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INSURANCE
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Doited Btatei offlci
paid to th<   I    S. S   Colo    I
iin  mu-  cruiser,  nov   belli    B   ���
up- ;.i  .-. ��� i.        ,o agi   '.    hi    '    '
On Thimtda;    in   Washington Shei
in-    Assoclatloi     lookei     afte     |
Superin   nden   oi   Forestry
Of Work of
His Depa ��� ment.
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ALBERTANS Wl       {CITY goes as part       iqjy GETS TITLES
VISE! ROYAL CITy!     iiUakantok to minds
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Prai
am    Premier of
'     ina   Will Be
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TO INDIAN RESERVES
Along   With     Vancouver    and   North
Vancouver Backs ss.ooo.ooo issue    Mayor Makes Important An-
nouncement -Many   Matters Before Council
For  New  Railway.
M          Kear authorlz
te                           tin ���   thi   council,
tha '          ivincial
govern ������
...      .,             . ...
Rail' .   -                        Import              ing aecumul
nn' company',  the ord             for I            inn
bond  to the amoui
 ' wenty-l
' ir tho
. ��� -.
th "th   re-
��� ��� it...Ii.l I I _ -l'���.,,.Itl. ii.. II       L_...
���   on    : ���   v ,v   .,   thi     aften
|j.. fo   no   ii-v than  idgbi   Boeing  trlpi   li   automobll -   u
a., :    ,   wi  ���������   i.p-rniisHio.   to  _ake��   Dnioi    i.m:    Washington   and
i h.   Brunem   oth ���   placet  ol  Interest, v.-hn,. ��
I, ..   .- ,,    concessions   evenl��_    he;   wi -,   entertained i     hi
e fit to i rani    Alhamnra thi
agi  ii would be      '���''   ���'"'"' '      '" !     wen     agal
, 1.1..    i..-i rri   guestt o     h    . oshlmgtoi   SI"".:
ud   a    solldi   ""   *��clation   and i   trli   ��������� ai  mad   oi
9S   Chippewa   to   Be llngham    where
���    ���    ii       : - u    v tl    'i'-   s: 'mom   traps     * ��� ������.   vlsli id   the
as 1     ...      v        ������' rs loi     ,   w    -i     >,     |. i
|:. mi M ist a u   ii,,   trlBiton   fron   fl i
I '.���-:,. ranchers ol '-'
wat read and     Tl,(   Natieaal   Prison.    Ooi      > ������   '��� 'Ch damag    :"'���:���  dm   ���  tlw damp
|   ��� > v :   mei    :   thi   being  convened for  th    14th   aeveral
���c      ". ���    .. ���   roll    would be "'   ; '   ���:"    "s sti   s   ovei   thi
pi !���   Hi v   flrsl   year   and   al govrnment  being r presented bj V
���-.' : ���      ���:..;...i.     P        '    v.:   Inspector ol thi   D >mli
ii.-.--
. pi
"-���������      ring the  Forests
,,-.. ...     \,    , impbell
-���il   In .-.    .' i"   o   worl   on
     '   ��� "in" ction > 'ith  -���   ��������� il i
.....      ...    ,,    foi
..   ...   inj   ,.
Hi,   movement for Irrlga Ion
ti    i    Dall       v
po ter yesterday "B imp el   ������
���     on   lm   oi  thi   work  oi   th<   de.
,,        ||    iii    ,,-.   ,,.. ���       Thi   pro
...      i      ., ...      ,,    b    Isl   .'"
lumbii  it| .in - Bre b lb beei
da i    i   the    department   for
11,1,1.'        ������;, -      i,iv    Ml.      pa     0
be    ' ei   Impro ei   and  enlai -��� ���    U
-.ii.-!   i,i   exton    :i.,    not   des -uc    ���
Brei   an   i.-v   even   In   tin   wo
���   isoi ' 'hi     ��� 'v-   i ' indeni    tin"
, .i ovi      hi    an      and
��� -sons   kn< i ledgi   lindin
bli   "p-     cond   "iii-- wen,   grea '.    ex
aggeratei   ai    i     damagi    dom   ani
hough ii,, destruction lasi was light,
i . he -.   wai  tv   nearly as
li    hi   i
ll, ......       ,,,,     i, V   |, .    .     ���
-"-"      ii   ���     "...    ��� '     be ' "	
-. ������      trom
b
"-     .  '    ll
the lan I    li   It
"'   "���' -������ ���  ot th constructi I
lin    :-       ���     '     -  '     mining
 Imi "   lands. Thi   : nn   iti   ��� I
pro;.-.    .    -.   v.  ,. ,,
am   Hon ""   ".''Y;   tl   "   I
i     Rti ' e fo      wil   - "    .   "    I  '' "'" wires 1     I      Va       riv
b      afte       ��       ' .;' "'    N -    We i tl	
drlvei  " ouni   thi  c Is  -ic   b ' '   , ' , '"". "   "'���   ""' i ���' ,:'; -   to thi Ini
Me      Kei     "���     ���    ���   ��� " ",        '"'" f"r"  '"       '' h    die
��� -   ���         Wade  o   thi   Boa -   o lfflxed    '"    ""     ''  all     ' I communlactl
B.  C.  E.  R.  Power Wire
B. i    Blectrl   Rail'  .    brought
,  bridge, und
True,      - -..    hi   ���'��� -.   ""    will bi   eovernment,
en li '   .'""���-.    a     hi   Rui tel
hotel.
TO   DISCUSS   BYLAWS.
COMMENCE WHEAT   HARVEST.
comi tbi    Inj      tb   man. tei '
' ���   th     mppl)   ni  K'.-.-l pi,.t   req,i
b;   thi   city.   Thl   provi     a long tas!
Th.. nv: as left ti meet-
Public   Meeting    Called    For  Monday   lng of the council on Monduj  evening
Ev.nlng   of   Next  Week. al  1 o'clock, prior to t'u '    meet-
A public meeting will bi  called tor T    ,      .   ���,
P..-M   \fomi-.    .    ��� -cl, il   In Tenders for P,P-
the City Hi.li fo,   the purpose of dis- Ttu' ^oaieve Ver. for 24-ii
cussing with the membe_.   ol thi   ": ; !"'' f0r rh'   "'"'         i,,n 0{ th-   '
...   "��� I   thi   ���:      bylaws which will '"'v"   n""   water maIn'   am]   1w"!v"
,.   .          ,.     ,���.���    bt     _t*d upon on Wednesday of next tenftan  were received,  e:
week       This  decision    was   reached tw�� tor-wooded pipe    Thi
council las- night ' '       ''   Co., Montreal;  Robson
���' ���  ��� ���   Peele  Hugh Burr and C. W. .   *'"���   Monin       Jens Orto.i  & Co.
' p| oil - -  deputy re-
vi-. ther
Conserving Wat��r- Source.
'i'h,   dep     mei
��� ���
*     Bt   L.a-ge   Ct>nC*en,
.-:       i ,,uv,\   v.n* lu.vnc
_ll!_j .     Hurm-   ���   '.   .  I
rt ���   bui vet, an\-
����� It  fvai  ''_|pp'
,   wc-uld   grow   v. ry
:hr council indivi
|v - ��� ������  ���   ,:��� vr.   to  ni - '���
oot_iJi.n.v   as  ex-
|6u_ 1 hi y  anti-
.lci   repurd   t"   t_a
*5~ led ihe comi>an>
hi-alih r-'gulaiions.
POWERS WILL
RE NTER CRETE
.... Mi Campbell, is worl nt on ������ mi mmo b
... ("in, foi thi accumulaiIon ������ ' ���
wate which now runs to wast*
through iin country, with tin ohjed
ol utilizing U foi Irrigation uud other
oses. Engineers of the d r,f,r'-
incni Were ai presenl Investigating
tin   practloahlllt.   ol  Btorlng  Hie wa-
Mtlt    Bay   Farmers   Begin   To   G.t   Ir
Thi6 Year's Crop.
Word whs received   from Mud Buy
���       ������   thi   effeel   thai  "    o
ttu
'���'."'"��� '	
crop
���pn.   grain   h   noi     rtpt   I hroui ' ���
I;;,,,;.,".,.     :'.'.    ";;r'���,   :   ..",    ���       ���"      wer   ���-   ,:.,.���v   :, Montml;   V_lcte  ,,-on  Wor   ,,   N-.w
,,       '  v.. .    .:    -...  n   ���      '������     b,   ballotin    on Westminster    Evfcn. ''''"man  &  Ev-
' \    i ���"'""* "". s    .,.       -, ,     ���i ,��� ,   ,. ans, Vancouver; Vancouver Engineer-
wh<   hnve oommenoe         cut       It 1 "'    " 1K  ��   '' ;���.   ,���,.,.,.,...    ,, Y.  ,i .     Y___* _   p
expected  thai cutting will commend ' '    '";<%"r '�� vil,'"t' of hi. offiv-.
throughout  the  remain'!--    ������     v   di. i
ii-ip-i  hi  about the vnd of the ;      "
week
From ibe njip. t- valley word hits a'P"
)���..., received 'Iihi ctittlni; h-f- com
' . ... lu '-..".. places, bui thai the
bftr.wi will ���' I ���'.���"'��� general until
ihi end of the week.
Fanners throughout th. valley stat.
thai   this gear's wheal  crop ls to be
THE DAILY MAIL
EXPLODES BOMB
ing Works;   C. Gardiner Johnston &
p p'ontintieti on  Page  Seven).
Peopl
w mm guns
INST STRIKING MEN
of Turbulent Island
Refuse to Haul Down the
Greek Flag,
Jijhtmg   is    Renew.d   at     Pittsbu..
Steel Ca- Company's  Works���
Strike op-eaters   Imported.
lt>.���Gatliu;;   JJUI1S.
boats    to protect
workmen ibiu  i.n-
j haw-  brought in
-   ol   their   sir,knit;
I Pltui ...
.   "'
I...
|t'fe; ci
mi,,. ���
I"    ���        e laid in readiness todaj
r .... ,, upon Hi ��� works,
; bet wen mounted
I .md    th,. Btrlkers
:    and  the rioting
when a number of strife
,   *   ��� ������   -ii Into tbe Ohio river by
I
��� 'I   when   ;i   tprc. Ol
:"l ".i n Bteaxnhoat carrying
xi',. the Press ,1 Bteel
,. :    ' ' rks.    The boat wa
�� I    Hi.,  limdii,
Jn'j''" .i   mv-.-  pi,   sinkers.
I. ��:i   ord red to clear
I,1 charge followed   Rft
_ondon. Aug. ifi. -The Cretan v,'
nation, thoughi to have beeu poai
fully settled, .s again causing dis-
turban.-, and a naval iii monstratlon
by the powers Is bo be made* Th'
population of Crete bus Bhown sneu
strong Onx-k sympailu,-. u to induce Crete to d.iy tin. order of the
protecting powers to haul down tie
Greek Dag, which was raised when
the troops of i.in> pow.es recentlj
evacuated ih,- island      As a resuli of
this  difficult]   til
become    acute.
tei ,-n ih.- watersheds by damming up of ,h..  fi,.,,    ,>r(,,.r       The"   grein 1
nanira.l lak. ':���;,- DS. Should il ' '��� ,,,. ���,, ���n(1 healthy, the wea_l.T Of th-
feaslhle and an appropriation foi      ���   ...    r<,_,   ,,..,i..  having  been  ver;     i
purpose be made, tie water woui_ be w .;       .. H
siorwi and us.d to bring tra, v ,,   dry, _|	
imids into cultivation.     Tl������ r,   a said
Mi    Campbell,   fai    more     land   t<      ��� Englishmeri   Are  Warned.
Irrigated than then is water avail-j London, Aug, 1. -The board ol
sl , fo. ih> purpose, so that every trade issued n warning to English
drop of wate, stored ani used for I strikebreakers -oinp to Sw.-d n that
this purpose   means    sn much more ihey are running  ��� grav< dangei   The
otlce wa? [Bsued upon pifflciai repr
nentattons made to thi bbard ol trade.
Says   That  English Peoi)le \hnr< ^f6?"8 rf-pn,!,s, '" V"
J r       chin-ery,    cleared    yiesterday    tor
Favor  the   Lloyd-George
Budget.
(lYintlniied  on   rage  Heven).
Germans Are Hit Hard
By New Taxation^
l^ndon. Aug. 16.���A bombi "11 was
exploded in British politici "-��� week
and practically cbanirid thi whol''
aspect of the situation ki regard u'
David Lloyd-George's budget
The Chancellor of the Vvh quer
lias been waeinn. -ever since he Introduced thp- financial proposals In ihe
spring, a tt.eht Which hn? lv. n growing more bitter everj week. Not foi
years has a political question ir Etas
land   given  birth  to  l"ich  n   .pod  of
GOliS  TO  SANDHEADS.
Dredge F.-uhiing Left Port to Resume
Work   on   River  Yestsrday.
The Dominion Government dredge
Fruhling which for some greeks past
has been  birtlii'd  at  tbe Government
ml-
the
sandhon.ds at  the mouth of the river.
While mooi-f-d at the Govornmcnt
dock tht- Fruhling: underwii.it a tbor-
ough oYrhanling nnd Is now tn flrsl
rate working order. Sh" w-.l| prob-
nhly he engaged at thp hnndrvnds for
some time.
NtW WESTMlNSTtR LOOKS
GOOD TO BELLINGHAM MAN
Berlin  Aug  16    H i= nol often "'at u��a^ Is Hk^u Bnddenly*o find ItB out- penaonal lhvectlvi  at th   present dis-
economlsts gei thp- opportunity to ob- go swelling 'mn of all proportion? tc mission of the budget,
serv�� an entire nation suddenly try'ng I b income. began   by   calling
situation has again I to adjust Itself to an abrupi Increase
Thi-   powers  Great  in   manj   of  its  ordlnarj   living   ex
Mv   Lloyd Gi ���   i'
The first consequence ot Uie   new  a Socialist.   They have now  reached
laws has beeh an enormous temporarj   the point  ol   descritofcig him    as    a
iv   I-,    I Ital)    and   ftussia, I junBes." This is the interesting apec   demand toi  these articles,   Por days   lack Cade, andi in the approaching di
have ordered warships to Crei id   aci.  wh oh German)   has  heen  pre   the good  housewives of Berlin have teat, are likely to go even further in
probabl)   will  ro-ocup)   the Island  ln|_entlng dining th week owing to the been loading lip with  advance   s",'1 |th?,wa* ��*  "
order to force compliance with Ki��
Is   not the 	
wishes.
Army Joins Mutineers.
Canea, Crete, Aug 18 Searl) !|i"
entlr�� Cretan arm) Joined thi mutln
eors today lo resist the or.li" of iiv
powers thai the Greek Hag hi- low
p-i-phI. According to reports the Hag
win come down before night, and se
llous trouble Is feared. Trouble Is
also fermenting In ths Interior ami nn
vhieh I'xti-nsivo campaign by foreign forces
" ''' may i e necrtar) to qu ill the threatened uprising. A message loda)
stnies thai a number ot Mosloms have
been massacred In th. Interloi Th
Cretan governmenl  officials have
Introduction   if  the  nevi   ByBtcm    ol plies ot the commodities on which the |    in    Uoyd-G	
nixes mui tariffs the new provisions tax tallB mosl heavily, Th. demand to accepl denunciation mutely, and as
of which are now betag brought into tor matches tor instance the price ol his Is perhaps the most nimble ��"���'
y it,,,,, whieh will v-v from _V_ cents to il-  in the British political arena he is a
The result has been to create *omi cents ''"J been so gteai thai the
thing like a pan'c among German re ahopB are unable to supiilv it In splti
tnlleis and consumers,   To Jusi whai ol  the tacl thai more  thai  LOO car
.xtenl Un  social and domestic ilf,�� ot loads of matches have  ' " shipped
the nation will be affected when all Into Berlin In the lasi tew days
\i ih,. shoi _ v tea and cofl e deal
ti,e nolle, i- a ��� had to be '" a correspondent.  -They are twentj
��.. ��
I, ���: .p.. both Bidet   bui    ,'" """" " "'
..i i.v bullets    Whin Cretan  ����������������' .��^'a'�� I,IV!' . ���
persed js,, non-union r'!*""' ;""'   "" !"'"   ""l"'1," ,"" ,
,, into the .,11-,        Hu lsl,"ul   lKIS l""1'"  ���''l""';">(1   '"  l""w"
m   pI    i lb Lbrous, '���'��1    eommltteea.     Th.    committeei
'" .   ��� .,red.-I,';.        . ^e bud    tin-    armed    peasants n
u. ,,,    ,   ���  :���',',,;' t��n��d  from  th, tortress, which th.)
'    mounting   ,���    ,,.,,. occupied Saturdaj  night,    nding to
the new regulations are in toroe is yei
I,, be il termlnert    but, fr im calcula
lions  iiiiiilp- b)   ��� xpi v v  :'   Is  '"v.   '"
i     thai    the    average GermnJ cufitomers   BOhie ol  whom i i
htmshold   In   whii h   coffee,  tea,  bi   i
i igm s   ,,.,., lamp;   ami  matolKs    oi
dttttgi rous antagonlsi to tackle.
A Gtudge Against Dukes.
M,   Lloyd-Georg   -: i ms, l do nol
know why, tb have a special grudge
agalhsi  Dukes," wi tea Lord   Vvebur)
and If he confl	
''     Hoops  was I'.kcn.
!P��RFEITED   m"iLLIONS~
FOR   SINGLE   SPREE
, ;'."  Springs,  Col.,   Aug.   IC-
Womack, who discovered gold
Creek,   died   of   paralysis
/.';   ",':->y, after a lingering Illness.
" ms ,    , yea- \Voniack was depend-
! 1.,   .   k���"Hter wh" kf-<;l'�� �� boarding
hore.
Thl-  is the
��'l of a man  who in
stn8e   paid   $280,000,000  for   one
rosisi  ihe orders or th,. powers thai
th,. Greek Hag be lowered,
Warships  Arrive.
Italian and PrsncJi warship. ��re (,x
pected to arrive In file harbor today
to force compliance with tb.. powers
wishes.
Th,. urituh battleship Bwlftwre ,|:|;
arrived   In   Hilda hay.  In  the  Western
portion of the Island.
FIERY  SOUTHF.RNER  BEATS
OFFENDING NEWSPAPERMAN
AMtKIM AS SEEN BY
A. 11ALIANI1IS1UK1AN
Repetition,   Under   Modern     Form,
Struggle  Which  R-ent  Rome for
Three  Centuries,
r.f
Carls, Aug. Ifi Concluding a series
of Impressions of America which he
gained during a rectni visit to ',ial
emintrv OugHeltOo Ferrero, the Italian
historian, finds that the antl-pluto
c.ratic movement Is essentially a strug-
Louisville   Kv    Aug     ifi.���pre^-nt-lglo i.etwe-n  the old  traditions .
Bpenton.   mm     has     been  day    -p.rnallsmanVl     Old   Kcnt.icky"  puritan    democrar.y and    OlvUll
Sdd  trom th, land or, Crip-  H,i   ��� ,e day     when     Adlutant-  gold, luxury, and pleasure, a rep,
Y"  '    Y"Tl-  lioh   %y"m��<*  Br* SEES   I'hlllp   P.  Johnston,  of    the  under modern and  more   oompl
,' "   "e yellow n��t_L   Cra,,,, with  Kentucky Na. ona. Guard, caned Ben-  form^, of 'juggle which rent
af'-T  he atruc.   th���  n,-,n,���,Y....   r,   Y.^_      ..,,. .   ,.   .__.!.   so-   for thre-e emituries.
 YZYI'YIYI     ���,������.     proper,,      .1
gufllcieul   would oul)  bring In, say, from   ��20,
000,000 to   E80 000    and atteel   '""
taxation  foi   nn,. or two yeai   	
ss: which everything would go on a    I
fore   Inn   with  this   unfortunate   dlf-
liiiiitl cars in ordei   to _
supply
DELEGATION OL LAYMEN
WILL VISIT WtST
C. Blake Sees Great Future Ahead
of City���New Tariff Will  Make
Little Different;.
Fourteen   Missionaries,   Denomination
al Secretaries and Laymen Will
Be  Here  in  October.
Toronto, Aug. 16��� Thirty district
Uiyman s conferences will he held In
West.-rn Camilla dnritng the fall and
winter. A delegation of fourteen de
nomlnatlonal      secretaries.     returned
r  he struck  the  Bonanza ;ny   B.  flood-
rial
editor of
n
v     v., ---....._ ���...,,��� ,,,���m    _uiurat_    ni    rt.ii    i
r and  proclaiming    his _neo In tho paper to hi
'     next few days witnessed Peacock J. leteuttm"
v1"   "le;c;f"-Pt   rushes     to     the .r.m��i.   ~.m,-_    it,*.
lumped on hl_ broncho and Ictel ��__" po'iltWal paper     The g^n^al
the stree.s  brandishing  took   umbrage   at   an   editorial   rctt-r-
blm as "General
 .,   ���    .,         nnd      in  epl-
biggest   rushes     to     the  gramatic   remark   that  .lohnston   la  ��
Xnown     Very thaf  lh"  W"'f   man  Who sr'f'U', "mP''   '" rapUala
���������;���-  sobered up two or !   Genwal*Johnston,' with "n�� of nis
'    ';.   hv   r.-ttirned   to the aides, entered  Mr.  ("rood, s office, and
.   to nnd that the beat mm- wTuf1 as,���,.,(, by Mr  Good* dm ��_
"���  "-v. located by oth->rlltor   had   written   th-   ohj^ctioiiahlc
"1 out a claim or two, hut  statement, Genital Johnston laid over
'   worthless,  and   soon   he  Mr.   Ooode .   head   and   e*fs   With   8
���    o go to work  for day  thick   Mark   cane.    Oeiiei-.U   .lohnston
-pre*.-nt-!gle between  the old  traditions of the  missionaries    and  prominent    laymen
Including several from Toronto will
make a tour of the wost, holding a
convention at Winnipeg on October 1
to 8.
