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 tire
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW   WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIF
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES
260 Columbia St.    Ph
CO.
15.
MORNING, .H'l.Y 26, 1908.
WESTMINSTER MEN
ON OTTAWA TEAM
>pi.   Corbett  and   Lieut.
Cunningham Will Shoot at
D.R.A. Meet.
Two Sew Westminster men will ng-
upon th,   '   I"' selected by the B.
Ion  to go to Ottawa,
', :;   Hill-     Association
ear      Tin-    Royal  City
���  'I"'"' ttooa snow-
,i���. ,;, i'   it   a. meet winch
irday    bave  won  'lie
prlvll -ge ">"e Lieut Cun-
nghaiu and Capt.  Col beii of tlie toil the Sixth Regiment
C, 0 R,
Ten  Men to  Go.
jTI,,    |i   i    Rifle    Association  will
L| ,,  |ar_      nam   to   Ottawa   this
.ar ihau has ever been the case be-
��     in  past  .ears   the   team   had
m.i.tvd ol  iii.-  eight  men  wbo  se-
M th..  bigbeat   aggregate  in   the
't.Uuii.*vv Nanaimo, Victoria, Van-
Ever Bankers' and Lieut-Governor's
atcb.      This year    the  team   wlll
composed of ten  men. Capt. Cor-
|it and   Lieut.    Cunningham  were
jlrd and Blxtl   in the ranking, Capt.
fct-MoHarg   ui   Vancouver   securing
le Iiinii*;    aggregate of    all   those
���mpetlng.     The other men who Be-
ired tin- rigbl  to a plac. on the Ot-
Iwa team are; Sergt.-Major McDou-
II, Filth Regiment, Victoria; H. J.
rris. Vancouver Hide Association;
,pt. Boult, Vancouver; Sergt. Tay-
Vai ' Company  Sergt-Ma-
��r Caven.   Victoria;  IJ.    McDougall,
ctorla   Rifle    Asocisatlon:     Lieut
MAKVELLUUS ESCAPE
OF HORSE UND DRIVE]
FIVE CENT 3
	
���ER COPY.
��^r
,j on    . i
(���lit to
Struck by Interurban Car and Thrown
Into Ditch, Mr.  Buckley Yet
Escapes  Injury.
A car from Vancouver coming down
the    Vancouver,   road    bet win  Wise
road and Edmonds about 1:30 on Bai
urday ran into a rig   driven        M
Buckiey, of  ibis  city.     Tbi
man brought on the brakes bo
that  the  passengers were shal ,
ol their .'eats, but probably bj so
doing sa/ed tbe life or the occupan
of tho rig. Animal, man ai i vehicle were thrown Into the ditch, bul
si range to say escaped with
cally no damage. Mr. Buckle} was
abb- to drive on.
DESTROYS LARGE PORTION
OF BARNET-McDONALD PLANT
Lulu   Island  Industry Suffers Severe Loss From  Sudden
Conflagration���Steamer Senator Jansen Does Great
Service as Fireboat ���Saw Mill, Shingle Mill
and Boiler House Burned Out.
CABLE BREAKS WITH        IfllAMPIONS Lo__
GRIP ON LOCOMOTIVE!
WITH CRIPPLED TEAM
Rscovery   of   G
Delayed   By       	
Expensive to Company.
!
N.   R.   Engine   Again!        ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_
Accident���wreck 'With Everything In Favor
Vancouver Takes Another
Officials Penalise Locals.
\ serious mill lire occurred on Sat-
evi ning  at   the  Barm   McDonald mil! "ii l-iilu island, tbe v t  saw-
le    mill  and    boil. ;   bouse
t( d.
watchman  who came oi   duty
men   quit    work  had  com-
;  In- shift, and '���'.as in thi   mill
theli
plant  being beyond
the   main
i fforis.^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Secures   Fire   Boat.
:nn   workers   drew   water   from
and held thr,
Had the collision happened nearei premises when a sudden burst of
town where the hill is steeper, both flame shot up from below, some ma-
driver and horse would probably have  terla]  apparently    having    ignit...i  in
wen killed.
WANTS EASY DIVORCE
FOR BRITISH ISLES
Move to Transfer Jurisdic-
��� tion From   Lords to the
County.
the sawdust  lying in  tlie yards.
waa about  6 '.'clock and the blaze
tracted   universal  attention  from
situation of  ih  premises on the
land across the river.
Ii
at-
tbe
plater,   Vancouver;     Armorer-Sergt. | tho    House of
pw-111, Vancouver;   Col.-Sergt.  Mos-1 Courts should
pp, Vancouver,
Wil
th'- neighboring ditch	
fir, in check At last Chief Watson
suft'cdcd iu rigging up a contrivance
to gel the city hose connected with
tli   itandpipe, and this Blender stream
was utilized to save the dry kiln.
aided by extinguishers.
Alderman     Johnston.    Chairman  Of
tin   flre oommlttee, suggested to the
Y" |chief that application should be made
to the  FraBer  Mills for the Senator
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^B      Jansen, the best firevoat on the river,
Firemen Turned Out. anil  one  of  the partners, P.   L. John-
Firemen at No. 2 Hall noticed thej son. welcomed  the idea with the re-j
outbreak   and   the  central   hall   being "tilt that the boat was requested from j
notified,  Immediately  the  teams  were'the  mills,  and   they  lost   no  time  in
quickly out on  the run, but owing to coming  to tne assistance of a Bister
the distance and  the fauliy const mc- industry In trouble.
tlon of the present Lulu island bridge j    Tbe  powerful  pumps  wer,-   brought
they  were forced  to make slow time,  to work, and a steady stream of wa-
whlle as the mill lies Quite a distance ter loured on the burning plant.   The
across  :he ...ridge the plant  was well  ditches   had    been    drained     by   tlie
alight upon the.r arrival. bucket  brigad.-.  but the combined  ef-
Here a great difficulty  awaited  the  forts  of   the   firemen   and   steamboat
firemen.     The mill owners had stand-' saved tiv*' yards, only a small portion
  pipes  in  the  yard,  but the  couplings of the lumber being destroyed.
onlv fitted ilie smaller diameter hose!    Still   the  fire  burned  steadily   dur-
London, July 25.���jxird -orn-ll.who,   used jn the yards, and were valueless ; lng   tlie, night,  and kept  the  brigade
for the city hose. Meanwhile a bucket. busy till 4 o'clock next morning.     It
brigade had  been  busy, and the flre-
m.-n look  up Uie work of saving the
Tlie work of recovering he locomotive lost in the accident at Uie Fraser river bridge on June 11) wlll have
to be all done over again. The sp��.
Clal cable brought from across, the
line and procured afier great difficulty, broke on Saturday under the
strain, and another musl be secured
before operations can be resumed,
What appeared to be a simple "iat*
ier a few days after th,, accident has
puzzled the (!. N. R. mechanics, and
tried the patience of the numerous
officials "hu have visited Westminster In connection with the Wreck,
The accident has already cost about
a sixth of the value of tbe wreckage,
which should be worth $12,000 to
$14,(100. The company is not willing
to confess itself beaten, and doubtless
another effort will be made.
CAST CHILDREN
TO THE SHARKS
The Vancouver fans who crowded
Ihi- fence at Queens park on Saturday bad a field day, and at last were
able in go borne with a victory snatcii-
i-il in lb. lion's den, Hut like everything site there was a fly in tli.. Ointment, and in the shouts of triumph
they forgot what the world's champ
Ions were up against with a weakened
team, the weakest which has been
put iii the fli Id for many a day. Willi
Alex. Turnbull in the hospital from
serious Injuries received in games
wiih the green shirts, Hut EVeney
laid up win, rheumatism, Charlie Gal-
braith off. and three of the men who
played Buffering from the brutal tireat-
inent in.'ted out to them at Vancouver the previous Saturday no wonder
the Vancouver men. In the pink ot
condition, could  have an easy mark.
Stand Game to Finish.
Clearly the Salmon Bellies were nut
In a position to play at all, but stood
game against overwhelming odds. One
of the rankest pieces of refereelng
was Cullin's decision in  sending Jlm-
as Sir John Gorrel] Barnes, was Fresh
dent of the Divorce Court, moved in
Lords that County
ive the power to grant
divorces, thus bringing the law within
the reach of those whose circumstances prevented iheir proceeding in
tlie High Court, the only tribunal in
Enplane! empowered to deal with divorces.
Lord   Gorr. 11   urged   in   support   ot
his  motion  that much  immorality re-
Gains  Nanaimo  Cup.
ICapt Corbett gained laurels m
jturday'a ahootlng by making the
febest score in the Nanaimo match,
W bearing off the cup together with
k prize I li I This Is the only ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
fe of th;. trophies offered by the B. suited from the present law.
R. A. which will Secure  lodgment ] 	
Yew Westminster this year,
���everal other New Westminst. r
pn made good scores ln the course
ilie day, Capt Conbett came
|Inl in th-e Grand Aggregate, while
it. C innlngham �� . fifth in the
r competition. In the Vancou-
ir Corporation match,   shot  at   the,
10-yard range, Col -Sergt. Sloan came i _ -. _. . -��-���_k
lir-1 with a score of 47, carrying off 'CannM F,nd Enouflh
f prize of $7.
1 Other local marksmen  made  cred-
able sei Teg.
ONTARIO FARMERS
LACK HIRED HELP
Men  to Aid
Harvesting This Year't Bumper
Crop.
TO CONSIDER TENDERS.
i    Toronton July 16.���There Is a great
scarcity of farm labor in the Province
��t"*g of Royai City Navigation Co. of Ontario and farmers may have dli
Wednesday. ,Acuity In securing men to help gather
A meeting of lhe Royal City Naw-
faiion oompany  win b.   held  l.i   tne
oard of Trade rooms at the city hall
in Wednesday evening of the present
At this  meeting   the  tenders   both
lor the machinery  and  hull of   the
Iteamer which the company has been
funned to build  wil) be opened  and
onaldered.    At  the  last  meeting of
."<��� companj   a committee   was   ap-
Muted lo look after the tenders, and
f-ll repon at Wednesday's meeting.
It is expected that the tenders will
awarded  and actual   work 'begun
P|| Uv construction of the new vessel
^'snin the next t
till 4 o'clock next morning.
(Continued on Page Two).
I my Gifford  to  the fence when BonSB
Mother   Throws   Offspring A11��n was law out. Ther. is no doubt
i Hones got a nasty cut, but apparently
Overboard  tO  Save Themithe blow was accidental, and the referee admitted  the  penalty  was given
From Cannibals. 'ln deterence t0 the clamoring of the
HARVEST WILL
COMMENCE AUGUST 20
Dispatches   Fom   All   Over  the   West
Promise   a   Splendid   Crop   For
This Year.
I i'n days.
Docks f0
Dreadnoughts.
July    26.���An   Important
departure   was   announced
"i  Naval Estimates which
of two floating docks
in  Portsmouth, where
I. Ion,
1
fn the M
I for one
"   ' ned
_. " accommodation for Dread-
r. Inadequate.      Each   dock
1   '      r ta to be  lu  the  Medwavi
" a Idling capacity of 86,000
1 than capable of lifting a
." '        "I   l>i-"adnouglit    or    BUper-
jreadnought,      The site    chosen  for
mchorage of   the   n���w dock  at
'."���mouth Is wel]  protected from at-
;: I also from the swirl of the
111,1  's yet  near the main chau-
bei
in the crops. With a demand from
the west for 25,000 farm laborers Ontario fanners are wondering how they
will manage things- The demand for
laborers, according to Mir. Donald
Sutherland, director of colonization,
conies more particular,y from western
Ontario, but the same conditions are
general throughout the entire province,
"While the crop which has been
sown can be taken care of," said Mr.
Sutherland, "the scarcity of labor has
had the effect of reducing the acreage
'under cultivation iby almost fifty per
jcenc. For insta**ce, there are 188,000
I acres less In wheat In Ontario this
i.vea than last and 300,000 less hogs \
I Will  be bred."
Statistics prove that farmers' sons I
and daughters prefer the city to coun-1
'ry life. In the 22 years from 1885 to '.
I!��u7, since when no Agues are avail- i
able, the decrease in tlie rural popula- j
tlon of the province, not including
Xew Ontario, was 517.450, while for
the sftnie period t'ho Increase in cities, I
towns  and  tallages was 687,008.
The Koran Says So.
Constantinople, July 28.���The Grand
Vlzle. bus ordered lhe Shetk-UI-lslam
to prepare a manifesto demonstrating
by the text of the Koran and tradl-1
tion- that lt Is the duty of Moslems '
to trout Christians with justice and
to regard them as fellow-citizens. This
has renewed the confidence of Armenians ln t'_e government.
Winnipeg, Man., July 25.���"Harvest
should commence ailiout August 20."
That ls what the Canadian Northern
Ra'lway weekly crop report says, iu
the message from Warman and lt Is
iracti'*' I'y the same from all over the
west. Each of the agents tell a
story ct magnificent prospects with
great big crop in view. Wheat Is now
40 to 46 inches high in Humboldt, and
in most other places it has attained
a h.ight of 30 inches. The grain is
all said io be much ahead of last
year, and is looking very well- No
damage is reported. In some districts dealers report large safes of
harvesting machinery, in anticipation
of a bumper crop.
Concerning flax, the report says
that there will be a heavy crop this
year.
FARMERS REPORT
POOR CROP OF HAT
This Year's Yield Will Be Only From
Two-Thirds   to  Three-Quarters
of the Average.
The farmers of the valley are at
'the present time busy with tbvir hay
crops. Cutting is now mostly over,
and it is possible to form some idea
of what this j*-ar's yield is to be.
Although the crop is better than
had uv-en anticipated, the reports
that are coming in from the country
I are not pardcularly bright. In no
ipart of the valley is this year's crop
up to the average- In Delta it is
j stated that the yield will be about 76
lps?r cent of what it was last year,
while from the uprlver points reports
I are to the effect that the crop will be
'. anywhere from two-thirds up, of the
average.
Gram appears to be doing fairly
well, but the outlook for fruit is not
encouraging. The apple crop promises to be considerably smaller uhan
usual, while pears also promise to be
I scare- this year.
Calculates Cost of Disease
in Millions of Dollars
Sydney, N. s. W., July 25.���The
steamer Taftia came in here bringing
five survivors of lhe Norwegian .bark
Errol, from Chimboie, April 1, for
Newcastle, N.S.W., whl-Ch was wrecked
June 18 on Middletop Reef. Seventeen of the ship's company, his wife
and four children, lost their lives
when the ship was wrecked.
crowd, and not because be saw the
offender. No man on the Vancouve.
teain I.. less likely to be the subject
of attack than Allen, and a penalty
of'20 m'nutes was grossly unfair.
Again no one was penalised for hit-
Ung Cliff Spring In tlie groin, nor did
anyone go off for striking Sandy Gray.
The home team had the rough end of
the stick every time as is shown by
them getting penalised twice as long
as the visitors.
The outcry for impartial   referees
The survivors tell  a  story of fear-��flom the v,slti      chrf officlals dld not
fui privations resulting from the 'a** , turn  out   quite  the success  expected.
���
as   the  men   from  Victoria  have  not
of food and water.     One of them alleges   that   the  captains  wife   threw '.^een in the game recently.   The chamber children  overboard    because she ^^ had ft U)llgh dme at thelr hands
feared cannibalism. ^^^
AVIATOR CROSSES
ENGLISH CHANNEL
Louis   Belolt   Flies   Form   France   to
England���Wins Prize of London Daily Mail.
London, July 2��.���The English channel has been crossed in an aeroplane.
Leaving Calais, Prance, early this
morning, Louis Blerlot, the noted
French aviator, made a successful
flight across the channel, landing in
Dover.
Blerlot started from Calais at 5:20
am., just as day was breaking, hav
and long pemalUes were the rule.
The third and fourth were hotly
contested, and Westminster had many
chances which, ibut for the fine display
of Dave Gibbons would have set them
equal.
As Usual Con Jones became the centre of attracUon in tlie fourth, and
wanted Chief Mcintosh to run a well-
known Westminster citizen in, which
nearly resulted in the redoubtable Vancouver manager taking a walk wltli
the Chief himself. His constant excursions Into the playing field raised
the ira of the home spectators.
Hnrtt Checking Rules.
Again both teams showed a tendency to hard checking, but Lalonde
went down a number of times when
unnecessary, and Tom Rennle cama
lo the fence once when the fast lnsid-
fell without there being any cause for
his getting the penalty tag.
The  WestmlnBter home  showed  a
lack of generalship and concentration
without Dad  Turnlb-11.    Cliff   Spring
ing   waited   all   night   for    favorable I experienced' -difficulty    in    breathing,
weather   condition!*. ,i The   ti'ip   was  an,i wag 0ff for the fourth.    The two
made-in a little le-s than one hour.   I intermediates  made a good  showing.
The machine was slightly damaged | but the day was not one for them to
in  landing on the cliffs. ihave much of a chance. Crippled  by
.'wo other aeroplanes were to have . a  biwi  ank)e  Geo.   Rennie  could   not
made  the attempt to cross, those of i s���t  the  pace   he   usually   does.   Van-
New York. July 25.���That the people of this country are annually throwing away a sum of money that repre.
senls 50 per cut. more Uiim it costs
to operate the government���in cold
figures $1,600,000,000���is statistically
shown by Prof. Irving Fisher of New
York, issued by the government
printing ofllce and entitled "A Report
on National Vitality."
Prof.  Plsher is  a member of the
faculty of Vale University and a mem. j
ber of the national conservation com-
mission appointed by Theodore Roosevelt.
In discussing the national waste in
lives, Prof. Fisher shows that there
ai*e 3,000,000 persons needlessly andjW|us lhe pPjj_e ���f
continuously ill i.i the L'nited States -_<j�� Loudon Daily
and that this condition might well be
prevented by t rlct attention to even
ihe simplest hygienic measures. He
-hows also that tuberculosis alone is
responsible for 600,000 persons con-
liiually ill. and that it is entirely possible that this scourge 'be wiped our
within  one generation.
Typhoid alone costs the nation
$1150.000.000 annually, and this is a
disease that oan be wiped out by at-
tvntlon to neglected details.
^Chicago Commences Fight
Against Civic Graft
Chic
ll��-0. July 25.-HChlcago's   latest
B,'"t,|! Jury has been
da-vs and has
Pne of th,
Mr
Pile t n
mn
in session four
Indicted 131  persons.
ie greatest crusades against
1,1 Hie history of the middle west
' '"'lis is now in full swing, and
1'iisations will follow before it
ided,
Week ago today Chicago's notor-
tendertoln dlsirict of the West
was  revelling.      Tonight    the
ts are quiet and almost deserted.
