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 TIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
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NEW  WESTMINSTER. B. C.
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LITE
A8SURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phon* 85.
     '       -UN STER, B. C-, SATURDAY  MORNING   AUGl*
ST
1909.
FIVE CENTS PEK COPY.
klMON BELLIES
Will NOT DffAMT
layers Discussed Situation
Yesterday in Protracted
Meeting-C. Spring Off.
ANOTHER TEACHER APPOINTED
.___ PLAN 10 BRIDGE
SECOND NARROWS
���ulii be
i)i,.   acrosse   match  will  take
v [n Vancouver as per schedule.
yir several  hours yesterday  after-
��� |U(I_. i very much as lf there
no match.     In fact, at 6
,,.), yesterday afternoon  ihe odds
i it.     'Ihat was at the
meeting    called   by   the
,,,',,,   [gcuu tne situation,     m
is and  management
:    ���      in tbe Eagles' Hall, and
s ,,,,,:���    , bearl talk and tbe re-
0| it all was a decision ihat N-w
tmliiiter would play.
Came As Surprise.
jje explosion yesterday came as ���
,".,.,  - i:.   one,  the  manage
a me.iiii- at which all the play-
were net ,: sent, was held in the
sine room ai Qti.-en's park, and
,,'. ���:,..,  decided to play  Vancou-
today.       Yesterday     afternoon.
tteti  several     members  of     the
je called a meeting in Ryall s drug
��-, and there put it up to the team
tbev default   today's   game.
Special Meeting of School  Boa
Yesterday   Fills   Vacancy.
. At a special meeting of t)���. board
of school trustees jeld yesterday an
other of the vacancies In the teaching
staff of the N.-w Westminster pu ���	
schools  was satisfactorily  filled I .r
The appointment made was tba: ot^Mayors and Reeves Met in
H. J. Spurr, B. A., who on the opening
of the coming term will probably take
over one of tbe rooms at the Lor.
Kelvin school. Mr. Spurr Is a B V,
of Wolfvllie, x. s., and has had considerable experience as a teacher. Hla
last post was in Summerland. H (;.
Prepare.
Vancouver Yesterday  to
Arrange Financial Details
NOTICES IN THIS
WEEK'S B.C. GAZETTE
Land Registry Office for Prince Rupert
Moved from Temporary Quarters
at   Victoria.
M :' "i were PUl in train for the
1,1111 of th    proposed   traffic   and
:illi'���' across the Second Nar-
",H vl inlet, at a meeting held
]" tb, 'v. e of Mayor Douglas, ot
v"'i"   ivei    yi sterday  afternoon.
Pr Bern al the meeting wen- Mayor
Douglas Mayo,- May of North Van.
couver ci
ROVERS PREPARE
EOR COMING SEASON
| COMMISSIONERS   RETURN.
Bring   Back    Specimens    From   Wash
ington   Side.
The International fisherieis commissioners, Prof. E. E. Prince, and Dr.
David Starr Jordan, accompanied hy
(Mrs.   Jordan  and   C.   H.   Gilbert,
Strong Football Team  Will !'t'land s,anfo,.d i-mversity. returns
���      wiudii   i-diu    will  last evening after a visit to the flsh-
Ro Pin.   in   i?mlA     m~.*.i erlf/B at Belllngham and Puget Sound
rse i ut in rield-Flection cities.   They w_.e met at the R���sse_
Uf Officers.
TRAPS DEFLECT FISH
FROM ERASER RIVER
hotel by R N. Venning, acting deputy
minister of fisheries, Ottawa, who has
been on the coast some time In connection with tbe Pacific coasl fisheries,
-v    mins,or   Hovers   Football.    The  ^    ,jro ,mck       w.inl(.ns
Club   held   its     annual     meeting   las.   of gal co���ected dliri       the
evi ning and  dealt  wllh  a  numu.-r ol   trjp
organization mai ters.      The president,	
E.   K.   McMillan,  occupied   Uie   cha,,,1
Up-River Fishermen Almost
Give Up Hope of Bumper
Hauls This Season.
an.l the principal business was the
election ot officers and making ar-
rangemeni for th,. entry oi the club
ALBANIANS WANT
Y *      i'YZ.!_ITIlutO  the  Vancouver  district  league as
Reeve    Pound  ol   South |,_ .,.
Notice Is given in this week's Issue
On  Thursday  even-jof the B,  C  Gazette  that  th ���  temporary office of the Prince Rupert land
registry   bas   been
vancouv,, Reeve McNaaght of North
Vancouvei municipality and Reeve
Byrne ol Burnaby. The matter was
'���'"������ issed  b'y  the officials,
and the whol, question was finally
brougbl down to a basis of dollar's
and iints
To Cost $800,000.
It is calculated that the cost of lhe
proposed  bridge  will   be  about  $800.
In tbe past	
Owing to the absence of tbe sec
retary, H. Sieffens. ,, full statement
of in., financial affairs of tbe clul
could not be made, but
closed, the chairman reported, with a
small deficit, which Prank Lock prom-
ishe.l to help clear off by an appeal
to the playing members.
Will Join  League.
The  club  decided  to join  tne Van-
The canners have .low almost given
Up hope that  tlie sockeye will become
jany   more  plentiful   in   the  river 'his
season
From   reports     received     from   the
'mouth of the river, telling of the gi-xi
'raw-1 es made there on Thursday, it
.had been thought that the fish would
Tfl  LII UT  IU' Ll L   have worked the'r way up the ���tream
IU  llUnl   UI._L._L bj   yesterday, -i���i  that equally good
catch, s  would be made by the -Sb'-r-
  men  on  the  uppe,-  r.-aches.      Yesterdays   catches,  however, showed   very
'the'season   Mount3'n   Warriors   Are   Anxiou.   For  |jIt](,   lncroase 0���   thoSe of th���  prcvi-
War���Resent  Annexation  of
Crete.
000,  and   it   was   the   means   for   the'couver   league,     and   oppose   the   en
Victoria,  where It has been in operation for some time, to Prince Ruperl
Constantipole. Aug. 6.���Serious agi-
transferred  from \raising of this sum that  the meeting (trance of Nanaimo and  Ladysmith in- ���i����,  ***    ljrokvn    out    in Albania
__ = r-.iie- . ,-.,.i-_ ,to  th,.   Mainland  organization  on   the
ous day, and it now looks very much
as if the average for the remainder
of the year would stay at between the
150 and 200 mark.
Traps  Stall   Salmon.
Canners and fishermen attribute fie
was called to consider
It was decided to ask the Dominion iground of expense
If th
.������  ... ....    . r- .    ���    ���po01' catches in the upper river to tba
the attempt 0f Greece to an-|pM6ence of    the   trap's    ,..  ,y  ^
n^omy  ^Crete. ^A^iWlM ^ Belllngham  has  been"repir,ing  e_
..    ......   -e.-ei,    i_   rt   _    uie   -.IJliluun  ,_���'_.-    \j,    ^a[....._   .           ,,     uie    iii^Jo..l\ -I cijemhlf (I il    \1,,���.,^,(      ,     ,                                 .'       n.......    .....     ..eu     icy.iiiiu^    cnor-
���                                -       .government   for   the  sum   of  $30(1,00-  of the Vancouver clubs decide to ad- ?������.,'.,',,' Iii.rfi._M. ��� "lous   liauls  from   the    u'apR.  yester-
It   will   open   for   the   transaction   ol  and   the    provincial    government   lor mil them, the Westminster delegates, , i .,    ,   ,. 7���.***",  t0     , *��*ern; dayfl   tally   being   2O.i,0il(l,  while'for
business   In   tin-  northern   metropolis-  $200,000.      If  these sums can   be ob- ! E.   Murchle  and   B.  F.   Lock,   to  thi ,'   ",          ���8   U"U   lln ,s  eff*ct" the   last   few   days    the  average  has
���  ,-   T_"   r*  "     ����'" _" '  iv-' measures wflre adopted the entire ibeen w-.-U above" 100 000.      The other
to-be on  Wednesday, August  11. tained the representatives of the dif- imeeting of    the  league   on   Monday -Mussulman  population  of   Macedonia traps   are   doing  equally   well       Up-
,    Among  the notices of new  surveys   f.-rnt cities and municipalities proO.   next,   will  g.y.-  notice  to  defaull   ihe  would marci. against Greece, river   fishermen  are   of    the  opinion
���he plaws who wished to default |ia one to the effect that lot -717. New|lsed on behalf of their various coun-I mSS^HTm^PexTStnC^^'\    The gran<1  vizler' on receivlng tlie'that what  flsh escape  the traps fall
  message, hurriedly left the council "t . victims to the fishermen at the mouth
FEARING TO APPEAR  IN directors and  went  personally to the;n_  the rive-
Rd l_El th- team was not In proper , Westminster   district
tin- io play,  that   a   postponement
been asked  for and     refused   by-
Vancouver   club,  and  that  Ina*-
teli ,1.-   it seemed    impossible for
ibw Westminster to win' they had
Ster default, and thus give them-
[v i more time for getting Into
ape, and at tbe same time punish
e Vancouver management for re-
sing the postponement.
' f/|ay Win  After  All.
1T_... players who waited the game
Bnied oui thai II was by no ii:-_ ns
ruuu that thej could not win td-
g, and maintained thai U would be
ore Bportgmanllkc lo take a chance
fjrway, than t�� default.
The matter stag argued  at  consid-
ablr length.     R, v.  J. S.  Henderson
frived in the course if the discus-
n, and later Manager Welsh turned
Neither of thein, l-iwever, were
to help mattert much, and the
lit. went on until It was stopped by
'natural desire fur supper. it was
len decided t0 postpone ihe meeting
piil the svenlng, and to Bee W_at
-sidem Lynch iiiij i(, say on tba
iRtter,
     sir various coun-
has   been  Mir-jcils  to  raise practically  the whole of
veyed and that plans of the same can tbe balance.
be seen at the departmenl of lands,! Ninth _Vancouver municipality,
Victoria, and at tbe offlce of the gov- which wifl be most materially bene-
eminent agent, in this ciiy. lit.-d   by   tlie   bridge,   promised    100,-
Notification   is  given   of  the  Incur-   flted  by   the   bridge,    promised *100,-
ixiration of several companies, among   Burnaby.   .ii-.ooO;   North     Vancouver
them being that of the Delta Saingle
Co.,  Ltd.,  whose cliarter empowers  ll
to take over a.s a going concern, the
COURT, GIRL RUNS AWAY   telegraph office  and  replied   that  the
government   was   taking   active   steps
Brockville. Ont., Aug. 6.���Last Sun-  _? Prevent the annexation of Crete to
business now carri.-d on al Delta, under the style or firm of "Daniaske _
Thompson,' and all the assets or liabilities   of    the   proprietors   of    that
business.
The Canadian Oil Company of Toronto is empowered 'o carry on business In  this province.
Veterans Want Game.
president Lynch, who had been  In
���mcouver   all   the    afternoon, and
nt-w nothing of the trouble, did not
pm up until in o'clcik. A meeting
las then called In the Eagles hall.
nd there the "hole mat.er was attain
Jreshed out. At this meeting Dad
turnbull Bill
���
CHINESE GOVERNMENT
SHOWS IIS TEETH
Sends Troops to Stop Japanese From Working on the
Manchurian Railroad.
Gawn  I>iw.
Japan Gave No Notice.
Without application or notice to thv
(Continued  on  Page   Eight).
Pekln, Aug. 6.���(Special Correspondence.)���Highly  incensed  against  the
u_r v���t.,., ant-   WT*1^1   Japanese the Chines, government has
���er   ��tmnfi        ,r�� 1,n-'Sent aml fhf,y'stationed   three   thousand   soldiers  in
.If,   .  y "'f'1���'' of playing.       ��� Neow Cong,    Manchuria,    to  prevent
iui. ���   ...  ,     ?' ,        ll1''    Wv    de*   the construction of one hundred miles
.hcthru   1     " "Lei"    PUy   ol   railway   between   Nebw  Qong  and
sntitirr we tn,, beal    thorn or not.
papiam tliffoni ffaa .Uso ,��� fav0r of a
D "I'sl'ot I it all was that the ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
l'.'"'s desiring a default were finally igovernment of China, the Japanese
pughi round to th,- way of thinking ! government commence;, the railway
'i'ne othe- members of the team, [building enterprise ln Shlng King
'n<| it was decided to play, province,    Manchuria,   several weeks
LY tnreat*ned default was the sole  ago at the Instigation of th. Japanese
merchants   of   Korea   and   the   Shlng
King province.     Tho Chinese governor of the province at once advised the
authorities at Pekln of the move and
an order  was    issued to discontinue
the  road   grading    until     the  proper
'rights had  been granted, but  to this
ese paid no attention
er man increasing the number of
I men  on   the   construction   work   and
^^^^^^^^^^^^^_   !endeavoring to rush  It  through more
Amission  Win   Be Given  Power to   hastily.     The prime minister at P.kHi
| seeing   that   his   orders     were   being
'disobeyed,  called    out     3000   of    the
!standing  army   and  despatched   tbem
to Manchuria In all    haste    with    in-
 " st ructions  to  stop  the    work  on  tbe
,,. 'railroad.     Immediately on the arrival
>"��� '��� a"k   6.���The   government of the troops,   the   Japanese became
111  I'1' v.-nd   Up.   powers   of  alurined  and   fled  from  the work, the
^ na"<>��ai   battlefields  commission.  ���*��J_S_to!'_li.T!fU8!�� '" K"re"'
-.j I'1' u     appointed t0 take charge
ratio.   ,'';;',"';""   uY'nU''Uiry n'lC'\ ����������>������������� Comm,t ��utra��5'
!'"��� P'M��.oI ,;��� ';:;������;'":,���!�� ��SEL2_ '    A nontenant Of the Japanese army,
lnt0      n ��^��trj��g the battlefield   who   ^   ������,   0VCI.Seelng   th* work
''  y li'Mios,.,!   ...  .li..    ., ,!for the government, and three of h's
^,eh��ds^SnL__^__JhT^iK^5 '"��'���">i,,c;r wayt0 tl,e om,'e
' I   ,,    y   w n l.n��r Of  the  chl, f of  police  at G_W_  lx��w
_?!.��*>��.  ...    Ouebi n^:0,;i',�����iiwhere the firs. Information of the mil-
day night Miss Katie Kennedy sndd.-n-,0reecc-
city.  $25,000;   and    South Vancouver,!!,   disappeared  from the residence of M-ZY~,        ^      ~~LA
��� ^^^ Nlickey ions Suspended.
  Montreal   Aug.  ti.���_ rederiek (Mick-
out  all week and the" river front was ' e>)   lons, the Tecumseh  lacosse man
none but ' he leavings
reaching   lb,   upper   reaches.
At midnight last night fair catches
were reported from the upper river,
and It looked as if the average would
be about 150 to the boat.
The canners' association report for
yesterday was as follows:
Bellingham���-Got  200,000 altogether,
$15,00.       It   is   furthermore   expected |D,r- McUrown, where _h_ was employ-
that    Point    Grey    municipality will  ed'    Although search parties had been
' TheamCembere8roflet_lUmstrlct8 inter-1dragged no trace of her was found un- wto klctad   Kails   a member of  Utsi0( whlch  6r,|000 from  Salmon  &ankB
fed l,iI lll"st nlglu- wbvn she voluntarily re- Toronto team, on the lace In a recent 23i000 from Lummi, 2o.000 from Point,
'turned   to  town,   having  gone to  the n.atcn   for  the  city   championship  ot   Ro_ertgi balance fro Boundary      Bel-
horn,, of a friend in the adjacent Mc- Toronto,  was suspended  for  the -bai-  Ungham Canning Co.  got 30,000 aito-
Inity.   She  was   to   have  appeared  as ance of the season at the meeting of,gKtnPr   of    whlch   13 00(|  from  lra
esled  in both  the provincial and
eral  bouses  have  been  communicated
with, and word is now awaited as to
tlie   disposition   of    the   governments
toward the plan.
Charter Held By V., W. __ Y.
It is proposed to form a CO-ipany,
in which all those contributing toward the building of the bridge would
be shareholders. A charter for the
building or the bridge is now held
by the V, W. _ Y. railway, and It
is expected that this company would
be a large shareholder.
FREE AND EASY
It. POLLING BOOTH
Local Option Enthusiasts Rather Overdid Things in Attempt to Pass
Bylaw.
plaintiff in an action for non-payment 'be National Lacrosse union  held  to-
of wages ln tlie police ourt the morn- : night.
lng  following  her  disappearance, and |       (
this  matter so  troubled  her that she
decide-   to   leave  town.
The match between the Burrard and
Westminster cricket teams has been
postponed at the request of the former. A practice game will be played
at 2:30 p.m. at Moody square today.
FARMERS WILL TRY
TO UTILISE ASSINIBOiNE
DANISH ONIONS
AID STRIKERS
Troops Do Necessary Work
Throughout the City of
Stockholm.
i
Wish To Make Use of River in Trans-1
portation of Grain���Survey
Now On.
Stockholm,' Aug. 6.���The situation
!ln Stockholm with regad to the labor
'conflict shows no material change to-
jday.    The  workmen employed at  the
balance from seiners. Puget Sound
Packing Co. got 12,000 from seiners.
Anacortes���Got 64,000 altogether,
of which 27,000 were from West
Beach, 22,000 from gulf, 15,000 from
Lopez.
Imperla1���Average 200 from 60
boats.
Vancouver and Fraser���All the fW'
the  plants can handle.
British America���Average 75 from
105  boats
Ewens���Average 45 from 3B boats.
St. Mungo���Average 137 from <S_
toats.
Brunswick���Average 120 from 7_
boats.
Scottish Canadian���Got all ihe flsh
they wanted.
Phoenix���Got all the fish they
wanted.
