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PORT MANN
SPECIALISTS.
WHITE. SHILES & CO.
NEW  WESTMINSTER.
VOLUME 6, NUMBER 27.
NO# M THE TIME TO GET
YOUR LOT AT
WHltE ROCK.
WHITE. SHILES A CO.
NSW  WESTMINSTER.
NEW  WESTMINSTER,  B.C.,  WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 5, 1911.
PRICE FIVE CENTS.
MTONNfL"Imjd
IN LIBEL ACTION
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EMERSON OF "SPITE FENCE"
FAME, IS WINNER IN ACTION
AGAINST SATURDAY SUNSET-
DAMAGES JUST ONE NICKLE.
Vancouver, April 5.���A verdict in
favor of the plaintiff was returned yesterday tn the case of James Emerson
vs. Ford-McConnell Publishing company, defendants  being accused    of
WESTMINSTER GUN CLUB
HOLDS ANNUAL MEETING
Prospects for Season Are   Rosy   and
There's Money in the Treasury-
First 8hoot Good Friday,
Last night the annual meeting of
the Westminster Gun club was held
In the Eidlewelss club rooms. After
paying all outstanding debts the treasurer reported that the balance ln
hand amounted to $28.75. The new
officials agreed to hold the yearly
Good Friday shoot at the traps    on
libel, tbe ground of action being an r Moody square. This will be open to
article published ln the Saturday, all comers and Invitations, as In past
Sunset and bavlng reference to a years, have been sent to those experts
"spite fence" erected by the plaintiff. I with  the gun    in  Nanaimo, Victoria
The  damages   were   fixed   at   five  and Vancouver.
cents. |    The officers elected last night were:
The question of costs will be argued Honorary president, Cf. G. Major;
,ater. i honorary    vice-president, W. Norman
  Bole. K.C; president, H. Gilley;  flrst
Funeral of Warren DeBeck. | vice-president.   Alex.   Turnbull;     sec-
The funeral of the late Warren end vice-president, Alderman Henley;
DeBeck, wbo passed away at Kam- secretary and treasurer, J. D. Gallo-
loops on Sunday morning, took place way, 401 Columbia street; captain,
yesterday afternoon, a large number Clarence McLean; committee, all the
of friends of th�� decease! attending, above with J. E. Eagles, Tom Trapp
The pall bearers were J. McSwain, W. and Howard Welsh. The subscriptlo i
F. Tate and W. T. Reid, members of  Is $2.50 and all new comers in the city
SIR EDWARD GREY MAKES
GREAT SPEECH ON PEACE
Burden df Militarism is Becoming Intolerable-May End
in Internal Revolut on When Taxation Invokes Hun-
ger to Masses���Nations Bleeding to Death in Times of
Peace-A Tribute to President Taft.
{sir Edward Grey's speech ln   the within measurable distance of a revolt
the Cranbrook lodge, A. F. & A. M,
Maurice Quain, partner of the late
Mr. DeBeck ln the Kootenay-Al berta
Telephone company, and Messrs. Hall
and Carney.
Rev. J. S. Henderson conducted the
last sad rites, service being held in
St. Andrew's church, of which Mr.
DeBeck had been a member before
leaving this city for the interior somu
years ago.
A large number of floral tokens ol
sympathy were placed on the coffin.
who are proficient are invited to Join
the club.
INDIAN WOMAN SWEARS
TO TEOIMSEO'S OONES
8HEEP INDU8TRY IN
CANADA AT LOW EBB
Owing to the small Interest taken
ln the sheep industry in this district,
only a few persons repaired to   the
Wallaceburg Board of Trade Will Produce Evidence Regarding Find of
Twelve Months Ago.
London, Ont., April 4.���The opening
up of a grave on St. Anne's   Island,
British House of Commons on March
13, upon a debate initiated by an
amendment going* Into supply cal Uns
for a reduction ln tbe expenditures
upon armaments, was devote 1. ln ltj
closing passages, to a discussion ot
the burdens of militarism imposed by
present-day conditions and to the pos
nihility of some measure of relief by
international  agreement.     This   poi^
which will put a stop to it. That ls
the direction In which the great
countries of the world are tending.
But a greater danger than that of war
ls the danger which I once called
from the bench on the other side of
the house the danger of bleeding to
death in time of peace (hear, hear). I
& 'mit that if no relief Is found this
BEGBIE STREET HYDRANT
TO BE USELESS
Firemen Stretch Line of Hose to the
Scene of Midnight Blaze, But
No Liquid Oozee.
LABORING
TO FORM UNION
MEN WHO TOIL SEEK PRIVILEGES
OF   UNIONISM���SEVEN   OTHfc*.
BODIES TO ORGANIZE  IN THE
NEAR FUTURE.
The laboring men of this city wiU
Shortly after midnight tbe crews of
Nos. 1 and 2 fire halls were awakened
from their slumbers   by   an   alarm
turned, in from the corner of Begbie' fora themselves"into" a union body,
and Columbia streets. The blaze |thIa having been arrived at at a meet-'
originated In a pile of cordwood at ,ng held yesterday evening. Tne final
the rear of the ovens of the Douglas organization meeting will be held oa
bakery and was blazing merrily when Friday evening, when officers will bothe flre engines arrived. The blaze elected and an application for a char-
bad also started    to    creep    up the ter fl''*d out
wall of the new two story   wooden Th,B union will not be confined to-
building occupied by the Royal Elec- that cla8S ��' men   conveniently   do-
trie company and a bathe-- sno-   b'tr acrtbed as laborers, but  will  be    a
a few shots of chemical soon quench- "Fe<l*ral Labor Union" and as such
ed the flames, will include men of any trade who
The hose wagon of No. 1 flre hall Bre not here ,n sufficient numbers te
flon of his
hydrant and not from the other.
SOCIETY'S OBJECT IS
TO PBOVIOE BUMAV SK'N
sheet metal workers.
SOUTHAMPTON  THE   PORT.
evil  of  naval  and  military   expenditure may go on Increasing for some  arrived on tbe scene first and a line,lom a local
i.    ..     speee,��' whlch seated   a years   before   the   consequences   to of hoBe w" run out, but lt was found      8even    other    local    branches    of
world-wide sensation, is herewith re, which I have referred inevitably musti,hat there was no water running at "nlons nre in process of organization.
Produce"'- i be reached, but I ��'""�� that some way'the Begbie    street    hydrant.    No. 2  ,n th" **tJr< under the direction    of
Tbe house may well say it is a para ' out may be found "(cheers, and   an crew- arriving a few seconds    later, Organizer R. A. Stoney.    These are:
aox that If the relations between tho k0n. member, "It ls for you to do It")    stretched their hose from the Eighth  E,��ctrlcal   workers,     mill    workers.
powers should be such���because, re-,      Ths Example of Great Britain.      , "treet h.drant, but the water was not Peters,     structural   Iron   woikers,
member,  I am speaking not of   our I    we cannot be accused   of   having needed.    The firemen   could   not ac- blacksmiths, stationery engineers and
particular relations only, but of the forced the pace (hear, hear).   Our na- count f��r the water running from one
relations of France with Germany and  Val estimates of 1909 are said to have  '    '
of  Russia with Germany, as  well  as g|ven provocation (hear, hear).   They
own own, and I said at the beginning haVe not given rise to the increased
of my speech  that I was   going   to expenditure in. Germany or   in   any
%*LH ����n L��f ex��*n3,t,ure ,on ��r other country. The last additions to
maments n this country but in the the German naval program were
world at large-the house may well passed and settled by law ln 1908,
say it is a paradox that if the -ela- long before our estimates. This fur-
tlons between the great powers of ther has to be borne In mind, that
m��nTof81��,���at SS/P ,the ar7la thou*h we maintain a strong navy and
?. ���m Eur0,pe 8hould bf, Increasing haVe announced our intention to
f h���?i y a���B th?y.av,re-. HT' hear)' m^ntaln it. we do not maintain an
LsWW* .Tf fHUt^ he MaMK 8entI;,army which may be regarded as an
ments, the friendly expressions of'aggressive force (cheers). And in my
opinion In other countries, I have ex- oplnlon we are quite right in not do-
l\Zr/lt'6"5' ��?ln0.n6 ��f mv  in�� 80 'cheers).     We have reduced
own.   It might be thought that as ar- the army estimates,
maments    Increase    those    opinions
could not be sincere.    I believe they  redu.ed  (hem  by   ��3,400,000 a vear,
ould  bave  been  reduced
had it not been that wa
I spoke of the
fulfilment of our pledges.    We have
Organization Starts in Montreal   and
A^reajrfy "here's a Case of Man who
'
Fell on Red Hot 8tove.
..������'���..
of   the
Montreal,  April  4.���A   unique
ciety is in an embro state   in   Montreal at the present time.   Its object I
..au .. ooi neen mat wa  ls the mo*t humane one of supplying j vmm^sei*    travelling     by     Cunard
000  Lre   on   Terrtor-  ^  "m,ted  "** P����r,y 8UPP"^   de   ""' *       ^ ^^    '��m  '"   C��nU'
.���. ui;*, le,. Aor.  mand for human ��kin  *n -ini-,.., tiZ  nent to catch the boats at Liverpool,
Will Be Headquarters for Cun:trd Service to Canada.
London, April 4.���-lt Is announced
tbat the Cunard steamship company
purposes to make Southampton tha
headquarters for its new Canadian
fleet. This statement ls regarded as
a sure indication of further developments.
The Solent port is the strategic
point for tapping continental traffic,
and It may be only a question of time
and accommodation for the New Yor.
steamers of the company to come
*?' south.
A considerable proportion
city hall yesterday afternoon to hear said to contain the bones of the great  are sincere, not only on our Dart  hut ll*!*?
W. T. Rich and W   A. Dryden, mem- Indian chief   Tecumseh, brought con-   on  the  part  of  those  from Thorn H*��%* oT
bers   of the   Dominion    government slderable criticism  on   certain   Wai- have   quoted    (cheers|      Yet   arms' .'t!'!!
she*p    commission    touring   Canada, laceburg citizens about a year ago. St.   ments Increase.    That'is a  paradox f^",, '"  , 7 7 ,      ��� 17     mand for human skin  to r��n1��,�� *w   neul ��> eaten tne Doats at L
lecture on the subject with which they Anne's Island is a low, flat piece   of  It is this-that grow ne and ������m��?J la'8   "an ^e Bpent before-   J ca" that  Est hv ml   ���mi '   h    ��}%* tbfl Southampton would be more
The purpose of the commission   is,
erpool,
conveni-
not un-
therefore.
I  ...     ...1,1.    .a. .. .,,,,-, '     *a*   a.m.  tar,   can   a.a nm,,, e   WIIH II    Wt!
I but with the growth of civilization as  other nations would follow, and
The man to whose credit the forma-'rheT,KaD,e    l��    888Um?     ,    ,
or society is due. is  that the company may, in the future.
Those who conducted t'ie work of' n~wh���'f0' 'u ?^"*l""���*"'.".','"."".''.'"." ?"  olner nat)ons wol"f follow, and in the  HeM'^ Latter     Eight years ago Lat-  N       y   k'
by a thorough investigation, to    dis- digglng^Mhe boLs ft.t cen^in tha    fte  most  ' I   li ed    nations   of'8,." fe ��f S'r __ C-Pbell-Bannerman  "*��~�� iTtti^JS^JS' ��5 this
cover  "what Is wrong" with the sheep  tbey had the actual remains of Tecum-1 world  that    he   expend/tare   li     he  __*����!��? ,'", * ,e "^i     * ',,ad  gave JeveraTJ_\J*Sl If skll to
industry of Canada and to report to  Mb. but there was Inst.nt criticism  greatest.    Tb, srowthTdvito^ ^Sm^^l&M m\^-^
government the    best means of from various parts, not only over the'ought surely to have learned and rfot *&Ttl^��i?��!^
��1*00,000 or  ��2,000,000 t do not be- ���t��*t,��   whrt����-    The  efmthm  ��u
transfer some portion at least, of its
service to Southampton to
section of travelers.
the government fhe
rectifying  it.     It   is   the   business  of  unauthorized desecration of the grave, j Increased naval and military expendl-
the  commission  to tour Canada and  but also over  the  possibility  of tbe, ture.    Untll the world ls all equally
OB-tH�� back <* �� bo*, ^W, *��***��- ��WttSrAWS^-CWilHt*
- -   -' i attsMBfft to make ��\ THim-TASnr* ��o* BC��n
collect all available Information on bones not being those of Tecumseh
the Industry, its history, its draw- at all. The question was never setbacks and failures, and afterwards to tied as to the Identity of the remains,
make a tour of the United States, the whole affair being left ln abeyance
and also of other    countries    where  until the storm had to some  extent
civilized, the most highly civilized na
tlons must, ot course, under all circumstances have the power to protect themselves against those who are
less advanced. But the paradox remains that their expenditure on armaments is not directed against the most
backward nations���it is, I will not say
directed against, but lt is entered upon by nations in rivalry with each
otber (hear, bear). Unless the incon-
son of the late Hon. John Dryden, at the bones of Tecumseh were found. gruity and mischief are brought home,
one time Ontario's minister of agricul- Part of this proof will be in an af- not only to men's heads generally, but
ture. fidavit by an aged Indlm woman that   to their feelings, so that they resent
The commissioners will hold    their  the benes ln the grave were those of  the inconsistency and realize the dan
ne
sheep raising has become more or
less of a national industry. For this
work, the government has chosen a
commission of two men���one a wool
expert, W. T. Rich, and one a farmer,
W.  A.  Dryden, of Brooklyn, Ontario,
blown over. It is now stated that the
Board of Trade of the town, who have
had considerable to do with the affair all along, will bring forward evidence to prove that no mistake was
made In opening the grave, and that
lleve it would affect tbe general rising of expenditure more than 'the reduction of two or three years ago.
Agreement With Other Nations
Agreement with other nations has
been mentioned. I admit that agreement may do something. Agreement
with Germany has been spoken of. It
means very careful handling. I myself bave always avoided the phrase
"limitation of armaments," because
limitation of armaments lf often construed abroad as if we intended or
were endeavoring to impose some
limit on another country.    No coun-
very successful and the boy recovered! Grand Forkm, N. t>.. A.ertt *.���Th��*
his health. Mr. Latter came to Mon-1 North Dakota U becoming a ptohlbl-
treal some years ago and has been re- tlon state ln earnest is evidenced by
iallzlng the need for some established I business ot brewery branches located
source from which skin for Buch op-Jm East Grand Forks. The Jung
erations could be obtained. ' Brewing company of Milwaukee has
Up till now, nurses, attendants, and  closed its branch because of lack of
the patients themselves have had to
supply the demand for this commodity, which is not a thing tbat can b>
bought and sold.
business. Although one flrm member
stated that the company hoped to reopen next fall if business warranted,
the entire working outfit of the plant
Finally Mr. Latter wrote to two of has been r icked fo:4 shipment to Mil-
the local hospitals and explained his waukee. Ihere are many other brew-
idea which was. Xo solicit volunteers jng agencies in Eaft Grand Forks and
wbo would be ready at any t'me to re- the city h;s one brewery which man-
linquish a small portion of their top-
i ne commissioners win uuiu    iuwi   me uuuci iu mc . nn t- weio iuumj ui   me nn'iiiiHiMeiH.v anu realize iue uuii , , ���.,,..,, ,[,���.   !,,�����* n�� oil p..    ******""���" ** =���"����������� ��""��<�� ����  i..c,   **jV-   ufactures its own products.      All the
xt meeting   in Victoria    tomorrow  Tecumseh.   This old sjuaw is said t<j;ger of it���if this tremendous expend!-. IL~    '.��!,.,,���i ���h���JS��. ��r ��frnnndi   m08t epidermis for tbe benefit of suf- agents report the present condition of
         mi.,.*    -1I,J    ���r.a    remain    In'hii-a    hoor,    ���.���.���**..��"  -.1, il,A '��.....' .....    ..*   -. ^��������*���     i.    .-.���.    many.        MUIUSI   leOUCllOn   OI   exptJUUl-    ferlnsr   hlimflnltV. ! k.��(no.d      .llhnnt       nrofortant Thn
the city over night, leaving for Van
couver shortly after the meeting in
the city hall closed.
alterncon.    They  did  not remain in j have  been   present   when   the  grave
was opened, and  to  have made  her
I statement there as well as elsewhere,
I that the searchers were on the right
��� track.    Her st-itement is said to have
been  most  emphatic, and tbis   may
count in showing the truth of the matter.
WAGES WAR ON
LIQUOR TRAFFIC
Washington, D. C, April 4���The
secretary of the interior has requested Governor Clark to submit a plan
for the most effective expenditure of
the appropriation of $12,000 made by,
congress at its last session for the
suppression of the liquor* traffic
among the Indians in Alaska.
Although the new liquor law has resulted In sending about forty "whisky
peddlers" to prison within the last
two years, violations of law are still
so serious and frequent that the na
ture on armaments goes cn it m.-st
in the long run break down civilization. (Ministerial cheers).
The Burden Will Become Intolerable.
You are having this great burden pt
force piled up in times of peace, and
if it goes on increasing by leaps and
bounds, as it has done In the last generation, in time it will become in
tolerable. There are those who think
It will lead to war, precisely becausi
it is becoming Intolerable. I think it
is much more likely the burden will
be dissipated by internal revolution.
(Ministerial cheers)���not by nations
fighting against each other, but by the
revolt of masses of men against taxa
tion (cheers). But It does not follow
, from that that one nation, as suggest-
on the life of her late husband. The ed by tlle movcr and seconder o' this
contention  of the  plaintiff  was  that' motion, can put a stop to the rivalry
INSURANCE   IS  AWARDED.
Montreal Woman Wins Suit Against a
Company.
Montreal, April 4.���Judge Dunlop
renedered judgment for $L'000 against
the Royal Guardians this morning in a
case which Mrs. Marie Olive Clarke
was claiming the amount of a policy
ture" is the phrase I have endeavored
always to use; but remember that in
any possible naval agreement with
Germany we have been- given to understand that the German Naval law
must in the long run be carried out,
and that wheh complete means a navy
of thirty-three capital ships, including Dreadnoughts, including pre-
Dreadnougbt vessels. That is a very
serious naval expenditure, and I am
sure if I held out any hope to the
house that by agreement Germany
wouid part with her naval law or al-
The
I business    without    precedent.
Great Northern depot in East Grand
ferlng humanity.
Got an  Office.
On last Saturday, Mr. Latter recelv- Forks for the past dozen years has re
ed a letter from the authorities of tho ceived from one to ten carloads of
general hospital asking him to make beer and liquor every day, bound for
good his offer and supply 100 square North Dakota points. This year, how-
inches of health skin, to be grafted on ever, the average is hardly half a car-
the body of a man who fell on a red ]0ad each morning, and employees of
hot stove some weeks ago and has the breweries and the railroad com-
since lain in a serious condition in the pany state that this is single ship-
hospital. It is Btrange coincl 'ence. ments and is for private consumption,
that this man himself had given parts One brewery employee states that the
of bis own skin at vai ious times to b3, De'-il's Ln^e snooting episode last
used in like operations. fall  was the beginning of the   end.
Mr Latter set about lo procure th?  since   then   "blind   pigs"   have   been
ter it I should be contradicted at Onqe  neCessary volunteers. He already had   closed   in   large  numbers   throughout
ber husband  had  been a member of
by dropping out of the race.    If one
tive population, lt is said, is suffering  the order and had regularly paid Wb j nation   so   Important   as   ourselves���
from its effect in many of the South
eastern Alaska villages.
The administration has reiterated
its intention to break up the practice.
These Indians aro nearly all Industrious and law-abiding, says Governor
Clark, and their usefulness as workers and was
in  the  mines  and  canneries   is
by the German government. Within
the limits of that statement I think
agreement may do something. I have
always held that the frank exchange
of information between the two government through their naval attaches would guard against any surprise. (Cheers). It would convince
each nation that neither was trying to
steal  a   march   upon   the   other;   it
dues. The contention of the defendant i topped out of the competition, I do
was that the deceased generally paid j not thlnk we ghould serve the world-
his dues after the limit of time sped-1 puri)08e of reducing the gene al   ris
fled  by the regulations and that the   Ing level of expenditure (hear. hear).
last premium had been-pald on the 8th  0n the contrary, I think It might very
onth, when due on the 1st,  well ha,)pen that if one nation drop- ^"T"'r\JruiL'L n"maa,"h^t\TJ
paid one day after the death   ped mtV% migllt welI glve B Bpurt tl  effect Renerally    It maj be that
"'�� b.1Bh�����1 | Expenditure  in   some  others   (opposi   ln  the  limit8 of  German   NaVa
a small list of men who were ready
an through his own efforts and thos-3
of Rev. Dr. Symonds, who he has interested in the case, the thirty-five
men required, will likely be obtained.
Dr. Symonds appealed to hls congregation at the evening service on Sunday for volunteers.
