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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
WESTMINSTER, B. C. FRIDAY MORNING  AUGUST 13   1
909.
FIVE CENTS PET? COP. I
BURNABY ACRfAGE
CHANGES HANDS
WILL  WORK  OVERTIME.
gig Turnover of Suburban
Realty Yesterday - Consideration of $150,000.
What Is probably the largest deal in
suburban vai estate ever pulled
Jbrougli In this province was brought
l0 a close yesterday, when seven
bundrfd and thirty-six acres of the
choicest land in Burnaby, formerly
tbe property of John Hendry, was
turned over to Capt. James Inman ol
London. England.
Five District Lots.
The land In question comprises the
tb0leof district lots ati, 57, 68 14.1 and
uj Group 1, New- Westminster dispel It is situated on the John-
(loii* road, and has a gentle southerly
slope, down toward Burnaby Jake.
lue soil is deep and rich, and this,
��it_ the southern exposure, makes
tbe land of lhe greatest value for fruit
raising ami general farming purposes.
The land bas heen for the most pari
logged over, and is now covered with
lemiid growth timber; there Is, how-
ever. In places, still some valuable
timber standing.
The sal. was put through
Walker, of   Walker Bros.,
known real  estate  firm    of
and South Vancouver.
To Settle  Land.
Tapt Inman left a few days ago on
his way to England, and Hi,, deal was
completed  for  him  hy   his   agents   in
Vancouver.     No statement has  been
made as to th,. Intentions of the pur-
Chaser, but it Is understood that steps
will be laken  in  the  near  future   toward making the land suitable for BeL
dement and  that   an   elaborate  campaign will be Inaugurated for the se-
j curi.ig ol the very  best  class  of  settlers.
The consideration   Is  said   to  have
been in the neighborhood of $io0,000.
Fraser  River  Mills  Are  Now  Running
At High Pressura.
The Fraser River Mills have b. n
compelled by the pressure of orders
ito run extra time and comm nv ���
i tliis week the ''ig mill is turning oul
[lumber until 9 o'clock at nighi [i
,1s expected that even this time will
.have to be extended, a.s the demand
for lumber for shipment to other
i parts of the world Increases.
I The town of Fraser Mills is growing
rapidly in size, new bouses for the
'employees, numbering about five hundred, and their families, being continually added. A large roo
house for the bachelors and a viiul-
some club house are under com
uon, the- latti-r being almost com
pleted.
BETTER EQUIPMENT
FOR TEACHING SCIENCE
School Board Makes Valuable Addition to Apparatus
Of Chemical Laboratory.
STRIKERS EXCHANGE
SHOTS WITH POLICE
DANGEROUS CROSSINGS
Eight Are Wounded By Revolver Bullets at Fort
William.
CIVIC UNDERTAKINGS
PKOIEEU APACE
Work Goes
Street S;
Rapidly    Ahead  on  First
wer and Glen  Bridge���
Plans  for Columbia   St.
��� ements  In  th.   equipmcpi   of
,ii ai us possessed  by  the
Royal  City   High   School,   which   will
eon .      tbi)   Increase     the   efficiency
of  '��� iction  In chemistry  were
anno u  < _ at the meeting of the board
of school trustees held last evening.
Instal   Three   Tables.
Th. riii-i of these Improvements is
the  Installation    of    the  three  large
tabl s for chemical work in the High
School laboratory.     These tables are
fitted with water taps, sinks. gas fixture-, including a dozen Hansen burners, and mi.boards for holding a full
outfli  ..i  chemical  apparatus, and  in
'fact  everyth ng requisite for the students in  ih.-mis; ry.      Each  table will
accommodate eight   students,  the  >n
Fort William. Ont., Aug. 12��� Shortly after noon today a battle royal occurred between the Canadian Pacific
si ii.ii constables and the strikers,
Shots   flew
Secretary  of    Board  of  Trade     Takes
Takes Matter Up With G. N. R.
Secretary , Wadi- of th_ board Ol
lead., yesterday Intevlewe. officials
of the Ureal Northern Railway Company With r-l.TP-nce to certain complaints which have been made of dangerous crossings In the citv and tbe
neighborhood of the North "road. The
mai ter had be-n already taken up
with the company, but they reply
that they are unable to remedy the
evils complained of.
(t is expected that specific cases
be   brought   to  th..-  attention  of
SALMON REMAIN
SCARCE IN ERAStrt
Traps Across Line However
Take More Than American
Canners Can Well Handle.
will
the railway commission during iheir
next visit to the const. n |s under
measurements   and   other
by Ii. G.
the well
Burnaby
The construction of th. First street
Bewer is proceeding apace, but cannot
'be- competed until the arrival of the
iron pipe for the outfall at the foot
of Albert Crescent, making thL. connection with the river. Tbe pipe Is
laid as fur as Sl. Anne street, and on
Wellington street, and Columbia as
far as Merlvale street. The work
is being rushed with all possible
speed.
The Glen bridge is about one-third
built and is also being pushed to completion.
A section plan of Columbia street,
as it will lie if the money bylaw for
the Improvements of the main street
of the city carries. |.- being prepared
by City Engineer Blackman and
shows a smooth highway with a row
of ornamental Iron poles down the
centre carrying the wires for the
street cars clusters of arc lights on
the edges of broad concrete walks,
and room for three vehicles on either
side of the street between the sidewalk and the car tracks.
JW thick and fast and eight ffi ' ,,!, .
men were wound.-d. The trouble
���,: ' a when the special conBtabl-es
tr .-il to return to their work after
lunch the strikers refusing to let them
g'p back to their posts. Due of the
constables pulled a gun and then the
trouble started and guns appeared as
it' by magic. The police fired and a
man dropped. In a second men appeared from every doorway and a fu-
Bllade of revolver shots was directed
at the Canadian Pacific police. As
far as can b,- ascertained eight of
the C. P. It. police were wounded
three  of  them   fatally   while  at   I.-asi
stood   that
dala will be obtained during thn next
>'s ami placed before tin- board
of trade at their next meeting. The
city council will also be requested to
act in the matter.
ROYAL CIT. WILL
GET ,.11111 PUBLICITY
novation   thus    providing    room  for th..�� of the strikers were hit by the
twenty-four students In all.
lm addition to this a number of
oth, r improvements in the scientific
equipment of the High School building wer..- announced.
bullets of the police
The   wounded   were  as   far  as  can
he  ascertained:       Sergt.   Taylor,  ciiy
police   force,     slight;   C.   M.   Dickeii-
ison,     Daily     Times    Journal,   slight;
Chief of Canadian Pacific Police Ball,
��� last of the vacancies in the l^lT'V. U. ,MomeT> ,C' TCat'
teaching staff was filled at last .van-13��_.' re. br"k"n: JaC, , LwK''
in.'s meeting, by th, accepting of the!sllght n"'keils<"' Is a well known
application p.i D. H. Lowther, a Nova neW8pap!.rma?'_ ���._     ���
r   for   a   position   in   the       wl       Mounted  Rifles Going.
Winnipeg,    Aug.    12.���Orders were
Is Now  Included in  Heaton's Commer-
cia|   Register,  Which   Has  Wide
Circulation.
Fill Last Vacancy,
last    of    the vacancies
Looks Suspicious.
Salonlca, Aug. 12.���Suffering from
asevere attack of angina pectoris, Abdul Hamid. former sultan of Turkey,
Is expecti-d to die at any moment.
Tun-., surgeons have been Called from
Constantinople and are preparing to
0| rate on Abdul today, with taint
hope of saving his life.
State betag deposed  by the upris-,rlv��d her�� Ms morning passengers on
. Young Turks,  th.-  former! board  the  White  Star Dominion Line
BRITISH   ENGINEERING
STUDENTS VISIT CANADA
Quebec, Aug. 12.���A party of British
University   engineering   students    ar-
In
Bultanihas oeen imprisoned tn a palace |"Megsntic"   The engineers are trav-
"eedeYS _�� 111' ... Ul"''' W"�� BUC*'*Mn_ under the direction of Mr. Nu-
" "'"' ��" '"" thr��"e gent,   M.   Clougher,   C.G.I., F-R.G-S.,
1 who Is the organizer of the trip by
which the British students Will visit
the most Important engineering plants
of Canada. As the guests of the Q-
R. L & P. company, th-e students vis
Ited Montmorency Fails this afternoon. Tbey left Quebec tonight tor
Montreal, and then continue 'heir trip
to the following places; Ottawa, Pet-
.rboro, Cobalt. Muskoka. St. Catherines, Startford, Sarnia Don Ion, Barnt-
ford    HamiltPU   and  Toronto.
Iff PALACE NOW       !
READ. FOI HARRIMAN
Stands on Historic Heights���Strangers
Cannot Get Within Five Miles
of Housj.
���Vew York.  ,\���g.   12.���When   B.   H.
Harriman  returns   from   Europe   next
J"on,|> il will be to occupy one of the
Mest country residences ln America.
'. finishing touches are being placed
n .:,. bouse, which
""'���   near   Arden
elevation   of
flashed  durin
WOMAN  PLAYS GHOST
AND VICTIM   KILLS HER
st;_.ids on  Tower
NY.      Prom   this
IOOp   feet   signals   were
Colonial   and   Revolu-
A.
roads
Scranton, I'a., Aug. 12.���Miss Bridget Nolan, an elderly womai who lived In North Scranton. was slain with
a cobblestone early yesterday by .lohn
P, Dean, a neighbor. Demi Is under
arrest and admits the kill-ng. He de
clares that the woman met death
while playing ghost,
Dean   said   thai   On   account   of  the
is constructed  warm  weather   Monday  night   he (|i���'
not  feel like going to bed, so he sal
outside   bis   small   store     A   woman
dressed In white came up, jabbed him
in   the   stomach   with   a   broom   stick
and struck him across the arm.    He
picked  up  a  stone  and  hit   her.    She
t.ll  ami   Dean   gave himself  up to a
ap-  policeman,
es to the |    Miss Nolan owned the building   oc-
permission),     Besides   cupled  by Dean,    Sh.. was clothed in
the   house  iiicluil.-s a   a  night   gown   only,  and  in   this  garb
uonary daya of the approach of  th
(n'">-  Mr. Harriman
? ~ '���"������ mansion  costing  mor.-  than
��n   the   summit   or  this   lull
" 0VI ''looking   a   remarkable   bind
'"|| includes a beautiful lake
iUl-1
vera! rivers
Mr.  Harriman   <b sires   privacy,
'   purchased   the    surrounding
thai   strangers   cannoi
YY' *_Rrer than iiv,- mil
��� wlthoui
"''"���r nov h es
large
a !��� swimming pool.
hud   frightened   Dean.
i position in the ',
New Westminster schools. Mr. Low-1
llii-r will probably take one of the1
rooms in the Hoys' Centra] School.
Many ReDairs.
Reports were read in the course ot
the meeting as to the progress of divers repairs and Improvements around
the schools- It was reported that the
lloors had been renewed in Several
of the rooms in the Boys' Central
school, and that several of the ceilings had been replastered. The old
steps in fron* of the High School have
been removed, ami replaced by others,
tetter in every way, while the water
pipes have been dug up, and replaced
at a lower level. This step has been
taken to prevent any repetition of last
winter's trouble when many of the
pipes froze.
A representative of Heaton's Commercial Agency of Toronto called
upon Secretary Wade of the board of
trade yesterday with reference to the
Iiiii) issue of Heatcu's Commercial
Handbook of Canada and the amplification of tht.. descriptive wrltenp of |
SUIT FOR DAMAGES
AGAINST MEAT TRUST
Three Chicago  Packing   Firms Nam:
in  Suit for $1,500,000 Under
Anti-trust Act.
New York Aug. 12.���Armour _ Co.
Swift & Co-, and Morris & Co., the
Chicago packers, are named today as
defendants in a complaint filed under
the provisions of the Sherman antitrust act, by the minority stock holders of the New York Butchers Dn ssed
Meat Company, who seek to recover
$1,500,0011 damages. The complaint is
the tint move In a sui-. originally made
two years ago. and it is essentially a
protest against the majority management of the company's affairs, whieli
it is averred, lias been dictated by the
pacaers ever since 1907, when '.ip'.v
bought a controlling interest and seated  iheir own  directors.
received from Ottawa this afternoon |
for the Royal Canadian Mounted rifles to leave by special train immediately for Fort William, where serious
riots are occurring between special
constables and striking dock laborers.
New  Westminster  which  has already
Tin- fishermen experienced another
poor day yesterday, the average catch
reported at local canneries yesterday
afternoon, being below 100. The fisli-
'���nii-n were, however, encouraged by
reports of better catches toward tba
mouth of the river, and it ig anticipated that when the tide started to
run. sockeye would become more
plentiful In the upper river. Judging
from reports received lasi night ;t
looks as if the catch last night would
| be fair, although by no nip-ans equal
to thai of the beginning of the week.
Tin- canners do not expect that lire
| sockeye will run to any very considerable   extent   until   Sunday   night.
Traps Are Wasteful.
That thia traiis on the American
I side an- responsible for the Pl)or
'catches in the river is now an assured
Ifact. While the fishermen in the
Fraser have been getting small hauls,
Ithe traps around Bellingham and in
tli-e gulf have been taking mor,.- tisli
iban they can possibly handle, and
despatches received by way of Seattle
from Bellingham are to the effect that
thousands will have to be allowed Ip>
go to waste.
Hard upon this announcement
comes the statement that the Amer
ican trappers are refusing to observe
been forwarded. He expressed satis- the weekly close season. Fishermen
faction at the receipt of the descrlp- wno returned to Vancouver from the
tion, considerable difflcfflulty having l.banks yesterday stated that they bud
been experienced in obtaining reliable [kept a watch on the traps an] had
data in former years, when there was | found that they were all down during
BITTEN  BY  MAD DOG
BRANTFORD BOY MUST DIE
Brantford, Ont., Aug. 12.���Advices
have been received from the Pasteur
Institute, New York, that owing to
the lapse of time before treatment
was administered, there is
for the three-year-old eon
Martin, Elgin street. He was bitten
here hy a mad dog. Three weeks
passed before the analysis of the
dogs head was made.
LARGE LOANS WILL
NOT AFFECT CREDIT
no perman.-nt publicity commissioner.
'Ibis is the lirst time that Heaion's
bave sent a representative so far west
aud marks ihe growing importance of
the coast in the eyes of easterners.
Vancouver and Victoria i oth promised
liberal support and with that giveu
by New Westminster justified the expenditure for the trip which will prob-
l:io hope; ably be an annual ..vent In the future.
of B.-rt I Thirty thousand copies of the handbook were published this year, of
which 21.000 were circulated in the
United Kingdom. The governments
of Alberta and Saskatchewan gave
large orders. The Dominion government, through the minister of the interior,  has  also   promised  support.
what should have been the clos
son.
This    discovery    has    created   tbe
greatest indignation among fishermen
tContinued on Page Five).
MGR. DONTENWILL
FAILS TO ARRIVE
IS   POPULAR   RESORT.
Standard Says Recent Canadian Flota.
tions Were Handled in Best
Possible Manner.
George Denmark, of Belleville, died
while on his way to visit liis daughter, a nurse In the Royal Victor.a
hospital, Montreal. He collapsed in
the street and a student picked him
up and took him to the hospital ii.i a
cab. But lu died ��i thi way. and
the daughter, who was waiting to welcome him, Identified the body as tha
Of her lather.
London, Aug. 12.���Discussing Canada's borrowings, the Standard says
that these flotations should be effected without producing the slightest effect upon Canadian credit albeit the lareg lines of stock that had
to be temporarily taken by underwriters are sufficient tesiimoney to the
judgment of those who refused to be
bustled into bringing out Canadian
loans at a "popular"' price simply because borrowing operations w-ere on a
large scale. Had not the entire market for high-class investment stocks
been adversely affected by the weakness of consols and the rush for foreign loans carrying high rates of Interest, there is no doubt that Cana la
would have done even belter than she'
The  fact   that   throughout   the
Many   Royal  City  People  Spend  Summer at Sunnyside.
A returned camper from Sunnyside.
the popular summer village across
Burrard Inlet from Pori Moody,
states that cne half of the objections
which some of th�� campers had to
this pleasant spot centred around tie-
trip across the water with their household goods. For their enlightenment
he asked that it be made known ibat
there exists a good wagon road from
Port Moody around tlie head of the
inlet Into the camp.
There are now a large number of
campers on the inlet and Sunnyside
amongst those whom the visitor noticed while there being Mesdames J-
E. Phillips, J. R. Gilley, T. J. Trap]..
J. S. Bryson. J. Johnstcu, J. P. Bowell. S. A. Fletcher, H. P. Latham,
G. O. M. Doekrill, Messrs. II- . A.
Burnett,  L.   A.   Lewis,  C.   Roseburgh,
|M. W, Minthorne, C. J. Hoult, H. McDonald.      Many of the campers were
I accompanied  by their  families.
