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 FIRE
INSURANCE   .
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
[SOCKEYE SWARM       ���t increasing
IN THE RIVER1  m mm mm
LIFE
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
260 Columbia St.    Phone 85.
FIVE CENTS PET. COPY.
at
Traps Are So Full That They
Can Hold No More Fish-
J3i�� ('arches Last Night.
Many   Letters  Are   B.ing  Attracted  to
Fraser Valley by Judicious Cam-
paign���Business Chances.
m mi mm
USI -OIK Of MATCH
CKET. AGAIN STOIIM
CENTRE UF NEAK EAST
INDIAN WOMAN CUT
AS RESULT Of fRAY
Van
|    The publicity campaign which  pi
��� tic-ally began last year is now bearing
The big sockeye run is at last on. ;frult. and New Westminster is now
.t (I encement of the weekly j upon   all   the   maps.       Sine-  the   a,,
v.. the   canners   had   prac- pointment  of Mr. Sttiart-Wad,- ,,
ess irZ^s^^yr^^^ato andpub-
:���'���" l th9 flsh were passing  Uclty <��nai*sloaer  he  has    pen'   a
a. river In swarms. When tb.- |J|,S-V ,mic' communicating with fresi.
ermen put out again last night the |sources ol publicity and c ctlng
m ,..'.���,. still running, and early ��W and Inaccurate reports which up
ih. evening  some  immense  hauls   "',"1'', l"'"-''1"   have  been   i.tiinvivd,'Sanird,,     i.i,,.,,   Westminster demon
(',1:.. and allow,,, to go year after year un   strated tl
Got 500 Fish. '...."" because it was no one's sPe-!iesB
couver fans Make Ugly Rush For  Percy   Peele   Who
Is Struck in Dressing Room    Splendid  Showing
Of Champions Secures Unexpected Victory- Greenshirts Resort to the
Slashing   Tactics.
Turkey   Will   Take   Resolute   Attitude
in  Impending  Negotiations���Job
For Concert of Europe.
Washington,   \ .
stand  by  what >li ���
'in  her controversj
���Turkey    will
regard her rights
-   - ..e.r-., with Grsec over
the island of Crete.    Such ls h'-r attitude
Young White Man Also Occupies Hospital Cot-Police Investigating Affair.
As
uiuoe as communicated .0 the Unit- iwhll.h I, T"' ��. " <lrU"k":' aff''''y
ed  States  sun.   Department and    to   I T ,"V''' '":" S'"ui;iy morn-
ing.   an     Indian
::
T1"      ' v""'ed again happene |
���' crippled and be.  i bj end-
': I      "������      they   are   sun     the
In the river close to the city several   claJ duty to look after these matters.   , ^^^^^^^^^
 '    The  Inquiries    this    summer  ba\    ���amp;on hip   lacrosse   team  ol    ihe
to p]
off.
Tl,
iy again after he
th.
woman    is  in    st.
in.l  a  young  white
mi,i.in hospl-
a co-
been large, and from classes of people world,   and   thai   whatever
who  wil]   make  excellent   Bettl-ers   in' Dav-e
the Fraser valley if th- gi ������| .,...(| ��� '^______________________________i	
sown can be judiciously watched and  a tot)acco 8tand. to show off the Minto   reputaion
tended   until   iln-   harvest
when  inquirers    are    brought  to   t|,.- i^sied
j ,1,,. i. hi       i'  got   practically   all
llk j_|, ii,, eould get into their
at��. Some reported that their
leatefc-s. " -Id tally 500 after they bad
Ijeei Ashing foi only a few hours
ITie flshernii n stated that -hen the
close season came to an end the tide
vras unusually favorable, and that this
largely accounted for ihe immense
catches. \ was the catch early
Id tlu- nlgln �� very Irregular, some
5 tlie fishermen getting 500 and 600,
Mile others -"' on'v average hauls.
It was expecti 1   that  owing   to   the
Ijthan.e I iii- ; I the sockeye would ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Seceini- less plentiful as .h,. night A letter lias reached the secretarj
fore on. Tie iverage catch in the fl'"m Honora, Mexico, asking if there
_;i;.. river wlll, tomorrow, probably are any merchants in the city who ar?
Jrove to be aboul 250 or 300. willing   to    handle    oranges  for   the
Traps Were Filled. wholesale In this district,
Thi '. I catches in the river at the      A. prominent  Arm in  Scotland with
(lose Pf lasi week's season and  last   capital to invest In a progressive con
[( largely accounted earn, is willing to    place money In a
the   European   powers,     she is   determined that there shall le no return Mftry s  hospita
to the conditions preceding the Turco-   man  al   the   Royal   Colu
'-MM^ _��K___�� Y'f-'---f- v-:::-'v''',1'::;::,;'--::.,_:
,   v>r       k�� jrvsw? ����� _;v.sr affvas s
- >^s,,sjy___ scs f %xj5i��xz rir_��s_�� lYY
bai n.   .;',""" '"' ������,�����.��..��....���.. ,l���r. ��W   ��.  the progr.nl,. ���_���,,,...,  ,,������ , YY   ������ ' ������,  ' Y","","'
���".,....,.. .en,�� __. ,o .,,_ H, ,.,Y e_��� ���li',;"1""   ;;";,".J_,. '������ -"- ������ w>_ ��_ ..�����.��,., ��� ���" ""���"*'"
���       wm.,   ueoige  Matheson  Justified  ms ln   that   country,  as  contrasted   with  mouth
ound close to tho
as   a
She   was   brought across
city  to  take   up   their   homes  or  else I <_-_-, ,���      ���      ,    -
land  in   the    district       Visitors from      T|SPectators  Br"k  Ove.   Field,
the middle west on both Bides of the another  feature ol  Satur
International   boundary   have coin,   to  'u>- ���   -:,::     which stands out promln
Mr.  '
__ quick   stick   handier the  apparent  indifference  of  the ad-lthaTitv hv"-L.7"_  "���u*ut ,acr��-5 l0
-'"I-  �����   Vancouver as  he  has proph- with a i-artlality for long  low shots,  ministration   of  Abdul   Hamid,  which       s, Z Ys hos,_ !II" \a b'fk
The li.ini-e which  turned out as usual    llwde no Serious eft-nw  ._ h-i-'    .,,    ,   ._   .. '', .  s nosPual, where Sue has
e no s.-rious effort to bring about  been  unable
proved a worker throughou
se,- Mr. Wade, the homes of the 'n lently, and thai was the disgraceful Westminster certainly won
vestigators being particularly Mani- exhibition in the last quarter when game on their superior play, but
fob*, Minnesota, Michigan and Wis be Vancouver officials fell to quarreli- Is no denying that they bad t
cousin.
,     with    the    ball,    except l:   settlement   cf  tbe anomalous   con- herself
O'Bri- i, wbo always waits before puss    ditions  existing in Crete. __W Tlie
Ing.    Lalonde did   nm   fall   s()  often, ���
r give his usual display.   Ernie Mur-I  .A'^ns.  Aug.   S   -The  Turkish  gov
proved a worker throughout
io   give  any   account  of
young   man   has   a   badly   cut
band   ami  oth,-,-   Injuries   said   to  be
due to the same fracas,  but he can-
���-.plain   what   hap-
for  investigation,
probable.
.eminent has communicated to Greece   not   intelligently
t_ie  an   urgent   note   asking   that   she   ex-   pened
tl.ere  Press her disapproval of ihe anu_xa-      The police have the
���.    ���   -o  ax-  tlon   of  Crete,   and   formally   declare  '-    ��� e
ng   among   themselves,    and    Percy  tei '    themselves   in order    to make '"at Greece has no ambitions regarding
Peeli    was assaulted  in  an  absolutely   sood-    il wns a splendid  victory   and   th(" island.    Otherwise, the nuu adds'
unjii. .in.,-de manner, Peele was quite  ,,le   '"'-Vs  deserve    every    encourag.-  diplomatic relations will Severed
righi  ,n e nding O'Brien to the tence  ment  f��r ensuring  the  safely  of  the
and   the  invasion  of  the grounds  by  c'"1'
the spi ciators  was  a solutelj unwar.
rained,     'ihe  slighest     thing"    would
Pekin
matter in hand
and   an   arrest   is
Record  Attendance.
^^^^^^^^^ One   of   the   biggest   crowds,     over
have precipitated a riot, and the fact snov
NAVIGATION   OF AMUR
CAUSES  TROUBLE  IN  PEKIN
SEVEN   THOUSAND  TAILORS
GO OUT  ON   STRIKE
0, which ever watch.-d a match at
���in a ii-sh outoreak from a di
he hour   for   which   the   match
the" traps, to the  H���   mining  or   manufa Jj��"��e polto��� i;a, ,,, dra,  :, eordcm  ReVreatlon   park   assembled   long   be-
in    the    course ne8S. .capable of expansion. I _lH?. Vit__ - B._.gJ.0��m _er..t0 ^ie   f,,re
j,.,,        ihe schools,  the  Ushermen      Collier's  Weeklj
tave be^-n attributing their very me mation concernln.
lum catch up to
een choked bo fu
puW hold no nior
he traps had pra>'
ihole of th
ne remain Ier i
fly passed   roun    ^^^^^^^^^^
bused by ih   full traps.
Owners of traps both on thv island
Ini! on the American side are jubilant They have done as well as It
raj possible tot them to do, the traps
|avlng he.n filled to the limit of their
aelty. Reports trom ihe Amerl-
an ��i,|.  ;ir<. to the ��� ff' cl  that   If the
(psed ��s_wn   had not    fallen   just
hen li ,i.l traps would have ha I to
CUt to lliierntp hundreds of thou-
Aug. 8.���The Chinese Maritime customs house at Algun, on the
Amur river, has been put in operation.    M. Korotovitz. the Russian Min-
New York, Aug. 7.���Seven thousand
tailors went out on strike today In
Manhattan and Brooklyn for a nine-
hour day and the union scale of
wages. Only a small fraction of the
ailors  belong  to  the  union,  but   the
valuable ami  world-wide publication
iContlnueil on Page Three),
BRACKMAN-KER CO.
SELLS ELEVATORS
they were robbed of a win wlvn .very- Game   Pr-te.ted>
tb.ng  seemed  lavorable  it  is  noi  the
fault of the officials who have to pun-      -Iust  bef��re  the    game commenced
ish  dirty  work   of  which  Saturday's President  Con  Jones handed  Refere.
gam,- showed lots Moresby a protest.    The protest was
Springer's treatment of George Ron- based ��" the fact that Judge of Play
nle, and  the blow O Brien administer- l'^'u'-   wll��  was   named   by   President
ed  to Tommy  Gifford  show the  Van- Grav .'' ttu' British Columbia Lacrosse
cou vers   were  out   for  a  win   ai   any association,   was   not   one  of  the   six
price   and  could not  take  a  beating, officials   named   at   the   last   meeting
____��� of the league and was, therefore, not i
qualified  fo- appointment.    The mat
AUTHORITIES EEAR
10 EXECUTE HINDU
eers of that organization say they will
jnot  endorse it.
Tariff   Revision   Expensive.
Washington, Aug. 8.���The tariff bill
passed by Congress last week may-
have marked down some of the schedules, but it is no marked down bargain  for Uncle  Sam.    At  a conserva-
Visitors in Better Form.
ry n   . ., c, -. The first two Quarters lacrosse was ter will come up before the next meet
UlSpOSeS OI All oa\'e iWO, tO as good as f.i.ypn. could wish to watch ing of the B-C-L-A. for decision.    T.ic
���. ... -t      ��� k^1'  'he sp.Ct&tors from this city had \ .iiieotlv.-r officials assume to be great-
111-   Aluei'ta   bruin   Com-  the   pleasure   of  seeing   the    Salmon ly incensed  that W.  H.  Cullln,    who
Hellies show some of their Old Sp-eed refereed   ibe   last   game,   was   not  'Q-
Dany. ln the defence field, and brilliant bor- vlted.    It will be difficult to get any-
i,   ���_���   i     n .j.     .i  tive estimate this enactment cost the
British Government Afraid tJnited states treasury $4,000,000. The
. . _ bell is silent as to the exact dlspoBi-
Ine Execution May Cause;tion of the money.
Trouble Among Natives.
ing tactics in the home.    Cliff Sluing body   to  officiate   If   the  crowd   Is   to J begun   yesterday
  Iwas   badly   missed,   but   his    brother treat   a   man   like   Peele  was   treated.
_, I worked     hard     with     Len     Turnbull Moresby maintained a severe attitude
,.    .. Au.;    s~1'1''    A ,   "ja   around  tbe  net, aud it  took all  Dave towards the Salmon Bellies
Grain company will take ove,- all the  Glbbons. skm t0 ke,,p tlu. 800re down,
Tom  Rennie  held  down  Hennessy  at
Klmonlon.
a i'n co   	
elevators  of  the   Brackman-Ker com-
jpany  on   August   16,   with   the  ex3ep- (.(,nI,v   w,,u    and   only   talled   lf) do
tlon of Edmonton and Strathcona. Ne- ni(���v   through  Moresby's   anxiety to
Igotiatlons for the transfer have been send hilll t(1 the fence frequently, J.
under way for s >m,. time.   The Brack- Qiflford did Bplendld work on  the de-
Bowser Faces  Ball.
Attorney-General      Bowser,
from   his   trip   to   Europe,   faced   the
ball,  and  took  tli-c>  occasion  to  say  a
London, Aug. 8.���A final effort was
 by   ln iian   sui-palli-
izers to prevent the execution next
Tuesday of Nadar Lai Dhingra, convicted of the murder of Sir William
Curzon Wyllie and Dr. Cawas Lalcaca
fresa lat tfle lmPeria-l institute the night of
July   1.
There   is   little   chance   of   the  at-
man-Ker   company   will   devote   iheir
fence, and  Buck Marshall  also  work-
few words to the boys, for which he
was duly cheered.
Springer   intercepted   when   George
etuii . attention after that date to-.bei,- e<rw.,',n.     The  otlwr members of i
milling interests in the two cities, mak-l^g^ngg wer    as (]���iri,.  checking and Renni'* sot the ball from the face-off
1��� -  *- ��� -'' --"-*   -���--' -��������� 'but Westminster obtaining the sphere
Len Turnbull put in a fine shot. Waldo
lng  a   feature  of  rolled  oats  and  cereals.    The  Edmonton  elevator Is  be-  ,I111U, .imi Latham t)olh    }     d beUer
Ing retained for storage ol grain iron, 0_ a   lu)n)(?   dU(, lQ contSimt pracUce
northern  farmers   to  serve  as  a  re- sinCe coaiing back , , s.,MJnr oompany
,|__   0J^ :Lund,   as   spare   was   a   useful   substitute   for   George   Rennie,   whom   the
serve source for the ml"
sale  will  not   sacrifice the storage capacity for milling purposes .v the big
conci-.te lank in Strathcona holds 100,-
000 bushels of oats.
B]   this deal Hi,- Alberta ('.rain company adds uin,- nun-,, elevators   n the
(north, at W.tasiwin, Leduc, Hobbema,
| Ellerslie, Stom y Plain, St. Albert, Bit-
' tern Lake, Fort Saskatchewan and La-
mont.
Vancouver  officials  would  not  permit
Matheson relieved, and Vancouver at-
tacked, but without effect, and Tom
Rennie   opened   the   scoring   soon   af-
(Continued on  Page  Two).
Crowned Heads of Europe
Dabble in American Stocks
tempt succeeding, though there is no
denying the fact that the authorities
(are almost afraid to spring the trap
^that will send Dhingra to his death. Ii
is not a question of sentiment, bul a
plain policy whether the execution
I will do good or harm to tb. British
"raj"  in  India.
Dhingra himself hopes that the effort in his behalf will avail, tie 's
both a fatalist and a fanatic. "1 shall
be proud lo die," he remarked when
the coutt sentenced him an.i be evidently  meant  what be said.
There Is unmistakable fear that the
execution will have a bad effect on
Uu dlsaffecti d pan of 1 idi i's 300,-
COO.OOO population.
TOM   GIFFORD
LEPROSY   NOT   INCURABLE
DECLARES   GOVERNMENT
Washington.   Aug.   8.���The    United
| Siat.-s goveriiin.iii lias gone on record
thftl   leprosy   Is   nol   an   incur.i   le   diS-
j etse.
1 The pension bureau has jus-, removed from the pension rolls John
Early, tiv former solder, who, after
being quarantined her,, for almosi a
year as a leper, recently went to New
York for treatment, .
Or. Alb.ri W. Kihuih*. medical examiner of the bureau, was sent to
New York and representatives having  fn
N w Yi.rk. Aiig. -. -An unconfirmed
report was cui-.nt on Wall street
j. ter lay afternoon to -lv ��� fifed that
King Edward bud made a winning ol
more than a million In United States
Siv-i common.
The rumor was bas, ,1 on the fact
that J, P Morgan, who Is supposed to
know all ilvre is to be known ot steel.
.l,(li>0.il mi   n.i   th;
r.i.l>
he   realize,1
act'on.     H	
In  addition   to  the  twenty-six-point
gain, tie. financial   district
thai   i xtra dividend   declar
steel  trusi  during  the  last  qliar.or 0
WOMAN QUITS HUSBAND
WHO  SMOKES  CIGARETTES
IvOS   Angeles,   Aug.    s._ Ther,,  is  a
considers  woman  in  Los Angeles  whose hatred
d   by   the  |ni' 'l''' cigarette habit is greater than
her   love   for     her     husband.       This
woman Is  Mrs. Caroline Moore, of 24_ !
v:ir  to  thai   sulllJ^______________________________________________________________________.
It   has    become    known    also  that   North   Olive  streei.   who disappeared
German royalty lias been '_y!ng Bteel   from  bar  home  July   LO after selling
and   oilier   American   slocks,   such   as   ber furniture, valued at $1000, for $75,
New    York    Central.    Union   Pacific,      Her husband, VV.  E.  Moore, a ��oll-
ilind been eni.-na.ned at  Windsor cas   Southern   Pacific  ami   Northern   I'aci   cltor,   admits   that   In-  smokes  cigar-
tie by the Ktog while In England, and  u,-. all  of  which  have made substan- ettes,  admits  thai   bis  wife  left  him
iii,ii  an order to buy 50,000 share-, ol   t ia I  advances  to   the   material   benefit   because   he   smoked   them,     but   now
Sti
found   Earlv   working in  a  store un-
ld Om  uv'   -v��f NCW Westminster>   der an   assumed   name,   and   that   he
'r,y  Smash   Over the   bore   absolutely   no  evidences of  lep-
Hcari-" rosv, his pension of $"2 a  month has
^���ws Advertiser Report.       bc_n cut off.
Airship Insurance Now
Finds Place at Lloyds
-    ug, 6.--_l.r the first time   airships.    The underwriters agreed  to
"s,("-y of the I -stltutlon   the
common,    coming    apparently  ()f  .he royalty coffers
.in English source, was executed      \\ hit,,  no such  large
agrees to "swear oft" if she wil] only
sums  are re: return  to him.      Tonight he notified
when tbe stock  was ai  from 50 to ���'-- corded in the case of German royalty   the   police   that   he   eould   not   locate
The Stock  is now selling  al   7(1  1-4 dal,'.ding in American stocks, it  is un- his wife and asked that she be appre
and   those  who  credited   the   English derstood   thai   the  latter  speculations  bended
monarch with the deal estimated thai wer..  very  satisfactory.
GEORGE   RENNIE
nternational  Olympic Champion, Laid
It  is believed by detectives the wo-. Out   By  Blow  on   Head   in   Saturday's
jman Is now in San Francisco. I Gam.  at  Vancouver.
Mortally Wounded in Duel.
Yienna, Aug. 8.���A duel with pistols took place yesterday at Budapest between the manager of a bank,
M Ki-aenkel, and Capt, Jenay, of the
Hussars, who was mortally wounded.
