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VOLUME 9
NOKTH   VANCOL VER, B. C, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1910.
NUMBER 25
City Council Hold  Regular Session! Latest Bridge News i Mayor May Returns District Council MeetJLocal and Personal
His Worship Acting Mayor
McRae and all the aldermen
were present at last Monday's
regular meeting of the city
council.
The matter of opening 3rd
street through the Mission, and
additional applications lor gas
franchises were among thc most
important subjects under discussion.
As per appointment a number
of Indian chiefs (rom the Mission and Indian Agent McDonald were present, and the Indians' side of the ran with regard to extending the street
through the reserve was presented. The terms asked by
the chiefs were, that the city-
supply them with free water
and a hydrant in perpetuity,the
waler to be supplied in 12 taps;
four street lamps and electric
light for their church also in
perpetuity, and that the strut
through the settlement bc fenced. Aid. Irwin said he was in
favor of fencing the street and
of giving them thc free water
mentioned, but could not agree
to lour street lights, as he considered that two were sufficient.
Hr also questioned whether the
citv could, legally, pay for ihe
lighting of their church. He
ligured on a basis of 50 years
of U lut free water and four arc
lamps would lost and found
that it amounted to nearly $20-
uoo. He asked Mr. McDonald
to present tins phase ol tin-
matter to thc chiefs, which he
did, but with the result that
thev were as firm as ever in
their demands, and were willing
to call the deal oil if the city
did not wish to give theni what
they asked. The sum of $250
was suggested for payment, in
lieu ol their request lor church
lighting. They were firm in
this regard ws well. It was finally relerred to Aid. Kowler and
his couimitlee to arrange another conference with a view to
making a compromise ol some
nature.
Under the head ol correspondence was a communication Irom
Mr. C I. Vt. I'iper, and   from
Mr. D. Mania- with  nfaam
to gas Irancluses. Mr. I'iper
invited tbc council to call at
his ollice in Vancouver and in-
spiii his gas apparatus whiih
was installed in the building 111
which the gas ttas used. It dul
uot there-lore require any slieel
mains and was iiiiuh cheaper
1 luu coal gas.
Mr. Morns, hi making application lor a iranchi.se to install
.ni'i operate a gas plant in this
city, staled that he had put in
plants in Nelson and Calgary.
Both letters were received and
liled. Aid. Irwin stated that
he thought the only leasihle
way to deal with the gas question was lo advertise lor tenders and come to a conclusion
in this way.
The Hank of Hamilton, of
Vancouver wrote in reply lo a
litter from the city, asking the
bank to donate a small 1 or nor
ol their property at the iorm-r
of ist stmt and Lonsdale ave.,
so al to make it rounding and
more convenient for trallic. The
manager at Vancouver said he
would lorward the communication to thc head olbce but he
did not have much hope ol thc
request being granted.
C. .1. Fagan, secretary of the
.inti-tttberculosis society, acknowledged with thanks the resolution of the council to subscribe I'io in aid ol the society.
A report was read Irom tin-
city engineer rccoiumnnding that
the district council be communicated with in regard to locating
the line of the city's lr> Imh
water main along the Lum
Valley road, and also to .1 M
tain il they were going to dear
the right oi way. The report
was adopted.
Rev. .?. D. Gillam wrote, .submitting a resolution, passed
unanimously at a meet ing nl
the members and adherents of
St. Andrew's ihurch, held re-
icnllv, in which the council was
asked to take action   to   pro
hibit prize lighting in the city.
The undesirable phase of tlie
question was clearly brought
out by tlic writer. Tlie clerk
was instructed, on motion of
Alderman Irwin, to communicate with Mr. Gillam and advise that the council had the
matter under consideration.
T. Prime wrote, advising that
there was a pile ol inflammable
material ou lot 2, block 134, on
3rd street, and that it was endangering the nearby buildings,
lt was referred to the clerk and
the chiel of police.
A petition was received Irom
lio citizens asking for certain
improvements on i,Uh street between I.ousdale avenue and* Nlli
street. The petition also requested that a four foot sidewalk be laid oil lhe south side
of the above ineillioncd portion
ol 1 uh street and lhat a street
light be placed on the. corner ol
Chesterlield ave. aud 13th street
The Rev. J. Ii. Hoouer, A. E.
Crickmay and T. Martin spoke
in support of thc petition. Aid.
McNeish wished the gentlemen
to uotc that the city was calling lor lenders for 200,000 leet
ol sidewalk material. Alderman Fowler, while supporting
the application for a sidewalk,
ihought that il had been the
policy oi the council to supply
lhe wants ol those living on
streets where they did not have
any sidewalk, before laying any
walks on streets where there
was already one, the present
case lor instance. It was relerred to the board of works
and the lire and lighl iiiimml-
teo.
A plan ol lhe sul-divisiim ol
lots 1 to 5, D. I.. 548, and of
blocks 2 and 5, D. L. bib, was
passed.
A plan oi 1). 1,. 311. 313 and
34b, submitted by Mr. Bridge*
man, on bcliall oi the Ninth
Vancouvir Land & Inprovciueiil
Co., was relerred to thu Putk
u.iiimittce.
A plan ol lots 12 to 13 inclusive, block t>2, D. L. 550, was
relerred back.
An .iu.unit ol tin waterworks
! department lor .-'120.04 was
[passed.
The health loiiiinitiee iu their
report iiioiiiinendiil that tliey
dial nol think the proposition
'lo build 1 hnsptt.il lor the pm-
'prictors ol the North Vaiunii-
vei Hospital, 111 puisii.iiiie ul I
request made at la.st wick's
llli-cling, wa.s Ic.isiblc; they alsu
reiommended that in regard lo
non-registered plumbers operating in the city, lhat tin londi-
,110ns ol the Plumbers' By-law
lie culorccil. The reporl WWS
adopted oil motion ol Ai'l Mc-
Niii.sh and Siliultz.
The finance committee recommended that tctidits be lulled
Ior all civic advertising; that
the auditors' report lur 190a Ih-
accepted and that the sellout estimates lor 14I11 Ik passed Tin
report was adopled.
The Imuiil ul works iiiuiii*
mended that a url.uii sum ul
iiiuiuy bc iKirrowed lor tin purpose ol 1 baring and grading
streets, and that iu the event 9
the ratepayers sanctioning lhe
loan, that 2nd slreet In tin lirst
to lie improved. The report
was adopted.
The board of works lui llu 1 u
commended 111 rcli-rcinc in ilu
plan ol thc North Vancouver
Land & Improvement Co., that
St. Andrew's, .Mahon and .loins
avenues be made So leel wide
nistiud ol hh leel. It was ai-
ccptcd.
The waterworks loiiiinillu ii
lommttidcd that thc Miai]     '■
jlhc caretaker at the intake   oil
Lynn creek be inertia sul to -
per month, to start from   first
of thu year; adopted
The lire and light committee
reioiniiuiiiltd ihal the salary ni
tlic caretaker ol the fireball lie
increased to tj$ P»'r month Irnm
thc first iti tin vear, and that 4
street light be placed at the cor-
Ottawu,  Feb.
Alex. Philip,
North Vancouver.
j.I ih
Continued on I'age Five
Hill Ihiough committee goes
belore house tomorrow, ilnn
leave lor home.
(Signed)      J. V. lMcNaughl
The above telegram was received lasl evening und is sulli-
cii-nl indication that the Hurrard Inlet Tunnel and Bridgi
Company have been successlul
iu getting their bill of incorporation passed, ll gous k-lore the
house today recommended by
tlie railway committee, which
practically means that the municipalities will have then charter, and bc iu a position to
commence construction as soon
as linancial arrangements arc
lnaili. In a report ruccived
this morning, it is slated that
Reeve McNaught leaves lor Toronto today to discuss with prominent capitalists lhe linancial
arrangements which will ensure
the early commencement of the
construction of the tunnel and
bridge.
As a consequence of tlie success attained by the delegaiis
from thc coast, Mayor May,
Reeve .McNaught, and Mc... is
Ba Mahon, G. II. Morden, and
E. W. McLean, hearty congratulations arc awaiting tlictii
when they report officially lo
tlieir constituents. The prevailing feeling is that whether or
no the subsidies from the dominion and provincial governments are grunted—although .1
combined oflort w ill bu put
lorth to obtain them-the people are determined to have a
bridge over the Second Narrows
The popularity of lllc project
will undoubtedly interest outside capital as well as local.Ik-
caaae of tin- inportaaci ol —it
couiiecliiig link, nol onlv lo
Ninth Vancouver, bul lo the
vast expanse ol territory lying
Iietween here and the line of
the Grand Trunk Pacific.
PROVINCIAL    ESTIMATES
I Aluyor May, the city's dele.
igalc to Ottawa ou the burrard
inlet Tunnel aud Bridge project
.uid other railway mailers, cl-
Icctiug lhc proposed Second
Narrows bridge, returned irom
the eastern capital on '1 uesday.
.uayor May had some very 111-
teiesting things to say regarding his irip. Speaking ol the
Imsiness in hand and the rccip-
luon ol the delegation by tne
railway commilliic, lie said lhat
llic auditorium in which llic
committee meets, was surely
appropriately named when ll
was called the "bear pit."
.Nearly every mumbcr ol the
government is a member oi llic
railway loliinilUcc, and the ar-
raiigcliiiiul ol the seats when lhc
couimitlee is in session, is such
uli.it lhc word "pit" applies.