Ty of "ten    on  the  black" no
Ser iioats from saloon doors.    Slot
mnes  und   gambling   devices  are
'"." I
vnd friends of State Attorney Way-
I "in who ln3 jarred Chicago with
ii,, , . cnisudo. never before equaled,
���"i-l hlm as the Folk of Illinois.
"'��� antl graft  prosecution has lost,
l:au the grand jury has brought such
Y
startling revelations that already the
talk of the Sweeping investigation regarding the city hall Is current.
The last Indictment returned by ��le
grand Jury���that of Inspector of vo-
Itoe McCann���Btrlkes at the first oi
the "higher-upe," who, it was promised, would be dragged into tlie eiare
of the searchlight. McCann ls one
of the highest officers in the department. His lndictm-nt was J���*���*?
owed when true bills were renderea
against Jerry Graves. McCann s personal detective, indicted on n charge
of keeping a dive and influencing
witnesses to stay away from -10""'
Mr-Can ns turn canie Saturday *"*"���
five      separate      indictments  Y^Y*
���ought in charging him with having
collected "protection money
from in-
dividual i-psort keepers, and five oom
Indictments charging malfeasance m
office.
IMMiGRATiilN RULES
BRAINLESSLY ENFORCED
Carrying Out of U. S. Regulations to
Letter Drives Foreigners to
Revolt.
TO RUN FROM CANADA
���  TO SUNNY NAPLES
Conite de Lambert and Hugo Latham
but no word has been received regarding them.
Uy crossing the channel, M. Blerlot
��5,000 offered by
^^^^^^^ Mail. The flight
may be regarded as the most successful and daring ever taken by an aviator.
The Blerlot machine ls a monoplane
of the variety used by M. Hubert Iai-
tliain in liis unsuccessful flight of'
Konday, ibjlt is smaller than the
Latliam a.-roplane and slightly smaller
than that of the Wright  hroihers.
It IS noteworthy that M. Blerlot, who
has Successfully accomplished' the
feat that has been the ambition ol
aeronauts for years, has just been
nominated for the Legion of Honor
In recognition of his aeronautic
achievements.
couver was So scared of Tom Rennle
and th-e Giffords that everything was
done to provoke them into blows so
that they might decorate the fence.
(Continued on  Page  Three).
New York, July 25.���Following the
attempted uprising of immigrants on
Ellis island, another case typical of
those that aroused revolt came to
light yesterday.
On June 20 Johann Wlrsy, an immigrant boy, arrived hem on the
Hamburg-American liner Cleveland.
He had $16 and a ticket to Saskatchewan, Northwestern Canada, where he . ^^
intended Joining his father^ He had .Scotland, wher��, he has (been in con-
e t Europe before Commissioner WIMneotion with the building of boats. He
New Line of Steamships Will  Be Inaugurated In November of the
Present Year.
London, July 26.���A new line of
steamships to carry cabin and emigrant' paaensgers, is to begin service
from Naples to Canada next November. In the summer time tbey are to
land on the other Bide at Montreal,
and in the winter at Portland, Me.
Mr. J. P. Spanler, or Naples, ls now
in London, having just arrived from
iiams 'ruilng requiring immigrants to
possess $25 or be excluded had gone
Into effect, and he knew nothing ot
It! until he was Informed by the authorities here that h0 would have to
be deported because he waa $10 abort.
The father of the iboy awaited htm
outside the gates with $126, 'but iwa*
refused admission.
states that the owners are Messrs.
Gairus, Noble and Company, and that
the line will be known as the Thompson line.
The first steamship, the Tor tuna,
will be launched in a month, from
Messrs. Swan and Hunter's yard at
Newcastle, w. _ were the builders of
the MautJti nia.
N. S. W. Leads in Wages.
Sidney, July 25.���According to an
official return, thj wages and salaries
paid throughout the Commonwealth
ln factories during th_, yar 1907 were
��18,323,977. New South Wales led>
with ��6,650,715, Victoria being wc- ���
ond  with   ��5,98-,��77. j*
The Manchester Corporation Waterworks require about 3600 tons of
44 in. welded steel pipes and collars.
Saturday's   Baseball.
Aberdeen     3
Seattle    ���
Spokane      ���
Portland      7
Afternoon  Game,
Tacoma     6
Vancouver    1
Evening Game.
Tacoma ���_��� ��� B
Vancouver      o
League Standing.
W. L. Pet.
Seattle 60 36 .625
Spokan, 54 42 .562
Aberdeen 61 43 .543
Portland 42 51 452
Vancouver 44 54 .449
Tacoma 39 63 .382
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Customs Officers Destroy
Valuable Aigrette Plumes
New York, July 25-���Collector Loeb stead of sold, as are other undeclared
announced today a decision of much
Interest to women. After much cor-
responde-ica between the local customs vu.i-ls and the Treasury Department, the decision has been
reached that s��nie $1500 worth of aigrettes which were seized on the Lamport . and Holt liners Tennyson and
"Verdi,   will  have  to  be   desroyed  ln-
good s. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
The decision followed a protest
from the president of the National
Association of the Audubon Societies
of Wild Birds and Animals. Tba
association protested to Collector
Loeb against the plumage being sold
at ��� auction lf - forfeited, as auch sale*
would be against public interests.
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the daily news.
MONDAY, JULY 26
1809.
Classified Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR   SALE.
TO  RENT.
LOST.
FOUND.
REAL   ESTATE.
PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL, ETC.
If a man had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not let the people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you,  and  som..
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 mus< of n cessity   know   all   about us  and  our
wares.      Use the   advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the times.
WANTED.
ROOMS TO RENT.
W^3St^^J^^SS^S. TO  L_T-I__IGE   BEDROOM,   COR-
Apply-Mrs. Temple Cliff, East Burnaby.
WANTED���A BICYCLE IN Exchange for a rifle. Apply Room 6,
over Annandule's store.
PIANO OR VIOLIN LESSONS G1V_N
in part payment for room and
lKiard.      W.  Howard, City.    	
WANTED���TWO BEDROOMS AND
silting room neighborhood of Carnegie Library by two gentlemen.
Apply  Rex,  Daily  News ollice.
WANTED ��� A SMALL COTTAGE
near city, l*_ exchange foi lot (In
Bast Vancouver Heights, 1 block
from Hastings street new car line),
and cash payments. Address H2,
Daily News office, city.	
WANTED���GIRL TO WORK AT
the Royal City Laundry.	
WANTED���Girl to assist in housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street. 	
LOST.
LOST ��� AT QUEEN'S PAKK,
child's gold locket and chain, Initials M. F. H.; also contains photo
of two children. Finder please
leave at this offlce.
ner Agnes and Seventh, No. 701.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
HOUSE TO RENT.
TO   RENT���SEVEN-ROOM    HOUB_,
with bath,  $12  per  month.      Apply
Mowatt street, 230 Eleventh street.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purpoBes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
IX)ST ��� IN ORANGE PARADE,
bunch of keys; finder kindly return
to W. E. Fales' furniture store, corner of Agnes and McKenzie, and
receive reward.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One pearl missing. Please return to Dally News offlce.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C. Hamper),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795.	
ARCHITECTS.
W. D. GOODFBLLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
CARRIAGE SHOP.
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All  work guaranteed.
ELECTRICAL W0RK5.
THE PEARSON  ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures aRd supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 928.
FEED AND BREAKING STABLE.
J. I. MERRY & CO., PHONE A501.
Corner of Blackie and Carnarvon
streets. Have opened a feed and
breaking stable for horses. Horses
for  sale.       Reference  furnished.
FISH   AND  GAME.
BENSON & AYLING, FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie St.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
I EDWIN G. W. BAIT, ARCHITECT���
Guichon Block.    Telephone 338.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SAIiE���COMPLETE SET OF
Dlckens and Scott, good condiUon,
cheap. Sideboard, good condiUon,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R481.
FOR SALE���OWNER WILL SELL
lot on Fifth street, $300. $25 cash,
balance $10 monthly. Box 556.
city.
FOR SALE���"HLDRIDGE B" 8EW-
ing machine, almost new; price
$25.     Vidal & Bacchus.	
FOR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
wagon, democrat, harness; snap
for cash. 352 Sherbrooke street,
Sapperton.
FOR SALE���CHEAP LOTS. 50x120,
cleared; Sixth street car line. Price
$200 each. Cash $25; balance $5
per month.     G. Hall, East Burnaby.
FOR SALE���A NICE, NEW FIV&
room cottage one block from car
line. Price $800; cash $200; balance to suit purchaser. G. Hall,
East Burnaby.
REAL ESTATE.
WHITE, SHILES t CO.
Real  Estate and Insurance Agents���
City,  farm aad  susnrban  property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS, ft CO., LTD., REAL ES
tate and Insurance. Phone 335. 186
Columbia street, P. O. drawer 100.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. _. Browa, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
FOR SALE���WE HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car Una, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water; bats,
Price $1660. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C. Box 56,
City.
McADAM & IRWIN, COLUMBIA ST.,
opposite the Postofflce, Box 874;
phone 498. Real estate and Insurance, money to loan. Call and see
our list of city, suburban and farm
property before purchasing elsewhere.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKensle streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.	
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN ORO-
cerles, phoae 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W. N. DRAPER, B. C. LAND SUR-
-���veyor. Ellard block, New Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout The Fashion Sta
bles.
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, JA3.
McKay, manufacturer and Importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
NURSERY.
THK PRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd.. Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 415.
PAPER   HANGING  _  DECORATING.
1    IirHSON,   WALL   PAPER,   BOOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
bouse painting, kalsonunliig, paper
banging and decorating. Sixth
street,  New  Westminster.
SECONDHAND   STORE
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and second
hand goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
day In each mouth.    \*i���
ren    cordially    Invited
Lodge room, A. O. U. V
fellows' block, Clarkson
'ting liretn.
to   attend
hall, Odd.
i ���',.'
STENOGRAPHY    S.    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM     7,
Qulchon block.     P. O. Box 694.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
t'OOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Store, J. G. Gamon's'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARHIS-
ters and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER 6. 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 office 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 Btreet.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province office, Columbia street.     Phone 62.
THEATRES.
WESTMINSTER OPERA HOUSE,
Lorne street, W. N. Carty, manager.
Special attractions provided during
the season. Advance ticket office,
Ryall's Drug Store.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO
���Meets the fourth   Fri!
month   at     8  o'clock.  In
hall, Oddfellows' block.
1099 L.J-
���y  in ...
"��� -man
FRATERNAL ORDER 01 i.\i,i_.s
Aerie No. 20.���Meets ,, , ���.:,,;;
evening at 8 p.m. |,_ ������,... |.;a , -.
ball, Columbia stn-et. a Clark W
Pres.;   H.  Schofleld,  secretary
SONS OF SCOTLAND BEN__*_t"Ii
soclation, Lord of the lil a .am}
191���Meets on the first and .bin
Tuesday of every month In K .IP
hall.     Chief, w. Sutherland,
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM-
ibia street. Flrts-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 TA1-
lortng. A new line ot spring suiting Just ln. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT tc CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram office.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, stair, showcases, mantels
and detail work. Designs and estimates furnished. J. Brookes, proprietor. Works: Corner Eleventh
and car line. P. O. box 254, POone
473.
10..RD    OF    TRADE���NEW
minster Board of Trade mee
board  room, City  Hall, as
Third  Thursday    of   each
quarterly     meeting    on   tli
Thursday of February, Maj
and  November, at _ p.m
meetings on  the third Tim
February.    New  members
proposed and elected at ai
ly or    quarterly    meeting
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
w tats ig),
fol:o��i
monti;
i   tun
A ugmt
v.:i;si
rn_ay Ot
may bi
monti.
c. a
. O. O. F.���ROYAL CITY LODOI
No. 3���Meets In Oddfellows' bill,
Columbia street, every Friday eying at 8 o'clock. Visiting bretbr��i
will be made welcome. G. E, Ulilej,
N. G; C. E Osborne, P G, recor.
Ing secretary
OTHER    FRATERNAL    BOCIETO-
lnclude the Union Lodge, No. 9,1
F. and A. M.. King Solomon _%,
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L 0. L
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, I. O. K.; CO.
F. Court Westminster, No. 330;
Brotherhood  of Owls. Nest No. tl.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
. O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held ln 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 Tues-
TENDERS.
Sealed tenders will U, received ty
the undersigned up to noon on *ie
second day of August for the purchase,
of a quantity of Umber on tl. Indian
Reserve at Campbell Ri-r. Tbli
Umber consleUng of one million '��t
more or less, has been fe!l.-di_ <��'
Into lengths ready to haul. AMM*
in the block are sUll standing
The tenders will state the price J*
thousand feet board measura mcw.
ing to the official Bcale of Hrltift Columbia, which will be paid In wi
tor the timber as It Is at pMttt *
the ground. The Umber must be removed before the thirty-rir-: day ot
March, 1910.
The  lowest or any tender not no
oessarlly accepted.
By authority of the Department ��
Indian Affairs.
W. M. HALLIDAY.
Indian As0"1-
Alert  Bay, B. C
GAELIC REVIVAL
IN EASTERN CANADA
Scotchmen    In   Eastern    Ontario   Attempt to Bring Ancient Tongue
Into Use.
Alexandria, Ont, July 23.���A Gaelic
revival ls ln prospect In the county of
Glengarry. Recognizing the fact
tbat In many portions of the county
tbe Gaelic Is rapidly disappearing, together with many of the customs
which were common among the early
settlers, a number of the leading
Highlanders, including Messrs. J. F.
McGregor, Dr. D. D. McDonald, Angus McDonald, Norman McRae. Duncan N. McLeod and Angus Cameron,
proposed to test the local feeling by
giving a purely Scottish concert, in
which the Gaelic language would be
a conspicuous feature. The largest
audience ever gathered In the Alex- j
ander hall met and thorough enjoyed
th. several numbers, while very many
persons were unable to secure admission. From all parts of Glengarry
there was a rally of old and young,
and the proceedings were characterized by enthusiasm throughout. An
address ln Gaelic by Senator McMillan eplalned the object of the meet
lng, while recitations in that tongue
by Dr. McDonald, solos and choruses
lh character, and fulling,
spinning bees, such
MADE IN CANADA
mm
It la ta the advantage
���f every housekeeper
I In Canada ta use them |
M-flcB-kl.f P.w-.r.
Olll.tt'j P.r._____ Lye.
Imperial Baklif P.w_.r. I
OIII.tr, Ctm_ Tartar. [
| Royal Yaajt Caku.
Olllatt's Maa_��th Mm.
Magic Baklas Sad*.
Ollletfi Washl-t Cryatat. |
MADE POI. OVER
BO YEARS
(Etta-tltM IU.)
B. W. 01LLETT CO, LTD, Tsrsate. Ont
WATCHES
BEFORE PURCHASING THAT WATCH   EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK.      REMEMBER, WE CARRY THE  BEST MAKES OF WATCH   MOVEMENTS.
CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
SOLE AOENT8 LONQINE'S AND  HAMILTON WATCHES.
[Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies!!
LONDON  MARKSMAN
WIN8 KING'S PRIZEl
London, July 24.���The King's
Prize of $1250, a National Rifle Association gold medal and a gold badge,
the principal trophy comjieted for
marksmen of the. British empire at
the National Rifle Association meet-
carding and _ng at Bisley, was won this afternoon
as prevailed in by Corporal H. G. Burr, of the Lon-
former times, were presented on the don Rifle Brigade with a score of 324
platform and received with evident out of a possible 356. Lieutenant
delight. The dancing in costume and Beatty, of the Transvaal won the
the pipes completed the Scottish Silver Medal, and CoTporal McCue of
flavor. The committee will in the'the Argyll Sutherland
near future    bold a meeUng of   the; the Bronze Medal.
JAMES & McCLUGHAN]
I!Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster i
!! <
FOR SALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
Front Street.
? I Fire Destroys Portion
0! Baroet-McDonald Plant
Highlanders,
Scotch  residents for the purpose
organizing a Gaelic society.
af
THOUSANOS GATHER
TO  8UPPORT  BUDGET
I-ondon, July 15.���No Hyde Park
demonstration of recent years has
been able to boast of such an array
of members of Parliament as sjioke
this morning from the platforms
erected in London's great open-air
meeting .place in support of Mi*.
Lloyd-George's Budget. The crowd
in the .park probably approximated
500,000 people.
The shooting conditions were ideal
and the number of Canadians and
South Africans In the last stage of
the King's Prize was unusually large.
At the final long ranges, however,
they did not show the same marksmanship that they displayed earlier
ln the shooting.
Queensland Flourishes.
| Brisbane, July 25.���The revenue returns for the state which J_ave just
been issued show that the figures
reached during the financial year just'
closd are, the highest since 1899. The
total revenue was ��4,760,000, as compared  with   ��1,4.8,000.
(Continued from Page One.)
is likely to smoulder for some days,
No Fault of Brigade.
Had the brigade had all the hydrants of the district at their disposal when they arrived they could
have done little, as the conflagration
had gone too far, but it ls possible
the whole of the lumber yards might
have been saved.
Officers of Company.
The officers of the company are H.
G. Barnet, Hugh McDonald and F. L-
Johnson. The shingle mill, equipped
with six Iron-frame shingle machines, engine room with three engines, twin 14x18 Inch cylinder developing 300 horsepower, and one 12
horsepower,    and    the    iron covered
boiler room, with Its two boilers, were
installed about twelve months ago,
and this year a sawmill has been
added. For fire protection purposes
the company had laid 5000 feet of
four-inch wood pipe connected with
the city water main across the bridge.
Estimate of Loss.
The officers are looking Into the
matter of the insurance carried. An
unofficial estimate places the loss at
1100,000, apd with the amount of new
machinery in the buildings destroyed
it will approximate this figure.
The cause of the flre has not yet
been positively determined. What
steps wlll be taken to rebuild the mill
will be decided upon shortly. The
members of the company had not determined on Sunday upon their plans.
It will require some Ume to clear up
the debris.
The dry kiln, outibulldlngs and
bunk housn* were uninjured, and will
form the nucleus of the new plant.
The watchman had a narrow escape,
having had to run hurriedly from the
mill as it was burning.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Mmmtroctmrere met Demtere tn All Kmm" or
Lumber,  Uth,  Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Door*
Interior Finish,    turned Work,   Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxen.