Th,. reason for the duel was an anti-
Semltlc remark made by Capt. Jenay.
Latest Terror of Warfare
nave
been doing business  in
>������ ���������������<���������������������
Th.���
���_
urday
,nlli match  between  West-
i ,     'anil Vancouver Waldo
Lacrosse  Fracas
Saturl'68"11^^ trouble on
���ii   the  close  of   the
couver   .' ��a|: aln of the  Viin"
'    ''""ii,   has
in,.,,, |
be,
n   stnn-
��>uri -YY ]       '_ ""��� ,)ollce
laultin- pS ��V ohar��e <,f as"
"   '""���:��� Peele, tbe Judge
Pl
'���������
pay the total loss at the rate of forty , pr_. tir.   |H   cn���i���_
guineas per cent  in  the event of the M_v   Practice   in   England
English channel being crossed from, London, Aug, 8.���The toilowing
���either side by an airship on or before ; were admitted as members of the
September 30 This was cheerfully Royal College of Surg<_ns: W. J.
paid, and Bleriot's monoplane, while Chambers, T. ,T. Johnston, J. X. Robin London, Is insured at Lloyd's as to erts, of Toronto University; Johnston,
fire, theft or accident for $50,000 at Roberts and W. J. Smith were admit-
t_.ee-qu_.t_rs of one p_- cent Ai- ted as members of the Royal College
though   ���his'is   the  first-.business  of of Physicians.
clare  that   the  invention  will   revolutionize modern warfare.
���������������������
��� ������������������
the kTTid at Lloyd's, the Thames and
Mersey company last year prepared
itself for developments when on revis-
ing its articles It acquired authority
to Include within its scope insurance
of  risks  by   air,  and   it  Is  now  clear
Boy Was Badly Bitten.
Gait, Ont., Aug. 8.���Editor Satin-, hack the minute gun was tired and
land, of the Reformer, returned from a thousand nets all waiting the signal
Qlencoe tonight in charge of his wet'e put into the river, the catch of
young son, who while on a visit to his flsh being Splendid after the weekly
that aviation risks v ill have to be BO- uncle's was bitten severely by a Greai .lose season. Every visitor ex-
Dane dog, his face being terribly lac- pressed del.'ght at the novel and pl
eraied.                                                       | turesque sight.
riously   oganh.I   by   underwriters
business In general.
Approaching the Millenium. _=____��� -     _r_
the minraitim'maj, b_ ��h��Sf?n'any\"*^fis Worked By Wireless
in,,mont,   over  2000   "Oooneyltes"   are i
holding continuous prayer meetings at |
Hailinamallard,    County    Fermanagh. | N H	
The   pilgrims  have   arrived   from   ail I 	
parts of the country  and remarkable;    Y>    .,       ,
scenes are being witnessed Hundreds ��PIU'. Aug. 6.���Wivles* t-ploding ting point, produces a spark in the.
of persons are baptized publiclv in tlu. ,,lllnes are to be the &%** 'terror add apparatus connected with the mine.
r er .very day, and the converts are deterrent In i_oc_ern warfare. The lt.-lBoth anliv n,,d electrical experts de-
sleeplng out in the open air. vention  has  bevn shown here, and  it
 iseem. to work   well.    Alexander Swle-
Excursion  on Transfer tochowskl, a   j|ou_�� Ttnan whose father
steamer Transfer took a large L?r wriT'V* "" Tl *"' Tnl
��� ��� Dane, wnti _T^ has applied tor a patent
n'water,    in tbe trials he attached a _ ���|etomUor to a buried mine,
a party of army otfi-
Me Of them remaining near the
", "'   and the others going to a village
ah0  m seven mlbs away.    At a given
;      _na.l a kev was pressed at the village
;' .n.l  the  min,- exploded.    The experiment  was  successfully  tried    several
lilinea    Wireless telegraphy furnished
-���Ith, basis for the Invention,    An elec
tv-U- wave, transmitted from the opera-
it-    .     . .-u-ei    ."un   a   "UBBIpaper   Wliti
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NEWS.
MONDAY, AUGUST 9.
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 ��ell 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 must of n cessity   know  all   about us
wares.      Use the  advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the times.
WANTED���Girl to assist In house- THOROUGHBRED PEKIN DUCKS
work. Apply 32U Royal avenue, near i for sak. Apply Thompson, 527
Sixth street. Eleventh  street, city.
WANTED���A DININ'U
at once. Apply at
Hotel.
ROOM GIRL FQR
the   Guichon
WANTED ��� POSITION COOKING
and housework by Japanese. Box
546, City.
WANTED���TO
rlshed house,
flee.
RENT,
Apply  at
A      EC It-
News Of-
WAlNTED���TO EXCHANGE, LOTS
in Kitsilano (Vancouver) and Hastings townsite for good lot in New-
Westminster, close in. Address P.
O. Box 565, City.
WANTED���GIRLS AND WOMEN AS
fillers.    Apply  Unique Cannery.
WHITE, SHILES  &  CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and suuurban property,
260 Columbia street.
WANTED���WOMEN AND GIRLS TO ha[jK BR0S & co hTD, REAL E3.
fill salmon cans. Apply Cleeve tate and insurance, phone 335. ISO
cannery, Front street, ^       Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
WANTED���A NURSE GIRL.    APPLY
Mrs.  (Dr.) Jones, Royal avenue^	
SALE���COMPLETE SET OE
Dickens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R481.
FOR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
wagon, democrat, harness; snap
for cash. 352 Sherbrooke street.
Sapperton.
REAL  ESTATE.
LOST.
LOST���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  pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally News office.
LOST���ON SS. TRANSFER, SATUR-
day, July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped pearl attached. Return to
Dally News Office.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone  334.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, bath,
Price 11650. Small cash payment;
.easv terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 308. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and Insurance. Money
to loan,  744  Columbia Street.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO RENT���2 FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply
"Dally News,' Offlce.
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
T>. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOUSU,
with bath, $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
FRUIT INSPECTION
PEEVES CALIFORNIANS
Many  of  the   Shipments    Have  Been
Destroyed at Victoria and Vancouver.
Victoria, Aug, 6.���Calfornia fruit,
particularly iwacnes and pears, ls receiving some rude, jolts of late from
the fruit inspectors stationed here and
���at Vancouver.
For the past two days California
fruit, with the exception of watermelons and bananas, has been conspicuous on this market by Its absence. Two
carloads of fruit were recently condemned at Vancouver, fruit which
had been shipped from the south, and
the same has occurred here where the
inspectors have condemned a large
-amount of pears and peaches intended
for the local market. This fruit is
strictly at a premium, and in fact
there is practically none for sale. As
at present the entire supply of peache.s
and pears come from the south, and
will in fuct have to br looked to to
supply the greater part of the demand
.Jits year owing to the damage done
the trees in this province by the
frosts in tlie spring, it is likely that
the price for both varieties of fruit
will this fall be unusually high.
Southen shippers are now refusing
to ship any fruit to Victoria except at
the buyer's risk, and dealers In Seattle have taken the same stand, claiming that the inspection here is so
strict that they will not ship unless
dealers will consent to take chances
on the fruit passing the Inspectors.
The local dealers, with their expert-
*nce of the past in the way of Inspection, don't feel like taking the ttsk
of buying and afterwards  have their
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW,  ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G. W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT-
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.
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 331, P. O. Box 928.
FEED   AND   BREAKING   STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Biackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.       Reference  furnished.
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH. FRUIT
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.
opp. Windsor Hotel.
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. O. Box 811.
LAND   SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,   B.  C.  LAND   SUR-
��� iveyor.     Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY STABLE.
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.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
1 HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanitas;
house painting, kalsoniining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New Westminster.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and secondhand goods. A Speck, near Tram
office.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's 'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair,'1 Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARRIS-
ters and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER & McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver offlce is at No. 5. Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
GEORGE E. MARTIN, BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Guichon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W.      MYERS    GRAY,    BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite the
Court House. P. O. Box 196. Telephone 64.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News Block, Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
STENOGRAPHY    &   TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM STENOGRAPHY AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province offlce, Columbia street.      Phone 62.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL   THEATRE,   702   COLUM-
>bla    street. Fires-class     moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday. Wednesday and Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
TAILORS.
GALVIN, LADIES' AND MENS TAI-
loring. A new line of spring suiting just In. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, SmiUi
block. Entrances 625 Columbia St.
and Clarkson st.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work.    Designs and esti-
FRATERNAL  ORDEI, ,
Aerie No. 20.-M... ,'     A
evening at 8    ���.,���    , ..   '.   ^
hall, Columbia stree �� ,."*
e-- W. Pres,   H ��{ {Jj
SONS OF BCOfLAND BENBm as
if  tl
.je
Tuesday of even
soclation,  Lord of  I
Hociauoii,   i.oi,l  ol ,  -
191���Meets on the
Tupb-rv nf ���,...,,..   ...'  Y1' "ar.
hall.     Chief,   ,\\        .. ,',' ,'
'."���        "��� In K. of p.
JOARD    OF    TRADE   .\|W u j .,,'
minster Board ���!  | , ..       '��'���
.__*_ Th��mY ":'   :        a* '""ow.-
Third  Thursday    ol    -net,   ,���������,���:
quarterly meeting ���:i tll/��� Q
ihursday of February, May .,._���,.
and November, at . p.m. " Annua
meetings on the third T!,u.._;.v 0
February. New members may h_
proposed and elected at any montfi.
ly or quarterly m._..D_.' c H
Stuart-Wade, secretary
��?��� ?��� Fr*F0YAL C1TV u>o��
No, 3���Meets in Oddfellows hall
Columbia streei, every Friday even'
ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren
will be made welcome G. E. lllllsy
N. G.; C. E Osborne, p o, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
Include the Union Lodge, No. 9, _
F. und A. M.. King Solomon Lodge
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.: L. 0. L,
No. 1150; L. O. L��� No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. 0. !���'.; CD,
F. Court Westminster, No. jj.;
Brotherhood   of Owls,  Ne..   No a
mates  furnished,
prletor.      Works:
and car line.     P.
473.
J.   Brookes,   pro-
Corner   Eleventh
O. box 254, Phone
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRUM.
The condition of the old brld.'i
not considered safe for vbltu
traffic, and the public generally a
cautioned against hauling loads 4
any kind over It.
Persons continuing to do so ate'
this notice must take all the riskid
themselves.
By order, W. A, DUNCAN, . A
CUyClSffc'
Clry  Hall,   New Westminster, Juif
'2-r_. 1909.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.   W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
A. O. U. W��� FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the flrsta nd third Tuesday in each month. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. U. W. hall, Oddfellows' block. Clarkson street.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprle- j COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099. i.O.F.
tress). Four courses, consisting of j ���Meets the fourth Friday In the
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast, i month at 8 o'clock, ln the small
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk,   j    hall, Oddfellows' block.
Opera   House Bookings.
Aug.    14.���Burns-,lohnston pictures.
Sept. 3.���Polly of the Circus.
Sept.  16.���Knight  for a Day.
Sept. 18.���The Time, Place and d��
Girl.
Sept. 20.���Commencement Days,
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming,
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Fiddle,
Oct.  18.-���David  Harum,
Oct. 20.���O. Henry's New 0P��
"Lo."
Oct. 27.���Cart,-,- the Magician,
Oct. 28���The Cllmajt
Nov. 1  and 2. Th    Shepherd M.
Nov. 4.���Parisian Model
Nov.   19.���Human   I leans.
Nov. 22.���Forty-five .Minim's IM
Broadway.
I>'0. 1,���in  Dreamland,
Disgraceful Scene Marks
Last Moments of Match
(Continued from Page One.)
ter with a beauty. Following this
up Wlntemute had a shot, which
glanced off the post. Lalonde tried
down at the Salmon Bellies' net, but
Gray cleared. Bill Turnbull, and
Grumpy Spring shot in turn, but noth- j
ing happened. Buck Marshall received the first penalty tag for colliding
with Oeorge Matheson. The Westminster defence showed itself much better, and try as they would the Vancouver home failed to make any headway tin Lalonde put the ball past
Gray. It bounced, and on the rebound Godfrey caught It, making the
score one all. The goal umpire did
not put his hand up, but the referee
������������������������������������������������������*
The Game Protested
A meeting of the B. C. L. A
will be Iveld as soon
sible to decide tlie
against Percy Peele as judge of
play in Saturday's game at
Vancouver. President Gray received it on Saturday evening
from the Vancouver officials,
and Immediate action must betaken.
each occasion. The passing was poor,
and nothing startling occurred t0 dl_
tinguish play. Leu Turnbull was laid
out with a nasty crack. Nothing could
be done with the Salmon Bellies defence, although Vancouver came up
time and again. Suddenly the champions burst away, and Latham secured a well-earned goal Just when the
whistle called. The half had been a
splendid tribute to the Westminster
defence who checked the greenshirts
to a standstill.
Use  Stick Savagely.
In the third  sonm of  the prettiest
lacrosse  delighted  the crowd   at the
outset.    The  wild  exuberance of the
crowd   had   quieted   when   the  teams
again took the field.    Lalonde scored
at  the start, and  Bill  Turnbull soon
set  the  champions  ahead   with  their I
fourth.    Garvey stopped two fine runs !
of the Salmon Bellies, and the green-
shirts having taken two or three shots
Bob Springer received a term at the
fence for bringing Geo. Rennle down, couver; G.'McMurphy,Westminster
1 he   Olympic   team   man   was   badly-
hurt, and  a doctor had  to be called.
He was led  from the  field, and  not
|seen  again  till  the final quarter.    It
was a rush for the dressing room, and
Peele wag hustled upstairs to the
Westminster dressing room. While
on the way he was struck at the foot
of the stairs, but Charlie Galbralth
r.me tc his help.
Goal   Summary.
FIRST   QUARTER.
Westminster���T.   Rennie       2:30
Vancouver���Lalonde 16:00
SECOND QUARTER.
Vancouver���Murray       i: 35
Westminster���L. Turnbull       2:00
Westminster���Latham       16:00
THIRD  QUARTER.
Vancouver���Lalonde       1:15
Westminster��� w. Turnbull   1:30
Vancouver���Godfrey       12:00
FOURTH QUARTER.
Westminster���W.  Turnbull       7:30
Officials.
Referee���W. Moresby, Victoria.
Judge of Play���P. Peele, Victoria.
Timekeepers���C.  W.   Murray,   Van-
FDR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co..!
Front Street.
aa uos    I(was ,he swinging stick action which
protest   ��� Springer affects    caused tho    injury.
' Lund   renl____   rinnrnu      Thn   .1,...,,...-���
allowed the tally. There was no far-
ther score ln the quarter Lalonde being warned for using his stick Improperly. The quarter had been a battle of the defence, both teams doing
bette ln the buck division.
Champions  Great   in   Defence.
Play openei briskly  in the second
through  Ernie Murray  scoring In    a
purchases condemned, and thus It is,minute and a quarter, after Allen had
that Victorians are Hkely to lack the I failed.    It was but a couple of mln-
luscious   pe^-ch   and   succulent   pear.
London, Aug. 8.���The conference
between the board of trade and representatives of the Scottish mine owners and the miners resulted today- in
a settlement of the dispute.' Tne
miners will receive a minimum wage
of six shillings a day, as at present.
This is a victory for them, as tlu
mineownexs proposed a reduction ol
sixpence daily.
utes before the teams d.'ew level with
ja beauty from Len Turnbull. Sever-
al penalty tags had been handed out,
and three were at the fence when this
happen.!-. The teams were at It for
fifteen minutes before thare occurred
any further scoring. The play was
strenuous, each having the balance of
matters In turn. The game offered
small chance to the field, who were
merely mediums   for transferring the
Lund replaced George. The doctor's
.service- had also to 'be utilised
again for Tom Gifford, whom O'Brien
struck down, getting 20 minutes at
the fence. Godfrey placed the teams
level just before the bell rang.
Spectators Rush Field.
The Vancouver offlclals protested
Georg . Rennle returning after he had
been replaced, so Lund played till the
end. Both sides attacked la turn,
and penalties were frequent for hard
checking, lt happened when tba
quarter was nearly eight minutes old
that Bill T-rnbull placed the game beyond question by scoring again. Wintemute put In a fine shot, which Gibbons
cleared Bones Allen also did some
useful work.   Westminster shot sever-
Penalty Timekeepers���L. J. Yorke,
Vancouver, J. P, McMurphy, Westminster.
Goal Umpires���Dr. McGuIre, Vancouver; J. N. Altchison, Westminster.
Penalties.
First Quarter��� Mashall, .  mln.
Second Quarter���Hennessy, O'Brien,
5  minutes  each.
Third Quarter���J, Gifford, 5 mln.;
Springer, 10 min.; T. Rennie, 5 mln.;
Gray, 5 mln.; O Brlen, 20 mln.; T.
Rennle, 5 min.
Fourth Quarter���HenneSsy, Marshall, Allen, Lund and O'Brien 5 mln-
utes ea.h.
The Teams.
The teams were-
WESTMINSTER VANOOUVER
Goal
Grav Gibbons
Point
��albra,th W. Matheson
Cover Point.
T. Gifford Clarkson
al  times, but nothing could be done, 1 Defence Field.
and  although  Vancouver  tried  every- Marshall   '      Springer
thing  possible  to  bore  through  they J. Gifford .'.'..Garvey
absolutely failed. Geo. Rennie "(V ji.-.thoson
Percy   Peele   had   ordered   O'Brien Centre
off, and upon him refusing ;i fight oc^T. Ronnie  Hennessy
curred,   the  spectators  from   the  op-1 Home Felid
poslte  side broke ln on  the  field  to jW. Turnbull         Murray
take a hand.    Free fights became the 1 Wlntemute '.'.,. A\\on
rule, and only police interference sav-1 Latham    Godfrey
���ed Peele from being roughly handled. I Outside Home
The   referee   however  got   the    field  L. Turnbull O'Brien
clear,   and   completed   the   time  out. | Inside  Hom
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manuraeturere and Dealers in Att Kmt," ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash   Doott,
Interior Finish,    turned Work   E^.
Fish and Fruit Boxen.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Claw-
ball as play kept around the nets on'Stlll  upon the  bell  being  rung there ,G. Spring  Lalonde
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New We��tnun��*<r .ONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1909.
MUM VML, PORK
Frelh Pork   Sausages dally.
Be��t of  Farmer's  Pork.
THE DAILY NT_WS
PAGE THREE.
SOAP
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
Bl'LLFIIiHl FANS' j
INDULGE IN RIOT
Y.M.C.A. IMtRENCE
HELD FORTY MEETINGS
; Spectators   at   Portuguese   Bull   Fight
Engage
Fierce  Combat���Three
Are   Killed.
Delegates  of  Twenty-six   Nations  Join
in  Singing  Old  German
Hymn.
CONDUCT WAR
ON MOTH PESTS
McMENEMY _ ANDERSON       Columbia St.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers __ Preston
Front St., Foot of Sixth.
Box 345. Phone 105.
Offlci
P. 0,
ROYAL
ST
A
Better
Flour
It goes further because it is
a better flour; li makes better
bread because it is made from
carefully selected wheat by special machinery, ensuring the
very Mghesl quality it Is pos-
bI le to make A trial of Royal
Standard Flour will convince
you of iis merits.
And remember���In each V6-
pound Back ol flour you secure
a coupon which entitles you to
a chance to win a 109-plece dinner set. Watch the paper for
the winning numbers each
month.
Sealed tenders addressed to the undersigned and endorsed "Tendi foi
Customs arid Inland Revenue, Fittings,
Public Building, Fernie, B, <.'., ' will
be received until i> p.m., on Monday,
; August 23, 1909, for the work men-
��� tioned.
Tenders will not be consider  ] un-
iless made    upon, and   in accordance
wiih conditions    contained    In  forms
fiirni.hod  by  Department.
