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Federal Minister*
Hon. Win. l'ugslcv, niinisti-r
ol public works, in accordance
willi tin- arrangements annuiinc-
i-d, paid an ollicial visit to
North Vancouver on Tucm1.iv,
unili-r tin- joint auspices ul the
city and district councils and
llu- hoard of tradi-. Dr.l'ugslcv
accompanied hv Hon. William
Tciiipleinaii, ininistt-r ol mines,
arrived in tin- city at lo a.m.,
the ladies ol Dr. l'ugslcv's part}
on his westers lour also lavor-
ing the north .shore with tluii
attendance. The party was Immediately conveyed to the uiv
hall where the reception forma
litics were enacted. Mayor Ha)
occupied thn chair and in a leii
mil chosen remarks welcomed
the minister of public wurks and
llu- other nsStS to North Valiiouver. Reeve Mi Naught llien
reati the memorial which had
lieen prepared /or presentation
to Dr. l'ugslcv, as lolloiis:
Joint Memorial Irom lhe
councils ol the city and dislriel
nl Norlli Vancouver, and the
board ol trade of North Vancouver:
To tin Honorable uilium
Pagale),    minister   oi   public
works for Canada:
Regarding a harbor board im
Hurrard Inlet, and harbor works
rcijilired ou lhe imrlli shore
In response to a rci'iicsl from
tlm department of marine and
fisheries ,il Ottawa, your memorialists have prepared a draft
bill to incorporate a harbor
boanl ior the porl and harbut ul
Vaiicouur, iin lulling the nli.de
ol Burrard Inlet and Knglish
bat This bill Is being submitted lo the i.iiuiiii of vaacoavei
alld lo others interested arith a
view tu i un.iiiniiuiis representation to iln- government on ilu-
.subject.
The   provisions    which    mm
memorialists dsew ol tin- utmost Importunes to tin- north
shore are the lollowing:
i. That tin- bo.iid oi commissioners be appulllled bv llu led
eral government, and l>c men
strictly responsible to tlu- gov-
11 iiiiiiiii and inilepeiideiit ul am
seciion or corporation; and lu
lliis decision thev have been
guided by lhc cxjkiiiiui- m
Montreal.
2. Thai all lhe ll<lal lata u>
the harbor now vesie.l in ihe
dominion government, In- vested
ill the hari-or board, subject ne-
ussarily to all leases aiid other
rights given by the goveriiiiieiii,
aud lo all lhe righis oi the
ll outage on Hers llu llals on
the norlh shore represenl a very
l.uge screagi ol land eminently
suiled Ior Hocks of all kinds, fof
elevalors and iv alehouses, ami
for indusiri.il srortu, „;nl ilic ih-
vi-lopiiielll ol llnlll in a suit,ibli
m,inner would mean ret) Mth
Ior the harbor ol Vaniuuvir
Wide pullers .ire im lum I in
the matter ul railway lousiriu-
n.an   lu  enable   lhc   hoard   lo
make connection with difsreut
railwai   svstems,  and tOfk Uf
lion may be nciissari t" I il-
i/.i- lhe ulliili undertaking, uiu!
it is hcllciid alsu that a good
circular railway ur tlalUWa)
wuuld prove an immense puli.
mill eiiieiue and give linilv lo
lhe harbor; and
4. Ill filling in the finan i.il
provision to be made for lhe
harbor board your memorialists
ri-speillnlll Slgl that alluii.ui,.
be made lor llu- lollowing m,ikon the north shore, vi/
1.   A dry il.uk ol largu eapai
ity to give accommodation iur
vessels ol any sl/e afloat .V -
coinpanv ing ihis is a plan ,.!
Itch a dock ami all estiin.il,
the cost ol Iti i.'iislruilioli both
prepared l.v Donald Caincioti.
di.tint liiinu i|,al eliguuir, who
has had extensive ex|-enuiii 111
all kinds of harbor work. The
in 1 (".sity   for a dock   of   large
proportions hsrs is sell-evident,
and it has been S great loss lu
this purl that no such duck has
been available. To locale siuh
a dock on these tidal Hats will
mean providing the ulinust capacity at the smallest coat lor
Construction and upkeep; and
such a duck located on Hurrard
Inlet vvill be coliveiiielil lor vessels from any point on the l'acilic coast. In particular a dry
dock here vvill prove ol inestimable value in event of war breaking out for the repair uf large
cruisers or battleships on this
coast.
2. An elevator to meet the
requirements ol the grain trade.
ln view- ol the expelled shipment westwards of .1 large proportion ol grain crop Irom Alberta and Saskatchewan, several elevators are urgently seeded
at this port, and the harbor
board should have these all under control.
j. Wharves fur reception ol
large vessels to open tin wai
for wide unhampered competition in the uce.in going trade,
It is of Importance that a corporate body representing the
public interest have control of
wharves sufficient lu nieel every
emergency,  and the advent   of
competing transcontinental railway systems to this harbor
makes it really urgent thai all
who coine should liml wharfage
available fur sea going cargoes.
community is bm iwo yens old
and   yet   has ,1 population   ap-
proximating  6000  people, Dr.
l'ugsle) slated that this ls simply another evidence ol the remarkable development which
had of late characterised Vancouver and lhe l-inscr. ll had
been a great surprise to him lo
le.un oi this rapid grow th, as
he was Informed ihat ihe population of Vancouver had multiplied three times within the
past lew years.
Nurth Vancuuver, continued
the speaker, should derive great
hopi   and  ciiiuiirageinetit   Irom
the (act that two greal transcontinental railways, the Caiia-
diaiii  Northern  and  the  Grand
Trunk Pacific weie not content
that iheir lei minii on the I'acilii  mast  should  be lutllilled    lu
points m ihe northern section ol
lhe province, but had decided to
enter the city ol Vancouver.
The Grand  Trunk l'acilic  had
applied to the dominion government lor approval ol their plans
showing a railwav In.111 Port
George or some olher corneiii-
eni point on the ir main line, to
Vancouver. The Canadian Northern railway had made a simi-
1.11 application and uu doubt balm  lung   each  of  these   great
railway lystems wonld have its
terminus at Vancuuver, and he
wonld suppose that the (act that
these railways reached Hurrard
Inlet   irum   the   nurlh,    wuuld
Sorted that he had come wesl
Ior lhe purpose of getting information concerning the needs of
the dominion, as he was in
charge of one of the most importanl departments of the governments of Canada. Tlio east-
cm portion of the country is
closely interested in the development ol thc west. It had been
a great pleasure to him throughout his tour, to Iind tlu; same
dsvtlopment and progress every-
whure. They who dwelt in tiie
casl had been of the opinion
that the whole grain output ol
the prairie provinces had been
destined to Iind its way to market through Montreal in summer
and the maritime province ports
in the winter, but it was now
very evident that the west was
going lo share largely in the
benehts to accrue from tlie development of those provinces.
The C.P.R. had lowered the
grades through the mountains
ol late years, in some cases as
much as one half. Kegina is
only one hall the distance from
Vancouver that il is from the
maritime provinces, and Burrard Inlet is open the vear
round, and the western ports
are destined to profit in large
degree by the exports from the
prairie provinces. "No one"
declared the speaker "can take
too hopeful a view of the development of the port on Hurrard
Inlet."    As minister of public
HON   I)N   IM'C.Sl.l-V AND I'AKTV AT CITV H.M,I,
A- Win-In .uses ul large cap-
ailly are essential tu wh.ilus
and elevators, and ihese should
Ik- ei|Uip|*cd wilh lllc best 111...I
em appliances lur handling
freight and loading and unload
ing vessels. As a fait much ul
lhe success ul ihe harbor works
will depend un the cipiipnieiil ol
the wh,mis and warehouses
and
y Boms railwaj u-uks ,u< ,.
neiessllv to lonneit lhe wharuis
uilh  lhe dlllerenl  railwai   sis
teas      io whnl atenl   the
board should meant hm go in
this din.iion will call i..i cars
iul lonsidcralion by them alter
thev learn lhe plans ol iln mi]
WM loinpallles.
Attached lo the report was,,
detailed description >.i ,1 propoa
ni graving docs lor lhc north
short- ol lhe Inlet, togetlu 1 Sith
fstiiiiatis ol cost ,il 1173,000,
the whole prepared   bv   Donald
Cameron, district engfaasi
Hon. Dr l'ugslcv, in replying
to lill- liicliioti.il, 1 \|iressed his
pleasure ,il being enabled lo in
iliuli- a visil lo Noi 111 V, un ou
ver in the ilnn i.ui ..I Ins ..lli. 1
al visil to lhe wist lie recog
ni/id the (ail  that  N'orih Vui
nuner pccnples a most sdvanl
age.uis situation |..i all lhat
1 lass of industries whnh derives
its advantage from an cxulluit
harbor frontage All who ,m
privileged to see it, must recognise the splendid watcrirontagt
which the north short
Referring to the lact that this
pnui   ol   glial   advantage    to
North Vancouver, because these
lines woiild verv nalurallv seek
to locate,  at  SHI 'ate,  ireight
terminals upon tin north shore
a,I   ill.     llllll.
Willi  tchnmi   lo ,1  board   ol
harbor commissioners, Dr.Pufs-
Icy st,llnl Ihnt the matter was
being held III ,lliul,tliu*   jllsl    ,,|
present  s,, for ,,s definite action
was concerned, but in* was oi
opinion Ihal, in lhe 11e.1i  luture
ihe constitution ol a harbor
ttusl would be all ,nil,Ult,ige,
ami as ,, 111. inla.i ..I lhe g..\. in
mini alld liiliu-.til ol publii
Ma.lks, he Wollld IsVor llie list
mg ui ilu* tidal flats ami tin sa
iin foreshore ..I tin* harbor, 111
the board As In a dry clink
HpoH the norih shore, reference
lo whiih was made in lhe memorial, his healers were dollblli ss
aware thai tin government had
passed  .ui  order guaranteeing
aid   to  the extent  nf three    per
cent par annum npon the mst of
a Boating ilmk on the s..nib M.l.
ol the Inlei The agleclnellt had
been dull signed, .uid he Wal
gi.ililicd lo learn llial the final
u.il arrangements are practical
lv Completed and thai intislriu
tli Hi   Wollld   soon  be ii.lllllllll. 1 .1
Whether the government wonld
1..   prepared  to make farthei
grants lot thi COdstTOCtioa ol a
su..11.1 dock, in the Immediate
vicinitv, was a question, but the
matter would receive ins careful
consideration
Continuing,  Dr.  I'ugsley as*
works, he wuuld bc lound ever
ready to respond as liberally as
tlic public iunds would allow to
every reasonable- rei|Uircmini
which might bc submitted to
the government by western communities. The west mast is
populated hy men ol eiitfgy.tiun
ol enterprise and men ol determination, and it was the duly
oi lhe government lo aid those
who manifested a disposition to
help themselves along all legili
male lines.    The government
would   be   found   ready   .il   all
limes tn asslsl 111 promoting lllc
progress ol the poll ol Valium
ver.
Hon   Win    'l'i nipKm.in   was
I ailed upon in the chairman ami
began a felicitous   spesch  by
staling that tllltil tod.1 \   III  had
Mined North Vancouver  from
alar, but while in tin- estimation of those whose Interests
were located elsewllere.it mighl
be held lhat distanic luu 111-
ili.iiitiuent lu thc view, he did
not find it so, lor mi nearer
view, he was yet more iharined
wilh   lhc   location      This   was
II Mainly a glorious site for a
great uiy. lie likened lhe minister uf public wnrks to a com-
incrii.il ti,uilier whn w.is 1,1k
ing urders. He had alrcadi
taken mure than could be filled
in live years, but he* had booked
lium all and they would doubtless in* hiud as rapidly as public revenues would admit Revenues had decreased in 190K,
and retrenchment had been ne
cessary. The speaker Was ol
opinion thai lhe west had suffered iliuli- in proportion, than
the other portions ol tin domin
ion, because oi tlm economics
which had been rendered necessary. This year's revenues however promised to exceed am ..11
record, and he was ol ..pinion
that the greatest alld mosl urgent demands were in lhe west.
At the suggestion of Dr. I'ugsley, Geo. H. Cowan, M.l' was
next called upon, and 111 a few-
apt sentences expressed iln
pleasure that it had given him
to be ol some service to the
minister ot public works, 111 promoting the effectiveness ul his
western visit. Dr. I'ugsley had
manifested great aptness at
grasping the western conception
oi things and at nutating Into
western sentiment and purposes,
U these thuughts wen* carried
to Ottawa and manifested themselves in action, it would bs for-
tninate indeed for the west.
The proceedings at the citv
hall being concluded, the ministerial party, accompanied by
prominent citizens, were given
a short trip through lhe cilv
and the district, upon the return they arrived at Larson's
pavilion, where it had been arranged to cntcrtiiin them at
luncheon, about ivi p.m. The
banquet was enjoyed by sboul
one hundred and fifty dtisens,
and lully sustained tin- enviable
reputation which the Imst ul the
Hotel North VaiKoiti,! has
earned as a public caterer. The
toast list was a leiigthv one,
and, as Mr.  l'tigslcv had made
other engagements which necessitated his leaving at four o'clock, it was (mind necessary to
eliminate s large portion ol it.
Mayor W. II. Mav presided,
and keeve Mi Naught and 1). ('•
Dick acted as mc iluiriiien.
The niavor, iu opening the
to,isi list, declared (hat it »,..
not lieciiisc North Vancouver
sought (or f.iioritism in am
form that thev sadeavored lo
extend their hospitality to the
minister ol pul,In woiks md
his party, but that all thai wai
asked with ri-lcictitc lo ,1111 public illipro einelils ihal mighl In*
made, was thai the government
would investigate the resources
and the adv.ullages ..I the norUi
shore,und do wlut thev thought
in their unbiased, unprejudiced
judgment was deserved       Onl]
thc iieiessnrv Improvements
were needed, in order to make
Hurrard Inlei a harbor second
to none in the world The minister was now upon iln shores
ol North  Vaacoavei  .md   the
speaker was sun   Ihal he mill.I
not   but   be illlpnsseil  Willi    iln
fact,  thai  ilus w.r* lhe SVCUUC
through whnh,   in   llie   lutiiii
lllllst llow    laige   li unin s    into
the dominion 1 (chequer
The toast, "The Federal Cm
eminent,"  was  proposed  bv  K
lv Macnaghten, who observed
thai Icdcr.il goiirniiiini w.is
only a practical worhiag oui of
tin- principle, union is strength
ln the iniirse oi his remarks he
cited C.ciinaiiv, lhc United
States, and AustTslia in illuv
trate tin* great benefits Ihal tin
inlllederallnn idea h.is 1011I1 in il
upon difiercnl cotffltrisu,und like
results were being experienced
in Canada.
Hon. Win. TeJiiplciu.iti. minister ut mines .ui.I revenue, replied in the to,ist. Viewed
from the Standpoint "I the previous   speaker,   fsdorstfos    u.is
recognised ,is having conferred
untold beiiciits up..11 the dominion      Il had not  .ilw.ivs   been
c.isv in harmonise the widely
diversified interests involved,Lut
nevertheless coalederstion bad
proven » magnificent success
As lor the further dtvslopmmt
nf Canada, the railwav problem
was the real problem   ol   the
country,   li waa the p..lui  ol
the federal government to develop the resources ol Canndn
by building railways, and by
developing   in   even    wav,    the
transportation [acuities,
The Grand Trunk Pacific rail-
1...1.I would be completed in a
lew years and then lhe Bud-
son's H.n railway would foUou.
The building ol this latter railway was .1 part "I the acicplcd
policy oi the present administration. Nearer home, wc want
railways in British Columbia,
and we want all our porls pfoj ■
ed on a proper looting,to enable
them to accomplish their possibilities Iii the fullest extent
Hurrard Inlet was one ol the
greatest harbors in llu world,
ils only weak point being the
narrow channel and swifl current at First Narrows. He was
not the ininisU-r of public works
but if he were, he would assure
the people that   he  would  leave
no eflort unmade to iscun the
nscsssary appropriation at the
earliest possible date to widen
those narrows.    Personally he
did m.l Consider lhat the tunc
should be long,before such could
be done Iu closing, Mr. Tem-
plutian aptly declared, "North
Valiiouver has just as minii to
look I..I ward lo ,is had Vancouver lour or li\e ve.iis ago
The toist,  "Tin- Provincial
Government," was proposed by
t, C. Wade Alter some humorous iibsiii.ili.ins hpnn lhe in-
longruities pi. si 1,tnl hi Ihe as-
soii.itioti ..I tin* nanus al the
leader ol the opposition and ul
mil    known    Liberals   with    a
toast to iln provincial govum.
iniiii, Mi  tt...it* scored ,1 sttong
poinl when he pointed OUl thai
it w.is highlv desirable lhat federal iiiinistcis should make Ire-
ipletll Uslls t.i the west, beiause
ol the iui small number ul representatives   sent bv  lhe west
to ott.iw.i in proportion to ths
territory rt presented, While
eightv per nnl of thc total ter-
ntoii >.i Canada is west of the
great lakes, onlv twenty per
cent ol the members ol tin do
million house hail Irnin that
portion   of   C.ui.ida,   ami   DM
u-rsili . while ..nil twentj \*l
unl ol the terri'.oii ..I Canada
lies eaSl ol those lakes, elghli
|*cr cent uf the members aft el-
ulul in that portion ol I.ui.ul,1
The  interests  ol  the  illllle   do
minion demanded that the niim-
bars oi tin government  ihould
keep in dOM loiiih with the di
lelopllli'lll ol lhe Wist, bv lllcalls
aai iu.inun an.l extended loan
Hod I' I. Cu'. 1 Ctioii, in
replying to tin toast, declared
iimt .ill ciliieas should units,
irrespective of political parties
im ilu building up ol ihe pro
vines, As lm ilu provincial
government, bc could but repeal
whal  had bull iliil.ilid   bv   lhe
premier himsell at .1 Miuil.it
gathering, not long sgo,samel)
thai North V.iiiioiiui tu.n .1.
psnd upon Ihe In.iiti  a 0 open
nmi a.i ih.it government in all
reasonable requirements 1..1 tin
advancement  ol  hu   inn rests
The   bridge  ,il   S.i I   Nations
w.is n.iiii 1.mn ih.ui .1 previa
iial   publii   aVorh,   a**  II   »as   a
11.1 t 1 ..I ih. il.\.lopmenl ..i those
(ranspuitatioii l.uilities which
were   ol   n.il   Import   lo  othu
provinci s, .md ll therefore partook ..I .1 11.ir.oii*.1 project, in
»IikIi tin dominion gowrnment
mighl ...iisistuuli  .issist   Wiih
the i.. ..p. ration ol  llu  inuiiiu
palities interested,   (he   prnvin-
1i.1l  .unl  tin   . 1..minion govern
mints,   llu*  project   should   nol
in beyond tin- availabli nsum*
is fm 11*, accomplishment, In
.losing. Mr. Coin.11 declared 11
would prove in ihi interests ol
the provinci .unl 'in 'i..ninii'.11.
ii tin premier, Bir Wilfred Laa
(Continued on Page Fire) THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The last issue "i the B, C,
Gazette contains the following
among other notices;     .lames[^
W. l'.ilinoii.ls, ol l'ciiliiton,   alld
Duncan MacFarlane, oi Riondel, I
Kooteii.i}, arc appointed commissioners lol taking .llllll,lllis
undei the proviuual elections
act, Robert G. Clarki is appointed assistant inspecloi ol
irmt pesis at Vancouver,   Geo,
D. Dcailiiell, jr., ol Di mn.ui Is
land, is appointed justice ol tht
peace. Wm. Stephenson, ol
ijuesiielli Forks, lo be acting
deputj mining recorder, Con
stable Alhol Chas, Dulort, ol
l.illuuci, to be ilipui) gold
commissioner, etc., ua 1,ill....ei
milling division. A.lolph Hi in
er, oi Ti.ul, aiiil Bruce Walker,
ui Kamloops, to be provincial
constables, John W. Arbuckle,
M.l), C.U., to bc resident ph\
ski.ill for Dunn.Ul Island, in
place ol 11. P, Mill.u.l, ..1.1).,
resigned, David A. McDonald,
ul 1-crnie, lo bc iiol.iii | U
Frederick Gusb), ui Rivw'» lu
let, tu in fisheries uverseei and
constable, \ ictor John.lio, oi
New Westminster, lo bc iishuics ovcrscei and provincial con
stable.
