hocy the Governor-General In Council
for: the approval of a certain Bite for
tke construction of certain booms
nnd   booming   grounds   In   the   Pitt
New Westminster mining   purposes  describe  the  Pl��**<   Commencing nt * po* ��_-*���_ ta
described River, tn the District of New Westminster, Province of British Columbia, have de-posited with the Honora.
A*HP-snr having reported lo the Council In accordance with ihe provisions
of the snld bylnw upon the snld
works giving statement., showing the
amounts estimated t" be ohargeable
agnliiMi the various iMinlona of real
properly to he benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said rep('H_ of the snld City Engineer
and City Asseasor having b/;en adopted by the (Xiuncll,
Notice Is hereby given that the said
reports are open for Inspection at 'he
office of the City Assessor, City Hall.
Columbia strvwt. New Westminster.
B. O.i snd that unless a petition
against the proposed works sbove
mentioned signed hy a majority of the
owner* of the land or real property
to -h. assessed or charged In respect
ot such works representing at least
one-half In value thereof is presented
to the Council within fifteen days
from the date of the flrst publication
of this notice the Council win proceed with the proposed improvements
under such terms and conditions as
to ..the payment of the cost of such
Improvements as the Council may by
bylaw In that behalf regulate and determine and also to make th. said
assessment
Dated this 17th day of July, A. 1>-.
1909.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
are   lo   lie  protected   lrom   rontaininn-
ilon by tli,, odious vie.
lng,
Of opium sraolt
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
SUCCESS OF WELL  KNOWN
INSTITUTION,
Royal  Standard Flour Proves to be a
Winner.
Very interesting Indeed are the let-
lets received by thp Vancouver Milling Co., Ltd., trom those who have
been so fortunate as to secure coupons entitling Hie holders to the
splendid prlS6( Offered by this company to Introduce their flour.
Beginning with last January, ten
numbers have been drawn every
mottth, and In differpni pails of the
province the winners lime !>eeii made
happy by receiving a beautliul 109-
pl��Ce dinner set. That the prizes
have been appreciated OSn be learned
from thp letters, extracts lrom a few
of whieli ar here alven:
Mrs. D. ''. Coa.J y of Rossland, a
winner In January, states: "1 was
advised by a friend to try Royal
Standard Flour. 1 find it an excellent bread Hour, and will recommend
it ttt-all my I'r.ends as such.'
W H. Heighten Of Mission City
writes: Were there no premiums ottered with tlie flour, 1 would not use
any other Hour, for we find ir makes
light, white, sweet bread, second tt>
none.
U. A. Keating .another Rossland
winner who succeeded in securing one
of the dinner sets In June, says: "I
am sure when people once use Royal
Standard Flour they will ask for it
again. We have used it for some
time, and in twenty-five years' experience we have never had a better
flour, and can only say that as long
as we can get Royal Standard, we
want no other."
Another enthusiastic user, Mrs.
Millett, 941 Courtney street, Victoria,
writes: "I have made bread for
twenty-flve years, and have tried
���very flour in this fair Dominion, but
Royal Standard beats them all."
We think these testimonials prove
the worth of Royal Standard Flour���
the flour of superior quality.
Among the Jun* winners are: O.
A. Keating, Rosthtttd, B. C; Mrs. M.
Millett, Victoria, B. C; Mr. _hos.
Fowler, Prince Rupert; Mrs. Jas. Ne.
son, Ladner; Mr. D. Mnthesoo, Vancouver; Mrs. W. Pope, tkm Westminster.
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THURSDAY,  AUGUST 5, 1909
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Something
Special
Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
and to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respecjt. Give it a
try, and get it at
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop
+++++++++++++++++++++++
Rose
Snips
THESE ARE MADE ESPECIALLY FOR CUTTING AND
HOLDING THE FLOWER AT
THE SAME TIME. SUITABLE FOR SWEET PEAS AND
OTHER   FLOWERS.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA STREET.
GUN CLUB COMPETES FOR
DUPONT POWDER TROPHY
First Shoot in Competition Last Night
���Details Governing Gift  Assist
Indifferent Marksmen.
The first shoot for the Dupont
Powder trophy by the Westminster
Gun Club was held last evening at
-Moody square. The competition is
being conducted under the trophy
handicap system, and will be continued each Wednesday till a d.cisu.i
is reached.
