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 FIRE
INSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B. C.
LIFE %
ASSURANCE
WHITE, SHILES & CO ��
260 Columbia St.   Phone 85. *
CANNERS EXPECT
EXTENSION Of SEASON
Practically Certain Closed
Season Will Be Postponed
if Demand is Made.
BURNAB. RESIUtNTS
BAVE NARROW ESCAPE
WESTMINSTER,  13.  C, THURSOAV MORNING  AUGUST 12   190!
909.
FIVE CENTS PE_t COP  "i.
Mi
and    Mrs.   C.    Guard   Barely   Get
Away With Their L'ves When
House  is  Burned.
ARISTOCRATIC HORSES
PAY VISIT TO CITY
Mr. and Mrs. C. Guard, of Burnab;
narrowly   escaped     with     their   lives
wlnn   their    residence    at   Edmon
Splendid iShipment of Animals From Scotland Now
at Queen's Park Stables.
COAl ON LINE Of
TRANSCONTINENTAL
The Fraser River Canners' Associa-   ��"��-.-   u._.     ,_.-_.-_     .n   ,.-������  ���, Thirty  horwa     all    of    thempos-
' *   now    taking    active  Bteps  to  opposite  the  Burnaby   municipal v    .       ,   ,;i>   '^     ^^  ^   ^.
.  .   tiit, fishing season tins year ex- j was destroyed by fir* .-arly yesterdaj are a      .   presenl time liouSp-,i in the
���ended beyond August 2a, the regular mornIng_ ii. A  & ,   Society's Btables at Out-en's
_ate of closing, The fl     started at about  3 o'clocl :   'k       lhe animals  arrived  ln   tins
Confer With Minister. | ^^   ^   ^   ^   ^^   _       ^ city  j :,i;,   and   art-   the  pioperty
G. T. P. Will Tap Rich Deposits Between Edmonton
and Pembina.
SUCCESSFUL BABVEST       j
WILL BE SHOWN AT FAIR
.  '
BLACKIE SPIT IS
MAGNET fOR PICNIC
Mayor   Keary   Makes   Extensive   Tour
of West in  Interests of Provincial
Exhibition.
Excursionists Spend Merry
Day By Seashore-Bathing and Sports.
tbout   3 '
when  Mr.  and Mrs. Guard  were  ;">"i
asleep,   and   when   finally   discovered
Seme time   age it was   Intimated
y ij the run did not pick up con-
i Vi lv the canners would enteavor i bad   made  such   headway  thai   it   was
to have the close  season  postponed,  al) thai t-j. minutes of the house could
^ now it is announced that the poor d<J t0 get downstairs and awaj  trom
0H. of    the  last    few  days  have | ^  WmJ       bulldlng,
i(jllCed them to take the matter up     g_        d lh   caaflagratlo- tha1
m the Dominion government,     vv. Mr   an-   M,.u   0u.|nl ab)(   ���
���"���'���''���".- " ,:' ''YI save absolutely nothing, and having
escaped themselves were forced to
witness helplessly the destruction 'pl
their house and all its content-.
The bouse was a frame structure,
two stories in height, The lose is
partly covered  by  insurance,
":   M 0 X a]   _  Co..  of   Vancou
���'������ va. il,.     wer,   exported di-
rei t  i   ,.,. Scotland,
Delayed En Route.
intention of
li bad    n me
O'Neal   -   exhibit  tbe annua,_
and
]). Hurdle
���. River Canners'  Association
^ ,.. Venning,    deputy    minister ol
jjieries, who  Is  now  on   the  coast,
ia. a conference  in  Vancouver  yesterday and in the afternoon -Mr. V
en-
paid a  visit   to  this  City   in   tbe
course "1   wllk'u   lle   C0Ilfl-'m'd     With
(local canners on the necessity of an
I -it-Yon.
A_ a  result   of   his   -enquiries,   Mr.
(Venning    Btated    yesterday   evening
���sal he  wul|l   Slve   the   matter   Ins
JioDsidei-ation.      He    leaves    for  the
last within the next few days, but in-
l/ormed Mr Burdls that  in  the event
lof their desiring    a    close season  it
would only be necessary for the canners to wire him, and  not  to  write
1 giving the flicts 'u cxtenso, Inasmuch
he hlmsell  bad  familiarized hlm-
[i.,l! wit bthe subject.
To Close on September 3.
The canners regard 'bis statement
(ConUnued on Page Two).
Mr.
u  the
Vancouver horse show,  hut owing to
oi  ;...   days upon the  royage
aused ofl  Newfoundland, the
tiorse arrived too late to be got into
-nape ioj- the event. Immediately
"it their arrival In Vancouver. Mr.
O'Neaj had iliein sent over to New
Westminster, believing that the ac-
lation  wuich n_  naa  secured
The Are is thought    to have been   for   them   here   at  Queen's   park   is
caused   by   mice   nibbling   a   box   of   better than any that be could get in
matches iu the pantry.
Miss  Santa  Claus  Kills  Herself.
Philadelphia, Aug. 11.���Miss Elizabeth Phillips, widely known as "Miss
Santa Clans," committed suicide todaj
by inh<-jing illuminating gas. -he
was found In a room in her home with
a gas tube in her mouth. No motive
is known for >_er self-de.structii*i.
Balloon   Breaks   Height   Record
Milan, Aug. 11.���Tlu- balloon Albatross, piloted by Lieutenant Mina. ascended to a height of 11,800 meters,
or mor- than seven miles, which is be-
Vancouver,
The shipment cons.sts of eighteen
hackneys and twelve Clydes. Among
Uie hackneys are a number of ponies,
suitable for saddle work, the like ol
which have seldom been seen in 'bis
province. The Clydes are ail splendid   animals,     and     among   Ulein   are
three remarkably handsome stallions-
'i In   animals were selected in s>cot-
i land by Peter Crawford of Dargav.l,
Dumfries. The hackneys Mr. Craw-
1 ford Lought from the farm of A. Mor-
' ton, the well known breeder at Gow
unbank, while the Clydes were picked
up from various studs throughout
, Scotland,
Calls on President Taft
lieved  to be the worlds record
_ Have   Long   Records.
|     The  three  stallions  ai'e     the  noted
! prize horse Crusoe (1342S)  and Marcellus Junior (14758), both got by the
rm*       wj mr rm*        . mm Cawdor    Cup    champion      Marcellus
lo Use Veto on larirr :,1,1V0);,one ��,���,the ftru"sl kind o��
Clydesdales exhibited for some years.
  ! The dam  of  Crusoe  was  not   by   the
\p\v York. Aug. 11���A despatch to   pledge by Vh,- Republican party to the'l'v   Top   Galant     horse   Boy   in   Blue
the American from Philadelphia
says: Definite charges that the wool
trust paid tu prevent changes in the
-'.��.; tarifl actaeduli s, that contribu-
I tions were madi _y the trust to the
campaign funds ol Congressional Incumbent! nr candidates In doubtful
districts, and that Speaker Cannon
proMse_ the irus; immunity from
flv.r... tarifl changes are made by
.1. Himiill of Philadelphia .director
[t.f the Carded Woolen Manufacturers'
American public for honest and
tariff   revision.
Accuses Speaker Cannon.
Mr. Hamill's letter to President
Taft declares that upon a trip to
Boston last summer In company wi;b
Representative MoKnley of Illinois,
S|_aktr Cannon met representatives
of the wool trust and gave assurances
tctui]   15578), and the dam of Marcellus Jr.
was by the big well-bred horse Eord j
Stewart (10084), out of a Macgregor
I mare. This mare was a prize winner
in the Northeastern shows. The I
third stallion, Kossendale (14331), is
by the successful breeding horSe Sir
Hugo (1PH24), while his dam was by |
the noted H. and A. S. prize horse
Pride of iilacon (10,837), own brother
Edmonton, Aug. n.���The g.t.p.
tracklaying machine, which a week
ago was lu this city, has now reached
Sun..-, Plain, the si cond 'own weBt
of Edmonton, and l.s pushing the steel
aii- id as rapidly as possible toward
P" ; 'i"a. thi reaching ol which will
terminate the steel laying for this
year. The company |8 very anxious
to n ach this point, as here Nes the
enormous coal fields of the Pacific
Pass foai company, which is supposed
to belong to the G.T.P Announcement lias been made thai the company
Intended to secure Us coal from these
niin.s for Hi,- driving of their trains
on the western as wel) a.s tli,. Edmonton  division.
Plenty 0f Good Coal.
Prospectors have been in the field
for sevral months, and reports which
have emanated from the wilderness
state that tb,- coal which they have
discovered, and which is found outcropping on the 5,000 acres controlled
by the company, is of the wry best
bituminous and very much superior
to the Ugnite coal of the Edniontou
district   for  engine   purposes.
Th,. Pacific Pass Coal company has
its machinery under order, and the
first O.T.P. train to pass over the line
to the west of Edmonton will carry
the machinery which is to be used in
the development of the largeBt coal
mining camp in Alberta.
Will Work Largj Area.
The estimated expenditure on the
works during the next year has been
placed at $500,000 and as rapidly as
.possible new machinery will be lu'
stalled until the entire acreage under
th control of the company is being
worked. By the first of December H)is
year the company expects to be delivering 1.000 tons per day, and after
that date much larger shipments, as
fast as the requisite machinery can
be installed.
Mayor Keary has returned from bis I
eastern visit,      He attended  the an- 	
ntial meeting o�� ,������ Canadian Union Th. onl ,h,
of Municipalities at Medicine Hat, and Ltiz9aB, ])icnic Sanvt)i ! ��
th.-n went on to the exhibitions at
Regina and Moosejaw. At Edmonton and Strathcona he made arrangements for tin- usual exhibit, ;i.i I on
his return to liritish Columbia after
a busy campaign In the Interests ol
the Royai Agricultural and Industrial
Society, he went on to Vernon, and
addressed meetings in the Okatiugau
valle. Fruit, and district exhibits
trom those towns which usually as-
Bisl the exhibition will be on special
lines this year, and particularly attractive.
a complete success yesterday  was the comparatively   small   patronage   accorded
by  the   Westminster  citizens   to   the
great   annual  outing.    In   fact,  there
were more country people and citizens
having tents   at    the   chosen   r-sort,
J.lackiy Spit, in the holiday crowd than
-those  win>  travelled in   tlie   Bpecial
train which left the market slip tor
Crescent at 9 o'clock in the morning,
Otherwise there was nothing to mar
the   happy   day,   and    the    committee
His worship finds also ther,. wil] beIwer_. well satisfied with the pleasure
particularly  keen   competition   for  po.|afforded tbe parents, and particularly
tato classes at the coming exhibition.!'he   children,   by   ihe   arrangements
made, which have caused many weary
hours in bringing to a successful conclusion.
SETH  LOW SLATED FOR
COURT OF ST. JAMES
A   Delightful   Spot.
The  beach and surrounding
are ad-
a  basket   picnic.
Chicago, Aug.    ll.���A   Washington Imirably "situated" for
special to The Tribune says: with   a   broad   bay  gently   dipping   to
The  name    of    Seth    Low   former the Gulf of Georgia and  a setu.g of
mayor of New Vork, and once'head ol i tr,ee. ,a IP9 buckSruun<l wltn J broad
,,,,.,..       ., .  , .  playing held close at hand and mead-
Columbia  University,    is    being sen- ow ]and wlth,_ easy reuf.u     -^ Ude
ously ccusidered by President Taft in proved suitable for bathing, and hun-
the selection of Whitelaw Reid as am-dreds took advantage of th'. opportn-
bassador to Great Britain. I nity for a dip in the salt water, which
Since the declination of the post by was quite warm, A claui-diggmg con-
Emeritus Eliot of Harvard, Mr. Taft, test was another feature of the peach,
it is known, bas been looking around while the visitors were able to see tha
carefully in  his search  for a repre-  business  developed   uy  the    -.eocent
sentative American, Intellectually
titled to hold the post at the court of
St James i.i id rich enough to stand
the expense and yet not too wealthy,
The President, it is di-clai_d, is convinced that Mr. i/iw is the possessor
or all the desired attributes and ll is
probable that he will be offered thej
post. I
i association,
'Taft.
in a letter  to   President
that   the  woollen  schedule  would  not   to the celebrated champion mare Che-
be  changed.
It is further charged  that the wool
Demands Use of Veto.
Th_ charge of corruption "f ma'
vidua! prospectivi members of Con-
���- contained In a letter forward-
ed i0 the President, in which the
Philadelphia demands a veto of the
''":i' b|H on several grounds  among
'    -ing:
Thai there haa been  no actual  re
",;   "; the woollen schedules,
mat various forms at    protection
we furnished the trust.
, ,ll3: the woollen schedule alon* as
11 nw stands, constitutes  a  broken
trust subsequently made a large contribution to the Republican Congressional Campaign committee through
Mckinley,  the  treasurer.
Washington, Aug. 11.���Speaker Cannon declines absolutely to make any
reply io the charges contained In
the llainill letter. But Representative
McKinley of Illinois, who was said
to have been with the Speaker when
the representations of the wool trust
were in��-t and the corrupt bargain
made not to change llle woollen
schedules,  emphatically    denied    the
S t o r v.
shire Princess.
Nearly all lhe horses m thp- ship-
ini-iil carry a more or less long list
of medals and ribbons won al various
shows throughout the United Kingdom-
��� S. OOVERNMENI FINDS
H1K FDD 3000 !M
Depaitm
ent  of Commerc;   and   Labor
Sends Unskilled   Workm
Wheat   Fields.
ien  to
Lad   Perishes   in  Quicksands.
Peoria,   111.,   Aug.   11.���Adam   Ross,
p-iglil years old, son of Nicholas Ross,
of this city, while on a fishing expo
dltion   wiiii   oilier   members  of    ins
.family   yesterday    waded     into   l-'arin
creek near  its  mouth,  and  the  Illinois river, and was swallowed up by
quicksands,     The boy's body was recovered  only   after  strenuous  and  incessant  labor.
ALBEHTA I DDE CLIP
To Abolish Seasickness.
Berlin Aug. 11.���Elmer A. Sperry,
an American inventor from New York,
Is in Berlin carrying on negotiations
to sell the rights of an invention
which will revolutionize the Steamship
i__Bc of the world, men-or-war as well
as   passenger  vessels.
The invention is an apparatus to
keep shins from rolling Mr. Sperry
says it *-ill render them absolutely-
proof against the heavy motion of
the waves, Two navies are already
investigating the system with a view-
to its  adoption.
MOOEKN DXGANiZATiilN
IS HAM. LIGHT! IN I. C. H. MACHINE SHOPS
Oyster company across tbe  bay.
Tents for retiring and tor oathers
had been erected and a platform for
the baud, RushtOn's being engaged.
There are &5 tents ou the ground, exclusive of those brought down by the
picnic   party,   representing    an    adult.
(Continued on Page five),
Plan to Bring Egypt
Uuder Rule of Turkey
Constantinople. Aug. 11,���The chief
of the Egyptian Nationalist party,
Fell mi Bey, has had numerous in-
terpiews with members of the Voung
Turk Committee, as well as with certain influential deputies, with a view
to organizing a congress to discuss
the introduction of a constitutional
regime In Egypt, and to call upon the
Kin-dive in the roie of a Mussulman
Prince and vassal of the constitutional Sultan to conform to the " w regime in the Ottoman Empire.
M. P.'s Will Circuit.
with the two chiefs of the Irish party
who will do their best to enliven tbe
situation in  Egypt,    are    mentioned.
There   will also  be five  members    ot
the French Chamber.
Might Arouse India.
A member of the Egyptian depnu.-
tion who attended the ann.versary of
the proclamation of the Turkish constitution, stated that Sir Johr Eldoit
Gorst, the present British Diplomatic
Ageut in Cairo, is personally not opposed to the aims of tlie Nationalists, But his opinion is far from being   shared   by   the     Foreign     Offlce.
According   to   certain   reports     the]which  fears   the  effect  sucu  a  result
Climatic    Conditions    Last    Fall    and   New  Buildings in  Place of Those De-
Winter Are Responsible���Good stroyed by Fire Are Now Open-
Prices    Secured. Promotion by Ability.
Winni).
;aiv-,���p i
liguler   c
u��e  lo.ai
. i he '"pal
���g, Aug. L���The shearing of Ottawa,  Aug. 11.���The departmenl
uuge  sheep shows   a   rather of Railways and Canals has  received
ip   tli.,,i   last   year,   both   In notice that the new shops of the Inter
.md  in the yip',,1 per sheep, colonial  at  Moncton  to replace those
>vu u-a in tue ue.guboraooa destroped  ".���  tire some two .wars ago
Egyptian Nationalists have been assured of ilie BUpport of a number of
menu,ers of th..- French and British
Parliaments, who have formally promised to take part in the congress,
which w-ill be held at Geneva a the
end of August. The names of six
members   of   the   British   Parliament
might have In India.
At the same time it is hoped that,
in view of the excellent Anglo-Turkish relations a compromise may b_
arrived at, giving satisfaotion not
only to tue Egyptian nation, but also
to Turkey, which desires a single political  ruglnig  for the  whole empire.
ENGLISH   RECHABITES   WILL
WORK WITH CANADIANS
ol
t'i.
'-'""���   Aug      11.    Work     has
weeks through  th,- infor-
������������ ot the department of
'���'���   and  labor.    Mosi of them
' ��� th    wheat Holds
n on
Vss
1'   '       ron:
i labor
General Charles Louis Trenieiiu lias
been appointed cominaiadcr-inchief of
the French army In succession to General He LeCrolx.
Information  under
un   Secretary   Mc
lis operations to
By a vote Of 587 to 77
elded In favor of Sunday
municipal car line.
Calgary de-
cars on its
s
il  in
the   labor organize
'-'' "'������ si -d against  the ac
tivity on the i
looking  to  iiv
labor.
art of the governmenl
employment of skilled
"astor Denounces Parishoners
Who Starved Him and Family
ui 400,000 pounus. Tl
as heavy as iiisl year
character of the winter,
rather dry and sheep did not meet
the hard weather of the new year in
verj good In art. The spring was lute
and the grass slow and naturally ..v
wool suffered, i he whole of the clip
has not been sold, The best yet bid
is 13 1-2 cents tor the lot of wool,
about 25 per cent, of the Alberta clip,
at tb,. three shearing pens. Thei.
in a possibility thai the wool may go
to liostpiii buyers even iu the face of
eleven cents per pound duly. Thirteen
ct-iiis has beet bid for three hundred
thousand pounds ol the clip by a
Greai Falls house, but the growers
fee] thai there should be stronger
talk coming from Canadian buyers,
The price this year is two cents high
er 'ban last year, but the advance is
relatively much behind the prices In
both English and United States mar-
i kets this year.
Up i���������   is   ii"1  have   been   completed   and   that
owing   to   the Ibulii of the eniploj  es hav< b e . trans-
The fall wa3   ferred   from  the 0\t\   to  tu.-  plan;,     ll
will, however, be some months 	
tltf new shops will be worked to their
full  capacity.