Notice is given ui ilu cancel
Lit ion oi resent on lands un
Gambiel island.
lion. Ur. Justice Clement and
HUH.     All.     .)UStll.l      Ma all I.S,.11,     ,Ul
Vacation judges 111  lllc  supreme
court at \ ancouver, snd will tii
at lo.jo a ni. everj Thursday.
Arthur Howe, >>i Chemainus,
butcher, and James A. Baxter,
oi Nanaimo, contractor, havt
assigned iur ilu benefit ol Iheii
creditors.
The lollowing companies havi
been incorporated * Fletthei
Hius., Limited, musical instru-
msnls, etc.; l iraham Island De
velupuunl   Cumpaiiy,   Limited,
Ki uic River fruit Company,
I limited i
The lollowing applications an
made i'.i water records. Alircd
Aasley, merchant, Toronto, 5
ia to uil.ii ua pa second un
iiunii creek; Joseph Chew,
lumberman, \ ancouvcr, 40 cubit
iui per suoiiil liom l'ollaih
uuk, Howe Sound; J. 11. Hot)
son, mining engineer,  yuesnel
Forks, 5  miner's inches inun
lil.uk Bear and Spanish creeks;
Walter Langley, rancher, Ash
croft,  18 illlui  leet per sen,n.i
Irmn twuth fork ol Hat creek,
3000 acre lei 1 foi storage out 01
llu  soiilh l,,ik ol II.il  .leek anil
Mom dug.,n Jack's creek;    25
1 ubii leel per second irolll Oregon Jack's uuk, ami 30 cubic
lest per second irom  Oregon
Jack's   1 leek   all   in   iln K.iin-
loops division; J.ums jj, Rear,
\ ancouvcr, general agent, 50 cu
Lie feet p.i second from White-
man's creek, Vale county; Van
.oiivu Power company, limited,
800 cubii- feet per second from
Aiisliluei river, North Ann Bur-
rard Inlet, Indian uver.
Applications arc inv ited from
civil and hydraulic euginccrs,ioj
the position ol chuj water cum
missiouer, at a munihly salar}
"i {230, applications addressed
tu the dual cummissiuiicr ol
lands, to In received up lo snd
Uiiluding Saturday, August   1 ;.
Tui thare h) ihe
in sksre   luu ■■ a
there In tho -aprilcr
111.**.!' M.l Purr I'.ui.K
.iinin* , ... ||lve.
It is in. hard thing to
maki .1 p.mil that
lool ■ ■; *! 111 ilia 1 ..i>
or * un li good in
the a and
YOUi   ildi ' lell the
allll' I'l I, ba 1*  I'* ll.lll.l.
Bul it i-* nol 10 easy to
1 the purest
mati rials in the most
expert way   and then
1      Id   one   special
ii ■  lii ni   g real ly
painl < 1 i f0
I that * what vou
get when you buy
MI PIRE
"L PAINT
'
ii: f
. Color
1     Lit 111,'al. ,.f Toronto,
full stock at
NORIII VANCQUVU
tURDMRI f0„ I ID
I  .".ll      t.-.*llls
DAIRY
NOKIII . . .
VANCOUVER .
Phone 126      Store 111 1st street east
I i■inl.ilili'i'il Belt IJnalllli Supplial
Eveaiag deliver) of duy'a milk
Cream, Butter, mnl tee dean (applied
WM. PHILIP, Prop.
ATENTS
IROMPltYJ.ECURED.
We ..'li.it the ttlisiin*** of Milliitnilill.-ra.
Rn,il'i*.r*atlil nther. wli.. re.lite the iiilvi-uiliil-
iv of li.vJDg* their I'li.-iit hnrioHi ti.tiMcle.1
l.y liiperU. Pii-limlnnry idvlic lire. Charge,
uiial-tate. llurln.ent.a. - A*ala,i* a a rr.
nutt MirionaMnrli.il, Hei'd., NrwV.irk l.ite
I'.I,.I  M.,nlia*al'aioa-l'..l.{.,i|l„n  I1C.U4M.
ARRANGEMENTS  FOR   1900
Sept. 11—Exhibition,proincn,i.l.
concert in evening.
Sept. I a—Exhibition,  dance in
evening.
Oct. 13—Dance
Dec. 1—Dance
1910
Jan    —Poultry show
Date of lectures will be published as arrangements are
made.
For terms and engagement ..(
Hall, apply to w. L. Keene,
15th street, or phone 23.
lor Boot and Shoe Repairing
and l iisioni Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Root Maker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hall
I. O. O. F
Pioneer
Bakery
S. H. Walker,  ■
J. W. BALMAIN
UlVlt.   ■NUUUSSM
i;u.ii.U'.i Surveyor and Ari'lulecl
mu; 111 VAHOOUVJUU
I OR M VI I
M.u, ui io.11,.in.   Mv Bouth .\lri.aii
i«i.r,in I...in,iv luml certificate,leseed
by Uw |ii*(i,iriiii,*iil ni ll.e li.l. ri.ir, ni-
i.iii.i . |i 1 liar .i.'n .ia r,-- .■! .my Domla*
1..11 Laud aa|i. ii lm a■ 111 r> in alberta, Baa-
..ii, ia.ii.ia, a,1 Manitoba, Any pereou
...ir iiie igu "i It nam. Man i,r Human
, .in inquire lliii laud uilh thli 1< rlifl
a.ii*.   1.1 ,inu.a iilai    *    t- ll,   tt nn*
a,r uui' I., b. I I.l.i 1.Ill', I.il Sluiler
Street, I'oi >utu, Unlario.
Hoard ni" Trade
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
M, meets every Thursdny evening, corner Lonsdale avenue ami
First street, at 8 o'clock. Visiting ibi'cthron cordially invilcd to
attend. A. L. Clements, N.G.;
Thos. S. Nye, Ree.-sec; J. II.
Pilling, Fin.-sec.
60   YEARS'
EXPERIENCE
Fiesh Bread daily delivered
to all parlt ul the city,
ib bavin ior (1
4 ior 25 centi.
TRY OUR MILK BREAD
HIGH GKADE CAKE
PASTRY, BTC
PIONEER BAKERY
moni 8       71 Lonsdale Ave
Tradi Murks
DcsiONe
Copyrights ic.
lml ..ndlni • .ketch and dtwrtpu™ mtr
qui* al. u.ert.in our oi.i.ili.Q frtaj wbiilur »n
Iht.iii1.'d la pr.,e.iti*iT i.kiuik h^Ik. Coniniuiiln-,*
ii.aii. 1111011 jnoMa-ni.«!• HANDBOOK on l-u.nu
**nt tr*a, 01'le.t .-i-nry fnl .fnillli* |»t..l«.
I'llrull l.li'ii thmu.ll Muiaii t Co. tKaalrl
■aaj-U|aw|IC«,«lt*l,>lltcll>%'ia,aUttl«
Scientific American.
ihtfrisom-Dr tlliwir»t«lwo«?kl7. UMMM) at-
■ailation nf any irleunne J'-urntL Terma M
, ana-la. I '•'■■ 9 J99T, p. -taiiti pWWld,    M.I bl
aU m!W».W»lrr».
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S,  II. STUS'KY
W.  I.   MOUHIHIIN
I.   IIAllllY
Sole agenli for Murescn, the bent
iiiiituriiil for Willi atul Mtllngl
Phone R«0
W. H. STONEY ®- CO.
signs of every description
Wallpaper*, PainU, Oils, Varnishes, Ac.
Housi: Ptinting, Glazing, Ptpw Hanging, Kalsomining
Decorating, etc .
Saletv Deposit Boxes to Rent.  Salety Deposit Iloxei to Kent
Aotlil Exiculor, TruitM, Liquidator Recaiven and Anlgo..
Court Bind! Iiiuad
4°o
INTEREST
Paid.in   ilii|..isit,i,  |.,'iii|ii.iiinlt'd
four tiiiieti yearly.
Pali Booka laaual
^ io
t.o. HAltXARI), I'liainnan
HON. P.CARTKK-CO'.TON, I'liainnan of  Kiwiilivi
I. J. I'lllHSON, Manai-iir 1.0. WAIN WRlliHT, Secretary
(iraiirille Manaioni Blivk, corner Rotin.ui ami Granville
P, l). Ilui .Hi:l Phune 99
rn
a
!
Salety Deposit Hoxes to Kent. Salety Deposit Boxes lo Rent
IIS
Land Notice
3rd street, cor  Lonsdale ave
North Y.inii.mer Board oi
Trade meets llu- third Tuesday
oi each month, at 8 o'clock p.
111., in the board room, City
Hull. Exeiiilive meets the lint
Tuesday ol each month. D. G.
Dick, President; J. R. .1. Murray, Secretary.
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITAL
n
THE MISSES DAWSON
Certificated Surgical, Medical ind
Man nm- Norm
Num Suit Out Ofl Application
K.,r  i.Tin-   ii|i|ii.i   .1!   llu- II.-iiiui
t'a.r. Ifth Stmt4 St. Andrew'! kt*.
PHONE  (.*»
New    Uestiuil.al.i     i'„tnd   I) s-
tnct.  District ol .miv Wcsi-
uiiuster.
Take notice that B. A. Has
well ol Vancouver, B. C, oc:u-
pdtion broker, intends to appa',
ior permission to purchase uic
lollowing described lands:—Second Gordon Pasha Lake. Commencing at a post planted al
the south west corner ol timber
liu-nse 1476K, thence noilh 40
chains,   thence  wesl Ko chains, Tool Bhatpenittf. -1 speiulti
thence south So chains more  or I	
less to shore ol lake, thence*  a-
long shore oi lake to point  oi,
commencement.
ELLIOT A. HASWKLL
M.iv 12th, 1909.
B1.ACKSM1TIIING
HORSESHOEING
STEEL WORK
CARRIAGE WORK
IU. ETC.
Call
and wc will explain how lo keep
cool on ironing dais.
Then   there   arc  certain  good
features about our
HOT
POINT
ELECTRIC
IRON
wc would like in ii-ll vmi about
WEDDING
RINGS
iin Musical limes, Lond Eng
ul .inn. 1 1, contains ilu lollowing  iiiui.   "According lo l,.
Aliiii'.u.l, ,1 choii .ai mi) lu
di,ms lcieiitl)   pulniiiHil
Messiah," .it Port Simpson is
British Columbia, 1 he soloists
»iH ol tin name race, sad the
mnl is said tu havi attrai ted
,1 crowded audience is whii h ua
lives liom iln neighboiing dl
nuts prepondi rated, J he iui
..ss oi the noik u.is mi greal
with ilns .iinin nu ol Redskins,
ol whom in know, iiiulli Ir.in
noicls, .nul uliniii in imagine
in be unh.,m 1 ulturc. ' 11..
■ami Usui oi the Musii l til lee
a..ni,ims ,1 paragraph staling
that .Messrs. Challeu Havi inadi
.1 pianoforte ipeciall) foi usi 111
the sab"Mi ol S. S.  Earl Chi ,
hiiiii bi niilii oi the Canadian
government, The case 1 l> sti
uiiilly linishid in Mtlnwood,
uilh maple panels, and  lllc 111*
stiuniiiu ii,i* 11 most artistic
appeari
Kondaj  aiti moon lhe inlanl
son oi .luhn Pratt ol thi    il
ii .is buiied  in  the  Mountain
Vnn iiimi' 1 , Vancouver,
ATTENTION
Builders & Contractors
Lumber will ami beeheip-
er.   Got in on  tin- ground
lloor     Build ii""'
**.   Oni  *.»n Kiln
.in.*.l llwrini and li"'«l'
iniiiRHift.il
unn VDncouier ornce. 59 Lons oie-. Plume if
Mid-i.vnii ( cl , Hi
i
GRCCERIES
PRoVlslo^s
BOOTS AND SHOES
OEplTS' fOrNisH'Ncs
Our aim is to give IStill n inui
to our i ustoni rs
Our deliver] goes to all parts ol
the i in ll n.n lun. n*a tr|r*
phone leu.' iinir n.iiiic and
our ib liven mil call,
DODDS 4%
TYSON
I ell phone 41
1 an sii, st ud Lonsdsle
BRITISH COLUMBIA  BLBC-
IMC RAILWAY CO, LTD.
SEVBNTBEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle as many more.     If you ate thinking of building
sre us and talk the matter over
CAMPBELL ii* MILLER
'iilfi Lonsdale Ave.
North Vsncouver
,yi/*/^>->'VVVVViVi/VV*V^
Cates' Wharf
Are bought lor, but not by women, yet the [air sex are often
consulted about the purchase,
or llit-y should be. Wedding
rmns cannot be mo good in
a|ualiiy- they sre sol everyday
|nii' buses. We hav. lliem in
heavy solid gold, guaranteed
io last a long lifetime. In
olher stiles of rings ue easily
take the lead ia vsriety, quel
ity and low prices.    Hu)  nur
|, ui In hi 1. and vm will c,et
the lusi value ll r ynu money.
GRASSJE&CO.
318 Cambie Street
poor OP liOOKRS AVE.
NORTH VANCOUVER
Dockage for Steamer!
Warehouse Accommodation lor all purposes
SAND, LINE, BRICK,  CIHIM, (iRAVEL
C04L and LIMBER
Good! delivered if desired. Prompt service
APPLI AT OFFICE ON WHARF
Or at Rooms IS  and   13,   1-lark  Block,   Vancouver
PHONE 3099
The prettiest pan 0
\   * ouver.
North Lonsdale
5<ixi,*tJ feet Lots
$300
North
AH loi. m ss ij lo clr.ir
W.il'i   .md
S. rn..
Ivl.iim   Light
i ih, bslsm.- ' ll
and 14 months
I have one double i ornei led,
a. I'niiiii "I facing south, >f)5o.
Sole    Agent   for   the   Nye
Sl ho I In be built at once on
King Sli. el.
Beleel one now.     There ire
50 yet to pii k from.
Addition
t.
!V(M\    LOUTET     213 Lonsdale Ave,     Telephone L89
NORTH
VANCOUVER EERRY TIME TABLE
STBAMft
Leave Van.
•b.JO a.m.
BT. OBOROB
STK. NOKTIl vancim'm.k;
Leave K. Van.
Leave N. Van.      Leave Van
•6.45 a.m.
•6,10 a.m.       '6.45 am.
7-3"   "
K.30   "
7-5°  "
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•7.20   "           •S.oo   "
8.20   "            8.50   "
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9.20    '            9*45   '
10.45   "
10.15   "           10.45   "
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11-45   "
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12.45 P*m-
12.15 P*m*       u45 l'i'1-
;   1.13 "
1.45   "
115   '             ''45   '
1  1.13 "
2-45   "
2.15   "            2.45   "
!     J.I3 "
3-45   "
3-15  "           345  "     !
MS
4-45   "
4-15   "            4 45   "
SIS   "
5.45   "
5-15                 5*45   '
b.15
6.45   "
6.15   "            6-45   "
7*25   "
7-45   "
7-25   "            7-45   '
8*15   "
y.15   "
8*45   "
9-45   '
N.15   "            »-45   "
9.15   "            9-45   '
10.15
10.45   "
10.15   "           10.45   "
11.15   "           12.00
•11.15   "
•n.45   "
• Not C
n Sunday.
Time Table subject to ih
in j;.' without notice. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
The aldermen were- all present
arith the exception of Aid.Hraim
at tlic regular session of the
city council, Monday evening.
Mayor May presided.
Communications were read as
follows: From R. W. Hodgson
live stock commissioner, acknowledging receipt of letter inviting Major .lames Shepherd
to address the council during
his lour in the autumn,and promising a date; liled.
From Westminster Iron Works
ofiering to provide garden seals
at J125 per dozen; liled.
From P. A. Allan, pressing
Ior action in clearing dangerous
lots adjacent to his houses,vi/..,
lots 27, block 153; lot 48, block
154; lot B, block 165, all in D.I,.
274; and also thai llie .standing
timber at Uic comer ol 1st
street and St. George's avenue
be felled. Owners to bc notified
and failing prompt action,council to have work done at expense of owners.
From Martin & Smith, on behalf of W. A. Watson-Taylor,
requesting improvements to the
ditch at the southeast comer of
1st street and St. George's ave ;
referred to board of works.
From Fraser & McNabb, re
furnace in city hall, advising
tliat the grate is broken; clerk
to order new grate.
From Mrs. F. Hriiiiacombc,
reqneetlng opening up of 6th
street from St. Andrew's to St.
David's avenue, as she desires
lo build upon her property in
that locality; referred to board
ol works.
From S. A. Fletcher, government agent, New Westmiostcr,
advising council of receipt of applications for water records and
acceptance of date named lor
the hearing. The- city solicitor,
lhe cilv engineer and Aldermen
Dick, SchulU and Young were
appointed a committee to rcpic-
sclit the city at the hearing.
