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 NRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   B. C.
[MANY SOCKtYE
APPEAR IN RIVER
{jg Run Seems to Have Begun Yesterday Boats Report Good Catches.
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LITE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
FIVE CENTS PER C
SPfcLL OF DHY WEATHtH
AIDS FARMEKS OF VALLEY
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MATING CORPSE      I DYNAMITE STAYS
WAR LULU ISLAND
Enables  Tem to Get  Hay  Crop  Under
Cover���Grain   Promises   Well
But   Fruit   Short.
The  lasi   few  days oi  drj
have been extremely  w Icome to tm
[farmers.   Many of tbem havi
__, .   .  ���   received from the H"1'- cul and oocked In tbe field*
I       ���.bu nui oui   lasi   evening It beginning of  the  past   week
T ,j - ,,, tbe big sockey�� ��un  been unable to gei  \\  |n ,,,, ,,
��� of tne rain.     Many of th,  '
J     I,   was discharged at 8 the valley took advanta*  ol th    ���
almosi everj   Ush-  few days of dry weathei  to        oul Coi panj  In connection with
. . rputout.   Tbi-siaie  their hay again and get I  safelj   inde,   .:,,   ,-,. ,   brl(jge,   wa    recovered   yes-
I,',.   ild     v    miIi   favorable, and   ''nrv,'r- -   da.   rrom   Hi,   North   Arm   of    the
��� no i a. soon aa the      rhe greater pan of thi . r.-, .    river
,   ide that th-re was now  cut, and   ths farmei Two   men   Charles    Edwards   and
:, ,i,, river.   At mid | waiting tor a fe* dav ol  settled tan  John Ll ton, found in,-corps., floating
Identified as Laborer Who
Fell From Bridge on Dominion Day.
fLAMES AT OSAKA
SALMON FISHERIES VICTORIAS OffER
SEEN AT THEIR BEST
NO SERIOUS RIVALRY
1 ly ol Vngelo Christopher, the
.vis   drowiu-d   off   tb,
Lulu ;       :  bridge on  Dominion day
foi   the   International
But Not Until Greater Part'
Of City Was Destroyed-
Many Dead.
j Steamer  Transfer  Takes   Large  Party
to Stsveston���Hundreds of Fishermen   Viewed  at   Work,
���-  e!   : ���
;.u, |,    nlghi  the majority of the weather to get to work on thai wl ���-,���,. downwai I   and putting oul  In a
���ul mn, and word was ; is still standing,   The crop Is nol  so  boat  recovered It, nol   very  tar from
.,.,,, to   thai    time the  ban as it was at Drat feared ii would the spoi  where the man fell from a
M^ i,,i!   ,. raged up well, many  be.    While pnlj  up to the average In  plan,, when wheeling a barrow of ma-
(j,,. ni..        ' ������ al thai time got as a few oi the best watered pr.rts of tne  terlal to the concrete mixer
sd  fish.    It   is   ex- valley,  It  is  fair almost   iverywhere,
cted thai        average will have ln- and only in a tew places (alls belov.
v.ii-iy  by  ibis   morn- three-quarters of the regular yield
Prospects for the grain croii are ""
Many   Fish   at   Mouth. j|Kirted  a.s  being good   throughout   tbi
Over  a   hundr.-d   persons   took   ad-!
vantage of the  round  trip over  the
0 ika,   _ug.    l���After    raging tor "   ''���   ''*���   u-  and  ll<,w,l    ""��� Fraser
twemy-seven hours, the    Osaka oon- ''ver on    "'"    ,"'u,lvr   Transfer to
Mew ;on \. HH-rdav
Bagratlon was brought to an end at     _-.,,. Transfer arrived ai the latter
8 o'clock    ibi-   morning,      Scattered place about 5 p.m., giving tho visitors
fn     -,!,. being foughi by soldiers hut amP'e time to Bee the oannerlej and
(he greatest    dama*.    b.   Barnes ap- ^h the preparaUoas for toe casUng
|oi tl,, nets at ��i o clock.     Thousands
of fishermen were out as far as eye
Bandheads  and
Beaten at Every Point Visiting Lacrosse Boys Afford
No Sport.
peared  to have been accomplished
An area ol two and a half miles is (could   see  near  the
in smoking ruins.     Thirty thousand away out In the gulf
Body   Positively   Identified.
The bod} was removed to Murchle'a
undertaking   parlors,   where   it
homes hav, been destroyed ami  150
00(1 persona ar, homelesB,
l'he catch of lish was Immense, and
the visitors on the steamer wer
The Victorias cam, up against the
real thing in lacrosse on Saturday,
and the picked Westminster team won
oul bands down In the second of their
games In the Pacific Coast Senior Am.
'���nr  league.    The  tact   that   they  left
I the .-tild with a margin of a dozen
goals alvr netting 19 times does not
represent tbs play, as the redshlrts
could   have   double   as   many   If   they
i had trli d.   The visitors w,-re beaten
u ev.-ry point, and yet the local boys
Bui to,- the fact that Jie gale which I interested In watching the fishermen  LsTn^and'wes. __i ����n '''"
In.il the salmon into the boats. " ''''
fanned   the  flames  died    down  it   is
probable that Osaka would have been
utterly  wiped out.
Firemen    and    soldi,rs    who  have
; rlcs.
Ijeporti
from the traps were to the valley.   Oats in particular are looking
. Ifought the Haines for many hours ar
'   '""s anSes. !��_. '^number of casualties is lmpos-| ���.���-:  > -Y d ,ri��� - :.,.-    , ..,. ,-���,
On the run back it was a great attraction watching the fish being transferred on to the various cannery tug
boats.
The  Transfer    will    make the  run
drigh,
(tf. thai    -     "" v-',,v coming in In-
L,:. n. No estimate is pos.
lil. v il.i-  viiiug as to how many
Kkv\. .Ill   ������ taken In the traps be-
��re they are  next   lifted.    Tb,-  run
lust have <     m_nced late on Friday,
the traps  did   well  on    that    day.
���om Bellingham 65,000 flsh were r��
fcrtedon Bai trday, while Hi.OOO were
Ik.n al Ana ��� '' s.
lOn Saturda) Mr Mess rejiortcd that
Simon were running well Into the
lips and thai he estimated thai ther,
fouid be aboui :'.',,u(Ki in the Otter I valley
bint traji alone, Mr. Todd also re- |
prted a Mg run of sockeye Inio the
fel*
American Poachers Busy.
jComplalnti have been resolved to
j,. eject that poa.iiers irom the
Eierican side have !t*-en stealing hsti
jom the Boundary Hay traps. The
piife nn both sides of the line have
n neiifi- are keeping a sharp
Continued from Page Three.)
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sibl, to estimate and details are mea-! 'ns  the _. C. E. R.  wharf
p.m..
rhe only trouble is that the rains ol
last week have had the effect of reaklng down the stalks in sev ral parts
of the valley,    in some llstrlctg neai
,.  ���        _, '  "���   ���c    -~     iiNnece-sHHl-v        II    !,'i-    I,e_n    r_,Vltv.lv    ""Jl,   IO   1-suiu.u.   anil   il'-inn!   are   "'ea
well.     Almost  everywhere  the bead*      ,; >��*��� ���      . ��� '  P"��� ���'     ���> ;ger owlng U) lhe or,pp,ed condition o. : returning to the city about 7:80 P-m.
"     '������'"   *' [   '  ' ��� ' '  'I       YY  \ v V ..'  ,   ���  .means of communication. !��o that -very one will  have the op-
brother who resides in Nev. Westmin- ��� portunltj of seeing the great salmon
Cra"d w,th Gnef- I fishing in  the    Fraser,  a sight  that
u, deceased waa 35 years of age,     Crazed with grief at the ruin of Osa- cannot  be duplicated  In any part of
,and   leaves  a  Wife  and   four children   ka    '_ama.ia   owner  of    the    hosiery I th,  world
Mission  acres of oats have been flat-   ,:
tened out in this way.
Tlie prospect for the frun crop is
not so good. Late f"'st did consider.
abie damage In some districts, while
tent caterpillars have proved very d--
striictiv,   in   the  upper  pari  o;   tne
He had only worked for u.iii where the fire started, committed
i- contract company two we.-ks prior su|f;d(_ eariv  today,
to Uu- accident.
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NOT  CAUGHT   YET.
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THIRTEEN DIE IN
RAILWAY SMASH
No Trace  of Man  Who  Held  Up  Fair-
view.  Vancouv.r,  Bank.
At time of going to press, the man
who  held   up  th.   Bridge  street   Van
Temporary morgues have been es-
|ta_-ished by the soldiers and many
bodies, unrecognizably blackened,
'have been brought In. It is believed
that several foreigners are among the
dead, but no Identification can he
made.
In  many    cases, crazed    and  griel
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FEW WEEKS WILL BRING
FOOTBALL INTO SEASON
IKAT- REACH
From Bad Wreck in the Cour d'
A|ene.
TODAY
yesterday the police both in this city
and In Vancouver kept a close watch
upon (he _. C. E. R. Co.'s Interurban
I cars, the C.  P.  R. and the G.  N   R.
I but   nor one suspicious character an-
And   More  Fatalities  May  Yet   Result  swering tlie description of lhe holdup
man werc. observed and the police are
of the opinion that he is still in Vancouver. It is expected that he will
be captured within the next few
hours.
The man was evidently an amateur
at his work. He was extremely nervous, so nervous, in fac;. that in getting away he dropped one bundle of
the bills to which J. W. Logan,
manager of the bank, hande-i over to
him. Unfortunately the bundle
which he dropped was composed ot
ones, and was wortli only $12. Tlie
robber got away with J--1S in all.
*>n,<    iieju    uy    ill,    oriUKe    sneri     ��nn .   .   ,                                                                     _,   .
couver branch of tlie Royal Bank of ftrcken men aim women piunged Into
Canada was still at large. All day the seething hot wa-.e,-s of the canal
 ���.. ,,,    .',.      ,_,,,,,  ,_  ...    ���,.,. and   w.-re    literally    lioiled  to death.
ly lioiled to
Other bodies were found In small
j/arks, to which many fled hoping to
be safe from the flames.
Fear Epidemic,
Although the number of dead is as
yet  unknown,  preparations  are being I
Tlie annual meeting of    the  Westminster Rovers' Football Club will be
held this wek, tlie exact date not hav-
imade to prevent "the outbreak of an  lnS i'^i been fixed.     lt is necessary
Westlminster Rovers Will  Have Good
Team���Club Still Harassed by
Financial   Troubles.
City's Industries.
Spokane,  Aug.  1.���Western electric
passenger   train   No.   t'h     west-bound
from Coeur d'Alene,  Idaho, crammed
lio  the   guards   with   landseekers   who
iaad   reglstred   at   Ooeur   d'Alene   for
��� reservation   tracts,   returning   to   Si>o-
-Osunguisned Civic Visitors k,uic iui'' the Pacific coast, crashed.
...... beadon into train No. 5 eastbound, at
IVlli   bee   Something.      Of jCaldwell,    a    whistling    station,  tour
" miles   west  of  Coeur  d'Alene,  Idaho,
yesterday.   Thirteen   passengers'   lives
were  lost  and about     sixty   have  al-
' ready   been   taken  from  the  ruins  Of
... 'the  passenger coaches    seriously   in-
��� w-niian Jardine met the delegates 'jurtd. Since July la. all Coeur
tlie seiBloas of the Canadian d'Alene trains on th. Spokane A: In-
"un ol Municipalities held in Medi- land Empire Electric Hn. have been
i-ti.it and Calgary u|>on their ar- crowded by landseekers. leaving no
,i| in Vancouver on Saturday eve. standing room.
* Trains Loaded to Guards.
The  Delegates. |     The   scenes  at   the   wreck   were  al-
owing arrived on the car most indescribable,     The trains were
crammed  with  landseekers,  and it is
payor and  Mayoress  Hopewell, Ot-  gaid   Were  running   at   a   high   rale  ot
. ex-Mayor W. D. -Light-all.K.C.,  speed.       Tin      cars   are     a   mass   of
���' '   ny treasurer    U.   C.   M.,  kindling   wood   and   te���   dead   bodies
uis.   .iKlitiiaU. Montreal;   Mayor  have   already   been     takea   from   the
A.Cblshol_,  K.C.,  Halifax.  N.  S.;   wreckage.     '
A huiTy call was sent U) the city
for all the physicianr and assistance
available and the doctors were taken
to the scene ln an automobile With
bandage, and supplies.
The people of l.a Crosse are opening
tbelr homes to the injured and ambulances  from  the city  are bringing
 i ���������    Cominls- ;the bodies of the dead in.     All of the
. . '���'      !   Sask.; W. C. McNal). I ambulances    that    could   be secured
|ones 'oi  Government  Rural  Tele-|Were sent to the scene and -ire in ser-
,      - via;   City  Clerk  J.   Kelso'vie,   hauling   passengers   and   injured
a:;',',"1-    Hunter,  Regina;   Q. to Iho city.
u   a Msiant  Secretary   1'.  C. |    The forward cars of both trains are
11   Bragg, Assessor, Si. L complete wreck and in the terrific
���vi Managing aiditor compact    were   telescoped,   crushing
clpai Journal." |and grinding the  mass of humanity
into horrible shapes, man, sustaining
broken llirbs and other Injuries, and
there Is not a car '" the two trains
lun what shows the effect of tbe terrific force of he oolllslon,
Two of the killed are not >, ; Identified,
Stockholm. Sweden,   Aug.   l.���Forty
|T..H
la-tawa;
;W McCeady, city Clerk, Frederic-
.,;. ��� ;���'!'";'.- Cooper*, Frederlcton.
YY"- Bovine, Ont.; Aid   J'.
Derbyshire, Brookvllle, Out.;   May
���av.    , Deschamps,   Uchlne,  Que.;
For Hopkins Baskatoon, Sask.; De-
r   ��W    Alexander,   Saskatoon;
I / s'e^ly,  London, om.;  J.  M.
Municipal
epidemic. It is feared that as soon
as the fires have died out stench from
th_ bodies of men and animals in tlie
ruins may stop the work of caring for
the injured who are thronging military hospitals, and therefore an urgent call for disinfectants has been
sen. out.
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to meet this week, as a delegate has
to be appointed tu lhe first meeting
of tlie executive of the Vancouver Dis.
trier, league, which has been called
lor Monday.
There is likely to be considerable
change in the personnel of lhe off-
CialS) Although the season was a
good one so far as  the games went
it was financially a loss, and the com-
The keel for the first ship for Spain's mlttee to be elected will have to face
new  navy was  laid  by  King Alfonso a deficit.      Thin was not due uo any
recently.  I foolish    extravagances,    but    to   the
small gates, and the sums which had
to he paid out for the running expenses of the club.
The number of games necessary in
a       W 'ID        I* _���'Vancouver    as    compared    with   i'h*?
Ill imperial JT arliaTnetIt visits of Vancouver teams here, means
* a considerable drain on the finances,
  and the league committee being in an
1.���Cabling      from  days,  which    .means    lightning.-speed'overwhelming    majority    against  the
The Best  Men.
The Capita] team had Harry .McArthur ou the home, and one or two old
Westminster boys in Hancock and
Julian. Julian was the best man on
the field for them, Leo Sweeney at.
centre being the only other player
who showed up at all.
The defence was weak and ineffective, and could not hold the local-
home down in any shape; they shot
and scored as they pleased. Meredich
did well In goal, stopping several good
,-fforts of Bert Henry and Purdy.
The absence of Buck Marshall and
Lund was noticeable, but the substitutes could do all that was wanted of
them in .uch a on, sided match. Muna
did not show up as well as usual, but
the other members of the defence kept
tlie Capitals out, Patchell and Bert
Oalbralth both putting in useful work.
The Westminster home did not shoot
as quick as customary, In fact the
whole team played with the knowledge they had a soft thing, and
would take a rest. Victoria will have
to go some and strengthen up, particularly to train, for they are badly out.
of condition before the return gamo
in the end of this  month.
A   Runaway Victory.
ln   the  first  Westminster  scored  3
(Continued on Page Seven j.
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SPANISH CRISIS
PASSES ACUTE STAGE
Titanic Battle Raging
Royal Troops Control Insurgents���Situation in Morocco
ls Serious.
Chicago, Aug.
London, T. P. O'Connor says: "The
exhausted officers have had to call a
truce in the stupendous fight on ihe
budget. Right Hon. R. B. Haldane,
secretary of state for war, the toughest fighter on the Liberal side, with
a  body as  ponderous  as  an  elephant
Madrid,    August    1.���The    Government's silence as to the situation at
compared   to the  previous slow  pro- j delegate of the club will not assist to Barcelona  is  still  unbroken,  and  no
gress. lighten the burden statement is vouchsafed  giving    any
M.��_���   Enthusiastic It will  be a matter for tlie annual adequate Idea of the bloody incidents
Masses  Enthusiastic. meeting to  decide  whether they  will  attending  the uprising  of  the  rebels.
Meantime the budget, while alarm-1       wo te_mg       Qne ,.. ^        The summary of the situation shows
undoubtedly is ; probably on,y one ^    be ...... o[_ ac. that the conditions at Barcelona are
nnd a skin as thick as a rhinoceros, ism in village8 has become almost I J�� ,1* ,' f'Hf", *
came to the rescue of David Lloyd- ��� violenl a uas8;on among the Bng. ��* hS_^_��_d__
Oeorge.   chancellor   of the   exchequer,  ,isn masg,.s    as formerly    among the | *  | ���ve,L JIJr���
toward  the end of  the  fight  and  al
lowed   Lloyd-George   to     snatch   two
Vrran
I   i ,.
f'i'of the c  p
At  Inland  Cities.
were mad, by Mr.
