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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
mij}
VOLUME
OOIM STILL
REMAIN SCARCE
PMISPtKIl i GENERAL
IN THE NORTHWEST
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
2SO Columbia St.    Phone 85.
I
\
MORNING,  Jl'LY  29, 19'*.
FIVE CENTS PER COPY.
ONLY ALTERNATIVE
.esterday's Average in Upper River Was About
Thirty-Four.
Special    Reports   to     Headquarters  of
Molson's  Bank  Are  Encouraging Britain    Must    TalO    Budg-t I
���Lots   of   Hay.
MYSTERY OCCUPIES
POLICE ATTENTION
11 ii i be river bad another
da) tei daj       Number., oi
ii the catch in most
taw put
.Montreal,   Julj    -*     Molson
today   issued   crop    repoi v     recel
from iis ,-igonts all over Canad
show steady    Improvemi al    In
cial oondltlons oi fai mei - in I u
or Have Recourse to Protection.
.until.
.! ilj     28.���Addressing    a
  "������ '  ui;   men this aft.-moon In
a great  increase of area  under culil-1 :' budget,   Premier  As-
vation, an Increase in rooi cn '''   hal "''��� onl)  alt-erna-
Average  Thirty-tour. the  rasing  and   genera! A   ' offered    to    ChanceilOi     Uoyfl
ihm   ���im  fishing farmer In Manitoba puts Ii    v. '"'" Js tor raising thi new
R er   rthe upper  >������'��>  to  hav,     more    hi  ur,   was   tb,    ntroduo
wa-; ,.',,',    ���,..,;  i���.   w,,.k,   building   is   general,   pork  and irftf, but the Liberals would
.of   the river, man   ..a, ^ f  ^^   ^   ^   ^   _ _ ...  aQ.     si](.h    BUgges���on8
when;  'ast  year sold ai            ��� n |W|    reat countries, the two i    "'-
nerative pricf." ' commercial rivals we have In the
Managers suit their blank foi "' ll"��� premier, "bav,   been
hundreds of representative farmers inl' llu'ir  hands   al   tariff   fabrica
Further Light on Miss McLean's Disappearance���An
Anxious Father.
ere
__________________________
1my      Aboul    bi venty-flve    boats
i ty, and up the river,
,. to iin-s,   ��a.s about
jrtj -.     to ���     boat,     Toward the
outh of the river, the catches were
ul two lm.'' Ired lish were taken On
galuion    Hanks,    and  seventeen
caped   earlv   frost   in   June."      ������1���e|":"1>  caused the downfall of on,, ol
Igraln wa-, .own a bub   late, bul tin 'he most powerful mintBters in Europe.
busand ul Lumml, while from Polnl   growth has iten  verj   rapid and ram- The American Tariff.
Iljerts and    the    Gulf twenty-eight have  been plentiful." And whai is the case of the new
Lsaiid fish are reported.     8einers      A lumber firm dealing with a 'arm- American  tariff?    Why,  as
jW���li                                                Ing district in Manitoba writes; "Ha. can   make out, it  is universally con.
feuport.-  ���'  in  Victoria   are   to   tne .will he far easier to gel this year than demned by the whole American press
lect tlmt   the   sockeye   are   coming  lasi  and  will mean a greai Bavlng ol and   regarded   by   the  American  peo-
lo ihe ti"11   'n   enormous   schools,  time and  epense  to  the  tanner    in pi,, as a triumph of tb,.. particular in-
L ilispauii stated tbat  three and a"'ir  own   business   we   are   ahead  of
MINISTER CALLED
AWAY TO OTTAWA
IfmJlMo f salmon had been sighted jany year since ,s|Mi- :'nd although li
Aldermen   and these are thought is J"st  the beginning of tb.- building
lb. od tht-ii' wav io tlie Fraser river, season.   we  ar,,  going   to  do  quite   a
Jey  are   e_pected  to    arrive here lot   larger  building   business  than   Hi
but the end ol the presem week, or any previous year."
! commencement of   that coming. "  "
Detailed  Report.
ailed reports of  th,.  eaicb   from
. canneries are aa follows:
Rnacortes���Got    15,000    altogether,
which 5000 from Lopes, rest from
(ini Roberts and Gulf,
,'aneouver���ll<mis averaged 15 from
10 boats.
pruns** ck���Boats  averaged 8  from
Iboate. >  ..
E��ens���Boats  averaged  8   from" 4U
ats.
Imperiid���Hunts   averaged   10   from
l boats,
British America���Boatg averaged IB
Dili .8 boats.
|S��iuish Canadian���Boats  averaged
from tiii boats.
Mungo���Average   84,    from  7a
la is
iThe Brunswick Cannery rejiorts 'he
ss of a bow and net above th_i can-
Pry   yesterday       Dominion     license
S. L Wi.     An old net 6-tn ply,
mesh.     Boai  painted   while   wlte
Bck stripes around   gunwale.    Coal
Irred bottom.     Sail  tanned, marked
P. Co,
Dr. Pugsley Can Not Visit
Chilliwack���Plans to Return in Fall.
|BDU1 COUNCIL
TII MEET IN CANADA
pr��t Conference ot Methodist Church
01 World Planned for Toronto
For Year 1911.
Asbury Park, N. J. July 88.���Al  a
meeting   ol    the    Commission o,' the
IBcumenical Conference of  the M_ti
im"' Churches    of  the    World,  neld
",v today,   ii   was  decided   to  hold
Pe ne.vi conference In Toronto, Oan-
"ia. in October,  1911.���This  will   be
Pe fourth  conference,  the  first  one
'��� ��:  been held In London   England,
,'   ""!" in Washington, DX3��� and
! In London, Bnglan I.   It is
���,"1'1'1 ������' 'li   in  iis  scoiie    and    repro-
;",,,h'  "I  MeiiKiiiisui. its member.
Jmp'"     ting nr tb,. Methodlsi _pl_
j v v ;|,,. Methodlsi   Epleoo.
t.1 ' South, and the Methodist
1 , Canada,
. "', lv r^sl of all Mvthotlism Is ac-
f""h"- ������ ntred upon Hi,, wo -k of
n md the keenest rivalry
| to the sei tiring o a
!'������"' meeting, The Toronto dele.
., ! nl|l be Rev. Drs Carman and
K; '"il      Maclaren and  Mr.  H.
No Quorum  Present.
i'-'l nu- ting of the council of
i          I "i trade called for yeate.
    lias   been   further   ad-
'" the call of the chair.     Fi-
''!'        "i 111.-rs     were   the   principal
uujects  to come  befor,.  the council.
Hon. Dr. Pugsley, minister of public works for the Dominion, lias been
'called back to tht east, aad leaves
on bis private car Pilgrim tomorrow
from Vancouver. He regrets that it
Is impossible (o hlm to go up to Chilliwack, for which trip Robert Jardine
i had iiiadt. arrangements to secure a
vessel, but be experts to be out on
the coast again in September.
Dr. Pugsley promised the secretary
of the board of trade yesterday that
lie would endeavor to lunch here when
lie comes to the Pacific coast again.
To Mi. Wade, as to every one else
with whom he has discussed the matter. Dr. Pugsley speaks highly of the
Fraser river and its possibilities, and
expresses his determination to do all
he can to help the "Thirty F. et to the
Quit'   scheme.
lt is the intention of the department of public works to have 'be
FYuhllng dredge In constant operation, and all ihe dredged on the coast
belonging to tlie government will be
put on extra lime in the near future.
leresis over the general interests, for
they see the trusts ani monopolies
riimr. nelieil and reinforced in their
long and too victorious campaign
against   the consumer."
General Tariff  Impossible.
Mr ABqulth added that unless there
was a revolutionary change in public opinion here, it would be Impossible to carry a general tariff through
the  liritish  HouSe of Commons.
A vote Of confidence in tlie government's financial proposals, following
the premier's speech, was carried
unanimously.
The provincial police have been
win-kin^ quietly on the mystery of the
disappearance of Marion McLean,
i ter of A. McLean, now oi West-
minster junction, the details of whose
peculiar removal from thr society ol
h-.-r friends were published yesterday
morning. Tbey are endeavoring to
find if ther,. Is any connection be
tween lier disappearance and the dis-
cov. rv of a woman's bodv at Burnaby
on May 11.
Wants News of Daughter.
Ni person is more anxious to hear
some!hing of her whereabouts than
Mr. McLean himself, as he was specially attached to her. She lett
home in the fall of llinT, but continued to let her friends know of her loom ion till the following spring, when
all, word ceased.
The    age    of    the  missing  woman,
, '. !about 34, her height, and color of hair
1 s correspond to those of the dead woman, and the authorities are eagerly
awaiting otfier particulars from her
friends.
Miss McLean knew the Burnaby
district well, and had resided in it
when  keeping house for her father.
LET CONTRACTS EOR        fCITY POLICE RAID       ���
NEW RIVER STEAMER! ^ fm
Shareholders   of    Royal    City    Naviga
tion Company  Place Orders for
Construction  of Vessel.
The first general meeting of the
shareholders of the Roya] City Navigation Company held last evening,
with Capt. .1. Mayers in the chair,
confirmed the api. intment of directors provisionally made at the prevl
ous meeting, and ordered contracts
Ifor the hull, and machinery of the new
'steamboat to be built for the uprlver
run, to be let.
About twenty attended, and the
tenders were let as follows: Hull,
Westminster Marine Hallway, to be
completed in sixty days; boilers and
machinery, Schaake Machine Works,
to be ready in about  thre,. months.'
A separate contract will be let tor
the pilot house, but ther0 Is no ijurry
for this for some weeks until the bull
Is wel] under way. Several Smaller
matters were deait with.
Two Chinamen Are Charged
With Selling Drug���Legal
Changes Help Prosecution
LONGSHOREMEN TREAT
SUFFKAGETIES KINDLY
Women Who Want Equal  Rights Find
Waterfront   More   Refined  Than
Wall   Street.
New York. July 28.���The band of
enthusiastic suffragettes who have
met hostility and ruffianism at most
of iheir street meetings In this city
have found their most respectful listeners among the longshoremen on
ihe waterfront. More than 500 longshoremen paid strict attention to the
several women speakers and applauded and (hanked them when they had
finished, although many said they
could not agree with their arguments.
As a contrast wiih this orderly
meeting, the women were hooted in
Wall street, where ticker tape was
thrown at them, and In other parts of
the City where there is supposed to be
more refinement than along thy docks
thej have been tha victims .Of ridicule and ruffllanlsm.
JUNIOR  LACROSSE.
East  and   West   End   Teams   Miet  at
Queen's  Park This  Evening.
What promises to be an Interesting
junior lacrosse match will take place
at tho Queen's park oval this evening
when the teams of the East and Wis,
Ends wiii meel In a match for the
junior city championship,
The Eitst End team will line up as
follows: Goal. Sinclair; point. Man-
nerlng (captain); cover, Day; defence
field, Johnston, Angus, Watson; centre, Turiibull; ho,lie field, Kniidso.i
Pottinger, Bahourln; outside home,
Gifford; Inside, Mackenzie,
The   game   will   commence sharp
ut til UU o'clock.
Cricket on Saturday.
The New Westminster Cricket Club
will play the Central Methodist Club
on Moody square on Saturday at 2
oclock. The following wil] represent WW tmlnster: Rev. c. w.
Houghton, C. H. Judd. T. D. Sherriff,
C S. Cooke, B. Welfare, E. C. Davey.
P. C. Lasher, .1. II. Vidal, F. J. Pierce.
T. Oddy and Menzies. i'layers are
requested to attend tomorrow evening
at 6:30 p.m. at Moody square.
SPANISH SITUATION
GROWS MORE SERIOUS
Rioting   Becomes    Actual   Rebellion���
King   Declare*   Martial   Law
Throughout Country.
OBITUARY
Arthur  Wallace   Mouldey.
The    funeral    Of    Arthur    Wallace
Mouldey,  aged   five,  who  died  yesterday  ill   St.   Mary's  hospital,   follow.ng
an   operation    for   appendicitis, will
j lake  place  tomorrow   at   2   oclock  to
I tb,- Church of England cemetery, lhe
boy  was a son of George Mouldey, of
; Lower Coquitlam.
Machinery to Victoria.
The Cl. N. R. ferry Sidney No. 2 has
been requisitioned from the dragging
operations at th-e Fraser river bridge
to take to Victoria the second shipment of machinery brought Iron, the
Poison ironworks, Toronto, tor th--
in w sion wheel Steamer, now being
completed ai the Victoria machinery
depot for the Grand Trunk Pacific
Hallway.       One  of   theSe   v.-ssels  has
been almost completed.  .
\United States Investigates
Working ot Lemieux Act
Winnipeg,    July  28.���Dr. Victor B.
P'ark of thp United Stat
���Labor   ,1,1s
morning
es Bureau of
attended    the
Board of Conciliation
*��������������������������������������������������
���
Mine Reported Dangerous.        ���
Victoria, B. C, July 2S��� ���
Nt*wa was brought rrom New- ���
r,s '" by the Marama thai. ���
greai excitement wns occa- ���
stoned there by the report that ���
!l'" Rattan mine, under the ���
Bea  was    In    danger  of  being    ���
 8d   and   a  government,   m-    ���
"' -ligation was ordered. ���
**���*������������������������������������������
which ls taking evidence in the matter of tbe differences between tha
Grand Trunk Pacific and the operat-
Ing employees of tbe company. Dr.
Clark came to the city with the object of securing Information with reference to the value of the Lemieux
act He stated that the act was one
which might be adopted by certain
of the American States. He added
that he had examined the legislation
relating to labor which bad been enacted In various countries, and that
the Canadian law came nearer to wnat
tbey would like to have In the I nltea
Stales than anything else be nail
found. The law could not he adapted by Ihe United States Congress, -but
it could I . passed by the various
Suite  Legislatures.
R. W. E. A. Robinson.
Th,. Interment took plac,. yesterday
at the Church of England cemetery oi
Robert William Ernest Alien Robin-
son. aged three years, son of Dr. Kob-
iiiMin. of Port Moody. The eh.id was
burled from the Royal Columbian
bo piial. where he died of meningitTs,
W, E. l-'ai.-s bad charge of the funeral
arrangements,
Mrs.  H.  S.  Beharrell,
The funeral mok pi ici yesterday to
ithi. Odd -fellows' cemetery of Mrs. ll
[S. I'.huircll. of East Delia. The
[pallbearers were Georgo Umbrae, Leaner Embree, Cecil Enibre- H. lleliar
jrell, W. Beharrell und S. Huff. Rev.
'Mr. Baker officiated Floral tributes
Included the following: Sprays, Mr.
and Mrs. Weaver, nieces, Mr. and
Mrs. Thomas Wilson, East Delta; Mr.
land Mrs. Burton Smith, Miss Dean,
I Mrs. Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Bent; Miss
IA. E. Herring, Theresa Forrest, Mr.
land Mrs. J. Wise, South Westminster;
Mr. and Mrs. F. J. MacKenzie, Mr. and
Mrs. T. W. Forrest, Mrs. D. Lillles,
Nina Smith; wreath from her broth-
es, and crown, Mr. and Mrs. E. B.
Robb. The funeral arrangements
were carried out by D. Murchle.
Madrid, Spain, July 2S.���His throne
tottering as tlie result of Internal disorders caused by the war In Morocco,
particularly the disheatening reverses
met by the troops at Meinia, King
Alfonso is hurrying to Madrid from
San Sebastian today to can a special
meeting of his cabinet.
Recent despatches Indicate that the
situation is much worse than at any
time since the Moroccan trouble start.
ed, fighting bavlng been renewed at
Melllla and the Internal disorder., in
Province of Catalonia having grown in
slz.. and fury.
Nearly 1000 Spaniards have heen
killed at Melilla since the war started
and fierce fighting Is in progress there
today. Heavy losses have been Sustained by both Moors and Spaniards
today and it is expected that the total list at he end, of he battle will be
enormous,
Indirect advices from Barcelona
show that terrible conditions of (lis-
ordre exist there today and that ninny j
persons have keen killed by the -old-'
ie.s. Wild se-ues are being enacted
and the city la practically in tbe
band* of mobs of workmen who declare! a general strike recently t<.
show their disapproval of the g"v-
eminent'h policy In Morocco.
Bad Runaway.