From Dr. Campbell, iliuli, il
health olhccr, calling attention
to lllc need ol a dumping ground
as owners who have been order
ed lo dean up their lots wanl
to know where to deposit the
same; board ol works to rc|iorl.
From Taylor, Ilulnie & limes
enclosing statement ol i latin
upon behall of the Diplock-
Wright I.uiiilior Coinpanv, lor
expenses and damages ill connection with bush lires 111 June,
amounting to $748.;y Clerk
io reply that council acknowledges nu rcsponsilulily.
From I. P. Dans, ol Davie,
Marshall *c Mac.Neill, re l.u.il
improvement bylaw, to the ellect that he concurs in the opm
ion ol thc city solicitor, to llu
ellect that certain portions ol
thc bylaw arc ultra vires, and
recommending that the bylaw
lie amended to conform to the
municipal clauses act. On motion oi Aid. Schult/ and Dick,
the bylaw was relerred to the
eity solicitor, to be amended -..
as to conform to the municipal
clauses act. Solicitor to lie requested to have same ready (or
next Monday evening
Aid. McNeish inquired il am
information uas in hand mth
relerence lo lhc. intentions ol llie
.Icnkins-McDougal boiler com
pany. Aid. Dick intimated that
lie was iiiinlliiiallv inhumed
that the loiiipany intends locating at North Vancouver.
Mayor Mav called up the nut
ter of the proposed aiiiciidiiienl
ol the license hil.m , so ,,s tn
provide lor Sundav 1 losing nl
li.itlooms, whiih had been laid
over lor a lull mutiul Meting
Aid. Young and Schultz Moved
Ihal the motion re a lull council meeting be ttsiiiided, and
that council lake a ballot on t|c
amendment oi the bylaw. Aid.
McRae objected to vote by ballot on this subject. The motion
was then divided and that part
oi it to rescind was carried. The
other portion with reference lo
a ballot failed to secure- a seconder.
Aid. SchulU was of opinion
that the liotelkccpers should be
heard with relerence to the proposal, and thai they should oe
invited to address tllc council.
Alayor May Stated that the liotelkccpers had the same righl ss
anyone else lo approach the
council at auy time, but he ,lnl
not think that Ihey should 11
invited by the council to do so.
Aid. Dick thought that Uu,
lirsldass  hotels  could  not    bs
maintained ia the city, were
they closed doii 11 tight oil Sunday.     The resolution oi tin
mass niccling requested llial
conditions here bc made lhc
same- as conditions in Vancouver, bul he considered that llu .
uere much battel at the presiiu
lime than conditions 111 llial
city.
Aid. Dick and .McNeish uioied
lhat the- mallei be laid over, to
give tllc olher side an Opportunity to bc heard and lor a nil
council meeting, Aid. Young
remarked that, in lhat case,
those who iavorcd the propo**ed
uiiiciidinelit would want lo Ik
heard also, and an undesirable
discussion would probably re-
suit. The motion was withdrawn and AH*Dick moved that
Aid. McNeish aud Schult/. be a
committee- to look into the mailer, and sec u ihe provincial
provisions arc uol sufficient to
meet thc case. This motion
did uol senile a seconder.
Mayor May heie iuterposed,tO
lllc ellect that no progress was
being made and declared lhe
discussion dosed.
1'. Larson 11,1s iluii given opportunity to address ilu- council
and in a short ipeach presented
the case ol tllc holellliell. lie
pointed out that the hotel property ill lhe city represents a
large iiiiiisliiicnt oi capital and
that two lirslilass hotels miild
nol -be maintained williout the
bar trade. II lhe hotsls Wtti
closed down tight 011 Siinda1
lhe prolils limn lhe bar' tra.U
would be grealli   lesseilul     Tin
hotels are run in au orderly
manner and ihe Sundaj trade is
carefully   controlled.      ll   .mv
drunkenness uere sun mi Sim
day, it was due 111 main i.ises
to the fait thai liijiint uas
brought over wilh ihose uho
1.line uilnss lhe Illlel    The ilns*
ing oi the 'bars on Sundav 11 as
not necessary under tin dream
sluiius II the uli had several suoinllate salnnlls, uhiih
were dillicull to COBtTOl, Uncase would be dillerent. Tllc
time had not yet ami id uin 11
the step contemplated was necessary.
TllV nutter uas then laid over
lor future consideration
Dr. Yeruer personailv request
ed that the lot adjiiliung his S< «
iisidence be cleared ol inlln-.ii-
uia'.lc material, ,.s u is danger
OUS.     Qert to llotlh  oil lur allll
il no action taken, mtiiitil   in
act.
The  board nl imiks  recoiu
mended thai  inllliill pi.net.I   at
..nu* 11 nh tin completion ol ihe
uii street Lmprovtmcata,     Oe
mon.hi Um iiti engineei u.is In
siniited io estimate iln   iiu':*
shale ill   the  u,,ik   and   proceed
«iiinn the munii ipal clauses a. I
i.. carry on ilu- work.
A lengthy discussion ensued
aeon Uh desirability ol pulling
ill the siiuis uhili  llu  iinik 1,n
iln street uas pnigieeelug, in
order to prevent tearing up Um
streui aini 11 uas graded iln
motion of Aid. Young ami Mi
RaC.  11   uas   du ninl    Ihal    lhe
llnlk   bl   llnlll    l.l    .1.11    I,ill..I,
Water Notice
NOTICK is hereby given that
an Application will be made under Part V. oi "The Water Ail,
lyoy," lo obtain a license in the
Yancouver Division ol New
Westminster District.
The applicant is the Corpora
lion oi the District oi North
Vancouver.
The  name ol  the  stream   is
The Sister Creek."
The poinl oi diversion is in
D. I,. 1071.
The quantity ol water applied
lor is one cubic lool per second.
The character ol the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake and
Waterworks system.
The waler is lo bc used ulili-
111 ilic District ol North Vancouver.
The water is lo be used lor
domestic and municipal purposes, subject lo existing records.
The boundaries and area ol
lhe Districi oi North Vancouver
arc set lorth iu the letters pal-
eiil ol Incorporation dated lolh
August, lSyi, and published in
the li. C. Gazeite, but excepting
he area of the Ciiy oi North
Vancouver specified in Schedule
li ol the North Vancouver City
Incorporation Act Amendment
1907.
The approximate number of
inhabitants of the District at
present is 2000.
This notice was posted on the
2nd day ol July, iyoy, and applicatioa will be made to tin
Commissioner on the 3rd day ol
August, 1909, at 11 o'clock,a.111.
The riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose- lands
an likely to bc afiected by tiie
proposed works cither above or
below the outlet is W. J. Irwin,
Ban,
The Corporation of the District of North Vancouver.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
• ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
♦ NORTH VANCOUVER
1 ampl-rll ,1 lli-iiarl
I'n.(.rial..i.
STEAM
LAUNDRY
Everything new ind  up indite.     All clasics ol  leundrj
work lor hoteli, homes, individuals, etc.
Pirst-clSSS work ny  liteil ind h**«.t  methods,     City md
disit 11 delivery.    Modente chare,. ■
llivo your LiiinbryWntal.la.il' locally,
HI Ml 011 Iti IMI WORkS:
llth Streei, I ail
DOttN I ous iiiiiii
">"  I ii.imI.iI.    i*,
Water Notice
NOTICE is hereby given that
an Application will be nude under Part V. oi "The Water V l,
1909," to obtain .1 ltulise 111 lhe
Vancoaver   Division   ol    .sew
Ucsniiinstei District.
The applicant is the Corpora
lion oi lhc Dislriel of nortli
Vancouver.
Thc name oi the siicain is
"The- Seymour River."
Thc point ol diversion is 111,11
lhc South boundary ol D. 1,. 82b
Un qu.mnl) ol 11,Ucr applied
ior is -i\ hundred and hit) cubk
leel per second.
The character ol the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake and
Waterworks s)slciu.
The water is to bc used wr.h-
111 the District oi North \ a ic >,i
ver.
The'water is to be used lor
domestic and liiuilklpal purposes, subject io existing records.
lhe boundaries aud urea ol
lhc District ol North Vaiuouui
are set lorth 111 the letters pat-
uu ni Incorporation dau-d loth
August, ta')i, and publisiiui ,.
the ll. C. Ga/eitc, but excepting
the area ol lhe Cm ol North
\ ancouvei specified in Schedule
1. ni iln North Vancouver Cit)
Incorporation A.i Amendment
1907.
lhe approximate numbel ol
inhabitants oi the District .a
present is .-.hu..
This nniiu eras posted on iln
.'9ih day ol .lime, 1909, aim ap
plication mil be in.nli in in.
Commission! 1 mi ilu* inl da) ..1
August, I'|.m, al 1 1 o 1l.11 k,a 111
iiu* riparian proprietors u
licensees ulm m  erhooe lands
ale llkil) In la, allulul l.y llu
|i|i.j..isul Works i Hln I .il.nii nt
i-clow lhe oiilb t ale iliu Si i
mour Indian kescrn.
Ihe Corporation ol Lh Dis
nut ni North \ancouver,
ALE\. PHILIP, CM C
for is two cubic feci per second.
The character ol the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake and
Waterworks system.
The water is to be Used iv lllllll the District of Norih V anciu-
ver.
The water is to be used kr
domestic and municipal purposes, subject to existing records.
The boundaries and area ol
the District of North Vancouver
are set lorlh in the letters patent ol Incorporation dated loth
August, 1891, and published is
the It. c. Gatette, but excepting
lhe area ol the City oi Norih
Vancouver specified in Schedule
11 ol the North Vancouver City
incorporation Act Amendment
1907.
The approximate number ol
inhabitants oi the District at
present is 2000.
This nolice was posted on the
Jbth day ol June, 1909, and application will bc made to lhc
Commissions! on lhe 3rd day ol
August, 1909, al 11 o'cloc'a.a.iii.
The riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whose lauds
are likely to be allccled by Uie
proposed works are Thc estate
ol the late Dr. Carroll, The
North Vancouver Brewery Company and Messrs. Lonsdale aud
Fell.
Thc Corporation oi lhc Districi ol Norlli Vancouver.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C.
Canyon View Hotel
Water Notice
NOTICE is hereb)' given that
an Application will bc made under Part V. oi "The- Water A.l,
1909," to obtain a license in the
\ ancouver   Division   ol     New
Westminster District.
Thc applicant ta the Corpora-
lion ol ihe District ol Noiih
Vancouver.
The name of tlic stream is
"The Capilano River."
The point oi diversion is tin-
old Capilano Dam in D. 1.. n;,*
The quantity oi waler applied
for is sixty-eight cubic feel pel
second.
The character of the proposed
works is a Dam, Intake and
Waterworks s)Slelu.
The water is lo lie used Within lhe District ol Norlh i .u.oii-
ver.
The waler is lo be used lor
domestic and municipal purposes, subject lo existing morils.
The boundaries and ana ol
thc District ol Norlh Vancouver
are set forth in the letters patent ni Incorporation dated iota
August, 1891, and published in
ihe li. C. Otusttc, but executing
lhc area ol the Cit)   nl   North
Vancouver specified In Schedule
li of the North Vancouver City
Incorporation Act Amcndjiicni
1907.
The approximate number of
mii,il.Hants of the Dislriel at
pi 1 suit is 2000.
This nnllu uas posted oll lllc
30II1 day ol Jane, I909, and ap-
plli.llliill will   be   111,nli    tn    lhe
Commissioner mi the jrd da) ol
August, 1909, at 11 o'clock,a.111.
The riparian proprietors or
licensees who or whoos lands
,in likely to be afiected by Un-
proponed u..iks are the City ol
Vani ouver, The ll. I Kb. irk
Compuy and the Capilano Part
Company.
The  Ciirpni.iiimi  rn  iln   In
niii ol North Vancouvi 1
ALEX, PHILIP, 1 m C
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Hater Notice
NOTICE is Iiiiilu  giun lhat
aii Application mil be made un
der Part V. of "The Water Acl,
lo obtain 1 lio bm in thi
Vancouvei Division ol Nee
Vestmiaatm District
The applicant is ilu* Corpora
1 mn ol iln Distini ol .North
Valiiouver.
Tin n.ii 1 tin   stream is
'The M.nK.,1  Uuk "
The point ..i .im rsion is la
Lot 24, Jlhnk 11, I)  I.  600
] he quantity ol water applied
WAI ttt NOllCt
caimla.no
.1
MV    *       'Safe'''
•S tim
THE FINEST TOURIST RESORT ON THE
B C. COAST
AUTOMOBILE STAGE meets everj cars! end of Keith
Road Line, Nortli Vancou,. 1.
Kates t2 511 per day and upwards.
LARSON,
Proprietor,
F, CANCELLOR,
Maniger
WANTED
Furnished ami Unfurnished Uousei to Kent In
Nortli Vanoouver, We hnve rented tlie last n
our list and havt* further application!.
Send particulars ll mice to
ALEXANDER SMITH £» CO.
Lonsdale- Av-nue
Phones- OffioeM House 22
(d) The 1)11.111111) ol uali l
applied lol' is 40 cubic leel pel
second,
(e) The character of the proposed works is a Municipal wa-
uncorks suppl).
(1) The- plc-UUses oil ulilil:
lllc ualc-r is lo be used Is all
that aiea included within lllc
.iluniupal linuls ol lhe Cil) ol
.Norlli 1 ancouver, comprising
District Lots 544, 543, 540, -,,,
54«. 54V, J5o, 55**. -^5. J7»i ^4,
iry aud bib.
(tj)    The purposes lm   uliiih
lhc WatSf  is to  be Used ale do*
mesne aiid 111u11icip.il purposes.
(h)     The boundaries ami an a
ol ihe Municipality oi the en)
ol .Norih Vancoaver is ail thai
aiea sel lorlh 111 bihciluii     I*
oi the "North Vaacoavei  en)
incorporation Act Aim minimi
Act 1907."
(i) Thc approximate imm
ber ol Iniialiilaiils 111 tin* till
ol North Vancouver is 3,500.
ij) Tills Uotlie uas posted
011 the Ulli da)' ol June, lyoy,
aiid application will be made to
the Commissioner oil lhc ,1.1
da) ol August, iyoy.
t,k;    The llalncs and a.l.llessis
oi any riparian Proprietors  ■
Licensees who or whose lands
are likely to be alieitcd   I.) lhc
proposed works either above M
la-low lhe Oul-lcl is ' lhe Cor-
poration nl the Citj ol Vaacoo
ver and thc Coiporatinn nl iln
District ol North > ancouvei
CitJ nl North \ .minimi
TIIomas SHEPHERD
CitJ  link
P.O. Addiess  North Vancouvi 1
NOTICE is heiiby given (hat
an application will be mide
limit'! l'arl V. oi the "Watei
Ail IM)" tn obtain a Incuse in
the Vancouver Disin. 1 nl Neu
Westminster,   ti   tnk.,   dun I,
convey antl use water  In the
l Hi nl North Yum..mer.
(a)    Tlic name, sddreee  and
occupation oi the applicant   is
"The Corporation ol llu Cilj 0
Korth Vancouver."
ib)    The name id the sin.tin
Irom which the water is propon
ed in bi delivered 1* the "8ey
now kiver."
it; The point ni diversion is
about nne-haii unit above the
intake oi the Cid ,,1 Vaacoavei
nul the elevation above Hutui-l
Inlet is 510 leet.
above the Intake of iJic City oi
Ninth Vancouver. The cleve-
11011 above Hurrard Inlet is 830
feet.
(d) The quautily of water
applied ior is 17 cubic ieet per
second.
(\t) Till- illalaitii ol the plo-
posed woiks is a Aluuicipal wa-
leruorks suppl).
(I;    The  premises  ou   uuich
lhc water is lo bc used   is   all
Uiai aiea included wiihiu   tbe
| .Municipal limits ol the City ol
North    Vancouver,   compiling
'nisiiict Lots 544, 545, 54b, 54),
54», 54V, o5o, 55**>. 2t>5, 271. 274.
i-y and bib.
'g) The purposes lor uhlch
the waler is lo lie used arc domestic and municipal purposes.
(h) ilic boundaries and area
ol Ua Municipality ol tne til)
ol North VMCOtVel is alt that
alia sel lorlh in .Schedule "b
ol lhe "Norih Vancouver City
Incorporation Acl Amendment
Act iyo7."
•i)     The  approximate   nuin-
iiii oi Inhabitant! m |Ma City
oi North Vancouver is 3,500.
(j; ilns Notice was posied
on lhc 10tli day ol June, lyoy,
and applicaiiou will be made to
tin iniiuuissiniier 011 llie 3rd
ila)  ol August,  lyoy.
'kj The names and addresses
il all) li)a.ill,ill piojiiiclols or
licensees who, or uiiosc lauds
are llkel)   to lie alleilcd by   tbe
proposed tvorhs either aliove or
iiclmi   lhc tlutlcl, l.s lhc   Col-
poratioo ot nu cny oi North
lalliolliil  alld  lhc   1'lopllclols
in and   ol   Diatrict   Lols   lull.,
yyy, and 1363.
Citj ni North Vaacotver.
THOMAS Mli.rni K.
Clly CTcik.
I'll    Addiess    Nm lh  Valliollicl
HAIIIt NOTICE
NOTICK is hereby |ivca thai
an  applicatioa  uill  in* madi
iimlel   nit    V.  nl    llu       Watei ;
Aii ieo|" to obtain 1 licenai la
llu- Valiiouver Dislriit ol Nui
Westminster,   lo   take,   dimi
nun fi   atul   use  water  in   the
City ol North Vam mini
(a) The n.iim . sddreee end
occupation ol tin applicant is
"The Corporation ol ths c Itj ol
Nnrlh Vancouver."
(b) The lialile nl the sin,mi
Until uhilll tile Watei  is |.l.a|...s*
.'i 1.. Ik- delivered  is ' l,urn
Creek."
(c) Thc point oi diversion 1
about one and onc-quai'. r mill i
Land Nolice
New UeslminsUi Land Di»-
tilct. Distiict ol New West-
iniuslei.
lake uolice that William Dal
/nl Duke ol North Vancouver,
ouiiputii.ti bi nicer,intends to ap*
pi) ini |.eimission to purchase
lhe lollowing described lands.—
II..1M Mine I,ale ^utst shore).
tniiiiiieticing at a post planted
due wesl ot a barren rock 70
)alds OUI in lhe Unlseslmc lake
in a little ba) on the uesl shmr
ol same lake, thence west 40
chains, thence south 80 chains,
thence east 40 .hains more or
less to shore oi lake, thence
na,1 ih along shore of lake to
point ol inmiiiincciucnt
Wll.I.lAM DAI./.lia Dfki;
May 15th, ic/09. THI E.XPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
North Vis. OUVSS, U   C.