From Winnipeg the delegation will
visit Calgary, Medlcltte Hat, I-ptnh-
brldge, Mmcleod, Fernie, Cranbrook,
NelBon, Rossland, Grand Forks, Kevel-
Btoke, Vancouver, Victoria, New West-
week lv   so-
n 'v.ir complain-d.
1 WUg arr -iod.
cl vili.atliti
repetition
Icated
Rome
for thre-e rmituries
The rapidity of development, lightning cnange. :'n customs and the creation of a multiplicity of new n-.eds, he
sav . <>at up the large earning of the
people  who,    though  they aro living .  .   .
hetter and lfvgvr than the Europeans, minster, Nanaimo, Chilliwack. Kain-
nnfortunately have not acquired the loops, Golden, Vernon, Red Deer,
habit of saving. Signor Ferrero be- Strathcona, Edmonton, Saskatoon, Ro-
Teves that while th.> antl-plutocratlc gina, Moose Jaw, Brandon and Port-
movement is a triumph In som. dl- age La Prairie. The Evangelical as-
rectioiis It Is destined to fall in others soclation which has a membership of
because'_m*rleans forget In the'.T su-i9,ono has jusi united with the "thor
perb optimism and vnthusiasm that denominations by appointing a secre-,
the morality of modern civilization Is tary to establish a laymen's mission-
Improved. alT department.
"  Inn."I  on   i ������-��� i 1 '"    I
New   Speller  Is Out.
Toronto,    Aug     18.���Following the
four Ontario reader i published b '
days ago eo"it's ' ihe Ontario  Public
School Speller,   Issued lajBt high
tin- departmenl ol education.
The new hook Is _i every re p ������ '
worthy unit in the new series and
while the old btioil was considered
eh.-ap -it 25 cents the '"'*' 's better
and ppttly la cents. The present
speller follows the English standard
laid down hv the eovernment In adopt
ing The concise Imperial Dictionary," as a criterion. The word, ending In "our" retain the English form.
Eight grades are marked correspond
lng with several Ontario classes and
rendering th.- bonk available In the
other provinces.
B. C. E. R. CO.'S FREIGHT CAR
SEVERS EMPLOYEE'S  LEG
_., C. Blake, who until recen'ly
owned one of the largest hardva.?
toi ��� in H'dlinghnm, and who arrived
in this city n few days ago, with a
view to making It his tutu:,, borne, is
much struck with the possibilities ot
Ntw  Westminster and the district.
One like nivs If,' said he tn the
News yesterday; "who comes In from
the outsitle. is, 1 think, in a hetter
condition to Blzs affairs up than peopl . who are living to the midst of
them. To in, this city appeal's to
Lave a great future ahead of it. You
have all the requisites, and I don t.
sv how N'p'\? Westminster -an fail to
become a great city. Persotially, l
tl v- -.'���" t hail endeavor to get lij
on the ground flooi  b) settling here,
Mr   lilal:    B    '   he  finds  e.
���  thing here from real eBtati   do
to grofcerles cheaper ihau ln h's ��wn
ipai-l ol the �� untry.
"Things haV. di late heen VorJ
stuck  in   the  Pacific  Northwest,'  Bald
be, Lrttund Belllnghath our chief
i-i- ������ Ig Intnberlng, and tills has
p. eel. ! manj bard knocks ot ���'
'���, the first plac,. wc had a hard fl.
to ev rates that would enable us to
compefcfe for the market ol the middle
west with the lumbermen of tho south,
atid then when w,> had won that light
along came the tariff.
"1 do not think," he eontmmY
that the reduction of the tariff on
rough lumber from $1.50 to $1.25 is
going to Injun- our part of th0 country much. In fact I think it will
make VfeM little difference ln the
amount Of exportation from Canada.
Thing's had been very stagnant around
Belllngham hut from now on r look
to them to pick up."
Mr. Blake is at present with Anderson & Lusby. He will pro'iahly bring
his family here In a few months' time.
Vancouver, Aug. 16.���Jack Campbell, aa employee of the B. C. E. R.
Co., had his leg cut off on the Eubrne
Un�� yesterday afternoon. Campbell
-was engaged in uncoupling two freight
cars when the accident occurred. Just
as he had uncoupled the ears and
glvici the signal to go ahead he
slipped and fell with one leg on the
track. The car moved forward cutting his leg clean off. He was removed to the Vancouver hospital, and
Is now reported doing well.
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Classified Advertisements
WANTED. FOR   SALE. TO  RENT. LOST. FOUND.        REAL   ESTATE. PROFESSIONAL. BUSINESS. FRATERNAL.  ETC.
If a man  had gold dollars to sell a   fifty cents and did not  let the people know anything about it, he would not sell any.      You  must tell the people what you have to sell, why they should    purch
thing of the value you offer them in return for their money.      Too many of us have got the habit of thinking that because we have been a long time in business everyone mus' of n cesslty   kn
wares.      Use the  advertising  columns of The Daily News and keep abreast of the timet.
ase   fror
y��u. a"d ��om.
ow   all   about ut  and
Our
"Sa.
WANTED���TO WONT. A Kl'It-
nlslied house. Apply at News Office.
WANTED���A MUSK (I1HI..    APPLY
.Mrs.   (I>i-.>  Jones, Royal avenue.
WANTED���PIANO OH VIOI.IX LKS
sons iii pan payment for room umi
board; will pay $4.00 for two in.-als
and room- W. Howard, Crystal
Theatre.
WANTED���TWO JUNIOR CLERKS;
musl havo Hig- School certificates,
Apply Royal   Haul;  of Canada.
LOST.
LOST���SQUARE GOLD BROOCH
Bet with four emeralds and four
pearls, a large ruby in the centre.
Olio  pearl     missing. Please re
turn to Dally News offlce.
WHITE, SHILES & CO.
Real Estate and Insurance Agents-
City, farm and suourban property,
lido Columbia street,
HALE IlltOS. & CO., _TD., REAL ES
late anil insurance. Phone 3_5. l.ti
Columbia street, P. 0. drawer ion.
SETTLERS' ASSOCIATION OF B. C.
���P. ii. Drown, manager, P. 0. Box
668,  phone 334.
FOR SALE���WK HAVE A NICE,
new six-room house close to Twelfth
Hired ear line, at city limits; electric light, hot and cold water, bath,
Pi-Ice $1650. Small caah payment;
easy terms on the balance. Settlers' Association of B. C, Box 66,
City.
PACIFIC REALTY CO. (McADAM &
Irwin I, phone 308. P. O. Box 874,
Real estate and Insurance. Money
to  loan,   744   Columbia street.
ARCHITECTS.
BENSON & AYLLNd. FISH, FRUIT
Game, Vegetables, etc. Begbie st.
opp, Windsor Hotel.
��_���_���������__���^���������__���������������_-__������������-
FURNITURE
W.   E-   PALES,   THE   FURNITURE
Dealer, Upholsterer and Undertaker,
corner Agm-s and McKenzie streets.
Phone 170, night call 81.
GROCERY.
FOR THK BEST VALUE IN GRO-
ceries, phone 886. The Pure Kood
Supply Grocery, P. O. Box 811.
LAND  SURVEYOR.
W.   N.   DRAPER,   H.   C.  LAND  SUK-
-  tveyor.      Ellard block, New    Westminster, B. C.
LOST���ON  SS. TRANSFER. SAT. 11-
day, July 24, gold chain with heart-
shaped peorj attached.     Return to|w. D. GOODFELLOW, ARCHITECT,
���Dally  News Ofllce. Room 14. Dominion Trust block.
ROOMS TO RENT.
TO RENT���FURNISHED ROOMS;
Terms moderate. Apply 713 Victoria stre_t.
EDWIN  G. W. SAIT,  ARCHITECT-
Gulchon Block.    Telephone 338.
TO RENT���COMFORTABLE, FUR-
nished bedrooms; reasonable term*;
K2S Royal avenue.
HOUSE TO RENT.
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.
LIVERY  STABLE.
RING UP 250 FOR HACKS AND
smart turnout. The Fashion Stables.
MACHINE  WORKS.
THE SCHAAKE MACHJNB WORKS,
Limited, Front street, New west-
minster. Manufacturers of modern
saw and shingle mill machinery,
Mill plants and specifications prepared.
TO   RENT���SEVEN-ROOM    HOU__, ! CARRIAGE SHOP.
with bath   $12  per month.      Apply   ~^~-^^~*~~^r* v~    n^n^~~>.
Mowatt street. 230 Eleventh street. , WESTMINSTER CARRIAGE SHOP���
' !    R.    J.    McNeil.     Over    T.    Ovens'
FOR RENT���NEW 5-ROOM COT-
Inge, corner of Eighth avenue and
Fourteenth street west Apply W.
lleaton, on premises.
blacksmith shop on Eighth street.
Carriages built, repaired and painted.     All work guaranteed.
MONUMENTAL WORKS.
B. C. MONUMENTAL WORKS, JAS.
McKay, manufacturer and importer
of mounmental tombstones, building
Btone, etc. Satisfaction guaranteed.
Columbia street. Xew Westminster.
MONEY TO LOAN
MONEY TO LOAN���I AM PRE-
pai to advance money to any
amouni on city property or for
building purposes. Apply Dr. A.
D. Buchanan, P. O., New Westminster.
FOR  SALE.
FOR SALE���COMPLETE SET OF
Dickens and Scott, good condition,
cheap. Sideboard, good condition,
cheap. 51. Twelfth street. Tel.
R481.
DYERS   AND   CLEANERS.
ROYAL CITY CHEMICAL CLEAN-
ers find dyers, 345 Columbia stre-et,
phone R278- The place where the
dirt Jtnd dust Is removed from the
fibre���not pressed in. Goods called
for and delivered.
NURSERY.
THE FRASER VALLEY NURSERIES,
Ltd., Burnaby Lake���For healthy,
home-grown fruit trees phone 445.
PAPER   HANGING  &  DECORATING.
1. HUDSON, WALL PAPER, ROOM
Mouldings, Burlaps, and Sanltas;
house painting, kalsominlng, paper
hanging and decorating. Sixth
street,  Xew  Westminster.
WHITESIDE _ EDMONDS, HARRIS
ters and solicitors, lllackle block,
Columbia street, Xew Westminster.
W. J. Whiteside, H. L. Edmonds.
WADE. WHEALLEK & MoQUARRIE
IK. C. Wad.-, K. C, A. Wbealler, W.
0, McQuarrie), Solicitors, Barristers, etc., 42 Lorne street, opposile
courthouse, New Westminster,
(Phone 143), and the Vancouver of-
fice is at No. 6, Royal Bank Chambers, 408 Hastings Street west.
OEOROE E MARTIN. BARRISTER
and Solicitor. Gulchon block, Columbia and McKenzie Sts., New
Westminster, B. C.
W. MYERS GRAY, BARRISTER
Solicitor and Notary Public. Curtis
block, Clarkson street, opposite thp?
Court House. P. O. Box 106. Telephone 04.
PRINTERS.
WESTMINSTER PRESS FOR EVERY
kind of job printing. Midget loose
leaf ledgers; Cowle Carbon Papers.
Phone 55, P. O. Box 142. Old
Dally  News  Block,  Sixth street.
RESTAURANTS.
KENNY'S RESTAURANT & CAFE
Tickets, 21 meals for $4. Home
cooking. All white cooka; no Oriental labor employed. Open day and
night.     Opposite tram offlce.
ROYAL CAFE (Mrs. Archer, proprietress). Four courses, consisting of
soup, flsh, boiled entree or roast,
pudding or jile, tea, coffee or milk.
SECONDHAND   STORE.
CRYSTAL THEATRE, 702 COLUM.
'bia street. Fins-class moving
pictures; illustrated songs; numerous attractions. Program changed
Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
THK EDISON THEATRE, CORNER
Columbia and Eighth. High-class
moving pictures, illustrated songs.
Program changed Monday, Wednsi
day and Friday.
TAILORS.
GAI.VIN, LADIES' AND MENS TA1-
lorlng. A new line of spring suiting jusi In. Button making, passing and repairing. Room 9, Sin'li
block. Entrances 025 Columbia st.
and Clarkson  st.
rxstsj
SONS OF SCOTLAND BENB  n
soclation.   Lord  c .   ,,,',, A*
l.l-Mests on   thi    ��� ' ' ,' ���"'
Tuesday of evv ..  ,"* Wj
hall.      Chief, u .'   <vor..
'���riand.
ball
No. 8���Meets   In   n.
Columbia street
;   lay eva
'"�� si 8 o'clock    .    	
Will be made well 0 ,   , "^
N. O.;   C.  E o. - ,   ,   Y.
Ing secretary "  '
OTHER FRATivt.Y.;. .,,���.,,
Include the Union I., !_,. s, V?
F. and A. M.. Kli g ,|o___, ' ' *
No. 17. A. F. and a m | Y
NO, 1150; u 0, I. No 1593 ^
Sapperton. Xo. 4683 1. _ p' r |?
F. Court We tv: ter, yj im',
Brotherhood of On     v.-' \Yl
WOODWORKING.
WESTMINSTER WOODWORKING
Co., bank, office and store fittings;
cabinet, siair, showcases, mantels
and detail  work.    Designs and esti
mates   furnished.
prletor.       Works;
and car line.      P.
473.
.1.   Brookes,   pro-
Corner  Eleventh
0. bpix 25i. Phone
FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.
O. O. F.���AMITY LODGE, NO. 27.���
The regular meeting of this lodge
are held in Oddfellows' hall, Columbia street, every Monday evening
at 8 o'clock, .las. Ferguson, noble
grand.    W.  C. Coatham. rer. secy.
WE   BUY   AND
and   all   kinds
hand goods,
offlce.
SELL FURNITURE
of new and Second-
A Speck, near Tram
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 928.
PICTURE   POSTCARDS.
COOKSLEY'S PICTURE POST
cards are on sale at M, Morey's
Stationery Store, ,i. o. Damon's'cigar divan, F. Mackenzie's drug store
and "The Fair,'' Columbia street.
STENOGRAPHY   &    TYPEWRITING
FREEMAN     BUNTING.     ROOM     7.
Gulchon block.     P. O. Box 094.
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. U. W. hall, Odd
fellows' Mock, Clarkson street.
COURT BRUNETTE, NO. 4099. IO K,
���Meets the fourth Friday ln the
month at 8 o'clock. In the small
hall, Oddfellows' block.
FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES,
Ap-rle No. 20.���Meets evp-ry Tuesday
evening at 8 p.m. In the Eagles
hall. Columbia street. J. X. Altch-
eson, W. Pres.; H. Schofleld, Secretary.
NOTICE RE LULU ISLAN.B.lDGE
The condition of the oil taWg.. ii
not considered safe for irtinia
truffle, and the public general, aw
cautioned against hauling loads o:
any kind over it.
Persons  continuing  to d> io alter
this notice must t.k? all th^naluN
themselves,
By order. W. A. DUNCAN,
City Or-
Cl ry   Hall,   New  We. mlssior, Ju.j
23rd.  1909.
Opera  House  Bookings.
Aug.   i-l.���Burns-Johnston picture*
Sept 3.���Polly of the Circus,
Bept.  l��l- Kmglit  for a Day,
Sept, is.���The Tim.-, Place and _��f
Girl,
Sept. 20.���Commencement Dajn
Oct. 5.���In Wyoming
Oct. 7.���Cat and the Piddle,
Oct.  18.���David   llanmi.
Oct.  20.���O.     Henry's    New Opffl
"Lo."
Oct.  27.���Carter the Ma . .....
Oct. 28���The Climax
Nov.  1  aud 2.    lb.   Shepherd _B��
Nov. 4.���Parisian  Model
Nov. 19.���Human  Heart.
Nov.  22.���Forty-flve   Minute) frog
Broadway.
i>p-e.  i.���in  Dreamland,
CUSTOM       STENOGRAPH.       AND
Typewriting;   copy    work,  business
letters,    etc.      Province    offlce, Co- j
lumbla street.     Phone 62.
10ARD OF TRADE���NEW WEST-
minster Board of Trade meets In tne
board room, City Hall, as follows;
Third Thursday of each month;
quarterly mi-pting on the mird
Thursday of February, May, August
and Novemt>er, at _ p.m Annual
meetings on the third Thursday or
February. New members may be
proposed and elected at any monthly or quarterly meeting. C. H.
Stuart-Wade, secretary.
TAKE
The White Pass
and Yukon i.oute
for CONRAD, CAKUKOSS, ATUN,
WHITE HORSE. DAWSON and FAIRBANKS. Dully tralu.- (except Snnda.)
carrying passengers, mail, expreaaand
freight connect with Btagea at Car-
cross and White Horse, maniainluj
a thorough winter service,
For information apply to
J. II. ROGERS, Traffic M maeer.
TOR 5ALE
Seven-roomed house, modern improvements, and six lots in orchard, between Pine and Third
streets, facing Fourth avenue.
Price $8000, half cash, balance
terms. Apply McQuarrie & Co.,
front Street.
LAND  ACTS.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that O. B. Anderson, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation, jeweler,
intends to apply for ���permission to
purchase the following described
ands:
Commencing at a past planted ln a
mall bay on north shore of Berry Island,  dated  June 4th,  1909.      Apply-
ng for the  whole island, containing
100 acres more or less.
OLE BENJAMIN ANDERSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, AgenL
Dated Juno 4th, 1909.
B. C. Mills, Timber and
Trading Company
VANCOUVER AND NEW WESTMINSTER
Manmraetnr.rt and Dmatere m AO Kins," nt    ' "  ""��� "'Y
Lumber,   Lath,   Shingles,   Mouldings,   Sash,  Door*,
Interior Finish,    Turned Work^Etc
Fish and Fruit Boxes.
Large Stock Plain and Fancy Glass.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that Dora Anderson, or
Vancouver,, B. C, occupation, lady,
Intends to apply for permission to pur.
chase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the nortii shore of KlaoUsIs Island, a
small island south of Turn.r Island.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the whole lsiand, 40 acres more or
ess.
I , DORA  ANDERSON,
Pe��- S.  H.  KORD, AgenL
Dated June 6th, 1909.
District of Ooast  Rang. One.
Take notice that John Olsen, or
Vanoouver, B. C, occupation, farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
penter,  intends   to  apply   for  permis-Uhe hay at northwest corner of Maud
8lon to    purchase    the  following  de
Bcrlbcd lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southwest shore of Mound island.
Dated, June 4th, 1909. Applying for
the whole Island, containing 80 acres
more or less.
JACOB JACOBSON,
Per S. H.  FORD, AgenL
Dated June 4th. 1909.
island, the largost island ln the In
tllan group. Dated June 6th. 1909.
Applying for the whole island, containing 60 acres  more  or  lesg.
BEROETA  AN_i_RSON,
Peir  S.  H.  FORD, AgenL
Dated June 6th. 1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Albert Hunt, of
Vancouver, B. C, occupation farmer,
Intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
bay on north shore of Kees Island,
one of tbe Anderson group. Dated
June Cth, 1909. Applying for the
whole lsiand, containing 160 acres
more or less.
ALBERT HUNT,
Ptw S.  H.  FORD, AgenL
Dated June 6th, 1909.
District of Coast  Range One.
Take notice that Frank Jacobson.
of Vancouver, B. ft, occupation, farmer, Intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted In
a small bay on north shore of Bend
island. Dated June 6ih, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 80 acres more or less.
FRANK JACOBSON,
Par  S.   H.  FORD,  Agent.
Dated June Oth. 1909.
the date of the first publication b_��
of in a daily newspaper published m
the City of New Westminster, issue1
duplicate of the said c-rtillniu- unless
In tho meantime valid objection M
made to me In writing.
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Tltlei
Lund   Registry   Offlce.    N-* ^fS!'
minster, B. ft, August ., 1909,	
LAND   REGISTRY  ACT.
District of Ooast  Range One.
Take notice that John Johnson, ot
Vancouver, B. ft, occupation, sales
man, Intends to apply for permlssioi
to purchase the following descriib-e
lands:
Commencing at a  post  planted on more or less
District of Coast  Range One.
Take node, that Adolph O. Johnson, of Vancouver, B. ft, occupation,
farmer, Intends to apply for permission to purchaso '.he following tie
scribed lands:
Commencing ut a post planted on
the north shore of Crib lsiand. Dated
June 6th, 1909 Applying for the
whole Island,    containing    90    acres
the nortii shore of John island, an island between Kees island and Davies
Commencing at a post planted in |Island. Dated, June 6th, 1909. Applying for the whole Island, containing 60 acres more or less.
JOHN JOHNSON.
Per S. H. FORD, AgenL
Dated June 6th. 1909.
bay at northwest corner of Davies
lsiand. Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for tbe whole island, containing 200 acres more or less.
JOHN OLSEN,
Par S. H. FORD, AgeaL
Dated June 6th, 1909.
I FARMERS ATTENTION!
Lumber Always in Stock for Fencing and|Draining.
Royal City Branch, Columbia St.
Telephone 12. New Westminster
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Ralph Jacobson,
of Vancouver, B. C-, occupation, farmer, intends to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the southeast shore in a small bay on
jCompton   lsiand.     Dated   June   4th,
1909.     Applying for the whole Island,
containing 80 acres more or less.
RALPH JACOBSON,
Per S.  H. FORD, AgenL
Dated June 4th, 1909.
ADOLPH O. JOHNSON.
Per S.  H. FORD, Agent.
Dated June 6th, 1909.
District of Ooast Range One
Take notice that James Watson of
Vancouver, B. ft, occupation, farmer.
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted on
the northeast shore of owl island.