The horse attached to a delivery
wagon belonging to L. L. Oardhonse
having been left Standing outside the
residence of H. Schaake on Queens
avenue, ran away yesterday morning,
scattering the bread about the Street,
and rushed down Sixth Btreet. At
the corner of Columbia it collided
wiih McQuarrie & Co.'s delivery wagon, and then nearly ran into a street
car. the motorman just coming to a
slop in time The wagon was demolished.
U. S. AUTHORITIES
ARE DISTURBED
Chief of Polic. Mcintosh and De-
tectlve    liraiishaw   raided a Chinese
!opium   den   on     Ramago    street   last
I evening, -and in consequence iwo
Chinamen named Wong Sing and My
; Soon wor,. arrested for selling opium,
and   will   be  brought   up   at   the  city
police court this morning.
This is ih.   first  prosecution in tinn
[city under the recenilv passed amend.
ments of the criminal code, which
gives Ibe police greater powers, and
extends  the operations of  the  restrie.
itlve clauses of the Opium act of laRt
year to the proprietors of dens of this
character. After being satisfied that
thp den served as a rendezvous tor
Ceiestials who hit the pipe, the poilca
made the raid with the above results.
Resort Well Known.
This shack where the m n were
found Is well known and was perhap-
, the show place for visitors who
wished to see the Chinese smoking
the deadly poppy previous to the passing of the restrictions of last year, as
a result of the visit of W. h. MacKenzie King to the coast.
After this visit the manufacturers'
license held by a firm of Chinese
merchants was allowed to lapse, and
the sale of the drug was prohibited,
though the law did not go So far as to
veto its use by consumers. The re-
eult of the prosecution will he awaited   with   interest
Think Canada is Playing to
Corrall Halibut Fisheries
on Coast.
Seattle, July 28.���That the recent
action of Canadian authorities In refusing American fishermen operating
in the North Pacific permission to
buy halt Is but tin- forei c__ei cf the
complete closing out of al] their privileges with the establishment of the
subsidized    fishing    company,    to   be
oyerated in connection with the
Grand Trunk Pacific Railroad, Is the
conclusion reached by Congressman
Humphrey from Information lie ,U1S
gained lately from sources other than
the state department, says a Washington dispatch to the Times.
"The shutting down of the baiting
privilege Is only a continuation of the
policy adopted by Canadian authorities In their attempt to close the
strait," said Congressman Humphrey
today.
"My Information is that when thp
Grand Trunk Pacific road is fully
opened, or in about a year from now a
subsidized company to engage In halibut fishing will be established at a
port on the North Pacific. Previous
to that, however, steps are being
taken to shut out American fishermen
so that the supply may bv preserved
for this Canadian  company."
PRESENT   PRINCIPALS   JEWELS.
Leading Royal Arch Masons Visit
This City.
George J. Bennett, right excellent
companion, grand scribe of the grand
chapter of Canada, and It. E. C; F. M.
Cowperthwalte, of Vancouver, grand
scribe N. of the grand chapter ot
Canada, visited the New Westminster
Royal Arch Chapter Tuesday evening.
R. E. C. Sheriff Armstrong acted a_
host, and took them foy au automobile run through Delia during the
day, where the party lunched. They
then drove on to Mud Bay, Cloverdale^
and through the city.
The first principal of the Westminster chapter, and all past principals
dined at the Hotel Russell at 6:30.
After tl.at they attended the chapter
meeting, when past principals jewels
were presented to excellent companion* George Brine, D. P. Sanderson
and Dr. F. P. Smith. There were
several visitors from Vancouver, who
returned by special car.
CHICAGO POLICE RECEIVE
VAST SUMS IN BRIBES
Madrid, July 28.���The Spanish
forces wer,. victorious over the RM-
lii'csnien In the battle at Melilla today, the aiiacliing Moors finally being diiwn back,    Both sldes suffered
heavy losses, the fight being I he
bloodiest thai has taken place since
lb.,   war  began.
Madrid. July 88.��� Following a 00ft<
ference with the members of his cabinet, King Alfonso has declared martial In wtlirougliout Spain. ConslHii
tional guarantees have heen suspended by the monarch pending the quelling of the revolutionary movement,
which Is being felt throughout the
kingdom.
I. C. R. Pays IU Way.
Ottawa, July 28.���Operation of the
Intercolonial Railway system by independent commission, in place of the
old method, has proved successful,
judging by figures obtained today at
the department of railways and canals. The road. It Is stated, has more
than paid its way In the first three
months of the fiscal year, and It is
hoped on the year's operations to
, break even, after wiping out the (lefl*
cit carried over from h��t year.
Wlll Command Quadra.
Vancouver, July 28.���Tomorrow
morning Capt. Holmes Newcomb, late
of the Kestrel, wild leave for Victoria
to take charge of the Quadra. On
that vessel he will return to Vancouver at the first of next week to await
the arrival of the governor-general's
party, which he will take to Prince
Rupert and Skagway.
8teel for Bridge.
Five carloads of steel for the Lulu
Island bridge, including that for the
fixed spans, has arrived in the city
from the Canada Foundry Company,
and will be freighted by scow to the
bridge from the G. N. R. Blip.
The Ontario government has pliiced
the 22-foot gasoline launch Meenahga
on the Muskoka lakes. It ls employed
In selling angling permits to nonresident fishermen and in seeing that
the fishery law ls observed.
A  HINT  FOR WESTMINSTER.
Calgary   Investigates Gravel   Used  By
Builders,
"There Is creeping Into the construction of houses some oarelessnes* on
the part of builders with regard to
tlie gravel used, suys the Calgary
Herald.
"The pure beds hi the river are get-
ling low, and In some oases the haul
Is 11��i long to be convenient. Donee
(pienlly I'lttvel from excuvatlons, the
sin-els or any old place Is being press.
ed Into use. Uullders are being wain-
er thai this won't do, Building Inspector Harrison ls not anxious to condemn any foundations, bui will surely
do so if Uie gravel UBed is under
grade to such an extent as to render
tbem unsafe. According to tlie regulations, gravel used Ifl building operations must be clean and free from
earth.
"There Is trouble ahead for those
who do not observe the warning."
Habitue* of Tenderloin  District  Paid
Over Three Million Dollart Yearly
for Indemnity,
Chicago, July 28.���Three millintt
dollars Is asld to be the amount that,
has been paid in graft yearly t0 the
police by die habitues of the tenderloin
districts of this city. The investigation In connection With the present
campaign against graft, it is said,
has already disclossed fully l_00 saloons, Hats, rooming-houses, gambling
dens nnd dance hnlls In and near
these parts, each paying for "protec-
rion."
It is Understood that before any
price was agreed upon the police took
Into consideration the dally receipts
of the place to be taxed.   The lwf��r
(bey    were    (he   tnoie    tho    pi'ipiietOl-
had to pay. Another source of graft
is whai  is known as th,. Drst ward
bull, which lias been conducted annually for many years. Mlc-taej "liinky
Dink' Kenna and "Bathhouse John"
Couglilin, the two aldermen of th3
tlrst ward, usually do all the heavy
work In the way of rounding up thn
habitues of the levee districts mid
see to K that they all buy tickets.
The ball room Ib always the scene of
wild   orgies.   	
Police Force Needs Women
To "Mother" the Criminals
Minneapolis, Minn., July IW.���That tention to people who need their
Minneapolis needs 100 women police- j wholesome Influence, backed up by
men  Is   the  opinion  of    Dr.    Anna authority, would prove a most useful
Shaw, president of the National Wo-;and  uplifting measure."	
men's Council, who addressed the ~"*^'^WMM",,*'-_���_B___-_--B���55���at
students In the Chapel ot the Univer- <m + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +,
slty   of   Minnesota.    She  gave   It   as ^ *
her opinion that should the demands1^ Yesterday's Baseball. ���
of the suffragists, be granted H would +   +
not be too much to expect that wo- +   Portland    1   ���
men should do their share of the P��-'+   Vancouver 11   ���
lice and fire work. "One hundred wo-'^ ���.��� +
men specialists put on the police forc0 +   Seattle 11   ���
of any city would force an  improve-1 +   Tacoma     Si   ���
ment   in   civic  conditions,''   said  Dr. ^  _ +
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THE
THURSDAY
JULY  2_
1909.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL    ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL.
BUSINESS.
FRATERNAL. ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not  let the  people know anything about it, he would not sell  any.      You  must tell  the people what you have to sell. wtly they *n��uld    purchase   from   you    md   some
thing of the value you offer them in  return for their money.      Too many of us  have got the habit of thinking that because  we  have been a  long time   in   business  everyone  mu*'  of  rt cessity   know   all   about  us  ini ���
wares.       Use  the   advertising   column s of The  Daily News and  keep abreast  of the times.
WANTED.
HOUSE TO  RENT.
WANTED���OIRL TOR HOUSEWORK TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOlSt-.
Apply Mrs. Temple Cliff, liast Bur- with bath. $12 ��� ver month. Apply
nahv. Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
WANTED���A BICYCLE IN Exchange for a ritle. Apply Room 0.
over Annandale*s store, or P. O.
Box B62, city.
WANTED���TWO BEDROOMS AND
sitting room neighborhood of Carnegie Library by two gentlemen.
Apply Rex, Dally News ottice.
WANTED ��� A    SMALL    COTTAGE
uvar city, fn exchange foi lot tin
Bast Vancouver Heights. 1 hlock
(rem Hastings street new cm- line),
and cash payment* Address H2.
Daily News office, city.
WANTED���OIRL    TO    WORK      AT
the Roya] City Lauudry.
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OF
Dickens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R4S1.
FOR SALE���OWNER WILL SELL
lot on Fifth street, $800. $25 cash,
balance $10 monthly. Box 556.
city.
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
WANTED���A DINING ROOM GIRL
at once. Apply at the Guichon
Hotel.
WANTED ��� POSITION COOKlNi*
and housework by Japanese. Box
f .5. City.
FOR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
wagon, democrat, harness; snap
for cash. 352 Sherbrooke street.
Sapperton.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
LOST.
LOST ��� AT QUEENS PARK.
child's gold locket and chain, initials M. F. H.: also contains photo
of two children. Finder please
leave at this office.
fcOST ��� IN      ORANGE      PARADE,
bunch of keys:  finder kindly return :
to W. E. Fales' furniture sore, cor- .
ner   of   Agnes   and   McKenzie,   and
receive reward.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a lante ruby in the centre
One  pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally  New9 office.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO    RENT���FURNISHED     ROOMS; I
ARCHITECTS.
|W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
.,   Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W,  SAIT. ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 33S.
REAL ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES  _ CO.
Rea! Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suourban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO.. LTD.. R��AL ES
tate and insurance. Pbone 335. 1.6
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
CARRIAGE  SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work guaranteed.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO
dealers in electrical machinerj
fixtures and supplies, house winni;
armature wiring, motor repairing
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 831. P. O. Box 92S.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
homegrown fruit trees phone 415.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
WE   BUY   AND
and  all  k'nds
hand goods
offlce.
S l FURNITURE
of new and second
A  B) SCk, near Tram I
ISTENOGRAPHY    4    TYPEWRITING
Hl'DSON.   WALL  PAPER,   ROOM)
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and  Sanitas; j FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM
boose painting,  kalsomlnlng, paper j    Gulchon block.     P. O. Box 6.4.
banging    and    decorating.      Sixth [	
street.  New  Westminster.
7,
day In each mo.v , ,
ren   cordially '�� -^
Lodge room, A. 0 .   M^
fellows' block, i'i,- ..,'*-
COURT BRUNEI; . .      -
-Meets the fourth 'M
month   at    $  o'c Y   S
hall, Oddfellows' "' N
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE AMI.
Corner of Blackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.      Reference  furnished.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & ._rLING, FISH. FRU11
Game. Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES. THE FURNITURE
Dealer. Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176. night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 3S6. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER. B. C. LAND SUR
- tveyor.      ELard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
Terms  moderate,
toria street
Apply   713   Vic-
TO   RENT���:   FURNISHED   ROOMS [
for    light    housekeeping.        Apply
"Dai;.  News.* Office.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,   phone  334.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, batn.
Price $1650. Small c_3h payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C Box 56,
City.
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY    TO     LOAN���I     AM    PRE-
pared    to advance    money  to any!
amount   on    city    property  or  for |
���building  purposes.      Apply    Ur.  A.
D,  Buchanan.  P. 0 .  New Westminster.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOK-LETS PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M Morey's
Stationery Store. J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan. F. Mackenzie's drug stor,.,
and "The Fair,'  Columbia  street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS. BARRIS-
ters and solicitors. Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLEK & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie). Solicitors, Barristers, etc.. 42 Lorne street, opi .site
courthouse. New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office Is at No. 5. Royal Bank Chambers, 40S Hastings Street  west.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPH V AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Columbia street.      Phone 62.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store.
FRATERNAL  OKI),-
Aerie No. 20.���He<
evening at 8    p
hall, Columbia
f mid
��� ���-:<;
eson, W   Pres.;   11 _ JJj
tary. "*���
SONS OF SCOTLAND       SFYY
sociation,   Lot 1  ol li ... Cl*
l'-l-Meets on the I I ;ia. ^
Tuesday of every month in K. 0(?
hall.     Chief. \y   Bu
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
bia street. Firw-ciass moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block. Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
PRINTERS.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednes
day and Friday.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN S TAI-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
.WESTMINSTER       WOODWORKING
Co,,  bank, office and store  fittings
JOARD    OF    TRA IH
minster Board of Tru :���
board  room. City  Hal
Third  Thursday    0f    ���
quarterly     meeting    i
Thursday of Februarj
and  November, at -g -,
meetings on  the thi: i
February.     New   men.
proposed and elected
ly or    quarterly    ne--
Stuart-Wade, secretary
: e
'-'Sinn
- .Hot
���   sat;
tim
I -Nursdaj at |
Tg   UU; ti
any ma
ng,   C._'
O. O. f.���ROYAL (iiv bona I
No. 3���Meets lu Oddfellows' kfl
Columbia street, every Friday eva
ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting bretbm I
will be made welcome ,; K. GLiej, I
N. G.; C. E Osborne, i' Q, recor. |
ing secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCILTU-I
Include the Union Lodge, No. J, 11
F. and A. M.. King Solomon Lo
No. 17, A. F. and AM: L 0 Ll
No. 1150; L. O. L., No 1593; Cow i
Sapperton, No. 4683. 1 0. F.; C.ttl
F. Court Westminster, No. JH;
Brotherhood  of Owls.  Nes; Xo a I
TENDERS,
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.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY        ���,.,.,
kind of job printing      Midget loose f   ^^liYYl^6^^!'Y1TY.,'
leaf ledgers;   Cowie Carbon  Papers.
Phone    55,    P. O.    Box 142.      Old
Dally  News Block.  Sixth street.
McADAM ft IRWIN. COLUMBIA ST-
opposite the Postoffice. Box -74;
phone 498. Real estate and Insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS. JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of monumental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street.  New  Westminster.
and detail work. Designs and estl
mates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, .hone
473.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT    &    CAFE
Tickets.   21   meals  for  $4.      Home j
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed.     Open day and
night     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F��� AMITY LODGE. NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this io<ige
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Columbia Btreet. every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatbam. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO   3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tues-
Sealed tenders Will b. received . |
the    undersigned  up to noon on tii
JBecond day of Angus) : i t:,e purchai* |
!of a quantity of timber en th Indian
jlteserve at    Camp: 111    Blrer.  Till
| timber consisting of one million 'wt
more or less, has ln.-i.-u felled and cu'
into lengths ready to haul. _ let tret
.in the block are still standing.
I    The tenders will state ;i._rie._w
thousand feet board  meawrt according to the official scale ol Brltlil Co
: lumbla,  which  will  be paid la cm'
I for the timber as it Is at yiwent on
1 the ground.    The Umber must be i* i
���moved   before the thirty-first day '
March,  1910.
The  lowest  or any  lender not �� |
oessarlly accepti��!
By authority of the Department ��.j
i Indian Affairs
W. M   HALLIDA..
Indlan Agen,
Alert n��y, B. C|
MISSING MAN APPEARS
AFTER LONG ABSENCE
MAOEINCAMAOA
Banker Comes to  Light  Again,   After
Being Fourteen Years Given Up
For Dead.