The word "bear" alludes to
the liiciuU'i's whose scats arc 111
the ccutre oi lhc room and lacing lhe platform which is elevated to a considerable iieiglu
above ibe main lloor.
.Ur. May says the scene in the
"pit" when a heated debate is
going on is nothing short ol
wild. Members will be seen
jumping to their ieet anu protesting loudly against the
speaker s utterances,wUile those
111 accord with lhc remarks,will
bc ou ilu 11 leel also, shaking
their lists 111 the laces ol Ihose
ol their opponents.
When the V. W. & Y. bill was
called, the chairman remarked
1l1.1i he had a whole pile ol resolutions and memorials in this
connection Irom those interested 111 the case, and asked ll he
should read ihem, the cry was
"No" Consequently, observed
thu mayor, that waa all the
good our resolutions, etc. did
when it came before the coiu-
l;mtlec.
Mr. Cowan, M.P., as Dumber
lor Vancouver and Norm Vancouver, introduced the Hunurd
luka imiikl and Itridgc Company Iiill, and spoke al some
length ou its provisions.
Reeve McNaught was next
called and gave a summary ol
the existing conditions out west
wlnn lhe bridge was required.
Mi. McNaught w.ucd waim and
displayed a touch ol western
lei ling 111 regard lo giving the
V, 9. 4 Y. another extension
Ills remarks III this respect were
ri Milted and .111 uproar lollow-
cd. Thc reeve, however, got his
i< marks adjusted and gol start
I'd on thc right track again.
Mayor May was then called
and benefiting by thc lormer
speaker's experience, steered
clear of any personalities. His
,ulili 1 ss was well received.
The .solicitor (or lhc V. W. &
\. i.illiil him back on the platform to ask him why it was
that tho delegates wero object-
in-; to their amendments with
nn nine lo charging toll on the
bridge, when those same ilausis
WOtt contained in the bill of thc
Hurrard Inlet Tunnel tt llii.lge
Company.     His worship   said
lit   was   not   aware    111.1t    ihal
The estimates whiih have jusi
Uin brought down 11: lln local
house show that provision is to
Ih- made Inr a grant ol {330,1100
lor the Second Narrows bridge.
The expenditure lor the vear
will be tlmi ted mostly to pull*
In works, while large appropriations are made lor other important undertakings
The estimates lor lln m.i!
vear show that the expenditure
will be approximately {f,7j8,-
237, with a revenue for the
-..inn period ol $7,000,000,
lliillldi'd ill the publii woiks
estimates ni S |,2S*\"nt', is ftJO
mm (nr Siioltil .Villous bridge,
$:ihi,ooo lor lhe new Vanintivir
Cniirt Housi .nul }loo,000 lor
ihe Miinii-ip.ilii\ ol Point Gut.
The principal headi tl tathna-
ted rcicipts art Umbel limisis
||,900,00(1 and   land   sales   .ci
SOU,IKK).
Oii   W1du1.sd.1v   in the housi .\__________________i
,,     , ,      ,„    ,,M    . ,  .,       ilausi   was 111 the bl   . and ll il
lhe  follow mg   bills passed  tlnir
The dislriel council met iu
Mr. lkidgiiian's house lost evening, when the two re-elected
members were duly sworn in,
and look their seals,   and   the
'committees were rc-coustttutc-d
aa before.
The correspondence   was  laid
J over to a special meeting to bc
held ou Monday evening.
Three tenders were opened lor
lhc south end uf Marr road, and
that ol Mr. E. Ellingson 10 do
lhc work lor >3*)n, was accepted
| A number ol applications lor
road superintendent were considered aud oiler a ballot was
taken  Mr. Waller  11. Davison
I was   duly   appointed,   aud   11
was resolved that he would take
up thc duties al once.
Some discussion arose as lo
how llic work  in  thc   dislriel
1 could besl bc turlliercd, and intimation was made thai Foreman DeWollc was leaving llie
service nexl month.
it was resolved thai lhe councillors lor W ard 1 w ork oul and
recommend a suitable appointee
lor that position.
in relerence to work iu the
quarry, it was resolved ihal
Mr. Hunker be ollered the position ol driller, and that J. W.
Eva be ouered thc position as
quarry foreman.
twenty-six plans were submitted tor consideration and ol
tiicse, eight wen approved, aud
the remainder laid over lor
lurther consideration.
The board oi works report on
I wages bills was adopled and
payment authorized.
Councillors Allan and Bridg*
man were authorised 10 meet
the B. C. El. Ry. Co., in regard to a number ol matters
allccling tneir work tn the district.
ln inference to the proposed
legislation of the government tn
restrict the voters' list onlv   Ic
j those who are registered   pro-
Ipt-rly owneri in the district, it
was considered that this legi.<
j latum would have lhc ellect of
disfranchising over 50 per cent,
oi thc electors in this muiiicipalily as well as in other  mu-
' nicipahtiea.
The council resolved to communicate with the government
staling   their   objections,   and
1 also io communicate with  the
other    municipalities      asking
lliem to do the same.
The annual indemnity by-law
' was introduced and duly passed
The councii then adjourned to
meet in the municipal hall  on
Monday evening, at 7.30 p.m.
Jack Loutet and N. Lonsdale
Mr. Antwislle ot this cily,
has leased a place on 3rd strict
and will occupy it shortly.
Mr. R. Fawcett has purchased
a house on 2nd street near St.
David's avenue, and purposes
i moving in at once.
1 Mr. C. .1. Germyii, a nutt
arrival 111 lhc city, has moved
into his new house on 13th
street east of Lonsdale avenue
I Mrs. .1. Mudndge and her iwo
children ol Victoria and Miss
'Blythc, oi Savonas, are lhc
guests ol Mrs. F. Templer, 1 (lh
street.
a
Mr. A. S. Williamson, who
bas jusi lately arrived in thc
city from the upper country .ha*,
rented a house on blh sireel,
east of Lonsdale avenue.
Iu last week's issue an account was published of a lire 111
Fromme's mill iu Lyun Valley.
It was ailerw.lids lound lhat
the lire had occurred in Cook's
shingle mill.
! Miss Bertha Sale, sister of L.
Sale, of this cily, leaves tomorrow   Ior   Victoria,   wheic
I she intends spending a holiday.
Tbc St. Andrew's aud Caledonian society are arranging
ior a dance and social to In
held iu the Horticultural hall,
on Friday evening, April 1st.
It will be in the nature ol a
fancy dress ball only an alliie
ol any description is permissible
'Refreshments will lie survitl.
] Miss Clements, one ol th. junior tcachtxs oi lhe Chesterlield
avenue school, mel with rather
a severe accident this week,
while enjoying a sleigh ride on
one of the streets 111 Vancouver.
As a result she has been cou-
Imed to her room lor thc past
1 lew days. Her position at thc
'school is being filled temporarily by another lady teacher.
lirsl readme lllll entitled "All
Ail to amiand tin* 'Steam Boil
ers lllspiilioii Ait IQol" ■ \„
act In incorporate the Citv oi
Prince Kupert" and "An act to
.iniend the Diking AMMMtenl
Act."
The following lulls wm pua-
t-d 1 sfmnd rending Wesi.rn
I'miui Fire Insurance; B. C.
Parian;   B, C  Alaskan   Bail
wat     111,,, ,si   nl  Calftlntlla,   l'i
ific St Alaska railwav; Briii-h
Columbia    Central     kailu
Northern      Vaiiuuivir    Inland
was there 11 shuuld Ik strtiik
out. "I am not a law mi . .nnl
did noi Iraim the bill, but I am
ipaaUng thn Will of the people
I iipriSfiit, aiiil thf\ want a
free bridge except to railw.ns'
strongly protested the speaker.
As the committee rose at oin
o'clock sharp, the delegates aad
their supporters were v»\m tally
anxious to have the nutter
brought to tin- "quf.stlnn but
this, he .illumed, muld not he
dnlle, as some ol thc Itl'OBfMl
interests were in lavor oi it be
Partnership or appointment
as commercial manager wauled
by young, thoroughly Ofpri
enccd man; good organizing a-
bility; very energetic; Scotchman. Could invest Itjob in
sound concern, principals only.
In loiili.lniiu. Address K.M,
I Express office.
i The B. C. El. Ry. Co. an- iu
stalling a new air coiiipiesyii
plant in the substation on tht.
David's aacnun, this week. I'ini
have also added to their u; an
ing outfit a new tower  iai, [01
I trolley 11 palling.
The service at thr Baptist
'church next Sunday will he conducted by Mr. G. J, Dennes, a
forceful speaker, who has travelled considerably in eastern
and other loiinlrits, and has
had successful cxpirumi in the
pulpit. There will lie special
music and a cordial welcome is
* 11 elided   tO  all.
BUSINESS  LOCALS
Elder Murray Co. tire insurance
Wanted.—General Servant, by
lamily oi three. Apply .sio
Lonsdale avenue.
Railway;    Howe   Sound    end "I ll,t 0Vl'r     Tlu'   mniiahl,
IViiincrlon     Vallu.     Huilw.n    '"""' arriv*-«l with iititlimg    W
Cariboo,   Bariunruli   and mil c°wpliaW   Imp* an aojoan
low Hiver lattwaj   v.in..mi, 1 l"l'n, '" 'i" tat anting, »nii
Incorpni.itinii   Ail   Amendment ,l"'   recommendation  that   th
and False Creek Ponahort
Amendment.