Brlt'sh America Cannery report-
that a net, License B 5204, 7|40-60>
mesh     \educed to 40, _elvage on the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^M tricity   for  lighting   tlie  capital  have
Brockville. Aug. 6.-The attention of I Brandon, Aug. 6,-The navlgabll- joined the strikers and the tanks is
... , _  Itv of the Assiniboine Is to be nut to i now being maintained  by  officials oi
Magistrate R. O. Murphy was occupied if^���,^^*   liew to "br u_   the lighting department.
today  with  the case of Rex vs. Fred ,      d0(Vn the crop from ,he west l0 Troops Bring  Provisions.
Howarth ami Newell Service,, the two  Brandon. !    Aa the strikers have been prevented
power station which s^e.^Teiec'- hnot= cor.ka   "fj^ B- A - C-T ������ an*
'       ' _       -_     __      ...        on second cork from end 18 !_ sh_et
men charged with perjury in connection with the celebrated local option
contest in Etscott last January. Ths
prosecution was represented by the
County Attorney, and the defendants
hud counsel.    There was a goodly as-
The question has been considered'farmers from bringing provision, l.ito
by a number of farmers in the neiga-lthe city troops have been detailed to
borhood of Alexander, and a survey'patrol the country roads. The mill
of the river bed is to be made this I tary authorities continue to dispense
week fom Brandon in a westerly di- [milk from the ra Iroad station? tor
ivction with a view to locating the'the use of the people,
nnnavlgable  spots.     A  record will  be !    Although  th.   city   was  fanly  quiet
lound   last night it is believed that tbe calm
PLANS   I	
TO MASK BATTLEFIELDS!"?��� *~
uniiLUILLUU  ()tnPl.  tnan   jncreasi
sembiage of Interested  Bscott    reBl-1kept olI these places, and if it is -
den-s in tbe court room for th.. al'-!lhat tbey cm be opened fur river tra- is but a prelude to a storm, for the
termath of the contest has raised con- P�� at a reasonable cost, the bed will1 ranks of the strikers ars Increasing
Blderable ferment in the township be- be deepened by dredging. hourly, and as the ranks increase ibe
tween file local option lac.ion and the      Iu   luat  cas'   "   is  Wl.e  '"u'ntion  to  temper  c    the   masses  glows,
anti-local    optionists.      Howarth    and   Pli,c .a auni: er of barges o; shallow government   Ready.
Service swore in an affidavit of the draught  on  the  -team,  for    use    inj    The government Is making ready to
by-law was bringing down the wheat to Brandon,  meet  any  emergency.    Additional   re-
Such a service would tap a large ex-'crults have been ordered  to the city,
High Court, jn whlcb the
reserve   Historical   Landmarks
Throughout  Canada.
quashed, that  Alex -  Klrkfrooa .an jir-I---J coun^v, anj Woul. obvi Ue tl...  and last night the streets were
deni   local   optionlst,  showed   a   vOtei ,.���,,...
named Conelius McAvoy how lo mark   nai    "I-
1,|S   ballot   in   the   booth.     Klrkwoocl   ���' the  i.illond el
filled
r  i great distance  with   clattering   army   wagons   bring-
levators. IfB in "upplles from the farming dls-
lead,   was  lost  when    the  boat was
blown ashore at Point Roberts.
The .Scottish Canadian Cannery re-
portB the loss of a boat License K. K.,
1105. Missing since Tuesday; fishing
out In the gulf.
REVOLUTION STILL
THREATENS SPAIN
Government Must Release
Political Prisoners Held in
Barcelona Fortress.
claims he was not present when  McAvoy   polled  his  vote.
not before an outrage hud been committed.
th
J who
jempi
Quebec project, into a
restoring and   beau-1
e��truggl8g and'herorHmafTh''emtn!chief of police, cut oft* his right ear.
��� veil"otaSE  Z ��-"&23E. khe commander cf the Chinese army
TlonarworolU;_^_.___;^rflnC_il~^ construction had been sent from
*��* "'1 B.ms intiKrJTSl** Pekln Bovemment and seising tM
|FARMERS DIGS FOR WATER
AND   DISCOVERS   GAS
Baw1'.   AHa.,   Aug.   6.���Olaf   Olson
"    '"Hy burned Tuesday by the ex-
!';     "' "f.Kas In the new well which
|ll((    giving  bored  on  his  residence
Bv,*��nees of gas had been making
the British wag not,fled at oncr of the outrage
and set out in hot pursuit of the perpetrators of the crime. Coming on
them suddenly, hiding in an alley, he
shot the lieutenant, who endeavored
to run away, and made prisoner the
three accomplices.
Th�� Chinese government has communicated with the authorities at
Toklo and developments are anxiously awaited.
In
u   'I'liearanee  ln   the"nJw"welT"-nd
"raer to give It a 'est, Mr. Olson
Y'H'k a mate!
and thoughtlessly held
t _-_��� . ���-�������� ���"�� m-ug-u-BHiy iimci itnreaic
aown in,n tho we||     A terr,flc Px.!f.lmine
Milk Famine  Feared.
New York,    Aug. 5.���New    York is
threatened   with  a  milk  and    cream
It Is not here yet.
although
.as   . ���       "(l tttely  resulted  and he |t  \i admitted  the    supply  Is  short.
,       mi��� oj   ,,y   ���.0   8ho(,k    b(.8ldes , Unly!gg the dPOUght   wh|ch Is shrlvel-
1 Y-I Y    "lrned  al)��ut   thB  htad. Ilng the pasturage in the dairy district.!
0,        ,'-,ln,S- from which New York draws Its m Ik,
t-nmviirf,Y."'''"  waM    ^mediately butter and cheese supplies Is ended
ed  mi,'   ,l1' Patient's wounds dress- in a few days, there will be a famine
"i he i8 now convalescing. |and prices* will go up.
DIS.0VEKS SECRET
OF CHOLERA BACCILLOS
The constant  dearth of curs during  tricts.      Thousands  of    the   Poor are I     Uurcelona,   Aug.   G.���The   prospects
tl,    _,C-,i tm 111 ex-  camping ou.   In  the  surrounding  dis- of another outbreak in Spain etfito-
Int res    n     Ie fo   Uilh ventur. VAtA, living largely on the flsh which   day  to depend on  the course the a i-
tent responsible ior mis veniuit. ^  ^  ^^     bwtgn  Un:v.t.s  are  tborltles  decide   io   PUWUg   regarding
aiding   the  strikers,    a.id    collections |tlle prisoners who have been held In
are also being made lu Finland. iMonjulch fortress since the disorders
  of  laat   w.elt.    These   Include several
MARRIES  FIRST  LOVE 'aldermen and a numbev of prominent.
AFTER FORTY YEARS I republicans.    If   they   are condemned
to   dentil   or   given   unusually   Severe
CUSTOMS SEIZURES
SHOW DECLINE
Wilkvsbarre.   I'a..   Aug.   ..���Joseph
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^      Byrne, of Kansas City, who left this
Doctor    Now    Think,; That   Authorities Wonder If Travellers Are  t.|ty   to enlist   In  the  civil   war,  and
^^^1 'told  Marv  B.  Bergold  that  he  might
More Honest or Officers Less ^^
Russian      	
Successful  War Can Be Waged
Against Plague.
St. Petersburgh, Aug. 6.���Prof. Emmerich a noted cholera export of Muu-
Vigilant.
return some day to marry her, made
good   his  forty-nine-year  old   promise
yesterday,   when   he   secured   a   marriage license.    They were married to-
........................................................ .day. Neither has been married .before.
Ottawa,  Aug.  6���Whether  the cus- j    Byrne wag eighteen years old when
toms law of Canada is enforced as rl- he  enllnted,  and   Miss    Bergold  was
gorously as it used to be Or whether e, ht   and nved near blra.    He spoke
Ich, who has been here several weeks {n  ^  pftgt thv?re  WRg t0Q much or. ^o|�� .^ although  the child had
studying the cholera, announces that iflotousnamt, ar6 questions which will always fc.en a favorite of his. and
he has determined the mode of action Buggest themselves from the fact that they w9re great Mends. After the
nt the cholera bacillus which opens in the past year seizures show a no. wa h��� wem weBt:, and prospered,
of the cholera bac.i.u    _wnin |Mabfe ^^   Th& departIIlenU1 re. comfortabl fortune. He-
the way to a more successful eIIOYport8 do not contain reference to the��e ce^,y he returned to this dty and
In combatting the disease. He eays.matt,,,^ and tbe officials are not dis- fauna that Miss Bergold was still un-
that the bacilli, working on nitro-gen- [posed to go into details, though it ie - married, tl was not long before he
ous food, liberate the five nitric add, |admitted that the falling off Is very Mked u ,he would marry him, and
_ _ . 4,. ������ . i *�� ininatines considerable. It ls Incidentally Bug- 8he agreed. He is now 65 years old
which eats the lining of the intestines i^ ^^ ^ aboHUon oyer a year ��oe ag^ ea ^   e
and causes a characteristic food P��--1 ag0 0f the system  whereby customs
son to be developed In digestion and j officers used to share In the proceeds
transmitted  to the blood.
T.-.J   ,.������.j.i,  ���^���i���,- .....iiiiinir a wim ii. many articles inai ure ��='<���� rwhen question*
Prof. Emmerich advises avoiding J.^ 80,d &M rormerly one^uarter of.g,at|0n 0f a butch of children, rang
nitrogenous diet In an epidemic und
treating the disease with remedies
neutralizing nitric acid. He dissents
from the theory that an epidemic is
due to Infected water. He says bacilli-laden dust is the real danger and
attributes the lightness of this years
of seizures may have something to do
Immigration   of   Children.
London, Aug. fi.���In the Commons,
s.-niences lt is said that 80,000 men
are prepared to open a guerilla warfare upon tlie government, in which
bombs nnd incendiarism win day an
Important part. A prominent republican of Barcelona said today:
Wer* Too Enthusiastic.
"The Insurrection at first had t"��
Support of all the republican elements
In the country and promised to be a
complete success. But when the anarchists and aml-clerlcals began to
burn and sack the churches and convents *he better clas. of republican*
withdrew."
Oran, Algeia, Aug. 6.���According to>
official lnfo~matlon received here the
Riffs have cut off a large part of the
.Spanish water supply at Melilla, and
|the town is threatened with a water
famln. and epidemic.
Yesterday's Baseball.       ^���
with it. Many articles that are seised When questioned regarding the lmmt-
epldemic to frequent copious showers   luting as to causes.
proceeds incidental to the seizure went |pg between 8 and 15 years, the pros'
to the officer who made it. This has tt��nt' 0_ the local government board
all been done away with. Now the , john BUrnSi sl,|d that very young
seizures, the official figures show, have children who were not orphans or de-
declined very much, while the head- i_^rt��tl, should not be immigrated; hut
quarter* officials wWo have become |,��� gaw no 0t,je.tlon ln those men-
cognizant of the situation are speci. [tioned being seiit to Canada under the
care of proper agencies.
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THE  DAILY   NEWS.
SATURDAY. AUGUST 7
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, why they should    purchase   from   you   and
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time  in  business everyone musi of n cessity   know   all   about
wares.      Use  the  advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the timet.
u?  and our
JRTANTED���Girl  to    assist    in  house-  THOROUGHBRED    PEKIN    DICKS
work.   Apply 32u Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
for   sale.      Apply  Thompson,     627
Eleventh street, city.
WANTED���A DINING ROOM GIRL.
at once. Apply at the Oulchon
Hotel.
WANTED ��� POSITION COOKING
and housework by Japanese. Box
545, City.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OF
Dickens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R481.
WANTED���TO
niehed house.
fice.
RENT,      A      Ft'R-
Apply at News Of-
!FOR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
wagon, democrat, harness; snap
for cash. 352 Sherbrooke street.
Sapperton.
f$m  Y-
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE, LOTS
in Kitsilano (Vancouver) and Hast-
less townsite for good lot in New
\V -tmlnster, close in. Address P.
O. Box 565, City.
WANTED���GIRLS AND WOMEN AS
flllprs.    Apply Unique Cannery.
REAL  ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and suuurban property,
260 Columbia street.
WANTED���WOMEN AND GIRLS TO
Hli  salmon    cans.      Apply    Cleeve
Winery, Front street. 	
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
tate and insurance. Phone 3_a. 1S6
Columbia street, P. 0. drawer 100.
LOST.
JLOST���A SPOTTED CARRIAGE DOG
answering to name of Prince.
Steamboat Exchange.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One  pear!    missing. Please re
turn to Dally News offlce.
_LOST���ON SS. TRANSFER, SATUR-
day. July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped pear] attached. Return to
Daily News Office.
ROOMS TO RENT.
: 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, bath,
I Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association Of B. C, Box 56,
City.
PACIFIC REALTY CO.  (McADAM &
;    Irwin i, phone 308.    P.  O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance.     Money
i    to  loan.  744  Columbia street.
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
TSJJJKHSf^-S. KTO :   Room lil D-mtaton Trust block.
Terms moderate,
toria street.
Apply 713 Vic- i
TO   RENT
for    light    housekeeping
t'Daily News,'' Office.
 j EDWIN O. W. SAIT, ARCHITECT-
FURNISHED  ROOMS     Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
Apply j =B=^^= -_8___
MONEY TO LOAN
HONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
imlding purposes. Apply Dr. A.
T>. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster
HOUSE TO  RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HO__l_,
"With bath, .12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamber),
collections and storelceepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Office: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 881, P. O. Box 928.
THE ERASER VALLEY NUR8ER1E-
Ltd., Burnaby  Lake���For    healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
WE   BUY   AND
and  all  kinds
hand goods,
office.
SELL FURNITURE
of n.-w and second-
A Speck, near Tram
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
FRATERNAL ORDER OF I . Y*
Aerie No. 20.-Me, , , ',' U'
evening at 8 p.m , .. ','���%
hall, Columbia str, , Yf<*
jm.-w.FN_.iH    ,,,;.da
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of B.ackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking staple for horses. Horses
for  sale.       Reference   furnished.
HUDSON,   WALL   PAPER,   RUUM
Mouldings,    Burlaps,    and  Sanitas; I FREEMAN     HUNTING.     ROOM
house   painting,   kalsomining,   paper      Gtilcbon block.      P. 0. Hox 694.
banging    and     decorating.       Sixth |	
street,  New  Westminster.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
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-
cerles, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. 0. Box 811.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W.  N.  DRAPER,  B.  C.  LAND  SUR-
- tveyor.     Eliard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY 6TABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared,
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLBY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, j. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair,'' Columbia strset.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, HARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Blackle block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLElt __ McQUARRIE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, op|>oslte
courthouse, New Westminster,
f Phone 143), and the Vancouver office Is at No. 5. Royal Bank Chambers, 40S Hastings Street west.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Columbia street.      Phone 62.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-
hla    sireet. Fins-class     moving
picture.-.; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
SONS OF BCOTLAND BE 1       J
soclation,  Lord of th, ", 3
I91-M��ti on  the I    ��� / ;
Tuesday of every mo ���   |��� K ���,?
hall.      Chief. W. Sui  eri���d   0f*
IOaRD    OF    TRADE    .\K\vTkT
minster Board of Tra . iiie.ts'iY'
board  room, City  Ha     a. .���.���
Third Thursday7of   eac. S
quarterly     meeting    ,,. the tun
Thursday of February, Ma; itm
and  November, at  _   p.m "   ' '
tii-etlngs on  the Hil: :  Th-lIbJ
February.    New   member, S2
proposed and elected al _..__,,(,
ly or   quarterly   meetlm, j ^
Stuart-Wade, secretary
O. O. F.-ROYAL CUV UiU
No. 3���Meets in Oddfellows' __J
Columbia street, every Frltyntf
lng at 8 o'clock. Visiting Drein
will be made welcome, 0. E, (Mini
N. G.; C. E Osborne, p (_. r��W j
Ing secretary
TAILORS.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia nnd McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, b. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public Curl's
b.^k. Clarkson stTeet, Opposite the
Court House. P- O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
CALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN S TAI
loring. A new line of spring suiting just in. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, SmUh
block. Entrances 623 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st.
OTHER     FRATERNAL    SOU-TIB
Include tlie Union Lodge, No. 9, i
F. and A. M.. King. Solomon LMr
No.  17, A. F. am_ A. M.;  I. 0 U
No. 1150; L. O. L, No, 1593; Cost I
Sapperton, No. ���&$:',. I. 0. ..; CO
F.   Court     W#-_!��lhSter     (|0, tW\
Brotherhood  of Owls   Nesi No zjj
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER
Ov, bank, uffie
ettbin��*
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed
Columbia street, New Westminster.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally News Block, Sixth street.
Woodworking
and store fitting's;
stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished, J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. 0. box 254, Ptione
473.
NOTICE Rt LULU ISL.ANQ BR105J
The conditio-    . ,.     ,, . ..   .,.
��" Considered safe for vf_ciil.l
..afflc, and the public generally ani
cautioned against hauling loads i \
any kind over It.
Persons  continuing to do 10 afte I
this notice must take all the risksm
themselves.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Now  We.tmlniter, J_j I
By order,
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & c<-F_
Tick.ets, 21 meals for ?4. Home
cooking. All white cooks,- no oriental labor effl_Wyed. Open day ind
night.     Opposif* tram offlce.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F��� AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of thla lodge
are held In Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand,   W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
City   Hall
2_rd, 1909.
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tuesday in eacli niOnlb. Visiting brethren cordially invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. U'. Halt. Oddfellows' Hock, Clarkson street.
ROYAL CAFE  (Mrs. ArCktt, proprle-- iCOURT BRUNETTE   NO   4099   IO.
tress).     Four courses, consisting of 1    ���Meets the ���fourth' Friday   in   the
soup    fish,   boiled   entree  or roast, 1    month  at    8 o'clock. In  the  small
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or !__-.   |    hall, Oddfellows' block
Opera  House Botkingi.
Aug.   14.���nurns-WiM-ti pictures.
Sept. :!.���Polly ol the Circus.
Sept.   16.���Knight Ior a Day.
Sept. 18,���The Tim , Place and *
Girl.