Rath oi Bcmcsiptioii i
One year Jl.UU
Hii months   • • •       .50
Three monthi     • ■ -*''
I'nited statu.* anal Forilgn,|l,Mper*,eir
.II.VKKTISIM.  RATES    I	
TaAM*«itM Dun ii  AiimiTiHMim* [aalu
Mi a*.'iit. pet null I'a.ii InMftlon, '
l.a.ua.K NOTtCSSi Bit—11.00 per inrli per
month.
Land ami Tim m.i: ttoTICSI   Ndayi, I'.;
Ndijri ,|7.J0.
LSSALAWSSnuW    lir-l   111-1TI1..11, 111
rent, per llnl I .'."'li lubeequenl inner*
tion, M, per Inn'.
HlAIIIM,   Null'.-   IS   l.i'HI    Nuns (.'ill.*
i hmi— III .'i'iii* pi-rlim ..in la 111-,TliuII.
Comtkaci AoruniaUiin-i—Ealu «r
rang."I Kcordinj Ic -I'.i'i- takes,
Alliliaiiia-i'Siii luiilriuTailverlKi'iiii'iil.
muit  be in llu' Ii.iml-.nf llu* primer l'i
Wednceda* ivwiingtoinniw publication
in the seal mtue.
Nokiii Van.... .SB. Ji Ll 2$, 10,01)
WATEI  RECORDS
The .iilluli i.l  lile ill}   .mil ol
the distiii 1 council, in applying
lor additional water records on
the several streams which carrj
doiin tin iimi (rom th. water-
sinii immediatcl) tributary io
North Vancouver, .m.l all ol ihe
lellil..!} ..I llllllll lies lllllllll
the bounds   ol   lllc   .llslllil     .a|
North Vancouver, is wine and
opportune,    in p..mi ol [act,
11.an th.it iiu matter has lum
blOUjjIll   pll.lllllllllll}      1..     pill.Ill
attention, Un iu.ii.l.i is that
Miili .iiii.iii was in.1 taken beion
this.
ll  is Mill   lll.lt   Sol ill   \ ,illi,Ul
\ci .sh..ui.I In mil} ,iliu lo her
advantages uuh relerence to
water supply, aad lhat sin
should claim lo lhc lull lui
rightiul heritage ia this regard
belore u has bun expropriated
by othei agencies, which would
hun na, ia.uiKui.il  regard  n.i I,
llll     UlllllslS   .al     llll     lllll.Ul       aa|
Uic population thai mil occup)
couver, 1400 Inches; district of
North    Vancouver,   800  inches;
districts oi Burnaby, South
Vancouver .md Richmond, boo
inches in all; total jooo inches,
leaving i,,ooo indies available,
i,)un cress is esUmatsd io
uiu.un  about  fit,  inches   ot
Ol    llllllll    lllc    ill)     ul
.\uiin Vancouvei has recorded
joo inches, uic district oi .souii
vancouvei tli, indies, and me
Uaisunys nnu company ioo w-
ihcs, louamj; mc enure Hon
oi un iiu".   Mosquito creek is
e.slim.uul  lo pioiluc auuUl   j,
uiclies in .ui, ui iiunii time  is
.1 inula ui -'.. incnes, aim uu
aiisiiki ui Norlh \ ancouver has
applied iui uic remaining 1, in
i.ucs.   Cypress neck is eauinat
01 lu give .1 Hull ul :u nu lies,
,lll ul llllllll Is .iltcul) leiiilueii.
.il.uK.i)  ili'iK   is   csUUUlcll   lu
.ij.ii *iiii .1 uuii ui ;i uiiiics, all
01 iwucu is uou   ueing appueu
iul  Ii)   lllc UlsUKl.      lllc cslllil-
,iim uou ui bisin creek is je.
iiKiies, loi all ol iililili lhc insula is making application.
A iceuiil un uic lolal uipacl-
.}  ui idee laKe   lias   original!)
made 1.) lhe district in iyuo,inn
11 uas utter abandoned,    bince
ilial lime Uic ii. C. I'.I. Ky. Co.
uae imu granted 1... un crown
a title iu uu pi opi 11) along oiu
11.ni ui the hue, whieu mignt 01
iinjjiit not aiiu 1 .ni) attempt to
record tin- water in the lake,
llll lllllll) uI Uils 11 .ltd Is llll
llOUbllUl, ll.illcliT, as tllili ilms
.1.1 appear lo be anj outlet  to
me laki an.1 un water is there*
ne stagnant .uui noi lii lor use
Neither is n probabk lhat the
lake iiulllii cicl   He  ol   Use.   lol
lesuioii  purposes, because   ol
llu   l.ul  lllal ll Is slllijeil lo lhe
deposit ui sili iiuin ilic neigh*
ring lulls.
iibul.Ul    lo   lllal    scclloll    ol    	
J 11a * a.   ......*.. - —   1
vuv fn^..™ jV North   Vancoaver,   lacing   Ifce satislactorj  adjustment oi du
the north shore.    It is ouu llulll ),,„,„„ „, Bunard Inkt, lewacea, wiU doubtless prove el-
—————m      a^.^™:. - lulin  lo   tin   h.umoni/iiij;   u
ncii   an,  oi  course,  several 7 , ... .....
Hue    lllal    llll      .uiai     Watei
courses tunning through North L
\ ancouvei repn lent .1 large 11.1-
iu supply, so that under normal conditions there is a cei
taint) ui .iiiipn pi..ir inn loi
domestic, industrial and othei
purposes, loi .1 verj large population, ,ui.l thai .1 largi propoi
lion   Oi   tlllS   lUppl)    laallill    ll.     llll
ill lul ..l,ill,il'li    al   ,1   llillllllllllll
oi  expense,  according   to  Uu
Usual cost ul  lllc installation ol
cine watei  lystcms.    At  ilu
same Uilli, llu suppl)  IS not so
superabundant 1J1.1i North Van
couva can contemplate wilh eq
11.iiiiiiiii) the ,ilh ii.ili'.n   ol   all)
poition Unin.1 iia.ii. uu immediate control ui iln iiiunii 1)1,in
ties upon ilic north shore.
wmu uu one would nu .1 moment advocate interiereuce in
an) waj mih suih records .
hau ahead) bun granted, even
11 smh wen possible, it is nnu
ihilcss apparent lhat gcueroail)
in ims regard has ns limits
Hulls,  and  thai   111   '
Hull 11 1 , highly   llllpll.llllt   1 ll.il
ilu ni) .uiai 11,. ui Lricl ul
-Nwi ili Vancouvei la jjiuii Uh
ownership snd conttul ..i Us
ninii   remaining   walcrsupplj
llulll ihisc sou:
Iii actual ligures, Uu situation
as 11 stands at present 1 ■ as lol
luiis.    In Capilano nm 11 is
csuiiiaiiil thai time is an ,mr
sgi tun oi .iimiii 1300 laches ..1
Water.   01 this, .1 record ol .150
IA Lot on 14th St. I
(CLOSE TO LONSDALE)
FACING SOUTH
With 2 Room House, $620
$500 Cash, balance 6, 12 and 18 months.
f ELDER   MURRAY   CO.
!
I'n. ui 37, Noitv Y.M.'i ii,
Phase S402, Viseeeva
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THE    LONSDALE     I'll ARM AC\
SELLS DRUGS AXD MEDICISFS |
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES    ... f
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TRADE AT HOME
if
GIVE   US A   TRIAL   ON   YOUR f
NEXT ORDER. THOME ig X
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Tht    Sherwin-Willmms    Paintt    Cottr    tht    Earth
The
Sherwin-Williams
Paints
territory within the bounds oi
the municipalities which seek
the ownership thereol, a but
iihiih establishes lor than an
indisputable claim io ihat om,
crship. The graining ol those
applications in mch maaner as
lo ,nlei|ll,ilel)   pKtCCt  such    re*
uilds as ahead}    exisl,   Woulil
appear lo be Iha onl} phase ol
iln in,liter at all open to discus
iion,
The respective applications ol
lhe ill) and iin iiisiuii   ii„u
.1)1)1.1111111}   Ineli  ill,ule  iiUhoui
an) previous consultation, bui
should .111)   scellllllg  niltl!.. I    '..!
  jfoiof Mmvm
nil kind, of MiMi.iii an.l Antuiiie Kurui*
turn, St..re, Office, Kink mil Hnr Kii*
lurui.   Itepauntig in all iu branohei.
ITI I'hlritHI IV., H.l riitila*r*.l(l.l,.l U.uvl.lti
U|i[ii.|ltc I*. hu.il
MAIL oKI'KKS given prompt iltentmn
i iu.se several sources comprise interests develop, ths eaercise ul
lit   total  llnlll   sll).)il)   dllull)   _m Sllim*  solllld  lllcllioils W'lllill
lave hiihcito prevail*!  i<
im lus is held Ia uu Capilano
p.iik compan), 150 inches b) thc
Barrard Inlei  Bums company,
and   I30O inches  li}   tin   ill)'   ol
Vancouver, a total ol 1000 inches; leaving according lo ilns estimate, .ui svailabli eupplj   ol
about 51..1 niilies Seymour
river  is  * ia. avi ragi
aboui jo,ouo  nnl 1   water,
npon wim ii * Inches an   1.
corded ss li Uo* J Van-
reams alone iln 11 est shore ol
11'
\..llll Allll, .HM mie hall ol lllc  -j
al.lllllll   111   llllll.Ill     lllll      IS     llkc-
USt  iiiiiiiii   llie   I...1111.Lilies   ol
ihe district, all oi which arc ol
great valui .m.l .sh..ui.i In can
mil) 11.iiiin.i, in ..niii thai ihe
IIIUI'lSlS ul  tin  dlsllKl   lllllllll,
a( m.i luuiiiui to others
At Uh prcstiil nine bulb the
ui) .nul district an making application lor .1.1.lm..ii.il water
uu.nls 011 all Uu creeks emptying iliiuil) into Burrard Inlet,
.uui 1 in si applications an m-
.lellil)   designed, ami JUslli    so,
lo   colli     Ull     l llllll     lllll,lllllll),
available water suppl) (row
these sources. I'm can has
nun exercised in thes* npplica-
uoiis iu su locale ilu pout ul
anurgettce m each cast,  as  to
.atailli all} lOllllllt iiiiii those
interest*    iiliiili    allcaii)    11 < ■ 1.1
wald records,  mi  ilu   several
111.ilus.
Aii adeqnali wald sand) i"i
.11 purposes is .1 lml i
.a. tu. prosperil) ul ihat popu
luus iiiiiii oi commercial, man
11.uini mg .md industrial actn 1
l) whnh all pro-Nol Ui \ .iiimii
MllllS   lllllll)    llllllll    ,  .    Im   gla.U
Up a,11  Un  in,nh slii.ii 11  I*,
ui prime importance Ihal   thai
1. aii I    SUppl)   be ul  laige   pro-
)..iiioiis and ol ,.n absolute!)
lell.ibll ill.U.uliI and llkt ll Ise
lhat It be Sttch as iall I.i lill
iiiiiii available upon a basis as
	
the iuliicsts ol lhc two uiuiiui*
palitics iu iin present Inetenre,
he supreme need al tills juncture is lllal tllc undivided Uicr-
gles ul lhe ul)  and lhc district
should bc brought to heal    to
secure  lilts  lalllable mHussion,
in lhe common Interests ol the
niiii 11..11I1 shore. Tliis nine
.iimllipllshed,     it    should    nol
move a difficult matter Ior the
intelligence ol these municipalities  to ellul   all  .unliable   ;.,!-
justiiiciit ol their respectivi Interests therein,
Preserving
Fruits
Ol all kinds are now being received.
Huy early to ensure a supply.
Best makes ol
PRESERVING
SLAI.KlilS
and   accessories    always   in
stock.
All lines nl groceries for thc
l>.".| Liiinh tr.ule at   right
]'l|( . -.
C.R.MCKiUN
Lonidale Are mul 8th st
FOR   ALL   KINDS  OF
GOOD    PAINTING
Paine  ®, McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Sob \i;ii.is for Ninth Vancouver
Tht   Shsrwin-Williams   Paintt   Cottr   iht    Earth
BEDTIME  *
Sll UUR
wiMiim
Brass Bedsteads      Iron Bedsteads
laSStaWl |u-*t r.'i',i\i"l ilirci't from ISCtorjl in tl"' net.    'lli.v ail.*
ilaii.lit.il al piietl llial isn't lie litiit
aakheeaf ttt ur,. ayali be the Fstsaai
All Cotton lelt  Mattress       Kestmoro Muttress
We rtl-<, hate a niiinl.-r iit
Seagrass and Rattan Chairs
-uitiil.lai I'.r Veruii'lii or l.ivin*.' Il....ii>
CASH UK (lllllll
CAN OR IRIDII
rm: iiuiiii i iim u;ii iiiiiii: liiiiisiiiiis as_?
New Arrival*
IN
ia. ini mst aiiil subsequent
maintenance, that mil enable
tin., communit) in providi ere
i.l   al   I.ilis  Ihal   ,i:ll iolllpali
musl lavorabl) uuh oilm u.iu-
111 llll It la s   ihal   all   suklllj;   lo   lie
chosen as iln location lm man.
uiai taring plants ,md industrial
a iiiiii in*,   iln applications unit
luili); m,ule Icier tO i.atcrs
ulilill have their soul  I   It,  I ltd
uli** i innn uiuise Ins through,
SUITS
BB8   TIIl-iM    IN    VINDOU
Thei sre Ham blue ami black
ser(;e, lain v liorsled and titled
Sollle nl lllllll hale lhe illll oil
sleeve, kmf l,i)'el, i.Uslli Hulls
ers, in l.n I, a siin tli up lo dali
suit thai was bought t" sell al
51s  and   5ih,   j;.iin-;   lor
$9.25
while they last, snd that won't
 be long	
CUMMINGS
Gent's Clothing,       Furnishings,       Men's,  Ladii i*, snd
Children's BoOtS mil Shoes.
NEXT TO BU1H8' MI-AT MAKKP'.T
SPECIAL S NAPS
run LOTS (IN THIRTEENTH BTREET
Close lo Boulevard.    Cleared.    Jo lij 147, St_■ ,s
each.    One-third cash, bal. t>, 11 and 18 months,
LOT on THIRD STREET
Close lo cariine allll easily cleared.    f|20O,  S|..o
cash, balance 6 .md 1: uioiuhs.
LOTS CLOSE To WATERFRONT
Nearly cleared,     $2:5 each.    f6j cash, balance
i' .md 1 j months,
THESE ARE SURE HONEY UAXERS
C E. LAWSON
Keal Kstat. Spei islist
l.,,iis.|.,|, Au
I'ln.11.
•Oil A 1I/5C   HONEEK DRY GOODS,
^ri/lYY    ^   Ge.it' Furnishing and Fancy
Stoic,  (lor. 2nd & Lonsdale
You Cannot Oo Better
in Vancouver
10 save time and money by Inspecting om itoch, pei
soHi.lly selecled bv  Mrs. Shaw.       We   haie   reduced
many lines in coal price, in order to make room lor
mu Iall simk, and in consequence ol the late summer,
Give us 11 call
DKKSSMAKINC, 3i* TIIK PV EMISES, THS SXSRMS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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SUNSET
Heights
NORTH VANOOUVER
Lots 60 x 132
$10000.       $12500
$5.00 per month,
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Larson's Pavilion
Commencing Monday
next,July 201b, 1909
Something new in Ani
mated Picture* and II
lustrated Sonfls   .   .   ,
EVERY  EVENING  AT y.jo   AND 8.30 O'CLOCK
Pro-Ji
CHURCH SERVICES
ST JOHN'S IHE EVANGELIST, SEVEN 1II
AND THIRTEENTH  STREETS.
Holy Coniiniiiiion, 8 a. m.
Morning prayer, n
Evening prayer, 7.30
On the first Sunday in the month
there will be a second celebration
ol the Holy liiiiiiiiiiiii.ni.il 11 a.ni
Rector 1 Kev.  Hugh Hooper.
ST. ANliRUV'S PRESBYTERIAN CHUKl ||
SIX I'll STREEI.
Services will be conducted as
usual  on  Sunday by the pastor.
Sunday school, 3:30 p. m.
Service at Moodyville school al
7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
8 o'clock.
All are welcome.
Pastor: Rev. j. D. Gillam, M.A.
MIIIUIDIST   CHURCH,   N.   W.  t'OKNlk
FOURTH ST. ANI) ST. OBOMl'l
AVENUE.
Morning service, 11 a. m.; Sunday school, 3:30 p. nr ; evening
service, 7:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Preaching in Lynn valley on
alternate Sunday afternoons.
Sunday school at Moodyville at
11 a. 111.
Rev. B. H. Balderston, B. A.
pastor.
NORTH  VANCOUVER  CATHOJ.lt
INDIAN   MISSION.
Sunday Services — Mass at 9
a. m., Sunday school at 2:30 p.m.,
Benediction at 3 p. 111.
Pastor: Kev. E. Peytavin, O.
M. I. V. G.
BAPTIST CHURCH, CORNER IU1H ANII
si. enonoe
Sunday school at 2 o'clock p.m
Service at 3 o'clock p.m.
Pastor i    Kev. David Lang.
All are welcome.
OPENING OF CHURCH
investments and is confident
that North Vancouver will
make a large eity in the noi l.n
distant luture. He will again
visil the eity this iall and may
eventually become a permanent
resident.
A PRAIRIE VISITOR
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! LOCAL JSEWSi;
The very latest projecting
machine has been secured aud
an up-to-date eutirtaintnent will
be given.
We have faith in North Vancouver aud are here 10 (ta).
Come in and see lor ) out selves,
and then if you like our slu.11
lell your friends, if nol U-ll us,
and we will try and meel )our
wishes.
We want lhe Ud   * aud i'liii
ren to come beciiusc the entertainment will In iiunii' inleresl
ing for thelll.
SKiv PROGRAMMES
ramine changes Mondays,
Wedneadaq* and Fridays
B8ltWtiraEJ^.^i3l5»^
NOTICE      ^^
Notice is hereby given thai
the partnership heretofore exist
lag under the name ol Sinitliet-
Lngali iV Mnriliii, ae printen
and publishers, has been dissolved, and the public mil govern
Ihiliiselvn accordingly.