Preparations  Had  Been  Made f��r His
Reception In the City Yesterday
Evening.
Archbishop Dontenwill, Superior-
General of the Oblate order, and until recently Bishop of New Westminster, failed to arrive yesterday as ex-
I pected, upsetting to som�� extent the
plans made for his reception by the:
\ local Roman Catholics. The archbishop was last heard fro mwheu in
bishop was last heard from when in
would be in tlie city on his last visit
on Tuesday of this week, following a.
trip to Texas. It is thought that he
was unavoidably delayed and that he
will arrive In a day or two. The
plans for his reception win sUll be
adhered to, but it will be necessary
to delay at least twenty-four hours
after definite information of the time
of arrival in order to make final arrangements. The city council has
Leeu invited  to  participate.
has
^eriod just reviewed her credit bus
remaned so high is likely to materially assist any loan operations t.-hich
are  yet  to < ome.
START WORK MONDAY.
Ready
to
English Climber Will
Scale Lofty Mountain
. Winnipeg, Aug. 12.���Geoffrey Hast-
ni?- of Bradford, England, on-,- of the
m<)s' famous mountaineers alive, the
Maler or the most difficult summits In
Asia and Africa, is off to try
on his enterprise by four others and
on*, of the most skilled Swiss guides
L Stennett Ames, an undergraduate
of All Souls College, Oxford Untver
sity and his brother, both famous
climbers, are members    Of the party
"'"elusions with  M<mni  Robson   the  the  latter having  come  straight
-llft'lOS. - _ " _ __ _      __. _  _���_._ 1...
Sliest mountain ln Canada.
Hastings win    b�� accompanied
���
,    Street Ca    Accident.
"bile running    down  Lons-
uaie avenue, North Vancouver,
yesterday afternoon,    a    street
'ar carrying seventeen passen-
f 's  suddenly   got  beyond   the
''���"' roi  of  the   motorman   and
as.ied down the hill on to the
to
wh
<in
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"I at the foot of the street,
'he wharf it overturned,
'"|U<K Into the water, which is
not deep at that point. The
motorman was injured about
"" head, but beyond a shaking
P all tlie passengers escaped
without Injury.
Canada from South Africa, when he
heard of the proposal to surmount
Canada's greatest peak.
The party arrived at 'he Grand
Trunk Pacific offices with instructions from C. H. Hays, the presideni
of the company, whom they met. in
London, and everything has been done
to help them.
It was pointed out that Mount Rob-
son, which is 13,700 feet above the sea
level, rises sheer 10,750 feet from the
plain to the summit al an Incline aver
aging sharper than sixty degrees, but
the prospect of difficulties seemed to
spur the  visitors.
They will proceed to ihe tool or tne
mountain, via Edmonton and the >''i-
lowhead pass; and from thence along
th-e survey route of the Transcontinental. 'When the d T.I'. Is completed a magnificent view oi thl- majestic mountain will be secured from
the trains which run at Its very foot.
WANT ROVAL CITV
TO GET INTO LINE
Three hundred electric workers,
membi rs of tlu- Montreal union, have
gone on strike. They haw been get-
tin giliiriy cents an hour and demanded ten cents more.
IMMIGRATION LAWS
DRIVE WOMAN INSANE
Fruhling   Is   Now     Almost
Make Dirt Fly.
The work of readjusting and refitting the engines and machinery of the
Dominion Government dredge Fruhling is now almost completed, and
the vessel will In all probabilitj I avi
pori for the Bandheads on Monday
of the coming week.
Th.- liivs were relighted in the furnaces yesterday, and steam was got
up. The dredge has been thoroughly
ovrhauled during ber stay In port,
unit is now ill lirsi rate shape to do
. llicient   work.
St. Kits' Factory Burned.
St. Catherines, Aug. 12.���Tbe Ontario Pure Food Canning factory, belonging to the Amalgamated Canners,
limited, and probably the largest canning factory i��n the Niagara fruit belt,
wa_ destroyed by fire this morning.
The cause seems to be a complete mystery, as nobody bas been found who
can give any idea of the origin. Coming as it does right in the middle of
ihe fruit season, the loss will be a severe blow to the company, The fire
throws a large number of men and
girls out of work. The loss will be
about $75,000 and is covered by iu-
surance, though what companies are
affected cannoi yet be ascertained.
The fire stalled in som.- Of Uie wooden buildings used tor husking peas.
etc., and spread to the mam building;
with such rapidity thai the firemen,
although ihey worked heroically, could
do little else but watch It burn.
London  Chamber of Commerce Would  Complexity of  Regulations at  Interna
Inoculate New Westminster with
Naval  Scare Virus.
tional  Boundary Line Prove Too
Much for Foreigners.
Ugdensburg, X.Y., Aug. 12.���Driven
insane by thi- complexities of immigration requirements, Mrs. Ann Kul-
jaj left here tonight in charge of a
government   inspector  for   New  York,
A letter has been received by the
secretary of the board of trade from
the chamber of commerce of London.
England, calling the attention of the
citizens of    Western    Canada to  the
question of naval and military defence | whence she will be deported to ner
for the empire, with particular rel--r���_���___ in Austria. Three months ago
ence to the State of the navy as ap- hflr 15 year old daughter and herself
plying to Canada. A verbatim rei.ort (were passed at New York and P'*r-
of the address of Admiral U>rd |mitted to buy tickets for Lailysinitu,
Char'vs Beresford,    delivered  on  the
caslon of a dinner in his honor by
Advanced Views Embroil
Journalist With the Church
B.C., where they were to join ih ��� husband and gather. But at Prescott,
Ont., tbey were turned back by Canadian officers on the ground that they
had not sufficient funds
make herself understood, the mother
lost   her   reason,  and  has   since  been
here.
igree
London, "f the alleged unpreparedness  to admit the daughter, and sh
of Britain's navy for war, of depleted  s .it  io join her father.
Stores   of   coal,   and   ammunition,   oi I ���_
the lack of a stratlglca] department at | The Canadian Northern short line
tY admiralty, wid the addition of from Montreal to Quebec 'will be
16,000 employees. .opened this month.
OC'
Ihe   chamber   of   commerce,   was   ai
tached.      The  admiral  has  been   In
vited  by  the  local  board  of trade  ip
visit   New  Westminster on  his com
ing  tour  through  the  Canadian  west
and  is expected to tell here, as In his  confined   j���   the  state  hospital
speech    at   the    Merchants'   Hall   'u|The  Canadian  authorities  now
Montreal. Aug. 12��� Ther. is a great
deal of Interest here over the recent
action of the French-Canadian Artisan's Association, an orthodox body, in
.rejecring from its membership G-
Langlols, tho Liberal M.P.P. for St.
Ivouis division, and a man of advanced
Ideas in social matters, as fell as Geo.
Beauleau, the paid secretary of the
society at $2"i0tl per annum.
it appears that although Mr. L>ang-
lols was Invited some months ago to
join the association, a season of stock
taking was ushered in by the executive, with the result that decree weni
Unable to forth that every man whose orthodoxy
was not above suspicion must go.
Mr. Langlois says he paid his dues
regularly,  hut  whan  he  weni   to  London to attend the Imperial Press Con
will be  f. rence bis name was struck from the
list of members.
tt is also learned that Secretary
Beauleau had been writing articles of
an anti-clerical nature In some of the
French   weeklies,  and  the  story  goes
that tlie Archbishop of Montreal learned that the advanced articles in La
Semaine, which was placed under the
ban on Saturday last, were from his
pen.
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, ���
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  le* thr. neonu _n_.A/ 9nuiku. -u��... i.   _ ���_ ./ .   -  ,,
..,        , ..        " _     .. /        _        . PeoPle know anything about it, he would not sei    any.      You  must tell  the people what vou have to sell   whv they should    purchas*   from    _���
thing of the value you offer them in  return for the r money.      Too manv nf _���  h__. ��������� ,h. _._������ ���.  fui__i_      _  ,   _ _ _ ;' y  u n  ve l0       '���       y        y _puuiu    purgnase   trom   you,   and   ��_���,_
y        '00 many of us have 90t the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  In  business everyone mu��< of n cesslty   know   all   about
wares.      Use the  advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the tlme��.
Us   and   our
WANTED.
WANTED ��� POSITION COOKING
and housework by Japanese. Box
545, City.
WANTED���TO
nished house,
flee.
RENT,      A      FOR,
Apply at News O-
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE, LOTS
in Kiisllano (Vancouver) and Hastings townsite for good lot In New
Westminster, close in. Address P.
O.  Box 565, City.
WANTED���A NURSE GIRL.    APPLY
Mrs.  (Dr,)  Jones, Royal avenue.
WANTED���PIANO OR VIOLIN EES-
spiiv iii part payment for room and
hoard; will pay $4.50 for two meals
and room. \S'. Howard, Crystal
Theatre.
WANTED���TWO JUNIOR CLERKS;
musl have High School certificates.
Apply Roya] Han't of Canada.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OE
Dickens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R4S1.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES  &  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suourban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD.. REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. 0   drawer 100.
LOST.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
line   pearl     missing. Please re
turn to Daily News offlce.
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 llmlis; electric light, hot and cold water, bath.
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
ELECTRICAL WORKS
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FEED   AND   BREAKING   STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT.
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 30S. P. O. Box 874.
Rp'iil estate and insurance. Money
to   loan.   714   Columbia Street.
LOST���ON  SS. TRANSFER, SATUR-
day, July 24, gold chain with Heart- [
shaped  pear]  attached.      Return to i
Daily  News Offlce.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO   RENT���2   FURNISHED   ROOMS
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN G. W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT-
C.uichon Block.    Telephone 338.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
for     light     housekeeping.
"Daily News," Office.
Apply I
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE. FOR-
nished bedrooms; reasonable terms;
82-S Royal avenue.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office: Room 7, Ham.
bly block, P. O. box 795.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. Q. Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,  B.   C.  LAND  SUR-
- tveyor.     Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY  STABLE.
*_
RING UP    250    FOR    HACKS AND
smart  turnout.    The  Fashion   Stables.
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HO_S_,
wild bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street. 2H0 Eleventh street.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���1 AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O, New Westminster.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
I WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens-
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guarantee..
DYERS  AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers a��d dyers, 345 Columbia street,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt and dust is removed from the
fibre���not pressed ln. Goods called
for and delivered.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
I. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, aud Sanitas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street, New Westminster.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLBTS 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 nnd solicitors, Blackle block,
Columbia street, Xew Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office Is at Xo. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY. BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opi>oslte the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News Block, Sixth street.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  Xew Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
STENOGRAPHY    <_    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM     7,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province offlce, Columbia stre.'t.     Phone 62.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-
_la    street. Firts-class     moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
TAILORS.
GALVIX, LADIES' AXD MEN'S TA1-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just In. Button making, press-
Ing and repairing. Room 0, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson  st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Hrookes, proprietor. Works; Corner Eleventh
nnd car line. P. O. box 254, pnont-
473.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENEFIT _.
soclation, Lord of u,,.  iY    .AS-
191���Me_ts on  the firui    ...tai1-
Tuesday of evi
lirst
and tiiirj
ha_. ���_M��Tfiaay��7
30ARD OF TRADE SEw^Z?
minster Board of Tra .' _Zt. i _?
board room, City Hall a, fni. "���
Third Thursday of _a_h Y",:
quarterly meeting ���.." ,���.,no��.
Thursday of February May ., "*
and November, at j 7 ?
meetings on the -hi-I T,,^���
February. New members ,������. .
proposed and elected tl ;Uly �����
ly or quarterly m eting.
Stuart-Wade, secretary
C. a
O. O. F.-ROYAL CITY _(^.
No. 3-Meets In Oddfellow jj
Columbia street, every Fri__, even
lng at S o'clock Visiting lm���
win be made welcome, Q _ WY
X. G; C. E Osborne, P.,',^.
Ing secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL S0CI__1E_
Include the Union Lodge, So, S _.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon uxty
Xo. 17, A. F. and A. M.: 1. _ _'
Xo. 1150; L. O. L, Xo. 1593; Court I
Sapperton, Xo. 4683, i. o. ..; c,.
F. Court Westminster s'o. 33..
Brotherhood of Owls. Ne.    n0 zj, I
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE,!
The condition of the old bridge UI
not considered safe for vr-hlculirl
traffic, and the public generally ani
cautioned against hauling loads <l\
any kind over It
Persons  continuing to do so afti
tl is notice must tak* all the risks <H
themselves.
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Cle;_
dry Hall, Now Westminster, Jti.|
23rd, 1909.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
. O. 0. P.���AMITY LODOE. NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Cnatham. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE XO. 3
���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tuesday In each month. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room. A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block, Clarkson streei.
COURT BRUNETTE, XO. 4099. I.O.K.
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at 8 o'clock, in the small
hall. Oddfellows' block.
SECOND-HAND STORE.     j FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLLS,
~" * ��/n~>^~%~-^v^v~-^v~-v^-.      Aerie No. 20.���Meets every Tuesday
WE BUY AXD SELL FURNITURE ] evening at S p.m. In ihe Eagles
and all kinds of new and second- hall, Columbia street. J. N. Altch-
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram [ eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secre-
ofllce. tary.
Opera  House  Bookings.
Aug.   14.���Burns-Johnston   pictures,
Sept. :..���Polly of the Circus.
Sept.  16.���Knight  for a Day,
Sept. 18.���The Tim,. Place and '.ne I
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Days.
Oct. fl.���In Wyoming,
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle,
Oct.  18.���David  Ha  u
Oct. 20.���O.    Henry's    New  "yn
"Lo."
Oct. 27.���Carter the Magician,
Oct. 28���The Climax
Nov. 1  and 2.���The Shepherd Kli*
Nov.  4.���Parisian   M- l-
Nov.  19.���Human   Hearts
Nov.   22.���Forty-five    Minutes from j
Broadway.
Dec.   1,���In   Dreamland.
MAKE YOUR APKcAL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The Morning Paper.
FLOOD DEVASTATES
MEXICAN VAELEY
DOCTOR DISCOUNTS
TOE PLAGUE THEORY
Six Hundred Homes Are Destroyed and Fourteen People Lose Lives.
Monterey, Mex-, Aug. 12.���Fourteen
lives are known to have been lost
and property valued at hmdreds of
thousands of dollars destroyed in this
city early today by an overflow of the
Santa Catarlna river.
Some estimates place the number
���of dead as high as fifty. The exact
figure will never be known, as the
district known as San Lulsite, where
most of the damage occurred, Is inhabited mostly by the poorer classes
���anid many occupied houses that were
washed away.
More than 600 houses were demolished in this one district and practically all those left standing are more
or less damaged.
Many families lost all their possessions. The Monterey bathhouse was
flooded and one man lost his life in
the big swimming pool. Houses
throughout the lower sections of the
city were flooded. The electric light
plant was damaged, as was the power plant of the street railway system.
The rain continues and another flood
is expected in the river before morning.
The national railway lines are again
tied up on account of the washouts
north and south of this city, and no
trains have arrived since Tuesday.
The telegraph service with Laredo,
via the railroad wlreB, is cut off, and
the damage to that section cannot be
ascertained.
Thinks  Disease  Not There  and  Says
Man Died of Blood
Poison.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up $4,700,000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New
Westminster, B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE, Manager.
Portland, Or.,  Aug.  12.���"There  's
not on-e chance in a thousand of there
being   bubonic   plague    in   Portland,"
declared Dr. Ralph C.  Matson,  state
bacteriologist,   today.      "The   guinea
pigs    that    were    inoculated    Sunday
! night   to    determine    the   diseuse  of
I which John McCarthy died, show absolutely no signs of having contracted
the deadly malady."
Some slight evidence of blood poison were found in the pigs this morning and Dr. Matson declared that lt is
'highly probable that a violent attack
'of blood poison killed McCarthy.
I "From a clinical siandpoint," continued Dr. Matson, "the autopsy held ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Jon the remains of McCarthy supported [by directing you to the store where
In and out of  town accounts soli
cited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
THE   VERY
LATEST
IN
THING
1
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
the  theory  of his having
I to an attack of the plagu
succumbed
    but there
are many other diseases that could
have left McCarthy's body In the same
condition that lt was found arter
death, and, coupled with the fact that
the guinea pigs show no signs of the
disease, I think it th-e remotest possibility that the man died of the plague.
It is true that this malady sometimes
takes flve days to develop after inoculation, but that also ls a remote pos-
BlbfTHy."