\(,   tWO partus |d tOgathal  wltll .1
■ view to elliiting a mutual   ai
           t.ingetm-nt.
Argument was therefore ull 111
Favorable progttw  is report    am' "-s Worship concluded t|, ,-
til nn the   Linn   Vallej    1 bis iniistitiunts wmilil l» '
lion. On Thnisdai the ii'pti M'V"I bv returning home Id
nr intortiiiil the loial a, , ;. il Wl the other delegates to »|tch
the poles were up as lar a- lln '"-'tiers whin thev umf up 1 I
Frommc road. lhc lollowing Tuesday.
Mayor Mav's impression was
that tho Burrard Inlet Tnmnl
md Bridge Company would uti
li-ir 1 barter, and .is the V W
* \ got the live years' cxim
sion, both would be empowered
'" I'tiild a bridge, the loritui .1
'i allic and railway bridge al dc-
•i'"l and the latter .1 railroad
bridga. The matter ol the sub
•uiv, he was not pri p.m n to
•'press himself on, but from
private information which he
had obtained, hn mind was
practically settled on that
point.
W anted.-A boy lo learn the
drug business* Apply at Lonsdale Pharmacy, Kth street and
Lonidale.
Lost — A small shamrock
brooch, wlUl pearl centre. Ki-
ward.    548 Lonsdale avium.
Wanted.-A girl to help in
housework. Apply to Mrs A.
S. Billings, Victoria Park east.
Wanted  immediately  --Voting
lady, for position as operator
i Apply  British  Columbia  Trle-
a phnnc  Co.,   Ltd.,   17   Lonsdale
, aveaue.
For Sale—Pure bred, siu;b
comb Black Minorca eggs. Ap
ply Geo. Dennis, corner ol
Eighth and St. Andrew's. Price
51.25 per setting.
Lost-Vesterday, aboui noon
Small bl.nk purse, on .ird.Ch s-
trrtirld or 1st street, containing
small butterfly brooch, set with
pearls and chain attached, l.c
ward.    Apply Express olhu
For Sale.—25 cords of liisU
class dry  wood.      Comer   ol
I.ousdale and hjtli street. Apply on the ground or to lim,
Wagg, lib Hastings street,Vancouver     Phone 5S1,
I'aai Salt, two Snaps. Six
.lots ibise tO linlili \.ild nil   lulll
and jnth streets Thru hundred cash, la.ilatut ,11 live dullars a month on each Int.
Eight room house op 1 rth -tj• et
all mudwn One thousand 1 .h
balance to arranje Agents
•ntrri not apply. Box t:; Ni lit
'Vancouver. ti. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
SPECIAL SESSION OF OT\ cal conditions and requirements:
t'ni Mil.
A    Spl'l id)    Kl" 'IIP;    aal     ill'     a '.ll
i,iiiiiiiI \\,,s lii'lil on W'edi i}
evening toi ilu | iir] ost ol taking au ion in regal
iln- amendments contained in
Uic bill now before
tore, amending tin municipal
clauses at i.
As   Sl', 11    IIOlll     I   p' I II ia!   "I   tllll
section a,i ihe lull. North \ an
couvei *-ould bi placed in u
precarious position not li
,i daily papei published withiu
us precim ts, and would I
and technically he prohibited
ironi proci * iliujj v ith any lot ul
improveititni woik-* undir I'"*d
improvi u ent    |* tilions    Irotn
alWtlll 'I
Following is thi    retiou n
lllllll   lo.
"Subsei tion   i - ol ■,, libit v
is hereb)   amended   b)   ad
the I,,11,an in.' i ordi   "The cost
1,1     till      111.UIU, la.UIU'    Ol     llll     fill *
: aai  ,ui\   slreel    SO
'Provided alwayi
uiuuicipalitj   when
liewspapci is publishe
be deemed
A110U1G1NAL
.TTER
ihat in any.
no  daily    A prominent North Vancouvei
d, ii shall citisen acquired sonu  land up
tufficient ii smh no- the  coait  recently,  which  he
im* is inserted in two issues ol purposed clearing up
i weekly newipaper published ia that located on bn
the municipality, or lour com*
cutive   issues ol a semi weekly
He found
ues.'  put.
ihase was ab Indian  woman
comfortably domiciled In n Uny
newspaper m the municipality, shack, littk thinking of the i if.
or in case oi  a municipality boding u»il of the pale lac*
wlnn  un newspaper is publish- W'as rude
cal, then in i daih, weekly   ot peace, however, uy
semi weekly newapapci publish- ol a couple ol workmen who had
,d in iln* in,nest adjoining nm
she |;;
ly awakened Irom her
lhc arrival
nicipality lor the respective issues ,ib"M provided." ,
Aid. ScluilW w.r. .ippointed a
to lake ihis in,liter up
with ili*.  government  Immedi
..iti'.
SNOW  STtlKAI
installed .unl In, shall Ih
ned im and levied and
■ ilu- property
rail annually, ' and
la*
asses
ollecli I
*,pi*i ul
adding
also the following I In notice
requited by this ei tion to bt
given to cub owm-i ol ociupier
as lllc case may   I'a    ll lii'l  p r
tonally :*< i ■* il hall be deemed
will .nnl sufficiently given, if.
in addition to mailing lli
by prepaid registered mail to
ilu last known plan ol abode
oi such owner or occupier, one
copy ol ilu notice ol llu work
requisitioned Ior is advertised
in -*ivin consecutiva issuel ,,i
some daily newspapi i published
in the mnnicip ilil; . setting
forth in i looliiaai, llll nanus
ol lln owners or ouiipiiTs upon
whom a notice similai to the
adw: tised notici Is so required
to K' given, wiih ilu estimated
mst iii iln work and tin pn,
portion thereol pi";," ed lo Ix
assessed against i at h ol smh
,,uihis oi occupiers.'
The council decided thai some
immediate ... i i> >n should be
taken, and accordingly a coin
mittee, composed ol Aid. Hi
S'eish, Silnili, and the engineer
was ippointed to drall an a*
nienilmeiii lot presentation to
the municipal committee
FollllW ing I  -        Ull plo|
amendment whiih will mul lo
thi
the embrace
eight nu lus u
,|   llu   pasl   week  and I
city has  been  wrapped
of [rou   inui
snow   wilh
hall
in
l.i
ll.e
thermometer at  a low  degree
[Ol   tills suisoli       Thii slate   ol
,iiii.iiis only lakes plan even
leu yean and is something new
in in,on iisidciils. During the
present Winter nearly every cnll-
ditioil ol  wcithii   has been ex-
pi rii need, and to somewhat  ol
all i \irciiic at sonic pell,ids
Tlu rainfall  was exceedingly
he,i\) during the lirsl part ol
the season, I hell followed a cold
snap wlnn good skating was en
joyed lol .it least tWO wicks
A line sptll was next iu order,
and splendid summer weather
was enjoyed lor some lime only
in be followed by lhe recent
downfall oi lhe "beautilul"
which is persist ent lv hanging ou
aided b\   lhe cold snap which is
accompanying it.
At the waterworks intake on
been sent lo tear down her home
She resented this aclion and
chased the would Ik- molesters
ol Inr peace Irom the property
iu qukk prdeT, She was reasonable, however, and deciding
ihai discretion was the batter
pari ol valor, made up her mind
that  she would act pile sec,    but
considered that ■ small compensation should be given her to
ioni lur losses. She accordingly wrote to the owner,   uud
ibis is what she said:
(Copj i        l'"U EssingUm,
March M, n)o*
In D.I
Our 50ft. Lots
D.L. 2003 art- cheaper than Lynn Valley Aowiga,    Qnlj
$130 each
Cash fur-ami flo monthly
Martinson & Co.
lil .11. ESTATE HROKERS
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.0,
Pkaat t;:,. P.O. Bun
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easl and west lines at a later
date. The old cats will still lie
retained in Nortli Vaniouver,
and will be used when requited,
as specials, and this will undoubtedly be the case during the
summer months, u the traffic
lo tins city llus coming season
is expected will be great!) In excess ul anv former vear.
IIB-KLECTED
Dear Sir, 1 send a few words i  ■	
to you I am very sorry now,  1 CANDIDATES
heart   vmi   take   my   house  to j 	
now hilled,     l'lcasc gtVI me a As   was   generally   expected,
ten dollar llelor you brgcli  my nominations in the Distiict   of
hottM.     1 have to tell you.     1 North Vancniiver Ior candidates
will what you say you lell me. ior councillors lot Ward I, wire
1  ask vou  l'lcasc ton inc. ten a mere lorm last Tuesday.
dollar HiJor you take my house. Messrs. .lohn l.awson and W.
well, il not you jjavo mc a ten A. Thompson, who were elected
dollar inr house, well.     Holonc in .1 unitary, and whose election
to uie. il you gave me till (lol- wa.s upset throagh alt Ullful'tini
Iai    well lake my   house   ltcfor ate mistake of  the   deputy   re
nin gave ten dollar
l'lcasc answer my letter.
(Signed)
NKW STREET CARS
turning officer in charge, wete
declared elected by acclamation
Nomination! took place in the
nlliee of .1. I.outet, oll Lonsdale
avenue, north.