C. E. SMttHEhUNGALE
G. H. MORDEN
E. A. MORDEN
North Vancouver, J uly 17,1909
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TO ADVERTISERS ,
llir aillaiili-aii of mlii-ninon ill g
iHiia'.i tei rtiaiHni mUm at the
iieaii ul tin- editorial Mtaaniel $
The Expremi, tlmt thaafH "I ad*
vt-rtiH.-tiifiitH iniisl Ih* in Iln- lmii'1.
1,1 tli.. |irinl..r mil Im.-r limn (fid  jj
n.aii.iv 'ai nek aeek lo Mien
|iuuli.iii.iuii. Fuiilively no variu-
tiun Irom tliin rule will bo made.
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The special services lor llie
opening of St. John's church
have been arranged as follows:
On Thursday, July 2y, holi
colllliiunioli, 8 a.m. Evening
prayer, 8 p.m. The evening service will be lully choral, special
music has been arranged. The
Rev. A. W. defender, rector ol
St. Paul's church, Vancouver,
will preach.
On Sunday, August isi, holy
communion, 8 a.m. Morning
prayer and holy communion, 11
a.m. Evening praier 7.30 p.m.
At lhe 11 o'clock serine his
Lordship the Bishop of lhe Diocese will be present alld will
preach. At 7.30 p.m. the Venerable Archdeacon Pentreath
will preach. Special music has
ibeen arranged lor both services.
N.B.—On Thursday, the ladies
ol St. John's church will entertain the visiting clergy, the
members oi the congregation
and their Iriends, al high ua, 111
the parish room,next the church
at 6 p.m.
LVNN VALLEY MITES
McDougall road is being ...instructed Irom the pipe-line road,
north.
A large party oi young people
came out last evening to attend
the ice cream social.
Messrs. Campbell \ Hitler
started work ihis week mi lhc
construction ol a litingal.ni lm
F. Crawley, at Lynn Vaiic).
It is reliably slated that llie
B. C. BL Ry. Co. will be culling for tenders next week, lor
the construction ol llu Lynn
valley line.
The ruad roller   suundiil    111
negotiating ilu plaah road sm-
usslully, with the roik crusher
iu tun, and lhe plant is 11..11 la
cilcd at the head ol Iiiilu
streei, where lhe crusher 1*- be
ing set up in older to be 11.nli
Ior oper.iluins as sunn as the
Dempsey street is put in shape
lo make the ipiarn tcceaiibk.
A dock ior the plant will be located al the quarry.
WELCOME   VISITORS
Albert Cleveland, ol Portland,
Ore., accompanied In hia daughter, Miss Florence Ruth ilm*
land, and his nephew, G. C.
Talbot, were here yesterday, inspecting the city and surroundings.     Through the kindness ni
I. .1. Irwin, the part)  were
taken by automobile to enjut
the beauties ol the Capilniu.
canyon, whiih quilt- captivated
them. Mr. Cleveland is a heavy
realty owner here, but this was
his lirsl visit to the city, litis .moic Qiau salislied with   his
A.  P.  Campbell, oi the lum
ol Campbell & Wilson, Winnipeg
commission merchants, u.is ,1
visitor to this ciiy on Thursdai
alternoou. Mr. Campbell is
thoroughl) conversant With crop
coudilioiis in lhc prairie province, concerning uliuh lus nnu
issues a regular monthly bulletin, made up from Information
gathered 1mm all sections ol the
wheal belt. Mr. Campbell is
optimistic concerning this year's
crop, lhe only possible aiiursc
lealure being lhat il is about
leu days Later than usual! He
was greally pleased with Norlh
Vaucouvcr and was duly impressed with lhe glial luture 111
store lor Ilus side ol the Inlet.
GARDEN SOCIAL
The garden social held In ilm
ladies' aid society of the Alelli-
odist church, lasl evening, at
the residence ol A. L. and Mrs.
Clements, 10th streei easl, uas
well attended and liberal patronage was extended lor the re-
ireshmiul ollered, so thai lhe
financial results were very satisfactory, A 111us11.il programme
was rendered, comprising vocal
and instrumental selections bv
A. aud Mrs. Marshall, ol V,m
couver, iustrumeiilal selections
by Mrs. H. l-'cwster and b) A.
R. McCalluni and an instrumental duet by Misses Ruth diluents and Pearl l-'arrow. Thu
proceeds will be devoted in purchasing an individual communion service (or the church.
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Crawley it Reid.
Mrs.    Kinder   returned   this
morning Irom a sojourn at Se-
They are Uie painters.
l-'or Sale.—One doaii la) mg
luns.      Apply cor.  yucciisUli)
ami 3rd itreet
The clearing ol 13th itreet
ihiough to si. Andrew'i ave.,
is now completed,
Wanted. — Competent woman
to do Hashing ami cleaning.—
.ths. llariliuan, Suilc ,i, Keith
block.
A. S. Brace has iim..iu111..in
the suite ol rooms 111 Uie 1-iat
liuii block, lo a house on ijth
slreel.
EARLV CLOSING
A movement has been on loot
for some time, among tlu gro
cers of the city, to close their
places ol business on \\ eiliu sd.n
afternoon ol each week.        The
lollowing lirms have made  an
agreement lo lhat ellect, namely, A. R. Steacy, Dodds I Tyson, and Ca R. Hickman The
stores ol ihese lirms will In
closed each Weilnesdai,    as   111-
liiuated, mini 1,11 ilm notice,
and there is no doubt thai ilu 11
patrons will help lu make lhc
movement a sucuss In arranging to do their shopping,su thai
these lirms will in no wise be
the losers because ol tills generous treatment ol their employ-
ees.
CHESTERFIELD SCHOOL
The siiuess attained   by  the
Students ol Cheslellield silu.ul
ol ihis city, and ol iihuh A 11.
Striven is principal, ,ii ilu- recent preliminary matriculation
examinations in connection with
M1G1II adversity, reflect! great
credit   llpull   both   leailliis   and
siuilents. Frank Aidant .uui
Tom Diplock, who wrote upon
the examinations, both took
high standing, the lirst 11,111ml
capturing the coveted  diatin
lion ol leading ilu entire   province in the picliiiiiu.iii matin
ulatioli class.
THIRD  STREE'l'
Work has been sl,ninl mi ilu*
111i11pleU1.il ul ilic iul sii,. 1 1111-
pioveiiiclils.    Tin iiuik uill  be
done by d.n labol accotn
lhe decision ol (he uli a until 11
About twciiti nun an ai pre-
sent enipluieil, ami il is il* ,11 ui
to illirease ihls lum tin .|iu. 1,1.
as possible lo Imu  nun.      'lie
operatiuus an   ,il  present    ...n
lined   In  RBIOVing   the  lllll    I.'.'-
tween Si, Patrick'i ami St, Ua.
viil's avenues, ami Idling In Iietween Sl. 1'atriik's ami Si .\n
drew's avenues.
The new bonaa which Ueaai 1
Campbell I Killei havi had under cnlislrucliiiii un 101I1 sli..'.
ale 11..U all bul Inilslml. W.
1'.iiinn will ninii' mlu .ne ul
theni tuiiiurr.iu ami bdorc tin
end ul next week, three ul lluili
will be occupied,
The    iliuli    ul    M      \'"i'. (
ihurih purpose holding .1 pnnn
up the Nnrlh Ann. ..n Ksturda}
the 31st inst , pii the English
bay Roaimr.
Alexander Law kai m *' "•)»■
pleled a new house ..11 >'ii itreet
west,
Wauled. A gill tn wall uu
table. Wages J.6 pel week. Apply (j D Reslauralil, 115 i, ms
dale aveuue.
G. D. Wailsiiuilh and lamil)
hale rented a house ou 5IU
slreel nest, and haie laken up
their residence therein.
Don't you bui C. & R.'
For Sale.—One contract lii lhe
Pacific Loan Sudcl) ol Vancouver. Has run almost lluee
years. Will sell al lo per cent
discount. Apply at Express
ollice.
Found,—On Lonsdale. Gentleman's gold watch chain,   kind-
ii ian have same ou describing
property and paying mst ol ilns
advertisement.   Apply, Hospital, 151I1 street.
Mrs. Harold Dyer mil receive
lor the lust nine sin., her 111,11
n.ige, 011 Thuredaj  unl l-rniai
in.\l, .lull .'Mil and .'yth, Ul
her suite ill lhe Keilh bloik,
Irum 4 lo b o'eloik p.m.
The K. ..I 1'. lodge mil hold
.ui 1 amnion aiiil baakct picnit
tu DulUll Island nexl Tllllls.lai.
A programme ol iporta has been
prepared and Uarpnr'i orcheatra
mil accompany the party.
E.  AU .Will,ui intend* taking
mu* ul Ins lusluiiiai;, neck emi
irainps and ihis week mil ex
plorc the head waters ol Sey
mour nur, Incidentally having
a luuk al the luiins in lhat vi-
ciuity.
.1. A. and Mis. ,\KAliil.,11   1.
mined   ilus   liia.iiung   inun    a
Usit  ul  a  week  at   tile  Seattle
expoaition.    'Ilui mu accom
pained b)   llieir Km,  l.n.    J lull
other sun, Glen, is remaining m
Seattle kn  about twu   iu.l>
longer.
iV. J. Tyson, 11 In. has puchai
ed the lnlelisls ul A.  S.   Hi Ua. 1
iu the firm ot Brace I Dodda,
lias mn..Mai iu*, lamil)  ir..m
A.iiiiutliir,  and has l.tki 11  |*>
session ol  the suili   ul   apart*
minis 111 llu  nisi itorc] ..I iln
Hat Iron bloik.
W . T. .la.kin.,11 nlli,.1 ul lhe
Chilliwack Prognss, uas a wel-
lunie caller at tin oifice ut The
I'Apliss tills link. I ll fl . .I.n k
man has bun a 1, Mali nl ol tliu
liwack ior i.s yeara, ami declara
thai 11 providence is willing,
mil nsiili* tlnn ui inotnei id
\iais. II.' u.is .uauiiip.innd 111
Ills visit lu Nortk \ aluuUVii  ll
A. B. Blackburn, proprietor ol
llll'   III.II klllllll   llulll,    \ .111, a all \ t 1
All agiiil ..I llu II. C Aiiii 11
i.m Alining Cuinpalii, uin.   lias
in town this week, hired   two
Iiui sis un Thursday, lu p.uk
supplies 1,1 lh. minis ,n
lhe licul ul Sn 111..111 .ink Un
llu wai up uiu u| iln h.ii .
lunging lu C, A. I,indsai,u| ihis
iill, lell into .1 pll amI n.i-* kill
i<l, all.I Ihe nihil n.Hid uli I Iln
side ul llli  lull ami 11 .is l.n.light
qaa k n. n.n 11 1, ulli injured  mii
will prul.al.U muiii
They an  Iiii   kalsuinini is,
,\   aim Alls   Hunipfarcyi,  ul
iJIld slleet  insl,  ..it   , nnil.1111
iiig a pal ii ..I young people uiu.
arrived this week, direct Irmn
I.niuluii England, Tin part)
compriaae II. A. Powell, Aiiss
Ethel I'uii 111, and All*. Al Atkinson Th, inu I..nun .11.
iespn lm li   in pin ll   ami ml..  ..|
Mrs.   Humphrey*!,  and  l.n.ilm
alld stsli 1 ,.| AIlss Nam 1   I'uiull
wlm hai bun retiding with lui
anal toi upward! ol a yeai   \li
i'un.11 li ,1 nni'1.1,ui ..1 proven
abilili   ami ul . xliii.b.t . \p. 11-
iii. 1, haling Inui engaged with
the besl ..1. Insli.is in bunion
lur ihi past nine yean It i*
Ins inn ntioe lo eatabliah a studio lui  h .suns  uii   ilu   viulin,
a tile.  ^^^^^^^^^^^
Wanted.- Bonneworh in Norih
Vancouver, moraingi only. Ap-
plj l'.xpress othcu.
The lily lax nolices ale now
all about issued and will be IU
the mails tomorrow.
Also lhc papMhangers.
1-1. II. Iinpelt has let iin- 10I1-
tract to Campbell & Mul. 1 ior
the affection ol a residence .111
llth slreet east.
John AKN.ilib has lei th. 1 u-
Uact lol building a residence ou
4U1 Itteet east. The liUlIdlllg
is lo be completed by Oilubc-r
1st next.
C. \\. Knighi oi Vancoaver,
is building a leu roomed in.use
011 13U1 slleet, near Joues aw.
Campbell & -Miller ale lhe ...11-
iraclors.
For sale or lo reul. A pleasant collage 011 car line.    Apply
C. A. 1-laser, corner bth and
ijiuiiisl.uii.ur (>J5 l'cudc-r street
Vancouver.
The wood pipe lor   tllc   loth
street watcrmaia armed i*a Uie
ground yeeterda] and will be
put 111 place as quickly as possible.
A contract has bun ki In llie
dlstricl council lot the construction  ol Gordon mad,  ihiough
D. L. SSt, to connect uuh ine
government road and  woik   is
nun proceeding.
The privy council has di.-auiss-
ed lhe appeal ill the use ul lhe
Hurrard Power Company iiul
ilu provincial governmeni, with
reapect to nater lights 011 Lillooel river aud lake.
t uiuplainls ale lii-t.lv 1.1 lllc
elicit lhat certain ton*** ale al-
loiiul iu main at lal'-»i- deling
tlie nighl, on the hill, lo llu
dlsluiii.uiic ol those «llo lesiue
iu lhe lliiuiedlale vuiuil;.
'lhc stall  il lhc UitlliliIpal llall
has inin 11 i.i king overtime,  io
keip pan- mill llu iiuik 1 lea led
l.l the heal 1 payment! Ol taxis
iiliiili hale Inui mining 111
"117,000 has lieen paid tu ilali.
The neii building in conm ol
construction 011 loth slreel nun
lor A. G. Perry, local manager
ol the B. C. El. Ry. Co., 1.. now
receiving its mushing imuhea,
and mii be ready lm occHpan.*)
111 a short time
Hani Shepherd, "i Vaacoavei
ilus Heck purchased a house  oil
iiih  suei i,   between   Lonadah
aud Clu slu luld aunues, ami
has gum iu Portland Ini lhe
purpusc ol bringing bach his
mother, win. will take charge ol
the establishment ior lum.
Ai St. AmInn's Presbyterian
iiiinui, communion sunn mil
be held Sinula) nn,llilng. A pic
paialory scrim will lie luhl n
tin iliimli this .lining at eight
o'eloik, at iihuh nen nn minis
will also lie received.   The IKT
mun ilus evening mil be pnach
nl I,. Kn   .1   knu\ Wright,  ol
Kilsalauo.
A .pud wedding look place a
tin  I'nsl.iii nan manse, Aluiulj
evening, irhcn John Ainu   am
1,.mu.li   Tiiitiiillu, both   ul|
Vancoaver, ware united in tha
bumIs iit hull 111.ai iiiinui Tha
biiili    uas   suppuili.l   bi    .Miss
im.. ..a Silverman  ami  John I
Mm/it*.   .11 lul   as   giuuiiisinaii
Ku. 1  11 Gillam officiated
Tin lug l\..uiuu is ,,l plcsil;
ull llu* Wais al Wallaci Ship
yards, Limited,    An eflori
king made In colllplele III
work mi lh. Cuipnil.iin tin
week, bm sin ma) be delayed
I. 11 dais lullgel The head ul-
lius ul llie uillipalii    an    being I
transferred to Korth Vancohv
today, and in iiituie practlcall
all tin iipiratiulis mil be .ull
.liuli.l ..ii this side ul lli.  Inli I
(in S111ul.11 evening m it, 1
■ccond ui iiu sii ii**. ..I sung si
ilus  mil   l.i   gil ill   III   lhe  lla|
list   ihunll        A   duel   uilltleill
"The   Hand   lllal   lias   uuuildi
lui   U.      mil be sung I.i   Ales-
d,um . Haul..11   and   rorci.    the
choil    mil   tinder   a   VoluUtaT)
all.I     , Miai   suli.s  u ill   bf   Ming
bl   Hill  kllullll singii'.       Ill  lllc
.i'a   a lh I     Ol    All       ll.llllull,    tlif   SlT-
violinoello, etc., at an   earlyImon mil be preached by Re
dale. 'M*.  i-ylor* THE KXPRESS, NOMH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Visit by  lederal Ministers
(Concluded Iroin Page Out-)
ner, could arrange to visit Ui
coast al .in early dale.
The toast, "Our Guesl," u.is
proposed by Jas. Cooper Kt-uh
Mr. Keith observed thai Hon.
Dr. l'ngsle) was hi no minus ,i
stranger to British Columbia,
lielthei ivas he all olilslilel' liuin
a provincial standpoint, ss loi
main years Dr. I'ugsle] li.i-* bad
extensile    liueslliiellls    ill    the
province and carriss ihe same
at presenl. The speaker lell
that lhe usll ul the lllllllslel ..I
|uil.lii uoiks n.i-* a mallei    ol
gnat un.ment i.i ihe interests
oi ihe province, lie closed bis
remarks with a chivalrous relerence to tin* presence ol ihe ladies
in Uie ministerial pnftj *
The guest ol  lhe ii.ii,  lloinil*
ahle Uilllam  I'ugslii,  minister
..I |niiiiii  «..rks, was greeted
mill all ovation as he arose lo
s|ie,ik.    In Ills ..lulling   remarks
In* made lecling relerence to the
kindly reception with whnh In
hail heen met b) lhe city anil
the district ol North Vaiiiuuvei
lie considered a a high honor
thai so many inllueiilial citizens should he galhered together, Irrespective ol party sttilia*
liollS, to Iilil llllll luluillle. He
took it llial lhe purpose   111   lll-
lumg Inm to inii't tin- citizens
ol North Vancouver, and io
lisit the ciiy ami the district,
lias llial he might lie made ac-
i-ii.iinied mth the business Lilians, the resources, and the
residents   oi   thc   couutfunity;
iilllle it lias likewise a kindly
expression ol personal interest
in hiinsell as a lueinluT   ol   the
government.   Tin- claims ..i any
immunity   lo just  assist.nue
irnin the government, declared
the  speaker,   rest   not   ollll    oil
iln opportunities lor development ii'hiih the sn nun iimiii
;onsideration ni.n oBer, Lut to
i considerable extent upon tin.
character ol the people wh" are
to  111   lllllllll  llll'l I'll).