Plans and specification to be seen
[on application to Mr, R. Ken Clerk
of Works, Fernie, B, C, and al ihe
Department of Public Works. Ottawa,
| Each tender must be accompanied
Ihy iin accepted cheque on a chartered
bank, made payable to the order of
the Honorable the Mlnistei of Public
Works, equal to ten percent, iln p.c.)
of lhe amount of the tender.
By order,
NAPOLEON TESSIER,
Secretary.
Department  of  Public    Works   Ot-
tawa, July 27, 1909.
AN EXPERIENCED HOUSEWIFE
knows that Sunlight Soap
means a wonderful saving ot
time and labour in house-
cleaning,
Whether with hot or cold
water, nothing gets the dirt
. ��f so quickly and without
'njury as Sunlight Soap.
Use It the Sunlight way.
Follow the directions.
FtAR OF DESEKT
DRIVES GIRL INSANE IH
Cultured English Lady Lost For Week
in   Wilderness   Becomes  a  Raving Maniac.
MEATS
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
Central Meat Market
Oorner Eighth St. anil    Fifth Arena*
PHONE   170
BOWELL A OODr, Pro.n_tor_
Beno, Nev., Aug. 8.���Following a
terribli experience <,n tb,- desert
��hi,ii drove her mad, Miss Helen Kope
ii ('ill, ii.il English girl, is today re-
celving treatment al th,- InBan. asylum here, lh,- physicias hav,- hopes
for  ln-r  recovery.
Mi Rope was visiting her brother,
a mine,- .,, tuning, Three weeks ago
she nide into the desert. Her brother
searched for a week continuously be-1 Prosperity
fore lie found her, violently insane,
without food or wat, ;-. He took her
Into Tonopah, where she was adjudged
insane, nnd she was removed to the
asylum last night.
Miss Rope is an accomplished musician She speaks three languages
fluently.
Lisbon, Aug, 6.���A strange fatality
seems to pursue Hi,- bullfighters ibis
Y '���'' Al,��"t midway in a bullfight
y terday at San Fernando, the two
principal bullfighters were seriously
injured, and the authoities were
0 liged to notify the public that the
jflght would be suspended.
This announcement raised a greai
outcry, ami hundreds of spectators
crowded into the ring, demanding the
.return of this money. This was r<-
fu ed, the poprietora justifying their
decision on the gound that half the
lii hi had been given.
The spectators then took Bldesi one
lot defending the proprietors, and the
oi . ; bent on destroying the bullring. A fierce confllcl ensued and,
iiinid the screams of the terrified women, revolver shois, knife thrusts,and
iws wee exchanged The remain-
"i Mn- bull li-iit- ].. defended
themselves with the long darts which
they use to stick Into the bulls' necks,
and these nasty weapons caused many
serious wounds among tlie Spectators,
When at last the cul guards managed to restore order, il was found
that three pesons had been killed,
and over au more or less bi ious'y
Injured.
Operations in Connecticut
Cost One Thousand Dollars a Day.
Greenwich,    Conn.,    Aug.
large  estate  of  \V.   \V.  Cook
N.Y.,    looks   like   a    military
ground. It iB dotted with tents
6.���The
at Rye,
camp
whieli
Barmen-Elberfeld, Germany, Aug. 7.
���The conference of the Young Men's
Christian associations Sunday discussed work among soldiers nn I sailors
of all natiom Pince Bern_dotte of
Sweden  presided.
The business tesslon of the assocla-
tion closed  with the recitation of the
Lord's prayer in English, French andjare ui:ed b-v mo,'e 'han  Um state em-
German   and   with   the   voices  of   the ' ployees who are trying to destroy th.
delegates  of   twenty-six  nations join- thrown tail moths discovered by Chas
lng,  with  might,   volume  In  the sing-   T   Hnt_Un_ ,       ,.���     ,        , ,,
ing of  Uie  ���M   Herman   hymn.   "Now , \"!"    '^V" '"   """"?"'
thank we all our Cod," th,   sta. '""     d
Forty great meetings were held yes" i ih
terday In Barmen and Blberfeld.
KEPT WOMAN PRISONER
FOR MONTH AND HALF
San   Francisco   Manufacturer  Accused
of   Revolting   Crime���Alleged  to
Have Tortured Victim.
FARMERS BULLING
MARKET
of   Western   Ranchers   D3-
p.etes Stock of Stones in
Maiden   Lane.
San Francisco, Aug. 8.���Eulatia
Tores, a comely Spanish woman, 30
years of age, is held by tbe police as
a witness against Pedro Mendoza, a
countryman several years her senior,
who is charged with having held the
woman prisoner for a period of forty-
days, during which time, according to
her story, Miss 'lores was daily tor-
lured  by her captor.
Mendoza is a manufacturer, with a
factory  on   St--iner street,
Her
in
Xew  York,  Aug.  .V���The  prosperity
G. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill   University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of  New Westminster.
fire
OFFICE:
MALL
No.   1
SYNOPSIS    OF    CANADIAN    HOME
STEAD   REGULATIONS.
Any available Dominion Lands with,
in the railway belt in British Columbia, may be homesteaded by any person who is the sole head of a family
or any male over lis years of age, to
the extent of one-quarter section of
16. acres, more or less.
Entry  must  be  made  personally  at
tha  local   land  '.(lice  for  the  district
111 which the land is situaie.      Kntry
Branches   throughout   Canada   andjby  ptoxy  may,  however,  be made on
Newfoundland,  and  in   London,  Eng- certain    conditions    by    the    lamer,
I mother, son, daughter, brother or sister of an intending homesteader.
The homesteader is required to per-
banking business transacted. Let-j form tlig conditions connected there-
ters of Credit Issued, available with | with under one ot tbe toilowing
in    all  parts of    the ;Plans'
Bank of Montreal!
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
land,
u. s.
New York, Chicago and Spokane, |(
A., and Mexico City.   A general
the heart of the city Miss Tores says
she has been deprived of her -liberty
for a  month.
In broken English, the woman, who
is evidently unacquainted with even
the simplest usages of the country,
told her story to the police as foi-1
of the western farmer has depleted lows:
ihe stocks of diamonds in Maiden "I became friendly with Mendoza
Lane, and the importing houses there over b year ago, and for some time I
have hurried their buyers across th.- lived with him at his establishment
.ocean  to purchase new supplies. in  this  city.      Two  or  three  months
Dealers say that the lethargy which ago 1 desired to sever the relationship
'began in the jewelry trade iwo years and off-red to leave. He refused and
ago had been followed of late by so threatened and I finally departed
great an increase in business that the without his knowledge, going to Stock.
trade was taken by surprise, and that ton. where I had friends,
even the largest dealers were finding "Mendoza, knowing my probable
it difficult to fill orders for the higher destination, .ollowed me, and as soon
grades of perfect  stones. au he    ascertained    my  whereabouts.
Although $5,000,000 worth of gems confronted nit- wltl a warrant for my
'were imported into this country last arrest, which 1 have since learned
month,  a quantity  five  times  greater,was worthless.
than for the same month last year, "He forced me to accompany him
the dealers have been unable to fill to this city, and on the boat, crossing
orders. They say that the orders the bay, 1 was approached by a man
from the middle west and the nort.i- who represented himself io be a law-
,west are the most urgent, and as yer���and who Informed me, after read-
'those regions are reporting record- ing the warrant, that both Mendoza
ibreaking crops .the Importers aiv of and myself were liable to imprison-
Ithe opinion that the jewels, or at least ment for life on account of our
jmany of them, are going to the farm- ing lived together.
When  we    arrived    at
of
and  ls  del raying  a  part of
expense, it  is sa-d. which amounts
Ito nearly $1.11.10 a day.
The moths are being destroyed
Chli fly by burning, and a Bcore of
waggons with pumps are being used
to spray the green grass and shrub-
berj wnb gasoline in order that the
larvae of the Insect may be Inclner.
ale.).    This is  ih,- only Mire method
ol   killing  the  pests.
Warden Hotaling has issued .i
warning through the local newspapers
for every one to be on 'he lookout
for the moths and t��� . caterpillar
from which ihey are hatched. He
describes the brown tail moth caterpillar as being two inches long when
full grown, with a broken white stripa
on either side and two red dots on
the back. The moth Is pur,, while, the
female having a consplcous bunch
of brown  hair at  tb,.  tip.
Th., gypsy moth caterpillar when
grown has a sooty or dusty colored
body. Along the back from the head,
which is marked with yellow, is a
double row of blue spots, followed by
a double row of red spots. There aro
five pairs of blue spots an I six or
red spots. The male moth is brownish yellow, varying to green.sh 'brown,
The feciale is nearly white with small
black marking. Tbe expand to (,ne
and a half or two inches. The female does  not fly.
The infected shrubbery which came
from Boston was examined by Mr.
Nlles, an inspector of the Xew" York
State Agricultural Department, when
it arrived early in the spring, but he
found no trace of the insect then.
NEW IAVALHF SWORD
MODELED ON OLD PAITERN
hav-
Wsapon     Lately    Issued    to     British
Troops   Has  Straight  Thrusting
Blade.
ers   wives.
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND
GRAIN CO., Ltd.
correspondents
world.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received In sums of $1 and upward,
dnd Interest allowed al 3 per cent, per
uinum  (present rate).
...v.-    Vsets  over $16S,000,00O.OU.
_S.    WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
The Royal Bank of Canada
LOCOMOTIVE SPARK
CAUSES BAD FIRE
(Incorporated 1869)
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
Capital Paid up
' Reserve Fund   . .
Total Assets  . . .
I 4,700.000
5,400,0.0
.55,000,000
ibiiccessor to C.
COLLECTIONS    AND
ERS'    BOOKS
SPECIALTY.
In   and   out   of   town   accounts   solicited.
SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT
Ham ber |
STOREKEEP-
OF  ACCOUNTS  A
AGENTS FOR THE
HALL SAFE CO.
Office: Room 7, Hambly  Block.
P. O.  Box 795.
Foreign nnd Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and Bold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
(1) At least six months' residence
upon and cultivation of the land on
each year for three years.
i-l If the father ( or mother, if tne
father is decasedl, of the homesteader
resides u]>on a farm in the vicinity ol
the land entered for, the requh-emeuts
as to residence may be satisfied by
such person residing'with the father
or mother.
(3) lf the settler has lUs permanent
residence upon farming land owned
by him in the vicinity of his home
stead, the requirements as to residence
may be sauslied by residence upon
the said land.
Six months' notice in writing should
be given to the commissioner of Dominion lands at Ottawa of intention
to apply for patent.
Coal.���Coal   mining  rights  may   be oken
leased   for     a   period   of     'wenty one  anil
veins at an annual rental of .1 per by Insurance. Forty acres belong-
iicre. Not more than 2560 acres ing to Mrs Carrie Wright and J. W.
shall be leased to one individual or Green and ten acres owned ��� y Reid
���\  royalty  at  the rate ot |Jonas   were   burned     before   the   tire
Fifty   Acres   of   Barley,   Worth   $2000,
Goes Up  in  Flames Near
Menoken, Washington.
Dayton, Wash., Aug. ..���Fire which
started from locomotive sparks on
the O- R. Ai N- railroad yesterday
burneu fifty
Mendoza_
home he locked me in a room and deprived me of every stitch of clothing.
I remained in that condition for forty I
days, and every day he came to the
room and tortured me by twisting
my amis and gouging my eyes. He
frequently threatened to kill me, and
I was in hourly fear tbat he would
carry' out his threat.
"Three days ago Mendoza relaxed
'his vigilance for an hour and 1 managed to secure a few clothes, which
enabled me to make my escape. I
went to the residence of some friends
.on Vallejo street, who informed the
!police of how I had been treated."
Mendoza was arrested,
acres of barley near Men-
The loss is estimated at l.z.00
s  aboul   three-quaters    covered
company.
five cents per ton shall be collected
on the merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of the Minister of the Interior.
N..B Unauthorized publication ol
this advertisement will not, be paid
for
New   W
The Question
111 buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
';:���  directing you lo the store where j
���{"-i can see the  largest stock ot new
"      ' cond-hand goods of all kinds in
tn. city.
' have a splendid Cream Separator
ll . nearly new.
��me and see how much more you
"  get  for your    money  here  than
'     -here.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, type-
JT.ters, and light automatic machln-
' -  and bicycles a specialty,
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel."
StlllUlSter,    B.
F   SHUTE,
i'.  Branch,
Manager.
'I
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW   WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
T''ephone 13. Office Eighth St.
THE   VERY
LATEST
IN
THING
_
PostCards
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED FOLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
SEND ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
IT  PAYS TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
HE       DAILY NEWS
was controlled.
Passengers and train men joined
with harvest Lands In fighting the
flre. Only desperate efforts prevent-
, .1 the i,urniiig of several hundred
acri s of the finesl grain in Columbia
county. This is the most des_ruc
live harvest flre so far in this section,
All  trains on  the main  lines  ||;IV''
now  heen  supplied  with a lire wat.ll.r
who is stationed on the rear platform
_   . .   1 to watch  for fires and give the signal
for Ladles from . 2^|,- ,(,.lsv a |,,aZ(, _8 ��,., by locomotives.
I_hls ii is thought will be effective tn
preventing  sy  many  destructive  flrflS,
English Watchmaker
rente'
open
gents'   open
case.
Gold Watch
up.
Silver Watches,
$8.00,
Silver  Watches
$7.50 up.
I    Agent    for    Walthum   and      Klgln
Wat elves.
Watch repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams,  Crucer
MfflM.!
CANADIAN PACIFI
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
send-
UVUD nQ___C_7fc9L_3<
Vou will find it to your advani
to arrange your booking at this ofl
whether you Intend to travel
Ing for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland   August 27
Empress of Britain  ..   ..September 10
For other dates and particulars apply to
E. GOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
COLDS
1 Paris. Aug. S.���A special despatch
received here from Madrid says that
Don Jaime, the Pretender to the Span,
isli throne, Shortly will marry a princess of the Imperial German Family.
Th,- Emperor William has consented
to  the  union.
Sent On Approval
To Responsible Phopi,b      J'
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aughlin jp
FOUNTAIN PEN J
ami #.
RED GEM  "
X3hc Inh Pencil
Ymir Choice of
$
Thui
Two
Popular
Articles
for only
London, Aug. 6.���The pattern of the
new cavalry sword ha_ now heen approved for manufacture. it differs
from those of previous patterns chiefly
in being fitted with a straight, tapering blade to facilitate thrusting.
The guard is shaped to afford more,
protection on the left side, and the
grip is formed to fit the hand, a recess
fo the thumb being cut in the back.
The scabbard is a straight laper trom
end to end and made of steel. The
weight of the sword is a.out two
pounds fourteen ounces, and of the
scabbard one pound six ounces.
Historically, The Times observes,
the adoption of a thrusting sword is,
of Interest as being ._ reversion to
the single-edged rapiar of the seventeenth century, the period when, according, to some of our most eminent
authorities, the qualities of a fighting
sword v.ei_ best understood, armor
having practically gone out of use and
firearms being still  very  Imperfect.
Such an authority as Captain Hut-
ton is understood to object to a sword
specialized for thrustiag, on the
ground that a man cunn.it light his
way out of a crowd with it. It may
too be objected thai I he sword is
comparatively heavy, bul that may lv
due to the British troopers well-known
predudlce In favor of a certain amount
of   Weight.
Sockeye Swarm
in ilie River
ONE  DAY
m 1
Poi.
paid
lo any
address
Munyon's Cold Remedy Relieves the
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the nose, taken uwav all aches and pam8
caused bv colds, lt cures Grip and on-
stinate Coughs and prevents Pneumonia.
Price 2fiC ,
Have vou stiff or swollen joints, no mat
ter how chronic?   Ask your druggist
Munvon's   Rheumatism  Remedy  ami
how quickly vou will he cured.
If you have any kidney ��.r bladder trouble get Munvon's Kidney Remedy.
Munyon's Vitalize, makes weak mea
���Irong* uud  restores  lost  powers.
for
see
Bt 1-M'NI1I M_1L bC BxitA.
llu-iraii-in are Exact Sill
Every pea guaranteed
full 14 Kt BClict Gold���cut
on tight hand may be hud
in either our standard
black opaque pattern, or
Non-breakable Transput-
cm. as desired) either In 1
plain or engraved finish, |
as pre.erred.
You may trvttilipen _ wr.*k,
if you do tint I n.l it-ii-jireteiiUY,
ft I-Iter trli Ifl tliati JoU can *o-
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inn in nn, other make, if Doft
tntlrely   uti!.factory  in every  rr-
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Dttroll. Mink
11 Continued from Page I i
sun.Is of salmon, as every cannery is
sw,imped and operator, aro in despair Of handling the calci, though
, tliv plants are run twenty lour hours
daily.
Send  Fish Away.
On the American side arrangements
have   been   made   to   send   many  carloads to the canneries on  the Columbia., and already a tralnload  lias been
dispatched to the canneries on Grays
J Harbor-      Purse seiners and g-U net-
vers at Hlulne and Point Roberts may
| be  compelled   to  sell   their   catch   to
the Ijpper  Fraser canners on  the ^a"
I nadlan side,
| During the thirty-six hours preceding the commencement o; the close
! season li is calculated that tYUI.OOH
j sockeye nalmon were taken from traps
land hy seiners and landed at the cau-
nerles of Belllngliam, Blaine, Ana-
(cortes and the lower Fraser. Records o" all previous catches have been
brokii. and salmon to the value of
more than $500,000 are being packed
by the canneries of Puget Sound,
Gulf of Georgia and lour Fraser
river.
Value Will  Be $20,000,000.
If  ihe   present    immense  run  lasts
as long as the former ones tha value
of this   years   pack   will approach
$20,000,000,
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THE  DAILY  JEWS..
The Daily News
Published by The Dally News Publish-
Ing Company, Limited, at their olliccs,
The Dally News [Hock, corner of McKenzie nnd  Trew streets.
E. A. Paige Managing Director
SASKATOON CLOSES
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MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1909.
MAIL'S FRENZIED  FINANCE.
The Toronto Mall seeks to explain
why London financial critics attribute
to the policy of Sir James Whitney's
Government the cause for the low figure placed upon Ontario securities by ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
the  British  investor.      The  Mail at- his policy changed the commercial de-
tempts to withdraw attention from the pression into a period oi revived trade
Ontaria Government and concentrate throughout   the   Dominion���the credit
It upon  the operation  ln  LonGon  re- of Canada immediately became good,
cently    concluded    by    Mr.  Fielding. Canadian securities w_re sought, hon-
This paper would make It appear that|est  and  economical   government Wiethe credit of the Dominion has been jceeded   dishonesty  and extravagance,
depressed,    and      consequently      Mr.  and   the   result  's  seen  In  the  condi-
Fleldlng floated his loan at a low fig-1 tlon  today  contrasted  with   the
ure.      The reasons given are as foi- Idays which preceded 1S96.     The fact
lows:                                                           (that Mr. Fielding negotiated the 'ar_-
"Financial      mismanagement,      the !est colonial loan ever offered in Lon-
squanderlng of money  on  a colossal  don  is  proof  positive that confidence
scale,   the    unproductive    sinking of  In   the   Canadian   Government   is   not
millions on so-called  capital  account,  impaired in England, and proves that
the  swejllng of cost   beyind  all  estl-  the statement of tie Mail Is both un-
niate,  the rash undertaking of enter-'patriotic and false,
prises without any Idea of what  the i    In criticising the Fielding loan the
cost   would  be,   the    giving  away  of  Mail makes a curious  blunder which
public  assets���these  and like causes destroys   the    entire    argument   pre-
have brought down the scale on the sen ted.      Alltid'ng to the British  inside of Dominion credit, and haVe lm-ivestor, the Mail says:
paired th-e confidence of investors in      "British investors who are usually
our government."                                     i shrewd  men,    and    whose    committ-
This    statement Is unpatriotic, tm-'ments are usually made after consul-
Canadian,      untrue    >>nd    audacious. |tatloti   with competent  advisors,  can-
Neither the Mai] nor the seekers after j not    be    deceived    by    such    clumsy
office,   whom   that   paper   represents, i methods."
have ever presented any evidence of I When one considers that the entire .
financial mismanagement. On the loan offered by Mr. Fielding was guar- '���
contrary the Conservaiiws increased i ante-ed by these same shrewd men, I
public debt $118,000,000 and had ; who could not be deceived by clumsy j
with returned to his task of charging
extra vagnc-e.