Larimore. N. D.. July 26.���G.en R-
Kituiiaii, a prosperous banker, whose
disappearance in i*-95 trom Dead-
wood. S.D., wher,. be was prospet.mg.
ha- been a mystery for fourteen ye_u_
tfcroagtnot iLnnesou and uaaota,
iia^ appeared ai.v. to see bis wife on
a firm near this city, where sue has
been living for many yeans with her
o*n people. He will yet offer no
.solution of tbe mystery of his absence T have been confined," ne
said. "I was released thxe# montns
ago. I was unable to correspond
vith my family. Tae letters 1 wrote
to my wife, my pec*_-le and my friends
were torn up before uiy eyes. When
I wa* released 1 commenced immediately to search for my wife. 1 desired to become kno-vn to no one
else"
The banker's hair is slightly grey
and there are lines on his face, ..-ut
he is still active and is very happy.
Kimball disappeared from Deavlwood.
S. D., In tbe summer of 1.95. A few
weeks later tbe body of a man was
found In the Black Hills, which was
believed lo be Kimbau s. and was
buried at Reno. Houston county, Minnesota. The body was later taken
up and removed to Prosper?, _>tll-
more county, Minnesota, wnere a
monument *j< erected by his wite.
The estate was probated and $-��W
insurance was collected. He was
mourned as dead by his wife and
���daughter.
In l>i. Mrs Kimball came to LaH-
lixire and made her home with Her
.uncle. V. T. Babc-ck. who died, leaving her five sections of land, on which
she is now living.
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.      REMEMBER,  WE CARRY THE  BEST MAKES  OF  WATCH   MOVEMENTS.
PerfumeD
WADY FOR USE IN ANY OUAHT1T-
5��u i3 df-__: _ir,*f*c,i^ _*sS
��� "*, ""M ������for skkmr -W
taantn*. Ae.-^..ilMn_.sii_^i
���X.*J  ..':-�� ._*.,.. ..
t W. GILLETT CO, LTD.
Tar*ato,Oat
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S ANO  HAMILTON   WATCHES
Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies!
CANADIAN INVENTOR
IMPROVES ARMOR PLATE
JAMES & McCLUGHAN!
I! -
;; Trust Blocks Front St., New Westminster !
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haaaaa**a*aa++++aaae*++a&uhea++aaeaeaaaaeeaaae**aaat
FOR 5ALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
country th. sole benefit of his patent--CRETANS HOIST GREEK
Said   to   Be   Tw*nty-flve     Per     Cent.
Better Than That Used By th,
German Navy.
i He has already purchased a site here
for tbe plant and says be Is backed
by bis men. He sails for Canada on
'Saturday   for   a   short   holiday.     Mr.
FLAG; NATIONS AWAIT RESULT
EX SHAH   OFFERED  PENSION
WHEN HE LEAVES PERSIA
Teheran, July 2S���The new Persian governmenl Is prepared to offer
Mohammed All Mirxa. ihe ex-shah of
Persia, an annual pension of $S>.0iHi
on conditon that he leaves Persia
svi-.hout delay.
London.  July  27��� Harold  R.  Rich-
ardson, London Ontario, who has oeen
here for two years in connection with
improved process in the manufacture
of armor plate, said today he had won
geat   success,   his   plate  being  tested
by naval authorities at Whale Island
last Saturday.   A six Inch bullet was
Bred at a distant-,  of l_o feet  bv a
9.2 inch  gun with  an armor piercing
capped shell, which Is a very good test
and no impression  was made on  the
plate, though the Impact shatte-ed the
| shell into a thousand pieces   Richard-
|son  estimate,   that   his  production   is
at least  2o per cent better than Or.
man  plate and  says it  shoal *   prove
of inestimable value to admiralty wttn
iwhoni   he   has   been   negotiating   for
, some time.   He Intends giving the old
��i,i,'.ia<     e'r    a    saor;    ui-ii.av       __r. |rt_     k__,   v,    _   '__.        ' .       .
Richardson hinted that admiralty was ;��f !g��?������"f a' th< J0"/*93
holding over armor plat, contracts �� ,htb*aCret" mlli.tla b��rr**�� here-
for new Dr��d_oug-t3 until th+YmR t^ ZF^jLfc*?*!?*^
of  his invention  were known. 2^fiJ2__ !*_.^P1*^ re*��*_r.
tn�� Cretans lost  no  time in  testing
CANADA  LUCKY IN
HAVING NO LAND PROBLEM
London, July 26���Sir Robert Perks,
speaking on the land tax question,
said he had lately been In a happy
country where the problems which
perplexed us were not brought under
consideration of the legislators. When
we are told sometimes  to co
the disposition of the powers who I
bare ipromlsed Turkey that Urey,
would protect her rights.
The;  outcome of  this    assertion of j
the   Cretans'   determination   to   Joint
jOreece is awaited with some concern, i
NORTHERN  SETTLERS
WANT  MOUNTED   POLICE
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Haae'.ton, B C. July 2< ��� A petition |
signed by nearly every white resident
New of Haielton and all' the se-.tlers in
--.'���-and or Germany, be thought are this vicinity asking the Dominion gov. i
might wich advantage turn our eyes ernment to establish Roya: North-1
to the growing and prosperous Oo- west Mounted Police patrol. Imm*dl-'
minion of Canada wher. such land ately for prese v. tion of law ani or-j
regulations as are now being pmposed der along the rests of the Orand i
bere would not be tolerated for a mo- Trunk Pacific 11 t^e northern interior j
uwnt- has  be*n  forwarded  to Otta��s.
MuWflctmrr* mstst Demure en Att Ktnm   nt
Lumber,   Lath,   Shinglw,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Door.
Interior Finish,    lurned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy GIa��.
farmersTttention !
Lumber Alway, in Stock for Fencing and Draining.
��� ���������������->
Royal City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. New Westminster TH
URSDAY. JULY 2.
1909.
THE DAILY NEWS
PAGE THREE.
"m~T. PHILLIPS
SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE OF
ABANDON   PROJECT
FOR ALPINE  RAILWAY
JU.SOJ
i - does   a
Vests
'���   you   half-way -
all your   work in  half the
lme if you follow directions.
hi  Soap   absolutely
saves clothes from In-
iury   hands lrom roughness-
drudgery.
' '.  July  2G.���The  schem. 	
Y ' funicular railway from cated
z' to    ne summit Of tlie Matter- '     A   soldi
burn   b.i: ii   definitely   abandoned jasl
by  tii,   promoters  in  conseuuence  of
called   disciplinary  battalions  of  the self free, at the same time drawing a.
Russian  army,  led  to  a  tragedy    today  at  Mledyied,  Novgorod Province,
for where  the  largest   battalions  are   lo-
to 44 inches)
Medium, light  and dark  colors.
$2.50 and $3 qualities, to clear, the
garment,
er  was  condemned   to  _ftl*
s for stealing. After a few blows
  consequence  or' the  man begged to be released. This
tb'- o jection    raised to such "a deS-lwas  refused,  and  he  wrenched  bim-
OCratlon of Bwiss scenery" throughout
Europe.
ate Prof. Simon Newcomb was
!an ardent Alpinict and well known in:
y '  ll    iii'-'  resorts, which he vis
it* . for  many   years.      He  had the
,1:   inction of being the oldest Alpln-I
isi  to ascend  tlie  liangeorun Matter-1
ton Two summers ago, at the age I
i of i ! years, Prof. Newcomb arrived at I
iZerniatt, nnd, in spite of the protests]
|Of relatives md frie.id.- undertook j
Ithe ascent,    which    he  accomplished
successfully.     On his return the fol-
lowing dny all the Americans in Zer-
matt turned out to "het-r the old man.
knife,  which  had  been overlooked in
searching him.
He loapt upon the supervising officer, Caipt. Kavalerosky, and stabb.tl
him to death. Then he slashed two
soldiers who attempted to sei_e hlm,
and burled the knife in his own
breast.
only be of pecuniary value but also
serve all the more strongly to Impi'' upon the public mind the lesson- 1 have tried to put forth in my
bonk and play."
$1.50
1CII-DE_���.ED PLAY
TII APPEAR HEBE
TO SETTLE DIFFERENCES
ARBITRATION   BOARD
When this marl; is on
the outside of a paint-
can, be sure that what's
inside is the paint it
will pay you best to put
inside or outside of any
 build ing.    It's youf.
warranty of real paint value���because it means
paint permanence.    Trust it���you're surely safe.
GALLON '*���
IK     TINS      .BOM      PINT      TO
Mode   In   40   shades   for   every   paint  use
by Imperial Varnish  _�� Color Co., Toronto
I
The   Dramatization   of   Elinor  Glynn's
"Three We-ks" Booked at Local
Opera House.
PHILLIPS
THE   WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
.DVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
NOTICE.
otlcfl is   hereby   given   that   tihe
|itt River  Lum er   Company,   Llm-
," having  applied   to  His   Excel-
y the Governor-General In Council
the approval of a certain sit, for
I e txraitructlon   of   certain    booms
Id  boomini;   grounds   ln   the   Pin
Iver, in the I'istrict _of New West-
fnster, Province of  British  Oolum-
, have deposited  with the Honora-
the Minister of Public Works, at
ttawa, plans    of    said   booms   anil
omlng grounds, together with a de-
ription of the s te '.hereof, anil have
to deposited a  luplicate of each In
ollice of the  Registrar  of  Deeds
the Bald  District   of   New   West-
peter, In which district said works
l propo��ed to   ���    -instructed, In ac-
Irdano with the    requirements   or
ction 7 of thi    'Navigable  Wat-ers
itwtlon Art." Chapter 115, Revised
atutes of Canada, 1906.
Plated June U  i<>09.
WHITESinK  &   EDMONDS.
Solicitors for
Pitt River UHnber Co.. Ltd.
IPRING
LAM3,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THI
MEATS
>ntral Meat Market
timer Eighth St. and   fifth Avende
PHONE   I/O
���OWEL'- S  ODDv.  Proori.tor.
��� S TRANSFER
Th,. steamer  Transfer    will  leave
fackman Ki r wharf every week day
Jfternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.m.
for Ladnei   Steveston and way ports.
-am..!,,    ,;  ^ pi,,, returning "to Now
vesiiniii  ,.   Saturday evening.
Return ng,   leaves   Steveston every
���'- ���'���'���I   morning, except Friday.
*!������       ]   trip   Monday   morning,
t "     N ��������� Westminster at 5 a.m.
1 11 ile
���ith
I!    Elinor Glyn's dramatization of her
^jown story "Three Weeks," which will
appeu,- in the Opera House on Friday,
August ii. points out most emphaticai- j
1)'  the  great   boon   divorce   is   to   the !
world, for were such a thing possible ;
iu   the life of  "the    lady"  in  "Three j
Weeks,'    the   play  might  have a  dif-1
i leni .nding.       In  this respect  it  isl
,i powerful rebuke to the narrowniind-
ed   bigots  who would make aien and .
women bear for life the consequences
of mistakes they made in unconscious i
Igni ranee.     li also contains a mute
apptal from  women  for love  and  affection  from  man-love  that lives and
manifests   itself  as  much   alter   uiar-
  B-l-'e   as   before.       In   this   everyday
world, man takes too much for grant-
The  Municipal  Council  of the  Uor- ed, and  many a  wife- who  should   he
poratlon  of tlie  Cit)   of    New   West-  _K ,n.. i.ea   and   inspired   uy   affection
minster,   having  by   resolution   deter-, and love, figuratively starves for warn
mined  and  specified  that  it  is desir- 0f  it.      "My    story    and   play  have
able to carry out the following works  both aroused much discussion pro aud
tliut is to say: con  from   the greatest   minds  of  the
To construct a sewer to be known <jay,  but  those  who  have  looked  for
as  the  "First  Street  Sewer,"  ou  the truth and beauty have pronounced for
following streets, namely; it    with    unerring    enthusiasm,    and
Dickinson street, between Merrivale  those  who   have   condemned   it  have
and Elliott streets. |done so either by delving beneath the
Carnarvon streei between Merrivale j surface    for    hidden    meanings  and
judged  it   by   their  own   coars.   and
Winnipeg,   July   27.���The   first   session of the board of conciliation  to
settl- the dispute Ibetween tbe Orand
Trunk Pacific railway and its operating employes opened yesterday.
Hon. R. F. Sutherland, ex-speaker of
the Iiiiininion parliament, is chairman.
F. II. MoOulgan- is representing th--
company, and J. o. 0 Donohue, who
has figured in several disputes as arbitrator, represents tlie employes. The
men claim an agreement similar to
thog,. enjoyed by the employes of the
C. P. R. and all other roads, but with
modifications.
CRAZED BY FLOGGING
SOLDIER  STABS  OFFICER
St. Petersburg. July 27.���The System of flogging, which is still used
as a means of punishment in  the so-
FIRST  STREET   SEWER   NOTICE.
Royal
Standard
.
subject    to  change
notice,
! v  nnd
P'.v to
passenger rates ap
IIOBERT
JARDINE,
Manager.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
0?fi0
P. 0
\NSYLVA1SIIA SMITHY COAL
ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYER8
Successor to
Mayers S. Preston
Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Box 345. Phon* 105.
English Watchmaker
Golrt Watches for Ladles from I12.W
fei.
Sliver
| $6.00.
Watches,   gents'   open   face
Silver Watches
[17.50 Qp,
case
for   Waltham    and    Elgin
 gents'   open
_____ I
Agent
"���'itches.       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Watch repairing a specialty.
ft CRAKE
Tw"  doors  from   Geo. Adame. Grocer
and Elliott streets      ^^^^^^^^^
Armstrong street between Merrivale and  Elliott streets.
Columbia street between Merrivale
street  and  Leopold  place.
Albert  Crescent
Wellington  street.
Alice street.
Bushby street.
Dufferin street.
Coburg streei and lane.
St. Anne's street.
Sarnia street.
Windsor street.
Cunningham street between Merrivale and Windsor streets.
Agnes street, between Merrivale
and Dufferin streets.
Elliott  street.
Leopold   place   (part of).
First street from Agnes to Elgin,     j
Royai avenue from Clinton place to
Dufferin street.
Granville street.
Vancouver street.
Queen s avenue, between First and
Second streets.
Third avenue between First and
Second streets.
Emory street.
Arbutus Btreet.
Fourth avenue between Firs', and
Second streets.
St. Patrick's street, between First
and Third streets.
Oakland street between Flrsi and
Second streets.
Elgin sireet, between First and
I Second  streets.
Second streei between Third and
Sixth avenues.
Fifth avenue between Second and
Third  streets.
Brandon street.
Regina street between Second anil
Fourth Btreets.
Sixth r.venue between Second and
Third streets.
Third street, between lteglna street
,:iih1  Fifth  avenue.
Fourth sireet between Brandon
street   and   Sixth  avenue.
And that the said works shall be
can led oul In accordance with the
provisions of the Local Improvement
General Uiy law 1009.
And the City Engineer and the City
j Assessor having reported to the Council in accordance wllh ihe provisions
'of tbe said bylaw upon the said
I works giving statements showing the
'amounts estimated to be chargeable
against the various portions of real
j property to be benefited by the said
I works and other particulars and Uie
'said reports of the said Ciiy Engineer
iand City Assessor having been adopted by the Council,
Notice is hereby given that the sal-
reports are open for Inspection nt the
office of the City Assessor, City Hall,
Columbia street, New Westminster,
B. O, and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed by a majority of the
owners of the land or 'eal property
to ibe assessed or charged In respect
of such works representing at least
one-half In value thereof Is presented
to the Council within fifteen days
from the date of the first publication
of this notice the Council will proceed with the proposed improvements
tinder such terms and conditions ns
to the payment of the cost of sucn
Improvements ni the Council may by
hylaw ln thnt behalf regulate and -determine and also to make the said
assessment. ..
Oated this 17th day of July. A. U-.
1909.
W- A. DUNCAN.
dty Clerk.
vulgar Inferences, or else have given
it but superficial consideration and
passed judgment without thought or
justice. Those interested in tha
dramatic exploitation of my play have
sought the uplifting view alone and
by vitalizing the characters and reproducing the pictures of the beautiful localities in which the action occurred, hope to arouse an interest
and receive a  support that  will  not
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B. C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth St.
G. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill  University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
(City of New Westminster.