Urge Stock Plain and Fancy Gla...
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining-
����������������_���
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Weitminiter MONDAY, JULY 26, 1909.
MYSTERIOUS DISEASE
M CARRIES OFF BEES
Children Joined at Birth.
Mobile,    July    25-���News    was
THE DAILY NFWS
PAGE THREE.
'celved  here  from Port  Llmon,  Co
' """ imm  Bica, that In a border town of Guai
i0D    July   23.���The   BOaonata mttIa ft WOIIlan gave t)jrlh ,��� lw��� ,.M||
Wteht   bee  disease,"  discov- drt..   uah.,.$  somewhat   like  the  cei.
..Igle of      - whlch makes the brat.,d    Siame8e    twins.      The  little
ered two yam 'b ���       dlBlncilned to ones  were  Joined  f-Oe  to  face,   with
proven!Jally busy   b����     paradoxically one   stomach,    two    complete   h ad.
do any work and  thenJ�����j�� btLS folIr arm8 and legs.      They lived lor
**��* '""' i- nTckinghamshlre.          two days and created great curiositj
���roken out toBucWM. many 	
JEALOUS MOHAMMEDANS    Champions Lose
5PIKII AWAY GKOHH        With Crippled Team
It is
microbe
Young Toronto Turk Gave Up His Religion in Order to  Marry Christian  Maid.
(Continued from Page One.)
bacillus which at
I   g
the l��l<
n-avs to the plague -
tacks human beings. The germ
caused such havoc In the Isle oC
Wight that bee-keeping was practically killed there tu an industry
board ��( agriculture are nol yet aware
how thi disease is caused nor how to
cure It
Hertfordshire, Surrey and Kent, are
, .   ected districts, and a keen watch
being kept   there  by   experts   for
sign of the plague.
To   Issue Canal   Bonds.
Washington,  July  25.���As  a  resull
of a conference    hell    at the White
rhe |House today the tariff bill conferees
will  write  into the  tariff  measure a
The   Vancouver  home  continues  to
In prove steadily, and the defence was
[quick With iho ball, while Uioy  have
  trengthened   the   field   by   dropping
July  25.���It    is    believed Weldy  claris  f(,r Art Oarvey.
that   a   groom   was   stolen   from   his
I tiny
(FIRE  BREAKS OUT
IN  ALBERTA   MINE
��� i on the very day of his marriage
by  fellow-countrymen    who   resented
provision authorizing tin- secretary of his abandonment of the Mohammedan
the treasury to Issue bonds for tbe In fi vor Ol the Christian faith. He
construction of the. Panama Canal to wai a prominent young member of the
an amount equivalent to the total local Turkish colony. -Tii- case is
cost of canal construction. Col. Goe actively engaging the closest atten-
thal, the chief engineer of the canal, tion of the police,
has estimated thai the limit or co I Thi young Turk and the Christian
for the building of the great water- B. rl, both residents of Toronto, hud
way will be $397,000,000, and under een keeping company, much against
the, authority to be Conferred on the the wishes of the man's co-religion-
seoretary of th,- tiaaeury bonds to ists Secretly ihey made arrahgemwntu
iliac  amount  may  be  Issued   by  the  for  their marriage,  the  groom    em-
L?3��_S- K&3S X  sect-fury in  ���ls discretion,
_|- | lino Ignited and the      Berlin, Jul?  25.���It  is riiiiiori.il that
james  gas and smoke prevent it be- Crown  Prince BVederlCk  William has
Ins extinguished,     The origin of the given   up,   for   reasons   thai   are  nol
is unknown.     The mine was in known, his. contemplated vlsii i , i.v
ration y'' nl'iv aa usual, land,	
l
( PURE GOODS ARE -
CoWan'S Perfection CoCOa
(Maple Leaf Label)
Cowan's
Milk Chocolate
Croquette*, Wafers, Medallion*, Etc.
Cowan's Cake Icings
EVERT GROCER KEEPS THEM
��� THE COWAN CO., Ltd.. TORONTO
bracing the Christian region some
daj previous to the ceremony. The
marriage actually took place, and
both young people separated to go
to their individual homes. From that
moment nothing has been Ivard of
the husband, and all Inquiries by tbe
frantic bride have brought only an-
tliat pretend complete ignor-
anc .
First Quarter.
Th,. first quarter was keenly con-
'' ted, Lalonde obtaining the only tai.
ly 'lire,- minutes after tin- start. The
ground was slippery, and lhe hoys
could not pass with Judgment, Len
Turnibull put In a beauty, which Gibbons saved, and at the opposite end
Godfrey und O'Brien shot well. Ernie
Murray put in some useful work, but
be was marked. Tommy Uifford being laid off for ten minutes ilie visitors had I lie I.-st of exchanges, A
fin,- plec of passing was initiated
by Tom Rennie, who sent to Wlntemute, giving to Grumpy Spring, how-
ever, W. Matheson got the ball. Springer n_J Garvey executed Bome useful
runs, but the Rennles returned the
Bphere. Clarkson received a five ni;n-
uii-s tag, and Garvey and Lund getting into a mix-up with a simUiar
rest, four men decorated the f��-nce at
once. Anothi-r penalty occurred in
tlie quarter BUI Turnbull being given
ii   breathing spell  for    trouble
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It is also the liest food for
mothers. It is lietter than
linary milk or cream for all
pur-ioses. For many purposes it is vastly-
superior. It is made on scientific principles,
will keep forever, and is always pure. It
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when you use St. Charles Cream.
Handsome booklet of valuable infonnation to
mothers aud nurses seut FR*'!* upon application.
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ST.  CHARLES   CONDENSING   COMPANY.
Ingtrioll. Ont.
FIGHT TO A  FINISH I O'Brien.     Moresby roused  lhe clamor
WITH   HUDSON'S   BAY  CO. <lf llle tans 1)V llis inaction when dir-
  , ty  pieces of  play  occurred.
Toronto,   July     2.j.���The     attorney- | Vancouver Fans  Excited.
general's   department    has   taken   up|    The second opened  with  the teams
the vise of the fisheries   department  playing   a   loose    combination.     Len
against  the   Hudson's  bay   Company,  Tunbull put in a beautitu]  shot, und
and  an   important   test  case   will  re-.Hie whole team worked industriously.
;\Vhen Lund had failed tlie boys .ren-
Severe penalties wen- banded out to
B^ll Turnbull, Godfrey, and Buck Mar.
shall, and with them at the fence La-
lond,. scored again. This was the
great quarter for the visiting fans,
and cheers went up us the green
shirts cinched the victory by scoring
from Bones Allen and Godfrey assisted Newsy Lalonde to make another.
Half the game over found Vancouver
with a comfortable lead of five to one,
aud Westminster without the opportunity to recover all the lost ground
with j with their, brilliant rushes, which none
can stay.
bay
      test  case   wlll  re- I
suit when the trial comes on at North
bay.     The company is Charged with  chad in goal, and Dave Gibbons slip- jJJJj^   attacked "splendidly,  and
having otter and beaver skins in its ' ping out to save Cliff Spring gained
possession at the store In North Bay,
contrary to law, and these have been
J
NOTICE.
Notice   Is   hereby   given    that   the
.'Pitt River Lumlber  Company,  Llm-
Ited," having  applied  to His  Excel-
ency Uiv Governor-General in Council
or the approval of a certain site for
ie construction    of   certain    booms
and   booming   grounds    in    the    Pitt
River, In the District of New West-
tnlnst.r, Province  of  British   Columbia, have deposited with the Honorable the Minister of Public Works, at
Jttawa, plans    of    said   booms   and
booming grounds, together with a description of the site thereof, and have
ilso dcioslteil a duplicate of each in
ihi- office nl the   Registrar  of  Deeds
for the said District  of  New   West-
plnster, In which district said works
re proposed to lie constructed, ln ac-
ordancc  with   the   requirements    of
lection 7 of the "Navigable   Waters
rotectlon Act: Chapter 115, Revised
Itatutes of f*:m.id.i, 1906.
Dated June 2t  1909.
WHITESIDE  &   EDMONDS.
Solicitors for
Plti River Lumber Co., Ltd.
FIRST  STREET   SEWER   NOTICE.
[BPRING
LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THE
MEATS
I Central Meat Market
Oornsr Eighth St. ant   Fifth henna*
PHONE,   illl
BOWELL a OODr. Proof ������tor.
seized.
Some years ago the company was
acquitted when it pleaded that similar skins had been brought in from
Kevwatiti for shipment to headquarters in England, but the government
will fight this contention, if it is mada
in the present caSe, on the ground
that the skins were brought into Ontario as if with the intention of concealment and without notice to the
department Mr. Edward Bayly, K.
C., solicitor to the attorney general,
may   fight  the  case  for  the  depart-
the champions only tally. Checking
was so keen several sticks were broken. Vancouver took up the cudgels,
nnd Murray soon had his team ahead
Uninteresting Finish.
In   the   third   the    Salmon   Bellies
showed occasional flashes of their old
excellence. The Glffords held down
the faat Vancouver home, but Gal-
braith was badly ml-Sed, Play was
loose and dull, only a few bright passages occurring. The champions'
    crippled as Lhey were, managed to hold
the quarter down to a pointless one.
The trouble with Con Jones arose towards the close, after Bones Allen
went off the field to get three or tour
stitches put in his head.    Lund came
Defence
Field.
Springer .
Garvey ..
	
.G. Rennle;
C_ni
ire.
Hennessy
VV. Turnbull
Home
Field.
Wintemute
Godfrey - .
Outside
Home
L. Turnbull
Inside Home.
Lalonde   .
Summary.
FIRST QUARTER.
Vancouver���Lalonde   	
SECOND   QUARTER.
Westminster���C.  Spring   ....
Vancouver���Murray   	
Vancouver, Lalonde	
Vancouver���Allen	
Vancouver���Lalonde	
THIRD  QUARTER.
No Score.
FOURTH  QUARTER
Vancouver���Murray  	
Penalties.
First  Quarter���T.  Gifford,  10  mln.;
3:11
4:22
i; 25
2:01)
4 :'.'.<}
5: m>
9:2S
The Municipal Council of the Uor
poraUon of the City of New West
minster, having by resolution determined and specified that it Is deslr
able to carry out the following works ment
that is to say: I ���	
To construct a sewer to be known  WEALTHY WOMAN TRIES
as   the   "First   Street   Sewer,"  on   the
following  streets, namely: TO   SMUGGLE   -IG   PEARL
Dlcklnsou street, between Merrivale 	
and Elliott streets, New   York.    July    2,..���There
Carnarvon street between Merrivale
and Elliott streets.
Armstrong   street     between
vale and Elliott streets.
Columbia  street  between  Merrivale
street  and  Leopold place.
Albert  Crescent.
S.S. TRANSFER
lhe  steamer   Transfer     will   leave
Br.tcknian Ki .   wharf every  week day
afternoon, except Saturday, at 3 p.-ii.
f":  Ladner, SteveBtOn and way portsv Second streets.
Saturday at 2 p.m., returning "to New '    Elgin    Street
Westminster Saturday evening. I Second  streets.
Returning,   leaves   Steveston every
Wl ��� ,4   day
Wellington  street.
Alice street.
BiiBhby street.
Dufferin street.
Coburg stre,-t and lane.
Si.  Anne's  street.
Sarnia street.
Windsor street.
Cunningham  street  between   Merrl-
vale and Windsor streets.
Agnes    street,    between    Merrivale
and  Dufferin  streets.
Elliott street.
Leopold   place   (part of).
First street from Agnes to Elg-n-
Royai avenue from Clinton place to
Dufferlu street.
Granville street.
Vancouver street.
Queen s avenue, between First
Second streets.
Third avenue    between    First
Second streets.
Emory street.
Arbutus street.
Fourth   aveuue   between   Firs'.
Second streets.
St.  Patrick's  street    between   _*lrst
and  Third  streets.
Oakland  street between    First and
_______________________________      is  a
pearl   In   the  safe of   Collector   Loeb
here which was seized on the Cana-
Merrl- ^jan border.
It was surrendered on the demand
of the customs authorities. Itn value
is given as $23,000, and it1 belonged,
or lielongs, to Mrs. Fremont B. Cites-
,-rough, whose husband owns the
Chesbrough coastwise line of steamers with headquarters In Boston- Mrs.
Chesbrough ls ln a sanitarium near
Boston. Sne Is under indictment for
smuggling.
VICTORIA  SCHOOL
SAID TO BE UNSAFE
Victoria,  July   25.���Thomas   Hooper
has been    asked  by  the    provincial
government  to   report  upon   the condition of Lampson street school building, which has been found to he such
a jerry-built structure that it will not
Isiand the addition of a second story.
'Mr. Hooper  has entered upon h:s  duty,
and ami  llas e'ready    partially examined
I the 'building    and will   complete the
and jwork at once.      He will report to the
I government  as  soon  as the  work  is
j complete.
and
between    First   and
between    Third  and
^^       morning, except Friday.
Additional    trip    Monday    morning,
leavl     \
���w Westminster at 5 a.m.
Nils   schedule    subject
notice.
For freight
Ply to
to  change
and pnssenger rates ��P
ItOllERT JAltniNE.
Manager.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
ENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYER8
Successor to
Mayers Sl Preston
Office, Front St., Foot of 8lxth.
p  0. Box 345. Phone 106.
tnglish Watchmaker
Gold Watche. for Ladles from $12..��
Watches,   gents'   open   face
Watches, gents'   open    case
for    Waltham    and    Elgin
silver
16.00.
Silver
17.50 up
Agent
'HlchPs.       ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Watoh repairing a specialty.
F. CRAKE
Twa  doors  from   Ceo. Adams. Grocei
Second   street'^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Sixth  avenues.
Fifth  avenue  between    Second  and
Third streets,
Brandon street.
Regina  strtet between  Second  and
Fourth streets.  .
Sixth  .������.venue  between   Second   and j
Third   streets. !
Third  street, between  Regina street |
and Fifth uvenue.
Fourth     street    between    Brandon
streei   and  Sixth avenue.
And   that  the  said  works  shall   bi '���
can-led  oul   In  accordance    with   the
provisions of iho Local Improvement
Genera! "bylaw 1909.
And the Ciiy Engineer nnd the City.
,Assessnr having reported to the Coun-1
ell In accordance with the provisions
^f lhe said bylaw upon the said
works giving statements showing the
amounts estimated to be chargeable
ngalnst the various portions of real
j property to be benefited by the said
works and other particulars and the
said report., of the snld City Engineer
Innd City Assessor having been adopted by the Council,
| Notice ls hereby given that the sum
reports are open for inspection itJW
jofflce of the Citv Assessor, City Hail,
Columbia street. New Westminster.
B. C. and that unless a petition
against the proposed works above
mentioned signed hy a majority of the
owners of the land or real property
tn he assessed or charged in respect
of such works representing at least
one-half In value thereof Is presented
to the Council within fifteen JW
from the date of the first publication
of this notice the Council will proceed with the proposed Improvements
under- such terms and conditions as
to tn_ pavment of the cost of snen
improvements as the Council may oy
bylaw ln that behalf regulate and ��e-
termine nnd also to make the saia
assessment. n
Dated this 17th day of July, A. "-.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
SASKATOON  CITY
INVOKES  LEMIEUX  ACT
Ottawa, Ont., July 25.���The first ap-
pllcaUon from a municipality tor a
board of conciliation and investiga-
t'on und. r the Lemieux ac'- has been
received by the labor department, The
ci.y council oi Saskatoon, Sask., hns
ajipli,',l for a -oarj to adjudicate on
Blatters in dispute with civic employees respi eting wages and conditions of
work. 	
Lever Brothers, Toronto, wffl send you
free a cuke oi their Famous Plantol
toilet   soap, it   vutt mention  this  paper, i
Royal
Standard
AND   WHY   IT  IS A
FLOUR-
BETTER
We use selected wheat from
the beet wheat producing regions of the Canadian West,
where the sunshine Is long,
where the soil is rich, giving to
the wheat that quality of gluten
-which mates the very finest
flour.      This is factor No. 1.
Scientific milling which follows the wheat step by step, selecting only the best and purest
portions of the wheat grain and
making it Into the most perfect
flour.     This is factor No. 2.
Care exercised in storage and
marketing so that there is no
possibility of deterioration from
the time the flour Waves our
hands until it reaches you. Thii-
ls factor No. 3.
Now Isn't there a reason why
you should ask for Royal Standard FIout? And besides, In
every 49-lib. sack there is a
numbered coupon entitling you
to a chance to win one of ten
beautiful dinner sets given
away each month.
MANUFACTURED   BY
'VANCOUVER MILLING AKD
Ciffi CO, Lid.
VANCOUVER,      B.     C
off to even  up,  but when  the fourth 'clarkson^ Garvey, Lund and W. Turn-
start, .d Doughy Spring was not seen
again, in fact w*as not in condition
to play at all.
The last 20 mimes was devoid of
interest. Murray scored about half
way through, making the final six to
one. The Vancouver team just played
rag knowing the game was safe, not
troubling   to
exhibition.
put up anything of an
���
bull,  a  minutes each.
Second Quarter���Springer, W. Turn,
bull, Godfrey, Marshall and C. Spring,
10 minutes each; O'Brien, 5 mln.
Third Quarter���T. Rennie, 10 nitn.;
J. Gifford, 20 mln.
Fourth Quarter���Lalonde, 10 mln.
Officials.
Referee���W. Cullen, Victoria.
|    Judge  of play���W.    Moresby,  Vlc-
The Teams. toria.
The teams lined up: Timekeepers���B. F. Armstrong, Van-
VANCOUVER.           WESTMINSTER, couver;   J. J. Johnston, Westminster.
Goal. |    Penalty   Timekeepers���C.   W.   Mur-
Glbbons Gray  ray,  Vancouver;   H.  C.   Major,  West-
Point, minster.
W. Matheson  T. GlfTord      Goal  Umpires���A.  E.  Macnaughton,
Coverpoint. Vancouver;   Geo.   Cunningham,   West-
Clarkson      J. Gifford minster.
Electric Railway Service I
i
way
half
Last
Interurban Line.
Cars   for  Vancouver   and
stations   will  run every
hour   from   5:50  a. m.
car leaves at 11 p. in.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
11:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
twenty minutes for both Sapperton and city limits over the
city  line."
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
tbe hour, commencing at 6:30
a m.
Sunday service half-houny between 8:30 a. m. and 11. p. m.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Ltd
r________-________-__AA____kA-_k_k__-k_______-___-_-_h ______________ j
[he Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital  Paid up $4,700,000
Res.rve Fund     5,-100,800
Total Assets 55,000,000
In and out of town accounts solicited.