The auspicious Decision   was
devoid of any excitement whatever, and the business in hand
iv tin-
About the middle ol next
month the local tram car sir- was spivdilv undertaken
I,win neck, on Tuesilai. lhe vice will be greatly improved returning officer,
thermometer registered onl} six by the addition uf four double
degrees above ten and then tniik, air brake, cars of the kind
was 'o iiuhcs of snow on the that are in use ill Vancouver at
ground, On the night previous the Meant time. The cars are
to that the caretaker stated he now Ikiiic over hauled in   the
was up all night,  keeping   the
ue clear of llu- intake, ami that
his work was mu difficult during the e.irh morning hours.
A number nl local enthusiasts
i njoved a cm ti t lid,, bm the
snow w .is Iiiii soft lo make il
very comfortable in this reipect
, ,u shops   in   Vancouver,   and
when linislu-d   will   be   shipped
immediately to this side of the
Inlet, where tluy will be put in-
in loiiiinission at au early date.
The Lonsdale run will be
equipped with the new cars as
soon as they   arrive,   and    chl
1
NORTH VANCOUVER
Subdivision Near
Lynn Valley Car Line
fl We have the exclusive selling of this subdivision
which is divided into half-acre blocks and located
about ten minutes walk from the Lynn Valley car
line, lt faces on the Lillooet Road and commands
one of the most picturesque views in the district including the famous beauties of the Seymour River.
The blocks are listed at from
$250 TO $400 EACH
$50 cash, balance only $10 per month.
tfl We consider them the best value for the money
on the market today and anticipate that with the
inured Second Narrows Bridge that they will double in price in a few months.
Come early and avoid the rush for choice corners.
BISSELL, BROWN & SNYDER
64 Lonsdale Avenue
MUN   IHIKI:    1 »>l   Hastings St.   I.,   near   Impress   I heal re
ci^cceries
provisions
boots and shoes
cents' fiJrNisHiNcs
Our iini is to nivc latilhctioo
to our customers
Our delivery goes to all pai ts ol
the city. If you have no telephone leave your name and
our delivery will call.
DODDSfr
TYSON
Telephone 41
Cor. Rth St. and Lonsdah
U.
■ m
ltt i te*
MHinit.it iiim 1 nl
• 11 km.I** ..I   Mia.lnn ,111.1 Allll*|il.*   Iilllilllir* *
lien hiiiii' it.ttk mnl 11.1 li-wr.-   bptli
lliK III all it. hrilttiic.
Picture Franlaf.    Furniture Mor»g»,
173 THIRD STREET, W.
MAIL iiltlilCKs fine promi'l ilMNM
I ii wan property with u- il you wanl it sold
W  II  Mi.nit I  ll.t.ly
GO TO
Office Plionc 149
FOR
Signs
House Painting
Paper Hanging
Glazing
Wallpaper
and Paints
Ol all kinds
I'K A BODY'S
RAILROAD
KING
Wi aire mile i|uU bate
Tin-  milv   niaiiiifni'liiri'r
tlmt placet a cut* |Mi"inU-i
il lliey .1"  nm inert IxpeO
eiilione.
Try :i pnir
And I"' I'limiiii't'il
PEABODYS'
UNION M
MADE *
•_*.m<aa*A
Aa  J
'"'fa'I
Pi lll'ia.ll '■•
1,'lll'fl'llll
111
Kiin*
fiOOB
MjBgfljjgg
For SaU bjr
CUMMINGS
iifin's Clothing,       Furnishings,       Men's,   ladies', and
Children's Booti .nnl Sli.n s.
NEXT TO BURNS' MEAT MAKKET
FAIRVIEW ESOUIMALV GREENHOUSES
1 In.ii i-t
CUT FLOWERS
111 lint 11 at lon-i'.l prion
i.m* 11- ;i Inal for
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 Md.sliiHis St., W.        Vancouver, B.C
Garden, Field
and Flower
SEEDS
New 11 up now irrivia| ironi our growers in
England, Prance, Holland, Canada and tin- rniti-d
Stutcs. All lislul as lo vitality and purity on
arrival. The lust is |Ood HKMgh Inr our customers
Catalogue Iree.
Business will lie continued at our old stand until May. Alter that 111 new location, which will he
announced latii
Address:
M.   J.   HENRY,     3010 Westminsler Road
J Vancouver, B. L.
WANTED
North  Yaniniiver Property   inn-linn-   ami   anywhere
Wc have the Imyers and the 1 ,isli.  make your own prices
and terms, and hand into nr phone.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
Lonsdale Avenue near l-'errv
Humes—Office 24       HOUM 22        P.O. Box 60
NOTICE TO DOG OWNEKS
The do| tap lor the Mar 19I1
are now   availahle at tim   city A„ new ho~hould bf pip.
ball.   Any canines luund within e(] for gas in order t0 gm the
a reasonable time   will   bl ini heavy expenditure for this -con-
puuiuliil and the nwiii'is pinsi venience ut a later date.
cuttd N. V. LIGHT, HEAT I
I               vy order POWER CO., LIMITED,
Chiel oi l'oliu* Lonsdale Ave. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVKR, B. C.
COME
and see us at
THE NEW STORE
Just above the City Hall
EXTRA SPECIAL
Cash Bargains
THIS MONTH
Carpet Squares
Everything Reduced
[
54  and 5&   Lonidal*  Av*.
Would appear that unless the
owner did not have his or her
propertv registered, besides being on the municipal assessment
roll, thev would not bc entitled
to a vote.
Thc new aiiicniliiuiit also provides that in District municipalities, constables and collectors ol road tax shall he empowered to take statutory declaration of qualifications to vote.
Wood for Sale
all*-..
General   Contorting,   Clearing
h,\a au.iiiiiL-, Grading, etc.
F. B. DAY,
l'linni-01
14th & Riilgnav
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Coil
direct from the miuei.
Place your order, now aid
lerure your winter1- tnpply.
Large ahipmenta will arri?*
in a lew tlaya. Price! right.
Large eupply of WOOD
alwavs on land    ....
P.  LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. a.
THRIPPLE UNI CLUB
At a DMartkg of non-alhliated
members of the Independent Order of Oddfellows, held in the
I.O.O.F. hall, corner of Pender
and Hamilton streets on Saturday, February 19, It was decided to form themselves into a
club to be known as the Vancouver Thripple Link Club, thc
object of which will bc to keet
the visiting members more
closely in touch with each other
and by that means create an interest which would otherwise he
lost, and also to lie able to assist the local relief committee
in the care of sick brethren from
tlistant lodges who may Ik in
the city.
Thc Grand Master, Bro. Wallace Law, came in during the
evening, and in a few well chosen remarks, wished the dub
every suiiess.
The officers for thc present are
II. \V. Collier, president, and
Fred .1. Squire, 966 Seymour
street, secretary.
The club adjourned to meet
again at the same place, Saturday,February 26th, at 8..V* p.m.
WATERFRONT DEAL
An importanl transfer of waterfront property was made
this week, comprising lots J, .)
and 3, in block 171, D. L. 274,
bv John Alexander & Co., on
behalf ol J. H. Senkler, K.C.,
to a syndicate of Vancouver
capitalists. The price realised
was S,S<>,ooo, and considering
that the crown lease to the
w■ att*r rights goes with thc lots,
making them of special value,
the purchasers have madt a gilt
edged investment.
ELECTIONS ACT
The bill to amend the Municipal Elections Act, which i.s lie-
lore tlie legislative assembly at
the present time, puts a new
phase on the qaallficationi of a
voter. Heretofore the act provided that the owner of assessable property was entitled to
vote at any municipal election
Ior mayor, aldermen, or on anv
money by-laws. Now the a
iiicndment provides that the assessed owner shall lie the registered owner, and in such case it
HOUSE   OF   COMMONS
The following, bills just to
hand have pasi-ed first reading
in llio House of Commons ol
Canada:
"An Act to amend the Indian Act." It provides for the
recovery of possession of reserves withheld or adversely occupied by any person or persons in
an action at the suit of His Majesty 011 behalf of the Indians,
or by the Indians themselves.
It further provides that anv
contracts allecting Indian securities and moneys must be
lirst approved of by the Superintendent General of Indian Affairs before such contract is
legal. •
"An  Act  to  amend  thc Dominion   Lands   Act."     It  provides that if an entrant  for  a
homestead in any seciion of the
country   which   has   been   set
aside bv the Governor in Council as suitablt* for tree culture,
has, on such area, al the time
he or  his  legal  representatives j
applies (or their letters patent,,
not less than iooo healthy Iruit:
1 reus, that  the. same shall   bc
a, 11 pi ed ill lieu of one-half   of
the    cultivation    that    would
otherwise have to bc proved.
.   "An Act to amend the Immigration Act."    It provides that  Hi
all immigrants  upon   entering routed nnd ground, 3 lbs. $1
the dominion shall be searched
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
For Groceries
Dairy Produce
Vegetables
And Fruits
Highland Potatoes, sack 1.50
I J. it  M. Coffees, fresh
Have I'ou Seen Them?
If not, you really ought
to see
The "G" Brand
Grained Clogs
Thick Felt-Lined, Warm, Coijr
and Dry.     Men'i or Women'!
The "G" Brand Clogi ar«
known in almoit every hamlet
ol the Old Country.
Thouundi of Teitimoniala.
ftr—I. Ranolwa, F*ult|row«rc,
Molurmeu, Drivan, Ferryman, Bull
d.r., null-b.ra, 1 umi..*in.* u an-l tll
niitai.l. *ii*rk..[.-iiiK llieir praleee.