I  lhe  people  ,m   sell   lell,lilt.
i-iiiigtiii .iiul industrious, they
uiai bc relied upon to make
..I return loi  such expendi-
tun | ol publii un.ims as uiai
In made lm' tlnn direct Lent lit
I In people ol iln mst mii just
llu daSS tn make ill ll, a gnat,
growing count/] As i..i .\..i ih
i ancouver, Barrard Inin. ami
the Fraser nur, the inagnili-
iilll harlior, lhe splendid iialiT-
irnllt, alld the t\ulll'lll  ll,illll.il
shipping  advantages,   logethei
mill the Ilium lisi iu,illll ill lor-
est, Iilllle,   agllillllllH   and    the
food products ..i iln waters, all
.speak i.ii themselves and nnt
iiiuth mon eloquint lhan words
lad thei w.i' il" l.n t > that appealed In llllll null l.'lit aim
mini, as tin ..in In whiiiii was
ollllllllteil the ,|.||llllllsll,ill..li
il lhe alialls ..1 thai ,1. pal Ilium
nosi in.uli associated a uh the
development ..i iln* possibililies
Jem.ud In these advantages,
As im s.i..ml Narrows bridgi
In president ol ihe council ol
In pun in. i.il government had
dread] declared, observed tin
speak, i, ill,.i  si, i,n as ihe   re-
uins oi llritisli I..Iiunl.i.i n ill
■num, tin government mil co-
i|ier.iie null ih, dominion g..i
tnuKiii ai..I tlu several muniii
lalaies, im iu early construe
lllll. Ill I'llgsll  l        a.llMlll.l
hat llii |.lulin.i mis ,. un
u.illlii   <.ii. .  ..ii'l  it   in,iilil    ip
ie.it ii, lum that smh being tin
llllld  ul   llu   |.lolllli lal    go   ' > l
neill, iln I'liii.hug <.i iln bridge
,ias aii easy  matter,    As lot
a. dominion government, tlm
l.r.i ..ll. ad] gl'allleil a bonus "1
}OO,000 to a hlghn.il   alld I.ill
,i,n bridgi ii ih.it p..uh. Lm
,In.uld a develop that that was
mi  sufficient,  iln  government
aiullld   m.l    llllll a deal   I *.i    to
iiii reasonable appeal loi   smh
uillui   assist,nne a-, might     Li*
leiessali
Spcahiag mill a I* I' nc lo the
II sl   Nalli'Ms,  llli   speaki I    .1.
land that a would in *i ii
ii,.,nil to Canada il .mi  length
,l nun mn I.,. lapse ini..ii iln
mi,in..   I'. Hun.ud Inl. I    mie
Hade as s.ili    all.I   i olllllltnllotls
is lhe elitl.iliu  I" ..in  hall...I III
ie World.      The sill11 is uliuh
lad been undertahen bj lus di
.aiiiiniii mi. ii..ii sboul com
,1,-ieil Tin* engineei la chargi
tad ensured liim that tin pi"
ict wa: |" ilectl] leai Ibli   Ihal
he tost, while a would be gie.it
could not I'e tini..i'."ii.i'.L and
Ahtu the loruul report is nude,
he could assure his hearers thai
it   would   receive   sympathetic
consideration.
Dr, l'ugslei declared, mth evident earnestness, thai m lus
opinion ihe inin- had uou arrived when ihe port ol Vancouver should he recognized as one
ol llu national polls ol Canada
ami In* would leioinmeml to lhe
government that it be accorded
mil recognition as smh at an
iall} dale.
Concluding, he courtcousl] referred io liis man) pleasant experiences .lining Ills slai oil lllc
lowei mainland, but It bad been
reserved lor lum to enjoy, at
North Vancouver, ilu pleasant.
esl day ol all. lie wa.s illarill-
ed wilh the bwUtiiu] toiiusili,
iiiiii the superb sunk attractions ol ihe second Switzerland
immediately at oui doorsj   he
had Holed the elitelpl'l/.e ol our
local transportation compai,
the 11. C, El, R}. Co., he had
bad opportunity to get an intelligent idea ol   lhe   UnlllllUed
supply oi wsterpower afforded
by  the district;  he  was   lully
cognizant ol all the features oi
advantage possessed by North
Vancouver, and he iiould consider lt his duly, on his return to
Ottawa, lo lell liis colleagues
the story oi tile iiondeiiul pro-
gliss ul lhe Cilia'llall mst.  The
dominion government would ba
lound equal to tin- responsibilities dei nlvnig upon U, in Hen
ol ihese   things,   and   in   liiluie
British Columbia would have no
reason to Imd lault mth the attitude oi that government toward the prol line.
Ralph Small, SIA', proposed
tin- toast, "The Commercial Interests ol the Port "1 \'.iin.ui-
ver," (.liseiiuig ihat no Luiiiii
uld Lc conferred upon \ sneou
hi ihat did not in a measure
benefit the entire province, lie
attached great  Importance   lo
the Usit of lhe minister ol pull-
in   tu.lks   1.,   the   pi..llllu,     Le-
laiise liis department   touches
mole nearly the needs ol Unli-i,
Columbia  than  .Ims .iin   other
department ol tin government
Ceo   ll   Cowan, .u P.,   waa
called iij  a. tesp..ml   to   tliu
toast .m.l. .iiui complimenting
Hon Dr.l'ugsli i upon llu .|in.k-
ness wuh nluiii in bad imbibed
tin western spun, md tin alert
tnss niinii in had iinleiiii-ii in
grasping tin real needs ..i the
punimc expressed iln hope thai
upon tin nluiii ill lhe iiiinisiu
ol puhlli n.iiks I.. Ult.uia. u
would In I..uml ihal his usit ;
ilnlll.1 Leal   Unit  I..I   tin   prOIUO- '
tion oi ihe interests ..i im port
oi Vsncouver,
The assembly   ilnn dispersed, |
to enable Dr. Pugsle] to keep a
former engagement on tin othei
side ol lhe llllet
Among those present at the
luncheon were noticed tin- lol-
liming ttl, .1 limn. A P.
Crickma] w'm McNeish, s n
Silmlt/, w ll Voting, i H
ItcRae, \\ I link. C E Rob
son. T. A   Allan. Rev.J D.Gil
nn. Kn It II. Ilaldeisiuii, .1
C Keith, las McNair, Di Verner, Dr, ll..mil Di Ui.i ii,
Morrison, lit Campbell, A s
Hillings. II .11 Itnnis, ,\| |t
Martinson, John Ogle, Al S Hi
Donell, 11 11..Hand, \\ I 'llu.in
soil, .l.i*-    llllll,n , W. (    l.li. II
V, I). Kills, Thos Sliiph.nl, i,
Bartle] A I. Woods, !■ i
hade, i "1 A uini, Un, i„„i
ihi, k  !•;  Macnaghten, I   ll
Sl..II. i, 1).  w.   |-;idei,  1'   a    Al
im U s Hanes, A 11 Chap
man, tt   tt   Montelius,   Pert]
King,  lapl    i      II    l alis,       th
K..I.i, I   \i  Heard, i. s Nu
A   i.. I'.m . A   ll. sin. ii	
Thus Li All'.sin iri, |.,,1 Main.n
I'.   W    Ua. la.ui.   Win    \|,.him
I. J. ll Is, A   S. Iluiiipliii i
I'. Wheeler, J ll. Bennett, Prol
I'. Odium, J  t, 0, ii i, i* (
I..lies,    t,   R    I.L.Ml      lllllll.I.II
liioiui, Uias Nelson, Alexamlei
Law, i.m McSpaddcn, Di  Joi
dan, A. S. lium, 1'. S. Thomas
A Davies*, J. l> Fraser,   Col,
Dudley, C. (». tt nkciidin, Don
aid Cameron, J  tt  deB Karris
tt    Km.n Its,   .luhn  |,aws..n.   I
A Mi nun. i "I Trace] i I.
L.uisun. I tt. Donaldson, A 1-
Beasley, lv Townsley, II i Rob
Is     II..\ . Al.i   Smiili
Alan,ign Heard is calling loi
tl ii'l r   l..i  llu   liiiilslaiid pun
luges oii the Bt.George, end al
tin   Vancouvei   landing of  tin
III I v.
tt.lllllll -   llulll.Ill   tu  .
li . ii, L\ dai    Appli, SplLLiu i.
ilh street, North Vancouver.
Judge Grant
Speak*
in Highest Terms ot
Beauty of White Cliff
Greater Vancouver9* Seaside Summer Resort-
one hour's ride from English Bay Pier
q
JUDGB   GIANT,   A   GKNTLKMAN    WHO    HAS   TRAVELLED   MICH    AND
VISITKI) MAW OF THK WORLD'S  WATERING  l'LACKS  AMI  POPULAR   RK-
SORTS,   HAS   WITH   Till-;   PARTY   WHO   ATTENDED   THK   FORMAL   OPEN
OtQ   OF   WHITK   CUFF   ON   .U'LV   3rd,   1400. IN  HIS  ADDRESS   BE  SAID,
"I 1)0 NOT THINK THAT THK l'HOl'LK OF VANCOUVER HAVB ANV IDEA
OF TIIK GRKAT BEAUTY OF THIS Sl'OT. TIIKRK IS NO PLACE I WOULD
SOONKR Sl'KM) MV VACATION IN THAN AT WHITK CLIFF. IT IS AN EXCELLENT LOCATION FOR THK BUSY MAN TO STEAL AlVAV TO FROM HIS
I)KSK, ANI) KN.10V HR1KF HOLIDAY OR A WKKK KM) WITH NATURE, 1
TRUST IT WILL NOT UK I.ONC. liKFORK I WILL UK ABLE TO Sl'KM) MV
VACATION  AT  VOIR  HOTEL AT WHITK  CLIFF  CITY."
This mluntaii indorsement ol the beauties nl White Gill and the natural advantages presort m this property In only one ol main, and coming ns it does Imin smh s prominent
gentleman as .ludgc Grant, it should serve as sulluieiit ciidcncc to ihose in a measure
interested m a summer home, and warrants their making further Inquiries regarding the
advantages tributary to White Clifl.
Nowhere else in Howe Sound is there a location L'i a siiniliiei home which has as many natural advantages alld the same lieautillll scenery as vou mil Imd at White Clifl, Then,
too, the lots are JO feet wide, they lace the Bt] and command an uninterrupted view of
ihr Sound and lhe snow-capped mountains in the distance—it is ideal view property
Surf liAllun** is one ol the numerous advantages tributary to this Leautiful .seaside resort
There is fishing the year round. •
Two sheltered buys piniidc sale am borage for boats, launches and yachts.
The gentle rise limn the water's edge nf the property provides hoinesiles with uiinileiiiiptnl
i mis
lln.se nhn erijiii mountaineering will fmil excellent lilHleiial at hand al White Uill in mmi.i1
unexplored peaks.
Tin propert] presents a most parUikc appearance, uuh Us wide greenwood walks and sliel-
inifl avenues.
II n.ii .in uin n*,ied in a site lor a slimmer home, before you decide upon any particular location lake time to carcltilly investigate the many points of merit present in While (lill
Call al my ofliM antl view the manv photographs taken of the properlv. II convenient Ior
imt lo (.une, I shall he pleased to take you to White CHII almost any day and with you
gn nver tin property.
iiimi lorward your name mul address al one I will be phased to furnish you with s copy
ol the Li.iiuilul iKiok now on the press,   ol   'Tictures<|iu-   White   Cliff. ALBERT
IIIIVH    General Agent, l'lione ,1330, 33 Imperial Hlock, Vancouver, B. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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IMPORTANT  NOTICE  TO OWNERS  AND  INTENDING  PURCHASERS  Of
North Vancouver Properties
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♦ ♦
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Cleared City Lots
for Sale at First Cosl
Thf lew remaining lots in block $i, U. I,. 55.1, on i.|lh, 15th
itreet and Ridgway avenue, being one block wesl ol yueciisbury
park.
Inside lots $500 to I525 each.    Corners Jihoo each.
Si« of inside lots 50 by 156 leet cuch. Comers 60 by 15b
feet each.
These lots arc particularly well situated, 15th street being
already cleared and graded tu its lull width, and lots of similar size in that vicinity now selling for J700 to |8oo each.
The lols above mentioned are genuine snaps.
For Sale
Intending purthasstl of choice acreage west oi ihe C ip.lano
or in any other part '.i lhe District will prolit gieaily bt consulting our large and ex. iasii\ list before ncgoliuing for purchase elsewhere.
This buiug the fourth ,1.1; ul our establishment in business
in North Vancouver we are ilunoughly posted as to the various
properties that may be offered lor sale and their values.
We htc the sales agents for a number of estates in Norlli
Vancouver city and district ,md have a very good list ol properties for sale at prices winch were prevailing in 1907 and 190X
during the period of financial .l.pression, and as we are now apparently on the eve of a period of great prosperity we consider
the present time verv opportune lor investors to make a seln-
tion of Korth Vancouver property belore the greater period ol
activity sets in.
Capilano Acreage and City Lands Wanted
Well lituated city lols, blocks uud acreage, and well situated close in acreage in the dislriel, particularly west ul the Capilano, and 11 ninn une mile of the watcrfruul. We have a large
list oi clients, and Special lacihlies Ior negotiating sales where
the prices are right. We advertise your property without cusl
to you li you give us the sole agency ior a reasonable pel iod
oi time. Our past records demonstrate our successlul methods
in negotiating gales, and we propose greatly extended operations and a large expenditure along strictly modern lines ol advertising.
We have representatives in several advantageous parts in
Canada, United States and Great Britain.
It will pay you to list with us ior quick sale il you have auy
property to orler.
ESTATES  MANAGED
Non-resident owners of property is North Vancouver who
are unable to give personal supervision to the management ol
their estates are requested to correspond with us, being the oldest duly incorporated Company with its headquarters 111 North
Vancouver, and being financially responsible in every respect,
we can give Uie .best assurances possible that business will be
conducted along lines as accurately and surely as any banking
establishment throughout the country.
FOR RENT
Wi have s good list of cottagei and houses for rent in choice
localities in the city of North Vancouver, and shall be pleased
to show any of them to intending settlers.
Builders of houses in North Vancouver will do well to look
over our list of choice loll and blocki suitable ior liuilding purposes.
IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated Al*. li  undei the Compsniei' Act 1897 and Ainendini* Acts, with chid place of business in North Vancuuver. ll.C
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Telephone 15
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■HUBS
The iiiiiiiii ing is iln- report ol
the cash donations received loi
the ist of July celebration, together \iith lhe expenditures ul
tin- respective committees.   The
donations in kind iurc acknowledged in lhe report of the prize
winners in the several events .is
published in The Kxpress.    The ;
carnfo] handling - funds bv the j
mbcommitteee has Ult the general couiniittee iiiiii ,1 balance
mi hand, a portion of which mil
be used to pay outstanding
debts, which the cuiiiinitlcc ul
lasl u.ir was uiilortiinalcly nul
, 1 hie io iiieei. The (-iiiii,il committee wishes lu publicly express appreci.ilion of the generosity   ol   the   subscribers,   by
iiicms ol which such excellent
ri'sulis have lieen attained,
Mayor May, chairman; A. 0,
Perry, treasurer; W. C. Oram,
secretary, um appointed a
standing committee in charge ul
llir  lllllils,   llllll  illslllll Hulls    lu
m.iki .1 draft constitution  lur'
pel III,1II1 III  ul'g. UH/. llli ill.  .Uld lol
report lo .1 Meeting to bs called
M.iy   .(tli,   1910,     The Iih.hhi.iI
reporl is as bilious.
Keicipts:
Balance Irom ipod   3.40
City of Norlli Vancouver 130.00
North Vancuuver Ferry ,..130.00
Disi ul North Vancouver 100.00
B, C  Kl* Ry. Co. Ltd  30.00
Wood I Sun (sale tickets! 33.33
Bank ..1 B.N.A  13.00
Bmithsriagale I Horden   10.00
W. Knowles      1.00
K. Murgatroyd   1,00
E. W. I.ccsun Co. I.ld. ... 5.00
Kelly Douglas Ltd  3.00
T. C. Holt  5.00
1\ A. Allen   30
Win. Glenn      2.00
Martinson & Co  i.uo
North Vancouver News 3 oo
N.V. I,.md & Imp. Co....iui,mo
p.uiIk Bottling Works ...ipouo
Hedsoa'i Hay Co  30.00
Lonsdale I Ml, per
Robt   Ward & Co  30.OO
I, Robertson ft Co. Ltd. 50.00
Benwell Peart Co  25.00
J. C. Keith  '. 2500
A, E. buckling   25.00
II. M. Kllis Co. Lul  25.00 —
P. Hums Co 50.00 Total 29
kuru ti Co  25.00    Monday evening ,1 meeting for
1!. C. Market Cu. Lid. ... I3.OO organisation   was   held   at   the
Thorps iV Co., Lid  15.uo district    municipal   office,   at
C. 11. Dallsoll     10.00.Which there Has ,1 good atlclld-
Vuikshire Guarantee & Se-     .une.   J. H. Lawrence wan ap-
1 in nu-**., Ltd 20.00 pointed permanent secretary,and
Diplock-Wright Co  10.00 Messrs. Alexander, Parry, Ward
Capt. C, 11. Catee  10.00] md Farmer were appointed aa
P, Larson      30,00[executive committee,    Ii   uas
.1. 11. Sulkier    iu.ik.   11 ranged   to   havi   the   IT1SSSS
thoroughly wet and rolled, and
io Imlil another practice Saturday afternoon, .it three o'clock,
All cricketers or iiuiild-be unk-
a 1.is .ui* Invited,
Cruss ie  Co   15.01
1316.13
Total
Kxpelidlllilis
Sports snd fireworks iihs.^u
Decoration       84.80
Illumination       j	
Music       116.00
Entertainment     k>o*75
Advertising         44.25
Spurts committee      16.3s
See's supplies aiiil  pusl..    I.70
Total
II83.23
CRICKET CLUB
The movement to organtzi   u
cricket ilui. in iln tit) is nmi
ing wiih excellent success,     A
pniiiiiiii.iii   practice  was  held
ai the Kiiii.iii.'ii grounds, Sal
unl,11 alternoon, at which ibeti
11,1s ,1 large attendant,-!. and  .1
scratch match m.is played  l>.
imiu te.un No, 1, captained bj
.luhn Alexander, and team No,
I, i.i|ii,iiiiid In K. I'.. Itacnagh
un, mailing la ■ tta    The
sn.11 eras as lollowi
Team No. 1:
rainier    	
Tarn
TIIK WHEAT CEOP
ilu Winnipeg Commercial's
estimate ol the grain production of Canada is taken (rom reports sent in bv their agents
Hum um un. hundred districts
itrctching irmn l-'uii Saskatchewan iu Alberta to Gretna iu
southern Manitoba, From these
reports ths Commercial mti
mates that there is an lacreant
ul 10 per iiiii 111 llu uin.il ,iire-
Igs,   or  .1   total   ol   7,480,000
,u 11 s, as lasl veal's tut.il w.is
about 6,8011,000 acres. The
gltlWth ul illicit .it  present allll
the outlook indicate .m average
yield oi 1;',. Iiiisluis pel sera,
uliiili would resell la en ..input
uf   130,900,000 bushels.