Dr. Symonds has at present a list
of seventeen men from seventeen   to
the state and those that were not
closed in large have been scared one
pntil tbere are hardly half a dozen in
the entire northern and western part,
that are selling.
of the month, when due on the 1st,
and was paid one da;
lm- of plaintiff's husband
would  convince  other  nations   as  to  tlilrty-five years old. Including a Laval   ......	
the intentions of this country and of Btu(jent, who are ready and willing t-j nesdav unless their   demands
Germany; nnd It would have a pacific  do what j8 po88ible to save the man's   granted  bv  that  time.    Four
witli
Naval  law
some retardation of expenditure may
paired by the activities of the whisky      The  conclusion   of   the   court   was   tlon  cheers).    The  lion, member  for ���,..._...
"bootleggers." that the plaintiff had established that  Merthyr TydvlI spoke of the growin? ^ effected.   It ���a/eSain   t^^i
 i* -mna �����inmnrv tn consider recu ar   #���i. . . -,n��  ������.i ���._ -��� ��� would   make   lt   certain    tnat    tneie
MISS
WALLETT'S   "RAT"
WAS ALSO HER WALLET
Soutli Bend, Ind., April 4.���The finest "rat" for a woman's hair yet constructed is reposing In the safe at police headquarters here, having been
taken from the head of Miss Fay Wal-
lett. The rat contained $1200 In cash,
$(1000 in coupons and $40 mo in bonds
It was customary to consider regular
nil payments made Inside of fifteen
days after they were due, and on that
ground rendered judgment in favor of
the plaintiff.
,	
Millionaire Dying.
Winnipe. , April *.���Wo- I was -��-
ceived today that E. L. Drewry, the
well known millionaire brewer, ts
dying of pneumonia In Chlc^o, ��n his
S^eis detained" as a witness against return trip from Florida. The family
Thad Talcott, who is charged with were summoned to hls bedside and
perjury in connection with a suit for  left last night.    Mrs. Drewry ls with
alimony. ; h,m-
  ���si
feeling against expenditure, and he re
ferred to Socialism. Yes, but that
growth of feeling must find expression not in any one country alone, but
in several countries simultaneously.
The Socialist vote had no effect upon the passing of the German   navy
would be no addition to the present
program in Germany. All that ls a
subject   for   discussion   between  the
life.
Will Operate.
The operation will in all probability be performed on Saturday next or
Sunday If the patient can be prepared
for it by that time. About three
square Inches will be taken from tha
left arm or hip of each of the volun-
Printers Strike.
San Jose, Cal., April 4.���Demanding-
a stiaight raise of 50   cents    a day,
union printers here announced todav
that they would strike at noon Wed-
were
newspapers and thirty printing establish-
lutuiH wiii be aitected. The publishers bave announced their determination to resist the demands.
Hotel  Proprietor III.
Winnipeg. April 4.���Thomas Camo-
^ei'. the proprietor of the    Martaggi
Songhees Indians Receive I
$421,533.60 For Their Land
governments, and it. would be to the teerg and grafted on the injured pan hotel, Is critically   ill    in    Chicago,
good if any agreement could be reach- of the patlent.   Those who thus give
���,.  me ,���..,�����; ...  me ���,. ,...���   ,...>.   e:�� J^K**? ?L^B lK��mit! their skin will suffer no especial pain
estimates the other   day  (opposition raU8t be a,WBys between those limits.       inconvenience,
che���)                                 (opposition. a.   f(_,  _8  agreement   i8   concerned,      Thi8 one ca8e wlI1 Vkeiy be   the
The  Burden of Taxation. that tlie German Naval law has been mean8 of flrm]y establishing, with the
I   deprecate   the   word "alarm"  in Jj" ���d��"n g S^ ft-! '& help ��f ** Latter' a 80C,ety  wWch
this motion tonight, because I do not ,h,nk8 if, "eo'8SaryA��' h*!r��!LnH W' will be the flrst of its kind   In   the         .
think that we ln this country feel the p08es- witl,in her own power, and due wor)d-    Tbe hospitals will then have  Manitoba, re Sawa Fedorenko. whoso
burden  of taxation  most   (opposition  \�� herself, to have a strong navy. That at   tbelr   command>   a   source    from  arrest  was  unsuccessfully  sought  by
cheers).   The burden Is heavy ln this is a Posltion which nobody can resent whlch any quantity   of   good healthy tbe Russian government on a charge
country; but the burden is not so se-  Germany  taking  up^      Germany has Bkm caQ be obtalned at short notice,    of murder.
verely felt in this country as in some never regarded our naval estimates aa .
other countries   (hear,  hear),     t toe. a provocation tc her
where he underwent an operation for
serious internal trouble on Sunday.
Fedorenko Appeal Granted.
London, April 4.���The privy council
today granted leave of appeal against
the decision of   Justice    Robson.   of
Victoria, April 5���The sum of S-121,-
BB3.80 was paid yesterday afternoon
to the Indians who have been living
on the Songhees reservation in   tho
heart of this city.
Each head of a family received, ln
addition to- his share of the reserve
purchase price, the sum of $10,000.
The Songhees were handed bank
books with the individual amounts
credited to them.
Affpr Premier McBride had made a
speech to the departing Indians, Chief  the best must be a struggle
(hear,
lleve that the contrary Is much nearer the truth. The burden of taxation
may be heavy, but I think that, the
Inclient aa arranged ls not so heavy
here as ln some other countries
(cheers). When I spoke of a revolt
against naval and military expenditure I think that revolt will not come
till the taxation presses directly upon
those classes for whom existence at
When
International Law.
. Agreement may do something, but
It is a small matter compared with tho
whole question. The rise and fall of
world expenditure is the real thing
which we wish to affect. The tide Is
flowing, the expenditure Is increasing.
What we have to look for 1b any beneficent movement which will go to t'.ie
root of the matter and so affect public opinion, not in one country, but in
Negroes Brutally Assault
White Girl In Edmonton
Cooper replied ln English. you begin to make hunger  by taxa
The Indians will take up their resi- tion sooner or later, and thp na-al ��M  tide ceasing to flow, then turr.ing, and,
dence on the new reserve near Esuul- ml'Itary expenditure of every country 1
malt. goes on Increasing, then you will be
Edmonton, April ?.���Tte first nesro white girl in a quiet spot, tied her 0
atrocity on a  white woman  in    this a post and whipped and assaulted her.
district was reportel today,, members Public   indignation    is   stirred    to
of the colony    which   arrived    threo fever  heat.,   A  strong  protest  is  to
all, that it may lead first of all to th-* | .                bei      considered tha gulltv be made to the Dominion government
���*tAe\   na\t\a'\n~   fj-i   flrtiir     than   f ii **r* in tr    nml * D ��
(Continued on Page Four.)
parties.
Two negroes, Who came across
a. ainrt   permitting t:;c b!ac..
a main la tte district. FAOE TWO
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911.
Wants
WANTED���AT ONCE FOR TEMPOR-
REID, CURTIS & PORGAN
706 Columbia Street.
Correspondence \
CORNER LOT, one block off the Co-1 ^9....999****a>..a)......a,*iX
lumbia  street  car   line,  at   a  two-| , ,
vears-ago price, $650. (The Daily News Is not responsible
��� for the opinions expressed by Its cor-
I* I* ..  a   I . W .a  .      a. . . a   . .    �� .v ��.  _^_^__^_	
ary duly, a man as orderly's aid and  THREE L0TS on     cor        one b|ock! re8pondent8.)
fuThLZ. f \    from ��>��� S^th street line in Burn. '
bian hospital. cleai
WANTED ��� ENGINEER    TO    RUM
our speed    launch    "Vlte."    Apply |
Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
WANTED ��� BY     A
board and room; close in. Apply il.,
NEW SEVEN ROOM modern and
pretty home, half block from Sixth
street car line, close ln, In Burnaby,
~~������������������      on two ..0x120 foot lots, all cultivat-
GENTL1CMAN,'     ed> |260a>
MONEY   BYLAWS.
this ofiice.
WANTED���A GIRL TO TAKE CARE
of child in afternoons. Apply Mrs.
V. H. Eicklioff, 234 Second street.
TWO 44-foot lots, half block from
Sixth street car line on Eighth avenue, each $C00.
THREE  LOTS, two corners and    in-
,    side,  high   view, property,  fronting
WANTED-A GIRL  TO   ASSIST  IN I    on the Twelfth street car line, with
In general housework.    Apply   12'J j
Third avenue. 	
In city limits, $3000; one third cash.
, j GENERAL store in Surrey.   The best
WANTED ��� EXCAVATING,   FENC-|    opportunity  in  the  whote    munlci-
lng, Bidewalks and general contract-
tag. Gust Melin, 1016 Third avo-
nue. _______
WANTED TO RENT���FURNISHED
house, flve or six rooms. Must ba
close In or near car line. Write,
giving price and particulars, "Careful," Dally News office.
WANTED���YOUNG GIRL TO TAKE
care of two small children. Apply
307 Carnarvon street.
WANTED���AN OFFICE BOY FOU
real estate office. Apply. Diamond
ft Corbould, Lavery block.
pallty, for sale cheap.    Big income,
small expense.   Enquire at once.
REID, CURTIS & DORGAN
70S Columbia Street.
OUR SHINGLES ARE A LITTLE
better than Is necessary. You can
lay them cheaper. They make a
better roof. Westminster Mill Co.,
Ltd. Call 8(10. Box 1003. If yo.i
prefer, order them with your lumber through Small & Bucklin
J. P. HAMPTON HOLE, BARRISTER,
solicitor and notary, (UO Columbia
street.   Over C. P. R. Telegraph.
PALMER
GASOLINE ENGINES
3V4 to 25 H. P.
2 and 4 Cycle.
Local Agents
Westminster Iron Works
Phone   53.
Tenth   St.,  New   Westminster.
FOU SALE���ON FIRST STREET,
two lots just above Sixth avenue,
numbers 20 and 21. Price $.50 each,
$250 cash, balance li und 12 months.
P. O. Hox 971.
FOU   SALE-FIVK-PASSBNGEIl   Al -
tomobile, 30-35 horsepower, In good
running    order.       Apply    at    tlv
Schaake   Machine   Works,   Limited.
FOR SALE���IN 10, 15 AND 20 ACRE
blocks, or more to suit purchase:-,
facing on Yale road, near Coast
Meridian road. Price $160 per acre..
Easy tprms.    A. B. C, Daily News
office.
The
Royal Bank of Canada
Capital paid up  $6,200,000
Reserve        6,900,000
The Bank has 175 branches,
extending in Canada from the
Atlantic to the Pacific; in Cuba,
throughout the Island, also in
Porto Uico, Trinidad, Bahamas,
NEW YORK and LONDON,
ENGLAND.
Drafts issued without delay
on all the principal Towns and
Cities in the World.
These   excellent   connections
afford every banking facility.
New Westminster  Branch,
LAWFORD RICHARDSON, Mgr.
TO      KENT���FURNISHED      EIGHT \
roomed bouse  immediately,    Apply
National Finance Co.
FURNISHED    FLAT     NEAR    POST
oiTU-.e for   rent.-,   all conveniences
$25.   Apply "I..," News office.
FOU RENT���GOOD BOARD AND
room; convenient location. 47 Columbia street.
VACANCIES FOR GENTLEMEN
boarders; home comforts. 310 Sixth
avenue.
TO RENT���LARGE WELL FURNISH
ed rooms. Apply 224 Seventh street
COAL
New
Wellington
JOSEPH  MAYERS
Phone 105.     P. O. Box 345.
Office, Front St., Foot of Sixth.
LOUT.
LOST  OX   I.K'II   ROAD   BETWEEN!
Milirilc   and   Westminster   cow   In
milk.   Agcfl four years;  white with
black s; fns.   Nawali Khan, Mi lside.
Telcphc-r.e IC, Hindu store.
FOUND.
LOST ��� DUPLICATE AGREEMENT,
Ellis vs. Coatham, on Sixth street,
April 3. Finder kindly return to
Mrs. W. C. Coatham, 419 Ninth
street
iV estnl.ist).'
��! Transfer Co.
Editor, Dully  News:
Sir���Once more it is up to the ratepayers of the corporation of Westminster to give their assent or reco:d
their veto for or a. ainst the enactment of several money bylaws to authorize the borrowing of more cash
for various schemes of expenditure,
and incidentally to further pile up tlie
agony of civic indebtedness now fast
nearing the two million mark, or a
little more than a hundred and ten
dollars per capita. About another
three-quarters of a million ls no.v
sought to be added to the debt by
numerous bylaws to be voted on April
12.
It ls more than probable that tha
electors will appreciate the necessity
for more school room and will de-
| clde that they must submit to further
strain upon the credit of the city for
tills purpose.
As to street Improvements they will
naturally   require   to   be   better   informed  about  street  lines,  and   will
ask for further time In which to find
out, if possible, where the streets are
before giving assent to spending any
more money at random.    At present
they only know thut litigation at their
expense  is   pending   to   establish    a
claim to property  which former surveys  by their own well-paid  experts
hud given to residents, who in good
faith  had made costly improvements
thereon.   Tliey have no security what-j
��� ever that further experiments ln land
j measurements will not result still at
the   ratepayers   expense   in   further
'theory that none of the former lines J
I are correct and that even the electric
j tram  lines  are on  private   property.
| Westminster people are too well-bred!
I to   be  surprised   at  any   little  thing
I like that.
The voters may also wish to know
Some more about the elementary bylaws.   Fire, light and water are good '*.
things to have if they don't cost too1
j much.     They  are   quite   capable   of
I dealing Intelligently with the Lulu Is-1
land bridge question as   a   business!
proposition, but when they come   to!
the stable  and  tool   house   building j
scheme it is safe to speculate that It
will occur to the electors that up in!
Queen's park, which ence belonged to
, the public, there are stables to burn.!
and if they won't do, the authorities !
might convert a portion of that pub- [
! lie eye-sore, the horse show skeleton,;
into  both   .table  and  tool   house   to i
great mutual advantage, and w;il vot? ;
jaccordingly. ,
I     But when the business of disposln . j
j of that little wad of good < ity money
I that for more than a ycu- has  been
burning    the    pockets    of   Ahe    city !
fathers instead of  garbage./comes in
for action; when it is considered that.
thc plan is to buy a ga:! age collect-1
ing plant for $5000 and t<> blow in thel
bulk of the total $15,(urn (or more expert advice and reports which in the
last year have ma 'e us the  laughing
stock of Canada, then it, is a forgone
conclusion that the reply of the bai- j
lots will be very similar to that re--',.
orded recently when lt was proposed
to  cut off   and   give   away   another j
chunk of O'-ecn's rarlt for pub'le hospital grounds.
When we' arrive   at   the   plebiscite
acts of the drama lt will appear that
if we pass the grant of $75,000 to
build a high school we must erect it
on public property, and, as Tlpperary
Is the only land which has been granted for school purposes to the city that
would seem to settle the matter.
As probably more thin three-quarters of tlie vote of the city ls in favor
of single tax there cannot be any
doubt about the fate of that question.
Regarding the exemption of church
property from taxation it seems hardly credible in this age of independence and general enlightenment that
any self-respecting branch of the
Christian church should care to exist
upon public charity enforced by law.
it seems far moro probable that most
church denominations would rathe,-
pay dollar for dollar with other sound
business concerns and retain their
dignity, than to dead-head their passage at the state's expense. The men
behind the ballot papers will probably
vote for "a fair field and no favors.'
COLDFAX.
New Westminster, April 4, 1911.
���race 'Pbone 1M.     Barn 'Peons 1S7
Columbia Street.
Baggage   delivered   promptly   :���
any part of tke city.
Light and Heavy Hauling
OFFICE���TPAM DEPOT.
BOUND���PURSE ON QUEENS AVE-
nue Sunday evening, containing
money.    Apply News office.
Auction Sale
f
We have received instructions from
Miss Conner, 7'Ji Princess itieet, to
��:11 by public unction on Thursday,
April 6th, at 2:30 p.m., contents of six
roomed house, consisting of high class
furniture. Doherty organ and stool,
beds, bureaus and stands, sLoves, rugs,
and a lot of useful articles too numerous to  mention.
Bank of Montreal
ESTABLISHED 1817.
CAPITAL        $14,400,000.00;
RE8ERVE         11,000,000.00
Branches throughout Canada ind
Newfoundland, anu In London, Eng
ind, Nsw York, Ch'cago aud Spokane,
U.S.A., and Mexico City. A general
banking business transacted. Letters of Credit Issued, available with
correspondents ln all parts of the
world.
Savings Bank Dspartment���Deposits
received ln sums of $1 and upward,
i,ui Interest allowel at 3 per cent, pei
innum  (present rate).
Total   Assets  over   $186,000,000.00
NEW  WESTMINSTER BRANCH,
O. D. BRYMNER. Manager.
Joseph Travers,
Auctioneer.
$25.00 Reward
CANADIAN PACIFIC
RAILWAY CO.
Easter
Holidays
Easter Holiday Tickets at a single
fare and one-third for the round trip
will be on sale from April 13th to
April 17th, und good to return
April   19th.
Special excursions to all points
East In May.
"AT IT HERE SOKE WOti'
CU
'Sav^arMonef,
���"(slmroerice Mow!
\i/e mtH evayoneto teio*
Apt we are paying -
c~42 Interest
per annum cre3iTe<) tntWf
on saving deposited?
Sl uprard) subject towt
drawl V cheque &-������
<V 5�� Interest"")
on time deposits of *
SiiTmontto&wer.*
\k invest monef for clients
in first mortgages & do a
^enoat ffnaticialbusmesa.
Ve warier saving accnt
& if you arc not saving ���-
aysSematicaflv, * * ��� -
Commence NOW WitHUS.
Deposits \f mm\ ^^^
-���- * * easily hancflet) ���
Wean send ty Draff,
Post Office * Caress
Order or Re^isteredT^
better & withdrawals
can be made ��"+ + ��� -
-���-any way you wish.
Ware Responsible
Refer tif��V + * ~
Dim^Bradstrctfe,
or To anyone ta *
VM50UV6R-
Write u5aM9t<H)ay
DoitTiow!!!!!
kMf.nptb.ln
321 Cambie Street,
|gVancouver B.C.cJ
THE pre-eminence of the
Fit-Reform
position as creators
of the highest class,
hand tailored
garments for men,
is shown by our
display of spring
Styles.
Fit-Reform was
the founder in
Canada of such
Suits & Overcoats.
Fit-Reform has
Steadily gained in
favor, as men more
fully appreciated
the superiority of
the Fit-Reform
system. 307
M. J. PHILLIPS
Sole   Agent   in   New   Westminster
A New Scow for Sale
18 x 62 feet
Brunette Saw Mills Company, Ltd.
Sapperton, British Columbia
IT IS NOT TOO EARLY TO   FIGURE  YOUR   REQUIREMENTS.
WRITE FOR OUR LISTS.
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A   LAUNCH,   practically  new,
Length 30 feet, beam 7 leet 10 inches, draft 2 feet 4 inches. Fir planking, oak riba, straight item, compromised stern, forward cabin, suitable for any purpose. Equipped with 8 h.p. 2 cyclinder "Cowie" engine, make and break apark, automatic governor, reverse gear and
auto iparker.    Can  be seen at our wharf.
Price $350.00.
The Schaake Machine Works, Ltd.
M__#__^_________
WATER  NOTICE.
The Balmoral Baseball club will
l>ay the above reward for the arrest
and conviction of the person or persons who recently stole two catcher's
mitts, one field .love and two bats
from tbe club lockers at Queens park.
HOSPITAL
Westminster Private Hospital.
223 Townsend Ct. Maternity
and non-contagious medical
cases accepted. Terma from
$15 weekly. For further particulars apply to Hospital. Telephone 756.
Phone 699.
P. O. Box 501.
Snider & Brethour
General Contractors
Westminster Trust  Building.
ENGLISH WATCHMAKER
Gold Watchea for Ladles from 912.75
ip.
Silver Watches,   genu*   open face
16.00.
Silver Watches, gents' open   case.
17.50 up.
.   Agent    for   Waltham   and     Klgtn
| Watches.
Watch repairing a Specialty.
i     F. CRAKE
H. W. BRODIE, ED. GOULET,
Gen. Pass. Agent,       Local Agent,
Vancouver.      New  Westminster
CANADIAN PACIFIC
B.C. Coast Service
VANCOUVER   TO   VICTORIA.
1:00 p. m  Dally
TO 8EATTLE.
11:30 p. m  Dally
10 a. m. Daily via Victoria.
TO NANAIMO.
2:00 p. m Dally except Sunday
TO   UNION  ANO  COMOX.
9:00 a.m Thursday and Saturday
TO PRINCE RUPERT AND ALASKA
11 p. m. May fi, lfi, 27, April 4, 15, 25
TO QUEEN CHARLOTTfc ISLANDS..
ll:no  n.  m	
WE8TMIN8TER TO CHILLIWACK.
SS. Beaver.
8 a.m Monday. Wednesdav. Friday
CHILLIWACK TO WESTMINSTER.