Western Traffic Man-
It., whereby th, pari
ing in some quarters
arousing-enthusiasm among the |^��-!^rof the'.x^nse7JhoTghUthe_" are e^atly   Improved,  and   the   belief  is
es.     Hatred of the great landlords for easily enough plave     to carry two ....   prevalent here that tomorrow all will
xactlons    on town tenants and des-1... ^ dt.   and ^     a ^   ' d  be over.    No  Information  as  to the
The senior team I number   of   .evolutionists  court-mar-
inges from last year, tialed and sentenced has reached Ma-
,but' will be strengthened by some new dri(I-     Already the work of clearing
Irishmen. |men  t0 be give..   ft trvo,lt.     A new-awaj- th-e evidence of the revolution
The government, too, is reinforcing ; goalkeeper   will   be   required,    unless  at Barcelona has begun, and the var-
hours   sleep in tiv small hours of one   ^ torceg fay  maklng gevere ru]es ct\fmk ^ goeg ba_k 'lhel.e    Waddy  ioUs industries will, according to these
closure  and  Increasing  the  power  of  Hobvrtsoj is expected to line up with Ireports,   resume   operations   at   once.
th, chairman to curtail debate. What-  (|le forwards. | Throughout Catalonia the situation is
ever differences, personal and private,  J (0)  j decidedly   calmer,   and   reports   from
exist  among  ihe  ministers,  have  had VANCOUVER  PLAYER  ILL. other parts of the country bring news
to be  healed up  in  the    presence of ^_^_ lof  a  slniiliar  improvement  of  condi-
such a gigantic fight,    and altogether ,Con Jones Accompanies "Bones" Allen |tions.
the  Uuual  partv is consolidated  by M     <-���.:__. In Morocco.
ferocity of the   >ppo3itlon and ny j t0 not ��Pnn9s- At  Melilla  the  Moors  are  actively
presence of common danger. Word   was  received   from  Harrison ' preparing   for  a  new   attack   on   the
Lloyd-George's    po.iiion.   therefore.'Hot   Springs   yesterday   to   the  effect|Spanish position, but General  Marina
i   main    ins' Improved    -ince  last    week and  that Presid.av Con. Jones of the Van-1has  heen   instructed  as   soon   as  the
morning   when  lie   returns    after a  weeks  or Oliver Lacross Club is at present Bo-|big army  is concentrated, to assume.
terrible  morning.
Terrific Battle.
Never since the days when Parneil ;i
small group op posed with buckshot
Korster's coercion bill, has such a
fight been seen in parliament. The
battle on the whole, though fiercer
and more prolonged than anticipated,
is going well for Lloyd-Oedrge, Balfour, in spite of his natural fragility,
sets an example for tenacit;
ing  up till 2 o'clock   every
the
the
'"I trip through the
,    ,.'    .' v 'vers at Banff, LaY
..V, Horse   Pass   and   at
r H'".- were mei by Mayor
" *    Blven    a    drive round
-  environs,  a  surprise
���'"(lllla;
'i'> and
Pr whicl]
���' :,|1 were grateful
thousand workers in the paper, woollen, cotton and allied industries struck
al   Kamloops   by  yesterday.       The  Iron     workers   will
I,'":  l:" !|"s"n and continued on to strike next week and a c.rcular issued
����� ,';:...:LJ."1.. ��f
Canada   which  to  the   trades  unions  tbroughont   the
save Mr, Bragg, city calls for a general strike on Aula  special    repre- I mist   4.
'" ll1"1 Been befor
ln�� Mas  n,,,   u
Fntiiiiv, ,,-,,''' a8 Specltt|   rep.e-1-Ust	
Petimeth    ' l,-_ CnnwIlBn   Union   at   =======
|The ,,,,,,e      ��: Unl0n was formtti.  there  thy   will    go  hv  the   steamer
'h��f.��� il',''   ���'nn  ,"s ,hls cHv today,, Transfer  to the Fraser  River Mills,
Fn..V. ���   '' en,prtalned- i returning ln   time  for    lunch  at   the
Par   vwh,Tent  Here' R,,S8e11 hotel
ll ywill  he received by Act
I Th,
f. M
R Mav,,, i���,:,,    "e rece|ved by Act-1    It  is  not thought pobahle that   the
Ntal ,, ,vi, Le ,upon arrlval of the  visitors wlll be able to remain much
'   "inch leaves the Vancou-  longer in the citv, as they leave  for
%t8 oclock and taken  victoria  on   Tuesday    and   the  Van-
.  ��ie St
lY.'iiati
���Mlltl;
go cannery, to see the'couver municipal authorities are anx-
oi Ush In operation. From Uous also to entertain them.
"reet Car Strike Threatens
To Tie Up Chicago
| Chi,
.rik_
ign
tig- 1���A street railway   fCr en increased wage scale, the de-
'sger than anything Chicago  mands that the railway refused to ao-
���' witnessed, an,i hlnckin.  the  cede to consisted principally of a re-
two    weeks'    vacation    bis    immense  journing   "at  Uiat  health    resort and j the offensive, marcli out of Melilla and
that with hlm ae had Allen, surnamed 'strike a decisive blow.    The  work of
and   lending   his   fores   with   extrao.
dinary  resources and adroitness, | power of rapid  recuperation and  Hon
A sign of exhaustion In Tory ranks   hearted   courage  and   adroitness   may    Hom s
are   tile   tWO     clauses   passed     1.1   two'pull   him   through,
Club.
of the Vancouvei- Lacrosse
reinforcing   Melilla
War   Department.
is  occupying   the
Scores  of   young
HEM GUARD PLACED
AT RICH MAN'S HOME
RAILWAY ZONE DISPUTE
ARISES IN MANCHURIA
Presidni' Jones, it should be under- men, sons of the most prominent fam-
stood, is not bent upon laving himself ilies have reported to the department
jin the health-giving waters of the and offered their service in orgatising
iSprings.     lt ls for the sake of Bones ja regiment  similiar to  the  American
Plot to Loot Magnificent Country Es-   Russia Will Not Recognize Joint Note
tate of Thomas F. Walsh Near
Denver Discovsred.
Denver, Colo., Aug. 1.���A half dozen
deputy  sheriffs  from  Arapahoe  coun-
of Powers���Shops Were Closed
Temporarily.
Pekln,   August   1.���M.   Korostovetz,
the    Russian Minister at  Pekln, has
,, , ,   , i     rw>��� _��.-'S'ven out  a  statement   to   the   effect
ty, aud  two members of  ihe Denver g^   Rug8la  ^   ^   recogn!s<.   the
detective force, stood guard at Woi
hurst, the magnificent country home
and estate of Thomas F. Walsh, fifteen miles frop' Denver, ln Arapahoe
county, all last night, to present the
place from being looted, as Information received by the local police department indicated lt would be. A
strong guard Is again on duty tonight
and will be kept there indefinitely
principle contained in the notes of
Great Britain, Germany, America
and Austria, making objection to the
Russo-Chtnese preliminary and other
agreements for the sdmli-tratlon ot
the Manchurian Railway Zone. Russia suddenly reopened the Harbin aud
Manchurian Railway Zone questions
on July 27th by the reimposltlon of
taxes.    As a protest against this ac-
Allen that he is there. The speody
home player of the Vancouver team
has, it is stated, undergone a general
break down, and on the s_vlce of the
trainer of tlie team, President Jones
has taken hlm to the springs to try
and get him into shape for the game
next Saturday.
Allen is reiiorted to bo In pretty
bad shape, md It' is feared that he
may not be able to take the Held f��r
the game.
Rough-riders in the Cuban Campaign.
 to)	
Asks King to Open Winnipeg  Fair.
Winnipeg, August 1.���Lord Grey.
Governor-General of Canada, who
will arrive here this afternoon, will
be asked to request the King to open
the Selkirk Centennial Exposition
here in 1912. In the event of the
refusal of His Majesty, Winnipeg
will be satisfied If the Prince of Wales
will officiate.
rliiM.i ���""*��� iln(1 blocking the
ls of even-  surface    11m    in  r���. (',,<?Bt of a PaiSe from 27 cents an noui
line In   t-H' ,-   kn  ,,__,.._.   ������   h������.     mi...  company
now get-
,,, j ���-���    . "".,-    nv.ni-r   Kiij.es   man   are   ptl'd
1 '"������>���- anv to viJrf?* .,,CI ,y Ha"; ���y C,,V onnt of the Rocky Mountains..
' lJ \,im to the demand all<i that they shouM ^ satjstled. the Eugenia Falls on the Beaver river
���  ���'*,)   -unace    nn.  in  tie       ��������--_ ...,���, *, ^-....
���'���  s threatened  i,v tv.   i_.- .  to M cents an hour.    The
'" ���"���>"" Sid! union - rs ��    ,VI,llfd  "���� the  men  were
The plot to rob the Walsh country , t-ion all the Bhops in the district,
hom,. was disclosed in a note found I both Russian and Chinese, were
Friday in the heart of Denver's bust-(closed. They were reopened, how-
ness section by a tvoinan, who turned jever, two days later without paying
it  over to Walsh, who    hastened to.taxes.    Official  reports   from  Harbin
Denver   and   reported   the   matter  to
the  police  department,
(o)
today say that the railway company
intends to enforce the taxes.
Russia's    sudden    activity    is    be-
Owen Sound financiers are consld- j j-ewd here to Indicate that St. Peters-
ering   the  advisability of_ harnessing ,burg has sanctioned a comprehensive Ichurch
" Eastern   policy
Vowed Not to Marry,
Priest Commits Suicide
Vienna, Aug.  1.���Joseph   Schenlgi, quarrel that resulted in the murder
parish priest at Holies, Moravia, shot and suicide,	
his   mother   to   death   yesterday   and T���������������^s������g������m
then   killed   ' himself.      The   tragedy + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +
grew out of the fact that the priest's 4
vow,  which  his mother induced him 4
to take, prevented him from marrying 4
one of the  girls  of the parish witn 4
whom he had fallen madly In love. 4
Schenlgi was ordained a priest foi- 4
lowing the    wishes    of    his  parents. 4
When  he fell  ln   love be  wanted  to 4
renounce   his   vows   of   celibacy   and 4
quit the church but his mother plead- +
ed  with him    to remain true to the +
Suddenly she  began  berat- +
Ing  h.r son  and  this  brought on   a $<
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.
MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1909
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR   SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the peop|e know anything about it, he would not sell  any.      You  must tel I the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you. <,-.,e
thing of the value you offer them ip return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  in  business everyone mus' of n cesslty   know  all   about us  aid our
wares.       Use  the   advertising   column s  of  The  Da.ly  News and   keep abreast  of  the  times.
WANTED���GIRL FOR HOl'SKWORl- TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HUtSt,,
Apply Mrs. Temple Cliff, East Bur- with bath. $12 per month. Apply
naby. Mowatt street. 2:Ui Eleventh street.
WANTED���A BICYCLE IN Exchange for a rilie. Apply Room ti,
over Annandale's store, or P. O.
Box 852, city.
WANTED���GOOD STRONG BOY TO
look after poultry and do general
work. Bteady job to right person.
Apply   E.   li.  Cale,  East   Burnaby.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OF
Dickens and Scott, goo 1 condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R4S1.
WANTBD-s-GIRL    TO    WORK
the Royal City Laundry.
AT
WANTED���Giil to assist in house-
<vork. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
WANTED���A DININt- ROOM GIRL
at once. Apply at the Guichon
Hotel.
FOR SALE���OWNER    WIL
lot on Fifth street. $800.
balance    $10    monthly,
citv.
I.    SELL
$23 cash,
Box   ."���"���'',.
FOR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
wagon, democrat, harness; snap
for cash. 3.2 Sherbrooke street.
Sapperton.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
WANTED ��� POSITION      COOKING   R,  f.  PRINCE���AUDITOR AND AC-
and   housework
545, City.
Japan.se.    Box
WANTED ��� TEN CARPENTERS.
Fraser Mills, Anderson & Boddy,
contractors.
countant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Hani-
blv block. P. O. box 795.
LOST.
LOST ��� AT QUEEN'S PARK,
child's gold locket and chain. In:- '
Uals M. F. H.; also contains photo
of two chlldivn. Finder please
leave at this office.
LOST ��� IN ORANGE PARADE,
bunch of keys; finder kindly return
to W. E. Fales' furniture store, corner of Agnes and McKenzie, and
receive reward.
LOST���SQUARE  GOLD  BROOCH
be: with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One  pearl    missing. Please  re
turn to Dally News ofllce.
ARCHITECTS,
IW.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
I    Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  0.  W.  SAIT.  ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
REAL ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suourhan property,
260 Columbia street.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO RENT���2 FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping- Apply
"Daily News,' Office.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. 0. New Westminster.
, HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., RHAL ES-
late and Insurance. Phone 335. 1.6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
'SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B, C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, bam,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R.    J.     McNeil.       Over    T.    Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth itreet
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All  work  guaranteed.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO..
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house winng,
armature wiring, motor repairing.
etc. Bank of Commerce bull,ling,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown trull trees phone 415.
WE   BUY   AND  SELL  FURN1TURH
and all k'ads of new and second- |
hand goods A Speck, near Tram I
offlce. j
PAPER   HANGING  <_  DECORATING.
HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   ROOM
Mouldings,   Burlaps,   and Sanltas;
vise   painting,   kalsominlng,   paper
.living    and     decorating.       Sixth
street.  New  Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
FEED   AND    BREAKING   STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Buckie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
STENOGRAPHY    &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROHM     7,
Gulchon block.      P. 0. Box 094.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy wort, business
lett.-r-. etc. Province offlce, Columbia street.     Phone 62.
ln each monl
ren    cordially    invii
Lodge room, A. ��.
fellows' Mock, I
COURT BRUNETTE,
���Meets the fourth
" L0..
In ik'
month  at    8   o'c
hall. Oddfellows'
���MU
FRATERNAL   ORDl .
A,-rie No. 20 ���Mv,
evening at 8    p tn   .
hall, Columbia strei
eson, W. Pres.;   II. .
tary.
ll
Km*
J Sl :-.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH. FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. V.'indsor  Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and UndertaKer.
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call 81. 	
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pave Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND SURVEYOR.
W.   N.  DRAPER.  B.  C.  LAND  SUR
- rveyor.     EFard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
COOKSLEY'S
PICTURE
POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, j. g. Gamon's'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair,''  Columbia  street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE ��� EDMONDS. HARRIS
ters and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLEK & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler. W.
G. McQuarrie). Solicitors, Barristers, etc.. 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
I Phone 143), and the Vancouver office is at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 40S Hastings Street west.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOl'SE.
Lorn,.- street, W. N. Carty, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket ottice,
Ryall's Drug Store.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
���bia street. Fins-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C-
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
So:icitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postofflce, Box 874;
phone 498. Real estate and Insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
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.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, bu'.lding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Co:umbla street,  New  Westminster.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVEKY
kind of jeb printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TA1-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just ln. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and  Clarkson st
SONS OF SCOTLAND S'EFITu
BOClatlon,   Lord   (,!    : ".
191���Meets on the Hi :
Tuesday of every mo ��� K oif
hall.      Chief, w, Sv
10ARD   OF    TRADE���NEV.
minster Board of Tr.i I
board  room, City   Hal
Third  Thur.-day    of    ,
quarterly     meeting     o
Thursday of Febrnav
and November, at _ p.m
meetings on the third Thn
February.     New   mem     -
proposed and elected at ao
ly  or    quarterly     meel
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
ltkt%
���-'.-
ei
m
Aat'ai
rs is; ol
may it
v mono.
C. _
O. O. F.���ROYAL CITY LODGE
No. 3���Meets ln Oddfellow. __j,
Columbia Btreet, every Friday even
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting bretlirsj
will be made welcome G K. Glilej,
N. G.; C. E Osborne, I' G, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL S0CIET1H
Include the Union Lodp-, No. 9, i
F. and A. M.. King Bolomon Loup,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M . L 0. It
No. 1150; L. O. L.. No 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683. I 0 P.; C. U.
F. Court Westminster, No. JM;
Brotherhood  of Owls,  Nesi No Tl.
TENDERS.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &    CAFE I
Tickets,   21   meals   for   $4.       Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Orlen- I
tai labor employed.     Open day and J
night     Opposite tram offlce.
WOODWORKING.
.WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fillings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Work.: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, Phone
473.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE. NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Colum-
bla street, every Monday evening
at S o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprle- grand. W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
tress).     Four courses, consisting of j
soup,   flsh,   boiled   entree  or   roast, ! A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO   3
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk,   j    ���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tues-
I Sealed tenders wil] b��� received oy
ithe undersigned up t., noon on tai
[second day of August f ir the purc.is.
|of a quantity of timber on t._a Indian
I Reserve  at    CampUv    Rirer.   This
timber consisting of or,,, million ieet
more or less, has been (e';k-d stud cu'
I into lengths r*ady to besl _ tew u��
jin the block are still sUaito..
I    The tenders will state the price I*'
! thousand feet board measur. ace0"1'
ing to the official scale of IMUs. Co-
j lumbla, which will be pals in casa
. for the timber as it Is at .resent oa
the ground. The timber must be ��
! moved before the thirty-first day ol
; March, 1910.
The  lowest or any  tender not a*
:Oe_sarily accepted.
By authority of the Departmant��
Indian Affairs
W. M. HALLIKW.
Indian Asen:,
; Alert Bay, B, &
WE  ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how It Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than it Is to purchase the poorer kind. We can point to
buildings buUt with our materials that never need repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
YORKSHIRE TYKES
Will VISIT COAST
Are Representatives of British Chamber of Commerce
On Way to Sydney.
MUTlBN, VEAL PORK
Fresh Pork   Sausages dally.