The scores last night were: Cu|.t.
Mayers, Hi; Clarence McLean, <>>>;
L. A, Lewis, 66; T. Trapp, ti6; George
Cunningham, 57, and W. R. Burr, 56.
Tlie terms of the compet.tion are
that each contestant shoots at 50
targets at the different contests.
Each competitor starts with 11 given
handicap and handicaps himself afterwards. The highest possible score is
250. The *rophy is the gift of the
IE. I. Dupont de . eiiitiurs Powder Co.,
of Wilmington, Delaware.
English Watchmaker
Gold Y\'atc'aes for Ladies from $12./5
up.
Silver Watches, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent for Waltham and Klgin
Watches.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two  doors  from   Geo. Adams, Grocer
VANCOUVER PAPER
MAKES FULL APOLOGY
"World"  Admits  That   It  Was   Wrong
in   Criticising   Chief  Macintosh
in   Allen   Affair.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
ufflce 'Phone 18a.     Barn 'Phone 18?
Columbia Street-
Baggage   dellverea   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
USE
IIR. MOSQUITO OIL
TO  KEEP THE MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westmlnste-
The Vancouver World which maligned Chief of Police Macintosh in
regard to his having taken no action
When "Bones" Allen was laid out In
the last lacrosse game, makea the
following apology in its issue of yesterday:
"Chief of Police J. W. Mcintosh of
Westminster is aggrieved at the comment that iu- witnessed the match between New Westminster and Vancouver, and stood within 20 yards of the
spot where Hones Allen was knocked
cold, yet failed even to reprimand the
offender. The cause for complaint
is that Mr. Mcintosh was not standing
within 20 yards of the spot, but at the
desk prov.ded for tho newspaper men,
which vs halfway down tiiL. fence
round the field and, therefore, a considerable distance away from the nets
in the neighborhood of which the incident occurred. In addition the
chief did not see Allen struck. He
saw the player when he was down
and when the attendants were running to him, but, so far as he could
ascertain, the blow which had struck
Allen was accidental and it did not
appear clear to some who was the
particular person who struck the
blow. Insofar as the report in this
paper tended to create an impression
contrary to the fact, as now learned,
the World expresses its regret that
it should bave given publicity to a
statement reflecting somewhat un,
fairly on the conduct of Chief Mcintosh."
ON THE DIAMOND.
LADIES:
We have a large and upjo-date assortment of girls' and misses'  dresses  in  sizes up to IC years.      Prices from 75c up.
Ladles  blouses ranging up to $3.65 to clear at, each  ....95c
I
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Fraser   Mills  Double   Score of   Maple
Leafs.
The Fraser Mills baseball team beat
the Maple Leafs easily last evening
by eight runs to four. Only five Innings were played, and had there
been time for the regular nine, the
Maple Leafs would hav,- made up tie
balance. The mill team put up good
ball.
The Maple Leafs found the turf at
Sapperton hard' on them in running
the i.ases. Sayce pitched for the
Leafs and Ross for Fraser Mills.
Intermediate Game Postponed.
The intermediate game between the
(West Ends and Reginas has been pos'
jponec as th-e senior... want Queen'.
I park oval for practice in view of Stit-
1 urday ��� strenuous game, several of the
boys not getting back from Boundary
Bay till today. They will have a
good workoul  '.onlght.
Primitive Wireless.
London, Aug. 4.���Capt. Whiffen lms ,
arrived here after years of exph>rat'on
in Southeastern Colombia. Among
his discoveries is a secret system of
telegraphy employed by the natives.
Hollow tree, are selected of various
thicknesses, which give out high or
low notes when struck. The sound
travels from 30 to 40 miles. \o cod ���
is employed, but tin- natives recognize
the words intended from th,. dlfferenl
musical  notes.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL    j
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
NOTICE TO HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persona desiring
to lbe placed on the Household Voters'
List will be received at the city clerk's
Office up to the first day of November,
1909. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
8ongs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. m.
;������������ **"���*^*���~*aa+++a+++4+++++++*+*
FOR SALE. *
Blacksmith   Shop
AND
OUTFIT COMPLETE
This is a great opportunity for anyone
desirous of securing a good business.