Tblili wh«t weiet dnl>: "Ut-
wired Cli'ii ■NT, They are trerv
warm .ail comfortable, dhouldn t
like to be without them In winter
Have worn thera now (or Iwo yeara"
Youra,  M. A. WALL
(Blorea aupplled In doien patriot*)
AGKNT
W. J. BARMAN
Wt Ith Aie., Weat.        Vancoufer
A. E. I NOMAS
CAEPENTER
mount given
RKPAIKS PROMPTLY MTE*DK>,
(P.O. Box llii
Rt-". 151 -'inl st.,K
11
lor the purpose ol ascertaining
il thev havo concealed upoii
their person anv dirk or revolver, and il such weapon is found
that thc authorities can deport
such person, il it is lound thut
lie is an undesirable. Part two
of this act provides that on and
after the lirst day.ol January,
mil, natives ol Europe, south
of 44 degrees north latitude, and
east of 2o degrees cast longitude
and natives of Turkey in Asia,
shall be prohibited (rom entering in and settling in Canada.
Indian and Ceylon Tea, 3 lb.
can $1
Alhi rl a beet creamerv Butter,
3 lbs. |1.
Also Butter at 25 and 30c.
Eating   Apples
Wine Saps, best table apples
Pears and  Oranges:   Plenty   on
hand at gnatly teduced prices
Lllfl as^a.rtnient ol Imported English Candies Irom 15c 10 30c a Ib.
Telephone 128
Free Palivery
I. O. O F.
North Vancouver Lodge, No.
55, meets every Thursday evening, corner Lonsdale avenue and
First itreet, at 8 o'clock. Visiting brethren cordially invited to
attend. J. Kelly, N.G.; A. T.
Kennedy, Rcc.-sec; J. H. Pilling, Fin.-sec.
Builders and
Contractors
P. LARSON is  prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
Sand, Cement
And ill kindti of Building
Material in quantities to mil
and at reasonable prices.
 APPLY—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TELEPHONE No. i.
Limited
LAJE DipLOCK-WRlHCT
Wish to inform their cus-
tonit-rs that they are erecting
a dry-kiln and will be in a
position to supply
Kiln Dried
Lumber
of all kinds within two wiekn
SEYMOIR LUMBER
CO., LTD.
ttaaale
17th Streei, North Vancouver
NEW WESTMINSTER LAND
DISTRICT
District ol New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE that I, Angus
Alexander Crowston, oil Vancouver, B. C, occupation broker, intend to apply for permission to purchase the following
described land:
Commencing at a post planted
about one and one-half miles
west of Porpoise Bay, thenca
west forty chains, thence south
twenty chains, thence east forty
chains, thence north twenty-
chains to point of commencement, containing eighty acres
more or less.
ANGUS ALEX. CROWSTON
13th November, 1909.
15-33
imamimimimimitimitiMtw^
When work starts on the Imperial Car and Drydocks Company's Plant
Belle Vue Heights Lots
Will be worth $400 each.
Why not buy today when you can get a Quarter-Acre Lot for
$225
AND
$250
PRICE AND TERMS
$35 Down
and $10
Per Month
Couldn't get a better investment or a safer one.      Talk it over with us today.
THE VANCOUVER INVESTMENT CO.
Open Evenings till 9
317 Cambie St. Vancouver
Telephone No. 6152
North Vancouver Office :--Bressey, Peers & Boult
•»t»mmm«iMmmm»»m»mamiiitim^ THK EXPRF.SS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C
THE EXPRESS
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IDVERTISINH  l.'WT.s
Llot) Utd other public bodies, ll
wollld Constitute a grave error
to defer consideration until
.small lonununities became established ud lo leave tlieln uu-
uillueiued to establish their
common centra here or at some
other poinl. The city possesses
an nii.iUul.iI'lc idvUUgl m
llul .she is   already established
tliMIIKSl     I ll-l'i. IV     \|a.     .II.KMIM-
iOeenla i>"r inch aaeh Imertlon
'■ ihoTlcit.ETi    t I"'r ""ll '"  ,ls an ni-aiil/.i-'d    cellllc    oil the
iiiuiitli. '
LwDAiioTiiiaMSom-ii  Kdaya.lt; «*) ground on   which Ueiiien
iloiis development! aie bound lo
I lui a i.i.** . .   I ,i-i   iii--.-rlia.ii. in
lent- |a.*r in..    ..nli -iil'-i*.|iM'iil ni'iT*
ii.iii, m. per Inn'.
Ill   iD-RU    t, ,  a   .    |S    | a,a   11     Nl.lla   ( *.|
a.-   in* iii  !** a in rtlon,
Kail,-   an*   Pit*   l;U   Sllll.lllOll   1      vsldll.'Sll
1     lilun. mj;   v.   llllll   llli:  lill   lllose  lllsli*
,    lutioua iili.i :i will enable Inr lo
All. a ,*:**.    '-
„,,,.  In llif | la ol the pr rlav ,,nei  ; ie besl tucllilie-* and   ud-
1 -"-'' ssaskit        ,,„ ■„,„„„.    „,,, uUll.r
u.inspii.:, aiid sound polk} te
,|iui..s 'Iial ,-Up.s bn laken ill
ever;   possible   way     lo alillcl
THIRD STREET  —4
.so loot lot in.Rlock jo, for flgoo.
KEITH ROAD ■] i
Tin* key to District Lot 265.     Lot 11, Block i.s,
Price Si700.
See us before buying in this subdivision.   We handle
the best and cheapest propert\  along llu> car line.
House and Acre of Ground ■■-■■■■ ■ ^
Close to car line, Lynn Vallty.
J1800.
Good road.    Prii
ELDER MURRAY CO.
;7 Noitli V.nia'iiiri I'liian.* ttU Vhiiiihh
Illliii- Hour-1111.in. l" *'*3t) |i.in.    (I|icii Rvniing* l.v IppotnUDMt
Alter (1IH1* liuur-i, pliouf Llll
IM  (III      a*   Kl    I--U.
vanta^ .. lot  btisllie l U
nl,iiinn !iipi .1 1 b) advocating
,uiai luiitug ihe opening up 01
aviliiii.    ui    tuiuiiiiiniialluli   ill
■ all dun linns such as Will lause.
\ 11.I';,    iin ihese   ijuiiiiuuilies   wheu  they
 make llieir appearance, lo liuil
awaiting them ready and rapid
means ol communication with
llic north shore centre ot trade
and population.
The but thai Uio lell) servue
taiai&g the'ponitionuttH poinl l" VUW«WI operates Hum
at Ml,,,I, -hall unlre .1,, min ,'""!"1"1, 'W"UC *»*»*"••»
i.aa.a al ud Minii.,,    .,- Of itMli tlo   ".uch   .0 cause   a
lUionahipa, oi   the large popn ImK« •"""m" - lr',ul "uUl *
lat.on which is destined .„ con- >u1kI i1k ul>"k 1,uU,ulb lo lo"'
gtagali beyond hei 1 ins up """V   1k:i<   "R*"11)
on three sides, is .1 coaaununi '-'"""'ll l"  l1"- ^»^UVL'r
GREATEB NORTH \ ANCOt
vi-:i;
That the im  "I Korth V'ali
euuvei   iii.ii    succeed  in   iiiai.i*
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THE LONSDALE TIIARM.U)
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
AT   VANCOUVER   PRICES    ...
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE   US  A   TRIAL
NEXT ORDER.
r.
ON   YOUR
PHONE 20
S.   Ill OM.-IS. Tim,, li
DRUGGIST
.>H'>»''">*>$,>*<~>**M""X"H"M *K**!">">*>'X*-H*"K*-K**"*'
Earth
GRANITEWARE
AND
as  llu
ter that is worthy very special
at tm. mn.     lac  movement  to
tiun devoutly in u wished,   in
ihe estimation ui everyone who
has llu besl illtilisls ul llu CXI i
Is     |-l ,11 tll*        I
iii.ss cenl.'
suulh shore.
secure a land regisliy olhce  for
thl city is ol great importance
Wllh.li lhe busi- iu ik lj(;Ul of Uu, problc]u    _
lhc cil)  on lllc hamli cspuclldly „ in M prolu.