An important departure decided tip
on by the new board of managenieni
���,, . governmei \ railways Is ' ii ap
pointni. ni of an expert organizi r to
distribute the work of the einploj e<
so thai the dlffereni machines In the
various  departments may be so man
ned
era
and
as io eXpedlate the work.    A mopl
London, Aug. lo.���At the biennial
conference of the Independent Order
of Rechabltes, complaint was made ("
tne failure to maintain touch with members in Canada, and support their ef-
ions. The president said the difficulty was that when members went
to Canada tbey rarely heard any more
of them. Tii-- directors were prepared toadvance the monej necessary
to launch forward a tnovi ment In
p ianada, bul the unsettled slate of the
law regarding friendly societies was
n serious obstacle, There was grea
opportunitj in Canada, a,-.d h,- believed that If they .-tuck to tin ii guns,
they would place the ordi r ahead ol
any  similar  organization   In   the   Oo
URGES CO-OPERATION OF
PUBLISHERS AND UNION
Chicago  and  Cincinnati  Speakers  Arj
Given  Floor in  I. T.  U.  Convention.
'
system of organising the    sho
Introducing   tbods ol   handling   minion ina very few  years.    Brother
tin- work will be applied, having In Gordon, who had been visiting ill To \iiierie;.u
view the greatest efficiency combin .1 ronto, reported that there wa a soclation.
with  the  highest  economy In  produc |glorlous field    theiv    tor    the  order
when the powers thai be condesci nd
ed to allow it to exist. Young men
were enthusiastic, and the most temperate l<Jl he had ever met,
St. Joseph, Aug. 11.��� At today's session of the International Typographi
cai Union the freedom of the flooi
was extended G. L. Berry, of Cincinnati, president of ilie International
Printing Pressmen and Assistants
Union, and A, \. Kellogg, ol Chicago,
commissioner of arbitration for the
Newspaper Publishers' As-
tlve  capacity.    The   aim   wil)   be   to
produce the best results, to organise
the workers by their anility and to s,>-
cure a system of co-operation which
was impossible under the Old haphazard plan.
mail, Aug. u,_Rev, j. span- had  lo live on butterleBs bread and
pastor  of  the   Methodist water, I was forced io go eight weeks
,)    |_ I without   receiving
Smltl
JAMES J.   HILL   OFFERS
BIG   PRIZES  TO   FARMERS
POLICE  STOP STRIKERS
FROM SMASHING CARS
Berrj pleaded for co-operation between the iirinters' and ptvssnien'-
organlzations; Kellogg urged harmony between printers and publishers
for their mutual benefit
���    ���'   '    "i    Mir
;' 'copal church of Winchester
hi.',.,;1;;;:.,'.1"'1"""^!^ the "puiar_ ot
I1"""    last night, told from the
1 s,,"'y of  privation  and  want
' am*zed his hearers.
'''';u|se  of  the    way    yon '  have
'"" fOr days at a time I have
I'WpIt
tr
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The  Lacrossj   Riot,
the    Vancouver     police
this mprning W.  Math-
captain  of   the   Vancou-
crosse team, will appear
with    an assault on
Judge of play In
_ame.     ii.  l.  Hid-
\i
'''uin
''sun.
v.r Lb
charge i
Percy  i',.���i,,
Saturday
!   '"is is acting for complain-
''"' .-''''I  W.  ,���:.  Burns Of Bums
s Walker defends.
���������������
������ ������������������������������������
without receiving a penny from you.
For three days, when my wifp- lay In
bed with her newly-born bah.-. 1
went without a bite so that Bhe mlgb'
get nourishment to keep her
alive with the bread and i
had   left.
"Because of your treatment my
wife's mind temporarily gave way.
and she would now be an Inmate of
an asylum had 1 not made a study "l
medicine.
"In twelve weeks I received bul *"
from you on my salary, long overdue.
You neglected me. Von were all
aware of my condition. Voti Beemed
to think thai because I am a preach
vr I could  live On wind"
Thes.. ar,. some of the charges
hurled in the village church by Smith
at his congregation. A profound Ben
satlon exists, and the outcome is <���*
peoted to be a church trial to 1:1-v
the blame on those responsible,
St,   Paul,   Aug.   11.���These   an
prizes offered In    gob!    by  Jam
Hill  for the  best    exhibits of
child   grains  and     grasses     grown
all we
the
,i.
small
in mis
v,itt. and within twenty-live miles of
the Great Northern railroad, to 1"'
shown at the National Corn Exposition to be held in Omaha December 6
l() is. Threshed grain, one pack to
each exhibit.
A flrst prize of $15, second of $p
and third Of $3 will he awarded in
each  of  the  following classifications:
Spring wheat, Fife, bluestem and
Durum; winter wheal, rod Or white;
outs, any variety; barley, any varli
field peas, any variety; llax;
flint, 10 years; corn, dent. 10
timothy seed; common red
si't'd:   alfalfa   seed.
A  flrsl  prize of $6, a second  prizi
$4, and a third of $3 will be
iri each of Hi1'    following
Geneva,   Aug.   11.���The  editor of
Pittsburg, Aug. 11.���The Strikers
at MsKee's Rock were active today pa-
troling the entrances to the Pressed
Steel   Car  Company's  plant.      Police  Swiss paper, who has been staying at
reserves   were    called    out   when  lhe j AU-les-i ains  to,   tne  last  few  weeks,
men began to stop the street cars to   _~p0.und8   Ui�� ,tllR'st'"" .  whtther   ,"
search   for  strike   breakers,  and   thi   Americans of the wealthier class who
state troops were busy dispersing thelcome   .    BuroPe   tor  the
crowds.       A  foreman,  going  to work
fired in the air when he supposed he
was about to be attacked.      Following I
ii meeting of the strikers, the execu- j
live committee oame to Pittsburg
Spending Large Fortune
Is Health Destroying Task
cures suffer
from rheumatism, gout, o_. dyspepsia.
"Mrs. W. K. Vanderbilt, Jr., UaroKl
Vanderbllt, Mr. and Mrs. G-Orge
.Gould, Stephen Sands, Mr, and Mrs
N.  L Amster,  Mrs.  \V.  Gordon Craw-
 'ford   of   Boston,   Frederick   Baldwin,
-|Uiid Charles  Robinson  were  some ol
slip-af exhibits, which may not be less the American visitors who weretaglng
i Sematlves of American society taking
the fashionable cure only to pass the
llm-.'? It Is hard work, the work or
a navvy, to spend millions, with little
satisfaction.
corn,
ears;
���lover
Ol
awarded
class  i  Of
than four inches at top band,
Wheat in sheaf, any variety; oats
in sheaf, any variety; barley In sheaf,
any variety; llax in sheaf; coin In
stalk, any variety; tlmolhy, in sheaf;
common red clover In siinif; alsike
clover iii  sheaf;  alfalfa.
ilie baths during my stay.'' h�� writes.
"If you glance at the unities," the
Swiss editor adds, "you cannot fail to
notice that the highest American socl
ety Is leading a loo strenuous life or
is suffering from hereditary diseases,
���but, on the othi r hand, are the repre-
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THE   DAILY   N E W S
THURSDAY, AUGUST 12
19UH
ssihed Advertisements
WANTED.
FOR    SALE.
TO   RENT.
LOST.
FOUND. REAL   ESTATE.
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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 h3ve to sell, why they should    purchase   from   you   and
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a  long time   in   business  everyone muH of n cessity   know   all   about  Us  and
wares.       Use  the   advertising   columns of The Daily News and  keep abreast  of the  timet. ��Ur
WANTED.
WANTED���Girl to assist In housework. Apply 320 Royal avenue, near
Sixth street.
HOUSE TO RENT.
ITO RENT���SEVEN-ROOM HOU-_,
with bath. $12 per month. Apply
Mowatt street,  230 Eleventh street.
WANTED���A DINING ROOM GIRD
at once. Apply at the Guichon
Hotel.
WANTED ��� POSITION COOKING
and housework by Japanese, liox
646, City.
WANTED���TO
nished house,
flee.
RENT,      A      FUR,
Apply at News O-
WANTED���TO EXCHANGE, LOTS
in Kitsilano (Vancouver) and Hastings townsite for good lot in New
Westminster, close in. Address P.
O. Box 565, City.
WANTED���ROUTE BOYS; CALL AT
World offlce, G24 Hamley Block, Columbia Street,  New   Westminster.
WANTED���A NURSE GIRL.    APPLY
Mrs.  (Dr.)  Jones, Royal avenue.
MONEY TO  LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pared to advance money to any
amount on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster,
FOR   SALE.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OF
Dlckens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condiUon,
cheap. 516 Twelfth street. Tel.
R481.
FOR SALE���DRIVING HORSE CART
wagon, democrat, harness; snap
for cash. 352 Sherbrooke street.
Sapperton,
CARRIAGE  SHOP
WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
R. J. McNeil. Over T. Ovens'
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.      All work  guaranteed.
ELECTRICAL WORKS.
THE PEARSON ELECTRIC CO.,
dealers in electrical machinery,
fixtures and supplies, house wiring,
armature wiring, motor repairing,
etc. Bank of Commerce building,
'phone 331, P. O. Box 92S.
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.
WANTED���PIANO OR VIOLIN LES-
sons in part payment for room and
board; will pay .4.50 for two meals
and room- \Y. Howard, Crystal
Theatre.
REAL   ESTATE.
WHITE,  SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents���
City, farm and suourban property,
260 Columbia street.
HALE BROS. & CO., LTD., REAL ES-
LOST. tate and  insurance.  Phone  335.  186
Columbia street, P, O. drawer 100.
LOST���A SPOTTED CARRIAGE DOG	
answering    to    name    of      Prince.   SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
Steamboat Exchange. ���P- B. Brown, manager, P. O. Box
556,  phone 334.
FOR SALE���WB HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
street car line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, bath,
Price $1650. Small cash payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 56,
City.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
set with four emeralds and four
jiearls, a large ruby in the centre.
One pearl    missing. Please re
turn to Dally News offlce.
LOST���ON SS. TRANSFER, SATUR-
day, July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped pearl attached. Return to
Daily News Offlce.
LOST���WHITE BIRD DOG AN-
swering to name of "Dick.'' Last
Been at home Saturday, noon. Any
one having information leading to
his recovery kindly advise Anderson
... Lusby.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin), phone 308. P. O. Box 874.
Real estate and insurance. Money
to  loan,  744   Columbia street.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms- moderate. Apply 713 Victoria street.
TO RENT���2 FURNISHED ROOMS
for light housekeeping. Apply
"Daily News," Offlce.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE, FUR-
nished bedrooms; reasonable terms;
828 Royal avenue.
ARCHITECTS.
W.  D.  GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
Room 14, Dominion Trust block.
EDWIN  G.  W.  SAIT,  ARCHITECT-
Ouichon Block.    Telephone 338.
AUDITOR AND ACCOUNTANT.
R. T. PRINCE���AUDITOR AND Accountant (successor to C Hamber),
collections and storekeepers' books
of account a specialty; agent for the
Hall Safe Co. Offlce: Room 7, Ham-
bly block, P. O. box 795,
FISH   AND   GAME.
BENSON & AYLING. FISH, FRUIT,
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.,
opp. Windsor Hotel.
FURNITURE
W. E. FALES, THE FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agnes and McKenzie streets.
Phone 176, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THE BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 386. The Pure Food
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,  B.   C.   LAND  SUK-
��� tveyor.      Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY. NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
SECOND HAND  STORE.
WE BUY AND SELL FURNITURE
and all kinds of new and second-
band goods. A Speck, near Tram
offlce.
PAPER   HANGING & DECORATING.
I HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsomining, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street.  New  Westminster.
STENOGRAPHY    A    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING,     ROOM     7,
Guichon block.     P. O. Box 694.
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPHY       AND
Typewriting; copy work, business
letters, etc. Province offlce, Columbia street.      Phone 62.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M. Morey's
Stationery Stor,-, J, G. Gamon's'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
PROFESSIONAL.
WHITESIDE & EDMONDS, BARR1S-
ters and solicitors, Blackie block,
Columbia street, New Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L, Edmonds.
WADE, WHEALLER &. McQUARRlE
(F. C. Wade, K. C, A. Whealler, W.
G. McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposite
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver office ls at No. 5, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
THEATRES.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM.
'bla street. Flrts-class moving
pictures: illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and  Friday.
THE EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. H'.gb-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
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.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHINE WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New Westminster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowie Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block, Sixth street.
TAILORS.
CALVIN, LADIES' AND MEN'S TAI-
lorlng. A new line of spring suiting just In. Button making, pressing and repairing. Room 9, Smith
block. Entrances 625 Columbia st.
and Clarkson st.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, budding
stone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street, New Westminster.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 nieais for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooks; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.      Opposite tram offlce.
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, Phone
473.
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. P.���AMITY LODOE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock. Jas. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W. C. Coatham. ree. secy.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF KaTmT
Aerie No. 20.-Meet_ _v.rv r,i 5
evening at 8 p.m. ln YY-^Y'
hall, Columbia slice- v    t"s
WW.l^jH.BAotftfiJ
SONS OF SCOTLAND l;,::.i.,lr ,/
soclation, Lord of the isles {w
191-Meetson the ������,,   ^g
'Yn K
Tuesday of every month In k   Y.
hall.     Chief, w. 8uu.e?iandK'��,P'
KMRD    OF    TRA in     NKW .YY
minster Board of Tra .. m ",",.'
board   room,  Citj   lv     .Yi,,'"'6
Third   Thursday     0f    -,-_   ���
quarterly meeting on tr,,- tn _
Thursday of February, May w
and November, at . p.m. ' ___��_,
meetings on the tl | T_ur_day *
February. New mei ben mar il
proposed and elected at a_v _i__t_.
ly or quarterly meeting, - ���
Stuart-Wade, secretary
O. O. F.-ROYAL CITY i.JWlll
NO, 3���Meets In Od.IeUow. __n
Columbia street, every Friday e.ea'
ing at 8 o'clock. Visiting ii..t____
will be made welcome, i;. E, um_y
N. G.; C. E Osborne, P Q, recording secretary
OTHER FRATERNAL SOCIETIES
include the Union Lodge, No. 9, _.
F. and A. M.. King Solomon bodge
No. 17, A. F. and A. M.; L, 0. _
No. 1150; L. O. L., No. 1593; Court
Sapperton, No. 4683, l. o. ..; c.U,
F, Court Westminster, No. sj.;
Brotherhood  of Owls.  New  No ;.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAND BRIDE.
The condition of the old brl dp i
not   considered    safe    for    vehlou'
traffic,  and   the public  generally is
cautioned  against     hauling  loads tt
any kind over It-
Persons  continuing to do so afte:
this notice must takv ail the risksM
themselves,
By order.
Clry   Hall
23rd, 1909.
W. A, DUNCAN,
I Ity Clerk,
New   Wi-vminster, Juif
A. O. U. W.���FRASER LODGE NO. 3
���Meetings the firsta nd third Tuesday ln each month. Visiting brethren cordially Invited to attend.
Lodge room, A. O. D. W. hall, Odd
fellows' block, Clarkson street.
ROYAL CAFE   (Mrs.  Archer,  proprle- ; COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099. l.O.F
tress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, fish, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or pie, tea, coffee or milk.
���Meets the fourth Friday in the
month at S o'clock, in tb_ small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
Opera House Bookings.
14.���Burns-Jo . li tures,
3.���Polly of iv ' .-
16.���Knight foi a Daj
18.���The Time, Place and tlie
Aug.
Sept.
Sept.
Sept.
Girl.
Sept
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
Oct.
"Lo."
Oct.
Oct.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Nov.
Broailw
Dec.
20.���Commences ��� ni Days
5,���In Wyoming
7.���Cat and the Piddh
18.���David  llariiin.
20.���0.    Henry's    New Opera
27.���Carter the Magician.
2S���The Climax
1  and  2.���'1'b    S ���   b    1 Kli*
4.���Parisian  Modi
19.���Human   Hearts
22.���Forty-flve    Minutes from
ay.
1.���In   Dreamland.
ARCHBISHOP WANTS
SABBATH OBSERVANCE
Highest Dignitary of Catholic Church in Montreal
Takes Up Question.
Montreal, Aug. 11.���His Grace Archbishop Bruchesi has taken up the
question of Sunday labor and asked
Aid. Proulx, chairman of the police
committee, to have the law regarding
Sabbath observance enforced. In
consequence the order was issued today thai the police were to be I"**'
pared, next Sunday, to take action
-against all persons for contravening
the provision- of the Lord's Day act,
und any city bylaws bearing on the
subject,
Several larg,- contractors will be
affected by the order, as, under the
plea that it was necessary they have
carried on building operations Incessantly seven days a week. Many
stores ar�� kept open ou Sunday that,
if ihe strict letter of the law is observed, must be closed. These, in
some cases have heard of the "L'w
order and are tilled with consternation at the prospect although they can
scarcely b.lieve that the police wlll
really act after years of tolerttion.
Then, the Jewish section of the clty
ls seriously affected. Large quantities of food, including such staples as
bread and meat are dispensed and delivered on Sunday, the understanding
being, according to their Interpreta-
tio of tlie act, that If they observe
Saturday as their Sabbath they may
do certain things on Sunday. They
see where certain hardship will fall
upon them if idleness ls enforced on
Sunday as wel] as Saturday.
Canners Expect
Extension of Season
Deputy  Minister Coming.
Ottawa, Aug. 11.���.M. J. Butler, deputy minister of railways and canals,
will leave lor the west tomorrow on
a tour of Inspection of railways under
construction which will draw subsidies   from   the   government.
He will go as far west as Vancouver and Victoria.
(Continued from Page 1)
of Mr. Venning'g as a practical assurance that the extra open season will
be granted when asked for. Unless
the run picks up considerably tomorrow or next day, it is almost certain
that tbe canners will ask for an extension of the season up to September 3.
Iteceni investigation throws some
light upon the reason of smallness of
the run up to the present. Advices
from the gulf aro U> the effectthat
on opening flsh caught there, it has
been found that the spawn ls considerably less mature than It usually is
at this time of year. The flail will
not go up the Fraaer until the spawn
Is mature, and this Is regarded as accounting for the small run. It is
anticipated that once the spawn Is
properly ripened the fish will commence to ascend the river.
Cold Weather the Cause.
The cool weather Is regarded as
being responsible for the late maturing of the spawn.
The report of the Canners' Association for yesterday is as follows:
Bellingham���Canners have a fair
supply of flsh on hand today. Some
humpbacks  showing  up.
Anacortes���Got 50,000 from the
gulf and seiners yesterday. The
traps are reported to contain considerable sockeyes today and some hump.
backs.
Canadian  Pacific���Average 52.
Vancouver���Average 40.
St. Mungo���Average 1.5.
Brunswick���Average 80.
Ewens���Average 50.
Scottish-Canadian���Average 70.
Imperial���Average 65.
British  America���Average 90.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1869)
Capital Paid up $ 4,700.000
Reserve Fund     5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
In  and  out of  town  accounts  solicited.
8AVINGS  BANK DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exchange and
Travellers' Cheques bought and sold.
Telegraphic transfers effected.
New Westminster,  B.  C.  Branch,
F. SHUTE, Manager.
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
by directing you to the store where
you can see the largest stock of new
and second-hand goods of all kinds ln
the city.
I have a splendid Oream Separator
for sale, nearly new.
Com. and see how much more you
can get for your money here than
elsewhere.
Rehiring of guns, umbrellas, typewriters, and light automatic machinery and bicycles a specialty.
Alex. Speck
SECOND-HAND   STORE.
Columbia St.      "Man on the Wheel."