Dated June 6th, 1909. Applying for
the whole Island, containing 160 acres
more or less.
JAMES WATSOiN,
Per S.  H. FORD. AgenL
Dated June 6th, 1909.
New Westminster  Land  District, District of New Westminster.
Take notice that Wilfrid Dougali of
Vancouver, occupation farmer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted at
Northeast corner of lot 1469,  thence
Take notice that an application -
bowl made to register Annie K>'df,r
as the owner In fee simple, under*
tax sal�� deed from Sidney A. K|clc?'r
to Annie Ryder, bearing date the H"
day of October, A. D., 1-06 Of all ^'
slngulur that cvrtalu l'��r,'"l "r "*'
of land and premises xi"'-"''- l)mg
and being In the district of .v*
Westminster, in the provinoe ol BW"
Ish Columbia, more partlcunni
known and described as Loi ti, BWJ
1; Lots 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 4; W��
1, 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block 6; Wta *
6, 12, 18 and 20, Block 9; Ifite i, >���''
16 and 17, Block 10; Lets ' 8, 9. '
and 17, Block 12; Lots 4, 6, 12, ' '���''"'
20, Block 18; Lots 1, 8, 9. 16 ��n��l ;
Block 14; Lots l, 8, 9, 16 ana '.'
Block 16; LotB 4, fl, and 80, Blow l'j
Lots 1. 8, 9, 16 and 17, Block l��i \fi
6, Block 21, all subdivisions of '-'
20.1, Group 1. Lots 10, 11. I . I" '
and 15. Block "K" subdivision ui >���':
268, Group 1.      Lots 24, 26, 21
27,31
6, 6,
and
20,
and 32, Block 1;  Lots 2, 3, 4
10,   11,   12,   13,  14, 15,18,   19
Block 4; Lot 16, Block 5; Lots 1, �����j
16 and 17, Block 16;  U'ts 4, 6,   -.
and 20,  Block  9. subdivision of"
203,  Group  i.      Lot  7.  Block t
Lot 227, Group 1, Map 174. .
You and those claiming througn ��
under you and all persons claim ��
any interest In the eaid land ���>>       d
District of Ooast Range One.
Take   notice  that  Jacob   Jacooson,
of Vancouver, B. ft, occupation, car-
District of Ooast Range One.
Take notice that Bergeta Anderson,
intends to apply fer permission to pur-
of Vancouver, B. C., occupation, lady,
chase the following described lands
south 20 chains, thence east 40 chains, ot any unregistered   instrt n(�����'.   (0
thence north to coast, Lhence follow- i*"  persons claiming any inurt��(l(.
Ing the coast line    to point of comJtlle sald Iand by "���'8CPn'-      '.i.ions
mencement. I's not registered under the pnivi    e
WILFRID DOUGALL, |of  tlle "l-��nd  Registry  Act,    are  ^
Per O. M. Dougali, Agent.      ""'red to contest the claim of me,
Dated July 21st, 1909. l-urcha__r  within   twenty    Wj"
 L_J ___Jthe  date  of first publication    '
inotlce upon you, and in default
Re part (1 acre) of southeast quar-,ca.voat  0'r  certificate of   lis P���'1'"'
ter of section    12,  township  2,  Now  being filed within such period, or
Westminster district. 'default of   mlemptlon   before ^8e
Whereas proof of the loss of certi- .ration,  you and each of .vou *>" m
flcate of title number 1757a, issued In ; forever  estopped   and   debarred  '" j
the nam. of WUUam Oleson, has been | sotting up any claim to or In r<*p��
filed In this office. lof ���,_ 8a',d ,a'nd   am, : shall "JR*
Notice ls hereby given that I Bhall, Annie Ryder as owner thereof '"
Commencing at  a post  planted  In'at the expiration of one month from A���d  I  hereby order that publlcaU"" _[SP���T "'""*���
THE DAILY N] WS
PAGE THREB.
twentj  duvf
In   a
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British
, mster, _��    ��� Anmst. A
IM PARCEL THREATtNS
LIFE OF THE FINDER
\ MAY flGHf
PtRU 10 GET PORT
ntila.
tbi. 4th W ^^^^
-
Registrar.
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i.Miaw    Estate
All  Pans Wonders Over  Fate of Tube
Containing  $5000   Worth   of
Radium
.:.
Ilaw
_   u-ell��     *' '': ''
,,.._ Thain.
Paria,  Aug. 1��.���Paris    ���
over one ol tbe mosi cui loui
l08a ever known   A gentleman lel
ii seat in an omnibus a linj   pai
valued   ai   $6,000.    In.    pec.   I
,:,,   pat i..if- is Um.   "���   Ul--  -'���
life the ppsrson who picks it up
,,, 11. m. being a tube oontali Inj .
of radium.
Although onie-slxtii th 01
emanations  are    sufficient    '-   cause
1,      iu ow�����    fearful   and   incurable   wound
an)  per-  iau- of the finder win, looks
v.   ��� if a family  ,���.,,.  which la the stae ol a ��� ���
age, to ,. certain.
any �����" ... Uon  of     "    '-'
try Is Desirous
Juliet, and May
's Help.
,        ...   OF   CANADIAN    HOMt
A:-.   ���
__T
PS.EAD   REGULATIONS.
.      i. Lands wltb-
. Ish Colum-
, i.. an) per-  fats ol the finder
.  _ lauuiy  luij,.. which is thi
If bid
1 pimy b*J
,. ,n,iii-   ," rsonally at
the dlstnci
.. .      hut i >
_   in , f   on
*  condli. ':"     la""r'
.  or air
I .     , , . i ���
tuin . :���   pei
iy connected  there-
ji :,,,.     j,,:.i,wing
I_   ll least six months' residence
| vion  of  the  land  on
i'.���Is     Bolivia
bring on a war
... :
i- l_  aft.  :  se
diplomats
, ... .,,,,(,iie-ni |
..... v       .
.. Inter-
Bolivia
, - .       ��� hli 1, was
.   . Mill  <Ui
. bring
No   infernal   machine   w:v
frantically   sought   ;���:- 	
by  tm-   Paris   polict     Al xmed conflict, nominally to
busses w-eiv searched and ....
urgent warnings were posted tbt       i e disputed tract
I lai ��� -   The  newapapei . united j | at terrl
v. rtising  notice  to  the  Hn ��� to   , ���   ���
opt '   i- Boli\ '  sea  const,    A   sue-
.Noarly a week has now  passi       nre
��� I.,   pai ,.-I  disappeared,    ll", ���
Immediate   recovery   i    a
'__ foi       ���   yeara.
mutei     ��� ' "r ,,l0'D"r'lf Ule
I : the homesteader
V       ., ,��� the vicinity ol
Kwedfor.thei��iulrtiments
aj .... satisfied hy
J fin residing with the lather t
I mother
doned.    The Imagination - : a Hi
writer mighi   iind e thrilling  :
depicting  the advt ntun b ol  Uu
terkms, fatal tube   sho i]: Ii turn up
in years to come, In n sei. - ol fearl i|
works of mischief and ti .ror.
Pi :..
:       ���    ���
���
Peru . p .
the i In thai pi ivlnc.
> tht f Ilo, i oi
The harbor
is .aid to be an ��� ��� ��� ���'���
������.              ,            -.    v. in   would    !..    "1
                                                                      S(   ,,,  jjer
Lever Brothers, Torontt   win send you      Chili Itude    '"     ,hr
free   ,i  cake   of   then   fan    is   I'lunt,.!,, .   ���        f  hostl    li        etween    Bolivia
.del  soap, if  vou menu n  this paper,  ai I   Peru  1      eini     discussed    with
   i Imation.  Her financiers have
I^VXZI - despatched and received via Van-lb. nd-n^cc*
, 'Io   his home-      smU ,���.-C. P. R. easi (first train)   Bolivia,  and   ti-,   ^ar sympathies
_t. as to residence Sapperton,  Praser Mllto  and Coqnii with that country.
��'���" '        residence  upon  lam Her     fri. *��*
-^.8","  '    ��� 1:00 p.m.���Vancouver, Central Park  to  the   Chllean-Peruvan   war   of    a
_?___*'notice In writing should and Praser Arm. luarter ol        '                        nn,i-i��
������'������'. . ���   ;.   . vinnss.on.-r oi  Do       1:30 p.m.~Bast Burnaby, by courier with     Chile's    assisl
' Y          Ottawa  of intention      ���������������,, p.m.���Burquitlam, by courier, would have a decided adyan ...-.   ana
^'Y      ������                                   3:30 p.n_-Blaine and    Beattle, m- from the military standpoint it
"ning righU may  *e'eluding all U. S. points. lieved   could  mon     a        ������?';", '".'. ;
. |  ���     twenty-one     B:40T p.m.-Second  Mail  east,  and 'prior occupation of the disputed tract
��?_ an an-ual rental of $i  per cl0Sed mall fro... Sumas, and Seattle, lwcau_e of (he practical imposslbilitj |
J'"   N-0|   more    than    2660    acres  ineludmz  U.   S.   A.   matter,  and   also
kail :...��� p.no individual or Fra-e
Ei dty  a; the rate oi   	
1, shall be collected
li. :    er     v '   coa] mined.
W, W   CORY.
Minister 0. the Interior.
[N.B.-1'nauthorized    publication   or
t '��� will    not be paia
Mills.
i,t pei u's transporting mi n an . muni
nm ii.- of war,
Railway Time Tables
Mail Service
I Mewing are the hours of despatch
���: v.... ol ni.-.ils at the New West-
minsier post ofllce, the h<mr given In
eat. cue being the nour ot closing,
iiich It hall .rn hour, a., a rule, Delate the ��,..i. ili-.,i.u.!i. AH mails,
- , -luted, ar,.- iK'Shaw-ii-
|��_ anil recti. ! dullv exc-jit Suud.y.
Thi onir mail dispatched and re
cesved Sandav are ihe Q. N. R. South
an. c P I. ��� malls, not Including
Sapperton, _'ra-��r
Ul   . Itlam.
Mads Despatched.
B. C. E. R. Westminster Branch.
Week Day Scneaule.
Cars leave Vancouver for New West
minster at 5:60, 6:_u. 7:20 and 8:00
u.ui., aud every half hour thereattei
uuiil 11:80 p.n_
Cars leave New  Westminster for Van
couver at 6:50, 6:_0, 6:50, 7:20 aud
-:U. a.m., and every half hour there-
alter   until   11:00  p.m.
Sunday Schedule.
Cars leave Vancouver  ior New Westminster at 8:00 and 9:00 a.m., am
every    half    hour    thereafter    until
11:30 p.m.
Cars have I   ^^^^^^^^^^^
couver at 8:00 a.m., and every
FRANCE MAKES PUNS
FOB ARMY Of NEGROES
May  Call   Up  Army  of   100.000  Blacks-
to Take  Place of  Native
Frenchmen.
Paris, Aug   16.���Is tli.- negro    des.
lined to be the soldier of the future.
Prance is bo pleased with the record
,i of  ih  2,000  black   nun  in  her  army
that  she is considering th.    Ides   oi
recruiting from her West African pos
sessions  an army of  100,000 negroes
Westminster for Van-{available for service in    Prance    oi
half' whir,ver French troops are called.
-��-      ��_���,..���    -r   ti,.,    sol,,,,,,,,    |a   Col,
Lv.
P in
p.m
Lv,
o.m
Lv.    ^^^^
a.m.
Lv. Seattle 8:0
p.m.
Seattle 4:3
I ...J a-iii. (closed ui eleven o'clock
the prevlom uigut)��� Vancouver via
G. N, K. 0*1
8 --.-Vancouver and Victoria via
B    ..     .   railway.
First C, P, K, east taking all points
east Including  l-angley and district.
rhe mall tor Aubovb.ord and district Clsj .u ;ma district, num ng-
dem and district, and Matsqui are des-
P��l hed lr, way ol Vancouver
5 a.m.-- Blaine and Seattle. Including all I S points east and south;
'nd Hall's Prairie, Fernrldge ami Has-
elmere, on Tuesdays, Thursday.-, and
Saturday!
All Surrej  malls are received from  Y[_
1 icept li.ai's Prairie, Hu-    *        .     , 4
wlmen an   Fernrldge, whi.h arrive on :^- s1-'11"*1
te Poi       ilchon   tram  o.i  Tuesdays am.��� ,
Thui i       | Saturdays. .Lv Siatti,   u._
v    Vnncouver, Victoria and jPm-
Central Pnrk, via B. C. Blectrlc Railway,
12   "  ii.iii.-   Strawnerry     Hill,  Um
.1  South   Westminster,  by
'   : .   .in. mui Friday),
asl Burnaby, by courier
Burquitlam, iby courier.
(Summer months nose at
Saturday)���Ladner,   Fort
e ilium     Island   ami   Sun-
epi Sunday;  Woodward,
liursday and Baturday, via
(Steveston mail dee-
��� receive l via Vancouver.)
Vancouver    and    Fiper
" Q. N,  li.  north
overdale,   Nl^omelil,   and
Port k  ie jally, Clayton on Tuesday,
 -^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^The   fatlipr   of   tlu
hour thereafter until 10:00 p.m. Last  MaI.,f.in. who proposes that^ihe Fr*ncn
-U:00p.n_ X^-SftrtK^,
of  12,000,000.     This  ��'"��ld!
D. J. McQuarrie, Local  Manager, New
Westminster.
Great   Northern   Railway.
N.W.  8:50  a.m.;   ur.
N. \v. ll am.; ar.
\. w. 4:32 p.m.; ai
N, \V. 12:10 am ; a
a.m.; c
p.m.; :
i p.m.;
', p.m.;
Bi attle
Seattle
Seattle
,. Seattle
r. N. W.
r. N. W.
ar. N.W.
ar. N.W
3:35
3:55
9:40
7:15
2:55
9:30
6:20
6:25
population v..  .-, ...
give  a   black   force  ol   100,000  With  a I
reserve of 500,000.
French experience with black troops
proves them faithful, .-usily controlled
fond of military lifv. brave and even
foolhardy In the presence ol danger.
' it is rcalled, \,m. Unit France has
reason to respect the prowess Of the
block., for ihe Haitians nol onlj drovs
out the French from Santo 1. iiningo. .
but successfully defl d Napoleon's vet- I
erun   iroops and Qenerels,
h is probable thm Parliament will
shortly authorize the i.uiistiii.nt of at I
least 40,000 blacks tor service ln Algeria, us it is deemed unwis - to Bur-!
rlson Algerian posts with Arabs.
Arabs who are enlisted In the future
. will i v brought to France.
Friday and Saturday; Tyn��
Tin ,i     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^
- Tuesday and Friday; Bon Ac-
lny and  Friday.
p m.���Vancouver and Burnaby
!       'la B, C. Electric Railway. Saturday   in extra mall Is despatched to
1      v,  via Vancouver at this  hour.
and Seattle. Including all U
q n r.���Port Gulchon.
Leaves New Westminster on Tuesday at 10 am., returns at 5 p.m. to
city Leaves Thursday, 4 p.m., arrives ln city Friday 8:45 a.m Leaves
Friday at 3:50 p.m., arrives In ci'y
Saturdnv at 9 am.
Leaves Port Oulchon at 1 P-'n. on
Tuesday, 6:80 a.m. on "'.'iday. and
6-30 a.m. Saturday. Arrives at Port
Oulohon 8 nm.. Thursday .nd Friday
Leaves 0-ulchon 6 am. eacl
dav   arrives   8:50   am.
Leaves   N.  W,   8:60   p.m
cent  Sunday
The Daily Mail
Explodes Bomb
week
dally  cx-
at  "���  P"'
English Watchmaker
Gold Watches
up.
Silver Watches,
$6.00.
Silver  Watches,
for Latll.s from $12/3
for
gents'    open
pents' open
Walthnm   and
IKiliis east and south, via O. N. R
���
,; !> in���Second C. P. R.. east, Fra
Be'    l ;ls       This  mall takes the foi-
lowing    local    nlaces:      Barnet    and *�� ������?'
Port Moody, Pitt Meadows, Port Ham-' ���. ,%���
mond, Port  Haney.    Mission,    Chilli- .W���^ renalr|ng a specialty.
��'a-'l    Harrison Hot Springs, Agasslz, I    Watch repairing a
Lytton, Llllooet, Spenoes' UrldRe, Nlc-
��la  .md  district,  and all   points east
except Kootenays.
face
case,
Blgin
ference-   thai the secui Itj
would   have  been   shaken,  enterprise
and   iln ii,   won,,i   hav   been   discouraged, ami capital driven oul   ot  the
country."
The Duke ot Portland, one ol the
great London landlords, has been sl"-
nip-el qui ior attention, which his grace
resented to Buch a degree thai he
addressed  a  iiiip-tiiiK  oi   his   tenants
ul  Welbeck  Abbey  and  delivered  him-
I self of bis oplpion cn the budget, The
Chancellor'8  speeches,    he said,
read    with   surprise,   sorrow   and
curtain measure of contempt,
Journalistic  Volte-Face.
But a blow was (Halt the Unionist
, party   which     has     thrown     it    Into
complete disarray, horso, foot and artillery���in  other   words,   both   Lords
laud Commons.   Tula was the admis-
J sion by the Dally Mail that th�� coun
 ���������>..thi_iii_ with
Mails   Received.
'��� 15 a.m.���Blaine and Seattl., In-
c titling all U. S. points, via G. N. H.
"Owl."
��� > am.���Vancouver and Victoria
(except Tuesday), via B. G. Kiectrlc
Railway.
' "��� 'it 10:00 a.m.���Strawberry Hill,
bv courier (Tuesday and Friday).
''���'���" ii.ni.���Vancouver and Victoria,
via G. N. R,
1""" to 11:00 a.m.-Ladner, fori
Oulchon. Westham Island and (Tues
day, Thursday and Saturday) Wood
"ITd, vla_teaniei J. C. Bruce. (Steves-
^"gelUanyU not sympathizing^
belaid case of the ducal and��*��
landowners   menaced  by     Mr.   woy
George, but, on the contrary, is wei
________^_________Wm   ��� t����e ��,
TW   .oor.   from   Geo. A^e^Croe. |^  -^Jfcjgf ^e>
F. CRAKE
Mineral Waters
get.
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THE   DAILY  _..EW!S.,
Published by The Dally News Publish
Ing Company, Limited, at their oflices
The Daily News Block, corner ot Mc
Kenzic and  Trew Streets.
E. A.
TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1909.
The
mere suocess as a strategist in ca i
paign work, but much more ca the application of scientific methods to the
crushing of bis enemy. He brought
scouting to a high state of perfection,
      and   was   liimsi-if    th.   most   efficient
 .��� ���  Bcou, ta his army      He h)ok       n to
Pi"9e Managing  Director  ���repai.e   f()r  y.  Sml(lun  ^^   by
organizing ueid   equipping   his army
and by constructing a railway for tha
transportation of both troops and supplies. He lias the faculty of holding
everything in reserve until the right
momenl comes to strike, and thai
striking with a force that nothing can
resist.
Lord Kitchener, temper Is proof
against annoyance of every sort. As I
nothing ever ruffles hlm, he Is always '
at his best and era the alert. Iu tiv,-
.wars li(. not only reorganized the
army In India, but put .Lord Curzon
out of the way in order that he might
carry out his plans. Befot>_ another
live years have elapsed he will probably have made th
i .i "regular army" and also Of the
British "territorial army." What
either or  both  will   be  like  when  he
TUESDAY, AUGUST 1.
A COLLEGE CAREER.
SOCKEYE REMAIN
SCARCE IN RIVER
Run Picked Up At Midnight
On Sunday, But Has Since
Slackened Off Again.
KING EDMD WORKS
10 SHUT OLT KAISER
I FineWritingPapp,. j
Britain's  Monarch's Fme Hand Appar
ent in Arrangements for Visit of
King   Emanuel  of  Portugal.
advantages of a university
carer to the average young man are
unbounded. It is there that the im-
couthness of a narrow bringing up i=
dispelled, and men ar. taughl to rub
shoulders not only one with the other,
but with the world at large. To
broaden their ideas, enlarge their
sympathies, aud fit them tor the life-
work before them, a college life '*
Indispensable. An this respect the
To ion to Globe says:
"A New  Vork  business man, out of
his wide experience in business life,
in  the  United    States,   came  to the
conclusion thai "a man can'i  keep a
steady  bold  n.i   morality    unless  ho
may  occasionally    gel    away   out  or
ceaseless, business rush and have the
( chance of facing himself manfully be-
fore the bur of his own conscience." I
Out of that conviction has grown an
interesting movement among ihe 'a-v-
men of the Roman Catholic church iu
Now York city-     A building at Ford-
ham   University   has   been   set   apart
for the use o�� men from the city who
may  spend   their  week-ends   there  In
"retreat."      Addresses and    meetings
of a devotional  son will  fill  up part
of th* tlmu.     Several hours each day-
will b_ spent in individual m.dltatlou
and self examination in the quiet oi
each    man's own    room.      It is  believed  that  this  opportunity for  "examination of conscience"  will be accepted by very many Catholic laymen
duiing the year.
"This is only one more instance of
The run of sockeye picked up after
midnight ou Sunday, and yesterday
fair catches \v .re repor'-d at the local
canneries. The fishermen in tin-
upper reaches of the river did better
than those towarr* the mouth, and
while at the St. Mungo cannery the
average catch reported was 2_u, at
the Imperial it wa3 only eighty- The
catch was not nearly so large as had
heen expected aud canners and flsh
ermen are disappointed over the scarcity of flsh.
The .mailness   of   Sunday night a
e most of the Brit-1run ls accounted for by the fact ihat
the difference of six  hours  between
the close seasons   on    the American
and Canadian sides of tbe 1 lie allows
_^^_ 'the fish to get past.      While the traps
bus had his way with them uo man w_i0n bar the Tiver to the sockeye are
can ai present say, but thai tbey Will -up, during the weekly close season,
be effective a.s a fighting machine isi many fish are able to enter the Fra-
  ��,,,,,..   a , ,..,��� h_      ser, und it is these for which the flsh-
as sure as anv future event can ue.