'n this connection it should be remembered that when finance minister,
Mr. Foster exercised his Idea of economy by cutting down the stipend of
the charwomen of the House of Commons.
When the Liberal Government came
inio power, they found the credit of
Canada greatly Impaired, English
financial papers were hostile to the
Dominion in consequence of the loose
administration of the Conservatives,
leading English papers were most severe in their condemnation of Canadian   public   men,   and   the  future  or
Canada   was   gloomy.      All   this   was j successful.       The  fair  this   year  was
changed  after    Sir    Wilfrid    Laurier j held in the splendid new grounds one
came   into  power.      Hv,   proved   himself   able   to   bring   about   prosperity,
where   before   there   had  been   none;
MONDAY, AUGUST fl
1909,
DO
VALUED  AT
$200  TO  THE  OUNCE
I  ���'.
I rt
Weat^sr  Was   F-aVOrabl-,   and  All   O-.
partttent?    .'.in,   v, . :,   Re?r__._.
sent. .���On New Grounds.
	
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Saskatoon, Aug. 7.--Saskatoon _
j midsummer fair closed this afternoon.
|A larg, crowd, ideal weather and a
splendid program of sports and attractions, combined to make It most
successful.     Th,
London    lug   8.���Twenty-five thou-
s..|.  dollars is  the sum  Mrs. Ashton
Cross   has   refused   for   h.r   Pekinese
.   Cbuerh.      The dog weighs about
-   -  pounds   bo  his  valuation  works
iui  at |200 an ..unce.
Tills valuable little animal is the
winner of fourteen championships un-
vi t-.-n different judges, ami also of
��� . ve than tw0 hundred first prizes.
At the annual show of the Pekin Palme Dog Association, held In the Royal
Botanical Gardens, Chu-erh carried off
all the honors, Including Pierpont
Morgan's $600 challenge cup.
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; mile south of the city, which were
purchased and fitted up at a cost of
nearly $50,0.0, and presented today,
a most elaborate appearance for the
opening  functions.       The   entries   In
| every  class  far exceed  anticipations,
J and for horses and cattle it was found
almost   impossible   to   provide   stable
; room for exhibitors.
in sheep, swine, poultry, dairy,
horticultural and other classes the exhibits are large, totalling 50 per cent,
more than  last year.      The Canadian
.Northern   handled     large   crowds   by-
dark j running a suburban service  from the
depot to the grounds
SENSATIONAL   GOLD   STRIKE
IN   MOOSE   PASS, ALASKA
Seward,   Alaska,   Aug.   S.���What   Is
declared   to  be   th,.   most  sensational
gold quartz strike ever made In Alaska   has   been     reported    from   Moose
Pass, a district tributary to this city,
and  Seward Is deserted  so far as its
able-bodied   male    population  is con-1
cerned-    Immediately  upon  receipt of I
the new3 of the strike  there started |
a stampede  for  the  Moo'Je Pass  district and the greatest excitement prevails in thv town.
.lust how rich the quartz of the new
strike is cannot be definitely ascertained.
j
Fine Writing Paper I
If you  want the correct  thing   in   stationery  VOu
always rely on  getting  it  at our store,  we ar. alwa
ready to show you our latest styles and finish'
We buy direct from the manufacturers, and can the
for8  save  you  money and assure you of getting uiiT
date stationery.    It  will pay you to deal with J.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdeale
4 Successors to J. J. MACKAY & CO.
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Northern   Crown  Bank
RESTORERS  FIND  OLQ
MASTERPIECES IN CHURCH
Vanitas Vanitatum.
Uindon, Aug. 8.--A . _O0Q dress bill - _ _
was the subject of a controversy in Rome, Aug. -s��� Officials engaged m
the chancery court here today be- the work of restoring the Chnrch of
tween a Paris costumer and Mrs. San Guilano at Venice, discovered In
George Law, a wealthy American who an attic a large bundle covered with
Idivides her time between New York, thick dust.
Paris and London. |    tt was found to contain a number of
1    Mrs. Law declined to pav the bill  art masterpieces including "Christ on j
on  the ground  that the costume did  Cavalry,'1 by  Tintoretto, a "Resurrec-
not fit and because the charges were  tlon," and "Ecce Homo," by Jalma, Jr.,;
extortionate. a  "Flagellation  of  Christ  before Cai- j
The verdict, how.rer, was in favor aphas,"    a    "Christ    Crowned    With
of the  plaintiff,   wflro greatly  amused  Thorns," by Corona;  "Young St. Jer- !
the court with  a recital of how Mrs. ome," and  "St. Theodore," by Andrea
Law  took  her to  she theatre and to Vlncentino, and two paintings by Paul
the Lourve, bade her copy the dresses  Flagmmenge. ___t
of actresses and famous women of th(
HEAD   OFFICE,   WINNIPEG
THE ONLY BANK W.TH HEAD OFFICE IN THE W_S..
PAID UP CAPITAL ...
Saving, depositor, find I    profitable,  convenien-
tory to place their account, with this bank.     On. dol
account.
$ .200,000
and ��atis.ac.
ap will open an
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SAVINGS DEPARTMENTS AT    ALL BRANCHES
Ijouix XV. period pictured In rhe
Lourve, and kissed and complimented
the modiste on the reproductions she
supplied.
"GET   THE   HABIT"
the
mani;n4dt0,;h0flT1 ^ " ,  ^ S�� ��*�� !MOi*'  ^ UbSUrdlty of the ��*�����*
���not II t,e,fi,lances '"at they could  reasoning becomes manifest
��ot make both ends meet at the end
of the year, but were compelled to
borrow money to pay running expenses. If there has been any squandering of money on a colossal scale it
must have been in Conservative days, J
f<~-r the Liberals have had a large
surplus every ye?r since coming Into
BOLIVIA BOUNDARY AWARD
WILL BE ACCEPTABLE
MOTHER WILL  RAFFLE
HER  NPW-BORN  BABE.
power.
The  charge
of sinking millions on if,
so-called capital account is untrue.
The system rf charging expenses of
a certain character to capital account
Is the 6am-_ today as It was in Conservative days, and no objections have
ever been made to it In the House.
The  present Government  have  not
entered in'o any rash enterprise without counting the cost, as alleged.   On
the  contrary   the  Conservatives ,here
urged  the  Government   to
at once the building
Bay   Canal   at  an
at $1(10,000,000 ..���.,,e ..u
found $50,000,000 too small befo
canal was completed. ^^^^^
it  is    Interesting  to  remember  thai
Mr, Foster    promised
Prince Edward Island
could  not  be built
and  it   might    be
amount.      This   is
rash promise, but
Foster
Then  ther.  Is the charge of giving
away  public assets.      Think
a charge coming from
one  understand     th
which  forgets    t
given away fre
c-ific.      The  60,000,000
given free to railways
BHoxl, Miss., Aug. 8���Unable to
provide for her infant, Mrs. H. J.
|Hoze, a windowed mother, made an
(appeal to George W. Wilkes, managvr
of the local theatre here, to raffle off
her baby, with the understanding that
whoever secured the child should al-
her the privilege of seeing it once
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La Paz, Aug. 8.���The Bolivian Congress was opened today with solemn-
; ity   by   President   Monte.     The   cere-
' monies   were   preceded   by   a   parade
I.:t the troops.    The President  read  a
message   to   the   K'ongress^   in
^>e explained relations.    He left
Congress to decide whether
'a should accept the de-
undary dispute    with
recently by Presi-
���ntina.    iie  said
'th Peru weri
hope that
it cause
Wash Boards
SPECIAL TODAY
EACH
' ion*
which
it to tbe -
or not Bollv.
cision of the h*.
Peru, handed 6om.
dent  Alcorta Gf Ar'/s*.
that Bolivia's r.rfationr   ..
friendly, and expi**,s��'*_ (hn
low-
each
month.
the present situnVib- would -.
any difficulty with  that count .  '
President EleodVo Vllla.-on will
stinie  offlce on  August 12
as-
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
Lever Brothers, Toronto, will send you
free a cake of their famous Plan to I
toilet   soap,  if   you mention   this  paper.
Manager,   N.   H.   MACDONALD,  New    Westminst
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Ideal Orchid Perfume, $1 an ounce/
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Ryall's Drug Store
Phone 57.
commence
of the Georgian I
''��� .lens,,   estimated
wh,��h figure would be
^^^^ tile
()n this point
em,
'be people of
a tunnel which
under $10,000,000,
,|��'<"--' times the
s an example or a
it was made by Mr.
mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm ............���..,������(
!3,000
of  such
tlie Mall.   Can
short    memory
$25,000,000 acres
10 the Canadian Pa-
acres of land
as  bonus���the
square miles of timber limits
,.-    I* d,��lii,r S0'ng ""�� "* t��E
"r>. <''"d   m   ,his   by  a  Conservative
Government,  while    the Libera,      )v
rnment ������..,. Kav_ onp ^ Jf ��j
tlnl    ��� 7 "0nUS' and not a m"e of
com L ^ n��' P,lt UP at **��_
SE     an"so,d to Ui*M^
These
^^^^^^^^^^^ SHOW
you Vti-w it is cheaper io buy our
highi.liiss building materials
than It is to purchase Uie poorer kind. We can point to
buildings buUt with our materials that never ni i ! repairs.
We can point to some others
that need repairs all the time,
But they were noi ibullt of our
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
GILLEY
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.     REMEMBER,  WE  CARRY  THE   BEST    MAKES   OF   WATCH   MOVEMENTS.
are  the    transactions  which
tie   Mall   says    haze
public credit.      Th
.public   credit
nothing
is   not   de
a*'-'"'  *_   :
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if ,ti .
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depressed   the
ne 'ruth is that the
,   , epressed,   and
Mal, w, k'nd m��nlI��ned by .he
��____? TT    d��ne    b^"o Liberal
Government.      Had the    Mail  attrlh
"ted sue, things to lh_ Co^   r
Government,   the  charge  wou.d  1 a e
beon abundantly true
fu.T-fet-0nSerVatlVes,lronot��o^re.|
fn' of the public purse a. the,- would I
have us believo       a . "ouiu
Mr II A few "WM'ona ago
^k'ing a -aann��UnCed h'8 'ntenii(>n �� I
tak,ng �� day t0 crlMc|ge tfce ,
ture   j   the   Government.      Stt0rt^
after a -bil,  was    pa88ed  givl���g  J,
Foster and others a pension of $8600
��� ^ar.      Did   Mr.  Foster    ,       ^
S  T  C���^   '��<���  -P-dlture   o_
the   Government?     No,   he dropped I
the matter!  It  would  ha.     . ' ,K"a
.  ^���   . d  "av��  been  very
very Inconsistent for this man '.
charge the Government with extrava-
sance and justify the payment to h.m-
-elf of ,8500 a year for doing nothing.
U hat happened was that at a subse-
_ nl-.T, 1��n'theb""'���vld<ng these;
ZTI T'i0M Were revoked. :
Foster  lost  his    pension,    ami   fortll.
| Men s    nstructoY Oxblood Bluchers	
H L":    n?UCt��r"Pat6nt Leather Btachers-"
8 Men'   �� ^ ""I0'   Vel��Ur Calf Bluch^s	
S Men S  Instructor" Calf Tan Bluchers
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CHAMBERLIN, The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES
The Oxford Chancellor Range
fiu;tl.rirr,n,Lb,,lying,a raDge 8h0n,d   ^ ��ne that will  give pi 'feet *��
to work ovr,��� In   Hd bak'ne��� 'S ,'-ronomical ln *��� ��e of fuel, thai i. cool
If m *��  o s6      ? W��at"0r' a',d a,so eaav �� aerate i      ep clean.
Ue   aT       1�� beilSat,8fied  '"  th''8ere8P��<=ts  you     wlll     buy    an  Oxford
nl* Zl   t��I h.7UJn_rCt.ed   "���    T"e Prices also of these
k.
than   those   of   other
he
makes.
Call    in    and    In
meet  our
T.   J- TRAPP & CO., Limited
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THE STO.C r0��� ��ED,UM.pR1CED  MwpmE sH()ii
Ele v^tric Railway Service I
JOHNSTON'S KgSknM^
Sign of the B__ El__ w. d_ . �� f ���VMi,, ���   Uli.
I Sign of the Big Electric Boot	
THE  LARGEST   SHOE   HOUSE   IN
tor Vancou��v>    aM   way
ry  half
f u D ^        Last
a. ��,%
stiff. v"����
Can	
statlon��  wf.li
hour   tVom   5:50
car loaves at li
City Line: Cars leave tram
ofllce on the hour, twenty m|n'
utes after, and forty mln|lteS
after, commencing at f��:20 a. o-
��W.  ��t
New Westminster, B.'C.
b. c. ^��9__B
Cars
twenty
,eave  %   d^t
mlnut��.s   tot- hnH.""'
Perton and city lin*-   * S^
city  line.
evejtj.
Sa^.
Over tlfcs
Sapperton   Line:   Cars
at ten  minutes alter the
half past nnd fifty minutes
the  hour,  commencing al
m.
leave I
boufi f
after ���
-iiiiO I
\y service h.'ilM10"rlV
"0 a. m. and 11. !'��� in
he-
British Colur^T^T
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��������������������������� MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 1909,
THE    PAIL Y ;k E W S.
PAGE FIVE.
SEE OUR ADVERTISEMENT ON PAGE EIGHT.
It contains interesting news about the
low prices prevailing on all Summer
Goods.
W. S. Collister & Co.
~-B  'tm
City News
ii.-. Improperly _>ossessed
or to.
ii 1. i
side,
���   lands   while   they   are
o-eiip and '., fom. Independent.     We
''���    "1..  H��ial agents of The Western
-a ri<"���.ahd Improvement Co., Ltd. Let
mt   day  at  the  ��ea-  '_ !> (."" :i'"' ''- tb-ir choice holdings
your friends to Blatekii   :i;
>l  Citizen's day. August 11.    **'.V
in.
?Iaad.
lint
....
be a  meeting of    the   V
"     celebration committee this '���',; : .ection excel,
idvance arrangements for 'of'aii fruits.   Com
the fi
tii kets early for the citi-
C at Blackie Spit on Wed-
Vdults,  $1.25;   children,  50
nesday
cents.
Auction Sale I
I
.Mrs. Pelletler has been visiting her
husband at Blalrmore, Alberta, for
the pas: month.
Everything for th. garden at Tidy's
phone 184. ������
A new townsite and
along the line of the
... ,1'rtnr Chilliwack line and V.
Cloverdale to Sumas Railway.
In the production
at once While the
best lands are selling cheap and let us
Show you this section at our expense.
We can .-.-li live, ten, flfteen and
twenty acre tracts ou easy terms. .
J-  Hart  ct  Co.,  Ltd. *��
Don't miss seeing the "eighth wonder of the world,'' the salmon fishing
on the Fraser river, during the pres-
'-nt season; the greatest In four years.
Thousands upon thousands of fish 10
be -een. Visit tth. canneries at Steves-1
ton.     The S.S. fi
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.
ransfer leaves Braca-
Professors I.inc. and Jordan have I man-Ker's wharf daily  at  3  p.m, vx-
gon,.  up to Harrison river to see the Jcepi     Saturday,    when    the   Steamer
salmon hatcheries in operation,
will return in a day or two.
They
For first-class cut (lowers and any
kinii ol l-'loral work, telephone Davlss'
OreenbouBe, R'M, *���
A report on the proposed extension
of the market wharf to accommodate
tbe Canadian-Mexican liners is expected at the city council meeting
this tv- ning,
leaves at . p.m., returning time dav.
On,., dollar  return.      On    Sundays a
special    excursion to   Steveston   ami.
return la mftde, remaining at Steves-|captu^ was
tva  about    an    hour    and    a    halt.
Steamer leaves 13. C.  Electric whart
at _ p.m., arriving back at New West-
minsr.r at .> p.iii.     Fare, one dollar
r.-turn. -v :��� **
Long Arm of the Law
Grips Defqulting Norwegian
Moosejaw,    Aug. S��� A
very smart i made   himself   very   prominent   at  a
made    yesterday  after-  house of Ill-repute, hy indulging in a
H. N   W. !real   Hooligan   drink   feast.       Follow-
yea"' tll0 I ins up this clue. Sergt. Muntlv located
'this man, and  brought him to -Moose-
jaw last night.     Holtaine stalru that
'noon here by Sergt. Mundy
-M.  P.       In April    of   this
sent out in
fair Ground Property
Twenty large lots, most desirable property in the city.
EASY TERMS. Take advantage of low rates and visit
Chilliwack.
m     Remem.
C quire hay,
F.J. HART & CO., Ltd.
ember Hal0 Bro*. when you re-
gralns, etc.     They always
J have a large stock. **
Rev, c. w. Brown linked In marriage at Queen'. Avenue Methodist
parsonage on Saturday Robert Robinson to Miss Marshall, both of Nelson, 11. C.
That    l:gnt,    delicious,    wholesome
bread  you  so much  enjoyed at your
irlend's house  was made  with  Robin
| Hood  Flour. ������
VV. R. Archibald, Dominion Parole
officer, spoke yesterday at the t-'ll-.v
Hall, Vancouver, on "Juvenile Delinquents. F. C. Wade, K. C, occupied
the chair.
II yon want a good house with ten
iii res of. first-class land within fifteen
'miles of .\\ w Westminster and on 0.
P. R. main liue you can have it cheap
for cash, or will uke city property
in exchange. White, Shiles & Co.,
ciiy. **
Rev. T. W. Johnson, late of Arrowhead, B.C., bus been appointed Vicar
of Sl. John's Central park, Rev. Win.
Bell taking charge Of Cedar Cottage
Mission, which haa been formed Into
a separate district. Mr. Johnson, like
his neighbor, Rev, D. Dunlop, Vloar
of Burnaby, is an Irishman.
SASKATCHEWAN  TODAY
Attractive
Official   Booklet
Issued,
Is     Just
Norwegian government
formation    to    the    R, N. \V. m. P. [his name  was  01? Hall,  but aB  tha
throughout the Dominion that a man | Police had been advised that  h_ UBed
named Ole P. Hoi tan. wag wanted at I ..bis *Uas ....did no'help him.
Cliristlanla,    Norway,    for    Obtaining
When
lie was taken to the Cells In the city
. . , .ball he asked if it was a hotel.      He
over $5000 from a number of savings  Was told that u wag( aD(J he npm.
banks in that city. The man was
described as about fifty year., of age,
with a small |K)'nted beard. Holtane
bought a farm _ miles east of Caron,
about 30 miles from Moosejaw, and
settled   there  with   his    Son.      Some
ind
been
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I GaSO_.rH>    T__.f__k*_    finrl -I    Th�� local eyrie of Eagles has
J^����""^vr___ 'ac       U   ��__��ir_.C_l    CII IU ���(invited   to   co-operate   with   the   Van
4 i__���i    . *_* mm Jlooiiver evrie in  receiving Grand Ww
�� llShCrmCI.   S    SUPPIICS ���   %  Vice-President Frank  E-   H.'iriii;.