The inoculated animals are- examined several times a day by the stat-e
bacteriologist, and a careful watch
will be kept over them until the full
Inoculatlor period of five days has
passed,
SOUTH  AFRICAN  WARRANTS
ARE ALMOST COMPLETED NOW
Arretted in New York.
New  York,   Aug.   12.���James   How
ard,  lil   years old, of  326 West  41lrd I
Street,  Is   belnjr  held  at  police  head-'
quarters  to  await  the  action  of  the j
chief of police of Ottawa, Canada.   He
is suspected of being the fourth man
implicated In the diamond robbery at
the Canadian capital, who escaped.
Ottawa, Aug. 12.���According to returns just Issued the mllltla department has issued 6,375 South African
veterans certificates and the interior
department 6,259 land warrants. This
leaves very few to be issued though
about 8,000 men went to South Africa
some of these were for the second
t��am.
you can see the largest stock of new
and second-hand goods of all kinds in
the city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Com. and see how much more you
can get for your money here than
elsewhere.
Rp-iirlng of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
second-hand store.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel."
Postcards
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED FOLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
8END ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
bifflce 'Pbone 11b.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM DEPOT.
'��JiiBB__��fi��l
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
you will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce.
whether you Intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Emprete of Ireland  August Z7
Empress of Britain ..  ..September 10
For other dates and particulars ap
ply to
E. OOULET,
C P. It. Agent.
6. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill   University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of New Westminster.
OFFICE:
HRE   HALL   No.   1
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER jJ
Manuractarers and Deatere m AU Kmtt* ot
Lumber,   Lath,  Shingle.,   Moulding.,  Sa.h,  Dooft
Interior Fini��h,    Turned Work,   Etc,
Fi.h and Fruit Boxe��.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy GmT
r-r'- rt/BS"
whHP
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Alway. in Stock for Fencing and,_Draining.
������ ��� ��� ��� ��� ���_���
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New We��tmin��ter FR|D*Y
AUGUST 13, 1��09.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THKKB.
CALL
OE SALE
Commencing Today.
We're calling you to a Shoe sale that will appeal to people who know superior shoes, want superior shoes,
and will buy them when sold at such prices as we are now offering them. This sale is not inaugurated for
the purpose of selling shoes of indifferent quality or a shopworn accumulation. No. It's simply our semi-
Annual Clearance Sale of brand new 1909 Summer Shoes which we have on hand, which must be sold to
make room for the coming Fall stock.   OUR SHOES MUST GO.  If the saving of a neat little sum of shoe
money is an object to you, come right to this Shoe Sale and save it.
Here's Your Shoe Opportunity.    Read these Prices:
LADIES' DEPARTMENT
NOTE  THESE   BARGAINS
White  Canvas   Shoes���All     of    our
12.50   and   $3.00   white,   brown    and
""��� ii  Canvas  Shoes,   going   for,  P��r
 $1.50
Empr;ss $5.50 and $4.00  Oxfords, i_i
!.. anil  black, for $2.50
American    Beauty     Ladies'     Patent
Leather Low Shoes, with   brown ooze
lyllsh .4.00 shoe tor . ��� $2.50
Women's   Da  k   Chocolate   Color  $3
Low Shoes for $1-95
Womr-n's Chocolate Kid Turn Sol*
52 75 Low  Shoas  for    $1-75
Special Sale of Women's $1.75 and
$2.00 Canvas Shoes for 95c a pair
Women's $3.50 to $4.50 Lace Boots,
Patents, Gun Metal and Kid; our spe-
C|al price, per pair $2.50.
Young Girls' Low Shoes, with flat
'������'���i all sizes in black and choco
lal��:   regular  $2.50 and   $3.00  values,
f��r  $1.9--,.
Women's   $2.00   Strap   Slippers    for
$1.45.
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SAVE   MONEY   ON
MISSES' AND CHILDREN'S
SHOES
COST IS NO OBJECT WITH US ON
CHILDREN'S SUMMER SHOES. WE
HAVE MADE A DEEP CUT AND
CUT THE PRICES IN TWO. FOR
EXAMPLE   READ   ON:
Misses' Chocolate Blucher Oxfords,
our regular $2.00  lines for $1.25.
Misses' School Boots, the kind we
always sell for $2.00 and $2.50, now
$1.45.
Special cut on Misses' $1.50 White
Canvas Shoes to 85c.
Children's Summer Shoes for almost
nothing.
One whole table full of our best
lines of Children's $1.50, $1 75 and $2
Boots, Slippers and Low Shoes going
for 95c to $1.25 a  pair.
Baby's Shoes size, 2 to 5, our $1.50
lines, for 50c pair.
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OUR
CUSTOM1RS
SWILL
MEN'S DEPARTMENT
HERE'S WHERE WE  LOSE.
Men's White Canvas, Goodysar
Welted Boots, high and low cut, our
$2.75 and $3.00 lines, for a  pair, $1.50.
Men's $4.50 Tan  OxfOrds for $3 00.
Men's $5.50 Patent Leather and Ox
Blood  Oxfords for $3.75.
Young Men's Buck|e Oxfords in tan
and  black, $5.00 goods for $3.50.
Men's "Walkover," "Insctructor'
and "Warwick" Shoes, In button and
lace, patents and tans our $6.00 regulars for $3.95.
Men's $2.50 Brown Canvas Boots,
only a few for $1 50 a pair.
Men's $3.00 to $3.50 Medium Heavy
Work   Boots   for  $2.50.
Men's Canvas Boots, Oxfords and
Bals, for 95s pair.
BOYS BOOTS���We are putting out
some excellent bargains in Boys'
Boots. One table of $2.50 to $3.00
Boys' Boots for per pair $1.50
This is the shoe opportunity of the year, and we hardly think you can afford to miss it.   Our windows are
stocked with shoe bargains and will be lighted late every evening for your inspection.   THESE PRICES
ARE FOR CASH ONLY.
JOHNSTON'S
Big Shoe House, Limited
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, B. C.
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FRIDAY, AUGUST
13, 19Q9.
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publish.
Inp Company, Limited, at their offices,
The Daily News Block, corner of .McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A. Paige Managing  Director
title of Kins on th,. occasion of the
50th anniversary of his accession,
which will occur August 14, 1910. The
report says it is understood that the
Powers will raise no objection to Ins
so doing.
CANADA   HAMMERS FEWER
NAILS IN HER COFFIN
Ottawa, Aug. 12.���There were thirty ,
million loss cigarettes smoked in Can-
lada last year than the year befori-. The i
ideclicie is held  to be entirely among'
boys of 16 years or under.    And to be j
tion   put   through  parliament   by   the |
government during the session of 1900 j
lit   is believed   that   tne  'aw   actually j
  'prevented  the smoking of rom  40  to
^ i.i ji       .���-    ��-,.,i,i������  ���.,���    50  million  cigarettes   by  the  boys of
Falling  to discover    anything  ^^ tll.��� countrv as the L.onsumpU(<1 was ln \
dalotis in the methods of admimstia   creasing  and  if lt  ha(1  not  been  tor
tion,   the  Tory   press  seeks   to   attp-i-  the law there would have been an in- j
feute the general prosperltv  which   -x- crease of  from 10  to 20  millions  Inlets throughout the conutry to causes stead of a decrease of 30 millions. This :
*olB r" 'Is a fair assumption as the consunip-
tioo   was increasing  each  year    and j
during six years prior to 1908 tbe increase  amounted  to  over  75,000,000.
Summer Suits at III Fine Writing Paper
Great Reductions!
FRIDAY, AUGUST 13, 1909.
'LIBERAL FRUITS."
CALL AND INSPECT OUR LINE OF MEN'S SUMMER SUITS.
NOW THAT THE WARM WEATHER IS HERE, WE ARE OF-
FERING THESE AT PRICES THAT WILL MAKE IT WORTH
YOUR WHILE TO TAKE ONE, IF YOU CAN'T WEAR IT OUT
THIS SEASON IT WILL KEEP TILL NEXT���BUT WE MUST
MAKE ROOM FOR OUR NEW FALL CLOTHING WHICH IS
NOW ARRIVING ALMOST DAILY. THE FOLLOWING ARE A
FEW  OF  THE   PRICES:
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If you  want  the  correct   thing   In   stationery  you
always rely on getting it  at our store,  we are alwa*"
r.ady to  show you  our latest styles and finish
We buy direct from the manufacturers, and can the .
fore  save  you  money and assure you of getting up to
date stationery.    It will pay you to deal with us
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealer
Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
other than the real ones,
The Toronto NeWg on August 3rd.
says:
"Theru has oe.-n a revolutionary
change In the relation of thn political
parties Of Canada to public questions
sine.-   the  accession    of    the  Laurier
Kitchener as Military Head.
London, Aug. 12.���In some quart.-rs
it  is   believed thai  there is an  intention  to co-onltaate all  military forces
Government   to offio-    thirteen  years  0j tli.. empire and place Lord   Kitcli-
All that was reactionary ln th'- ener al  iiv  head of the organization
Government    has   Which
ago
old    Toryism    the
adopted.     Ail that  was
in the old Liberalism Mr. Borden ha*
Incorporated in the Conservative- platform"'
The News  pays  a  tribute  to Liberalism   and     Incidentally   accuses   Mr.
llorden  of   incorporating  in  his   plat- ]
form several good features of Liberal
jKilicy.
All  tlie Conservatives had  to off-r,
will   have   the
its   special   care.
Imperial army
slvo for Its specia] care. Things would
���5' �� . seem to be moving In this direction,
saj* the Daily Graphic, and there can
be no question that Kitchener is of
all in-ti the best suited for a command
of that kind.
RESERVOIR  BURSTS
AND WATER DOES DAMAGE
CALGARY  POLICE JUMP
ON  CIRCUS   BUNCO   GAME
Fort   Morgan,   Aug.   12.���The     Empire reservoir, 11-, miles wi-si of here,
_, ,    ,    ,,���,_  _ ,._,���    ,n  containing more  than  a  billion cubic
the people in 1908 was a promise to fee[ q. ^ ^ irrig.,Ung mor_ ^
continue  thn policy    of    the  Liberal Uo.OOO  acres  of land   in   Morgan   and
Government; and expend    millions of j Weld counties broke through the wall
money in   purchasing    the telegraph today.   The deluge swept a swath half
" ,    , .        ti,,.,.    ���..,..  a mile wide through the richest farm-
nnd telephone companies.   There was L.  ^.^   in   thiif rcgion     infUotlng
also a promise to "restore ' the lands  _amage  estimated   at   half   a   million
of  Saskatchewan    and    Alberta upon  dollars.
fair terms, thai is, give them to the ���
provinces in exchange for a large sum
of money. H	
The Liberals came into power upon I ^^ Aug. 12-_At lhe drcus
the distinct pledge to either raise the yesterday afternoon, several games
revenue so that the expenses of the'that were plain "flim-flams" were :o
country could be met, or reduce the ProgFe88 for some tlme until stoPPed
expenditure within the income of the \byQ^e0^game_ took ^ foml _f
Dominion They succeeded admlr- a roulette wheel, and the operator
ably with the result that a surplus!was doing a big business when warn-
over and  above ordinary expenditure ,edt0 desist.
_,'___���_ ��� Tlie  same  tactics  were    in    vogue
has been shown every year. 1^   t|)e   clrcug  was  ,n   EdmoJjn
The farmers bave particular cause j wher. it l8 ciaimed immoral pictures
to be grateful to the Government, iw-t,. also being shown. Plain clothes
.Agriculture is .he great Industry or|^toctives were assigned the task of
Canada, and is chiefly responsible for
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the enviable position the Dominion
occupier in the eyes of the world today. The position has been attained
largely by the production of articles
on the farm, such as meat*, live stock
prodJaCts, graiil and fruit, all of which
are in constant demand by the markets of the Old World.
One of the essentials demanded by
these markets is quality, and it is an
encouraging circumstance that the
Al mister of Agriculture bas taken
steps to Influence not only increased
production on farms, ranches and orchards, but better quality of all products as a result of which policy the
demand for Canadian 'arm products
is on the increase.
In  consequence of    the Jungle ex-
postures,   the    Minister    foresaw  the
mecesp^ity  for  a  meat   inspection   service in Canada, with the view of inspiring    increased    confidence in the
quality  of  Canadian  live  stock  products abroad. Investigation had proved
that while the conditions in our abat-
loirs  and  packing houses were good,
it   was  advisable  to  pass  an act  for
the  inspection  of  meats  and  canned
fruits, which was duly enacted by Par.
Jiament.     This act has only been In
force a short time and meets with ue
approval of the packers,      The result
is that the legend "Canada approved'
has become a household word through,
.out Great  Britain.      The regulations
under which  the inspectors work are
the  most  modern  known   to science.
Ov.-r  thirty establishments  are  with
In the provisions of the act and others
applying to couie in.
The L'nited States, which furnishes
Great Britain with 65 per cent, of the
meat consumed by the people of that
country, expends .3;000,00(j annually
upon this branch of the Service. -<*id
it is fair to assume that the system of
meat inspection in force ln the United
States has contributed largely to such
consumption  by the British people.
As   the  I've  stock   Industry  Is   the
mainstay of agriculture,  It is impor-
tant  to  note  that the Departnunt of
Agriculture is, strenuously engaged In
namplng out disease, especially glanders. This policy has been expensive,
but  the  results  Justify   the  expense.
The Imperial authorities have thought
so w_ll of the Canadian method that
they  have  also adopted   the  mallein
test,  slaughtering    the    reactors ai.H
paying compensation   for    horses d.
stroyed.
This in not any part of reactlona-f
Tory policy stolen by the Liberals.
neither is it /ound in the Borden platform.
following the clrcus all over the pro
vince by the Attorney General's department, with instructions to close
up an gambling or games of chance,
and seize any Immoral pictures offered for sale.
No arrests were made by these men
yesterday, but they were very active
jn closing up the games and no attempt to sell pictures was made.
Blown to Atoms.
Easton, Pa., Aug. 12.���Milton Shive,
of Patten, yesterday was splitting railroad ties when a terrific explosion occurred and he was blown to pieces. It
is said that a dynamite cap had been
concealed in the tie and that it was
exploded when Shive's axe struck it.
Cholera Outbreak Ended. ..
Calcutta, Aug. 12.���The mysterious
cholera epidemic that broke ��ut in
the Presidency Hospital here, which
is the finest ln India, and is equipped
with all the latest hygienic appliances
apparently has ceased.
SUNLIGHT
'SOAP
The finest fabric Is
not too delicate to
be safely washed with
Sunlight Soap. When
other soaps have Injured
your linens
���nd faded
the coloured
things, remember the
word Sunlight.
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WE ARE READY To SHOW
you how it is cheaper to bu, 0_-
hlgh-clai. building materla|j
than it Is to purchase the poor-
er kind. We can point to
buildings buUt witn our mate-
rials that never need repair.,
We can point to som. others
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of our
materials. See where reai
cheapness lies?
25 PER CENT. OFF MEN'S   THREE-PIECE SUITS.
PANAMA HATS, ONE-THIRD OFF.
SOFT  FELT   HATS,  ONE-QUARTER OFF.
BATHING  SUITS,  ONETHIRD OFF.
SUMMER   UNDERWEAR,   IN   ATHLETIC   AND   COMBINATION
SUITS. ONE QUARTER    OFF.
WASH   SUITS,  ONE-THIRD   OFF.
REID & CO.
PROPER   CLOTHES   FOR   MEN.
601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
GILLEY  BROS., Ltd.
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.     RE-
MEMBER,  WE  CARRY  THE   BEST    MAKES   OF   WATCH   MOVEMENTS.
CHAM BERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGIME'S AND   HAMILTON  WATCHES
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE     MEATS
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Corner Eight- Bt ana   Fifth Arena*
PHONE   J70.
���OWELL * ODDr. Prooriatcu.
I.ever Brothers, Toronto, win send you
free a cake of their famous Plantnl
toilet   soap,  if   you mention   this   paper.
Bank cf Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL 114,400,000.00
RESERVE -11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane,
V. 3. A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum (present rate).
rota'   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
ri&'f WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
ROYAL
STANDARD
A
Better
Flour
NOTICE.
Tenders are called for the privilege
of serving refreshments at Queen's
park on Labor Day, September 6.
Tenders to be In by Tuppsday, the 17th
of August, and addressed to J. P Mc-
Murphy, New Westminster.
"GET  THE   HABIT"
Special Today
GREEN CUPS AND SAUCERS,
$1.00
PER DOZEN,
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
(Successor to C. Hamber)
COLLECTIONS   AND    STOREKEEPERS'    BOOKS    OF    ACCOUNTS    A
SPECIALTY.     AGENTS    FOR   THE
HALL SAFE CO.