L            -.                           , ermen  always  look on Sunday   night
His most difficult  task  will be �� The *l<lst' season   on    the American
bring tbe colonial forces Into effetciva side however, ends at noon on  Sun-
military   relations     with    the   BrltlBh day, while on this side of the line  It
army proper.     He will bave to move ��fsis   until   6  o'clock.      By   the   ti...-'
that the fishermen In the Fraser are
wanly i��� order to secure th-e co-oper- ab,_  t[) got OMt  (hAv _-ts m Sun<Jay
ation of the colonial authorities, but _)ie fish which passed While the traps
be is not likely to spoil everything byiweiv up, have gone by, and the en-
s^s��� trance   of    other     large     schools   Is
Lodon, Aug. 16.���Th tine
King Edward is seen in the
iiip-nt's for  the approaching
King  Manuel     of     Portugal
husid ot
arrange-
Visit   or
 ^^^^^^ .__    to   this
country, but it la held by many diplomats Unit before these airang.iin-nts
reach fulfllmuat they may be ills-
uirbed by Ihe heavy band ol ���dward s
German nephew. They iioim out inn
the Kaiser bus not forgotten bis un-
[cle's former efforts to build a oorra
aboul biin with a series ��. treaties
with the surrounding powers, and
ihey point out moreover that soim--
ibing of the same "excluding" rm-th-
ods is being attempted again.
Thus It is announced from Lisbon
that, While King .Manuel will sail
Hum Portugal ou Queen Anellas
yacht and be escorted by a Portuguese cruiser, his real, hi�� Imposing
.'in''' of honor, will be a Bquadron ol i
British warships. It is also pointed'
oul that while the official program
announces that after leaving England
King Manuel will spend three (1|>S
at Paris and ton days at Madrid, no
mention Is made of any intended visit
10 Germany or of any arrangements
for a meeting with the ruler of Europe's great  military power.
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always rely on  getting it  at our store   we ar >0.   Mn
ready  to  show  you  ou r  latest  _ty|es and �� '""'"''/s
We buy direct from the manufacturers   and
fore  save  you   money and assure you of a^t?" lher'0'
date stationery.    It will pay yo_ to dJ, JJJJB "P to-
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*"""" ~~"~����>*>*****ek..!l
(blocked   by  lh
down  six  hours  earliei
ie  traps  which  wore  let
trying to accomplish too much or try
lng to accomplish anything too sud-
denly.      His staying powers a_e mar-1    Tnis probab,    ^
vellous, and he will need them In his'that  Sunday night's run  was heavier
new position.      ~" '"   '
HIGH   CHOKERS   ARE
CUASE OF  HEADACHE
finds IZ "IT ��f U,e 'n Am7rHCai,Se thero were non- <�� 8tanu in hiB
finds in the midst of the superficial | way, but bcause   he   had democratic
London, Aug 16.���A Vienna doctor
has discovered Ihat one of tli,- mo.-t
frequent causes of headaches is the
tight  and  high  collar.    He   bus   been
  -��� , -    ,~ -,-"  '""_ """AY Iexperimenting with    various patterns
���Of course his way toj'n the upper than the lower river. The and  ���,. fiiids  .hut   these    who    Butter
success has heen paved to some ex-fe^See tw ffewa^ed'Z .rfns from "^ach-.-s very often are almost
were iin>se mat n.ui escapea rile naps  .,i,v.,,._ ii,,..    ,.1,,, ,,r��� i,, ,u��� iiinii nt
tent by what Is known of his results during the close season, Z-Yl    ll,    ',., s
nl 1 ��� -.11        . I    W "ll I   I IJ t        I I I ..   I 1        (.Oil til-
mad his methods, but he is the very Slack Last Night. 1
last  man   to  trade    on  past achieve-|_^f_st night    the run    slackened  Ofl
ments as  the onl
means of solving
The outstanding , ,,  .. , ^_
Kitcheners careor is the fact that he |    Yesterday's  report    of the canners
1 association Is as follows:
Bellingham���Canneries
you how it is t.},,.rt
lilgh-cluss buildtn
than It Is to purcl
er    kind.       \\,
SHOW
'' !,i bay oar
material,
the poor-
^^^^^^^^^ '-an |���l>Dt t0
buildings bulk witb
rials that never
We can point t
that need repair
But they
materials. Se
cheapness lies?
our mat.
'���������'���il repair!,
"'��)�� oi.en
a" the ti_|&
were no; ,)UUt(fw
when real
GILLEY BROS., Ltd.
His aitenlion was
the  high   neckband
drawn one day to
if a woman  pat-
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....   ,,���..,   ���,,,,.,. - ���o~-    "**o 1U"    ��"^'^-'iea ""Ithe  high   neckband   Of a  woman  pat-
lv or even  the chler  awta��  *��*, l__��"?   .eP?rtj3  rtx*vY  �� lent who was subject to violent pains
,L    , , |war<l nudnight it looked as it today's ln the h(,ltl  aml  dlzzh,ess.    He per-
new difficulties. catch were t0 be amaU aglllni probably Buaded her to lay aside this  form of
g peculiarity of Lord : not above 200 to the boat. neckwva-.   with   the   result   that    the
������ ,s the fact that he !    Yesterday's report    of the canners'
won his present position not becaus
he had Influential backing, or even be-
dln and materialism of our every day
affairs. The din fills all ears and the
materialism Is vulgar and obstrusive
enough all over this continent, but
deeper than all else, more significant
because more penetrating, is the Inextinguishable desire for a life that
is more than meat or raiment or a
good time.
"No man knows university an.l col
ideals to carry out in the face of aristocratic opposition, and succeeded in
spite of difficulties formidable enough
to bring a man of less ability and
i p.-rsistence to a standstill. His success shows that, contrary to the general impression, contrary also to appearances, Great Britain ls today the
most democratic country in the world.
Before   many  years  have  passed   the
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lege life In tbo chief academic centres!same     statement     wlll    probably  be
or the Lnited States and Canada who ! true    of    Che British army.���Toronto
has not felt the throb of this new and |ciobe.
irrepressible
passion for character
and foi- service which disturbs the
old-time pose of negation and indifference among college men. There
never was as much vital religion in
Americua colleges as there is just
now. There never were so many-
college leaders eager for lives of service to their fellow-men as there are
today. The most virile life in the
great university centres is impelled
by tbe religious motive. The matriculants of today enter an atmosphere
entirely different from what it was a
generation ago. It may not be always orthodox or
GOVERNMENT EXPERIMENTS
WITH PEAT AS FUEL
__.,  have sufficient flsh this morning. A considerable number of humpbacks showing up.
Anacortes���Got about 40,000 fish
this morning, half sockeyes.
St.  Mpngo���Average 250.
Ewens���Average 175.
British America���Average 210.
Brunswick���Average 175.
Phounix���Average   100.
Scottish Canadian���Average 100.
Imperial���Average 80.
Vancouver���Average 280.
British America cannery reports
that license J. L. 4!l32, Jack Lewis,
boat or net not reported or delivered
fish  to the cannery since August 9-
ITALY JOINS RACE FOR
CONQUEST OF THE AIR
the  neck  ceased  and
compression  of
she was cured.
Struck by this result, the doctor has
paid particular attention to the collars worn by his headache patients
and ln almost all cases the change to
lower and easier neckbands ga\v a
benefitial result. The doctor declares
that nobody with any tendency to
headache should wear a high collar
NOTICE.
Tenders are called for the privilege
of serving refreshment, at Queens
park on Labor Day, September li.
Tenders to be in by Tuesday, the 17th
of August, and adilressed to J. P. Mc-
Murphy, New Westminster.
WATCHES
BEFORE  PURCHASING  THAT WATCH    EXAMINE   OUR   STOCK     RE
MEMBER,  WE  CARRY  THE   BEST    MAKES  OF   WATCH   MOVEMENT.!
CHAMBERLIN. The Jeweler
SOLE AGENTS LONGINE'S AND   HAMILTON   WATCHES
centred or blatantly irreverent
"Prom the colleges that spirit is
spreading to the ordinary walks of
Hte. There is a stirring among the
dry bones.     The sensual live., of the
.  even ostensibly  re   _     _        _ _.   .������_.���-
llgious, but it is not agnostic Or self- j value in the household will be examined, and from that all the long way
to its use for smelting. Experts state
that the supply of coal in Canada for
fuel may be measured, while the sup-
ply of peat is possibly unlimited.
Therefore, lemediate experiments
smart Set, the libertinism of "mm'of III- 'fttef ar. ��fi,,latdf *�� P'fe
11 ' I tho Dominion in possession of an ever-
wealth, and the selfish indolence of lasting and wholly adequate fuel. Dr.
women of fashion disgUBt people who llaanel is exceedingly optimistic as to
formerly took these things for grant-|.h��  result of  the  experinunts   which
Home,    Aug   16_A new    mUU
dirigible   airship   is   about   to   depart
Ottawa   An.    1fi     tv.     n_. . I v"   BraCc,ano.   "ear   this   city,   lor
Ottawa, Aug. 16.���The Government ! Venice. It will carry three __����,
has begun the creation of an experl- gers, and it is planned th! d_^Ln?e
mental station fo,- peat, This station Of more than 40. m lei wil, 1
s situated on the southern outskirts ered wfth only one Stop * __00__'
of the city and the first experiments for a supply 0f petrol Th 1on_���.' ���'
will he with peat blocks manufactured is expected toast about I', Hi
tlJSI^Xlwhere there is an Greul- ^>^i^zii^
is under the care of Dr. Haanel, Do- nines. If u_2 __pe.lme��t 1 suet ss'
minion Superintendent of Mines, and ful many of this . d "l��� hi_.
is fashioned upon the principle of constructed ai d thl1 naIul i_
those iu Norway and Sweden, will will take pa -t In he grand nUitarv
provide tests for the application of manoeuvres i��� .he autumn kI
peat  as  a   fuel.    For   instance,    its!Victor Emmanue, ia an Suslas.   n
"GET   THE   HABIT
The Oxford Chancellor Range
���tc.lon in cooking and baking. ��� economical In the use of fuel, that Is cooJ
f Z  wlT .     v* h��M  W"a"",r' Rn" a'8�� eMy '�� ��"era''   '   ' V" I  ''-���
If you  wsl,  to be satisfied  ln  thesereepecU you    wlll    bu5   an OxlW
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T. J. TRAPP & CO., Limited
aerial navigation.
ed. T._e Itoman Catholic man of
business who arranges regular occasions for "fuclug himself manfully
before the bar of bis own conscience"
has his kindred spirits in all the
churches, and outside th0 church
pale, where men try to keep a grip
on themselves and on the things that
count.
It 1b just such    Incidents as these,
have   proved
���Scandinavia,
of  immense   value    in
conditions,   that
Tne Scrap Book Age.
Chautauqua, N.Y., Aug. 16.���Prof.
Richard Burton, of the university of
Michigan, scored the magazines and
certain classes of newspapers in an
address before the Assembly here Sa^
I urday.
"This   Is   the  scrap-book   age,"  said
country  is flooded
erature unfit for
ENGLISH TAKE MANAGEMENT
OF TURKISH NATIONAL BANK
London, Aug. 16.���Sir Henry Bab-
ington Smith, secretary to tbe post-
office, has accepted the presidency of
the Xetional Bank of Turkey, which is
now being formed. Sir Henry has
been principal private secretary to
the Chancellor of the Exchequer, a
clerk in the Treasury, secretary io tbe
British delegations to the Brussels
mnietai-y conference and president of
the Council of Administration of tie
Ottoman  public debt.
Note Paper and Envelopes
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The   F a i r | The latest in Spectacles and Eye
Glasses, Frames, Eye Protectors
etc., at
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We buy for cash and sell for the same
5PRING    LAMB,    CHOICE
AND SAUSAGE.
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WEST  ONTARIO  WOULD
BECOME SEPARATE  PROVINCE
Prof. Bunon. "The
with a loi of cheap III
suggestive    of    new
iizatio. Hie prophet., of pessimism:^ f"nc.it,,s. The ti���,e U coming
may still moan "I only am left," but|,when womun wlU take a larger part
the men of vlskm and of faith know    "   ""	
in   our   public  affairs   and  enjoy    a
PortArthur, Ont., Aug, 16.���J. G. G-
Bagely has announced that a public
meeting will be held in a few days to
discuss separation from Old Ontario
arid tht} forming of a new province on
account of dissatisfaction of the gov-
i-rnment's   timber  policy.
THE DRUGGIST AND
 ^^^^^^^^^^^1 OPTICIAN
Central   Meat   Market! Eyes Tested Free.    Phone 57.
Jorner Eighth St. ana   sm_ Arena*    M>* ������������������ ������������*f
PHONfc   ��?a
���OWELL A ODDv. Proon.tcr*
Bank of Montreal
. _. ._,in auuw |franchise, and  when this time comes
that those who have not bowed  the'there  will  bp. a change in regard to
knee to Baal are a great and a grow
ing host."
THE GREATEST GENERAL IN THE
WORLD.
Under whatever
nation may choos. .. _-_���, w .nut,
Lord Kitchener is today beyond question the most emlnciat military man
in th�� world. Lord Rob-erts, who
mode his great prestige in India and
Afghanistan, has passed; Genera) Gal
the   literature
home..
that  comes   Into
our
GUMI STATIONS
title   the   British
e to confer on him,
Capital  Ha. Been  Removed to  Simp.
tonshaven and Many Improve-
tn��nte  Effected.
Forgot Hubby'�� Name.
Londan, Aug. 16.���A woman about
35 years of age, giving the name of
Grace Sellin, of Toronto, walked into
the  police  station   this  morning and _^_^^^^^^^^^^m
asked  the detectives to arrest a man _____
she claimed  married her on Monday,
[and skipped out yesterday with all Sydney, Aug. 16.���There have just
her money. The woman said she been Signified development at Simp-
first met the man in a King street tonshaven, the principal German sta-
_ , _.,ai ixai-icar   on    Sunday.      He asked her on tlon ln the South Pacific.    The Ger-
lifet, the last of the Franco-Prussian I Sunday night to marry him. On Mon- man government has decided to re-
tv���-' n-Q��������� _ mm a���. a, a . Iday afternoon they drove to London move the capital of the German pos-
War French commanders, died a few ltowns,)lp and were man.,ed. yesterday sessions thither from Herbertabohe.
days ago; not a single eminent Ger- Her husband left suddenly, taking all Wharfs at Simptonshaven, capable of
man commander in that war has sur- her money, about $200, with him, The accommodating the largest ships, have
vived;   all  the generals  of any  note  woman gave the name of a boarding already been erected. Provisions have
in.,- ni���ii nr-    i,       p���  house where she had stayed, aim on been made for a future coaling base.
lean Civil War have lone . Tracks  ugab,e  f0_  m,,Uary   purpoges
extend to the surrounding hills.. A
resldifital area haa been planned-
Simptonshaven Is a natural land locked harbor, capable of being rendered
Impregnable In a short time, Reports
of private visitors have been furnlsa-
ed to th-o federal military authorities.
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL $14,400,000.00
RESERVE 11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada and
Newfoundland, and ln London, Eng
land, New York, Chicago and Spokane
V- S. A., and Mexico City, a general
banking business transacted. Let
ters of Credit issued, available with
correspondents in    all  parts of    the
IN SOUTH PACIFIC'    S&ms* *�����* Department-Deposit^
'������ecelved In sums of  .1 and Upward J
and Interest allowed at 3 per cent  per
annum (present rate).
Tntl.   Assets over $168,000,000.00.
-Ey WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
0- D. BRYMNER, Manager.
Easter-brook  Milling Company,
E-urne,   B. C.
FLOUR !      FLOUR !
IMPERIAL     |72R  �����.  nhl
HINDOO FLOUR V . ..Rfo J'..  Z.
McQuarrie & Cn. fi'qur and feed mbrchants_
FRONT STREET. New Westminster;
Telephone 333.
In m Y ��� c"-"wa',a "l tt��y note """"*" save tn0 name of a boardir
W the American Civil War have long ,ho,l8e where ��tie had stayed and .
since gone over to the majority there    nve8ti.e��-ting the police found'sl,,. bad
spine Lord Kitchener's pre-eminence I pay her board bill. Mrs. Sell ��� t'.
"n tne way of actual achievement and'sh�� lla�� forgotten the name of the
well-established   reputation l"mn she was married to, but desert ied
That reputation    is    has���i   n ,'   tts   being   tal1   an'l   rather Bood.
ib    based, not on  looking and a nice talk...
Northern  Crown  Bank
HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG
THE ONLY BANK W.TH HEAD OFFICE IN THE WEST.
PAID UP CAF.TAL  l2200|000
NEW WELLINGTON
COAL
i___mfIN SMITHY COAL
BANFF ANTHRACITE COAL
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Successor  to
Mayers A Preiton
Office, Front 8t., Foot of Sixth
P. O. Box 345. Phona 105;
.ndlSJeh.rt.'.M w::f.r0nflDC:T,trn ��""0*��Wt��, western ��pl��'i
titled with western Inters at. "J. ��f 'TPort��"". �������!. bank is KM*
Canada. Interests mors fully  than  any  other  bank
SAVINGS DEPOSITS SOLICITED.
# Manager N. H. MACDONALD, N.w We.tmln.ter. }
advertIsOsTthTTiews T0_SDAV, AUGUST 17, H*
THE  DAILY  tf^WS.
PAGE K IVE.
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Move-On Sale.    .SPORTING NEWS
See our advertisement
on Page Eight.
W. S. Collister & Co.
SATURDAY'S OAME REVIVE PLAN FOR
HILL BE POSTPONED!      ATHLtHE ASSOCIATION
Sue:    Sems  to   Be   the   Probability  at
nt Time���Salmon Bellies
Getting Back to Form.
Sch;me for the Establishment of Club
for This City Is Again Receiving
Consideration.
Get Your Home Furnishings From the
Old Reliable House.    We have quality
and prices in proportion.    See
W.   E.   PALES
612-618 Agnes Street.
Undertaking in all its Branches.
Announcement
We take this opportunity of thanking our many customers for their patronage while in the Dupont
Bluck. We have moved to our new store in the
Hail-Lavary Block, next to City Hall, and solicit a
continuance of your patronage at our new premises.
Summer Goods being cleared out at slaughter price.
pfiESS .MUSLINS, DRESS LINENS-Regular price
25c to 50c per yard, to clear today at, -inf
per yard ' "l
'S DRY GOODS HOUSE
M.   A.   HAROLD   GORDON,   Manager
A   SALE   AMOY
- AT-
The Old Country
Boot Store
Tht variety of tempting bargains displayed is too varied to give all
ike details in an ordinary advertisement. Therefore see our door and
*"pdow and bargain tables. Every lot is priced In plain figures, and
our usual KEEN CUT CASH PRICES are  away  down  to  the   BOTTOM.
N. B.���Our Children's Fall School Boots are here; prices away
dfwi at sale.     Now is your opportunity.
Tie Old Country Boot Store
661 Columbia Street.
J.  STEWART,  Proprietor.
li now seems Id be almost certain
ili.u Hut. wiii Ij,. no lacrosse game
on Bai .i i.--. .,! the present week.
For some time, past negotiations
have been going ou between New
Westmlnstei act] Vancouver for th.
. i uieni ol the game booked for
next Sa urday, and although up to las1
ui^hi no definite agreement had been
arrlvi . at, ii appeared from utter-
aiii ���., ol ::;,. officials of the local club
ipi i.,- extremel) probable thai tbe
game �� vii , called ofl,
Vancouvei wishes in cull thi game
:! , i .   v u jours v, ishes io at
tend :h.- opening of ih,. race ' racs on
l.iiiu Island. New Westmlnstei wants
to _uli he . v bei .i I .��� ii Is feared
thai iu, counter attraction of tlie
"v ning of ihe Milium ilni. would
bat ii.. effect uf hurtling tlu- aiteud-
ance.
Also Hi,- Salmon Bellies could do
verj nlcelj wiih a mil,, mur,. rest
li necessar) the boys could plaj on
Saturday. Doughey's nose I- not yet
quite well, but he would In- in a c<m-
dition I,, play by Saturday. The
other men bave ail been rc.-iiii.ig since
the last game, and m,. now in very
good shape.
if nothing untoward happens in the
meantime,  ii   looks  very  much  lik,- a
|snr0   thing   for   New   Westminster   i"
iln-  next  game,      If  they  could   heat
Vancouver    without    Doughey Spring
land wiiii Rennie off for a part ol the
game,   tbey     .hould     be  able   to   run
[rings round them, with ihose two re-
| doubtable* on again.      And  they will
be on again    when    next    the teams
mt>et.
And one mor-,- game to New Westminster squashes all Vancouver's
hopes of the Minto cup for this sea-
son.
The agitation for the establishment
ol  vi  athletic club In this  city  lias
in-a renewed, and It looks verj much
| as   it   sum,-   definite  --"-eps   would   be
. taki-n iti the near future.
At the present time the move is
conisieii to a number of ciii/.'-u.-, in-
ter.sted In athletics, and the presenl
is nol regarded as an opportune time
for springing iho soheme upon the
general puhlic. Although, liowewr,
uo general canvass has been made, it-
is understood that over three thousand dollars bave been promised,
while it is further stated that one
public-miuilp-d citizen has offered the
use of a valuable piece of propertj
as  i Bite fppr the proposed buildiug
Ai the present tim�� the min.I of the
i public is occupied with outdoor s, mis
It Is probable, however, that w'ih the
coming ppi Un- fall ami thr renewal of
interest In Indoor athletics an appeal
will b,- mad,., to the general public.