Z WW^ ���   who  arrives  In  Vancouver ou  August
m   I12'
JAMES & McCLUGHAN
The   British   steamer
tons,  Capt.  Hut Ier.  wil
��� Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster 1
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Headley,  2712
arrlve  in  the
river this week to load a  million I'' '
of   lumber    at   the     Fraser   Mills   for
The Katanga is due here ""
Tbe great prairie provl.uv which
has seen marvelous development during ih,- last few years Is fortunate m
having a brochure of modest but con-
jvetiient bulk such as that which has [time ago he came into Moosejaw
Just   been   published     by   the   department of agriculture of Saskatchewan.
The booklet is w.lj illustrated wuu
cuts, and possesses a feature uncommon in publicity works of strict adherence to the truth. Two things to
which attention should rightly be
drawn are the statement of opportunities for industrial development and
the moderate demand for laborers,
which are grossly exaggerated usually ;
by immigration agencies. People'
who imagine tb,. great central province of the wheat empire to U_ only
prairie will be surprised at the resources which th,- country offers to
the newcomer. The tables accompanying the issue arc; of considerable
value, particularly those on grain production and temperature.
"Not like it," and was surprised to
find himself in jail. He lias left a
wife and eight children 'in Norway,
and speaks no English. Sergt. Mundy took him to Regina this morning.
Ha has not stated whether he Intenls
to resist extradition.
MRS. JOHNSTON DEFIES
SEATTLE ELECTRIC GO.
Alkged "Queen of Fakers" Says Street
Car Company Can  Prov��
Nc Cnm��,
CAUSED  FAMINE  IN  CAMP.
We Are Selling
No. 1  Dairy Butt*��v per pound,
30c
No. 2  Dairy   Butter,  per pound,
25c
China.
August   16   to   take   a   million   and   a
half feet for Australian ports.
Special   excursions  will   be   run   '< '
Nanaimo  In   connection  with   ih.-  dis
trict   meeting  of   the   A.   O.   F.   next
.Monday.      On   Saturday    an    athletic |
meeting will be held.
Re. Dr, Sp.-nci-r "in lecture this
ewning iii St. Stephens Presbyterian
jchureh, Fourth avenue, on a topic
connected with his work under Uie
auspices of the Local Option League
of British Columl a.
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COFFEES.  OUR 40? COFFEE (FRESH:
GROUND) IS A WINNER.
Misses Ainu-da Vierhus and Jennn
Nlsbit arrived at th Russell hote
last evening en route for Chilliwack
They came from Grand Forks. North gave
Dakota and go up to the Valley City
on the steamer Beaver today.
Enterprising   Cow   Devours   Available
Supply  of   Staff   of   Life.
Tlu- little community of Sunny-side,
on the north shore Of Burrard Inlet,
wher,_. many New Westminster folk
aiv spending iheir sutuui-r vaoaticn,
suffered from a bread famine one day
last   week.
An enterprising cow, wlios,. ambition, soared above common or garden
4_rass, and a paniry, the door oi which
opened in an inviting manner on the
cow pasture, was the combination that
led  to tlie disaster.
The  pantry   was owned   by  one  ot
the   community    who     makes   It   her
business    to    distribute    the    bread,
1 which   is   brought    across   from  Pori
1 Moody, to the rest of the camp.
The supply had just arrived, and
was reposing upon the shelves, when
the cow happened along. When 1 hi-
owner of the pantry appeared upon
the scene she discovered the cow inside the pantry, while from circumstantial evidence sh.. was led to judge
that the bread was inside the cow���
also two blackberry pies and a baking of doughnuts.
The lady valiantly seized a broom
and drove forth the cow witn objurgations: but it was too late to save
the bread, and tho famine was on
It is rumored that when delactated
next   morning     the     cow  in   question
bread   and  milk  instead  ol   the
ordinary   fluid.
Al   the Crystal  theatre, ibis evening
Prof. Battelil will give a most Inter-
sting lecture on his many ;uiil varied
ADAMS & DEANS Groceries and Crockery ware ]S^c3&S. * SSfStSS
)^v^^^~~v~^^~~~~~~..- -v ,.g ^^ o{ a ^arty of k,ur newspaper
Imen   engaged     in     a    four-year   tour
1 around  the world  in the interest  ol
ihe  International Geographical  Socle
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
CIVIC HOLIDAY.
Al ih, request of the Citizens' Fic-
1110 Oommltte., 1 hereby declare We_-
"''���s'l;i'' the  ll Hi Inst., a civic holiday
'"' 'Pectfully    invite    the citizens
snierally  to Bo observe  the same.
I. 11. JARDINE,
Acting Mayor.
Hall, Aug. 7, 1909.
City
Com.-    and  hear th.
of  his exciting experl-
ity of  Berlin.
I professor   tell
once.
Aiming the cases (o come np at tn��
city police court this morning are
charges Of s.-lling liquor to Indians
against a man named Btnekley, and
alleged theft against J. K, McKelvle.
TT_a allegations  against the   latter  is
D;ath  of Wm.   Runacres.
William Runacres died at the Roval
Columbian hospital on Saturday morning after a long and painful Illness,
at the age of 53. He was born in Suffolk, England, and came to Canada a
few years ago residing In tbis city
for the past two years. He leaves a
wife and seven children. Miss Mabel,
Mrs. (Dr.l R. J, HawnrUi. of Mac
gregor, Man., and Miss Winnifred, and
Philip. Edgar, Forrest and Gilbi rt ol
Ibis city.
The interment will take place <m
Tuesday to the Oddfellows' cemetery.
A service will be held at the residence
711, Queen's Avenue at two o'clock,
Revs. K. G. Thompson and A. Dunn
officiating.
San Francisco, Aug. ��.��� George
Carson, elalm agvnt of the Seattle
Klectvie. Railway Company, arrived
in Oakland. Why andl identified Maude
Myrtle Jofltason, "queen of the accident fakers." as the woman, who die-
frauded his tompany out of $600 by
pretending to. have been injured while
riding ou  tle-U- ears.
Mrs. Johnson Is still in Merritt hospital, where slue was visited by Carson and John EVrrin, claim agent of
the Oakland Traction Company, She
says she is willing to go back to
Seattle for trial, and ha. no doubt
that she will be -stole to obtain an acquittal. She say. she was given the
money on the recommendation of Ore
company's physicians in a settlement
of the case,, and sh. defies them now
to    show that she was not injured-
NO LOW-NECK GOWNS
AT POPE'S CELEBRATION
Neither Will  Women Be Pirmitted to
Sit With Men at Ceremony in
Sistine Chapel.
Chicago, Aug. 8.���A cable to The
News from Rome says much comment
bus been caused by the Pope's decision that women are not to be seated
with the men on l'le tribunes on the
occasion of the solemn ceremony in
the Sistine Chapel Monday, when the
sixth anniversary of the pontiffs coronation will be celebrated.
The Pope has also given orders that
no woman in decollete dress is to be
admitted When some prelate remarked that it was the fashion nowadays for prominent women to wear
to* neck gowns and te hot weather
justified it, the Poi>e replied:
"Nonsense. It' the women find It
too much of a sacrifice to deprive
themselves of the pleasure of following an iniinoral fashion, it is useless
for them to attcud church ceremonies.
They had better go to th-e theatre or
to  some other  profane  spectacle."
Eburne
FLOUR!
IMPERIAL	
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL.
TERMINAL	
HINDOO  FLOUR   . .   .
L
$7.25 per Bbl.
$6.75 per Bbl.
$5.25 per Bbl.
.$4.50 per Bbl.
McQuarrie & Co.
FLOUR AND FEED MERCHANTS.
FRONT  STREET.
New Westminster
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
ish
Fish
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a
market in connection with the butcher
shop, and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
to a car, at the lowest price. Call or
phone your orders to 101, and have
fresh fish for dinner.
AUSTRALIAN  COMMONWEALTH
MAY  POLICE  PACIFrC OCEAN
London, Aug. 8��� The "Daily Telegraph" prints a message from its Melbourne correspondent that the Federal Government, having already decided to include cruisers In a local squadron, may siiggvst to the Defence committee, as a substitute for the <)fftM'
of a Dreadnought, the assumption of
all policing of the Pacific. This, if
true, marks the almost complete acceptance by the present Commonwealth government of the defence policy put forward by former Premier
Fisher.
Material for  Bridge
Toronto, Ont., ^ug. 8.���A shipment
of bridge material from the Canada
Foundry Co. left Toronto yesterday
ifor the Lulu Island Bridge. New West.
.minster. It was the largest shipment
lof the kind which ever left Toronto.
It was valued at $27,7".0.
P.   BURNS   & CO.,   LTD.
C. E. TRAVES, Local Manager,
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
COLUMBIA   STREET.     PHONE   101.
Color of Fish Nets.
London, Aus. 8.���It has been found
by the owner of a fishing boat at St.
Abbs, Berwickshire, that net dyed as
nearly as possible the hue of the sea,
inste-d of the traditional brown, results In a much better catch. Tne dis.
covery was put to the tesi the other
nigh, when a fleet of sixty-thy tl .i-
In.g craft the boat with Its nets dyed
blue made by far the largest catch,
The  dye  used  is  blueston'e,
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 own.-rs are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer in the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handl. any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to th greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the folhwing letter is an
instance:
N��w Westminster, June 23, 1909.
A. W. McLeod. Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Wesiminster, B. ..
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
yest.-rday I have already received cheque for $200.00 ln
full payment, Yours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some   valuable   stock,
ticulars.
enquire   for   par-
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET. PHONE 62
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Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council of
the dty of New Weatmlnater io raise
by loan the sum dt Pour Thousand
(.40011.00) Dollars for the purpos. of
advertising the City.
^Yhereas> it is expedient to expend
the sum of Four .housuud t$400U.(HJ)
Dollars in advertising the City and
that Uie said sum should be raised on
.lie credit of the Corporaton.
And \vhureas, It appears that if th^
Sum of Four Thousand ..4-00.UU!
Dollars be appropriated from 'be
general revenue of the Ciiy tor the
current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is expedient that
BUCh excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised oil the credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should be
issued  for that  amount.
And, Whereas, lor the payment of
interest on the debentures proposed
' to be Issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures when due,
it will be necessary to raise by special
rates, in addition to all other rates,
' eacli year during the Currency of tha
eaid debentures, the sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five and 4G-IUU
($2.5.401  Dollars-
And, ^.ftereas, in order to raise
the said ��� yearly sum Of Two Hundred a*u_ Thirty-Fivv and 40-100
($235.46) Dollars an equal special rate
on the dollar will be required to be
levied on the whole rateabl. property
of the (.'ity of New Westminster;
Aud, Whereas, the whole rateable
property cf the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,301,445.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount ot
th. existing debenture debt of the
said dty is One Million, Two Hundred aud Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.001 Dollars irre
spective of the sum of Three Hundred
and. Ninety-four Thousand ($394,000.-
OOf Dollars proposed to he raised under the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bylaw 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909," the "Incinerator Debenture. By-law won," and the "City
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," ol
which none of the principal or interest is  in -arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, tiod,
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any suni or sums ol money,
not exceeding in .the whole the sum
of Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars
and to cause file same to bp 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
to he ma.de, not exceeding in the
whole the Sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollar-,, for such sums of
money as may he required, not less
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed In pounds sterling of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.800 to the
pound sterling; and ail 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 there-1
unto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1959,
at such place or places as the Council of the said Cor|K>ration may from
time to timo appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
shall have attached to them coupons
tor the rayment ft Interest nt the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which interest
shall be payable half yearly on tihe
first of January and the first day of
July, in each and every year, and the
said coti|K)ns shall be signed by the
said Mayor.-
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
yvar, ln Addition to all othor rates
on nil rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the Interest on t'.e
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for ihe payment of the principal
theivof when due, subject to any Aci
Or enactment respecting the sdme,
.. Subject as aforesaid, ther. shall
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the sum of Two
Hundred ($2(K1.00) Dollars for the
payment of Interest thereon, and thc-
suin of Thirty-Five and 4B-100
($35,401 Dollars to provide for the
repayment  of  tho principal
6. The proceeds of the sale or th.
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of
this By-law and the Issue and sale
Of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shnll take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and maybe cited as the "Advertising By-law
1909."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the as-
Sent of the electors of the said City
In  the manner required  by  law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1009.
Reconsidered  and finally passed  In
on*��n Council the day of	
1909.
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
m., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic'building;
the Fire Hall, Sapiierton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
sueet. .'
W.  A. DUNCAN,
City \Jlerk.
City   Hall.   July   22nd.  1909.
City liaol Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By law to enable the Council ol
the Ciiy oi New Westminster io raise
by loan the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars for the purpose of
building a City Gaol and Police Court
Room.
Whereas, it Is expedient to erect a
building io be used as a CUy Gaol
and I'olice Court Room, und to use
that portion of the Civic Building.
now used for those purposes, for other
purposes and to expend 'n the erection of the said building the sum of
Six Thousand ($0000.00) Dollars, and
that the said sum should be raised on
the credit of tho Corporation.
And Whereas, lt appears that if tb.
sum of Six Thousand ($000.00)
Dollars bo appropriated from the
general revenue of the City for the
current year the ra'e of taxation wlll
THE  DAILY NEWS.,
MONDAY, AUGUST
. l'J0'_
NOTICE.
Tak.   notice  that   the   above* is   a
true  copy of  the    propos
which will be taken into Q
by the Municipal Council,
of N_w Westminster cn,
tlie da:e of the first punflcatrc    there-]
Ol
c
pu.
day
tl
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hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P
in., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Hall.  Julv  22nd,   1909.
6.
The proceeds of the saie of the sufficient to pay the lnterest on tbe
a sinking
,..,;,1   ,|,   entiir.-s  shall   be  applied  as debentures,  and   to create
follows, a ud not otherwise:   Towards fund for the payment of .be principal |
passing   or thereof when due
S. S. TRANSFEfi
The    Steamer   Troncf. "��
i _-. i     -ue   steamer  Transl
,���.,���,    ,i,e  cost  of  the    passing    of thereof when due, subject to any Ad Braclt-
thts  By-law  and  lhe  issue and  sale or enactment respecting theJ*"**-.       afternoon, except i
of the debentures therein referred to.;    5.    Subject as aforesaid, Ui'T,. s''d''   for Ladner, Steveston
7    This By-law shall take effect on be  raised   annually   by   special   rates  Saturday at 2
_
p.m.
Ports,
on the day of	
Reconsidered  and  finally  pas ed  In  said   debentures   shall   be  applied   a-     .
and  not  otherwise:    towards Y '
open Council the day of	
1909.
or
Citv Clerk.
Mayor.
Waterworks debenture By
Law, 1909.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
tru. copy of the proposed By-law
which will b. taken into considerat on
by the -Iuniclpa.l Councl1 of the C ty
Of New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication th -r��-
of in the "Daily News" and "Daily
V  By-law to  enable  the  Council  ol  Columbian"    newspapers,   which   frst
publication took plac,. on the 22'id.
May of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of the City will be taken
on  the said   proposed   bylaw on the
follows
paying   the  cost  of  the    pass ng
this   Hy-law  and   the   issue and   sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7.    This By-law shall take effect on | Treasure
the 25th. day of Augusi 1909. and may
b.
B
For freight and p
ROBERT j
r thereof,
person or persons as
��� S ty
Manager.
ne cited as the "Hospital  Debenture   ������. lawlul|              " nay be the
By-law,  1909."                                     .       |    3.    The     said   d ' '
8.   This  By-law before   the. final L^,   (m . yi,
[Missing I hereof,  shall   receive the as-  a,   KI|C[      ,,1(.e             " luly 19
.ent  of the electors of the said  Ciiy  <.., <)f ,^ gaj    (, I     r,
pa
sen
ln   the   manner requiied   by   law.
Received the assent  of the electors
on the day of 1909.
said Coi '; Run
time .0 time rn, Y'^ tan
proval  of the  lean.
Citv Clerk.
the City of New W-slminster to nai
by loan the Sum of Two Hundred ami
Thirty-Pour    Thousand    ($284,000,001
Dollars for the purpose ol  increasing
be excessive, and it is expedient that''"'..lil>)ach-v ot' ,he ch*  Waterworks 25th day of August 1909."between tlie j
 1  ....    . ..._ 1.1    .... .system. hours of nine oclock a.m, and five P-
Whereas,    it  is  expedient to    con m>,  at the following places, namely:
Struct   an   additional   Main   Pipe  Line The Council Chamber, civic'building: '
for the City Waterworks System from the Fire  Hall,    Sapperton;     and   the trUe   copy   ,,f   the     proposed
Coquitlam  Lake  to the  Queen's  Park Waterworks      Storehouse,      Eleventh  which will be taken Into considerat
Reservoir,  and  also  from   the  Reser
' H of
K,,,,i,i.M. i .vi finally passed in for' .im'^tynnn!".:
'     y          rate of five per .
the   amount   thereof,
open  Council  th
1909.
Buch excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on tbe 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, n-d
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentures when due,
It will be necessary to raise by special
rates, ln addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of th.-
said debentures, tbe sum of Three1'"'
Hundred and Fifty-three and 19-100
($353.19)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
said yearly sum of Three Hundred ami
Fifty .hree  and  19-100   ($353.19)   Dol-
NOTICE.
pay nu iu  0
at ,_e
um 00
shall  be payable half ', ;.!. i,u'r'st
first of January  an.  1 Y
Mayor. July, i��� each and da-v of
said  coupons  She]
said  Mayor.
4.     A      special
eservolr, and
voir to the City limits on Lulu Island,
and for that purpose to expend the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand   ($234,000-00)   Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears 'hat if the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-
Four Thousand ($234.00) Dollars
appropriated from the general
revenue of the City for the current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and lt Is expedient that
street.
City   Hall,
Tak..   notice   that   lhe   above   is   a1    *���    ^     special     :.  ,   ,.   .
Bv-law  Bha11   Y   "'vi"d   and        ,.   ,, �����
year,   in  addition   I      ��� ,,;,.//-'
in_lp_
avoided, and  the said sum should  be
raised  on  the credit of the  Corpora-
A By-law to enable the Council of
lars an equal special rate on the dol-lf:"Bea   "'!  %*. u��"'1 <"Ylue ^"'Jw���"  !'le ,City *''' XtW W?BJSS}n,teL1!0 rfli8���   	
lar will  be required to  be levied on tlon'   and   tllat  debentures  should   be  by loan the sum of Thirty  Thousand    ,     f
he whol      metlle   property 0: u�� lsT_ ^I*' T^. _    , ( ;1,,',,,l,lf00)   ?��llars  f01'  thf, >'lir'ws,
Citv of New   Westminster And-  Whereas, for the  payment of of  granting   the  same   to   the   Royal
And, Whereas, the whole rateable ,{nte1res,t on the debentures proposed Columbian Hospital.
nroncrtv of the said City according to be lssued under thls By-Law- and Whereas, it is expedient to gram
to th_ b," revise, 1 a^sWenT5 F<�� cre?tln�� aslnWngfund forthepay- the sum of Thirty Thousand ($30-
thereof is' Five Millions Three Hun-!ment of ^ said debentures whendue, 000.00) Dollars for the purpose 01 as-
dred and'.Ninetv-One Thousand. Four il (wi11 be necessary to raise by spec al sisting in the erection of a n-w build-
Hundred nnd Forty-Five (.5..91.445. j,atf- ln addit on o all other rates, ing lor the Royal Columbian Hospit-
(10)  Dollars eac    -vear d"nnS the currency of th. al in this City.
'    '"' said debentures, the sum of Thlrt.-en     And Whereas, It appears 'bat If the
Thousand. Seven Hundred and Be. sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00)
enty-Four and 52-100 ($13,774.52) Dol- Dollars be appropriated from the
lars. general  revenue of the City  for  the
Ibv the Municipal Council or the City ""i'11  rateable pri l;   ~
W. A. DUNCAN. 'of New Westminster one month from  sufficient  to   pay   1      ...,._.     t'--
City Clerk.      ���ln daIe of the first publication th-re- debentures,  arid   ...   .... "*
July  2_nd,  1909. 0t  In   the  "Dally   l.ews"   and   "Dully    "     """   ;
___^____^_^__��� Columbian"    newspapers, which f rst
publication took place cn the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote ol
I the electors of the City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on tho
25th day of Augusi, 1909, betwe. n the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
in., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks      Storehouse,      Eleventh
Hospital Debenture By-law
1909.
fund tor the paye,
thereof when due, ,.
or enactment respecting ^ n
a-   Subject as afon
be  raised   annual!