THE   VERY    LATEST   THING   I
PostCards
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED FOLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
SEND ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
MOREY'S
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.
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
J
Big  Feast of  Bacchus.
Paris, Aug. 11.���Bordeaux is to
spend $100,000 on a festival of the
grape In September. There will be
a pageant depleting the feast of Bacchus and siwclai peoformance. of a
new play. "The Triumph of Bacchus"
by artists from the Paris Opera and
Opera Comique.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
pfllce 'Pbone 188.     Barn 'Phone 187
Columbia  Street
Baggage   delivered   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Ught and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM  DEPOT.
UtttEl
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
fay        	
You will find it to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this offlce,
whether you Intend to travel or sending for your friends.
Sailing From Quebec.
Empress of Ireland  August 27
Empress of Britain ..  ..September 10
For other dates and particulars applj to
E. GOULET,
0. P. R. Agent.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER ',',
G. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill  University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of New Westminster.
OFFICE:
PIRE   HALL  No.   i
Af-n-r-cf-rera and D.ai.rs tn AU Kma" ot
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingle*,   Moulding*,   Sash,   Doors,
Interior Finish,    I urned Work.    Etc.
fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Gla.iCr
FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and Draining-
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westmi����fer URSDAV. AUGUST 12, I**
THE DAILY NEWS
SUNUGH
SOAP
PAGE THFt__t
-e.fi OF CANADIAN HOME-
sYN0St!a_? REGULATIONS.
.ftilabl- Dominion Lands with-
Au"      i        b.k in British Oolum-
If : -   f','     ���    .leaded  b.v any per-
s0le head of a family
^ri.'lvip.Y-oia,',,
or -lU-   ...  ..,- one-quarter .ection  ol
'conditions    by    the    father,
.sun. daughter, brother or Bister ��f ____
****��   .,    c or less.
'       .V .���.  made  personally  at
ED'r_al land  ollice  lor  the district
.   Ua j, situate.     Entry
f/pSy may. however, to made on
certa i
mother, ---'te^-dl��g homesteader.
-The homesteader is required to per-
,,. ,i; conditions connected there-
gunde.   one   ol    the   toilowing
Vml'  VI least six months' residence
,;/| cultivation of the  land on
Yi year tor three years.
father ! or mother, if tne
,,,' . [S decased), of the homesteader
;��� . .  , farm In the vicinity of
: red for, the requirements
Idence may  bs satisfied   I >'
reBiding with the lather
nr mother
��� ���.,,. settler has Ids permanent
,,.i   fanning  land   owned
rjjm in the vicinity of ins home-
,;Pad tin requirements as to residence
JjJJ'be  satisfied   by   residence   upon
I       :  :iml-
Six months' notice in writing should
ke riven '" ,lle commission.i- ol   Do
J,,;;,, lands at Ottawa of Intention
to appl. f��r patent
Coal   mining rights  may   be
SMOOTH EXPLANATION
Oi BUFFALO BLUNDER
United States Authorities Try to Salve
Pub.ic Opinion for  Risking  Life
of Dying Canadian.
_**l
Sunlight  Soap cannot spoil
your clothes.    There are no
injurious chemicals in Sunlight Soap to bite holes in
even   the   most   delicate
fabric.   $5,000 are offered    to   anyone  finding
adulteration in Sunlight
Soap.   .,,
POLICE COURT DISCLOSES
BRAND NEW TRADE UNION
Is Called  Society of Professional  Beg
gars and  Its  Members Toil  Not,
Neither Do Thay Spin.
London,   Aug.   11.���Of  all   the    re
markable   societies   in     London     the
leased f��r    a  l'er'0(l "'    twenty-one I Strangest is that which  Myer Para  I
rears M  an  annua]   rental   Of  $1   per | a  Russian  alien, who has  been  living
'.r.,.      Not    mote    than    2560    acres
' ist, 11���In d-l'end-
��� i i i".,   service   o.   But-
b_    Imputation  of  acting
towards    Frank    Scopic,
on   July   11    last,     Mr.
lv   :     conn      loner  of  immigration,
oi ���vlini     issued     today,
George  B.   Snyder,
a Ca ij slcian, and "cautions'
lin to meet such cases
'���'' "h i" 'ip; judgment In the future.
ti iv. pm   the hi ml with
ie ar Niagara Fails. Om., and
i  compound   depressed   frac-
���' ih,. skull,    in  charge of  Or.
. leni   physician  at   Ridge-
was rushed on a boat to
Hun   ��� ii   operated   on.     it   wa_
'v Injured man was de
e immigration authorities
fo houi      ''. i   in rival   a;   tlu'
liiiit.i..   ..i:uri, but  Mr. Keefe, a. the
re i    an   Investigation,   dei lares
. was detain id onlj  three
, for the happening <>t
this ��� vv ., Incident v, no menas
��� ������ pi ctor  Sparklin '  declar-
p .1 Mr. K fi. "for had Dr. Snyde_ devoted :; ��� ��� of his enei gii to a rea-
sona ih explanation of the situation
and his intentions in the pn raises and
lesE ��� v i ��� profan ly his opinion
of the Ispei tor and the laws, and also
hu !  li,   taken  the alien aboard  in  a
^M.#
in th_ East End'for "eight yeara as'th.   >,r"'' :  ��"'' reflar """"����; "e.1���
BN1 be'leased  to one individual  orjgueit )f this coflntry, honors with his | u}e _?.cou,n_tlr^_IT_d,.in :,1! Probab11'
companv. A royalty at the rat,, ol
fv. cents per ton shall bo collected
,n ���],.. merchantable coal mined.
W. W. CORY.
Deputy of tl"- Minister of the Interior.
j^B.���Unauthorlzed publication ot
this advertisement will not be paid
for	
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured  by
). HENLEY
NE-  WESTMINSTER,   B.   C.
Telephone 13. Office. Eighth  St.
member..ilp.    When he was   accused iU>. been averted,
in the Thames Police court of begging L Pr&ieeJa given to Inspector Spark.
he gravely  Informed  th,    magistrate Ilin f0r ,lls f'rw'-v '",d "lte'��Benc
that  he belonged to thi   International
Society of Professional Beggars.
"The societj   forbids  me to  work,
he  added,   "1   simply  conform  to  thi
rules;'   In   fact,   he   had   nevi r   bi en
known  to  si-ek  work.
"He lives In a notorious lodging
hous,. iu North East passage, Shad
well," the detective stated, "Th place
is wholly occupied by professional
beggars."
After Paradise has bei n Imprisoned
for one month with hanl labor he will
lie recommended  for deportation,
A somewhat Bimlllar socii ty, but only a local on,-, was mentioned dining
the hearing of a case at the West Ham
police courl in 1904.
Kiel, Aug. 10.���The Belgian steamer Pallomares ran into the retaining
wall of the Kiel canal to lay and sank.
There was no loss of life, but as the
-;. in.. : lies cros -wis.-, traffic through
, ��� .ni will be Interrupted until she
eni bi   removed.
ENGLAND WEIL Off
FOR WAR AIRSHIPS
I, HEAL, PORK
Fresh Pork   Sausages   dally.
Best of Farmer's   Pork.
PAC.fIC
Meat Market
Phone 192 HcMENEMY _ ANDERSON
This is the Opinion Recently
Expressed By a New York
Paper.
Columbia St.
ROYAL
A
Better
Flour
furth,-r  bi-cause   it   ls
::  !" tte.   Hour;   li   makes  better
,:    ".ins,. it is made from
1 fully selected wheal bj  special   machinery,   ensuring    the
highest quality ii  Ib  pos-
' le to make.   A trial of Royal
���s  iii'lin-,1     Flour    will  conv nee
-if  its merits.
\nil remember���in    each   l'.'-
I'Oltnd Back or  Hour you  secure
a coupon which entitles yon to
���' chance to win a 109-plece dln-
n|,r set,     Watch the paper tor
i'1"   winning     numbers   each
month,
SPRING     LAMB,     CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
AT THB
Central Meat Market
Oorner  Klghth  St.  m_
PHONfc   S7
BOWELL 6.  ODDr.  Pmnrt.tam
New York, Aug. 11.���The New Vork
Tribune has the following editorial on
the   recent  decision   ol   the   English
Igovernment in regard to airships;
Announcement is Satisfactory.
"Englishmen    who    regarded    with
impatience the apparent   indifference
of   their   government   to  the   possible
!us-s an enemy might ake of airships
will doubtless find satisfaction in au
announcement made by Mr. Haldane,
secretary for war, in the house of
commons recently. Three dirigible
balloons and two aeroplanes are al-
MEATS n-aily being constructed at Aldershot,
for the army, and one dirigible lias
been ordered for the navy from Vick-
ers, Sons & Maxim, builders of ships
and manufacturers of ordnance ot
world-wide reputation. Within a tew
months therefore, England bids fair
to be thr,,. times as well equipped
with military airships as the United
States, which now bas one representative of each of the principal tyives Besides those built at home, moreover.
England may soon have two dirigibles
Fifth Arena*
f}RD_NARY paints very soon dis-
" color and fade. ML Pure
Paints withstand sun and weather
and stay bright, because ML Pure
Paints, besides pure lead, pure zinc
and pure oil, contain a special
ingredient that makes them last
about twice as long... and better
protect any surface they cover,
indoors or out. Other makers
haven't found out yet just how to
use that ingredient in the right
quantity and the right way. If you
buy paint for real service ... real
economy ... real money's worth
then buy
ML
Pure  Paints
THE KIND IT PAYS TO USE
MADE  BT
The   Imperial   Varnish   d   Color   Co.,
Limited,  of   Toronto
wi ESTABLISHED 20 YEARS  AGO
���~YYY'3 ~m
MARK fWAIN AS
HORRIBLE EXAMPLE
Medical Journal Says He
Shows Evil Effects of Excessive Smoking.
���x  popular i but   to
riant ly
built  in  France, for  which
subscription was recently started, one
'of these having been ordered  a  few
weeks ago from the Lebaudy brothers,
who hav,. constructed Several for the
I French   government.
Will Compare Types.
"The expp r.nviits which the English
government may soon b_ expected to
undertake wil) not be thp- first b> any
means which it bag been able to make'
but tbi 5 maj easilj prove more 1H-
st iv, in,, thai tlie earl-er one. it
will be feasible, for instance, to com-
balloon���a
New York. Aug. 11.���Mark Twain
is quoted In the curient number of
American Medicine as a horrible example of the depths to which tobacco
can drag a man. It cites bis conduct
iu smoking contrary io the rules at
Oxford University, while awaiting the
conferring of his degree, auj continues:
"Mark Twain, by the praiseworthy
use of his intellect, hud become a very
distinguished honor to the literature
of the world. Oxford, one of the
most noted institutions of learning
which the world had produced, was
ready to stamp his merit with the
high, .t expression of the institution's
appreciation.
'If the prohibition of smoking was
nothing more 'n fact that a senseless
whim of tradition, it nevertheless existed and w-as part of the thought of
the institution which gave him his degree.
"The question is, What was in Ills
mind which caused him to not follow
the ordinary course of the gentleman,
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
j CAPITAL    $14,400,000.00
RESERVE    11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and in London, England, New York, Chicago and Spokane.
| 0, S. A., and Mexico City. A general
hanking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with pare tin rigid dirigible
correspondents in all parts of the |comparativ.l> receni development���
.. wiiii   lie   i -xiiil ���   and   semi rigid   di-
u     ��� i . ibli       N'o ,l iubl   too, th,   aeroplane
Savings Bank Department���Deposits  wiu be carefullj  studied with a  view
i receive, 1  in   sums of  $1   and  upward, | to   dlscov ring   whether   such     drawbacks  as  its  Inab II ���   to   reach   considerable elevations can  be overcome
or are oftsei  by advantage,  not pos
[sensed by the kind of airship the Le-
j lhi ml\.   are  building,    li   is  probable
that nm merely fitness for reconnois-
sauce will be considered b>  England's
military experts but  that  the desirability of devoting  aerial vehicles  to
Other   kinds   of   service   Will   also   re-
Icelve   their  attention,    it   their con-
i lusious are made public other countries may be able to profit by  them"
miU- benignantly, though dear the will, or tradition of
Oxford, and as Hammond says, get
the tobacco if ho could?
"Personal liberty by its forced morally unworthy associations, has become a malodorous thing, but, in its
best sense, is defined as 'a decern respect for the opinions of mankind.'
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A Good Thing is Sara to be Appreciated
COWAN'S
PERFECTION
COCOA
(Maple Leaf
Label)
Is gaining In favor every day.   Our oatput last year waa double the
preceding one.    The most healthful and nutritious of beverages.
THE COWAN CO., Ltd., TORONTO
HUNG UP CHILD BY
HANDS FROM RAFTER
Extraordinary  Tale of  Cruelty to  Her
Own  Offspring Alleged Against
Montreal Woman.
Montreal Aug. 11.���What is alleged
by Constable C, Archambault ol No,
Iti Station, to be a case of the most
appalling cruelty, resulted in the arrest of Mine, dvj Franc isca, of 22 Ful-
l'onl   st'-eet.
The woman, with her husband, appeared before Judge l->'1 I yesterday
morning in the arraignment court to
answer to the charg, o| cruelty :,, her
13-year-old son Antoine,    She was re-
CALM PREVAILS
THROUGHOUT SWEDEN
Indications Are That General
Strike Will Collapse in the
Next Few Days.
man,led  lor  trial   until  Friday.
According  to  the  < v.dv.v   given  by
Ithe constable, on Saturdaj night at
6:30 o. hick, he was summoned by thc
neighbors, who told bim that a wo
in,hi was misusing her child at No, 2_
Kulii.nl. The constabl, entered the
hous,. and found th, child hanging
from he raft, rs by Ins hands which
wen   :.:���, - ned   by  a   half-Inch  manila
ful. Ladies fi i $12V3 pope. The ropi  was also twisted round
Up his neck, so that tho constal le al first
silver  Watches,    gents'   open lace thoughi  ih,. boy was being hanged,
English Watchmaker
(loid Watc'ae
md Interest allow..! at :i p.-r cent, per
in num i present rate).
..'t..     Assets   over   $168,000,000.00.
r.B',1    WESTMINSTER   BRANCH
G. D. BRYMNER, Manager
MANUFACTURED   BY
VANCOUVER MILLING AND I
BRAIN CO., Ltd.
VANCOUV
E  R,      B.
R. T. PRINCE
Auditor and Accountant
(Successor to C. Ham ber)
COLLECTIONS    AND    STOREKEEPERS'     BOOKS     OF     ACCOUNTS     A
SPECIALTY.      AGENTS    FOR    THE
HALL SAFE CO.
Office: Room 7, Hambly  Block.
P. O. Box 795.
��� ti ti
Ile cut the lad down and found he
was   ill   a   critical   slate.
The nelghbon said that the woman
Elgin  had   been   beating  the   child   with    a
three-foot strap of metal and th   contusions on his bodv seemed to bear oui
the tale
The pat ms stated, in explanation,
_\       that they had only fastened the child
by tlu- hands, not  by  the throat and
Two   doors   from   Geo. Adams.  Grocer|!?'J��e��*1_f   JCi,,t^*__lnL_,._;-*
$6.00. M
Silver  Waiih's.  gents'  open   case
$7.50  up.
Agent    for    Waltham
Watches,
Watch repairing a specialty
F.  CRAKE
��� Canadian Pacific
^^-      Railway Co.
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
PENNSYLVANIA SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH   MAYERS
Successor   to
Mayers <_ Preston
Office,  Front  St.,  Foot  of Sixth.
P. O. Box 345.
Phone  105.
Double     transcontinental     service
daily, with Pullman tourist and doling cars.
Atlantic  Express  leavea at      05 a-
m.
Eastern   Express  leaves  al   7  Pm'
St.  Paul train loaves at 2:10,
Cheap excursion Aug. ii and ''-'���
For full particulars, apply to
(.'. ll. POSTER, E. OOULET,
O. P, A., Vancouver.      C.PR Ak''
MAKE YOUR AP. c.AL to the public
through the columns of THE DAILY
NEWS.    The  Morning  Paper.
Grand Trunk Ry.
Excellent Train Service Betweei
Chicago, London,
Hamilton, Toronto,
Montreal, Quebec,
Portland, Boston,
And all the principal business centers of
ONTARIO, QUEBEC and tho MARITIME PROVINCES.
Also to BUFFALO, NEW YORK and
PHILADELPHIA, ,via Niagara Falls.
For Timp Tallies, etc.. address
GEO. W. VAUX.
Assistant Gen'l Passenger and Ticket
Agent, 135 Adams St.. Chicago. III.
ling out all day trom
'until  hue at  night.
They   pleaded    not
charge  of  assault.
In the morning
guilty    to   'IK-
OWEN   SOUND   MAKES
MONEY  FROM  LIQUOR LAWS
Owen Sound, Aug. 11.���Fin
ing $1,160 w-en- collected today from
three hotels and one drug stor, for
selling liquor contrary to the local option by-law, as the result of the campaign by chief Inspector John Ayerst.
Wm.   Duncan  and   Donald    .Mctjuevn
Stockholm, Aug. 11,���Perfect calm
prevails throughout the country anil
iher_ are further evidences 'hat tho
general strik. inaugurated a weelc
ago will result in failure. The Answer, the organ of the trades unions,
is the only newspaper published in
regular form. The other journals
have issued small hand-printed editions. Efforts are being mado with,
some success to improve the local
street car service, and the street car
employees have called a meeting to
consld- r a proposal to return t<j work.
The company has given them until
noon tomorrow to lake up their old
positions, The merchants oi Stockholm hav. announced their iiiioiitipni
of running iheir delivery wagons, and
ii is expected thai the cab service will
be resumi d.
Ships Bring SUvedores.
Foreign steamers are overcoming
the dock strike by bringing with them
11,. lr own ..ti-v-dores.
Thee has been a big demonstration
of 20,000 strikers at Qothenb-rg. tn
tiii - city ihe labor leaders control till
the vehicles. Physicians requiring.
an ambulance to remove a patient u>
the hospital are referred by the police,
to labor headquarters
Ten  Days Today.
Of course it is still impossibly to
foresee the end of the strike, whieli
has been in progress for uiiie duys.
However, perfect orde is being maintained and no signals aiv visible ot
the special measures that hav�� been
taken to prevent outbreaks. Food
totali-j again is plentiful and prices are becoming normal. There has been no
serious decline in the prices of securities on the Bourse. The theatre-
are filled nightly, and the cafes and
restaurants are being well patronized.
From industrial centres throughout
Sweden com,, reports of more or less
of the Duncan  house had  two convic ^^^^^^^
tions  each  registered   againsi   them, (complete resumption of work,
und were assessed $100 on each. Herb
Wilklus of Cvntrul and his barkeeper
were assessed $260, $100 on  the titBl
charge and $160 on the second.    T.O,
Rode  Into  Hotel.
London, Aug. 11.���Frank    Jay   Mac-
Ikay. the well known California   and
Ilatton, druggist pleaded guilty of two Chicago milllonarie, wbo has resided
Charges and was assessed $200 ""ehieflv In England for B number of
?ach. John Oorgst, of Royal hotel was yearSj was fined $m and costs in Unconvicted and assessed $200 on one Leamington police court for riding a
charge. The costs were added in each hor_e on a footpath.
case. Mr.   Mackay  declared   that   he  bail
 made a wager that he would ride Into
Lever Brothers, Toronto, win send you | the local hotel and around the billiard
free a cake of their famous I'lautol table, and, having won the wager, he
toilet soap, if  you mention  this paper, i was satisfied to pay the fine.