OFFICE:
FIRE   MALL   No.   1
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1-17.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE       11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada ana
Newfound.and, and In London, England, New York. Chicago and Spokane,
','. S. A., aud Mexico City. A general
milking business transacted, Let-
[era of Credit Issued, available with
���orresponilents in all parts of the
vorld.
Savings Dank Department���Deposits
received in sums of $1 and upward,
ind interest nllowed at 3 per cent, per
innuiu .(present rate).
TntiV   _.sets over .168,000,000.00.
ME-   WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
AND
WHY   IT   IS  A
FLOUR
BETTER
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up $ 4,700.000
Reserve Fund     5,400*800
Total Assets 55,000,000
In and out of town accounts solicited.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought end B����a-
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster. B. C. Branch,
.. 8HUTE, Manager.
We use selected wheat from
the best wheat producing regions of the Canadian West,
where the sunshine ie long,
where the soil is rich, (jiving to
the wheat that quality of gluten
which makes the very finest
flour.      This  Is factor No. 1.
Scientific milling which follows the wheat step by step, selecting only the best and purest
portions of the wheat grain and
making It into the most pe.rt.ct
flour.     This Is factor No. 2.
Care exercised in storage and
marketing so that there is no
possibility of deterioration from
the Ume the flour Waves our
bands until it reaches you. This
ls factor No. 3.
Now isn't there a reason why
you should ask for Royal Standard Flour? And besides, in
every 49-fi). sack there ls a
numbered coupon entitling you
to a chance to win one of ten
beautiful dinner sets given
away each month.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AM
GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUVER,     B.    C
e-
ANDERSON & LUSBY
Agents f��r  N��;w Westminster and  District.
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh  Pork   Sausages dally.
Best  of  Farmer's  Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY & ANDERSON
Columbia St.
A Coed Thing is Sure to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Labal)
la gaining ln favor every daj
preceding one.
Our oatput last year was double the
The most "healthful and nutritions of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
+���++++++++++++++++++++++++4
Electric Railway Service
Interurban Line.
Cars for Vancouver and way
stations will ru-j every half
hour from 5:50 a. in. Last
car leaves at 11 p. ui.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6:30
a m.
Sunday service half-houriy between 8:30 a m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
1+++++++++++++++++++++++++++4
Easterbrook Milling Company,
Ed ume,   B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN  JEWEL. .$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co..
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT 8TREET.
New Westminster.
Telephone 333.
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Pish    Fish
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop, and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
to a car, at the lowest price. Call or
phone your orders to 101, and have
fresh fish for dinner.
P.   BURNS  & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
LTD*
C. E. TRAVE8, Local Mana���e r.
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THURSDAY.   ....     .
1909
The Daily News
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THLS-^AY.   JULY   29.
J.  D. TAYLOR  AGA V
It is very mack '���: Y regretted
I :- It -   Mjr���thai the man who has
Iv-rC   .     -.-    . y   *._e   rl-"   rs   of   V-- - ..:.    -. _   the   work   iri    .-.-
c  ss���.*..:_ .-  I    represent them i�� Um   ���- <se   < Ms Tiewa   based _;-_ '.--:���
��� -*-���*   ia    -    *       i.^a  work.    In
IS87     .- ��as made engineer o: con.
.'.r_.-.-a for the later.
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-- ������-- ������--������: .'.: -ii-.-rr :. - :..v
C.P.R. In lSKi-i he became >:_.-:
draugbtiiman for th i..::c. ronA. He
becomes ehie( -.r.i:-ei.-r in inscccu
S :      Mr    ...    -     _    ..:   V;.    _	
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s  sa's     -1 n -.ent   is   no:   taer.
fort   as   sa netted   :y  tb^ To:;,   papei
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GET   THE    HABIT"
Special Today
B-ACKST-NE   ENVELOPES
PACKAGE!
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
or __ __; 5^-:: for the s__;e
Houses Tor Sale.
ONE -n: M h^LF STORY HOUSE W - - ' "''*'YYY:^C E^Llr* "ofYYZ'~ ��N CAB
mOO   STREET    BETWEEN     THIRTEENTH   AHC   FOURTEENTH   STREETS.   PRICE    |
-- -.   ;__-   _-_-n:e  Ei*.   -�� = '���';
ONE AND A HALF STORY HOUSE -,EA -*���- '���'-::|ERN. EXCELLENT VIEW CONVENIENT
_, -.-:,. -N th rtEENTh STREET NEAR ^TH AVENUE. PRICE J2M0; ONE-THIRD CASH
���5A_ANCE   EASY   TERMS.
TWO   -CT5 AND  HOUSE   CN   TWELFTH   STREET    SlzX:   ONE-THIRD   CASH.    BALANCE   ON
\l.   J.   JOHNSTON
C: -~": a  street.
PHC
f-       -:.:    -v --. :-..:"
data, oi-.i-g  friction  *��"*.:h  tee
""���                      ��� ' ���" tractors    Ai..:-   :. _ saocessor, Mr retaia - ��� ' t',.
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ASK  YOUR GROCER  FOR
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
And tee that you B*t 't-
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST   ARRIVED.
For  W-e_t.  Ba-'ey.  Oats,  C-opj.  Chicken   Feed.   Bran,   Short*, HJ/,
etc- ai'  us.       We   m'H  see  that   you   get   it   promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO.
P>-e--t 135.
18�� COLUMBIA STREET.
P. 0
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Draws, 100.
GREAT CUT-PRICE
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Men's "Instructor" Oxblood Bluchers $4.50
Men's "Instructor" Patent Leather Bluchers-    4.50
V g Men's "Instructor" Velour Calf Bluchers 4.50 $
Men's "Instructor" Calf Tan Bluchers  4.50 ^
TH��   STORE  FOR   ME^UM-PRtCEO  WEN* Fl.NE ��HOE��.
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JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House. Ltd.
St$n of the Bi$ EJectric Boot
THE   LARGEST   SHOE   MOUM
New We��tnii_utef, R C
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We've cut pric** cn a.
b-oy*' and chi.dre.-'t c ;'
hats, urxj-jrvrear and hats
Bnij this pape- with y
our  ad.   with  our   g-c-ccs
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$10.75
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1*       ralaa B-?s'  _Mta *400
^���-i  viiue  Bojrf   Suit,    *i2[\
li ' ��� v_,ij. But*  Baits     .   ���   *xw
All our Men's Fine Worsted
and Tweed Suits Reduced.
ENTIRE   LINE   OF   BOATER   HATS
GOING   AT   HALF   PRICE.
I: t�� Hats for *'���"
ULN Bats for       J,i.
*-- Hats for        [f.
i-       Huts for       "���'9U
CHILDREN'S       WASH     SUITS    TO
CLEAR     AT       THE       FOLLOWING
PRICES:
ttlt Baits fo- ..."   ��!���"
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tUt _ult_  for J1??
I1.W Suits and WOW*! for    ������  ������'"*'
2 REID & CO*
CU>TM  N3   ANO   MEN'S   FURNISHINGS-
601    COLU MB I
STREET.
ADVERTISE IN THE NEW5 THURSDAY, JULY * 1����-
THE   DAILY   NEWS
PAGE FIVE.
THE
Cash Store
T.H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
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STORE CLOSES DAILY AT 5 P. M.,  EXCEPT   6ATURD*
Last Week of the
Great
JULY SALE
WE HAVE GOT TO THE LAST WEEK OF THE JULY SALE AND WE INTEND TO MAKE IT A
RECORD, THAT IS IF LOW PRICES AND EXCELLENT VALUE WILL DO IT. EVERYTHING
IN THE WAY OF SUMMER GOODS MUST GO NO MATTER WHAT IT IS WE NEED THE SPACE
FOR NEW GOODS WHICH ARE ALREADY ARRIVING. SO IF T IS MONEY YOU WISH TO SAVE
NOW  IS YOUR  CHANCE.     LOW   PRICES  PREVAIL.   BUT  THE   RECOLLECTION OF        QUALITY
WILL   REMAIN   LONG  AFT ER THE  PRICE   IS  FORGOTTEN.
SUNSHADE CLEARANCE
We must clear the lot of these
goods Every sunshade in the store
reduced this week. We want to Mil
every one. Reduction ranges from
one-third to one-half on better quality
parasols.
Tin only, in white embroidered linen and colored silk of various shades,
i lahios   to  13.00,   for   . . .*1.50
Twenty black    gloria    silk  covers,
ribbon bottler,    suitable    for   use  as
.   le or umbrella.     Regular $1.2-
thls week 90c
LADIES' WHITEWEAR
SPECIALLY  PRICED
A sample lot, every one a bargain,
underskirts made of fine white cotton,
neatly trimmed with laces and insertion, wide flounce. An extra special.
Regular $-75 for S2 25
STRIPED  AND  CHECK
LUSTRES,   20c  YARD
Tlie balance of these goods to go
out with a rush, a spl.-ndid assortment, light and medium colors. A
great snap. Regular 50c, for, per
yard 20c
MONEY  SAVERS  IN
CHILDREN'S  SUITS.
Misses and children's whit,-, sailor
suits, made of fine drill and Indian
head, navy and pale blue collars, cuffs
trimmed with white soutache braid.
All sizes ln this lot  from  ...   . i,.$3.50
PRINTS
10c PER YARD
Twenty pieces extra special value,
fast colors, stripes, spots and fancy
designs, 31 Inches wide. Per yard 10c
SNAPS IN TOWELS,
35c AND 50e PER PAIR
Fifty dozen white or colored Turkish towels, splendid sires, soft finish
now for, per pair 35c and ��0c.
TWO SPECIALS IN
LADIES' GOLF COATS
Threv-iiuarter length,  with  belt at-.
tached,  patch pocketB, stole collar In
fancy honeycomb stripe, An exquisite
selection  here   t275, t*.75
A PICNIC IN
CREAM   DRES8   GOODS,
50c PER YARD.
An excellent lot ot lustres, pana-
ma~, serges and plain and fancy sclf-
strlped suitings. Regular values to
75c yard for, per yard .  ...   10c
T. H. SMITH
Headquarters for Women's Ready-to-Wear
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" i. Windsor Hotel. ������
M< Nautili, of North Vancou-
i    ihe cltj   yester-
VI
da
ng for th*- garden at TldVs
P 184.
-11] i�� a meeting of the Citl-
'" ��� ������   Committee  iiii-  i vening
to continue  the arrangements for 'he
-   Blackie Spit on August  11.
For  : cut   flowers  and any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davie-'
Greenhouse, R20S. �����
-ty_ve   dollars   down  and  ii"
I"      lonth bays a large loi on Fifth
������- R h   .    Shiles   _  Co.,  city.
arrived, a carload of Roi ri
Ho Flour. Full assortm> nt of s.Zi-s.
24. ��� 98, now in stock. Hale Bros.
& Co., Ltd. ������
i    ladles  aid  of    the    Wesi   End
Methodlsi   church    will    hold   an ice'
cream social in Moody square on Tues
day,   VugUSI   .1, lasting  throughout the
atii moon and evening
light, delicious,    wnoiesome j
bri ad   you  so much  enjoyed  at your >
| lii-,..-  house was made  with Robin '
ll. ��� . Flour.
A modern, .Vroom house, one block ]
from car line, and the Crescent, can I
be had for $17511. Only $300 cash j
required, balance in monthly paj'-]
ments.  White, Shiles & Co., city.    ** '
Mayor Keary    has  b-een    elected a
[ pas;  vice-president   of    the Canadian
,1'nion   of   Municipalities,   at   the   sessions held this week in Medicine Hat
and Calgary.
Westminster to Westminster, vial
Steveston and Vancouvei-; buy your
tickets at the B. 0. E. R. tram office���
$1.50 for i.te round trip. Steamer
Transfer leaves every day at 3 p.m.
except   Saturday  2  o'clock **
Word has been received trom Toronto that Agnes 11. Breimer, daughter of William-Brelmer of this city, has
passed the first piano examinations
conducted by the Toronto Colleg.- Of
Mip-ic in Columbian College in June.
Miss Breimer, who passed the primary of the London Conservatory of
Music last year was the youngest
pupils Who "*��*as ever examined ln that
grade ln Ontario.
A round the world trip for 11..50 via
Westminster, Steveston, Vancouver
and Westminster by steamer Transfer.      Round trip $150. ������*
We can exchange for Improved City
property a ten-acre fruit ranch and
sixroom bouse at Hammond, one mile
tram C. P. IL stailou. Value |2300-
Adjoining acreag-e (Improved) is
fetching as high as $1000 per acre.
White, Shiles & Co., Columbia street,
city. *��
BOWLING
In the Duck Pin League last evenings games resulted in a win for Latham nnd Bryson by 2 Spina from McDonald and Cillchi'lst. In the tie between the latter pair and Wlntemute
i and Purdy, on playlnlT, it was won by
i lii*ee pins by Wintemute and Purdy.
i ne revised schedule is posted in
the alleys and It Is to be hoped that
Bill bet earns will roll th_ balance of
iheir games, and finish the series
without   more delay.      Th* scores:
1.       2.     3.    Tot.
McDonald 74      68      92      234
Gilchrist 81      92    103      276
Total  ..
Latham..   .
Bryson   ...
Total .
McDonald .
Gilchrist  ..
Total .
Wlntemute.
Purdy..,   .
Total ..
.155 160 195 610
1. 2. 3. Tot.
91 95 104 290
..92 99 81 272
.183 194 185 662
1. 2. 3. Tot.
.91 83 67 241
..78 82 96 256
.169 165 163 497
1. 2. 8. Tot,
..91 83 75 249
..84 93 71 24X
.176 176 146 49/
Summer
Requisites
Lime  Fruit Juice,  per
bottle, 25c.
Fruit Saline, per bottle,
50c and 75c.
Mosquito Oil, per bottle, 25c.
Cattle Wash,  par gallon, $1.25.
D.S. CURTIS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
A full line at THE LEADING FURNL
TURE HOUSE. After the camping
si ason you may wish to hav- some
comfort out of good styles in first-
class furniture.     Again Bee,
W. E. FALES
612618   Agnes   St..   opp.   Library.
Phone   176.
LOOK FOR
Slate Frame
on the Shoe
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SEE THAT YOUR SHOES ARE -STAMPED WITH
A SLATE FRAME ON THE SOLE, ELSE YOU MAY
GET SHOES NOT EVEN    HALF  SO  GOOD.
YOU WANT THE PERFECT SHAPE���THE FAST
COLORS���THE SMOOTH FIT AND FASHIONABLE
STYLE.
YOU WANT THE FINEST SHOE MADE IN CANADA   FOR   THE   PRICE.
REMEMBER THE SHOE WITH THE SLATE FRAME
STAMPED   ON   THE   SOLE FILLS THE BILL,
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Where to get the Slater Shoe.
The genuine "SLATER SHOE" Is sold
iii your town  by
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN,
HOLMES  BLOCK NEW  WESTMINSTER, B, C.
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Live Stock Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recogniied at one of the
best kinds of inturance In existence, and an ever-increasing number
of ��tock ownsra are protecting thsmselvei 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,
snd ai they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they sre able
to fulfil their obligations to ths greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate lota which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly psld, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o   two, and the following letter l_ an
Instance: ,
New WestmlnBter,   June   23,   1909.
A W McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
D^tiT 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 receive- cheque for $200.00 In
full payment. Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON.
Vou may bs ths next to lose some  valuable  stock,  enquire  for  particulars.
ALFRED   W.   McLEODj
INSURANCE BROKER,
tB7 COLUMBIA 8TRIET.
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PHONEtt
W. J. Brandrith commences a lee- on business, but wlll go back on _ri-
turlng trip today ln the Okanagan.
He will be accompanied by Charles
P. Strott of Burnaby Lake, the well
.known fruitgrower. Mr. Brandrith
j Is secretary of the B. C. Frultgorwers'
Association.
D.  J.    McQuarrie,  who    has
staying at  Bender   Harbor with  his
family, returned to the city yesterday
day for another two weeks.
A start has been made on the building to go up on the Begble site, Columbia street, the brush being cut
yesterday. The foundation being in
good shape work will lb. easier than
been on the adjoining corner, where tho
workmen have had to excavate deeply
into the hillside.