Sept. 80.���Commencement Day.   ���
Oct. 5.���in Wyoming.
CM,  ..���Cat and the Plddl.-.
Oct.  18.���David  Hariiui.
Oct. 20.���O     Hem V.s    New Open |
"Lo."
Oct. 27.���Carter the Magiclad,
Oct. 28���The Climax
Nov.  I and 2.���Tli,- Shepherd K_t |
Nov'.   4.���Parisian  .Model
Nov.   10,���Human   Hearts.
i.f/v,   22.���Forty-five    .Minute? h��j
Broadway.
Dee.  1.���In  Dreamland.
5 NE W   TH i;S   WEEK
* i.
I Seeley's Cold Cream
I Ideal Orchid Perfume, $1 an ounce
| AT
Ryall's Drug Store
Phone 57. ��
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I Northern   Crown  Bank
Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN
i Trust Block, Front _5t^ ftfe%v Westminster |
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HEAD  OFFICE,  WINNIPEG
THE ONLY BANK WITH HEAD OFFICE IN THE WE8T.
PAID UP CAPITAL %2>2Mt000
Savings depositor, find I profitable, convenisnt and satitfac- !
tory to plac* their account, with this bank. Ont dollar will open an !
account. *
8AVINGS DEPARTMENTS AT   ALL BRANCHE8.
7 ",^_-^_r^___r2_5_r ������" - �����
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
j       * s*t purest ����d ths bsst and Is tnnt bscomiof ths b.f,r_��
for old and young. ^
TH* COWAN CO.. Lld^ TORONTO
TOR 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.
Manaysr, N. H. MACDONALD, New   Westmlntter.
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MEXICO DISCOVERS OLD MAP
WHICH MAY CHANGE BOUNDARY
Mexico City, Aug. 6���At the Mexican state department last night it waa
said that an old map had been discovered shotting that the present site
of the city of El Paso was on Mexican   noil.
Senor Beltram Y Puga Is now in
Washington conferring with Anson
Mills, a mvmber of the International
_oun-day commission, on the subject.
Minister of Foreign Affairs Marisca]
says   that  the    Mexican  claims    are
'based  apparently on  fact.    The case
bas been pending for som<> time, and '
will be settled during the present year
one, whichever way the decision goes
according to the Mexican department.'
Harry  Lauder Retires.
New York, Aug. 6.���Harry Lauder
Is coming back to America.
William Morris will have tho pxciu-
sive right to his services. Morris, who
was abroad recently, was able to ar-
range terms by which Lauder -vrlil
come here early In October for an engagement that will last between sn
and 40 weeks.
Fifteen thousand dollars will be pahl
to the management of the Bdinburgh
nantomlme for his release, and 1^0,000
to the owners or the Tlvoli, London,
for a similar concession.
If you want the correct thing In stationery yoU ������
alwsy, rely 0n getting it at our atore, w�� are always
resdy to show you our latest styles ana finish.
W, buy direct from the manufacturere, andl oan ther*-
for, save you money and assure you of getting up-to-
date stationery,    it will pay you to deal with ae.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers. Stationers, Newsdealer-
successors to J. J. MACKAY A CO.
B. C Ms, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER Am k EW WESTMINSTER
Manuractarer, *,* J^,^       m AU *"*- "
Lumber,  Lath,  Shingtt*, flfe^   *n**>  Sash' ,
Interior Finwh,    i?urw��_�� Y  V��rk'   ^
Fi��h and fruitf &**   v
Urge Stock PJairt. **# f^     aaM'
FARMERS"^OT!OT_ '0N!
     j    I Lumber Always in Stock for P-Wdrig^ _rtl_ L
\fiimtti-
4
Roya/ City Branch, Columbia St
Telephone 12. NmrWmtwm  +A HTUHMV. AUGUST 7, 1_.
|��h P��'*   Sausage, dally.     J
Best of  Farmer's  Pork.
THE DAILY NEWS
PACIFIC
[eat Market   ^^^
[hone 192 McMENEIHY _ ANDERSON
PAGE THREB.
Society
-  ii announoei to take
'  Lily    Arm hi runs and
tie Barbaree on August
(Calgary) is
Irs.    Gilbert
the guest
Matheson,
iry  (Whonnock)
town,  Hie  guest
Henn  A   Eastman.
spent i
ol   .Mr. I
Columbia St.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
1
FLWMI.V4M- SMITHY COAL
fi. Ml ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor to
Mayers & Preston
0f(lc., Front  St.,  Foot  of Sixth.
P. o. Box 345. Phone 105.
Ml-    i    i    Eastman    lefl  Monday
where he will spend
Ills i
Mrs,   1.   i:
friend at I-.-
[Winners
for July
you probably drew one of
[tlie.-e nm" ers In a sack or
Royal Standard Flour.
i 73137
(68273
39998
61148
56543
57342
65738
56087
67592
70002
If yon did, ymi are entitled to
a 119 piece china dinner set.
Each mont!) from the dupll-
v'... o| the coupons placed in
the sack.- ol Royal Standard
Flour leaving our nulls, we
draw ten numbers. If you are
fortunate enough to secure one
of these, vou aa. entitled to a
dinner set fr..- <>f charge,
There have been many winners.
It may tie ynir turn now.
'W.tc'fl tlds ',>ai>. ;���   v ry month.
Royal Standard Is the best
mil purest flour on the market
in Western Canada today. Remember Royal Standard is a
belter flour-no- merely different, but better,
MANUFACTURED   BY
Sealed tenders addressed to the ���, i-
dersigned and endorsed "Ti nder for
Customs and Inland Revenue, Fittings,
Public uuilding, Fernie, ii. _.," wm
be received until 6 p.m., on Monday,
August  211,  l'J-9,  for  the    woi);   men
tioned,
Tenders will not he considered unless made upon, and in accordance
with conditions contained in forms
furnished hy Department,
Plans ami specification to be eo, n
on application to Mr. it. Kerr, Clerk
of Wprks, Fernie, it. ('.. ami at the |
Department of Public Works, Ottawa.
Each  tender nmst   !..��� accompai i
by an nrr-.-nJed rhw.u,. on a charii n-d
bank, made payable to tbe order ol
the Honorable the Minister nf Public
Works, equal to ten per cent (10 p.c.)
of the amount of the tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department of Puhlic    Works, Ottawa, duly .7, 1 IXl'J.
-'iiiclicomh,-   is   visiting
imail  this week.
Mrs. I. s. Clute returned last Saturday from Victoria where s..e spent
som,. weeks visiting her daughters.
* *   ��
Mn    Vulaj  Morrison, of Vancouver,!
" ' I   by   her   guest.   Miss   lit-
Inn       o   Cape  Breton,  wa. visiting |
frien _e <��� H on Tuesday.
* ' *    *
Ml Wl elen, of Victoria. |a the
gm.-'  ...    er  Bl ter,  Mrs.  William ���)��� I
Mi.Hi- i     Columbia street.
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
MEATS
Central Meat Market
dorner Eighth St. in.    Fifth Arena*
PHONE   170.
BOWELL A OODr, _��.oori_toi_
G. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill   University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of New Westminster.
OFFICE:
FIRE   MALL   No.   1
Bank of Montreal
.Miv i.v Duncan, of Thamesvllle,
Ontai o ,,'iidlng a few weeks at
St. And anse, the guest of Mrs.
Hi ndi rson.
* e   .
Mi Octavius Wllkie and children
of Trout Lake are visiting Mr. and
Mrs. Otway .J. J. Wilkle, Eighth
gtreet.
* .   .
Mr. and Mrs. W. .1. Armstrong, who
have been  visiting in  Vancouver,  th-e
guests  of Mr. and  Mi's.  Thomas  Ladii. t, returned early in the week.
��    ��    *
Mr. I.. Wortbington return. -1 from
Boundary  Bay  on   Monday.
* ���    ��
Mrs. Barber entertained in honor OJ
her little daughter, Elsie, at a children's birthday party last Friday,
* ��� '��
Miss Granger .of Vancouver :s
spending the week end in New Westminster the guest of Mrs. Richard
Kees, Fifth avenue.
.     .    ��
Mr. and Mrs. P. Bllodeau, Miss
Sophie Bilodeau and Miss Fletcher
will leave on Sunday tor Seattle,
where 'hey expect to spend a lew
days taking in the A. Y. P. exposition.
* *    *
i Miss Lord is spending a few days at
Boundary Bay, the guest of friends at
the popular  summer  resort.
* *    *
j Miss Mabel Ixird left yesterday tor
Vancouver, where she will be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. Taylor-John-
Btone for the week end.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
The marriage is announced to take
place toward the end of August at
Holy Trinity church of Ethel Glover,
eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. War-
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00 die, o{  Hope, B.  C, to  Hugh  Llewel-
RESERVE 11,000,000.00 ;lyn, eldest  son of Mr. and Mrs. J. .I.
Branches   throughout   Canada   and |Jone6' Royal a���nu,e' ,
Newfoundland,  and   in   Loudon,  Eng- |    _\   wedding of considerai le interest
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane,  took   place  Wednesday     afternoon  ai
V. S. A., and Mexico City.    A general [the hojne of Mrs. C. Hughes. Queen's
banking    business    transacted.      Let
ters of Credit issued,    available with
i correspondents  In    all  parts of    the
javenue, when her daughter
Iny, one of the  best known
Miss Fan-
young la-
ER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUV
P"-.,...;-
E R,
R. T. PRINCE
luditor and Accountant
(S
P0LLECTIONS
FRS' BOOKS
SPECIALTY.
"" tp C. Ilamber)
AND    STOREKEEP-
OF    ACCOUNTS    A
AGENTS    FOR    THE
HALL SAFE  CO.
ff'��: Room 7
world.
Savings Dank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
md inierest allowed at 3 per cent, pei
iiiniiiii (present rate).
..-.'    it-seta  over  $168,000,000.00.
��_.'    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
_. D   BRYMNER. Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital Paid up $4,700,000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
In  nnd  out of town  accounts solicited.
SAVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT
uiom
p. o.
Hambly  Block, j
Box  795.
he Question
furniture cheap as well
a_ good
Is Answered
Foreign and Domestic Exchang,. and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
riage to Dr. Guthrie Lewis, of Seattle. Rev. C. W. L McColl of Barne't
performed the ceremony. Mr. and
Mrs. Lewis  will  make  their home  in
Seattle.
*    *    ��
A very pretty wedding was solemnized at noon Tuesday in St. John's
Anglican church, Mapli Ridge, when
Oeorglna Emmeline, eldest, daughter
of Colonel Eustace, was united In
marriage to Archibald Allan Mercer
of Coquitlam. eldest son of Col. and
Mrs. Merer ol Dover, England. Rev.
Archdeacon Pentreath officiated. The
church, v. iiich is the oldest in British
Columbia, was very beau.ifullv dee-
orated wiih llow.Ts and ferns. As
the   bri Ial   party   entered   the   church
���Miss Rolens, who presided at the organ,   played   the   bridal   march   from
Lphrengrln,      lire    bride,    who  was |
given away by Mr, Otway J. J. Wllkie,
[looked   very   beautiful   in   an   empire
'gown of cream liberty satin ?n tralne,
with tills she woiv a handsom. embroidered French net veil w*i ch  was
| becomingly held in place by sprays of
blossoms,  and  carriel   a   '" ���>
f    tho    valley.      Tin-
New
Westminster,  B.
F   SHUTE,
C.  Branch,
Manager.
largest stock of n.w
;'inl goods of all kinds in
L '"���  you  to the  stor.  where
""     :    ee the
���'' "   vul-lll
I '   v. _______________________________________________________
ll,;'(' a splendid Cream Separator
nearly new.
md spe how much more you
felspv-iipre01" >OUr    m0"ey  here  U*an
;i��K of guns, umbrellas, type-
and light automatic machln-
1 bicycles a specialty,  .
Ior
Com.
pan   ,e|
pri
lerv
iex. Speck
fSLCOND-HAND   STORE.
"Man on the Wheel.
St.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
HENLEY
'Ew   WESTMINSTER,   B.  C.
Office. Eighth St
THE   VERY
LATEST
IN
THING
Te|e.h.ne 13.
Post Cards
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED FOLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
8END ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
685 Columbia street.
orange
qiitft  of  lili���^_-_---------------^
brlil*. was attended by MJSs BXina
Eastman and Miss Beatrice Wllkie,
who looked ve. y charming in dresses
of while Leno and white lingerie hats
land carried bouquets of pink carna-
1 tions. The groom was supported by
Mr. Hackney, of Whonnock. A pretty feature of the wedding was the
strewing of rose .petals, as the bride
und groom walked down the aisle, ii>
Millie Malsie Pentreath. who looked
very sweet in a whit, frock. After
Uhe ceremony a luncheon was served
Iat Haney. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Otway J. J. Wllkie.
Mrt, Spille-bury (Whonnock), Mrs.
Henrv A. Eastman, Mrs. Stansby, Mrs,
Oswald Pentreath (Maple Ridge).
Miss Nan Wllkie, Miss Elizabeth Wilkle, Miss Baatria? Wllkie, Miss Eastman Miss Edna Eastman, Miss Quil-
iv Mr. and Mrs. Piggott, Mr. C. Ty-
ner,, Mr. Hackney, Mr. Angus Mer-
cer.Mr. J. C. Slane, and Mr. W
son.         ___
wh
it PAYS TO ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEWS
You will find it to your aa vantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce,
whether you intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing Prom Quebec.
pmpress of Ireland  August 27
Empress of Britain ... ..September 10
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. OOULET,
O. P. R. Agent.
SATURDAY
AT THE MIDSUMMER
A
THIS SALE IS AN ABSOLUTE
CLEARANCE OF ALL SPRING AND
SUMMER STOCK. IT IS ALL FINE
CLOTHING���HAND TAILORED AND
IS MADE UP FROM FABRICS OF
THE LATEST PATTERNS IN CORRECT   STYLES.
Feast
Boys' Suits
at
Half Price
of
Straw Hats
REGULAR   $1.00   AND   $1.50
NOW,
50c
Bargains
Fancy Vests
Regular $5.00, Now . ..
Regular $4.00, Now...
Regular $3.00, Now ...
Regular $2 and $3, Now
.$3 50
$2.75
.$2.00
.$1.50
$1.50
BOYS'    PANTS,    REGULAR $1.25;
NOW     75c
MEN'S   BELTS,   REGULAR   75c   _
$100;   NOW 50c
A
SO WE MAKE A PRICE ATTRACTIVE ENOUGH TO MOVE EVERY
SUIT. THIS IS YOUR CHANCE TO
GRAB       OPPORTUNITY. EVERY
SUIT SHOWN IS A BARGAIN.      WE
HAVE     ABOUT    A     DOZEN    $15.00
SUITS  LEFT���GOING  FOR $6.95
feast
Men's Suits
REGULAR $15.00, NOW
$6.95
of
Linen Hats
REGULAR $1.00,
NOW,
50c
Fine Straws
Regular $5.00,
Now   	
.$2.50
Regu
lar $4.00,
Now	
$2.00
Regu
lar $3.00,
Now   	
.$1.50
Regu
lar $200,
Now   	
$1.00
Regu
lar  $1.00,
Now   	
..50c
FANCY HOSE, REGULAR 75c;
NOW  50c
NATTY NECKWEAR, REGULAR
75; NOW 50c
Acme Clothing
Company
A.  CMAPPELL
Manager
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SATURDAY,  AUGUS_ .
The Daily News
Published by The Daily News Publish- '
fng Company, Limited, at their offices.
The Dally News Block, corner of McKenzie and  Trew streets.
wants, and, while they do not say so.
probably because they do not want Kl
be offensive. Australia does not want
any more news from Canada. As Mr.
F. W. Ward, of the Sydney Daily Telegraph, said, both Canada and Australia now get all the cable news which
A. Paige Managing Director the   public demands,   and   the   news-
paper publishers are noi going to pay
cable tolls for news which does not
int rest  their readers.
Canada can well afford to play a
waiting game in this matter of cable
rates. She inaugurated the niovemen,
which resulted in tbe constuction of
the Pacific cable. She has given evidence of good faith in the negotiations
both in I_ondon and in Australia, and
great success of the Fi-ldeng loan re- rf ^ wflUgB-|1  t0 d_  hej. sha,-v U)
SATURDAY,  AUGUST 7,  1909.
ABSURD COMPARISON.
The Mail and Empire cannot recover  from  its  disappointment  over  the
provide an All-Red line of communication. She 6houId now rest on her
oars until she sees whether the recent
reduction of rates Is followed by any
appreciable increase in the cable busi.
ness. if that results, it will be time
; enough   to  consider  the  further ques-
ST CHARLES
lEVA. ORATED CREAM
.-st. because vou can
jrles Cream is never
. Meriliztd cream, it
leauiy  _u_iti.li:.  ua
cently floated In London. In its issue
of July 28 comparison is made between a $10,000,000 bond issue floated
by the Grand Trunk Pacific and Mr.
Fielding's loan. In the first place the
Mail cannot, distinguish between a
bond issue at 82 1-2 which must be
redeemed at par and a loan at 98 1-8.. n <>f ..,.,���.���.������., m:ilions ���, ,.,.,���,. .,  ���,,, havt, ,.���,.���.���...,..,,  ...,nk  that rt.
redeemable  at   par.    Commenting  on ^^ ^ ^^ facj,Jtl^  venge may have been the motive for
this  the  Mail  says:   "Thus  the com-1,__  iv- .���,���i������   ���,  ���_,���.  !lnrnas the act.
panv's loan  was  negotiated on  terms
practically as  favorable  as those  tbeP" U"""n""1' B.shop Canno, Get the Men.
Government   obtained   in   the   money
market."
The best  foxl   for  babv.
always de;*ciid upon it.   St.   .
anything but  pure, un.wectrt -
ll made only  under tbe uioal
scientiljc principles.
In our 20 oz. size, we offer ��� c*a consider.