Office: Room 7, Hambly Block.
P. O. Box 795.
New Kinglet for Europe.
Vienna, Aug. 12.���Europe next year
will  have a new king.    According to
a  Prague   report,  Prince   Nicholas  ot i____________m___f_\	
MqntenegnQ has decided to assume the iWe buy for cash and sell for the same I
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers S. Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345. Phone 105.
It goes further because it Is
a better flour; It makes better
bread because It Is made from
carefully selected wh.-at by special machinery, ensuring the
very highest quality It Is possible to make. A trial of Royal
Standard Flour wlfl convmco
you of its merits.
And remember���in each 49-
pound sack of flour you secure
a coupon which entitles you to
a chance to win a 109-piece dinner set. Watch the paper ror
the winning numbers .ach
month.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range should get one that will give perfect satia.
faction in cooking and baking, |, economical In the use of fuel that l_ cool
to work over in the hote weather, and also easy to opera., and keep clean.
If you wish to be satisfied in thelfepespecta you will buy an Oxford
range atfer you have inspected It. The prices al��o of these ranges as
much lower than those of Cher makes. Call In an.l Inspect out
stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO, Limited
The latest in Spectacles and Eye-!
Glasses, Frames, Eye Protectors,}]
etc., at
I RYALL'S
THE DRUGGIST AND
OPTICIAN.
Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57. I
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Public Market
Market Clerk  D. E. Mackenzie
Open 8 a. __,, to 6 p. m. Fridays  7 a. m. to 6 p. m
^H PKone   138
FRIDAY SPECIALS
Seeing   is   Believing
Healthy Home-Grown Fruit Trees
for sale at City Market by
FRASER VALLEY   NURSERIES,  Ltd.
MANUFACTURED  BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ud.
VANCOUVER,     b.
C.
Keen's Stall
for
BEDDING   PLANTS
VEGETABLES,   HERB8.
D
avies
&s
on
Cut flowers, Vegetable plants
and Bedding Plants.
Monk's Stall
for
Fish and Came
The Weekly News
ONE DOLLAR
PER YEAR.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEWS fr|DAV. Auau5r���%**���
THE     DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE FIVE.
SB OUR ADVERTISEMENT ON PAGE EIGHT. | SPORTING NEWS
it contains interesting news about the
low prices prevailing on all Summer
Goods.
W.S. Collister & Co.
I niTWIA HAS EVE
ON ILCUMSEH MEN
May   Try   and   Get   Durkin,   Adamson
and Pickering to Sign With Pro-
posed Senior Club.
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Fishermen's Supplies:
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN
[Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster J
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Northern   Crown   Bank
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
THE ONLY BANK WITH  HEAD OFFICE IN THE WEST.
MID UP CAPITAL $2,200,000
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league will be the great attraction, as
the national pastime is once again
bei ... the real favorite gam_ with
British Columbians, If the Vancouver p<m p... could get together a twelve
that makes the Minto cii|i holder.
bustle the way they are doing at the
present time, why could not the Vic-
torla , ... do the same? With the
bring ng oui ln-r,. of a tew crack
players rrom the vast a good Mart
could be 11..nl.-, with the result of the
Vancouvi undertaking as an example,
Doll) Durkin, Archie Adamson, and
Pickering, the three speedy players of
;h,. pre ��� 'I i .um .li team have
nr..1.1 hint that they would like to
gel an opportunity of coming to the
Goldi:. v. for ginpil. mui ii would
ink,, very little coaxing to gei them to
<-onu- to Victoria if they were placed
In goo . positions.
HOLBEIN   STILL  TRYING  TO
SWIM   ENGLISH   CHANNEL
convenient   and
One dollar will
satisfac-
open an
Savings depositors find  I    profitable,
tory ta place their accounts with this bank.
account.
SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS AT    ALL BRANCHES,
Manager,   N.   H.  MACDONALD,   New    Westminster.
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Cape Grls Nez, France, Aug. 12 ���
Montague Holbein, the well known
English long-distance swimmer, started out at 5:46 this afternoon in an attempt to swim the English channel.
Two hours after he took to the water
in- was lost to view in the haz. and
Int.- lonight no news had been received concerning his progress.
Today was Holbein's forty-eighth
birthday.
Attempting to swim the English
channel from Capi* Oris Nez. to Dover
ls no new experience for Holbein. Six
times  he  lias essayed  tbe task,  but
MAGISTRATE DISMISSES
LHARliE AliAINST PLAYEK
Evidence   Given   at   Hearing   of   Case
Against Waldo Matheson o' Van-
couver Team  Contradictory.
The charge against Captain Waldo
Matheson ol the Vancouver lacrosse
team of striking Percy P��ele, judge
of play, in last Saturday's gam.-, wa.-
yestirday dismissed by C. J. South, J-
P., i.i Vancouver.
Fit the prosecution Gt-orj;,. McMur-
phy of New Westminster and Charles
Oalbralth ol the Salmon ii, Hies,
claiiiii-d that iln'y had Been Matheson
strike Peele, Mr. Peele himself admitted that lv had not seen wbo it
was that delivered the blow.
Foi the defence Waldo Matheson
claimed be was Hvt- feel away from
Peele when the trouble occurred, and
that be had had no band In It. Springer of the Vani-ouvi-r team, and Lionel
Yon.v both gave evidence to the effect that they were standing close to
Matheson at the time the trouble occur;.-I. and that they were quite sure
It was not he who delivered Ibe blow.
Springer  stated  that  he  saw  Peele
r.-el under the impact of the blow but I
could not say for certain who gave IL ,
He thought it might be cither O'Brien '
or Godfrey.
On announcement of the dismissal,
H. L. Edmonds,    who    acted  for  tiie |
prosecution, gave notice of appeal.
G?t Your Home Furnishings From the
Old Reliable House.    We have quality
and prices in proportion.   See
W.   E.   FALES
612-618 Agnes Street.
Undertaking in all its Branches.
PHONE   176.
NIGHT  CALL  81.
Thirty Big Days of Opportunity.
CRICKET.
The Westminster club will play the
Vancouver Cricket club at Brockton
Point tomorrow. The following
team will leave Westminster on the
1 o'clock car; P. C. Lashniar (captain), F. .). Peers, T. Laiigford, S.
Richardson, C. Judd, B. Welfare, T-
Oddv.    Rev. C. W.    Houghton, E. C,
each _ime bis efforts hav,- beau fruit- Davey, T. D. Sherriff and C. S. Cooke
less.      His  nearest  approach   to  sue- , Menzies and Burrows, extras.
cp'ss was in August, 1'.wi, when be was I	
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PHONE
your Classified Want Ads to The Daily News, the
most widely-read paper in New Westminster. Phone
A-22
For information as to contracts, consult the advertising' man.   A 'phone call will bring him to your
place of business.
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taken out of the water exhausted
about a mile from Dover, after having
swum for 22 hours and 21 minutes.
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Father Time is harvesting in some
of New York's former Idols. Jack
Warner, Dan McOann and Jack Barry, former members of the champion
Giant team, are now in the minors,
the trio being fim-mates on thg Columbus, Ohio, team.
Sherwood McGee, the player who
jumped into the limelight as a possible figure in the trade for Mike D��n- j
lin, of the Giants, is one of the few
ball ulayers who never played with
a minor league team.
Semi-Annual
Clearance Sale
of Footwear at No-Profit Prices
Our fall shipments ar. o    n the way and we must make room to
receive   them.
Be   not   alarmed���bjcaus    e we    0ffer    inducements      that    will
quickly   rid   us of  our  surplus stock.
Every pair is a genuine    bargain.
Be on hand early and ge
are broken.
It is only once in a Ion
can offer such excellent opp
prices that will  be quickly
t first choice before the different lines
g   while  tha
orfunities    to
snapped   up.
high-class  shoe   store
purchase    footwear at
���������������������������������<
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN,
STREET,   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
Detroit has purchased Southpaw
Ralph Stroud from the Wtlliamspon
club. Stroud was picked up by Chief
Stalltnga over In Newark last tall, but
Harry Woh.rton sold him to his
former Tri-State league headquarters.
Trotting Record.
Greenburg, Aug. 12.���The world's
record for yearling trotters on a half
mile track was broken here yesterday
when Captain Denny, by Major Hig-
glnson, owned by the Uplands Stock
Farm, trotted the half mile in 1:18
flat at the Qreensburg Driving Club's
niyet.
ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS.
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy Butter, per pound,
25c
The last  issue of the Canadian Ga
z-ette  to  reach  this  city  contains  no
tK.e  of   transference  of     Major .1.
[Tite. of the Sixth Regiment  D. C.
R., to the  Reserve of  Officer
transfer is dated June 26.
Feeney and Master George
II.
O.
Tne
for Seattle where they  will Gordon,  William,   Levi  and  Frank
eks  with  relatives.
Mrs. P.
have left
spend a tew w.
Notice is given In the current
of the Canadian Gazette of the
polntme-nt   of  Patrick   J.
Vancouver to bt
'native of Devonshire, England, leaving the old land when 25 years old,
and locating in eastern Canada, later
coming to the coast, where he has I
since resided. A widow and eight
children mourn his loss. The children are Mrs. Thomas Stoddart and
Miss Minnie Routley of this city,
Edgar Routley of New Westminster,
Thomas    of    Westminster    Junction,
issue
      I
Ledwall   oi
fisheries officer in
Vancouver.        The    funeral     cortege j
will   leave    Murchie s    parlors    at   3 i
o'clock Saturday afternoon, interment
taking place at the 1   O. 0. F. ceuie- J
tery.
ADVERTISE  IN  THE   NEWS
service.
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COP-
FEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE  (FRESH
GROUND)   IS A WINNER.
MAMS
&r_F ANK Groceries and Crockery ware
TELEPHONE   97.
VEM. PORK
lFrnh Por*  sausages dally.
B���� of Farme,',   Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
___hone 192
Ithe fisheries protective
I Attention is drawn to the advertisement of the Johnston Shoe Stor.
which appears on another page. This
.ale will eclipse anything previously
held by the Well known firm, aud Will
be productive of some great bargains
in footwear. **
The eleven candidates sent up by
the Royal City High School to the supporters,
junior matriculation examinations for lower than
the University of New Brunswick all
passed In the second division, Miss
Catherine Jardine taKlng the lead.
The other successful students are
Marion Elley, Ada A, Parrott, Lydia
Eakin, 'tl Orlavia Briggs. Norma B.
Hoy, Robert II. Manser, Theodore H.
Lennie, Jvan Jardine, Nora E. Doekrill and Jean Oswald.
The Vulcan Boiler Works of this
city yesterday shipped a large boiler
to Lulu Island, where U will be Used
by the Westminster Mill Co., In the
boiler house of the new shingle mill
which is being erected on the island
thitf    company.      The    boil-'r
SEPARATE  SCHOOLS
CREATE TROUBLE IN OTTAWA
Ottawa, Aug. 12-���It is expected
that there will be trouble in Ottawa
between the separate school board
and the city over the questlm of
school taxes. A number of Catholic
atpually, by request to the assessors,
put themselves down as public school
public school rate be'.ng
that for separate schools.
It has been the practice for years
without question, but the separate
school board now claims that separate
school Supporters must notify the city-
clerk whvn the change to public
schools Is desired. The separate
board will therefore sue the city to
recover all back taxes transferred
"by request."
Salmon Remain
Scarce in Fraser
Bros.'
was
wharf on
McMENEMY _ ANDERSON
Columbia St.
*��������������������������*�������������������������,
.������������������������������������������j
shipped   from  Gilley
a large scow-.
The hull of the steamer Westham.
which ls under construction for Captain Lincoln Rogers of this
lh. ready for launching In a few days.
The new vessel will be used for
freighting between this port and Vancouver.
(Continued from Page 1.)
and canners alike on this side of the
line. The American canners are
,��� given a considerable advantage over
ithe Canadian fishermen by the fact
that the American close season is six
hours shorter than that set by the
Canadian government, and lt Is regarded as the laBt straw that they
should refuse to observe  their close
Electric Railway Service j
way
halt
Last
Interurban Lint.
Car8  for Vancouver   and
station,  will   run every
h��ur  from   5:50   a. m.
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Las< car leaves Vancouver at
ll:_o p.m.
Curs
tw
pert
cit
eave   the   depot   every
ln,y   minutes   for both Sap-
11,1 and city limits over the
ne.
City Line: Can leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
Sapperton Lino: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a. m.
Thp  annual  meeting  of  the  B.  C.
Jrdware   Dealers'    _ssoc.at.on   was season short �� It I.
held  in  the   board  of  trade  room  at ,D*"y ��eP0."-.
.hfci'ty h__ last night.     Most o^H.^^ shoTplainly the state of
affairs, the report is as follows:
Belllngham���Canneries   report  fully
of  the  Canners'
local dealers attended and many matters of Interest to hardware men In
the province were discussed.
Mrs. G-eorge    R.    Small, a    former
supplied with flsh today.
Anacores���Got    50,000
from Boun-
'resldent of New Westminster and for dary Bay and Lopes,
the past year resident ln Vancouver,     �� ��
�� idled ln the latter city cn Wednesday.
��� I The decased was a member of tne
JlNew Westminster Council of R��>'al
4 Templars of Temperance and It is e*-
���pected   that  many  of    the members
* will attend the funeral on Friday at-
ternoon from the family residence, "=<>�� I
pender street, Vancouver.
Vancouver  Cannery���Average  i*0.
St. Mungo���Average 60.
Brunswick���Average 104.
Bwens���Average 40.
British  American��� Average 113.
Phoenix���Average about ISO-
Scottish Canadian���Average 175.
Live 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 ��he past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to th greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually,
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter Is .an
instance:
N.w Westminster, June 23, 1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
��� Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
Denr Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for $200.00 In
full payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some  valuable  stock, enquire  for par-
tleulars. .,..
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ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET.
PHONI6ft
Sunday service _al.-bouriy between 8:30 a. m. and 11. P- m-
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co.M \
DEATH.
After a residence of a quarter of a
century at Langl.y, John M. Routley
named away at the Royal Columbian
Hospital on Wednesday nl*M after a
short illness at the age of slxty-nve
years.     The late Mr. Routley was a
Should Have Had It Drrawn.
Brockville,   Aug.   12.���Miss   Minnie
Cassidy, aged 25 years, employed    as
a   waitress   at     Alexandra   Bay,    at-
Idock, and ln full view of scores of
people threw herself into the river.
She went down once, and when she
came up Henry Doge Jumped Into the
water, swam out and rescued her. He
tempted to drown herself at that nad a struggle with the woman, but
place Crazed with a toothache 'or managed to get her ashore safely,
which she could set no relief the Miss Cassidy resides In Prescott and
young woman  went to the Cornwall here relatives were notified.
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THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
FRIDAY, AUGUST v
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council ot
��� he City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollars for the purpose of
advertising the  City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand ($4000.00)
Dollars in advertising the City and
that the said sum should be raised on
the credit of the Corporation.
And Whureas, It appears 'hat if the
sum of Four Thousand ($4000.00)
Dollars be appropriated from tho
genera! revenue of the City lor the
cunvnt year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such excessive taxatiuu should be
avoided, und the said sum should be
raised on th,. credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
issued  for that  amouni.
And, Whereas, tor the payment Of
interest on tbe debentures proposed
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures wlip-n div.
it will be nee ssary to raise by special
rales, in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the
6iiid debentures, the sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five and 40-100
($236.46) Dollars-
Ami, Whereas, In order to raise
tin- said yearly sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Fiv. and 40-100
($235.46) Dollars an equal special rate
on the dollar wlll be required to be
levied on the whole rateable property
of the City of New Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property cf the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount ot
the existing debenture debt of the
Baid City is On.. Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,210,100.00. Dollars Irrespective of the sum of Three Hundred
and Ninety-four Thousand ($394-000.-
00,' Dollars proposed to be raise.I under the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909," the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," ol
which none of the principal or interest Is  in  arrears.
Now therefore th. Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the -Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, bod,
or bodies corporate, who may be Willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum
of Four Thousand (.4000.00) Dollars
and to cause the same to he Paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes  mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debenturi s
to be made, not exceeding ln the
whole the sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollars, for such sums of
money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed In pounds sterling of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.S66 to the
pound sterling; and all sucli debentures shall ibe sealed with the Seal
of the Corporation signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by such oth r
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized,
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of duly 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 ->f interest at tbe
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which interest
shall be payable half yearly on the
first of January ami the first day of
July, in each and every year, and tne
said cotiiwns shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4, A special rate on tbe dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
year, in addition to all other rates
on all rateable property of the City,
Sufficient to pay the Interest on Uie
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
then-of when due, subject to any Act
or enactm.-nt respecting the same.