SAVINGS  BANK  DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
New Westminster, B. C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE, Manager.
Westminster
Transfer ..Co.
ifflce   Phone 18..     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
O-PICE���TRAM DEPOT
Fish    Fish
P. Burns & Co. have opened up a fish
market in connection with the butcher
shop, and will fill orders with fresh fish
of all kinds in season, from one pound
to a car, at the lowest price. Call or
phone your orders to 101, and have
fresh fish for dinner.
P.  BURNS  & CO.,  LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Butchers,
C. E. TRAVES, Local Manager.
COLUMBIA  STREET.    PHONE  101.
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THE   DAILY   _.EWS.
MONDAY, JULY 26, 1909
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"GET  THE   HABIT"
Published by The Daily News Publishing Company, Limited, at their offices.
The Daily News Block, corner of McKenzie  and  Victoria  streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
MONDAY, JULY 26,  1909.
ABUSE CONTINUES.
The Mail and Empire continues its
tirade of abuse against Hon. MacKenzie King. The Mail takes the position that a man who writes a thesis
and therefore earns an honorable degree, is less entitled to it than a man
distinguished by the size of his purse
upon whom the degree is conferred
without any special literary ability.
Such argument will not go far with
thinking people. The Hon. Dr. King
was unfortunate enough to haw been
rat-nib er of the Globe staff at one time,
which accounts for the jealous animosity of the Mail. Had Dr. King
been upon the Mail staff at anytime a very different story would
have been told.
It Is a remarkable fact that for
some time past Sir Wilfrid Laurier
has been the only minister in Ottawa.
This means that every department of
the government is under the personal supervision of the Prime Minister.
A few days ago the Mail and Empire printed a space filler from Ottawa, to the effect, that Sir Wilfrid
was about to retire from active participation in public affairs. The wish
was father to the thought. Sir Wilfrid bus no such intention, and the
article referred to had no foundation
whatever, upon which to rest, but was
the creation of an individual over anx"
ious to Send In good copy.
For a man whose health, according
to the Tory press, demands his retirement, Sir Wilfrid Laurier is a poor
example. The Premier is doing the
work of several men during the dog
days, and is just as sprightly and
lively as the youngest civil servant m
towB. He never felt In better health
or higher spirits. Sir Wilfrid is good
for many years to come.
During the Orange festivities on the
12th July at Ottawa, a young man
of limited experience and no discretion, failed to grasp uhe responsibilities which pertain to a public speaker
before a mixed audience. This Individual, the Rev. R. H. Steacy, pastor in an obscure suburb of Ottawa,
known as Bell's Corners. Bell's Corner's may in time arrive at the dignity of an unincorporated village
Mr. Steacy is one of those who imagine, when surrounded by their friends
that the world at large hangs expectant upon their utterance. Among
other outre things this eminent divine (sic), made use of tlie following
language:
"A few years ago Ottawans had 'he
humiliating spectacle of seeing Premier Laurier crawling out Bank street,
crawling along the canal to the residence of an Italian priest, and asking
him what the civil government of this
country shall be."
This outrageous falsehood was uttered before a large audience by a man
whose avocation ls Supposed to be the
dissemination of truth. It mattered
nothing to the pastor from Bell's Corners that there was not the shadow
of truth in his statement, bu_ an emin'
ent man, tlie Prime Minister of Canada, must be publicly insulted under
conditions, which preclude a reply.
This same clergyman whose talents
are wasted at Bell's Corners, said that
the churches were divided and loved
division. He also thanked God that uo
Unitarian could be an Orangeman, and
after making the assertion that "the
liberal party was kept in power by
the Church of Rome" he said "he had
expected to see the man (Mr. R. L.
Borden) who had been elected as member for Carleton county, but he was
not there." This reverend gentleman
regretted the absence ot the Prime
minister, although be must have
known that the Pri__e Minister had
received no invitation, and that Mr.
Borden w*as in England. After a further allusion to the "Christless Unitarians" by this charitable preacher,
he concluded by an attack on Mr.
Borden ln these terms:
"The Conservative party could not
do it, because Mr. Borden and his followers would rather purchase by sacrificing that which was dear to us,
than conquer the Church of Rome."
The Iniempeate observations of Rev.
Mr. Steacy did not create a favorable
Impression on his audience. There I
were present supporters of both polit-1
Icai parties, and the unjistifialble at-1
tack upon both political leaders was j
not   well   received.
' This moral giant and intellectual Co-1
loBsus must be excused for his violent
attack upon the two great. Canadian
political leaders, when he expresses '
the opinion that President Taft, Jos.
Chamberlain, Dr. Everett Hale Waldo
Emerson, Whittler, Holmes, and many
other eminent Unitarians are unfit to
he Orangiemen.
TO DEFER APPEARANCE
Glass Dishes
IN  THE  WINDOW.       TODAY,  EACH
Few Were Taken in River
Last Evening���Good Number of Boats Were Out.
According to the latest reports received last night it appears that the
sockeye are still deferring their ap-
.jiearance in  the river.
It had been hoped that the run
might have commenced during the
close period and yesterday evening a
large number of boats put out.    The
Itide during the earlier part of the
evening was not very favorable for
fishing, ani although few salmon were
taken most of the fishermen persisted
In hopes that as conditions improved
IWith the t'ide more fish would appear.
;By midnight. however, the majority
of tlie fisherman had become convinced that there were none but a
few sii'aggl'-rs in rhe river, and  most
'of them  took  in  their nets and  put
. to shore again.
The Fair
646 Columbia Street.
We buy for cash and sell for the same
FIRE      HRE     FIRE
HOW OFTEN YOU HEAR THAT CRY! IT STRIKES TERROR, DOESN'T IT? HOW ABOUT
YOUR INSURANCE? IS YOUR HOUSE INSURED? IS YOUR FURNITURE INSURED? FOR ALL
YOU HAVE TO PAY IN PREMIUMS IT IS NOT BUSINESS TO GO ONE DAY WITHOUT A POLICY.
THERE IS NO BETTER COMPANY THAN THE ONE I REPRESENT, THE LIVERPOOL AND '.on.
DON  AND  GLOBE.       LET  ME WRITE YOUR  NEXT POLICY.
J.   J.   JOHNSTON
Dupont  Block. Columbia street.
PHONE  169.
HOKKIBLE DISEASE
I Importation of while maize from this
country. It appears that whlte maize
has hitherto been Imported in lar..-
APP.AR- IU IQVIIIU quantities to Canada from the United
/ill LflllJ   IH   AO I LUifl [States, but If South African expoitei-
[cah compete with  the product of the
  I slates  a  very   largo  business  can   lie
_  ��� 'done, particularly in the Eastern prov-
Pellagra, a Rare Malady, Attacks Six  ince,.   Montreal and Toronto.    ���
of  the   Inmates���   No   Cure   Is
Yet Known.
CRICKET AT BROCKTON POINT.
Burrards   Win   From   Westminster  By
Large Margin.
The Burrard cricketers beat Westminster on Saturday by 64 runs. _.
H. J ud tl did the hat trick in the last
over.
Tha scoiv follows:
BURRARD.
J. R. Smith���c Sherriff, b Welfare       H
F. H. Hep,urn���c Sherriff, b Welfare       0
A. J. Klllick���lbw b Snell 15
A. Downer���b Judd     5
B. King���c Snell, b Judd     ti
W. Stevenson���c Judd, b Oddy  ..  _6
H. Parker���c Jurld, b Oddy la
O. Wiggins��� Not out   .. 16
L. H. Chaplin���b Judd 11
H.  C.  Martin���b  Judd   .... ' 0
J. W. Wallis���b Judd     0
Extras ID
Total    122
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
B. Welfare���Run out 16
S. B. Snell���c Stevenson, b Chaplin        0
E. C. Davey���_> King     0
C. N. Judd���lbw, b King    0
Kev.   C.  W.   Houghton���st  Killick,
b King  D
T. Oddy���c Barker, b Chaplin  .... 4
T. I). Sheriff���b. Hepburn  3.
Brown���b  Chaplin     7
Burrows���b  Chaplin     0
Whltaker���<b King   0
Menzies���Not out  57
Extra,  D
Total        57
Chicago, July 25.���Pellagra, a mysterious plague as fatal as leptrosy and
j usually found only In the southern
states  and  in  tropical  countries,  has
'been discovered among inuiai.es of insane   wards   at   the Dunning  asylum.
: Three   middle-aged   women    are  now
(suffering with the dread malady and
six other women have succumbed to
th_ disease within the past year. At
itime of their death Dunning physicians were mystified as to ihe nature
of their ailment.   A suspicion that pel-
llagara was the afiliction of the women was confirmed yesterday by Dr.
Lavinder, a surgeon of the United
States Public health and Marine Hos-
! pita] service, who for the l'ast two
years has been making an exhaustive
stury of the baffling disease at Columbia, S. C.
"PelLagara is a disease of the most
mysterious kind knowu t'o science,"
said Dr. Lavinder. "Its cause is not
entirely understood, and no certain
cure has ibeen found for it. Most authorities attribute the disease ���* the
juse of food, of spoiled or damaged
corn or its products. But no one is
able to state tbat corn in a certain
condition will cause the disease, nor
can anyone guard against It. Pel-
lagara eats out the body and mind,
but is a chronic disease and not acute
and usually when insanity is caused
the patient is depressed and moody
rather than violent.
"The dis-ease is not considered communicable and no efforts are made
anywhere, either in Europe or in the
United States, to quarantine any of
the cases."
COMBINE AGAINST
ACCIDENT TAKERS
Canadian Electrical Railways
Unite For Mutual Protection.
Trade Opening for Canada.
Cape    Town, July    25.���An official
communication  was      received    from
Canada, stating that the manufacture
of the Dominion are interested in the
Toronto, July 25.���In an attempt to
curtail   the growing     list   of  alleged
fake      accident      claims     registered
against    them,  the    electric   railway
systems   of  Canada   intend   to   establish   a  "bureau    of    information  and
identification"     By means of this all
suspicious    claimants   can   te   traced
from  city  to city,  and  their records
kept almost as minutely as the police
chronicles of  criminals.      Mr.   Acton
, Burrows of Toronto, the secretary of
the Canadian Street Railway Association,   will  keep  these records,  in  ad-
Tlirion to his regular association work,
Ibi*   each   railway   company   will   as-
'sume the responsibility of sending to
jhim  information  of possible  "frauds"
I who  may  make claim  against   them
for alleged accidents.      His offlce will
then act as a clearing house, and any
railway   company   In   any   other   city-
can get the information from him.
The bureau will be worked out
'along the lines of the present system
used by the street railway companies
In the United States. Cards Ibearing
the name, address and a full description of the claimants, together with
the witnesses ln the case, will be
I filled out. Border cities, such as
Buffalo and Detroit, in the east, will
be included in the association because
of .the fact that the systems of these
places have interests ln roads operating ln Canada   It is planned to have
The Oxford Chancellor Range
Everyone buying a range should get one that will give perfect satis,
faction in cooking and baking, is economical In *he use of fin 1 . s ^
to work over in the hote weather, and also eaay to operate and I - ep t\iti_
If you wish to be satisfied In th_8er-spect�� you will buy , ,)xi<)Ti
range atfer you have Inspected it. The prices ulso of these nt-es ai*.
mucb lower than those of other makes. Call ln and In pe.. om
stock.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
*++++++++++++++++4
>4+*++++++++++++4444**w*wen
Water Wings, Bathing Caps, Float
ing Bath Soap
AT
Ryall's Drug Store
Phone 57.
+++++++++++++++++++S+++ + + 4++++ ++++++ ++++++444******
MUTTON, VEAL, PORK
Fresh Pork   Sausages dally.
Best of Farmer's  Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 McMENEIY ft AMLRSON
ColumW_ 5_
++++++++++++++++++++++++++m++4
1
NATURE SHAPED
SHOES
Barefoot
Joy
Souvenirs
There is nothing a child will'en-
joy more, during the summer
season, than a pair of our Barefoot Sandals. Cool and easy on the feet, and lined
with soft porous leather. Barefoot Sandals for children grow more popular every summer. We are
showing several of the best styles in most all sizes.
CHILDREN'S (sizes 3 to 71-2), pair  $_.oo
GIRLS' (sizes 8 to 101-2), pair    i 25
MISSES' (sizes 11 to 2), pair      i'50
' BOYS' (sizes 3 to 5), pair         ^75
MENS' (sizes 6 to 10), pair   2.00
These Sandals will outwear the ordiuary low-cut
shoes for children, and will last all summer. Secure
 a pair today while they last.
SEE US TODAY FOR YOUR NEXT PAIR OF SHOES
Our  Store  will   be found    Headquarters       for       Souvenir
Burnt leather in every device.     Decorated China with lo
ca| views In almost any piece you may desire.
Shell Goods, Beaded Work,    and    Post    Cards.       Local
views of all Khe beauty spots in the city.
We  solicit you  to inspec   our stock.      If you do not see
what you want you are no   pressed to buy.
TODHUNTER & BURR
Booksellers, Stationers, Newsdealers
Successors to J. J. MACKAY A CO.
ROBIN HOOD FLOUR
JOHNSTON'S Big Shoe _��, Ltd.
Sign of the Big Electric Boot NewJWestminster, B. C
THE LARGEST SHOE HOUSE IN B. C,
83
������������������
******
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
And see that you get It.
ANOTHER CARLOAD JUST ARRIVED.
For Wh._i,  Barley, Oata, Chop,, Chicken   Feed,  Bran,  Shorts, my.
etc., ask us.      We wlll see that you  get  It promptly.
HALE BROS. & CO.
LTD.
IBS COLUMBIA STREET. P. O. Drawe,
WE ARE READY TO SHOW
you how it Is cheaper to buy our
high-class building materials
than It Is to purchase the I>oor*
er kind. We can r pom' t0
buildings buUt with our t'i|lte'
rials thut never need repairs.
We can point to some ottiert
that need repairs all the time.
But they were not built of "ur
materials. See where real
cheapness lies?
��
Ltd. _ MONDAY, JULY 26, 19*
THE   DAILY  NEWS
PAGE FIVE.
THE
tas
h Store
T.H. Smith
THE
Cash Store
 I ' ��������	
STORE "CLOSES DAILY AT 5 P. M., EXCEPT SATURDAY.
Last Week of the
Great
JULY SALE
Deeper Price-Cutting for
the Last Few Days.
WE A  SH  TO  MAKE THIS A  RECORD   WEEK,  AND   HAVE   PUT   THE   KNIFE   DEEP   INTO  THE
PRICES   OF   EVERYTHING IN  THE  WAY OF  SUMMER  GOODS. DRESS     FABRICS,       PRINTS,
GINGHAMS.  CHAMBRAYS, ETC.,   ALL    OFFERED    AT   SPECIAL PRICES FOR THIS WEEK.     NEW
GOODS   ARE   ALREADY   ARRIVING,  OUR  ONLY   INCONVENIENCE  IS WANT OF SPACE, AND WE
ARE   DETERMINED   TO   MAKE  THIS  SPACE,  BY   PLACING   SUCH       EXTRAORDINARILY       LOW
PRICES AS WILL  BE  BOUND   TO   CLEAR   THESE  GOODS   INA  HURRICANE  RUSH.
Phone or Mail Orders Receive   Prompt Attention.
SUNSHADE  SPECIALS
Goods  we    must    clear no  matter
���������-��� U the sacrifice Is, every sunshade.
-lore    reduced.      We do not
want  to carry one over, most  of our
bei   r parasols to clear at half price.
1  ��   only.    In    White Embroidered
I-lnen,  and colored  silk,   various col-
Regular    values to $5.00, now
 $1.50
Twenty only, Black Gloria covers,
ribbon _dgc, suitable for use as sun-
Bhade or umbrella. Regular $1.25.
I'liis week only    90c
STRIPED AND CHECKED
LUSTRES, 20c YARD.
Two hundred and fifty yards In this
lot, the balance of fancy striped and
checked mohairs, at a rushout price.
Ik*ubl0 width, per yard 20c
A PICNIC IN
CREAM   DRESS GOODS
50c YARD
A splendid showing of cream lustres, panamas. serges, plain and fancy
striped suitings. Regular values to
75c, tor,-per yard 50c
ANOTHER   SNAP
IN TOWELS.
Fifty dozen white or colored Turkish towels, splendid size, hard or soft
finish;  now for, per pair 35c and 50c
TWO  SPECIAL8  IN
LADIES'  GOLF COATS
Three-Quarter length, with belt attached, patch pockets, stole collar, ln
fancy honeycomb stripe, a choice selection of shades from . .$2.75 to $4.75
$1.50 CREAM
COATING SERGE, 95c.
A direct Importation, all wool,
cream coating serge, extra weight, 50
inches wide suitable for separate
coats or tailored suits. Regular $1.50
for 95c
LIGHT OR DARK
PRINT,   10c PER YARD
Twenty pieces .extra special value,
31 Inches wide, perfectly fast colors,
stripes and fancy designs. A dainty
ne 1-,-ction, per yard ��������� 10��
SEE OUR SNAPS IN
LADIES' NECKWEAR.
A sample lot specially priced. Underskirts made of fine white cotton,
neatly trimmed with lace and Insertion, an extra special. Regular $8.75
for. ��2'25
Money savers in misses' and chli-
dreu's white sailor suits, made of hue
drill and Indian Head, navy and Pale
blue collars, cufTs trimmed with white
Soutache braid. All sizes, specially
priced from -*3-50
Ci iv News
Transfer
S:' week dav.
'���" rythlng fo
1   ���       i-i
th? garden at Tidy's
nty i"h,. dozen jreckties Just ar.
ri* 26c, 50c and 75c each. Acme
( I. Co. ������
..!���!)>��� Chlrol. foreign editor of
th- '.dun Times, who is returning
through Canada from a visit -,,, china,
ha een Invited to visit this city, it
i-s doubtful, however, if i_e can ac-;
cepi
For lir.it-cla.is cut flowers and any
Ikini ol Floral work, telephone l_avie>
Greenhouse, RJ08, ������
Just  arrived,  a  carload  of    Kobln '
Ho I Flour.     Full assortment of s See,
24.  19, 9S, now in stock.      Hale Bros, '
& Co., Ltd.
Professor Prince and Dr. Jordan. International    fisheries   commissioners,
returned io Westminster on Saturday
and   left     later   in   ihe    day   fo,-   the.
north.    They will return u> this city!
in a few days.