Ably larger than ihe ordinary r_.ii.lly size, end
which Is full sirenifh, no thin, watery prepare,
tlon of weak que-IJty.
It never cardies, even jn the hottest
weather���cost! less than niiil. or crfam,
and all that li needed to tit it fer immediate u_.e iff pure water.
Sold By "Btjt Grccerj Eaterytsihm
Handsome booklet of valuable information to mothers aud nurses sent free
upon application.
ST. CHARLES CONDENSING CO..
In_(rr_-ll, Onl.
ning at high speed would have crashed through the switch and many persons undoubtedly would have been
killed in the wreck.    Railroad officials
"GET   THE   HABIT'
| WHEN WILL YOU
to take advantage of our Bar-
gains in Summer Suits? Don't
wait till they are all gone and re.
gret it. They won't last long at
one-third off. Today (Friday)
Saturday and while they last we
will offer you the following
approachable snaps:
p*
l _
un-
I for  the  transmission  of  news  across
! ihe Dominion.
Meanwhile  the suggestion  is  made
that-an excellent manner in which Can-
In thr first place the word "practically" has no legal meaning, the loan
was as favorable or lt was not. Let
every reader judge for himself. The
Grand Trunk Pacific issued bonds at
82 1-2 cents on the dollar, and the
Government borrowed money at 98 1-2
cents on the dollar.
Here is another comment: "Kvi-
dnetly the Grand Trunk Pacific can
float a loan more cheaply than our
Government can." This comment follows the statement that the Grand
Trunk Pacific cannot borrow as cheaply as the Dominion Government. The
Mail also overlooks the fact that the
Dominion Government guarantees the
bonds of the Grand Trunk Pacific; it
it were not so the bonds of that company would not have brought tifty-
cents on the dollar. No bond will Sell
at par, or near it, when Issued for
construction purposes. A comparison
between these two financial operations can lead to no useful result, and
had the Mail been familiar with the
rudiments of finance, such a comparison  would not have been made.
The Mail  argument concludes with
the following contradictory Statements
'proving   how   little  thought   is  given j
to  th,.  writing of  such  opinions  as I
one  finds In  he Mail:
"Had the company
the market with  a government guarantee it would have done as well."
Then again:
"Canadian government auspices
seem to te of no particular advantage
in  tlie London money market."
The first statement is that the company would have done as well, providing it had a Government guarantee,
land the second statement Is, that a
Canadian Government guarantee is of
no  particular advantage.
The Mail is politically blind and
does not hesitate to decry the credit
of Canada or belittle great public
works If by so doing some mud may
be cast' upon the administration. Tae
arguments of the Mail, however,
would not deceive a ten-year-old boy.
No misrepresentation '���)��� the Mail
will change the fact that Canada ia
well governed, or that her credit
stands high in the money markets of
the world. The people have read so
many times the prejudiced statements
of the Mail that the Injury done by
them In the past is impossible in the
future
London,  Aug.   6.���The    Bishop    of
Calgary states  that  he has been  un-
ada could co-operate In the movement able to obtain  the help he required
for the extension of cable facilities, lt
for   his  diocese,   namely,     thirty     to
fortv ciergvmen, ��.nd  means for their
it Is found advisable, would be for Uie  partja| support for the first couple of
Government to   string a special    wire years, and makes another appeal.
across the Dominion along the right of; 	
way of the National Transcontinental
and the Grand Trunk Pacific.   It was Depraved
London  Child.
Aug.    ..���Charles
himself. He is an inveterate dime
novel reader. He was arraigned ln
the juvenile  court   ind   remanded.
stated some months ago that Sir Sand- ������,. ' _ �� ��        .... n���
B Bridge, aged 9, confessed to the police
ford Fleming had offered, on behalf of  today   that  he  had   burnvd  a church
the Canadian Pacific, that if the Cana- and robbed many housese. When ar-
dian Government laid a cable across rested he was in a theatre enjoying
the Atlantic the railway company-
would string a copper wire from Halifax tq Vancouver to be exclusively
used for Empire business. The same
result could be secured by the use of
the G.T.P. route without the necessity
of expending a few million dollars upon a new Atlantic cable, lhe suggestion is worthy of consideration by the
Government of Canada.���Ottawa Free
Press.
Market Day Specials
FIVE-PIECE   WHITE   TOILET
SETS, ONLY
$1.50
EACH
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same I
I.ever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free  a  cake   of   their   famous   Plantol,
toilet   soap, if   you mention  this  pa.ier. J
Men's Summer Suits
$18.00 Suits for
$15.00 Suits for
$12.50 Suits for
$10.00 Suits for
. 12.00
110.00
$ 8.35
.$ 6.70
Straw Hats Half Price
Men's Bathing Suits
One-Third Off
Men's Suits.
A fine line of men's three.
piece suits in imported WOr.
���teds, tweeds and serges ���
the following prices:
$27.50 Suit for $20.65
$25,110 Suit for $18.5
$22.00 Suit for $t65c
$20.00 Suit for .,.   .   Ji5M
$18.00 Suit for
$15.00 Suit for
$12.50 Suit fo,-
Men's Soft Fell Haul
One-Fourth Ofl
SUMMER   UNDERWEAR,   1-4 OFF.
BOYS' WASH  SUITS,  1-3 OFF.
___ _ __ _ _-
*++++++++++!:
+
4
Electric Railway Service j
INCENDIARIES ATTEMPTED
TO   WRECK   OWL- TRAIN
Everett, Wn., Aug. 6.���It was learn-
ed today that on the same night tbat
tbe   many   incendiary   fires   occurred j
winch threatened the destruction ot
the   city,   an   attempt   was   made   to
wreck   the    Great   Northern     "Owl
train at   the  point of  Everett  peninsula.   The lock on a switch had been
opened with a key that fitted it and
J a terrible disaster was probably avert-
itself gone into j ed when a freight train, backing into
tlie open  switch, was derailed.    Had
jit not been for this fortunate circumstance, the heavy passenger train run-
Interurban Line.
Cars   for Vancouver   and way
stations   will   run  every half
hour  from   5:50   a. m. Last
car leaves at 11 p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes alter the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
tbe hour, commencing at  6:30
a. m.
i
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
j REID & CO.
I PROPER   CLOTHES   FOR   MEN.
I 601    COLUMBIA   STREET.
!
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
t+++++++++++++++++++++++i
CHEAPER CABLE RATES.
The cable monopoly known as th��
Ea_'.ern Extension Telegraph company
has ai last been compelled to reduce
lta rates upon press messages to Australia and New Zealand, to India and
tb South Africa, largely as a consequence of the reduction made by the
P.->c)fc cable board aft��r the recent
Press Conference ln  London.
It will now be Interesting to not;
how ��� reduction will aff.-ct the
nalist. ..tonopoly in Australia,
been a Wi U recognised fact for years
that the ownerg ot the great news-
papers in Australia did not want any
reduction of cable tolls, because they
foresaw that any such reduction would
make it easier to establish new newspapers and thus reduce the profits of
the combine.
It Is, therefore, significant to be told
by t_e Melbourne correspondent of the
London Times that neither the newspapers of Melbourne nor Sydney have
any comment to make regarding the
reduction of rates. There is a conspiracy of silence, which goea far to
prove the contention that thy idea of
a reduction of cable tolls being re- j
quired by the newspapers of the An-
tlpodes is more a political game than
a business enterprise.
It is also significant that the Aus-
trallan delegates who are now en route
home ./rom the London conference are
openly stating that they do noi look
for any great Increase of business as
a result of the reduction, for the very
cogent reason that Canada gets all the
news    from Australia    now which it
WE   ARE   READY   TO   SHOW
you how It is cheaper tu buy our
high-class building material.
than It is to purcliane the poorer kind. We can pant to
buildings bul't with out __.�����
rials that never need repairs.
We can point to wiue others
that need repairs all the time-
But they were no: built of our
materials. Sec where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
i  not.   eXe
l;Z$ Men's 'Instructor' Oxblood Bluchers.... $4.50
M Men's "Instructor" Patent Leather Bluchers. - 4.50
��J Men's "Instructor" Velour Calf Bluchers  4.50 $
g Men's "Instructor" Calf Tan Bluchers  4.50 ^
Are You Going
Traveling?
li so our line of Trunks, Suit Cases
and Bags will certainly appeal to
you.
Trunks from $400 to $17.00
Suit Cases from $1.75 to $25.0
Rattan Suit Cases, Club Bags and
Telescopes.   Lunch Baskets of all
kinds.
THE  8TORE FOR MEDIUM-PRICED MEN'S PINE SHOES.
PHILLIPS
TliE  WARDROBE
CLOTHIER
8ELL8 THEM m NEW WESTMINSTER.
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe House. Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot
New Westminster, B.^C.
THE LARGEST  SHOE   HOUSE  IN B. C. Jm
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.     "e'
MEMBER, WE CARRY THE BEST MAKES OP WATCH  MOVEMENTS.
CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONQINE'S AND HAMILTON WATCHES. LtUBDAY, AUGUST 7, 1W��-
TnE   DAILY  NEWS.
HOUSE y QUALITY
LATEST PATTERNS IN
Soft Shirts
We are showing the advance
patterns in plain and fancy
Soft Shirts.   We always have
the latest.
PAGE FIVE.
City News
J. EUGENE BROWN 6. CO.
618 COLUMBIA STREET
*t__t___________t_r"-W J
'Auction Sale
Put ther. by the
make r �����lo and
���here t_ ___e .ervlce
these M-L Pure PalaU
sion* cud (jive.
It is no hard thing to
make a paint that
looks good in the can
���or sounds good in
the advertising���and
YOU couldn't tell the
difference beforehand.
But it is not so easy to
put together the purest
materials in the most
expert way���and then
to add one special
ingredient greatly
lengthen the paint's life
���and that's what you
I get when you buy
MI PURE
���JL PAINT
j Forty    colors,   for   every
j pain ting purpose, made by
Imperial Varnish & Color
I Co., Limited, of  Toronto.
ANDERSON   __ LUSBY,
Agents for
New Westminster
and  District.
Ormon.  digman, jr., manag-.r and
engiueei  of the  Alberta  government
j telephones, lms \���;-n visiting the city.
II'     .    proi   rty Interests her.-.
Sp n.i  a   ,.l.-ii��ain   day  at  the  sea- ;
Blil-       Uring your friends to blackie
iSpit for citizen's day. August 11.    ** ;
Thomas A. Sharps, director of the i
I experimental farm at A_u*__, was aj
visitor to tli* city yesterday.
The steamer Transfer runs to ���
Steveston every week day. ���*
Buy your tickets early for the citizens' glcn'c at Lllaekit: Spit ou Wednesday. Adults, $1.25; children, 50
cents. **
C   EL  Fowler,  president  Of the  In."
tertiatiunal   Contract   Company,   Seat-
| Get Your Home Furnishings From the
Old Reliable House.    We have quality
and prices in proportion.   See
w.  E.
612-618 Agnes Street.
Undertaking in all its Branches.
PHONE  176.
NIGHT CALL 81.
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone t.uyl__ a range should g_t one that will give perfect satis.
tie, cam* In lam -vening oa biuinas_Ifectfon in cooking and baking, Is economical in ��h_ use of fuel, that is cool
in   connection   with   the   Lulu  island |, ���_.,_ __._._._. v_~^> .-... _-h .,���    ..        _ .      ...
Rovers Prepare
Ibrldg., of which his company are tn.e
|��ontractow,
I)o not forget the sale of household
effects at (.'apt. Cards, r�� 11 Carnarvon
istre.-t on Thursday, at 10 a.m. **
Mrs. V. Eickhoff presented her
Ihushaud with a girl baby yesterday.
.Both mother and child are doing well.
Everything for the garden at Tidy's
phone 184. "
!    A summons for alle_*d assault wiLl
come before Capt. Plttendrlgh in the
idistrict court on    Tuesday  wh.-��� C.
Veal and his sons will gi-ve evidence
'in a summons against C. S. Wakefield.
The parties live at Coquitlam. W.
JF. Hansford will appear f"r the com��-
plalnane.
For first-class cut flowers and any
I kind of Floral work, teleuhone Davie.
] Greenhouse, R20-.
to work over In the bote weather, snd also easy to operate and keep clean.
If you wish to be satisfied ln theserespeetg you will buy an Oxford
range atfer you have Inspected it. The prices aim ot these ranges are
much  lower   than-  those   of   other    makes.      Call    ln    and    Inspect our
���rock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
Cnn Cnwmlm-   ______ !    A ljUs1' fire at the junction of Sev-
lOr  lOnUM  OeaS.Il "venue  ��nd     Nineteenth   street,
** 'due  to  a fire    started   to clear land,
jcaused the fire department to receive
a call. Chief Watson attended, but
held the brigade as there Is no hydrant within five blocks. The fire
was allowed to bum. itself, ant in consequence.
(Continued from Fage 1.)
on   the  island.
> league  schedule
At  this
wtu be
Fair Ground Property
Twenty large lots, most desirable property in the city.
EASY TERMS. Take advantage of low rates and visit
Chilliwack.
-��� F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
two games
masting th
drawn up.    	
The executive was authorized l0
treat f��r a game here on Labor Hay
ln connection with the celebration,
and th�� meeting ad.otim.-d for two
weeks.
The chairman took occasion to congratulate the club on tne excellent
showing made last yea* wln-n the
Mainland championship was won, and
prophesied a great season, during
1909-10.
Officers..
Tho officers elected Were, provisionally upon their acceptance as follows:
Hon. President���T. s. Annandale
(re-elected).
Hon Vice-president���T. Gifford, M.
P. P., John Reid, R. J. RicJonan .and.
W. Watson.
President���J. R. Grant,
Vice-president���E.   R.   McMillan.
Secretary���C.  A.  Sutherland.
Tn-surer��� H.   Ryai;   (re-elected).
Committee���F. O. Canfield, E. Murchie, T. H. Wilson (re-elected), J-
Craig and D. Bell.
The question of appointing a selection oommlttee w-as left over.
Several of the best .'ayers of last
season's team have again signed on,
and others are in sight. Tite defence is safe, but an effort is being
made to secure some good forwards
Robertson has signed, and possibl.
Hooper and Hurren, lite of Nanaimo,
will be associated with the team. The
present Intention U to run only one
senior team.
Westminster to Westminster, via
Steveston and Vancouver; buy your
tickets at the B. C. E. R. tratn office���
$1._U for i_e round trip. Steamer
Transfer leaves every day at 'i P-m.
except Saturday _ o'clock **
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy Butter, per pound,
25c
FUNERAL NOTICE.
Members of Granite lodge No. 16.
K. of P., are requested to meet at the
hall at 12:30 on Friday, August 6th.
for the purpose of proceeding to Vancouver to attend the funeral of the
late Bro. William Calder, from his fete
residence at 1114 Albarnl street.
T. WARDLAW TAYLOR, C. C
A. MACDONAED, K. of R. & S.
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COFFEES.  OUR 40c COFFEE (FRESH
GROUND) IS A WINNER.
ADAMS & DEANS,i^f!^^^
TELEPHONE
COLUMBIA STREET.
CIVIC HOLIDAY.
At the request of tho Citizens' Fie-
nle Oommlttee, I hereby declare Wednesday the 11th Inst., a civic holiday
and respectfully    Invite   the citizens
generally to so observe the same.
J. B. JARDINE,
Acting Mayor.
City Hall, Aug. 7, 1909.
Remember Hale Bros, wlain you require hay, grains, etc. They always
have a large stock. **
The tug Flyer arrived in port yesterday afternoon from the Pitt Eake
stone quarries having a scow of rock
in tow.
If yon want a good, house with ten
li res o' first-class land within fifteen
miles of New Westminster and on. C.
P. R. main line, you ean have it chaap
jfor cash, or will take city property
In exchange. White, Shiles &. Co.,
city. �����
The Balmorals, champions of tlie
city league, and. the Fras-.r Mills
laseball teams tied in their game iu
Millside last evening, each getting
four runs.
See our advertisement on page 8.
It contains interesting news about the
low prices prevailing on all summer
goods.     W. S. Colllsier &. Co. *��
Tbe steamer Trader amiv.ed. in. port,
yesterday from Ladysmith having on
board one hundred tons of coal for
the C. P. N. Co. After discharging
aer cargo she cleared for Victoria.
That   ight,   delicious,   wnoiesomit
bread  you so much, en.o/ed  at  your
lead's house was made with Robin
Hood Flour. ������
Buy orchard lands while they aje
cheap and become independent. We
are the official agents of The WestsHm
Home and Impro .assent Ca, Ltd. Let
us tell you about their choice holdings
at Appleland- A new townsit*. and
fruit district along the tfae ot the
B. C. Electric ClwMwack t__e a__t V.
V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway
This section exactls In U__ production
of all fruits. Come at once w_lK�� the
best lands ar_ selling cheap and let V
show you this section at our expense.
We can sell Ave. ten, fifteen ��nd
twenty acre tracts on easy terms V.
J. Hart & Om, Ui. **
Our Policy
is to sell Shoes in their season and
carry nothing over.
THAT MEANS REDUCING. PRICES ON THE
BALANCE OF SUMMER STYLES AND GIVING
YOU A CHANCE TO GET   A   NEW   PAIR   FOR
LESS THAN THEY COST US.
OUR SEASON   ENDS       BEFORE    YOURS,   AND
ANY ONE BUYING NEW    SHOES    NOW    WILL
HAVE NOTHING TO REGRET.
SUCH A COMBINATION OF QUANTITY AS YOU
HAVE  SELDOM   SEEN.      YOU OUGHT NOT TO
MISS IT FOR YOUR SAKE.
+++++++++++++++++4
W. E. SINCLAIR
THE SHOE MAN,
HOLMES  BLOCK,
COL UMBIA   ST..   NEW   WESTMINSTER.
i
Easter brook Milling Company,
E-urne,  B. C.
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25 per Bbl.
HUNGARIAN JEWEL..$6.75 per Bbl.
TERMINAL $5.25 per Bbl.
HlftDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbl.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
McQuarrie & CoJ
FRONT STREET. New Westminster. Telephone
tas.
Fish    Fish
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop, and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
to a car, at the lowest price. Call or.
phone your orders to 101, ana nave
fresh fish for dinner.
Summer
Requisites
P.  BURNS  & CO.,  LTD.
C. E. TRAVES, Local Manager,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
COLUMBIA
STREET.     PHONE   101.
Lime  Fruit Juice,
bottle, 25c.
per
Fruit Saline, per bottle,
50c and 75c.
Mosquito Oil, per bottle, 25c.
Cattle Wash,
Ion, $1.25....
per gal-
D. S. CURTIS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
Live Stock  Insurance
Live stock Insurance has fast become recognized as" one of the
best kinds of Insurance In existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owntrs ���r�� protecting themselves against the serious loesee
which they have had to suffer In the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of Insurance,
and as thsy do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to th greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has oceu red on any of the. company's policies
since thsy started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forWarded within a day o two, and the following letter la an
Instance: .: ���������.
New WestmlnBter,   June. 23,  1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New   Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
*   the prompt settlement made for the   loss of   my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
ves_ rday I have already reoelred cheque for $200.00 In
full payment. Yours sincerely,
P 7 (Sgd).    J. A. OIB80N.
You may bs the next to loss some valuable
ticulars.
stock, enquire for p��r-
ALPRtD   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
857 COLUMBIA STREET. . PHONE It
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THE   DAILY   NEWS.
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to- enable the Council of
the Cuy of N.w Westminster ;o raise
by loan the sum ot Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollars for the purpob. of
advertising the City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand ..lull.....
Dollars in advertising ihe City and
that 'he said sum should he raised on
tlie credit of the Corporat.on.
And Whereas, It appqus lh;it if the
sum of Four Thousand 114000-OOJ
Dollars be appropriated from liiti
general revenue of the Ci;y U.r the
cunvnt year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such excessive taxation .i.ould ..
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on the credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
issued for that amount.
And, Whereas, for the payment of
interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating ;i sinking fund for tne payment of th..80fa debentures whendue.
It will be necssary to raise by special
rates,- in addition to all oilier rates,
each year during the Currency of the
said debentures, the sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five and. 4U-1HU
($_^,ri.t6)  Dollars-
And, Whereas, In order to raise
the said yearly sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Fiv. and 46-100
($235.46) -Doihtrs an equal special rate
on the dollar will be reo.il.red 'o be
levied on the whole rateable pioperty
of the City of Xew Westminster;
And, Whereas, the who.'e rateable
property cf tbe said City, according
to the- last revised assessment roll
thereof, is P'ive Millions, Three Hun
dred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,..1,14..-
00)  Dollars.
And, -Whereas, the total amount or
th-<_ existing debenture debt of the
Said City is Oik- Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One-
Hundred (._,219._00.00T Dollars irrespective of the sum of Three Hundred
and Ninety-four Thousand ($394-000.
OO,' Dollars proposed to be raise.1 under the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Waterworks Deb- nture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,'' the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 19u9," ot
which none of the principal ur interest is in  arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Coun-
SATURDA
hours of nine o'clock a.ni. and five P
m., at the following places   namelv:
. ..ii     /-___. 1.    __ .     .      * .
NOTICE.
Tli
Council Chamber, civic building;
Fine  Hall,    Sapjierton;     anQ-   the
Storehouse,      Eleventh
the      ^^
Waterworks
sweet
W.  A
City   Hall.   July
DUNCAN,
City Uerk.
-'2nd.   1909.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 6.    The pro.' eds of the saja of tne
Take  notice  that  the  above   ]_   a said   debentures  shall   be  applied  as
true   copy  of   the    proposed    By-law  follows,  'ind  ::ot  otherwise:   Towards
which will be taken into considerat on  l'a-vin_   ^e  "'*t of  ll,e    passing    of
the Municipal  Council of the City  "'"'"   "
liaol Uebenture By-
Law, 1909.
-Mice Colli I
A By law to enable the Council oi
���he Ciiy of New Westminster 10 raise
by loan the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars for tiie purpose ol
building a C'iiy Gaol and Po
Boon
Whereas, it is expedient to ert-ct a
building io be used us a Citj Gaol
and Police Court Boom, and to use
that portion of the Civic Building,
now used for those purposes, for other
purposes and to expend '11 the erection of the said building the sum ol
Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars, and
that tIit-t said sum should be raised on
tht. credit of the Corporation.
And Wharoas, It appears 'hat il the
sum of Six Thousand ($800.00)
Dollars be appropriated from the
general revenue of the Ciiy for the
current year the ra'e of taxation will
be excessive, and it is -expedient that
such excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on th(. cr. d t of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
issued  for that  amount
And, Whereas, for the payment of
Interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under this By-Law, uf.il
for crvuiing a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures whendue.
it will be necessary to raise by special
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of 'h--
sai.-l debentures, the sum of Three
Hundred and Fifty three and 19-100
($393.19)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise tho
said yearly sum of Three Hundred and
Fifty-three and 19-100 ($353.19) Dollars an equal special rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on
the wholo rateable property of the
City  of New   Westminster.
And. Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said City, according
to tlie last reviseil assessment roll ,
thereof. Is Five Millions. Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,446.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount or
th    ~ ' "
jy   	
01 N< - Westminster cne month" from
the date of th? first putdicatlon there-
ol in the -Daily News" and "Daily
Columbian" newspapers, which first
iu lication took place on the 2->n<l
day of July 1909, and that a vote ot
the el-ctors of the City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p.
in., at tbe following places, namely:
Th.. Council Chamber, civic'building:
the Fire Hall, Sapperton;
\\":-.terwv_-ks Storehouse,
street.
 I of the	
this   Hy-law  and  the  issue  and  sale
of the debenture* therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect <>n
the --'tli. day 1 f August 1909, and maybe cited as !-,��� "Waterworks Debenture, By-law.  1H09."
8. This Hy law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the as-
Bent of the eleciors of the said CUv
In   th.>  maim,    required   bv  i?w.
Received the assent of the electors
1909.
and   tlii-
Eleven. ,,
on the day of.
Reoonsidi re 1 and
iven Council the...
1909.
finally
.. .dav
pas ed
of	
ln
W.   A.
City   Hall
DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
July   22nd.   1909.
Citv Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE,
ii-   . 1 ,,   1       , n Take   notice   that   the   above   is   a
Waterworks Debenture By-����* ��w >f >- proposed By-iaw
��    which will b   taken into considerat on
Law, 1909.
loan from an\
  _y person or persons, 'bod,
Or bodies corporate, who may be wi"-
ing to advance the same on the credit
Of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum. or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole the s"'u By-'aw
of'Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars
and to cause the same to be paid into
the Treasury of the said City for tne
purposes mentioned herein.
2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause  any  number of  debentures
to   be   made,    not  exceeding  In   the
whole   the   sum   of    Four    Thousand
($4000.00)  Dollars,   for  such   sums  Ol
money  as  may  be required,  not lf,ss
than  $100.00 each,    or  an  equivalent
expressed   in  pounds   sterling  of  tiie
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland,    at  a value  of  4.866  to  the
pound  sterling;  and all  such  debentures  shall ibe  sealed  with  the    Seal
of the    Corporation    signed  by    the
Mayor    and    countersigned    by    the
Treasurer thereof, or  by  such oth r
person  or persons as   may  be  thereunto lawfully authorized.
3.    The    said   debentures   shall   be   ._,   ������   ���___,
payable on the first day of duly 1959, whole   the
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time  to tirtie appoint,    with  the approval  of the holders    thereof,    and
���hall  have attached  to  th
for  the ^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which Interest
shall be payable half yearly on ihe
first of January and the first day o?
July, in each and every year, and tlie
said coupons shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on tb.- dollar
s>>all be levied and raise,1 in each
year, In addition to all other rates,
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the interest On the
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
therv-of when due, subject to any Aci
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the sum of Two
Hundred ($200.00) Dollars for the
payment of lnteresi thereon, and the
sum of Thirty-Five and 40-100
($85.46) Dollars -to provide for the
repayment  of-the  pHncipnl
fi. The proceeds of the sale of fh��
said debentures shall be applied a"
follows, and not otherwise: Towsr's
paying the cost of ihe passing of
this ; y-law and the issue nnd sate
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may be
__ cited as the "Advertising By-law
1909."
cil of the Corporation ofthYcMy'ol __ nt.   it nlluu^  ^l1  of   ,he
New Westminster enact, a? tallows-    T ,1       - 'l�����-ne  M""011'    Tw0 Hun-
1.   It shall be lawfuffo^.h   Mayor mlH^ZiI^T    ��nP
of the said City to raise by way of sPIIot^I^Z^HuII
and  Xmety-Two Thousand   ($392 000-
<>' 1) Dollars proposed to be raised' un-
tier  the  "Hospital  Debenture   By law !sPGcial rate on
1909,' the "Waterworks Debenture Bv-  "
law   1909,"   the  "Street   Improvement
1909,''    the    "Incinerator  Debenture  By-law  1909."  ana  the  "CUv
Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909"    of
which none of the principal orlnter-
est is In arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Coun
A By-law to enable the Council 01
'he City of New Westminster to rais.
by J"an the sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000,001
Dollars for the purpose of Increasing
th.- capacity of the Ciiy Waterworks
System.
Whereas, it is expedient to construct an additional Main i'i|ie Line
foi the City Waterworks System from
Ooquitlam Lake to the Queen's Pari;
Reservoir, and also from the Reservoir to the City limits on Lulu Island,
and for that purpose io expend the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand   ($234,000-00)   Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears that if tli--
sum of Two Hundred anil Thirty-
Four Thousand ($234.00) Dollars
be appropriated from the general
revenue of the City for the cur-
rent year the rate of taxation will
he excessive, and it is expedient that
such excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on the credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
issued for that amount.
And.   Whereas,   for  tbe
Interest   on   the   del _  , __.	
lo be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures when due,
it will be necessary to raise by spec ai
rates, In addition to all other Tates,
each year during the currency of 'h.
said debentures, the sum of Thirteen
Thousand, Seven Hundred and Seventy-Four and 52-100  ($13,774.52) Dol-
ny the hluniclpaj Counci' of the C t.v
of New Westminster one month from
He due of the first publication th ire
of In the "Daily News" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which frst
pu lication took plac,. on the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of the City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of August, .yo9, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p.
111., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
lhe Klne Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
sireet.
sufficient to pay the interebt on the
debentures, and to ire-ate a sinking
fund for the payment of the | rlnclpai
thereof when due, subject 'o any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5- Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by Special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the said de entureB, the sum of Fifteen Hundred ($1500.00) Dollars for
the payment of Interest ther. on and
the sum of Two llund.ed and Sixty
Five and 96-100 ($265.96) Dollars to
provide for the payment of the principal.
8.    Tbe proc. eds of the sale 0:' tbe j
said   debentures   shall   be  applied  &< |
follows, and not otherwise:   rewards
paying   the   cost   of  ihe     I as ��� ng     o'
this   By-law   and   lhe   Issue  and   sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7.    This By-law shall take effect on j
the 25th. day of Augusi 1909, and may !
be cited as the "Hospital Debenture
By-law,  1909."
S.    This   By-law   before
passing thereof, shall  reel
sent of th,. eleciors of th
in   the   manner requiied   by   law.
Received the assent of Tie electors
S.S.
The   steai.
Brackman-Ker wh.,. _T
afternoon   e_d
tor I*dnereBCt..
^^____Y
     ner
-Saturday at
*i
��� P.ulI
Westminster ^t^at^:^^
Retur
rn.ng.   leaves
Ht''k  day  iimii.i,,
Additional    m
leaving New Westmin
Tils sched tie
without notice.
For freight and
ply to
ROBERT
:    ���
���   ������
I
Ml
rateg 1
rARDIM��
Treasurer ther.,,' ,,,
person or persoi .
unto lawful
''ta.
here.
on  the dny of.
Reconsidi red and
open Council the...
1909.
City Clerk.
flnall-
..da.
. .1909.
passed
of	
in
uch
 ^^^Jauthoriz, I   :    e
the    final I    B' ,   lr"    said   ,|.
ve the as- PfyablS��n th,   : oM,^"J
said  City  ?, s,ich, '"''"" "r ,I'Z
"Cil  Of  thv  said   COI Y
ume   to   tin,..   ���;
proval of ti���. hold   .   ,. tb 'l**>l
"hall have attach, :
tor the paymen. ,,
rate ol five per cei '   a' -M
the  amount   thereo """a.
Shall   be  paya l���   |
"f January u ;  ij
In each and ., '������ i
OOupottt   shall
Mayor. Me<i  . Ite'
I      spei.nl      <a^^_
be   levied   ---      -h
Mayor.
City   Hall.
W.
July
.  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
2nd,   1909.
first
July,
-aid
said
I.
shall   	
y.ar,  in addition to
on all rateable
Sufficient   to
IO   cr,.
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909.
payment of
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
said yearly Sum of Thirteen Thousand
Seven Hundred and Seventy-Four and
52-100  ($13,774.52)    Dollars
an equal
. -  the dollar will be
quired to be levied on the who]e rateable property- of the City of New
Westminster;
And,   Whereas,   the  whol.  rateable
property  of the  said   City, according
the  last  revised   assessment   roll
thereof,  is Five Millions. Three Hun-
to
A By-law to enable the Council of
the City of New Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of Thirty Thousand
($30,000.00) Dollars for the purpose
of granting the same to the Royal
ntures proposed Columbian Hospital,
Whereas, it is expedient to grant
the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30.-
000.Oil) Dollars for the purpose of assisting in the erection of a new build-,
ing for the Royal Columbian Hospital in  this City.
And Whereas, It appears 'hat If the
sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,00t).oo)
Dollars be appropriated from the
general revenue of the City for the
current year the rate of taxation win
be excessive, and it is expedient that
such excessive taxation sliould be
avoided, and the said sum should be
re- raised on the credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
Issued for that amount.
And, Whereas, for the
interest on the debentu.-s propos-u
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund forth!
ment of the said deb
NOTICE.
Take notice Ihat the above Is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which win be taken Into consideration
by th.- Municipal Council of the Cty
of New Westminster on,, month from
the dire of thi flrsl publication there-
ot   in   iho  "Dally   :,ev*s"   and   "Dally -   ���---
Colum!.ian" newspapers, which frst Uwreof when
pu:,lication toc'< place <n the -2"d or_enactment
day i.f duly 1909, and that a Vote of
(he electors of the City will b<. taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of Angus', 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five p.
111., at the following places, namely:
Th-e Council Chamber, civic building;
Sapperton; and the
Storehouse,     Eleventh
rat,
and
��._ I
'������ c-aca
it. |
��w
the Fire Hall
Waterworks
street.
''"''r n_
"",'"' '      ' ���  -'- Or"
pay  the  ... .-;'���
debentures, and  t��� __,  .  *���'��_���
fund for tie |ayi��� :,. , ���
due, BUbjec, ... .
respecting Y%Y
���>���   Subject as aforesaid-**
be  raised  annually  bv
as  aforesaid   during the rBn��. _,
the stud debentures, tl    v. Y,01
Thousand   Two     Hund   ,        :.;
.lars for the payn Y...
'hereon, and the sum    of   v,
dt-.-d   and   Twenty-tw.,
'   I V..4H
($922
:Hll_.
""i Do.
for th,   repayment!
City   Hall.
W.
Julv
\. DUNCAN,
City  Clerk
22nd,   1909.
Street Improvement Debenture By-Law, 1909.
���    .   t -     _.    'irPd and Ninety-One Thousand" Four i.'w.n"! "IT *"" ,IclKntures when du
_"_? -.t_le.i;.orJ'.oratIOn of '-he City of |H!-nir6,_   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,44.-    --*--   ���-     ��.?8sary to rais
pay-
New Westminster enacts' as follows:   j00)  El0",^.r.s . ,.     ,     ,    _,_���    , ���,
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor I Anfl. ^feas, the total amount or
of the said City to raise by way nl ���� existing debenture debt of the
loan from any person or persons, 'bodv ,s,aU�� c">: lsv,0r'f Ml11'0"- T���� Htm-
r > ji��� ������,������..���._ ���,--���,-.. v. ���,ii dred and Nineteen Thousand, One
or bodies corporate, who may be will-1 r_i9iQinnnni   rv-i.r    irrP
ing to advance the same on the credit |Hundred   ($1,819,100.00)   Dollars   n re-
rates, in  addition
 H
Ke manner, amount-,
sums    already  so
of the debentures, hereinafter men
tioned. ar-v sum or sums of money
not exceeding in the whole the sum
of- Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars
and to cause the same to be paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes mentioned herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures
lo be made, not exceeding in' the
sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars, for such sums of
money as  may  be required, not less
than $100.00 each,    or an  equivalent INe* Westminster enacts as* follows'
expressed   in   pounds   sterling  of  the      1-    it shall he lawful for the Mavor
rayment * UMftSL TZ SB ^fT ��/ GT. _. *,ain and f *? Said C1,>' ��> -Ise by Vay^o
at tne Ireland at a value of 4.S66 to the loan from any person or persons :i'od
pound sterling; and all such debent- or bodies corporate, who may be vvill-
ures shall ite sealed with the Seal ing to advance the same on the credit
of the Corporation Signed by the of the debentures, hereinafter men-
Mayor and countersigned by the tioned, any sum or sums of money
Treasurer thereof, or by such other'not exceeding ln the
person or persons as may be there- jof Two Hundred
unto lawfully authorized '"'        ^^
spectlve of the sum of One Hundred
and Sixty-Four Thousand ($164,000.-
00) Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Water-orks Debenture B-'-
law 1909;" the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,'' the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909.'' and 'he "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," of
which none of the principal or Interest is in  arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of lhe City of
A By-law to enable the Council or
the City of New Westminster to raise
by loan tbe sum of One Hundred and
Foil,- Thousand ($104,000.00) Dollars
for Street Improvements.