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THURSDAY.  JUL*,
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Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
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Official Agent* of Tbe Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the
Electric   Chilliwack   Line   and   V.   V.   and   EL   Cloverdale to
ine of the B. C.
Su.nas  Railway.
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'*��� m tht nrft re ike _ i    ;
. ��� I tke Corporal   a   . ���_-- City of
���:-v v -;-������ luster enacts as I ��� ���  ���������
'.    II shall   e ^a��;.. :. r ":.-
: Um add   .::>   o raise by way    :
: ay pert     or i od
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of t���.-        -.-.-.-%_    hereinafter mes-
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laterest   ci   tie   .-: i'.:e:   prapoaed
u.   :-e i:-.-   .it-:   .;..��  3y-__.w   _i:
lor Breadag s_n_ *-       . :.   ���'-.   .    .
_>.i*. c-; ti-   _.:   _- -i  .* ��  ��   ��� i :-
it ��...   ���  i-    ���---���;��� :   raise by =,-' -
tales        ;.;   'i ���-.  i...    the* rates
aad   ;������:-:  :.*tt.  ti.  carteaey ci  -
�� .    lebeataras, tke s._ c: 7-. Ht__
c-.:     tnd     7i.-v_.-v     aad    4^-lW
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An Wkereaa -i order t... tals-
t: - said ;���._-.: - Ol Two _ .*.
dr-._ aa* Thirty-Fir- aad 4-1-
ij.  " it    7-   .--- |U] r^rrcia. :a:e
oi   t ���-;   :.. v   ��...   :..   :-;- '*-   ".     *
levi- I oa I le rateakle ;��� t;   -..
Ct!   'O^    ..';.     .:   ;.:w   V." . 5 tn..-: tv.-.
Aad   v kereas    tie  w_o ^  ratea
;.-���;.:ty   cf  fe   Mid   City,  BOOO  Ung
to   tke  . rt  :���-.-���.-:-   ua sei ��i   it   ml
thereof   ;= Five  Millions, Tbre. Hnn-
crei  _i-  .'...-.et..-Oi-  7.1' -.-._ic   Ftooi
Bondred   aad   Fortjr-Flve    r ..-: -i
C.    Dc lari.
-.i Wkereas, tke total aiaoant '���'
.ti- "-i:-1-:. debentore debt oi ""-'
E_.:   7 ���;���'  is  Or.-.-   117.: Two B
d.--.-i   _id   Nineteen   Tkoasand     i nt
Bandred   (J!-*.-: Ij 7a-..   irre
spective of the sum of Three Bandn
a/id NiB-ty-our Thousand Ls'v-
(.* DoEarg proposed to e raised under si* "Bospita] Debentnre By-laa
UM," tie "Wa*-'-- *���-. D :.t.v By
law   1509.*'   the
N-TICE.
7        *      _   '.it   tke  above  .-   a
*.- -    ��� tke    ;: .:  - -.    By -kta
��� i ai _ taken into c i-._e*at c-_
-.;��� tke Iwrid ��� Ooancfl .; tke City
oi New Westminster ci_ month from
ti^ dt. - "*-*;-     .aii th r-
: I   h   tke    7-. .;   N     ���
lews;.
 ly  .-..:: .. .z'-d.
3.    Ti*v     _aid   debentures  sha:]   be The.    od   ($234           D               Bd   to
payable on the first day of July 195* cau-.    tke   ?��_ne   to     -    paid   into
st sock 1                 :_c_s as th- Coun- the Treasury of the -aid City fo.- *
... of ti.. said C-r;"T_ .  a i._y .'r:.*i ;_.-_.-���.--..   ��� ���   -.  ���...--_  r.-.-ein.
time  io  time  :;;    it     "���- tk  tbe a;e 2.   I. ?!,__! be ;_wful for the Mayor
proval  of tke holders    thereof.    an<i to  cause    ny  number of  debentnrca
11  hare  _;:Acbe��- to them c:-upo_E to   be   made,    not exceeding  in   the
:' -    be  payment of  interest    at the **7.   ���            tm of Two Hundred
rat-, of ii\e ; er .-: ' .-.    ���:   nmtm on Thirty-Foor     "      mad       15- ;.'""'i
tk��   ai.nit   thereof     wiich  interest n>..;_a -     : ���-   -,-i   stum   of  money
-Daily ska]]   be  paya .- half yearly  on  tie as    mt               r-jiir^d,    not    teea
���   ���     first  f..**.t of January aod tbe Drst day ��� I tfcan  $100. 0 each,    or an  e-tjuiva! nt
-.. ���:   place  oa   tbe   Z_adL Jnly, in each and ewery year, aad V.     expressed   In   poai is   sterling  of  th?
���_a- t    ':'.    .'-''���?. and tbat a "���'otv ���'-���'���  sati c-t-j;-ons shall  b> sign* ]  by  the United Kingdom of Great Britain and
' tke Cty wi ; be taker, said Mayor.
proposed   bylaw  on  tbe      4.   A    special    rate  on  tke   do,v
��� A _i'_.     '. ' -   ���etwe-_ -be m.7   be   ie-.ied   aid   rai&ej    n  ea -
i.i- o'clock a.i__ and 5t^ ?. year   In addition   lo  iii    tier rates
*  the following place-, nam*-?':  on '_11 rateable property of 'he City
._-.! Cbanb-r   civic btitldlng:   ?.":     :.* to ;ay tie  interest on  the
-      Fire  Bail.    Bapperton:    and  tbe   .e__tares   and  to create a sinkir.-'
".' tei worts     S'or*-ho_3e.     Eleventh fund for tie payment of tke principal
-.--*. tier���tf wiei  "i .--   s.;'-   t to any Ac:
or enactm-it re?=pec;ja,z the same.
_.j-ct as aforesaid, there Shal
W.
A. DUNCAN.
Citv C7erS.
Ju;t  22nd.  1M��.
Ireland, at a value of 4 S-.6 to the
pound sterling; and aj] such debentures shall _ sealed with tbe Seal
of tbe Corporation signei by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by ^uch other
' ' ��� . or persons as may be thereunto lawful.y authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the firs- day of July 1'.^'.
at such place or places as tjp Coun-
City Gaol Debenture By
Law, 1909.
be   raised   annually   by   specia;   rate? ci: at the ��_id Corporation nay fr im
as afr-re-aid,  during  ve currency  oi time  to Ti:~e appoint,    with  tbe ap-
the -ai- debeAtareS, the sum of Three proval  of  thr.  holders     thereof,    and
Hundred   ($309.90)    DoUars    for    the shall  hate attached to them courons
paymeai  of in?erest  thereon,   and  Ble for  the  payment  of   interest    ai   tne
A By-iaw to ernabie th
tb_ City of New Westminstei .o raise
i loan the EUt_ of S._ Tboisaid
($C086l00) Doiiars for tbe purpose of
luilding a City Gaol ani ?o:ic. Court
Room.
WLerea_, It is expedient to erect a
building   to  be used  as  a  Cttj   Gaol
and  Police Court  Boom,  and to  use
;_t-.rove-tent  tj^   portion  of   the    Civic   Bund.ng,
sum of Fifty-Tbre- and 19-100 ($63-7*1
DoUam to provide- for t_-e r_^_j**ment
of  iy principal.
6. The proc-eis Of th? sale of tne
said  deben lares  shall   be applied  a*
Council ot follows, and not otherwise: Towaris
paying the cost of -he pass'ng of
this By-law and the bane and aaia
of the debenture? tbe-reln referred to.
7. Tbi3 By-law shall take effect "n
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof. whJ,_-__ interest
sbaii be paya Ip half yearly on tne
first of January and the fir?t day of
July, in each and every y6ar, and tft*
said courons shall be signed by the
said  Mayor.
4. A specia! rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
year,   in  addition  to all  o*her  rates.
i    Ineratoc  i->e-
now used for loose purposes, for other
By-iaw  1009,"    the
be-.t.re   By-iaw   1903,'   and  tbe   "City purposes  and   to  expend    _  the erec- in   the   manner r-<3**-r^i   b.   law
Gaol    Debenture    B;- .aw    1909,"    of -jon of the said building the sum of     R<-i-;-iv.-d the assent of the electors
a none of the pt icipaj    .- Inter- six Thousand  ($9000-00) Dollars, and 0n the day of  1909.
��*t is in  arrears.. that the said sum sltou.d be raised on      Reccisid-r<-d' and  finallv  passed
Now therefore *_* Municipal '-oun- ^ mix,. cf the Corporation. oopn Council th* da. of
cil of  tbe Corporation  o? the City of      And ���'Whereas, it appears that if th -  1909
New Westminster enacU ���_   EOitows: Bum     0f    Six    Thousand     ($ _'.-0.0.)
L    It shall be !aw!-_; for the Mayor Do.larg    be    appropriated    from    tn.
tie 2->th. day of Angost 1909, and nay on   .j 1 rateakle property of the City,
be cited as  the   City Jail  Debe_'.ure sufficient to  pay  the  interest on  the
By-law.  1909." debentures,  and   to creat-  a sink ng
I    Th:>  By-law  before    tbe    f.nai fund for the payment of ihe ; rmcipa:
pass'ng -hereof,  'n-1^  rweive the as- thereof when due, subject to any Act
sent  of tbe electors of the said  City or ena/tm-nt re_pectiiie the same.
5-    Subject as aforesaid, there shall
In
of tke said  Citj        raise  b*   way  ot ?eneral  revenue  of the C'i.y  Cor  the
loan from any person or persons tod., curr-nt year the ra'e of taxation wi.i
or bodies corporate, who ma) be will- be excessive, and it is expedient that
ing to advance the same or. the credit g-t.__    excess*ve   taxation   should    be
of the  debentures,    hereinafter men- avoided, and the said sum --hould be
ttoned. any   sura  or  su Di   o raised  on  the credit  of  the  Corpora-
BOI  ��� ���    ��� in.-  in the whole the sum tion,  and  that  debentures should   be
of Pour  Thousand   (14000.00)   DoHats issued for tbat amount,
a- : __ cause the same to   e .'2 : 'ri(��
ti-.   Treasury of the --aid City fc<,- tne |nt
P*_*;^-es mentioned herein, to
-    .'��� shall b. lawful for the Mayor _._. creating a inking fund fortkepay-
U> '.-                taker of debentnret meat of the sa^ debenturca when due,
to   be   made,    nn exceelin--  Is   tke It win be necessary to raise hy special
..   tbs   sua   of    Four    Thousan': r   ,^   ln  addiic-n'to all  other rates,
i rt
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Tab notice that the above j._ a
true oopy of the proposed By.law
whlob will bp taken into considerat on
the Municipal Council of the City
: ,Ts &zs7s�� YI TSFsS^S
_-.5__f_Lfl_S__ -:-f'-f -���_-. S. _S
($4000.00) Dollars,  for  such     in
trjm-���;.   ai  ma    be reiinlred   not loss
than   $10 ������ or  an  <���._������ nl
expressed in pound, sterling of the
1 nlted Kingdom of Grea Br.tain and
Ireland I   vaiue   of  4    .6  to   rh-
pound  sterling;   and a_l  su   id        ���-
L sealed   with  the    ij^ai
of *.'.e    Corporation   signed by
11 :'<r    and    oo ntersigned    I'.
Treasurer  th'-r��jf.  or  by   -uch       V
person  or  persoi a   a;   may  be  it- "'
nn*o lawful y antkoriaed.
I    The    said  debentures  shall   n
payable on tiie Brat day ol July 1969,
year during the currency of the
.   the   sum   of    Three
Hundred   and   Fif-.-. three   and  19-100
($353.19) Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to rait   th
said yearly sum of Thw - Hundred and
Fifty-three  and   !:������;  (53.19)   Do
lars an t-(_r.iai special rati  on the dob
lhe lar will be required to be levied on
the (jjf,   it-hole     ati able   property of the
br CUy  of New  Westminster.
"e-      And.   Whereas,   the   whole  ratea!, 1.
property  of the  said  City, according
to   the   last   revised   as-essm- n'    roi'
thereof   is Fins  Millions, Three Hun
publication took place on the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and thai - vote of
the electors of th-.- City w_]j be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
i'.'jih day of Aligns*. 1909, betwi - the
hours of nin.- o'clock vn nnd I
m., at the following places, n a
Tl    Coundj Chai Ulding
Ihe F_re  Hail,    Sap] -non:    a-
''   ''     ���--'
be raised ar,n-;a:'y v y specia: rates
as aforesaid, during -he currency of
the said debenture! the sum of
El-vv-r. Thousand Seven Hundred
l$li.7i:'ii Dollars for the r-aymen. of
inter<v: thereon, and the sum of Two
Tho:sand and Seventy-Four and
100 1 $2074...21 Dollars to provide for
the repayment of the principal.
6. The proc eds of the sa,e of tne
said deben! ir - shall be applied as
follow?, and not otherwise: Tewa.es
paying the cost of thp ; as -ing of
this By-law and the issue and si.-
of the de'v_tures -herein referred  to.
1. Tl-.is Bylaw shall *ake effect <<n
the !5th. day of August 19i"i9. and may
be cited a.- -_/������ 'Waterworks Debenture. By-law, 1909.'
8. 7T_i�� By-law before tbe flna:
passing (hereof, ?hali r'-rt ve th�� a-
seat 1 f the 1 lectors of th_ said Ci :���'
In  tl     ��� anner require'   b    if1*.
Recei.      -  .      .. nt of the ���     * r
on'th**- day of  1909.
R red and finally  pas ed  In
ears   hat if tl
I
,j tbe
. :  -   the ;
-
1 -        -'houid  be
rafa of the Corpora
ild  bei
. -  ���     for I
When ���   " Ol
....    .   . ires proposed
a .  -  ��� -Law, and
lore-,   t-   .      ���
eat of I -     -
it w;:: be 1-. . - -     . spec ai
��� -.. ���    1. r rates
eact year durin.
said  '    - -���:���:.
Fll id     ���'��� 100
$  76.
An .. "<��� v '.      . ���   tke
H in-
:-oi-"i
ii"- Dolls
. ..... ���   -       t. d  io be
* Ivrty
���  City of Ni
An: _..������"     ���   rateable
pro;-, rtj according
to the i       fl to\
:   rei   Han
dred and   ' -or
Hundred   and   > i      il 14..
90)  Doi
.... ml amount sl
��� -i.-tin-       .-.-.      ������ ���   of   th-
-.     :���:       ���       i        il ���:.
>i a     ���.   Thousand,    One
-��� i     ?;.'.-'.        I)   l>d.ar-   irre-
spectl -: of the sum ol Three Hundr. d
I   Sb     -- - '1 : -
.id 1    be raised under .   Debenture  By 'aw
De     -   . B..
the ' Street  Improvement
By-:aw   1909, 'Incinerator  De-
������   -*      - v    and the  "CMty
Gaol    Debenture    Bylaw    1909,'     o!
whlcb none of the pun "pai or in"-r-
est is in arrears.
Now therefore the _ in -; J Council ot the Corporation cf the C ty of
New Westminster enacta as follow:
1. It shall be iawful for the Mayor
of the said  City to raise  by  way of
loan from an;. - t persons,   od .
Or bodies cor;- rate.  *�� ho
in-, to advance the same on
if the  debentures,    here
tioned. any  sum  or sums  of  money
not  exceeding in   the  whole the -��utn
ol   Thirty Thousand   ($30 100.-00)   Dollars and to cau_- th    -ame to be pa '���
Into the Treasury of the BaM City for'
the purposes mentioned h-r<in.
2. It shall be iJwful for the liayor
to cause any number Ol debenture
10 be made, not exceeding m the
whole   the  sum   of   Thirty   Thousand
? 1  IXillars. for such sums of
money as may be re-itilred. not le��s
than $10040 each, or an eQuIvalent
expressed in rounds st��rline -f -h-?
t'nlt-_ Kingdom of Great Britain and
Irebuid, at a value M 4.S06 to the
pound sterling; and a!) such debentures shall I e sealed with the Seal
of the C'orporat.on Eigne! by the
Mayor and countersigned by tnp
Tr-asurer ther<-of, or by -uch Other
person or i-ersons as may be there.
unto lawfully autIiorl_<d.