���   Bhall
1   rates
as  aforesaid,  durin ,    ,,.v ,lt
the said debenturei        .  , ,,,,,.
Ihoiisand  Two    Hundr a   <    ,,
Dollars   fo,-   the
W. A
Citv   Hall,   Julv
. DUNCAN,
Citv Oterk.
2nd.  1909.
And, Whereas, the total amount ��t
the existing debenture debt of the
said Citj Is One Million, Two Hundred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    One
 1
e  payn    ���  ,,:  jalerect
thereon, and  the sum   ,.f   ,\;,. llun.
divd  and  Twenty-two  ($922  m.
lars to provide for the repayment ol
the principal.
6.    The proceeds of the   Mi o: t>
said   debentures  shall   be app led as I
follows, nnd not otherwise:   I w_-.
paying  the cost of  .he    pass'-ng 0:
this   Hy-law   and   the   Issue  ai I .a.
of tbo debentures therein referr^u,
T.    This Bylaw shall take -ff��t��i
the 25th. day of August 1909, .-m._.
be  cited  as  the  "Si-.-. I   Imp.    :-"
Debenture By-law,   1.909 '
8.    This   By-law   before    the  _i
passing  thereof,  shall   receive th--
to enable the Council oj Bent f)_ t|1(. electors of th, s_Jd_.
the  manner require.]  bv Taw,
; '<       Received the assei ,  ,.( ���������,. ,    w
Street Improvement Deben
ture By-Law, 1909.
finally  pa   ...j:_ |
-.1  .
A  Bylaw
,,,,, ..,,.   it, ..... ,,M,,,iu   i),,i|..r.   irre      Alld- Whereas, in order to raise the cunvnt year the rate of taxation will "'e City of New Westminster io raise jn
s ecive of the sun   of Three Hundred  saM >'earl-v Bum Ot Thirteen Thousand  be excessive, and it is expedient that  by loan the sum of (Hie  Hundred
���ind  NiiietvTwo Tnous excessive    taxation    should    be Fmir   Thousand   ($104,000.00)   Dollars OI1 the da
00) Dollars proposed to be raised mi-!62"100  ($13."74-:i2>    Dollars    an equal avoided, and the said sum should be for Street Improvements. Reconsidered
der  the'"Hospital   Debenture  Bv law |sPec'al rate on the dollar will bP re- raised on  the credit of the Corpora-1   Whereas, certain sums of money hav_ open Council the.,
1909" the "Waterworks Debentur   Bv i1llire(] t0 be levied on the whole rate-  tion,   and   that   debentures   should   be  this   y.ar   been   expended   out   of   the  1909.
law 1909"  the  "Street   Improvement able   ProPerty- of   the   City of   New issued for that amount. gener*.  revenue  of  f'e  Cuy  for  the
By-'aw   1909"    the    "Incinerator  Ue- Westminster; And,  Whereas, for the payment of construction,  Improvemeni  and  repair
benture  By-law  1909"  and the  "CUy      And'   wl)ereas,  the   whole  rateable Interest   on   the   debentures  proposed of certain streets and sidewalks, and City Clerk.
Gaol    Deben'tu-e ' By-law    1909"    ot 'property of the  said   City, according to be issued under this By-Law, and it is expedient that certain additional I
which none of'the principal or'lnter-lto   tlle   ,ast  revised   assessment   roll for creating a sinking fund forthepay- sums be spent in like manner, amount-
est is in arrears j thereof,  is Five Millions, Three Hun- ment of the said debentures when due, ing  in   all     (w.th   sums    a.ready   so
' " dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four it will be necessary to raise by special spt-nw   to   the   sum   of   On,.  Hundred
Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445.-  rates, In  addition to all  other rates, and Four Thousand  ($104,000.00) 1J.1-
00)  Dollars. each year during the currency of the lars.
And. Whereas, the total amount ot said debentures, the sum of Seventeen ;    And Whereas, It appears that If the
the   existing    debenture   debt  of  the Hundred   and   Sixty-Five   and    96-100 sum of One Hundred and Four Thou-
.Va.. r.
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor
l-anbtromJnVnLstonro.8_erbsonr^od,y said Ci(y is 0ne Million-   T"'�� Hun" (*1766.96) Dollars. .-,���<!   ..m,, ...,   i>,!i;.v   i���   ii,,;,,,.
1 ' rI' s'      -'   dreii   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    One      And, Whereas, in order to raise the printed    from    the   general    revenue
NOTICE,
notice   that  Uie a_ .
pl'i.e-   I
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTJCE.
Tak.. notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the dty
Of New Westminster one month from
the date of t__ first publicaMon there
of In tlie "Daily News" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22nd. |
Hav of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of the City win be taken
on tne said proposed bylaw on the I
85th day of August, 1909, betwoen the
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, a."v sum or sums of money,
not exceeding In the whole the sum
of- Six Thousand ($0000.00) 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
whole the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars, for such sums of
money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed ln pounds sterling of t_e
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.806 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall be sealed with the Seal
of the Corporation Blgned by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be thereunto  lawfully  authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on tbe first day of July 1959
al such place or places as the Coun
ell of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
shall have attached to them coupons
for iho payment of interest nt the
rui.- of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which Interest
shall be payable half yearly on Uhe
first of January and the first day of
July, In each nnd every year, and lh
said coupons shall le- signed by lhe
said  Mayor.
4. A special rate on 11
shall be levied and raised
year, in addition lo all olhor rates
on -ill rut.-able property of the City,
sufficient to pay the interest on the
debentures, and to create a slnkim;
fund for the payment of the principal
.thereof when due, subject to any Ad
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
lhe said debentures, the Sum of Three
; Hundred ($300.00) Dollars for the
payment of interest thereon and the
sum of Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($53.19)
Dollars to provide for the repayment
of the principal.
6. The proceeds of the snip of the
said debentures shall be applied ns
foliows, and not otherwise: Towanis
paying the cost of Hie passing of
this By-law and the issue and oare
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
he cited as the "City .Tall Debenture
By-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before the final
pass'ng thereof, shall receive the as
sent of the elector- of th. said City
In  the  manner required  bv  in*.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of Rum
Reconsidered and finally passed ln
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   irre- said  yearly   sum  of   Seventeen   Hun- of      the      City      for      the    current
spective of the sum of One Hundred dred   and      Sixty-Five     and      90-100 year     the     rate    of     taxation     will
Take
true copy of the proposed By-iaw
which will be taken Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westmin. ,e; n, month bum.
the date of the -irst publication ��� ���
of in the "Dally News" and "DaUJ
Columbian" news] 1 rs, wh.chf.rst
publication   took   place en the 22nd-
and   Sixty-Four  Thousand    ($104,000-  ($1765.96) Dollars an equal special rate be excessive, and it Is expedient that 'lYYI Z?A Z   YYiII^
00)  Dollars promised to be rals_��<l un- on  the dollar will   be  required   t0  be such    excessive    taxation    should    be ��J Jl    aaM   nronosed        VVtto
City   Hall
which none of the principal or inter- dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four to he Issued under this  By Law, and  Wttferwo.k
est is in arrears. Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445.- j for creating a sinking fund forthepay-      '*
Now therefore the Municipal Coun- 00) Dol.'ars,                                            ment of the said debentures when due,
cil of the Corporation of tihe City of Anu>Whereas, the totul amount ot,h will be necessary to raise by special
New Westminster enacts as follows: the   existing    debenture  debt  of  th,.1 rates,  In  addition to all  other rates,
1. It shall be lawful for the .Mayor said City Is One Million, Two Hun each year during the currency of the
of the said City to raise by way of dred and Nineteen Thousand, One and debentures, the sum of Six Thou-
loan from any person or persons. _od,- Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre- sand One Hundred and Twenty.two
or bodies corporate, who may be will- spectlve of the sum of Three Hundred ($0,122.00) Dollars,
ing to advance the same on the credit and Sixty-Eight Thousand ($368,000.. 1 And, Whereas, in order to raise the
of the debentures, hereinafter men- 00) Dollars pro; os d to be raised un- said yearly sum of Six Thousand One
lioned, any sum or sums of money, der the "Hospital Debenture By-law Hundred and Twenty-two ($6,122.00)
not exceeding in the whole the sum 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture Bv- Dollars an equal special rate on
of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four law 1909," lhe "Street Improvemeni the dollar will be required to be
Thousand ($234,000) Dollars, and to By.law 1909," the 'incinerator Do- levied on the whole rateable property
cause the same to be paid into benture By-law 1909," and the "Citv or the City of New Westminster;
the Treasury of the *aid City for the Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," or I And, When as, ihe whole rateable
purpose,  mentioned herein. which none of the principal or inter- property  of the   said   City,  according
2. li shall be lawful for the -Mayor est is in arrears.                                     1 to  the   last   revised   assessment   roil
to   cause   any   number  of   debentures I    Now  therefore  the Municipal  Coun-'thereof,  Is  Five  Millions,  Thre..  Hun
Storehou
W.
July
A. DUNCAN,
i iv Olerk
22nd,  1909.
The following is 11   Isl ol thi stt��
and amount to be expi    ��� I on_��M
under   the  provision-   ...   the '^Jl
Improvemeni Debent. ,   Bylaw, IW
Columbia street. Ha ''���'
.... 51,1*I
ment	
Columbia stn
Hill   	
Front street, . .
Agneg street ..
Dufferin Sireet
McKenzie street
Lorne street . . .
First street  . . .
t, Gill ��� 1
be   made,    not  exceeding  in   the cil of the Corporation of Uie C ty of dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four ?,''.','?d s,r('<''
($5,391,445.-
iimoiini  nf
to
whole the  sum  of Two  Hundred and  New Westminster enacts as follows:     Hundred   and   Forty-F
Thirty-Four      Thousand        ($234,000)       1.    Ii  shall be lawful for the .Mayor 00)  Dollars.
Dollars,    for    such    sums    of   money of  the  said  City  to  raise  by way of     And,  Whereas,  the total
as     may     be    n quired,    not     less loan from any person or persons, t od.v the  existing    debentur
than $100.00 each,   or an  equivalent or bodies corporate, who may be wlli- said City Is On,- Million,    Two Hun
expressed  in  pounds sterling of the ln>. to advance the same on the credit died   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    One
United Kingdom of Great Britain and of the debentures,    hereinafter men- Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars  irre-
Ireland,    at  a   value  of  4.S..6  to  the  tioned, any  sum  or sums  of  money,
ipound  sterling;  and al]  such debent- not  exceeding in  the  whole the sum
($30,000.00)   Dol-
same to be paid
dollar  ures   shall   u   sealed   with   the    Seal of  Thirty  Thousand
n   each /of  the    Corporal ion    signed  by    tlie lars and to cause th
Mayor    and     countersigned     by     ih.-  Into the Treasury of the said City for 1909," the
Treasurer thereof, or by such other .the purposes mentioned herein.
person  or persons as  may  be  thereunto  lawfully authorized.
.1.    The     said   debentures  shall   be
payable on the first day of Julv 1959.
spectlve of the sum of Two Hundred
and Ninety-Four Thousand ($29 I,mill.-
00) Dollars proposed to be raised un-
der the "Hospital Debenture Hy law
'Waterworks Dele nutty By-
the  "Street   Improvement
law  1909,"
���6.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor By-law   1909,"    the    "Incinerator  De
cause  any  number of debentures benture  Bv-law 1909," and the "City
be  made,    not  ex; ceding  in   the Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    of Col,,lr- streel
the  sum  of  Thirty   Thousand  which none of lhe principal or Inter
to
lo
whole
Third street
Fourth  street   . . .
Fifth   street    . . .
,,    .     ,   ,, __ Seventh street . ��� ���
6l,t ?IYY  Eighth street  ...
Niiiiiilino sin el   .
Twelfth streei    ,
Thirteenth sir. e|
Fourteenth sue 1
Hamilton Sireet .
Dublin sireet . ..
Ed In burgh streel
London sireet . .
Tenth street. ...
Alberta sireet  . . .
at such  place or places as the Coun-1 ($30,000.00) Dollars, for suah sums of est Is ln  arrears
ell of the said Corporation nay from : money as may bo required, not less | Now therefore the Municipal Conn-
lime to time appoint, with the ap- than $100.00 each, or an equivalent ell of the Corporation of the'Citv of
proval  of the holders    thereof,    and expressed   In  pounds  sterling of  the New Westminster enacts as follows-
Lelth streel
Royal avenue ���
Queen's avenue
Fifth avenue ���
Fourth avenue
open Council the.,
1909.
City Clerk.
.dav of,
shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment of Interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which interest
shall be payable half yearly on uhe
first of January and the first day of
July, ln each and every year, and th.
said coupons shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised In each
year, in addition to all oilier rates.
on all rateable property of ihe City,
sufficient to pay the interest on the
debentures, and to oreat,. a slnkng
fund for the payment of the irinclpa'
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5- Subject as aforesaid, Here shall
be raised annually by Special rates
ns aforesaid, during ihe currency of
the said debentures, the sum of
Flcven Thousand Seven Hundred
($11,.00) Dollars for the Payment of
vterest thereon, and the sum of Two
|Thoiisand   and   Seventy-Four  ,.���,]   52.
1100   ($2074.52)  Dollars to Provide for
Mayor, the repayment of the principal.
:-d Kingdom of Groat Britain and     1.   It shall he lawful for the Mkyor Sixtft aveml<?	
and,    at a  value  af  4.866  to  the;of the said  City to raise bv wa,.  nf Seven,h avenue  ...
Eighth avenue
Third avenue	
Tenth avenue ..
Hospital street, Blali
cltanan  av.-niie   ...
Streots  generally   ..
Unl
Ireland, at a value af 4.866 to the or the said City to ralse by way" of
pound sterling; and aj) such debcnt-loan from any person or persons, ibod,-
ures shall ihe sealed with tbp Seal or bodies corporate, who may be will-
of the Corporation signed by the lng to advance th�� same on the credit
Mayor and countersigned by tne. jof the debentures, hereinafter men-
Treasurer thereof, or by such other jtloned, any sum or Burns of money,
person  or persons ns  may be  there- j not exceeding ln  the wholo the sum
1
Total
.U1
1,500
(Ml
SM
10)
2,40V J
I
:: tM I
I
...
I
5M
��M I
;jj
SOI I
lllli
sol I
3,0M
c, illll [
Y
] nM I
2,500
l,5f�� I
lt600
1,-
.14
1,000
.._�����
ii���1
unto lawfully authorized. |Of One  Hundred  and Four Thousand
3. The said debentures shall bo i ($104,000,000) Dollars and to cause
payable on tbe, first day of July 1959. the same to be paid Into the Treasury
at such place or places as the Coun-|Of the said City for the purposes men-
cll of the said Corporation may from :tioned  herein.
time to time appoint, with the ap- 2- It shall be lawful for the Mayor
proval of the holders thereof, and to cause nny number of debpntu.-ns
shall have attached lo them coupons to be made, not exceeding Jn the
for  the  payment of  Interest    nt  the whole the sum of On..  Hundred  and
rate of five per centum per annum on Four Thousand  ($104,000.00)    Dollars thP CUv of New Wesi
the   amount   thereof,    which   Interest for   such    sums   of   money   as may hv loan the sum of Tu-m
shall  he paya: ln half yearly on   the be   required,    not   ieas than fUmm (J20 000 00)   Dollars   i"
first of January jarid the first day of each,    or   an    equivalent    expressed of  building an  Inclm'1' ,, *
Incinerator Debenture ft
Law, 190').
A By-law to enable '
pound
���
Y
_|S��
'
net
July, In ench and every yenr, and the In    pounds,  slot-ling    0f      tho    TTnlt-'    wh-rns   it is* expedlei
said coupons shall  be signed  by tho ed   Kingdom of   c.reat    Britain   and Inrovemeni   ot'Sanltft.   '       i���.raW
said Mayor. Ireland,     at  a  value  of  4.888   to  the  thn   Citv   that   a   pU �� ''
4.   A    special    rate on   the  dollar pound sterling;  and al) such debent- sbnuld be built  for thi nt*
shall   bo  levted   and   raised   in  each  nrca  shall  he  sealed  with   the    Sv.il  refuse al   the  cosl  of  Tv   '' >
vear,  In addition  fo all  other  rates, of the    Corporation    si^netf hv    the sand   (120 000 00)   D"'1 lftW
on all rateable property of the City, Mayor   and    countersigned    by   tho '  And Whereas It appear   'hai ;NDAY. AUGUST 9,
1909.
THE  DAILY
..
c
WB.,
PAGE  SKVI-.N
��� -.-,.���_-inH   i J^O 000-00)   Division of New Westminster Distil.;
__nol rwentj  rhousand l*-u.         ��                                  d .   ,o be returned io ba,
'���",".'he  C"     ^  SLffi_  of    the   applicant  Is   the   Van   - "''  ��*   J* differ- one
���'������".e of uxuti..., will  couver     Pow-r     Company,     Limited ,: "X
  the raie oi "              h .   ,     ,       ,t    lu,1(]  offlce  at  Ule  Cltv  (��� ."�� t   of     return.
SffiT. Jancouvl.   British Columbia,  baling 1T&S��Z*�� "^ ��' ^
capital    of    $2,600,000, divided    into. , Y    ,              .^m
"-.110,01,0  shares   of    |L00    each, al '"   o�� Yf'Y'1      ,   ,'
^^^^��� Is about  300 feet,  ijl       _>
.,;;. aud"it lsexpedl
such
lore  ot   Kees  island,
ison   group.     Dated
,���_,���,,' Applying   lor   the
ine win...
. ainint
160  acres
excessive
voided, and
.     taxation       ^^^^^
tha said sum should   be
credit of the Corpoia-
debentures  should   be  lully paid
.
ami   .
,1 foi  that
up.
\
amount.
lor
of
________________________________ land   int. nde I to  be
 Ut-)  Th-e name  ol   the  lake,  str-am  I roposed  works  W_J
JsBuelJ. whereas, ior the paymen: oi -or  source   (if  unnamed,  the  descrlp   no aci.(.s     (k)   TM   no.
,l,e   debentures   proposed   tion   is   all     unnamed    creek   coming   tic .        ,   0M   the   7Ul   d       ot
!������'                 under this By-Law, and  fr011i   the     northeasi     emptying   IntojJuly, application     will"   be
to   '           .L..inking fund forthepay- Mlslllloet river,  North    Ann  Burrard   a Commissioner   on   the
for                     lebenturee whenoue, Inlet (iudiun River) at or about four Utli August  iyi)9
sary toraise by spec.al |uli)es fl.0111 lls U10uth.                              the  n and  addresses'of anv  ri-
,.n  to  all  other rates, |     (c. Tlu,   point   of   division   is   about   [larlai [t-tors or licenses who or. .
. ring the currency of tne flve   nljies  lol���   tne  junction   of said  who ,   Hkelv- to be affected \tbe 1,0rtl
.tare"  >i>-sum of One Thou. Ip^pii  wjti, gai,)  river,                                by tli..  ii.onn_._i  ���.������i,-   -i.i.,,.  -v,������_|land
ALBERT HUNT,
H.   FORD,  Agent.
'ell.   1909.
MADE.:. CANADA
-a
,. ."Hundred and Seventy -seven I    (d). The quantity of water applied or below t  .  outlet,    B. F   Dickins,
CjIKl     '''    L ' .__.___-*.* _-_-.ll�� _���_��� I  *_ / _ ��� _... 1_J_. *,_      _ -.��._        ___.j__r.___   . 1-,.    Illft-��n        ��.