7 a.m... .Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
For Other Sailings and Rates Apply
to ED. GOULET,
Agent, New Westminster.
H. W.  BRODIE.
O. P. A.. Vancouver
Notice is hereby given that an application will be made under Part V.
of the "Water Act, 1909," to obtain a
license In the Burnaby division of
New   Westminster district.
(a) The name, address and occupation  of  the  applicant, Alfred   W.  McLeod, insurance    agent,    New  Westminster, II. C.    (b) The name of   the
lake, stream or source  (if unnamed,
the   description   Is)   unnamed   stream
flowing through distiict lot 85, In   a
northerly   direction   into   Deer   lake:
ic)  The point of dive:sion, about one
chain from the boundary of districi lot
92;  (d) The quantity of water applied
for  (In cubic feet per second),    ons
j miner's  inch;   (e)   The  character of
I the proposed  works, none;     (f)  The
i premises on which tlie water is to hn
i use (described same), portion of district lot 85;   (g)  The    purposes    for
' wliich the water is to be used, domestic and irrigation purposes;  (h) If for
| Irrigation describe the land intended
I to be irrigated, giving acreage, two
I and one half    acres,    more    or less,
! sandy hillside;   (1) If the water ls to
| be used for power or mining purposes
describe the place where the water is
to be returned to some natural chan-
' nel. and the difference In altitude be-
j tween point of diversion and point of
return, no power;   (J) Area of crown
land intended to be occupied by   the
! proposed works, none.
(k) This notice was posted on   the
25th day of March, 1911, and appllca-
i tlon will be made to the commissioner
I on the 28th day of April, 1911, at 11
| a.m.
(1)    Give the names and addresses
! of     any     riparian     proprietors     or
! licensees who   or whose    lands   ar*
| likely to be affected by the proposed
works, either above or below the outlet, nene.
A. W. McLEOD,
New Westminster, B. C.
AUCTION 8ALE  OF  DOMINION
LANDS.
Public notice ls hereby given that
there wlll be offered for sale by public auction ln Pender Hall, 804 Pender
street west, ln the city of Vancouver,
on Thursday, April 6, 1911, at 2:30
p. m., about two hundred summer residence lots, the property of the government of the Dominion of Canada.
These lots are located at Woodhaven,
a subdivision of Dominion government
lauds located on Bedwell Bay, on the
North Arm of Burrard Inlet, British
Columbia. Their accessibility to Vancouver, their location on salt water,
and the grandeur of the scenery of the
North Arm make these lots attractive
for summer residence purposes.
Terms   of   Payment.
One quarter In cash at the time of
sale, and balance in three equal annual Instalments with Interest on unpaid balance at the rate of 5 per cent
per annum. The lots will be offered
subject to a certain upset price ln
each case. Upon a parcel of land being knocked down the purchaser shall
immediately deposit the sum of fifty
dollars with the clerk of sale, otherwise the parcel will at once be put up
again. For this purpose Intending
purchasers should provide themselves
with marked cheques on chartered
banks of Canada, made to their own
! order and payable at par at Vancou-
j ver; or with bank notes of as large h
denomination as possible. The bal-
. anee of the cash Instalment must li
' every case be paid before the close of
the sale, failing which the deposit of
$50 will be forfeited and the land
withdrawn from sale. Cheques wlll
not be taken ln payment unless marked accepted by the bank on which
they are drawn.
A pamphlet describing this property,
and a map showing the subdivision
may be had on application to the secretary, Department of the Interior, Ottawa, W. M. Ingram, Inspector of
School Lands, Winnipeg, or to the
Agents of Dominion Lands at New
Westminster, B. C, Kamloops. B. C,
Calgary, Alta., Edmonton, Alta., or to
George McCuaig, auctioneer, 150 Hastings street east, Vancouver, B. C.
P. G. KEYES,
Secretary.
Department of Interior, Ottawa,
March 4, 1911.
Newspapers wlll not be paid for this
advertisement If they insert lt without authority from the department.
SHERIFF'S SALE OF LAND.
In the Supreme Court of British
Columbia.
IN  THE   MATTER   OF  THE  JUDGMENTS ACT.
Between    James    R.    Webster    and
Alexander Webster, Plaintiffs, and
Preston Daniel Dixon and Charles
Siverson, Defendants.
Take notice that on Monday, April
10, 1911, at the hour of two thirty in
tbe afternoon, there will be sold by
public auction at the office of the
Sheriff of \he County of Westmlnste -,
at the Court House, New Westminster, B. C, the interest of Preston
Daniel Dixon and Charles Siverson,
the Judgment debtors, under a certain
Judgment iu i.ivor of James R. Webster and Alexander C. Webster, in the
east half of rhe northwest quarter,
and the west half of the northeast
quarter of section twenty (20), township four (4), range twenty-nine (29),
in the District of New Westminster.
The Interest of the judgment debtors, Siverson and Dixon, is under
and by virtue of a certain agreement
for sale of the hereinbefore described
lands, dated December 14th, 1907, and
made by Davis Whitmore Elliott as
vendor, and Pi eston Daniel Dixon and
K. M. Severson (otherwise known as
Charles Sivertbn), as purchasers.
The amonnt of the Judgment under
which this sale is held is for $4949.80.
together with interest at 5 per cent,
per annum from the 13th day of
August, 1909.
The following charges appear on
the register at the Land Registry
office, New Westminster, against the
hereinbefore described lands: (A)
Registered Judgment dated March 2,
1910, against Preston Daniel Dixon
and Charles Siverson in favor of
James R. Webster for $4949.80.
And further take notice this Bale
is held pursuant to the orders of the
Honorable Mr. Justice Murphy and
the Honorable Mr. Justice Morrison
made herein on Wednesday, tbe 12th
day of October, A.D. 1910.
Dated this 26th day of March, A.D.
1911.
A. B. POTTENGER,
District Registrar.
T. J. Armstrong, Sheriff, County   of
Westminster.
Terms of Sale, Cash.
IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
��� IN ���
I     THC DAILY NEWS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911.
IHE DAILY NEWS.
PAGE THREB
THE
Bank of Toronta
NEW BANKING
ACCOUNTS;
Many People who have
never before been in a
position to do so, may
now be ready to open a
bank account.
The Bank of Toronto
offers to all such people
the facilities of their
laage and strong banking organization.
Interest is paid on Savings
Balances half-yearly.
Business   Accounts   opened
on favorable terms.
INCORPORATED 1855;
ASSETS  $48,000,000
boro
Total  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
And whereas lt   Is    necessary    to ment of the principal.
raUe the required sums to defray the     6.   The proceeds of the sale of tbe
above expenditure upon the credit of said debentures shall be applied   as
tbe municipality. I follows and  not otherwise
said debentures the sum of $42^0' oVgnrnaby in open Council aasembleJ one  hundred and seventy-two  (172), of Burnaby will be uken on the
��t taereon as follows, namely: .*��� trams on* ii\   n�� WMimi>ii�� hi..i mentioned by-law at the   time
..   3.000.oa 	
  for the payment of Interest
..$95,000.00 and tbe sum of 1842.26 for tbe pay-
namely: s^sj groul, one  (1)( N,w Westminster dls-
It shall be lawful for the Reeve trict
Se^to^d*?^0"' f��r *��� *""���*    And  where" * action 14 of th.
way or loan    from    any    person   or ��n��,.t��,i k. a-,..i.,��� io ���. .*.- ..d..ku.
toward��ibodv   or hn,n��. ���, ��?,   person   or enacted by Section 12 of the "Public
.ro7thl��  b^wlinL Tr?   h corporate-  wh�� may'Schools Act, 1905,    Amendment Act,
raise annuallyr  by  speciaf   rate"'tho W& ��Stt�� t^tS^uS StSlttoMlS S ttKffifftK^  Where any terr,tor' ha8 been
sum of 14276.00 for payment of Inter- debentures therein referred to and all  after mentioned a sum not exc��Sta��
est and the sum of $842.25    for pa.- expenses connected with the Issuance eight thousand five hXi?ed XSflOoK
ment of principal,    making    together of the said loan, and the balance shall  dollars, anl to cause>tZ   ,!.     !
the sum of $5117.26 for the term of be paid over from time to time as n. ' Placedta?tt��itSSffmH^S^ 5��
flftv  it,a.  vonrn fnr th��. n.v^>  nt ,.���,r*A   .1 ��� . ." 7    .        ._ ..    '". Ule "��> ai Bank of Canada
to
years  for  the  payment  of quired upon the order ofthe trustees  i'n the City of'New Weitm!n8tlarIlad'1
����    and    renoTin.nl    nt      ***..   hv   the   ,.la..   a    .-   ....     .,.*.. ... * .        '**'*'    **eniminsier
fifty   (50) ^^^^^^^^^	
the interest and  repayment of    the by the city treasurer to the several the credit"ofWsaVcTrnomion fo?
principal of the said loan as herein- persons to whom moneys are payable,ithe purpose and    with   the   nhw?i
"    This By-law shall take effect on < above set forth and to Issue anyTum
after mentioned.
And  whereas  the
7.
the
Included within a municipal school
district in accordance with Section 6
(b) the provisions of that act respect-
place above mentioned, and that A. OL
Moore has been appointed returning
'"" officer to take the vote of such eiee
tors, with the usual powers la that
behalf.
By order of the Council.
J. W. WEART, Keeve.
A. O. MOORE, Acting Clerk.
lng public schools in cities and rural THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY
municipalities shall apply thereto, and] OF NEW WESTMINSTER,
such territory, for all school purposes, j _____
shall be deemed to be united to suca
municipal school district, and all property situated ln such territory, shall
By-law No.
Ana  wnereas  me  wnoie    rateable the        day of ,1911  and may! ber  of  debenture   nt  t\. ��i   ~   WO auuaiea in sucn territory, snail I .  _
property of the said city according to be cited as the "Public SchoolDeben- poratlon to thl 2m nt   . !.?,ld   C��r' be  1,able  t0  assessments  for  school  A B/-'��w ���� enable the Council of
' the last revised assessment roll then,   ture By-law, 1911." " i flve hundred .*8^ My&h tho,U8a"d imposes In the same manner and to j      Corporation  of  th.  City  of  I
of is $7,249,010.
8.    This  By-law  before    the
 ItoarwholeTn^a^anc00^.^''^8 .lD theithe 8ame e"ent as lf the Bame wer*
And whereas to provide for the pay passing thereof sliall receive tbe as- cipal Clauses Act" li? ��J��*. MUD' ilneluded ln the llmlt* of the lncorpor-
ment of the interest and tbe creation sent of the electors of the said city be rehired but not !��.����� �� ���a}'iated city, town or rural municipality,
of a sinking fund for the payment or In manner required by law. I hundred (1500 oni rtnii\T,=    T    nve and ln this by-law the word    "munl-
the principal of said loan ft will    be      Received the assent of the electors  equivalent expressedI In Jl' ��r, a"! cleaUty"  shall be  construed  and ap.
necessary  to  levy   a  special  annual on the day of , 1911.      ling of the United Kingdom ofB Great
     Ireland    at a value    of
1 $4.86% to the pound sterling
NEW WESTMINSTER,
BRANCH
615 Columbl* 8treet.
B. C
Reconsidered and Anally passed in  Britain and
open council the day of ' S4 Hi;-'., tn ti
.A.. "�����   ul iite����o�� to tk.c ijuuuu sterling, as may
ruv r.*rtr �� be re?ulred' tl,e Bald debentures to bo
C,t>  Cler^  Mayor. J sealed with the corporate seal and to
m ,        .. I by signed by the Keeve and Clprit
���    .   _ , Take notice that the above ls a true'    2.    The  debentures sh all  bear" ">
cil of the corporation of Uie City of copy of the proposed    by-law    upon terest at a rate not exceed Ll^ nil
New Westminster enacts as follows: | which the vote of   the    municipality i centum per annum   payaW. half vear
1.   It utiall be lawful for the Mayor' will be taken at the following places,  ly on the dav of l .1
ot the said city to raise by way o�� vfc^: | day of        �� OI ana the
rate sufficient to raise the said sum
of $5117.25, the amount to be assessed annually on the whole of the rateable land comprised within the said
city.
Now therefore the municipal coun'
respectively, rn
or bodies corporate who'may be will-1 No. 4 Flre Hall, Sapperton; "and No".]  rencVTf^he'sairdebentu'rls'or an"j
ing  to  advance  the  same   upon   the  ��*��� Hall, Thirteenth Street;   on the  of them. ueoemures or anj
loan from any person or persons, body j_ The Council   Chamber,  City  Hall; ' each and every year during the cur-
credit of the debentures  hereinafter 12th day of April, from 9 a.m. to
mentioned a sum not exceeding $95,-| P-m-
000.00 and  to cause the same to be W. A. DUNCAN,
paid Into the treasury of the said city | City Clerk,
for the purposes mentioned herein,    i
2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor j CORPORATION  OF THE   DISTRICT
to cause any number of debentures otl OF  BURNABY.
the  said  corporation  of  the  City  of	
New Westminster to be    made    not: By-law No.
exceeding in the whole  the sum of
7! 3. The said debentures as to principal and interest shall be payable a1,
any branch of the Koyal Bank of Can-
I ada In Canada or their agents in the
J City of London, Kngland, and as to
principal the dehentures shall bs
made payable at the end of forty MO)
years at tne farthest from the day
hereinafter mentioned for this by-law
the
^^^^^^^^ ..., ,. New
Westminster to raise by loan ttie
sum of $75,000.00 for the purpoae
of erecting a High 8chool In ths
City of New Westminster.
Whereas the Board of School
Trustees of the City of New Westminster in    pursuance   of   the   powers
ply accordingly.       	
And whereas it will be necessary to ���        ���.,,
raise annually by special rate the sum f���nted to them by Section 42 of th*
of eight hundred dollars ($800.00) I JjubUc Schools Act 1905," as re-rnact-
principal and the sum of three thous- J���. by Section 32 of the "Public
and four hundred and twenty dollars 7oboo,8 Act 1906- Amendment Act
($3420.00) interest, making together a 30A .have caused to be prepared
total amount annually of four an^ lald before the municipal council
thousand two hundred and twenty dol- a detaUed estimate of the sums re-
lars ($4220.00) for tho term of forty quv;ed to meet auch special or extra.
(40) years for the repayment of the ord,'lary expenses which may be
said loan and interest thereon as hero- le*a"y incurred by the board,
inafter mentioned. I    And whereas the said
such special    or
penses for public
estimate of
extraordinary ex-
school
And whereas the net value of the
whole rateable land in the said muni- _T_\ta "nt ��"""c. 8��no01 PurP<>��e�� la
cipality  (including    district    lot   one f���. ,U.?BS ���'!, ff'"!6 thousand dol-
lannA^A ������a ��� ....��� .,,0. ._ *..   '"��� (*'&,000.00) for the building of a
High School. "      m
And whereas it is necessary to raise
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
By-law No.
__-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_. _-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-__    t�� take effect, and shall have counoni
$95,000.00 In sums as may be required, | A By-law to enable the Corporation of J attached to them for the payment of
but 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
4.8ti6 to the pound sterling; and all
such debentures shall be sealed witli
the seal of the corporation, signed by
tbe Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer thereof, or by such other
person or persons as may be thereunto lawfully authorized.
3. The said debentures shall be
payable on the First day of July, 1901,
at such place or places as the coun
the District of Burnaby to raise by | Interest.
way of Loan the sum of $8500.00
fpr School Purposes.
Whereas the Board of School Trustees of Burnaby ln pursuance of the
powers granted to them by Section 42
of the "Public Schools Act, 1905," as
re-enacted by Section 32 of the "Pub-
1906," have caused to be prepared and
laid before the Municipal Council a
detailed estimate of the sums required
to meet such special or extraordinary I
expenses which may be legally Incurred by the board.
amounts to the sum of $8000.00 according to the statement follow-in .,
which sum together witli the sum of
$500.00, estimated costs incidental   to
A By-law to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum of $95,000.00 for Public 8chool
purposes.
Whereas the Board of School Trus- . _      _        ,. .   	
tees of the City of New Westminster ell of the said corporation may from
in pursuance of the powers granted time to time appoint with the ap-
to them by Section 42 of the "Public proval of the holders thereof and shall
Schools Act 1905," as re-enacted by bear Interest at the rate of four and
Section 32 of the "Public Schools Act', one-half per centum per annum, pay-
1905, Amendment    Act    1906,"    havo  able half yearly on the First day of
caused to be prepared and laid before  January  and  the  First  day  of July.,. ������, ._,..���,_,.,_, rana tuuiueniaj   ic
the municipal council a detailed esti-   In each and every year, and the said | this by-law and the lalslng of the pro
mute of  the  sums  required  to  meet   debentures  shall   have    attached    to  posed loan, amounts
such  special    or    extraordinary    ex-   them coupons for the payment of in-
penses which may be legally incurred   terest  which  said  coupons shall    be
by the board. | signed by the said Mayor.
And  whereas the said estimate of      4.   A special rate on the do'lar shall
such    special    or    extraordinary    ex-  he levied and raised ln each year   ln
addition to all other rates on all the
rateable property of the city sufficient
to pay the interest upon the debentures and to create a sinking fund for
the payment of the principal thereof
when due Bubject to any act or enactment respecting the same.
site   40,000.00'     5.   Subject as aforesaid, there shall
School building at Sapperton 40.000.00 be raised annually by special rate as
School building    at Queens- ' aforesaid during the currency of tbe
4. There shall be raised and levied
annually by a special rate sufficient
therefor on all the rateable land within tbe limits of the said municipality
the sum of eighty-five ($85.00) dollars for the purpose of forming 1
sinking fund for the payment of the
lie Schools Act, 1905, Amendment Act. | "M, debentures, and the sum of three
hundred and sixty ($360.00) dollars
for the payment of the interest at the
rate aforesaid to become due on
such debentures during the currency
thereof, the said special rate to be ln
addition to all    other   rates    to    be
And whereas the sail estimate ofilevled and collected ln the said muni-!
such special or extraordinary expenses j c,Pal^y. durln8  tbe  currency  of
penses  for public school  purposes  is
the sum  of ninety-five thousand  dollars    ($95,000.00)    according   to    the
statement  following:
School site in nortli central
part of the city   $12,000.00
School    building    on above
to the   sum   of
$8500.00.
Barnet  School���
Sidewalk and outbuildings.$ 150.00
Burnaby East���
Grading and  fencing      1500.00
Burnaby West��� ______^^^^^K **
Grading and  fencing        800.00: at an election for the purpose on tho
Duthie��� day of , 1911.
Well and pump     100.00 j     Reconsidered and finally adopted by
Hamilton Road���
said debentures or any of tbem.
5. This by-law shall take effect on
and after the day of ,
1911.
6. This by-law may be cited for all
purposes as the "Burnaby Municipality (School Board) Loan No. 2
By-law, 1911."
Passed the first and second reading
by the Council on the 27th day of
March, 1911.
Received the assent of the electors
hundred and seventy-two (172) as before recited) according to the last re-i
vised assessment roll, amounts to ten' the r��nnir��/i �����m ." --;������' ��
million four hundred and    eighty-six Sm��ffi��? ���Z���   tH*""*^!'6   BboTe
thousand  eight  hundred  and ninety- mmfc|__u?v   P *  "^ ot ��*
five dollars ($10,486.^5.00). |     AnCd,PXreBi  it  will  be necew^
And whereas to provide for the pay- to raise annually by sneclal ��t��i��i
ment of the interest and the creation sum of $3376.00 for payment td i��!
of a sinking fund for the payment of terest and the sum of $664 91 for na*
the principal sum of seventy-six thous- ment of principal, making to**��L
and dollars ($76,000.00) lt will be the sum of $4039.91 for the te��� 5
necessary to levy a special annual fifty (50) years for the payment of
rate sufficient to raise the sum of the interest and repayment of tka
four thousand two hundred and twenty principal of the said loan as herns!
dollars ($4220.00), the amount to be after mentioned,
calculated annually on the whole or j And whereas the whole ratenabl*
the rateable land comprised within property of the said City accord la*
the municipality. Be it therefor en- i to the last revised assessment rail
acted by the Keeve and Council jf thereof is $7,249,010.00.
the said Corporation of Burnaby In { And whereas to provide for tha
open council assembled as follows, payment of the Interest and the creo-
namely: I tion of a sinking fund for the payment
1. It shall be lawful for the Reeve'of the principal of said loan it wlll be
and Clerk of the Council, for the pur-, necessary to levy a special animal
pose aforesaid, to borrow or raise by rate sufficient to raise the said sna
tbe! way ot ^o^o from any person or body, of $4039.91, the amount to be assessed
or bodies corporate, who may be will- j annually on the whole of the rateable
lng to advance the same upon the'land comprised within the sai J city.
credit of the debentures hereinafter! Now therefore the municipal coun-
mentioned a sum not exceeding I cl1 of the Corporation of the City of
seventy-six thousand  ($/6,000.00) dol-|New Westminster enacts as follows:
lars and to cause the same to be ,x- u 8 ,a�� �� lawful for the Mayor
placed in the Royal Bank of Canada f thf 8ald clty t0 ralse by way of
in the City of New Westminster to loa" 'i',om ����? Per8on ��J Persons, body
the credit of the said Corporation fo. | fr bodies corporate who may be wUI-
the purpose and with the objects ��"*��<> advanceithe same upon the
above set forth and to issue any num-jcr��"J ot.tb* debentures hereinafter
ber of debentures of the said Corpora- ���"oned a 8um not exceeding $76.-
tion to the sum of seventy-six thous | 00?-?��' and t0 cause the 8a��ne to be
Well    and    pump    $100.00,
grading and draining $500..