The- plan Is tu si art an amateur athletic association in this city, having
Its piwn building, provided with baths,
gymnasium ami all the other out tit of
the regular club. It i_ anticipated
j that such  an  institution  would  serve
PHONE   176.
NIGHT  CALL  81.
The Royal Bank of Canada
(Incorporated 1S69)
Capital Paid up $4,700,000
Restrve Fund      5,400,000
Total Assets 55,000,000
In and  out of town  accounts  solicited,
SAVINGS   BANK  DEPARTMENT
Foreign and Domestic Exrhang,- and
Travellers' Chequ-'s bought and sold.
Telegraphic  transfers effected.
as a headquarters
letics in this city.
for    amateur ath-
We Are Selling
No. 1 Dairy Butter, per pound,
30c
No. 2 Dairy  Butter, per pound,
25c
BEST VALUES IN TEAS AND COF
FEES.      OUR 40c COFFEE   (FRESH
GROUND)   IS A WINNER.
ADAMS &. DEANS Grocerit!S and Crockery ware
Calgary and Victoria were tb.- Winners in the big knterprovinclal tournament which commenced in Vancouver yesterday. Victoria beat Portland by 14 runs, while Calgary took
the game from Vernon by 98.
Vancouver and Seattle and the Bur-
rards and Vernon will meet today.
Honors for Sergeant BlackBurn.
Winnipeg, Auk. IB.���A civic reception awaist Sergt. Blackburn upon his
it-turn from Bisley. He will be presented with it go! 1 winch and chain
by Mayor Evans ou behalf jl the City.
New Westminster,  B.  C.   Branch,
F.  SHUTE,  Manager.
The Question
Where to buy furniture cheap as well
as good
Is Answered
HORSES  ARRIVE  FOR j by  directing   vou   to  the  store   where
MINORU  CLUB   MEETivou ca_   see  th(?  largest Btock of new
and second-hand goods of all kind, ln
Vancouver, Aug. 16.���About ,vvo the citv.
hundred horsese are now quart-red at i i have a splendid Cream Separator
Minora club and more arc coming Uq- sa]6i nearly new.
just as fast as the railroads and steam- j com,' and see how much more you
ship companies can bring them. By can get tor JX,ur m0_ey here titan
Saturday, when  the first race meet- elsewhere,
ing under the auspices of the British |    Repairing of guns, umbrellas. type-
Columbia    Thoroughbred    association , writ, rs,  and  light  automatic  machln-
ihegjns, there will be six or seven hun- lery ariQ- bicycles a specialty,
died  speedy  equines quartered at the |
fine new racecourse at Brlghouse Sta^ i
'tion,   Lulu     island.    Th  370    horses i
(Which   have   been   racing  at  the   Wil- 'SECOND - HAND      STORE.
lows  track, Victoria,  will  require the' _r��w��-��_*i
greater part of the week to get here
as th. stamshlp companies are find-
lug it quite a problem to bring them
all over in a hurry. Every boat yesterday and today brought Its quota.
THE   VERY    LATEST   THING
IN
PostCards
IS AT
MOREY'S
TEN VIEWS IN ONE INSERTED FOLDER. FOUR OF
THE VIEWS HAVE TO DO
WITH THE MINTO CUP.
SEND ONE TO EVERYBODY
YOU KNOW. TEN CENTS
EACH.
MOREY'S
BOOKSTORE.
665 Columbia street.
Alex. Speck
[Columbia St.
'Man on the Wheel
C.  RIFLE TEAM   REACHES
TORONTO ON WAY TO SHOOT
Toronto, Aug. 16.���The British Columbia rille team which will compete
in tbe annum slnxit of thi Ontario
Rifle association at the Long Branch
ranges, arrived last night With all tinmen in good shape. There are over
three hundred entries for the meet
and the shooting commences tomorrow. There will be fourteen British
Columbia men competing. The conditions appear favorable.
HUE IS QUENCHED
uiken to the    station.      He remained
fairly   quiet    until    the    police  com-
 H menced  to  search   him,   then   be   ai-
IM  fHI-AM.  I INFB tempted to fight.     He was overpow-
II.  l_-____   LIIlCIl wed aud put   away iu    the cells to
cool off.
Big  Vessel  Which  Was  Sunk  on  Sunday  to  Extinguish  B,aze   Is
Now   Refloated.
TELEPHONE   97.
COLUMBIA STREET.
���TO . VEAL, PORK
���"lh Prrk   sausages dally.      i
Be,t ot  Farmer's  Pork.
PACIFIC
Meat Market
Phone 192
McMENEMY _ ANDERSON      Columbia St.
���������������������������*���������������������$
Electric Railway Service
2
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:
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*
4
l
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Interurban Lin*.
C;ir8 for Vancouver and way
stations will run every half
hour from 5:50 a. m. Last
car leaves at ll p. m.
Last car leaves Vancouver at
H:30 p.m.
l:,ira leave the depot every
tWl'nty minutes for both Sap-
""'ton and city limits over the
c'ty  line.
City Line: Cars leave tram
offlce on the hour, twenty minutes after, and forty minutes
after, commencing at 6:20 a. m
8apperton Line: Cars leave |
at ten minutes alter the hour, ���
half past and fifty minutes after 4
the hour, commencing at 6:30 X
a. m
Sunday service half-houriy between S:30 a. m. and 11. p. ra-
Liverpool, Aug. 16.���The Cunard
lln�� steamer Lucanla, which was seriously damaged by fire and sunk at
the Huskl89u.i dock last night has
been refloated with the aid of tugs
and pumps and today sho is being
drydocked for repairs.
The fire broke out on the big liner
Saturday evening and ls supposed to
have originated in the saloon kitchen.
The flames spread until they reached
the steerage, consuming all the woodwork and then attacked the fore hold.
Thousands of personB wore attracted
to the river to watch the Barnes shoot
from the vessel which was a roaring
furnace.
Early Sunday morning the vessel
was Hooded and soon settled on the
mud bottom. The second class quarters and the after pan of the boat,
Including the engine room, escaped
Injury and little damage was done to
tho exterior of the vessel. Some of
the hull plates were Warped by the
heat.
D. ,1. McQuarrie, local manager of
the B. C. Electric Railway Co.. his
In-other A. L. McQuarrie, the Misses
Morrison, Miss McKinnoii of Portage
la Prairie, and Miss Wilson -of Seattle, cousins to M. McQuarrie, returned
yesterday from a camping trip at his
summer home near  Ponder  harbor.
Som_ Aeroplane, This!
Toronto, Aug. 16.���Behind locked
doors a Toronto man is working on an
aeroplane that he claims will make
him world famous as an aviator, the
aeroplane will carry three iieople, can
'stay In the air more than half-aday,
i travel 30 miles an hour, and Is run by
a four h.p. cylinder gasoline engine,
if the first flight succeeds the aviator
; will try to fly across the lake to
[Niagara, a distance of thirty miles.
Westminster
Transfer Co.
bifflce 'Phone 115.     Barn 'Phone 137
Columbia Street-
Baggage   dellverea   promptly   to
any part of the city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TRAM   DEPOT
���!_��_.___
CANADIAN PACIFIC
ATLANTIC STEAMSHIPS
____f��ii_i ua__.e_Jfc_j___
Vou will find It to your advantage
to arrange your booking at this office,
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 apply to
E. OOULET,
C. P. R. Agent.
G. P. DILLON, D. V. S.
(McGill  University.)
Veterinary Surgeon to the
City of New Westminster.
OFFICE:
EIRE   MALL   No.   1
| Gasoline Tanks and
Fishermen's Supplies
X Trust Block, Front St., New Westminster
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JAMES & McCLUGHAN
ADDITIONAL CITY NEWS.
The tug Flyer left port yesterday
afternoon with a scow of rock from
Gilley Bros., consigned to the municipality of Point Grey.
A parade of A and B Companies of
the Sixth D. C. O. R. will be held In
the armories this evening ln preparation for the expedition to Seattle In
connection with the dedication of tho
Vancouver arch there on Saturday.
The Vacouver companies parade to'
morrow evening.
A sailor from the Canadian Mexican
steamship Georgia raised a storm at
the city police station last night,
when arrested for drunkenness and
disorderly conduct. H�� was found
by a constable lying apparently dead
to the world on the street, after having assaulted another man, and was
X   British Columbia Electric Ry. Co..l��d
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 KODAK8
AND SUPPLIES.
Spectacles 50c up.
Live Stock  Insurance
Live stock Insurance has fast become recognized as one of the
be��t kinds of Insurance in existence, and an ever-Increasing number
of stock owners are protecting themselves against the serious losses
which they havs had to suffer In the past. I represent the only
strong, reliable Canadian company carrying this class of Insurance,
and as they do not handle any nsurance but live stock they are able
to fulfil their obligations to th greatest satisfaction, and every
legitimate loss which has occu red on any of the company's policies
since thsy started business, ha been promptly paid, cheques usually
being forwarded within a day o two, and the following letter Is an
Instance:
N.w WestmlnBter, June 23, 1909.
A. W. McLeod, Agent British American Live Stock Ass'.n
Ltd., New Westminster, B. C.
Dear Sir,���I beg to thank you and your company for
the prompt settlement made for the loss of my mare
"Nell," for although my claim form was only completed
yesterday I have already received cheque for 1200.00 In
lull payment. Tours sincerely,
(Sgd).     J. A. OIBSON.
You may be the next to loss soma  valuable  stock,  enquire  for particulars.
ALPRtD   W.   McLEOD
INSURANCE BROKER,
657 COLUMBIA STREET. PHONI 61
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I . 1909.
Advertising Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
A -By-law to enable the Council Of
the Ciiy of New Westminster 10 raise
by loan the sum of Four Thousand
(.40un.u0) Dollars for the purpose of
advertising the  City.
Whereas, it is expedient to expend
the sum of Four Thousand (.4000.00)
Dollar- in advertising ibe City aud
that the said sum should be raised on
tUe credit of tb. Corporation.
And Whureas, i_ appears that if the
sum of Four Thousand I.40UU.OO)
Dollars he appropriated from the
general revenue of the City tor the
cum nt year the ra'e of taxation will
be excessive, and it is 'expedient that
such excessive taxation should be
avoided, and the t-nld sum should be
raised on th��� credit of tbe Corporation, and that debp.-ntures should be
IsBued for tbat amount.
And, Whereas, for the payment of
Interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under this By-Law, and
for creating a sinking fund forthepay-
ment of the said debentures whendue,
it will he necessary to raise by special
rates, In addition to a'l other rates,
each year during tlie currency of thta
6nid debentures, the sum of Two Hundied and Thirty-Five and 46-WU
($235.46)  Dollars-
And, Whereas, In order to raise
the said yearly sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Fire and 4U-10U
($235.46) Dollars an equal special rate
on the dollar will be required _ he
levied on the whole rateable pioperty
of the City of New Westminster;
And, Whereas, the whole rateable
property of the said City, according
to the last revised assessnip-nt roll
thereof, is Five Millions, Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand, Four
Hundred and Forty-Five ($5,31)1,445.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, tlie total amount of
th. existing debenture debt of the
said CUy is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars irrespective of the sum of Three Hundred
and Ninety-four Thousand ($394,000.-
00;' Dollars proposed to be raised under the "Hospital Debenture By-law
1909," the "Waterworks Debp-nturt,.By
law 1909," tbe "Street Improvement
By-law 1909,' the -'Incinerator Debenture By-law 1909," and the "City-
Gaol Debenture By-Law 1.09," ol
which none of the principal or interest  is in  arrears.
Now therefore ibc. .Municipal Council of the Corporation of 'the City of
New Westminster enacts as fallows:
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 be willing to advance the same on the credit
of the debentures, hereinafter mentioned, any sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole the sum
of Four Thousand ($4000.00) Dollars
and 10 cause the same to lie Paid into
the Treasury of the said City for tne
purposes mentioned herein.
1. It shall be lawfua for the Mayor
to cause any number of debenturf-s
to be made, not exceeding In the
whole the sum of Four Thousand
($4000.00) Dollars, for such sum. of
money as may be required, not less
than $100.00 each, or an equivalent
expressed In pounds sterling of the
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and aj] sui-h debentures shall ibe sealed with the Seal
of the Corporation Signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by such oth r
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the first day of .TUly 1959,
at such place or places as the Council of the said Corporation may ifrom
time to time appoint, with the approval of the holders theroof, and
Shall have attached to them coupons
for the ray ment Of interest at the
rate of five per centum per annum on
the amount thereof, wJiicit interest
shall be payable half yearly on the
first of January and the first day of
July, in each and every year, and tn.
said eoui_n_ shall be signed Hay the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate "n the dollar
shall be levied and raised iti ��ach
year, ln wldition to all other rates
on all vateable property of the City,
sufficient to pay the Interest 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 the Fame.
5. Subject as aforesaid, thei_ shall
be riii-��ed annually hv Special rates
as aforesaid, during the c-/.-eney of
the said debentures, the sum of Two
Hundivd IS.OO.OO) Dollars for the
pavnvn-. of Interest thereon, and the
Punt ppf Thirty-Five and 46-10U
($86.46) Dollars to provide for the
repayment   of   the   principal
fi. The proceeds of the sale or rn��
said debentures shall i>e applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towtrde
paying th- cosl of the passing of
this By-law and the Issue and sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall take effeoi on
the 25th. day of August 1909, and maybe cited as the "Advertising By-law
1909."
8. This By-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
In  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.
hour* of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
|m., at the following -places, namely:
The CiPiiueii Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; aad the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
sweet.
W, A. DUNCAN,
City olerk.
City   Hall,   July  22nd,  1909.
City Haul debenture by-
Law, 1909.
A Bylaw to enable the Council ol
the City of New Westminster 10 raise
by loan  the sum of    Six    Thousand
($61 .00)  Dollars for the purpose of
building a Cuy Gaol and Police Court
Boom.
U lnre:i.s. ii is expedient to erect a I
building to be used as a City Gaol
and Police Court Boom, and to use
that portion of the Civic Building,
now used tor those purposes, for other,
purposes and to expend *n the erec-
tlon of the said building the sum of
Six Thousand ($6000.00) Dollars, and
ihat the said sum should be raised on ,
the credit of the Corporation.
And Whereas, It appears that If the
sum of six Thousand ($600.00) j
Dollars be appropriated from the
tmnornl revenue of the Ciiy for the
current year the rate of taxation will
be excessive, and It Is expedient that
such excessive taxation should be
avoided, aud tb,. saiil sum should be
raised on tbe t-r.-d 1 of the Corporation, and that debentures should lie
issued  for  that  amount.
And, Whereas, for the payment of
Interest on the debentures proposed
to be issued under this By-Daw, atd
for creating a sinking luud lor the payment of the said debentures whendue,
it will be necessary to raise by special
rates, in addition to all other rates,
each year during the currency of the
said debentures, the sum ol 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 lie required to be levied on
the whole rateable property of
City of New  Westminster,
NOTICE.
,\ikc noiice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-Law
which will be taken into consideration
ny the Municipal Council of the City
oi' Nt .v Westminster c_e month from
the date of the first publication thereof In the -Daily News" and "Daily
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22nd.
day of July 1909. and that a vote of
the electors of the City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25111 day of August, num. between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and flve p.
111.. at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
WaterWV��?kfl Storehouse, Eleven, h
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
CUv Clerk.
City   Hall,   Julv   22nd,   1909.
6.    The proceeds of 'the sai6 of the  sufficient to  pay ^J^^   tSlktng
said   debentures  *hall   be  applied  as debentures.  ��� m    to       < ^    ,
-wise:   lowarus fund tor   ^ '��->��" JJ,(. ,o ^ Ac,
���ling the same.
S.S.
passing   ot thereof
follows,  and  not  other
paving  the  cost ��f  llle
this   Hy-law   and   the   issue  and   sale M enactment respec                             n
of the debentures thereto referred to. 5.   Subject as ;llM ���'"'���'ia
7     This By-law shall take effect on be   raised   annua l.v   b     BPf����
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may as aforesaid   during   he cun     y
he cited as the "Waterworks Deben- the Bald de entureB   the "����_ 01 *
_?re  By-l^r, 1909." teen  Hundred   (*1500.    Dollars
-his By-law before   the   final the payment of ��-'���������     "  ""
I    :
rates
of
in
ai
-1
s.
lnteresi thereon
Handled   nm! Sixty-
passing thereof. shaH receive the^as- tlie sum 0(f Two ^..^  piil,.u.s ,0
of the l��''n-
jent of the electors of the said Ciiy Five ami
in  ihe manner required   by  lew. provide for
Received the assent of the electors cipal.
on the day of 1909.
K, considered and  finally  pas ed in
open Council the day of	
1909.
tie.- payment
the
City Clerk.
Mayor.
Waterworks Debenture By-
Law, 1909.
Hi,
A By-law to enable the Council 01
City of New Westminster 10 raise
Iby joau the sum of Two Hundred and
Thirty-Pour Thousand ($234,000.00)
Dollars for the purpose of increasing
the capacity of the Ciiy Waterworks
S3 sip-m.
Whereas, it is expedient to oon-
:struct au additional Main Pipe Line
'for the City Waterworks System from
Coquitlam Lake to tbe Queen's Park
Reservoir, and also from the Reser-
'voir to the City limits on Lulu Island,
(and for that purpose 10 expend the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-Four
Thousand  ($234,000-00)  Dollars.
And Whereas, lt appears ihat if the
sum of Two Hundred and Thirty-
Four Thousand ($234.00) Dollars
j be appropriated from the general
Irevenue of the City for the current year the rate of taxation will
j be excessive, and it is expedient that
'such    excessive    taxation   sliould    be
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
tru. copy of the proposed Hy-law
which will b_ taken into considerat on
by the jilunlclpal Councl1 of th ��� C ty
of New Westminster one month rrom'
the plac of the first publication th i'1'
of In 1 tie "Daily News" and "Daily
Columbian" newspapers, which f rsl
uhllcatlon took plac,. on the 22nd.
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of th-e City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of August, 1909, between the
hours of nine o'clock a.m. and five P-
111., at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building:
ihe Fire Hall, Sapperton; and the
Waterworks Storehouse, Eleventh
street.
W.  A. DUNCAN.
Cifv Clerk.
City   Hall,   July  22nd,   1909.
Hospital Debenture By-Law,
1909.
fi    The proc. eds of the sale o
said  debentures shall be appled ss
follows, and not otherwise:   lowa.de
paving the cost of ihe pass.ng Ol
this By-law and the Issue ami sale
of the debentures therein referred to.
7. This By-law shall lake effect on
the 25th. dav of Augusi 1909, and may
be cited as the "Hospital Debenture
Bv-law,  1909."
8, This Hy-law before the final
passing thereof, shall receive the assent of the electors of th. saiil CUy
In   the  manner requited   by   law.
Received the assenl of Hie electors
on  the day of 1909.
Reconsidered and finally passed
open Council the.
Tht.   steam,-
BracKiiiiiii K, , Wharl
afternoon, excepi s_
for  l.ailm r, Siv
Saturday al  2 p.m
every
Additional    trip"  y,
leaving New Westmin   -,���', -'    :'?
This schp-plub, "am'
Without notice. c:an8��
Westminster Satui -
fori    Returning,   leavi
j Week day  morning
":'��-"t rat..
For freight and ,
ply to '""iiii
ROBERT JARDINE,
__________________ Manager.
���'    ���__��
Treasurer thereof, 01
person or persoi 1 u
unio  lawfully autl _
3.    Th-     said   (j,
payable on the
at such place or , JgMgj
,
shall ti.
in
day of.
19119.
cl)  of  llle said  1
Ume to time aj
proval  of tin- ho
shall have attached   01
for the  paymi nt 0
rate of five per Cl
th,.  ipinount   thereo
shall
first of Januar)   ,
City Clerk. Mayor. July. |n .ach and evi
saiil  coupons  shall   be
said  Mayor.
shall   be  levied  and ,
y.ar.  In addition  lo all   - �� -,^
on all  rateable propt    . ,.-; ^ Y'
sufficient  to  pay  thi       ,r , Y,'fc_
debentures, and to
fund for ihe payment
v ,    apers, which "first thereof when due, ��� , . ���-. ��� ^
2nd. or enactment respecting th, mg,
Subjp-ct as afon
NOTICE.
notice  that the above  is
maj [mn 1
��� -lie ap.
.��I
i;'-m I
' ;e
'' mom oa
,   tt,|i'','i int-re_.I
be paya I, early on
���'��� dav of I
1 tlw
t_9
avoided, .-ind the  said sum should be      A By-law to enable  the  Council  of
raised  on  the credit of  the  Corpora-  the CUy of New Westminster io raise
tion,   and   that  debentures  should   be  by loan  tie sum of Thirty  Thousand
ti.;issued for that amount. ($30,000.00)   Dollars   for  the   purpose
And,  Whereas,  for  the  payment of of   granting   th(,   same   to   the   Ro>al
.n.    Whereas    the   who'e   rateable Interest  on   the   debentures  proposed Columbian Hospital,
property  of tbe'said  City   according !t0 be i?s,,ed under lhis  By-Law, and      Whereas,   it is   expedient   to   grain
- for creating a sinking fund tot'be pay- the sum of Thirty Thousand ($:i0.-
meiit of the said debentures whendue, 000.00) Dollars for'tli,. purpose 0/ as-
it will be necessary to raise by spec al slsting in tlie erection of a new build-
rates, in addition to all other rates, lng for the Royal Columbian Hospit-
leach year during the currency of the al in this City.