3. The Eaid debentures sha 1 be
payable on the first day of Julv 1969,
a: such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders 'hereof, and
shall hav attached 'o them coupons
for the payment of interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, whloh interest
shall be paya le half yearly on tiie
first of January and the first day of
July, In each and everv year, and th-
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WESTMINSTER
Iron   Works
JOHN  REID, Prcpnst.r.
renth Street,   ���   M Pam\k
Street Improvemenl M|
ture By-Law,
A By-law to enabie the Council of
the City of New Westn Inater o -^
bv loan she sum of On Hii-dred ���"
__ur   Thousand   ill   ��� '  UlM!i
for Streei Improvl : ���
Whereas, certain bu moneySaf��
ihis year been ex;- l< ���'. ' �� ��' tl*
generMj   revenue  of l '     ���i'
construction, Imp. aid repair
of ceriaiu streei-  a ��� ��� *' "���*
It is . xprditnt thai ��� -'���'i]l!,0D'1
suiib* be s_H.-nt in Ul ,��">"*
ing  in   all     (with   buuis    a read) J
, spent)   to  the  sum  of On,   H���ref
d coupons shall  be signed  by  the a^d FoUr Thousa:, .    ,    .       ��) D*
said Mayor,
4.    A    special
rate on   the  doila**
lars.
And Whereas.
Ii .i
,-, ui.it if �����
.   _v, ii    v      ,    .    . .        , ,4.        Alio   wnereu*. 11  .1        ������ -  ������" "
t        -?__!-.    and   n'feL ln each am of One Hundred    - Four 1IJ
- year. >n addition   to  all  other   rates.  sand   ($104 00u ������,   D    ,:s   b- a?pr>
snlffr. n?';abl!  ':\T'!l ot  ,he  CitJ- prla'ted"   from    the    -.
sufficient to  pay  the interest on  the ��f      ^p      ci.v      ,.,       ..,.
de-,nture.^  and   to  create   a  sink.ng the     ra;,.    0,    -.,..,i���
fund for the payment of the prrinciral Y ���XCP���,W al<i i, llentlffl
thereof -hen due, subject ��o any Act such   ex'^vc    ', .^o"11 *
...\t_"
c'jrrrflt
wlU
or enactm.nt respecting the same
5 Subject as aforesaid, i)i��r. Khali
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during :'ie current y of
tb- eaid ���!������ .-ntur.-s. the sum of'Fifteen Hundred ($1600.00) Dollars fur
the payment of Inti r -��� Un reon and
��� ������ sum of Two Hiind ed and Sixty
Five and  ��6-100  ($265J6)   Dollan   to
avoided, and the aald - should b��
raised on  the cred t of h- Corpow
tion,  and  that  debent   ea >l"'u��i m
Issued  for that amount. .
And.   Whereas,  fer  tl I '.'���"��� "'��'
Interest on  the de   i PropOS'S
io  be U.ied  unbi .Y.
for cn-ating a<inkiv "''��
ment of the said  :���
r,m,-i.i     #��� in.-iii im  in.- nnta ��� ������ m.i
tor the payment of the prin- lt wil��� b(, I1,l,,s.,., , by 1*1
addition to lier ���*!
f of tw
City   Hail.
W. A. DUNCAN,
C      '  ���
July  22nd,  1909.
ii   il the.
1509.
City C! ri:
.-'...   ���������'.
':  ;���   -
at such  place Of  places as the Coun- dred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
cii of tbe ��aid Corporation may from Huridred   and   Forty-Five  ($5,391,445,
time  to  time  appoint,    with  the  ap- 00)  Dollars.
proval of the ho ivs thereof, and And. Whereas, the total amount ot
shall bave attached to them coupons the existing debenture de't of 'he
for the payment tt interest at the ._aj_ g_tj ;B One Million, Two Hun-
rate of five per centum p^-r annum on _red and Nin"te.n Thousand, One
the amount thereof, which Interest Hundred f$1.219.100.''i0) Dollars irre-
shall   Ire  paya U  half  yearly   on   the spectlve Ot-th
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
NOTICE.
Tak-   notice   that   the   abo\e   is   a
trot,  copy of the    proposed    By-iaw
which will b. take-   ���.-    conrlderal o.
by the Municipal Counot' <,? th- Ct.
of New Westminster one month from
ithe dae of the first publication th-nt*
,   -.   , of ln   the    Daily  News**   and   "Daily
a ri..-ia�� to enable the Council of Columbian" newspap-rs whicn f rst
thfc City of New Westminster to raise publication took plac. on th,- 2">ad.
by loaathe smn of Two Hundred and,day of July 1909, and" that a vote of
rt, rty-Four Thousand ($234,000.00) ,'tbe electors of tb- Citv win be tak-n
Dollars for the purpose of  increasing on  the  said
��� This Bylaw shall take effect on
the 25th. day of Augus 1909, an I may
be <:*��� I :���- the ' Hospital Debenture
By-law.  1909."
* This By-law before the final
pa-sing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of th0 eaid City
in   th.-   manner recjuired   by  law
Received the assent of ihe elector*
on the day of     1909
Reconsidered  and  finally'passed  In
open Council the dav of
1909. J      	
0a��
, t,- r|-'H|l)
Hundred  and   Twent) ($."*!
Dollars    an    equal    ���*      ���'    "c,,,
the doilir    will    b<   n     ���  ' '..Jl
levied on the "hole 1 !'r'p v
of the City of New Went- Inster;
And.   Whereas,   the   wh   - '-1'"
property  of 'he   said   Cl .    ��ccoral
to   the  last   revise!   asses
thereof   is Fiv_ Million .  i'lir^'
dred and Ninety-On- TbousaiiO,
.l-'r':>   li-i,-*"-'
.10
smelt f"
Hfflr
Four
paya le  nair  yeany   on          spectlve of the sum of Three Hundred  the  capacity of "th��"aty"WaUr^rk_ l__t_~dav"rf* A__^rt^U"!--I_,___ I_fl
first of January _and  the first day of and   Wnety-Two Thousand   ($392,000.-(System.   ������-'*--r, ').'
July. In each and every year, and to.  qO)  Dollars proposed to be raised un-      Whereas,    It
hours of nine o'clock am   and five P-
,....., e ra'se. uQ-j     nucrcH,    u  |8  expedient to    con-:_n.,  at  the followlne  nla__M   ___na_.
__d coopooi  -ball   be  signed  by  uhe der   the   "Hospital   Debenture   Bylaw .struct   an   additional   Ma      Pipe   Une Tha Councl) Chamber  -_^'___5___
said  Mayor. 1909." the "Waterworks Debenture By. for the City Waterworks Svstem from  the Fl ro HalI     SaYY,n      ,        L
4.    A     special     rate  on   the  dollar  ,aw   1909.-,   lh     -Stree.   improvement Coquitlam  I^ke  to the  QiW. P^ tfci_rw^r_T   8_-S^.'    w��_-_S
a-all   bo   levied   and   raised   in  earh  By-law   1909."    the    "Incinerator   Ue-  Reservoir,   and  also  from   th"  Rp,��.-Jt^Tt S'or'^u,e,      Eleventh
jv_r,  In addition  to all  other ratea   benture  By-law  1909."  and 'he "City :volr to th�� City limits cm Lulu Island '
on all  rateable property of the City, Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    or|and  for  that  purpose -o expend  the"
eufflH<.nt to  pay  the  interest on  the which none of the principal or Inter-'sum of Two Hundred aid Th!r:y_v.ur |    City   Hall
debentures,  and   to  create  a  sinking est   is in  arrears. [Thousand   ($234,000-00)   Dollars
fund for the paym-nt of the principal No . therefore the Municipal ''oun- And Whereas,'it appears that if t(r.
thereof w-lien due, subject to any Act cn of the Corporation of 'he City of'sum of Two Hundred and Thlrty-
or enactment respecting the ththO.        New Westminster enacts as follows:   ;Four    Thousand      f$234.00)     Dollars
City Cl-rk.
NOTICE.
Tak-   notice   that   the  above
Mayor.
true   copy  of   the
which will b,. taken Int
is
.la
considerat -
Hundred   and   Forty
00)   Dollars. ,������., of
And. Whereas, the total ���im07th.
the existing debentur. de t "'
Bald City is One Million. tw0 *qB
dred and Nineteen Th-1" ;""��� .1
.Hundred ($1.219.100.00) -v ,!f "dred
spectlve of the sum of 1 ������0 "" 0(ki,
and  Nlnetv-Four Thousan I  (*-*^ ull.
:"' 1 "-' 1    By-law OO)" Do'llars "proposed to he t-
W. A
Julv
DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk
ind.   1909.
nv la"
by the Municipal council of th- ritv ?o-_.,.h���"H,?.9p";,1 2f.eT_bentur Br*
of New Westminster oD- SA 22 ^^IS^'SS^M
general
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909.
')���   Subject as aforesaid, ther_ shall      1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor (be    appropriated    from    th,
be  raised   annually   bv   8;>eclal   rates of the  said  City  to raise by  way or'revenue   of   tbe    City    for   the cur-
as  aforesaid,  during  the currencv  of  loan from any person or persons  bodv,rent year   the   rate  of    taxation  wl'l
the said debentures, the sum of Two or bodies corporate, who may be will-Ibe excessive   and It Is expedient that
Hundred ($200.00) Dollars for the ing to advance the same on the credit Isnch excessive taxation should be A By-law to enab'e 'he Council of
payment of Interest thereon and the of the debentures, hereinafter men- avoided, and th. said sum should be the Citv of New Westminster o raise
sum of Thirty-Five and ib-lim toned, a-v sum 0r sums of money, raised on the credit of the Corpora- bv loan the sum of Thirtv Thousand
($35.46) Dollars to provide for the ���ot exceeding In -he whole the Rim tlon, and that deb-ntures should be ($30 oon 00, Dollars for th
repayment of  the  principal of-   &ix    Thousand   ($6000.00)   Dollars issued for that amount. ���f  granting   the  same  to
6.   The proceeds of the sale of th* and to cause the same to be paid into     And,  Whereas, for the pavment of Columbian Hospital
u.ll    _. r^**.    no    111    rtii.-_.i_- ,      *
on the said   proposed" b^Sw o_*_5   . NV,W *he,vfore th*? M^l%t> i
25th day of August, 1909, b�� __ .! - c" of the Corporation of I
hours Ot ninn o'clock am
purpose
thS   Roya!
im., at the following place
Th- Council Chamber, civic
the  Fire   Hall.     Sapiiertwi;
Waterworks     Storehouse,
s-e<-t.
W.  A.
e�� '"e,New Westminster enacts utff^g
and ^ve p. '    1.    I( sha��� be lawfni for
of the said City to raise
Ilie
hv
nf
DUNCAN,
Citv Clark
City   Hall,  July   22nd.   1909.
nam
uildlng; |nnn {rom any person 0r p
and  tne -r ^^^ cprporat<., who may "^5
Eleventh lng ^ ndvance thn same on_*��� ^
way
ons. fcoj,'
be ��''
of the  dobentures,    hereInftf,teLd��fi
tioned. any  sum or sums
0f  11101
the
not  exceeding  In   the  whol
of One  Hundred  and Four T "
nut
us!""1
i8_U_._ THLIRSDAY,
JULY   29,
1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWS.
PARE  SEVEN.
I
���   i    cause -urn "i  Vwiity Thousand   _$20,000.0i.j
I   Dollars    and   >'<'  <-     ...   Dollaf8    ,,c    appropriated    from
11 ^ms-	
���    ""l  'Xllt';B,..1| _nd S-i"��  the credit of  .lie Corpo
n "i Oni   ""'",'m..,.  uon, and  thai debentures Bhould
(1104.000^0)    DoUan  ^  te t|i;j;  |uDount
"r,       Y u'iio" "'<     A""1-  WJltirt'ali' lor **"-' Paynien
.ed,   nol   ��" ����' d lntereB,   OIl  the  debenture,   v
1    l'"'"'akllt  ,,��    eni'- in be issued under this  Bj I lad
pounds, sterling   oi     w��       ud )(|j. (.,,,a;jI1j, a ,inking Hind toi '
'       if 4866 to the menl of the said debentures wh'
and,   at a value jji    .      U(i(.(.,u. lt Wjj] he- necessary to raise b.
Se.il rates, in  addition lo all  other  rates
the each year during the currency ol
_________J v   is to ibe returned to  bay  on  north   shor-  of   Kees   island,
ocou-tsome natui       iwmel, and the   "��� "    '
New  Westminster   Land   District,
trlct of New Westminster.
Dis-
v       ������'
j Northeast
south 20 chains
������ \\'i stiiii11.-��� t'-r District.
addre      and    icou-;some natural channel, and the differ- one  of  the  Anderson  group.    Dated
'/.'���������"."   a '���    ESN""* betw-en point of dl- June  6th, 1909.      Appivlng   tor  the i   ���, , ,     (u     ,..,..    ^
,    %,-ivor be excessive, and it ls expedient that i :"*'dl*\'    L. "*"";  " point   of    return.    The whole  Island,    containing   160 ��������__.*���*��� notl(^ th"* "'""d thmgnii ot
for the Mayor nee ^      taxation   should Bc�� at .*��� City of | water is to be returned to river near more or less. Vancouver,   occupation   farmer,   in-
���,a avoided   and the said sum should ' :'    l:l    ' ivlns  "      h of ���l*:" ���"- and difference or ele- ALBERT HUNT,        \llads l�� a�� ? ����r Permission to pur-
tbeavoldeo,     iu     e  ,      .  .,     ���.��.-. of   $2,_00 00-^ divided     not ���-. point of diversion and Per S  H  FORD Agent     <*ase the following described lands:
ot    $1.0.,    each,  all po i is about 300 feet (J)      Dated June ifth   1909 !    Commencing at  a   pos.   ulante I   at
^^^^^H vn   l--_   i,,..n,i-i *..   -bI U' 1J J' I Northeast  corner Of  lot   1469,  thence
ol  thf lake, stream ��� the pi works win      ,,, , .    ^^m ^^^^^^h     m
hi   unnamed,  the  descrip- noi  exceed acres,    (k)   Thlj no- ���    ,Dls,r;<t "'  Oodst  Range One. |
unnamed    creek   coming  ti"   was  pos_-  nn   th.,   7ti,  h=��� nfl    Tak<* notice that John Johnson
northeast    emptying  into J        1909,
���Hi    Ann  Burrard  " to   tl .,..���..-,_,.���-,,    _���   _._
iliver) al or about lour ]1      lay  of  August   1909.     (1)  Give to  Purchase
l   i -leriing* and aJi such aeo^**- �������������- -- ^ltim-o'fljr'o.her'i-atM  ' mouth- '        !l1" * and  addresses of any ri-
e8a]ed with the   Seal rtt*    i add   on   o a Both , ^ ;Ui(���n pa    ,   proprieto ,ce    J     >   or
�� 3Ua!   ,,.,,���    ���sigu.-d by    the ��������������    ',m^, ';,/^     '   > ^h the junction   of said  wl ���,|. are Ukely to be affected
L      countersigned    by    ;���'�� '^*** <"   ����      ;.     '���;" '"     . river. bj   th    proposed works, eithe
sl,,l,  other  sand     lie I m died .ndS-i.-,,i, Q'lty of water applied Or    *���   the  outlet,
���.   persons _-> -W he there- and 30.100 (��""��   '*>_�����. tee           ra'_       m Van ouver, B. C.
*�� ,'!   'v' ii.lioi. /.d.                            And, Uliere.is.iu order to i,v   v , ,                 r seconi The part of  the    Me.norandu
0 !:!       -'..ij  ,i-im-i.1 ures shall  be said j.-arly oiim ot tine I bousand Un. character of    the    pro- Association of the Company    which
"  ���'    ,V���. fn-i dav of July 1959, I undred and Sevsnty-seyen and JO-100 ,,   ,              the diversion of said authorized   the   proposed   application
-       $11,7.30)   Dollarsanequal   speclalrate ..���,,.��� bj   ,           ���, ^ mcht ���ume, and  works, reads as follows:
.                                    - natural waterways, tunnels and pipes, ' :i   The    ob-jects for    which    tne
with  the ap- levied on the whole rateabl,   prop i , ,���,,  ,iH, e8tahii_.h_nenl  In  connection Company is established und to winch
_, 0, the h'oid.-rs    thereof,    am. ol the City of New Westminster; ,,,,,, ���,      wat       nv���r   ,    t for objects th
al ��           >d lo them coupons     And   Whereas,  the   whole  ral eneratlon of   electricity for me "" "
,-ivnien   of interest    at the property of the  said  cny, acco 	
UlC '''*      '.niuiii per annum on io  the last^revtaed^ assessment   roi .,,,,,���,_,    and particularly in the op-Y- or by the purcha
of,  o
ersons  as  may
thence east 4u chains,
thence north  to coast, thence follow-
ua    w .  .   , otl ing the coast  line    to point of com-
wlil   be IVancouver,  li. c., occupation,    saieb [mencement
on   the man- latends to apply for permlsslot
to   purchase   the   following   desenbto
lands:
Commencing at a post planted ot.
the north shore of John island, an island between Kees island und Davies
island. Dated, June Gth, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, con'ain-
or ing CO acres more- or less.