bilit) as a result ol thc erection
at lu,ut.   Al Uu   mm    Lim .     1U this eoune*:u.ju 11 is made L| a government building in the
when the uiaiUr is given -    appaieiit now imperative ;s llic ^et.  sittings ol lhe county and
whal mature thought, lhc con- necessii)  'hat the lerry service Itfjogr courts would undoubtedly
vicuon lurcis itaell   upon   in. i» placed aid maintained on \'n i0n,rtV indue cuiirse, umch 10
iiillidth.it    lhe   .ill.iiiiineiil    ul Lughlat plane ol cllu.iiu    U   lO .|a. advantage ol the dty.     The
this ales, 1 able objeii is imt *>i.u i*i|iii-iii), accommodation    ud enterprising pullet which is evi-
lU.ible in .ill absuliili ... 11 .   .1'.. Sel Mie    in    gellelal.      '• ;u   bui -lun. upon  llie pall   ol   leading
ihal 111 Us 11I11111.1I1    luiiu    ih, should uol be ignored '...al .will IjgaJrjgg nislilutious, relative to
I'laaiilein iisoUis useli min mi,,   lhe completion  oi lhe  Secoud North Vancouver, ia one oi the
ol snaring lm  ilu cit)  Un  i u Narrow! I    .gi  ud  l'u  opera- u.,^ ineuiiiaging U-jl uris ol the
uable   iio.siiii'ii   iiliiiid 1.., lo linn ui a liaiulin     .moss    tin: snuation, inasmuch as banking
the gre.iiesi pussihl, ilegn.. same, luvel  iimi   beyond  tl* [irJUtiee arc one ci the   lunda-
Thc topographical reat'urw m '•') lu"|,j *•" llL ,lblc l" I'" mental rcipiiii.uents ol coiiiiiut
the situaliou ari smh ih.it tin,, -i«*'d   '>'   V'attCOttWI   via   ihai a_ upattioo.     The ihai.uiei
wni he a inli   a,1      tiderabli l""h' li'   '"' '•'•c dlld wllll0'a ot tin nwrcutili utabllalnnuti
.ii.iii upon   thru   si,lis ol Uu tha^t, WW*  Ix- .ourneying   bj  loUn(i -yithin the city, will ex-
1.11   iliiougliout Hliiih   u.iiiu the cit) u additional iati  un crl 41_- reaching Intoeue-upon
antl paiioiiagi    Mill    gravilatl   the uny logolint wi'i a chang.  (J^ volume ul Uade transact-d
toward   ilus city along its aa  tM be required.  Ihat this «r- wnhin tha city.   In this nspni
1111.11 ih.iliuel and ,in\ elloil   lu CUUlsUllie     will    constitute    a 0ur local milihallts   are  Sollle-
divorl    ihal    n.iin     tbewbvTl suiuewhat  KjiollK  handicap   i v :■,,-. -agriouly handicappeil   bv
would be nought intu iiiiui,, undeniable am' jiut how to sin R.jSou ol thr largci stores  and
ditlicully.  All ilu u.iiiu   Irom usslully cupc with il is a pro- ,-u. _,. , catnpetitioa lound a.
iiu s>e 1 um of tin distil. 1   im. Idem whnh   will   require   win- lfoss the  Inlet, but   gradually
north oi thi citj will (all with lioo.   Thaiami Ic,   in pres,nis Fj^aacconditiou will right ilu-m*
in ihis il.iiii as inli .is Ihal ul 11-'ll relativi  tu .1 dii'ecl    lei ri s(jVl.Si and our local nierihaiits
:iitoi} iui .1 touaiderablt Irom Capilaro( outiide ol lift! uill be in position to oiler  in-
duiaaci on thc ent and un thi Narrows. duccments which will iflictivdy
•wt   wus belt on the eut ud Tin*   ahaoltn    ,"  "••■)    o' diaeouragi ut-oMown iw Hag
uu   tin   ue.si   ni'i   imi*;, into building    111      ,,;, 1,lining good .Meaiitinie tisideiiU. can greatly
what ...a) be tciuiiii   .1 neutral rotdl  an. <is  within   tin assist in this matter b) iimsis-
belt iln ii.uii .um   travel num city and oi uecuhng   ihe   same umly doing the largest pomibk
which mil un ule iisell iiialiiiu* hading   u   Uic -ily in uipiuiis aiiioiiut   ol   their    trading   at
mil) between the routi via ilus numbcri .. «u -i1'. pan*   "'  Ut* home.   Ther inltl involved aft
all)  aiul iln luiiu   m.i   heiulid disliiii, is   , vital leatui ' of the ul lliUih "'del appluatluu than
Aaiiuu:. bridgi   ui    tuch othei  problem un ci   lis.ussiou.   It is ihe     immediale     iiaus.utiun,
.nuiiiis   .1-   111.11 1.1 a,.iiial,1,    bul uceUtf]    0 nbi' to u'iuli whnh   may   mean   only .1 lew
Ueyond   thu  neutral bell   will liuoi in thi citj oi I'anooover, dull,us, and in their real idgnj
,,1011   up   mi,11,uiniii,*,   uh.,,,,  111 oiiln to realize tin but ihal hcuce are ol vel)   great  mo
long similar lines with reference
to the educational, religious,
social and other features of civic lile. The problem is ,1 broad
one, involving very many con*
suleralions, but it is one low ard
which uidilkreiice would bo latal
upon thc part of the city.
Greater North Vancouver is
already 111 thl making, ami in
the formative period those ties
sliould be I11111K established,
whuh will 11 id the siirroiiiuliiij:
dlstiu t by .'ollsldcrutioll.s ul
mutual advantage to llie pn
sent and future rnetropolii ol
the north shore of Ibn raid Inlet, the iitv ul Nortli V am ouver
It iniglit si-i-tn a trifle, Imt one has to be very ra
can-fill  nowaday!  in   tin- itleotion   uf <*
kitchen anil conking utensils. J\
All our culinary utilsils are of the very best ™
make antl personally selected. $
We have just received a shipment of k
English Graniteware isi>
which we would like to show you. jt
Paine  ®. McMillan
The Pioneer Hardware
Tht    Sherwin-Williams    Paintt    Cater
Earth
MORRISON'S
S 1 G N
W 0 U K S
Keith Block     1st Street W.
Close to WATERFRONT
Onlv n li u hits hit.    All cleared.
J.'7i nnd $.125, ' . i.isli, b.il  li, 1; I 1S months.
I bete arc money makers.
Sixth Street
A KINK. DOIItl.KfOKNKK.-.' hloeki Ironi
l.iinwlali-. Ht|0i nni-lliiril rash, bal.HA
II iiuuilli..   A ri'iilly |00d huy.
FIrc-f   Cl «no*   lli.. 1..1111111; Im-iin*---ir. • 1 ..I   Ni.tili V.11. mi-
I IfSl OireCl vvr.   Une Hl« ihi. *",'i, ♦'.'Vhi, .uif-thinl i-anli.
hai. ii ,v IS,   r.iniii in .mil have a talk with ii*
1 h.ive inn* nr nrt) .'..nl lnbini's- |'r.i|Hijiiiniia,
Ca E. Lawson
Real Kstate Spacialial 15 Lonsdale Ave. Phone 70
• nt ui,1,iiu) will in   I.* mth in . 1 el,1 *  highway! paopli a *' in building up at North
.  .iim.uii     clow:     in.ii.*     a.i,    mil walk dislaii'is ulilvh would Va-u 'live,   a coiiiiiunuinj;  uii-
uiiii iln  tmr| uii ihe suiith .in,   e.Uind over j \e-\ laTgl prupui- ire 0| 1, • .vi tra.lc and inllucliee.
iniil .uid whusi  1,an,1,>    u,,,, ,,i iln ,;,.s rui niuiudiatil} a-^k   mailtt   „[   aiinisciiieiils
uou -mii iin local north  iiui   coatifnoui io  lus city, ud It s|„)UiQ reccne us just moincur.i
mj will in a,i ,1 carnal charai   laupcdiul Jut leery eiioi' be 0| aui-niion.   \ nt\ ;rreat <)• al
ter.                                                    made lu ule.  lllc Insl ol clieuiu- i(- U|)ll, ant) 0l „„„„.  ,s ,|evoteil
,1  1,, ,i„   .i-iiiunl   ij   pedisttialt    travel lu,w a-days   to   tecre.ition   and
tlu centn
proiperit)   ot   ilus  mi   ihal townrt t-ila dty u
UH)      available    i.xpidli'iH    lu       Tin* ,,u„* ,   thl tlalliline
iini ud   uiili/iii   uliuh 'ststuii in i.-, ration *itluu tins
Mill .lislsl   ill seciinii,.   ':■   1  il    cilj   ,,   ,,|.   A\ as possible III all
innate ui all tins tin,1..i\   1,. directloni  ihrougbont the tbs
the utmost limit   ol lhe |  *        iiul, is a mosl impoitaiil item
iiilnii.s.    'iiu   appenegi   uliuh in thi itnaUoo,   Then an the
lies just U) 1 tin  Innn.is   ui  largUt   po-Mbililles   oi   lunclit
tin utt ti'pii.aiuis 1 connected t  b cordial co-operi
great wed b lo tlu centn to iwn batwan the electric rail-
wluih u mat hi attached and it tra] compuy and the ity of
is a bnitnm propo ition ol thi Korth Vnuouvn The policy
Mii'.niii.i ih.iiKiiei thai tin in followed by lb coiup.1:.) oper-
ul KOTth \.ill.uiu addiess .1,111-; these ll/ ,s mil exert a
ii.1...I1 uuh aU uui**, .md pu M,|] ,,1'h irrcstibl" inlbiuice in
niitanci to the undertaking ol encouraging or in dincouragi^
[lOMlllIng hu.ili 111 actaalit) | vu\ lar^'e and .1 teadily in-
ol thai A'hieh ii righilull) im creasing tMn of travel In this
in the natural ord* ol ivcota.   diiciiiim.
lt mat    liulliel    be   ubserteil      lhe    project      ol     promoting
ihat 'lu pT a„   intu   ,,i net-,    laulilt     loi    tin    Irani*
which        a -bi. iiim ,1. turn of busin ess .uid ni*| H'l'ii
ihould be given thii important a'c  means loi    gratifying   the
*   iil\ luinieil, botfd qui 1 loi pleaj ure   and   ,imusc-
ol 11.1 ns.uu.i tiia-nt  .mini, OX | cit),       1 Hiat
al,mseiiieul, and in the regular
auiuse ot (i Ills It will U' illl-
pi-ralivc to the wellare ol the
uii, thai the iiistoman ave*
ms through which thii natural
ami he pi' I   tendencj   finds  expression   idiould be citablished
.nnl iiuoi.. .."•' iiiihin the illv.