J said debentures, the sum of Thirc-en And Whereas, It appears that If the
Thousand, Seven Hundred and Se. sum of Thirty Thousand ($30,000.00)
enty-Four and 52-100 ($13,774.52) Dol- Dollars be appropriated from the
'ars- general  revenue  of the  City   for  the
And, Whereas, in order to raise the current year the nUe of taxation will
isaid yearly sum of Thirteen Thousand be exce.slv., and it is expedient that
���Seven Hundred and Seventy-Fwir and such excessive taxation should be
152-100 ($13,774.a2) Dollars an equal avoided, and fhe said sum shoulu be
der the "Hospital Debenture By-law sPfOtel rafe on the dollar will bc. re- raised on the credit ot the Corpora-
1909" the "Waterworks Debenture Bv-'qu,red to he 'evied <>n the whole rat--- tlon, and that debentures should be
law 1909," the "Street Improvement!;1'116' Property- of the City 01 New issued for that amount.
By-law   1909,''    the    "Incinerator  De- j Westminster; And,   Whereas,  for  the  payment of
benture Bv-law 1909" and the "CUv And- Whereas, the whole rateabl. interest on the debentures proposed
Gaol Debenture Bv-law 1909" ot Iproporty of the said City, according to be issued under this By-Law, and
which none of the principal or'lnteY'0 tho last revised assessment roll for creating aslnklngfund forthepay-
est is in  arrears |thereof,  is Five  Millions. Three Hun-  ment of the said debentures whendue
Now therefore'the Municipal ("oun- jdred and Ninety-One Thousand Four It will be necessary to raise by special
ci! of the Corporation of the City of | ""ndr��d and F��rty-Five ($5,391,446.- rates, in addition to all other ra,es,
New Westminster enacts as follows:   |00), D,oi[aY.s- . , each year during the currency of the
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor Aml- Whereas, the total amount of said debentures, the sum of Seventeen
of the *aid  Citv to raise bv way of ",   existing    debenture  debt or  the Hundred   and  Sixty-Five   and   96-100
'said  City is One Million,    Two Hun-  ($1765.96)  Dollars.
Tak.- notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will be taken Into consideration
by the Municipal Council of th City
of New Westminster one month from
the dine of the first publication thereot iu Um "Dally hews" and "Dally
Columbian'
puil lication tork plac,, 1 n the
day of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of the City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on the
25th day of August, 1909, between the
j hours of nine o'clock a.m. nnd five P-
im.. at the following places, namely:
The Council Chamber, civic building;
the Flre Hall, Sapperton; ami the
Waterworks     Storehouse,     Eleventh
street,
W. A, DUNCAN,
CUv Clerk.
Citv   Hall,   Julv   22nd,   1909.
to the last revised assessment roll
thereof, is Five Millions. Three Hundred and Ninety-One Thousand. Four
Hundred nnd Forty-Five ($o._91,44fi.-
00)  Dollars.
And, Whereas, the total amount ot
the existing debenture debt of the
said CU. is One Million, Two Hundred and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars Irre
spective of the sum of Three Hundred
and Ninety-Two Thousand ($392,000.-
00)  Dollars proposed to be raised un
Street Improvement Debenture By-Law, 1909.
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 mentioned, arv sum or sums of money,
not exceeding in the whole th�� 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.
j 2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
jto cause any number of debentures
lo   be
dred   and   Nineteen   Thousand,    One ,    And, Whereas, in order to
Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   irre- said   yearly   sum  of    Seventeen   Hun- of      the
spective of the sum of One Hnndred dred   and     Sixty-Five    and      96-100 tear    tin
and   Sixty-Four   Thousand    ($164,000.-  ($1765-96) Dollars an
00) Dollar, promised to be rals<_ un- on  the dollar will
<ler   the   "Hospital   Debenture   By-law  levied on the whol
1909," the "Water-orks Debenture B.-- of the City of New Westminster;
law   1909."   the  "Street   improvement      And,   Whenas,   the   whole  rateabl
By-law   1909,''    the    "Incinerator  De- property  of the  said   City   according issued for that amount
benture By-law 1909,'' and 'he "City lo  the  last   revised   assessment    roll      And, Whereas, for the payment of
Gaol     Debenture    By-law     1909,"     of  thereof,  is  Five  Millions.  Three  Hun-  Interest   ou   the   debentures '
A By-law to enable the Council of
tlie City of New Westminster io raise
by loan the sum of One Hundred and
Four Thousand ($104,000.00) DoUars
tor Street Improvements.
Whereas, certain sums oi money hav,,
this year been expended out of iiv
gencr��i revenue of !'v Cuy for the
construction, Improvemeni and repair
of certain streeis and sidewalks, and
it is expedient that certain additional
sums be spent in like manner, amounting In all (with sums already so
spent) to th,- sum of On,. Hundred
and Four Thousand ($104,000.00) Dollars.
And Whereas, It appears thai if the
sum of One  Hundred and  Four Thousand   ($104,11011.011)   Dollars    b--  appro-
aise thi; priated    from    the   general    revenue
City      for      the    current
rate    of    taxation     wiii
qual special  rate  be excessive, and it Is expedient that
be  required  to be such    excessive    taxation    should    be
rateable property avoided, and  the said sum should  be
raisi-  on   the cr_d:t of  the  Corporation,  and   that  debentures  should   be
,1S limn-.- , i, ��� ., s.,al|i
be raised annually I y sp��ln ritesl
as  aforesaid, during     e ,t|
the said debentures, thi sut_ofFl?��l
Thousand Two Hundr ; ((;: ���,[
Dollars for the paymenl ol .r.'.estl
thereon, and the sum of SlneHlM
dtvd and Twenty-two ($922.0 Doll
lars to provide for the repayi>_t _|
th,- principal.
6. The proceds of the sah oitMl
said debentures shal! b. appiWul
follows, and not otherwl , roil
paving the cost of lhe a- ng ofl
this By-law and the Issue and _J
of the debentures therein refi-rr d toJ
7. This By-law shall t:ik.- effect(_|
the 25th. day of August 19 9,audi
be  died  as  the "Street  Iin;,:, i _etf|
Del p-ntur.-  Hy-law.  1909 '
8. This   By-law   before   tlie  !M|
passing thereof, shall  receive th
sent of the electors of tii   said Ci.|
ln   the  manner required       law,
Received the assent of the c'-otol|
on  the day of 19 i,
Reconsidered and finally pa -���: -.1
open Council the.
1909.
Citv Clerk,
Majttl
--,,., , . ,   , ���            --   ���   ������ .-,   promised
made,    not   exceeding  in   thelwhc(h none ��f tne principal or inter- dred and  Ninety-One Thousand, Four to be Issued  under this  By-Law   and
the   sum   of     Six    Thousand \est..is ln  arrears- Hundred   and   Forty-Five   ($6,391,445.-  for creating a sinking fund for the pay-
($6000.00)  Dolors, for such sums of L���N��.WJ^.heIYore lhe_ Mu?,r?a_,.r__u?_ 00). Doi:.ar.8- |ment of the said debentures when due
necessary to raigp- by special
addition  to  all  other rates,
whole   ,...    .,., .,    ,.,,.,,.	
00.00)   Dollars,  for such  sums ofl    Now therefore the Municipal Coun- 00)  Dollars. ment of the
money  as  may  be required   not less icil of ,,le Corporation of the City of      Anil   Whereas, the total amount or it will be
than  $100.00  each,    or an  equivalent INew WestmlnBter enacts as follows:    the   existing    debenture  debt  of  the'rates,  in
, I
expressed in pounds sterling of the] *��� It shall be lawful for the Mayor Said CUy is One Million, Two Hun
United Kingdom of Great Britain and pl the said City to raise by way of dred and Nineteen Thousand. One
Ireland,    at  a  value  of  4.866  to  the  loan from any person or persons, :bod,- Hundred   ($1,219,100.00)   Dollars   Irre-
NOTICE.
Tak,- nmiee that :Iie above I
true copy of the proposed By
which will be tak u-ideraN
by the Municipal Council uf tie or]
of New Westminster Jn... month ''""-I
the date of the -i'-- publication thei.
of in the "Dally News" and Wl
Columbian" newspapers, which l.ntl
pui.lication took place on ih -WT
day of July 1909, and that a ^M-l
tin- electors of the City wlll he :��Wf
on the said proposed bylaw oa I
2',th day of Augusi, 1909, betweentMj
hours of nine o'clock a.m, -md five^1
m.. nt the following places, nam .:|
Th-e Council Chamber, civic bulW
the Fire Hall, Sapperton; and ib|
Waterworks Storehouse, l_lev,.n_|
street.
W. A. DUNCAN,
C ty Clerk
City   Hall,  July  22nd,   1909.
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall he sealed with the Seal
of the Corporation Signed by the
Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be ther,-.
unto lawfully authorized.
3.    The     said   debentures  shall   be
payable on the first day of July 1959
at such place or places as the Coun- ,
cil of the said Corporation  may from
eacli year during the currency of the
and debentures, the sum of Six Thousand One Hundred and Twenty-two
($6,122.00)   Dollars.
, And, Whereas, |n order to raise the
said yearly sum of Six Thousand One
or bodies corporate, who may be will- spective of the sum of Three Hundr, d
ing to advance the same on the credit and   Sixty-Eight.  Thousand   ($368,000.-
of the  debentures,    hereinafter men- 00) Dollars proros- d to be raiseil un-
tioned,  any  sum  or  sums  of  money, der   the   "Hospital   Debenture   Bylaw  Hundred   and   Tw_nt)"two   ($6122*0-)
not  exceeding in the  whole the sum 1909," the "Waterworks Deb. nture Bv- Dollar--    an    equal    special    rate on
of    Two    Hundred    and    Thirty-Four law   1909,"   the  "Street   Improvement the dollar    will    be   required   to    be
Thousand   ($2:14,000)   Dollars, and to By.law  1909,"    the     'Incinerator Do   levied on the whole rateable property
cause    the    same    to    be    paid    into benture  By-law  1909,"  and the  "Citv of the Citv of New Wi Btminster-
the Treasury of the said City for the Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909,"    of I    And,   Whereas,   the   wl lie   rateable
purposes mentioned herein. which none of the principal or inter- property  of   .he  said   City   ���c.orUn'<
2.    It shall be lawful for the Mayor est is in  arrears. jto   the   last   revised
The following is a list ol thi J"1"11!
and amount to be expended on ^1
under   the  provisions   of  the   ^rejl
Improvement Debenture Bylaw, l**
Columbia street, Hassam lavement  ����.*_
Columbia street, (iilland r-
Hill   	
Front street	
Agnes  street   	
1.6W I
Eft)
3,00.1
with  the  ap-lt0  cause  any  number of  debentur, s I    Now then-fore the Municipal Coun- thereof, is Five Mill
assessment
ions, Three
he holders thereof, analto be made, not exceeding in tbo ci] of the Corporation of the Cty of dred and Ninety-One Thousand Foil
attached to them coupons whole the sum of Two Hundred and New Westminster -nacts as follows: Hundied and Forty-Fi-p ($6 891-446
vment of  Inierest    at   the |Thirty-Four      Thousand        ($234,000)       I.    It shall be      vful for the Mayor 00)   Dollars.
time to time appoint,
proval  of  the  holders
shall have
for  ihe  pa; .
rate of five per centum tier annum on (Dollars,    for    such    sums    of   money of  the said  City     , raise  by  way of
the  amount  thereof,    which  interest ��*    may    be    required,    not    less loan from any person or persons, todv
hall   be  pavable half yearly  on   uhe than $100.00 each,    or an equivalent or bodies corporate, who may be will-
in. of January and the first day of expressed   in   pounds   sterling  of  the In-, to advance the same on the credll
uiy, in each and every year, and the United Kingdom or Great Britain and of the  debentures,    hereinafter men-
oi tl .cou lions  shall   be  signed  bv   (he Ireland,    at  a  value  of  .4.8,,6  to  the tioned,  any   sum   or  sums  ol  money,
aid Mayor, pound  sterling;  and n-H  such deboni- not exceeding in  the whole thP sum and  Ninety-Four Thousand'($294 000
4.   A    special    rate on   the  dollar ures  shall   .e  sealed  with   the    Seal of Thirty Thousand   ($30,000.00)  Dol- 00) Dollars proposed to be rai '   '
hall   be  levied   ami   raised    n  each/of the    Corporation    signal by    the lars and to cause the same to be paid der  ihe  "Hospital
:ir.  In  addition   to all  olhor  rates |Mayor   and    countersigned    by    (He Into th,. Treasury of the said City for 1909," the "Wat
And, Whereas, the total amount of
the existing debenture debt of the
said CUy Is One Million, Two Hun
died and Nineteen Thousand, One
Hundred ($1,219,100.00) Dollars trre.
spectlve of the sum of Two  Hundred
Mayor
:on  'ill  rateable   property of  the  City, ITreasurer   thereof,   or   by  Mich   Other
siifflcip-nt  to  pay  the  Inierest   on   the  Person  or  persons  as   may  be  there-
debentures,   and   to  create  a  sinking "n'o lawfully authorized.
fund for the payment of the principal      3.    The     said   debentures  shall   bs
itherwif when due, subject to any Act  payable on the first day of July 1959,
or enactment respecting the same.      I at such place or places as the Coun-
the
ed un
Debenture   Bylaw
erworks Debenture Bv-
purposes mentioned  herein. law   1909."   iho  "Street   Improvement
2.   Ii shall be lawful Tor the Mayor By-law  1909,"    the    "Incinerator  De-
to cause  any  number of debentures benture By-law  1909," and the "City
to   be   made,     mi   exceeding   in   the Gaol    Debenture    By-law    1909"    of
T.llrlY''  snm  of  Tl|lr,-V   Thousand | which none of the principal or'inter-
($30,000.00)  Dollars, for such sums of ��t is in  arrears
5.    Subject as aforesaid, there shall j cll of the said Corporation may from i money  as  may  be  required,  not loss I    Now therefore thP MunlcLn-l  Conn
jbe  raised   annually   by  special   rates time  t0  tlmo appoint,    w:t.h  the ap-  than  $100.00 each,    or an  equivalent cll of the Corporation of
;as  aforesaid,   during  the currency  of """���"'   --'   "     ' - ' *  ���--     "   ���-��� '      '    ������
the said debentures, the Sum of Three
the City of
City Clerk.
Mayor.
NOTICE.
Take notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed By-law
which will bP taken into consideration
by the Municipal Council of the City
Of New Westminster one month from
the date of the first publication there
Of in the "Dally News" and "Dally
Columbian" newspapers, which first
publication took place on the 22nd.
flav of July 1909, and that a vote of
the electors of the. City will be taken
on the said proposed bylaw on th.
25th day of August, 1909, between the
Hundr.tl ($300.00) Dollars for the (for the payment of Interest at the
payment of Interest thereon and the |rate of five per centum per annum on
sum of Fifty-Three and 19.100 ($..:;.191 I the amount thereof, which interest
Dollars to provide for the repayment j shall be payable half yearly on tihe
of the principal. first of January and  the first day of
proval  of the holders    thereof,    and expressed  )n   pounds  sterling of tho New Westminster enact, as follow*-
shall  have attached  to them coupons UnlNd Kingdom of Great Britain and j    1.    It shall be lawful for the M.vc,
rrtfi     _nr_     i_f_vm-___.      f\t     {ntt.rt.ct _ 1      * lm     I.-<-il..n.l .. *      _       1 -      .   ~  I     _     .. .... *wi     *aje    "'"J"
6. The proceeds of the sale of tbe
said debentures shall bo applied as
follows, and not otherwise: Towanis
paying the cost of ihe passing of
thlB By-law and the issue and uale
of the debentures therein referred to.
July, in each and every year, and the
said coupons shall be signed by the
said Mayor.
4. A special rate on the dollar
shall be levied and raised in each
year,  In addition  to all  other rates,
7.    This By-law shall take effect on Ion all rateable property of ihe City,
the 25th. day of August 1909, and may
be cited as the "City Jail Debenture
By-law, 1909."
S. This By-law before the final
pass'ng thereof, shall receive the as
sent of the electors of the said CIt.v
ln   the  manner required  bv   lum.
Received the assent of the electors
on the day of 1909.
Reconsidered  and finally passed In
on��n Council the day of	
1909.
sufficient to pay the Interest on the
debentures, and to creat,. a sinking
fund for the payment of the erinclpa
Ireland
yor
of
Dufferin  Street   ..
McKenzie street  .
Lorne street  ...
First street  ...   .
Second street  ...
Third street ..  ..
Fourth  street  . . .
Fifth   street   . ..
Seventh sire��t .. ���
Eighth street ...
Nanaimo street   .
Twelfth streei  ..
Thirteenth streei
Fourteenth stre 1
Hamilton sireet  .
Dublin Btreei   ...
Edinburgh streel
London  street   . .
Tenth street  ...  ���
Alberta  sireet  . . .
Colmrg street  .   ..
Letth street	
Royal avenue . ..
Queen's avenue ..
Fifth avenue ,..
Fourth avenue ...
Sixth avenue . ...
Seventh avenue ..
Eighth avenue
IW
���1*1
NO
_iOJ
1.1W
- ���������'
1
l�����
1,308
1 !M
v'l
50.
1(10
3#
3,000
., ;jn
1.00
1,1100
2,500
1,500
1,500
1.4��l
at a  value  of  4.866  to  the;of the said  City to raise bv  wav ,
pound  sterling;   and all  such  debent- loan from any person or persons bodv  ,
ures  shall ihe  sealed  with  the    Seal or bodies corporate, who may b�� will- '   h,nl avenue       ���  ���    '     '6(��
of the    Corporation    Signed  by    the Ing to advance th�� same on the credit __nth avem'e	
Mayor   and    countersigned    by    tne of the debentures,    hereinafter men- "
Treasurer thereof, or  by such other tioned, anv  sum  or sums of monev
person or persons as may be there- not exceeding In  the whole the sum
unto lawfully authorized. of One  Hundred  ann iw n_S___S
Hospital street, Blair and B
chanan  avenue  ...   ���������
Streets generally  	
,    T,���,    ,.,,,., !of 0ne Hllndrw1 and Four Thousand
.!.    I lie     snld   debentures  shall  be  ($104,000,000)   Dollars
Total
-_.,nM   ������ .u   ,. -  ���  ���  ������-- '   ��� -    and  to cause
payable on the first day of July 1959, the same to be paid Into the Treasury
at such place or places as the Coun- of the said City for the purposes men-
cll of the said Corporation mav from tioned  herein.
time to time appoint,    with  the ap- j    2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
proval of the holders    thereof,    and to  cause  any  number of debentures
?ba" nftve attached to them coupons to  he  made,    not exceeding In   the
thereof when due, subject to any Act |for  the  payment of Interest    at  the whole  the sum of One  Hundred  and
or enactment respecting the same       (rate of five per centum per annum on Four Thousand   ($104,000.00)    Dollars th_ ritv of ��;�� Westminster ��
6.    Subject as aforesaid, , hers shall  the   amount   thereof     which   interest for   such    sums    of   money    ���___J' bv loin the ^uni of Tw.'v Tho^
he  raised   annually  by  special   rates shal  be paya |a half yearly  on  tho be    required,    not    less than $100.00   LlZ 00    Maw   for  the I"'r"0><
as  aforesaid   during  the  currency  of first of January and  the  Hrst _tty of each,    or   an    equivalent    expressed of  bulldlni an    nel n rat or.
the    said   debenture^ the   sum    of July. In each nnd every year, and the In    pounds, sterling   of     the   ll,,lt      W        %TS Sen   f"r the '*
Eleven    Thousand    Seven    Hundred s_Jd coupon, shall be signed by the ed   Kingdom of   Great   Britain   anil '���J!_SI_!. "# B��-^X nondM
Incinerator Debenture 8.
LawJ90-.
A By-lnw to enable th
Coun
cll��'
���aise
($11,700) Dollars for the payment of
interest theireon. and the sum of Two
Thousand   and   Seventy-Four  and   52-
sald Mayor.
4.    A    special
rate on  th"
Ireland.
and  provement   of  sanitary  con
Turin''
in
.tor
at  a value  of 4.866  to the the   Citv   that   a   public    ""'"..of
sh-.ll   be   leVed   in.   ml,   ,   ,   d��''*_   l'nund  sterling;   and all   such  debent-  should be built for the tlestr"" ���
shall   be   in.,,i   and   raised   ln   each  urea  shall  ibe  sealed  with   the    Seal  refuse  a    the  cost  of  Twenty  '
City Clerk.
1100   ($2074.52)  Dollar, to provide for year   In  addition   .6 all   othor   rates, of the    Corporation    slgnV by    the sand   ($'0 000 00)   Do ars.
Mayor, the repayment of the principal. on all rateable property of ,���G city, Mayor   and    countersigned    by    the     And SS It appear" Oil ��
tlw TLESDAV
AUGUST 17,
1909.
T H i_
�� W 8.
PAUL   S_tfc>
'
M "f T,rDaVroPriated
1 ,-eteUUe   Of   '
feeDf
I
be
t
^vuii
taised
ip'..
sue
AD I
I rum
Uie
lor  the
will
Division of New W..tuilrvtp-r D
(a). The name,  address   and
piripiu of   the applicant i.   I
couver    Power    Company,    i.
LADY ABERDEEN        jSTHEtT u��� THBEATENS   IABDUL'S WIVES
. ���     ���    Stent that having  it. head  Office  a    ,'-.   I
,1   be Vancouver,   British  Columbia
Km   " capital    of    $2,500000,  divided
.    i olDOra- 2,1    shares   of     $1.00     i
. hould
.,, ���# th,, Corpora^
1^1      ld "L'
of
NOW A MEDICO
HtALiH OF RACE
I   Ifl
.... paymen.
V.  ,..._   nroiiostd
on  tbe
i.
l   I
i under
���
debentures propost
By-Daw, anu
���*f_f .lie said de.
pew
|; _  i_.iw,   ��������"    iiinii    mu'       uviiueas
'-.nkirngfund fo' *W'  Mislilloet  river,  Mi,
,,, s whendue   ]nU.t (Indian Hive,)
.,:,iiii,'iiin   shares   of
Hilly   paid  up.