���tn 100 ($1177.30)  Hollars. |for   (in cubic    feet  per  second;,  150 I Vancouver, B. C,
;,:" , reas, In order to raise tha cu,bic feet per second. The pari
Y"  -       un of One Thousand One |     (e)   The     character   of     the     pro   Association   ol   Ib
-: seventy-seven and 80-100 posed works is the diversion of Bald authorized   tl
Dollars an equal special rate [creek by means of dam, ditch, Hum-   and works, rends as follows.
���!]1.;        tlar ��'ll  be required  to be natural waterways, tunnels and pipes,      (3)    The    objects  for    which
*"* ,S on the whole rateable property and   the  establishment in  connection
City of New Westminster; therewith of a water power plant for
...,,.,s,   the   whole   rateable ;,lu   generation  of   electricity  for  me- ,
...,,(..  of the  said  City, according |0jjanlcal,   Industrial    and commercial power by records of unrecorded  wa-
? ?_> last  revised   assessment   roi1 i purposes  anu-  particularly  in  the op-|ter or by  tl
levlei
of ibe
Ami
., '                   Range one.
��� ' """������        lat  John  Johnson   ot
Xa iver, B   C, occupation,    sale.
__   .... |n:"' intends i.. apply for permlssloi
(1)  Give   <J   I lrcha_e  the   following   descrtbto
' lane.
Commencing at a  post  planted  ou
' shore of John isinnI ��� is-
elther above"*"" "etween Kees island and Davies
Ulan I,      Dated,  June  Oth,  1909.    Applying  for the  whole island   contain-
Memorandum  ot|lng ,;,J acres more or less.
Sompany    which; joiin .iohnson.
proposed   application i Per S. H.  FORD   Agent.
Dated June Cth. 1. ��>
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^__._    the-��� -������________.
Com;.uny Is established and io whlcn |    n. , . .   .,.  _
objects the  Cotiqiany  are    restricted I    _i. nct of ����ast  hdase One
iby the proposed  works
^^^_______^
i;,.. Vancouv
Russell   Hotel.
(l. T. Bpi i:i_   Vancouver.
O.  II.  Robertson,  Kamloops.
Geo. K   Steadson, Toronto.
Jameg Stanton, Toronto.
A.   M    Km burn.   \'ancouver.
J. ll   Parks, Vnncouver.
_.   11.   Bill.   Pltl   River.
E   F Nobles, Belllngham.
.Ino.   McLeod,   Vancouver.
W. H. Maclnnes, Vancouver.
.1. A  Chapman and wife, Tuba, Okl
S.  M. Join, ion, Vancouver.
A Gonzales and wife, Vancouver
mow k
BMR-IQE
.___/,__'uu iJ Dill,   i'
Ta
the last revised   assessment   ron |,.urp0se_.  and particularly  in  the
,-u,,  Millions,  Thre.  Hun-  vriltlon of niotors, mach     .., .
Ninety-One Thousand. Four  ilghlng   tramways    and  other
which such light, he��
suitable and availabl
thereof, is Fiva M""��ii.' Th-ef S"!1Yf'ra,ion of m��,ors. machnery, electric |cord8 or water privileges for (a) Con-
jr_ and  Nineiy-v/ue   ����������������-. -����� iiigning,   tramways    anu  uuuor   works Burnetii       operating   and   maintaining
- nd  Forty-Five   (|5,391,446.- (f0l. whicli such light, heat and power jelectric  works,  i>ower  houses,  gener
are th   acquisition Of water and water ivnr
nm__.   v... j.    _��   ...     I van
inii
cha
C
th.
purchase of  waier re-
Hundred  a
40) Dollars-       _M 	
.nil. W iK-reas, the ioiui ����"""'v"| (f). The    premises     on   which  the
,x, ting    debenture  debt  of   the b                      ^
total amount of
tli-
Million,    Two Hun-
gen,-rule
One   Million,      i��.   amu,   yi(,cMc   poWel.    Hg,lt     a���d     hua,     ,0
milwi   t(,<;n Thousand one uun 'tracti(JI1   lighting,    heating,  manufac- form of  developed  Power-    :U1(^    for
^ (11,219,100.00) doUars Irrespective turln   ,u       j industrial or .transmitting the same to be u*.d by
15 _..      ...      Tl, t-., Iiini   IH. ailU 0000000" I.U-     _*t -_
l Iwl Nineteen Thousand One Hun-
__'<_! 219 i"".oo) dollars Irrespective
^f?1-" ..,. T'hree Hundred and
(f378,000.-
atlng plant and such other appliances
and conveniences as are necessary
and proper for ihe generating of electricity, oi electric power, or any other
of
lenty-Blght    Thousand
I D [iara proposed to be ra.sed un-
i, -h-    Hospital   Debenture   Hy-aw
fl- thi "Waterworks Debenture By-
Z 1 "   ibe  "Street   improvement
Bviaw 1909,'' the "Incinerator De-
Lam- By-law 1909." and the "City
_\^Debenture By-law 1909," ot
^ch n0ne of the principal or inter-
��t is iii arri ars.
Now therefore the Municipal Coun-
Y ni the Corporation of the City of
vew west ister enacts as follows:
1   USha" "e 1:oWfrUl.serbvhewa7oriI,ohlt 0t retUrn is a""UL 2200 feet
ibod   i     (J1- '''he   area   of   Crown   land
other  purposes  to  which  it may  be |-h��, Company or by persons or corn-
a|)]ijje(j panles contracting with the company
(i.) If the water is. to be used for therefor, as a motive power for the
power or mining purposes describe operating of motors, machinery or
the Place where the wa.er is to be re- electric lighting or other works or to
turned to some natural channel, and be applied by the Company to con-
ibe difference In altitude between snm'K for heating or as a motive
point of diversion and point of .-.- r^wer for propelling tramways, or for
turn. The water Is to be returned '' r vln- haul��pe. llf,1,1��' Pumping,
to the Nortii Arm of Burmrd Inlet luting, crushing
at or near tbe place where the pres
��[ the said City
lonn from any person or persons
ent power house of the applicant is
situated. The differenc ��� of elevation   between  point of  diversion    and
in
b.. will- [tended to be occupied by the proposed
(k). This   notice was posted on the
*�� Wirtles corporate, w-ho may ��� ..      .
;;   ., -���,. .,���,. the same on the credit works will not exceed SU acres
����� .1... debentures,    hereinafter  men-'     tK^-  't"3 ^^^^^
K>'. the debentures,    a        ^  ^^ 1(th ^    ^ ^  J(jl>.
^^��� 1909, and application will be mad.- to
the
 smelting,  drilling
and milling or for any other operations to which it may be adapted o<-
to be used or suppll."-! for or in con
nection with any other purpose* for
which electricity or elee'ric power
may ibe applied or required, (g) For
", rendering   water   and    water     power
tion. 1. any  ___________
not exceeding In  the wholo the sum
"f Twenty Thousand  ($20,000.00) Dollars and io cause the same to be paid
into tlie Tr.asury of th<. said City for
ihp Durooses mentioned  herein.      ^L_���_________________    .
_ iS be lawful for tfe Mayor authorizes the proposed application
to cause any number of debentures and works, reads as follows:
to be made, not exceeding in the! (3). The objects for which the
w_o\t the sunt of Twenty Thousand company is established aud to which
,;". 'Millars for such sums of 'objects the company are restricted
money as may be require-, not less are the acquisition of water and
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent j water power .by records of unrecord-
rressed in pounds sterling of t_e;ed water or by the purchase of
_ ,.   .     .__   ���_-     __     ._     water     pnviieg^
Commissioner on the 20th day of
August,  1909.
The  part of    the  memorandum or
asosciation  of  the    company     which
available for use, application and distribution by erecting dams, fncreaslng
the head of water in any existing
body of water, or extending the area
thereof, diverting the waters of any
stream, pond or lake into any other
channel or channels, laying or erecting any line or flume, pipe or wfre
constnictlng any raceways, reservoir,
ie notice that James Watson, ot
uiver, B. C-, occupation, farmer.
Is to apply for permission U> pur-
the following described lands:
nmencing at a post planted on
lortheasi shore of Owl island.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the whole island, containing 1G. acres
mor.- or less.
JAMES  WATSO_.
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agait.
Dated June (ith, 1909.
Windsor Hotel.
W. G.  Dunn, Cloverdale,
H.   Ru_nr4,  Cloverdale.
J,   E.   .UrFerrau.   Vancouver,
11. C.  It. >wn. Vancouver,
J. Eltom, Vancouver,
G. E. I learn, Vamaou-vev-
Tom Wild... s. ;_t.u��. Waste,
John  s.  Creighton,  Butte,  Moot.
Alex. Ross-, Vancouver,
E.  H. Schiller and  wife.  B��IU_gh_n_
!_
It is to tho c_v_".t-.^c
I of every  Iiou.-.eLecper
id Can__.i ta :: "3 V.lCtt
Ma^lc Baking Powder.
Gillett's Porlumcd Ly-i
Imperial LJakin'; Pow
Glllctt's C.-ai- Tar^r,
Royal Yjast CuV.es.
Clllctt'a .Mai-moth Blue.
i.tagtic Baking Soda.
Glllctt'3 Washing Crystal.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
Intends to apply for permission to pur-
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, lady,
chase the following described  lands:
Commencing' at a post planted in
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, the largest island ln the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing (10 acres  more or less.
BERGETA ANl/ERSON,
Per  S.  H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 6th. 1909.
WILL PAY BONUS       !
ON MM BABIES
MADE FOR OVER
50 YEARS
  (E��l_Ii��he- 1.52)        j
Z. W. OILLETT CO.. LTD.. Toronlo. Ont
ALLEGED PLOT ON
THE CZAR'S LIFE
France Will Take Radwai
Means to Increas* Birth.
Rate.
Hem German. Police Watched General
Harting,. Suspected of Being the
Ag��ntProvocateur.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
a small bay on north shore of Bend
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying  for tbe  whole  island, contain-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^     B*wtln,     Amis.    I'..���Baron.    B    Own.
Har_n.&,  aliiks  1'andesen.   the Russian
Earis. Aug. C.���France, befijg BtlUl agent-provocateur, appears to have
uneasy -ia the subjeat of "race sui-(been a. source of anxiety u> Hie *i(-'r-
cide,'' lias decided to. take drastic (man police dating tin*. Urn. that. t__
steps to remedy mal'*��c-, and in the i Empn:��u- William meti the. 'isair at
Autumn   s^ssiou  of   Parliament    pro-   Kiel.
posals to increase the population wllll   Hartfcg arriwd there) with ib-^ Ru*
be  [jut   f<mwa.rd. [dan. d**ctivesv ostensibly to. look a-t-
The two schemes which haws at-Iter the safety of the Tsar, Tb��
tracted the- most attemtoa-are those flermam moi ice aathoritles, weli stsao*
drawn, up by _L Paul Leroy lieau- jot Hanavg's earner, consideed it their
lieu, aneiiunt-at economiw., and  Krof. I titty to kw*qi a sareful watoh. om lum
aqueduct   weir,  wheel,    buflffl-g,    or lng SO acres more or less
exir
United Kingdom of Great Britain and water  records
Ireland    at a value of  4.866  to the for.
pound sterling; and all  such debent-      (a).    Constructing,
itn-s shall be sealed  with  the    Seal maintaining   electric
of the   Corporation    signed  by
Mayor   and   tounterslgned    by    the
Treasurer thereof,  or   by  such  other
person or persons as  may   be   thereunto lawfully authorized.
3.   The   said debentures  shall   be
payable on the first day of July 1959,
operating    and
         works,     imwer
Uie | houses,   generating   plant    and.    such
other appliances and conveniences as
are necesasry and proper for the
generating of electricity or electric
power, or any othe form of developed   power,  and   for  transmitting
  the same to be used by the company
"at sue- place or places as the Coun-jor by persons or companies contract-
cil ol the said Or.xiratlou u'a.v from I Ing with the compan;, therefor, as
tlmt. to time appoint, With the ap-|a motive power for the operating ot
proval of the holders    thereof,
���and
shall bave attached to them coupons
for the payment of Interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
motors, machinery, or electric lighting or other works, or to be supplied
by the company to consumers for
heating or as a motive power for pro-
the amount thereof, 'which Ini. rest polling tramways, or for driving,
shall be payable half yearly on "he hauling, lifting, pumping, lighting,
first of January and the first day uf'crushing, smelting, drilling and mill-
July, in -uch and .-very year and the ing or for any other operations to
said coupons shall be signed by the | which it may be adapted or to De
..aid Mayor l"sed or supplied for or In connection
1. A ' special rate on the dollar I with any other purposes lor which
stall bo levied and raised in each I electricity or electric power may be
year, in addition to all other rates, applied or required,
on all rateable property of the City.! (g). F"��r rendering
siiffli-ir.tit to pay the inter,st on tbeiwater pawer available
debentures, and to create a sinking oation an* distribution by erecting
fund for the payment of the principal |dams
thcr.of when due, subject to any Act
���or enartni, nt respecting the same
other erection or work which may be
required in connection with the improvement and use of the s;rid water
and water power or by aitfering, renewing, extending, Improving, repairing or maintaining any such works,
or any part thereof.
VANCOUVER POWER CO'Y., _TD.
(Signature) F, H. W. Hope, A. B.
Beck,  Directors.
J. V. Armstrong, Secr_-ury.
P.  O.  Address, Vancouver, BC.
[Seal of the Vancouver Powas Coy.,
Ltd.]
LAND   ACTS.
District of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, iewelar,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following descrmed
auds:
FRANK JACOBSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated Jun. 6t_t, 1909.
Riehf-nt, off .I* Academy of Mqdittine.
Mr>.Richest proposes that the state
shall -cifry bonuses on evftcy baby except the fir-sub (.ra. A s_:ond l,*i>y
would, bring a payment of. a hun<ii-d
dollars and. fewevy succeeding one. a
bonus-<4-$2nil. JL Riches, beliews
that   uiidej-.  Phis   system   thk.   numb_r
and his accomplices. TUe chief of
peiice spurn all biis spare time wtti
Harting aad nuulti excursions with
hlm to other Balt-n ports, Uius aRhJftvr-
Ins Ids punQnse ct never ihsing sight
of   lhe   _g-t��t..
la was din. to tins*. end_avors thai
the  at tern _l. on  th . Tsars life which
DistHct of  Coast  Range One.
Take notice t_at Adolph O. John-
som, o_ Vam_ourverr E. C, occupation,
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase %e following described land!*:
Commencing at a pout planted! on
th-e- north shore of Crib is-iand Dated
June 6th, 1909-. Applying fo. ��_e
whole isl-nd', containing 9S1 acres
more or less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHN"50N,
Per  S.  H.  FO'KD, Agent.
Dated Juae 6th. I90_
of  births, whloh.  La  now   7MJ.000   MBrlthe   revolntlonariert intend-tl   making
annum,  would  lincrease  to    1,000,00111- at ISSel.newsr took  alace.
This   w.u-d   oosi   the    stat��    aww. | 	
$60,00!i.noii  a  jeair,      The     jrofessac- Ctianjed  Plaraes. in  Boat.
liroiKises  to. raise  the money by   iu_-     OHV-wa, CUsU, Aug; S.���Albert Bou_-
posing a heavy  ileairii duly  nlf.50  pe_|gean,of Ot-tewa,  broittier-in-buw. of. Dr.
cent onnatflo-llanaca] Inherltaaces and!
all estai^s left by parents t.ioan onlfe
child.
Oui ii ift, a prominitnt physician ot
Hull, was tihawn.d. 3a*tt nitwit while
c4-ossi_g from    Hull    to his summer
M. Boalleai. snj.g,--t.s that no clvt:u|hoiue at Gatiieau. Poflsti H _ w-lk in.
servant or municipal offleiali shouldljja rowboat with a com*anion, and nei-
be appointed, to hi. office uniiB he lather <-af the  '-n>st\ coulic sw^m..     HbBjf
New Wes-nin_ter  Land   District,   District af New Wtestrninsier.
Tike notice that Wilfrid Dougaiii o�� !ch_ldren.
Vancouver,    oocupatiotu    fanmer,    in-t'
th.   parent  of   three   children..    This.
stipulation  would  ajjply    to     ��M)men ij
officials as Wielli as in--n.
.    A   bill   has   been   placed   up��*n   the
liable of  the. Frnnch  coamlier  i_-kln_ j
jit a punishabl- aSbnm    to    n Sitae to
[accept or.to send away tenant*, from
'dwellings  because of    iheir    having
-ttemptied  to change  places.
Commencing at a post planted, in. a I tends to apply far permission to 3ur't n III IU| V   Dllll mil.
mall bay on north sb..re ot Horry is-  cbtaie  the   following   ribscribed   lands: . UAILWAI> Dl_.__U.-l_
land   dated   June  4th,   1909.      Apply-;    Commencing  art  a   post   planted   atl
 * ACDKE1 _JBTA
ng for the  whole Island,  containing
100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4ih, 19.9.
L>ND   REGISTRY   AC...
| Take noiicej'.hat an.application bas
h.t��. made to< regjstec Annin Rv<ter
iis. the 'iwner Ln fee simple, under. _
tax sale; deed -torn Sidney A.. Fletcher
fa. AniiU. Rydejj,, bearing, date the 13th
day of October- A. D., 1906 ot alL anil
fslngular that certain parcel or tract
Of land and uremisea situate, lying
___ being in. tbe d.strict of N��w.
Weatmlnater,  iu.. the  province of  Bult-
watcr     and
ii-.\  appli-
Dat'ed' July 21st, JS09.
District  o{  Coast  Range One.     ���	
Take notice that Dora Anderson, ol :  .	
Vancouver..   B.   C., occupation, lady,     ga aanti (j_. _u_jn), ot southeast Quai>
ncreaslng tt. head of water In j.ntend- to apply for permissJon to pur- L      uf ��� ^^gUo,,,    ^o,   townsliip  W   N.'>*
Commencing -it  a   post  planted   afel"
\o_tlieast  cornea-of  lit  US9,  thence I
south 20 o-ains, thence east 4_)ichains..I, HU*I?L. It.  tlLIULIII/l.
thsne.  north  tot coast, tiieuce ftdlinv- j'sb.     Columbia,,     more     particularly
ing the cotist line    fu  point of oom. '   known and described as, Loi 2_, BU_ck.
mancementt U l->��ta S,, 9, Hi. and 17, Block 4; Lata
WILFRID  DOUGALI., .Ci. P. R- C_.N��.f��..and: C. T. P. Ave All n,, ., 9, 1_  and 17, BIsck ���!.;  Lots 4.
Per. G. M'. Dougiil, Agent.
Busy in  Different Stations.if
lb.u Rnov.'nce^
5. Subject as aforesaid, ther shall
'be raised annually by special rate��
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the saiii debentures, th-e sum of One
Thousand ($1,00000) Dollars for tbe
payment of interest thereon and ttK
snm of One Hundreti and Seventy-
Seven and ;m-100 ($177.30) Dollars to
provid,. for the repayment of the Pnn"
clpal.
6. Tho proceeds of t_# sale of tie
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
.paying the cost of the passing ot
-this Hy inw and the Issue nnd ea_
���of the debentures therein referred to-
7. Tm. By-law shall take nffect on
the 2r,ih. day 0f August 1909, and may
lie cited a�� the "Incinerator Debenture
By-law, 1909."
8. This By-law before the final
passlnc thereof, shall receive the assent i.f the electors of the said CBy
in tb-  manner required by  law.
Received the assent of the electors
on tho day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed in
open Council the day of ��� ���
1909.
any existing body of water, or e�� rchase tbe f��H>.wn,
tending the area thereof, diverting;
the waters of any stream, pound or
lake into any other channel or chtin-
n��ls, laying or erecting any lime OT|
flnn_., pipe or wire constructing any
raceway, restwoir, axpieduct, weir,
wheel, building or other erection or
worK which may be requi.edi in connection with tlie Improvement and!
use of the said water and water-
power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing, or
maintaining any such weeks or any
part thereof.