Best  of  Farmer's  Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
New   York, Aug.  1.���Six  Yorkshire
Tykes, on a round-the-world tour,
'landed In New York from the White
,Star steamship Arabic, from Liverpool
They represent different branche.. of
rthe British Chamber of Commerce, and
decldvd, aB they were going to Sydney  Said Corpse Would Be Found at Canal
,New  South Wales, to attend the sev
The round the world delegates Will
remain ln New York for two days to
see some of the sights, and will then
go up the Hudson to Albany. They
will afterward visit, Montreal, the
Thousand Islands. Toronto, Niagara
Falls, Winnipeg, th-e Canadian Rockies
and Vancouver. On their way across
the Pacific they will stop at Honolulu
and Fiji, ftiry will leave the Australian '.'Giumon*. .alth early In No-
vembe. anj s|ij travel home via Colombo India nu,' Egypt. They expect to get lari: on__ some time in
February.
 (o) .
CLAIRVOYANT ASSISTS
RECOVERY OF BOY'S BODY
jemh convention of the Imperial Cham.
,bers of Commerce, that they might
as  w-ell f0 out  one way and return
,the   other.     The   Yorkshireinen   have
|wlth them one man from Westmoreland.    The towns the delegates rvpre-
Bottom���Companions  Murdered
Unfortunate   Lad.
Trenton, N. J��� Aug. 1.���Th. mystic
Phone 192
HcMENEM. _ ANDERSON      Columbia St
sent all textile manufacturing een- 'revelations made by a clalrvovant
Ures. The Westmoreland delegate while In a tranoe led to the discovery
.hails from Kendal, where in 1337 the^f the body of James Crvne six years
Fleming"*, settled and soon made the old, at the bottom of the Delaware
place noted for its manufactures of and Rariton canal, and to the appre-
Woolleu-s and "Kendal-Green' buck .hvmsion of several of the lad's com-
ram. The other "North Country-men" [panlons charged with having thrown
are from Wakefield, Leeds, Ossett andjhim to his death.
jTeadon. Th0 party consists of James Only the persistent declarations of
Fitton. J. H. Ives, G. H. Battinson. A. !th* medium that she knew that the
C.  Pattlnson, Jonathan  Peate, James body was to be found    in the canal
FOR 5ALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
CANADA HAS AS YET
ONLY SCRATCHED SURFACE
British Financiers Express Confidence
In Futur* of the Dominion���Attraction's for Investors.
London, Aug. 1.���Replying to the
statement that the British Empire
Trust devoted its efforts too much to
Canada, R. M. Horn. Payne, presiding
at a meeting of that body, sail that
up to the present Canada offered hf
far the greatest attractions to Inves
tors of any part of the world. "Canada," h�� said, "has not y_t really begun to exploit her natural wealth. So
far she has done little more than
scratch the surface overlying sound
Canadian enterprise-, as distinct from
from loans." The speaker advocate-
more travel about the Empire, as then
there would be less nonsense written
and talked.
Continuing, Mr. Payne said that,
unless something most unforeseen occurred, Canada would have a wonderful record crop this year, and h_ ventured the prophecy that Its value
would exceed ��100,000,000. Companies with which the trust was connected were propering exceedingly,
and he did not regret the larg, earn
of money which was being invested
tn Canada.
Booth and D. Brachwalte.
| The two questions that win receive
ithe most attention at the conference,
(which opens on September 13, are imperial   defence and  fiscal   reform.   J.
impelled tbe authorities to continue
the search. Day and night for a
week the canal had been dragged. In
the searching party was Jas. Cryne,
lather of the dead boy.     Tbs father
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Booth said this morning, In a broad,was present when the dragging party-
West Riding dialect, which is deliver- found the remains tightly wedged in
ed In a slow deliberate manner: "Ah'U the canal grass. Then came the as-
have nowt ter do with protection, founding confession of Walter Hen-
Ah'm er free trader, but niah cham- |dershot, who had been a chum of the
ber is for reclprocl'v When ah was j Cryne lad. He told the police that
Instructed to vot. for the glve-and- icompanions of young Cryne had
take policy, ah consented fer to do thrown him into the water and then
so, provided that ah would be allowed j allowed him to drown.
afterwards ter speak mah own mind." Following the story' told by young
It is erpected that there will be a-Hendershot the police arrested ten
rumpusi when the question of protec- young boys ranging In age from 10 to
tion comes up for discussion. Most 13 years. It is alleged that the hoys
of the English chamb_rs of commerce cherished their awful secret In dread
are for a tariff with colonial prefer- of the consequences that they felt
ence, while some of England's over- would attend a full confession of the
.��ea possessions would put an Imjxist part they had played in the drowning
on goods from the Mother Country,    of their playmate.
Af��ni-.cfDr.re am. Demure tn AB Kmm' mt
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Dooth
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc
F��h and Fruit Boxes.
Lwge Stock Plain and Fancy Glaw.
FARMEI_5^TTENTION I
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New vVestmimter MONDAY. AUGUST 2. 1*09^
SuMUBHT
TIIE DAIL. KEW8
__c��_
HALF THE TOIL
of household work is tnkcn
away when . unll_.ht Soap is
brought Into the home.
I ,,r thoroughly cleansing
floors, metal-work, walls
end woodwork, Sunlight
Is tlu; most economical both
In tlms an,l fnoneJ'- '�����
"veil  of-love''   wlifcH   exercised
iriM-istibie attraction on    India
;., iv,,lis,  cost   $2      But   the      ���
���s::,i,. weapon in the sorcerer ���
was the skin of an  Infant
wi::,  magics]  characters   wh ���
able to prolong "Hfe in leflnl
cost only $-".   Ftor $:, client.
Talazacs  night obtain  th,.  bea : ���
black cat which for Ore da
on  human flesh.    This slnlstei
man  conferred     dominion     I
lesser  powem of darkness,     l
cused received a large ma- i oi fn
pondi nee  and  their  custom,
hav,- been very numerous,    i...
prisoner  admitted   that    thi
water'1 was ordinary w:tt  ���   ,,.      ,, .
a  flre  made  with  olive  wood.    11
wolves' teeth  be  procun ,i  : i
Tans /.<���,    The examlnatli
sxtraordl���g cas,- Is still  p	
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PAGE THR KB.
Cl
SCORES
CRITIC Of BIBLE
Minister Denounces
rW ho Stated Parts
. i ii tti Read.
Many Sockeye
Appear in River
(HBOMMCEBS STILL
DRIVE FLOURISHING TRADE rssSSS""Sal"
lookoul for the offend r
the.   will be severe!) v
'i be daily report    ol
nl,,
Parisian   Ponce   Discover   That   Black
Art  Thrives   in   France���Black
Cats and  Human  Flesh.
. I
fn
20      from
l. -The   world   still
lant. ���        dec Ived, but it  is dlffi-
tbere are any peo.
J* . childish    credulity
laii mei   of  persons such
M. ami   Mmi      Iv.izac,   who   are
king tried        '��������� Paris courts. They
i; , "professors   of   hyp.
��������-..��� ���',   sorc.ry   and  other
fccult sciences."    The  couple
i Id   talismans    and
OaniPlizeil water,'' which was credit-
��111 rei       ibli   properties.  They
��rted that the sprinkling of a few
Drops of i- on  a   Friday  night   while
|>, inured   certain     invo-
ooi was ci  '.iin to be followed by
on-, s   wishes,    a
fn. - ��� illng tho  possessor
find hidden treasure  was  sold for
l-i. and fom ounces  of  perspiration
(mm thi :   man  who  hanged
Ilmse: irgt sal.  *o
Vancou \vr���Avian,
boats,
St. Mi-'igi, \v, rag
boats.
Etwens-   Avers -
Phoenix   Averagi
bonis.
Bcottlsh Canadian-  Avi ra
40 boats.
Imperial���Av*rag,       0
r,���.its.
Dea��   Island���Avwragi   .
boats.
British  America���Avi i
70 boats.
Steveston���Average   31    fron
boats.
:      'lb,    R  I
i	
night   several}
Votan   ol  the
Icago,   who   :, centi,.
Blbl     ���      unfl   toi
and    b   . taken
H   com
v with a i     ���   >> ,v
id 1     ���.!.,,:
1 ind capi   and  tree
������V    i    ordei   ibai
p ca   Ion.
-  o cas s
i viid  be
said th
R' M ��� 1,, ���  Bibb   is I
....
.   li a man Is o ���  ol
m leads to    ii
...   v,, ago    bs    any-
pl i  th,   Bible,
...  It?
Cannot Replace Bible.
... out ,,i  t iii   Sundaj
I md what will  you put  in  lii
;... win  you    i, ,i,:.  arithmetic,
��� ������������ Iting '     The universi
ties i ���. ���;��� n. Instead of uplift
from    x"  Ini .in      It  Ig bard to belli vi
tha     hen   Is a universltj   rlghl  here
from     ',  In i o       al    permits a  man  '<��
in.iv  i in ii utteranci b as those made
30  rrom  by Proi ssor Votaw,     What has done
nior_   tn uplift   the  nation   than   tins
15 ivei .. whlch has been so gros ly
Insulted. Instead of looking tor the
good and beautiful this man looks onlj
for thi bad and vile, lf you look for
bad or Indecent, you wlll find ii any-
where,      if  you   look   for  good   you
In,in   ne
r. ports
Tlie  Terra    .Nova    Cannery
_bo j tbe loss of half of a 8-20 45 mesh oth d
fatal'11--"'   net,  license No.  G.   II.   1914    ofl
Point Grey; also half of r in i 5 10 15
mesh oiled; quarter nel 5-20 15 mi h wil] And it. or if you look tor evi] you
ollod; second year net; some corks will tin I It. Ii you ar- looking for
marked   Harada  In  Japan.se,  license contradictions you  will find apparent
N'o. S. II.  1853,
off point Grey,
���K,|-
Curfew   for   Darkies.
Moi,ile.   Ala,     Aug,    1.���The police
commissioners   today    established     a
curfew law for negroes, Commencing
tonight all negroes must  he at home
produc-  magical   or in  bed  al   10  p.m.      Anv of them
ind ci    I bi had  for $r..    A | caught  wandering at  large after that
oil's tooth,    which    preserved    ihe   hour will l>e locked up.      This act-On
Ier,   only   cost   $1;   is du_ to the unusual number of rob-
lr nails from the  coffin of a still-   berios in  which   negroes    hav...  been
child     Id be had for $15. The concerned,
contradictions in the Bible. li you
are looking for a Bible In a saloon
then you will not find It, because no
on.- there wains to read it.'
 (oi	
Oldest  Priest Dsad.
Berlin, Aug- 1.���Dean Machorskl,
the oldest Catholic priest In the world.
died at Thorn, a town of Pruss.a, He
was 102 years old.
Detlo von l.iliencion, the poel and
playwright, is dead. He was 0.", years
old.'
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PlSNmWM.. SMITHY COAL
BANFFIVM .CITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYER8
BuccMsor to
Mayers _. Preston
Office, Front  St.,  Foot of Sixth.
P. 0. Box 34_. Phone 105.
irobably   drew  ��ne of
B��e   numbers In    a   sack of
andard Flour.
Ig 73137    61H8
.68273    56543
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'������ you are entitled to
< hlna     ilinne..   set.
' "Hill     from   th,.   dupll-
' v coupons placed  m
Of     Royal   Standard
-   leaving    our     mills,   we
<lr,,w tl ,,  numbers.      If you  aiv
' "''��� ''tiough  to secure one
you  are entitled  to a
dinner    set    free    of    charge.
here have been many winners.
1 -     be    your    turn   now.
V"':'ii this paper every  month.
Royal    Standard  is  the   best
^n i purest noUr on the market
���'"Sio.n Canada today,    Ke-
"Mi>��b,.r  Royal    Standard   ls a
'"!   Hour���not  merely  ditfer-
Cnt, but better.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
BMI- CO., ltd.
SPRING     LAMB,    CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THH
Central Meat Market
.iiruer Eight- Si. and    .Ifth Arenas
PHON.   ira.
BOWELL A  OODr. Proonat-ra
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
6. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill   University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of  New Westminster.
OFFICE:
FIRE   HALL   No.   1
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL    $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and In London, Eng
land. New York, Chicago and Bpokane,
'_. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
lanUing business transacted. Let-
���ers of Credit Issued, available with
���orrespondents In all pans of the
vorld.
Savings Rank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward.
md Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
tiinuiu  (present rate).
,.>t,V   M-sets  over $168,000,000.00.
~C_   WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
^���mmmmmmmmmmmme
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up $ 4,700.000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
In  and  out of  town  accounts  solicited.
8AVING8 BANK DEPARTMENT
Scaled tenders addressed to 'lie undersigned and endorsed "Tender for
Customs and Inland Revenue, Fittings,
Puhlic Building. Penile, 1!. C," wlll
be n-ceived until .", p.m., on Monday.
August 2:!, 1909, for the work mentioned.
Tenders will not be considered unless made uiKm. and in accordance
with conditions contained in forms
furnished by Depart ment.
Plans and specification to be ��*n
OH application to Mr. R. Kerr, Clerk
of Works, Fernie. B. C, and at the
Department of Public Works, Ottawa.
Each tender must be accompanied
by an accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honorable the Minister of Public
Works, equal to ten pvr cent, (10 pel
of the amount of the tender.
Bv order.
NAPOLEON TESSIER.
Secretary.
Department of Public Works, Ottawa. Julv 27, 1909. 	
RHEUMATISM
T want ei
swai   all
pi.ishr-.
hrontc rheumatic to throw
I, vis. nil iii,iiiii-nls, nil
c y, I N'VuNS ItliKl'M..
VlSM i_E__6- a trial. No mutter what
T,,iir doctor m.ny sny, no mutter what
your friends may say, no matter how
prejudiced von iviv be an,inst all a,lv,-r-
Bied remedies, go at once to ?,''.;���.'"?���
(Isl ami get a bottle of Hip HITI-.IM.-
TISM i:i:mi:1'V If li fails to (rive sntls.
action,! will refund yonr money.- Mnnyon
Remember thi-, remedy contains no ssl-
Irvll,- in-ill. no opium cocaine, morphine ���r
other harmful an ��. it li put ap under
the Kiiarimtoe of tbe Pure Pood and Drug
I  Act
For sale by nil druggists,    Trice. 25c.
THE
VERY    LATEST   THI*IG
IN
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought nnd sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
New Westminster, B. C. Branch.
F- SHUTE, Manager.
PostCards
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED POLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
SEND ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
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MONDAY. AUGUST 2. 1809.
AMERICA'S  OPPORTUNITY.
N'o g .at nation ��'���'-- ���' :_ so fine an
opportunity as the L'nited States has
ju.t no* .0 L.ring to an end the militarist craze through which th_ world
kas been passing during the paSI
half-century. The intervention o!
France in 1859 led to tru nnlflcatl :.
and indt-nen ienc- of Italy. That was
followei-i by the downfall >,'. '-'-��� Aus
triaa Empire and the con��-olidation
of Uu t.-jv.' (ierman Empire, under '-���
K-adership of Prussia. Sine,. 1870 Russia and Austria-Hungary hav_ been
aggrandizing themselves at th. expense of Turkey, and Great Bri'-ain
and France have >--en drawn into
the militarist sorter, Thej a.-- ail
acting on the maxim, that "the
way to maintain peace ss to be l>Te~
pared  tor war.'
It is widely recogniz ... how. >r.
tha; tbe res] snuggle between the
powers is '.-������: -v..:., _.., one: tbey are
..-., tot '-.-��� privilege
ot supplying a.. '.-- cojntries with
the largest practicable amount of
manufactured goods. The economic
condition of the world is. for all practical | ..-;���. .s. c_er_a:ned by Great
Britain. German/, and Francv in Ear-
Ope, I :��� .'a, an in '���_- East, and hy the
Doited Sta ���; is At_.r:c_. Of '���'������ -
powers tbe .ist nar_e.i is the only one
thitt can, if It chooses to do So, dispense safely with a powerful navy
and a ;_ri^_  standing army.
Everyone of the other '0Ur powers
is carrying a burden of taxation that
is- rapidly becoming intolerable. This
makes Inevitable an otherwise unnecessary enhancement of the cost
of living, and th.-re is a ver. riirect
retadeo between the eosi of living
and the selling price of manufacture!
goods. A people handicapped by militarism is in no condition to compete
in th. world's markets, other things
being equal, with one that is free from
so disadvantageous a necessity, if the
latter chooses to profit by its freedom. Thia Lhe Dnlted State.- has never yet done, and th.reforfc her burden
of taxation is just as much of an Incubus as those of her economic com-
petitors.
The publicists of th- United States
are constantly arguing in favor of a
high tariff to enable American man j.
facture.-s to compete with those f,f
Great Britain. It is a well-known fact
ihat British manufacturers do an fcx-
tensiVc and profitable trade in the
markets of thg l'nited States in spite
of the high customs tax levied on
their goods; what seems to be less
clearly ;>erceived is that if the United
States were to adopt and maintain
such a free-trade policy a_ Great Brit-
ain has practisi-ij for the past two
generations, she would become at
one- a inore formidable competitor
than she has ever yet besn. The cost
of living would rapidly diminish, and
with that the cost of producing manufactured goods. In fact Great Britain
owes to the protectionist policy of the
United States her persistant pre-eminence as an exporlng nation.