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THE  DAILY  ..EWJ..,
Published hy The Lilly News Publish-  all  times, a politic and  warlike folk
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices,  of the Roman stamp, yet there is im
unpo. tic       Little as  they resemble a  again   and   again   with   deep   dis,,, .
nation of shopkeepers' hut rather, atjseem  quite  important   eno "h t
politic and  warlike '""-' ��n  l��
The Daily News Bicck, corner of McKenzie and Trew streets.
E. A.  Paige Managing  Director
planted in them a notable artistic impulse which a certain loftiness Of
spirit ever tends to turn inward, to
the things of the soul���in a word, to
up national animosities.
.  _________________________       StHl. he is
���n the mam right; we do need all of
us, more intelligence, more generosity, and less of national self-conceit
in our attitude toward the foreigner-
and  especially  the
STRINGENT RESTRICTIONS
ON   IMMIGRATION  TO  U.S.
THURSDAY, AUGUST
12.
THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, 1909.
AS OTHERS SEE US.
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The London Times has an interesting review of    a new    book entitled
"Deutschland   und   England,"   by   Von
Karl   Blelbtreu;     a    popular   German
writer whose works include a history
of English literature.     Th. object of
the  volume, says  the Times, appears
in the first sentence of the book: "The
Englishman    and     tho    German   are
more  closely   related     to  each   other
than are any  two nations on earth,'
Yet probably  there aru no two which
regard  each  other,    just  at  present,
with  so   much   suspicion  and   animosity.      This feeling Blelbtreu considers
to   be  absolutely   unfounded   on   both
Bides.      Into the    immediate    causes
which  have led  to  it  he docs  not Inquire at any length;  but one standing
cause he devotes himself to removing
���tbe false and ignoble picture which
each presents to itself of the character  of    the  other.      To tlie ordinary
German view the Englishman appears
to be the incarnation of selfish arro- ncss
gance    and    vainglory,    inordinately
proud of a history ln whieli his success has    been    largely fortuitous, a
���shopkeeper" with the eye bent fixedly
���on the main chance, and only now anj
then throwing up by some unaccountable    accident    a    fiery    genius  like
Shakespeare or Byron, who stand out
brilliantly    against   a   background   of
petty,   materialistic  minds,  devoid  ot
all sense of the ideal.     In the present
day  this  nation  is  regarded a.,  well-
nigh bankrupt in all moral aud material power not d-J>*nding directly on
the control of money, and even that
control   is     fast   disappearing.      The
army is a laughing stock, only fit to
be  clapped  into  prison  if it  showed
itself on German  soil;   the fleet,  undermanned and  wretchedly constructed, is being rapidly outstripped by the
young marine of Germany.
Such 1_  the image which Bleibtreu
sets  himself  to demolish  with  many
a heavy hammer stroke.     He tells his
countrymen plainly that they are under    a    dangerous    delusion  if they
imagine   that  England  can   be  made
little   in   any   sphere,   intellectual   or
material.     Germans are apt to excuse
the lati-ness, as tbey think it, of their
development   in  power    anj   civilization  by  a series of  misfortunes���the
Thirty  Years War, and so forth. Lei |
them consider the case of England!
"If  Germany  allowed Itself    to   be
depressed    by    such      circumstances
while England,  under  tlie nios-L difficult  conditions,  struggled   indefatiga-
bly upward���au extraordinary achieve-
ni.rt for a nation    originally owning
hut one eighth the population of Germany���what  can   this   denote   but   a
great intellectual moral, and physical
superiority?      lias  any  German  ever I
had  a  true  conception  of  tbe   bitter
toil that it has cost to bring the Brit- j
ish worldpower to its bloom?     Good
luck?     A nation of three millions under Cromwell, of ten millions at tbe .
time of Napoleon, ventures on a war '
to the knif-e with the. Corsican giant i
who  controlled    in    France  alonc   a
force of forty millions, and had forty
.millions more as his obedient vassals
in Europe."
Nor will any German reader of this
ibook  easily   delude  himself with   the
idea that  this ouco mighty power is
now exhausted and  the Titan grown
too  weary for her burden.      Accord
ing to the author, England could not,
indeed, play a serious part at pi .Sent i
in a land war on tbe continent, but "
is "leeres Gerede" to say that she bus
uot plcuty of good
the repe
while  Ge
vain  to
opmem
superior
rope.
���lively to her needs, on land as well.
England is stronger and better
equipped than  _ver before." I
In comparing the spiritual and intellectual    development    of   the  two
countries   Blelbtreu    again   shows no i
mercy   to   the   cherished   illusions  of I
the German   chauvinist.     Far   from
being a nation of unpoetic materialists,  the  really  striking   thing about
the English is the artistic turn, the
sense  of    form,  which    pervades  all
their literary work:
"Even the well known military history, Napier's History of ihe Peninsula  War," reads so eloquently, is pervaded with such a veritable breath of
poetry,   that   no   similar   German   or
French  work can  be compared  with
it.      And   herein   lies   the   incredibly
comic side of the international legend
which   pictures   the British   as   essentially   a   people   of   dry   and   col_   In-
practical,    but    altogether
handling  of  the  matter often  mak
itself agreeably felt."
We  have quoted  enough,  adds  the
1 Times,   to  show   that  Herr   Blelbtreu
has approached his task in  the spirit
of  sincerity    and    candor,    and   has
shown a courage ln dealing with his
countrymen's misconceptions which is
worthy  of our respect, and,  we shall
add,    of   our    imitation.        We    can
therefore bear to let bim show us the
oilier side of the picture.      His main
complaint of us���a compla'nt to which
he recurs again and again, and supports by a shower of instances drawn
from the sayings (or silences)  of the
Duke of Wellington down to the stories  of   Mr.  Fltchett���Is  the  self complacency, the niggardly recognition of
the high  qualities or achievements of
alien     races     (Mr.     Kipling's   "lesser
tribes without    the   law")  which distinguish   the   Bruon,   and   which,   according  to    temperament,    causes so
much irritation on the continent.   Let
us  fraiakly admit���the  candid   critics
on our  own  hearth   have  often said
no  less  than  Bleibtreu���that  he  has
here hit an undeniable blot, a weak- i
an unworthiness, in the national
character and the national Intelligence
Bleibtreu, writing in Ins own slashing
and   spirited   manner,    has   certainly
sometimes  pressed   his  case  too   far.
Tt is not for instance, true that English  historians   "invariably"   suppress
all  mention  of  the  two    Hanoverian
regiments   which  formed    the  second
line of advance at Mimlen.      Carlyle,
for one,  gives     them    full credit���a
Washington Aug. 11.���A bill providing for very stringent exclusion ot
immigrants   was   introduced     in     the
| House yesterday by the representative of Austin, Tenn.   It provided that
jail Asiatics except public officials,
merchants, stud-nts and travellers,'
shall  he  prohibited  from coming into
[th-e  United States Porto Rico,  Hawaii
poetry.       Even     i���   their     works' of 7o7 l,��77_'ni._. G���" torelBaer-
science and of philosophy an artistic l^/l. Z^^ZZoZ
fr__0f2tedSeandBympatllyCertaln-;OT the Philippine..    it also excludes
quoted   enough,  adds  the   " -  | European adults  who cannot  read or I
write who are not industrious and who
have criminal records, as well as all |
members of so-called "black-hand" or I
-cs
CATHOLIC  PRIEST  WILL
HEREAFTER CARRY GUN   similar organizations.
I'tica,   N.Y.,   Aug.   11.���Complaining
that he  had for months  been  continually   persecuted   by   members   of  an
opposition faction In liis congregation,
persecutions  which   culminated   in   au i w
unsuccessful eifort to kidnap him last'a
night, Rev- Father Suck today appear-'
ed in the city court, and made application   for  a   permit   to   carry  a   revolver.    In  granting  the  permit,  city
judge James K. O'Conner said:  "Take
it Father;  keep your gun loaded, and
don't  be a bit backward  about  using
it   to   defend     yourself     should   you
again be attacked by any of these ruffians."    The police have been making
a searching investigation in an effort
to apprehend the kidnappers, and have
succeeded  in   locating  the cabby  who
figured in the affairs.   He claims that
his services were hired ami paid for
in advance by strangers, with instructions to convey his fares to the New
York central depot.   He did not know,
he says that it was to be a kidnapping.
NEW   BRUNSWICK   PUTS
BAN   ON   "FREE   SPEECH'
St. John, N.B. Aug. 11.���Two men
were arrested here tonight charged
with selling copies of "Free Speech,''
Moncton publication barr.>d from
I mail privileges Large bundles of
'the paper were also seized by the po-
, lice. The paper for weeks past has
contained attack, on prominent citizens.
At this afternoon's session of the
city council a by law was unanimously passed making It a mlsde-
meanOr for uny person to print or clr-
culate any book, pamphlet or newspaper of a scrrllous nature. The mo\ _
to legalize .boxing bouts of fifteen
rounds was killed by the council today.
CLIMBED  OVER  GLASS
IN  EFFORT TO  ESCAPE
great deal    more than    th-e defeated
French general did, who puts down to
the first line alone the credit for the
amazing   feat   of   war   performed   on
that day.     Again, the Duke of Wellington (whose remark to the German
Legion    under    his    command in the
Peninsula, "You are worthy to be Brl-
itons"    was    perhaps   an unfortunate
form of laudation),  when advocating
the Militia  Bill  in  Parliament  called
attention to the fact that the British
armies "which had so well served the
State"  were    never more    than  one-
third British;  and  he expressly mentions   the    services    of  the  German
troops.     Nor do boys' stories like Mr.
Fitchett's,  to  which Bleibtreu  recurs
London, Out., Aug. 11.���Robert Col-
boy, brought from Clandeboye on July
24th, made a sensational attempt to
escape from the jail this morning.
About 8:30 he climbed upa water pipe
and managed to get on the wall, which
is 12 feet high, and is covered with
broken glass, which cut his noSe and
hands, leaving a long trial of blood.
While running along the top of the
wall he was seen by the turnkey, who
got after him and quickly chased him
down, Colby had been committed to
the asylum at Orillla,
Some Financj Here!
Decreasing the fee for climbing
Brock's Monument from 25 to 15
cents has been a profitable change for
the coffers of the Ontario government.
The receipts so far this season amount
to over $1200. Last year brought in
something over $1100. The best year
Under the late Liberal governmenl
only produced slightly over $300.���To.
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was inaugurated yesterday afternoon,
and a postoffic- inspector detected
[John Kane, 19, a sorter, pocketing
several letters, and swore out a warrant and the youth was arrested. He
was taken privately before Judge Leet
and searched, and six purloined letters were found. He was remanded
for trial. The number of missing letters is unknown, but the complaints
indicate that a considerable number
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j Tecumsehs   Ar.   |n   Hard    Luck   This
Season���Graydon and  Pickering
Out Again
roronto, Aug. 11.���The absence ot
|(" wil prove a bis los.s to the Tecum, .v, for in . latUlity deience,
Which li the strong portion of their
team this season, will go on th_ 11,-ld
���n ;i v. ry battered condition. Gray-
don and Pickering are out again, but
both Oi them have to tak. things
easily, .-,, as to sav. their strength.
It waa encouraging to see them taking
part :i, the workouts at the 'Hand
both yesterday and this morning.
Querrl, bas been taking osteopathic
treatmenl for liis sore knee a��'l it appear* to have worked wonders,
I EAST AND WtST END
WILL CLASH TONIGHT
T| Get Your Home Furnishings From the
Old Reliable House.    We have quality
and prices in proportion.   See
W.   E.
612-618 Agnes Street.
If   Reginas   Win   This   Evening   They1
Cinch the City Championship���
Interesting Game.
Undertaking in all its Branches.
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SEATTLE
RATES:
Room  $1   pir  day  up.
Room   and   board  $2.50 per day up.
F>oom  with   bath  $2.50 per  day  up.    j
Room with bath and board $4 per day-'train" from Chicago Wednesday.
EASTERN ATHLETES ARRIVE
AT  SEATTLE   EXPOSITION
Seattle, Aug . 11.���Apparently unaffected by their long trip across Uie
conUnent, the eastern track stars who
will represent the -New Vork Athletic
Club, the Boston Athletic Club ami
the Chicago Athletic Association in
the A. A. I'. championship track and
Held meet al the stadium of the
Alaska-Vukon-Paciflc exposition Pri-
jilay and Saturday, arrived in a special
W ha( may prove to be the deciding
match in the city lnterttwdtate, or
rather senior amateur league will
jak_ place at Queen's park thl.. ��v.n-
luj: when the ttast ;uld WeS( l_nU
aggregations will clash. it Reginas
win tonight's gum. a means that they
al*,, clinch the championship, and the
result of that would! probably be thai
there would be no mure of the intermediate matches this year.
The Reginas have won four piih.i-h
Blackie Spit Is
Magnet For Picnic
Cook (chairman), Capt. Wooster, Geo.
S. Blakeley, VV. Davidson, W. A. Gilley, 0. VV. Orlnston. F. Jackson, F, P.
Maxwell, K. Wlntemute and D, r_
Mackenzie (secretary). As this is th_
fourth picnic held, the committee have
ripened in experience as managers,
but it is doubtful if there will be another basket picnic after the eompara-
i Itively small sup[>ort given bv tha oiti-
populatien of about 2ixi.    About 400 z8ng   Tht, maj.)rjtv of people attend-
attended tb..-picnic from Westminster lng ffer_ tllo8e wj,(,IU t|lt. promoters
em.ot sl, played this yea,, on/gam- ^^U^^cjiSedT  _fi.,tad 'DVlt*d   but   "id  DOt  a88'8t  Ul��
(Continued from Page One.)
had  Invited   but   did   not   assist
finances of the picnic.
Du-ing the evening the band played
?��� t__W��r��n_ ha.^^
 ? ���^^��*J�� ^,i,!C.::i.CltO'  residents  had almost all  left   and
in hard luck. For tonight, t owever,
they state thai they have a strong
team, and hope to be able to liold the
Fast  Enders down.
'J'lie Reginas will lin,- up as fallows- ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Goal,   Coutts;    point, Pearson;  rtovp.r|on   the   ground,   auid   this   acconiiuo-
tlior       	
after a>U  the arrang-.uients bail   been
made.
A   Welcome Arch.
Refreshments   bad   been   prcwh
point, Patchell; defence field, Gf-wnJ,
K. MaclCenju-. H. MacKenzie; centre,
Fitzgerald; home fi��-1 ti. A. Smith. Ken-
ny, C. Smith; outside, Purdy;  insftfe.
dated those who had not brought baskets. At tbe entrance in ib,- tents of
Alderman George Adams was a "Welcome" arch if oyster and other Bbells
All  .inside rooms, with hot and cold
Several well known athletes accompanied   the  delegation  of  track  stars
water  st��am heat, long distance tele-j unattached
phone. 'Bus meets all trains and boats  ;,'*a-
Accompanying i_
to any    *tliletic assocla-
Huiiu-. and evergrenn��, everything being pro
T. j. Mahoney and W. Gifford will doced localljr except ��he bunting.
EtCt as officials. Piay will start ;it This bad bei ni erected by the Adams
6:15 o'clock  sharp. and Hardman families.
  Sports of a simple character were    ,,..,. ,1
SECOND DIVISION CLUBS [Held,   tb..   prin.ipa.   attritions   being   0,*rk" m tllt'  VM'10U��  s,or's ^r* a"
there   were   many   tired   little    faces
among   th*   children   when   the  train
arrived in  the city at  ten p.  in.    All
I reached the city without mishap.
' City Closes Up.
Among those present were noticed
i T. S. Annai-idal,-, ,1. A. Lee, Angus
Munn, _. .1. Coulthard, Alderman Ad-
: aims, A. Hardman, .1. S. Bryson, J. A.
Rp-utiie, Marshall Sincliar ..i.ii. Todd,
i T. II. Smith, aad many other promi
Inen; citizens. Businv-ss was universally suspended hi the city and   the
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Manager,  N.   H.   MACDONALD,   New    Westminster.
      Chicago team is
E. Cook, the world's champion pole*
vautter, who w;t�� able at the la*t minute to arrange his business affairs
so as. to tak,- part in the Meet. Cook-
tied tor first place with Gilbert at
the I. -don meet- liast year" and he is
practically conceded first placn in the
pole vault as he in clearing tli.. bar
regularly al 12 feet 6 inehp-* Gamp-
bell, of the New- York team, Is also
doing considerably over 12 teet ajid
will probably b_ Coot's closest rival.
Erlckscm, tin, high jjamper who defeated Porter this S|u-i_ig. is another
last   minute  entry  iu   tt_e   uiee^       As
ORGANIZE FOR  SEASON the baseball maDah in the morning and i
  the tog of war in., the afternoon.   The
Vancouver, Aug.  11.���The organiza- baseball  match  was  between) tht- Nation  meeting of  the  second  division ! pie Leafs and thp-Balmorals,, the g__*
Clubs of the Vancouver  District Foot- boiig   left    drawn   after    tea.   ilin��igl
ball  leasee wus  ln��Ul  Urn evening at wir.lv, a) score of n'ne all.
the   -National   Sixn-ts   Club   when   the
out. in force. _h,_ special was composed uf seven coaches and a baggage
ear.. About 1590 tickets wer,. issued,
.-sclusiv. of Children under flve. About
$i".n was received! from the sat- ot
ticket*
league was started ou its 1909-1910
career. ir-ight teams were represented at tb�� meeting last night, comprising the Shamrocks, Thistles, Y. M.
C. A., Westhaun Island British Coituu-
C'suuil Iftetho-
Baseball  Teams.
Th.t Balmorals went to pieces, in. t_i^
fifth, but. the gam,, was never BBitlouBs-
jThe  loams were:
Balmoi_-B���Howattd p.. McTwish r_
W. Cunningham lb, W. 1_ Sinclair 2b
Bowers 3b, ('utciietifl an,. Cantfeld. If.
0"Sullivau cf, Munn rf.
Maple Lir-fs���Corbett p, Hanford C
Porter won first place at  1. uid'in  last ...      , ______
year.  Erickaon  is look..-,!, upon vs the J.*11"1 lea4gue mUiit be in Ule haJld�� oi
��� ! the secretary  by Tuesday, August 17,
probable winner in iliis event
The athletes k>-pt up   ti regular system of training on th_*r trip wept. At.
bin Electrics, C. P. R.
dists and Coquitlam,
The league had toutile finding anybody   willing  to accept   the  oflic,.  of ,
secretary and Dav,. Lotth consented McLaugh��n lb, A. Sinclair 2b, .laniie-
to act for a few weeks UU his success. : s��" :;''. ^,1^'' ��, f*����i rf ^ert;
or   could   be   secured.      All   appllca- ����n   lf-   B'"'"aan  cf.    Silver changed
tions for admission to nti,. second dfr P1^ WIt" iS("','<>t! Uu'v:
The tu<? of war between the ranchers and  tbia townspeople end id ii_t-"'
when the next meeting wuSl. be h_ld.    i^1 excitement in - .ihw.   The an.