E. H. BUCKLIN, N. BEARDSLEE,
Pres. and Geni. Mgr,     Vice-President.
W. F. H. BUCKLIN,
Sec. and Treas.
SMALL-BUCKLIN
LUMBER  CO., LTD.
Manufacturers  and   Wholesale Dealers In
Fir, Cedar and   Spruce Lumber
Phones No. 7 and 877.   Shingles, Sash, Doors,  Mouldings, Etc.
Lake View���    	
Grading	
Armstrong Avenue���
Clearing and grading  ..
Haley Avenue���
Clearing and grading .
Securing site in    vicinity
and ($76,000.00)  dollars In the whole faid ,lnto the tresaury of the said City
in accordance  with    the    "Municipal, ^ thTe Ptoses mentioned herein.
the Council, signed by the Reeve'and! Clauses Act" in sums as may be re   .  "���   " shali be la*ful to/ ]>>e Mayor
I Clerk and sealed with the Corporate quired, but not less than five hundred  �� c���\���> ^gLS*--*'-"Si
N0.00i.ea, al, on the day 9t   , 4����^^^^^^ " " ^ ^^ * ^
I     Take notice U*t the ahpv. ��� a *u.\^ 2SS*&��J&*Z 2* "-^^������a^n^^n^ta
of
day of Aprll, 1911, between 9 o'clock
,U\C.Vy ot Mew Weaualsater to be wm*.
.^y quired,
  .Mt '���* *B '
tuo   naiu    uvuvuouive   w   ******   >w*��m**9^s*    Willi,   __#m��i��llw
8thjthe_ corrorate^eal^nd to be signed by\Great Brltaln and lreUnd> at a ^^
lOOO.OOlcopy of the propo.ed    6y-law    upiu'"" ��������d,"^"^'t^be^J^wTfh �� ��� �������*��"��* ***i,T*****as us poi
R,n J ^k thV��te  ��f  tbe  munlclpaUtyl^t ^L*^!"^^^k!*!^J'**Iaterllng  of the United  KlngdSi
650.00| wlll  be  taken  on   Saturday,  the
Capital Hill     2700.001 a.m. until 7 o'clock p.m., at the follow-
Costs incldenti! to this by-law I ing polling places:
and raising the loan       500.00;
,1
r
Clearance Sale
 of 	
Ladies' and Children's
Wear
A. J. BIRTCH
The W hite House 617 Columbia Street
1
1
Total $8500.00
And whereas lt Is necessary to rais>
the moneys required to defray the
above expenditure upon the credit of
the municipality.
And  whereas    tinder
vested ln the Council
struction under Section 6  (b)  of the
said "Public Schools Act. 1905," as re-
enacted  by  Section 3 of the "Public
Schools Act,  1905, Amendment    Act,   	
1P0C," the boundaries of the Municipal' tors
The Municipal Hall, Edmonds.
Agricultural Hall, Central Park.
Lake View School Hous'e.
Hamilton  Road Scliool HouEf.
Mr. Herd's Office.
Duthie School House.
i the Reeve anl Clerk
2. The debentures shall bear lr.
terest at a rate not exceeding 4>�� per
centum per annum payable half-yearly
on the day of and the
day of respectively in each
and every year during the currency of
the said debentures or any of them.
I of 4.866 to the pound sterling; and all
sucb debentures shall be sealed with
the seal of the Corporation, signed by
the Mayor and countersigned by the
Treasurer theieor, or by such other
person or 1 ersons us may be thereunto lawfully authoiized.
3.    The  said  debentures shall    be
payable on tbe First day of July, 1961,
School District of Burnaby have been
extended so as to Include district lot
one hundred and seventy-two (172),
group one (1), New Westminster District.
And whereas by Section 14 of the
said "Public Schools Act, 1905," as
re-enacted by Section 12 of the "Public Schools Act,1905, Amendment Act,
1906," where any territory has been
Included within a Municipal School
District in accordance with Section H
(h), the provisions of that Act respect-
lag Public Schools in cities and rural
municipalities shall apply thereto,
and such territory for all school purposes, sliall he deemed to be united
to such Municipal School District, and
all property situ, te ln such territory,
shall  he  liable    to    assessment    for
^^^^^^^^   3.    The said debentures as to prin   ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Public notice ls hereby given  that] cipal and interest Shall be payable at' at SUch place or places as the Council
the    powers  the vpte of the electors of the districi any branch of the Royal Bank of Can-j 0( the said Corporation may from time
of Public    In-! of Burnaby will be taken on the above ada in Canada or their agents in the  to time appoint with the approval of
mentioned   by-law   at   the   time   and  City of London, England, and as    to, the ho'ders thereof and 6hall bear in
place above mentioned, and that A. G.  principal    the  debentures    shall    be j terest at the rate of four and one-half
Moore has  been  appointed  returning made payable at the end of forty (40)   per centum per annum, payable half
officer to take the vote of such ele>| years at the farthest from the dav j yearly on  the First day of January
with  tie   usual  powers  In  that  hereinafter mentioned for this by-law|and the First day of July, ln each and
behalf. ^_^^^^^^^^^
By* order of the Council.
J. W. WEART, Reeve.
A. G. MOORE, Acting Clerk
CORPORATION   OF
OF  BURNABY
By-law No.
to take effect, and shall have coupons,'every year, and the said debentures
I attached to them for the payment of ��� shall have attached to them coupons
I interest. | for the payment of '.merest which said
j    4.   There shall be raised^and levied   coupons shali be signed by the   aaid
 1 annually  by a special rate sufficient,' Mayor.
THE  DISTRICT therefor on all the rateable land with-j     4.   a special rate on the dollar shall
' ln the limits of the said municipality 1 be levied and raised in each year   in
tiie sum of eight   hundred    ($800.00) | addition to all other rates on ail tho
dollars for the purpose of forming a rateable property of the City sufficient
sinking fund for the payment of the  to  pay  the Interest  upon  the deben-
--*- - -���-'-'��� fund for
thereof
Rtf taw tn enable the Comoration of said debentures, and the sum of three I tures and to create a sinking fund for
thiDlttrlrtS BurnabrtoSKby^hoawiid four hundred and twenty the payment of the principal thereof
iy.fKnthei"W$B ($3420.00) dollars for the payment of when due, subject to any act or enact-
^��lon?P,;r���n.�� *   ' Ithe interest at the rate aforesaid to  ment respecting the same
I become due on such debentures dur-|     5.   Subject as aforesaid, there shall
Garden  Tools
SPADING FORKS, 4 AND 5 TINED.
GARDEN SPADES, LONG AND SHORT HANDLES.
GARDEN RAKES, STEEL AND MALLABLE.
GARDEN HOES.
CYCLONE HAND SEEDERS.
HAND POTATO PLANTERS.
HAND SPRAYERS FOR ROSE BUSHES.
AND A FULL LINE OF BEE SUPPLIES ON HAND.
T. J. TRAPP & CO., Ltd.
NEW WESTMINSTER, B. C.
for School  Purposes.
Whereas the Board of School Trus-  -  ���  ���  - ___ 	
tees of Burnaby in pursuance of   the! InR *be currency thereof, the said spe-, be raised annually by special rate as
Section c'1'1 rate t�� be in addition to all other aforesaid during the currency of the
���public Scnoois Act 1905" rates to be levied and collected^ln said debentures the sum of $3375.0(1
ed by Section 32 of the' the said municipality du;ing the cur- for the payment of Interest thereoa
hools   Act,   1905, " Amend- rency  of the said debentures or any  and the sum of $664.91 for the pay-
of them.   In the event of there being ment of the principal,
any unexpendel balance of the $70,-1    6.   The proceeds of the sale of the
.. _ . ��� _.        _        000.00  after  purchasing    the    seven  said  debentures shall  be applied as
corporated city, town or rural muni- thV*"su^B "re quiredto"meet such spe- scl'00l sites as herein recited such uu- follows and not otherwise: toward*
cipality, and In this by-law the word ciCL* QT extraordinary expenses which expended balance shall be used for paying the cost of the passing of this
"municipality" shall be construed and ,nay be iegalIy incurre(i by the board   similar purposes. I by-law and the Issue and sale of the
" '     5.   This by-law shall take effect on debentures therein referred to and at
powers granted to them by Section
42 of the "Public Schools Act, 1905,"
as   re-enact
"Public   Sc ���   .._ .__
school purposes in the same manner 1 ment Art  j���06.. ,)ave (.all8���d to    be of them
und to the same extent as If the same   prepared  and   laid   before  the   Muni-
were included in the limits of the in- cipa, council a detailed estimate of
apply accordingly. And  wherea8  tlle said estimate of
And whereas it will be necessary to such M    ot    extraordlnarv    ex-
raise annually  by    special    rate the e8 amount8 t0 the sum of    $75-
sum of elghty-flve ($8500) dollars mM accordlng to the statement fol-
prlnclpal and the sum of three hun-1 lowi which 8Um together with tha
red and sixty (.360.00) dollars Inter- 8Um ���, ,lu00-00 estimated costs in-
est. making together a total amount] cidenlai to this by-law and the raising
annually of four hundred and forty- of th propo8ed ioan amounts to the
five ($445.00) dollars for the term gum ot ��7(j 000 00
of forty (40) years for the repayment j Purcha8e   and ' cl'earlng   of
of the said loan and Interest thereon
as hereinafter mentioned.
And whereas the net value of the
whole rateable land ln the said municipality (Including district lot one
hundred and seventy-two (172) as before recited), according to the last
revised assessment roll, amounts to
.10.4S6.895.00
And whereas to provide for the payment of the Interest and the creation
site for office for board,
construction of office and
equipment of same  $ 5,000.00
Purchase of seven school
sites at an average cost of
$10,000.00   each     70,000.00
Costs incidental to this bylaw and raising the loan..    1,000.0)
and after the day of . 1911.  expenses connected with the issuance
6. This by-law may be cited for all of the said loan, and the balance shall
purposes as tbe "Burnaby Municipality be paid over from time to time as
(School Board) Loan No. 1 By-law, required upon the order of the trus-
1911." 1 tees by the City Treasury to the ���*��-
Passed  the first and second read- eral persons to whom    moneys   are
ing by the Council on the 27th day  payable,
of March, 1911. I     7.   This by-law shall take effect oa
Received the assent of the electors  the        day of , 1911, and may
at an election for the purpose on the be cltei as the "High Scliool Dehes-
day of , 1911. I ture By-law 1911.'.'
Reconsidered and fina ly adopted by!     8.   This by-law before the final paas-
the Council, signed by the Reeve an.l  lng  thereof shall  receive the assent
and sealed with the Corporate  of the electors  of the said City    ia
Clerk ^^^^^
Seal all on the
1911.
day of
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed by-law upon
which the vote of the municipality
will   be  taken  on  Saturday,  the  Sth
manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
Total- $76,000.00
. And whereas It Is necessary to rals��
of a sinking fund for the payment ofj the moneys required   to   defray   the
the said principal sum of eight thous-] above expenditure upon the credit of day of April, 1911, between 9 o'clock
the municipality. I a.m.  until 7 o'clock p.m., at the fol-
And whereas    under    the    power* lowing places:
vested in the Council of   Public    In-1    The Municipal Hall, Edmonds,
struction under Section 6  (b)  of the'    Agricultural Hall, Cential Park,
said  "Public   Schools  Act,   1905,"  tin
re-enacted by Section 3 o* the "Public
Schools Act, 1905,    Amendment    Act,
1906," the boundaries of the Municipal
School District of Burnaby have been
on the day of
Reconsidered and
open council the
1911.
City Clerk.
. 1911.
finally passed is
day of ,
Mayo:.
and five hundred ($3500.00) dollars it
will ho necessary to levy a special-annual rate sufficient to raise the sum
of four hundred and forty-Ive ($445 00)
dollars, the amount to be calculated
annually qn the whole of the rateable
land comprised within the municipality.
Be It therefore enacted bx the Reevo
Lake View School House.
Hamilton Road Schonl House.
Mr. Herd's Office.
Duthie School House.
-Puhl:^ jiotirr* t<*-. h*)reh" *���]*���?->
Be it tnereiore eTiactea ox me ueevo   owiwi  wic..-.. *r. .............   ..-.- ���.���        ���     ��� . .,..,.���,
and Council of the said Corporation, extended so as to Include district lot the vote ot the electors of the district
Take notice that the above is a
true copy of the proposed by-luw upoa
which the vote of the municipality
will be taken at the following places.
viz.:
The Council Chamber, Citv Hall;
No. 4 Fire Hall, Sapperton; and No. *
Flre Hall, Thirteenth Street: on the
12th day of April, from 9 a.m. to 7
p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
mt PAOI rouit.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNE8DAY, APRIL 5, 1911.
Tne Dally News
corner
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911.
treat   Mexico  ln  that  way?     (Hear,
hear).
Sir  E.  Grey���The other statement
is:    "If we   can  negotiate   and   put
through    private    agreements    with
Published by The Dally News Publish-  some other nation to abide by tho ad-
Ing Company, Limited, at their offices,'judication   of    International   arbitra-
of    McKenzie    and    Victoria  tion courts in every issue which can-
. I not be settled by negotiations, -no mat-
Streets. ter what Jt lnvoiveg> whether honor,
vw>^_>^_.^^%^^w^>^^^^^^^^' I territory  or  money,  we   shall   bave
-   a   D��i��. Manaalna Director; made a long step forward  by demon-
i. A. Paige "���-    u   ��      j strating that it  is possible-for  two
nations at least to establish between
them the same system which, through
the process of law, has' existed between individual under government."
Sir, these are bold and courageous
-. | words. We have no proposal before
us, and unless public opinion will rise
to the level of discussing a proposal
of that kind, pot with reference to
cliarges of. inconsistency, noi witli
IMPERIAL V^WW-T J reference io what one natldri or the
there' other Is going to gain practically by
During the last two    years   me *. gome agreement, but unless they will
has been quite a considerable amount j r|ge t0 tlle height of discussing lt as a
nf discussion upon the question of Im- great movement In the opinion of the
Tr,.    ������_     ��t th�� nresent  world, lt cannot be carried out. , But
perial administration.   At the preaen , ^^  ft  ^  ^^     gup^al|lg
day, we should say, no one win o�� . two Qf the  greate���t ntti0ns ,i�� the
pute that the time has arrived when|world wef3 to make it'cltfer-'fe. the
the overseas  dominions are entitled, whole world that by an agreement of
���1 ��,h���t mav be termed the  such a character   under   no   clrcum-
to share in wnat may E,mnlrn : stances were they going to war again,
general government of the empire. (Loui mlnlgterlB, cheers^Wp-^ture
Such a broader and stronger and
more satisfactory means of empire
control may not be established for a
year or two hence, but that it is very
much nearer to attainment than ever
before is apparent from many circumstances which have transpired of late.
One notable sign in this direction ls
the list of subjects which are to   be
ALBERTA LOSES APPEAL.
Edmonton, April 3.���The supreme
court on Saturday delivered Judgment
dismissing tbe appeal in the case of
the provincial government against
the Royal bank, to recover six million
dollars of Alberta and Great Waterways bonds held by them. Some weeks
ago Mr. Justice Beck male an order
Joining the Canada West Construction
company and the Alberta   and Great
Waterways company with the defend-j
ant bank in the suit   begun   by   thej
province.     To  this  the    government
took appeal.   The chief Justice was ln |
favor of allowing the appeal, but the:
other three Judges sustained the order |
of Mr. Justice  Beck.    The two new
parties Joined as defendants are given
six days to file their defence.   An appeal will be carried to higher courts.
*f
(Continued on Page Six.)
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Does it seem to you that you can't j
stand another minute of   that   awful
burning itch ? I
That it MUST be cooled ?
That you MUST have relief? j
,,���     . I    Get a mixture of Oil of Wlnter^reen,
discussed at the forthcoming Imperial Thymol and other soothingJ'lrigredi-
conference. Among the Ust of mat- ent. aa compounded only li J). D, D.
ters which will be brought forward by      ^ v^ ^ ^^ g       . ^
Sir Joseph Ward, the premier of Mew  ful burnlng instantly !        ���> ��� '"
Zealand   is  one  concerning  Imperial J    The llrst drops soothe and heal !
���nreKPntation of overseas dominions      The firBt drops give you a feeling of
representation oi lmn-r,..,   or.  comfort that you have not enjoyed for
with a view   to further   impe.ial   or or ^.^ ^^
ganic control.    Others seek the crea-      Take ou_ word Qn ,t
tion of uniform commercial laws and     (*et a ji.qo or a trial bottle today.
��he  representation  of  the  dominions      Write   the    D. D. D. Laboratories,
the  lepreseuuu u Dept   __  w    ^ colborne St., Toronto,
upon the privy council. ^ wm sen(J _   ^ . boU[o
As Sir Joseph  Ward, who is now  ffee
passing through this country on his      y   j   MacKenzie,  Druggist, Colum-
way to the conference, pointed out in  bia street.
discussing the New Zealand proposals, = -
the question of the defence of the |
empire is of paramount importance. I
This stands out as the first and great- j
est question of the day, both for the
Public Meeting
Will be held in Johnston's hall, Sapperton, on Thursday .evening, at eight
statesmen    of    the   old country and  o'clock, to discuss questions affecting
those of the overseas dominions    to  the    interests    of    the    Westminster
Liberal Meeting
to elect primaries will be held
at 8 p.m. on
Friday, April 7
in the Eagles' Hall.    All Liberals invited to attend.
schools.
1     Members  of the school  board  will
be present, with others, o discuss tlie
efforts are being made to establisii bv.laW8 explanatory of school matters
an  era of international    peace,    the  anent    the    suggested    amendments.
consider.   It is a curious and anomalous circumstance that whilst    strong
are rapidly increasing. Sir Joseph
Ward's feeling is that certain and,
lasting peace can only be secured by I
maintaining the supremacy of Great j
Britain on the sea. Thin, too, \s the
opinion ot many leading statesmen
and thinkers ot the day.
Such premises being granted lt Is
evident that a vast sum must be spent
to secure the Invincible condition, not
alone of England, but of the empire
at large. This has been done so far
by the old land alone, but it is well
nigh impossible for her to do this
any longer. Nor do the overseas
dominions ask or expect such a thing.
"What they ask is to he allowed to
bear a fair proportion of the cost of
defence, and therewith to share the
privilege of enjoying a voice in tho
vital que_tl:ns o!' defence and gener. 1
government of the empire. Thli
would create a \ital unity of such
potency as t'> nn'u it virtually im j
possible for any i ower or two powers
to attemj.t, to disturb the peace.
REV.  ROBERT LENNIE,
Secretary
to    the    Bo^rd qf   School
Trustees.        ;
G. Kennedy,   Ed. Goulet,
.    President. Secretary.
Sir Edward Grey Makes
Great Speech On Peace
(Continued from Page One.) '>.
I hope, ebbing, 1 can conceive but one
thing wliich will really affect the military and naval expenditure of tjie
world on the wholesale scale on which
it must be affected lf there ls to be a
real and sure relief. You will not get
it until nations do what. Individuals
have done���come to regard an ap-
peal to force, (Cheers). Public opinion has moved; the number of arbitrators has been Increasing; bul you
niiiKt take a large step further before
the increase of arbitration will really
affect this increase of expenditure on
armaments, l should perhaps have,
thought that l was not spending the
time of tlie house in asking them to
look to arbitration as something
'Which could really touch this great
expenditure had i' not been that, twice
within the last twelve months, once in
March and again in December, thc
president of the United States has
sketched out. a step in advance In arbitration more momentous than anything that any practical statesman in
his position has ventured to say before, pregnant with very far-reaching
conseouenoes.    (Cheers).
President Taft's Proposals.
I should  like to quote   two   statements by the president  of the United
States.   Here is the llrst:    "Personally I do not see any reason why matters of national honor should not be
referred  to courts of   arbitration   as
matters of private or national  property are.    I  know that  is going further than most men are willing to go.
but I do not  see why   quest Inns   of
lonor should not. he submitted to tribunals composed of men of honor who
imderstand     questions     of    national
honor,  to abide  by  that  decision as
well as in other questions of difference arising between nations."
Mr.. Remnant���Does he  propose to
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.*,.*.*>*.:.*>***.. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWS*
SPORTING NEWS
'    UN STEVENS IS GIVEN
WHITEWASHING BY AM.