If Congress and the President
could be brought to co-o;>erate in a
bona fide effort to revise th,. tariff
downward part of the handicap would
be removed, and European exporters
would have to face keener competition. The indirect effect would be to
make the cost of militarism more un-
���"M-arable. and thus hasten its extinction. No head of a great nation ever
before had It in his power to work
so effectively for tbe advantage of
his own country and the peace of the
world as President Taft could do just
now if he were inclined to us.- his
postion to secure a substantial reduction o fthe United States tariff.���
Ttirono  Globe.
ern   tbem.      if _   a  t - it  net
cum_t to Don Carlos himself, ar, ;
��     repudiated it with all tbe
l   Dl  ���ptuous    scorn    that    more Bd-
:.   -ive  to  anarch;.        . ���   .
lalm on the ter._   ���
contention tbat y.-en Isabella, da.-
-.- r of 1 md   VII..   ��a_   de a..
from the throne by th, Salic iaw ind
that   the   sue ��� ....    de
scended  through his  grandfather and
father I    -������   - All three of these
hies    foughl   for    what  ihey
��� red to be their rights to pi tj   thi
Ot over thei fell rwmen, and' Don
Carlo* did actually reign for a time
over Northern Spain  until he  wa,  ��� x-
i by Alfonso XII. Since then
he h_.- plaj d the part of pretender.
but only with the half-hearted ambition   that  come,    from  great  wealth, i
-���1  indolence,    and  physical dis-j
ease.
T:.e    reconciliation    between    ix>n
Jaime and the present king was
a difficult task, although one infinitely
creditable to the Christianity of the
pontiff. Don Jaim..- was not friendly
with his father. Don Carlos was immensely rich, btrt he acted in the
dl-_ardly way toward his son,
keeping him on so pitifully small an
��� ance that the young man wa. almost forced into financial scandal.
rhls parsimony was due to his young
w.fe. the Princess de Kohan, wno did
not propose that any of her antici-
pated Inheritance should find its waj
r into the pockets of Don Jaime
or Into the war coffers of the Carlist
party. Don Carlos wa_ will ng enough
to rec-ive adulation as tbe "Kng of
Spain." He could always be '��� ..- :
ipon for high-soun-ii-g proclamations
or the avowal of mediaeval sentiments, but when it came to the more
solid coisid-erations of cash his economical wife had a definite and effective veto. She did not object to be
Queen of Spain, but she did very de-
cidely object to throw good money-
after had. or to impoverish herself in
pursuit of the unobtainable. No one
kn -w better than she that the cause
was hopeless, and she had ber own
way with a particularly uxorious hus-
-.:. i. Her economy was a good thing
for Spain, because It discouraged the
Carlist factions and disgusted them
with their leader. But it also alienated Don Jaime and threw him into
the arms of those who were willing
enough to receive him.
Don Jaime is evidently a sensible
young man. An impoverished exile
had no charms for him, nor is hr am-
bit.ous to inherit the doubtful delights of a banished pretender. By
the terms of the agreement with the
king he will return to Spain with a
suitable rank, an income, and a position of command ln the army, and
these seem a fair exchange for claims
that could never have been realize..
He was keenly anxious to belong to
the Spanish army, but as this could
not be permitted to a royai claimant.
he became an officer in the Russian
forces. He ls said to have good in-
t- lligence and to be sick and weary of
the endless plotting that has surrounded hlm from his cradle. Let us hope
that the death of his father will not
put new temptations ln his way, for
presumably   he   will   lnherl-.   some  of
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��� rly ha%'e to resist the solicitations
Dot |of the Carlist leaders to place himself
at -hei.- head. Don Jaime's bread is
buttered upon one side only, an,) we
may well hope that grace will be
vouchsafed him to ��?e which side that
is and to be thankful that there is any
r,utter at all. Spain has had enougr.
of Carlfsm.
Tokyo. August 1 ���News has rescued her- of a ��� rri ' Hood in tbe Prof.
ince of Chong Chun, Manchuria. In
the ri'y of Kiren. situated at the head
of steam navigation on the River
Sungar, 125 miles from Mukden.
,,.,. r ] ,������������) people have been drowned
and 7,600 houses submerged, 'ihe
water is still rising.
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Hebron Hall
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EVANGELIST H. A. IRONSIDES, of
California.
Sunday, August 1,7:30 P. M.
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Lecture  c
OF  THE
n   -THE   SECOND   COMING
LORD  JESUS CHRIST."
Watches,   g,:. .   0.A ^
A Cordial Welcome to All.
f_��d Watches for I.a     .  . .^
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Silver
16.00.
Silver Watches, gen'
17.50 up.
Agent    for    Waltha
atches.
Watch re nai ring a -:
; . an,
sol   Eft
rlalty.
F. CRAKE
Two   door*   from   Ceo.  Adam. Cm>\
You  will   need  your   Bible,  but   not
your pocketbook.      COME.
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���IS���
DAILY N E W t I
We Are Selling
1 Dairy Butter, per pound
30c
No.  2  Dairy  Butter
per pound,
25c
BEST  VALUES  IN TEAS A\D COF-1
FEES.       OUR  40c  COFFEE (FRESH |
GROUND)   IS  A WINNER
THE   SPANISH   CRISIS.
It wv_id be a mistake to say that
the death of Don CarloE remows a
fllMHIH to the Spanish throne Or as-
surtw the stability of the present monarchy. What* ver danger exist-1
���came not from Don Carios. who wan
oJd and -iscr.dited, but from hi. son
Don Jaime, who wa* young and popular, and Don Jaime renounced hs
ciaims and was reconciled to th�� ruling king over two months ago. Ttv-
credit for the reconciliation belongs
to -J,,- [MOaom pope, who ha_ been
satfriag in hi�� sCorta to that .end.
Ceru_'ji;. the '-iV-i".- had nothing to
gain ,v. a support oi Cariism oi l��j
_/ro_ooticg internal discord* in a
country alrea;;. Ca&olic to the core.
Don Carlos a_ King ol .sp-h.' oooid
hav. bioagbt nothing bat reproa_n
spon his religion. It wa.. h.t avowed
lntenti.n to punish ever, heretical
Spaniard, if h.: S-Ou_<_ get the chance
to do so, and to banish from tbe country every one who should be unfaith
ful to the church. He was equally-
frank In his d_ence of his own divine
right. He deciar.d that under no
conditions would he parley with such
hateful political Innovations as parlla.
ments or constitutions. If he governed Spain at all It should be In bis
own right as an unlimited monarch
without check or hindrance. Don
Carlos deserved a certain measure of
respect for his uncompromising adherence to royalist superstitions that
elsewhere had no representative upon
earth, and that may now remain undisturbed upon the dusty upptr
shelves of th_ museum. There may
perhaps be other monarchs wbo entertain them, but they know better
than to say so. Carlism with all its
attendant curiosities has now practically ceased to exist.
The claim of Don Carlos to the
throne of Spain, and perhaps even to
the throne of Prance, was a valid one
if w* except th_ right of a people to
say who still and who shall not gov-
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TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
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Men's "Instructor" Patent Leather Bluchers- 4.50
Men's "Instructor" Velour Calf Bluchers  4.50
Men's "Instructor" Calf Tan Bluchers  4.50
THE STORE FOR MEDIUM-PRICED MEN'S FINE 8HOE8.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House, ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster. B. C.
THE LARGEST SHOE HOU8E IN B. C.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And tee that you get it.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED.
For Wheat,  Barley, Oats, Chop,,   Chicken   Feed,   Bran,   Shorts, H��.i
etc.. ask us.      We wlll see that  you  get  It  promptly.
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Phon. 335.
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN
Itr-st Block, Front St., New Westminster |
::City NewsI
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Transfer
Week  day.
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4<tMMMmi,"��" ������������������������	
oases  a much lesa than
Th..    v.,-vi.        i-ll.'w     Mil'    poller
,. ,u  i^ ,.,,,,���,  .,���.,.,: I        ���      s   active   lasi   month
letecrion   and   suppression of
Ihe Oxford Chancellor Range
pveryone buying a range Bhould get one  that will give perfect satis.
���    .,, cooking and baking, Is economical ln 'he use of fuel, thai Is cool
"k over in the hote weather, and also easy to operate and keep i
'?W��U wiih  to be satisfied In  theseres. _ct_   you    will    huy    an   Oxford
y�� atfw you  liav''  'nsPecled  "'   Tlle i,rlces alH0 ot iheSc ran��M are
1111186 than   those   of   Other    makes.      Call    In    and    Inspect our
-ection    with    the    West Knd    ,
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Commencing  tomorrow,    Angus,   1.
and during tlie Ashing season, the BS-
fer  will     make    round   trips   to
iSteveston on  Sundaj   afternoon  leav-
wlll  be  hold  at   C -until   :';:   H   C   E.   K    wharf al   3   I'm.  rv-
I'ark   Vgrii iltural hall this ev.-umg to  "irnlng about 7:30. ____���
- for the garden at Tidy's
IM ������
much lower
ftock.
Mr. and Mr., Menary, and Mr. nnd
Mrs. Morgan, of Farnham, Que ec,
were the guests of Alex, Turnbull and
took advantage nf tbe Transfer's trip
i - Steveston to watch the salmon
Ashing Industry yesterday,
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
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Northern   Crown  Bank
Remember Hal,. Bros
lire bay, grains, etc.
wn_n you re-
Tlu >  always
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
THE ONLY BANK WITH  HEAD OFFICE IN THE WEST.
PAID UP CAPITAL .2,200,000
Savings depositors find I profitable, convenient and satisfac
tory to place their accounts with this bank. One dollar will open an
account.
SAVINGS  DEPARTMENTS AT   ALL BRANCHES,
Manager,   N.  H.   MACDONALD,   New   Westminster.
protect against the proposed removal
of ih(. Post Office io an  inconvenient
Foi  first-class cut flowers and any
Floral work, telephone Davies*
G K2i.iv *'
D   '-'.   Moore, who has been principal   ��� '    ':,.    public   SCboO]   al    Mission
for the pest two years, baa accepted ���'   a large stock.
the   princlpalshlp   ol    Port    Moody -h  f                    ^ R
school and win take up hi. new du- i;...k K(llllllM)I1_ o1   ,,,���,   M,���uh    ���������.
ties bi  the beginning of the school )il;u,., .... s������,,hlv mornlng fl',m ������.
undertaking   parlors  of   W,   lv   Falei
Twenty-five  dollars  down ami  *n��  K,v   A- Shlldrlck officiating,    Many
pei  month buys a large lot on Fifth   friends attended the Inl rmeni at ths
Btn      vvi   .   Shiles _ Co., city,   ���*  Church ol   England cemetery, and a
;��� w   floral   tributes  were  sent
A modern, 5-room house, one block!
from cai  line   avi the Crescent, can      West   Knd    Methodist    Church  Ice
by  bad  tor $1750.     Only   .:io.   oash |cream social in Moody Square, TueB-
41required,   balance-    in     monthly   pay-
2 ments, White, Shiles & Co., city.   *��� |ta6
day,   August ;i, afternoon   and even-
-(o)-
NEW COMMERCIAL INSTITUTE.
The contract tor the new <>nu-e_ fori
I I   Hart  A; H  has  Ixv-n  let   by  the j    ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Westminster Trust  Co. to H.  Hoy. of   Another Business Commences In City.
this citv.     The cost of thv new build-i     . , ... ,   ,
in.   wil  run to |16. I.     Messrs. (lar-     A  ��,""   business Institute   is  betag
diner and  Sheriff  of    New  Westmin-   st:u',e'>-  ���Af   a���  flr,ll=  always bring
ster are the architects. now  c'l')ital'  aml  il,s  '!' w   l"i'.'",i" ,aU
ways attracts new business from the
That   light,   delicious,   wholesome surrounding country ihL. News is al
I bread you so much enjoyed at your ways glad to welcome new institutions
friend's house was made with Robin of a stable character.    Belonging to
Hood Flour. ������   this class  is  the new  firm  known as
the   Westminster     Modern     business
Westminster   to    Westminster,   via seliool which has    recently    secured
Camp furniture
A full line al  THE  LEADING FURNI-
ture house. After the camping
season you may wish to havs "oma
comfort out  of good  styles  ta Urst.
i . isl liirnltiire.      Again Sen,
W. E. FALES
612618   Agnes   St..   opp.   Library.
Phone    176.
UNDERTAKING IN ALL ITS
BRANCHES.
|Steveston   and   Vancouver;   huy   your
quarters  at   din  Columbia   St.
The
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���" 1.60  for the  round  trip.     Steamer Manager of the-Sprott-flhaw Business
institute, Limited, of Vancouver. .1. K.
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH    EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.      REMEMBER, WE  CARRY  THE  BEST MAKES   OF  WATCH   MOVEMENTS.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES.
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\ Electric Railway Service f
Transfer  leaves  every  day at  il   iM��-
except Saturday 2 o'clock "
.lohn Oliver. M. P. P., leaves today
on a political tour through Bevel-
stoke, Nelson and the Kootenays, In
Mr. Oliver's opinion the provincial
election is close at hand. However,
a sure sign will come when the provincial government begin to finish the
Westham Island bridge, over Canoe
Pass���this  is not just yet.
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Interurban  Line.
Cars   for  Vaucuuver   and way
stations   will   run  every half
hour from   5:50   a. ni. 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 aud city limits over the
dty  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at d:20 a. m.
Sapperton Lme: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
thp hour, commencing at 6:30
a   m.
Sunday service half-hotiriy between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
Cunningham, Sec-Tress, of rhe same
firm  and  A.  L.   Bouck,  who  has  tor
three years  b.-en so favorably  known
as  head  of   the  Commercial   Depart.
menl   In   Columbian   College,     These
gentlemen are men of more than pro-
vincial reputation In this lin,. of work
and   have  proven   very   suocessfu]   In
the neighboring city of Vancouver.
Mr. Bouck  w-ill   be the  Principal Of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      tlie school and his wide reputation as
We can exchange for improved city a commercial   man of  the  f'rst class
property   a   ten-Acre   fruit   ranch  and   wil]  Insure great success  to the new
six-room house at Hammond, one mile concern,
from C. P. R. station. Value |2.00- ! The school will he conducted on a
'Adjoining acreage (Improved) la purely business basis and will give
fetching as high at lluno per acre, courses of Instruction In Bookkeeping,
j White, Shiles _ Co., Columbia street, Shorthand and Typewriting and their
City, ���*  allied subjects with the object in view
1 *_f fitting the student In the best way
Uo not forget the sale of household  possible   for   future   success   and   ad-
effects at Capt. Cards, -14 Carnarvon   vancement In the world of business.
'street on Thursday. ** I    Mr. Bouck already  has  very  bright
Th  remains Of  Mrs.  Murphy of Ah   P���pect8 for his opting on Aug. 16
botsford,  who    died    some days ago, |
were    transferred   to  Mission   yesier- j
Stock  Insurance
Live stock Insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-Increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer in ��be past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of Insurance,
and as they do not handl. any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to th greatest, satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter is in
Instance:
Nv?w Westminster, June 23, 1909.
A. W, McLeod, Agent Rrltlsh American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
TVar Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement msde for the loss of my mare
"Nell," Tor although mv claim form was only completed
yesterday i have already received cheque for $100.00 In
full  pavment Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. OinSON.
You may be the next to lose some   valuable   stock,   enquire   for   par-
ticulari.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET.
PHONE 61
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FOUND   DEAD   IN   BARN.
Sudden Death of Well Known Character at Ladner.
A well known character about Ladner, "Scotty" Smith, was found dead
in a barn belonging to J. Jordan, livery stable keeper, on Saturday morn-
j British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd |
Easterbrook Milling  Company,
E.urnc,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL 17.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & fn flour and feed merchants.
FRONT 8TREET. Nsw Westminster. Tslsphone 183.
day, where interment will take place.
Th- late Mrs. Murphy was well
known in the valley. _he was a
sister of Mrs. deary of Mission.
Buy  orchard   lands   while  they   are
cheap and become independent.      We
ar,- the official agents of The Western j~ng ^^^^_^^^^^^^^^^^_
Horn,, and Improvement Co, Ltd Lei -,;,. alvl���lona] kroner wll, hol(1 an
us tell you about tie ir Choice holdings  inq.iest
at   Appleland.       A   n-w   townsite  and ' ,q.	
fruit  district  along    the Hue of the
B. C. Electric Chilliwack line and V.  REPORTED GOLD FINO
V. & E., Cloverdale to Sumas Railway I AT STURGEON LAKE
This section ^xcells in th,. production ( 	
of all fruits. Come at once while the , Winnipeg, Aug. 1.���R. W. C. Lett,
best lands are selling cheap and let us of the Grand Trunk Pacific, who has
show you this section at our expense, just returned from Sturgeon lake, i\-
We ean sell five, ten, fifteen ami ports that a rich gold and silver
twenty acre tracts on easy terms. F. strike has been made, which, he
J. Hart & Co., Ltd. ���*   thinks, will  rival  the  Cobalt district.
.     .   Y _ ,     �� If.  sold   Mr.   L*tt  the  Sturgeon  lake
The balance sheet o   the Co-opera-   (,istrlct was  2000 miles    north  men
tlv_  Association Of thls_ City _Wl_J��f (would stumble over one another and
New Westminster ---Operative Association
Limited,
Tel. 458.      Cor. 6th & Carnarvon  Sts.
STATEMENT  OF  ACCOUNTS.
Semi-Annual   Term   Binding  June ;;".
1909,
I Assets.
���Incorporation   Expenses,
���Turnlture and Fixtures
li   Inventory���
Insurance    	
taper and   Bags   ..
Merchandise	
(anh In hand	
Cash In bank	
seen on another page of this issue.
This is the first half-yearly statement
and It is noticeable that the affairs of
this company are In a very flourishing
condition. ������
The presence of many Indians in
the city In connection with the fisheries is responsible for swelling th�� city
iwllc- returns for the month of July.
The total niiinlK-r convicted of various
offences was lti7. a large portion of
which were drunken Indians of both
sexes, and they were responsible for
crime  ot  other   kinds.      The   normal
Fish    Fish
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop, iand 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.   BURNS  & CO.,   LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Batchers.
risk their Hi* . encountering many
dangers to reach the land of promise.