Wanted.   Painting   In   North
Vancouvi 1. bj  kih 01 contract
Address 318 1 iiii street, Nurth
Vancouvei *
Raspberries, bl.uk, white snd
Alexander          1 red currants lor sale,   Appli
Piatt     4
licl-ngg-a     ^
Anders       4
Tanner      "
i'ul.l          IJ
Byes     !
Total
i\.nn No, -
Smith
Sinipsuii
L.iivrence     	
Idacnaghten   	
Morden   	
Parry    	
Ward    	
McAllister     	
Byes    	
A.H.Crickmay, 15th street east
HENRYS
/ (iarili'ii Tin
N|ira)ing Material
Hit Sll|i|ilii'S
Fruil ami Ornamental
Trees
IV-I'i-ik" I'rtUl'igup Frte
M J. HENRY, Vincouv*. IX
NURSERIES
NORTH VANCOUVER CITY
Fact* arc its Argument
A luurih ul Barrard Inlet u.is
developed by the Cui.nltan Pai 1
lie railway, with result uf huge
cantons revenue to Canada. '111.
national government  now assists financially developtnstl d
the remaining greater part   ul
the harbor.
The   eNtte   and   nikleiis   ul
greater Hun,ml is .\.,rth Vancouvei City.
iiiiiity   miles waterirontags
available iur Isdustrii 1,  ihipp
mil -""I railruad bases
iim system jusi bought   up
In  illy  to kaeteS ellii mil    aliil
inu cased sei 1 ne.
Two railroads to Nm ih Van-
...liver aiiihuiisi'il in Canadl in
p.iillaliiclit.
Canadian Parliament has voted $200,111111, also Jli,.pH, per Iiiilu
im bridging the Inlei and   na
nectiag North Vancouvei  a ith
Vancouver.
Railroad's bridge pluns sre
approved by dominion govern
ment, and both iu.nls have p 1
inis.siuii to use earn budge.
1 .ui.uli.iii Pacific K.iilm.i 1 is
nun negotiating uuh un 1.,.
lerryagi ol iis can to North
Vancouver, also fur shoreline
base lui  ti.inslu  ui 1 ,iis, to U.i
I tracks ol existing electric . ,-1-
iw»y-
The   pCOSpecl   is   lhat    v.,mli
] Vanconvw mil secaie Un
railroad stai;. ol 1 alati eta, ..1J
thai earl) opening ol Ita
luu railwaj mil Msari   rapid
development ol Industries   ami
port Jusi .1. iln iir.iini Trunk
i'.u uu. railwai neaia tin donb
Imi; ui populated Canada, su
iln bridging ..1 Barrard Inlet
means a second  \ .nuouvi 1    ..n
ihe north shoii ui iiu ii.ii i.ui,
with repetition ol Vancouver's
history, perhaps mon  rapid!)
than 111 llu firs) III I.ui,1 , .is llu
province has ih.h nmre populs
nun iur new dtiss to draw Irom
The history ol V.iikuiiui s
u.il est,ile siiiiiiii.iri/ul 111 .1
seiiiui.i- is that tlu asscaasd vai
in   o|  the whole   uty   is   now
twenty nuns what u was a-
'buui tiieiii) years ago. Van-
ICOUVer'a tirsl-rale reslileliie luls
[now ii.ili/e mure than twenty
limes iheir price livetit) years
agu. Considering lhat localities change, il is doubilul whether any propert] is more sure
ui lull i.iiio ol increase man
in-l 1,ile residence  -jruund pro*
'mini the localitj is protected
SgaiUal ueplcuallull.
I he -jraiid buiilevard ol North
Vancouver is the third avenue ol
lhe null.I and Die bruadest ut
any uty un Ilus cuiilinelit It
is dedicated tu residences and is
protected lur twclily years a-
gaiast .lipriu.ilive sttiktures.
l-.iin hue where the plilhura of
uppuilunllles is the quandary ol
Inventors, the paid bonlevard
is the very bull's eye oi investment 111 North Vancouver—thc
111,11 k al uhiili him.iiunii alius,
hai in-; ,.il.illitl  uf quality and
leaning certainty oi large in-
. 11 sat in value.
Plana, price lists end othei formation can be had from the
North Vancouver Land ie* Improvement Co. Ltd. Lty.
Mahon, Mcfarland £* Mahon, Ltd., Official \onil s
CORNER HNDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANOOUVER, H. C. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
'niii above the combined lautc-rn| occasion was given for the  re-
mentioned iu subdivision I ib).   buke contained therein.   The ex-
},    \ essels uii.iii oars or sails planaliou is quite simple.
oi not less than -o tons,   shall1   Through the courtesy ol Aid.
have read)   at hand a   lantern   Dick the choir secured the use
mill a green glass ou one side ol   the   lot   opposite   Victoria
I and   led   glass   ou   the   olher,' park for the 1st ol July.     The
has biouglu increased enjoyment uliuh, on Uic* approach ol or to booth was erected by those who
[[SUM
The da\ ol the motor launch
to multitudes uho are loud oi
aquatic pursuits, but it has increased Un worries oi the masters oi coasters and other large
vessels which Irei-uenl the harbors—in uluili these small cralt
haie bun so greullj multiply*
mg -because ol thi carelessness
ui molor launch drivers, ami
ilnn ignorance oi tin ' rules ul
Uic ruad." Unl) a shnll tunc
ago lllc olluels oil the local Kl
i) boats iwic complaining ol
ila iliiiuuli) ami inconvenience
to uliuh ilui were subjected, in
lhc othei' vessels,   shall be ex-
iiiuud in siiiiiucnt ume iu pre-
had nu idea the ruailuay was so
wide   al   this   poinl,   so   thev
uin lollision, su ihai the green thought ihey arete well outside
lighl shall nol bc seen on Ihe lhe range ol any trallic, even on
puii siik imi the ted light on | such a busy da). The mandate
Uic starboard side. [ol the council  was  obeyed   in
4. Rowing boals, whether 'spirit il not iu letter, and llu
muiii oars 01 sails shall have choir liad no idea ol giving oi-
lcad) al li,unl ,1 laiiii 111 sliuiiuig Iciicc to any one
A. FARRO
General Contractor
Lmul CleiriuK, Stump and Rock
Blasting, l.ciiai tare nctar liuuaei.
All damagea ntidi* gn.nl.
UMl'LUVMINT     AUBNCY
>>><1 Bt..  WWl Of I  ..a.aa.l.l.
P.O.  11...  II
Water Motor for Sale
a iilille   light   ulilih   shall    be
lemporariij exhibited in suilai-a
mi nine lu prevent collision,
btaamahip 01 strain boat  includes   cul)    Vessel   piupclledl
uhull)  ul in pail b)  slcani OrI
endeavoring io aiuul an am   ^   ,,,.*,   mactunery  ur  powei
dcttt tilth speed bends and can- ,,*)*,., llull nui, M _lbi
less upeialois ul kunvhes,whik     •*Uiam.,ii    pnulicc   ul
al    Victoria    tin    in..Uii    has I
assumed    such    gravilj   lhat
With tins apology, which we
trust will be sutislactory to all 0«rUin
parlies,  1 am,  111 lhc  name ol
the choir, your obedient servant
D.W. HUTCHISON,
Secrctaii
Offers are   wanted for  a
mu i'liiii WatiT Motor atid s
amount   of piping*
Snme may be inspected at
lhe offloe of—
ALEXANDER &,
MACNAGHTEN
Real Estate Brokers,
Financial and Insurance Agents
WE HAVE
$50,000 TO  LEND
ON HUM MORTGAGE
121 Lonsdale Ave.
TIIK EXPRESS
the department ol matins and
fisheries has .lui.ii.i u> pro-
sccuie all persons violating the
regulations uuh regard tu cal
tying lights, etc., un dominion
watnta. In vie* ol lhc conditions, 11 is advisable lhat publicity should bc given these
rules, which are as lollows;
I, blcilll vessels ol less than
40 tolls shall call) ;
(a; lu the forepart ol lhc
vessel, on or in ironl ui the lun-
iiel, ulicic 11 can best In sun,
nnd al a helj-hl above the Jjun-
u.ik ui iiui less than nine led,
a bright while light constructed
and in..I is prescribed in article
2  {*),  and  ol  Sttch a illal.ulii
as lu 1.1 1 isibli .a a distance oi
al least llio miles.
^bj Green ami red side-lights
constructed ami fined as prescribed m article : \\>) and (c)
uud ol suih a ihai.11 Ui as to be
visible ai a distance ui ai least
one mile, ul' a combined lalllclli
seamen, .is applied lu all) case,
un.uis .md iiicluilcs the ordinal)
practice ol skiliul aud csrelul
persons engaged ill liailg.illllg
Ule uaid's ul Canada in like
cases.
Ever) uu nn, master, or per-
suii ui charge ol an) ship, vessel, ui rail, who wiilull) oliuls
lu ubc)   lile I'cgulalluUS 111 lulcc |
iur the time being under  this
pail, ui lu call), exhibit ul use
all) ol lhc lights or log signals
as ale leipuicd by lllc said regulations, and cui) uu ud' cl
au) sttch ship, vessel or tslt, ;i
lt appeals that he was lu iallll,
iu respect ..1 anj such omission,
shall,lul each ucca.sl ill ou which
all) ul said rcgui.,Hulls ule Mutated, incur a penalty uui ex*
ccciiing uiu honored dolUts auu
llul less lhan liieiily dullars.
m.\o tutios \\»
mum mi.i \m
MllS. WAK.MINGl'ON, Ior Mine yetm
r.*»i'l.*iit in 1'iini and (jermaiiy
lui. .j'.naa I n itiulio. Ill Upper
Ki-iiIi ll'ital, for the leaclituu ol
l'mim, mul tim FrtMi.il aid ln-i
uian inun'iiiic-
AN EXPIRATION
The 1..Hon ing is a copy oi the
iiui   111 iq.li   to liupiui  suit
shotting;'a gneii light anda redjto -* dtJ lulimi1 '') Bt Ami'
light llulll light ahead tu luu leu's  iltuidi   choir le the loc.i-
poinis sbait thc beam on their tiun oi then booth at Victoria
respective sides.   Such lantern gardens, on Jul) ist,
shall be carried not less than    T'0 ths lit) Council ui N'orih
three leet below the white light, Vancoaver:
2. Small steamboats, such ss Gutlemen,—The members ol
are carried bj sea-going vessels, 13t, Andrew's church choir have
mav carrj the whits light at aIreceived yom lommunicatioii ol
less In ight than nine inl aboVI   *J-| Mb iiist,
the gunwale, but 11 shall be i.n      'Jini tenet tin fact that any
Builders and
Contractor*
I*. LARSON is   prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And all kinds of Building
Material im-uantilii-ato suit
anil at reasonable prices.
—APPLY—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TKLEPHONK No. J.
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Choicest Cut
FLOWERS
in ton 11 nt Inweil pri.'.-i
Uur 111 * trial Inr
FUNERAL DESIGNS or
WEDDING B0UQUET8
601 Hastings St., West
Mill
Wood
f OR SALE
50c a
Load
1
You can take as large a load t
load as you like for
50 cents.
Send your own teams
IHI II
flHlM
17th Street. North Vancouver
For the best Subdividing
Property In
Lynn Valleij
see
MAY&BURNS
REAL ESTATE AND
FINANCIAL AGENTS
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Reduce Your Hardware Bills
Don't Imr blindly. II we ran ami nre willing In iiti ynu
111.iiiit nil your hardwire il 1. tn your i<lvit>ti|-e lo tll,,* Ilt to
do»o. We a*-.'in a poiiti.ni I" m'll ymi the halt hardware
mppliei of evi ry ileirripti..ii nt llir loweit pricet mi.I no inttler
what your ri'i|iiiren)eiili are.
We'll    DO  It if yonll I.MVf youi* ordi!-| within
ttl compete .iirt-eaifully in lbs op.'ti market mill tlie M^Ml
hardware ronrerni in Hrili.h Columbia Wn .i-i-ure or.l.Ti
that othrre can't touch. Why'1 ImSUH wc huv .tirei't from
thr nitniilirtureri in manyraies; we huv jmliri..n.lv all ol
the time, we pty rath Inr nur foods, tnd ..ur eipunee. «re low
Pul our rltinn to lhe teit, we'll live ton money.
north mmm uuwiii mmi \a
104 Eipltnide Next to Post Office Plione No. H8
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NORTH VANCOUVER
*
1
UNEXCELLED ADVANTAGES as a
residential centre
CHOICE H0KB8ITB8, UNOBSTRUCTED Ml-;\\
moderate PUCES
Build Your Home in
North Vancouver
WATBEW0EK8, ELECTRIC I.ir.HT, BLECTEIC
CARS
NO TAXES ON IMPROVEMENTS
■UREST  WATEB  DIRECT  KROM  MOUNTAIN
SPRINGS
BEST   NAT! K \l.   DRAINAGE
Sh.UAi.l-: SYSTEM ABOUT TO BE INSTALLED
EXCELLENT   ROADS  AND  CONVENIENTLY
LOCATED HOTELS THROUGHOUT THE DISTRICT
UNEXCELLED SOCIAL,  EDUCATIONAL
RELIGIOUS ADVANTAGES
UNEQUALLED SCENIC ATTRACTIONS ON
NORTH, RA8T 01 WEST, WITHIN l-i-.w MILES
One oi North Vancouver's Streets
Invest Your Money in
North Vancouver
THK DELIGHT OF TOURISTS
MANY IDEAL NOOKS FOR PICNIC PARTIES
Half Hourly Ferry Service to and from Vancouver
PUBLISHED HY AUTHORITY OF THE "CIVIC COMMITTEE."
oMt-tkttw^mmmm •ams****-****-**^^ THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER B. C.
The board   ol   Worki wai instructed to report   with   retei
c-nee to a new typewriting machine ior the clerk's ollice.
Keeve McNaught occupied the
chair and Councillors Davison
and Allan were present at the
session of lhe district council,
Friday evening last.
Premier Mcliride wrote, consenting that his name sliould In
attached to the steel bridge over
the Seymour; clerk to acknowledge with thanks.
The surveyor general wrote,
advising council that there is tin
plan on lile with the govern
meat, showing the old Lillooet
trail running ihiough lhe district ul Norlh Valiiouver.    All
government plana show iln- trail
as starling from Fort Douglas,
al the head ol I'ill lake.     Received and liled.
K.   If.   Hodgson,   live   stock
commissioner   errote,   advising
council   ol   the   visit of Alajm
.lames Shepherd, authority  on
mad Iiiiii.ling, lliis autumn, and
Inquiring if council desired a
dale fur an address lroin him.
Clerk lo reply, accepting lhe
oiler aiid arranging a dale.
Thc city clerk wrote, request
ing thai council arrange to
transfer steamer North Vancouver and other city assets agreed
upon at incorporation, to tin
city. Clerk repotted lhat the
steamer had since been transferred. Other items to be trans
(etted as soon as possible.
The acting secretary ol tin
board of trade forwarded a COp)
of the resolution, expressing
readiness to co-operate with
reference lo Sei un.l Narrows
bridgi", received and liled.
Elijah   Hancocks,   owner   ol
property Ia D. L. 591, now residing in England, wrote, to tin
ellect thai he would like lo have
a load built that would enable
him to get timber out from his
property; received and liled.
District Clerk I'liiii]) called
the attention ol lhe council to
the fact, thai in I906 a portion
of block y, D. 1,. :o,S,s, had been
entered 011 the assessment roll
as ten ,uns, when in reality it
contains only 4.N9 acres. The
property has paid S15.75 mon
taxes than should hau* been
paid. This year's taxes are
Sio.32. Clerk was authorized
to remit this year's taxes and
to refund the balance J5.43 b)
chei|Ue.
C.co. Hunter it al wrote, that
they were willing to further the
widening of Lynn Valley road,
by giving seven leet in ironl ol
lols JI and 53, upon certain
conditions, provided owners opposite did likewise; accepted,
provided otiier propertv owners
between these lots and Ross
road consent.
The clerk reported hai ing   n
reived the consent of s. Gintx-
burger and of Col. Dudley 11 uh
respect to the widening of the
road through D. L. ,syy, and also that there are still laikmg
six lols to make the requisite
number oi consenting owners.
C. L. Stonehouse wrote, oller-
ing 25 cents, stuiupage for cordwood along Pipeline and Centre
mads; engineer to act.
The following plans ol sub-division were passed: Block 42,
D. L. toil; lot 1, D. L. 597; lot
18, D. l. to»y   Plan of D. L.
Ml relerred to the engineer to I
report.
The following account!    were I
ordered paid:     finance commit- j
lee, I104M.05; waterworks coin
mittee S.H42.57.
The engineer reported thai tin
.survey of Marr ruad is ininplet
ed and that the profile will be |
ready sunn.
On motion, Miss Peers, typist
WSJ granted tWO week's vacation.
T. C. Hull, ul the loenl stall
oi the 11. C. El. Ry* Co., has
this week lei tlu.- contract to
Campbell &. Uilier, lor the erection ol a larg^ modern residence
which will  be one ul
yet built in the city.
the    best
The residence will contain eleven rooms
will be thoroughly modern In
every respeel, uud OUUBUall)
high class 111 all ils appointments. The cosl complete will
nol be less lhan ftoOO,        Tin
bouse mil be erected at lhe cor-
ner of 5th street and St. Andrew's ave.
A. 1.  noon
ft 3    I.nnN.hilt*    AVO,
EXPERT WATCHMAKER
JEWELLER,  ETC.
IVstchci auiai Cloeki Cleaned
K.'|iiiiri*il at iii.nl..rut.' price*!
All ...al.  uuhdmiI I.
.111*1
lltinkin & Harding
DECORATORS PAlNTEHS
PAPERHANGERS
graiNers* iviarbLers
North Vancouver,   -   B.C.
P.int Store   206  I on.d.k   tai
Oppo.ll. Slaval,'. 6,01-r. Morf
Royal Standard
and Why it is a
Better Flour
Wc use
the best
gions  ol
■elected wheat liom
wheal producing lithe Canadian 11 isl,
where the sunshine is long,where
the soil is rich, giving to the
wheat that quality ol gluten
which makes the icry finest
flour.    This is factor Ko. 1.