(,,)  Tb.   nam,-  of   lh,-   lake
,,r   i uiirie   (It  uiinaiiie l,   the
tion   is   an    unnamed    ci i _
from  tl_��-    northeasi    emptj li .
North    Aim   B
at or about loui
Cl
Bi     :i Medical Association
Admits Her as Honorary:
Life Member.
Rates  Induce  Peop,e
Ne..ssary   Exercise
Walking.
Forego
RETURN TO HOMES
t ^1AL>7_ IN CANADA
(t.
r._.7^____i____3
Bsary :   : ; ���'
_d_ltion io a"
���..    :������ ' ;''  miles from its mouth.
other i-a'p'Si;    (c, Th,.- lKdnt of division li
about
uid
_tes, in addlf��� ,},�� currency of tha Bve  inji,..s  torn  the Junction  ol i  Id l'.               .     in.���At   a   general!"'     '             ' mm too ctret
-.. ol one Thou. creel�� wiUl said river. _,   British  Medical Asso-  "'    |t facilities. "The inducement
nd S��V��nty-seven (d). The quantity of water appl   I fttess of Aberdeen was "��e *"a';1   aan walk 1 ., ,, mptatloi
'  , ,m_ Hundri i ������'"   .  '   '     _.,���    , .,   ,   ._  u*. eajs the Lancet, "li Is i inin-ui, i
lh    Lancet pub-
11 mg  naming against da.ig-
ctreap
to
Members of the Ex-Sultan's
Harem Receive Liberty
From New Government.
London,
Aug.    16.���When    Abdul
kaw-    | vindS
$1177.50
..i.i
bml
Ann
, Dollars,
order to rail
'for   (In cubic    feet per
_ the  cubic feet V*r second.
 H
seconlj, 160
elation th. coifttess of Aberdeen was;1'1'"  ,;;;'",'   il"" "���"������ -   ���' " mptatlon   ''Hamid  was  deposed   by    the  Young
(e), Tlie
, -    V sum of One Thousand One      _
U.f'J even and 30-100 ,^���d work,
hundred ,,   al  fecial rate
, .   ...pured  io be
r tte ; ���.. ,.     *eabl_ propertj
ev,;J J- v i N'�� Westminster;    ,,
)i:a':,i ,.   wh de  rateable
p lected an honorary life
 lhe. iu,. associaiion.    Tiie cer-
cliaraci<-r  of    the    010--jemmy ol Installation was performed.     ... - - -
is the diversion o ��  Dr. Edmund Ow��n, oi Si. Mary's �����ta"�� ",. :,v   iMi������,iiuat.o... it a
creoK by  means of dam, ditch,  H Iffli     UOspltal    London,    Chairman    ol   the!"1"" can reach  hl�� tutttn by tram car
A*!- *YYZ; City, according
���_ of tlie _______________
trl>      revised  assessment
Millions, Three  Hun
roll
ration of motors, machinery, i ecfrlc
ty-_ne Thousand. Four ||g_lng, tramways and other works
Forty-Five  {?.">._'-i 1 .-***->���" for whieli such light, hem and power
total amount of
.'.
tlie I,
. -of. Is '''
Bred and Sta
Jundrel and
[in Y"'rf- ,,,
TW gP^ture debt of ths
One Million,   Two Hun-
'Nineteen  Thousand Om' Hun
irt"",Voipnp"   dollars Irrespective
���,.! wioi ol Three Hundred ami
;'- :. , Thousand ($378,000.-
*'eXfn ned to be raised un-
" -Hospl al   Debenture   By-iaw
I".,   .      rworks Debenture By-
i*' ' - ,),. "Street Improvement
th,    "incinerator De-
1909,"  and the  "City
By-law    1909,"    oi
exis
bald C
Man!
���.
' 1900.
Of
ir-l.       , 
.ture By-law
_   lip'  "lllre     - ____________
j_ none ol the principal or inter-
ij in am av.
: ;,   he Municipal Coun-
���,  Cor] oration of the City of
Inster enacts as follows:
I .    ���   lawfU]  'or 'll,;  Mayo
-. ;r, raise by way
iy!- vv. person or fietsns, bodj
I corpp rate, who may be Will"
il -, advance ihe same on the cn (lit
���     hereinafter   nun
ir      -.   .un or sums of  money.
t,   .      Ung  Id  'be  w-hole the RU1B
BTwentj Thous_fl_ ($20,000.00) Dol-
iand to cause ihe same to be paid
ithe Treasury of the *_-ld City for
,.-,. -.  mentioned herein.
2. li Bhall be lawful for the Mayor
ai y number of  debentures
be made,   not  exceeding  in   the
(toll th,   sum of Twenty Thousand
|t! (Dollars for such sums of
loni       may be required, not .��s��
Bun |10i >ach,    or an equlvale*
ipre��._ in  ;ouinis  sterling  of  th^
{lilted Kingdom of Great Britain and
rjl_.il. at a value of 4.866 to the
Ifwii sierliim; and all such debe.it-
��i sliali   .   Bealed   with  the    Seal
Cl the Corporation signed by Uie
lay-: and H'linierslgned by tba
_as'irer thereof, or hy tiuch other
SKrsor, or persons as may be thereinto lawfully authorised.
Ths ��d,l debentures shall be
Witts: on the first day of July 1:159,
JtwciplKe or places as the Coun-
ar,- suitable and available.
if). The premises on which the
water is to be used Is to generate
electric power, light and heal for
traction, lighplng, heating, manufacturing and all and everj industrial or
other  purpOBes  to   which   it may  be
applied.
lii If the water it to be used ""
power or mining pu puses d scri ie
the place where the wa-
turned to some nai irai channel, and
the difference i: altitude between
Iiolnt of 'Iiv- _lon and iniint of return. The Vi er is to be returned
to the North in of Burrard Inlet
at or near the place where the present power house of the applicant Is
b I turned. The diff.renc of elevation b-twct-n point of diversion ami
point of return is about 2200 feet.
ijl. The area ol  Crown  land    ui-
naiurai ttriiieiways, tunnels and pip, ouncll, who said that Hor Excellency
and the MflaWUhment In connection was the Only lady who was an bonor-
therewKh of a (rater power plani foi ������- '���< the association.'
th, generation of slectrlcltj for toe- ";������ ������ hi most Interesiiog discus-
chanlcal, lnduBtrlaJ ami commercial sion ol v. daj w_s that on the med-
purposes   and  par'.ii'ulai l,   j,,    |     op   ���'��� i   aspeel      ol    athleticism     whieli
'mok place in the section of medicine.
'iu, . j.,; was introduced In pa-
I- i in-  Tyn ij Brooks, ol Oxford,
and Dr. i ; menl Dukes, ol Rugby,
Dr. Brook] said that athleticism *a��
Ul,. Intemperance of physical exerciss,
which was Injurious to the not full-
grown odj Physical examination
ai ,1 dlcai direction were necessary
io avoid thl
In. Miiimny Trail) (Provostof Trln.
Ity College, Dublin) declare I himself
to be .-uli a vigorous athlete, though
r is to be re-laSed 71 years. The physical and men-
tai effect of athletics was to banish
morbid desire. Dr. Trlall rain over the
lisi of college championships which
for a succession of yeara he had won
and retained. In goli ite had won
numbers of tournaments, bui now he
bad been handicapped practically out
of the prize Usi. (Laughter.)
Sir James Barr, who took part im
(the discuss on, said thai if they lm-
pr ., ,i the physique and character of
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_ .the nice thev provided I good subtended to be occupied by the proposed gtrat��� for menial evolution,
work,  will not e.\ :eed 80 acres i   Thl, more hazardous the gumv the
(k)i This   notice win pouted ou ihe r ,h(  development 0f the charac-
13th, l-'th 16th 19th dAy of Jul.i te_ ot ^g individual. Golf, bowls, and
1909, nnd application win bu mad- t0 Yiiiln", might be reserved for elderly
the Commissioner on the L'uth day of,gentlemen.
nf
e Laocet, "li Ig noi difficult tofTurks  one  result  of    tlie  revolution
s!v '"  ��">   i"""       ��      i i�� calcul-f the emancipation of the    slave
ated  to lead  to physical and not lm-1   . ,        .      , ,       ., e���,,.ln-.
girls   who   formed      the    ex-Sultans
ban in. An account is given im Timor omuUus for I cent he Is not goingjquie, a French daily newspaper pub-
to trouble   himself to   walk amy d-s-   lishl.d .;��� Constantinople, of their re
""',!   ,���     ,   .      . ., ,    ,,       , IBtoratlon to their families and friends.
He tuiv loses dailv a valuable and- ., ..... ���,
��� healthful form of exercise because the I    "T1'e  Government,"   it   says,    first
11   .��� ling  Is so cheap.    Formerly he ,seni telegrams to all parts of Anatolia
walked   to  sav,-   tbe  relatively  cosily fin which were to be found Circassian
(are. [refugees  or colonists    likely  to  have
Rid.rs Lose  Neede Exercise.
Pure Food Insures
GOOD HEALTH
Magic
Baking
Powder
Insures Pure Food.
E. W. GILLETT CO.,
Toronto.  Ont.
LTD.
rhe lift is another example of modern Innovation widen encourages Idle
ms. and furthermore threatens to
make the staircase superfluous i-nd
obs ilete,
"Another example <'f th   demoralizing tendency to cheap transit is seen
in the travelling platform which is designed to .sav ��� so in uch walking. Kvery i
where  machinery is devised to  save i
daughters, Sisters or relatives in the
harem of Abdul Hami'l. They were
summoned immediately to Constanii-
nopie In order to take back isiio their
own country the ladies of the harem
who belonged to them. For several
���days these Circassian villagers have
bi*en arriving i��t the ciiy wearing tb ir
picturesque costume, with dagger in
'girdle."
The reunion  of the  iQ.ig Spearated
City Gets Titles
to Indian Reserves
(Continued  from  Page  One.)
July,
^^^^^^^^      on thi	
Aim usi, 1909.
The part of the memorandum
aaOBCiatlon Of the company whieli
authorizes the ; roposed application
and  works, reads as follows:
(il). The objoct. for which the
company is tsta__ished and to which
Objects ' the company' are rWtrlCted
are the acquisition of wai.r and
water  power iby  records of  unreC'Ord
physical effort, as if we possessed no "kinsfolk is   thus   described:    "Tears,
means for getting about ourselves. caresses and  cries of enthusiasm and
Predicts "State of Atrophy." iexcitement prevailed. The girls recog-
"Surely this state of things cannot j.'nlzed fathers, brothers, uncles or cou-
count for sturdlness and healthful ac-|'sins;   they   kissed,   they  wept,    they
livity   in   futui .     gen ration,   but   is'uttered exclamations of Joy at the re-i
[more likely to lead t" a state of atro- icovery of the    dear    relatives    from High Tension Wires.
jpliy which must react unfavorably on ,'whom they had been separated for SO i    Alderman  Gray  asked   what  ii   was
the individual.    It is optu to quel -ion   many years. proposed to do with respect to the re-
Whether the human race is  hetter off {    "They   asked   fo,- news     of       their quest  of  the  B.   C.   Electric   Railway
for the number of facilities which con-.mothers their sisters,    their brothers company   for  permission   to  string  a
sitantly are thrown in its way." and their friends.    Some there    were  high-tension   power   line   through   the
|W_o did not know their relatives, from city on 65-foot poles for the operation
whom they had been taken away in 0f the Chilliwack car lsue. lt. H Sper
early childhood, The recognition was i;ng general manager of the com-
oa'i' made by a reference to family pany, wrote, making a proposition to
d names of the vilayets from carry the line along Eigth avenue and
the   boulevard  to  the   '-,J~       '
would   be   no   danger
CAh,   PLAYED  CATCH
WITH   TORONTO   MAN
Conservation of
Natural Wealth
Co.,   Seattle;   Felb-.-r.   Tucker   &   Co.,
London,  Eng.;   Robertson,  I'ickiu-d &
iCo., Montreal;   11.  A.  Forsyth  & Co.,
Vancouver;   .1.   c.  MacDonald,  Grand
Forks.
(Continued from Page 1.1
-Almost    mlrac-
Tof(J&_., _-_���    16  ,        ,   ,, ,��� .,
, ��__   r._���ii��   from death ot a
lous  was rh.   f-vripP  ��� lasl
i    .        ... i,.     -     siieet ipi-1
young   man   tn-   toll'-Ki'
night *,*
He  att.mpieir (.' ci-os-s in   titSti   m ,,,...,  , <
"a easl and the other ""'fft"^'
so
land  available  for cultivation, and
many  more homes  lor the country       i,VOr
The   department   is   also   preparing ''
to  measure    the    water    in    all  the
ind  lakes of the country, in
: names and .
which they had been exiled."
Glad  to   Quit  Trv;ir  Cage.
i    The younr women are described as
, being heartily glad to leave the perpetual seclusion of the harem for the
liberty of peasant life:  "These ladies,
��� woh lived like princesses of fairyland, in a sumptuous palace, who
bewitching dresses and atP off
plate, who Boated in gilded shallops
on enchanted lakes, and still wet-
unhappy, are suddenly snatched by a
bridge.    There
 ^^^^       fit .,n    breaking
wires, since a broken wire would not
reach the ground on the high poles,
aud also since by a new system ithe
wire once broken would become automatically dead. The railway company
had been prevented from stringing the
line cn Front street by the other companies using the poles. A resolution
in favor of granting the request of
the company was passed.
Hon. H.  _. Young, provincial secre-
&V/    Luckily   Ii��   Was   picked   up   on
ih,. ritader.    By  ftS*fflg promptly the
moto.%an snipped fh. oar before there
hvas ti.'r* for him to" Wl off tlit- fender.
liis i-ijYfosi amounted ft. inly a lew
! bruises-
���    fi��� '****-*
tho work
lelltltl-n
i bin.  a
arc neoesttry and proper for the
generating of electricity or electric
power, or any othe form of de-
veloped powerj and for transmitting
the same io he used by the company
  or by [persons or companies contract-
Id the said Corporation may from'lng   with   the    company   theTetor,   ;us
time lo llm, appoint,    with   tbe  ap- a motive  power for the operating or j	
iron o.' thi   h rtders    thereof,    ana motors, machinery,  or  electric  light- j
���hall hay. attached  to tbem coupons; ing or other works, or to be supplied where the w-iat
jor i_ tp-\iiii-nt  of  interest    at   ihe  by   the   company   Co- Consumers     for some natural ... _.  .
Shot five par centum per annum on  heating or as a motiv. power for pro- ence in altitude between  poiul of dl- the Don*
|hc amount  thereof,     which   interest  pelling   tramways,    or    for    driving,' version   and   point     .,    return.     Thejue Uiturttwv
bull be paya !,. half yearly  on  Uie hauling,    lifting,    pumpttvg,   lighting,
'fBt ol January and  the first day of  crushing,  smelling,  drilling  ana  inill-
uly. In puch and every year, and th'- .Ing or for any    othi-r operation-    to
aid coupons shall  be  signed   by  the which It may be adapted    or    to
lid Mayor.
I I Epi-oial
p. k levied   and   raised   in  each electricity or electric  power
rff��/was already  engaged
Protecting
Crown  Lands.
lof  maize  bread  wit
milk,   but   they   will
Death
lands aloug the rail-
to receive more at-
will not
 _, by consumption or
culous diseases of the harem
be theirs.    They will Uv,. happy
surrounded  by  love  and affection."
the   home   of   Abdul
howl <>f skim | ,
l,_oiev, iager of
healtU-(wrote enclosing a
the  tuber-
Vancouver Power Co.,
copy  Ol   the  tlnal
I plans for the
Yildiz.
Cro-wn   I un be r
!-*>*����_��. heretofore been^ _
���d  survey  parties  are  """J thirty.nve years, ha
�����_, to be returned telin. ib_ t -'ld.in ?}�����"lLt lit by|open to the public
l.-^Bttl, and  the ditl��r- |SurvM)(0\
dam.     The matter was
,referred    to    the    special commit!-.
,lV      dealing with tbe matter to report.
Aid. Adams reported for the special
Hamid
committee enquiring Into the accident
been thrown |^'"'"^^    ^Connor    on  Thirteenth
version   and   point   ".     return.     The fha
water is to be returned to river near intoymanfa.
mouth of same, and dlfT.rea��a of ele-  gov��FiniM*niA
vatlon between iiolnt of dhferslon and
of return ls about 8(5. feet, (j)
be
^^^^     ... be:poinc^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
used or supplied" for or in connection : Area  of  Crown   land   Int- nd.il -so
rate on  the  dollar with   any  other purposes    for  which occupied  by the proposed works-- win
each  electricity  or  electric  power  may  be not exceed  320 acres,    (ki   Tin'.   _o-
W, to addition  to all other  rates, I
nil rateable property of the City.'
fc*    ': to pay  the  Inter, st  on  the
f'"    'v. and  to create  a slnkng
H lor the payment of the ; rlnclpai
r'-: when due, BUbJect to any Ac'-'
f enactment respecting the same.
Subject as aforesaid, ther   Bhall |
applied  or  i.quired. [tlce   was   posted  on   the   7th   day   ol
(g). For rendering water and July, liiui), and application will o��
water power available for use, appll-|made to the Commissioner on -th_
cation and distribution bv erecting , Hth day of August l.u.i. (I) Give
dams, increasing the head of water in,the nauv��-_.  aud  addresses  of any  rl-
Id  in Shushwap lake ^'"" Il"*en to "the publlc. visitors being ad- i.trwt   caused by hls horse striking a
,he  timber  lands   heW ^ turnstll,,s at ��M 8Wl. recommending  the   P^ent
ion!     The railway bei   will    ' ^   a_  overcharge, says an fu��� settlem.0Qt.      The re-
���ly surveyed, and a   �����        nng correspondent     who has   in- adopted
Will  be obtained  foi    ^ j ~ * ted  ,hp place, for all  that is    to'  Th     board   ot-   WOrks   recommended
o{ the actual lay  ^Ig^Si.    He asserts that  *e ""^ that the sewer near GlUey's wharf be
e  location  ol _,lllY       ..Yvaunted  pleasure groiatds of the ��m| extended Into the deep water, and the
'        Tan are without  beauty or attraction I     �� ()e charged tQ t���K health depart-
or anv sort.   Ther,. Is nothing beyonn i^^
' seen in any private gar-     c  H  stuart.Wad,., secretary of the
Tl_ paths are narrow, and tue        J.- of  vra(Je   wrote respecting the
_  meagre, and  the  park at  Ml- !condmoDl    ot    the    sidewalk  leading
fraud a< the P-Hac.
ireservatlon of young
any  existing  body  of   water,  or    ex-.parian proprietors or licenses who or 0f national    park.*
��� tending the  area    thereof,    diverting i whoso lands are likely to be affected  t;onl   lrf  game.      T,
5-  Bubject as aIoresald".her" "shall ! the waters of any stream, pound    or Iby  tbe  proposed  works, either ai>ov�� [these liarksjii-th. pi
raised annually   by  special   rates j lake into any other channel or chan- [or  below  the  outlet,    B.  F.  DickinB,
aforesaid, during the currency ofinels. laying or erecting any line   or i Vamcouver, B. C,
* saiil debentures, th,. sum of One flume, pipe or wlre constructing any
DOiBand ijlnoooo)  Dollars for the raceway,    reservoir,    aqueduct,  welr,
>rim-ni of Interest thereon  and the | wheel,   building  or  other  erection or
��>a o' One  Hundred    and   Seventy-
|*��t-n and Lin-ioo ($177.30)  Dollars to
���oviil,. f0r lhl. repayment of the pnn-
H The pn,,-. eds ot tke sale of the
B*d debentures shall b�� applied as
Jj��*n, and not otherwise: Towards
IWng ft. cost of the passing or
J��� By-law and the Issue and ek\-t
m uei debentures therein referred to.
'���,tr'nls Hy-law shall take effect on
Fw����h. dn..' of August 19<��, and may
isited te the "Incinerator Debenture
p!-law.  1H09."
ThlH  Hy-law   before    th_    final
nini! thereof, shall reccl.e the ifl-
I'm uf th. electors 0f th.e said CUy
law.
^^^^^^        the electors
���       <1<ly of 1909.
twY-"''������'l"1 and �����*��' pasMd ln
m Ccmcll the
.'" '"�� electors of th.e i
��ei manner required by
Receive, the assent of the
work which may be required in connection with the lmv.r_v.ment 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.
VANOOUVER POWER CO., DTD.
Slgnatur-s: F. H. W. Hope, A. K.
Beck, directors; J. V. Armstrong, soc-
ret*try.
P.  O.  Address,  Vancouver,   B.  C.
[Seal of Vancouved Power Co.. Ltd.J
The  part  of  the    Memorandum  of
Associa-iou  of  the   Company    which j increasing the staff of ��
authorized   the  propo-ed   application
and works, reads as follows:
(3) The ��_}e_ts for which tne
Company is estaWlahed and to which
objects  the Company are    restricted
i       _     v    e   location  of     ^^^^^
land  _a_   __    * vieW to deciding as
of timber, wl     ��d       are available for
well  what  pdv     _   department   ivcogm7-
seftiers.       Tb.    '      Qf reforestration in
ing the m<*i***      ' worj��iDg    also on
the    province, i
sche: i-e Sir thk* i       	
timber. worii   thai   the  de.-
Another  8���**- alui i��� the opening
partment has int I       and tlle preservar
h.re    are two ot!