Nevertheless, 240 miles east of Winnipeg, there Is a vast area that has
only -been prospected In a limited
manner but which Will some day rise
Into ixirminence and prov�� a new
bonanza.
C. E. TRAVES, Local Manaqer.
COLUMBIA   STREET.    .HONE   101.
(   liis 06
686 11
lil) 7(1
78 -9
2,648 iW
24H 50
127 51
Total
,|8,916 86
Liabilities.
To non-shareholdors     Nil.
Shareholders���
Stock    $3,078 Hi)
Stock Interest at 6 p.c       83 82
Reserve  fund         222 38
Profit six months      531 ti��
ind   economy   In   production   and  exchange:
1. By the abolition of all fiilso
dealing.
2. By conciliating the conflicting
n teres ts of the capitalists, the work-
ir, and 1*io purchaser by nn equitable
division .'��� vol g them of the fund commonly culled profit.
3. By preventing the waste of la-
lior now cnused by unregulated competition.
Our method of doing business Is:
All goods are sold for OBBh at prevailing prices and lhe net profits ure
returned to the members in proportion
to tlielr purchases. Non-member., receive 1-3 the dividends paid to members.
Help us by Joining, thereby help
yourselves. For further Information
address the store, Sixth street, corner
of Carnarvon.      Telephone 458.
Dlvtdends on  last  term's purchases
are now  payable at  the Store.
 (o)	
PICTURESQUE   SCENE
IN WATERS OF SOLENT
for Rent
Furnished cottage,
modern, five rooms,
on Fourth Avenue,
$22.50 per month.
APPLY
SETTLERS'
ASSOCIATION
17 BEGBIE ST.
Total |3,��15 86
We hereby certify that the above
represents the affairs of the association according to ths books. That it
Is correct and In accordance with law,
and that the expenditure has been
duly vouched.
WALTER J. WALKER, CA.
S. N. STItOI'LK,
A.  _ .  DUNCAN,
Auditors of the Association.
Disposal of Profits.
To dividend on members' purchases, $11,541.11 at rate of
4 per cent     |4til 54
Dividend on non-mem_ irs'
purchases, ||,931.00 at rate
of 1  1-3 per cent        25 76
Balance to next  term            44 25
Total    I&31 ��&
By net profit disposable     1531 ��5
Synopsis of Trustees' Report.
Seventy-eight members hare Joined
Since December 31, 1908, and two
have withdrawn, making a total Increase for the six months' term of 76,
and a net paid up mebership of 174
and an enrolled membership of 204 ou
June 30, 1909.
i Share capital has Increased since
December 31, 1908 by |1409.00, making a total share capital of |3078.00
on June 80, 1909.
As will be seen by the above state-
ment your assocla .on has made vervr
i satisfactory progr. _ during the past
term and w. can say with assurance
that the dividend paid on the next
term's trading will be a great deal
larger than the present one.
Explanation.
| Principles: The desire to promote
the   practice  Of   truthfulness,  justice
Cowes, Eng., August 1.���The last of
the great nuival pageants which for
the jiast few months have played
such a prominent part In the campaign waged round the question of
(ireat Britain's sea-power, occurred
last evening In the Solent, where 18
miles of warships were reviewed by
the King. Anchored In three main
columns, wit li the smaller craft in
flanking lines, every ship dressed and
newly paiuted, the fleet, presented a.
magnificent spectacle, and the scene
was strikingly plcturaquvj as the Royal yacht Victoria and Albert, liearlng
their majesties, and escorted by the
Admiralty yachts and the White
Star lin-e steamer Adriatic, on which
were the members of the Houses of
Lords and Commons, passerl down the
lines of ships.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe for vehicular
traffic, and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads Ot
ear kind over it
Persons continuing to do so after
this notice must take all th^ risks on
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Ciry Hall, New Westminster, July
23rd. 1909.
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
(Successor to C. Hamber)
COLLECTIONS   AND   STOREKEEPERS'    BOOKS    OT    ACCOUNTS    A
SPECIALTY.     AGENTS   FOR   THE
HALL SA. E CO.
Office: Room 7, Haably Block.
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THE   DAILY   NESVS.
MONDAY, /.
GUST 2,
1909.
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 190?.
A  Bylaw to enable the Council oi !
the City of New Westminster io raise
by   loan   the   sum  ot   Pour   Thousand
(14000.00)   Dollars for the purpose of
advertising the City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
tbe sum of Four 'l'hououud (.$l.uO.OU)
Dolla:.- in advertising ihe City and
that 'iv sal I -um Should be raised on
tlie credit ot the Corporator
And Whereas, It appears 'hat ll the
Sum of Four Thousand (|4000.00)
Doilaro    13.    appropriated    trom
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five lira., at the following places, namely:
Th. Councl] Chamber, civic building:
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
su.et.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv  _].rk.
City  Hall.  July 22nd. 1909.
(.ity (i_oi Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
general revenue of the Ciiy tar the
current year th. rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient thnt
such excessive taxation .hould he
avoided, and the said sum should
raised  on  tlie credit of the Corpora-
A  By law to  enable  the  Council oi
the City oi New   IV -.-.imiuster io raise
by loan the sum of   Six    Thousand
th" (|6 1.00) Dollars for the pun>ose of
NOTICE.
T.i-_ notice that the above js a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken into considerat on
ij thi Municipal Council of the City
ni ... v Westminster cne month from
the date of the first publication thereof in the "Daily News" and "Daily
Colombian" newspapers, which first
pu lication took place on the 22nd.
daj of July 1909, nnd 'hat a'vote of
the electors of the City wlll be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of August, 1909, between tin-
hours of nine o'clocK am. and five p
in., at the following places, namely:
Th.- Council Chamber, civic building:
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleven Hi
g    The proc eds of the saie of tne
said   deer- he   applied   sa
follows, and not otherwis<     rewards
paving  the   ".st   of  '-he     I a.-:ng    or
this   By-law  and  the  Issue and  sa.
of the debentures the:-in ref-rred to.
-    -p      Bj -1   " '"������'-������ ''ffect "n
the 25th. dav" of A ii i     1909, and may
.;;. ,,,,,; ... qu   "Waterworks Deben-
By-law,   1909
v    7"toii   By-law   before    the    final
j-... ���    reol   "-'ball  receiv.- the a-^
���or? ot th.  said City
ilred  by Isw.
Bi,.. j... ,i thi    ssent of the el ctors
, ���   the ,....da.  ���-'    1909.
Reconsiden I and finally pas.ed in
i  . n '���-' mi il the day of	
1909.
*T5.'pSS3
.: '-,.Ac'
-���     '     ���     '��� ���-        -hall
���     SubJ.   ' ''���       r   s.     '
y:zj:^ *
,\' nt-
S. S.T.^hNSF
Th,.    -s''  I
Brack���uin k.
afternoon, i ������,
fo,   I.a Inii    Sl
I'  -
t��
a<  afon -    ���
'Westmin  '.
th.    -     : ,'':!  ���"   ';;,:       Henimn
,,,.,   ,,.-,! '        ��� week   day   ,:
the payment -    Int   'l"" "".'"'.      Additional
im 0f tw., Hundr. I i      8ixl
Fiv-  nn:   Bl  100   (1265.96)   Do
provide for the paym
6    Thi    re   eds of the ����lc o   tbe     For freight and
said   d itnres   "hall   be ^';''i",Iira'
foUow.   and not oth   rt
li
., j
,,, leaving New w
,, of the i"'1"-     ���6 st'1"1 ���"
without  notice.
ply to
���
rati
-s a>
building a City Gaol and Police Court s,r
Room.
Whereas, it is expedient to civet a
building 'o be use. as a City Gaol
and Police Court Room, and to use
that   portion  of the    Civic   Building,
City  Hall.
W, A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Julv 22nd,  H"i9.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
paving the cosl of the    pas ns
this  By-law and  the Issue end saw  	
v the lebentui-   ''"''" ''f"L,',d. {0,- "
7.   This By-taw shall take effect on rtmKUl
the 25th. day of Augu    19 '.ami may
ROBFi
tlon,   and   that  deb- ntnes  should   be now used tor those purposes, for other
issued  for that amount. purposes  ami   to i-ic-mi  'u  the erec-
And,  Whereas, for the payment of -Jon of tho said  building the sum of
interest   on  tlie  debentures proposed _i\ Thousand  (16000.00) Dollars, and
to be Issued under this By-Law, and ihat the said sum should be r.ii.--d i a
for creating a sinking fund for the pay- the credil of the Corporation.
menl ol tb l<   entureg whendue,     And Whereas, It appears t__at ii th,
it will be necessary to rslse by special  sum     of    Six    Thousand     (|600.00)
rat vs.  iu  addition to all other rates, Dollars    bo    appropriated    tiom    the
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
each year d iring tlie currency of th_
sald de wntures, tbe sum of Two Handled and Y hiny Fiv. and 4.-1U.
(1235.46)   Dollys.
general  revenue  of the City   for  the
A   By-law to enable  the  Council of
the City of New Westminster to rais--
1 Joan tlie sum of Two Hundred and
Thlrty-BVnir    Thousand    .1231,	
current    ear iv   rale of taxation Will (', ;,rs  ""'  <h". l'��"-pose ot   inc.-,-a,iv
NOTICE.
���   -he above Is  a
��� ��� K  copy of the    proposed    By-Jaw
whloh ��iii b   taken Into considerat on
the  slunlcl; al   Coiuici'  of the Ch
of New Westminster one month rrom
- . date of ���'��������� first pu Mention th .re
of  In   the  "Daily   News"   and   "Dally
lan"     new-- ap rs,   which   f r-t
r,.n took plac, <~n the --"M
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors ol the City will be taken
��� n the said   proposed   bylaw on the
Ihereo
person   or  perso      _,
.... cited as the "Ho Debenture ;.nl(. tawfil*J
Bvl.-iw.  1909" ,        ... i      :;-   '1'1'-     Bald   ���.
8    This   By-law  before    tie    final ,,.,,.,,,,(, ������ (l ,   ,
passing thereof, shall receive the a- w i.uch
sent of the electors of the ��aid cny ci| ()f ,,
in  the  m.inn-r required   '
i
at such plai e
R-Celv. .1   the   :������        ��� ���   , t   ���'.,-   '��� v-to: -    |p|.(iV;i|    ..,    .,
the dav   ��� i'"'-'.        ,i,aU bav<    "
Reconsidered and finally passed l�� f(���.  ,|R,  ,,,,\,,.. n
���
excessive, and it is expedient that ';'    capacity of the Ci:y Waterworks ;-���], day of August, 1909, between tl
open  Council  the.
1303.
City Cl rk.
.dav "f
Mayor.
BUQUld     be
-    tem.
Whereas
It  is  expedient  to
such   excessive   taxation
And,   Whereas,   'n   order   to   raise avoided   and thi   said sum should be.
Two   Hun- paiged on tl.e credit of the Corpora- !truc< " ;u'' !tlo,,al M'"[l Pl'
tion,  and   that   debentures  should   be (f<,r ' "; '">' Waterworks Sys.icra from
Cocjnitlam  Lake  to the  Qttaen s  Park
con-
Line
tbi    Bald    yearly   sun    Ol
dred   and   Thirty-Five    and    4.100
(.:'.::. ���U, 1  lm.i.irs an eijii.il sje clal rate issued  for that amount.
on  the ffellar will   be  required  to  be      And,  Whereas
levied on the whole- rateable pioperty int.-rest  on   the  debentures  proposed
of ihe City of New Westminster; to be issued under this By-Law, at-d
And, �����;hen.as, the whole rateabl- for oreating a sinking fund for the pay-
property cf the said City, according ment of the said debentures when due,
to the last revised assessment roll it win he necessary to raise by specai
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hun- rates, in addition to all other rates.
dred and* Ninety-One Thousand, Four each year during the currency of the
Hundred and Forty-Five _|5,391,445.- said debentures, the sum of Three
00)  Hollars. Hundred   and  Fifty-three   and  Li-loO
And,  Who:tas.  ibe  total amount or  (|363.19)   Dollars,
th-   existing    debenture debt  of   the      ,\n,\. Whereas, in order to raise tbe,
said  CRy is On-  .Million,    Two Hun- said vearlv sum of Thre-,; Hundred and ls"c'1,  excessive
dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    One Fifty-three  and   13-100   (13.3.19)   Uol- avoided, and the said sum should be
Hundred   {11,219,100.0..   Dollars  Irre- lars an equal special rate on the dol- raised on  the credit of th-  Corpora-
spective of the sum of Three Hundred lar will be required to be levied on  ,,on-  anri  that  debentures should  be
and  N'in-ty.four Thousand   (1394-000.- the whole    rateable   property of thej188}1^ r��^t"___a���ounV
00,'   D<dlart proposed to be raise 1  un- City  of New  Westminster.
der  ihe  "Hospital  Debenture By-law
payment Of {Reservoir, and also from the Reservoir to the City limits on Lulu Island.
and for that purpose to expend the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand (1234,000-00) Dollars.
And Whereas. It appears 'hat if the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty.
Four Thousand ($..100| Dollars
tie appropriated from the general
revenue of the City for the current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it Is expedient that
irs of uin. o'clock a.m. and fiv.. I1
m., at the following place--, name .
The Council Chamber, civic building:
the Fire Hall, 8api erton; an.l tbe
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street,
W   A.  DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk,
City   Hall.  Julv  2-nd.   1309.
NOTICE.
T.ik     notice   that   the   above   is
true  ropy of  lhe    proposed
a
By-law
.1
ie said Coi
ime to time
the amount  the. o
shall  le paya I
first of Januar.   and 1
July, in .ach snd    1
said  coupons shall v     ���
said  Mayor.
4.   A    special    rah
shall   ho   levied   and
rate  of   Ilie  1 ,.;
i-_
5E*-Sb   U .'-vr.derutvY-'n  "-ation   '"
by tt. Mu- Council of the city ��" ;'" ?tfabl* !""
Sew We      -    ter on, month from   ^   0 pay t)���
��hedate ���f ,!,   first publication there- Mobenuin-s   an, v      a4
ofln    'luY  Lews"  ���ri./W   .."l^Y'lY *Y'!'I Y.Y
Columbian"    newspapers,
winch  frs't  thereof when due,
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909.
i.u lication lock plac,. 1 n the 22nd
day of Julv 1909, and that a vote ot
the electors of tbe City will be taken
on the .-all   proposed   bylaw on the
-.
or enactm, nt   ri   ,
I ���:.:
��� ;
I
.������
such   excessive   taxation   should   be
A By-law to enable the Council of
the Ciiy of New Westminster .0 raise
by loan the sum of Thirty Thousand
(130,00000) Dollars for the purpose
And, Whereas, for the payment of of grant:ng the same to the Royal
And" Wherea_7"the whole rateable Interest on the debentures propos-d Columbian Hospital
1903," the "Waterworks Dele-ntur. Bv. property of the'said City accordinc'0 be i?M'ed under ,his By-Law, and Whereas, it ig expedient to grant
law 1909," the "Street Improvement to tlie' last revised assessment roll for creating a sinking fund for the pay- the sum of Thirty Thousand (130-
Bv-iaw 1909,' the "Incinerator Ue- thereof Is Five Millions, Three Hun .ment of the said debentures whendue, 000.00) Dollars for the Purpose of a*
benture Bv-law 1303," and the "City dred and Ninety-One Thousand Four '*- wlU be necessary to raise by spec a! sisting in the erection of a new build-
Gaol Debenture By-law 1903," ol Hundred and Forty-Five ($,"..331,445.- jrates- ln addit��n to all other rater,, ing for the Royal Columbian Hospit-
which none of ihe principal or inter- .0) Dollars ie"ch year during the currency of th. al in this City.
est is in arrears. And, Whereas, the total amount oH^aid debentures, th_e sum of Thirteen     And Whereas, It appears 'hat ii ths
Now then-fore the Municipal  Coun- the   existing    debenture  debt  of  the
cil of the Corporation ot the City of said  Citj  Js One Million,    Two Hun-
Subject as afi
be   raised   annually   v
as aforesaid, during
fih day of At,,,-., 909. between the fe^^H.,
hours of nine oclock a.m. and five p.
m.,  at   the  following  places, nam-iv:
Th,- Council Chamber, clflc building; ,
the Fire  Hall,    Sapperton;    and  the
Waterworks      Storehouse,      Eleventh
street,
W  A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk
Citv   Hall.   July   22nd,   1303.
' . -.
of Interest I
New Westminster enacts as follows: ._red and Nineteen Thousand, One
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor Hundred (11,219,100.00) Dollars irre
of the said City to raise by way of spectlve of the sum Df Three Hundred
loan from any person or persons, bod. and Ninety-Two Thousand l$392,00n.-
or bodies corporate, who may be will- 00) Dollars proposed to be raise 1 lining to advance the name fin tbe crvin der   the   "Hospital   Dehenture   By-law
of  the  debentures,    hereinafter  men- 1: ." the "Waterworks Debenture By-
tioned, any  sum  or  sums  o;   money,  law   1909,"   the  "Street   Improvement
not exceeding in  the  whole the sum By-law   1909,''    the    "Incinerator  De.
Thousand, Seven Hundred and Sav- sum of Thirty Thousand (|30,000.00)
enty-Four and 52-100 ($13,774..",2) Dol- Dollars be appropriated from the
'ars- genera! revenue of the City  for the
And, Whereas, in order to raise the current year the rate of taxation wlU
said yearly sum of Thirteen Thousand [ye excessive, and it is expedient that
Seven Hundred and Seventy-Four and such excessive taxation should be
52-100 ($13,774,521 Dollars an equal avoided, and the said sum should be
special rate on the dollar will be re- raised on tlie credit of the Corpora-
quired to be levie. on the whole rat- tlon, and that debentures should be
able   property- of   the   City ot" New issued for that amount.