Scientific milling which lollows the wheat step by step, selecting only the best and point
portions ol the wheal gram ami
making it into the must perfect
flour.    This is factor Xo. 2.
Care exercised in storage and
marketing, so that there is in.
possibility of deterioration from
the time the llolir leaves our
hands until it reaches you. This
is factor Ho. 3.
Now isn't there a reason win
you should ask lor Royal Standard Flour.' And besides in
every 40,1b sack there is a num
hered coupon entitling .you to a
chance to win one ol ten beautiful dinner sels given aiiav cat'
month.     »
VANCOUVER, 11. I
Home Made
BREAD
Calm, ]'.i-ir\, I'l.iii.'.ii* i.m
11. st Mutiriuls
Ilui tiling ami Main
it) Lonsdsle  tvenne
•**eirr.
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PALACE
HOTEL
KATtSI
*',...   per   ami   up.
Spi. i.l rata tu (am
iln *. ami  iu regular
bosrden	
[M Rool Mt on M
N.V. Fish Market
REDA & ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Saconn Senear,  -  -  •      NORTH  VANCOUVER, I). C
All new houses sliould be piped for gas in order In save the
heavy expenditure Ior lliis convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWEI CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
North Vancoaver
Transfer ^KT
Cnrttiye, HeniovnlH,
Parcel Delivery,
Storage
ON      WBASa .NAIU.K      TKRMtf
OFFICE v—LONSDALE AVENUE. NEAR WHARF
Telephone 70. Ninht Calls 13
B^
All kiiiaN,,f ftmh (ith delivered daily
sniaaiir.l Ki.h a iMctaltr.
Poultry, £■• sod Venetemi,
Oar aim li to mmm oai euitomen a*.
la. |00lll ,,||,|   f/HHS,
Cor. Lonsdale Ave. & 8th street
Phone 84
VANCOUVER BUSINESS DIRECTORY
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN k CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
City Auditors
North Vancouvei
jib Tender slreel
GROCERS
CHEAPS1DE GROCERY
GEO, WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
1)6 Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
MUSIC
KENDALL,  SEWELL  4  CO.
Chartered Accountants tad
Auditors
Vancouver, B. C.
\ uioria, B. C.
Seattle, Wash.
Phone 1913       P.O. Drawer 705
UYtl-lQ AimO CLSANINQ
The only place in B. C. where
work is done entirely to customer's satisfaction.
PERTH STEAM DYEING I
CLEANING WORKS. A. Inglis
Proprietor. Phone 750. Hub
rates a specially. 51..' Seymour.
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Al usual Director
Vancouver Opera Houae
Rooms 3 and 4 Elks' Hal', Cor.
Rohton and  Granville  Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
PRO! GEO. COWAN, Expert
leather oi vTohn, Mandolin,
Banjo, Auloharp, Zither, will
give Muni) private lessons
lor », Further inclination
st Cowan's up-to-date Music
Store, bob Westminster ave.
ARoHlTtCTi
COAL
COAL
NEW WI.I.I.INGTON Owl
(tir.il '-i.ui llie minei.
Plan- -"iir onl.-r.. now mil
Man v*.*ir slnUr'i Mpsty,
Urge »lii].iii.*iil» uill arrival
io I I'" Jill'.. Prill., nulil
.J-jf supply nf WOOD
Slnri "li liai.'l     ....
P.    LARSON
Hotel Norlh \ ancouver
Telephone No. 2.
Look fur the above trademark,
tbr iiu ul quality, on your
c, reel [coda
We inaiiulai lure llie best
Rolled Oats
mi llu iii.ukt t todav.
lhe
ave your orders with us for
HAY, GRAIN
AND   CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satisfaction Guarantet .1
Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale
ai Fern
Ai. nm-,
I .aniline,
Jus. (lupin in,    loenl manager.
LMPLUYMINT ActNet
E.STANLEY MlTTON.M.l.C.A
ARCHITECT
niy Hastings Slreel West,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
AUOIIONtEH-*-
A. M. BEATTIE
- AUCTIONEER -
6b Hastings streei iicsl
is lhe only auclioueer who will
pay spot cash belore the sale is
conducted
LAUIgU' HAIAURtjbl.NC
1,1. Ml. I. ul. N -   lul III..-   „[ lh.
thiol «..i*iii.in**iii|i SM)  i» •■1.lain..I a,
Itadaau Uuniplin . 1,1,,.,.,.  it* Kn ncli
ariKli*.       BfWltl   'mi'  "I    I".II.-   anu
Ml III In- mil In* ,,n in u 11,,* ,,,. a
laiul liLpt'il.    Ala*. II..' ...>'
li... h ii.iiaia*.,   im r   uiaa.in. 1,1. and
liiitr.-li,-. II i,,iir h.ur It tadad .111.1
liiriiiiiK ptf, in Main I. li .l.u.auii ►
lllll llMliml. 111 la .11 r iiiiii r.i. I Mi.1* I,.*
Ksji*Kisa b.*..iiii Huttta i"' I'.'" i" "i"'
a luuit 1.aim.1. .-h.i*i*. ..in,1.a i. u. 1,1 >
.a. Hair P>. Ing ..hi Hl—nlilng nj iv
pMta l-.ui.il MSMSfS, ll.„i'ir.«-iii^
allSBlllOOUg, .W.iliH iiiiiii; .11,.1 Cull..,,
lis faf Uw un."ial ol i*ii|,iiril.,.i..8 lull,
iiarli* an.I inun •> ..i
U.U..I UK   III Mrill,l..>
,,*>.    ..I.llllall..  .-11,1*1
naNrtuuiw
UI-riCIANb
U.  W
Phose 463
WAIT! & CO., LTD.
558 Granville Street
Pianos - Talking Machines —
Music Goods
The oldest music house ia B. C.
HbAL r-alAll
Keep your cy« un
EAaVl   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
i'or particulars apply to
MORDEN k llli Hi MON
Phoue bi)      440 Homer t-tiMt
F. C. SAUNDERS
W. LAW HENCE SMITH
- - - -, Graduate Opikuu
Barrister,   Solicitor,   Notary A11 *ork jusrsnteed
Publii.     Member ol the bars Cousuluiiou i.ec
ol British Columbia snd Uue- « Hastiags street west
bee. Room 9 Empiie Building, 603 Hastisgs st. west.
Vancouver, B.C.    Phont 416b
Opp. Cauieraphoue Uiealit
I'HorocHA-'htHS
SCHULTZ 4 ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 I'.n.lii  Slreet
Phone yyi>
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
MARTEL'S  STUDIO
- PHOTOGRAPHERS -
Ittin uiiiU'iiuiee ii
mam urporuuau Lid,
440 .-ny la.um Slieel
REAL EbTATE
LAND AND MORTGAGE
INVEbliHENTS
BAIHS
122 Hastings Street Wesl,   I	
VANCOUVER, B. Cl 	
lhe best equipped studio oil the I ft, KcU Houlgalt
coasl. PUoiic iub 	
ESTATES MANAGED
URE INSURA.vch.
Manager
IMPERIAL   PHOTO   STIDU)
nt j I MUrtAN 11
Phone ,17
Artistic Designs Sound Workmanship
Moderate Prices
LAW & KNOWLES
P.O. Box 26
Aim iiitki is wn  Bl 11.m-.iis
We Can Design ainl Wc Can Build
i.iiiui}  i.iiiii|< .
Kallethe's Bath  ....    —
Comer Hoin«t and Pender Sts.
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lhe only up-lo-datc aud mil
able balk house in Itnlish Co-
luminals  cure   wht-rt   oiheis   fsil.
Satisfaction   guaranieed or no
pay. Plain baths, elfitric baths,
shower baths, massage lor ho-
ili, tcalf and face; elrctro ther
apnilit baths a specialty.
UIS   KAI,LETHE, PIOP .
(iraduatf ol Hn Iin, Crrmanv
All North  Vaucouver   people
cat at
LEONARD'S
1.nnu  l-i.uk Hlock or Htai-
uigs sli eel, op*-ositc   the   new
—_———______———Muii Ollice.      Leousrd Mils kis
K. BAVARD, Proprietoi   lM ljy Uie pound.
l-.iiiiil) Group Spcii.ili>.is
i .il.iii.i m/i, t) pu dozen
tm   t,in.ill ,oul Cordova sts,
Plenum fiiamini.
■I
intMlnaa
PICTURE FRAMING        NATIONAL hii.aiki*
Wc have the largest sloik   ol  M-trHanifal    i'1'Uai,    i.uuciiiie
mouldings in ll.C.lo select lium .in.i in am*
so when imi w.ini limning duiu   PrograM iii.uigcil cici) Monday
iliinp and well gel uui   puns.       Any seal ill llie house loe.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LTD., 0» H^ungs Street West,
540 Granville and 13H Cordova \ANcolVER, B. C.
FOR    SAL E
he best thing in pub-divisiond are our half-acre blocks near the Keith Rotd car
line at $323 each, l*"icnsh, lialance U monthly |iayiiii'iil-.
Kacli  IIlock coulil be lubdivided into fmir good  building lots.
Martinson & Co.
Real   Ksiiitc ninl
liisnr.iiicc Brokeni
BUSINISS COLIEGSS
sprofi-siuw
Business Institute
,13fi Hastings St. W.
Cansda's Qraatau-t Wasltrn Sohoti
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Msnagei
HEADY MAUfc HOUSI.li
WAIOMMAttAERS
, I-
TI11-; STANDARD HOLM-.
IIITLDING I CONTKACTiNt.
COMPANY UMITBO
6H8 Carrall Street
The 11. C. Wills
Timber and Trading Co.'s
Patented Sectional Iluildings.
English  practical  watchmaker;
J'.stablished iWy.
Specialty,   repairing
uroooBoors,
311 Carrall Street
»ee mmm ***************************************
mun iiiMiiB
Imr Hi*' Hiifliesi Paiil MUM
Pitiuas's Business College,
t%t 02,4. ft$t) Reynioitr Street,
VANCOUVER, B. C.
JOB rii'iviiNG
l-..r nil kind*, oi |ui. printing,
j,ha,in \u Sa, Korth Vancouver,
"llll'. EXPftEbS OFFICE
OCTECTIVE AGENCIES
Canadian Detective Bnrean:*—
(lll.ns everywlii i.
Vsncoun 1 OSes     -"*| taffee
p -I «,-',        t'lii.n..:'::»
\\. \v WELSH
t.i in ral Buperiatendi nl THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER. B. C.
SHOT A BEAK eis were Bold in large quantities
  A crowded lnuisc enjoyed  the
Dickson Kells, pi..pm i..i of good things provided, and wend-
the Capilano hotel,had an excit- ed iheii kleps homeward about
ing experience with ,. largi Ll.uk io o'clock well satisfied.
bear tins neck.   IVheii lirst seen	
the Lear, with u Inn,ile li.lL.it Moving picliu.'s ,uul illustial-
eil by nm bubs, m.is seen at .i ed .un! other Bongs, will coin-
shun distance from the house, uience operations  at   Larson's
Mr, Kells took lus lirsl shot at
about twentj yards Irom the
hotel, woundiug the male beat
in ilu side,     in.  heal  lainih
llllllleillallell   111,uic    a,ll    ||,,
the it.....Is, followed a
the dogs,  -Hi K.lis ..ii'l .1 ihiiih
followed tluni up .mil came up
i.n  tin   ti..un.L.i  i a .,i   lighting
i* a * ilion, "ii  Al.iii.i.r,   tu xl,    lhc
.'i.ili inst. Messrs, Campbell &
llui.liisi.il, Uu |Hoprvctors ul
ihe show, u.iiie biglilj recommended, ami declare ilu. ihi]
mil give iln people ol Nortli
Vancouvei a dean, up-to-date
entertainment. There will be
in.mi features which an uot as
imii.iisli   with   ih.   dogs,   bulls rule part ul s slum ol ilns
ulun lu caught sight ul a hu   kind,     I'here will bs a change
nun iue, iiii Le.ii ignored   thi ol  prugrammi   every   Slond.ii
dogs au.I in.nli  loi  iir,   Kelli   Wi.ln.s.i.ii .ui.I Friday,
uuh the utiiii.si ferocity, lt ws -
then that the huntei developed
ihe real nerve ..i iln true sports
Georgi li. i*ii|'<ni.i, (or k\
eral  years associated uuh   1
...„.., na   I.   Kells withheld his u,illl('    ,,,„, Uu,,K   ullh   „„
slM  u",ul   "u   ,m-'H  '""•" mm ol Paine & McMillan,  has
was within about live yards ol formwl a parlnership with J. D
ll,""'1 ulu," ,k  '"■".  *»-~<-H Fraser, ol the lirm oi Fraser 4
"K Jf" '" '|H ""V""' ™» McNabb, Mr. McNabb having re
:i"«iiu" to drop in his track ,,Ull „„„,  _. llllMIU.sv   \hlf
11,1  ",1"""1  would  ™&  '» new   linn   will   henceforth   be
known as the J.D, Fraser Hard
ware Co.
Dissolution of Partnership
tween /'" and Sou pounds und
uas eight years iilil. I..nu.ill
lo iln iiiiiiiii..nli accepted be
lm uuh regard to thi pelt at
ilus leason a.i thi year,Mr.Kells
s.iis thai iln un is in excellent
lundiliou. Null, I.,, i,,,, i.a given that ilu-lirm
- Of   I I'.I-, lalU  Lit.' Il.'ri'a'l
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  !•,* lamme-l  hj   lbs J.D. l'u*. t
Hi. joint services ol Um Uetfa   Hsrdwsii-Co., who will sho eolhet sad
I,.,    ',, ,   i>,  na, - .n.'l ilebll iltte I" tlie
odist and Presbyterian churclu-.s MJI,„r ,-.„.,., A *,,.*.,,,,,
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SALE
tin S,uinii.ii we commence our ball yearly sale oi
special clearing lines, in Fancy white Muslins, Blouses,Cor-
sets, moves, Hosiery, Whitcwear, Ribbons, etc, the prices
mi all sale lints will be substantially reduced so as lo Insure a speed] clearance,
in Ladies cotton vests, sale price     loi
Ladies cotton lists, sale price         l-''.i
jot Ladies cotton vests, sale puce     151
lulls' hair iiliL.uis, regulal   -'"- laid, sale price I yards J.Sc
Ladies unset covers, regula 1 351 and 151, sale price 15c
I.,ulies silk Lclis, regular pi ice (oc, sale price 15c
Cent's Balbriggan underwear, regulal 501 garment,  40c
Gent's socks, black and colored, s.ilc price 10c and 12'.
Gent's celitlar underwear, regulal s.sc per garmenl fttx
J. J. McALEECE
KK1TH BLOCK
LONSDALK AVKN'V
I'H ONE 93
Cleared  Lota
lo Block 3.U, D.L. 550
These lots are, all on graili-dstreets. In 6ne neighborhood.
Close in park and grand boulevard, Water, telephone, electric light.
Price* $600 to $700
easy ItKMS
S. GINTZBURGER
• LIMITtO-
THK NOKTIl VANCOt'VKK SPKCIAL1ST
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
I-. n. imx sen,
ball mn Sunday morning and
inning, ai 11 a.m. in.I r p.in.
respectively, coumieiiciug mxl
Sunday, An eflort is i,, i„
in.nh to gather logethei a choii
and good enlhusia .tii sen ices
in..i Li ezpei Hal
Iln- social  provided  bj   the
ladies ..i tin I'ii bj terian church
on Thursday evening was .1 de
cided  success.       fhrough   the
kindness and generosil]  ol  lhe
Nnrth \' nr. I Itt li July, 1901).
SEE US  FOR
SASH     DOORS      MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,      ETC, ETC.
BURRARD SASH & DOOR IACT0RV, foot of St. George
Via i,.licit • trial I'M on - nur I Men irasll ..r Itrg*.
DR.
MORRISON
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TENDERS WANTED
11 S'liEUSun- unii.il bj the nnder-
a,,a in main on Friday, July SOth,
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-i.ui.I  11 ti..* land ia.* ..f tin- N'.nl. Vim-
court*! Clly I .rn.-, I inii.-l, m vancou*
wt.    r.irii.'* i.'ia.l. on.- «iil -i.ii.' nrlci
aa. r 111..nlli up ia. -.*].1 ,nil.. r SOth, I'*"
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A. \l STEACY
llliiuls   ul   t llit   Ullllill   i.l   ling I'.in ..I aim |.r..|..-.-.I
land, Iht St. Ckmcnt ■ hall
m.is ..lliteil. .nul 11,1s prouipll]
accepted, cousequenlh the social
11.1s held there, An 1 iccUi-m
programmi was carried through
and in - ream, Im rries and Una
it... inra* mini • * ..|*i*r**i.*.| i.i tii*. Man*
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CALL ANU SI I. THE NEW
VSSOM Ml \ I OF
Ctrtltt   10*1 if air    I: e ,in.i Seen,! Stieet
I'h.oi    tt   iin.:   lli.'
I  Wi \    Wh   s| \|'1.|*  GROl Klill-'.S
i   Lool snd Foreign Fruits
j Flash snd Case K«qs
.
Choice Creamery Rutiei always on hsnd
Lsmp Goods, Glssswsre
Crocktrv ii.iii'. linisl., s.  Brooms, eti . sti
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vSilverware
Given
Away
I    AS PREMIUMS TO CASH PI RCHASI RS A I
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IIKNkY T  C. HV1TS
PKKCY KIM,
HENRY EVES ir CO.
The GENUINE North Vancoaver Specialists
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Who Carrie* Your Insurance?
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Insurance is one of the most important departments of our business.
We can write up Insurance for
fIRC,  Lift, PLATI GLASS,   LIVI STOCK,  LLC
ilk)-, IN81 RANCH is an l vi UKMl.l.Y 1MP0ETAN1   MATTEI      TIIK COST is Sti
MAi.l, 1.HV1 NOONK CAN  AFFORD Tti RUN Till-; RISK 01 LOSING Ai.l. in A
FIIE      Wli SHALL BE VERY PLEASED TO QUOTE YOl) A RATE.
UK RKP1B8BNY Till-,
Commercial Inion Fire Assurance Co., of London, England
Which lm-1 C'apiUl ind I'ire Pund toUlling$40,000,000
SEND Ul   \ POSTAL IND LET OUI REPRESENTATIVE CALL ON  YOtJ
HERE'S A SNAP
21-2 Acres
in Lynn Valley
$875 Cash.
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NOTt ADDRESS-67 and 69 Lonsdale Ave., Norlh Vancouver, Phone 6
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