That    light,    delicious,    wholesome
bn ad  you so much enjoyed at  your ;
friend's house,  was made with  Kobln!
Hood  Flour. ������ I
|
Robert Hesketh of Beattle, second
vice-president Of the Hotel and Res- |
taurant Employees' Internationa] Alliance, called on Secretary H A.
Stoney, of the Westminster Trades &
I^abor Council, on Saturday, to suggest the revival of the local union j
formerly in existence here. The
matter will be taken up later.
Specials in straw bats, t- values |
for $1.    Acme Clothing Co. '*
Westminster to Westminster, via
Steveston and Vancouver; buy your
tickets at the B. C. E. R. tram offlce���
$1.50 for ilie round trip. Steamer
Transf.-r leaves every day at .1 PJEU
except  Saturday 2 o'clock **
A meeting of the 13. C. Lacrosse
Association nad been called for Saturday evening to settle tne question
of the referees for the next games ibe-
tween Westminster ami Vanoouver,
but the meeting did not mature, and
will be held early this week. Another important matter, and one which
affects the arrangem-ents for the Ui-
bor Day game, which was settled at
the beginning of the season to take
place here, but which the Vancouver
officials are endeavoring to have
transferred  there.
A round tlie world trip for $1..50 via
Westminster, Steveston, Vancouver
and Westminster by steamer Transfer.      Round trip $1 50. **
Aldermen Cray and Johnston are
attending ihe Grand Post of the Natl*- Sona of B. C, held in Nanaimo
this we_k, as representatives of Post
No. 4. As Mayor Keary 1_ at Medicine Hat at the convention of the
Canadian Union of Municipalities
there will only be a small attendance
at the city council mating ibis evening.
We give you anything in this large establishment at a
saving of 5 TO 25 PER CENT.    Cheaper, with quality
considered, than any furniture house in British Columbia.
Investigate.   New goods.    Latest designs.    See
W.   E.   FALES,
The Reliable Furniture Dealer,
Upholsterer   and   Undertaker
612-618 Agnes Street.   Phone 176.
G. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(Mr-Ill   University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of  New Westminster.
OFFICE:
FIRE   MALL   No.   1
Crystal Theater
ANIMATED  PICTURES AND  ILLUS
TRATED   SONGS    OF    THE    VERY
HIGHEST CLASS.
PROGRAM CHANGED MONDAY,
WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY. SPE
CIAL    MATINEE    EACH   DAY    2:30.
EVENING   PERFORMANCE   7:30
Admission���Children   5c,   adults    10c
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDGE.
The con.il'.-.n of tbe old bridge is
not considered saf�� tot vehicular
traffic and the public generally are
caution, d against hauling loads of
nny kind over it.
Persons continuing to do so after
tli_ notice must take all th0 risks oa
themselves
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
Clry Hall, Now Westminster, July
23 rd,  1D09.
J. M. COMPTON, Manager
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfound.and, and In London, England. New York, Chicago and Spokane,
0. S. A., and Mexico City. A general
aanking    business    transacted.      Let-
ers of Credit Issued,    available with
correspondents   in    all   parts of    the
vorld.
Savings Bank Department���Deposits
received  In  sums  of  $1  and  upward,
_nd Interest allowed at 3 per cent, per
annum  (present rate).
Tnta!   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
WEl." WESTMINSTER  BRANCH,
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Death of Mrs. Shirl.y.
Mrs. Mary Shirley, wife of Patrick
Shirley, of Ladner, died In the General hospital, Vancouver, on Saturday of meningitis, at the age _ 38
years. Interment will take place at
Ladner today. She leaves a family
of six children and two stepsons. Four
brothers and thre__ sisters aiv living.
The family reside at Ladner, where
Mr. Shirley owns the Shirley hotel.
Two of the late Mrs. Shirley's brothers live at Langley, one at Port Hammond and one, Kenneth Morrison, in
Vancouver. The three sisters are
Mrs- J. L. Walker, Aldergrove; Mrs.
F. Jackson, of thiB city, and Mrs.
Locki_ Brown, of this city. Her
mother, Mrs. K. Morrison, of Langley,
also survives her.
A WELL KNOWN
NOVELIST   DEAD
London, July 2a���Rosa Nouchette
Cary, novelist, died last night. She
began her ca.ee as a noveliBi ln 186_-
Her works include "Robert Ord's At-
tonement," "Not Like Other Girls,
"Other People's "Lives" and the "Highway of Fame."
FARMERS TO   HAVE  DAY.
IT  PAYS  TO  ADVERTISE
���IN���
THE       DAILY NEWS
Westminster's Horn,  Paoer.
Great Truths
Campaign
Henry A. Ironside, of California, will conduct a series
of meetings in HEBRON HALL
(formerly known as Cunningham's Hall), 39 Sixth Street,
New Westminster, beginning
on Sunday evening, July 25,
at 7:30 o'clock, and to go on
nightly, Mondays and Saturdays excepted, until further
notice; week evenings at 8
o'clock. Addresses on ''The
Inspiration of the Bible,"
"The Deity of Christ," "The
Atonement," "Justification,"
"The Second Advent of
Christ," etc., etc. All cordially welcome. Bring your
Bibles.
NO COLLECTIONS
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy Butter, p��r pound,
25c
BEST VALUE8 IN TEAS AND COFFEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE  (FRESH
GROUND)   IS A WINNER.
ADAMS & DEANS, j*��2S!Sfi!iIi^^
TELEPHONE  97. COLUMBIA STREET.
Northw.st  Agriculturists  Will   Gather
at Seattle Fair.
Seattle, July 25���The farmers of
the Pacific Northwest will hav, their
inning ac the Alaska-Yukon-Padtic
exposition, on Wednesday, September
8. _. D. Wilson of Peag, 111., has
been appointed director-general of the
day, and Is now busy in the preparation of the program, Mr. Wilson of-
elated ln a like capacity at the Sr.
LouIh Exposition with marked success.
The abject of this special event ls
to show to the farmers ln a systematic way the possibilities and opportunities which are ln store for
them and to awak-en them to a keener
venae of appreciation of the lavish
g .ts which nature has bestowed upon
this highly favored region.
The program will consist of a Pa*
rad-e, addresses, a basket picnic' at
noon In tbe Lakeside park, and a
rainbow banquet at the evening hour.
As a rule *heSe special events and
festivities are confined to industrial,
financial and commercial organizations, 'but the A. Y. P. management
very properly considers the farming
Industry as one of the potent factors
in the development of the Great
northwest and in keeping wit . that
Mea will strive In every possible way
to keep the agricultural Interests of
the region well up toward the front of
thei yrooess'.on.
Live Stock Insurance
Live stock Insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
beet kinds of Insurance In existence, and an ever-increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer In the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to the greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate less which has occu red on any ef the company's policies
since, they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter is an
Instsnes:
New Westminster, June 23, 1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Wetanlnator, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for $200.00 in
full payment. Tours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some  valuable  stock,  enquire  for par-
ticulars.
ALFRED   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET. PHONE It
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PAGE SIX.
THE   DAILY   NJ_Wfci.
MONDAY, JULY 26   i,w
Talk With F. J. Hart & Co.
Whereas,   It  Is  expedient   to  grant
Thirty   Thousand    t*-1"--
tin- purpose of as-
ction of a new build-
of
LIMITED.
Official Agents of The Western Home and Improvement
Company, Ltd.,
ABOUT  APPLE LAND
The NEW TOWNSITE AND FRUIT DISTRICT along the line of the B. C.
Electric  Chilliwack  Line and  V. V.  and  E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway.
interest  on   the   debentures  proposed
to be Issued under this By-Law, and the   sum
for creating a sinking fund torthepay- 000.00) Dollar, tor
ment of the said debenture! wlu-iidiie, sisting i" tl"' erect-
It will b, m-c-issarvtorais-byspecai i���K .or th. Royal Columbian Ho-plt
rates   in   addition to all  other Tates, _i in thi_ t'H.v.
each year during the currency of tba     And Whereat. I   WJ"*   ,  ,,, ,
said debentures   tbe sum of Thln-eon sum of   Thirty TfaOueand  IV".'""''
Thousand   Seven  Hundred   and  S-v- Dollars   be   appropriated   i;  ���"
enty-Four and 62-100 (fl3.774.6S) Dol- general ravenut
lars.
And, Whereas, In order to raise tho
III.-
All1
Dollars
general revenue of the CUy tor
Current  vear the rate of taxation
be excessive, ami it is expedient thai
sahi yeariv sum. of Thirteen Thousand ��uch   excessive   taxation   !i|l'"lltl    "'
Seven Hundred and Seventy-Four and avoided, ami the said sum should !���������
62-100  ($13,774.62)    Dollaw    an equal raised  on   the credit of  lhe  Corpora
specia] rati- on die dollar will be re-
quired lo In- levied "�� the whole ra'v
;i.iiic property- of the City ol N��w
Westminster;
And, Whenas, the whole rateable
property of tbe said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($6,891,446.-
00)   Dollars.
Anil. Whereas, the total amount or
thv existing ilehenture debt of the
sab! CUy is One Million, Two Hun-
tl roii and Nineteen Thousand, one
Huiiilrnd ($1,219,100.00. Dollars lire-
spectlve of the sum of On-.- Hundred
and Sixty-Four Thousand ($164,000.-
iM. i
iler
tion, ami that debenture, should M
issued for that amount.
Anil,   Whenas,   l'or   the   payment   01
Interest on the debentures propoe <i
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating aalnkingfund for tne payment of ih,- Mid debi in Hi's when due
it will he necessary to raise by special
rates, in addition to all other rtt.'-s,
each year during the currency of UM
saiil debenture*, the sum of Seventeen
Hundred and Slxty-Fivi and 98-100
($1766.9.)  Dollars
And, Whereas, In order to raise the
said yearly sum ol Seventeen Huii-
(li-.il and Bixtj Five an.l 98-100
($1766.96) Dollars an e<_uaj speola. rate
on the dollar will be requ red to !).���
uvenirs
OF
THE  CITV.
LOT AT
FINE
. MORS Y'S
IN    CHINA,     LEATHER
JEWELRY  NOVEL.
MER     READING,
GOODS,   ETC
AT
AND
Es- SUM.
p0RTlMG
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
said debentures ahaJ. be applied as
'follows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying ih ��� cost of the passing of
'this By-law and the issue and sale
Iof tlu- debentures therein referred to.
 , 7.    This By-law shall lake effect on
,     - ,  the 2'iih. day of August 190ft, and may
A By-law to enablo the Council oi hv t.iUHl  as the .'Advertising By-law
the City of New Westminster to rai8e J1909."
by loan the sum of Pour Thousand i g' Thjs ny.iaw before the final
($4000.00) Dollars for tin., purpose of passing thereof, shall receive the as-
advertising the City. |gent of the ejectors of the said City
Whereas, it is expedient to expend I ln   ,he  manner required  by  law.
the sum of Four Thousand ($40011.00) |    Received the assent of the electors
Dollars   in   advertising   ihe   City   and on t;ie day of 1909.
that Uie said sum should be raised on      Reconsidered" and  finally  passed  in
the credit of the Corporation. i0])_n  council the day of	
And Whereas, It appqars that if the i;��f>9
sum    of   Four   Thousand    ($4000.001 :
Dollars proposed to be raised ""* levied on the whole rateable property
the  "Hospital  Dobenture  By-law of tbe City of New Westminster;
Dollars    bo    appropriated    from    'he
general  revenue of the Ciiy for the j
current year the rate of taxation will j
be excessive, and it is expedient that |
such   excessive   taxation   should   be
the Treasury of the said City  for the
purposes mentioned herein.
-. It shall be lawful for th0 Mayoi
to cause any number of debentun B
lo be made, not exceeding in tb"
whole the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars, tor such sums of
money as may he required, not less
than $100.nO each, ur an equivalent
expressed in niounds sterling of ithe
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.806 to th"
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall Le sealed with the Seal
of the Corporation signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be there.
unto lawfully authorized.
1909," thv "Waterworks Debenture By- And.   Whereas,  the  whole rateable
law  1909," the "Street   Improvement property of the said  City, according
By-law  1909,"    tho   "Incinerator De- t<i  the  lasi   revised  asseasmeni    roll
benture By-law 1909," and *he "C'tt.v thereof, i.   l-'iv.- .Millions. Three  Hun
daol    Debenture   By-law    1909,"    or jjjred ami Ninety-One Thousand, Four
which none of the principal or inter- Hundred  ami   Forty-Five  ($6,391,446.-
est   is  in  arrears. On)  Dollars.
Now  therefore the Municipal  I'oiin- And.  Whereas, tin- total amount Ol
rii of tlie Corporation of t.ho City of the   existing    debenture   debt  of   the
New Westminster enacts as follows: said  City  is  One Million,    Two  Hun
MOREY'S
L
BOOKSTORE
665 Coin- bia street
1, It shall be lawful lor the .Mayor
of the said City io raise by way ol
loan from any person or persons, :; od
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not  exceeding  in   Uie  whole  the sum
dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars
One
lrre-
of    Two    Hundred    and    Thirty-Four
IS.    The     said   debentures  shall   bo Thousand   ($234,000)   Dollars,  and  to
City Clerk. Mayor,  payable on the first day of July 195-, cause    the    same    to    be    paid    into
  at such place or places as the Coun-ithe Treasury of the said City for the
NOTICE. ell of the said Corporation may from purposes  mentioned herein.
Tak..  notice   that   the  above  is   a time to time appoint,    with  the ap-      2.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor
proposed     By-law  proval  of  the  holders    thereof,    and   to   cause   any   number of   debenture*
have attached  to them coupons  to   be   made,     not   exceeding   in   tho
avoided, and  the said  sum should  be tru-   tlopv  c_   the
raised on  the credit of the Corpora- whic_i w.il be taken into consideration shall
tion,  und  that debentures should  be by the MunlclpaJ Council of the City for  the  payment of  interest    at the whole the sum of Two Hundred and
issued for that amount. '0j- ^ew Westminster one month from rate of five per centum per annum on  Thirty-Four      Thousand ($234,000)
And,  "Whereas,  for the  payment of the date of the first publication there. the   amount   thereof,     which   Interest  Dollars,    for    such    sums of   money
interest  on  the  debentures  proposed 0f  _n   th.   "Daily  News"  and  "Dally shall  be payable half yearly on  uhe as     may     _���     required, not     less
to  be issued under this By-Law, and Columbian"    newspapers,  which  first first of January and  the first day Of than  $lo(i.(i0  each,    or an equivalent
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,
each year during the currency of the
eaid debentures, the sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five and 46-100
($2H-..6)   Dollars.
And, Whereas, In order to raise
the Said yearly sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five and 46-100
($235.46) Dollars an equal special rate
on the dollar will be required to be
levied on the whole rateable pioperty
of the City of New Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property cf the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty Five ($5,-91,445.-
00) Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount of
tlivs existing debenture debt of 'he
eaid City is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   Irre
spective of the sum ol Three Hundred
uml Sixiy-Kigbt Thousand ($368,000..
00) Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Hospital Dobenture Bylaw
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By
law 1909," ihe "Streei Improvement
By.law 1909," the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," ami the "C'tv
Gaol Debenture Bylaw 1909," ol
which none of ilie principal or interest   Is  in   arrears.
Now  therefore the Municipal  Council of the  Corporation of the City of !
New Westminster enacts as follows:    I
1,    It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of  the said   City io ralse  by  way  of i
loan from any person or persoiiB, :odv I
or bodies corporate, who may be will-
ini to advance ihe same on the credit
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountajt |
(Successor to C  i 11 ,������
COLLECTIONS    AND    M"0REKE-
ERS'     BOOKS    OF    ACCOUNT! i I
SPECIALTY.      AGENTS    FOR T��r '
HALL SAFE CO. '
Office: Room 7, Hambly (^
P. O.  Box  79.
P. O. Box 471.
Tel.
'���'--'ml
Gasoline Engine)]
We  Sell the Celebrated
PALMER  BROS.'
GASOLINE  ENGINES,
publication   took   place  on   the   22n<l.  July, in each and every year, and the expressed   in   pounds   sterling  of   the of  the  debentures,    hereinafter   men-
flay of July 1909, and that a vote of said coupons shall   be signed  by  the United Kingdom of Great Britain and  tioned,  any   sum  or  sums  of  money,
the electors of the. City will be taken said Mayor. Ireland,    at  a  value  of  4.St;C  to  the
on the said proposed by-law on Uh6! 4. A special rate on the dojlar pound sterling; and all such debont-
25th day of August, 1909, between the shall .be levied and raised in each ures shall ie sealed with the Seal
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P- year, ln addition to all other rates, of the Corporation Blgne.l by
m., at the following places, namely: on 'ill rateable property of the City, Mayor and couniersigned by
The Council Chamber, civic building; sufficient to pay the interest on the Treasurer thereof, or by such other
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the debentures, and to create a sinking person or persons as may be there-
Waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh fund for the payment of the principal unto lawfully authorized.
PALMER   ,,
HR.'IS.I***- I
IM' POI II
���CVCI E
GASOLINE j
ENGINES
sV.eet.
Citv  Hall,
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
July  22nd, 1909.