Dollars tor the payn
then - 1, and the sui .    ���:_���,.
dred   and   Tw.-n -. ��� ���., .,.
lars  to  provide lor :;,_; (J
th ��� principal.
��.   The proceeds of the sui, of tu
said  debentures  shall   1.. applied u:|
follows,  and not otherwi: 1 wars j
paying  the cost  of  L_< a -ng
this   Bv-law  and   the   1 ine and**!
Improvement Deben- TTbKyt?SRSd
the 2",th. di)' of Aiu-ns-        -, and may
be cited  as the "St. -. 1  L-iiproveiuent |
Debenture By-law.  1909
  S.   This  By law   '. : re   the  ___|
, passing thereof, shall receive _. M
A By-law to enable the Council of Bent of t)lf. p.^.o.., 0f tb_ ���   ICHJ
Street Improvement Deben
ture By-law, 1909.
(aw,
Reoonsidi red    nd fli   ly i .-i-sed ta
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Westminster; And, Whereas, for the payment or
of Four T__usand ($4000.00) Dollars beniure By-law 1903," and 'he "City I And- Whereas, the whole rateable Interest on the debentures proposed
and to cause the~same to be Paid into Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," or'Pr��Pert-v of 4be said City, according to be Issued under this By-Law, nnd
the Treasury of th. s_id Citv (or the which none of the principal or inter-/0. th(l last revised assessment roll for creating a sinking fund fortnepav-
purposes  mentioned herein. e.   is in  arrears. |thereof,  is Five Millions, Three Hun   ment of the said debentures When due.
it shall be lawful for tiie Mayor      \-���.   therefore the Municipal  Coun-:drf'<3 and  Ninety-One Thousand, Four it will he net-ssary to raise by special
ell of the Corporation of the City of IHVnSLr_?___Bd   Forty-Flve   ($5,391,445.-  rates,  in  addition to all  other rates,
New Westminster enacts as follows
Citv Chrk
Mayor.
to cause any number of debenture
to be made, noi-exceedln. In the
whole the sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollars, for such sums OI
money   as  may   be  required, not less
00)  Dollars. each year during the currencv of the
And. Whereas, the total amount or 6aj,j debentures, the sura of Seventeen
existing    debenture   debt  of   the  Hundred   and   Sixty-Five    and    96-100
th
said City is One Million, Two Hun- ($1765.90) Dollars,
dred and Nineteen Thousand, fine And, Whereas, in order to raise the
Hundred (11,219,100.00) Dollars irre- said yearly sum of Seventeen Hun-
spectlve of the sum of One Hundred dr..-d   and     Sixty-Five    and      96-100
land   Sixty-Four  Thousand
1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said  City to Taise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent or bodies corporate, who may be will-
expressed in pounds sterliru of the jng to advance the same on tlie credit
United Kingdom of Great Britain and nf the debentures, hereinafter men-
Ireland, at a value of 4.S0G to the tioned, arv sum or sums of monev, and Sixty-Four Thousand ($1_4."00.- ($1765.96) Dollars an equaj special rate
pound sterling; and aj] such debent- not exceeding in the whole the sum;"0' Dollars proposed to be raised un- on the dollar will be required to be
ures shall ibe sealed with the Seal 0f- SJx Thousand (16000.00) Dollars :'1e'" '-be "Hospital Debenture By-law levied on the whole rateable property
of the Corporation signed by the and to cause the same to be paid Into-1909." tne "waterworks Debenture Bv of the City of New Westminster;
Mayor and countersigned by the the Treasury of the ��ald City for the {aw 1309.' the "Street Improvement And, Whereas, the whole rateable
Treasurer thereof, or by such oth, r purposes mentioned herein. By-law 1909,'' the "Incinerator De- property of the said City, according
person or persons as may be there- 2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor benture By-law 1909,' and the "City to the last revised assessment roll
unto lawfully authorized.                         to  cause   anv   number of   debentures Gao1    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    or thereof, is Five Millions. Three  Hun-
3. The said debentures shal) be (0 be made, not exceeding in the;wh:<';n none of the principal or inter- dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
payable hn.the first dav of July 1959. whole the sum of Six Thousand ;est is in arrears. Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.-
at such  place ?r place., as the Coun-  ($6000.00)   Dollars,  for such  sums of;  .Now therefore the Municipal  Coun- 00)  Dollars.
ell of the said OOTpOFatlon may from money as may be required, not less,���1 of ,he Corporation of the City of Anti. Whereas, the total amount or
time to time appoint; w.th the ap- than $100.00 each, or an equivalent!:Vew Westminster enacts as follows: the existing debenture debt of the
proval of the holders thereoL and expressed ln pounds sterling of the ; 1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor said CUy is One Million, Two Hun
shall have attached to them coupons United Kingdom of Great Britain and of the said City to raise by way of dred and Nineteen Thousand, One
for the {syment -.f interest at the Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the !lt,an from any person or persons, iod/ Hundred (.1,219,100.00) Dollars irre.
rate of five per centum per annum on pound sterling; and all such debent- or bodies corporate, who may be will- spective of the sum of Three Hundred
the amount thereof, which Interest ures shall -be sealed with the Seal 'ng to advance the same on the credit and Sixty-Eight Thousand ($:i6\000..
shall be payable half yearly on ihe of the Corporation Signed by the !of the debentures, hereinafter men- 00) Dollars pror-.s. d to be raised un-
flrst of January and the first day of Mayor and countersigned by thei tioned, any sum or sums of money, der the "Hospital Dehenture By law-
July, in each and every year, and the 'IV-asurer thereof, or by such other Inot exceeding in the whole the sum 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By-
said coupons shall be signed by the person or persons as may be there. Of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four law 1909," the "Street Improvement
said Mayor.                                                unio lawfully authorized.                         Thousand   ($234,000)   Dollars, and  to By-law   1909,''    the     'Incinerator  De-
4. A special rate on the dollar _. The said debentures shall be [cause the same to be paid into benture By-law 1309," and the "City
shall bo levied and raised in eaeb payable on the first day of July 1959, ithe Treasury of the ��aid City for the Oaol Debenture By-law 1909," or
year, In Addition to all other rates al such place or places as the Coun- purposes mentioned herein. which none of the principal or inter-
on all  rateable  property of the City,  cil of the said Corporation  may from ,    2.    It shall be lawful for the -Mayor est  is  in  arrears.
sufficient   to  pay  tbe  interest  on  the  time  fo  time  appoint,    with   the  ap-i'o   cause   any   number of  debentures Now  therefore  the Municipal  Coun-
debentures,  and   to  create  a  slnkinH  proval  of the  holders    thereof,    and j to   be   made,    not  exceeding   in   the ell of the Corporation of tho Cty of
whole the  sum of Two Hundred and New Westminster enacts as follows:
Thirty-Four      Thousand        ($.34,001), 1.    ft shall be lawful for the Mayor
Dollars,    for   such    s.ums   of  money of the said City to raise by way or
as     may     be     required,     nol      less loan from any person or persons, ' od��-
half yearly  on  UU�� jtheua 1100.00 each,    or an  equivalent or bodies corporate, who may be will-
md the first day of |expressed  in   pounds  sterling  of  the in<; to advance lhe same on the or. tilt
July, in each and ��� very year, and th
fund for the payment Of the principal  shall  have attached to them coupons
for the payment of interest at the
rate of live per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which Interest
shall be pa a le
first of January
thereof wlhen due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5.   Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be  raised   annually' by  special  rates
as  aforesaid,   during  the  currency   of
the said  deVntuivs, the sum of Two July, j��� ,.;,ch ahd every year, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and of  the  debentures,    hereinafter  men
Hundred     ($200.ooi     Dollars  for the said coupons shal]  lv signed  by  the Ireland,    at a  value of 4.8iG to  the tioned, any sum or sums  of money,
payment of Interest thereon, and the said Mayor. pound sterling; and aj] such debent- nol exceeding In the whole the ""m
sum    of      Thirty Five     and     46-100      4.    A    special    rate on   the   do.la. ures  Bhall    ie  sealed  with   the    Seal of  Thirty  Thousand   ($30,000.00)   Doi-
(136.46)   Dollars   to   provide   for   the  shall   be   levied   and   raised   'n  each ��f  the    Corporation    Signed  by    the lar. and to cause th- same to be paid
repaym-nt   of   the  principal .war.   In   addition   to  all  other   rates Mayor    and    countersigned    by      lie into the Treasury of the said City for
ihe City of N-w Westminster to rales ln  ll)p mnnn,.r .,....,.,���,
by loan the sum of tine Hundred ami      Received tin-       ent Oi        ���    IOD
Four   Thousand   |$BH,niiu.ini.    DoUirs on tf]- (,B ,,,,,
for Street Improvements
Whereas, certain soms of money bav( 0pen Council il
this   y, ar   been   expended   out   of   the 1909.
gener��|   revenue  of  the  Ctiy   for   the
construction. Improvement and repair I
of certain streets and  sidewalks, and
it is expedient that certain additional
sums be spent in like manner, amounting In  all    (with  sums    already  so
spent)   to th,- sum  of On,- Hundred
and Four Thousand  (1104,000.00)  i*>l-
lars.
And Whereas, It appears thai If the
sum of One Hundred and Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dollars be appropriated    from    tlie   general    revenue
of     the     Ciiy     for     the   current       ,. , ..,
year the rate of taxation will 2P_"��*l0S_*5* .f
be excessive, and it Is _x|)Odlent that
such excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on tho credit of the Corporation, and that debentiu��s should be
Issued for that amount.
| And, Whereas, for the payment of
Interest on the debentures proposed
to be Issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures whendue,
It will be necessary to raise by special
rates, ln addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the
and debentures, the sura of Six Thousand One Hundred and Twentv-two
($6,122.00)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
said yearly sum of Six Thousand One
Hundred and Twenty-two ($6,122.00)
Dollars an equal special rate on
the dollar will be required to be
levied on the whole rateable property
of the City of New Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said Ciiy, according
;to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, Is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Fi'e ($5,391,445.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amouni or
the existing debenture dent of the
said City Is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred (11,219,100.00) Dollars irre- _. .
spectlve of the sum of Two Hundred i?_.rt_e0n__1 MnC[
and Ninety-Four Thousand ($294.0111).
00) Dollars proposed to be raised un
dor  the  "Hospital  Debenture   Bylaw  J.',"1 ti','t'el
NOTICE.
Take notice thai the afore /�� a
true copy ol the proposed _'law
which will he taken :' Oi :.-.4cvat"_
by the Municipal Council ot the Ckj
of New WeBtmlnstei >n _.atii froa
the date of the first ; ill lication there-
of in ihe "Dally News" and "tali.
Columbian"    newspapers, wheh frst
llay of July 1909, and 'liata .te��'
the electors of the City will be taksa
on the said proi-osvi -.- .aw on the
25th day of Angus'. I ��� > between till
hours of nine o'clock a n), and five P-
m., at the following places, Mm*!
Th. Council Chamber, chic hutiding:
the Fire Hall, Bap eri a; and i����
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
Street.
W   A.  I'I M'VN'.
City Olerk
City   Hall,  July  22nd,    109
The following is a list ol the ��"*"
and amount to be expended on eacn
under   the  provisions   of  the
S re-t
1,51)1)
Improvement  Deheniii ,   Bylaw, 1**
Columbia street, Hassam pave-
ment  ...      ���������*i,'t'*
Columbia street, Gillander'i
HUl  	
Front street	
Agnes street   	
Dufferin  Street   	
McKenzie street	
Lome street	
First street   	
Second street	
Third street   ���������
Fourth street	
Fifth   street   	
Seventh street	
Eighth street	
Nanaimo street	
Twelfth street   ...   .   	
Fourteenth street
Hamilton sireet   .
���11)0
600
2,100
3,600
:: 500
1,100
_:���'
600
1,60'
1 .Hi
1,100
fi.   The proceeds of lhe sale of the on  -ill  rateable  property of the City,
said   debentures   shall   be  applied  as sufficient  to  pay the interest  on   lhe
follows, and not otherwise;   Towaris debentures,  and   to  create  a  sinking
paying  th -  cost   o1'  the    passing    Of fund for the payment of the principal
'rr.-asurer  thereof,   or   by  BUch   <iher,the purposes mentioned  herein.
person  or persons as  may be  there- j    2.   It shal] be lawful for the Mayor
unio lawfully authorized. to  cause   any   number  of   debentures
'���',.   The    said   debentures shall  be|to   he   made,    not  exceeding  in   the
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture, By-
thls   By-law  and   lhe  Issue and  sale  thereof when due, subject to any Act'payable on the first day of July 1959,1whole   the  sum  of  Thirty   Thousand
of the debentures therein referred  to. or enactment respecting the same.       'at such place or places as the Coun-; ($30,000.00) Dollars, fOT such sums of
7.    Thla By-law shall take effect on      5,    Subject as aforesaid, there shall jell of the said Corporation may from  money as  may  he required, not less
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may  be   raised   annually   by  special   rates'time
h_   cited   as  the  "Advertising By-law as  aforesaid,  during  the currency  or
1909." I Ifl I the said debenture., the Sum of Three
8. This By-law before the final Hundred ($300.00) Dollars for the
passing thereof, shall receive the as- payment of Inrerest thereon and tte
sent of the electors of the said CUy sum of Fifty-Three and 19.100 (f63.19)
ln  the  manner required  by law. Dollars to provide for the repavmrnt
Received the assent of the electors of the principal.
on the day of 1909.        j    6.   The proceeds of the sale of the
Reconsidered and finally passed W said  debentures  shall   be applied  a��
op��n Council the day of   foh'ows, and not otherwise:  Towards
1909. I paying the  cost  of  (he    passing    or
this   By-law  and   the  issue and  dale
���,���_ jof the debentures therein referred to.
City Clerk.   Mayor. |    7.   Th,8 By.,(lw 8]Ja��� ^ ^^ nn
MrlTIf._ ,t-he 25th. day of Augusi 1909, and may
NOT,UE' be cited as the "City Jail Debenture
Tak,.  notice   'hat  the  above  is  a By-law, 1909."
true  copy  of  the    proposed     By-law 1    8.    This   By-law  before
to time appoint, with the ap- than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
proval of the holders thereof, and expressed ln pounds sterling of the
shall have attached to them coupons Unltid Kingdom of Great Britain and
mo
1,700
1001.
2,500
the final
whloh will be taken into considerat on pass'ng thereof, shall receive the as
by the Municipal Council of the CUy sent of the electors of the said City
of New Westminster one month from In the manner required bv Inn.
the date of the flrst publlca'ion there. | Received the assent of the electors
of In  the  "Daily  News"  and  "Dslly on the day of 1909.
Columbian"    newspapers,  which   first      Reconsidered and  finally passed  In
publication   took  place on  the  22nd. nnen Council the day of	
dav of July 1909, and that a vote ot 1909.
the electors of the City will bp taken
on tiie said   proposed   bylaw on the
25th day of Augus*, 1909, between the City Clerk. Mayor.
for the payment of interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which Interest
shall be payable half yearly on uhe of the
first of January and the first day of
July, in each and every year, and tha
sald coiii ons shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall he levied and raised 'n each
>var, In addition to all other rates,
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the interest on the
debentures, and to creat... a sinking
fund for the payment of the ��� rinclpai
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, the^ shall
lie raised annually hy special rates
ns aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the sum of
E/leven Thousand Seven Hundred
($11,700) Dollars for the payment of
interest thereon, and the sum of Two
Thousand and Seventy-Four and 52-
100 ($2074.52) Dollars to "rovlde for
the repayment of the principal.
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and ajj such debentures shall ibe sealed with the Seal
Corporation Signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by tne
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. Th-e said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1959,
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment of Interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which interest
shall be paya'le half ye,-,riy 0n uhe
first of January and thp first day of
July, ln each and every year, and the
said coupons shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on th* dollar
shall bo levied and raised In each
rear. In aildltlon to all other rates,
on all rateable property of the City,
Edinburgh street
law" 1909." the ""Street "improvement */>m\��n street ..
By-law 1909," the "Incinerator Dc Tf"lh s,r''ot ���������
benture By-law 1909," and the "City Alberta street ...
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," of CoburB street . .
which none of the principal or Inter- Ijelt" 8treet ���������
pe-t ls in arrears, Royal avenue .  .
Now therefore the Municipal Coun- Queen's avenue .
ell of the Corporation of the City of F ftn avonue ���������
New Westminster enacts as follows-    F��urth avenue  ..
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor slx,h avenue        '    l5o.
of the said City to Talse by way of Seventh avenue     lpjo0
loan from any person or persons, i_od,. . K'ghth avenue      j .110
or bodies corporate, who may be will-'Th,iyl avenue  5.
Ing to advance the same on the credit Tentn avenue ��� ��� ���''
of the debentures,    hereinafter men- [Hospital street, Blair and _u-    ^
tioned, any sum or sums of money      cbanan avenue ...   ���������   "'    46OO
not exceeding In  the whole the sum stre0U Ee"erally
of One Hundred and Four Thousand
($104,000,000)  Dollars    and to cause
the same to be paid Into thv> Treasury
of the said City for the purposes mentioned  herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause  any number of debentures I
to  be  made,    not exceeding in  the 	
whole the sum of One  Hundred and      a Rv-law tn enable the
Four Thousand (1104.000.00)   Dollars thf gg^ oT N.^Westmlnster to ��5
for   such   sums   of   money   �� may �� iniH__ sum c. Twenty Thou���*"
Ht.^^t nlt..���!!,l.than-$10,,w' CI-oM? Etote. for the P��**
Incinerator Debenture Unlaw, 1909.