For full particulars apply to
F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY.
FORCING OUT
THE
Summer Good.
WITH THE APPROACH OF THE FALL SEASON THE ARRIVAL OF THE NEW GOODS IS BEING
HERALDED TO US FROM FAR AND NEAR. ADVICES TO HAND DENOTE THAT THREE QUM.
TERS OF OUR FALL GOODS ARE ON THE WAY. WE MUST HAVE THE NECESSARY SPM*
READY UPON THEIR ARRIVAL AT THIS STORE. ALL PRICES NOW HAVE A DOWNWARD
TENDENCY   AS  WE   KEEP PLACING  THIS OR  THAT  LINE  ON  SALE.      WATCH  EVERY ADVE..
TISEMENT.
LADIES FLANNELETTE
DRESSING  JACKETS,
85c  EACH
Sharp reductions have been made 'n
the price of tills special lot of dressing saccules; materials used are nice
colored hard finished wrapperettes in
fancy designs. Among the most
popular styles shown are those with
turnover collars with fancy edge and
belt; sizes are _l - to 4- inches. Special sale price, each 85c
LADIES' COTTON  UNDERVESTS,
2 FOR 25c.
"Watson's" underwear of any grade
is the best value and the most satisfactory that can be purchased. Todays specials from tli,. underwear section offer two exceptional value..
Twenty dozen ladies' Cotton Undervests in plaid or ribbed knit, with
half sleeves or without sleeves, and
drawstring around neck; all sizes.
Regular value 15c each. Now, only
_  for 25c
LONG SLEEVE  UNDERVESTS,
20c EACH  OR 3  FOR  50c.
Ten dozen white cotton undervests,
plain or ribbed styles.    Long sleeve.,
all sizes, 3 for 50c
SPECIAL "OUTSIZE"
COTTON   UNDERVESTS
35c EACH.
We make a specialty of these "outsize" garments of all grades for women. These cotton undervests with
drawers to match ar,- in pur,- white,
line ribbed and medium weight; each
35c or 3 for $1-00
RIBBONS,
25c  PER  YARD.
Clearing  out   5(1   ends  of   Duchesse
anqYsilk   ribbons at  much  less  than
the usual price.    Ribbons are 4 1-2 to
6 inches wide plain fancy stripe and
Dresden effect all colors to clear per
yard 25c
REMNANT   CLEARING   SALE
THIS   WEEK.
Hundreds of .-nds of Dress Good .
Muslins, Prints, Ginghams, Cottons.
Cretonnes Flannelettes, Embroideries,
Ribbons, etc., marked at prices whieh
denote s decided saving. These ends
accumulate very rapidly as th.. season advances and they mUBi be
cleared out at once. All marked In
plain figures. See them on the centre
tables this week.
TWO   SPECIAL  SNAPS
IN   HANDKERCHIEFS.
COLORED   BORDER
HANDKERCHIEFS,
2  FOR  5c.
Twenty dozen only muslin or l&*H
handkerchiefs; soft finish and with
colored borders, plain or fancy centres. Size of handkerchiefs l_ IJ
Inches square. While they inst,
2 for       5c
LADIES' LINEN
HANDKERCHIEFS,
25c EACH
Regular 30c to 40c.
A dozen or more odd lines of fine
linen hemstitched handkerchiefs with
embroidered designs. Also many o'l 1
lines of embroidered edge Swiss cambric and muslin handkerchiefs. Rt su-
lar values 30c to 40c. On ���'������''���
each  ... ,25c
A  SPLENDID SHOWING
OF  NEW  NET  WAISTS
An advance showing of the "'!W
fall waists. Ladles' plain and I-"" 1
n-t    waists     lined     throughout    with
good quality of Japanese silk Wai
are trimmed with guipure Insertions
or piped with contrasting shinies ol
Colored satin and ribbon. The new
styles arc proving exceptionally popular. Shown in black, cream, ecru
and ivory. ah sizes, excellent value
at  $4.75, $5.75 to $750
LADIES' COTTON  DRAWERS,
35c PER  PAIR.
Knee or ankle length drawers In
open or closed styles, fastening a1
side, per pair, 35c or 3 pairs for $100
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