���ovince, the Yoho I
^^^^ ^^^      e western slope
park near Field Ofl- tt i Glacier park
of  the   mountains,  am. department Is ]
in the SetMrks: Th* -ardens in the
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Uions are in
parks,  and    n*��w    _g\iU n0 firearms
force which pu-vide tteat rks without
may be taken; into' tltet pa. ed, and no
the governmenttiateall att^ctt firearms
parties  may ent��r  carrying       0Be duty
what can be
den.
slim
diz is as great a
itself.
AT THE HOTELS.
are t__ acquisition of water and water | without  licensed  4bld'��t-, wh
��n th.--
.day of.
Citv
.lark.
Mayor.
Take
NOTICE.
nmice  that  the above  ts  a
ft* m h ��?  Frop08e<1   By-taw
I V " ,aken lnt0 consideration
tl N,l ,'1"k'ipo'1 ^"t^1 of the City
lhe . wf'minster oae month from
W In  ,i      '.ll* fir8t Publication there
k 'n the -._��,- Newg��� aBd .>1Mly
newspapers,  which  first
���ffJS, P'^-e en  the  22od-
l��* eWto��� _?% a5d tha* a Vot�� ��r
poliusbian"
Hlicatlqn
P?y <'f July _       __
Z"��� of ** City wufbTtScen
Bf'thd.v   , .proposed   b>PlAW on the
Wr i'ff It Au^U?t' 1M9' betw��et> the
1   h'n.CMk a-m- M�� A*e P-
rh. Coun.i/^2,   Places. wty:
the P,".  ,!L,rha]. beT- civic building;
Pi
ter
Btr., t.
^IZII IKTnon' "���* the
1 "r��s     Storehouse,      Eleventh
A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
WATER NOTICE.
Notice Ib hereby given that an application will b. made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license ln the New Westminster Division of New Westminster District,
(a) The name, address and occupation of th. applicant is the Vancou- K. r" haling . lifting, pumping,
ver Power Company, limited,Jiaving jj'^^ crushln-     srtjeHtag, drilling
power by records of unrecorded water or by the purchase of water re
cords or water privileges for (a) Constructing, opperatlng and maintaining
electric worta, pewter houses, generating plant and' such other appliances
and conveniences ae are necessary
and proper for the' generating of electricity, or electric power, or any other
form of developed', power, and for
transmitting the same- to be used by
ihe Company or by persons or companies contracting with the company
therefor, as a motive power for the
operating of motors, machinery or
electric lighting or other works or to
be applied by the Company to consumers for heating or as a motive
l>ower for propelling tramways, or for
It Is to Drevent ahy ihf_sctfcj.
laws on penalty of forfeiture %
licenses.      The    number of   i
visiting th,- parks Is Increasing
ly and   Uie government  Is- ��r_a
i of the
of their
���ersons
rapld-
iding
'our-
roads for the accommodation ef i
ists    and    sightseers.      The    last
these has just been completed t�� t
falls in the Yoho valley.
_f|
he
WATER NOTICE.
te here"b71.ven that
f <h- ^v._pbe_"!ade'Bn**
Xiit),
Plicati
IS  the
an ap-
Part V.
obtain
New Westminster
Its head office at the City of Vancouver, British Columbia, and having a
capital of $2,500,000 divided into 2,-
500,000 shares of fl.OO each, all fully
paid up. (b) The nam. of the lake,
stream or source, Mlsliloet Hiver,
North Arm, Burrard Inlet, (Indian
River), (c) The point of diversion
ls situated about 12 miles from tlie
toouth of the river, (d) The quantity
of water applied for in cubic feet P��r
second, 800. (e) The character of
the proposed works, a water power
plant for the gen.railon of electricity
for merohanlcal, Industrial and commercial purposes and r_rtlcularly in
the operation of motors, machlney,
electlc Mghtilng, the operation of
tramways and other works for which
such light, heat and power are suitable and available. (f) The premises on which the water Is to be
used ls situated at or near high tide
mark at the mouth of the river. (S>
The purpo.es for which the water is
to be used ls to generate electric p��w
er, light and heat for traction, lighting beating, manufacturing and all
and every Industrial or other purposes
to which it may be applied. (I) If
the water is to b<�� used for power or
mining   purposes  dposcribe   the   place
lighting, crushing,
and milling or for any ot'.er operations to which it maybe adapted or
to be used or supplS*. f6r or in con
nection with any other purposes for
which electricity or electric power
may ibe applied'or ret_U_ed. (g) *'or
rendering water and water power
available for use, application and distribution bv erecting dams, Increasing
the head of water In' any existing
body of water,- orettendl'ng the ar*a
thereof, diverting the Wttterr of any
stream, pond of lake into any other
channel or channels', laying or -reefing anv lln�� or flume, pipe Or wire
constructing any raceways, reservoir,
aqueduct weir, wheel, bulldfhg, or
other i. rectlon or work which may he
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,
nr nnv part thereof. 	
VANCOUVER   POWER   COY.,   DID.
(Signature)   F.  Hi  W.  Hope,    A. B-
Beck, Directors;
J. V. Arm .rons:, Secretary.
P. O. Addr-��s. Vancouver. BO.
f the Van-Mtver5 Po'tve? Co'".,
CANADIAN
PACIFIC
Canadian Pacific
Railway Co.
Double      transcontinental      service
dally, with  Pullman  tourist and dim
lng cars-
Atlantic  Express  leaves  at  9:05 a.
m.
Eastern   Express   leaves   at   7   p.m.
St. Paul train leaves at 2:10.
Cheap excursion Aug. 11'and 12.
For full particulars, apply-to
0. B. FOSTER, E. OOULET,
O. P. A., Vancouver.     C.Ptt. Agt-
On
O
Windsor   Hotel.
B. H. Rudd, Dos Angeles.
Ole Hazem, Victoria.
Mrs. D. Docksteader, Pt. Haney.
Mrs. J. M. Webster, Pt. Haney.
J. A. Wilson, Mud Bay.
Alex. Murchlson, Langley Prairie.
Geo. McKnight, Hamilton,
A. M. Currle, Chilliwack.
J. F. Melnnes, Dulut'n.
J. H. Pearson, Forndal., Wash.
E. Taliaferro, Everett, Wash,
Ru$��el| Hotel.
H. Mc-Riae and wife, Seattle.
J no. D.  Parker, Winnipeg.
E, M. Warren. Svattle.
R. Chas. Stoddard, Vancouver.
.1. D. Treadman, Hamilton.
Mts. Arthur Mason, Vancouver.
Miss Maude C. Bradley, Brockville,
t.
eo. W. Mitchell, Vancouver.
Frazier, Vancouver.
H. Lawrence,,  Ottawa, Ont.
\. Williams, Vancouver.
H. Bell Medicine Hat.
Rand, Vancouver.
Riley, Grand Forks.
Donald, Grand Forks,
ooey, Millside.
Vancouver.
Vancouver.
, Vancouver.
Y Seattle.
Vancouver,
���'n, Vancouver.
jr.. _
D. i.
._K��,
E. E.
R ST. ,
. C Me.
W.-W..T.
M. Ly��, \
M! J" B_rr.
A. j: Ferry
CV b: LamcM.
n.w.. Ktst*\
Geo. H. Cbwa^
from the G. N. R. depot to tha bridge
approach. Mr. Wade also called attention to the fact that there was no
sign for the guidance of strangers to
the city, nothing to show that cars
pass near the station, and no conveyances Jo meet trains. Referred to
i board "of works and light committees
to report.
C.  E. Fowler, president of the International Contract Company, wrote:
"Refeirlng to our former communication regarding   our    contract for re-
I moving  the old    bridge���as    we will
(have to remove nearly half of it bo-
fore you can operate the new draw,
we feel   sure    that    you  will  find It
cheaper ln th. end to Instruct us to
remove it all, wa to take the old iron
and allow you a credit of   l-2c pert
pound."
A number of ratepayers of Lulu island wrote petitioning the council to
supply them with river water for irrigation purposes and for drinking water for horses and cattle. Referred
to board  of  works  to report,
W. Fisher wrote asking tbe council to Improve Distillery street.
Peter McLean,  a resident of    Lulu
island, wrote notifying the city  that
he had suffered  considerable damage
by the flood gates on Lulu Island not
beins   properly    looked    after.     His
land  had been flooded.      Unless the
city  could    guarantee    him  that the
tides would In future be kept' but of
the land, he would eue -the city for
damages.     Another petition from residents of   the island    asked that the
flood gates be    opened   by the city.
Both  were referred  to the board of
works.
AGED WOMAN BARRED
FROM  RETURNING TO STATES
[Sen
Ltd.]
Fourth Avenue airt
SCATTL
RATE*.'
Room $1'p.tr Sty- upt
Room and'board $_.5tT per
Room  with  bath $2.Stt pm> ,
Room with bath aft. boa.!.$4
day up.
day up.
per day
All iut.ld_ rooms, with h'_t a^
wafer "st<>_w hen., Idng"dfi*wt_ee |
ph___:"*3ii_ mPetS all' trathb*atlt-i
ojaastfBN. G>__3__i. - nn
id cold
tele-
_atp
St. John, N.B., Aug. 16.���Th-ough
th-e action of the United States immigration officials here, Mrs. Gallant,
an elderly woman, a native of Sum-
merside, P.E.I., but for 24 years resident In Boston, may be prevented
from returning to her relatives in
Boston. The woman had been visiting In Summer-ide, and on her way
back to Boston was stopped here by
the United States immigration officials, as she was penniless. Relatives
In Boston sent $60 to her. Through
an attack of rheumatism she is now
helpless, and United States officials
refuse to allow her to proceed until
relatives file a $500 bond that she
will not become a public charge. This
she claims, they are unable to do, and
|as a result she may be detained here
|Indefinitely ln the municipal heme.
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m   THE B_i.*____j NliWH.
TUESDAY, AUGUST t7
1909.
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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*
PROOF"
THE very fact that there are
more Great Majestic Malleable and Charcoal Iron Rangei
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
THEFRASER
VALLEY
FARM LAND
SPECIALISTS
WESTMINSTER MODERN
BUSINESS SCHOOL
OPENED     YESTERDAY     AT     9:30,
WITH A GOOD ATTENDANCE.
610 Columbia Street
Have you enrolled? If so, of course
;,you will start today���If not���come
along with the rest who are desirous
of obtaining a thorough business
training.
There will always be    a    great demand for our stud;nts���on our opening day we had a call from one of the
, largest  business  houses  in  the city.
Our school has been fitted up with
the best and most modern equipment
jfor the purpose of training stenographers and bookkeepers for future
usefulness and success. Enroll now
land be prepared to accspt a good pay-
i ing position  in the early spring.
Office open from 9 to 4:30; call for
'any information you may desire concerning rates, etc.
A.   L.   BOUCK
Principal and Manager
414     FOURTH       AVENUE.
USE
MUIR. MOSQUITO Oil
TO  KEEP THE MOSQUITOES
AWAY.
T. A. MUIR
& CO.
PRESCRIPTION
DRUGGISTS.
Ellard Block, New Westminster
LADIES:
Wo have a large and uiMo-riate assortment of girls' ana misses   elivs.ses  In  sizes  up  to lfi years.      Prices from 75c up.
I.,-Hies  blouaei ranging up to $3.65 to clear at, each
, .95c
THE WHITE MOUSE
A. J. BIRTCH.
617   Columbia   Street.
Mr, anil Mrs. A. L. Lusby and family returned yesterday afternoon from
a two-welts' vi��it to Blackie Suit.
Furnished house to let, Eighth
street. lK-.we\��n Third aud Fourth
avenues; $2ii a month. Apply J. H.
Todd's music honse. Columbia'St.    ����
The tus Dunanaulr arrived in pori
yesterday afternoon with a Scow of
coal from Ladysmith.
Everything for the gardt^n at Tidy's
phone 1S4. ������
Eight cases of drunkenneBg came
before the policy��� maglst.-ate y.sier-
day morning, one being lined ten dol
lars for lighting while drunk, und an
other $-"i or three mci_t_- for having
liquor In possession.
For first-class cut flowers a_d any
kind of Floral work, telephone Davies
Greenhouse. R208. *���
T. A. McOurdy of Hood River, Ore..
is spending a  few days in tins city.
the gue.i of Miss Rogers, Park Row
Mr. McOurdy is wel] known In this
[city in whlcb he calculates that In
'has sixty cousins, ln greater or  less
degree of removal.
Some  things    new    In    men's  soli
'shirts.      See    our     windows.      J.   E.
Brown ,~ Oo. **
The members of the Bible class ol
St. Andrew's church ��'ili hold their
annual picnic to the Capuano today.
A special ear will leave from ihe H
C. E. R. station at 9 a.m., and another leaving Vancouver at 9 p.m. wil] I
bring the picnickers back to .New ,
Westminster.
Some things new in men's soft
(shirts. See our windows. J. E,
Brown & Co. ������ j
A small fire called out the Are brigade yesterday afternoon,     The blaze
I was   located   at   Galhraith's  sash   and!
jdoor factory and was quickly extinguished.      There   was   practically   no
j damage done.
I Buy orchard lands while they are
I cheap and become independent. We
iare the official agents of the Western
[Home and Improvement Co., Ltd. Let
ills tell you about their choice holdings
!at Appleland.      A new townsite ami
fruit district    along the line of    the
B. C. Electric Chilliwack line and V.
iV. & E. Cloverdale io Sumas Railway
|This section excelis in the production
Of all fruits.    Come at once whil-e the
best lands are selling cheap and let U-;
show you this section at our expense.
We can sell five-, ten, fifteen and
(twenty acre tracts on easy terms.     _',
J. Hart & Co., Ltd. *���
On  Friday  moitiing a*   the  market
'square a quantity of goods seized by
the  customs   will   be   sold   by   public
I auction.    Among ihe    articles  is  in-
icliuded a quantity of tobacco, a phono
j graph, thre,. shotguns and two revolvers.     Most of the goods were confiscated at the boundary line.
Don't miss seeing the "eighth won-
|der of the world," the salmon fishing
jon the Fraser river, during the present season; ihe greatest in four years.
���Thousands upon thousands of fish to
[be seen. Visit the canneries at Steves-
iton. The S.S. Transfer leaves Bract.
man-Ker's wharf daily at ,'l p.m, ex-
jcept Saturday, when the steamer
j leaves at 2 p.m., returning same day.
!One dollar return. On Sundays a
special excursion to Steveston and
'return is made, remaining at Steves-
|ton about an hour and a half.
'Steamer leaves B. C. Electric Wharl
| at 3 p.m., arriving tack at New West-
j minster at . p.m. Fare, one dollar
���return. **
Tomorrow President J. A. Lee and
Secretary C. H. Stuart-Wade of the
| boaru of trade visit Port Haney to ad-
idtvss a meeting of the residents of
(the land between the Pitt and Stave
.rivers, called for the purpose of in-
siituting a board of trade for that
section of th\�� country.
Campling at White Rock, with Its
bathing, boating, cool sea breezes and
[its excellent train service is proving
iattractive to many these hot days. We ,'
I have seven lots left at fluu each. S''-
[cure one now; they will be $2 in or
i more next year. Twenty-live- dollars
down will hold one for you. White,
Shiles  _  Co., city. *��
Tomorrow is the last day for th -
receiving of rebates on city nixes, and
the city offices will be kept ope i In
Ithe evenings today and tomorrow
from 7 till 10 o'clock in order to per-!
mil of laic arrivnis being glyen every opportunity to take advantage of
! the  rebate.
The first portion of the steel Structure  of  the  Lulu  island  bridge  was !
j placed In position yesterday morning,
the big span being floated Into plan'
dn a scow with the tide in the early
morning. Other spans will he placed
In the same    mariner as    they arrive
j from the east.
STORE  CLOSES 5 P.M. DAILY  EXCEPT SATURDAY.
Model Sign Works
8IGN, SCENE AND ORNAMENTAL
PAINTING.
Old News Block. Sixth Street
New Westminster.
Theo. p. Young. Prop.
Edison Theatre
Animated    Pictures    and    Illustrated
Songs.
������������������������������><���������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������
j FOR SALE.
j Blacksmith   Shop
AND
THE LATEST HITS OF THE
SEASON.
Program changed Monday, Wen
nesday and Friday. Special matinee
for ladies and children Saturdays at
2:30 p. m.
I 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.
��� ���������������4  �������������� >��������������������������������<-���.���*��������.�����������������*����*��������*����������   ^
AUGUST
Move-On Sale
MOVE ON! MOVE ON! WE HAVE BEEN DOING POLICE DUTY
IN EVERY DEPARTMENT. ALL LAGGARDS AND LOITERERS GIVEN
THE  "MOVE  ON,  MOVE  ON"  SIGN.
WE MUST BE CUSTODIANS OF OUR OWN STOCKS���WE MUST
COMPEL TAG-ENDS, ODDMENTS AND ENDMENTS TO "MOVE ON" IN
THIS  STORE���STAGNATION   IS THE DEATH  OF TRADE.
WE GO AFTER THEM WITH THE BIG STICK AND PRICES ARE
RADICALLY   AND   EFFECTIVELY   LOWERED.
WHAT IS THE NATURAL RESULT? WHAT HAPPENS TO SEASONABLE, DESIRABLE f��m.
IONABLE GOODS WHEN THEY ARE PRICED FAR BELOW REGULAR? THEY "MOVE OV'AND
THEY MOVE AT A  PRETTY  LIVELY GAIT.
THESE  ARE  THE  FACTS OF THE STORY WE HAVE TO TELL  TODAY     BUT    THE   FIGURES
ARE THE  INTERESTING    PART  OF   IT.
REMEMBER���IT'S TIME FOR ALL SUMMER GOODS TO GO���FALL GOODS ARE PUSHING
THEM FROM BEHIND. THEY MUST "MOVE ON"���REMEMBER���ALL SORTS OF ODDMENTS
AND ENDMENTS OF STAPLE LINES HAVE RECEIVED "MOVE ON" ORDERS AND WILL LEAVE
THE  STORE  IN  TRIPLE  QUICK   TIME.
Tuesday, August 17
Move On!
TAILORED    SUITS,    WASH    SUITS,
AND DRESSES, WAISTS AND
SKIRTS���MOVE  ONI
We hav,- given every wearable in
our Garment Department the "Move
on" sign. They have stayed long
enough���ihat have worn out their
welcome. The scene must chaiigp'-
Fall Suit's, Skirts, Waists, etc., are
waiting to go on parade. The Summer GarilKiats must make way for
them.
LADIES' WASH COSTUMES, Keg-
ular $5.50, for $1.95. Twenty only,
2-piece wash costumes; sizes i!" to 40;
regular $4.'ip) to $5.60. Move on
price $1.95
LADIES' WASH COSTUMES, Regular values $6.75 to $1 n.Oi. Move on
price $3.50
LADIES' WASH SKIRTS, all new
styles; Regular values fl-->" to $e--v
Move <>n  price, each $1.95
LADIES' WHITE AND COLORED
BLOUSES. Regular values $1.60 to
$2.00. Move on  price, each    95c
Twenty-five styles to choose from;
long and short Sleeves, plain and embroidered fronts; all Sizes, Move on
price, each    95c
LADIES' WHITE BLOUSES. Regular values $2.25 to $3-00. Move ni
price,  each    $1.50
Beautifully trimmed attractive summer waists, short and long sleeves;
all new and clean. Move on price,
each $1.50
Move On!
WHITEWEAR.
LADIES' WHITE NIGHTDRESSES.
Regular values $2.iii).    Move On  price,
each *i.'/b
LADIES' CORSET COVERS. Regular valin-s 36c and 40c, -Move on price
each    25c
LADIES' WHITE UNDERSKIRTS;
Regular values $1.25, Move "u prlci'
each 95c
LADIES' WHITE UNDERSKIRTS,
Regular values, $_.l)0. Move on price
each $1.95
Move On!
FLANNELETTES!
Flftoen piece, of white and striped
flannelettes 29 vo 31 _nchea in width,
specially priced at 12 l-2c per yard.
Move tm sal-,,, price, per yard  10c
Move On!
LACE CURTAINS.
Old curtains don't Improve the
looks of a room���they really lake con
slderable away from Its appearance,
Just get some new draperies and si e
what a vast difference they make.
Won't cost much now.
NOTTINGHAM   LACE   CURTAINS,
96c per pair;  Regular $1.2."> an I Jl 50.
Eighty pair of 3 and 3 1-2 yard Lace
Curtains In treat floral di-sYi-     Mi .
on price, per pair 95c
Move On!
WASH   GOODS.
Quite in  time to be used for Bummer frocks  and  at  these  prices    ���
ca_i  we!) afford to add to your summer wardobe.
PRINTS AND COLORED MUSLIN'S
9C p.-r yard; Regular 12 l-2<- to !���'''���
Thirty ends of linen crash, plaid
gingham, fancy muslins, prints, etc.
Move on price Per yard    9C
MUSLINS AND GINGHAMS, lr>c
per yard; Regular 25c to .Oc. A
dozen ends which will find ready
purchasers.      We  are   determined   to
clear them out.    Mostly light colt I
Striped ami flowered muslin-' and
voiles; Regular values 25c, 30c. 35c
and 40c.     Move on price per yard 15c
Move On!
LADIES'  SHORT  GLOVES
25c  PER  PAIR.
Regular 35c and 40c.   Fifteen dozi a
slipirt. 2-iltmie gloves in tan, grey
''lack and white; only sizes G to ,' 1-2
Inches.   Move on price  25c
Move On!
GLOVES.
LADIES' 18 and 20 Inch lisle Gloves
40c, per pair; Regular 60c und 76c.
Grey, tan, black and white ,lslt'
gloves In lengths as noted. Move on
price per pair 40c
WATCH  FOR  NEXT
ADVERTISEMENT,
Giving more particulars and prices of
our big MOVE ON SALE. Every
thing In the store reduced except
spools and patterns.
_
W. S. COLLISTER & CO.
THE STORE FOR WOMEN'S WEAR.

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