5-   Subject as aforesaid, iher-e shall
be  raised   annually   bv   snecla]   rates
as  aforesaid,   during   the  ?-f  -ncy   of
debentures.  t]!r, sum of Two
f$200.00)      Dollars   tor   the
of Interest  thereon, and the
Thirty-Five    and     46-100
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
m., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapi>erton; and the
Waterworks      Storehouse,      Eleventh
su _et.
City   Hall.
W.  A. DUNCAN,
City  _lerk.
July   22nd.  1909.
City (iaol Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council ol
the City of New \. escmlngter to raise
by loan the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars for the purpose of
building a City Gaol and Police Court
Room.
Whereas
NOTICE.
Talc,   notice   that  the   above  js   a
true   copy  of   the    proposed     By-law
which will be taken Into consideration
oy the Municipal  Council of the City
of Nt* Westminster one month from
the date of tbe first publication thereof in   the  '-Daily  News"  and   "Dally
Columbian''     newspapers,   which  first
puilication   took   place  on   the   ''2nd
day of July 1909, and that a  vote of
tbe electors of the City will be taken
on  the  said    proposed    bylaw  on  the
25th day of August, l.ion, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and flve p
in    at  the   following  places, namely:
ihe Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire  Hall,    Sapperton;     and  the
���Waterworks      Storehouse,      Eleventh
fi. The proceeds of the saie of tne
'said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying the ('ost of lne passing or
this Hy-law and ihe issue and sa!.-
of the debentures therein referred  to.
7. This Bylaw shall take effect on
Ihe 25th. day of August 1909, and maybe cited as ihe "Waterworks Debenture.  By-law.  1909."
8. .liis By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of flu- eh.tors of the said Ci'.y
ln   the   manner require.!   by   Ipw.
sufficient to pay  *he intere_t on  the
debentures, and   to create a sinking
fund for the payment of ihe principal, .,,,.,,���
thereof when due, subject to any Act j.. .   ��   ' ��� ^.""'r  Transfer
i j. Ol ��v rYllldll- i\ ����� f     ���_���'������   ����������
or enactm. nt respecting the same.       j ..,���.,......,..���       r w"'"'
5.   Subjeit as aforesaid, there snail|auernoon
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, dining 'lie currency of
the said debenture-, the ��un of Fifteen Hundred ($1500.00) Dollars for
the payment of Interest thereon :uid
the sum of Two llund.eil and Sixty-..
Five and   96-100  ($265.96)   Dollars  to I leaving New W'.-s
ai
and v.,
will
;i-    ���  _  J
P.IH.
on the...
.day .if.
Reconsld. red
open Council t
long.
and
iv. . .
. .1909.
finally  pas ed
..day of	
except Ba
fo,- Ladner, Bti ....,.���,
Saturday a,  _ ,���n   ,     "-way ^
Wesi minster  Saturda ' "��J
Returning,   leave.
week day  moi nn,:    , ���-. I
Additional     ���,.,' 1'i'iaa... T''
_ um, """HI
This  schedule    luhl   '
1.1
^^^ provide for the payment of the  prin-       .....  -_n,-__le    8Uhil
Received the assent of the electors cipal. without notice.
fi.    The proc. eds of Ihe sale or tne j    p     freight
fi-iiil   debentures   shall   be  applied   a< ' '-�� ana pa      : . .,. ,,,
follows,  and  not  otherwise;    low arils   i"v l0
in
ap
street.
W.
A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
July   22nd,   1909.
1   Waterworks Debenture By-  v
_- - ' J    w Inch
Law, 1909.
ii  is expedient to erect a !    _..     ��� ..
building   to   be  USed   as   a   CU)   Gaul      Ln-V   mu
and   Police  Court   Room,   and  to   use  ~~~������
that   portion of  the    Civic   Building,
now used tor those purposes, for
purposes and  to expend 'u  the
tion  of the said  building the sum of
Six Thousand   ($_oii_.0u)  Dollars, and
that thti said sum should be raised on 	
tha credit of the Corporation. .   -,,.,.,,. , ,,     .     ,,
And Whereas, It appears that if the ZYY ) v�� �� .. ' G th<\Cm,nc" ol
sum of Six Thousand ($6oo.ou) 1,u,C"y��' v'w Westminster to raise
Dollars be appropriated from the !> **�� ����� sVr!' o1 ' wo ''".!.[** a'"1
general revenue of the City for the i ,' , ^7"' Thousand ($234,000.00)
current year .he rate of taxation will ZZ ZIl T['T ��U��<!r,6aal?8
! mv.. ive, and it is expedient that [^ ��  ,ac,t>   0l  th��  Cll-V   Waterworks
such    excessive    taxation    should    be I   ���,s '    '     ,      .
avoided, and th. said sum should b'.aV ' d y!, ('x^d'ent1_ (t0 ,T""
raised on the credit of the Corpora- ;"'ut ^ addi.10���iU Main Pipe Line
tion, and that debentures should be Kor ^Z.01^ Waterworks System from
IsBued for thai amount. Coquitlam Lake   o the Queen's Park
Ami. Whereas, for the payment 0f |Rvstl"v<"r- :'nJ ^8<, f^m th. Reset--
interest on the debentures proposed v,)'r ,�� Ult' Clt>' llmits ��� Lul" lsU"lli-
to be issued under this By-Law, at.,1 and for that purpose to expend the
for creating a sinking fund forthepay- i1!"1 ��r ^?.5!��_l?��ft"aJ_ Tlllrt>'-,'our
ment of thv said debentures when due, ��_"������ (W84.000.00) Dollars
it will be necessary to raise by special And }S ]^rw- " api>ears 'hat if the
rates, In addition to all other rates, fm "L, Two ,Hund^d ,:lni1 I1vh,1,rl>'-
each vear during .he currency of the four rhousand ($234-00) Dotlari
said debentures, the sum of Three be appropriated from the general
Hundred and Fiftvthree and 19-100 revenue ��{, "le Cl��>' for the cur-
($35319)  Dollars r       year   the   ra      of    taxation  will
And, Whereas,'in order to raise the be excessive and it is expedient .that
said yearly sum of Three Hundred and s,lch, J**"*" ,iv"Ia1tlo�� sl|ould be,
Fifty-three and 19-100 ($353.19) Uol- avoided, and the said sum should be
lars" an equal special rate on the dol-���1^1 "n lYi'TY ����fJ 'YC��?YY
lar will be required to be levied on 10n- ,an." "'at debentures should be
the whole    rateable    property of the!isS,ied for that amount
City  Cii rl;.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
notice that the above is a
copy of tlie proposed Hy-law
will b. taken into considerat on
by the Municipal Counc. of the C ty
... New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication th -re
of in iho "Daily News" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, winch frst
i lication took plac,, on the 22nd.
day of July 1909. and that a vote of
ihe electors of the City will be takp'n
on the said proposed bylaw on the
2.".th day of August, i;h)9, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
at the following places, namely:
Council Chamber, civic building;
Flre  Hall,    Sapperton;    and  the
Storehouse,       Eleven ill
paying the cost of the pas-='ng -if
this By-law and the issue and sale
of tbe debentures therein referred to.
7. This Bylaw shall take effect on
the 2."th. day of August 1909, and may
he cited as the "Hospital Debenture
By-law,  1909."
8, This Hy law hP'fore the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent Of the electors of th0 said CUy
in  the  manner required  by  law.
Received the assent of the electors
ROBERT
Manager
'I reasurer   thereof, (J;
person  or  person, as
unio lawfully autho
ft    The     said   di
payable on the first ,;,,
such place or
B��c_ i,^ i
*��ay Le tha  '
at
OD  thp- day of
Reconsidered and
open Council the. . .
1909.
City Clerk.
finally
. .day
I
 ^^^''
I'll  of  the   said   001 , YY^'
��� imp- to .1.,,,.  appoim
proval  of  the   ho [,-ra    -i        "eaP-
shall  hav,-  attached ,'"''   ail��
fp.r the paymen. oi
rate of five  Per centum . !lt l->*
Mayor
m.
Tl
thi
Waterworki
street.
City   Hall.
W. A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
July   2.nd.   1909.
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909.
City  Of  New  Westminster.
And. Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roi:
thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,446.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount ot
the existing debenture debt of the
said Cit? ls One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   irre
spective of the sum of Three Hundred ,., ,,  - _    .,     "j~,. " y,' "_
and Ninoty-Two Thousand ($392,000.- f0e!��9 ?���d^ *nd Seventy-Fou. and
00) Dollars proposed to be raised un- 52-100, <�� .774.52) Dollars an equal
der   the   "Hospital   Debenture   By-iaw ���Pfcl*l ��*��� ?n .tlle dolIaf will b,
Royal
A By-law to enable the Council ot
tin- City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of Thirty Thousand
(..!u,oon noi Dollars for the purpose
of granting th,. same to the
Columbian Hospital.
Whereas,   it  is  expedient   to  grain
the   sum   of   Thirty   Thousand   ($30.-
 ,  OOO.OO)   Dollars for the purpose o:  as-
it will be necessary to raise by spec ai  sisting in the erection of
^^^^^ - all other Tates. lng for the Roy
NOTICE.
Tak.. notice that the above ls a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken in;pp consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster one month trom
tbe diue of the first publication there-
ol ln the "Dally Lews" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication tock plac- in the 22nd
day of July 1909, and that a Vote of
the electors of lb. City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on tlni
25th day of August, 1909, between tha
hours of nin,- o'clock a.m. and five p.
following places, namely:
Chamber, civic bunding;
Sapperton; and the
Storehouse,     Eleventh
July,
said
said
4.
shall
y.ar.
rates
���'- Cit;,
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 when due.
in.,  at  the
The Count
the  Fine   Hall
Waterworks
street.
W.  A
City   Hall.  July
rates,  in  addition  to ^	
each year during the currency of the
said debentures, the sum of Thirteen
Thousand, Seven Hundred and Se.
enty-Four and 52-100 ($13,774.-^2) Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
lid yearly sum of Thirteen Thousand
a new btiiid-
val  Columbian  llospit-
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,'' the 'Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909." and the "City-
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," of
which none of the principal or Interest is in arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1, It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way or
loan from any person or persons, hotly
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter men
tioned, a. v sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the vhole th�� sum
of- Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars
and to cause the same to be paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes mentioned herein.
  .    _ re-
.quired to be levied on the whole rateable property- of the City of New
Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount or
the existing debenture debt of the
said City is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollar., irrespective of the sum of One Hundred
and   Sixty-Fou
al in this City. ^^^^^^^^^^_
And Whereas, It appears 'hat if the
sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,0110.00)
Dollars be appropriated from the
general revenue of the City for the
current year the ra'e of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that,
such excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on the credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
issued  for that amount.
And, Whereas, for the payment of
interest on the debentures proposed
to he Issued under this ~
for creating a sinking fund for tne payment of the said deb' mures wh''n dm-,
lt will bo necessary to raise by special
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the
said tie hen; lire's, the sum of Seventeen
Hundred ami Slxty-Fiv
($1765.96)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise th
said  yearly  sum  of   Seventeen
dred    and
Street Improvement Debenture By-Law, 1909.
Hun-
,_,__��� Sixty-Five    and
nn\ T^n ���    >x    ($1765.96) Dollars an eouai
00)  Dollars proposed to be raised un- on   the  dollar  will  he* Squired   to   be
rate
der the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Waterworks Deb.-nture B.-
law 1909," the "Street Improvement
|By-law   1909,"    the    "Incinerator  De-
It shall be lawful for the Mayor benture By-law  1909," and the "City
Thousand    ($164,000.-
VT y-   vt..��u.��u; _.i.oi3iiiuqiiii] special
the  dollar  win   be
levied on the whole rateable property
of the City of New- Westminster
And.   Whenas,   the   whole   rateable
property   of  the   said   City,  according
to   the   last   revised   assessment    roll
thereof,   is  Five  Millions,  Three  Hun
dred and  Nlnety-One Thousand   Four
Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5.391445-
00)  Doi:ars. '
And.  Whereas,  the total amount or
_ __________________________________________________________________   ___   ________     debenture   deht
expressed   in   pounds   sterling  of   thej    1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor said  City is On
Unlled Kingdom of Great Britain and jof  the said  City  to raise  by  way of  dred   and
Ireland,    at a value of 4.8fi6 to the loan from any person or persons, nod,
I or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum
Of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand ($234,000) Dollars, and to
cause the same to be paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes  mentioned herein.
to cause any number of debenturi s
lo be made, not exceeding in the
whole the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars, for such sums of
money as may be required, not less
than   $100.00  each,    or  an  equivalent
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," of
which none of the principal or interest is in  arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the Citv of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall be sealed with the S-al
of the Corporation signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be there-
unto  lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1959
at such  place or places as the Coun
cil of the said Corporation  may from
time  to  time appoint,    with  the  ap-
2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause  any   number of  debentures
^^^^^^       of  th..
is One Million,    Two Hun
Nim-teen   Thousand,    One
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   Irre
spective of the sum of Thrce Hundn d
and   Sixty-Fight   Thousand   ($368,OOO.OO)  Dollars proros- d to be raised  under   ihe   "Hospital   Debenture   by-law
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw   1909."   the  "Streei   Improvement
By-law   1909,''     the     "Incinerator  D''-
heninre   Hy-law   1909." and the
Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909
which  none of the principal
est  is  in   arrears.
A By-law to enable the Council oi
the City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of One Hundred and
Four Thousand ($104,000.00) DoUars
for Street  Improvements.
Whereas, certain sums or money hav_
this year been expended oul of the
genera.; revenue of ihe Ctly tor the
construction, Improvemeni and repair
of certain streets and sidewalks, and
By-Lawi and R is expedient that certain additional
sum. be spent in like manner, amounting iu all (with sums already so
spp-nt) to the sum of On,. Iluiiiln i
and Four Thousand ($lo4,00(I.U0) I*)l-
lars.
And Whereas, It appears 'hat if Ih.-
nd 90-100 sum of One Hundred and Four Thousand ($104, 1.00) Dollars be appropriated from the general revenue
of tlie City for the cunvnt
96-100 year the ratp- of taxation win
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such excessive taxation ghoul I be
avoided, and the said sum should he
raisf-d on the credit of the Corporation, and that debentures
IsBued  for that amount.
And, Whereas, f(,r the payment of
interest on the debentures proposed
to be Issued tinder this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures whendue,
it win be necessary to raisi- by special
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during Hie currency of the
and debentures, the sum of Six Thousand One Hundred and Twenty
($0,122.00)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, In order to raise the
said yearly sum of Six Thousan.I One
HundTed   and   Twenty-two   ($6,122.00)
Dollars   an    equal    special
the  dollar    will    b
may
pa led in    h''lll1"^-" attached
or....    '.  Y ihajpvmem ol
___ l"'1'  '" : 61   inn,
the  amount   then,,''     .,���,', "���
shall  be payable half   ,      ' '"_���
first of January ��� '<***,
In each  ami ., d'��l
covins  shal,   _e .      J
uttStsr ������ *
In   addition   to  all ,1 J.  '"*
on all rateable property 0f
siiffii-i.nl   to   pay   the  lnteresi ,��� ._
debentures,   and   to ci    ���'.. . fr.m
fund for the paymenl oi   .     ^
thereof when due, *���;/,.
or enactment respecting __    r ���Actl
5. Subject as aforesal.
be   raised   annually   by  s'-.^
as aforesaid,  during tl
tin- said debentures, th
Thousand  Two    Hundi
Dollars   f<pr   the
thereon, and ;h
dr.-d  and   Twenty-two
lars to provide fur ih
the principal. H	
6. The proceeds of ihe sale o! W
sad debentures shall b, ,;,,;,da,
follows, and not otherwl '; u_-.
paying ihe cost of Lhe ' a- ng ��
tbls Hy-law and the is:. , and rt.
of i lm debentures therein vf.-r _ %
7. This Bylaw shall take effect 3
the - -.th. day of August 1909 and mai
he Cited as th,. "Street Impro
Del p-nliir..   By-law.  1909."
8. This By-law before the fim
passing th. roof, shall receive th
sent  of  the  elector,  nf  tb..  s j,| Ci
Iii   the   manner  required   bv "
Received the
the
,  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
2nd,  1909.
same.
. Bhall 1
  m��|
'Vtv.l
ed 11 11
paymi i . v-.t
sum    of   Nl,   iv.
'���' ' 2-00] Dol-1
1 ment oil
on the day of,
Reconsidered and
open   Council   tie-
1909.
City Clark.