All  clubs   will
required   to  tor-
test was   tuv from _. fair one,
the
tle Ispectators (trowded around ;'ind would
antee  thaTthey  will fulfil ^rsched-|PullJ_ast?S_^^_' U*jil!lg,e8- aw*
the stations they took sprints around wal'd to lh" secretary along with t_
th|  train   to  keep    tbeii.s-lves   from France tee the sum of $r�� as a ��b_b.I"�� ^'-- ^' men a chance.   Only one
becoming stiff.      A regular system of
exercises,    which    was    dlevised    by
manager   Halpin    of    the    American
Olympic   team   last   year,   wa
with good effect.
nted  games,  the same to be
funded jtfelB men harslfag been permitted to pire-
at the end of th* season if the guar-
used iantee  lius   l)t'en
fulfiled.
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Articles   Signed,
Chicago, Aug. ll.���Sam Bereer  rep.
WAY  CHANGE  DUTY   ON 'resenting    ,llm     Jeffri-eS-,    and    Jack
AMERICAN   RACE  HORSES   Johnson, signed articles for a fight, at
  :l;27 o'clock this afternoon.
Ogdensburg,    XV.,    Aug.   11.���Cus
pare deep Intlesj it was a_nw_t iinpinsv
sfbEe  to  move them.
Executive Committee.
Tb,;- execaiiwe committee  responst-
ble for the arranigem.-ntsvv.pire: E. W-
AB_ND"OJi CHAS_ AFTER
TWO ESCAPED CONVICTS
Edaonron, Aug. W)i���-Tfc. chas. after Convicts Atkinson and Johnson.
now tfn-ea vre-aks at liberty, from J__
llmonton ])f��_itentiary, wa'3 entirely
[abandoned hy tbe R. N, W, M. P. aad
tihe men have disaj^-aued from view
_* if th.-y had been swallowed up by
rh�� earii.
A week ago Tracker Wiittamus gave
,191 the chase- _t��it latter a report was
revaVed that as at'gro and white man
havfi crosstd th. Saskatchewan above
__(_mlonton and were i_ the district
wc__ of Stoney Plain.*. The police
were Immediately put upc.i ttv trail
and succt--ded hi runniing the men
db*_. Id turned! oui, though an-
swm-ing the descriptions, ot Idle escaped
convicts,, i,: was not the tooked-t'or
meai.
EDDIE  MARINO  WINS OUT (
AT  NORTH  VANCOUVER1
toms officers here are await. 11-5 instru��
lions from lht> treasury department ��n
a,  elans,,  in   the   tariff   bill   which   in ]   1
volves the future of horse-racing In Eddie Marino, of Seattle, was de-
Canada. The Canadian tracks, depend clared to be the victor in bis fight
targelj on American owned thorough- w^th Young Nelson, of Vancouver, at
breds for their sport, and hitherto en- North Vancouver, last night. The |
tries owned In the United States have Bght opened up well .and. had. gome for
pass-d free across the.border and bac* uine swit'i rounds when an old scar |
again.     Collector   Daniels.     however, on   Nelson's   chin   opened   up.
_, finds no provision in tlu   new law for
��� the re-entry free of duty of American
J'horses entering Caaad for exhibition
^Jor  racing.    His  Interpretation  is  that
��� 'all returning live-stock must pay full
JI duty,    Pending the arrival of advices
from Washington, several  horses con-
-   signed to the Montreal race tr_ek upheld  h-re.
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No.
2 Dairy  Butter, per pound,
25c
Final   Test   MatcH.
London, Aug. 11,���In. the second 'linings of the final test mutch, Australia vs. England, the former had made
263 runs with the loss of oniy one
wicket at the lutih hour, in thv- afternoon th" Australians, after making
339 for five wickets, innings declared.
England made 304 tor liw
and the game was drawn.
wickets
l.luod (lowed into his mouth, interfering with his breathing, and he was
obliged to stop. Jimmie Hewett, th,.
sporting editor of. The Provvnce,. who
acted as referee, accordingly gave the
decision to Marino.
The preliminary bout which hail
been booked to take place between
Oscar Mortlmore, the colored heavyweight; and "Tommio Burns," the
Vancouver amateur, failed, to come-iff
Mortlmore for Rome reason refusing
to enter the ring. As a substitute
L#uder and Diver Miller put on a six-
round  exhibition   bout.
Catcher l^_pp, of Newark, has I'^en
recallfed to the Philadelphia Athletics,
That explain* the hurry Call trom
Manager Wolvp-rlon. foir young Hopien
of Montreal'
EasterbrcK-k Muling Company,
E.urne.  B. C
FLOUR!      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL $7.25  per  Bbl.
HUNGARIAN   JEWEL..$6.75  per  Bbl.
TERM'i'NAL $5.25  per Bbl.
HINDOO FLOUR $4.50 per Bbh
McQuarrie & f ��� i____i\ and feed merchants
FRONT STREET. New Weatmlnater. Telephone S33.
ADVERTISE  IN THE   NEWS
GT.P. TRAIN CRASHED
INTO HERD OF CATTLE
Brantford, Ont, Aug. LL���A peculiar accident happened at St, George
at   midnight   on   Wednesday
Th
irty
head of cattle  belonging  to a  larmei
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COF- 'named  Simpson,  wandered   through
FEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE  (FRE8H jdefecdve fence  on  th    '   '	
GROUND)   IS A WINNER.
[ADAMS & DEANS, j^
TELEPHONE   97.
1
      farm  between
St. George and Paris, and bunched on
the Grand Trunk track tor the night.
A   freight  crashed   into,  them,   killing
���_o o���rl Pi.���l.^vM7_7-r<-  1- outright, and so badly Injuring four
ies and Crockery ware, more ltT;lt ���������,- will ,,_ knied A s,ulir
iof men was necessary to dig a trench
COLUMBIA STREET.
la hundred feet long; to bury the dead
j Electric Railway Service |
cattle,  where they   fell   alongside
. track.
ih.
EXPOLICEMAN HID
EARNINGS  IN   MATTRESS
��� 4
1 n
I*
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I ���
Interurban Line.
Cars   for Vancouver  and    way
Rations  will   run every  half
h��ur   from   5:50   a. m.    Last
<:>r leaves at 11 p, m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
n:30 p.m.
Cars leave the depot every
tw*nty minutes for both Sap-
"erton and dty limits over the
cl'y  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
office on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m.
Sapperton Line: Cars leave
at ten minutes after the hour,
half past and fifty minutes after
the hour, commencing at 6: SO
a. m.
Sunday service half-hourly between 8:30 a. tn. and 11, p. ta.
New York, Aug. 11.���Seventeen
thousands of dollars In dull old eagles
were found today concealed in a mattress in tho former Brooklyn home of
Daniel Applogate, an -eccentric, cx-
pollceman, who died In New Jersey a
month ago, after having lived f��r
many years the life of a hermit. K '
atlves who had believed that the old
man was In almost destitute circumstances, and wbo had at various times
helped hlm wiih gifts of money and
provisions,  will divide  the find.
British Columbia Electric Ry. Co., Lid ���
ESTABLISHED
1891
INCORPORATED
1905.
Summer
Requisites
Lime   Fruit Juice,   per
bottle, 25c.
Fruit Saline, per bottle,
50c and 75c.
Mosquito Oil, per bottle, 25c.
Cattle  Wash,   per gallon, $1.25.
D.S. CURTIS & CO.
HEADQUARTERS FOR  KODAKS
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
Live Stock   Insurance
Live stock insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
best kinds of insurance in existence, and an ever-Increasing number
of stock own.-rs are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they have had to suffer In ��he past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of insurance,
and as they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fuim their obligations to th greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate lots which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since they started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter I* an
instance:
New Westminster, June 23, 1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd-, New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nr>ll." for although my claim form was only completed
yesterdav I have already received cheque for $200.00 In
full   payment Yours sincerely,
(Sgd),     J. A. GIBSON.
You may be the next to lose some   valuable   stock,   enquire   for   particulars.
ALFRED    W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
PHONE 62
657 COLUMBIA  STREET.
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PAGE SIX.
THE   DAILY  NEWS.
THUR55A"-, AUGUST 12   i
909.
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council of
the City of N.w Westminster to raise
by loan the sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollars for the purpos. of
advertising  the  City.
Whereas, il is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand ($_UUU.UU)
Dollars in advertising ibe City and
that the said sum sliould be raised on
tlte credit of iho Corporation.
And Whereas, It appears that if the
sum of Four Thousand (.4000.00)
Dollars be appropriated from tllL;
general revenue of the City lor the
current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and it is -expedient that
such excessive taxation should be
avoided, und the said sum should be
raised on tlie credit of the Corporation, and that debentures should b��
issued for that amouni.
And, Whereas, l'or the payment of
interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued -under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund for the payment of the .said debentures when due.
it will be necissary to raise by special
rates, In addii'.on to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the
Baitl debentures, the sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five und 4G-1.U
($235.46)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise
the said yeady sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Five and 46-100
($235.46) Dollars an equal special rate
on the dollar will be required to be
levied on the whole rateable pioperty
of lhe City of New Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property cf the said City, according
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Thre. Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($o,_yl,-14..-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount of
the existing debenture debt of the
said City is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.001 Dollars irrespective of the sum of Three Hundred
and Nin.ty.four Thousand ($394-000.-
00* Dollar's proposed to be raised under the "Hospital Debenture Hy-law
1909," lhe "Waterworks Debenture By.
law 1909," the "Street Improvement
By-law 1909," the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "City
Gaol Debenture Hy-law 1909," ol
which none of the principal or interest is in arrears.
Xow then-fore the Municipal Councl] of the Corporation of the City of
New  Westminster enacts as follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, bod,
or bodies corporate, who may he willing to advance tbe same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums ol money.
not exceeding in the whole the sum
of Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars
and to cause the same to be I'ail' int0
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes mentioned herein.
2. it shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number ol' debentures
to be made, not exceeding ln tho
whole tbe sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollars, for such sums of
money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each, or an eqtilvali-nt
expressed in pounds sterling of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall ibe scale,! with the Seal
of the Corporation signed by the
Mayor and couniersigned by the
Tn-asurer thereof, or by such Oth, r
person or persons as may be thereunto  lawfully authorized.
!!. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of July 1959,
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
Bhall have attached to them coupons
for the payment .f interest at tbe
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, which interest
shall be payable half yearly on 'he
first of January and the first day of
July, in each and every year, and the
said coii|)ons shall be signed by tlie
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall bo levied and raise,! in each
year, In addition to all other rates
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the lnteresi on the
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment  respecting tbo same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, thei. shall
be raised annually bv sneclai rates
as aforesaid, during the currency of
the said debentures, the sum of Two
Hundred ($200.00) Hollars for the
payment of lnteresi thereon, and the
sum of Thirty-Five ami 46-10U
($85.46) Dollars to provide for the
repayment   of   the  principal
fi. The proceeds or th,. snle or tn.
said debentures shall be applied as
follows, nnd not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of the passing of
this By-law and the Issue and sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effect on
the 2.rith. day of August 1909, and may
b�� cited as the "Advertising By-law
1909."
8. This By-law before th�� imal
passing thereof, shal] receive the assent, of the electors of the said City
ln  the  manner required by  law,
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally  passed  In
op��n Council the day of	
1909.
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
m., at the following places, namely:
Th_ Council Chamber, civic building;
the Flre Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
s_eet.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Olerk.
City   Hall.   July   22nd.   1909.
City liaol Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council ot
the City of New Westminster io raise
by loan the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00) Dollars for the purpose of
building a City Gaol and Police Court
Room.
Whereas, it is expeilk-nt io erect a
building to be used as a City Gaol |
and Police Court Room, and to use
thai portion of the Civic Building,
now used for those purposes, for other
purposes and to expend 'u the erection of the said building the sum ol
Six Thousand I $.000.00) Dollars, and
that the said sum should be raised on
the credit of tho Corporation.
And Whereas, lt appears that if the
sum . of Six Thousand ($600.00)
Dollars bo appropriated from the
general revenue of the City for tlie
current year the ra'e of taxation will
lie excessive, and it is expedient that
such excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the said sum should be
raised on the credit of the Corpora- |
tlon, and that debentures should be
issued for that amount.
And, Whereas, for the payment of
interest on the debentures proposed
to be Issued under this By-Law, a*��d
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 th-a
said debentures, the sum of Three
Hundred and Fifty-three and 19-100
($353.19)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, in order to raise the
said yearly sum of Three Hundred and
Fifty-three and 19-100 ($353.19) Dollars an equal special rate on the dollar will be required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of the.
City of New  Westminster.
NOTICE.                            6.   The proc.-eds of the saie of tbe sufficient to pay the Interest on Jhfl
said   debentures   shall   be   applied   as debentures,  and   io  create  a  smKing
follows,  and  not  otherwise;   Towards f���nd for the payment of the | nncii a
paying   the   cost  of   the     passing    or thereof when iluc. subject to any ac
this   By-law   and   the   issue  and   sale or enactment respecting the same.
of the debentures therein referred  to. ...    Subject as aforesaid, tl''
7. This Bylaw shall take effect on be   raised   annually
the 2."ith. day of August 1909, and maybe  cited   as  the  "Waterworks  Debenture, By-law,  1909."
8. 7'bis   Bv-law   before    the     final the  pa...
��T_v^n*__._-_-  Passing thereof,  shall  receive the as- ihe  sum of  Two   Hundred   and Sixty-
ose.    bv 1- JY     iZ sent of the electors of  the  said  Ciiy Five and   96-100   ($265.96)   Dollars   to
,m  "ie ln  the manner required  by  Isw. provide fo,- the payment of the i>""-
Received the assent of the electors cipal.
on the day of 1909. ,    C.    The proc. eds of the sale ol  tne
Reconsidered and finally pas ed in s-iid   debentures  shall  be applied ar
Tak-a notice that the above is a
true copy of tlie proposed By-law
which will be taken into consideration
oy the Municipal Council of the City
of Nt* Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication thereof in the -Daily News" and "Daily
Columbian" newspapers, which first
pui lication took place on the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of tl
on the said propose,
25th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
in., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street.
W.  A. DUNCAN.
Citv Clerk.
City   Hall.   July   22nd,   1909.
S.S. TRANSFER
The   steamer   Transfei
Brackman-Ker wharf
afternoon, except Saturdaj        " d"-'
for Ladner, Su-v, ston an,i
a-    ouuj-.i "--> " ���   -   ��� '"i   p-ppp'pppp-', oi.M-siun in,,i
be  raised   annually   by  special   rates Baturday at 2 ��� ���,
as  aforesaid,   during  tbe currency   Y Westminster  Satum, . ' -v ��
the said debenture*, the sum of l-ii-     Returning,   leaves  s
teen Hundred   ($1500.00)   Dollars  ��r week Uay mornin    ,.
the payment of interest thereon ana     Additional   trip   Mo,
open Council  the..
1909.
City Clerk
.day of.
l>   Mi
leaving Ne\. Westminster
This  schedule    subject
without  notice.
For freight and pa
ply to
. ii mg
a in.
- ctiange
;' rate_ ap
ROBERT JARDINE
Manager.
; Treasurer   thereof,  or  by
;ti ��� ther
Waterworks Debenture By
Law, 1909.
A By-law to enable the Council oi
the City of New Westminster io raise
by loan the Sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Four Thousand
Hollars for the purpose
ilie capacity of the City Waterworks
System.
Whereas, it is expedient to construct an additional Main Pipe Line
|for the City Waterworks System from
Coquitlam Lake to the Queen's Park
Reservoir, and also from the Reservoir to the City limits on Lulu Island,
and for thai purpose to expend the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand  ($234,000-00)  Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears 'hat if the
of    Two    Hundred    and Tbir
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
trufc copy of the proposed By-law
which will b. taken into considerat on
by the _Iimicipal Counci' of th- C ty
of New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication th ire
nf in the "Daily News" and "Daily
Columbian'' newspapers, which frst
pul,lication took plac,. on the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
($234,000.00) tne electors of the City will be taken
ol increasing on ,|1(1 saj,] proposed bylaw on the
25th day of August, 1<)09, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
in., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the t
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street.
W.  A. DUNCAN,
Citv Clerk.
Citv   Hall,  Julv  2-nd,  1909.
   follows, and not otherwise:   lowarns
paving  the cost  of the    passing    or
thiB   Hy-law  and   the   issue  ami   sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
Mayor i    7.   This By-law shall take effect on
'  the 25th. day of Augusi 1909, and may tn   or      rH)
ibe cited as the "Hospital Debenture unW law��ully Mthoy ���
By-law.  1909." ;;.    The     said   ,|,
8.   This  By-law  before   tbe    final
passing thereof, shall receive the as- a       , ;|       ��� ��� ,
sent  of the elector of the said   City  ..u  _f  ^    ^    (,
in   the  manner required  bv
Heri-ivp-d the
on tho da
1 ������" pa.-i,>;"o��� th7f__     ii\y
at  such place or p] :,.
in,.,-  i .   nv,.  app0-,m,    .      '    - ",
an.
Reconsidered am
open  Council  the, .
1909.
e assent of the electors prom]  of ,,,;. ��
ay of.... ��������������� ���!��"����� shall   have  attach
" ally pr
day of
City Clerk.
NOTICE
rake  notice   "
rue   copy   of   the
y   :issed ln for"u,e"pa;;;,.u."v
���'  rate of five per centum
the  amount   thereof,    , ,     )   ^
shall   b�� payable bait   ,   -.   .  -I
first  of January  ,,
Mayor.  July, i��� each and ev
said  coupons  shall   be     , ,,       ^8
said  Mayor. UI'
t the above is a
proposed By-law
which will be taken Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
of New Westminster one month from
Hu- date of the first publication thereof  in   the  "Daily   Kews"   and   "Dally
4.    A     special     rati   On  v   doi���p
shall   he   levied   and
year,   In   addition   to all other
on  all  rateable  propi rtj ,,���   ,��� (."
sufficient to pay the ln(ert.( ���n Y
debentures,  and  to create �� sink;n~
fund for the payment o|    ..    ���clp^
Columbian"    newspapers, which  frst thereof when due, ,
puil lication   tOCk   place  on   the   -2nd.  or_enactni,nt respeel
such    excessive    taxation   should    be
avoided, and the said sum should be I A By-law to enable the Council of
raised on the credit of the Corpora- the Ciiy of New Westminster .o raise
tion. and that debentures should be by loan the sum of Thirty Thousand
issued for that amount. ($30,000.00)   Dollars   for   the   purpose
And,  Whereas, for the payment of of   granting   the   same   to   the   Royal
\nd    Whereas,   the   whole   rateable .Interest   on   the   debentures   proposed  Columbian Hospital,
property of the  said  City   according Ito be isslied under ,hls By-Law, and      Whereas,   it is  expedient  to  grant
to   tbe "last  revised   assessment   roii | for creating a sinking fund forthe pay- the   sum   of   Thirty   Thousand   ($30.-
thereof,  is  Five  Millions,  Three Hun-
Counci
Chamber   civic building;   thereon, and the sum   of
di-.-d
The  v ,     ,
the Fire  Hall,    Sapperton;    and  the d,vd   and   rwenty-two   ($922.00) Dol-
Waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh  ',''* to,  provide for thi nt of
street.