Cify Gaol Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
thereof w-hen due, subject to any Act I    3.   The    said  debentures  shall   be whole  the   sum  of
or enactment respecting the same. payable on the first day of July 1969,  ($30,000.(10)   Dollars
|    �����    Subject as aforesaid, there Bhall at such place or places as the Coun-
jhe   raised   annually   by   special   rales cii of the said Corporation  may from
as aforesaid,  during  ihe currency of time  to time appoint,    with  the ap-
the said debentures, the Sum of Three proval  of the  holders    thereof,    and
Hundred   ($300.00)    Dollars    for    the shall  have  attached to them  coupons
payment of Interest  thereon   and the for  the  payment of  interest     at  the
sum of Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($53.T.i) rate of five per centum per annum on
.Dollars to provide for the repayment the   amount   thereof,    which   interest of  the
of the principal. shall   be  payable half yearly   on  "ho Mayor
 . |    6.   The proceeds of the sale of tne first of January and the first day of Treasurer  thereof,  or  by  such' other
said   debentures   shall   b^,  applied   fts July, in each nnd every year, and the  person  or  persons  as  may   be   there-
A  By-law to enable the  Council or follows, and not  otherwise:   Towanis said  coupons shall  be signed   bv  the unto lawfully authorized   '
the City of New Westminster to raise paying  the  eost  of   the    passing    or said Mayor.                                                     3     Th
by loan the sum of    Six    Thousand th_s  By-law and   the  Issue and iiale I    4.   A    special    rate on  the dollar payable on thei first day of  .Uiy 1969
..               ($6000.00)  Dollars for the purpose of Df the debentures therein referred to. shall   ibe   levied   and   raised   in   each  at  such  place or places as the Coun:
spectlve of the sum of Three> Hundred building a City Gaol and Police Court      7.    This By-law shall take effect on year.   In addition   to  all   other   rates,  ell of the said Corporation may from
_?vd J2-_*__ OUr  Th��,"a-?a   (1394-000-j Room.                                                        the 25th. day of August 1909, and may on all rateable  property of ihe City, time to tlmo appoint,    wiu,  the
00.   Dollars proposed to be raised un-1    Wherea_, It ls expedient to erect a* .��<> cited as the "City Jail Debenture sufficient to pav the interest on  the  proval  of  the  holders    thereof
der  the  "Hospital  Debenture  By-law :building  to  be used  as a City Gaol By-law, 1909." debentures,  and   to oroat,.  a sinking shall have attached to them    "
1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By. |and  Police Court Room,  and to use |    g.   This  By-law  before    the    final fund for the payment of the principal-;for  the  payment of interest
not  exceeding  In  the  whole the sum
of Thirty Thousand   ($30,000.00)   Dollars and to cause th,. same to be paid
the into the Treasury of the said City for
1 he the purposes mentioned herein.
2.    Ii shall be lawful for the .Mayor
to  causv   any   number of  debentures
to   be   made,     not  exceeding   in   the
Thirty   Thousand I
f<)T snnh sums of j
money  as   may  be  required,  not  loss I
than  $100.00  each,    or  an  equivalent1
expressed   In   pounds   sterling  of   tho j
l*nlt��d Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland,    at  a   value   of   4.860  to   the;
pound  sterling;  and t_|  such  debent-.
ures   shall   . e   sealed   with   the    Seal
Corporation    Signed   by    the
and    countersigned    by     tne
4-
* !*t
mm
WESTMINSTER
Iron  Work.1
JOHN REID, Proprietor.
Tenth Street,  ���   -tiMksircttrl
Street Improvemeni Ma-1
ture By-Law, 11.
ap-!
and
coupons
LaW, lM}iM-* *h8t"S_ 'tT^T tbat POrwn �����f the C'Vlc flld'nSvPass'ng thereof; shall'recelvrthe"'^ the^f'^en,d_e.".ubj.ct"to W'aS Va'te _. flVT ^"wntun.lpeT_nmL2_
By-law 1909 the Inclnemor De-.now used for those purposes, for other ) sent of the electors of the said CUy or enactment respecting the same. Ithe amount thereof, whichTi.iter&t
benture By-law 1903,    and the,    City purposes and   o expend ��n the erec- __,   the manner required  bv  la*. I    5.    Subject as aforesaid, there shall shall  be payatle half ye.riy  on   tiie
Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909."    Ot tion of the said building the sum of      Received the assent of the electors be   raised   annually   by   special   rates  first of January and  the   [r,t day of
which none of the principal or inter- six Thousand  ($6000.00)  Dollars   and on the day of 1909. as  aforesaid,  during the currency  of July, In each and every year  and the
est Is In  arrears ; that the said sum should be raised on,    Reconsidered  and  finally passed  In  U.     said    debentures,    the    sum    of said coupons shall  be  siinic'   bv  the
Now therefore t_e MunicipalI Coun. t_��, credit of the Corporation. open Council the day of    Eleven     Thousand     Seven     Hundred said Mayor * '
cii of the Corporation of the City of     And Whereas, It appears that if the 1909. ($11700)   Dollars  for th�� navntam  of      *     A    .Li.t    - * ,���    ���   ,
New Westminster enacts as followsYsum     of    Six    Thousand    ($600.00), ,S^
Thousand   and   Seventy-Four  and   52- year,   In addition   to  all   other   rates.
<"''  ������'������"��������� Mayor.  100   ($2074.52)  Dollars to provide tor on all rateable  property of tha City,
the  repayment of the principal. sufficient to  pay  the  Interest on  the
6, The proc. eds of the saio of the debentures, and to croafe a sinking
said debentures shall be applied as fund for the payment of the irinc!t._l
follows, and not otherwise; Towards thon-of when due, subject t<, anv Act
paying   the  cost   of  the    passing    or or enactment, respecting the snnie
Subject as aforesaid, ther,. vimll
NOTICE.
Take   noiioe   that   the  above  is   a
true   copy  of   the     proposed     lly-law
which will be taken into consideration
the Municipal  Council of the City
oy
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor 'Dollars be appropriated from the
of the said City to raise by way of general revenue of the Ciiy for the
loan from any person or persons, body current year the rate of taxation will
or bodies corporate, who niay b^ will- be excessive, and It Is expedient that
ing to advance the same on the credit such excessive taxation should be
of the debentures, hereinafter nien- avoided, and the said sum should be
tioned, any sum or sums of money, raised on the credit of the Corpora-
not exceeding in the whole the si,m tion, and that debentures should be
of Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars issued for that, amount,
and to cause the same to b0 paid into And, Whereas, for tlie payment of
the Treasury of the said City for the Interest on the debentures proposed
purposes mentioned herein. to be issued under this By-Law, and
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor .���- creating a sinking fund for the pay-
to  cause   any*   number  of   debentun-s ment of the said debentures when duo.
to   be   made,     not  exceeding   In   tho. it will be necessary to raise by special
whole  die   sum  of    Four    Thousand  rates.  In  addition to  all  other rates,
($4000,011)  Dollars,  for   such  sums  OI each year during the currency of the
money  as   may  be  required,  not less said   debentures,   the   sum   of    Three
than  $100.00  each,    or  an  equivalent  Hundred   and   Fifty-three    and  19-100
expressed   in   pounds   sterling  of the ($363.19) Dollars.
United  Kingdom of Great Britain -ind ,    And, Whereas, in order to raise thi
Ireland,    at  a value of 4.S0G to the said yearly sum of Three Hundred ahd  ...!,'..','-J'
pound  sterling;   and al]   such   debent- Fifty-three   and   -9-1.0   ($353.19)   DO!- ,.,,:,,,
un-s   shall  ibe   sealed  with   the    Seal lars an equal special  rate on the dol-
of   the    Corporation    Signed   by     the, lar  will   be  required  to  be  levied  on
Mayor    and    couniersigned    by    the tihe whole    rateable    property or the
Treasurer   thereof,   or   by  such  oth. r City  Of  New   Westminster.
person  or  persons  as   may  be  there- |    And,   Whereas,   the   whole  rateable
unto lawfully authorized. property  of the  said   Ciiy,  according
,3.    Tlie     said   debentures   shall   he  to   the   last   revised   assessment    roll
payable on tbe first day of July 1959, thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hon-
at  such place or places as the Coun- dred and  Ninety-One Thousand, Four |
ell of the said Corporation may from  Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445.- I
time  to time appoint,    with the ap- 00) Dollars,
proval  of the  holders    thereof,    and     And, Whereas, the total amount or |    A By-law to enable
of Nt-A- Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication thereof  in   the  "Daily   News"   and   "Daily
Columbian"    newspapers,  which   first
publication   took   place  on   the   22nd.
day of July 1909,  and that, a  vote- or
the electors of the City wlll be
on  the  said' proposed   bylaw  on  the
25th day of August, 1909. between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. nnd live p.
at the following places, namely:
Council Chamber, civic building;
Wre Hall,    Sapperton;    and  the
Storehouse,     Eleventh
in.,
Th.
the
this   By-law   and   the  Issue  and   sal
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as t*he "Waterworks Debenture,  By-law,. 1909."
8. .bis   By-law   before    tbe    final
taken  !>apsin* thereof,  shall   receive the assent   of  the electors of  the  said   City
in   ib.   manner require]   iv   Ipw,
Received the assent of ihe electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsldi red  and  finally   pus ed  in
A By-law to enable the Council ot
said   debentures   shal   be  the City of New Westminster'-ral�� I
by loan the biiiii of One Hundred ���d I
Four   Thousand   ($104,00 i  DOB I
for Street Improvements
Whereas, c rtaln sum* of money Wil
this year been expended oul o!t*|
genen*. revenue of the t V 'cr"!|l
construction, tmprovem-n; and ^l
of certain streets and sidewiilkMSl
it Is expedient that certain a.MitiKH
sums be spent in like manner, amoS. I
Ing ln all (with sums already.
spent) to the sum of One
and Four Thousand ($104,000.00) D*l
lars.
And Whereas, It appears thai if "I
sum of One Hundred and Four W**l
sand ($104,000.01)) Dollars b- WF\
prlated from the general re
of the City for the curt* I
year the rate of taxation �����"
be excessive, and It ls expedient ��j
such excessive taxation sliowJ "I
avoided, and the said sum should ��l
raised on the credit of the t.rpw
tion, and that debentures .-hould s* |
issued  for that amount. \.
And, Whereas, for the i'i."""'"
Interest on tbe debenl in V^'i*
to be issued under this Hy I*'*-*"!
for creating a sinking fund I''1 '"''W'L
ment of the said debentures ��;> !I(W:I
payment  of the  prln- ,t wjl] b(, nece8Bar, ,,, . . ., by     ..
rates,  In  addition to all ":|" ' ,  '
each year during the currency _
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the- said debentures, the sum of" Fifteen Hundred ($l.r,iw).(hi) Dollars for
the payment of interest then on and
the sum or Two Hundred and Sixtv-
Five and 96-100 ($265.96) Dollars to
provide for the
cipnl.
6
l*\
,;0mJ I
open  Council
1909.
tbe.
..dav of.
stn-. I.
W   A.
CUy   Hall,   Jul
DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
22nd.   1909.
City Clerk.
Mayor,
The proc. eds of tho sale of the
said deilienliin-s shall he applied a.
roilows. nnd rot otherwlBe: Towards
paying the '"st of the passing or
this By.law and lhe Issue nnd sale
oMhe debentures therein referred to.
7. TBia By-law shall take effect on
''���   "   b. day of Augusi 1909, and may
sum ��� : B x
lli��l
.lit
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
NOTICE. By-law.   19119."
Take  notice  thai   the  above  is  a     8,   This  By-law before   the    final
tru-   copy   of   the     proposed      By-law  passing thereof,  shall   receive the as-
which will b_ taken Into conptderat on |sent of the electors of th,
by the Municipal Councl' of the Cty In  the manner
of New Westminster on. month from!    Received the
tbe date of the first publication th 're   on  the.
of  in   the  "Daily   News"   and   "Dally      Reconsld
Hospital   Debenture t���e dollar    will    b
levied on the wbol
required  bv
said  Ciiy
law.
and debentures, tin
sand one  Hundred and
($6.122.1101  Dollars.
And, Whereas, in on
said yearly sum of Six  I
Hundred   nnd   Twentj
Dollars   an   equal   i ',
rati tai
of the City of New W
And, Whereas, the "l! '!r ral
property of ��.he said City, s"'''
to  the  last  revised   assessmeni
raise-*!
0.
���������!
a
:iW
��� .::''. __      . ' to  the   last   revised   assessm^.
ne assent of the electors!thereof   is Five Millions, Three
ere. ' nn , 'finVii'''1909' <'rt>*l ��nd Ninety-One Thousand
red  and finally passed  I"  Hundred   and   Forty-1'Vv  ($5,39
ro��
riM' I
Fo"'I
.,\M'r
Hospital   Debenture   By-law  s.riic,   an  additlSb^KTl-W  vSh^Tha CoUnVcKbfrP'*0?��.-n,l���a',!
civic building
i on   the  dollar law   1909,"   the  "Street   Improvement j Coquitlam Lake" Vo the" Queen's' Par- Wn Jr^r^"'afHa,>Il-ron;     an<1   the
be  levied   and   raised   in  each By-law  1909,"    the    "Incinerator De- Reservoir, and  also fwnT the Re��er '^T Storehouse,     Eleventh
ln eiddltion to all  other  rates   benture By-law 1909,"  an<_ the "City voir to the City limits on Lulu Island       ""
_    -ion...    ^ and  for that purpose **
, - - - t0 ��xPend tha
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand ($234,00000) Dollars.
"And Wh-w-as, It appears that lf th.
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-
Four Thousand ($23400) Dollars
be appropriated from the general
revenue   of   the   City   for   the cur-
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Hall,  July   2.nd,  1909.
said coupons shall be signed by the der  the
said Mayor. 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By- .for the City Waterworks System from 'rrY T_-_  w_li     _
4.    A    spedal    rate on   the  dollar law   1909,"   the  "Street   Imnrovement looo.iltlam   ..__-  ��Y__  rv..y.V.,m i__?ii?.    mn  Hall,    Sapi,
���hall
year,
on all rateable property of the City, Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    or
Sufficient to pay the Interest on  the which none of the principal or'lnter-
deben Hires,  and  to create a sinking est is in arrears.
fund for the payment of the principal      Now therefore the Municipal Coun-
thereof wilien due, subject to any Act ell of the Corporation of the City of
Or enactment respecting the same.        New Westminster enacts as follows:
5-    Subject as aforesaid, there shall      1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor
be   raised   annually   by  special   rates of the said City to Taise by way or
as  aforesaid,  during  the  currency of loan from any person or persons, body irent year   the  rate  of    faxaMon  will
the said debentures, the sum of Two or bodies Corporate, who may be will-'be excessive  and it is v-xpedient that
Hundred    ($200.00)     Dollars   for  the Ing to advance the same on the credit isuch    excess'ive    taxation   should    bo
paym.nt of interest thereon, and the of the  debentures,    hereinafter men-
sum    of     Thirty-Five     and     46-100 tioned, a**v  sum  or sums of money,
($3fl.46)   Dollars   to   provide   for   the  not  exceeding In  the  whole the surri
true  copy ot   tno    proposed     ,,. ������
which will be taken Into considerate
Hospital Debenture By-law,
1909.
Tak.   notice   the*   .v.     -_ "pective or tne sum ui   '*���"���*,
Iei MB.  ���r  th-    n Ver ls   a ����� Nlnety-Four Thousand (M��J
ue   copy  ot   tno     nronnsn-      iiv i.,,.,   ,.-.   ���... __       ....  u�� ���_ _d
By-law 100) Dollars proposed to bo rais^,
ia*
JfyAeV*2ffigUr * �� SS 3W3_ Wer^s DebMj
^p^^^s^^%r "sir'6t Imp *
of In  the "Dally  Hews"  ��_   mtJ_-�� lr___ w  1_��.
Columbian"    newspapers,  which first n__
ni_.llna.rn-    rn.1.    ���l--      ' Y    .'.rBl i Oaol
the "Street  ���      rma
the   "Incinerator V
an<>   ''I*iliy I benture By-law 1909," ami thr- } j,
Debenture    By-law
iet- * the    2nd   whlcn u��ne of the prftdpa
publication   tork  plac.
day of July 1909, and that a"vot�� "nr I    . .    ,
the electors of thv- City wi,l Vj&��H_.    "i. "V*��� .i.
on the said   m-onoseH   hSi'JTJPfff? I .Now therefore the
1909,''
ID'"'
, i    i 00
SluniciiiHU,^ 0[ I
on the said   proposed   bylaw nn ����._    ...   iu-re.ore '��e ".-���    ��� c(wi
26th day of August, 1909, befwei the 'm   ��^he. C1OrraU��n t!T^'
hours of nine o'clock a.m  ��� !?.    _    Ne.w Westminster enacts as
renayment of  the principal
��� of- SJx   Thousand  ($6000.00)  Dollars issued for that amount
avoided, and the said  sum should be the City of New Westminster io raise
raised  on  the credit  of  the  Corpora- by loan the sum of Thirty
tion,  and that debentures should  be  ($30,000 00)   Dollars  for
clock a.m. and five n
m., at the following plac0Si namely-'
A jr.y-.awfc- enable ,���e ,WlI of |gf gjjj^"Jg^* building;
6.    The proceeds of the sale of th. and to cayse the same to be paid Into '    And, Whereas, "foV'the payment of _oltH_blS H^faU?���6 *��  thC   RO>al
Waterworks
Thousand  street.
the   purpose
Storehouse
W.
and the
Eleventh
.A, DUNCAN,
Citv Ol-rk.
City   Hall,  July  22nd,  1909.
1.   It shall be lawful for
���<;;
of the suld City to raise by ��*^j,
loan trom any person or personi. ^
or bodies corporate, who may nu
ing to advance the same on the -
of the debentures, hereinafter ���%
Honed, any sum or sums "r " 0
not exceeding In the whole ws ^
of One Hundred and Four T'�� V
,N04Y.  JULY 26,  1909.
THE   DAILY   NEWfi
PAGE  . -*. _J>-
Dollars
.
.went} Thousand (|20,
reason   lioil-irs    t-e    appi*opnat��d    from
...    ..... iv   _f  the  Cltj   tor  th
.   font tlu- rate of uv...
ftm.   . \    -.-i.e. and it  Is eX,.   .
. v. salve   taxation   .-;.. . .
:. sod the- *-'M sum should
Y     ii.    ���-������ -��� ��� '��� ''���*' ,: a< of !:-   '
",.      ,   d> ��� -i I"*'1  ***** l> ����     ���
��� mt.
'   ^;:     ,   | .    uueri,.,   ,���r   the pay,
....    exp eased interest  on   the   di benture.   ;
' .    ,lf     -Y   Unit- to bs issued under this Bj L
.".  it   Britain   aad for creating ��sinking fund forth
,'j   of  (.866 to the ment of the aaty debentures wl
and, wcj, debent- it will be necessary to raise bj
'i.j'with  the    Se.ii rates, In .nldii on to all other rat
signed by   the each year during the currency of t
ounterslgned    by    ih�� said debentures, the sum ol 0 ���   I
b�� such otner s.md One Hundred and s venty.
may  be there- and   10.100 .11177.30.   Dollars,
Anil, Whereas, in order to i al .
ii
��� ���- toe
'.. 4
St I       ��� t ��ra!*r
be returned U ....   . ...   s;Av,   v.   K<   -
d'." .   v   . ;   :  -.     '.-���.._
B poi      ^i  �������� June    tti t|
"���<���-.���'���      The �����;.  ..-;...