^^^^^^^ law.
assent of the cl.-ctrtl
 l."9.
finally passed _|
...day of	
.Mayor.
should   be
NOTICE.
Take  mule,   that  the aboye is al
true   copy   of   the llv-lawl
which will be taken Into con ..lerat '_|
by the Munici;..      _ th   rt?
of New Weatmli  tei   u   m   tu fvi_J
the date of the. flrsl ���      --/
of in   the  "Dally  News'   and    ii'Tj
Columbian"    newspapers, which mil
i'o Hcatlon   took  pine,, on the 22.-[
day of July 1909, and that a ��� . ���'
the electors of the City will bo taker |
on the sahl   proposed   b) aw i.n t_|
25th day of Augusi, 1909,    - twi       -|
hours of nine o'clock nni. nnd live p.
m.,  at  the  following places, name.:
The Council Chamber, civic building;]
the Fire  Hall,    Sapperton;    and 'teI
Storehou8i,     Eleveiffll
Waterworks
street.
W.  A
City   Hall,   July
DUNCAN,
City Clerk
22nd,  1909,
-two
The following Is a list of tli, s:i<*|
and amount to be expended on -vrt|
under the provisions Of the -Sre*l
Improvemeni Debenture Bylaw, 19*]
Columbia street, Hassam pavi
^^^   rate
requlr.-d   to
or
'Citv
or
inter-
levied on the wholo rateable property
of the City of xew Westminster-
And.   Who
reas,   the  whole rateable
^^^^^^^^^^^^     property  of  ���   said   City,  according
proval   of  .he  holders     .Hereof,    and | to   be   made,     not   exceeding   in   tho II lIlZ^I^11'1'1  ^^   ^''^  ZJaVh��'l!i^S*Uhnt
whole the  sum of  Two Hundred and  New Westminst
the said
Hundr.-d
paynvn-.
sum of
($:::, ir, i
i
bt>��i
ir-i
uiv
aid
aid
^^^^^^^^^^^^^ .    I
Dollars   to   provide   for   thej hall
repayment of the principal I ear,
fi Tin- proc-.-eds of the sale or tn. on "
Bald debentures shall he applied as
follows, and not otherwise; Tow. r is
paying the cost or the passing or
this By-law and the Issue nnd sale
of the debentures therein referred to,
7. This By-law shall lake effect ��n
the 2.r.th. day of August 1909, and maybe cited as the "Advertising Hy-law
1909."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
ln   the   manner required  by  law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered  and finally passed  In
op"n Council the dav of	
1909
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
early  on   uhe
first day of
Thirty-Four      Thousand ($2:14,000)
Dollars,    for    such    sums of   money
as     may     ba    required, no.     less
Iban  $100.00  each,    or  an equivalent
ex pre;
dred
1 lundi
���   pavi. i,,  half 	
of January and the first day of jexpresscd in pounds sterling of the
in each nnd every year, and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
coupons shall be signed by ihe |Ireland, al a value of 4.8.6 to ibe
Mayor, pound  sterling;  and all  such  debent-
A special rate on the dolaiv'ins shall e sealed with the Seal
be levied and raised In each of tbe Corporation signed by the
In   addition   io  till   i.thor  rates [Mayor    and    couniersigned    by     ihe
Treasi
Hundred
11   int.abb
    property of  ibe  Ciiy,
Sufficient to pay the interest on lhe
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment or tbe principal
theivof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
',. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rates
as aroresaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the Sum of Three
Hundred f$::o<).00) Dollars for the
payment of Interest thereon and th.-
sum of Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($53.19) |
rer thereof, or by BUCh Other
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
.'!. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1969,
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to Ume appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
shall have attached to them couions
for the payment of interest, at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the  amount   thereof,    which   interest
of the Cty of
er enacts as follows:
1. li shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, iod.-
or bodies corporate, who may be will-
Inn to advance ihe same on the credit
of the debentures, hcrcinaftor mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
nol exceeding In the whole the som
of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00) Dollars and i<p cans,, ih _ame to be paid
Into the Treasury of the said City for 1909," th
the purposes mentioned herein. law
2. li shall be lawful tor the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures
to he made, noi hxi eedlng in iho
whole the sum of Thirty Thousand
($30,000.00) Dollars, for such sums of
money ns may he required, not less
than   $100.00  each,    or  an  equivalent cil of th
to   tin   mai   revised   assessment   roi
ve  Millions, Thre..  llun-
ind  Ninety-One  Thousand,  Four
ed   and   Forty-Fi-e   ($6,391,445.-
00)  Dollars.
Ami, Whereas, the total amount
the   existing    debenture debt
said  City Is One Millior
dred   and   Nineteen
or
Of   the
Two Hun-
Thousand,    One
($1,219,100.00) Dollars Irre-
spectlve of the sum of Two Hundred
and Ninety-Four Thousand ($294,000-
00) Dollars proposp d to be raised under Hie "Hospital Debenture Hy'aw
. "Waterworks Deb. nture By
1909,"   the   "Street   Improvement
By-law   1909,''     the     "Inclnerat
benture  By-law   1909
Gaol    Debenture
Dollars to provide for the repayment shall  he payable half yearly  on  uho
City Cl'-rk-
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster one month from
the date of tht. first publication there
of in the "Dally Npiws" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22nd
dav of July 1909, and that a vote of
the elr_lorB of the Olty will l>e taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of August, 1909, between the
of the principal. 	
6. The proceeds of the sale of tne
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towanis
paying the' cost of ihe passing or
this By-law and the issue and oale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 2'dh. day of August 1909, and may
"CUy Jal] Debenture
be cited  as  th
By-law, 1909 ^^^^^^^^^_
8, This By-law before the final
pass'ng thereof, shall receive the as
sent of the elector, of the said City
In the manner required bv law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed in,	
open  Council the day of | ($11,700)
1909.
first ot January and the first day of
July, In each and every year, and the
said coupons shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on lhe dollar
shall he levii d and raised in each
year, in addition to all oihor rates,
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to  pay  the Interest on   the
City Clerk.
....
Mayor.
debentures, and to creat.,. a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5- Subject as aforesaid, lli''re shall
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during ihe currency of
the said debentures, the sum' of
Fleven Thousand Seven Hundred
Dollars for the payment of
Interest thereon, and the sum of Two
Thousand and Seventy-Four and 62-
100 ($207452) Dollars to provide tor
the repayment of the principal.
or  Uo.
and the  "Citv
_., ,      By-law    1909,"    or
which none of lhe principal or Ja,pr.
est  Is ln  arrears
Now therefore the Municipal coun-
Corporatlon of the City of
lyT   tf��^ ^e &pfflr__S��W8 ^ -enue ..   ..
person  or  persons  as  may  be  there-  not  exceeding  In    '       ?" ��f  m��ney'
expressed  in   pounds  sterling of the New Westminster enacts a* follow*"
tinl.-d Kingdom of r.m���, n��.,���i_ j,    1     t. ___,, ,    , """r! as '(,l|ows:
tlleiit   ..    ^^^^^^^
Columbia stree., Gilland.-r i
Hill   	
Front street	
Agnes street   	
Dufferin street   	
McKenzie street  	
Lorne street	
First   Btreet   	
Second street   	
Third street	
Fourth  street  ...
Fifth   street.
Seventh -_:revt	
Eighth streot "... -
Nanaimo sireet   	
Twelfth slreei   	
Thirteenth street  	
Fourteenth street  	
Hamilton utreet   	
Dublin street   	
Fdltr urgh street	
London   sireet   	
Tenth street   ......   ...
Alberta street 	
Coburg street	
Lelth street 	
Royal avenue	
Queen's avenue	
Fifth  avenue   	
Fourth avenue 	
Sixth avenue	
Seventh avenue 	
Klglith avenue	
ThliM avenue	
,. 5i,m
l.W
600
3,000
unto lawfully authorl7erl i���f  n���    _,.._..    _       . _
"    The    Lid  detenttes shall he ?^&5SHLbS ^ Th0"9anrt
3.    ^	
payable on the first day of Julv 1959
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time  to  time  appoint,    with   the  ap-
proval  of  the  holders    I hereof,    and
shall  have attached  lo them
for  the  payment of lnie
rate of five per centum
the   amount   thereof,    which   interest
shall   be paya: ln half year1y  on   the
first of January and  the fii_n_ day of
July, In each nnd every yonr   and t
aid coupons  shal]  be signed
said Mayor. ^^^
4. A special rate on lh,. dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
year, In addition to all othe. rales
on all rateable  property 0f the Citv
th.
the whole the sum
Tlu
and
chanan avenue
Streots  generally
ami  BU-
;________________     to  cause
e same to he paid into the Treasury
Of the said City for the purposes mentioned   herein.
2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to   cause   any   number  of  debentu-eis
coupons  to   he   made,    not  exceeding  in   tha
rest    at  the whole the sum of One  Hundred  and
er annum on  Four Thousand   ($104,000.00)    Dollars
for   Buch    sums   of   money   as may
be    required,    not    less than  $100.00
each,     or    an    equivalent    expressed
In     pounds,  sterling    of      the    United    Kingdom of    Great    Britain    anil
Ireland,    at a value of 4.SRG to the
pound   sterling;   and al]   such debentures  shall  he sealed  with  the    Sisal
of  the    Corporation    signer"  hy    the
Mayor    and    countersigned    by    the
Total
-1(10
s"l)
2.400 :
i,i.i
;:.��
3,500
MOO
2,200
600
1,600
I _.
1.200
-.'I
500
6��0
300
760
SOO
11)0
300
3,000
2 50i)
1.70.
1,000
2.50O
1,500
1,500
1.1*
1,11(10
4,600
1(14,0*
and
by the
Incinerator Debenture
LawJ90_,
A By-law to enable the Oonnflll*
'he City of New Westminster to rn'
by loan the sum of Twenty The""-1
($20,000.00)   Dollars   for   the  I"11"1'0'
(of  building an  Incinerator.
i    Wh-eras, It Is expedient tor thl
provement  of  sanltarv conditions
the   City   that   a   puhlic    IncineralB
should be built for the destmct.oD
refuse  at   the   cost  of  Twenty   1"
sand   f 120.000.00)   Dollars. ..(|),
And Whereas, It appears 'hai i[
im-
In "\
FR
-|DAY, AUGUST 13,
1909.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.
PAGE   SEVEN.
1.":
,i ($20,000.00) Division of New Westminster Districi
,fT��-en.   ,"rlated   "'om   "'��     (a). The name, address  and  _ei , ,                       Is to be returned to bay
.ll,1������1,i,ii u                                            appllcanl Is th,   '. - "'��� ami the differ- one                           '    K '
JJ'SSSuo" wlll (couver er    Company!     Un between point of dl- J__e
Yntyw'^/f; is expedient that | having its head office at the Cil ol     return.    The whol,   .
8lvV    taxation   should   be; Vancouver,   British Columbia
|lll>
. V
ll
I
Used ""
.hould   be Vancouver,  British Columbia   i,  . returned to river near more
-hould be capital    of    $2,600,000,  divided nd difference of ele-
of the Corpora- 2,500,000  ahare.  of    $1.00    each   a, olnt of diversion and |
island,
group.     Dat��_ |
Applying   for   the
-mg    1C0  acres
Pi
a' and the
;eeDent0urels"D9ho_id  be filly-paid up.  ' ���   about 300 fee,. U)j    Dated June
(ib)  The  nam,.,  of  the   _ke.  str, int-nde I   to   be ���	
ymen-  oi  or  B0Uroe   (ii   unnamed,   the  di   ,  ;   w%rk.   wl" !    Di 	
proposed  tlon  l8  all    unnamed    cree    _, ac,"H'    <k>  Tlli   n��-i    ', ' '     Kaage One,
.on, 8"u  ...   amount.
ABd.��"   ... debenture
ALBERT HUNT,
���'   H.  FORD, Agent.
6th.  1909.
_t.r. _nder"thls By-Law, and ,,.���,.,   lh(,    northeasi
.staking fund tor the pay- Mlslllloet river, North
an    unnamed   creek  comi .
i-
on   the  7th   day  of     la      notic,    bai  John john80n   0(
1;', application    win   be )��*   '"-'���  B.  C, occupation,    sale.
Commissioner   .p.,   the ""' nds  ,��� apply &,- permisslo;
MOBBED BECAUSE
HE SPOKE TO NEGROES
MADE IH CANADA
���
August   1909.     (1)  Give,
Idressea of anv ri- ilan^
Conn,., ni il,
I, '  ,",',,, iv, i. s whendue, jIllet (llu|jau Rt7er) at ()I. .i;, |U fou_
leiii " ' b)    ,"'���>- miles from its mouth
:^��ka����MV V7S3U*
>c!l v    ,area the sum ol One lnou. CI-,.el_ with _a d  river ,    , ,., . 7   "' .b,e dn'-clea
''"',' l  Seventy-seven      ,.,.   Ti.���  ���,,.,.,,,,���   '.  ,..  , works,  either  above
Hundred ana eevem-y =        ,    (d).  ibe quantity 0f water applied or below
($1177.30) Dollars.        ,,   'for  (In cubic    feet per second),   150 Vancouvei   I   -
,,.  m ���idcr to raise t��<- l(.,,bic feet per second. Tl,
' '   ' """s:i,"v ,"i',o      (e)'The    character of    the    pro- Association of th. (torn!          which
nWand!            ���"ni,nYH- l"'s'-d work" '�� ll"; ""version o ithorized   ,.,.     ���,^          ������
^o,Wll^anequal speclaLrateL^ by meaM of ^ M       ��� w,���,      ^d8P^f0^pUcatlon
.,.    ,���.  r.,1u.ied_ to_b_e|I1;.luiral waterways, tunnels and  ;,i;.    ,      (3)
to        chase
the  following  describee
on
u is-
B.  F.  Dickins,
Memorandum ot
��� - Island and Davies
dollar
Wlllllc
^flty^NewV
l.Y
rateable property j.uld  the
;  ���    ol jects for
which    the
to which
ompany are    restricted
electricity for me- are ih-. acquisition of water and water
industrial    and commercial power  by records of unrecorded wa-
ailll     i_wl��Ml��_.
I ,'s
Ul    ���''
aijtlij
t_e total amount of (
,,,  enture <lol't of  the
,,.    \i , on,   Two
,isand One Hun.
s Irrespective
establishment in connection Compan    Is established and
therewith o    a  water power plant  foi   objects    v    _
.,   the  whole rateapi.  ,,     generatio_ of
;-n���. .._���, city, according chanfca,
'  r'',";,!|,,:ins''T���r^ilm1',|'U,''M,S,'%a,,,J  PartlcUla_!>   "'   ' the  purchase of  water re-
��� - '     nv   on   TtoiSaEd   Four r'f10" ��,f "'0,0,'s' """" ""r>- '"' -:"   ""���"> ";  "���  :"" privilege, tor (a) Con-
MUd ��??*����� (1^3.1446. llghlD_i utram_af.     amJ """;   work' '""'"'^   "grating  and  malnUinlng
>"<' wl1"'11 s"di lighi, heat and power electric works, power houses   gener-
ire suitable and available, atlng plant and such other appliances
(fi. The    premises    on   which   thi   :u"'  convenl ncea   as    ar,.   necesBary
li,, ,. water l> to be used is   to   generate ll"'1 l'r"i"r 'or the generating <>f elec-
eleotrlc power,  light    and    beat    toi   trlcity, or electric power, or any otheT
traction,  lighting,    heating,  manufac     '"" "'   :' '���'   ,;,"'l   power,    and    for
turlng and ail ami .very Industrial oi   transmit!   . same kp be used by
other  purposes   to   which  it may   be  ���'"���' Company or by  persons or com-
���ed un- al'l'l'ed. panles contracting with the company
Jv-law "���' '' the water la to be used roi therefor, __ ���., motive power for the
power or mining purposes describe operating of motors, machinery or
lurovement ""' l'lat,�� wl1"'--- the water is to be re- leciTlc l!-|! "S or other works or to
: ���? the ''Incinerator De- ""''"'d to some natural channel and '"' applied by the Company to con-
u�� ;'' ,"', - ,in. ,,.' .-,-u the difference In altitude between s,im"'.'- for heating or as a motive
���"',; i-,w 1909'��� ol P��lnt uf diversion and point Ol r- P��we'' f'"' Propelling tramways, or for
- Deb"",!'.i���. -,'.i,'���u��ai or'lntp-r- lurn- The *"^' ^ to be returned :"'l,vi]n^ ,ia,lli"S. "Wng, pumping.