JOHN*  JOHNSON.
WILFRID  DOUG A l_L.,
Per ���;. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July  21st,  ll.u_.
er above
B.  F.  Dickins,
Pe.   S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June Oth. 1909.
And, Whereas, in order to vv
.aid yv*rly aam of One Thousand Un�� ,,,,     character of    thi
*,"��� ., ,,.,,. f)f j���iv 19.9, Hundred and Seventy-seven and 30-100 ,    ,,             0 ,,,��� ,,,.
-ab.ee.         .",;!;:> 2 Se^: $117X30)  pilars an a,   apecla ���              J-/
such . , 7������.l:i,,n may from  on the dollar will  be required  to  be
;,':,,,      wiLh   Hie  ���  levied on the whole riUeahl-c prep i ,   ;���1(l   ���lc	
10      he hold rs    thereof,    ana ol Hie City of New Westminster; , , ,, 0{ a water power plant for objects the  Company
''-1  '" ,1"": "TZ  �����!!:,vW-v""'J_? rYVl, ���'""  "'   "l"'"",,>   ""���  nv��- ��'Y.^"Y''iUiS]liT V*"*?*. water|Vancouver,  B. C, occupation, farmer
��.n ^uy^ accordl g chan|        industrial   and commercial,P��wer by records of unrecorded wa- totendB w ^ ,y/or permission to pur
of five per centum per -ihmuui �����-  *J��Z  TJ\.,'~'"iu'iiY,.^ 'IY       ,,',!'!    '""'I'v-'     and  particularly   in   ill-  on-, ter or by  the  ��.����������-    �����   ���  ��� ^^
District of Coast Range One.
,    Take notice that James Watson, ol
water and water  Vancouver,  B,
are    restricted
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS   FOR   STEEL   PIPE.
"mmini  thereof,    which Interest thereof, is Five Millions, Thr,,. Hun-
t. '"" h.,if yearly on  lhe dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
'      '' ���",.������,  the  Hi  t day of  Hundred   and   Forty-Pve   ($5,391,445
d^very year, and the 00) Dollars.
all   be signed   by  tin-      And,  Whereas, H���.  tola   amount  of
W W the  existing    debenture  debi   of  the
��� ,;iic, on  tlie  dollar said City is One Million,    Two Hun
���4 |l(i   ,nd   raised  In each dred and Nineteen Thousand on  Hun
,   |0 all  oth*  rates, dred ($1,219,100.00) dollar. In
**������ ".I roperty of Hie City, of  the  sum  oi  Three   Hundred   and
.���;',,   . ���,.   Interest on the Seventy-Eight    Thousand    ($31	
,'n.ire-   and  to create  a sinking 00) Dollars propostd to be raised r"i-
[f nt of the principal  der   the   "llospi .,|  Debenture   Bj aw
;'"   ,  ,       ii   Bubjecl to any Act 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By-
v eting the same.       law   1909,"  the "Street   Improvement
aforesaid, thei"e Bhall By-law   1909,"    the    "Incinerator  Ue-
lallj    by   speclaj   rates  benture   By-law   1909,"   anj  the   "t   '
I   during the currency  of Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    ol
aid ires, the sum of Vive,which  none of the principal or Inter
Eousaml   rwo     Hundred   ($6,200.00)   est  Is  in  arrears.
lv.. [oi    '���   payment  of  interest      Now thefefore 'he Municipal .Coun-
TY.   :i1      ... sum   of   Nine Hun-lcil of the Corporation of ihe City of
enty-two  ($922.00)   Dol-'New Westminster enacta as follows;
.     le for the repayment of      1.    It shall he lawful fur the Mayoi
, nrlnci] 'of tlie Kail- (-'i,y l0 ra'Be hy wa-v "'
K   The proc. eds of the sale ot tbe  loan from any person or p rsons, bod
^^_        ^^_        ..  -��-|���     -   --   ---  ------   ot   water  re-.cjjase  t)le  f0Howin��  described  lands:
oration ol motors, maoh.nery, electric cords or water privileges for la) Con-1    - ^^m
el.
,atl
am
mways    and  Other   works  struiting,
for -��������� ch Unlit, heat and ixiwer
ar.- suitable and available,
(f). The    premises    on   which   the,��� ;    ���      --   ���    "*__. ���-���--��
water i- to be used is   to    generate f'!'\j"'"^   * ^e generating of elec-
electric power, light    and    hen:    for l��f* ,or,!lef,tr^iK)WeiL��r ����L0^!
m,  lighting,    heating,  manufao. ��*��^,1^!^  P��     ',      d /,
md all and every industrial or    -*a,isi,i,.t.ng  the same to be u^-d by
, .-, , ���   the Companv or bv  persons or com-
purposes   to   whloh   it  may   be eontracting'with  the company
iua "i w.uer privnegea .or iti) i.on-, Commencing at a post Planted <
riii'iing, operating and maintaining the northea.st shore of Owl Islan
jsctrlc works, power houses, gener-|Dafed June 6th lfl0fl A,)|)lvIn t(
In. plant and such other appliances | the wl!ole isi;ind contalnlng 160 acrt
d  conveniences  as    are  necesBary more a. ieaa
on
d
or
acres
more or less.
JAMES  WATBOiM,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated  June 6th, 1909.
(i.i If the water ls to be used tor
therefor,  hs  a  motive
operating   of   motors,
District of  Ooast  Range One.
power for the I    Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
machinery   or'ntends t0 aI'lJ'-v tor permission to pur-
Tenders will be received by the undersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at 8:00 p.m., for supplying about 74,-
GOO feet of steel pipe, with an inside
diameter of 24 inches, and about
10,000 feet of steel pipe with an inside diameter of 12 inches.
Specifications may be seen at the
City Clerk's offlce, City Hall, o,- at
tlie offlc,- of Messrs. Hermon __ Uur-
well,  Vancouver,  B.  C.
A deposit of an amount equal to
five per cent, of the contract price
must be mad,- with each tender, by
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Citv Hall. New Westminster, B. C���
.  _ |operating  or   motors,     macmnerv   or |----r-*" "���*'���'���-' ������ *-- ���"������������;- ~y,
power or  mining    purposes desortbalj^   ��� ,]ti      or   th     works 0r t0 of Vancourar, B  c, occupation, lady,.    ouy ���a���, ,
the [dace where the water is io be re- ,Je       ,,., Companv  to con-ich��Se th�� 'fHowing described lands:    Juiy io, 1909.
turned  to some natural chann.-1. and'8um"  f      hoalin��� or ag X    motive1    Commencing at  a  post  planted  in 	
the    difference    in    altitude between _. f     propelllng t������..wavs, 0r tor the bay at northwest corner of Maud,
IKiini of    division  and  |>oint ol    re- ^yjyjug     hauling     lifting     pumping   ,sland.  the  largest  island  in   the   in-]    Tlie  time  for  receiving  tenders
turn.     Tbe water Is to be returned jj-jjy^   crushing,    smelting, drilling|**}lftn, KrouI--      Dated June 6th,  1909.-above  has  been
to   tin-   Noi-tli
a, or near the place where the pres- ^"'to which li'maf be"ad_pt"ed"or
n powei house of the WpUouit to U be U8.ed or Buppl^ for or'ln con
���Itnated. Ihe difference oi elevaeLeotlon wlth a other purp08es tor
tlon between point ol diversion and whfch electrlclt/ or electr!c poWer
point of return is about 2200 teet.      jmay ;be app]ied 0r retIuired.    (g) ^or
land     in-  rendering   water   and   water
.,.,-, iti*   iig.ii'i-,   cruoiung,     siiiKiiing,   (lruiiiiB ,   ��� ���, -       -     . : , ������
Arm  ol   Burrard   Met  ^   mi]ling  or  for  any  ot)|(,r oper_  j Applying   for  the   whole   island,   con-
talnlng  00  acres  more or less.
BERGETA ANb/ERSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent-
Dated June 6th. 1909.
^^^^^^^^^     extended until August 16, at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that    Frank Jacobson.
,of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to  purchase   the  following  described
lands:
.ileum, pu.iu or uu. iiuo any uwci ,    Commencing at a  post  planted In
channel or channels, laying or erect-la small bay  on north shore of Bend
the  memorandum ot;i���g, any lln<j or fiume   plpe 0r wi-e island.    Dated June 6th,  1909.      Ap-
consiructing any raceways, reservoir, plying for the whole Island, contain-
aqueduct  weir, wheel,    building,    or lng 80 awes more or less.
.other ���rection or work which may be j FRANK JACOBSON,
Ct'of the' ele-tort oftivi'-alFcitVitO   be   made,    not  exceeding   in   the      (3). The    objects   for    which    the  required  in  connection   with  the lm-'
, th. ,���,,. -uiirod  bv Taw whole the sum of Twenty Thousand company is established aud to which j pro vement and use of the said water
Received the assent of the elector*  ($20,000.00)  (Dollars for such sums of objects   the company   are   restricted and  water power or by altering, re-
lth. jay of     1909. money  as  may be required, not less are   the    acquisition  of    water    and newlng, extending, Improving, repair-
SteUldered and finally  passed  In  than  $100.00  each,    or an  equivalent  water power iby  records of unrecord- lng or  matatamhtg  any such  works
*      f^ 3     t ^^^^^^^^���        *      _   __ *s fc_i     *_��__e_. ���     ����_.     v_*r        # i��..        tin P/^n !i W-i        sii     f\.w   q m \r   t_o**4-   TwnmanmrSer
K 26th*."day*of August 1909, and may lars and to ctiuse the same to be paid ,*' ".Kj1^1,        '' ,
died _ the    Street Improvement into the Tr.-asury of the ��aid City for v
iw. 1909." ^e   purposes   mentioned   herein aufborizes" the    proposed'   application
i   Thl, By-law  before   the    flna,     2.   It .hail be lawful for the Mayor K���ort_, r^ids a? follows?"
btlDg thereof, shall  receive the as-;to  oause   any   number of  debentures _..   >
e  memorandum  ot ins  ;iny  Hne or  flume,  pipe  or wire
asost-iation   of  the    company     which1 ^^���
.day of 7. ��� ���  expressed   in   pounds  sterling  of  the ed   water  or   by     the    purchase    ol
United Kingdom ot Great Britain and water records   or    water    privileges
llreland,    at  a value of  4.S66 to thejf��r-
'pound  sterling;  and all  Buch  debent-j    ta).    Constructing,    operating    and
 ��� Mavor. ��� nreB   shall   be   sealed   with   the    Seal I maintaining   electric     works,     jiower
^B-��� of  the    Corporation    signed  by    the  houses,  generating   plant    and    such
NOTICE. |Mavor    and    couniersigned    by    the other appliances and conveniences as
_r_    notle*   thftl   .v.-   ahov     I.   a !Treasurer   thereof,  or   by   ��uch  other are   necesasry   and    proper   for     the
P      Y        Snoposed   Wlwi^-   or  arsons as  may   be  there-1gentling ot^e.ecti-icity    or    electric
plcb will :,,. taken Into considerat,on
ren Council tb-
Citv Clerk
:;,nto  lawfully -authorized. jpower   or    any    othe  form    Of    de-
3    The     said   debentures  shall   be  veloped   power,   and   for   transmitting
payable on the first day of July 1959, ithe same to be used by the ��>���������
at sunh  nlace or places as the Coun- j or by persons or companies contract-
dl ffthJ SSid MpS-Mko may from  ing  with   the    company   thereto.*,   a^
_...>���  News*'   ana     '-^''> { ���t   t >  tlnu,  appoint,    with   tbe  ap- a  motive power for the operating of
newspaper*,  which f*st ""*       f U)|i h'n'ui..-      thereof,    ana  motors, machinery,  or  electric   Ught-
in-k   nl��__  nn   .h���   ____. * attached lo tbem couiions ing or other works, or to be supplied
- -for   the   pa-m-nt of  Interest    at  .heiby   the   company   to   consumers     for
-    -    lk^n  rate of five per centum per annum on ! heating or as a motive po**er for pro-
,...._._   bylaw on thei"1,,    wldoh Interest pelling tramways,   or    for   driving,
ith day of Angus.. 1909, between the ���� *�����nt }'       half        ^    on  the ! hauling,    lifting,     pumping,   lighting.
|oiirS of uin,. o'clock a.m. and five P-  ?,rs Yf  lanuary and  the Orst dav of , crushing,  smelting,  drilling  and  mill-
1��� �� th,          g places, namely; ,���� �� Unhand every year, and th* lng or for any   other operaUonB   to
Mom      ,    imber, civic building; Q��� shall  be signed  by thewhich It may be adapted   or   to   be
lie Fine  Hall.    SaniKMton:     and  the L_,_,  ..... *
waterworks
treet.
or any part thereof.   	
VANCOUVER   POWER   COY.,   DTD.
(Signature)   F.  H.  W.  Hope,    A. E.
Beck, Directors.
J. V. Arm��trong, Secretary.
P. O. AddrOes, Vanoouver, 3-C.
[Seal of the Vancouver Power Coy.,
Ltd.]
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
' the M ml i  il Council of the city
New Westminster Jne month from
- date of the .".: -t publication there-
, In the "Daily  NewB"  and  "Deny
plumbialll 	
took   place  on   the   22nd-
.  of July 1909, and that a vote or
electors ol v   city will be taken
tlie said   proposed
LAND  ACTS.
Storehouse,
W. A. DUNCAN,
i.is-d or supplied for or ln connection
City Hall,
ana  me      ., .. ������..��� v, .,__-_��� .- ���  -. -���
Eleventh ,67 T   special    rate on   the  dollar! with  any  other purposes    for  which
^���*���    te?2r?_fe_2ttfe_s��''w-i��
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice ihat O. B. Anderson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
ands:
Commencing at a post planted la a
mall bay on north shore of Berry island, dated  June ith,  1909.      Apply-
ng for the  whole island,  containing
100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands'.
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib lsiand. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole lsiand, containing 90 acres
more or leas.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap aa well
as good
Is Answered
by directing you to the store where
you can see the largest stock of new
and second-hand goods of all kinds ln
the city.
I have a splendid Cream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Come and see how much more you
can get for your money here than
elsewhere.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel.*'
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wdl send you
free a cake of their famous Plan toi
toilet  soap, if  you mention  this  paper.
The toilowing is a list of the etieets ij"*"""fc a"5L *. "? ,L *D Tip al dams, increasing the head of water in
N amount to be expended on each I !,n? '?r��l-_,'dM "ub?J to an" Ac 'any existing body of water or ex-
M-ler th, provisions Of tho "8-re.-t lU,ireo�� **,e�� "JuStaa tha sSL tending the area thereof, diverting
Nrovemen, Debenture Bytaw. 1909. V^ffiS m Sfo^��id%e. shall j the waters of any stream, pound or
tauniUa street, Hassan, pave- LB'���T��A   MnuaUv  bv"speclM  rates lake Into any other channel or chan-
| 54,000 be  raised   anni ally  b>-  speamr*. te erecting any line   or
'as aforesaid, during the currency oi | u^   t^s ^ ^.^ conatructlng My
Columbia street, Gllland��r's
ont 'tree.         600 l^ZT**.^  SS" and the wheel,  building or other .erectlon__o_r
Z 'YY       3 Z ' Wm��t of  interest thereon and  the
__s.Mrwt          3'000 ,_..-,  ���* nn_  Hundred    and   Seventy-
���In street
-de
^IcKenzi,
��rr,e su ..
Irnt str>-<-,
Bwnnil street   ...