">"^i_.
each,    or   an    equivalent    exposed X3'ng an,    ndn raton ,���,.
ln    pounds, sterling   of     the   Unit.:    WheraiTit ie -xoedlent for the ��
ed    Kingdom of   Great    Britain    and 'proSSSot  ��f   sanTtar ���   co,,<ini����s,
Ireland,    at a value of 4.8B6 to the   hp   Cit? that   a   pub io    I'""""'1"
pound sterling:  and all such debent- ZuldL h_I It for the destruction*
ures shall he sealed with the   Beat SSJ at the cos   of Twenty Tl"""
of the    Corporation    signet! by   the ����* fJan_-_ft_T__oUar.
Mayor   and    countersigned    by    Sa "^gS^VSKi tbftt if tB NDAY.
AUGUST  -.   1W9.
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Dire.  Hun
,���..   i bousand, Four [jghinj,  tramway.
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total amount Of
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,    Debi in n,   B;
���i el   improvi me .t
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i09,"   acj  the  ''C't..
Claw     1909,"     Ol
prim ipa] or later-
I. li
he Municipal Coun-
, tlon of ihe City of
enacts as follows;
,   lawful for the Mayor
ty to   raise   by   way   Ol
' or P r-sons, bod
9, who nay be wl"-
toadvano   he same on the cr.dlt
hereinafter  men-
Or  sums  of  money,
bi ������ ling ii   the whole the sum
-    ..nd   maintaining
toi  which such light, hi ���          ,          hou        gener-
.ir   suitable and avail i such othei ..,-,
ifi. The    ).:��� mv. i -    are nee
water ls to be used li :i --:>v   I eiee
electric powei   tight    ... electri   power, or anj -.ther
traction,  lighting,    heatmi 1 1  wer,   and    for
,,... me to be used by
whii h   .
luring and all and
othi r purposes to
applied,
n ' ii Uie water
power or  mining    purpos.
the place where thi   ��� ���
turned  lo some i. itura   channi
the   difference    :u   .. [tu le bi t��- - n
i��oint of    diversion an i point ol
turn.      The  water la t i be return I
to  the  North   Arm  oi   u irrard   Inlei
at or m-ar the place where thi   prei
eni  power house of the appllcani  is
situated.     The   dlfferenc     ol eii Nation  betwe.-n  point ol   divei lion    and
l>oint of return is about  2200 feet,
iji. The area  ol   Crown   lan
ae or com.
lng wiiii  tlets to :������ :"        "     ; "   ,nP
��� to -      :.. . hinery   or
-   or other w ork�� or to
the ' ompanj   to con-
v a ting   or  as a    motive
powei ,   Hing tramways, Or lor
g,    lifting,     pumping.
.:..- ill _     smelting, drilling
: .- or for any other opera-
which it  may be adapted or
to he used or suppll'M for or in con
nection   with   any  other   purpose*  lor
which  electricity    or    electric    power
i   applied or required,    (g)  Kor
i posl
.
��� ��� tween  r.       Island and Dartea
" Ap-
���   whole is,and   contain-
:' ...        ir lesi
JOHN  JOHNSON,
Per  S.  H    FORD, Agent.
��� ited Jum> Cth. 1909.
.       ..;..,    me.
a  W nison, oi
B.       occupatl      : . . v
'������ : ' ���. ; Is lo.- pi rmist on
���  ���       -  iving descri ��� i
���    isl I on
'' ' '������ ���      shore  of    Owl  island
Di        funs 6th, 1909.     Applying for
tl ��� ���   island, con:;.. 16   acres
V O]    ll M-
JAMES   UATSU.v,
Per S. H. FORD. Agent
D ted  June Oth, 1309.
EDMONTON HAS K.AL
HAUNTED HOUSE
SALERATUS
IS THE BEST
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
Toronto, Ont.
*)
NOTICE.
Notice   ia   hereby   given   that   _h.
' Pltl   Rivi     ....     i ,    pany,   Llm
lied  to Hia   Excel-
lencj thi  Governor-General in Council
approval of a certain sit. for ol the mystefy can
Blood Curding     Groans     and     Movements of  Furniture   Scare  Away
the  Inmates.
Edmonton, August    i     a    ha
house   bas   been ��� ���
curdling  groans,  slamming
mo. ing oi  furniture aad - g ol
locleed    doo.s ha\i     driven    " ���
awaj one after the other.
One family left in the middle of the
first night Tin j yoked up i.e., ,,\- n
and treked for their hon i ati a I
a partj of Chinamen .. xi took tne
bi-.se with a view to Starting a laundry, but all decamped th�� firs
returned tn,. next daj tor their im] e
menu and astonished the neighborhood by weird Incantations, burning
of .om- sticks and tearing of paper '��
a ���. , II spirits from following.
a :. gro v 11, - as routed bj spooks
aa w<     as othe    - nants,
Prominent i Itlzena Intend to stay in
thi   house foi  a night  to Invi     gati
a  small  on   ni .,  ihe
thi  citj     No i xpjanation
e discovered,   it
the
alii!
construction    of   certain   booms
booming    grounds    in    the   l'i't
is ;...�� in,;, nanted
: oi Coast  Range One.
���   notice that Bergeta Anderson, IBiver, ln  the Dlstrici  of New West
Inl      - to apply for permission to pur-  minster,  Province of  British  Oolum
-10)-
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, lady
i. :he following described lands;
1 - menclng at a post plained in
the bay at nonhwest corner of Maud
island, the largest island in the Indian group. Date, .lune Oth. 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing  00 acres  more  or le-s
BERGKTA  ANDERSON,
Per  S.  H.  KORD. Agent.
Dated  .Tune Oth.  1909.
Victaria (lifers No
Serious Rivalry
hla. have deposited with the Honors
ble the Minister of Public Works, at
Ottawa, plans of said booms an.l
booming grounds, together with a de
scrip tlon of the .He thereof, and have
also deposited a duplicate of each in
ihe office of the  Registrar of needs Inued from  Page One.)
for   the   said   District   of   New   West-   "���"���-n~~v~~^~~^~-���������^	
minster, in which district said works seals Ln as manj minutes, and the
are proposed to lie constructed, in ao crowd, which vu ooi measur-, a,, to
cordance   with   the   requirements   oi expectations, settled themselves a-jwn
1 r;ri_   water   and    water    power
tended to be occupied by thi proposed available for use. application and dis-
works will not exceed 80 acree
ik). This notice was posted on tne
13th, llth 10lh 19th day of July,
1909, and application will be mad.- to
the Commissioner on the 2uth day of
tribution by erecting dams, increasing
the head af water in any existing
body of water, or extending the ar.-a
thereof, diverting the waters of any
stream,  pond or  lake into  any  other
other erection or work which may be
1 ; id   ($_o,iiO0.0U) Doi
f-s anil to ��� the Same to be paid 1 Au���..USl. 1&os- .
f the "aid Citv for      'h'-   part of    the  nn m.irandum or
a loned  herein."        aaosctadon of the    company    which
K iv(ui tor tlie Mavor .authorizes  the    proposed    application
ms. ,.r  of   debenture'and works, reads as follows:
: i .xieeding in the (3). The object. Tor which the required in connection with the lm-
__��� It thi sum o( Twenty Thousand .company is established and to which provem.nt and use of the said water
|'_. ��� for Such sums of objects    the company    are    restricted  and   water  power  or  by   altering,  re-
jjney ...  K-'iuir.-   not li��s|are   the    acquisition   of    water    and newing.  extending,  imprrrving.   repair-
waier  liowor   by  records of  uurecord-  lng  or   mainta'ning  any  such   works,
ed   water or  by     the    purchaee    ol  or any part thereof.
VANCOUVER   POWER   COT.,   LTD.
(Signature)   F.   H.   W.   Hope.    A.  E.
Beck, Directors.
J. V. Armstrong, Secretary.
P. O. Address. Vancouver. H-_.
[Seal of the Van<x>uver Power Coy.,
Ltd.]
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Prank Jacobson.
of Vancouver. B. C, occupaiion. farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the foi.owing described
lands:
Commencing  at  a   post   planted   In
Section   7  of  the  "Navigable  Waters
Pro'.eotfon Act." Chapter 115, Revised
j Statutes of Canada.  1906
Dated .Tune 24, 1909.
WHITESIDE   A   EDMONDS.
Solicitors for
Pitt Rive.  Lumber Co., Ltd.
channel  or channels, laying or erect- la small  bay on north shore of  Bend I
ing   any  line or  flume,  pipe  Or  wire |island     Dated  June  6th,   1909.      Ap-j
constructing any raceways, reservoir, j plying for the whole island, contain-
aqueduct   weir,  wheel,    btrllding,    orjing SO acres more or less.
|ar. $100 or  ;.r.  equivalent
pressed in pounds  sterling of th��
nited Kingdom of Great Britain and
(eland,   at a value of  4.866 to the
hun_ sterling; and all  such debe.it-j
|es shall   .      ..������!   with   the    Seal,
the   Corporation    sign-d  by    the |
be
l.v.'if.;. on the !.   t day ot July 1. .r>9. j
such place er ; aces as the Coun
I the said Corporation may from j
to linie appoint,    wioh   tbe  ap- :
Dval of the holders    thereof,    and j
all hav. attached lo them coupons |
���:���  payment ol interest    at ihe
water  records    or    water    privileges
for.
(a). Constructing, operating and
maintaining electric works, power
houses, generating plant and such
yor and countersigned by the [other appliances and conveniences as
easurer thereof, or by such other J are nectsasry and proper for the
rson or person, as may be there-[generating of electricity or electric
JO lawfully authorised.  ' .power,  or    any    othe   form    of    de-
Tlra   Bald   ;       lures  shall  be.veloped   power,  and   for  transmitting
the same to he us_d by the company
or by  persons or companies contracting   with   the    company   therefor,   as
a  motive power for the operating of
motors, machinery,  or  electric  lighting or other works, or to be supplied
by   the   company   to   consumers     for
te of five j _r centum per'annum on j heating or as a motive power for pro-
amount thereof,    which  Interest 1 polling  tramways,    or    for    driving.
U be paya ],. half veariy  on the hauling,    lifting,    pumping,   lighting,
t of Januarv and the first day of crushing,  smelling,  drilling  and  mill-1
1, in each and -very year, and tlu-  ing or for any    other operations    to j
Id coupons shal!  he  signed  bv  the;which it may be adapted    or    to    be
id Mayor. (used or supplied for or in connection
'i   A   special    rata on  th_  dollar I with  any  other  purposes    for  which
all lie levied   and   raised   in  each  electricity  or  electric  power  may   be
applied  or required.
(g). For       rendering       water    and
water  power available for "use.  application  and distribution    by    erecting
dams, increasing the head Of water In
lue, subject To _nv Act jany  existing   body   of  water,  or    ex
enactmenl respecting the same        tending the area    thereof,    diverting
Subject as aforesaid, ther. shall  the waters of any stream, pound^or
d annually  by  special  rates       "      ,' "" """ '" ""'
" nels,  laying  or erecting  any  line    or
flume,  pipe or  wlre constructing any
raceway,    reservoir,    aqueduct,  weir,
wheel,  building  or  other  erection  or
work which may be required In connection  with   the improvement    and
use of the said    water   and    water-
power or by altering,  renewing,  extending,       Improving,     repairing
maintaining  any  such works or any
part  thereof,
VANOOUVER POWER OO., LTD.
Signatures:   F.   H.  W.   Hope,  A.  E.
Beick, directors; J. V- Armstrong, secretary.
P.  O. Address, Vancouver, B. C.
[Seal of Vancouved Power Co.. Ud.J
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Adolph O. Jotes-
son. of Vancouver, B. C-, occupaiiow.
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase 'he following de-
scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib isiami. Dated"
June 6th, 1909 Applying for the
whole island, containing 99 acres
more or less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per S.  H.  KORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
District of  Coast   Range One.
Take notice that 0. B. Andersot^ otv New Wettmin,ter  Land  District. Dis-
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler, | tpM Qf New Weitmin,ter<
Intends  to  apply    for    permission, to j
purchase    the    following      describe-1    Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
an<ls: (Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    in-
Commencing at a post planted ia a j tends to ap.)lv for permission to fur-
mall bay on north shore of Berry ia-|.t_ise the  following  described  lands;
'land,  dated  June 4th,  190_.      Apply- j    Commencing at a  post  planted  at
ng  for  the   whole  Island,   containing \ Northeast   corner of lot   1469.  thence
LAND  ACTS.
FRANK JACOBSOS.
Per S.  H. FORD, Ageat.
Dated  June 6th,  1309.
wiih   ihe  sure   knowledge   thai     tne
wn.t,. and   ,,ucs were in for a .-.und
' ..uug.
Aii.i scoring a few times Westmin-
Bti c ea��ed OO and l_o Sweeney netted
twice, the redshirts getting a tourtn
Itrom Okey Sniiili before resting at the
(interval. I he game \�� as ch aa, and
no penalties became necessary during
v_  quarier.
  lhe Second allowed tlie redshirts to
The Municipal Council of u__ Cor-|score tour tunes, Purdy, Henrj and
poraiion of the CUy of New West- ciaagsoer bearing the brum of ui-
mtaster, having hy resolution deter- shooting, While Smiih put In some
mined and specified that it Is deal- Iuseful ones trom a distance oui. The
able to cam out the following works Capitals did bat_r In Hi's quarter,
thai is to say: |their defence Held workej occasional-
To construct a sewer to be known j ly. and Julian managed to goal twice
FIRST  STREET  SEWER  NOTICE.
ar, In addition  to all  other rates, j
���   property of the City.
Sl'   :' I the  inter, st  On  the
rf'"'!ir. s. and  to create  a slnk.ng
or the payment of ihe pi.ncipal <
100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Daied  June 4ih, 1909.
Dnd
ral.
aforesaid, during the currency of
ii-    Id debentures, the sum of One
($1,000.00)   Dollars for the
aymciii o(  interest  thereon and the
pm of One Hundred    and  Beventy-
even an.l 30-100 ($177.30)  Dollars to
��� tor   he repayment of the Pr'n-
6_ The proceeds of the sale of the
ai;JlP;""1"r"9 shal1  *>e applied as
"*w. and not otherwise:   Towartis
pylng the cost of the    passing   of
By-law and  the  issue and salJ
p, thei debenturea therein Teferred to-
"his Hy law shall take effect on
he 86th, day nf August 1909, and may
nted ae the "Incinerator Debenture
By-law, 1909, ���
s   This By-law before   the    final
passlne thereof, shall receive the as-
f       'i the doctors of th* said CUy
manner required  by law.
Received the assent ot the electors
PnY" dav of 1909.
. H  ! tiered and finally passed ln
mn Council the day of	
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, ot'
Vancouver,,    B.    C., occupation, ladj1. |
Intends to apply for permission to pur-
Chase the  following  descri: ed  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of KlaoUsis island, a
small island south of Turneu- island.
Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for
the  whole island,    40  acres  more or
DORA ANDERSON,
P-r S. H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence north to coast, thence following the coast line to point of com-
lueaceinent.
WILFRID  DOITGALL.
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July  21st, 1909.
L1TY Of NEW WESTMINSTER
WATER NOTICE.
Citv
.'lerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Tak noiice that the above is a
rue copy of the proposed By-law
^"'cli will be taken Into consideration
the Municipal Council of the City
w New Westminster one month from
'"�� date of the first publication there
of In the "Dally News" and "Daly
Wmmblan" newspapers, which first
Publication took plac* on the 22_4-
"*>" of July 1909, and that a vot* of
tw electors of th* City will be taken
^? "ie said proposed bylaw on the
��6th day of August, 1909, between the
ooura of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
at the following places, hame'.y:
< ouncll Chamber, civic building;
1 in- Hall, Sapperton; and the
waterworks
stre.t
Th-e
tile
Storehouse,
W.
Eleventh
_____!>'  Hall,
A. DUNCAN,
CUy Olerk.
July  22nd,   1909,
WATER NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given  that an application will b_  made tinder Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909." to obtain a
license  ln  the   New   Westminster  Division  of   New  Westminster   District,
(a)   The name,  address and occupation of the applicant ls the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
its head offlce at the 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)  The name of the lake,
stream   or  Bource,     Mlsliloet    River,
North Arm,  Burrard    Inlet,    (India-
River) .   (c)   The   point  of   diversion
le situated about  12 miles  from tue
taouth of the river, (d) The Quantity
of water applied for 'n cubic feet i*^
second,   800.     (e)   The   character  ��
the  proposed  works,  a water P��*?^
plant for the generation of electricity
for merchanlcal, Industrial and commercial  purposes and particularly  in
the  operation  of   motors,   machine),
electic   Mgh_ng,     the  operation    ��5
tramways and other works for wnio��
such light, heat and power are suitable  and  available.      (f)     ���s  ,,,��,
mlses on  which  the water Is to ���
used Ib situated at or near h'gn w���
mark nt the mouth of the river,  ts/
The purposes for which the w*1"'9
to be used Is to generate electric power, light and heat for tr,ac_llo";/, g^|,
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C-, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for pwmlsslon to
purchase    the    following      described
lands: ,        .   .
Commencing at a post planted in
bay at northwest corner of Davies
Uland. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN.
Per S. H. FORD, Agent-
Dated June 6th, 1909.	
District of Oast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vanoouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for perni-sioii
to  purchase  the  following  described
lands: ..
Commencing at a post  planted ��,n
the southeast shore in a small bay o��
Compton   lsiand.     Dated   June   4th,
1909.     Applying for the whole island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per 8. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4tb, 1909.
TENDERS  FOR  STEEL  PIPE.
Tend-rs will be received 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 inches, and about.
16,000 feet of steel pipe with an inside diameter of 12 inches.
Specifications may be seen at the
City Clerk's office, C" - Hall, or at,
the office of Messrs, l..rmon & Bun
well, Vancouver, B- C.