Without  Notifying Accuser    of    Proceedings, Amateur Body Returns
Verdict of "Not Proven."
EXPERT WRITES
ON BASKETBALL
DR. J. E. RAYCROFT TELL8 OF ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF
POPULAR SPORT���GIRLS INVENTED   DRIBBLE.
(By Robert A. Wilson.)
Amateurism is- truly in-a bad way
In this part of the Dominion, when
the B. C. A. A. U., taken to task over
a question which involves the right
of the subject, coolly turns down the
whole thing and give out a statement "that the Westminster sports
writer having produced no evidence
in proof of his statement that Len
Stevens, the B. C. featherweight
champion, had boxed professionally in
the old country, this boxer be reinstated."
As this statement is directed to
me, I feel that the officials are going
ahout the matter In a babyish manner. I offered to give the fullest information to the A. A. V.j but so far
have not been approached by that
body.
Now, however, that the ruling body i
has taken this action, this unsportsmanlike action, I may say, I am going
full steam ahead and will show these
people where they have erred. Stevens
(or Stephens) represents the V. A. C. 	
tonight against Seattle, and It would  for thelr development and wide popu"
be  well that the Americans  had the, ia; ity.
fullest proof of Len's   status   as an'    ���- '���   ������  -'-
amateur before permitting him to appear against their chosen.
(By Joseph E. Raycroft, Chairman
Collegiate Basketball Rules Committee.)
Basketball belongs to the large family of games tbat have been Invented to satisfy the need for team competition ln which large numbers of
relatively untrained^ people could take
part. Most of these have had little vitality and have failed to achieve any
great influence or gain any wide popularity. Most of our standard games
are the result of evolution and have
developed because they possessed to
a greater or less extent those qualities
that appeal strongly to the play or the
fighting Instincts. The demands for
special skill and strategy that are
made upon the players of baseball
and football are great factors in the
real pleasure and interest that attaches to the playing of these games
and are in large measure responsible
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Real
Basketball was invented ln 1891 by
Dr. James A. Naismith, now a member
of the Collegiate basketball rules
committee, when he was an instructor at the Y. M. C. A. Training school
at Springfield, Mass. It was designed for use indoors by active, sturdy
men during the winter, when in this
latitude it is impossible to play the
ordinary outdoor games. It Jumped
Into popularity almost at once���at
first among the members of the Y. M.
C. A.'s and later among the students
 ._^^^^H 1 in schools for both boys and girls
te   Men  Willing    to    Meet Game Simple at  Frst.
r-Clty Billiard Team. I     In   the   beginning   basketball
CHALLENGE ACCEPTED.
Estate
Inter-City
Real estate billiard
was
nt-m esiaie nnuaru    players    nave   simple in its'plan "and its technique.
not permitted the sweeping challenge   u  was designed  to be played by as
which      was    Issued    tbrough      tbe
columns of this paper to lie long unanswered.    Yesterday E. A. Paige, of
the Daily News, was authorized to act
_^^^^^^^^^ played by as
many as could occupy the playing
space, nine players and upwards on
eacli   side.    The  rules  were   simple,
as  stakeholder for the    real    estate   ff*_&^ere'oiff6'____tVff^
team for any sum up to $500 a side,     er    since th.R ���mJ1      .    ,       ,. m'
ffi. SA2 T S?S��   T* E?��Sd IndoorHhe'e^SCud
that the   nter-city four would contest ,)eraon:ll contact ,n , woufda���
against  the opposing    players    from 81llt  _ lnJury to th* ,,,.?_��   it wm
the real estate men   of Westminster, made illegJal f0 runl with thl���*all   *nd
and allow one game to go by default, therefore,   tackling   was   unnecesaarV
n other  words give 200 points start and wa8 prohibited unnecessaiV
in       I   I i ii        taw.ii .I'll,.       ..,.11 I.,,..        . ... .1        .>.....��   *
to the men  who sell, buy and mortgage lots.
The ball used was an ordinary association football. It might be passed
or batted in any direction;   it might
ning three games out of five.
HOLY  TRINITY  BOYS
8TAKT CRICKET CLUB
New Westminster cricket took another forward step last night when
the boys of Holy Trinity cathedral
organized themselves, electing the
following officers:
Hon. president, Canon d'Easum;
honorary vice-president. Rev. G. A.
Ray;   president,    Leonard    d'Easum,
vice-president,    W. Hood;    secretary	
John D. de Pencier; treasurer, Charles   ed right and left wings, a center and
the ball was thrown into and stayed
ln the goal, which in the early days
was a peachbasket fastened on the
wall or gallery ten feet from the
door. If either side made three consecutive fouls a goal was counted for
the opponent, unless they had made u
foul in the meantime.
Reduce Number of Playerc.
It soon became apparent, that too
many players In a game hindered tho
development of teamwork, so very
early the number of players on a team
was reluced to nine���home or center forward, two other forwards call-
T. Dawe; captain and coach. W. K
Blrks; committee, D. Taylor, W.
Myers, M. Dockrill, J. C. de Pencier
and K. M. Phillips.
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two side centers, a goalkeeper and
two guards. A little later, about 1894,
the number of players on the team
was determined by the area of the
floor on which the game was played.
On a floor 1800 feet square or less In
area five men constituted a team;
3000 square feet or less, seven, and
over 3600, nine. After a year or so
this finally was reduced to the present number of flve.
For the first year or two, in start-
Max Dill, the famous German come
dlan, late of Kolb nnd  Dill, will   be ing the game, the men were lined up
seen in  "Dream City" at  the   Opera at the opposite ends, of the field and
house  on   Thursday.    Dill   comes  dl- rushel for the ball when It was to^s-
rect from his 100 nights engagement ed Into the middle of the floor by the
in San Francisco, and will appear with official.   This was modified in 181)4 so
tlie same all-star cast  ln  auppott as that the ball was tossed In the middle
characterized       that      engagement of the field and had to be touched by
Unique among Teutonic funsters, tlie a center man to make the play legal
corpulent Dill Is easily at the top of
his class. Ills Individual comedy
methods defy imitation, and he li. s an
enviable record as a creator of merri
ment   among  the nation's  comedians.
The length of the halves was the
same as at present, twenty minutes.
Tlie ball went to the first man touching It out of bounds, which ls tho
same  as  the  present   Intercollegiate
rule. Instead of the three foul rule,
free throws were awarded for fouls
committed by tackling or holding an
opponent. The diameter of the goal
ring was increased from 15 to 18
inches, and the specifications of the
ball were made practically the same
as in the present codes.
Girls Invented Dribble.
It seems that the girls invented the
"dribble," for they found that under
the above modification of the original
rules lt was possible to make progress
toward the goal by repeatedly bouncing the ball on the floor. This practice was carried to such an extent
that it was found necessary to limit
the number of consecutive bounces
to three, a restriction that still exists
In a modified form ln the present A.
A. U.,code,
Rapid Gnowth -lsharked. .
It is doubtful,!! the history oj sa���-~-
contains an example of more rapid
growth than that shown by basketball during the first two or three
years of Its existence. Even the
growth of baseball ln the year immediately following tne civil war was
second to this, lt appeared in Canada and the far west in 1892-93 and
was introduced into Germany by Dr.
Schmidt, who saw it played ln the
Olympic games at the St. Louis exposition ln 1904.
Teams sprang up as if by magic.
They were organized ln clubs, schools,
colleges, and Y. M. C. A.'s In fact,
ln the latter organizations the game
became bo i opular tbat it threatened
to monopolize the gymnasium to the
exclusion of other forms of work, so
that it was necessary In many places
to impose rigid restrictions upon the
game and even to forbid it altogether.
Many leagues were formed, composed
of Y. M. C. A. athletic clubs and town
teams, and during the last ten years
the game has become popular among
the colleges and universities.
Colleges Adopt the Game.
The Intercollegiate Basketball association, composed of Yale, Columbia,
Harvard, Princeton and Cornell, was
formed in 1901-1902. The Western intercollegiate Basketball association
was formed among members of the
conference colleges in 1905.
There are few e.lucatlonal Institutions, settlements, playgrounds, Y.
M. C. A.'s, or athletic organizations
of any sort ln the country that are not
represented by one or more basketball teams. It would be remarkable if
a game could experience such a rapid
growth as this, and be p'ayed by so
many different kinds of people under
widely varying conditions, indoors
and out. and not be subject to abuses.
The history of the game demonstrates the wisdom of the inventor in
emphasizing the rules prohibiting personal contact ��� holding, tackling,
charging, and so on. The principal
danger in the development of the
game has been the increase in the
amount of roughness that has resulted from the failure on the part of
tliose in charire of tlie teams and of
the games to insist on the observance
of the spirit of the rules governing
personal contact.
Until the organization ot the Intercollegiate Basketball association, the
great majority of the games were'
played under the A. A. U. code, whicli
was developed by the Y. M. C. A. committee on rules. This body later became the A. A. U. committee.
The principal characteristic of the
A. A. U. code are provisions for one
! official from each side; the award of
points, under certain circumstances,
by tho official and control of the
game by .calling fouls instead of making rules so as to lessen the tendencies toward roughness. The results
of this code were unfair work by partisan officials, too great prominence ot
the official as a factor in the game,
and too frequent Interruptions of th3
game because of fouls.
Colleges Change the Code.
When the game was taken up seriously by the colleges these defects became very apparent and a natural reaction set ln against these conditions.
Games were rough, in many places resembling indoor football, and contests between colleges and teams
from from other groups were unsatisfactory to both sides.
The dangers and bad tendencies of
this situation were early recognized
by the collegiate basketball rules committee, and a strong movement has
been ln progress during the last few
years to counteract them. Personal
contact nnd rounghness are bound to
arise among men moving at top speed
in a restricted space unless the rules
are framed so as to minimize these
tendencies and unless the fundamental principles of the game. "Play the
pack nvm
I ball, not tbe man," ls kept constantly
I in mind.
I    Basketball makes no uncertain de-
1 mand on heart and lungs and on endurance generally. It develops alertness, self-control, skill, speed and
team work, and it brings into action
every part of the body. A good game
of basketball arouses interest and enthusiasm in both player and spectator. Its essential simplicity and the
small amount of Inexpensive apparatus needed, taken ln connection with
its other qualifications, make it one
of our most valuable competitive
games.
SHERIFF'S    SALE    OF    GASOLINE
LAUNCH.
Under and by virtue of a warrant,
of execution ta pie directed tjgaiustl
the goods' tad ^Mattels; (of- 8. H.
Temple, at the stilt of Massey, Tom-
linson tt Johnston, I have seized and
will sell at the slip, foot of Sixth
street, New Westminster, on Friday,
the seventh day of April, 1911, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon, one gasoline
launch, 30 feet long, 7 feet beam, fitted with canopy and glass front, with
12-horse power Meitz & Weiss engine,
life preservers, cushions and full
equipment.
Terms of sale, cash.
T. J. ARMSTRONG, Sheriff.
Port Mann
SNAP
Too Late To Classify
TO RENT���NEWLY FURNISHED
room for ope or two gentlemen.
Apply St. Mary's hospital, 87 St.
Mary's street.
Twenty acres close to town-
site, only $200 per acre; 1-4
cash, balance 6,12,18 months.
*;'*& Owner leaving tbis country, must
sell at a sacrifice.
x S, Daily News
TO RENT���TEN ROOMED HOUSE
on Columbia street, $50 per month.
Apply Dominion Trust Company.
Mineral Waters
Aerated Waters
Manufactured by
J. HENLEY
NEW WE8TMIN8TER, B. C.
Telephone R 113. Office:  Princess 81
Douglas
Road
(Old Hastings Road.)
BURNABY
:���>.:
HECTOR McCAIG, Manager.
One Night,
Thursday,
April 6
MAX DILL
(of Kolb & Dill), and Company of
Forty People in
Dream City
A Bis Musical Show
Prices $1.50, $1.00,  75c.
Comfortable Six- 1
Roomed House
on one and one-half acres of cultivated land, all cleared but one-quarter
of an acre, fenced, and TO fruit bearing trees. Situated between Douglas
Road and Burnaby Lake, and adjoins
B. C. Electric Railway new line.
Price $5000
Cash one-third, balance 6, 12 and 18
months at " per cent.
Exclusively
Sherriff, Rose & Co'y.
650 Columbia Street.
'Phone 832. (Above The Fair.)
or Sale
Some of the Girls with Max Dill ln  "Dream City," at the Opera House On   Thursday evening, April 6.
6-Roomed Modern House, corner
13th street, and 10th avenue,
$2,500; $400 cash, balance to
arrange.
-EXCLUSIVELY BY���
McQuarrie Bros.
Note new address,  622  Columbia Street
The New Westminster City Specialists
Clothes.
-%   Little BUT Important
are the TRIFLES that make Fashion-
Graft clothes always a success.
Heavy padded shoulders as featured
by molt Ready-to-Wear Shops are
here conspicuous by their absence,
and natural formed shoulders as
shown in the highest grade English
or American models take their place.
This is but one of the many TRIFLES
that place Fashion-Craft in a class of
its own.
ASK TO SEE SOME OTHERS
Suits $15.00 to $35.00.
A. S. MILLS & CO.
517 Columbia St.   The Store of Fashion-Craft
J PAOI SIX.
THE DAILY NEWS.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911.
THE  CORPORATION  OF  THE   DIS-
TRICT OF BURNABY.
By-law No.
terest to the City and deliver over to
the City its deeds and documents ot
A By-law to authorize the Corporation, title thereto.
of the District of Burnaby to enter j    g     jf at any future time the City
District will forthwith make, execute .sum of three hundred and fifty thou-
and deliver good aud sufficient con-! sand ($350,000.00) dollars to order to
veyancea of such rights, title and In- install an adequate system-
into and  execute    an    agreement
with the  Corporation of the City
of Vancouver.
Wheroas it   is   expedient   that   a
shall decide to change its Intake to
any other point on Seymour Creek
and to carry Its system to that point
in order to obtain an higher elevation
And whereas lt will be necessary Mr tbe purpose aforesaid that
the municipality should raise by way
of debentures a loan of three hundred
and fifty thousand ($350,000.00) dollars to be payable on the 17th day ot
April, A. D., 1951, with Interest in
the meantime, payable at the rate of
*\*_ per cent per annum, such loan
when raised to be applied for the pur-
A. O. Moore haa been appointed   re- will be necessary to levy.a special an-' sum of flve thousand two hundred and
turning officer to take the vote of
such electors, with tbe usual powers
ln that behalf.
By order of tbe Council.
J. W. WEART, Reeve.
WM.  GRIFFITHS,  Olerk.
nual rate sufficient to raise the sum
of twenty-seven thousand seven hundred and sixty-two ($27,762.00) dollars, the amount to be calculated an-
sixty-two ($5,162.00) dollars for the
purpose of forming a sinking fund for
the payment of the said debentures
and the sum of twenty-two thousand
CORPORATION  OF THE   DI8TRICT
OF BURNABY.
nually on the whole of the rateable flve hundred  ($22,500.00)  dollars for
land comprised   within   tbe   Munici- j the payment of the interest at tbe rate
' pallty. aforesaid to become due on such de-
general system of water supply should j the District shall contribute pro rata
be provided throughout the municipal- ��� itB sha.e of the cosi. of such change
ity and a by-law to raise the sum   of! and carrying    said    .ystem   to such j pose aforesaid;
$335,000.00 for    that purpose Is now ro|nt and of the maintenance of same, |    And    whereas    for    the    payment
being submitted to the electors. | by paving annually to the City a part: 0f tlie debentures,  sinking fund and
Now therefore the Municipal Coun- or [/0rti?n of -he interest and sinking ! interest, it will be necessary to raise
cil of the Corporation of the District fun,i the City shall have to pay upon ; the sum of nineteen thousand, four
of Burnaby, enacts as follows: j bonds, debentures or registered stocit; hundred   and   thirty-four   ($19,434.00)
1 It shall be lawful for the Reeve' created, made or Issued for the pur-1 dollars by special rate in each and
and Clerk of the Municipal Council o' ))0se of paying or providing for such  every year;
the Corporation of the District of COHt and of all sums which the City | A;ld Wj,ereas for the purpose of
Burnaby for the purpose aforesaid to Bhall have to pay for thc maintenance ralslng the said yearly sum of nine-
enter into and execute an agreement or 81lch changed system, which said teen thollsand four hundred and thir-
with the Corporation of the City of part 0r portion shall be determined In tv.four ($19,434.00) dollars an equal
Vancouver for the supply of water | tlje same manner as the snid $7000.00 gperial rate on the dollar will be re-
upon the terms and conditions in the was arrived at. quired;
said agreement contained, which is in      ,>     ,n ca8e ,he 8Upply of water at
the words and figures following: I t))e ga,d inta\,e on    Seymour   Creek
Memorandum  of  agreement    made ghal, at any tlme l)e ciec-reased so that
this day of . in the year there gha��� be Ie88 than three thous        _ _
of Our Lord one thousand nine hun- and (3()00) lnches, which can he car- dred ftnd e|ghtJ..g|x thousand, eight
dred and eleven, between I r)ed through the pipes and system of  hundred and ninety-flve  ($10,486,895)
The City of Vancouver hereinafter <he c(ty   then ,��� guci, case the said  dollarg.
called the "City" of the one part and hundred and fifty (250) inches ot '    . th      toH,    existing
The Corporation of the District   of       t      ,    h    iUppHed to the District      And    ����'.i<a���    tll(     ,0'"
And whereas, the whole rateable property of the Municipality according to the last revised assessment roll ls ten millions, four   nun-
Be it   therefore   enacted   by   the'bentures during the cunency thereof,
Reeve and  Council of the said  Cor- j the said special rate to be ln adtitim.
poratlon of the District of Burnaby in ��� to all other rates to be levied and
By-law No. open Council assembled as follows:      | collected ln the said Municipality dur-
1. It shall be lawful for the Reeve and  ing the currency of the   said   deben-
A By-law to enable the Corporation of Clerk of the Council for the purposes  tures or any of tbem.
the District of Burnaby to raise by aforesaid to borrow or raise by way 5 This by-law shall take effect 0.1
way of loan the sum of $500,000.00 of loan from any person or body o. and after the 17th day of April I'm
for Street Purposes. 1 bodies corporate who may be willing,    c    _,..   . , _._, _,_���    .      ,..','   .,*
Whereas It Is necessary and ex-J to advance the same upon the credit' v*L���***t��r���* 5Uft_5_2
pedlent that the Council of the said of the debentures hereinafter men-,5S2f��^tiiM��Sfw^SllP9���*
Corporation be authorized to borrow tlonei a sum not exceeding $500,000.00 j me��l ueDe��ture By law uil
the sum of $500,000.00 to provide for and to cause tbe same to be placed Done and Passed by the Council In
improving certain roads within tha i in the Royal Bank cf Canada at tho ��i>^ meeting on the third day of
limits of the Municipality. j City  of  New    Westminster,    British  APriI' 1911-
And whereas an approximate esti-1 Columbia, to the credit of the said | Recelvei the assent of the electors
mate of the amount required for the' Corporation for the purposes and wltb at an election for the purpose on the
various roads has been made by the  the objects above  set  forth  and  to day of , 1911.
Council as follows: 'Issue  any  number  of debentures  of      Reconsidered and finally adopted by
LOCATION.
Bu^T55ST��rthesis. ���,;��a-K-ta���^���n ��� SS^^S^SK^ :
'Uf^fcYty^ a record   * ' ^^JMUS ��&�� ffSSSSSIS   S " - ~    ' "      ' "  '  - '
fourteen  hundred   (1400)    Inches    of ��� than one-twelfth (1-12)   of   ^������_^S^tSStJS^.^^*&  W- Cariboo  Road   .... Tenth Ave. (City) to Johnston Road. .1.17
No.        ROAD,
1. Boundary Road   ...Fraser River to Burrard Inlet 6.20
2. Patterson Road  ...North Arm Road to Moscrop Road . 1.63
3. South Road   Fraser River to Patterson Road  2.25
4. Gulchon Road Vancouver Road to Moscrop Road ...0.70
5. Royal Oak Road  .. Byrne Road to N. of D. L. 74 2.00
Byrne Road  Fraser River to North Arm Road 1.00
Power House Road North Arm Road to Vancouver Roadl.10
Pole Line Road  .. .Vancouver Road to Inlet  4.00
Cumberland Road . Tenth Ave. (City) to Burnaby Lake. 0.40
Length���Miles. Estimated Cost.