Much   llllRilt   also be said   a-
Wallace
Shipyards, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS,
ENGINEERS &
Boilermakers.    .   .
Iftriai   ami Station*!*- Ba*
pun and Hoilet Work promptly eaecBtad.
TelephoM 103
North Vancouver
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACTORY, foot of St. Ccorge
We- miliiil 11 lr.nl lml sa vniir (Mmi .undi nr lariie.
Pianos&Organs
Tuned rind Repaired
Cbir|*eitl ode rate
gatilfll lion (niaiantrtd
WILLI4M LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER * REPAIRER
"I'egweH" 14th sl., w  l-'iirlies Ktc.
P, (  mil riiiiti prompt itlM
lion.
PIONEER BAKERY
WAI MR & III VII K, Proprietor*.
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
liy our XXX Drown I'm.i.l   Dill) .h lively lo all parti ol citv
I'liiini s„md 54
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. lonsdale & 6th St.
North Vancouver Woodyard
tonn i  Si
and Sl.  I'alriik's
Wi    lUppli
Prompt drlii'a i
■Stove Wood
anv length required
$2.75 per load
Phone nr P o. Boi ij6
Advertisements in The Express
Bring Results
No V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
Jan 25th—Hum's Siip|mi
Societ)
Sl   Andrrws ft Caledonian
F
18th Dan©
nth Dane*
"    J5th llaiue.
Mar. nib P.nue
h   15th Dwci
Mini Widow Club
Merry Widow Club
M. in Wide* club
M. u\ Widow Club
Merry Widow Club
"Or to C   V. J.U KSON,  l)th   I""
IS. TYltR, Aecrctari), THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
A  HANDSOME  RESIDENCE
thre
Thr accompanying
lions its this artii Ic show the
exterior and interioi ol tlu i.."
residenci ol T, C. Holt. on i he
corner ol ith streei and St. t n
iln «'s avenue, which has jusi
im n .. .1111 iiii id liv Campbell \
Miller, contractori ol ibn ittv
Tin- ni'rliiii'ilurnl deaigus wen
iiunii' In   Mr. .nnl   Mrs.   Hol!
theinaelvea, and wen1 drawn 1 y
An Innil Pierce.
Tins residence is one ol tbe
mosl li indiiome in tbe i it> anil
is   the   result   of   verv   ian I'd
«ankmansbip with no reiorvn-
tion "i expense by Iiie owner in
ihe construction <>l his lu'.nrt
domicile.
The bouse cotitiains ten rooms.
building   lund   for   the
months J1567.55.
These uuanta total to a
very commendable sum, and
even ks.s the UJNUH lor the
saiiu- period, a j;ood balance is
still left.
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LYNN VAUEY NOTES
Mr. J, M. l-'roiiiine is making
satislactoi'v progmi towards
recovery from the accident in
which he received ■ severe mi
on the left lee; just below the
knee. Dr. Newcombe is in al-
Uiiiliiiici' and -,'ives hope of Mr
Kromiiie usinji his leg again in
iilioiit 1 week.
The   .uiiiiiiil   UlMting   oi    the I
i.miii Valley Ratepayen' Alio*
u.ii ion was Iii'iii last Friday
evening, in the Institute, for the
election ol ollicers, etc. The
reports ol Secretary P. King,
.iiul Treasurer .1. M. l-'rouiliie,
the latter read by P. Kin;;, ii
the forci-il aliseiiii' of .1. If,
l-'romiiie, owing to the wound
he sustained in a late auidi-nl -
were eiiliriTi s.itislnelory. Mr.
P, Westover was iliosen presi-
denl, and Mr. II. Worth, vice-
president, lor the vear win.
The seer.-larv and treasurer
wore re-elected.
IS   llll 111     Oil    .1       tOIl       ll   dai   I  It '"al.
has outside liinilshillgs ol p b1 I
ed concrete ind commands 1 it
of the finest viewi in the cil
Burrard Inlet, Vancouver  und
the inrrounding points.
Extended Irotn the noi th wisl
I'ornu   tu the souih e.isl  cot i'i 1
of the building is ,1 large, wide
verandah   Iti ven   appcaran*
suggeiting comfort.
The interior finishing of the
bottle is hand done throughout,
,unl is ill seleiled local and lor-
iign um ids. All the rooms are
pallllelled and liiain ol the ivi.l-
iIoms are in leaded work.
The plumbing is supposed lo
In* the lliosl s,mit.in in lhe iill
and was iiniii' In ,1 master hand
Mr. II. Knight, iiim previous
in coming to Iiih counti \ was
employed by ro).il 1 \ ia Bncland
Tin   liaih   1 a 11 iin   is  done in
while   elialnil,   and cull ol lb
lieilrooins is equipped with lm
nilhing made to order   in   tin-
east.
Tin- baaeueot is h bj Jl, bj
1  high, and is fitted u|i 111
liiodiirn still.
tlesiilis ilns ihere is u ittii
sintaliie iui nuking three  ad
ditioual roiiiiis il desired.
Mr. and Mrs. Holt have iluii
haiiisi linished throughout 111
Mitiioa work, uliuh lorres*
pniiils iiiiii the interior finishings. Altogether it is a handsome iisideiice in even particular and a most dosiiable home
lor am one.
CITY   COUNCIL
Continued Ironi Page One
ner ol 15th street and liewicke
avenue; adopted.
The Victoria park couiniittee
reported that thev had met the
landscape artist ill the park on
Wednesday last, and had instructed him to make u plan and
submit il to thelll.
Aid. Schult/. gavo -notice ol
motion to introduce a by-law
lor the extraordinary school expenses lor I'llo, to be submitted
lo the ratepayer! when the
other bv-laws are being voted
oil.
A by-law (or the regulating
by license ol aiiialciir and pn*
lessioiial boxing contests in the
cilv wa.s given a first and second reading and passed. The
amount ol the licenses was nol
fixed. The by-law will bc read
I ilnrd time next mondav, whn
these details will be adjusted.
A by-law to repeal bv-law
No. M, the N. V. Light, Heat
and Gas Company's franchise
In law, was read a lirst, second
and third times ami passed.
A by-law to repeal the 8th
Itnet grade by law No. £ was
given a first, second and third
readings and passed.
A by-law establishing the
grade on 2nd street from Forbes
to St David's avenues, was
given three readings and passed
as also was a bylaw establishing a grade on ist street from
Forbes avenue to Lonsdale ave.
KBTBOD18T CHURCH
lhe (plait,lli upmi of tin
Milhodisi ihuiili ol Norlh Vancouver jusi issued, slums   lh.it
tlu church hai been making 11
ci lli-iit 1 in .in., i.il progreai up to
the }lit aj last month     Mtei
paling oil sonic he.iw debtl in
.iniul in connection with tlu
construction ol tin* mm building
ilnn is still a substantial sum
to its eredit.
The    amount    riuivi'il    Iron,
the envelope! wai fl *s }7; innn
iln J-Mimlai sihool >hi iis; Irom
lln l.adies' Aid Socicli Sim.
.iiul othi i' siilisinpiioiis   to   the
Hickman's
Meat
Market
1*1      -il        Ml   ,l'a-       'll        Ha| loQ-h.
,,,VlH\*-    Oil    ll...,l|
Special
111   i'iii   own   mnke
Sausage
llolh I'mk mnl Keel
Ir.'   (iiiaranlecd   to   please
C. R. HICKMAN
Groceries and Meats
l'lione 40
1111 Lonsdale An nui
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I NORTH  LONSDALE
J One 00 ft. Lot on QUEEN imu Loudili,                      f ^00
♦ Dm iiunl 1,1 li     Ral   6,  12. \ 18 miinthv
< 50 \ 152 "ii KING, cli'iiri'il.                                  ,......:...$ 6<io
J Nop caih.    I i.i I   in ''. II, .V: iN months.
I 100 x 152, Cowm 011 KING Uti,  %\m
I 100 \ 152,          W.'si,  |M0Q
J bO ft. Lot clou to l.oi.-dnle,  * NO
j 55 It. mi 8T. GEORGE'S,                                              | 180
i i**r 'in.*   .mil mtfab   T<1.*..      |A( k     |()|           I                VANCOUVER
4 i;h   -                          i*   ll ^r»v"   «-vvia.i     -ti Ki.-i.MKi'Kldg.   Tel.ran
Attractive
North
Vancoaver
Residential
Property
on the Keith Road, close to Boulevard and known as
QUEENSBURY HEIGHTS
in subdivision of blocks 26-30 and 33 in District Lot 553
now offered for sale on reasonable terms and attractive prices
%i/<3
ml
an   i\i for 50-foot Lot*
You are doubtless aware that
North Vancouver property will
1 icrensc in value immrnsly this
year, thcrelore why hesitate lo
buy pro[x-ily lhat has a splendid
elevation, most desirable as a
residential section and having
such advantages as car, water,
light connections and open road<-
R-membor. all lots are 50 ll.
wide—nol 3i.
Please call at the office and inspect plans and prices, and if
you desire we will conduct you you to the property.
APPLY
Wincn £> Co.
Limited
Successor* to Robt Ward & Co.