A deposit of an amount equal to.
five per cent, of the contract price
must be made with each tender, hy
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tendvr not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
City Hall, New "Westminster, B. IS..
July 10, 1909.
The time for receiving t_nder_v as
above has been extended until August 16. at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
as the "First  Street  fewer," on the
folkiwing streets. nam��ly:
Dickinson sireet. ibetW-en Merrivale
and Elliott s'reeis,
Carnarvon street betwosn Merrivale
and Elliott streets.
Armstrong   street     tietwiion   Merrivale and  Elliott  streets.
Columbia  street   between) Merrivale
jtreet  and  Leopold  place.
Albert Cresceni
Wellington  street.
Alice street.
Bushby street.
Dufferin street.
Cohurg street and lane.
Si.  Anne's  street.
Sarnia street.
Windsor street.
Cunningham   street   between   **errl-
waie and Windsor streets.
Agnes    street,    between    MeSStvale
and Duflerin streets.
Elliott  street.
Leopold   place   (part  of).
First street from  Agnes to Ellin.
Royai avenue from Clinton place to
JDiifferln street
Granville street.
Vancouver street.
j    Queens avenue,  between Flrai. and;
! Second streets
Third avenue    between    First and
Second streets.
Emory street.
Arbutus street.
Fourth   avenue   between   Rlrsr. and
Second streets.
St.   Patrick's  street    betw_.ni llrSt
aad Third streets.
Oakland street between    Hirst and
Second streets.
Elgin    street,    between    Firm and
Second streets.
Second  street between    Thitd and
Sixth avenues.
Fifth avenue between Secoodi and
Third  streets.
Brandon street.
Regina street between Staend and
Fourth streets.
Sixth .-.venue between Seeond and1
Third streets.
Third street, between ltegiha street
and Fifth avenue.
Fourth street between Brandon
street  and Sixth avenue.
And that the said wotte shall be
carried out ln accordance with the
provisions of the Local; ttnprov-ment
Genera! 'bylaw 1909.
And the City Engineer and the <^,Jr
Assessor having roporbed to the Coon-
cll ln accordance with t__ provisions
of the said bylaw soon tho said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
snld reports of the said City Engineer
and City Assessor having been adopted by the Council
Notice is hereby given that the said
l'he
up thi
time,
ball,
before  the   tell  rang,
lacked  capacity  to pick
and lost it almost every
Carnival of Scoring.
The th'ii ��as a runaway affair tor
Westminster, aud seven nu.es tiie oau
passed tnroiigu iu0 Vlcioriu net besides a. dozen nines wue.i tne nome
.joys oou.u nave penetrated haa K
neon necessary, i ue crowd took to
eiieor tor Victoria Ln tbe nope mat
tney un_nt encourage tha visloi. lo
ao soineining wlieu uiey did gei the
balL Before the wnistle blew tor tue
close of tne third Hancock and Owens
eacn   ouiauK-d   a  goal.
T lie pace was very quiei in . the
tourtn, iiio home boys adumg thre��
more, and Victoi ia got a solitary tal-
i.., -ne teams i..a>i.._. tue Held 1. to
i. one leature buouhi not ue overlooked, un.oi_u.Oii at vjueen s pai'K,
each team encored before going to tue
dressing rooms.
Goal Summary.
Flit&i   l<UAivxak_t,
Westminster���t _rdy   t: 00
Westminster���Smiui   3:i_
iWestminster���i-iizg.rald    5:60
, \ lcturia���owetanj       _:_0
IVicturia.���Sweeney   .; n��
j \. e.lmtaster���iSnillh      1: fO
SECOND QUARTER,
I \\ estinlnster���I luury      3:25
Westminster���Sangster   1:45
Westminster���Purdy   l; 45
7:3d
;a0
'2:_0
, :30
. 2:1).
. 3;.l>
. 2:00
. '.6
. 1:00
. :*5
. 2:30
. 4:00
:30
10:00
.   1:30
:30
Nol
pllcal
ce Is hereby given that, an ap- and every Industrial or other pu
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob- Jacobeon,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter Intends to apply tor permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated June 4th, 1909. Applying for
the whole lsiand, containing 80 acres
more or less. _
JACOB JACOBSON,
Per S.  H. FORD. Agent
Dated June 4th. 1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Albert Hunt, oi
Vancouver, B. C, occupation  farmer.
reports are open for Inspection at *he
_,,     ., .    fh    .�����   �����,�����_ I onlce of the Ctty Assessor, City Hall,
by directing you toj��J�� ��J���� ***��� Co,^obta ltm.t> NeW Westminster,
you can seethe laJ^,t-,,u*\?J,,,w* [B. C. snd    that    unless    a petition
tVjn>l the   pr0p08ed   works   above
ln_ fi_s_i__   manufacturing and    all Vancouver, B. C. occupation   larme*.
'"_ ^^.--.^HMn   other purposes totendi   to apply   for. perm sslon to
and second-hand goods ot alt kinds in
the city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Com. and see how much mor. you
can get for your moaey here than
elsewhere.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia Bt.     "Man on the Wheel.
>f   the
1 ..     J     l,'-" 14     -�������"    l*n    ��*!'       Will   every    lllllll���u,.|    _1    "-������    -    ���        .,.      ,. I J,V_ 1-llnn.lnff
'on wil, be made under Part V. to which it may  be applied-    ID   K purchase    the    following
described     Uw Brothel% Toronlo, will send yen
"Water Act,  1909," to obtain  Se water te TTbe^sed'for power or jan<iB: free ��� cake of their  f^0"5,.?'''"*0'
* "cense   ln the   New Westminster mining  purposes describe the  pUsce,   commencing at a pott plMt��d ��I toilet soap, if you mention this paper.
mentioned signed 'by a majority of the
owners of the land or ��**_! property
to be assessed or charged in respect
of such works representing at least
one-half in value thereof Is presented
to the Council with In fifteen days
from the date of the first publication
of this notice the Council will pro
ceed with the proposed Improvements
under such terms and conditions ns
to the payment- of the cost of suc'a
Improvements as the Council may by
bylaw in that behalf regulate and determine and also to make the said
assessment.
Dated this 17th day of July, A. D-,
1909.
W- A. DUNCAN
City Clerk.
Westminster���-Sangster	
Victoria���J ullan	
\ictona���Julian	
THIRD QUARTER.
Westminster���Purdy  ,fs	
Westminster���Fitzgerald   ....
Westminster���SmiiU	
\\ esttuiii-ter���MacKenzie	
Westminster���Henry  	
Westminster���Purdy  	
Westminster���Clifford	
Victoria���Hancock	
Victoria���Owens  	
FOURTH QUARTER.
Westminster���OalhraHh   ....
Westminster���-Mtig-rtua	
Westminster���Suiiin  	
Victoria���Cars.s   1;
Penalties,
Secoud  Quarter���Dig ny,   U  min.)
Third Quartei--i.iiiioid and Crocker,
(,_  miuutea each).
Teams.
WESTMINSTER VICTORIA
Ooal
Muuti   Mer.-ich
Point
Digby      Crocker
Cover Polut
Pearson   A. Stevens
Defence Field
Galbralth   Redgrave
Patchell   <>w*n8
H.  Ulflord       Falrell
Centre
H. MacKenzie L. Sweeney
, Home Field
Fitzgerald      C*"-88
Sangster Hancock
A. Smith      Young
Outside Home
Henry    McArthur
Inside  Home
Purdy
Julian
Officials.
Referee���C. D. Peele.
Judge of Play���J. J. Mahoney.
Timekeepers���J. McMurphy, (West-
minster); J. Sw#eney,  (Victoria).
Penalty Timekeeper���J. I, Keary.
Goal Umpires���Elckhoff, < Westminster ; Carrall, (Victoria).
Position in League.
P.      W. Ik
Westminster        2        2 0
Maple Leafs     2        1 *
|Vlctoria       J       0 I
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THE  DAILY  NEWS-
monday, august 2.1909
Something
Special
Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
Rose
Snips j
I LOTS Of WORK
I'     FOR NEW TRUSTEE
Lacrosse Club Has Number
Of Matters to Lay Before
Premier McBride.
���   t
Anderson & Lusby Z <
THESE   ARE    MADE    ESPECI- +
ALLY     FOR     CUTTING     AND ���
HOLDING   THE   FLOWER   AT m     The management of the Nev-' West-
ti__   _��.._    t.uc ��� minster Lacrosse Cluh is awaiting tl.
THE   SAME    TIME.        SUITA- + arrjval   of   Premier    McBride   in  this;
BLE  FOR   SWEET   PEAS AND   ��� cit-v to transact a large grist of busi-
OTHER    FLOWFRS 2  nf~"'       A   num,*r    of     matter,   wer
uihlk   flowers. ��� held  over ending  the    appointment
+ of a western trustee to tlie Minto cup.
��� ���  Premier   McBride  has   teen   duly  a;>-
J pointed, but has not >vt had an o[>-
+ portunity of conferring with the club.
J He is. however, expected to be in the
4 city within tu-- next Un days and on
��� bis arrival a  meeting of    the execn-
* the of the club  win be called.
COLUMBIA STREET.             ��� Matters  Held Over.
e      The  principal     matters   to     he  dls-
i _.  ��� cussed  are  the  claim  of A.  E   M ic-
"""~"""" "~���~���^~~  e na ighton  of Vancouver, for a :���
+++444++++++ao+++m++++++++ ,,.      (q> jn tfie Repina gamegi and
���  ���  demand of Aid. OConnell of Montreal for the payment of a part at hi-
traveling expenses, in connection with
his  acting  as   an  official   to   the   Te-
cumseh cup games.     Both thes.. mat.
ANIMATED  ' .CTURES and ILLUS- ter_  hav.-   been  laid    over  for aome
TRATED   SUNGS    OF    THE    VERY   time now. and  the club is desirous of
HIGHEST CIAS j. getting them settled once and for all.
Team   Is  at  Work.
Crystal Theater
PROCAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPECIAL    M&/INEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVE'
Admiss
NG   PERFORMANCE   7:30
���Children   5c,   adults    10c
and to introduce it
to you we are offering    it    at,    per J. M. COMPTON, Manager
sack, ;	
Inter-st at the present time centre-
round the work of the men on the
practice field. The team U working
Bteadily, and the players are recover-
$1.90
Westminster
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
The name explains
exactly  what the|^���~J!���^
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
ing rrom th�� effects of the wear and
tear of the long succession of game-
In which they have been engaged
since  the  beginning of the  ---eason.
From present indications it looks a.-
if the team would line up in Vancouver on A .gust 7 in th<. same way as
on   the   occasion  of   the   last   match.
T_n__.jsr��_p tT- - _.   * There was some talk of Pat Feeney's
fl  ��� CTflS I ^_tf    ^_Ow  being seen  in  the  field again  in   the
capacity of goal keeper, the proposal
.     . being  to  move  Sandy  Gray  out  into
the defenrv field, where he is himself
_ nice 'Phone  186.      Barn   Pbone 13?  desirous of going.     Pat, however, has
had another attack of rheumatism,
and it is ver*' improbable that he will
take the field again tbi_ year.
ColLirbia  Street.
Baggage   delivered    promptly    to
any part of the city.
-foi-
CRICKET
USE
PUBLIC SUPPIV STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop
MUIR. MOSQUITO Oil
TO  KEEP THE  MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
The Art of Giving
is to sel.ct an article both useful  and beautiful.    This combination
will  be found in my new stock of
S ILVERWAR E
Amongst  the   many   articles  will  be found  Fruit  Dishes, Cakj  Baskets,  Bread  Trays,  Toast   Ra   cks,   Butter  Dishes,  Bon   Bon    Dishes,
Spoon Trays,  Napkin  Rings,  Child's     Silver    Mugs,    Child's     Sets.
Cream ind Sugar Sets, Sugar     Spoons.
Glad to have you call  and   look over my stock
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
The cricket match played at Moody
( square   on   Saturday   between      \\est-
, minster  and   Central     Methodists re-
;sult--d in a win for the home team by
ST  runs.      Following is  the complete
score:
WESTMINSTER.
T.  Oddy.  b   Peck  33
C. H. Judd c S. Tough, b W, Tough 1.
C.  Kirov  c   Peck,  b  W.  Tough   . . 0
B. Welfare b S. Tough  1
P. C. I���shmar lbw, b Tough    12
\V. Morris, caught, b Graham   .... 0
EX C, Davev c Brown, b S. Tough 2
.T. D. Sherriff b J. Tough     23
Rev. C. W.  Houghton stpd., b J.
Tough     3
C. S. Cooke b W. Pegg  2
Menzies, not out     2
Extras     12
Total    106
CENTRAL  METHODISTS.
T. Smith, not out  9
S. Heal c Davey. b Welfare  0
S.  Tough  c  Oxike.  b  Welfare   ��� ��� . 3
T. Graham c Houghton, b Welfare 0
P.  H.  Brown  b Welfare     0
W.  Tough c Morris,  b  Welfare   - - 0
W. Pegg t> Welfare    2
S. Tough b Judd  1
W.  Stevenson, run out  0
H. Skuse, not out  1
H. Taylor b Welfare  1
Extras    2
Total
1.
-(01-
PRISONER   SAYS CHIEF
HELPED HIM  ESCAPE
Cobalt. One, Aug. 1- .rchibald Mc
Call, formerly chief of police of Hai-
leybury, was arrested at Englehart
y Bterday on a charge of allowing a
prisoner under his charge to escape
in July, lflOS. Th<- prisoner declared
h. gave the chief $45, McCall deni-s
tn,. charge, and claims that M. Dro-
<-v-.,i escaped with the aid of friends
who smashed a hole through th.- lav
atory, Th ex-chief was remand'-.i
until tomorrow on $2000 ball,
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
I
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
NOTICE TO HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
ESTABLISHED.
1891
INCORPORATED
1905.
Applications from persons desiring
to be 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
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
6EASON.
Program changed Monday, Weo-
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
(or ladles and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. m.
a++++++44+++444444444444444+++++++++++++++++++a44+++
FOR SALE.
I Blacksmith   Shop
AND
| OUTFIT COMPLETE
I
-n*v-
This is a great opportunity for anyone
desirous of securing a good business.
For full particulars apply to
w
I
x ror iun particulars apply to ji
j F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. I
haah+hhh++++++++++++++++++m+aa++++++++++++++++++++++t
STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT  SATURDAY.
Complete Clearance of All
Lines of
Summer
EMPHATIC PRICE REDUCTIONS DURING THE NEXT FEW WEEKS. TRIMMED HATS. READY
TO-WEAR SHAPES, WASH HATS AND STRAW SAILORS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION MUST GO
IMMEDIATELY CLEARED   OUT TO MAKE ROOM FOR THE NEW    FALL    GOODS    NOW    ON   THE
WAY.
LADIES' TRIMMED HATS,
$3.50  EACH
Twenty-seven only, ladies' trimmed
hats at this low price���a pric- thnt
means less than half in almost every
instance. Regular values Iti.jo to
$10.00.    On    -le today, each   $3.50
LADIES' STRAW SAILORS,
50c  EACH.
A complete clearance of these P��p-
..       . ��� _.,.. - ,.���       _>-_,���...v.        ���.        .������_��_       I _-
ular every-day sailors takes place today In the millinery section. Regular values 75c to $2.00 each. On sale
today, each 50c
BROKEN   RANGES OF
FLOWERS,   FOLIAGE  AND
TRIMMINGS,
of    every    description    at  a decided
lowering of price.
CHILDREN'S   WASH   HATS,
STRAW SAILORS AND
GALATEAS,
at reductions of 25 to 50 per cent.
LADIES' WASH  SKIRTS
$1.25  EACH
Regular $1-75 and $2.00  Values.
Twenty-five only ladies' attractive
and serviceable summer wash skirts
made from white duck and pique, On
sale today at this low price. Each
skirt is made in a well defined style
ear-fully cut and put together in the
best manner. Made in 7 and . gored
effect. Some are trimmed With embroidery insertion. Lengths -'IS to
42 inch.s. Regular values $1.75 and
$2.00.      Now on gale, each   $1.25
LACES,
8c PER YARD.
Regular 10c to 15c.
One lot of Torchon and German,
English and French Valenciennes
laces In odd ends and widths to clear.
Regular values 10c, 12%c and 15c. On
sale  today  jfl.r  yard    8c
LADIES'  WHITE   BLOUSES,
95c  EACH
Regular $1.25 to $175 Values.
A complete clearano,. of sutiumY
blouses In the ready-to-wear seciioa
at 95c each ia offered. a loi ol
white cambric and mul| muslin blouses neatly trimmed with Valencli nn I
lace or embroidery, also a range of
lawn waists with allover embroidered
fronts and tucked backs; others with
dainty yokes and high Gibson colla
another range of tailored shlrtwalsti
instrlped and si>otted prints wi h
yokes and stiff collars. All sizes,
Regular values $1.25 to $175 To
clear,  each    95c
SPECIAL SHOWING OF
LADIES* WASH  COLLARS,
35c   EACH.
Hundreds of attractive summer
collars of lace, linen, lawn, and muslin, in all the newest styles. Special reductions have been mads l,n
many odd lines which serve to matte
the showing al] the more comprehensive.
NEW LACE COLLARS
AT 45c EACH
Ten dozen Oriental nnd guipure
lace collars with plain or lat'e edge.
cream and  white.      Each    45c
SEVERAL  NEW  PATTERNS  IN
CREAM   MADRAS   MUSLIN,
40c TO 85c PER YARD
The first arrivals to ha" l Bhowlng
the newest designs and effects in this
popular curtain material Bine, cleat
patterns ami material ls of excellent
quality, widths are 45 and 50 inches.
LACES AT
5c PER YARD
A splendid assortment of service-
ably, laces to be had at this low price.
All new patterns. Regular values Be
to 10c, on sale, per yard 5c

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