Whereas, certain sums of money have
this   year   been   expended   out  of  the
general  revenue of  I'v  CUy   for  the
payment of construction, Improvement and repair
?s  propos d  or certain streets and sidewalks, and
It is expedient that  certain addition
si*iiis be spent in Hk
^^^^^ Int   In  all     (w.th
by spec.al spun   to  the  sum   of  On,. Hundred
.. to all   other rates, and Four Thousand  ($lu4,000.uu)  Dol-
each year during the currency of 'he  lars.
said debentures, the sum of Seventeen And Whereas, It appears 'hai if tlw
Hundred and Sixty-Five and 96-100 sum of One Hundred and Four Thou-
($1705.91!)  Dollars. sajid   ($104,000.00)   Dollars   be
And, Whereas, In order to raise the  printed    from    the    general
said  yearly  sum of   Seventeen  Hun- of     the     city      for     th
dr.-d    and      Sixty-Five     and      96-100  year     the     rate     of
($1765.96) Dollars an equal special rate be excessive, and it Is
on   the dollar will   be  required   to  be  such    excessive    taxaiio
levied on tlie whole rateable property avoided, and  the said
of the City of New Westminster;         jralse<l on  the credit
i    And,   Whereas,   the   whole   rateable; tlon,   and   that  debenture
property  of the  said   City,  according .issued  for that amount,
to  the  last   revised   assessment    roll '    And,  Whereas, for the
thereof,  Is  Five  Millions   Three Hun- 'interest   on   tbe   debentures  pro_K>sed
dred and  Ninety-One Thousand, Four to be Issued under this By-Law, and
Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445.-, for creating a sinking fund for the pay-
00) Dollars.                                          ment of the said debentures when due
And   Whereas,  the total amount nt lu _,in i	
lars to provide
th,- principal. ^^^^
fi. The proc.eds of the sale o! t>
said debentures shall bi applied it
follows, and not otherwls, l war*
paying the cost of t_c ; as-'ng of
this Hy-law and the Issue and &[
ot the debentures therein r,f.-rr._ _J
7. This By-law shall take effect(M
the 2.'.lh. diy of Aligns 19 9, ;.nd mayl
be cited as the "Street [mprovemejB
'Debenture  By-law,  1909
8. This  By-law  before   the  tim
passing thereof, shall  receive th�� SH
sent of the eleciors of th,. said Ci.|
In   the  manner required  bv Taw.
Received the assent of the
on the day
Reoonsld. red and
open Council the
1909.
veto-1
^^^  .1. 9.
finally passed li |
��� day of.
City Clerk
Mayor.
appro-
revenue
ue    curit-nt
taxation     will
expedient that
should    be
sum should  be
of  lhe  Corpora-
should   be
payment of
, the total amount or It will be necessary to raise by special
existing    debenture  debt of  the rates, in  addition
said  City  is One Million     '"-���   "
The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1959
at such place or places as the Coun
cii of ihe said Corporation may from
time fo time appoint, with the ap
proval of the holders thereof, an"
shall have attached to them coupons
for tiv payment of inierest at the
ral.- of five per centum
the amount thereof.
shall bn payable half
first of January and th
July, in .ach and .very year,
said  coupons  shall  h
4.    A    special    rate on   tl
shall   be   levied   and   raised
per annum on
which interest
yarly on the
he first day of
ami tiv
signed  by  the
whole the sum
_ and Thirty-Four
-housand ($23-1,000) Dollars, and to
cause the same to be paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the Gaol
purpose,  mentioned herein
  ,,    Two Hun
dred nnd Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars Irrespective of the sum of Three Hundred
and Sixty-Eight Thousand ($36_,000..
00) Dollars proros. d to be raised under ihe "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By.law 1909," the 'Inclneia
benture By-law 1909
Debenture
������  , .���   --  to  all   other  rates,
___-��_.  ,dUr,n8  ",e CUm'ncy Of  the
and debentures, the sum of Six Thou-
,_?.���0_ne- hundred and   Twenty-two
($6,122.00)   Dollars.
NOTICE.
Tak,.  notice   that  the s&ove Is a
true  copy  oi   the   proposed   B'.-'law
which win !,,. tak,.; intocon_derat'on
by the Munldpal Council of th. City
Of New  Westminster jn.  nvut. Ivom'
tbe date of the ."list publication  h >
of  In   the  "Dally  News" and   Usi
Columbian"    newspapers, ��i. ,-hlHt,
publication   took   | lace .a th.  -"Ji
'lay of July   1909,  nnd that a v.t. o! i
the electors of tb. Citv will be tak* I
on th,. said   proposed   bylaw unite.
2aih day of August, 1909, between!
hours of nine o'clock a.m, nnd flvt. |
di-,   Bt   the   follow.nt;  places, ntini-j:
The Council Chamber, civic I.uHiIid.1
the  Fine   Hall,     Sap; .-it n,    and ite
waterworks     Storehouse,    Elevdil
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Olerkj
City Hall, July 22nd, 1909.
The following is a list of the sit��i
nnd amount to be expended uii e_|
under   the  provisions   of   Uv "S1*.
,   ,   ,,., , ,     _,     Improvement Di bentu
And, Whereas, in order to raise the ,,.,'.    ..
___     tor   D'
Bvl ant" ithr?     C"V   ��f 'he City of N
i........ bo __*,-__���__ ��,������,.I?* s-"j* w.?';-1 M-"��"
r__��� :��^_:rrsl^\^_s;xrs.Hi
New WostmlnSte-    '
do ]v
n
to
__
whole the sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Four Thousand ($2.H,000j
Dollars, lor such sums of money
as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed In pounds sterling of tha
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.81.6 to the
pound .sterling; and all such debentures   shall   ,e   sealed   with   the    Seal
year,  in  addition   to all  other  rates
on   -ill   rateable   property of   lhe   City,
pay  the  Interest  on   the
'"d   to  create   a  Sinking
1 und l-ir the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject  t0 any Act
Of enactment respecting the same
5     Subject as aforesaid, there shall
raised   annually   hy   special   rates
aforesaid,  during  the currency  of
each  of  the    Corporation    Signed   by
sufficient to
debentures.   ,-
as
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
in   the   manner required   by  law
the
of duly 1959,
as the Coun-
Corporation may from
appoint,    with the ap-
Recelve. the assent of the electors of the principal
said debentures, the Sum of Three
Hundred   ($300.00)   Dollars    for   the.for the
payment  of interest  thereon   and  th
|Siim of Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($53.19
j Dollars  to  provide for Ui
repaymi nt s
1.909.
on the day of..
Reconsidered and finally  passed In
op*n
1909
6.
...���  ���.     Lhe
Mayor    and    couniersigned    by      lie
Treasurer   thereof,  or  by
person   fir  persons  as   may  be  there-
lunto lawfully authorized.
3,    The     said   debentures  shall   be
[payable on the first day
at  such  place or places
ell  of  the  sal
time  to  time ^^_________^^______________^^^_
proval of the holders thereof, and expressed
shall have attached to them coupons
payment of interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
ihe amount thereof, which interest
11 be payable half yearly on tihe
first of January and the first day of
*������'���'  '      ach and
1 !,,���,,    0","',ft   aS    f"'l"WS
1.    It shall he lawful for lh
of  the said   Cit
loan from any
or bodies corporate, who ma
in<; to advance   he
of the  debentures,    hereinafter men
t'oned,  any   sum   or  sums   of   money
not exceeding In  ihe whole th
of   I lnrty  Thousand   ,
lars and to cause th
Into the Treasu
said yearly sum of Six Thousand One
Hundred  and  Twenty-two   ($6,122.00)
Dollars   an    equal    special    rate on
the  dollar    will    be   required  to    be
levied on the whole rateable properly
i'w Westminster;
eas,   the   whol.
property of the said
to   the  last  revised
thereof,  Is  Five  Mil
dred and Nlnety-On
.   rateahi,-
f'ity, acco.din_
assessment   roll
ons,  Thre,.  n,in
Thousand, Four
Mayor
y to raise by way of
person or persons, . od, '
y b0 will-
same on Hie credit
any   number of
to   be   made,     not
whole   the   sum   of   Thirl
($30,000.00)   Dollars, for
Hundred   nnd
00)   Dollars. ________m____________\
And, Whereas, the 'otal amount or
the  existing    debenture debt of the
said  CUy Is  On..  Million,    Two Hundred   and   Nineteen   Thousand
Hundred   ($1,219,100
Spectlve  of  th
nnt\   Xinety-Foiir I    ^	
00)  Dollars propos. d to be raised un
the "Hospital  Debenture  "y
" the "Waterworks Del
 __..   1909."  tho "Street
be lawful for the Mayor By-law  1909''
sum
Hol
der
e  mp
0,000.00)
sain,. t��� ��� pa|rf	
...h ,,..   _ ,.  ^ of 'he said City for 1909
uch other .the purposes mentioned herein
2.    It shall "    '
to  cause
Forty-Fire   ($5,391,445.-
        One
1.00)   Dollars   Irre.
sum of Two  Hundred
housand   ($291,11011..
law
debenton
s ben I urn  Bv-law
exceeding  jn   the Gaol    Dob
y   Thousand j which none
money a8 may he WC BUfflS * "* la ,D
than  $10n.00  each
TSjK.,i-.7or;;va^^
the
aw
nture By-
Improvement
"Incinerator  De-
1909," and the "City
nture   By-law   1909."   or
of the principal or inter-
arrears
Now then-fore the Municipal Connor an   equivalent jell of the Corporation of tho City of
pounds  sterling of the;New Westminster enacts as follows:
- It shall be lawful for th
not ]esH
^considered and finally  passed in |8aid   d-len'turef rtifli *_! ^�����_ th'Y,yy in ���cn an(t every year, and th_
4    A    special    rate on  the dollar
hall   he   levied   and   rait
other rates
Paying  the  cost  of
City Chrk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
notice   that  the  above   |s   a
true   copy  of   the    proposed     Bv-law
Tak..
 ^^^^^^ hp    passing    ot
this  By-law  and   the  Issue and  uaie
mm* ''^-:^S^-'UVL^-^ "' me _
ures  shall  ,| e  sealed  with
of the    ��  n
e Mayor
v person or persons,
o^-sr��, s&ra,����i��s_
>4iereor,  or  by such   other tioned,  any
ibod,
will-
Columbia street,
ment	
Columbia street
Hill   	
Front  streot.,
Agnes  street   ..
Dufferin sireet
McKenzie street
Lorne street  ...
First street   .. .
Second street  ..
Third street  ..   .
Fourth street ..
Fifth street ...
Seventh street ..
I'YIiih street . . .
Nanaimo si feci .
Twelfth  slice;   ..
Thirteenth stn ei
Fourteenth sue t
Hamilton sireet
Dublin  sireet
Rdlnl tti'gli   sire 1
London street ..
Tenth str, et ...
Adberta sireet ...
CObUTg street   .   .
I^olth street  ...   .
Royal avenue
Queen's avenue ..
Firth avenue ...
Fourth avenue ...
Sixth avenue .
Seventh avenue  ..
Fighth avenue -..
Third avenue ... .
Hassam
Hill,mil
Bylaw, IM
pave-
. ...��
1.1 ���.' I
me on th0 credit Tenth avenue	
hereinafter men- Il0sPltal street. Blah- and Bu-
US
ni
10
yi
is
.)!��)
.��
l,4S
$0
3,601
;:���;."'
1.IW
jijijl
w
1,1.1*
1.3*
i ^
.;:.��
SN
	
-,,.
75(1
.""
(HI)
sm
3.000
3,608
It*
l.iillll
2,5��0
1,500
l,5ii0 ���
1,4111)
600
person  or persons as m"ay "�� ��JJ^ ISc^ftaJ'S ��!Y"���*. ^..money. ���.cli^an avenue
unto lawfully authorized""   ue  """" l^nTmnS A   "'P whol�� ���he'"��nm Stl^��'�� eeneraily
��*.__*-._*-��ki-5:is=l?.,���,���;,__'��,sra*ai___5___.'SS^'Sietea?sv&"��'" '��"=: ��-
"Ciiy Ja||  Debenture
In
be cited as  th
By-law,  1909."     ^^^^^^^^^^^
8.    This  By-law  hefore    the    final
pass'ng thereof, shall  receive the as
sent of the electors of the said  City
the   manner required   bv   law
-.  1     .1      .,��.i     ��.-     . ~.��� .    1    Received the assent of the electors
of  In   the   "Dally   N-ws"   and   "IVilly Ln the day of Vuiu
Coumblan      newspapers,   which   first      Reconsidered  and  finally  passe,,
publication   took   place on   the   22nd. open Council the dav of
��sv of July 1909, and that a vote of ,1909 y     	
the electors of th.  r>Uy w|,, )>e ,a){rn
     cause
1.IHMI'
4,61*
,$104,001''
1909, and may jsuiflcie-t to pay the Interest on the
of the
whloh will be taken fnto' consideration
by the Municipal Council of the Citv
Of New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication there
in
on tile said   proposed   bylaw on th6
25th day of Au&ust, 1909, between the
debentures, and to areata a sinking
fund for the payment of the 1 rlnclpai
thereof when due, subject to any Ant
or enactment respecting the same
5. Subject as aforesaid, llic^ g'haii
be raised annually ly specia rates
as aforesaid, during ih��� currency of
the said debentures, the sum of
Eleven Thousand Seven Hundred
($11,700) Dollars for the payment of
'Unrest thereon, and the sum of Two
Thousand  and  Seventy-Four and 52-
time to time appoint,
Incinerator Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
proval of the  holders'   KXJ^/��L  2'   If sha" be Iawfl" 'or !_,��, Mayor!
shall  have attached  to t ,Z     '      "* ,0  Ca,,Sfi   ""^  nnn,her  of  drbontn __
for  the payment of lme   ^t    nTZ % ,* iT^'    n0t  ��WiJ_.S  thl
rate of five per centum ITI      '  the ^h0,<> thf- ",,m of  ����"   Hitnd.M  nnd       a   r,   ,   .     ,11 ol
the  amount   thereo    mw���|.Hnr:m��.  F��"r V^ssttt}   (l_04.000.00    "n_Ha��� _i,A/S_-ta7 to enab,e '"" I*
shall   be  paya' I,,  half ye   T   lnt0r?1 for   8l,ch    8,,nis   of   money    af mav     '��,City ��f Nl>w Westminste; v ����'*
first of .lantiarv '-, ,. n,     . y  on  lhn be    required,    not    in,q *hnn tim,-,- ,,y Ionn ,ho sum of Twenty Thoow��J
said coupons shall  ll.i' i,nd th'0 '"    Pounds, sterling    of     ,h��   it��� ,,   nf  hl,"'Hng an  Incinerator,
said May-r. ' ''e H'CTc<J ^ the ed   Kingdom of   (Jreftt   firffiri   nn 1'     Whehw' lf ,s <'!t"r("(,n' f",r -"����� S
A    special    rate on  ���.     . ..      Ire,an(1.    �� a value  nf 4.RA. "_ ._" P/ovement  of  sanitary  conditions
City Clerk.
shall   bo  levied
on   lh
A sec   .      .4       i"""mi
4.866  to the the   City
Inclm
���iter
Mayor.
ny    tne     And Whereas. It annears that I
rnoii-
tlw SATURDAY,
AUGUST  7,  "09.
THE  DAILY  NEWS.,
ii Jj
PAGE _-V__i.
-,     _..,, ,  i���"0 000-00. Division of New Westminster Distie ,
"- Twenty '1 hous.'id (JZO.uui    /                                 ad(lre^ ,., ls t
..:-    ^    """"'" i'l^'Z  tin- paiion  of    the  applicant   is  tiv   V,, ���*.
:""",��_-.ti..n  will couver     Pow.r     Company,     Limited ,'" lu,��
r ^e rate of "J��u^ bead offlce point  ot
|,e returned to  bay
fc-r, ut -uur _____ is txpedien    . _^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
taxation  should   be Vancouver. British ..Columbia
________    '*     .;aid  sum should   lv   	
. ������ tUe credit of the Corpor*
"' a  debentures should  bo
I
d '
,  .,     j,*,.. 'hore   of   Kees  island
and the differ- one ��    the Anderson
en point of di- |Jun.    .,,-,
the Citv ni   ..;,. '..',. 7"\ ''"'lM  ot'    rolurn'    !*��� [whole island,
��� ��� is io be returned to river near imore or less
12,600.000, divided""_K |v ---and di.Terence of e.e-
group.     Dated
Applying   for   the
containing   lGo acres
Led for thai  :""<ni"''
I eas, forth
..n   the
''        ,, ;  under this
paynien'.  ol
debentures   proposed
By-Law, and
capital _M
2,500,000   shares   of    $1.00    each,  all
fully paid up.
(..)  The nam,.-  of  the  lake,  ,v
or source   (if unnamed, the descrip
tion  is  an    unnamed    creek   co
[rom   the     northeasi     emptying   Inl
Mlslllloet river, North    Arm  Burrard
- sinking fund (orthepay- Mlslllloet river, North    Ann Burrard
f leben-tures whendue, Jnlet (Indian River) at or about torn
ssary to rais.- by gpee.ai  m;lt.s Uom ilB mouth.
��'!1 on to  all   Other  rales,,     (t,   Tho   1H.lMt   of   divi.,i()I1   p.   ,,
��� n ; oint of di .v.,Ion and'
i ' about 300 feet.  1.11
lan I  int. nde 1 to  be
proposed works  will i
acres,     (ki   Thi.   no-
i  on  the   7th   dav  of
d application    win   be
1 oiiiiiiissio.'ier
August   1000.     II)   Give
the nam
r
1'   ed dun.
ALBERT HUNT,
H.  FORD, Agent.
Cth.  1.09.