Old. New. Clearing. Grading. Rocking. Total.
which
rest Is in
Hiuiiecu   uuuu.cu   *"���"".     ------     -    more man owiwouvu  \a-..,    ��.    *..*. , nsRessmpnts   of
water on Seymour Creek and has   a ,   of water at sald intake during acts   ratesor �������*����������*
system of water supply now in use _���{.{,��tlmeg ag guch  suppiy shall be  none of the principal m mt...
from the intake at an   elevation   of s0 decreased.
four hundred and sixty (460) feet;      |    J()    The DIgtl.lct ghnn pay and in-
And whereas   the   District   haa a    femn      and save ,mrmlegg the City
water record of two hundred and fifty {nst ������ and any clalmg|
(250) inches on Seymour Creek afore- cos        damage8    0r   expenses
said and holds an interest in certain fc ghal, Rt any Ume be pald
lands at or near the intake above re-      ffered or 8UBtained by the City 	
ferred to; lmade or claimed against the City by   ��jjj "to"borrow or raTse by" way   of
0.14
0.72
0.20
2.20
0.30
0.85
0.75
0.93
11. Road between D.L.
And wfcereas certain other munici- reason of any accident,   injuries   or  ]oan fr
142 and 143  Johnston Road to Centre D. L. 209   1.25
arrears. .,,,,,,., 12. North  Road    Hamilton Road to Inlet 2.25 ....
Now, therefore the Municipal Coun- u  Queeng Avenue       Northern Avenue to Inlet     2.43
cil of the Corporation of the District  14   DeUa Avenue  Nicholson Road to Yale Street  0.60 1.40
of Burnaby enacts as follows: 11B  Cambrldge Street  .Ingleton Avenue to Queens Avenue  0.75
1.    It    shall    be    lawful    for   the  16   Barnet Road  Boundary Road East 4.00 ....
,  ��i,..ii  ...  anv time b�� paid or   Reeve ,and ,Cle^k   of }.he   rJfc^ffi.W. Douglas Road  Boundary to Still Creek Hill  3.00 ....
Jnr sustained ?y the City %  C?"nc ' o0f t"e Corporation of the Dis- j lg  Johngton Road N   lh Ryad t    Do    ,M Road  , 30
,,. n,   h..M.nncd i.> i��>        trict of Burnaby for the purpose afore- 19. Northern Avenue   .Boundary Road to Royal Oak Road   1.56
"     " ""    "    ""    "   20. Gunn Road   North Road to Bainbridge Road   3.00 	
install an extra thirty (30) inch main or ln any other manner
three    hundred   and   fifty   thousand
for Its own needs and has been   re- other klnd  whatsoever by reason of   ,��o5000000)  dollars for anv sum of Wn' * Ta?"". ���"'lt ?"" :���TV?  tew~" Z'~.~\ A'cA
quested by the District to , Increase Ule gal, eighteen U8) Inch submerged  STot\et^ln^,\ T ��'& S'sfrS" "'.llSgi & SS �� SSSSS.^ i \ I \ S
to Cariboo Road     1.50
26. Seventh Ave North Arm Road to Block D.D.L. 29     121
0.90
the,
such main to a diametar of   thirty- main and shore connections   or
four  (34)  inches in ordet
water to the said District; the changing or removing of same to  g'^J^ and  Ire)and  .,,
(250)
^MJHSLtSS.u �����w*^^^��!2.1^^^  " M ������"""
a   value   of
And whereas the City has agreed to any such" bridge or the existence of  ����� t"0"the" pmmd aterSng' aTmay %' ^"ennRd��RadRoad'
 ,.. . *.���..Arr*A ,,���,l    fittv     2501   oomo aMmr siihmertrei   or upon such   7.     ,,s ......   .'.    ,.    L   Jl, . '   *-��� trflmondS Koad
..Edmonds Road to City Limits  0.70 ....
 Vancouver Road to Douglas Roa d... 0.40 ���
supply two hundred and   fifty    (250)  same either stibmerged or upon such  ^Sk^TsSTS SSTSsSSSs g STeth^sf ���������"TStr^��^aS)Mt?l��Tl!.d ���'?:" ^
inches of water to the District upon bridge and if the City��� ahaU _.t_��y   ,���.��� be gigned ���y the Reeve of the 33. Twe^th   St. TJnthAve3^^o Mara Road ..... 0.65
.Douglas  Road to Inlet    0.12 1.38
>-rne Road to North Arm Road   0.88
the terms hereinafter stated: time be called upon or compelled to
Now therefore lt ls a. reed between
the parties hereto as follows:
1    The Citv, as soon as lt reason- same forthwith from the District,
ably can and 'lawfully may, wlll bring      11.    The City shall    proceed   with
time be called upon or compelled to  ��Jc ��-   " f   ^e DUtHcIof B,^  ^ S^Sr^ Do
pay any such claims, loss, costs, dam- J  countersigned by the Clerk.  ||{' $ S, ^d 5��
terest   at   tl.e rate   of four and one-
half (4^  p. c.) per cent per annum
$12,000 $22,000 $10,000 $ 22,000 ft cost
4,000 6,000 10,000
2,000 6,000 8,000
1,200 3,800 6,000
10,000 13,000 23,000
500 4,500 .           6,000
1,900 4,100 6,000
9,000 15,000 24,000
2,000 4,500 6,500
5,000 11,000 16,000
4,000 6,600 9,500
4,000 12,000 8,000 ft cost
8,000 9,000 17,000
6,600 7,500 13,000
2,000 3,500 5,600
7,500 9,500 8,000     25,000
7,000 16,000 17,000     40,000
8,000 17,000 25,000
6,000 6,000 11,000
6,000 10,000 16,000
3,200 4,300 7,500
3,500 5,500 9,000
5,500 6,500 12,000
4,500 7,500 6,000 ft cost
3,500 6,500 9,000
3,800 5,200 9,000
3,400 &.U2Q 8,500
200 3,500 4,300       8,000
  600 4,000       4,600
  1,000 6,000       6,000
  1,800 1,800
  1,000 6,500       7,500
2,000 3,000 6,000
5,000 7,000 ���                 12,000
4,500 7,500 12,000
600 3,400 4.000
2,750
down two hundred and    ;ifty    i'M)  reasonable despatch to obtain the con- ���   ha,'        ,   Q.   U)e .     Qf
inches of water for the exclusive use sent of the  Dominion  of Canada or . ^       day Qf JJJ
of the  District  from  the  intake on such department of the Government  each ey duriig the cur-
Seymour Creek to the north shore of of the Dominion of Canada or sue sajd debent^6 or any
Burrard   Inlet  and  will   provide  and other authority or authorities as shall bg
lay an eighteen (18) Inch submerged  be requisite or necessary for the pur-
main across the Burrard Inlet Second pose of providing and    laying    such
Narrow* wfth  all  shore  connections submerged main and   shore   connec-
complete to couple with the distribu- tions and in case such consent shall
tion  service  to   be  installed   by  the  be refused or shall not be    granted,
District. then  this agreement  and all    terms
each of the debentures coupons signed by the Reeve and Clark for each
and every payment of interest that
may become due and such signature
may    be    either    written,    stamped,
2.    The  said  eighteen    (18)    inch and conditions hereof except as to the  Printed or lithographed
submerged main and shore connection  terms and conditions ln regard to the
4.     The    said    dehentures    as    to
37. River Road    Grading and filling ln Woollard Bridge
38. River Road  Steel bridge In   place   of   Boundary
Road No. 1 bridge   7,500
39. North   Road    Brunette River to Hamilton Road                                                         6,000 6,000
Contingencies   .'  45,360
Costs incidental to this by-law und raising loan, together with disc; unt on bonds   21,000
Total 44.64 26.89 $144,300 $254,300    $60,800 $500,000
shall be for the excluslte use of the   citv  furnishing water to the District   Principal   and   Interest   shall   he   pa.
District.    The "'   " '  ^ ' ' ""
tto���'an*4 aTleplua   'thevlto^when  aP^end. "*" "* """ *""* ^ ���"?!& the ^ty "ot I^t^. Engiand.^r"^ 1 in d'thi'aum of"twont"y "iwo thoisa'n'd! the pound sterling, said debentures t3   which  the  vote of the
iv  vs**.iiir,**if.   use  ul   iue   *_ii.y   nn ui^nin.     wilier   iu   ine   uisiiici,    - ��� .      ....
maintenance    ot  such  through tho nine (9) Inch pipe already   able ut any branch of the Royal Bank   ���.....���..._.������...._..���.-...��� :,.,���,   irpl;jnH   Slt  a vai-p of 1486%  to  coov  of  the  nronosed
.In and    shore    connec-  available shall be null and void and  of Canada, in Canada, or their agents | sixty two  ($6,262.00)  dollars principal | and  Ireland, at a \a_ie 01^.��D% to  copy^ 01   me  proposed
necessary are to be provided and 12. All of the said eighteen (18)l8Uch Place or places as the Reeve and
made, by the City at the expense o; inch submerged muln, short connec- \ Col'ncll of the said Municipality may
the District which wlll pay the City tions, interchange connections, valves from tlmc to ,lme appoint with the
the coat of any such repairs and an.l other connections referred to ln approval of the holders thereof and
maintenance when provided or made.  thtr. agreement   shall  he  and  remain  "s   to principal   the   dehentures   shall
3.   The estimated cost of said eigh-  the property of the City. ! be made payable at the end of tort
teen (18) inch main and shore connection and providing and laying same
Is eighteen thousand ($18,000) dollars and the City will pay the cost of
such main an:l shore connections and
providing and laying same up to and
And whereas it 13 necsssary to the said Corporation to the sum of the Council, signe I by the Reeve and
raise the moneys required to defray $500,000.00 in the whole ln accord- Clerk and sealed with the Corporate
the above expenditure upon the credit! anee with    the    "Municipal    Clauses  Seal all on the day of
of the Municipality I Act" in sumB as may be required not  1911.
And  whereas  It  will  be  necessary! less than $500.00 each, or an equlval-| Clerk. Reeve.
to raise annuallv bv special rate the! ent expressed  in  pounds sterling of, 	
sum of five thousand two hundred and  the United Kingdom of Great Britain'    Take noUce that the above ls a true
������-���-**���      ' ���    by-law    upon
Municipality
In witness whereof the parties ,40) -vears at tlle farthest from the
hereto have aused these presents to da-v hereinafter mentioned for this by
be signed hy their proper officers in,ld��� * ,Jake e. e.ct\
that behalf and their corporate seals
to he affixed.
Signed, seaied and delivered in the
not  exceeding  the  sum  of  eighteen presence of
thousand ($18,000) dollars, but i. such      2.   This by-law shall befoie the final
cost exceeds eighteen thousand  ($18,- passing thereof receive the assent of
000) dollars any such cost In excess  the electors entitled to vote on money 1 ($3884.00) dollars for the purpose   of
ti. There shall he raise I and levied
annually by a special rata sufficient' ity according to the last revised
therefor on all the rateable land or
improvements on leil property in th^
municipality the sum of toree thousand    six    hundred    and    eighty-four
by-laws. I forming  a  sinking fund  for the pay
3. This by-law shall take effect on meI" of ,lie sal(1 debentures and the
and after the 17th dav of April, A.D. s,lm of fifteen thousand seven hun-
1911, j dred and fifty ($16,760.00) dollars lor
4. This by-law may he cited for all  lhe Payment of interest at the   ratu
of eighteen thousand ($l8,m()) dollars
shall he paid by the District.
4. When and as often as an accident at any time occurs to tho
eighteen (18) inch irain or shore connections so as to deprive the District
of its water supply the Ci'y shall with  Waterworks System By-law 1911."        , bentures during the currency thereof I     .iid whereas to provide "for the pay       4.   There shall he raised and levied
purposes   as   the   "Burnaby   General  aforesaid to become due on such de-  the principal or interest is in arrears,  interest
reasonable diligence make connection
with the City service until repairs to
the eighteen (18) inch main are completed and the City undertakes to install valves and connections witli the
City service to meet such contingencies and the District shall pay to the
Done and passed by the Council In the said special rate lo he iu addition ment of interest and the cre-ition of annually by a speciil rate sufficient
open meeting on the third day of ,0 al1 other ra,es to be leviei and a sinking fund for the pavment of the therefor on all rateable land within
April, 1911. 1 collected in the said municipality dur-  said   principal   sum   of  $600,000.00  it  the limits of the said Munlcipalitv the
Received the assent of the electors  lnS ,he currency of the said    dphpn.'-__
at an election for the purpose on the  tures of any of them
five hundred ($22,500.) dollars inter-; he sealed with tlie corporate seal and will be taken on Saturday, the 16th
est making together a total amount to be signed hy the Reeve and Clerk, day of April, 1911, between, 9 o'clocic
annually of twenty seven thousand' 2. The debentures shall bear in- a.m. until 7 o'clock p.m., at the polling
seven hundred and sixty two ($27,762)   terest  at a  rate  not exceeding    four  places:
dollars for the term    of   forty    (40)  and one half (4%) per centum per an-      The Municipal Hall, Edmonds,
years for the repayment of the said  num, payable half-yearly on the |
loan and interest thereon as herein-  day of and tbe day ol
after mentioned. > , respectively, in  each and
And whereas the net value of tho  every year during the currency of tho
whole rateable land in the Municipal-  said debentures or any of them. I
as-1     3.    The said debentures as to prin-1
ses'sment roll amounts to ten million  cipal and interest shall be payable at
four hundred and eighty sK thousand  any branch of the Royal Bank of Can-1
eight  hundred and ninety five  ($10,-  a.'a in Canada, or their ii gents in the Street East.
486,895.00)   dollars. j City of London, England, and as    to'    Public notice Is hereby given that
And whereas the total existing d-v   principal the debentures shall be made  the vote of the electors of the District
hentnre debt of the    Municipality    Is   payahle at the end of forty (40) years of Burnaby will be taken on the above
two hundred and eighty four    thous-  at the farthest from the day herein-  mentioned by-law at the    time    and
and   1 $284,000.00)  dollars, exclusive or   after   mentioned   for   this   by-law   to  place above mentioned, and that A. G.
local improvement, secured by special   take  nfTect  and   shall   have  coupons  Moore  has been appointed returning
rules or assessments of whicli none of  attached to them for the payment 0.'  officer to take the vote of such electors,  with  the usual  powers  in that
behalf.
By order of the Council.
J. W. WEART, Reeve.
WM. GRIFFITHS,  Clerk.
Agricultural Hall, Central Park,     i
Lake' View School, Burnaby Lake.
Barnet School, Barnet.
Mrs.   Cobban's  House,   Burquitlam.
Dundonald School, North Arm Road.
Duthie School, Pole Line Road.
G. H. Leaf's Store, East Burnaby.
Mr.    Jas. Herd's   Office,'   Hastings
a
day of , A.D. 1911, j    ''���    It    shall he lawful for the Cor-
Reconsidered and finally adopted by  poratlon to purchase   from    time    to
City the cost of making such connec-  the Council, signed by the Reeve and  ,lme !in>' of ,he said debentures    at
Clerk, and sealed with the Corporate  slK''1 I'rlce or prices as shall be muni
tions, when made hy the City.
6. In case tlie water distribution
system of the District or any part
thereof shall he ready before the Citv
completes its enlarged system and
provides and lays such eighteen (18)
inch main and shore connections the
City will give th�� District such water
as the City can spare from its otlie,-
uses not exceeding two hundred and
fifty (250) inches from the nine (9)
inch pipe already available for that
purpose and for all such water s;i
given the District shall pay the City"
monthly cents per hundred
(100) cubic foot.
(i. Should a bridge be built at the
narrows above referred to with provision to carry all water pipes and
should it be found to the advantage of
tlie City to use the said bridge and
Seal on the
1911.
C. M,
day of
C.
A.D.
Reeve.
Take notice that the above is a true
copy of the proposed by-law upon
which the vote of the municipality
will be taken on Saturday, the 15th
day of April, 1911, between !t O'clocu
ly agreed upon, and all debentures
so repurchased sliall forthwith be
cancelled, and no re-issue of any debentures or debenture shall be made
In consequence of uny such repurchase.
7. This by-law shall before the
final passing thereof receive the assent of the electors entitled to vote
Sir Edward Grey Makes
Great Speech On Peace
(Continued from Page Four.)
sanction of parliament, and that, I believe, would be obtained.   (Cheers).
The Force of Public Opinion.
1 know thut to bring ahout changes
of this kind public opinion lias to rise
to a high plane, higher than it can
rise in ordinary times, higher than
some members opposite, 1 Imagine,
think it ever can  rise tc.     (Cheers,
a.m . until 7 o'clock p.m , at the polling  on money by-laws.
places:
The .Municipal Hall, Edmonds.
Agricultural Hall, Central Hark,
Lake View Scliool, liuinahy Lake.
Barnel School, Barnet.
Mrs. Cobban's House. Burquitlam.
Dundonald School, North Arm Road.
Duthie School, Pole Line Road.
G. H. Leaf's Store, Kast Burnaby.
Mr. .las.    Herd's   Office,    Hastings
to say that the effect on the world at
larj;e  of  the  example  would   he  one
that  would  be boun I to have benefl- and "No").   In ordinary times I dare-
cent consequences,   It is true that the say thut may be true, but times are
two nations might still be exposed to not ordinary,  with  this   expenditure,
attack b>  a thlul nation not In   tho and they will become still less ordl-
agreement,    I   think  It   would  proba- nary  as  this  expenditure   Increases.
bly  lend  10 their following it   up by The minds of men are working upon  JJjVaiMa inanotliei-"by 'tlie'fuct   tin
I an agreement thai  they  would   join this, and if you look back Into his- ��ne generation presses in that dlrec-
This by-law mav he cited for all   wlth e?ch, (,,,"(''' "' any c'"8e '" whk'" ,ory you ,lnd tllere do corae times at  Uon even though u fa���g to gtt ,    ,
ses    as    the    "Hnrnaby Water-  0,:c ��"'-v 'ia(' a <limrlel witli the third favorable moments when public opin-        f
the City should remove hs pipes from Stieet Kast.
the bed of the narrows then the City      Public notice is hereby given that
may remove said eighteen   (18)  inch the vote of the electors of the District
main  to said   hridge and  tho oat of of Uurnaby will he taken on the above  the Council, signed hy the Keeve and
S. This bylaw shall take effect on
and after the 17th dav of April, A.D.
1911
[1.
purpose
works Construction By-law 1911."
Done and passed by the Council in
open meeting on the third day of
April,  A.D.  1911.
Received the assent of the electors
at an election for the purpose on the
day of , A.D. 1911.
Reconsidered and finally adopted by
lery.
Sir E. Grey: The noble lord's interruption is one of repudiation of the
statement I have quoted to the house.
Earl Wlnteiton: What about Mexico?
Sir E. Grey: My attitude ls one ot
encouragement. (Cheers). And, even
lf our hopes may not be realized In
our lime, that Is no reason why we
should not press forward iu the direction in which we see a possible
means of relief. What is impossible
ln one generation may become possible in another.   It ls rendered moro
111   whicli  arbitration   wns   ro-  lon has risen to heights which a gen- -y^e Nations In Bondage.
The great nations of the world a*-a
removing the said eighteen  (18) Inch  mentioned  by-law at the    time    and
main an.l of making and instating ali
shore connections therewith and any
and all other consequential and in-
chlental costs and expenses entailed
thereby or ln connection therewith
shall be paid by the District to the
City upon being BUh.ered.or incurred
by the City. 1
7. The District shall pay to the
City as consideration for the fore-
goin:; rights and services from and
after the providing and laying of sail
eighteen (18) inch main and shore
connections an annual sum of seven
thousand ($7,000.00) dollars on the
day of in each year.
The Distiict shall moreover as part
of the consideration for this agreement convey to the City all its rights,
title and interest of, in, to, and oui
of the said water record of two hundred  and  fifty   (250) ..Inches on  Sev
nlace above mentioned, and that A. G.
Moore has been appointed returning
officer to take the vote of such electors, with tlie usual powers in that
hehalf.
By order of the Council.
J. W. WKAKT. Reeve.
WM. GRIFFITHS, Clerk.
power
fut:ed.    More and moie the tendency oration  previously would   have   been)
which Is growing iu the world to rec- thought impossible.    It was so when' ,
Ognl. e that war between  two   great public opinion abolished slavery, with "J bondage to their armies and navies
countries must not only be a serious all its veste 1 Interests.    (Cheers). It at   ,tne   P'e8��nt  moment���increasing
thing for them, hut must be a serious was especially difficult ln the United  bondage.   It does not seem to me lm-
thing for neutral powers through the States then.   I can imagine there may f��B8,l,,e  tn",ln  80me   fu^ur,f  y,ea'a
disturbance it causes, more and more liave heen, there must have been, oc- they   may   discover,   as   individuals
It would tend for nations to come to casions before the United States put J���* "������"*d/ _lal '"* '" ,tt   bfUel<
the conclusion sb hetween themseives an end to slavery when any person  remeay tnan iorce and that, In ail the
that they were not going to flght, but might have demonstrated that public H^*?*L?*V,! iSS S* bon^age ,t0
that it. was their interest to join to- opinion  in the United   States   could this tremendous expenditure the prls-
gether to keep the peace of the world, never rise to that height.   But it did, �����.do%.ha8 bee?, '<��*��* ��,n the   'a-
  The  Consent  of   Parliament. and it- did it without counting the cost  *��*���   ^heers)     f you think that vis-
Take notice that  the above is    a'    I bave spoken of that because I do In treasure, ln blood, and In risk to lonary, and not In the region of prac-
true copy of the proposed by-law up-  not think  that a statement   of   that their   national   existence.