W.  A,  DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
City   Hall,  July   L'2nd.  1909.
for creating a sinking fund forthepay- the
ment of the said debentures when due, 000.00) Dollars for the purpose of as-
dred and Ninety-One Thousand Four''1 win bfl necessary to raise by spec a! sisting in the erection of a new build-
Hundred and Forty-Five ($..'.91,445.- Irates, in addition to all other rates, j���g for the Royal Columbian Hospit-
00)  Dollars                                                  each year during the currency of the al in this City.
And   Whereas   the total amount of saJd debentures, the sum of Thirteen      And Wli.-r-r.is, It appears thai ii the
the   existing    debenture   debt of  the Thousand,   Seven   Hundred   and   Sev- sum of    Thirty Thousand  ($30,000.00)
said City  is One Million,    Two Hun- swty-Four and 52-100 ($13,774..",2) Dol- Dollars    be    appropriated    from    the
died   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    One ;lars- general  revenue  ot the  City  for  the
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   irre I    emi' Whereas, in order tojaise the current year the rate of taxation will   "'c CUy oi  New Westminster io rais;  (_
Street Improvement Debenture By-Law, 1909.
the principal.
fi.     The   proceds of the
said  debentures shall  be applied ai
follows, and not oth.rwis. . . .-;
paying the cost of Lhe i a ng o:
this By-law anil the issue ai ; __
of tlie debentures therein ref-rr.;_,
7. This By law shall take i Hi
the 25th. day of Augusi 1909, v..-_r
I.,- cited  a 3 the "Streel  Imp.
De  ��� ntlll.    Hy-law,   1909 "
8. This   By-law   before    tlie   js.
passing thereof, shall r   .  ,,, tn a-
������������   ������ '   ��" <��������� ���   -���  ���'������'   ' "'  Bent  of the electort of th. s Id r.t
in   the   manner requ re i
spectlve of the sum of Three Hundred jsaui yearly sum of Thirteen Thousand  _,e excessive, and it is expedient that  ''>  loan the sum of One Hundred and      Received the assent of the ���    to*
and Ninety-Two Thousand   ($392 000.- Sevei1 Hundred and Seventy-Four and such   excessive   taxation   should   be |Four Thousand   ($104,000.00)   Dollars on ^ day of 190s
00) Dollars proposed to be raised' un- 52"100  ($13,774.52)    Dollars    an equal avoided, and  the said sum should be  for Streel   Improvements. Reconsidered and v
der  the   "Hospital   Debenture  By-law special rate on the dollar will be re- raised  on  the credit of  the  Corpora-1   Whereas, certain Bums ot money have open  Council the., . , ���   .....
1909," the "Waterworks Debentur�� By- Qred to he levied on the whole rate- Hon,  and   that  debentures should   be this  year  been   expended  out   of  the 1909.
law   1909,"   the  "Street   Improvement  :L.,e    property- of   the    City  Of   New  issued  for that amount, gienewi   revenue  of   IN-   CU)    tor   the
Westminster; ,\nd.  Whereas, for the payment ot construction, Improvemen   nnd  repair
And,   Whereas,  the  whole rateable interest  on   the   debentures  proposed of certain streets and sidewalks, and citv Clerk. Mayor.
property of the  said  City, according  to be issued under this By-Law, and it is expedient that certain additional 	
to   the  last  revised   assessment   roll  tor creating a sinking fund for the pay- sums be spent In like manner, amount- NOTicc
thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hun- ment of the said debentures when due ing In all (with sums already so
dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four it will be necessary to raise bv special spent) to the sum of On,- Hundred
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,391,445.- rates, in addition to all other rates, and Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dol-
00)  Dollars. each year during the currencv of the  lars.
And. Whereas, the total amount or saj,i debentures, the sum of Seventeen And Whereas, It appears that If the
the existing debenture debt of the Hundred and Sixty-Fiv.- and 90-100 sum of Om- Hundred and Four Thou-
said  City is One Million,    Two Hun-  ($1765.96)  Dollars. .-and   ($104,000.00)   Dollars   be  appro
dred and Nineteen Thousand, One And, Whereas, in order to raise the printed from the general revenue
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre- said yearly sum of Seventeen Hun-.of Uie City for the cunvnt
spective of the sum of One Hundred dred and Sixty-Five and 96-100 vear the rate of taxation Will
and Sixty-Four Thousand ($1(14.000.- ($1765.96) Dollars an equal special rate be excessive, and it is expedient that
00)  DoHars^PWposed^to be raised un- on  the dollar will   he  required  to  be  such    excessive    taxation   should    bu
the  said  sum  should  be
ie cr,-d:t  of  the  Corpora-
law  1909,"   the  "Street   Improvement;    And.   Whereas,   the   whole  rateable tion,  and  that  debentures should  be
Hy-law   1909,"    the    "Incinerator  De- property  of the  said   City,  according issued for that amount.
By-law 1909,'' the "Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and Hie "CUy
Gaol Debenture By-law 1909," of
wtiich none of the principal or interest is  in   arrears.
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts ns follows:
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons, body
or bodies corporate, who may be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter men
1 tioned, aj*v sum or sums of money,
'not exceeding In the wholo the sum
of- Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars
and to cause the same to be paid into
the Treasury of the said City for the
purposes mentioned herein.
; 2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures
��to be made, not exceeding In the
j whole the sum of Six Thousand
($6000.00)   Dollars,  for such  sums of
" - "���- .-��>"-o>- i_  _.  ���.��_-���-   _..   .j,,   Lin-  uouiii   ��ui   ne  requireu   lo   ue  sum    excess!
fier   the   "Hospital  Dehenture   By-law  levied on lhe whole rateable property  avoided, and
1909," the "Waterworks Deb- nture Bv of the City of New Westminster;        "   raised  on   tli
benture  Hy-law  1909,'' and the  "City  t0   the   last   revised   assossu:
Gaol     Debenture    By-law     1909,"    or  thereof,  is  Five  Millions,  Three  Hun-  interest   on   the   debentures   promised   '"l'  ' "c   .'
which none of the principal or Inter- dred and  Ninety-One Thousand, Four to  be issued under this By-Law, and  waterwem
���nt    roll 1    And,   Whereas,  for  the  payment of  ()l * ,,,
Tak.- notice that the a., re Is a
true copy of the ; r posed By-law
which will h,. taken i v. vident"_
by the Municipal Council the Ct.
of New Westminster in month from
the date of the -lrsl tl n '���. "-
of in iho "Dally News" and 'Dall)
Columbian" newspap rs, which frs.
imi,lication took placi on the 22W-
day of July 1909, and ihat a - '
the electors of th. Cltj will be take/
on the said proposed bylaw on tl*
25th day of August. ;-,.���. .-.-'���:. "J
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and flve P-
m., at the following placi , aamWi
The Council Chamb r, , [vie Haildmg;
est is in arrears. Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445.- Ifor creating asinkingfund forthepay
Now therefore the Municipal Coun- 00) Dollars. ment of the said debentures when due,
money as may be required, not less ]cil of the Corporation of the City of; And- Whereas, the total amount of it will be necessary to raisp- bv special
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent New Westminster enacts as follows: the existing debenture dent of the rates, In addition to all other rates,
expressed in pounds sterling of the 1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor said Ciiy is One Million, Two Hun ^each year during the currency of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and of the said City 10 raise by way of dred nnd Nineteen Thousand, One and debentures, the sum of Six Thou-
Ireland,    at  a  value  of   4.S66   to  the  loan from any person or persons, 1 od/  Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   irre.  sand   One   Hundred   and    Twenty-two
or bodies corporate, who may be will- spective of the sum of Three Hundred ($0,122.00) Dollars,
ing to advance the same on the credit and Sixty-Eight Thousand ($368,000.. And, Whereas, In order to raise the
of the debentures, hereinafter men- 00) Dollars pro; -js- d to be raised un- said yearly sum of Six Thousand One
tioned, any sum or sums of money, der the "Hospital Debenture By-law Hundred and Twenty-two ($6,122.00)
not exceeding In the whole the sum 1909," the "Waterworks Debenture By-1 Dollars an equal special rate on
of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four law 1909," tbo "Streei Improvement the dollar will be required to be
Thousand ($234,000) Dollars, and to By-law 1909,'' the "Incinerator De- levied on the whole rateable property
.-iiiiM- the same to he paid into benture Hy-law 1909," and the "Citv of ihe City of New Westminster;
the Treasury of the said City for the Gaol Dehenture By-law 1909," or i And, Whereas, the whole rateable
purposes  mentioned herein. which none of the principal or inter- ',property  of the   said   City,  according
2.    li shall be lawful for Hie Mayor est  is in  arrears. ito   the   last   revised   assessment   roil
to cause any number of debentures] Now therefore ihe Municipal Coun- thereof, is Five Millions, Thr,-,. Hun
10 he made, not exceeding in the cl] of the Corporation of the Cty of dred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
whole the sum of Two Hundred and New Westminster enact- as follows; Hundred and Forty-FiTe ($a lilil 11.,-
Thirty-Four Thousand ($234,000) 1. It shall he lawful for Hie Mayor '
Dollars, for such sums of money of the said City to raise by way of
as may b������ required, not liess loan from any person or persons, od.v
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent or bodies corporate, who may be will-
expressed   in   pounds   Bterllng   Of   the  lie; to advance the same on the cr, (lit   died
United Kingdom of Great Britain and or the debentures, hereinafter men- Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irre-
reland, al a value of 4.Sell to the tioned. any sum or sums of money, spectlve of the sum of Two Hundred
pound sterling; and all such debent- not exceeding in the wholo Hie sum and Ninety-Four Thousand ($294 000-
ures shall ,e s.aiod with tlu- Seal of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00) Dol- 00) Dollars proposed to be raised un-
of tbe    Corporation    signed  by    the lars and to cause the same to he paid der   the   "Hospital   Debenture
Hall,    Sap '     n;   andl!ie
s     Storehou   ,     I'-v'"'3
Street.
W   A,  DUNCAN,
City Olerli
City   Hall,  July  22nd,  1909,
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above Is a
true copy of tbe proposed Hy-law
which will b,. taken into consideration
bv the Municipal Council of the City
Of New Westminster one month rrom
the date of th,, first publlca<i,>n there
of in the "Daily N"ws" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, whlcb first
puibllcatlon took place on the 22nd
dav of July 1900, and that a vote of
the electors of the City will be taken
on tiie said proposed bylaw on thc-
85th day of Augui. , 1909, betwOen the
pound sterling; and all such debent
ures shall be sealed with the Seal
of the Corporation signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by th,
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be ther,..
unto  lawfully  authorized.
3.    The     said   debentures   shall   he
payable on the first day of July 195'*
at  such  place  or  places as the  Coun
cil of the said Corporation  may from
time  io  tlmo  appoint,    with   the  approval  of  the   holders     thereof,    and
shal]  have  attached  to  them  coupons
Tor  the  payment of interest    at  the
rut,, of five [ier centum per annum on
the  amouni   thereof,    which   Interest
Inj'   be  paya'1 Ie half yearly  on   the
lr-1 of January and the first day of
uiy, In each and .v.ry year, and th-.
aid  coupons  shall   be  signed   by   the
aid .Mayoi'.
1. A special rate on the doilar
hall bo levied and raised h each
���ear. in addition 10 all other rates
on 'ill rateable property <>f the City,
sufficient to pay the inierest on the
debentures, and to create a sinking
fund for the payment of ilie principal
thereof when due, subject to any Aci
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during ihe currency of
the said debentures, the Sum of Three
Hnndr.-d ($300.00) Dollars for the
pajment of Interest thereon and thi-
sum of Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($53.19)
Dollars to provide for the repayment
of ihe principal.
(I. The proceeds of the sale of the
said debentures shall be applied n.
foliows, and not otherwise: Towards
paying the cost of (he passing ol
this Hy-law and the issue and oale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. ThlR By-law shall lake effect on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
bo cited as the "City Jail Debenture
By-law,  1909."
8. This By-law before the Una1
pass'ng thereof, shall receive the as
sent of the electors of the said Ciiy
In   the   manner required  bv  law.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed in
onen Council the day of	
1909.
00)   Dollars.
And,  Whereas,  the total amouni  or
the   existing     dehenture  debt  of   the
said   City  Is  On,-  Million,    Two  Hun
and   Nineteen   Thousand,    one
Mayor and countersigned by tile
Treasurer thereof, or by such nthcr
person or persons as may be thereunto  lawfully authorized.
:i. The said debentures shall he
payable on the first day of July 1959.
at such placi- or places as the Council of the said Corporation may from
time  to  time appoint,    with  the ap-
IJ v I n, w
Into the Treasury of the said City" for 1909," the "Wa'ierworksDel.'ntuiv By
the purposes mentioned herein, law  1909."  the "Street  Improvement
--   ii shall be lawful for the Mayor By-law  1909,"    the    "Incinerator De-
to cause  any  number of debentures benture By-law 1909," and th(
to   he   made,     not   exceeding   in   tho Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909"    of i       Urg 8t
whole   the   sum  of   Thirty   Thousand | which none of the principal or'inter- Loil11 s"'01'1
($30,000.00)   Dollars, for such sums of .est  is in  arrears
money   as   may  be  required,  not less      Now  therefore  the Municipal  Coun-
than  $100.00  each,    or  an   equivalent'cll of the Corporation of the City of
proval   of  the   holders    thereof,    and   expressed   In   pounds   sterling  of  the j New Westminster enacts as follows-
Unlt-d Kingdom of Great Britain and I    1.    It shall be lawful for'th
Ireland      -.������-> ... .   ..
The following is .1   Isl    ' thi stieel*
and amount to be ��� 'v
under   the  provisions  0!   th ���   s Y
improvement  I), bent. ' I
Columbia street,  !la , ,
ment  I
Columbia street, GUI    '
Hill   	
Front   street	
Agnes  street   	
Dufferin   Btreei   	
.McKenzie street  	
Lorne street   	
First street   	
Second street   	
Third sireet	
Fourth   street   	
Fifth   street	
Seventh street	
Eighth street	
Nanaimo streel   	
Twelfth streei  ....
Thirteenth sir. ei ...
Fourie. nth stre t	
Hamilton street  	
Dublin   street   	
Edlnl tiigli  stre.-i   	
London   sireet	
Tenth streel	
Alberta street	
1,61*1
609 I
3.000
2,.
60)
S600
1,600
Y
2,1 I
1,601
City Clerk.
shall have attached to them coui ons
for the payment of Interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
ihe amount thereof, which interest
shall be payable half yearly on tihe
first of January and tlie first day of
July, In each and every year, and the
said coupons shall be signed by the
said  Mayor.
4. A special rate on Ihe dollar
shall be lev-led and raised in each
vear, in addition to all other rates,
on all rateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the Interest on the
debentures, and to creat.,. a sinking
fund for the payment of the principal
thereof when due, subject to any Act
or enactment respecting the same.
5. Subject as aforesaid, there Shall
be raised annually by special rates
as aforesaid, during tlie currency of
the said debentures, the sum of
Eleven Thousand Seven Hundred
($11,700) Dollars for the payment Of
interest thareon. and tbe sum of Two
Thousand and Seventy-Four and 52-
100   ($2074.52)   Dollars to  provide  for
Mayor, the repayment of the principal.
Royal avenue ���
Queen's avenue
Fifth 11 venue .
Fourth avenue
Sixth avenue .
Mayor and countersigned by tne
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the. first dav of July 1959,
at such place or places as the Council of the snld Corporation may from
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders thereof, and
shall have attached to them coupons
for the payment of interest at the
rate of five per centum
Total
.in"
���y>
,-'\
.,,, 1
30��
3,000
2,500
1.'I
1.000
;.'"'
l.i*
Y1
I.f
5��U
and H��
and,    at  a  value  of  4.866  to the of the said  City to raise by wav of Seventh av''"m'
pound  sterling;  and all  such debent-,loan from anv person or nersona Ihod.  E1K,lth avenue ���������   ���
ures   shall  ibe  sealed   with  the    Seal Or bodies corporate, who mav li�� will !Th,nl avenue	
of the    Corporation    signed  by    the ing to advance the same on the credit Ton,h aven"�� V ,"
of the debentures,    hereinafter men .Hospital street, Bian
tioned, anv  sum  or sun* of money, L.ch;,nan  avir'"1!:: '"
not exceeding in  the  whole tho sum iStpeC5ts  ^eneraili   ..
of One  Hundred  and Four Thousand
($104,000,000)   Dollars    and  to  cause
the same to he paid Into the Treasury
of the said City for the purposes mentioned   herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentu,-r,H
to be made, not exceeding in the
whole the sum of  On,.   Hundred   and
per annum on  Four Thousand   ($104,000.00)    Dollars  ti/Yi.., nf Ww \\'v'i��llM'Y
the   amount   thereof,     which   Interest  for    snrh    Ruin*   nf    -������ uoiiars  the- City or .v w w  ,., .   ,v Tlifli'Y,
uJ.11   v.��  --..���, 1    .   ,.     ""a   inoeroB. nor    sunn    sums    or    money    as mav  h.  in-in  tho sum of  iwem.)     ,,lirn0!��
shall  be paya; le half yearly  on  tho b.    remiired.    not    lo*. *_.. ..,'"���_ ?Ll��S?- 55?  A',,   for  tte
first of January a
July, In each and
__!_ Mayor��� ^  "" "^ by tto -'Kingdom 0f   Great    Britain    and 'provement "of  sai-l-a
4    A    special    r,-  -   -     ��� -  _ Ire,a .d'. a. a va'^  ?�� 4.8fiG  to  the th_   CUv   thai   a   public    ����,.���,_
shall   be   levied   an
year    In  ,-WldltIon   to  all   other  rates, of  the    Corporation    �� iv��� ,1   ,,.     ���,���  ,Y"i',tv>,	
on all rateable property of the City, Mayor    and    countersign^!    K    S_ 't/whS H appea.   thttl
Incinerator Debenture 8.
LawJ��
A By-lttw to enable the CO    ^
stud
vith   the
Signed by
lterslgned    by
|tl|
nr
ol
.l!(*
|| t.   I .HUFSDAY. AUGUST 12
1909.
THE  DAILY   NEWS.
PAGE   __V_.N.
____________________n i   ibe   sH-id"
avoided,   ������������ *��� dl)  o�� I|l(,  corpora- 2,500,000  shares  of
debentures should   be fully paid up. ���	
Iator that amount. I    C-M The name of  the HUte, stream!occupied by the proposed works win
I  Y   wnereas, lor the pay mm. onor  B0UrCe   (lt   unnamed,  the  descrip- not exo
$l.ou    eai
nt of diversion and
about  300 feet.  (.1)
Crown  lan 1  int, nde I to   be
Al
Pi
1'   ed Jun,
S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.
6th,  1909,
,n,i   \\ iii-pp ���'->���  ""   ---   *   ���  _     _    ,.-,-���   ���,     .-    ���p   '"���=   ���"^���"-���'i'- ���"- cAiieeu   .;_..  acres,     (kl   TliL  no- |                               asl   Range  One
i���    ���'������   ""   !",'   d,,U,"     tnlY ZnilY"1   V     UlUYU,'a     ':"":    " ""   the   7th   day   ot i.. '                          al   John   Johnson    ol
,.       ' ��*���� YZlnHZlY-il       ."onll^lb '    e"'":"; d application    rtl   b. J         -   B. c, occupation,    sales
,,-inking innd I<h 'he l^>  iM.shlloet river,  .N<.r.h    Arm Burrard Commissioner  on   the |��*>. intend, to apply for
of i      aid debentures when di��, iniet (Indian River) at or about fou . ,., ,   1909,                  u..-___��� _____
VAST INCREASE
IN GRAIN CROP
MADE IN CANADA
|t Will be nt''-;.