���-'���.: r.'.ir  vvir ;-..���.;..   cr  ,o-.s
.'.'   HI .N I
Per   .-*    H    FOBO.   AtOOl
:���-::.     v.-
I
Or
���  .   . omtng (ti
i*i    ei
Burrard '
il lour  Ut
'
	
..    Juni  ioa of i dd  vv
iver
;  wat .  applied '
Van
feet per . Thi
the
. ���
-    "'
w  t
.j  ,:   enture_ shall  bs said yearly sum of Qm rhousand One
,!.,v of .inly W59, Hundred ami Seventy-seven and
tees as tt_ Oonn- 11177.30)  Dollars aa equal sWclaii
! ,. \.-���r,;.raiion may trotn  ou  the dollar  will   be required   v
Int,    wUJl   the  ai>-  levied on the whole rateable proper!)
. rs    thereof,    ami of ibe City of New Westmlnsti r;
them coui>ons      And,   Whereas.   11_��_���   whole   rai
.-.a.!  difrvreDC.   0|   e..-
Ial of diversion aad
WO feet, (j        v..,.
i      I    <���     -..���   be   	
I .    T. i   _.v Range .'
iti     :v   .i.i..   ol      Ps ..: John Johnson, ot
ith i.    w i |     s Va oee ipai   -
IsaM tbe   iuA'-' . ,  y   (Ot   v . BUS - ���
of 1909     il) Give to pu ���-���'������.  deacrvnn
... li  sei     o|   ..
enses who or     Commend  g  sl   ..  posl   planted
.
Br to
t
r ol             pro-  Ass I  the  Compan;    whlcb
���   diversio    o   said  sui tbe   proposed   application
:.imie. sn :, ads as followi;
tunnels and pip >. a facts tor    which    tas
;:.  w   nection Con ...  la established snd io win.ti
'.'. Y them wuponii "Vvn-.^sV-ri-u-."!!^.'w-vv    v ; ** "":  I   "�� ���������������'��� Ior o!,;'"'- *e Compani   are    restricted
... ������.;:   interest     at   itie   property   of  tlie   said   Cli>.   a.w;.  _���                                                                   ��!  "?. "***"       0. water and wate,
..'������,���,UU1 peranimm on  te  the   >,,t .revisei, ^ v '���;> �����������  ^
,   . ,   ,..,  tne dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Kwur
������������    ��-^:'-f_^__r "���<-iM '    ���    ;���
11 b. signed by th-     And. Whereas, tiv, total amount of a
th.   existing    debenture de ���  ol th��
dollar said  City  Is  On-  Million.    Two H m-
���   :���  ;���.   be affecti.-. Ou Berth sho u
works   either above mad between k->     - .   . and Davies
ttlet,    li   f   Dicktns, Wand.     Dated. Juo�� 8th, IMS-    Ap
iter, B. c. pWna for the vboh   Island   contain
Ms  oraadum ol lns M scrss moss er leas
JOHN   JOHNSON
r-*r B   ll. FORD, Agent.
Dated  .'une t>th.  1901
adusi
I1U.   ,.r i-i-ntum per ���mwim ��"   ,v   un   wav   ���>	
'Lount thereof,    sfhl* Interest thenoe, Is _iv
... half yearly on
1   the  fir>t day of Hundred   and   KoityFive
,   ry jrear, sad tin 00)   Dollars
.   .
Mayor,
i.    .     . Uite   on   the
,   ie_   and   raised   in each dred anil Nineteen Thousand Oni Hun
l��� addition  to sli other rates, dred ($1419,100.00) dollar, lrrespec'Iv,
,      ateabl-   property of ihe City, of  the sum of  Three  Hundred
Ij',., ,,, to paj   tbe interest on  the Seventy-Bight     Tli<>usai;.l     (Jiv
bQutret   snd   to  create   a  sinking  OOJ   Dollars piopos. d to be raised un-
ment Of the principal  der   the   "Hospital   Debi nturi;   By-law
, subject to any Act,l'j09," the "Waterworks Debenture By-
bna.tni pecting th,. same.        law   1909,"   the  "Suvet   Improvement
Subject a   aforesaid, thei^ Shall By-law   1909,"    the    "Incinerator  Oe-
ir       am   all)   by  special  rates benture By-law   1909," auj the "CH
Uon vi. during '.he currenry of Qaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    or .'
".,,: debentures, the suin of Five winch none of the principal or inter
Vi_a_ Two    Hundred* (.5,:;50-00)  _i[ is In arrears.
lars for the  payment of  Interest      Now therefore ihe Municipal Coun-
sui, and the sum   of   Nine Hun- cii of the Corporation of the City of
and Twenty-two  ($922.00)   Dol- New Westminster enacts as follows;
lo provide for ihe repayment of      1.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor
fprincipal. 'of  the said  City  10 raise  by  way  of
Thi- proceeds of the sale of tie  loan from any person or p- rsons, ,bod
debentures shal]  be applied as or bodies corporate, who may be wll.
pws, and not otherwise:   Towards  ing to advance the same on tbe cr.dlt
Bng the cost of the    passing    of jof  the  d-bentuix-s.    hereinafter  iiu-Q
By-law nnd  the  Issue and  sale tioned, any  sum  or  sums of  money,
|he debenture, therein referred to.  not exceeding  In  the  whole the sum
This By-law -hall take effect on of Twenty Thousand  ($80,000.00)  Dol
,  ��� mis- j    on   ��� Uch   'He
*  '     Is to be usad 1-    to    generate
I   Wer,   light    tnd    heat    lor
tra< tli :i   lighting,    heating   man . io-
'urin .   and   ver.. Industrial or
othei   purposes   to   wtiuh   it  may   l>��
applied.
im if the water is to be used tor
power ot   mining    purposes  d scribe
..   . lai ���  wher,  the ��a..r Is to   ���  r��
t.irn.-ii  to book   natural  chann, 1. and
the    dl Sen nee    ;n    anitude  between
uil  i>oiut ot    return.     The water is 11 be returned
;..  the   North   Arm  o(  Burrard  Inlet
at  or mar tlie  place where the present power house of the applicant  is
situaaed      The   differenc ���   01 elevation  between point of diversion    uud
p-int of  return  is about 2-00 feei.
(j). The  area   of   Crown   land     in-
Dtstr .*: o'. Ooasi Range one
Take nodes thai Jamas Vinson. 01
by records of unrecorded  ��>��� Vancouver,  it. c . occupation   farmer,
ij   the purcha��   of water re- Intends to applj tor p��rmiaa:on U, pm-
trte tx>r     <t water privileges tar (a) Con- chase tba following described lands:
stn;- lng,  opt rating  .uid  maintaining     Oommeocing  at s poet  planted on
i-'..-        works   power houses,  gener- tbs  nortbaasi   shore  ol    Owl  island
atiiu , :;mt ami such other appl_L_c__ Dated June Itb, WW.     Applying ter
and  conveniences  as    ar,.  aeowssary tha whole Island, containing 160 acres
and proper for the generating 0. elec- mora or 'ess
No trouMe with SBnWgbl . .tap.
.lust follow the directions on the
�� r.-ippcr and Sunlight docs the
rrst   Coats Uttta   doesarach
never Injorta hands or .iothr.��.
to Mii.ii- soimw:
OF TUBERCULOSIS
trlcii) or electric power, or any other
form of developed power and for
transmitting th.. same to be u^-d by
the Company or by persons or companies contracting with the company
ther.-f.e-. as 1 motive power (Or the
opera'.ii!!:   of   motors,     machinery   or
electric lif.tit;n!; or other works Or to Intends to apply for per ml sal n to pu.
be applied  by the Companj   t,. oon- of Vancouver, B. c occupation, lady
sum.-rs   for   heating   or  as  a     motive  chas,.  the following described   lands:
power for propelling truiiiw-.s, or for      Commencing   al   B   pos;   planted
driving,     hauling,     lifting,     pumping,  lhe bay at northwest ooruer ol Maud
lighting,   crushing,     smelting,   drilling|island,   the  largest   Island   in   ths   I"
JAMES  N AI-...V
Par s   it. FORD, Agent.
Dated  .tune i.h,  1909,
District  Of  t\vis<   llange  line.
Take nodes that Ber gats Anderson,
Freneh   Doctors   Dissever   Mon.
Finding  Whether  Infection Is  Bf
Animal or Huiium  Origin.
,-r
and iiiilling or for any other operations to which It may be adapted or
to be used or supiillrj for or In con
nection with any other purposes tor
which electricity or eleoWc power
may !e applied or required. tg> Vot
rend ring    water   and   water     power
tended to be occupied by the proposed |aTa!!abie"ft>r use application and dis-
works  wi.l  not  exceed SO acres, tribution by en .ting dams   Increasing
Ik). This    notice was posted ou Uie ��� (jj    j_p.l(j
13th,  14th     I6ti   l.tb
tliau group DbtSd June litb. 1909.
Applying for the whole Island, containing   60  acres   more or  loss
BRROBTA ANi'.-tSON.
T.v  S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated Juno 6th.  1909.
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice  that    "."rank  Jacobm _.
Pans, Jul) 25 Die CahtlMte "J'.l
lQ Ouarin announced in the Fourth ko+
deny of Soianos last night tu,, uis-
-orarj >'t as sasj method tor the do.
termination ot whether tubsrouloeie
In itiduidiial oases is o| boverlns or
human origin Thsy proved that tba
baoilli in tuberculosis ol human oru
gin dui not affect oatUe by u esrisi of
experiments among which wus tba Ut
oooulation of a g<>*it with germs ti��m
tuboicuiiu- patients at tin- sanitarium
ni Sanoartc liikv. n. y.      rti,. ginn
|in��<-t.cally    was   uhaffOOtad   mid   con
tinned to give    nourishment    to its
...    _ .._   ot water In    any    existing
day  of  July, body of water, or extending the area,of  Vancouver   B.  C.   occupation,  far
1909, and application will be mad    10 t|i0reof,  diverting  the  waters  ol  anv imer   Intends  to apply for permission   >oiing. tbe health of which WU In BO
tbe .ouimisslon_r on the 2oth Uay of ,tream,  pond or  lake Into any  other to   purchase   the   following   described |w��>'  'Reeled.      Anotho,- g��mt  w����� in-
2'ith. day of Auguet 1909, and may lars and to cause ihe Same to be pai-1  August, 190.. 'channel or channels, laying or v-rect-!laudB: OOCUlnted with a culture taken tram ���
Ited as the    Street Improvement into th^ Trvas-ury of the said City for      Tne   V**t of    the   memorandum ol  lng   liny   ,ln<. or  jXxuae, pipe or wire'    Commencing  at  a  post   planted  in i lH)>'   ���ufforing   from   tubercutosls   unit
entur,.
Thh
By-law, 1909."
By.law   before
|the  purposes  mentioned  herein
the    final      2.    It shall be lawful for tbe Ma., or authorizes  the    proposed    application
aso&ciaiion  of  the    company     which  ponatnicttng  any  raceways, reservoir.
mill bay on north shore of Bend   l,ll��    luocculatkm      resulted
^lng thereof, shall receive the as- to  cause   any   number of   deb.ntur.- ��nd works,  reads as follows:
ol the electors of th^. said CUy,to   be   made,     not   exceeding   In   the CO. The    objects   for     which    the
lt_!  mann-T required   by Taw."       '���whole the  sum of  Twenty  Ttmusand company   is tsiablished and to Which Iprovenvnt and use of the eaid wa<er
lee-lved the assent of the elvctore , ($20,000.00)  (Dollars for such sums of objects    the company   are    restricted .aad  water  power  or by  altering,  re-
lO day of 1909.         imoney  as  may  be  required, not loss are   the    acquisition   of    wa'er    and jnewing.  extending,  Improving,  repair-
|econsld.-rM and  finally  parsed  in than  9100.00  each,    or an equivalent water  power by  records of unrecord- ing  or  maintaining  any such  works,
aqueduct   weir,  wheel,    building,     or Island.    Dated  June  ith.  1909.      Ap \ l^ro"1   ,hl"  u,e  flootow   w
fatally.
n'.il,.   to
other erection or work which may beiplylng  ft*  the  whole  Inland,  contain- j conclude that  the boys IntSOtion  was
not   of    human   origin     but   ivsulu-d
trom milk    taken   from    tuberculoids
oattle,
required   In  connection  wiih  the  lm-|lng SO acres more or 1��
FRANK JACOBSON.
Council the day of   expressed   ln   pounds  sterling  of  tb�� *d   water  or   by     the     purchase    of
i-nrlWrd Kingdom of Great Britain and  water   records    or    water    privilege*
1 .     j Ireland,    at  a  value  of  4.866  to the for
pound sterling;  and all  such debeat-:    (a).    Constructing,    operating    and
|Clty Cleric. Mayor,  ures  shall :be  sealed   with  the    Seal . maintaining   electric     works,     power
  of the    Corporation    signed by    the'houses,  generating   plant    and    eucb
NOTICE. Mayor    and    countersigned    by    the jotb_r appliances and conveniences as
a, 1 notice that  the   above   ls   a Pleasure,   thereof,  or   by  nuch  other ^r^  necesasry   and    proper   for    the
copy of the    proposed     Bv-law ;P*rson   or persons as  may   bo  there-: generating of electr'-city    or    olectrlo
fch will be taken imo consideration !unto lawfully authorized. I power   or    any    othe  form    of    d*
fo,. .Munici,^! Council of the City I    3*    Thu     Baid   de''��'uree  shall   be vcloped   power,   and   for   irausmiitlDg
-�� Westtnlneter On- month from W*1* on ^^ tint day of July 1959,  the same to be used by th. company
Idiue of the Mrst lu1 ilcatlon th -r.   at Bucn J)lace or i>la<"es ��s the Coun- or by persons or companies contract-
In ihe "Dally  -ews"   and   "Dolly ^ of thp sald Corporation may from  ing  with   the    company   therefor,   as
h-ihian"    newsMn-rt*    which  frs't ,lmp  to, tluui appoint,    w'.uh   tbe  ap- a motive power for the operating ot
Caution  took  i.l u    on   ,h     Hn. | pro vai  of  the  holders     tin-roof,    ana  motors,  machinery,   or   electric   llght-
nf Julv 1009  ��nd thai �� v Itl of 'shal1  havo  uf^ch^l to them couiKinsjlng or other works, or to be supplied
electors of th_ Citv will )_> iaken !for   thc  PWment of  Interest    at  ihe , by   the   company   to   consumers     for
iln  said   uronoeed   bviaw ��Yih�� rate of five per centum per annum on jheating or as a motive power for pro,
day of August.' 1909, beTwe.^ the!the   amount   thereof,     which   interest |polling   tramways,    or    for    driving.
rs of nine o'ckick a.m. and five
Coandl Chamber P_-te'b_U___: lJul>'- ln v&cb and ���ve,7 >'��ar- sod" the ing or for any other operations to
Kin- Hail Ban__r_m. _T_{���:\nM coupons shall be signed by the.which It may be adapted or to be
perton.    sad  the ^ d       suppV.ed for or la connection
rehouse, Eleventh |���� WJ,^ ra(e on the dollar;w-ith any other purposes for whloh
be levied and raised in each electricity or electric power may be
in addition  to all oilier rates, |applied or required,
shall  lie  payable ha'f  yearly  on  the hauling,    lifting,     pumping,   lighting,
first of January and the first day of  crushing,  smelting,  drilling  and  mill-
Iterwork
let,
pity Hull.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk
July   lillnd,   1909.
4
shall
rear.
h- following is a list of the stieets
amount to be expended on each
P .  Hi- provisions  of  the
fovemeni Debenture Bylaw, 1909."
a street, Hassam pave-
.��  .1.1100
lira
-en
iumhla street, Glliand-r's
put stn-et '
leg str eel   , , ,    (,t >
Pterin street
|KenzlP street .,',	
irne street
*������������ ..���������,
street ...
cond street
>lrd street  -.".'..".'.'!!..
Wth  street
pb itreet   .'	
r'-n'li street	
Rhth street
anaimo sireet
rKth street ...".".'.."
Brteenth street
��Urte-..n,h  Rtrept	
Itnllto,. Btreet   .
|l)ll 11 sire. ; 	
BWurgh stri�� -'.'.'  '.'.'.'.
ndon stri-et
|nth jtreei   ..'.' .'"   	
r'H street
Jiurg streei	
'���"' street .,'. '.'.	
[i'ii avenu
leen'
Jftii :
.UI'lll
XI.
11 rateable properly of the City, i (g). For rendering water sind
sufficient to pay the inter, st on the i water power available for UM*. appll-
debeniures. and to cr_ate a slnkng cation and distribution by erecting
fund for the pavnient of the principal .dams, increasing the head of water in
B-e-t I thereof when due, subject to any Act any existing body of water, or exec enactment respecting the same. ! tending the area thereof, diverting
5. Subject as aforesaid, ther. shsUiithe waters of any stream, pound or
be raised annually by special rates lake Into any other channel or ohan-
as  aforesaid   during the currency oflnels, laying or erecting any  line   or
e .
iveniie
nne  .,
venue .
1 avenue
Veil ll.
avenue
fchth avenue ....
P". avenue      '".'.'.'
pf'h avenue
_riian��  R,rM^'Blair "and *_��_.'
���"jan&n avenue	
generally
Total
1.6UU
600
3,000
300
400
-400
600
2,400
000
3,600
3,600
1.400
-,-00
600
1,60 V
1,300
1,200
���750
500
500
300
750
300
400
300
3,000
2,600
1,700
1,000
2,500
1,500
1,600
1,400
600
1,000
4,609
Or any part thereof.
VANCOUVER   POWER   COY.,   LTD.
(Signature)   F.   H.  W.   Hope,    A.  B.
Beck, Directors.
J. V. Armstrong. Secretary.
P. O. Addrees, Vancouver, B.C.
[Seal of the Vancouver Power Co'jr.,
Ltd.]
LAND  ACTS.
District of  Ooast   Range One.
Take notice ihat O. B. Anderson, ot
Vancouver, B. C, Occupation, jeweler,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
ands:
Commencing at a post planted in a
mall bay on north shore of Berry island,  dated  Juno tth,  1909.      Apply
ng for the  whole Island,  containing
100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON.
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
the said debentures, th_ sum of One
Thousand ($1,000 00) Dollars for the
payment of Interest thereon and the
sum of One Hu_dr_l and Seventy-
Seven and 30-100 ($177.30) Dollars to
���provide tor the repayment of the P^n-
cipal.
6. The prooeeds ot tbe sale of the
said debentures shall b�� applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying tbe cost of the passing of
this By-law and tbe issue and ��ai'<*
of the debentures therein Merred to-
7. This By-law shall take affect on
the 25th. day of Auguat 1909, iand may
be cited a�� the "Incinerator Debenture
BMaw. 1909."