Clerk and  sealed with  the corporate
seal on the          day of , A.D.
1011.
C. M. C. Reeve.
(Cheers), tical politics, I reply that, at any rate,
on  v.l,ich tbo vote'of'the muni.-lpnlil'v   kind put forward hy ��� man m the posi    Ho I thlnkTt'Ts n^Tmposslble^ though  ^"^^Unite^States1 1ms "said
response.    (Cheers).    It Is a
will  he taken on Saturday the  16th   t'0" of the president   of the   Unite!   1 admit in a case of such  enormous
.       . ..       -  '        . ra.-.-..      .....       ...  ..I    I...   ���!���.,.     .llo*   tlm      VWlIIUUL
THE CORPORATION OF THE
TRICT OF BURNABY.
DIS-
By-Law No.
. Bv-law to enable the Municipality
of Burnaby to raise under the provisions of the "Mutiicipal Clauses
Act" the sum of three hundred and
fifty thousand ($350,000.00) dollrrs
for the purpose of constructing a
general system of Waterworks
throughout the Municipality.
Whereas    it    Is   expedient that,   a
day of April, 1911, between 9 o'clock
a.m. until 7 o'clock p.m., at the following places:
The  Municipal  Hall, Kdmonds.
Agricultural  Hall, Central  Park.
Lake View School. Burnaby Lake.
Barnet School, Barnet.
Mrs. Cobban's House, Burquitlam.
Dundonald School, North Arm Road.
Duthie School, Pole Line Road.
O. H. Leaf's Store, Kast Burnaby.
Mr. .las.    Herd's    Office
Street  Kast.
States  should   go  without   respons
(Loud   cheers).      Knteiing    Into   an
agreement of that kind  there  would
be great risks,    it would entail certain risk for us to refer anything   to sort of courage
diange progress may be slow, that the
public opinion of the world at large response not to proposals, because we
may insist   I? U Is fortunate enough ^""^^em ?. .bU   '* U
to find leaders who have courage, the ��� "������a��o\��j eld ea.     It Is at any
-ourage that has heen shown  ���tet the best we can do, and I bellevo
arbitration, and  as  the  president  of  in the utterances I have quoted to the g^^f^f'"���hI ZmZ   Z T"
the United States has said, we must  house upon  finding relief in this dl- f*   "^i  be^?he dutomps of   Z
he prepared to take certain risks and rectlon.    (Cheers.)    Some armies and ,,,^eSm���Xr tho L^d h,(m Ii���
to  make   some   sacrifice  of   national  the navies would remain, no doubt, but  fg^SSSf tt*TbStS^SjTffer'
pride.   When agreement of that kind,  they would remain then not In riva ry SK,^^^0^^^1?1^
so sweeping as It  Is, Is proposed to  with   each   other,  but  as  the  police eM.s "��  "as '" "�������" >'-v m'""��J. <!><��� ���<���
Hastings  us we shall be delighted to have such  of  the  world.    Some  hon.  members
a proposal.    1 Cheers).    But I should  say we should not live to see the day.
 ,....     .. Public notice is hereby given (hat  feel it was something so momentous I  dare  say   we   should   not    ("Why
motir Creek and all its interest in the  general system of water supply should the vote of the electors of the   Dis-  and   so  far-reaching  in  Its   possiblo not?"), but I think we shall live to see
lands at or near the intake above re-  be   provided   throughout   the   Munici- trict of Burnaby will be taken on the  consequences  that   it   would   require, some progress made.    (Cheers).
ferred to or otherwise upon or In the pallty, above mentioned by-law at the time not only the signature of both govern-      Earl Winterton  made an interrup-
watershed of tieymour c.e��k auu'-i./j     And whereas   lt   will require   tv nu .  , ..; <������ *i.u ���   . .                                ments, but the deliberate und decided tlon which was not audible ln the gal-
Some hon. members fl,6nsf. f, have ,ma(1e to the general
Idea that has been put forward on
the other side or the Atlantic ���
(cheers)���than I should have been
serving the purpose of hls motion by
a detailed examination of the estimates of the year. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1911.
THE DAILY NEWb.
PAOS SSVEN.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Margaret
Ethel Matthews, of San Jose, occupation widow, intends to apply for per
mission to purchase the following de
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Molly .McCla
rey, of Vancouver, occupation milliner, intends to apply for permission to
purchase    the    following    described
scribed lands: Commencing at a post! lands: Commencing at a post planted
planted on the west side of the Cheak-1 on the Pemberton Trail, 2ft miles
amus river and one mile north of north of Green Lake, thence north 80
Daisy Lake, thence west 40 chains, chains, thence east 80 chains, thence
thence north 160 chains, thence east| south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains
40 chains, thence south 100 chains i to point of commencement, being the
along tiie Cheakamus river to point of j southwest corner post, containlug C40
commencement, being southwest cor
ner post of lot applied for, containing
320 acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Margaret Ethel Matthews.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District.   Dis
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Kate Corey, of
Vancouver, occupation saleswoman,
intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted at the
south line of lot 107 on Summit Lake,
thence west 40 chains, thence south
80 chains, thence east 40 chains to
Summit Lake, thence north along the
lake to point of commencement, being
the northeast corner post of lot ap
plied for, containing 320 acres more or
less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Kate Corey.
February 20, 1911.
acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Molly McClarey.
February 20, 1911*
thence east 80 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 80 cbalns, thence
north 80 chains to tbe point ot commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
CLINTON P. McCORMICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February tf, lull.
i i
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Die-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dlr
Fita-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Reginald
gerald Sargent, of Vancouver, occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase tbe following de
scribed lands: Commencing at a post
planted at. the southwest corner oi
lot 2106, thence east 20 chains, thence
south GO chains, thence west GO
chains, thence north 10 chains, thence
east 40 chains, thence north 40 chains
to point of commencement, being the,
northwest corner post ot lot applied
for. containing 140 acres more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent.  Tor   Reginald   Fitzgerald   Sargent.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Mary Augusta
Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation mar
ried woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a po3t
planted on the Pemberton Trail ift
miles north of Green Lake, thence
west 80 chains, thence south 80 chains,
tlience east 80 chains, thence north
80 chains to point of commencement,
being northeast corner post of lot ap
plied for, containing 640 acres more or
less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Mary Augusta Bridge.
February 20, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Georgina A
Hopkins, of Vancouver, occupation
stenographer, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted at tbe southwest corner of
lot 2105 and thence north 40 chains
thence west 40 chains, thence south
40 chains, thence east 40 chains to
point of commencement, being southwest corner post -of lot applied for,
containing 160 acres, more or less.
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Georgina A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
I
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Samuel S.
Auss, of Vancouver, occupation broker,
intends to apply for permission to
purchase the following . described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about I ft miles north of T. L. lot
1970, and two miles west of Haslam
lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains to the point of
commencement, and containing 640
acres more or less.
SAMUEL S. AUSS.
By D. O'Hara, Agent
Dated February 17, 1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, John E.
Crawford, of Vancouver, occupation
station agent, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted about 2ft miles south of T. L.
lot 136$ and one mile east of Haslam
lake, thence east 80 chains, thenco
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains to the point
of commencement, and containing 640
acres in uie or less.
JOHN B). CRAWFORD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DIS-! of the electors of the said City in the i the
TRICT���District  of   New Westmln-  manner required by law.
day of
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Vernon V.
Rood, of Vancouver, occupation miner,
Intend to apply for permission to purchase tbe following described lauds
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles north of T. L. lot 916 on
the west shore of Haslam lake, thence
ster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Peter
C. Jensen, of Seattle, Wash., occupation broker, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles northwest of Haslam
Lake, thence west 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, to point ot
commencement, and containing 640
acres, more or less.
PETER C. JENSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY
,   OF NEW WESTMIN8TER.
By-law No.
A By-law to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City    of    New
Westminster to raise by loan the
sum of $20,000.00 for the purpose
of  purchasing site    and    erectirg
Stable required for Stabling of City
Horses.
Whereas it is necessary to purchase
a site and erect   a   stable   for   tho
stabling and care of horses belonglnj
to the Corporation and for the purposes aforesaid it will be necessary
to expend the sum of twenty thousand
dollars  ($20,000.00).
And whereas it appears that if the
said sum of $20,000.00 be appropriated
Received the assent of the electors
ou the        day of , 1911.
Reconsidered and finally passed   in
open council the day of
1911.
City Clerk. Mayor.
Take notice that the above is a true!
copy of the proposed    by-law    upon1
which the vote   of the   municipality
will be taken at the following places,
viz.:
The Council Chamber,   City   Hall
No. 4 Fire Hall
, 1911, and
may be cited as the "Storehouse Debenture By-law 1911."        '
8. This'by-1'aw before the final passing thereof shall receive the assent
of the electors of tlie said City in tna
manner required by law.
Received th��� assent of the electors
on the        day of ( 1911,
Reconsidered and finally passed ln
open council the
1U11.
day of
City Clerk.
Mayor.
Take notice that the above is a true
W.rr (1,11  Th.rtSeo.��n;.an<1 Na ,��Py    0f the    Proposed   by-law upon
,0"rejHd"'.Thirteenth Street; on the which the vote of   the
12th day of April, from 9 a.m. to 7
p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN,
City Clerk.
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITy
OF NEW WE8TMINSTER.
t
By-law No.
north 80 chains, thence west 80 chains, 	
thence south 80 chains, thence   ea3t'rrom [he general revenue~of the City
80 chains to the point of commence-1 f0r the current year, the rate of taxa-
ment, and containing 640 acres, more
or less.
VERNON V. ROOD,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dlv
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster,
TAKE NOTICE that Anna Maud
Dug gan, of Vancouver, occupation
widow, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following desci Ibed lands: Commencing at a post
planted on the Pemberton Trail lft
miles in a northerly direction from
Green Lake, thence north 80 chains,
thence east 40 chains, thence south 80
chains, thence west 40 chains to a
point of commencement, being south
west corner post of lot applied for,
containing 320 acres more ori ess
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Anna Maud Duggan.
February 20, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis
New Westminster Land District
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, William J
Dick, of North Vancouver, occupation
broker, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following described
lands: Commencing at a post planted
about one mile south of T. L. lot 1031
on the east shore of Lake Haslam,
tlience east 80 chains, thence north 80
chains, thence west 80 chains, thence
soutli 80 chains to the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres
more or less.
WILLIAM J. DICK,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I Carl
Wolf, of Vancouver, occupation broker
Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three  mile.s distant and in  a   north-
tion wlll be excessive, and it is expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided, and the said Bum
should be raised on the credit of the
Corporation, and that debentures
should be issued for that amount.
And whereas for the payment of Interest on the debentures proposed to
be issued under this by-law, and for
creating a sinking fund for the payment of the said debentuies when
due, it will be necessary to raise by
special rate in addition to all other
rates, each year duiing the currency
of the said dehentures, the sum    of
westerly direction from Haslam Lake,
thenre  west 80 chains, thence south j ten hundred and seventy-seven dollars
80   chains,   thence   east    80   chains,  and thirty-one cents ($1077.31).
thence north 80 chains to the point of      And whereas in order to raise the
commencement   and   containing    6401 said yearly sum of $1077.31 an equal
acres more or less. s;eclal rate on the dollar will be re-
CAR1> WOLF.    I (lulled  to  be levied on    the    whola
D. O'HARA, Agent.'��� rateable property of the City of New
February 17th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, C. O.
Svedmark, of Tulameen, occupation
mill owner, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
three miles distant, and in a northwesterly direction from Haslam Lake,
thence east 80 chains,'thence south
80   cliains,  thence   west    80   chains, i
Westminster
And   whereas  the  whole    rateable
property of the said City, according to( quired  to  be
the last revised assessment roll there-'
of, is seven million two hundred and
forty-nine thousand and  ten    dollars
($7,249,010.00).
And whereas the total amount o:
the existing debt of the said City is
one million six hundred and ssventeen
thousand one hundred dollars ($1,617,
100.00) irrespective of the sum of four
hundred   and   seventy-two   thousand
A By-law to enable the Council of the
Corporation of the City of New
Westminster to raise by loan   the
. sum of $15,000.00 for the purpose
\of erecting a Storehouse for the
���torage of Goods, Wares, Merchandise, Tools and other property
belonging to the Corporation.
Whereas it is necessary to erect a
storehouse for the storage of goods
wares, merchandise, tools and other
property belonging from time to time
to the Corporation; and for the purpose aforesaid lt wlll be necessary to
expend the sum of fifteen thousand
dollars ($15,000.00).
And whereas it appears that if the
said sum of $15,000.00 be appropriated
from the general revenue of the City
for the current year, the rate of taxation will be excessive, and it is expedient that such excessive taxation
should be avoided, and the said sum
should be raised on the credit of the
Corporation, and that debentures
should be issued for that amount.
And whereas for the payment of interest on the debentures proposed to
be issued under this by-law, and for
creating a sinking fund for the pav-
ment of the said debentures when i
due, lt will be necessary to raise by
special rate in addition to all other
rates, each year during the currency
of the said debentures the sum of
eight hundred and seven and 97-100
dollars ($807.97).
And whereas in order to raise the
said yearly  sum of $80?.'j7  an equal
special rate on the dollar will be ro-
levied on
municipality
will be taken at the following places
viz.:
The Council Chamber, City Hall-
No. 4 Fire Hall, Sapperton; and No. 5
Ure Hall, Thirteenth btreet; on tho
12th day of April, from 9 a.m. to 7
p.m
W. A. DUNCAN, '
City Clerk.
THE CORPORATION OF THE CITY
OF NEW WE8TMIN8TER.
By-law No.
A By-law to enable the Councli of the
Corporation df the City of New
Westminster to expend for other
purposes the money raised under
By-law No. 41, passed the 30th day
of August, 1909, for the purpose of
building an Incinerator.
io��oherT ,on the 25th da? of August,
1909, a by-law waa submitted to the
electors for the purpose ot raising by
oan the sum of twenty thousand dollars ($20,000.00) for the bunding of a
public Incinerator for the distribution
of the refuse, and the said by-law received the assent of the electors of
the City of New Westminster and was
reconsidered and finally passed on the
30th day of August, 1909.
And whereas for divers reasons it
has been found impracticable or undesirable to expend the said sum of
$20000.00 in building the said public
incinerator and the said sum so borrowed and raised under the provisions
of the said by-law is now on hand and
unexpended.
And whereas it is expedient to expend the sum of five thousand dollars
($5000.00) in the purchase and procurement of a garbage collecting plant
for the said City and to expend the
sum of fifteen thousand dollars ($15-
000.00) in procuring of plans, reports
of expert   engineers
. ,    t , and other    in
cidental expenses of a comprehensive
quirea to be levied on the whole I ?*rl>or18c.,eme for the City or New
rateable property of the City ofNew i Iestm,n,8ter and th* waters of the
Westminster F,aser river adjoining the said City.
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
VT fill! 1 1 ' .~ .. * ��l_ 1 _   _ a.   -    . ���
And whereas the whole rateable
property of the said City, according to
the last revised assessment roll thereof, is seven million two hundred and
forty-nine thousand and ten dollars
($,249,010.00). ���
And whereas the total amount of
the  existing  debenture   debt   of  the
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, C. A. Crys-
dale, of Vancouver, occupation insurance manager, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands: Commencing at a
post planted about balf mile north of
T. L. lot 1976 and two miles west or
Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence north 80 chains to the
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
CHARLES AGNEW CRYSDALE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
thence north 80 chains to tlie point of..,..,,_,,., ,
commencement,   and   containing   640    ��j�� '���T'
acres more or less.
,     CHARLES O. SVEDMARK.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
dollars  (.4,2,000 00) proposed   to   be j said City is one million sixhundre.T
raised under    this    by-law   and    the: and seventeen thousand one hundred
By-law    1911," I dollars  ($1,617,100.00)  irrespective of
By-law     ������-������������
���Tarks   Improvement    By-lav,    .,,.,  ,,��u   �����_!,!,    uouars     i*4V2OOOO0)
Light Extension By-law 1911,"Sjtoie.   proposed to he raised under thla by-1    ��     ���.   r.        u    .   a.
bouse By-law 1911." "Flre Debenture law%nd' the "Btreetlmorov��m��l *t_\ -.^2^SS?^5frA^��;
1911," j the sura of four hundred and aeventv-  4,     ..,��� ,    pr?vlsi ..8k0' B>',a,v
Improvement    By-law   1911.", two  thousand    dollars     ($472.000.00)' tono �� Debenture    By
New Westminster enacts as follows:
1.   The Council for the Corporation
of the City of New Westminster shall
purchase a garbage  collecting plant
for   the   collection   of   garbage and
refuse in the City of New Westminster and for the payment of the same
shall expend the sum of $5000.00 out
of  the  money   borrowed  and   raised
tinder  the  provisions  of By-law   No.
41.    "Incinerator    Debenture    By-law
1909."
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Maude A. Hopkins, of Vancouver, occupation married woman, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following
lands: Commencing at a post plant
ed on the west side of Green River
and four chains north of Green Lake,
thence west 80 chains, thence north
80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thenee south 80 chains to point or
commencement, being southwest cor
ner poBt of lot applied for, contalninu
640 acres more or less. _____
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Maud A. Hopkins.
February 20, 1911.	
LAND ACT NOTICE.
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Charles A.
Bodie, of Vancouver, occupation
broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a poat
planted about 1ft miles north ot T. L.
lot 1976 and two miles west of Haslam lake, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, to tho
point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
CHARLES A. BODIE,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DIS-1
TRICT���District ot New Westminster. B.C.���Take notice that I, Herman
Thorsen, of Vancouver, occupaUon
marine engineer, intends to apply for
permission to purchase the following
described lands:
Commencing at a post planted about
two and one-half miles south of T. L.
lot 1368, and one mile east of Haslam
Lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
south 80 chains, thence west 80 chains,
thence north 80 chains, to the point of
commencement,, and containing 640
acres more or less.
HERMAN  THORSEN.
D. O'HARA, Agent.
February 17th, 1911.
'Flre Debenture lm au* tbe "Btreet Improvement By-\ -���'.i.^    ��SJ"
By-law 1911" and "Lulu Island Bridge1, law  mi." "Water BxtVurtoS. bV5*w\^^���J2**,'
By-law  1911,"  ot whlcb none ot the\ Wll." "U,ht Extension By-law ��U," T��rt *SS��Zt
principal or Interest la In arrears.      \"Parka   Improvement   By-law   1911.'InroniM/and^tJS**7
Now therefore the municipal coun-("Board   of    Works    Stables   By-law* *=���****** wuro*
ctLof the .Corporation of the City of  1911,'
Flre Debenture By-law 1911,"
New Westminster enacts aB follows: I and "Lulu Island Bridge By-law 1911,
1.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor of which none of the principal or in-
of the said City to raise by way ot
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, any sum or sums of money
not exceeding in the whole the sum
of $20,000.00 and to cause the same to
be paid into the Treasury of the said
City, for the purposes mentioned
herein.
2. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
to cause any number of debentures to
be made not exceeding in the whole
terest is in arrears,
Now therefore the Municipal Council of the Corporation of the City of
New Westminster enacts as follows-
1. It shall be lawful for the Mayor
of the said City to raise by way of
loan from any person or persons,
body 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 $15,000.00, and to cause the same
to be paid into the Treasury of tho
NEW   WESTMINSTER   LAND   DISTRICT���District  of   New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, A. L.
the sum of $20,000.00 for such sums' said City for the purposes mentioned
of money as may be required, not less herein.
than  $100.00  each,  or  an equivalent I     2.   It shall be lawful for the Mayor
Belyea   of Vancouver   occupation so-' expressed in pounds sterling of   the  to cause any number of debentures to
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that Lionel E. Haw-
els, or Vancouver, occupation photo.-
rapher, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following lands:
Commencing at a post planted on the
west side of Pemberton Trail, J1,4
miles north of Green Lake, thence
north 80 chains, thence east 80 chains,
thence south 80 chains, thence west
80 chains to the point of commencement, being the southwest corner post
of lot applied for, containing 640
acres more or less. _,-,,,���
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS,
Agent for Lionel E. HawelB.
February 20, 1811.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trlct ef New Westminster.
TAKE NOT1CH that Gerald BL
Bridge, of Vancouver, occupation master mariner, Intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at a post
planted on Green River. Pemherton
Trail, four miles north of Green Lake,
thence north 80 chains, thence east 80
chains, thence south 80 chains, thence
west 8ft chains to polftt of commencement, being southwest corner post ot
lot applied for, containing 640 acrea
more or less. _.��_,���
(Signed) WILLIAM LEWIS.
Agent for Gerald E. Bridge
February 20,1911.
New Westminster Land District,
trlct of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Mabel Lucy
Paige,  of  New  Westminster, occupation married woman, Intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands:    Commencing at
a post planted about two miles north
of T. L. lot 918 cn the west shore of
Haslam lake, thence  west. 80 chains, j ,,urchB8e
thence  south  80 chains,  thence east  -_n(,g
80 chains, thence north 80 chains to
the point of commencement, and containing 640 acres more or less.