Bsary
rates,
in a
    _   to raise by special
tilii on to all other rati s,
the currency of tha
pi-rmissioi
(1)   Give
addresses of any ri
miles  from  Us  mouth.     	
(C. Tho  point  of  division  is  about'        n proprietoriTo.licenses who or, . ^^^_r ,.  _
five  miles   torn   the  junction  of said        - .... ik.ly to be affected ,.n        shore of John island, an is-
II        '   '  '"��� SIh"<.'1^i v seven Y'Z    ..Ul BaId,_Ver-. :b>' ^ lJW""st'1  w��rks,  either  abov.
S One Hundred and Seventy-seven     (d). The quantity of water applied .01 outlet     H   F   Dk-kins,
���        1 $1177.30) Dollars. jfor   (In cubic    feet  per second;,  1;,., Vancouver 1: c
And, Whereas, in order to raise tne ���    ])l(, R.et per WCOIld J^    Momorandum  of
, , ,;,l, ,,11.1 of One lhousand uej    (e).  lhe    character of    the    pro-1 Association of the Company    which
mmdred and Seventy-even and 8U-J-UU posed works is the diversion ol said  authorized   the   proposed   application
-;;���,   Dollars an equal  special rate (.reek by mean8 of dan,r t]ltcll_ n,Jln,   .l,���, works  readg ag fol[ow
'  'tlie ib,liar will  he required   to  DO natural waterways, tunnels and pip.8       I I)    The
Jaded on it"- w!lole rateable property and  the eBtabll��h_nent In connection
I5ti__ City of New Westminster; therewith of a water power plant  for
Anil   Wlier,as,  the  whole rateable the generation of   electricity  for m-
f the said City, according chanlcal,   industrial
to  purchase  the   following  descriibfco
lai
( ommenclng  at  a   post   planted  ol
c,)eltv ot tne _"u  v,.,;, ��� jMcnanicai,    lnuiisinai    and commercial powej   by records 0
1      -''-st  revised _ assessment __roli  purposes  and  particularly  in  the op-iter or by the
t�� tne
Hereof is *��v
Millions, Three  Hun
_______     s:
objects for    which    the J
Companj is established and to which!
ta  the  Company  are    restricted1
an- thv acquisition of water and water
 unrecorded   wa-
^^^ ^^^ .   .      purchas,. of water re-
eration  of motors, machinery, electric (cords or water privileges for la) Conks structlng,  operating  and  maintaining
r electric  works,  power  houses,   gener-
ar_ suitable and available. atlng plant and such other apjiliances
(f). The    premises    on   which   tnejand  conveniences  as    are  necessary
'and proper for the generating of electricity, or electric power, or any other
and between Kees island and Davies
"iand.      Dated, June 6th,  1909.    Ap-
for  the  whole  island, containing 60 acres more or less
JOHN   JOHNSON,
Per  S.  H.   FORD, Agent.
Dated June Gth. 1909.
Canadian Fields Will This
Year Yield 50,000,UU0
Bushels More Than Last.
dred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four,]jgnin-    tramways    and other"worki
-   und   Forty-Five   ($5,391,445.- ,fo_ w},jch such  ljgnt_  t,eat and p-we
H an dred
001 Dollars.
Anil  Whereas, the total amount of
tb; existing    debenture debt of the,        . [g , generate
^dCit,  Is One Million^  Two iHun- electTlc ��� ���t    and    h(.a.
dredan.l Nineteen Thousand On J un   trMU        ���  h��� fa
�����kHJ1.2I9.ioO.OO) dollars Irrespective turI���
��, ���le ,,,,1,  of   Three   Hundred    and
1 , v-K,_.i     Thousand     ($378,000.. ��    .
Seventy-Ke-ibi      1 u-usmra     vf-.=,vvv.. app,led
M) Dollars ProPOfedto Je ra-sed un-       L) Jf wa|(,r jor
der:hl. -lospnal  Debentur^ Uy-law op  ]nii)
jwlW?, t?ei!te^_i���J.^e.nln^!turned  to some natural channel, and
the    difference    in    altitude  between
form   ���   iievi-lo],ed   power,    and     for
and all and every industrial or  transmitting the same  to he used  by
r   purposes   to   which   it may   be I '^e Company or by  persons or corn-
District of Ooast  liange One.
lake noiice that James Watson ol
Vancouver, a C., occupation, fanner.
Intends to apply for permission to pur.
chase  the  following  described  lands: ,      .    ,     , ^_
Commencing at a post planted on|a"(i the Sequent showers during ihe
the northeasi   shore of    owl Island, month of July proved very helpful to
Dated June 6th, 1909.      Applying for Uhe crop and only a very few  local.
whole island, containing 160 acres   tj
Winnipeg, Aug.    ll.���According to
the bulletins Issued by the census aud
statistical office at Ottawa yesterday
tlie grain yield for tbia year Will exceed that of last year by almost _o,-
000,000 bushels.
For Manitoba, Saskatchewan and
Alberta the estimated yield for this
season is placed at 1 .",7,404,000 bushels, as against 110,.24,000 last year.
Tbe timely ruins at thv end oi June,
th
more or less      	
JAMES   W'ATSO.N,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June (ith, 1909.
the  croi)   WU!>
READY FOR USE IN ANY QUANTITY
For making SOAP. toft.ning water, removing old paint, disinfecting ��inki,
clo��et��   and draint and for .many other
A can equal* 20 Iba. Sal Soda,
So Id Everyu-herr.
E. W. GILLETT CO., LTD.
-r _��� ���
lana*1    "at I'0'"1 ol    diversion  and  point of    re-
1909,       O     [urn Thf_   wate_   j.   t���   b.   re,uril,i
to   the   North   Ann   ol   Burrard   Inlet
at or m.-ar the place where the pres-
muse of the applicant  is
         the  "Street
ijyjaw  1909,"    the    '-Incinerator   De-
benture Bj law  1909," and the  "C'ty
Gaol   Debenture    By-law
rt.h none of the principal or Inter-
���t is in  an. ars.
Now therefore the Municipal  Coun-
_l'of the Corporation of the City of
veW WestmlnBter enacts as follows:
, 1,   it shall be lawful for the Mayo-
1 of the H 'ity 10     ^^^^^^^
loan from any person or pp-rsons, hod.
or lodies corporate, who may be will ^^^^^^^^^
tag to advance the same on the Credit  work"  will  not  exceed  SO acres
0f the debentures,    hereinafter  mentioned, any  sum  or sums  of   money,
not exceeding in  the  whole the sum
0[ Twenty   lhousand  ($20,000.00)  Dol
panivs contracting with tin- company
therefor, as a motive power for the
operating of motors, machinery or
electric lighting or other works or to |���__Yan<r0Uver
be applied by the Companv to con-
sum, rs for heating or as a motive
power f,,r propelling tramways, or for
driving, hauling, lifting, pumping,
lighting, crushing,    smelting, drilling
District of Coast  liange One.
Take noiice that Bergeta Anderson,
int- nils to apply for permission to pur-
11. C, occupation, lady,
chase the following described lands.
Commencing at a post planted In
the bay at northwest corner of Maud
island, the largest island ln the Indian group. Dated June 6th, 1909.
Applying  for the  whole  island,   con-
.,,.     .       11 ,   ,.     ...     -j,,,,   ,  ,,r taining GO acres more or less.
tions to which it may he adapted or | b     BKRGi;TA ANl/j-RSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
BULK HAND GANG
CAUGHT BT HUM
One   Member of  Gang of  Desperadoes
Gets  Sentence  of  Twenty eight
Years.
and   milling or  for  any  otle'r opera-
sUuateil.1'' The" differ.ncr^n"^^ Ito be us'd vor 8U',l,1'fd for w "*" c?n 	
tion  between  point of divei_ion    and l�������� *$<^ I%^rYc��%Z\    D^ed June Cth. 1909.
__;_'b." way'of POW of return is about 2200 feet.      i^^'Splle-'or ^SS "(flTS 	
(jl.   itie  ar.-a   01   Crown   laud     .11-  renj^iug   war,er   and   water    power!    District of Coast  Range One
tended to be occupied by the proposed '
Ik)   This    11  ii ��� jtrihution by erecting dam-, increasing jof  Vancouver,   B.   C,  occupation,  far-
1" th 14th ii;n, "iothb I,'r_��L';if0ai���iv i,h" h":ul of water ln an-v existing I "ier, intends to apply for permission lis 22.07 bushels per acre, which make_
1909' and -idi lie _i,,n will I rn...1 to body ��f Water' or exten,li"g the area to purchase the following described an aggregate of 1-59,662,000 bushels.
the bZmlM oner on I 20th dav '    there��f- dl"^��� ^e waters of an.   lands: Spring and autumn wheat in the flve
int commissioner on the <iuth Hay ofl8tream, pond or lake into any other!    Commencing  at  a   post  planted  in  pro
ies  were found  wher
below  the average.
Autumn wheat has done w-ell in the
parts of Ontario where it is t-tiieii.,
grown. it was cut early and Sadi
|_red in Bne condition. Reports 01
threshing already made show averages ranging from In in _ bushels
per acre, and the estimated average
for the piovince is _. l-_ bushels for
an area of 5.1,000 acres In crop.
Ah erta is the only other province
growing a considerable quantity ol
autuimi wheat, and ther.. fully one-
third of the aiva shown was killed |J>
tlle hard winter weather. The .1,000
acres harvested bas an estimated
yield of l.i-i bushels per acre. 11
was   too  early  at   the end  Ot July   to
get estimates of spring graius for the,   ���. ,, ���        ...
1       1.��� ,       .      ,,    ,   ,  1 ants and  members of   ns  gang  were
mariUme provinces   but tor  Quebec-\ a twenty-five years,
Ontario,  Manitoba   Saskatchewan  and  f     sem���nC[.s ya^ln    with th. J^J,
Alberta with an area of 7,022,200 acres
I iu  spring  wheat   the  estimated   yield j
New Haven, Conn., Aug. 11.���Calling hlm the uiosi desperate and dangerous criminal he bad ever come "'
contact with, Judge William H. WU-
lias today sentenced Vincenzo Saba-
tassae to twenty-eight years in states
prison, and all of Sabaiassae's Ueuten-
jcliannel  or channels,  laying or erect-.a  small  bay on  north shore of Bend [ bushels,
ing  any   line or  flume,  pipe  or  wire  Island.     Dated  June  6th,   1909.
lars and to cause the same to be paid  A,',US1'  �����
into the Tr.asury of the said City for       ih<-   Part   of     the   memorandum  ot
lie purposes  mentioned  herein. asosclatlon  of  the    company    which j0<)nsiructing anv raceways", reservoir, Iplying for the whole island, contain
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor authorizes the    Propped    applicaUon aqueduct   welr,'wheel,    building,    or ,Ing SO acres more or less.
to cause any   number  of   deb, ntur-s'and  works,  reads as follows: other erection or work which may be, FRANK JACOBSON,
to be made,    not  exceeding   in   the      Ci). The    objects   Tor    which    the required   In  connection   with  the lm-j Per s   H   j.-qrd   Agent
.... . the sim of Twenty  Tboupand company  is established aud to which provement and use of the said water j    Dated June Cth   1909
I.m,"...  (Dollars for such sums of objects    the company    are   restricted and   water power or by  altering,  re- '
money as may be required, not Iosb are   the    acquisition   of    waier    aud jnewing,  extending, improving,  repair-
thin .100.00 each,    or  an  equivalent 'water  powor .by   records of unrecord- ||nK  or  maintaining  anv such   works,
jvinees
expressed in j _unds  sterling  of  the ed   water or   by     the     purchase    ot 0r aRy part thereof.
1>'1'D.
A.  E.
VANOOUVER   POWER   CO'Y
(Signature.   F.   H.  W.   Hope,
Beck,  Directors.
J. V. Armstrong, Secretary.
P.  O. Address, Vancouver, B-U.
[Seal of the Vancouver Power Coy.,
Ltd.]
United Kingdom of Great Britain and  water   records    or    water    privileges
Ireland,   Bt  a  ��_lue   of   4.866   to   the  for.
pound sterling;  and all   such  dobe.it-1    (a).    Constructing,    operating    and:
ures shall  be sealed   with   the    a al  maintaining   electric     works,     power j
ol tlie   Corporation    feigned  by    the bouses,  generating   plant    and    such
Mayor   and    couniersigned     by     the  Other  appliances  and conveniences as
Treasurer thereot,  or   by   such  oth'-riare   necesasry   and    proper  for     the
person or persons as may  be  there- generating of electricity    or   electric
unto lawfully authorized, power,  or    any    othe  form    of    de-
3,   The    said  debentures   shall   be veloped   power,   and   for   transmitting
payable on the first day of July 1959, the sumo to be Used by the company
at such place er -/aces as the Coun- or by persons or companies contract-
cll ot the said _p,r,)<>ratlon may from  ing  with   the    company   therefor,   as
time to time appoint,    with  tbe ap-,a motive power for the operating <>f
proval of the holders     thereof,     and .motors,   niachin.ry,   or   electric   light-
shall have attache'! to them  coui>ons;ing or other works, or to be supplied
[for tlie payment of  interest    at   the iby   the   company   to   consumers     for
ratp of five per centum per annum on  heating or as a motive power for pro-
tli. amount thereof, which lnt< rest pelllng tramways, or for driving,
shall he payable half yearly on the 1 hauling, lifting, pumping, lighting,
first of January and tbe first day of crushing, smelting, drilling and mill-
July, In each and every year, and the ing or for any other operations to
said coupons shall be signed by the!which it may be adapted or to be j
said Mayor. used or supplied for or in connection '
4.  A   special    rate on  tht.  dollar  with   any   other  purposes    for  which
shall  be levied   and   raised   in   each  electricity   or   electric   power  may   be
ywr, In addition  to all  other  rates. |applied  or  1 .quired. j	
on nil rateable property of the City.      (g). For      rendering      water    audi    rjistr:ct of  Coast  Range One.
sufficient to pay the inter, st  on  the  water  power available  for  use, appli-     T.lke notiCe that Dora Anderson, ol
debentures, and  to create  a sink ng cation  and distribution    by    erecting Vancouver,,   II.    C, occupation, lady,
fund for n^ payment of the principal  dams, Increasing the head of water in , intends to apply for permiss.on to pur.
LAND   ACTS.
District  of  Coast  Range One.
Take noiice that O. B. Anderson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
and
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. C, occupation,
farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase 'he following de
scribed lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the north shore of Crib island. Dated
June 6th, 1909. Applying for the
whole island, containing 90 acres
more or less.
ADOLPH  O. JOHNSON,
Per S.  H.  FORD, Agent.
Dated June Gth, 1909.
New Westminster   Land  District,  District of New Westminster,
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
   (Vancouver,    occupation    farmer,    In-
Commencing at a post planted in a,tends to apply for permission to pur-
mall bay on north shore of Berrv is- chase  the   following  described   lands:
land,  dated  June 4th,  1909.      Apply- !    Commencing at  a   post  planted   at
ng  for  the  whole  Island,  containing Northeast  corner of lot 1469,  thence
100 acres more or less. south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains,
thence  north  to coast,  thence  follow-
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per  S.   H.   FORD,  Agent.
Dated  June 4ih, 1909.
ing the coast line   to point ol commencement
WILFRID  DOUGALL.
Per G. M. Dougali, Agent.
Dat.-d Julv 21st,  1909.
thereof when due, subject to any Act jany existing body  of  water, or   ex
orenactment respecting the same.       tending the area    thereof,    diverting
Subject as aforesaid, ther. shall ithe waters of any stream, pound    or
raised annually by special rates
�� aforesaid, during the currency of
tte said debentures, the sum of "One
thousand i$i.ooO-00) Dollars for the
Payment of Interest thereon and the
sum of One Hundred and Seventy-
seven ami 30-100 ($177.30) Dollars to
elm'    f"r !he rei)a-vmvnt of the Prtn-
6- The proceeds of ths sale of the
M'rt debentures shall b, applied a��
'01|o*s. and not otherwise: Towarns
Paying thP cost of the passing or
"is iiy.iaw and the issue and _a_
01 "if'del ..nture.   therein referred to.
t_ or s T!y law Bha11 take effect on
����� *5th. day of August 1909, _nd may
* p'ted _s the "Incinerator Debentur.
u>-law,  1909.''
8 This By-law before the final
Passing thereof, Bha_1 receive the as-
6 n "f the electors of the said City
,n the manner required by law.
on ,'Y ",1 ,he ass��nt of the el��ctors
0n_,hp day of 1909.
""considered and finally passed  in
^Council the day of	
lake Into any other channel or channels, laying or erecting any line or
flume, pipe or wire constructing any
raceway, reservoir, aqueduct, welr,
wheel, building or other PTectlon or
work which may be required In connection with the improvement and
use of the said water and water-
power or by altering, renewing, extending, improving, repairing or
maintaining any such works or any
part  thereof.
VANCOUVER POWER CO., LID.
Signature: F. 11. VV. Hope, A. K.
Beck, directors; J. V. Armstrong, sec-
ret��xy.
P.  O. Address,  Vancouver,  B. C.
[Seal of Vancouved Power Co.. Ltd.J
Cit
V Clerk.
Mayor.
Take
NOTICE.
notice that the above Is a
.h-hr<''n of t'"* P^POSed By-law
hv , ��� bp token lnto consideration
"> the Municipal Council of the City
th_ / Westminster one. month from
Jje date of the first publication there
Coi",,,0���"Oally News" and "Daly
2r     newspapers, "hl��h tint
tilTl   It   t0��k   P,ftc��  on   the   22nd.
In.   0   July 1909, and that a vot�� of
00 rtTSS of th* Clt* will be taken
" "he said   i-_~_.._   w.o    __   ..__
2f��th di,
proposed   bylaw on  the
houi.."-. <>f Au^st. 1909. between the
m   -t",f,nll.e ��'c,ock a-m- <">d ATe P-
Th'/' "10, Allowing places, _a_te:y:
the HZ Cha?ber. civic building;
Waterworks
street
___!__��� Hull,
Sapperton;    and  the
Storehouse,      Eleventh
W, A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
July  22nd.  1909.
WATER NOTICE.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice ls hereby given that an'application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license In the New Wesi minster Division of New Westminster District.
(a) The name, address and occupation of the applicant is the Vancouver Power Company, Limited, having
Its head office at rhe City of Vancouver,   British   Columbia,  and  having  a
chase the  following described  lands;
Commencing at a po-u planted on
the nortii shore of Klaoi'sis island, a
small Island south of Turner lsiand
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying tor
the whole island. 40 acres more or
ess.
DORA ANDERSON,
Peir  S.  H.  FORD.  Agent
Dated June 6th, 1909.
Di.trict  of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that John Olsen, ot
Vancouver, B. C., occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted in
bay at northwest corner of Davies
Island. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole island, containing  200  acres  more or less.