1 Ct   Ol   I i ast   Range One.
I     -   none.-  that  John  Johnson   ot
��'      nver,  B.  C, occupation,    sale.
the |���an- '"tends to apply tor permlssloi
following   descriu-L
���
t
MARKET
REPORT
md One
i,i addii on to ��� h
��� the curr-ncy of the avi
,' '   ��� .     y. sun. "1 One ThOU. t.���,.k  with Bald river.
B^   . |v3 and Seventy -seven
��� vnivO ($H"-:;|�� Dollars.
IJ ;'' . In order to raise tho
M^;  .������, Of One Tbotisi
l��dreJ hilars an equal   ipM
wlll   be  requ:red    _   be
",:     y���,\, rateable prop--rly
f Ie��� Westminster;
^   \v    reas    '"e   whole  rateabl
n,
to   purchase  th
and addresses of aiiv  ri-1 '";.
__^^^^^^_ ^^^_     -Parian  pro rletors or licenses who or      <���'""menc-nig  at  a  post  planted  on
miles  fom   th.- Junction  of said  who .. land    i.e [ikely to be affected i,/'0"'1 shore of John island, an is-
(dj- The quantity of water applied ,'or
for   (In cubic    feet  per  second),  IGu
cubic feet per second.
ie), 'ilie     character   of     the
,1 Seventy-seven and 80-100  1W!il j  works  Is  the diversion of saiO
-��� lul rate p,.^ ^y meang of dam, ditch. Hume,
hy the proposed wori_B,~either above l]*?* ,between Kees island and Davies
below the outlet,    B. F. DicktaB, I18,!La,��d' .. Da.ted- -_une 6th, 1909.    Ap-
the
Mid.
I
Ithe I-1
ll-Of.
natural waterways, tunnels and  pipes,
and   the   establishment  in   connection
therewith of a water power plant lor
the whole ratennie ^ Keneratlon of   ektetriclty for me-
f the said City, according ci_;ini(-ai,   industrial   ami commercial
evlsed  assessment   roll  purposes  and particularly  in  thi   op-
.Mi,lions.  Three  Hun-  erallon of motors, machinery, electric
391,446.
v-one Thousand^Four nK...i_K.  tramways    and other works
Forty-Five  ($5 ""*
as, Hu
(i and ���������
.dred ^^^^^^^^
|DH0lWherea��   the total amount of
��**��       .   '.,-ure  debt  of   ths
One Million,    Two Hun-
.M-
CU>Kinete-n  Thousand One Hun
.um  of   Three   Hundred
jU19.1OO.d02 dollaw.^e^eotiTe  t'uHn'iTand all and -very Industrial <
Other   purposes   tO   which   it   may   be
applied.
(I)  If the wale,- Is  to be used  tor
power or   mining    purposes  describe
the place where the water is to be returned  to som,
the    difference
for which  such light, heir  and power
are suitable and available
(f). The premises on whlcb the
water is to be used is to generate
electric power, light and heal for
traction,   lighting,     heating,   iiianuf
,,.wi...r .,-.1  ..n  i
and
__,. Eight    Thousand     (.878,000.-
',,'���..., I roposed to be raise, un-
i  Debenture, "y-aw
Waterworks Deb- nture By-
.        Street   improvement
the    "Incinerator  Deity-law  1909," aad the "City
',;,,.,.   By-law   1909,"   or
kijoneo. the principal or inter-
is In an- ars.
..,;,. the Municipal Coun-
of ���,, Con oration of the City of
, Westminster enacts as follows:
I.�� be lawful tortus Mayor
the raid City to raise by  way ot      m   ._.     _
ft       ��� ��� y ~"n ,)r I'-r-^as, ibod
,,,1,;, ..rate, who may be will
1 '' VIIK . the same on the credit' works will not exceed 80 acres.
..'TY ., hereinafter men- U). This notice was posted on the
,h;,d ,v ,r sums of money, "th, 14th 10th l'Jth day of July,
fiin I, be wholo the sum 1��M>. and application will be made to
Ctf?UUd%mO00 0ol D* giCmnjl,s.Ion-r on the 20th day of
,. same to be paid *W��, iMU��-
_ _ Dated, June filh, ."His.
Vancouver, B C " 'IPVag for the  whole  island   contain-
The pan   v   the    Memorandum  or j,ns r'�� acres more or less.
'elation   of  the   Company     which; JOHN  JOHNSON,
ithorlzed   the   proposed   application Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
and works, reads as follows: j    Dated June Cth. 1909.
1 !l    The    objects for    which    me,��� '	
Con b established and to whloh     Diatrtet of rv_.,  d_-
objeets  the  Company are   restricted     III.lYg\?nY
-���y- a psavsroSfe- ?fi*,ssa u_ is. ____:
structlni    operating  and  maintaining [the
electric  works,  power  hous
+#+���:+ .��������.���=�����*����������-���*��������*���
The market yesterday was satisfactory considering the large number of !
sellers kept at  heme by the haymaking  and  the  many  buyers absent on
holidays.       \ good day's business was
done, mo.-i  lines ol  produce linding a.
satisfactory  sale       The   demand   tor
hens weaken d from last week, while
the supply oi    green    potatoes /being!
larger than the demand  prices  ruled
lower by several points.     There was
a  good  auction  sale of horses, cows, j
and harness by th,   three auctioneers.
Meat   and   Fish.
.Meat sold w.il considering, t.tie
warm weather, Al1 beef offered MM- I
e__ily. while mutton and lamb had an
equally good demand. A lair call 8*r i
veal and a good average requirement
for pork were noted. Fisli sold at
the old figures tor salmon, halt in and.
smelt,   fi) cents a pound', uud   1-   l--c
mmencing at a post planted on
s     , n-r i northeast   shore   of    Owl   island
and   conveniences   as    are   necessary I more or le
and proper for the generating Of elec-1
trici.y. or electric power, or any other Per s   H_  FQRD   A
f"rl" ol    lev, oped  power,    and    fori    Date_ June fith   1909
transmitting the same to be usvd by1 '
.be
ess.
JAMES  WATSO.m,
'tlie
1909,
|a�� 19^-
L)e;i
Companv or by  persons or com-1    _, . ,       ,   _ _
panies contracting with the company      .J,*,��t of Ooast Range One
therefor, as a  motive power for the      li,k�� notice that Bergeta Anderson,
operating of  motors,    machinery   or \{-��s to apply for pwmlsslon to pur-
V- i.., ._ , .- 'of \ ancuuv _r, B. C, occupation, lady.
 . .. ,-lwtric Hit). ,,g or other works or^to following described lands:
natural channel, and lbe a""ll;J   '-v   ,Qe Company to con-     Ccmmenci      at a post planted ln
in   amtude between 18umera for heatln�� or as a    nlollveL
point of diversion and lniint of iv
I turn. The water is to be returned
'to the North Arm of Burrard Inlet
at or n>ar the place where the present power house of the applicant is
situated. The dlfferenc ��� Of eli ration between point Of diversion and
jrn is about 2200 feet,
(j). The area of Crown land intended to be occupied by the proposed
power for propelling tramways  or fon!h,e b,a" at northwest corner of Maud
driving     hauling     lifting,   'pumping, ;:,sland'  ,he larS��8t   island  In   the   In
h' s.    .     i    fv..,an  group.      Dated  June 6th,  1909.
Poultry and Egg.
The large supply of poultry met
with a limited demand, with prices
slightly lower:. The demand was
good for chickens ai'd broilers, while
eggs all sold r.-atfiiy at from _5c
wholi sale,
A  good   offering, of   diu-ks  tonal   a
brisk demand, for-well- grown litnts.
Plowers a*d Fruit.
The flower stallH were welt Blfced
with Bweet peas, ___natlons, dah Hub
and  other  cul  flbwaHfc      Tla. antitvunt
lighting, crushing, smelting, drilling
and milling or for any other opera-'
tions to which it may be adapted or j
to be used or suppllr-J for or in con
nection with any other purposes for
which electricity or electric power
may ile applied or required, (g) *"or
rend-ring   water   and   water    power
Applying  for  the   whole   island,   containing 00 acres  more  or less.
BERGETA  ANuriRSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
The       ^^^^
lasosciaiiou  of  the
,f the said City for '     ' ne  part of    the  memorandum ot
i���������i...i p  ,i,���    company    which
the company   are   restricted
the    acquisition   of    water    and
and :t> cause I li
tlk, Treasury of
YYl 'r'".Xft��rXnMa or authorizes  the    proposed    application
ZI number of   deb. ntur _  "nd works,  reads as follows:
t made'    ���ot  exceeding   in   the.    O). The    objects   for    which    the
.1   thi si"" 01 Twenty Thousand  company  is established and to which
0,000.00) (Dollars for ��ud_ sums of | objects
ney$100.00aL_. 'orC'equlvalent.w-itier power by records of unrecord
?_____ in MuidB sterling of th�� ed water or by the purchase ot
uSngdom of Great Britain and I water records or water privileges
hml    at a value  of   4.866   to  the [for.
C sterling' and all such debe.it-1    (a).    Constructing,   operating   and
"s shall .be sealed  with  the    Seal maintaining  electric    works,    power
the   Corporation    signed  by    th�� houses,  generating   plant    and    such
av..r  and   countersigned    by    the other appliances end conveniences as
such oihriare   necesasry   and    proper  for    the
be  there- generating of electricity    or    electric
I power,  or    any    othe  form    of    desalt! debentures shall  belv.lop.-d  power,  and  for  transmitting
yablc OD the tut day of Julv 1909,  the Same to be used by the company
suc_ Dlac. or places as the Coun-.or by .lersons or companies contract-
oftt-Tald CorooraUon may from tag with   the    company  there or   as^
e to tine lol-.i-    with  tbe ap-|a motive power for the operating ot
-v.il of 2 Mieti    th��-3f,    und   motors,  machinery,   or   electric   Ight-
all have attached to them coupons lng or other works   or to be supplied
vtnente   interest    at the by  the   company  to   oonsumers    for
ef flVTper centum per annum on _aaUn�� or as a motive power tor pro-
fe amount Thereof,    -hteb  Interest pell ing fcr*mway��.   or   tor    du mg.
all be t.ava 1��� half  v_a.lv   On   the  hauling,     lifting,     pumping,   lighting,
l��^Mf��*M day of crushing.  -M^fU^^"^
ly in each and everv year  and the tag or for any    other operations    to
il��:l l 'sS   by  tlie  which it may.be adapted    or    to   be
��� ��,.' - i used or BUpJlllea for or in connicuou
t   A   special    r,te  on   the   dollar  with  any   other   purposes    for  which
s' r,te on      e    each electricity or electric power may be
required
���easurer thereot, or by
li'son or jK-rsons as may
!l0 lawfully autl.o;'./.' d,
iall  lie levied   and   raised   ta
_, in addition  lo all  other  rates,
all rateable property of the City,
ifflcl.nt to pay the intcr.st on the water power
ibentures, and  to create a slnk.ng |
jinil for the payment of the punclpal i
erKif when due, subject to any Act i
���enactmenl respecting the same.
15.  Subject as aforesaid, ther. shall
raised  annually   by  special   rates
aforesaid, during Uie currency  of
he saiii debentures, the sum of One
Thousand (.1,000.00)  Dollars for the
layment of Interest thereon  and the
Juni of One  Hundred    and  Seventy-
pven and 30-100 ($177.30) Dollars to
provide for the repayment of tlie Prln'
ppal,
6.   The proceds of the sale of the
laid debentures   shall  b*  applied  as. -_
follows, and not otherwise:   Towards |part thereof.
pavlnp the cost  of the    Passing    ot
Rils By-law and  the Issue and sate
Of the flelxmlures therein referred to.
Thlg ny law shall Uke effect on
(th- 25th, day of August 1909, and may
J>e Cited us the 'Incinerator Debenture
By-law. ]|I09.''
8.   This  By-law before   the    final
Ipasslng thereof, shall receive the *s-
         District of Coast  Range One.
available for use, application and dis-1    Take notice  that    Frank Jacobson,
tribntion by erecting dams, Increasing of Vancouver,  B.  C,  occupation, far-
Ihe  head   of water in    any   existing |mer, intends to  apply  for permission
body of water, or extending the area;to   purchase   the  following   described
thereof,  diverting the  waters of  any j'ands:
stream, pond or lake into any other |    Commencing  at  a  post planted  in
channel  or channels, laving or ._rect-]a small  bay on  north shore of Bend
ing  any  line or  flume,  pipe  or  wire;island.    Dated  June  6th.  1909.      Ap-
constructing  any raceways, reservoir, ] plying  for the  whole  island, contaln-
oqueduct   weir,'wheel,    building,    or,tag 80 acres more or less.
other erection or work which may bei FRANK JACOBSON,
required   ln   connection   with  the  lm- j Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
provement and use of thp said water.    Dated June 6th, 1909.
and   water   power  or  by  altering.  Te-1
newing.  extending.  Improving,  repair-j
Ing or maintainine any such works, I    District of Coast  Range One.
or any part thereof.
it fruit _mui,'_u ia was less than
'UHiuJl. owlmi_ to Ui.- seasop for berries
having com* practically to a close.
The. quality ot tbe apples offered
did. nor. cau��e a heavy demand for
than. All small [rult held firm witn
decainiish-g       supplies. Raspberries
hav* ri__n in price, while thei*. -vt-re
staged, a fair quantity of local peaches a* 75c. a cute. Cherries changed
hands at about 8 cents a pound. A
fair supply of plums had a good demand. Bur fruit tree tram bloom.
Tlie- call* for potatoes appeared l'-m-
Ited, <*ving to the time of year.
Official Quotations
Beef,, hindquarters, He 10 M_e.
Beef*, -weqiuartecs, �����_ to Ic.
Lain hi. 14c to the pet Rj.
Muttum. per lb., 12c to 13c-
l . Veal, 10c to lie per lb.
Pork, 9c to 10c ver lb.
; 'j Eggs, wholesale, 35c.
; Eggs, retail, 40c.
I ' Butter,  wholesale,  22%c.
j Butter; wtall, S0��.
Fowl, der dozen, $6.50 to $7.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^    J Chicken*, $5 to $6.
Professor Batelli, a pptesBor of soim    . Broilers, $3.50  to  $4.50.
merciai geography in R__e, Italy, :_r-   ; Ducks, $6.50 to .T-50.
rived in    the city last    evening, andl   i Potatoes., per ton, $16 to $18-
proceeded    today     to   VAncou.ver,  e_ j , Raspberries, per crate, $2.
route   for  Alaska.      He is  one  oi   *i   -i Peaches  fhieal)   per crate 75c.
party   of   four   newspap*rmeni im the u | Cherries, per lb., 7c to 8c.
employ   of  the   International   Geogr;. |, , pi-urns, per crate, $1.
phical  Society   at   Berlin,  all  touring. . ' Apples, per box, $1 to $1.25.
ITALIAN PK0FESSOK
walking: arm ira
Alfredo Bat.tli Visits Whstmincter En
Route for Alaska*���Maternal
For Giogran-y,.
VANCOUVER   POWER   COY.,   LTD.
(Signature)   F.  H.  W.  Hope,    A. E.
Beck, Directors.
J. V. Armstrong. Secretary.
P. O. Address, Vancouver, B-O.
[Seal of the Vancouver Power Co'y.,
Ltd.]
LAND  ACTS.
District of  Coast Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, ot
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
Intends to apply tor permission to
purchase the following described
ands:
Commencing at a post planted in a
Take notice that Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase he following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib island. Dated
June Cth, 1909. Applying tor the
whole Island, containing 90 acres
more  or less.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
New Westminster  Land   District, District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali Of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to pur-
mal, bay on_-.rU. shore of Berry* 1^^ ^^^.1 WSMft
land,  dated  June  4th,  1909
ng for Uie  whole Island, containing
100 acres more or lesa,
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June tth, 190��.
ipplied or .^-,	
Ig). For rendering water and District of Ooast Ramge One.
^^ available for use. appll- q'alie ttot.ce that Dora Anderson, of
cation and distribution -by erecting Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, lady-
dams, Increasing the head of water in | intend- to apply tor pernii.ss.on to pur
any existing body of water, or ex-|c__ase the following desert, ed lands
tending the area thereof, diverting
the waters of any stream, pound or
lake Into any other channel or channels, laying or erecting any line or
flume, pipe or wire constructing any
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, weir,
wheel, building or other erection or
work which may be required in connection with the Improvement and
use of the said water and water-
power or by altering, renewing, extending, Improving, repairing or
maintaining any such works or any
Northeast  corner of lot 1469.  thenc����|
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains
thence north to coast, thence follow
iiug the coast line    to  point of  com
inencement.
WILFRID DOUGALL,
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dated July 21st, 1909.
Commencing at a pon ptaated on
the north shore of KlaoltsU Island, a
small island south oi Turner island.
Dated June 6th. 1909. Applying for
the whole island,    40 acres more or
DORA ANDERSON,
Pe.  S. H. FORD, Agent
Dated! June 6th, 1909.
VANOOUVER POWER CO., LTD.
Slgnaturos: F. H. W. Hope, A. E.
Beck, directors; j. V. Armstrong, sec-
reUry.
P. O. Address, Vancouver, B. C.
[Seal of Vancouved Power Co.. Ltd.J
WATER NOTICE.
sral   .f the electors of th-e said City
In th,   manm.  required by law. Notice Is hereby given that an ap
Received the assent ot the etectors plication wlll be made under Part V
...day of 1909.  ._-��__ _��i_�� ���_. nhtsii
Idered and finally passed In
null the day of	
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that John Olaen, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
Intends te apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a pos* planted In
bay at northwest corner of Davies
island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, co_ta__-
ing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEJM,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated Jane 6th, 1909.
Re part tl acre) ot southeast quarter of section 1_, township 2, N.w
Westminster district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1757a, Issued in
the nam. ot William Oleson, has been
filed ta this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I snail,
at the expiration of one month from
ihe- date of the tirat publication hereof in a daily newspaper published In
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to me ta writing.
W. _. KHITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Land Registry Offlce, New West-
mfaa-sr. B. C August 2, 1909.
CITV OF NEW WESTMINSTER
(on th
Re,
��� Open
I'...;.