VANOOUVER POWER CO., LTD,
Signatures: F. H. W. Hope, A. E.
Beck, directors; J. V- Armstrong, sec-
reUry
desert. Mil lands-:
on
Commencing at a post  planted on i^Kastmltiiater ��iist.i<st.
the north shore of Klaoltsfcte island, a '    ? hsr��tt. l,noof   _ ^L toss ci. cerii-
small  island  south of Turser l3ialui. I'^o ��i iitl(-numl��rl ,._a, issued in
Dat^ June  6th,  1909.    Applying  for  *e nam^ of WMlhun Oh_on..haa.be��u
the what- island,    40 acras, more-or I,"?? ,'n lWs office.
,9^ I   Notice is herebjj- givem that I shaJI,
DORA ANDBRSO-l*, '*t tlle expi'iation of one month tr_n.
P_r  S   H   _ORD   Aaent.     |��he-dl����e of tlle Pirat ptiblicatwn, b,��e--
_:   .-luuu'     g inf. in a dMiy, nowspap.tr. pulilished. im
Date- June 6th, 1909.
Dlstii.t oi  Ooast  Range-One.
Take  notice that  John    Oteen
!Taneo_��er, B. C. occupation, farmes-,
intends  to.  apply   for   p-ruiiasion   to
purchase    0*B    following;     _?_cribs_i
lands:
jl   Commencing  at  a  pest   planted  in
[hay at northwest    co-met- of   Dawies-
tho City of New W��ti��:nster, lssim a
dUpllisU- <_ the said <>-ti.le_te untes&
iin   the  mejantinse   valid   ob_pciioa ba
ollmadie to tne in; writing-
W. ��. KJ-1- H.
SHBtriii, Rog,6*trar ��f Ti-Ps.
Land   Reglstsy  Office.    New-   Wasfc-
milwter. B.. c ��� Aaifflgj ~ t9oa.	
p.  O. Address,  Vancouver.  B,  -d. _ 'ftianuB.     Dttted   June   6th,  iT809
Ap-
ISeal of Vancouv-'I. Power Oo.. Ltd.. \pjyia^ for the whole- Islanilj contain-
 , I jug 2lM aeires more J>r les_.
JtJHf. OIliSBM.
Calgary,  Aug.  8.���It Is dolbttul
Oaen.  bas ever. bean, so, tuui-h I
building in Alberta  la, at
..., 12.13 and 20,, Block 9;  U_s 1��� 8., X
[IE aud _I, Blcu-Jt 10;   Lots V 8, 9, 1&-
j'uul.17, Block 12; Lots -1, 5��� 1_, U and
pi,, Block. 13;  Lots L    .    . 16 ami 17,
B__k  1.4^, U-a    1.....9,    16, and. tZ,
lliluck 16��� Lot_, 4, 5, aad.20, Block 17;
i       [Lots 1, 8^ 9, Di and II, Bk_k IS; Lot
'"���     - [ft.. Block. _L aU subdivlsk��_. of    Lot
IS, 14
building in  Allierta  la- at the p.Msent rb^ y 1     q,^ 1Q)  1l_ x
_____   The a.B. R- is exceedingly ac-vj ^   ^^ ���K��� g^y^^ 0l  Lqc
Ive, and its crews at mea "ire flotied..g
27, 31
^^^^^^^^_^^^^^^_^_  2&&, Gi_��ii L.     Lots. 24, 25, 26, 27,
aii. over the provinc.!.. B^ 32) BlttCk L;   u^ ^ j. W . '
In an interview with  Mr. A. Brlce,,K^   -^   u    ^  u   l5 Ls> ^   ^^ ^
>ai____��_l supej-ntendsnt, a glanc. was jC^ck 4; U)L lf( B^ck ^ j^ h 8< a.
given    yesterday      _      the    'u:UUl> |K(i and 17. Block 15;  lvtxVs L. i. 12, IS.
throughout.the. province..     __   _ jj^ 21)^  B'L(iWk   9i  subdivision  q��  U_
Block   4  ot
The   work  un    the  cutoff. b_t-Vaen.fi,
The   worK   mi    Ui.-c_i.oi.   "Y-^._ . Un B
Uacteod and.   Letkbcidge   is naw-ing L      ���- �� ^ ^      n^
U__  completed, stagp.     Las mg steel p^^ muy U)OSt; claimlng t
ttTY Of NEW lltSlttlNSTt.
WATER HOTICE.
1   ty Clerk.
Mayor.
Notice Is hereby given that an ;-_���-
plication will be made nniUir Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," Xo. obtain a.
license lu the New Westminster Division of New Westminster DistrlcL
(a) The name, address and occupa-iraes.
Hou of the applicant Is the Vancou- to purchase the
ver Power Company, Limited, having  lands
Per  S.   H. FOBS.   AR>.nt.
Dated Jane 6th, 1809,
Dlstriet of  Ooasi Ranije On*
Take notice   that  Ra!|>li   JacobsoHv
o_ Va_i��-ver,  B. C:, ownpatjon,  f*.
intends to apply  Sor  permlsstoo
following   described
-----   --   -   H/& rlt    -. vaneou-i    Commencing at  a  post  planted on
�� he_5..!_��?,__ *_f_ffl__A*__5to_ -Ithe southeast __�����. i_ a sw_l b_y *
NOTICE, _.	
Take  notice  that  tbe  above   is   a{ 500,000 shares of $1.00 each, all taUy
true copy of  tb-    proposed    By-law  pald up.  (b)   The niame of lhe
ver,  British  Columbia, and tavlng -, =^TS7~iii"^jf"~ Akadl    lun-    4th,
capita,   of  $2,500,000^ divided  tato^ ffi^pjfjg ^^��____*
lake. I tontaining 80 acres more or less
which will be taken into consideration
by th. Municipal Council of the CRy
of New Westminster on�� month from
the date of the first publication there
of in the "Dally News" and "Daly
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22-d-
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
the doctors of th. City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
86th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
nt. at the following places, hame'.y.
Tb,. Council Chamber, civic building;
the Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
btreet.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk.
City  Hall,  Julv   22nd.   1909.      .
stream or source, MislUoet BJver,
North Arm, Burrard Inlet, (Indian
River). (0) The point of ^ei* on
is situated about 12 miles from the
mouth of the river. <d) The quantity
of water applied for in cubic feet per
second, 800. le) The character Of
the proposed works, a *����$*"
plant for the generation of ?]ocYll���
for merohanlcal, industrial and eoni"
merclal purposes and particularly in
the operation of motors, machiney.i
electic Ugh��lng, the oi
tramways and other works
RALPH JACOBSON
Per & H. FORD.  Agent.
Dated Juae 4th. 190..
has been started, and the work. w.lU|
be completed, before the end. at 'Sei>-
teniber. This new line will pass,
through, a "secy  ex.cclle.nt couatuy..
The rood from Klpp to Aldersi'dK.
which mesas 'be short Hue from Calgary to Lethbrldge, is progressing
very nicely. The road Is, to run to
Aldersyde, at. least, the C. P. R. hi*
received  no oilier information.
The imd will be to Ca.rmung,_y h>
the middle of September.     It will uot
i come  any   farther   this  season.
���ipe   wuu an i_=.u_ I    Tht> b,:;",ch from Langdwu. north is
inches   and    about' progressing   favorably,  and   the  road
District of Coast Range One
Take aotlce that Jacob .aoobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation i ar-
penter, intends *�� apply for P1: l,l,s"
sion to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planti
I on
__________      ..thp southwest shore of Mound     and.
the   operation     oi | mted   June 4th   1909      Applying for
for wmon lhe whoJe Uland   containing 80 acres
such light,  heat and  power are s>';Ymore or less,
able  and  available.      (0    The   premises on  which  the  water Is  to
TEN.DEJRS FOR STEEL PIPE.
Teodiers will U* received by the undersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at _>:00 pjn., lot supplying about 74,-
600 feet ��f steel pipe, with au Inside
diameter of 24 ^^^^^^^^^^^^
16.000 feet of steel pipe with an in-
sii<�� dbime'er 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
flve 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 until August 16, at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
CUv Clerk.
has Inteii graded some distance north.
On the Wetaskiwlu branch the road
has been graded to Wllkie, which is
the next divisional point east. That
will complete this WetaskiWin branch.
which runs from WetaSkiwIn to Saskatoon. That will cut the Bidmon-
ton business off from the main line,
and. will give a short Une from fcld-
uioiUon to Winnipeg. The i-oad
along this line should be tinlshed by
October 1.
Grading ls completed from Stettler
to Castor, and the road will be completed In about six weeks' time.
Tbat is the record of one road, and
shows something of the great activity
In this part of the country.
WATER NOTICE.
used is situated at ��r.��*r��iSJ! * J,
mark at t_e mouth of ttle "^ft'Jis
The purposes for which the water is
to be used Is to generate electil< P";
er, light and h��al tor t��;ft0tioanJrtUg"���
lng  beating,  manufacturing  and    a
JACOB  JACOBSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th. 190..
NOTICE.
Notice   ls   hereby    given   that   tlh.
"Pitt   River   Lumiber   Company,   Llm-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^   Ited,"   having   applied   to  His   Excel-
District of  Coast  Range One. jlency the Governor-General In Council
Take  notice  that  Albert   Hunt, or ;for the apl>rovili 0f a certain site for
Vancouver, B. C, occupation   farmer, yje   construction , of    certain    booms
for nerod"'011 t0 and   booming   grounds   In   the   PBt
df'4<'r")e(> River, ln  the  District of  New  West-
of Hi   ""wr���i->""'A7rYQftQ""""tr. ohtaln  th_ water i�� to be useti for power or jandg: minster,   Province  of   British   Colum-
? l&__MW^d^M^WJ&S��S iSUS^EtepA-^ANArtb-  ������   PlaCe'   Commencing at a post  planted In bta_ have dep0slted with the Honora-
Notice Is hereby given that an ap- and every Industrial or other.P"W�� ^e"**    ,0 ',n"'vf
I'llcation will be made und^r Part V.  to  which  It may  be applied.    (1)  U purchase     the     following
ble the Minister of Public Works, at
Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a description of the site thereof, and have
also deposited a duplicate of each ln
the offlce of the Registrar of Deeds
for the said District of N.w Westminster, ln which district said works
are proposed to be constructed. In accordance with the requirements of
Section 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115. Revised
3tatutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated June 24. 1909.
WHITESIDE  &  EDMONDS,
Solicitors for
Pitt River Lumber Co., Ltd.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^       thvoHfth or
under  you  and ��Jl persons claiming
a.uy iiit��_t_it in tlie said land by virtua
ot any unregistered    inst rumen t, aud
all  peisoas  claiming any  interest In
the said land. Uy descent, whose tula
is uot registered, under the provisions
of  tbtp   "Land Registry   Act.' are  re-
uulrei to contest the claim ot the 'ax
purchaser  within   twenty    days   from
the  date   of   first   publication  of  tins
lKitw* u(miu you, and tn default of a
caveat  or  certificate of    lis  pendens
being  Bled   within  such  period, or in
delauli   of    redemption    before re-gts-
tratlon, you and each of you will be
forever  estopped  and  debarred  from
setting up any claim to or In re-pect
of the said Und, and I shall register
Annie Ryder as owner thereof in fee.
And 1 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 the Land Registry Offlce,
New Westminster, Province of British
Columbia, this 4th day ot August, A.
D., 1909.
W. S. KEITH,
District Registrar.
To Charlotte Cooper. James Anderson     ,Laldlaw,    J.    Laldlaw    Estate,
George  F.  Wells,    William  Marchiint
Smith, Edward James Thain.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
'fflce 'Phone 119.      Barn 'Ptioue 1371
Columbla  Street.   ���
Baggage   dellverea    promptly   to
any part of ths city.
light and Heavy Hauling
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THE  DAILf  NJJWS.
MONDAY, AUGUST 9, 19o...
Something
Special
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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
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop
PROOF"
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'T'H.E very fact that there are
���*���     more Great  Majeitio Malleable and  Charcoal Iron  Range*
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three times as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON    &    LUSBY,
Columbia Street.
$35,000,000 WORTH
Of WAR VESSELS
Details of the Contract For
Building of Spains Navy,
Recently Let.
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London,  Ann.  8.���In regard  to  the
contract concluded bet���een tne S[)iin-
isb government and the liritish synd -
cate for building a new Spanish navy
al a cost ol ��7,000,000, which was
signed at Madrid this week, Reuter's
jagency states that the liritish tender
was accepted in preference to German,
French and Italian offers. The tenders wei-e for three battleships of 15',-
000 tons, four gunboats of 800 tons,
three   torpedo-boat  destroyers   of   35U
; tons  and   24   torpedo   boats  of  about
1180 tons. The British firms forming
the syndicate are Sir \V. U. Arm-
Strong, Whitworth _. Co., Let., .lohn
Brown <fe Co., Ltd., and Vickers Sons
& Maxim,
I The Urltlsh proposals were preferred because, according to an official
report, of  the greater  fighting  power
:of the ships planned,  which  was due
���lo the greater rapidity and accuracy
of flre, simplicity In the'ordnance ma^
Jchlnery and a considerably larger
supply of ammunition provided tor.
I A large amount of the work must
be done in Spain, and the firms nam -j
are required to ��� reconstruct completely  the  Spanish  government  yard
lai   Ferrol   and   to   make   very  impoi't-
ant  improvements  In   the shops    at
Cartagena.     Tbe    British    syndicate,
j which has the co-operation of Import-
I ant interests in Spain, has now taken
I possession of the two Spanish yards.
BRANDON SUFFERS
FRDM PLAGUE OF THIEVES
Scores of Small Thefts Have Occurred
in   Prairie   City   Within   Last
Few Days.
NOTICE TO  HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons" dvsiring
to ibe placed on the Household Voters'
List will be received at the city clerk's
office ii)) to the first dav of November,
1909. W.  A-  DUNCAN.
City Hall, July 2, 11109.        City Clerk.
USE
MUIR'S MOSQUITO Oil
TO KEEP THE MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
Brandon, Man., Aug. 8-���It now develops that y.-sterday's solution of the
mystery, in connection with the robbery of C. P. R. cais here uncovers
but one of many robberies that have
occurred here within tbe last few
weeks, most of which have not been
reported, Petty thieving appears t"
be epidemic and heavy losses have
been sustained by occupants of rooms
In hotels. One case in point is the
Brandon hotel win? -e James Boyle,
clerk, found his room ransacked of a
I valuable fur coat and expensive cloth-
ling as well as a sum of money. The
dining-room girl In the same house was
th,. victim of thieves w:io took a dla-
[mond ring and numerous other valuables.
A linotype operator, named Mcintosh, in the Sun office, was robbed of
.145 In cash in a Twelfth street board,
ing house and the Victoria hotel safe
was robbed of |S0 .in broad daylight.
A man named Thorburn of Gore Bay
Ont., was victimized if .180 on * C.
P. R. train at Brandon. Car robberies and numerous cases of valuable
furs and other goods missing are now
coming to light. In not. one case have
the thieves  been  apprehended.
The Art of Giving
is to sel_ct an article both useful  and  beautiful.    This combination
will  be found in my new stock of
SILVERWAR E    /
Amongst  the   many   articles   will be found Fruit Dishes, Caks Baskets,   Bread   Trays.  Toast   Ra   cks,   Butter   Dishes,   Bon   Bon    Dshes,
Spoon Trays,  Napkin   Rings, Child's    Silver    Mugs,    Child's     Sets,
Cream and Sugar Sets, Sugar    Spoons.
Glad to have you call  and   look  over my  stock
JOHN B. GRAY, Watchmaker and Jeweler
DOMINION   TRUST   BLOCK
SOMETHING LIKE
A SALMON BELLY
Vancouver, Wash., Aug. S.���A royal
Chinook salmon was caught below the
big steel bridge across the Columbia
river by Thomas Pox. It weighs
seventy-five pounds and is fifty-one
nnd a half inches in length. The j
Vancouvei- Commercial Club was to I
ship the large fish to President Taft,
but was unable to get a refrigerator
car past St. Paul, so the scheme was
given up.
JLONG PREDICTED CHANGE
PROMISED  AT  ESQUIMALT'
Victoria, Aug. s.���The Esqulmalt
naval yard will be formally taken
over from the Imperial governmenl
at the end of this month, and arange-
ments are now being made by Capt.
Parry, It. X., and Commander Crawford, K. X., for the transfer, Nego
tlotlons have been In progress for
some time to this end.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Model Sifiii forks'*****************************0**********************
| FOR SALE. j
! Blacksmith   Shop j
��� AND ���
| OUTFIT COMPLETE I
X This is a great opportunity for anyone ���
X desirous of securing a good business. ���
X For full particulars apply to ���
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Program changed Monday, Wea-
nesdav and Friday. Special matinee
for ladies and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. m. ,   __._
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd. |
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++ 14+++++4444++ ,
STORE CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY EXCEPT SATURDAY.
LADIES'
Costumes
t
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.
About 10 dozen ladies black sateen
cotton moreen and wbiic cam brie
underskirts on sale at, each  ��� ��� ���    95c
Nothing skimpy or inferior in the
makeup of these skirts. Sonie are
full size, nicely finished with wide
flounce and frills in plain, hemstitched
stylv-s; 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, $1.25;
on sale each 95c
DARK COLORED APRONS,
50c EACH
Suitable for children 1 to 5 years
of age. Aprons are made from dark
jiolka doited print, serviceable and
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 while lawn aprons for
the small folk. Made of good quality lawn and trimmed at yoke with
ruffle binding and rib: on bow; bottom
finished to match. Small sizes only,
on sale, each    25c
LADIES'   TRIMMED   HATS,
$3.50 EACH
if���- -v
A  HUNDRED DOZEN
HOSIERY,   25c   PER   PAIR
Hosiery of every description for
Ladies, Misses, (litis and Boys
Through the special display of reliable hosiery at this popular pric- we
demonstrate our ability to give our
customers tb,. best value and thi widest  range from  which  to select.
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About 2 dozen attractive summer
hats yet on the bargain table. They
are all Imported shapes trimmed and
fashioned by skilled hands Into creations lit for the most fastidious in
taste. It is a question with us of
getting these various models out of
the way of the new fall arrivals. The
price is but a fraction of their reai
worth. r
Visit the millinery section and be
convinced of the wonderful value,
each $3.50
LADIES PINE COTTON HOSE I.N
tan. black and white, S 1-2 to 1"
inches.
MEN'S HEAVY WOOL SOCKS, In
black, or heath, r mixtures,
Pull ranges of sizes in all the above
lines.    On sale per pair 25c
UNION CASHMERE HOSE.
HOYS' THREE-QUARTER SOCKS
4  to 8 1-2 inches  In  size.
CHILDREN'S PLAIN AND OPEN
WORK SOCKS, in while, tan, ca -I
nai, sky, pink and  black. '
(URLS' PLAIN COTTON HOSE In
tan,  bluck and  while, all  sizes.
LADIES' BLACK COTTON HOSE
wiih balbriggan soles.
LADIES' PLAIN AND RIBBED
CASHMERE HOSE, sizes 8 12 to 10
Inches.
In today's showing of 26c Hosiery
are;
BOYS' HEAVY RIBBED COTTON
HOSIERY.
GIRLS' FINE RIBBED COTTON
HOSIERY.
BOYS' AND GIRLS' UNION CASH
MERE   HOSE.
25c
LADIES' BLACK AND TAN
COTTON  HOSE,
20c PER PAIR
Thirty dozen fine cotton hose In
sizes 8 1-2, 9, 9 1-2 and 10 Inch; fast
color per pair, 20c 3 pair for ...50c
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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