8. This Bylaw before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said CUy
In   the  manner required  by  law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed  In
open Council the day of	
1909.
.$104,000
nclnerator Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
I. Ci.     7J,   OT*bl* th* ��*��ncll of
11 ��� , .?   New WeBtmlnster to raise
20 OOn od?  ._- of Twenty Thousand
2'��   DoMara   for   the   purpose
1 "Hiding an Incinerator.
YllY; U ls ��*Pedlent for the 'm-
'���mem   of  sanitary  conditions  In
iivilrl .        -y-   a  publlc    Incinerator
'lil I",' nlllt fnr tne destruction ��
Peg s^&sr*Thou-
"d Whereas, It appears tbat if the
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above Is a
true copy of tho proposed By-l*w
which will be taken Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication there
of in the "Dally News" and "Ualy
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22t_
day of July 1909, and that a vote ot
the electors of th.. City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day ot August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and live P-
m., at the following places, hame'.y;
Th�� Council Chamber, civic building;
the Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Olerk
City  Hall,  Julv   22nd   1909.
WATER NOTICE.
flume, pipe or wir�� constructing any
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, wetr,
wheel, building or other erection or
work which may be required in connection with tbe improvement and
use of the said water and water-
power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or
maintaining any such works or any
part th-reof.
VANOOUVER POWER OO., LTD.
Signatures: F. H. W. Hope, A. E.
Beck, directors; J. V- Armstrong, seo-
reUry.
P.  O. Address,  Vancouver,  B. C.
(Seal of Vancouved Power Co.. Ltd.J
WATER NOTICE.
Notice Is hereby given that an application will b_ mado under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to Obtain tt
license ln the New Westminster Division of New Westminster District,
(a) The name, address anil occupy
Hon of tb_ applicant ls the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
its head offlce at .he City of Vancouver British Columbia, and having a
capital of $-,500,000 divided into 2,-
500,000 shares af $1.00 each, all fully
paid up- (b) The name of the lake,
stream or source, Mlsltloet River,
North Arm, Burrard Inlet, (Indian
River), (c) The point of diversion
Is situated about 12 miles from the
taouth of the river, (d) The quantity
of water applied for in cubic feet per
second, 800. (e) Tbe character of
the proposed works, a water power
plant for the generation ot electricity
for merohanlcal, industrial and commercial purposes and particularly In
the operation of motors, machlney,
electic lighting, the operation ot
tramways and other works for wb-Ob
such light, heat and power are suitable and available. (<) Tbe premises on which the water is to hn
used is situated at or near high tide
mark at th�� month of tbe river, (ff)
The purposes for whlcb tbe water la
to be used Is to generate electric power, light and beat for traction, lighting beating, manufacturing and all
Notice Is hereby given that an ap and every Industrial or other purposes
plication will be made under Part V. to which it may ba appMod. (I) JJ
of the "Water Act, 1909." to obtain the water rs to be jmed for power <��
a license   in tbe   New. Westminster | m_teg  purpose* deeerJbe toe  place
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, of
Vancouver,, B. C��� oceupatlon, lady,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
tbe north shore of KlaoUsls island, 11
small Island south of Turner island.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying ror
Uie whole Island, 40 acres more or
���ss.
DORA  ANDERSON.
Per S. H.  FORD, Agent
Dated June Cth, 1909.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, or
Vanoouver, B. O, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
bay at northwest Corner of Davies
Island. Dated June (th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, contain
Ing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Per 8. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6tb. 1909.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vanoouver, B. C-, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore ln a small bay on
Compton Island. Dated June 4th,
1909. Applying for the whole Island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per 8. H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
District of Ooast Rang* One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C. occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for pCmls-
sloo to purchase tbe following described lands:
Commencing at a poet planted on
tbe southwest shore at Mound island.
Dated, June ��h, 1901. Applying for
the wboie Island, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB JACOBSON,
Per S. H. FORD, Agent
Dsted June 4th. 1909.
District of ooast Range One.
Take notice tbat Albert Hunt, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following descrlbe-
lands!
Commencing at a post planted in
Par 8.  H.  KORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th.  1909.
District of  Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer. Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described hinds:
Commencing nt a post planted on
the north shore of Crib Island. Dated
June 6lh, 1909. Applying f<>r the
whole Island, containing 90 acres
more  or  less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Gth.  1909.
CITY OF NEW WESTMINSTER
TENDERS  FOR  STEEL  PIPE.
Tenders will ho received by the ��"���
dersigned, UP to Monday, Auguel Bi
at 8:00 p.m., for supplying alioui 71,-
(100 feet of steel pipe, with na Inside
diameter of -���* inches, and about
16,000 feet of stuel pipe with an Inside diameter of 12 Inches.
Specifications may bo seen at ths
City Clerk's offlce, City Hall. Or SI
tbo office of Messrs. Hermon & BU.
well, Vancouver, B. C-
A deposit of an amount equal to
Ave per cent, of the contract price
mum be made with each tender, by
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tendvr not neces
sarily accepted.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City  Clerk.
City Hall. New Westminster, B. O,
July 10. 1909.
The time for receiving t.ndors as
above has been extended until August 16, at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
CUy Olerk.
WARSHIPS  BOMBARDED
TUQ BY MISTAKE
Paris,  July  25.���An   extraordinary
accident occurred   at   Toulon, when
the gunnels at tiv Cup* Brim Hut-Vies shelled an inoffensive- tug Instead
Of a ttirgot which was ibelng tOWsd
during tiring practice.
Tho tug had rowed the inrgvl-"-
1000 yards trom shore when tbs shot's
butteries opened a brisk lire The
tlr*i shell passed a f��w f��M-.t above
the heads of the two 111011 ou the
bridge of the  fug
llt-forr   Ihey    recovered    from  their
surprise a seoond shsU struck tba
funnel, and a third smashed the wlroel-
h-outH*. |NiHslng 11 few Inches from one
of the umpires who was about to t+
port 00 l'he shooting, The man �����
the whvH-l was so frightened thnt ho
faint wl.
Danger signals ware   Immediately
hol.ted by the tug, and the bombard*
menu oesssd.
The Question
Where 10 buy furniture cheap as wen
as good
Is Answered
CHANGES  EXPECTED
IN  JAPANESE  CABINET
Toklo, July   25. Tho   minister ol
foreign affairs, Huron KoiliUMl. tn >'��-
peoted to K-Ign before the n*w session of the Diet, owing to 111 health.
Ills recovery is doubtful.
Baron    lm-hlnda,   formerly   general
si .-rotary  of  the   departmenl   of   ro.
elgn affairs, Is imnllonert as liis successor.
The eXOtSSive heat has cantori manv
causalties In the military mannpiivren.
Eighty men of the Eighth Infantry ut
Osaka were simstruck, and two illed.
One hundrsd and fifty of the -lltewjili
Infantry wer�� also struck, and ftnir
died.
How  Long)
Ni-wrastle-on-Tyne. July 'iU. ��� Inquiries recelvd Iiv 'lie Armstrong
shipbuilding firm Indicate that the
government w'll give out almost lin-
med'ate-lv ordOM lor Tour additional
toper-Dreadnoughts, which 11 is na
peeled wlll be armed with _M inch
guns.
by directing you to the store where
you can see the largest stock of new
and second-band goods of all kinds In
the city.
I have a splendid Oream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Come and see how much more you
can get for *rour money here than
elsewhere.
Repairing of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light aiitnmsMc machln
��ry and bicycles a speclslty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.     "Man on the Wheel. '
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NtW  VtfESTMINSTtR,  B.  C.
Telephone 13. OfDoe, Eighth Si
AT THE HOTELS.
Ruseetl   Hotel.
VV.   N.   Portal.   Everett,   Wasn.
F   N.  Lawson, Calgary.
C. U   Davies, Calgary.
J.  L Jackson. Winnipeg,
('has.   M.   Stevenson.  Seattle
M. A   Davidson,  Vancouver.
J.   C.   Branroiiibe.   Rnderhy.
D. F. ami  Mrs. Johnson, Vancouver.
M. B. and Mrs. HlmpRon. Vancouver.
Jj.meis and  Mrs.  Daviilson,   Vancouver.
A. B. Crosier, Montreal.
O. C. CMSfcr, Montreal.
C. E. Thomson, Vancouver,
Miss .Tamiesan, Vancouver.
C. 9. B. [A��rson, Tacoma.
A. D. Devery, Tacoma.
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Windsor Hotel.
C. Talt, VAncotiver.
S.   F.  Huffer,  Belllngham.
L. Outhb-rtson, Haselntrt..
W. C. Bowman, Upper Sunuis.
T. Sheppard, Coquitlam.
I. J, McCallum. Clayton,
..   Routl.y, Vanvoilver.
Mr. snd Mrs. Johnson, Seattle
W. H. AylWe, Langley.
Osear Uimts, Seattle.
Richard m%^Norly, B0|        Mass-
Callb BchSSu-n,*fsi
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THE  DAILY NEWS*
MONDAY.
JULV 26, 1909.
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Something
Special
Our ad. simply
means this, that
we have just received a carload of
Purity
Flour
and to introduce it
to you we are offering it at, per
sack,
$1.90
The name explains
exactly what the
Flour is in every
respect. Give it a
try, and get it at
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop
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TO THOSE INTERESTED IN
THE ART OF WOOD FINISHING WE WILL GIVE SAMPLES OF JOHNSON'S WOOD
DYE AND ELECTRIC SOLVO.
ALSO  A
PROPER      TREATMENT
WOOD. CALL AT OUR STORE
AND PROCURE THESE NOW.
VANCOUVER AHEAD
IN GOALS SCORED
COLUMBIA STREET.
:
Terminals Have 43 to Their
Credit as Opposed to 37
For Salmon Bellies.
Vancouver is now five ahead ot tli.
Salmon Bellies iu the scoring ln thi
Ileague matches of the present y.u.
I L'p  to  Saturday the two  teams  Wei
equal, each, having 37 goiilo to Cheli
jc.-dit.      Last Saturday'-  defeat, hou
ever, put Vancouver iu tht lead���lo:
' the tiuie being at any rate.
The scores iu the matches are 81
' follows:
Westminster ... s     Vancouver ...
: Westminster ....     Vancouver ... *
Westminster ...8    Vancouver ��������� i
\\ estminster ���.. 8     Vanoouver ...  i
Westminster ��������� 4 Vancouver ...1
I Westminster ... i     Vancouver ��� ��� ��� '
eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
COLDS
DAY
Munyon's Colli Remedy Itelleves the
head, tbront and lungs almost Immediately. Checks Fevers, stops Discharges of
the nose, takes away all aches ami pains
caused by colds. It cures Grip and obstinate Coughs aud prevents l'ueumouia.
Price 25c.
Have you stiff or swollen Joints, no matter how chroDic? Ask your druggist for
Munyon's Rheumatism R.-medy aud see
bow quickly yon will be cured.'
lf you have any kidney or bladder trouble get Munyon's Kidney Remedy.
Munyon's Vltallzer makes weak men
strong and restores lost  powers.
Lalonde   (V.)    . . .
C. Spring  (N.W.)   ..   . ..
_���   Spring   (N.W.).    ...ti
Allen   (V.)     ti
L.   Turnbull   (N.W.)...6
W, Tuim.uli  (N.W.)   . .ti
Hennessey   (V.)    ti
l>alhiim   (V.)    4
G.   Matheson   (V.)   .,..5
O'Brien (V.) ti
Godfrey   (V) .
A.   Turn-nil   (W.)     3
|T. Rennie (W.)   6
Bryson   (W.) -
Murray  (V.)    3
Garvey 2
Clarkson  (V.)    ti
Played.
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-'utal_ 38 43
Lalonde, the fast Vancou v�� homi
man is far and away lhe bigy..
;.scorer in the league, having sixteen
'goals to his credit. Next to him
i comes C. Spring with teu, and then
!his brother "Gruuipy," with nine, ih
(goal makers of ill. league and tbelr
tallies  are  as follows:
Matches Goals
Scored.
Iti
10
9
8
ti
4
4
4
4
3
2
2
2
1
4
1
1
BIG C.P.R. ENGINE
IS WHIfE ELEPHANI
USE
MUIR. MOSQUITO OIL
TO  KEEP THE  MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
&C0.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGI3T8.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
O+O+O+O+O+O+OO+O+o+O+Q+O+O+O+O+O+O+O+OO+O+O+O+O+O+O
LADIES:
We have a large and up-to-date assortment of girls' and misses' dresses in sizes up to 16 years.      Prices from 75c up.
Ladies blouses ranging up to $3.65 to clear at, each   95c
THE WHITE HOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
o^oeoeoeoeo^ooeoeoeoeoe >*o*oeoeoeoeoeooeoeoeo*C40*o
Proves So Heavy That It
Cannot Move Itself, Much
Less a Train.
Montreal, July 25.���Officials of the
Canadian Pacific Railway are worried
over the disposal of a gold ibnck, ln
the shape of a monster locomotive,
which was built ln the Angus shops,
at a cost of approximately $25,000.
Th_ locomotive was completed a
week or ten days ago, and taken out
for a trial run ibetween Hochelaga
and Mile End, but to the consternation of the many officials who had
gathered u> see this mosi wonderful
of all locomotives, it refined to haul
and after many fruitless attempts it
was taken back to the Angus shops
and the officials returned to their respective duties.
Mr. Vaughan. under whose supervision the locomotive was designed,
said this morning that he had no
statement whatever to make regarding the locomotive, but said through
j his secretary that the only trouble
I with the engine was that it was too
I heavy and that it was taken to the
| shops in order that the weight might
1 be reduced.
Most Powerful In World.
I The locomotive was intended to he
, | tho most powerful locomotive built
lin Canada, in fact, ln the world. It
was intemled for use on the mountain
section of the road and was to do
.away with the necessity of a pusher.
I	
C. "N. R. Traffic Earnings.
Montreal, July 25.���the traffic earnings of the C. P. R. for the week ending July 14, were $1,621,0(10, an increase of $214,000 over the same w6ek
lust year. The Grand Trunk earnings for the same week were $789,746;
an increase cl $40,743 over lasr year.
Discoveries of copper, gold and Bit-
.ver are Bald lo have been made on
the Fiji Islands,
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL    I
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young, Prop.
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS.
ESTABLISHED..
1891
NOTICE TO HOUSEHOLD VOTERS.
Applications from persons desiring
to fbe placed on the Household Voters'
List will be received at the city clerk's
office up to the first day of November,
1909. W. A- DUNCAN,
City Hall, July 2, 1909.       City Clerik.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HIT8 OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wea-
nesdny and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. m.
+++++*h***++*++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++^n+++++4++
FOR SALE.
ji Blacksmith   Shop j
AND
ji OUTFIT COMPLETE
This is a great opportunity for anyone
desirous of securing a good business.
For full particulars apply to
| F. J. HART & CO., Ltd.
t+++
STORE CLOSES 5 P-M- DAILY EXC EPT SATURDAY.
SOME SPLENDID
Bargains
For This Wee
*
Many money-saving opportunities await this week's
shoppers. This is the time of the year when we are
busy hunting out the overstocks of the various departments and clearing them out, as well as every
odd line.   Watch our advertisements.   It is worth
your while to do so.
LADIES' NECKWEAR OF EVERY
DESCRIPTION CLEARING TODAY
PER PIECE 50c
Ties, collars of silk, linen or fancy-
lace, Wash Taib Collars, etc., go In the
bargain table today at prices w-liich
will effect a speedy clearance of every
odd broken line of neckwear 'n the
shop. Be on hand early to secure the
most worthy choice. There are
hundreds of dainty and serviceable
neckwear pieces to be had. Regular
65c to $1.50.     On sale today  ....50c
SPECIAL CLEARANCE
OF LADIES' BELTS,
50c EACH
Regular 75c to $1.50 Values.
Two hundred silk, fancy and plain
leather, tinsel and fancy white wash
belts in a hundred attractive styles
go on sale this morning at less than
half price; in most instances all the
odd lines In our stock must lye cleared
out at once. All colors and a big
range, of sizes to Select from. See
the special table display today,
each 56c
THREE EXCEPTIONAL
GLOVE OPPORTUNITIES
An Immense stock In some summer
lines of glove* compels us to make
decided sacrifices at this time. Here
they are:
SILK GLOVES,
AT 50c  PAIR.
Rsgular 75c and 85c Per Pair.
Cream, white and black Silk gloves
in  16, IS and 20-inch lengths in sizes
5   1-2  to    7   1-2  Inches,    with unitton
wrist or in plain stylo.
LONG    LISLE   GLOVES,
60c   PER   PAIR.
Regular 75c and 85c
Black, tan, grey and whit, lisle
gloves In 16, 18, and 20 Inch lengths.
All sizes. On sale today per pair
only 60c
SHORT LISLE GLOVES,
25c PER PAIR,
Regular 35c Values.
Fifty dozen ladles' short lisle i-v re
In dull or mercerized finish in shades
of  tan.   grey,   brown     and   mode  and
black  and    white    to    clear at, p-r
pair 25c
All sizes from 6 to 8  inches.
WHITE  VICTORIA  LAWN
9e PER YARD
Splendid quality Victoria lawn, ill
inches In width; flue and even m
w.-ave. An excellent fabric tor
Aprons, children's dresses, etc.; IM
yards only on Bale at this low price.
Regular values 12 l-2c Now, per
yard       9c
SOILED  TICKING,
20c PER YARD
Regular 25c.
Pine, even weave sateen ticking In
mixed stri[>es of blue, fawn and cardinal This ticking was Slightly
damaged hence the special red net ton
for this week. Ticking such as "us
is most suitable for awnings Or inside coverings for many articles In
household use; 31 Inches wide. Regular value, 25c. On sale tlii_ week,
Per yard    ...20c
FANCY  PARAS0L8
AT  HALF PRICE
Only a few parasols left on whlc_
this special offer holds good. Some
_fle of plain silk with lace edge trim
mlng; others are of fancy design ��''"'
full trills. Regular prices $<".-'.��' '"
$10.50. On sale St exactly ONE HA1_
SPLENDID  NEW  RANGE
OF  BARRETTES.
Just. In. Novelty and plain HaJr
Barrettes In new styles arc now on
display in the fancy goods section
Many attractive ideas In these poi"1
lar hair fasteners ar. to be had and
at prices much less than usual.
I
W. S. COLLISTER ��� CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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