(b none of'-    I1-       ' |to   tne   North   Arm   of  Burrard   Inlei   "Kiting,  crushing,    smelting,  drilling
;'    i    Mnnicknai t'oun-':u or "':ir the place where the pres- ;""1  "ljI!in^ or for any other opera-
he MunH^pai^oun^    ut   ^  hona*  ^ ^   ^nnUna^   lo I tions to  which It  may be adapted or
, g  a.t  a   post   i,'niiieil
"����� I  ��� ':, shore of John islan I
land   ietween K
lsiand. Dated, June 6th, 1909. Ap-
Plying for the whr>_ island containing 60 acres mor.. 0r I	
JOHN   JOHNSON,
Per  S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June oth. 190ft
"Representative     Citizens"!
Threaten Life of Man Who
Didn't Draw Color Line.
Dl trici of Coast
Tl
Itange One.
Cincinnati, A.ug, 12.���Btcaus. he
ilipjok hands with the negro presiding elder of the A.M.E.    Conference
Iat the town <*i Libel,, Miss., co the
Illinois Central Railroad,  Rev. Frank
IN. English sa.ys be had a narrow
escape with his lite. He has returned
to tin- pastorag, of Flnley M. B.
Church, ibis city-, and th�� presidency
of the Cincinnati Missionary Training
BAKING
POWDER
itl 219.100 i""-'y
���  Three   Hundred    and
sand     ($378,000..
the * of .,.,
nmta-m   'bou
( -Hospital   Debenture   oy
vorki Debi nture By
ake notice that .lamas V\aison, oflSchool, ami hag declined the Prt��l-
vancouver, ii. c, occupatton, farmer, dency of Rusi University,, a big Meth-
intei is to apply for permlssien to pur- odist universlt) for colored folk
onase the following describea lands: | Rev. Mr. English bad gone south to
Commencing at a post planed on look Into the field with whi.fc. the
ihe northeasi shore of Owl island, presidency of the Rust Dniverslt)
Datei ji,���e gth, 1909. Applying for j would I,rug him Into touch. He was
the whole Island, containing 160 acres | asked to deliver an address on "_-lu-
more or less
.ere are many baking powders but
There is Only One
MACIC BAKINC POWDER
It is Pure, Wholesome and Economical.
SOLD IN ALL SIZES.
E. W. GILLETT CO��� LTD.
Toronto. Ooi*
JAMES  WATSOiH,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June fith, 1909.
I," tie 'I
District of  Coast   flange One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
lntemls to apply tor permission to pur-
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
chase the following described lands:
lv ���   '   ,; of lh"e City 0t ent  power house of the applicani   .
Toft-Co ���    '    '   . _7fc_lws-    ""uaited.      The    difference   of eleva- to bp us^d ^ suppllr. for or In con
��v,vv       ;       !"��  ���* ir tion  between polnl of diversion   and|ne_?lon  wlth any o111^ purposes tor
',;'   Vb)   way' oI>'l��to.  r.-,���r���  is about, 200 fee,       ,wh1^
   bod,       U).  Hie  area   oi  Crown   land     in-
cation al the negro conference, and |
went to Ethel, Miss., Saturday. July
24, expecting to make tbe speech the
next day. On Sunday luonniin; however, a representative citizen of the
town called upon him to tel] him the
address must not be delivered.
"We don't  bolleve In the education
of niggers down here," said the repre  I
tentative, citizen.    Rev.    Mr.  English
Commencing  at  a  post  planted  in Ihowever,  weni  to the conference, As
the bay at northwest corner of Maud ; he mounted the rostrum he shook!
sland, the largest island in the In- hands with the negro presiding eldtii-, j
dian group. Dated June ilth, 1909. 1 When he returned to the little hotel, |
Applying  for  the  whole  island,   con- *  delegation  of  furious citizens   me!
bim and made threats as to what they |
USE CABLES TO
ROB LOP DON BANKS
Foreign Crooks Devise In
genious Scheme to Secure
Vast Sum.
lectrlclty    or    electric    power
may ibe applied or required,    (g)  i-'or
��� ,, who may be- will-   tended Unoccupied by _t.,v P^POSed ZllY' "^   aD('    "^     P��Wer
j from an;, person or p- r.sons,
may be
.,   .   ,, the same on the credit  work�� _f.H.l  '      ������-..���:
talnlng  GO acres  more or less
BERGKTA  ANuFRSON,
Per S.  H. FORD,  Agent
Dated June Gth, 1909.
T>
Irs an
���to
le purposes mei
2. It sh&il be
cause uiy nu   tier
tor use. application and dis- (
trlbution by erecting dams. Increasing
lhe  lip-ud   ot water  In    any    existing
liody of water, or extending the ar_a
it. anv sum or sums of  money,  t3th,  liih     16th  19th   day of July,
'^&hde(��o.%SS2?ASSES?��o_KSre;5��gr "':::' ""��� ff:;'r ' :""   '
. ���,,..,. ��� . sain.- to be paid  August, 1909.
Tivasury ol the s_d City for     'he pan of    the memorandum or,
entloned  herein." asosclatlon   of  the    company    which
awful for the Mayor Iauthorizes the   proposed   application
of   deb, ntur-s  and works,  reads as follows:
.�� made,   not .x'ceding   In   the,    tii). The    objects  tor    which    the
i0let_.��i_ of Twenty  Thousand company is established and to which iprovemenl and use of the said water
,1 Do    i for such sums of'objects   the company   are   restricted and  water  power or by altering, re-
n'ej ai may be required; not less are  the    acquisition  of    wa'er    and |newing,  extending,  improving,  repair-
ar. i:   0 each,   or an equivalent |water power  by records of unrecord- ||np or  maintaining  anv such  works,
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take  notice  that    Prank Jacobson
of Vancouver, B.  C.
mer,  intends to apply for
were going to do to him.    They would
'not   let   the   hotelkeeper   serve    him
any dinner.
Mr,   English,     dinnerless,     beat   a
i hasty   -etn-at   to   the   Illinois   Central
station.   He appealed to the agent asjeipher, properly authenticated hy sec
Ion   far- iaa oftcl,al of Lhe r��ad ,.    Sb*1U!r,' "^iret code wonls, directing tb.m to pay
permission  protect Him.   He was alloweo to come \       ���   oertal_   mun   muu,iuil.d   wtose
London, Aug. 12.���A daring, attempt
was tuuue recently to deirauu lour
l_*idon banks of  ���120,000.
The banks iu question each received on Ui(j sanie morning u cablegram
from  itio  de Janiero    ln    the   bank
to   purchase   the  following   described' *""������ '"," was ,uot Siven myaS*[** addreas was given at a   Bloomsbury
am. pond or lake, Into any other i Commencing at a post planted ln
channel or channels, laying or erect- a small bay on north shore of Bend
Ing any llm. or flume, pipe or wire-island. Dated June Gth, 1909. Apt-instructing any raceways, reservoir, j plying for the whole island, contain-
aqueduct welr, wheel, building, oriing SO acres more or less,
pither v-rectlon or work which may be, FRANK JACOBSON,
required  in  connection  with  the im-1 per g   H   FORD   Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
.as, as the station  agent was fearful . hOLel   the Bum o�� u(.arl    ��30>Uou   aild
<if violence.    Meanwhile the mob was
gathering, armed with clubs. As. tii*
train pulled up, he made a quick, dasa.
for tbe cars and gained them, in
sa__.y.
foressed In ;oui. :s et�� rling of  the ed   water  or   by    the    purchase
ot
or any part  thereof.
District of  Coast  Range One,
Take  notice that Adolph  O.  John^
lulled Kingdom of Great Britain and water  records    or    water    privileges VANCOUVER   POWKR   CO'Y     LTD   s��n- of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
Ireland,  lta ralue  of   4.SG6   to  the  for. fqlmi_t___'_    H    W    Hone '    .   B   farmer, intends   to   apply   for  permis-
found sterUnc and all  bucIi  deba.it-1    (a).    Constructing,    operating    and j la!-"'" '    ,���'���"',     '        ' '  sion   to  purchase     Jie    following de-
aball .e sealed  with  the    Seal maintaining   electric     works,     power K- u       ura' scrit>ed lands:
ft the     ���;       ii   signed by    the houses,  generating  plant    and    such j J- V. Armstrong .Secretary. commencing at a post plantedi on
fcavor and   countersigned    by    the ioth,.r appliances and conveniences as P- O. Address, Vancouver. B-<-jtie n0rlh sl)ore of Crlb lsja_d.    Dated
ffressarer thereof, or  by  such  other ..re   nccesasiy   and    proper  for     the   [Seal of the Vancouver Power Coy., j June 6th,    1909.      Applying    for the
CAN  FLY THOUSAND MILES
SAYS ORVILLE WRIGHT
LAND   ACTS.
District  ot   Coast   Range  One.
Take notice t-hat O. B. Anderson, of
described
terser, or \ww?.% a< may  be  there- generating of electricity    or   electric ,       i^d.]
onto lawfully authorized, power,  or    any    othe  form    of    de- j s=s,
Tte   tali debentures  shall   be veloped   power,  and  for transmitting
ft.lVie on \\,t first day of July 1959, the sume to be used by the company J
It such place or flare- as the Coun- or by  persons or companies contract-
Ill of tiie said Corporation may from  ing   with   the     company   therefor,   as
B_e to Ume appoint,    with   the  ap- a motive  power for the operating  or
froval of !.',_: ;      thereof,    and  motors,  machinery,   or   electric   light-I Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
ill hare attached to them coupons ing or other works, or to be supplied intends to apply    for   permission to
p the payment ol Interest    at the iby   the  company   to  consumers    for purchase    the    following
Me of five par centum per annum on beating or as a motive power for pro-
la amount thereof,    which   Interest j polling   tramways,    or    for    driving.
jail he paya-le half yearly   on   tholhauliug.     lifting,     pumping,   lighting.
|rst ol January ,i;.|  the first day of Icrushing,  smelling,  drilling  and  iniU-
|uly. In each and every year, and th--  ing or tor any    other operations    to
ild coupons shall be signed  by  t_e i which it may be adapted    or    to    be
dd Mayor, us-.-d or supplied for or ln connection
1   _  special   rate on  the  dollar!with   any   other  purposes    for   which
t* levied  and   raised   In  each  electricity   or   electric  power  may   be
W��, fa addition to all other  rates, applied  or required,
all rateable property of '.he City.     (gl. For      rendering     water    and
JHdent to paj  thi   iiiier, st  on  the, water  power available  for  use,  appli-
febeutures and to create  a  sink ng ^cation and distribution    by    erecting
whole  island,    containing    90    acres
[more or less.
I ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th.  1909.
New  Westminster   Land  District,  District of New Westminster.
at   of   Orville   Wright   here   today | > formerly
...iir.     thai     .l.__.��    __.._���_>___.+____     tivwliitiji �� " "
.V<*w York. Aug. I'J.���That -either-he
or hfs brother could fly a thousand
mil��B fn their aeroplane was the -ta*--
mi
He said that their perfected machine
could carry fu-1 enough to last 25
hours, which would enable it to travel
a thousand miles if a forty-mile speed'
were   maintained
Wright declined to say whether tie
would be willing to enter a coute-sc of
speed and endurince, but waul "we
consider that w> have the best, ma-
ehi_e in the world."
to charge the senders ot the cablegram
with thy amount.
A call was first made at the Russian bank hi Gracechurch street. The
magnitude of th_ sum asked tor bad
made i_e otlicials suspiocius, and tne
latter's answers to questions not proving satisfactory, an appointment was
made for another day.
Communication was opened witn
Rio de Janiero, and it transpired that
the cablegram was a forgery and bad
an employee of the South American
bank.
Meanwhile three other men bad
called at three oth.er banks an precisely similar errands, but witn no
more auocess than that achi_v_d by
the first.
The city police, as soon as they received notification of the facts, advised the city banks and other banking houses throughout the country of
ands: I Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    in
Commencing at a post planted In a j tends to apply for permission to pur-
tiia.ll bay on north shore of Berry is-jchase the following described lands:
land,  dated  June  4th,   1900.      Apply-1    Commencing at  a  post  planted   at
ng for tlie whole island, containing j Northeast corner of lot 1469, thence
100 acres more or less. south 20 chains, thence east 40'oli_.inpy
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
Wright said that he Is confident that
the aeroplane will be used very soon j^ term "of    S'VhwTtte'il-I
for carrying ma: s. as it will he aW�� I attempting to practice,
h, exceed In swiftness and dll-^tiap.ss      A  ^script;on   o��   ^  caUe. at  the
t__      o,i._ n... wiifrM t������, vi, of l��f "*?*. ���>     \ ""'      k"881^ **** *����� been secured,    tie
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of I operated  on   railroads. It_   described   as   being    of    powerful
lAiild, broad-shouldered, about thirty-
five years of age, height 5 ft. 11 in.,
Uttie black mustache, swarthy, wear-
jing cropped black hair speak.ng
Rail WAV ffl i French fluently, wearimg a frock coat
e.XtUk.itaj' VU��     |UI14 t0p ^tj gjjj at times pince-nez.
I    Inquiries   at   the  Blooms.ury   liotel
show that the man had been associat-
Double      transcontinental     --iTic.le(1 witll another man who is describ-
���
Canadian Pacific
N for the payment of the principal  dams, increasing the bead of water In jimends to appl
District  of  Coast  Range  One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,,   B.
thence north to coast, thence following the coast line to point of eotn.
niencement.
WILFRID DOUGAJJ*.
Per G. M. Dougali,. Agent.
Dated Julv  21st,  1909.
*'*of when due, subject to anv Act .any existing body of water, or ex-
enacim.nt respecting the same. j tending the area thereof, diverting
5. Subject as aforesaid, ther   shall ithe waters of any stream, pound
C, occupation, lady, i
. I     Re  nan
v tor permiss.on to pur- |    "���" Y
,,,-ir... ,<^.,ri.��H  liiniis-   ter of  sei
llaed annually by special rates
i aforesaid, during the currency ot
Ibe said debentures, th.. sum of One
ITiousand ($1,000-00) Dollars lor the
|ay��ent of Interest thereon and the
l��m o! One Himdrvd and Seventy-
feven and 30-100 ($177.80) Dollars to
"* .de for the repaytment of the Prln'
i- The pi-oc*___ of the sale of the
IW debentureg shall  h�� applied as
���ouows, and not otherwise:   Towards
pin. the coal of ihe    Pass'ng    of
Bylaw  and  lhe  Issue  and  ��a_
pi tne debenture, therein Teferred to.
'��� "bis By-law shall take effect on
�� Mil. day or \upnst 1909, and may
>c.M ^ the incinerator Debenture
~!-la., jr,,,,, .
J  This By-law before   the    final
���Mslng thereof, . 1.-..11 ,,.ceive the ��������
I?-"  "I the electors of the said City
���"toe manner required by law.
"''"iv.-il the assent of the electors
^Vr,   '-, ",!''u',lf 1����9-
K"''<i!isl(l..r,.(l
l?_��n Council the day of
lake into any other channel or channels, laying ot erecting any line or
flume, pipe or wlre constructing any
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, welr,
wheel, building or other erection or
work which may be required in connection with the Improvement and
use of the said water and water-
pow<M- or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or
maintaining any such works or any
part thwreof.
VANOOUVER POWER CO., LTD.
Signatures: F. H. W. Hope, A. _.
Beck, directors; J. V- Armstrong, secretory.
P.  O.  Address,  Vancouver,   B.  C
[Seal of Vancouved Power Co.. Ltd.J
ll acre) of southeast quar-
ction    12,  township  %,  N.w
', Westminster district.
chase the  following  described  lands
Commencing at a post.planted on j
tne north shore of JO-M^dl 'B^* flcate of title number 1757a. Issued in
sa 'jslr .r�� IsSi?s b *M ���m 0ieso_, _��been
the  whole  island,    40 acres  more or
ess.
DORA ANDKRSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
WATER NOTICE.
and finally  passed  In
dty _l..k
Mayor.
Tak-,
true
NOTICE.
noi|t��  that  Uie  above   Is   a
*_c_li,i I ,,"> iir��i,ose<i Qy-Ulw
��� will i,��� taken into consideration
ol New w  f      Counc" ��* the clty
N'niie,
Notice Is 'hereby given that an application will  be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license  ln   the  New   Wesuuin��t.-r   Ol-
vlslon  of   New  Westminster   District.