JOHN OLSBN,
Per  S.   H.   KORD,  Agent
Dated June tiih, 1909.
Re pari 11 acre) of southeast quarter of section 12, township 2, New
j Westminster  district.
Whereas proof of the loss of certificate of title number 1757a, issued in
uhe name of William Oleson, has been
! bled in this office.
Notice Is hereby given that I shall,
at the expiration of one month from
l'he date of the first publication hereof in a daily newspaper published in
the City of New Westminster, issue a
duplicate of the said certificate unless
in the meantime valid objection be
made to nie in writing.
VV. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
I��md   Registry   Office,     New   Westminster, H. ('., August  2, 1909.	
District of Coast Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing  at  a  post  planted ��n
,w,  _........ ,           the southeast shore in a small bay on
capita] of $2,500,000 divided into 2,-lcompton island. Dated June 4th,
500,000 shares at $1.00 each, all fully 1909. Applying for the whole lsiand,
paid  up.  (b)   The nam. of the lake, I containing SO acres more or less.
stream or source, Misldoet River,
North Arm, Burrard Inlet, (Indian
River), (c) The pelnt of diversion
ls situated about 12 miles from tno
mouth of the river, (d) The quantity
of water applied for in cubic feet per
second, 800. (e) The character of
the proposed works, a water power
plant for the generation of electricity
for merohanlcal, industrial and commercial purposes and particularly in
the operation of motors, maohiney,
electic   Ugh-ing.     the   operation     <" 1
which
RALPH  JACOBSON.
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th, 1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Jacob Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C., occupation, carpenter, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island
Dated, June 4th, 1909.      Applying for
CITY OF NEW WESTMiNSTEH
tramways and other works tor ""'""[the whole island, containing SO acres
such light, heat and power are sult"! more or less.
able and available. (f) The premises on which the water is to ofi
used is situated at or near high tide
mark at the mouth of the titer. IS'
The purposes for which the water IS
to be used is to generate electric power, light nnd heat for traction, Uph-
Ing  heating,   manufacturing and    ail
JACOB  JACOBSON,
Per  S.  H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June 4th. 1909.
TENDERS  FOR   STEEL   PIPE.
Tenders will be received by the undersigned, up to Monday, August 9,
at S:00 p.m., for supplying about 74,-
COO feet Of steel pipe, with an inside
diameter of 24 Inches, and about
16,000 feet of steel pipe with an inside diameter of 12 Inches.
Specifications may be seen at the
City Cb-rk's office, City Hall, or at
the oflhv of Messrs, Hermon & Bur-
well,  Vancouver,  B.  C.
A deposit of an amount equal to
five per cent, of the contract price
nniHt be made with each tender, by
marked cheque payable to the City
Treasurer.
The lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.
W. A   DUNCAN.
City  Clerk.
City Hall, New Westminster, B. C.
July 10,  1909.
The tlmo for receiving tenders as
above has been extended until August 16, at 8 p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
NOTICE.
Million u-ii   ,r��by Blven tnRt ��* ftP-:and every industrial or other purposes
"f  th- "'tv .'  be.made under Part V.  to  which   It   mav   be   applied,    (i)   If  purchase
a li
District of Coast  Range One.
Take  notice   that   Albert   Hum,  of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation   farmer,  	
Intends    to apply    for permission  to |an(j    booming   grounds   In
Notice is hereby given that the
"Pitt River Lumber Company, Limited," having applied to His Excellency the Governor-General In Council
for the approval of a certain site for
the   construction    of    certain    booms
the   Pitt
censr
water   Act,   1909,"   to  obtain  the water is to be need for power W lands.  ���.._,,   rluvlI1(.P   ���,   ���,,,,������   wl___.
���n  tbe    New  Westminster,mining   purposes  describe   the   place f    Commencing  at a  post  planted  m Ibla., have deposited with the Honora-
the     following     described jRlver   ln  the D|8trlct of New West.
minster,   Province   of   British   Coluin-
saow a total of 175,220,000
grown ou 7,iiS4Y>0 acres.
Ap- I List year the area in wheat in the
Same provinces was 6,010,.00 acres,
and the estimated yield at the same
date 130,263,000 bushels. For Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta the
estimated yield this year is 157,464,- j
000 bushels, as stated above.
The barley crop of th_ five provinces bas an ar..a of 1,346,900 acivs,
as compared with 1,726,700 acres last
year, and an estimated yield of 57,-
722,000 bu-hels as compared with 51,-
690,000 bushels at the same date last
year. For the three northwest provinces the estimated yield is 34,553,000
bushels, as compared with 28,597,000
bushels  last year.
The estimated yield of hay and
clover is 8,984,000 tons.
Canadian Pacific Railway Co,
British Columbia Coast Line
Service.
TIME TABLE
ANCOUVER    VICTORIA    SEAITLE
ROUTE.
S.S Princess Victoria leaves Van-
louver li p.m., going direct to Senile   dally  except   Wednesday.
S.S. Charmer leaves Vancouver t
.111., daily for Victoria.
SS. Pti'n ess Charlotte leaves Van
.ouver, 10 a.m. daily, except Friday
or Victoria.
ity of the offense. ^^^^^^^^^^^^
SabataSsae was the leader of a
Black band band which has terrorized
Connecticut and especially the large
Italian section of New Haven for the
past five years. He had been convicted of murder in Italy, but had escaped
to New York. Throughout the trial a
baudsome Italian woman, Annie Tad-
deo, cauie daily to see Sabatassae and
th�� best lawyers procurable appeared
for him and the other members of the
gang. When Sabatassae was sentenced
ihe woman broke down.
His connection with the many Black
Hand cases was discovered through
the dream of Etta Cocvalu, the widow
of an Italian who bad kept a "fence"
at a farm in the town of Orange. After b's death the Italians continued
to come there and leave bundles which
she never opened. One night she had a
dream tbat Frank Guido, a member
of the gang, with four others, bound
and robbed in Italian who was possessed of a large sum of money. She
asked Guido the next day about it
and he confessed to her. In great
fear she told the police, and by following Guido they procured the evidence which convicted Sabatassae and
all bis gang.
Civic War in Montreal.
Montreal, Aug. 11.���Aid. Giroux,
chairman of the civic road committee
this afternoon succeeded in forcing
through the dty council reports recommending the giving Of contracts
for paving streets and sidewalks to
the extent of $1,300,000. Ther- has
been big opposition to the reports.
S.S.  Trader  Will   leave  Victoria for
New Westminster every Tuesday.
Leaves  New  Westminster on
nesday.
We.
WEST COAST ROUTE.
S.S. Tees.
Leaves Victoria 1) p in. 1st and 14th
ea :h month for Quatsino and way
poits; twentieth of each month tor
Aheu<p.i, Quaisino, Cape Scott and
way ports.
VANCOUVER NANAIMO  rtOUTE.
S.S. Joan.
Leave Vancouver 2 p.m. dally, except Sunday. Leaves Nanaimo at 7
a.m.
ALASKA ROUTE.
Princess Royal, Leaves Vancouver
une 25 and July 9.
Princivs May leaves Vancouver
une IS and July 2.
NORTHERN  B. C. ROUTE.
Princess Beatrice leaves Vancouver
June 13 and July 3.
B.C.   COAST   MAIL   SERVICE.
SS.  Queen  City   leaves    Vancouver
June 14 and 27, and every two weeks
thereafter.
For   reservations    and    Information
call  or  address
ED.  GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster
C.   B.  FOSTER,
Asst.  Gen.  Pa-s.  Agent,  Vancouver.
J.  W.  TROUP,
General Superintendent  virtona
ble the Minister of Public Works, at
Ottawa, plans of said booms and
booming grounds, together with a description of the site thereof, nnd have
also deposited a duplicate of each In
the office of the Registrar.of Deeds
for the said District of New Westminster, in which district said works
nre proposed to he constructed, in accordance with tbe requirements of
Section 7 of the "Navigable Waters
Protection Act," Chapter 115, Revised
Statutes of Canada, 1906.
Dated June 21. 1909.
WHITESIDE   &   EDMONDS,
Solicitors for
Pitt River Lumber Co., Ltd.
LAND   REGISTRY   ACT.
Take notice that an application has
beqp made to register Annie Ryder
as the owner in fee simple, under a
tax sale deed from Sidney A. Fletcher
to Annie Ryder, bearing date the Wth
day of October, A. D, 1906 Of all and
singular that certain parcel or tract
of land and premises situate, lying
and being In the d strict of New
Westminster, in the province of British Columbia, more particularly
known and described as Lot 23, Block
1; Lots 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 4; Lots
1,  S,  9,  16  and   17,  Block  (;   Lots 4,
5, 12, 13 and 20, Block 9; Lots 1, 8, 9,
16 and 17, Block 10; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16
and 17, Block 12; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13 and
20, Block Ki; Lots 1, 8, 9, 16 and 17,
Block 14; Lots 1, S, 9, 16 and 17,
Block 16; Lots 4, 5, and 20, Block 17;
Lots  1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 18; Lot
6, Block 21, all subdivisions of Lot
203, Group 1. Lota 10, 11, 12, 13, 14
and 15. Block "K ' subdivision of Lot
.OS. Group 1. Lots 24, 25, 26, 27, 31
and 32, Block 1; Ixils 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7,
10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15,1s, 19 and 20,
Block 4; Lot 16, Block 5; Lots 1, 8, 9
16 and 17, Block 15; Lots 4, 5, 12, 13
and 20, Block 9, subdivision of Lot
203, Group 1. Lot 7, Block 4 of
!xn  227, Group 1,  Map 174.
You and those claiming through or
under you and all persons claiming
any interest in the said laud by virtue
of any unregistered instrument, and
all persons claiming any interest in
the said land by descent, whose title
is not. registered under the provisions
of th�� "land Registry Act,'' are re-
uiiired to contest the claim of the tax
purchaser within twenty days from
the date of first publication of this
notice upon you, and In default of a
caveat or certificate of lis pendens
being filed within such period, or in
default of redemption before registration, you and each of you will be
forever estopped and debarred from
setting up any claim to or in respect
of the, said land, and I shall register
Annie Ryder as owner thereof in fee.
And I hereby order that publication
of this notice for twenty days in a
daily newspaper published in New
Westmi. ster will be good ami sufficient  service thereof.
Dated at the Land Registry Office,
New Westminster, Province of British
( .lumbla. this 4th dav of August, A.
D., 1909.
W. S. KEITH,
District   Registrar.
To Charlotte Cooper, James Anderson Laldlaw, J, Laldlaw Estate,
Oeorge F. Wells, William Marchant
Smith, Edward James Thaln.
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THE  DAILY NEWS,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 12, i909
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Simply
Means
This���
that you will have
to hurry if you
wish to take advantage of a good
thing, and also if
you wish to benefit
by our special offer in
Crockery
We have a few
odds and ends left
that we are clearing off. Call and
see our special cuts
in Dinnerware. If
you want anything
in this line or in
the grocery line
you will never do
any better than at
PUBLIC SUPPLY STORES
ODD FELLOWS' BLOCK.
GEO. ADAMS, Prop
THE FRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
'SPECIALISTS.
THE very fact that there are
more Great  Majestic Malleable and  Charcoal Iron  Ran_ei
sold than any other range on the
market, is proof positive that it is
the best.
Don't You Want the Best?
The Great Majestic Range lasts
three times as long as a cheap
range, but it doesn't cost three
times as much.
ANDERSON    &    LUSBY,
Columbia Street.
City News
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
OPENS AUGUST
16th.
Enroll Today
CALL AT OUR OFFICE, 610 COLUMBIA STREET FROM 2 TO 4:30 AND
LET US TALK OVER THE ADVISABILITY OF GIVING THAT SON OR
DAUGHTER A BUSINESS TRAINING THIS TERM.
414
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal and Manager
FOURTH        AVENUE.
There will be a meeting of the B. C.
Hardware Association in the board of
j trade room this evening.
Everything for the garden at Tidy's
phone 1S4. ����� II
For first-class cut flowers and any
kind of Floral work, teleohone Davie..
Greenhouse, R20S. �����
Cedar Cottage Presbyterian church
holds a Sunday school picnic at
Queen's park  today.
That light, delicious, wholesome
bread you so much enjo/ed at yojir
friend's bouse was mad. with Kolas
Hood Flour. ������
Secretary Wade of the board Of
trade weni up to Port Haney la-t evening to speak on the format leu of a
board of trade for the municipality of
Maple Ridge.
J. Corgill, of Prince Rupert, a mem
ber of the auctioneering linn whieli
held the first public sale in the north
ern town, was in the city yeterday
and reports business progressing favorably, with promise of Immediate
development.
Buy Diehard   lands   while  'hey   uiv
cheap anj become independent.     We
are th_ official agents of The Western
Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Let
us tell you about their choice holdings
at  Appleland.     A new townsite and'
fruit  district    along the  line of    tlu-
B.  C.  Electric  Chilliwack  line and  V..
:V. & E. Cloverdale to Sumas Railway. I
This section excells in the production I
of all fruits.    Come at once while the
best lands are selling cheap and lei us ;
show you this section at our expense.
\Ye  can   sell    five,'ten,    fifteen  and i
twenty acre tracts on easy terms.     J-', j
J.  Hart   A:  Co.,  Ltd. ����� J
Dr. A. D. Buchanan, of this city, has
taken   his   saddle   horse    Rex   io   the i
Vancouver  horse   show,   which   opens |
tomorrow.     Rex is entered in the sad-
die class for 15 1-2 hands and under. ;
and  also in  the jumping class.      At
the  spring  show  Dr.  Buchanan  won
two prizes with his saddle horse Nar-
ator.
Don't miss seeing the "eighth won-
!d_r of the world," the salmon fishing
On  the Eraser river, during ilie present season; the greatest in four years. I
Thousands upon  thousands of fish to I
be seen. Visit the canneries at Steves- :
Iton.     The S.S. Transfer leaves Brack.!
man-Ker's wharf daily at  3  p.m, ex-!
|cept     Saturday,    when     the   steamer i
'leaves at 1 p.m., returning same day.
]One dollar return.      On    Sundays  a;
special    excursion  to   Steveston   and
i return is made,  remaining at Steves-
''ton  about    an    hour    and    a    halt.'
i Steamer  leaves  B.   C.   Electric  wharf
i at _ p.m., arriving back at New Westminster at S  p.m.      P^are, one dollar
return. ** I
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USE
MUIR'S MOSQUITO OIL
TO  KEEP THE  MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
WORK BEGINS ON
I HOWE MONUMENT
Shaft  to    Honor    Memory    of Three
Brothers Whose  Inventions Are
of Great  Utility.
LADIES:
We have a large and up-to-date assortment of girls' and misses'  dresses  in  sizes  up  to IP years.      Prices from T.c up.
Ladies   blouses   ranging np  to lii.uT,  to clear at, each   ...,95c
Boston, Aug. 11.���Within a few-
days work will b-_ begun on the foundation- for the monument which is to
be erected to the three Howes, inventors, all of the same family, who
were born in Spencer in the south
part  of town.
The monument, which is being modeled by Paul Winters Morris, of New
|York, will occupy a position in the
grass plot iia front of the town hull.
It hears upon its face bronze portrait
jmedallionp of the three inventors of
the sewing machine���William Howe,
inventor of the truss bridge, and Tyler Howe, inventor of the spring
bed.
Fire at Hanlan's Point.
Toronto, Ont., Aug. 11.���An unidentified   young   woman    was   burned   to
death, another perhaps fatally burned, II
and property damage of $500,000 was,|
caused   i.y  a   file   ihat  swept   through
Hanlan's  island,    an    amiis-iikiih   resort,  two  miles  across  the   bay  from
Toronto,  yesterday  afternoon,
I
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Town of Brewster Burned.
Spokane, Aug. 11.���Fire of unkonwn |
origin   early   this   morning   wiped   out
the entire  business  section of  Brewster,  cm   th,.  Columbia    river,  sixty
miles  above  W.-natchee,  entailing  an ',
estimated loss of $60,000.     For a time '
the  entire (own  was threatened,  but j
volunteers finally managed to get the
fire under control after a fight lasting
four  hours.       The   ti'V   started   about
2 o'clock this morniig and raged for
four hours.
Model Sign Works
SIGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block, Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. P. Young. Prop.
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FOR SALE.
! Blacksmith   Shop J
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladles and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. ui.
AND
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. j
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STORE CLOSES 5 P-M. DAILY  EXCEPT SATURDAY.
AUGUST'S
LOW PRICES
On All Summer Lines
MEAN A GREAT SAVING TO YOU
Every department is vigorously endeavoring tc clear
out the odds and ends this month. Today's list
shows distinctly the underpricing now being adopted
15  PIECES  PLAIN AND  FANCY
DRESS  GOODS,
25c   PER  YARD.
Regular 35c to 60c.
Plain and fancy lustres, mixed
tweeds, plaids, black ami white
checks, etc., in good popular shades.
.Materials are most appropriate for
children's school dresses, ladies'
skirts, etc. Rp-gular values Hue to
title.  Your choice per yard    25c
250  PAIR  OF
LADIES'  FANCY   HOSE,
50c PER PAIR
Regular 60c to 75c Values.
Tan, black, grey and white lace
hose, embroidered hose, in tan, black,
grey and plain; lisl-_ hose heavy in
weight, many shades of tan, Champagne, grey, cardinal, pink, sky and
black and white; Sizes li 4-1. 9, . 1-
and 10 inches. Regular 60c to 75c,
to clear,  per  pair 50c
SEMI-READY   PRINCESS   ROBES
AT HALF PRICE
Mull and linen princess robe sets
that can I>L. made up with very little
trouble. Four only left. Regular
values $11, $1_ and $1_ Ou sale,
$5.50, $6.00' and $9 00.
EMBROIDERED    WAIST    LENGTHS,
HALF  PRICE
Ten only, mull and India lim-n waist
lengths an I linen fronts embroidered
in fancy designs. Insertion to match
for coljars and cuffs. Regular valu.s
$1.50 to $3.50, On sale at on half
price 75c to $1.75
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SEPTEMBER   BUTTERICK
PATTERNS  AND   DELINEATORS
are now on sale in the Pattern Dp
ment..      Pattern  stock  is again
jili-te.     Full   stock     of    reorder    patterns now    in.      New    counter ca .-
logues now ready for use. "Butti
Fashions,"   the   most   popular   B itb
Ick publication now before the I' ���
on sale, each 25c
LADIES 'WHITE
LAWN   KIMONAS,
$125  EACH
Attractively made of durable quality. Thes,- klmonas should prove
very serviceable and popular M
from fine lawn and trimmed with band
of insertion. Sleeves are full and
loug.
WELCOME   REDUCTIONS ON
LADIES' WHITEWEAR
Reductions which spuii a dlstin i
saving to lovers of fine whit,- underwear.
LADIES'  UNDERSKIRTS,  mail* ol
fine English cambric and long cl
regular   value   $l..r>(l  and   $1 75.    Sa -
price, each $1.25
LADIES'  CAMBRIC
NIGHT GOWNS
Regular    values    $1.50,
{1.75.      Sale price, each  ,
11.65
61 75
LADIES   FINE   LACE
CORSET  COVERS.
Exceptionally   fine    trimming   '
for yoke and  neck  finish,      All
Regular  values $1.50 and  $1.75   SaK'
price, each $1--fj
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. S. COLLISTER & CO
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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