Bird street ..
Wth street
Fifth   stn-.-t    , ,,
psventh street
(Slghth Btreet ...
Nanaimo street'
rwelfth street   .'.
JJWrteenth street
Fmirte.,,,,, street
|IIa,tiiltor
L>U_lin   v
IKdlni,;.
liondnii
2* :'''        HI Seven and 30-100 ($17730) Dollars to
l**1        .JoO Provide for the repayment of the pnn-
'"  "   *".   "'   ' 600'C,P*--
work which may be required In con
nection  with  the Improvement    and
use of the said    water   and    water-
_^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^m   power or by altering, renewing, ex-
2 400 1   *���   The Proceeds of the sale of the j tending,      improving,    repairing    or
"oo said  debentures shall  b* applied as i maintaining  any  such works or any
3 600 follows, and not otherwise: Towards
���_|600 'paying the cost of the Pass'ng or
1,400 this By-law and the issue and sale
2I200 ��f the debentures therein referred to.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, lady,
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of KlaoBsIs Island, a
small Island south of Turner lsiand.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the whole lsiand, 40 acres more or
ess.
DORA ANDERSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
600
1,1)00
7.   This By-law shall take effect on j ret*_ry.
part thereof,
VANCOUVER POWER OO., LTD.
Signatures:   F. H. W.  Hope,  A. K.
Beck, directors; J. V- Armstrong, sec-
1  s'reot   .
treet ...
h street
-_,   ��� street  ..
ITeni'i Ktroet
P. O. Address, Vancouver, E. C
[Seal of Vancouved Power Co.. Ltd.J
WATER NOTICE.
lAill
"tu, street
3,000
1909.
{Jol-urg street
1-oltli Btreet
��� .iM'nue
Nucer   avenue  2,600
*lfUl   '-nne  1,700
gourth avenue  1,000
e��* avenue  2,500
l^eveiiii, avenue  1,500
With avenue  1,600
rTMr,! avenue  ^��H��'2ai*
'.������ which
i,6i-i. IUie 25th. day of August 1909, and may
1300 ,be cl,CTd as the "Incinerator Debenture
L200 JByJaw, 1909.''
.7f(01   8.   This  By-law before   the    final
500 passing thereof, shall receive the as-
500 sent of the electors of the said City .      ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
30.  In   the  manner required  by law. j    Notice is hereby given that an ap-
750I    Received the assent of the electors | plication will bo made under Part V.
300 ,on the day of 1909.        [of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
400 I    Reconsidered and finally passed In license in  the  New  Westminster Di-
300 open Council the day of...
City Clerk.
en ue
500 ,
Tentli iu- ^
IHospiun strtJt- Btair'wd 'fti
/���hanan  avenue	
oirwt.s generally	
Incinerator Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
vision  of   New  Westminster  District
(.a)   The  name,  address  and  occupation of th. applicant Is the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
M*?01"* |lts head office at .he City of Vancouver   Brltlah  Columbia, and having a
capital  of $2,600,000 divided  Into 2,-
500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all fully
paid up (b)  The name of the lake,
MislUoet    River,
(Indian
NOTICE.
Take  notice that  the  above  Is  a
true  oopy of the    proposed    By-law  .^^ mr v_.   ���
whloh wlll be taken Into consideration i6tream or Bource,    	
by the Municipal Council of the CUy North Arm, Burrard    Inlet,    x	
,���,��� 'of New Westminster one month from mver).   (C)   The   point  of  diversion
7_�� the date of the first publication th-sre   u g_tUated about 12 miles from the
4-60* 'of |n  the "Dally  News"  and  "J*!1* Itaouth of the river, (d) The quantity
Total ,���������,���, Columbian"    newepapers, which flcst 0f water applied for in cubic feet _*r
��'al   ��104'000 ipublication   took  place on  the  22nd- second,   800.    (e)   The  character  of
'day of July 1909, and that a vote of the proposed works, a water power
the electors of th- City wlll be taken :piant for the generation of electricity
on the said proposed bylaw on the.for merdhanlcal, Industrial and com-
25th day of August, 1909, between the^,,,.,^ purposes and r_rtlcularly In
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P- the operation of motors, machlney,
m��� at the following places, hamety. eiecUc lighting, the operation ��
Th. Council Chamber, civic building; I tramways and other works for whion
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
bay at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSBN,
Per 3. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
We Are .Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy Butter, per pound,
25c
BEST VALUE8 IN TEAS AND COP-
FEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE  (FRESH
GROUND)   IS A WINNER.
ADAMS & DEANS Groses and Crockery ware
TELEPHONE  97. COLUMBIA STREET.
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C-, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore ln a small hay on
Compton lsiand. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applying for the whole Island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
  Ine Council   CIianiDer, civic   uu.��������������   ira-iim;.  a-m ��uiw   -v.~o  �����-���    ������-- -
the Fire Hall,    Sapperton;    and the 8uch ught, heat and power are ���"�����
A By-law to enable the Council of .Waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh j abie and  available.      (t)    The Pre-
lb* CUy of New Westminster to raise street. ^HM mlses. on. whlch  tbe  w*ter i?__*..^!
oy loan the sum of Twenty Thousand
(.0,000.00)   Dollars   for   the   purpose
"'building an Incinerator.
Wheras, It is expedient for tho 'm-
ovament  of sanitary conditions  ln
City   that  a  public    Incinerator
W   A   DUNCAN,
City Olerk.
City  Hall,  July  22nd,   1909.
pr
the
-""nld be built for the destruction of
"''use at   the  cost of  T<
s,��'d  ($20,000.00)  Dollars
And Wh
WATER NOTICE.
UUie      UUU      A.WMIUIC, \*/ -ww      w~ -
I mlses oa which the water Is to be
1 used Is situated at or near high tide
Imark at th�� mouth of the river- i$>
j The purposes for which the water is
to be used Is to generate electric p��w
er, light and heat for tracUon, llght-
Dlstrlct of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
ot Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter. Intends *o apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated, June ith, 1909. Applying for
the whole Island, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB JACOBSON,
Per 8. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th. 1909.
  Ing heating, manufacturing and    all
...t ior tne uestrudion w |    Notice Is hereby given that an ap- and every Jndustrlaljor other purpose*;.-----..
e cost of Twenty Thou- plication will be made under Part V. to which lt may be applied.    (I)  �� purchase
uuOOOl  Dollars ��JY_    ��w.V_.  aT iqo_ " to obtain  the water hi to be used for power or lanrta: ,,���,_.
SEhrmS* 'hat If the flltnseWtrthtC,New0 Westminster mining  purposes describe  the   place,   Commencing at a post planted In
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Albert Hunt, ot
Vancouver, B. O, occupation  farmer,
Intends   to apply   for permission to
the    following    described
For  Sale
Logging donkey engines,
latest improved patent,
by K J. Fader, New
Westminster, Can take
a log off the peak of a
mountain and land it
without injury. This machine works with endless
cable without coiling on
the drum, requires no
haulback, always on a
straight pull. Drums can
be attached to any donkey engine in use.
For further particulars
apply to E. J. FADER, or
Schaake Machine Works
MANUFACTURERS.
NEW   WESTMINSTER.
B.   C.
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILY  _5fSW&
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Something
Special
Our  ad.  simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
TO THOSE INTERESTED IN
THE ART OP WOOD FINISH
ING WE WILL GIVE SAMPLES OF JOHNSON'S WOOD
DYE AND ELECTRIC SOLVO-
ALSO A BOOKLET ON THE
PROPER TREATMENT OF
WOOD CALL AT OUR STORE
AND   PROCURE THESE   NOW.
Anderson & Lusby
COLUMBIA  STREET.
*++++++++++
amateurs MEET AT
QUEEN'S PARK OVAl
Lacrosse Attraction on Saturday Will Be Pacific Coas:
League Game.
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED  PICTURES AND   ILLUSTRATED    SONGS    OF    THE    VERY
HIGHEST  CLASS.
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY.
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPECIAL    MATINEE     EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Ad-r-iss.cn���Children   5:.   .Suits    10c-
and to introduce it
to you we are offering    it    at,    per J- M. COMPTOV, Manager
sack.
Saturday will -��� ������       reak in cham-
-   -.     -. - -. -     .'.     and  th
park     ���.      . .    e given ovu
:.-    the    Westminster    and   Vie--
teams   in   the  senior    amateur  bo.
Pacific Coast league.      Tie E
��� -.a at 3 o'clock and the ndm
S_ ::   will   be  the   usual   charge   ...   .
���v.s.      Victoria appoints the re!-.--
and  *.- --    of piay  will  be <:."..
J. J.  Mahoney or C. D. P,  .
A-   Marshall and  Lund are  :
- -lors, Digby ani KKrger
....  bave    een  found  places.    Oth
- .-.. ' ��� team exa I Bang sti t roping Warwick. Is .be _a_ir a, tb
which beat the Maple Leaf-        -  i
li  to one.      As   the  Maple   _
'v.    the   Victor.
v.   Westminster     should   pul;   <
- - i    -.. sd   :. Sa urday.     Westn
will go to Vancouver on Aug
19 snd :��������� ���-: Victoria at the Ca, Kal 0
August - ���
The team selected last evening t<
wear the redshirts is as follows: Q
D. E. Munn; point. D. Digby; cover-
nt, K. Pearson: defence field. _
Galbraith. W. Patchell and Hugh Gilford: centre. H. MacKenzie; home, J.
Fitzgerald. W. Sanssier, A. Smith,
outside.  3.  Henry:    nside.   V.   Purdv
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS,  Prop
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���fllce   Phone  18s.      Barn   PSone 137
Columbia  Street
_ag?_ee    ;-ltveren    nromotly    to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT.
ibis um or
ATHIETICS ON HEART
Yale University Makes Interesting Series of Experiments.
USE
MUIR. MOSQUITO OU
TO  KEEP THE  MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
The Art of Giving
is to sei;ct an article both useful  and beautiful.    Thij combination
will  be found  in my new stock of
SILVERWAR E
Amongst   the   many   articles  will  be found  Fruit  Dishes, Cak;  Baskets.   Bread  Trays,  Toast  Racks.   Butter  Dishes.  Bon   Bon    D shes.
Spoon  Trays,  Napkin   Rings. Child's    Si ver    Mugs,    Child's    Sets.
Cream and Sugar Sets, Suga-  Spoons.
Glad to have you call  and  look  over my stock
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
New Haven, July 28.���Unique experiment; have been completed a:
Yaie relating to the effect of athlet-
ies, mountain climbing and h.gh attitudes in general upon the heart. Tn
_ ----- was begun because of the collapse of Vale oarsmen in crew race-
in the past few years. They were
ordered because the university author.
Ues were determined that no more
ro-wing candidates with unsoun:
hearti   -hould  be allowed in the boat.
The most rigid physical exaniinv
i on ev-.'r piven at any university followed before oarsmen and other athlete- w-re allowed to becom. members of the varsity team. The exam r. .-ions were conducted by Prot-s
sor William G. Anderson, director of
the Yale gymnasium, and they led
him into fields of scientific research
which will prove revolutionary and
far reaching.
600 Persons  in Tests.
More than six hunared persons
have b_-n the subjects of the experiments, and the tests related to skill,
speed, endurance and strength. The
most important experiments were
made in Old Mexico during the Christmas vacation . In these cases oxy.
gen was teste*" in climbing the two
high volcanic mountains, Popoeata-
petl and Iztaecihuati. which are each
10 feet high. Professor Anderson has just placed his report In the
hands of Porfessor Russell Chittenden, director of the Sheffield scientific contests.
Some   radical   recommendations   in
r--_ard   to  thr continuance of certain ���
Vale athletes may follow Its publication.      Joe;  Ellis Fisher,  jr.. of   New
York    city,  a    Yale    sophomore,  tur- i
ntsbed   funds  for the    expedition  to '
Mexico  and    was  a   member of   the i
party.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The condition of the old bridge is
not considered safe tor vehicular
traffic and the public generally are
cautioned against hauling loads of
any kind over it.
Persons   continulnz  to   d i  so  after
tl is notice must Uke all the risks ou I
themselves.
I    By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hal!. New Westminster, July
2-r,l, 1. .'���.
i^irj       Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
Xew Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
NOTICE  TO  HOUSEHOLD  VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
to -e placed on the Household Voters'
List will be received at the city clerk's
office up to the first dav of November,
1909. W. A. DUNCAN.
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, wea-
nesdav and Friday. Special matinee
for ladies and children Saturdays at
1:30 p. m.
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FOR SALE.
Blacksmith   Shop
AND
OUTFIT COMPLETE f
This is a great opportunity for anyone
desirous of securing a good business.
For full particulars apply to
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F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
STORE  CLOSES S  P.M.  DAILY  EXCEPT  SATURDAY
SOME SPLENDID
Bargains
For This Week
Many money-saving opportunities await this week's
shoppers. This is the time of the year when we are
busy hunting out the overstocks of the various de-
partments ami clearing them out, as well as every
odd line.   Watch our advertisements.   It is worth
your while to do so.
LADIES' NECKWEAR OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION CLEARING TODAY
PER  PIECE 50c
Ties, collars of silk, linen or fancy-
lace. Wash Tar. Collars, etc.. go in the
bargain table today at prices which
will effect a speedy clearance of every
odd broken line of n*-ckwear in the
shop. Be on hand early to s^-cur. the
most worthy choice. There are
hundreds of dainty and serviceable
neckwear pieces to be had. Regular
65c to $1.50.     On sale todav  ...50c
SPECIAL  CLEARANCE
OF  LADIES'  BELTS,
50c  EACH
Regular 75c to  $1.50 Values.
Two hundred silk, fancy and plain
leather, tinsel and fancy white w'ash
belts in a hundred attractiw styi.-s
go on sale this morning at le*s than
half price; :n most instances all the
odd lines in our stock must be cleared
out at once. All colors an-J a big
range of siz-s to select from. See
the special tabie display today,
each " 50c
THREE   EXCEPTIONAL
GLOVE   OPPORTUNITIES
An immense stock In some summer
lines of gloves compels us to make
decided sacrifices at this time. Here
they are:
SILK   GLOVES,
AT 50c   PAIR.
R.gular 75c and 85c Per Pair.
Cream,  white and black _llk gloves
In 16, !������ and 20-lnch lengths in sites
���"���   l-J  to    7   1-2  inch--,    with     utton
wrist or in plain style.
LONG    LISLE    GLOVES,
60c   PER   PAIR.
Regular  75c  and  85c
Black, tan, grey and white lisle
gloves in 16, IS. and M inch lengths.
All sizes. On sale today per pair
only 60c
SHORT  LISLE GLOVES,
25c PER PAIR,
Regular 35c Values.
Fifty doz��-n ladies  short 1 - ,  - ���   ���
in dull or merceriz.-d finish In _bad_
of  tan.   grey,  brown    and   modi   and
black  and    white    to    clear   it   per
pair 25c
All sizes from 6 to S  Inch'--.
WHITE  VICTORIA   LAWN
9c PER YARD
Splendid quality Victoria lawn, lil
inches in width: fine and even "i
weave. An excellent fabric for
Aprons, children's dresses, etc ; 150
yards only on sale at this low price.
Regular valu-es 12 l-2c- Mow, per
yard            9c
SOILED   TICKING,
20c PER YARD
Regular 25c.
Fine, even  weave sateen  tich
mixed stripes of blue, fawn and l'������'���
dinal.       This    ticking    was    slight J
damaged  hence the ��pecia]  redud
for this we.-k.      Ticking such as 'hi*
is  most  suitable for awnings or ln*
side    coverings for    many ar:i< ���
household use;  31 Inches wide.   Ri
ular value, 25c.      On  sale this week,
.... 20c
p.-r yard
FANCY  PARASOLS
AT  HALF PRICE
Only a  few  parasols  left  on whici
this  special  offer  holds  good.    S
nr.- ui' plain silk with lace edge trimming; others are of fancy  dea gn
full   f��� ills.      Regular prices  >'
$10.50. On sal. al exactly ONE H
SPLENDID   NEW   RANGE
OF  BARRETTES.
Just in. Novelty and plain Hair
Barret les in new styles are now on
display in the fancy goods section-
Many attractive ideas in these popular hair" fasteners ar_ to be had and
at prices much less than  usual.
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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