MABEL LUCY PAIGE.
Dated February 17, 1911.	
licltor, intends to apply for permission to purchase the following described lands:
Commencing at a post planted aboue
lft miles north of T. L. lot
1976 and two miles west of Haslam
Lake, thence east 80 chains, thence
north 80 chains, thence west 80
chains,' thence south 80 chains, to tho *uJn ��,r,'^7,
point of commencement, and containing 040 acres, more or less.
United Kingdom of Great Britain and
Ireland, at a value of 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall be 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 thereunto lawfully
be made not exceeding in the whole
the sum of $15,000.00 for such sums
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 ot 4.866 to the
pound sterling; and all such debentures shall be sealed with the seal of
lul
reports or information for the procur-
inent and establishment of a comprehensive scheme for a fresh water harbor at the City of Ne^ Westminster
and in the waters of the Fraser river
adjoining the same, and for payment
of the cost of and incidental to the
said harbor scheme shall divert and
use the sum of $15,000.00 borrowed
and raised under the provisions of Bylaw No. 41, "Incinerator Debenture
By-law 1909."
3. This by-law shall take effect on
the day of , 1911, and
may be cited as the "Garbage Plant
Harbor Scheme By-law 1911."
4. This by-law before the final
passing thereof shall receive the assent of the electors of the said City
ln the manner required by law.
Received the assent of the electors
the        day of , 1911.
Reconsidered and finally passed in
open council the        day of ,
1911.
City Clerk. Mayor.
ARTHUR L. BELYEA.
February 17th, 1911.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that I, Charles
Soley, of Vancouver, occupation broker, Intends to apply for permission to
tbe    following    described
3. The said debentures shall be pay- j the Corporation, signed by the Mayor
able on the First day of July, 1961, at j and countersigned by the Treasurer
such, place or places as the council ofj thereof, or by such other person or
tho said Corporation may from time persons as may be thereunto lawfully
to time appoint with the approval of  authorized.
the holders thereof, and shall bear in- j 3. The said debentures shall be
terest at the rate of four and one-half, payable on the First day of July, 1961,
per centum per annum, payable half- at such place or places as the Council
yearly on the First day of January of the said Corporation may from
and the First day of July in each and time to time appoint with the ap-
every year, and the debentures shall  proval of the    hoi .Iers   thereof,   and
LAND ACT NOTICE.
Dis-
have  attached   to   them   coupons   for
the  pavment of Interest,  which  said
Commencing at a post planted about' coupons shall be signed by tl.e said
two miles south of T. L. 1031. and oa,M^ ^^. rate Qn .fce ^ ^
be levied and raised in each year, in
shall bear Interest at the rate of four
and one-half per centum per annum,
payable half-yearly on the First day
of January and the First day of July
in each and every year, and the debentures shall have attached to them
Take notice that the above is a tru��
copy of the proposed by-law upon
which the vote of the municipality
will be taken at the following places,
viz.:
The Council Chamber, City Hall.
No 4. Flre Hall, Sapperton; and No. 5
Flre Hall, Thirteenth Street; on the
12th day of April, from 9 a.m. to 7
p.m.
W. A. DUNCAN.
City Clerk.
CHARLES SOLEY.
February 17th, 1911.
LAND  REGISTRY  ACT.
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Isabella McFarland, of North Vancouver, occupation married woman, Intend to apply
for permission to purchase the following described lands: Commencing at
a post planted about half mile south
Af T. L. lot 1368 and one mile east     Re a part (5 acres) of the south CO
of Haslam lake, thence east 80 chains, acres of the southeast quarter of Sec-
thence south 80 chains, thence west 80 tlon 24, Township 4 (subdivision 1) ln
chains, thence north 89 chains to the t the District of New Westminster,
point of commencement, and contain
lng 640 acres more or less.
ISABELLA McFARLAND,
the east shore of Haslam Lake, thence ���
e.'!!ln ^h^t'^c/sn^imin^hAn^ addition to all other rates, on all   the coupons for the payment of interest,
chans  thence.west 80 chains  tlience, rateabie property ot the City, sufficient  which said coupons shall be signed
south 80 chains, to the point of com- __    _J._ ,_._.._���.   '.*._, j���k����   .... .,._ _*.u ��*���.���..
mencement, and containing 640 acres,
more or less.
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND DISTRICT���District of New Westminster, B. C.���Take notice that, I, J.
FitzGerald Sargent, of London.Eng-
lani. Clerk in Holy Orders, ntends to
apply for permission to purchase the
following described  lands:
Commencing at a post planted ou
the N. E. end of Alpha lake, on the
west, side of the    Pemberton    Trail,
By D. O'Hara, Agent.
Dated February 17, 1911.
LAND ACT NOTICE.
to pay the interest upon the deben- by tbe said Mayor. ^o   oiuc ^  (        ...........��� .,
tures and to create a sinking fund for 1    4.   A special rate on the dollar shall I thence'east' 40"chains, Thence soutli
the payment of the principal thereof be levied and raised in each year, in \ 40 cj,ains, thence    west    40   chains,
when due, subject to any act or enact- addition to all other rates, on all the
ment respecting the same. I rateable property of the City, sufflcl-
5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall ent to pay the Interest upon the de-
be raised annually by special rate as bentures and to create a sinking fund
aforesaid, during the currency ot the for the payment of the principal there
said debentures, the sum of $900.00 of when due, subject to any act or en
for the payment of interest thereon, actment respecting the same,
and the sum of $177.31 to provide for 5. Subject as aforesaid, there shall
the repayment of the principal. ; be raised annually by special rate as
6. The proceeds of the sale of the aforesaid, during the currency of the
Whereaa nroof af th�� lotta of certlfl- ��ald debentures shall be applied  as  said debentures, the sum of $675.00
���tl tm. Nn   47��i_    i�����_  iJ, Th- follows and not otherwise:   towards  for the payment of interest thereon,
S?oLawS��    ���Wi��! the cost ot the passing of this and the sum of $182.98 to provide for
IWfn min i^thu ��mnl I hy-law and the issue and sale of the the repayment of the principal.
wJ^fci^L *h��t t .h.n I debentures therein referred to and all I    6.   The proceeds of the sale of the
.�� rtS'ZJ&**mZ*\J?!_?;?_!_.�� Vr���W expenses connected with the issuance said debentures shall be applied   as
at the expiration of one month  from, ..I,. ,_, , , _w_ __, ,._���   ._���   __���  _._,  _,v,���. ____..   .���������,h���
the date of tbe flrst publication here-
theiice north 40 chains to    ro'nt   of
commencement, containing 160 acres
more or less.
Dated the 7th day of March, 1911.
J. FITZGERALD  SARGENT,
R. FitzGerald Sargent, Agent.
Gardiner & Gardiner
Dis-
New Westminster Land District,
trict of New Westminster.
TAKE NOTICE that I, Clinton    P.
McCormick. of Vancouver, occupation DV m'ade'te jn. in writing."
broker, Intend to apply for permission
to purchase the following   described
lands:   Commencing at a post planted
about two miles south of T. L. lot 1031,
on the east   shore of   Haslam   lake,
���f i��� i dailT n...n.n.r n.Vh Uh��Tfn *>e P*id over from time to time as re- paying the cost of the passing of this
Jk. r.tv 5"V��fwKLKS��� W. .' q^ed "Pon the order of the trustees by-law and tbe issue and sale of the
the City of New Westminster, issue,_*;��_. the ��ty Trea8urer t0 the 8everal debentures therein referred to and all
persons to whom moneys are payable, expenses connected with the issuance
7. This by-law shall take effect on of the said loan, and the balance shall
the day of , 1911, and may be paid over from time to time as re-
be cited as the "Board of Works quired upon the order of the trustees
Stable Debenture By-law 1911." by the City Treasurer to the several
8. This by-law before the final pass- persons to whom moneys are payable.
Ing thereof shall receive the assent 7.   This by-law shall take effect on
duplicate of the said   certificate, unless in the meantime valid  objection
C. S. KEITH,
District Registrar of Titles.
Lsnd   Registry  Office,   New  Westminster, B. C, March 9, 1911.
(F. O. Gardiner)
ARCHITECTS
Room 8. Westminster Trust Building
New Westminster, B. C.
"hona SSI Residence  Phonx  133
SEE McELROY
for sewer connection
'Phone R672 FAQ1 BOOT.
THE DAILV NEWS.
WEDNESDAY. APRIL 8, 1811.
M. L.
Mixed Paints
The klna that lasts. The kind
you have heard so much about.
Nothing better made in the way
of paint. Nothing so good that
is sold for less money. It bas
been sold for years and stands
at the top. Superior to hand
mixed lead and oil. Can be
had in all colors and is fully
guaranteed. Color card free for
the asking.
ANDERSON
&
LUSBY
City News
Arrangements are heing made    to j    J. D. Rogers has been named man-
complete  the  lighting  of  the   West- nger of the    Fraser    Mills    baseball
minster bridge.    Only the span ls at
present illuminated.
You cannot get this but I
can give you a Fire insurance policy at LOWEST
RATES, one of the most important features of which is
the prompt manner of settlement in the event of loss.
A. W. McLeod
Ice cream on hand, Ira A. Reid, next
tram office.   Phone 310. **
Police Judge Edmonds was occu
pled practically all day yesterday with
a case which was heard in camera
and which was adjourned until this
morning. Much that is unsavory and
which lt is not for the good of the
public to read or hear was brought
out in the evidence.
Scotch Dance and Supper. Don't
forget date���Wednesday, April 5. Secure tickets now.
At the municipal council meeting in
Burnaby on Monday evening, Reeve
Weart announce 1 his intention of suing Auditor Moses B, Cotsworth for
libel unless a retraction of the statement that the men 'temporarily in
power" were burdening the municipality with debt. The reeve interprets
"men in power" to mean himself und
one of the councillors.
For up-to-date halrdressing and
manicuring, etc., call at Misses Purdy
& Plester, rooms. 520 Columbia
street. ���*
Jules Lawrence will appear at the
city police court this morning on a
charge of unlawfully and cruelly ill-
treating a horse which he brought to
the market stables and kept without
food for a certain number of days.
The case ls one which will be followed with interest by local dealers as it
team.
Sons of Scotlan:! Dance and Supper,
EGGS!
Green Cut Bone to Make
Your Chickens Lay.
Central Meat Markel
BOWELL A ODDY
Corner  Eighth St. and Fifth Avenue
PHONE 370.
Patrick's Hall,  Wednesday,
April
*���
involves a point of law which it has l��n ��� Hendry
long been the wish of dealers to clear   Block.
up. ���������
Burnaby, Second avenue, two lots,
one lot witu *>\.tj) chicken house.
Price $500 each. Kellington & Hendry, Northern Crown Bank Block.   **
Tomorrow evening a public meeting
wlll he held in Johnston's hall, Sapperton, called at the Instance of the
school board trustees, when the
whole matter affecting the ratepayers
on the question of the suggested action of the city councli re the by-laws
will be thrashed out by board members and others who hold strong
views on the much argued point. Proceedings will start at eight o'clock.
Piano tuning, work guaranteed, by
resident tuner. P. R. Pearse, Telephone 694.   P. O. Box 455. **
Messrs. Ernest Christie and Wilfrid
Stows were in town yesterday making final arrangements for producing
"The Mikado," to be presented here'
Friday, April 21, at the opera house,
in aid of tbe Royal Columbian hospital.
For spring plants and cut flowers
phone Davies and Son, florists. Phone
897. **
Sons of Scotland Dance. Secure
tickets from committee or at the
door. ���*
This evening at eight o'clock a special meeting of the city council will
be held for the purpose of discussing
the appointment of a water superintendent, going through a certain number of by-laws which were held over
from the Monday meeting owing to
the lateness of the bour and at the
conclusion of this the final reading of
the auditor's report will be undertaken.
We have a nice home on Third street
for sale; almost new and close to
Third avenue carline. Price $4500,
$1500 cash, balance arrange.   Kelling-
J. NEWSOME & SONS
Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators
Estimates Given.
214 Sixth Street Phone 567.
NEW WESTMINSTER B.C.
OIL, MINING,
Industrial Stocks
I deal in all active storks quoted on
the Pacific Coast Stock Exchange.
Daily quotation mailed to clients.
W. S. ROSE
MERCHANTS      BANK      BUILDING.
PHONE 655.
The Royal Studio
610 Columbia St,* New Westminster.
Mrs. A. Wlggln, who was connected
for many years with Messrs. Lafayette,
of New Bond street, London, begs to
inform the residents of New Westminster and surrounding districts that
she has purchased and reopened the
photographic business at the above address, and ls prepared to offer high
class pictures at very moderate prices.
Child portraiture a specialty. See
show cases at doorway.
Northern Crown Bank
*���
THE   HOTTEST   WELL.
Kodak Time
All kodak goods
reduced to Toronto prices.
D. S. Curtis I Co.
Dealers   in   Drugs,   Kodaks  and   Supplies,  Seeds  and  Spectacles.
Temperature   of   Flowing   Water   at
Marlin, Tex., Is 162 Degrees.
Marlin, Tex., April 4.���Another artesian well, sail to be the hottest in
the world and the most prolific in hot
water production, has just been -discovered in Marlin.
Work began on thla wfeU several
months ago, but It la only within tho
week that water was struck at a \
depth ot 3<H!0 feet, making this well
probably the deepest in the entire
south, as well as one of the few deep
wells in the world.
This is tbe second hot well discovered in Marlin.
About seventeen years ago tlie inhabitants, numbering less than 2000
people, were facing a drouth. One
day Henry Johnson, a welldrlller ot
Corsicana, Tex., passed through Mar
Iin on his way north. Learning of
conditions he aivised tlie immediate
digging of an artesian well for a
water supply.
On June 2, 1893, at a depth of 3360
feet, water was struck.
It came gushing out of the earth in
a boiling fountain, with a daily flow
of 150,(i00 gallons, at a temperature of
147 degrees Fahrenheit.
The water from this well is 34 degrees hotter than the well at Alx-les-
Hains, France, and 16 degrees hotter
than the famous hot well at Aachen.
Prussia. It is hotter by 20 degrees
than any of the famous wells at Hot
Springs, Ark.
The well .fust, finished ut Marlin is
15 degiaes hotter than the old well.
It has a daily flow of 155,000 gallons.
Roberts Electric Co.
47 Sixth street
The Public
Supply Stores
Seed Time
Spring time is
here now and
this means
seeding   time.
We always carry
a full   line of
GARDEN SEEDS
in small packages
or large quantities.
���;
Remember the Place
New    Westminster.
Phone 43;   L. D. 71;
B    C.
Res. 72.
E. J. Boughen
Architect and Builder
See me about your new house.
HOMES FOR  SALE.
Room 5 Trapp Block.
Phcnes 715 and 537.
We have a few of those unbreakable
Tungsten lamps left. Call and let
us show you them.
Electrical,
Contracting, Power
and Motor Work.
All work promptly attended to and guaranteed.
Phones 761 and 588.
ALL DRUGGISTS
Geo.
Adams
Phone 92
FOR COLDS
Na-Dru-Co.
Syrup of Linseed Licorice and
Chlorodyne;  also
INHALOZONE
to inhale.
-"��� AT
H'S DRUG STOI
Deane Block.   441 Columbia St.
New Westminster, B.C.
.-. t
aa_VaWS^-*ammi*7r^^ass^:^���. ?_
Furnished
Rfc.
Residence
Suitable for Gentleman's Home or for Select
Rooming House
Locate.1 on the main street of N'ew Westminster, t'iis is semi-bus'
ness propeity and yet possesses all the advantages of a high class
residential property.
Standing on the high banks of the Fraser, the view never can bj
obstructed.    Large lawn, ornamental trees and shrubbery.
The house is built on solid brick and cement foundation; has
nine rooms and basement with new furnace. Parlor, dining room and
three bedrooms have fireplaces.    Every bedroom has a clothes closet.
Furniture is all new and comprises full solid oak and mahogany
equipment for every room.
Bedrooms are all furnished In solid oak dressers and stanls an.l
iron beds.   Many other useful and ornamental articles.
All floors are covered with carpet or Inlaid linoleum. Walls and
woodwork recently repapered and varnished.
Furniture and furnishings new;  cost 11400.
May he purchased with or without furniture.
Terms $3000 cash, 6 Per Cent.   Interest, price on application.
HOLLIES
and other ornamental trees and shrubs. Choice Imported Dutch Stock
at the Nursery, South Westminster,  or  on  the   Market,   FRIDAY.
Now it the time to beautify your grounds.
SURREY NURSERIES, LTD.
Don't Pay Rent
another month (BECAUSE)
I can sell you a 6-Roomed House
On a lot 50x150 feet, with side lane;  the lot is cultivated and   has
splendid bearing fruit trees, also small fruits.   It is on
Fifth Street, Price Only $2150
Terms $550; cash, balance $20 per month,  capital  and  Interest   included. flRWpnH i'
P. PEEBLES.
620 Columbia St.
Telephone 307
W. R. GILLEY, Phone 122. G. E. GILLEY, Phone 291.
Phones, Office 15 and 16.
Gilley Bros. Ltd.
COLUMBIA 8TREET WE8T.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers In Coal
CEMENT, LIME, SEWER PIPE, DRAIN TILE, CRUSHED ROCK,
WA8HED GRAVEL AND CLEAN SAND, PRESSED BRICK AND
FIRE BRICK.
B.C. Mills
limber and Trading  Co.
Manufacturers nnd Dealers In All Kinds of
LUMEBR, LATH, SHINGLES, 8ASH,   DOORS,   INTERIOR   FINISH
TURNED WORK, FISH BOXE8     LARGE    8TOCK    PLAIN    ANO
FANCY GLA8S.
Royal City Planing Mills Branch
Tele, hone   12 New Westminster Box  13?
Interurban Time Table
i
NEW WESTMINSTER  BRANCH. ���
Train leaves N'ew Westminster for Vancouver:    5, 5:50, C:20,    6:50,
7:20, 8 and every half hour thereafter untll 11 p.m.
8UNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 6, 7, 8 and every
half hour until 11 p.m.
FREIGHT   EXPRESS  SCHEDULE.
Express cars leave New Westminster for Vancouver   at   7:20   a.m.,
11:20 a.m., and 3:20 p.m.
LULU  ISLAND, EBURNE-WESTMINSTER BRANCH.
Trains leave New Westminster for Vancouver at 7K and every hour
thereafter up to 11 p.m., connecting at Eburne Junction for Stevesto.i.
SUNDAY SERVICE.
Trains leave     New Westminster for Vancouver at 8 a.m. and everv
half hour thereafter up to 11 p.m.
NEW    WESTMINSTER-CHILLIWACK BRANCH.
To Huntingdon only���Leave New Westminster 4:00 p.m.
To Chilliwack���Leave New Westminster 9:00 a.m., 1:05 and 6:05 p m.
BRITISH COLUMBIA ELECTRIC RAILWAY COMPANY.
\*M'"
MAXIME   OAKLEY
With .Max Dili In "Dream City," at
Open. House Thursday "Evening]
ESTABLISHED
1891      jK
>!��^  ��� r   I
\   I   ��� ****���
rt & Co, Ltd.
New Westminster
VANCOUVER,   VICTORIA, CHILLIWACK, ALDERGROVE.
NOTE CHANGE OF TIME
Double Service Begins A r��' 19
TWIN 8CREW STEAMSHIP
"PRINCE RUPERT"
Sailing from Johnston's Wharf
Effective April 3, will leave Vancouver at 12:00 midnight Mondays, instead of 11:30 p.m., and run through to Stewart, stopping only
at Prince Rupert. ���
Effective April 8, wlll leave Vancouver at 12:00 midnight Satu -
days, Instead of 2:00 p.m., for Victoria and Seattle.
Close connection at Prince Rupert for Port Simpson, Kincolith,
Arrandale, Port Nelson, Massett find Naden Harbor.
SS. "Prince Albert" leaves Prince Rupert Saturdays at 1:00 p.m.
for Refuge Bay, Skldegate, Que3n Charlotte City, Pacofl, Lockeport,
Jedway, Ikeda and Rose Harbor.
Tickets and information for all points east, Including Detroit, London, Hamilton, Toronto, Montreal, Portland, Boston, Niagara Falls,
New York, Philadelphia. Baltimore, Washington, also to Great. Brilain
and the Continent. All Lines. Lowest Rates. "No Trouble to Answer
Questions."
HARRY G. SMITH, City Pass, and Ticket Agent Phone 7100
L. V. DRUCE, Commercial Agent (Freight)    Phone 3060
627 Granville Street, Vancouver.
Space for stores, warehouses and offices    in   the   proposed   new
Grand Trunk  Pacific building, foot of Main Street, will be arrange!
In advance and planned to suit requirements  by  applying to  C.   H.
fy'icholBon, Manager of Steamships, Johnson's Wharf.

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