(ft)   The  name,  address  and  occupation of  th.  applicant  is  the  Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
lt8 head office at the City of Vancouver   British   Columbia, and  having  a
api tai  of  $2,500,000  divided  Into  2,-
500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all full*
paid up.  (b)   The name of the  lake,
stream   or   source,     MlslUoet    Klver,
North  Arm,   Burrard    Inlet,     (Ind an
River),   (c)   The   point  of   diversion
is situated  about  12 miles  rrom tne
inouth of the river, (d) The quantity
of water applied for in cubic feet p"
second,   800.    (e)   The   character  01
the  proposed  works, a  wateiig*
plant for the genparation of electncoy
for  merchanlcal, industrial  and com
merciai  purposes and particularly  m
the  operation  ot   motors,   macniney,
electlc   Mghfllng,     the   0POT��Uo"hYh
tramways and other works tor wmou
such light,  heat and powvr are sua-
able  and   available.      (!)    |_e  premises on  which  the water Is  to ."
UHed Is situated at or near h-ign w>��
mark at the mouth of the nw \ni
The purposes for which the w.a,^.l
to be used Is to generate elect��� V ";
er, light and heat for traction, ugnv
Ing heating,  manufacturing aad    a"
and every Industrial or other Purposes
to  which  It may  be  applied.     U)   '
.   1909."   to  obtain  the water ls to bo used for JOWerW
the    New  Westminster | mining   purposes  describe   tne   Place
,, ������ -s.iulnster one month from
of in .1 ��  "'�� tlrst Publication there
Column    -"Da"y  News"  and   "1Jaly
J0Uln.n        n,v��'��PapeTS, which first
SlJ  ,r  .,','!   ���?___   l,i,lc* ��* the   22nd-
��� r   July 1909, and that a Vote of
on.     '^V'1 lWClt'r wlU ��* mken
25th ,1 Proposed   bylaw  on the
hours.    1 AllKU9t' 1909' between the
n- ai"i,"lu." ��'Rlpck a.m. and Ave P-
T^ r0 iti, m0wl"_    place9p hame!y:
the l-'i      , ,rhambeT' clvlc b����ding;
^^-.w.'iris   YtaaTrt��n:    ^d  thP
street Storehouse,      Eleventh
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted tn
bav at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per  S.   II.  KORD,  Agent
Dated June tith, 1009.
I filed In this offlce.
Notice is hereby givani that I snail,
at the expiration of one month from
the date of the first pufcii��alaon hereof in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said pj.rti_eat_ unless
| in the meantime valid abjection be
made to me in writing.
Wr. S_ KEITH.
District Rug. trar of Titles.
I_ind   Registry   Office,     New   West-
mlnster, B. C. August '_. 1909.	
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer Intends to apply tor permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore in a small bay on
Compton island. Dated June ith.
1909. Applying for the whole lsiand,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th. 1909.
A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk.
22nd,  1909.
WATER NOTICE.
ftS ^r_,*!dlven thnt 8"""
a l��_aeWater Act
Und.o-   Part V.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, carpenter intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated June 4th, 1909. Applying for
the whole island, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th. 1909.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Albert Hunt, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands: .
Commencing at a post planted in
Take noiice, that an application has
be^i made to register Annie Ryder
as the owner In fee simple, under a
tax sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher
to Annie Ryder, bearing date tlie l'Jth
day of Oetob... A. D., 1906 of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being lu the district of New
Westminster, in the province of British Columbia, more particularly
Known and described as Lot 23, Block
L; Lots S, 9, 16 and 17, Block 4; Lots
1,  8, 9, 16 and  17, Block 6;   Lots 4,
5, 12, 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots 1, 8, 9,
16 and 17, Block 10; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16
and 17, Block 12; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13 and
20, Block 13; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17,
Block 11; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17,
Block 16; Lots 4, 5, and 20, Block 17;
Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 18; Lot
6, Block 21, all subdivision, of Lot
203, Group 1. Lots 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
and 15. Block "K" subdivision of Lot
268, Group 1. Lots 24, 25, 26, 27, 31
and 32, Block 1; Lots 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,18, 19 and 20,
Block 4; Lot 16, Block 5; Lots 1, 8, 9
16 and 17, Block 15; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13
and 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
203, Group 1. Lot 7, Block 4 of
Lot 227, Group 1, Map 174.
You and lose claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest In the said land by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any- Interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
Is not registered under the provisions
of the "Land Registry Act," are re-
putred to contest the claim of the tax
Hirchaser within twenty days from
the  date of first publication of this
daily,  with   Pullman  tourist and tfa-led as a German, twenty-six years of
ing -cars- i^e, 5 ti. 6 In., m height,   fair   hair,
Atlantic  Express   leav.es  at  9:U��. ��-
m.
Eastern   Express   leaves   at   7  p.m.
St. Paul train leaves,- at 2:10.
Cheap excursion Aw,g. 11 aiiid 12_
For full particulares., apply to
C. R FOSTER, E. GOUIET,
G. P. A., Vancouver.     CP.R. Ag'.
slight moustach slight squint slight
build, and wearing a Ught grey suit
and panaiua hat.
SEARCHLIGHT  MAKES
WITNESS TELL TRUTH
English Watchmaker
Gold Watchns for Ladies trom $1275
up.
Silver Wa__��es, gents' open face
$6.00.
Silver Watehes, gents' open case,
$7.50 up.
Agent tor Waltham and Elgin
Watches
Watch pairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Tw*
from   Geo. Adams, Grocer
Washington, Aug. 12.���A local police judge has mounted a searchlight
upon his desk to detect perjury. Long
experience upon the bench has taught
him that from the class of prisoners
brought before him it wag diiflcult 10.
obtain trustworthy testimony.
Searching for a cure for this evil ho
began the experiment with light. An
electric light, with a strong refelctor,
waa brought into use, and as the police prisoners are brought to the witness stand he turns on the impromptu
searchlight. The strong rays enable
the judge, sitting in the shadow, to
follow every facial expression of the
offenders, and it is found that perjury
has been greatly reduced.
The judge, who is a student of criminology, reads the faces of the visitors
and, lii a way, their thoughts and upon
the appearance of an effort to escape
the consequences of the truth he
promptly checks them.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being filed within such period, or in
default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will be
forever estopped and debarred from
Betting up any claim to or tn respect
of the said land, and 1 shall register
Annie Ryder as owner thereof in fee.
And I hereby order that publication
of this notice for twenty days ln a
dally newspaper published In New
Westminster will be good and suffl
clent servl* thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office
MILLIONAIRES  BUILD
THEMSELVES HOSPITAL
Lek Geneva, Wis., Aug. 12.���TUe
colony of millionaires owning summer
housese around Lake Gtmeva has taken steps to build a modern, thoroughly appointed emergency hospital here.
Almost $100,000 already has b.en subscribed.
The movement was Started right after a serious automobile accident In
which Phillip Swift, son of the millionaire Chicago packer, was so severely injured that want of facilltlea
for an immediate operatiua might
have proved fatal.
ECHO OP OLD SCANDAL
HEARD   IN   NANAIMO
_  George F. Wells,    William Marchant
notice upon you, and in default of a Smith, Edward James Thaln.
Nanaimo, Aug. 12 ���The echo ot one
of the most sensational crimes and
scandals that has stirred the Pacific
Northwest in the last few y.ars was
aroused here last night through a dis-
u  covery of the provincial police.     The
New Westminster, Province of British .ltlable figure of the Still well-remembered crime, Esther Mitchell, the girl
who shot her brother because ha
killed Elder Creffield, a leader of the
religious sect calling themselves ''Holy
Rollers," in Seattle two years ago
last month, has been found in a Chinese den In the last stages of degrada.
tlon and misery.
Columbia, this 4th day of August, A
D., 1909.
W. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Charlotte Cooper, James Anderson      Laldlaw,    J.    Laldlaw    Estate.
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Crockery
PROOF
THE very fact that there are
more Great  Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron   Ranf.i
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three times as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON    &    LUSBY,
Columt la Street
City News
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCN00L
We have a few
odds and ends left
that we are clearing off.    Call and
,      _ \j\xr   Bcnuui   nas   De.n   mica   up   witn
see our special cutsithe best and most modern equipment
��� T^v* t rt,'or  the    purpos;     of    training   steno-
in   JJinnerWare.        If  grapnel,  and  bookkeepers for  future
. .   . [usefulness and  success.      Enroll   now
you want anything iand be prepared to acc!Pt a good pay.
in this line or in
OPENS MONDAY, AUGUST 16,
AT 9:30.
610 Columbia Street
Our school  has been fitted  up with
the grocery line
you will never do
any better than at
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop*
ing  position  in  the  early spring,
Office open from 2 to 4:30; call for
any information you may desire concerning  rates, etc.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal and Manager
414     FOURTH       AVENUE.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
USE
MUIR. MOSQUITO OIL
TO  KEEP THE  MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
The Art of Giving
is to seUct an article both useful   and  beautiful.    This  combination
will be found in my new stock of
SILVERWARE
Amongst the many articles will be found Fruit Dishes, Cak; Baskets, Bread Trays, Toast Racks. Butter Dishes, Bon Bon Dishes,
Spoon  Trays,  Napkin   Rings, Child's     Silver    Mugs,    Child's     Sets. |
Cream and Sugar Sets, Sugar     Spoons.
Glad to have you call  and  look over my stock
Everything for the garden at Tidy's
phone 1S4. ������
The McCubblns brothers of New
Westminster have purchased 160
acres of land at Aldergrove, through
W. C. Curtis of tbe staff of VY. J. Kerr
& Co.. Ltd. Tin price paid was
about fifty dollars an acre.
For first-class cut nowers and any
kin'l of Floral work, teleuiione Davn-
Greenhouse, K^u_. "
Ed. Goulet, local agent of the C.  .
R.,  leaves  today  l'or  Beattle  with lus
family returning Sunday evening. Thi
exposition   will   be   visited  but   other
points   of    inler.-st     will   not   bt-  neglected,
That   light, delicious,   wholesome
bread you so much enjo/ed at youi
trlend's hous. was made  with Ho bin
Hood Flour. ������
As a result of Increased tiaiflc cm
tlic- local branch of the C. P. Jt- and
Die loni. hours caused by the new
train schedule, an extra train crew
will be employed on tli_> line, coni-
menclng today, working niglit and
day shifts.
II. Sullivan, train despatcher of th-
Canadian Northern at Edmonton, Is
.i.i the city and will probably bring
bis family to the coasl to reside lu
the near future. 11,. Is looking for
land and is being shown around by
, VV. C. Curtis.
Uuy  orchard   lands   while  they   are
cheat) and become Independent,     \\p-
are the official agents of The Western j
Home and Improvement Co,, Ltd. Lei I
us tell you about thi ir choice holdings
at Appleland.      A  new  townsite and i
fruit  district    along  the  line of    th-e I
iB.  C.  Electric  Chilliwack line and  V.
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway I
;Th;s section excel]. In the production)
'of all fruits.    Come at once while the
best lands are selling cheap and let us i
show you this section at our expense.
We  can   sell    flve.   ten,    fifteen  anil
!twenty acre tracts ou easy terms.     _'.
I J.  Hart & Co., Ltd. ** i
A horse attached to one of T. J.
Trapp & Co.'s delivery rigs look the
bit in its teeth yesterday afternoon
and made a wild dasa along Front
: street. No damage was done, the
runaway being stopped near the department of public works wharf.
|
The ciiy police, under tlie direction ;
of   Chief   Mcintosh,   raided   an  opium .
den in Chinatown last night, securing
Six  Celestials  in   the  act   of  Inhallpg
,the dream-producing fumes,  and also j
la quantity of opium. The sleepy ones \
| will be arraigned in the police court
i this morning and confronted wiih the ;
evidence of their wrongdoing.
I    Don't miss seeing the "eighth won-
jd.r of the world," the salmon fishing
��� on  the Frafler river, during ilie pres-
jent season; the greatest in four years,
i Thousands upon  thousands of fish to
'be seen. Visit the cannerii-s at Steveston.     The S.S. Transfer leaves Braes.
man-Ker's  wharf  daily   at   3   p.m. excepi    Saturday,    when     the  steamer
leaves at 2 p.m., returning same day.
One dollar  return.      On    Sundays  a
special     excursion   to   Steveston   and
return is  made, remaining at  Steveston   about    an    hour    and    a    halt.
Steamer   leaves  B.   C.   Electric  whart
at 3 p.m., arriving back at New Westminster at 8  p.m.      Fare, one dollar
return. *"
Further attempts to recover the
Greai Northern locomoiive which
plunged into the river from the Prase,
river bridge recently will shortly be
made and lt ls believed with better
chances of success, Scce the water
is at a much lower stage than when
lh,. former attempts were made. The
three Great Northern divers, H. Cook,
L. Graves and B. Gilbert, returned to
the city last night from Seattle and
will make arrangements today tor a
further descent into the stream.
Campling  at  White  Rock,  with   Its
bathing, boating, cool sea breezes and i
its  excellent  train  service  is  proving
attractive to many these hot days. We ,
have seven lots left ai $H��l each. Secure  one  now;   they   will   be  $2iu  or '
more next year,     Twenty-five dollars
down will hold one for you.      White,
Shiles  &  Co., ciiy. **
STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY.
BORDEN   ACKNOWLEDGES
MERITS OF  ROSS RIFLE
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jewelei
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
Ottawa. Aug. 12.���Sergeant Rus.-vll.
of the Governor-General's Foot Guard.;,
has returned from Bisley. In the
;coups,, of an Interview, In which he
expressed a high opinion of the Ross
rifle, he made the Interesting statement that among the visitors to thei
Canadian camp was R. L. Borden, Cmn.
servative leader, who was so convinc-i
ed by the proof of the work done by;
'the Ross rifle that he declared that so
(far as he was concerned it would no
j longer be made a political issue.
Model Si__n Works *****************************************************
FOR SALE.
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Blacksmith   Shop
AND
Program   changed    Monday,   Weo- j
nesday  and  Friday.    Special  matinee
(or ladles and children Saturdays at
1:80 p. m.
OUTFIT COMPLETE
This is a great opportunity for anyone
desirous of securing a good business.
For full particulars apply to
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
AUGUST'S
LOW PRICES
On All Summer Lines
MEAN A GREAT 5AV1NG TO YOU
Every department is vigorously endeavoring tc clear
out the odds and ends this month. Today's list
shows distinctly the underpricing now being adopted
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15  PIECES PLAIN AND FANCY
DRESS  GOODS,
25c   PER  YARD.
Regular 35c to 60c.
.lain and fancy lustr.-s, mixed
tweeds, plaids, bluck an.i white
checks, etc., In good popular shades.
Materials are most appropriate for
children's school dresseB, ladies'
skirts, etc. Rp-gular values 35c to
60c.  Your choice per yard 25c
250 PAIR OF
LADIES'  FANCY   HOSE,
50c PER PAIR
Regular 60c to 75c Values.
Tan, black, grey and white lace
hose, embroidered hosi', in tan, black,
grey and plain; lisle hose heavy in
weight, many shades of tan, champagne, grey, cardinal, pink, sky and
black and white; sizes 8 1-2, 9, 9 1--
and 10 inches. Regular 60c to 75c,
to clear, per pair 50c
SEMI-READY   PRINCESS   ROBES
AT HALF PRICE
Mull and linen princess robe -sels
that can be made up with very little
trouble. Four only left. Regular
values $11, $12 anil $1_. On salt-,
$5.50, $6.00 and $9 00.
EMBROIDERED   WAIST   LENGTHS,
HALF   PRICE
Ten only, mull and India linen waist.
lengths an l linen fronts embroidered
in fancy designs. Insertion to match
for collars and cuffs. Regular valuvs
$1.50 to $3.60, On sale at on halt
price 75c to $1.75
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SEPTEMBER   BUTTERICK
PATTERNS   AND   DELINEATORS
are now on sale in the Pattern Depart,
ment.. Pattern stock Is again complete. Full stock of reorder pal
terns now In. New counter catalogues now ready for us.-. "Butterfck
Fashions," tho most popular Butter-
Ick publication now before the
<m sale, each 25c
LADIES 'WHITE
LAWN   KIMONAS,
$1 25  EACH
Attractively made of durable quality. These klmonas should prove
very serviceable and popular Mn I
from fine lawn and trimmed with band
of insertion. Sleeves are full and
long.
WELCOME   REDUCTIONS ON
LADIES' WHITEWEAR
Reductions which spell a distinct
saving to lovers of fine white underwear,
LADIES' UNDERSKIRTS, made ol
fine I.nglish cambric and long cloth;
regular value $1.50 and $1.75. Sab
price, each $1.25
LADIES' CAMBRIC
NIGHT GOWNS
Regular    values    $1.5n,    $1.6
$1.75.      Sale price, each	
) and
.$1 75
LADIES  FINE  LACE
CORSET COVERS.
Hxci-piionally   line    trimming
for yoke and neck  finish.      All
Regular values $1.50 and $1.75.
price, each	
used
BlZ<
Sale
$1.25
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