City Clerk.
Mayor.
of the "Water Act, 1909." to obtain a     District^!I Ooast Ran^, One. ^
license ta  the New Westminster DI-     T.nke^��Me  u_t    0C��upaUon, tar-
vision of   New Westminster  DUtriCt. ��   Vanoonve    _      ,    �� ^
(a)   The name, address and OOOUPS   ��  ^urchaTO  the following  described
tion of th. applicant Is the' vancou   o v
ver Power Company, ^ll^'vh^!    Conimenctng at a post planted on
Its head offlce at the dty of Vancou j      80Ulhe88t shore in a small bay on
PROF.  ALFREM  BATTELLI
NOTICE.
Tak notice that the above Is a
tru. copy of th- proposed By-law
*1>|< h will be taken Into consideration
hy th. Munlci'iial Council of the City
of New Westminster one month from
"te date of the first publication there        ,�����_,�����_ ���_-_.  -- ���    - ,.,_
of in  the -Dally  News"  and  "Un'y |mouth of the river, (d) The <luain"yr
Columbian'
ver British Columbia, and having a
capital of $2,500,000 divided into i.-
500,000 shares of $1-00 each, all ����>
paid up. (b) The name of the 1��W,
stream or source, Mlsl loet River,
North Arm, Burrard Inlet, (tad an
Rive.), (c) The point of divers on
Is situated about 12 miles from the
newspapers, whloh fi��t \ot water applied for In cubic feet P"
��� "'second, 800. (e) The character or
the proposed works, a *** EJ��
plant for the generation o electricity
for merohanlcal, Industrial and com
merciai  purposes, and r%r_cularlj   in
. tl Mcatlon took plac* on the 22-d
day of July 1909, and that a vot. of
the electors of the City wlll be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
?r,th day of August, 1909, between the
ii'mrs of nine o'clock a.m. and flYe P-
w., at the following places, hame'.y.
Th. Council Chamber, civic building;	
'lie Flre Hall,    Sapperton;    and tte| such'light, heat and power are
waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh able and  available.      (f)    |lu'  ' h���
8t,ett- , mlses on  which  the water Is to .���
W. A. DUNCAN, used ,��� 8ltuated at or near high < ��e
City Olerk.     I .<- -. -��-     ����- ��f the rivei.  ts'
_ City Hall,  July 22nd, 1909,
the operation of motors, machlney,
electlc WghBing. the operatloti o
tramways and other works for wmw
mark at th�� mouth of the rivu-
The purposes for which the *ater
Compton   Island.     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.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, carpenter, intends U) apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: ,_��_.��__
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island-
Dated, June 4th, 1909. Applying for
the whole island, containing 80 acres
m��re0r,e88-JACOB JACOBSON.
Per 8. H. FORD, Agent
Dated June 4th. 1909.
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL PIPE.
Tenders will be received hy the undersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at 8:00 p.m., for supplying about 74,-
600 feet of steel pipe, with an inside
diameter of 24 inches, and about
16,000 feet of steel pipe with an inside diameter of 12 inches.
Specifications may be seen at the
City Clerk's offloe, City Hall, or at
the office of Messrs. Hermon & Bur.
well, Vancouver, B. C.
A deposit of an amount equal to
five per cent, of the contract price
must be made with each tender, by
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C,
July 10, 1909.
The time for receiving tenders as
above has been extended untl. August 16, at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
on foot, wh�� are 'a��ag-d_ in combing a worliii geognnjhy ta he. translated Into, English,. Fren_j__ Gerj__u_
and  Italian;.
Batelli'!. special work is, to study
the industrial, commercial and geographical, features <t_i the countries, he
visits. T_e party started, from New
York oni October 7, taking different
routes uy,��r the owatry. From Alaska tlniy. return to. San Fwncis<>i, and
will sail for the Orient. The ��rotes-
sor speaks six languages, and ts correspondent for several, newspapers.
His tour ~vlll last four years, at the
end ot which __ will, receive $20,000.
Boy   Burned   at  Lake.
Montreal,. Aug. 2.���One boy was badly burned, and another slightly, at
Outremont, a suburb of Montreal, today, during, ai game at "Indian." Two
older boys Ufld their young companions to a stake and then built a flre
around them, according to the regulation torture. The 7lctlms' clothes
caught fire and caused serious lnjur.es
before help arrived.	
LAND REGISTRY   ACT.
Only Xtxi Suntivora.
Cape Town. Aug. S*���Ten bodies
h.'*.,t? been sraahed as hor. and ten
sarv.tv_.rs haw reached land in a
lifeboat from the English steamer
Mia_ri. whlcfc. weat down near here
Hist night. The Maerl. en route bere
from New Zealand, carried many passengers, tbnugh the exact number Is
not known. An unknown number
eadaped in ttfebosta. Searching parties are at work all along the shore.
Connecticut   Repeals   Blue   Laws.
Hartford, Conn., Aug. &���Both
houses of the Connecticut legislature
yesterday passed a bill repealing the
so-called "blue laws" relating to Sunday observance, which forbid almost
every form of recreation and secular
activity. The laws are relics of
1722.
to be used ls to generate electric P"w
ier, light and heat for t��*ctlo"'f,"g"U
en��� ling heating, manufacturing ana    n��
���   !!ce '�� hereby given that an ap- and every Industrial or_Otnwr_ P��nj    Jf
WATER NOTICE.
NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that tihe
���Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited," having applied to His Excellency the Governor-General ta Council
for the approval of a certain site for
the  construction    of   certain   booms
District of Ooast Range One.
Take  notice  that  Albert  Hunt, or
Vancouver  B. C, occupation  farme�� ��� -   --        ,    ..      _.,.
intends to a__ly for permission to an(1 booming grounds m tne fin
��� .. ..-.���_, e.,������   ���.. _. ttllue,.w .__.-  ..... (1) iii'uVchase the following described Rlver ,��� th District of New West-
Meat ion wil] be made under Part V. to which lt may be applied. U) ,PuT?nase .ne - minster. Province of British Colum-
of the "Water Act, 1909." to obtain the water ts to ^ used for powr lanas. ted ln deposited with the Honora-
a license    ln  the    New  Westminster mining   purposes  describe   tae   v            t,omu��,uuus  _i       k-
ble the Minister of Public Works, at
Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a description of the site thereot, and have
also deposited n duplicate of each In
the office of the Registrar of Deeds
for the said District of New Westminster, in which district said works
are proposed to be constructed, in ac
cordance with the requirements ot
Section 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
.tatutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated June 24. 1909.
WHITESIDE   &   EDMONDS.
Solicitors for
I.tt River Uumber Co., Ltd.
Take notice that aa application has
been made to register Annie Ryder
as the owner in lee simple, under a
tax sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher
to Annie Ryder, bearing date the 13th
day of Octob><_:, A. D., 1006 of all and
singular that certulti parcel or tract
of land and. premises situate, lying
and being, in the d strict of New
Westminster, in the province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 2., Bl_ck
1; Lots 8, 9,. 16 and 17, Block 4; Lots
1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, E_ook 6; Lots 4,
., 12, 13 aad 20, Block 0; Lots 1, 8, a..
16 and LI, Block 10; Lots t. 8, 9, 16
and 17, Block 12; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13 and
20, Block 13; Lots 1, ii, a, 16 and 17,
Block. Ur, Lata 1, . 9, 16 and 17,
Block 16;, Lota 4, 5, and 20, Block 17;
Lots L. &., 9, 16 and 17, Block 18; Lot
6, Block 21, all subdivisions of Lot
203, Group 1. L_>ta 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
and 15. Block "K" subdivision of Lot
268, ac_ip 1��� Lots 24, 25, 26, 27, 31
and 32, Block U Lots 2, a. 4, 5, 6. 7.
10, UU, 12, li, 14, 15,1., 19 and 20,
Block 4K Lot 16, Block 5; Lots 1, 8, ��
16 a_di 17,. Block. 15; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13.
and. 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
203. Gaeup 1. Lot 7, Block 4 of
Lot. 2_7. Group 1, Map 174.
Y'W. and those claiming through or
under you  and. all persons claiming
anj. interest ia the said land by virtue
ot, any unregistered   instrument, and
aU. persons  claiming any interest in
the said land, by descent, whose title
is. not registered under the provisions
lot the "Land Registry Act," are re-
autre, to contest the claim of the tax
purchaser within twenty    days  from
!jthe date  of first publication of this
notice upon you, and In default of a
caveat ��c certificate of    lis pendens
being filed within such period, or in
default of    redemption   before registration, you and each of you will be
forev��  estopped  and  debarred from
setting up any claim to or ta respect
of tbe said land, and 1 shall register
Annie Ryder as owner thereof in fee.
And I hereby order that publication
of this notice for twenty days in a
daily  newspaper    published  in   New
Westminster  will be good and sufficient service thereof.
Dated at tbe Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 4th day of August, A.
a, 1909.
W. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Charlotte Cooper, James Anderson      Laldlaw,   J.   Laldlaw    Estate,
George F. Wells,   William Marchant
Smith, Edward James Thain.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
���nee 'Phone in.     Barn   pnoue \$T
Columbia Street
Baggage   dellvereo   promptly   to
any part ot tba city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
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PAGE EIGHT.
THE  DAILf  HEWS.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 7
Something
Special
Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
and to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
I Rose
Snips!
THESE ARE MADE ESPECIALLY FOR CUTTING AND
HOLDING THE FLOWER AT
THE SAME TIME. SUITABLE FOR SWEET PEAS AND
OTHER   FLOWERS.
t Anderson & Lusby :
COLUMBIA STREET.
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JUNIOR LACROSSE CUP
WILL PASS TO WEST END
Championship    Won on     Matches Al- ;
ready  Decided���Sapperton   Easily
Defeated  Last Evening.
West End won the junior lacrosse
champion.-lip last evening by defeating Sapperton by lour goals to one,
and with it take the Adams cup.
Tim Mahony refcreed, and there WUii
no Score in the first quarter. In ta.-
second A. Russell netted for \\ .. I
E2n. . and ���'. .Johns obtained a goal u
the next quarter. 'n the fourth I'.
Sangster scored twice for West El"'
and St Dolan registered the only tally for Sapperton. The timekeepers
wer,. Feeney (W-?st End) and W. Pat-
chel] (��� Sapptertoh), and umpires, A.
Watson (W. E.) aud K. MacKenzie
(Sapperton).
The teams were:
West End���Goal, G. Feenay; point.
F. Battson; cover, E. Gregory; iiv
fence, E. Cooper, J. Phee and '���
O'Connor; centre, J. Burr; home field,
L. 3ungster, O. Wilkle and A. Russell; outside, P. Sangster; inside, .1
.Johns.
Sapperton���Goal, A. Fallis; point.
L. Carroll; cover, W. Patchell; ib'
fence, W, Fallis. G. Atkinson, R. Cormier: c(.ntre, W. Sclater; home field,
1-,. Gllianders, H. Sclater, x. Campbell; outside. M. IXilan; inside, \\
Harvry.
The  jiosition  of the teams  is now:
Played. Won. Lost.
West End "> ii       0
Sapperton i 1        :!
East End  1        1
Salmon Bellies
Will Noi Default
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORK
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop
USE
MUIR. MOSQUITO Oil
TO  KEEP THE MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
LADIES:
We have a large and umo-date assortment of girls' and misses'  dresses  In  sizes up  to 16 years.      Prices from 75c up.
Ladies  blouses ranging up to
6."  to clear at, each
. .95c
THE WHITE HOUSE
(Continued from Page 1.)
topic of conversation among fans yesterday evening. Opinion was divided
some favoring a default, and others
claiming that it would be more sportsmanlike to play the game, and take
whatever was coming.
Do Well to Play.
On the whole it would seem that
the boys did well in deciding -o play.
The best reason that fans could put
forward for postponing was that it
would serve to bring Con Jones to
time. The answer to that is that the
time for that sort of -thing is past.
Three weeks ago New Westminster
made certain demands as to referees
and the Labor Day game. A meeting of the B. C. L. A. was held to discuss the matter, and that was the
time for the Salmon Bellies to have
made Con Jone�� toe the mark. That
meeting was held on the Friday before a game and if the Salmon B.l-
lies were not satisfied with the deal
handed ��tu to them, they should have
defaulted then, and not left It until
now. By playing the game on July
17���the first game in which they were
beaten���New Westminster tacitly
acknowledged its agreement to 'he
terms arranged ait the meeting on the
previous night.
At the time the News advised a default, lf the club was not satisfied
#vith the deal. The club, however,
saw fit to play, and by so doing accepted  the arrangement.
Only One Man Off.
As to the argument that N.w Westminster is not in snape to play, it can
jonly be pointed out. that the men
Ihave bad two weeks to gei into shape,
J and that if th.-y are not in condition
i now a week additional would make
I little difference. Doughy Spring, who
lis unable to play this Saturday would
j probably be abl��� io play next, but the
I absence of one man f-om the team
lis hardly an excuse for postponing or
defaulting a game.
On the whole it would seem that
the Salmon Bellies in deciding to
play have taken the most sportsmanlike course.
Lineup  of Team.
The team will probably line Up as
follows:       Goal,     Gray;     point,   Gal-
���hraiith;   cover point,    T. Gifford;  defence   field,     Marshall,   J.   G:ffor,|,  G.
IRennie;   centre,     T.     Rennie;     home
[field,    W.    Turnbull,    Wintemute,  L,
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Turnbull
, Latham.
Hail'ey
.<___>.-_. ���&. MdMEiSffiBHBHjEL
outside, G. Spring; inside,
Spare, Lund.
Wilson of Ladner has signified thai he will be una ),, to act as
on,, of the officials today, and his
place will b,- taken by Percy Peele.
The other official is W, Moresby ol
Victoria.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Thso. P. Young. Prop.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
LAND
SPECIALISTS.
ESTABLISH El
1891
INCORPORATED
1905.
NOTICE TO  HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
lo ibe placed on the Household Voters'
List will be recelv-d at the city clerk's
office up to the^flrst dav of November,
1909. W.  A.  DUNCAN,
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerk.
���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
FOR SALE.
Blacksmith   Shop
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Pictures    and
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
AND
OUTFIT COMPLETE |
This is a great opportunity for anyone
desirous of securing -a good business.
For full particulars apply to
Program changed Monday, wea-
nesduy and .Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
2.30 p. m. *__,�����
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. j
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STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY.
LADIES' SUMMER
Costumes
Serviceable little suits, suitable fer many a pleasant
outing occasion or afternoon wear. Made of spotted
Print, Brilliant, Lawn, Muslin, Percale, Duck, etc.
They are two-piece costumes with three-quarter
length and full-length sleeves, all neatly trimmed
with insertions, laces, folds and pleats. A splendid
opportunity presented through this offering of securing a real bargain. Sizes 32 to 42. Regular
price $5.50 to $7.50.   On sale, each,
A SPECIAL  UNDERSKIRT
OPPORTUNITY.
LADIES' BLACK AND TAN
COTTON   HOSE,
20c PER  PAIR
About 10 dozen ladies black sateen
cotton moreen and white cambric,
underskirts on sale at, each   ��� ��� ���    95c
Nothing skimpy or Inferior in tha
makeup of these skirts. Some are
full size, nicely finished with wide
flounce and frills in plain, hemstitched
styles; others have accordion pleated
frills. All the white cambric skirts
are finished with hemstitched or embroidered edged frills. Sizes are 38
to 42 inches. Regular values, fl.25;
on sale each 95c
DARK COLORED APRONS,
50c   EACH
Suitable for children 1 to 5 years
of age. Aprons are made from dark
polka dotted print, serviceable anil
durable in every way. A special lot
to clear, each 50c
WONDERFUL VALUES   IN
CHILDREN'S   APRONS,
25c  EACH
Customers wonder at the marvelous
value of these white lawn aprons for
the small folk. Made of good quality lawn and trimmed at yoke with
ruffle bfruling and ribi.on bow; bottofti
finished to match. Small sizes only,
on sale, each    25c
LADIES'   TRIMMED   HATS,
$3.50 EACH
��1 e
About   2   doz
attractive summer
aiioiii _ tioz.-n attractive summer
hats yet on the bargain table. They
are all Imported shapes trimmed and
fashioned by skilled hands Into creations fit for the most fastidious In
taste. It ls a question with us or
petting these various models out of
the way of the new fall arrivals. The
price is but a fraction of their real
worth.
Visit the millinery Bection and he
convinced of the wonderful value,
each $3.50
Thirty dozen fine cotton lv In
sizes S 1-2. 9, il 1-2 and 10 inch, fast
color per pair, 20c 3 pair for , ...50c
LADIES PINK COTTON HOSE IN
tan, black and white, 8 1-2 to '''
inches.
MEN'S HEAVY WOOL SOCKS, in
black, or heather mixtures.
Full ranges of sizes In all the abovi
lines.    On sale per pair 25c
UNION CASHM-ERE HOSE
BOYS'   THREE-QUARTER   SOCKS
4 to 8 1-2 inches in size.
CHILDREN'S PLAIN AND OPENWORK SOCKS. In white, tan, cardinal, sky. pink and black.
GIRLS'  PLAIN  COTTON  HOSI
tan,  black and  whit     all  sizes
LA DUOS' BLACK JTTON H""1-
witi. balbriggan soles.
LADIES' PLAIN AND R1BB_U
CASHMERE HOSE, slz-es 8 1-2 lo ID
inches.
In   today's  showing of  25c   H" ���
are;
BOYS' HEAVY RIBBED COTTON
HOSIERY.
GIRLS' FINE RIBBED COTTON
HOSIERY.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' UNION CASH
MERE   HOSE.
A HUNDRED DOZEN
HOSIERY,   25c   PER   PAIR
Hosiery of every description ;
Ladles', ' Misses, Girls and Boys.
Through the special display of relia
ble hosiery kt this popular price ��"
demonstrate our ability to give ������'
customers tliP best value and the Widest  range from  which  to select.
% S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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