Winch Building
Phone 279
aao********40oo*o***o****4*e THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
**r*r*lwr
I'H'i'H-W'I'WI 11 H I l'M-14
Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods \
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
,,   Cor. -mi ami Lonsdale Ave.
Established 180".
Telephone SI
Our Spring Shipments
Are arriving aixl tveeall your attention lo tin- bMowln|
Ladies' Cashmere Stockings, (rom 30c to 50c.
Ladies' Cotton Stockings, "     15c to 25c
A beautiful line of Fancy Lace Hose, 35c to  50c
Children's Stockings:
Boys'Busier Brown Hose, extra quality 25c lo 30c
" Little Darling" Hose, all sizes, black,
tan, cream and cardinal
iim II atlwruloo ii Bkirte tie ko.hii laat.
led ai ty.SU .nnl HUJU
Wi In
30c
ii leu
DRESSMAKING on the Premises
paid for a season's licenie to duccd, read a first time Uld
shoot birds, good between Sept. passed; bill to provide ior the
i and Uarch Jl to ,'11, following inspection of tramways, bill to
vein, is J50, Tin lee to bc paid preserve purchasers of stock
for a licenM to angle, good for from loss from forced transiers,
one year from the time of issue, bill to amend the Bush Fire a.i,
is $5. bill to amend   the   Woodman's
The incorporation ol South Lien for Wages aet, bill to am-
Vaucouver was dealt with liv end the Horticultural Board act
the private bills cotnmittit-. and bill to amend the Noxious
The committee considered thhtlWeedi Prevention act.
owneri were sufficiently protect). The Assessment act and a bill
ed under the assessment clauses to exempt from guuniishcc Du-
ot the. Municipal act and the bill minion   annuities, passed third
was reported.
Under the ne« regulations
provided lor in the attorney*
general's uev, liquor act whiih
passed iu liist reading, the lm-
for ,1 wholesale liquor license
for one year is fixed at I300
wilh an added lee ol Sis lor inspection.   The ntail licenie fees  nutlec    a
are fixed on a sliding si ah- ,u- Northern
reading.
On Monday the Hon. Mr.
Bowser introduced 1.) message
I bill to revise and ii-iisulul.iti'
the Companies ail. It passed
lirsl reading.
Amongst lhe private hills till-
der consideration by the corn-
bill entitled "The
British    t'ulmiiiiiu
•H-I-M-M-H-
•ROV1NCIAL hoist;
H-K-i-l-l-l-i-l-I-l-i-H-l-rH-H-i-l*
under cooiideration the Vtiucou
ver, New Westminster   &    lei
on   Thursday  111th.il Dock company's bill. The alsu provided lor under the ,u 1    year lo year so
by Mr. Bud
well Ior the C. P. K., the B. C.
Electric Railwav coinpanv and
Mi. \\. A.   MiDonald   loi   the
In   the.   house
Hon. Mr. Bowier introduced the bill was opposed
new   Liquor    act,    whieh    was
passed lis   lirst   reading.     ilic
bill prohibits the selling oi   liquor to anv woman  in   a bar- city   ot   Vancouver.    Decision
room and to ihaulU-urs opera!" was reserved till Tuesday,
ing vehicles propelled by power     Hon. Dr. Voung Introduced bv
and   earning   passengers    I. r message a hill   to   amend   the
hire.   It also expresslv prohib- Children's Protection act.     The
its the selling ol liquor to dip- bill provides   lor the   appoint
soinaiiiais or persons habitually nieiil ol additional superintend
addicted lo drink aud to tramp., ants   il   necessary,   and     alsu
and   vagrants.    The   bill   will makes it mandatory on iiiiiiini-
lome into lurcc on August 1. palities lo  contribute   towards
A bill to   amend   the  Placet the maintenance ol children   in into liu.
Mining an, introduced  by  the the home, or in unorganised dis
premier, paaaed   its  lirsi   and tricts, on   the  Provincial Gov
scioiid   leadings.     Il   provides i-runu-nt.   tt passed its fust am
thai pi,uer ilaiins may hestak- second readings
i-d lur umber and coal licenses    Hon. Mr,  ilo-isn   Introduced uf
but damage   done   to  the  lirst by message I bill to amend the
less, e must decompensated. Game Protection act.   The bill matter to them.    He thought
A    local    Option     delegation passed its  Inst   leading.    This the time had   come   when   thi..
walled    upon    the    govcrtmiint provides that a liu-lise ul   Sl"" tax should lie abolished as   thl
asking  iur a local option    lan shall U' paid    lor shooting   or jiuvernineiit     had     plenl,     id
ilus \ear.   Thev received the re- angling by anyone who has not inoiiev in thc treasury.  Thcprt
pli   thai  lhe government could lu-t-n aelnalK  domiciled lor lil  micr replied that in p. IM Ing the
tuit pass local option  this net*- monthi in the province.  It Im- Assessment act the government
sion but would make the liquor llnr provides lur an ,1dd1tiui1.1l had   said its last word on the
laws mure stiingiut    than thev lee   lor   liieiise   u| Jjj to hunt taxation qiivslion    Ior this sis
have been. bear in the ipring between Tea  sion. The motion w.i*. Um
The   railwav   committee had i .md .lulv is.    The lee lo bi    The following billn vera intro-
cording to the population with* Company" was proven and ilu
in .1 radius ol one mile ol   the bill ordered to bc reported arith
hotel.   11 there are upwards   ul amendments. Several other bills
a thouaand male adult inhabit- were read, debated  and   passe.l
.mts ul the Caucasian race,   the ou.
lee is 5.tuu, upwards of .sou but in (he house ou Tuesdav Hou.
less than   [000   the fee is Jjoo, i'riee lttlisou brought down   a
and less lhan 500 lhe lee i.s lixed bill to amend the Land aet, pro-
at lias. Commercial travellers, -riding for the perpetuation  oi
railwayi   and   Iteamihipi   are timber Incuses, renewable Irolll
long   as then
A petition was presented and waa merchantable tantier oa thi
1 uceived fruin   A, McNeill   nnd land.   It provides also that laiiu
others for leave to Introduce 1 may be withdrawn at any time
private bill to Incorporate   tha for agricultural settltmen1    on
I'eiiticton Railway companv. due notice given to Uie- limber
On Friday the bill to appoint holder to cut oll his logs,
a commission to lelect I site The private bills committer
lot I provincial university and reported the preamble of a bill
the Liquor act mine up Iur see- entitled, "The Campbell Rivar
und reading The former passed Power Company Conlirmatiou
unopposed. !act," not proved as it was con-
Mr. Jardine, member Ior Ks- sidered that the water act and
quiiualt, moved for a coiiiinis the Joint-Stock Companies acts
sion to be formed lo inquire gave all lhe powers necessary to
advisability ol abolish- carry- out the undertaking 111
nig the poll tax He said it oi- question. Tho preamble of a
ten happened that nea comers bill entitled "The British Colo thii province were confronted lumbia Backers' Assoeiation
with this lax iu main lasosout aet" was proved and ordered lu
their lirsl month's salary be reported w*ith amendments
whieh was sometimes a serious A bill to incorporate the   I'en-
t'ci.u R .ilway company was
read a lirst lim an 1 leleilc! lo
the railway conii.i'te-:.
CLOSING  OUT  PRICES
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Having ili»|i"*e.l ol my niinttry month I" he cli-uiied up by May,
I uin prepared to olfer ipecul prices un all eimli hu|tlu.
Bplemliil aawirtinent ol OKNAMKNTAI, THI-'.KS, aci-liinali'il Mock,
hating heen growing in our grounds for yearn, from Hie. up.
One of lhe but MltOtloM ol ROMS i" Ml'*, i" all the leading lari-
iitii-H, suitable for thliNcdun, in |0od --year I.Immune- ripN, M .-a. I.
HO per 100, JIM) per UXK); Hiiuiller onei" half price.
a'lO.liim FRUIT TWKKS in lea.lii.KJviirii'tii'i.     Let DM priea your li,-l.
111,000 BUADK TRIM i» all —m md prim.
lirefiilio.iws lllll iif plann in all sine*, and pried, (nun fil.liu per Inn
poll up.
M. J. HENRY
Office and Packing Grounds
3010 Westminster Road jj   Vancouver
Cars  leave  ferry  landing lot
all points, as [ollows:
•6.15 a.m.
*6.45   "
Cars leave Lonsdale Avenue,
Keith Road, and Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows.
BAYVIEW
Between the End of the Second Narrows
Bridge and the Steel Car Works, Right on
the Keith  Road.
Our price (or Lots will be the same as before
FOR A FEW DAYS ONLY
$250 TO $300
Terms .--$50 cash, balance $10 monthly
LET US  MAKE A  RESERVATION  FOR
YOU AT ONCE
Manson & Calhoun
41 7Hastings Street, W. Phone 5654
A petition Was pre,..Lli l, , ,)!,,
'..II lulls      .itilie ic     .1-.-.OUJII .Hi,
throughout ihi province .c-.nr.'
I"i .in aliii'idmeni to the Jli.n*-
iipal Clauses acl to allow i.iuni-
iipalities to grant remission,
\i hole or partial, on land:* used
l*i these associations. A Iiill
u.--peeling lhc eity of \ utoria
and the 11. C. Klectric kailway
uiiiipaiiy was read a lirsi ume
ami relerred to the private hills
committee. The application ol
the llrooks-Si anion Lumber
company lor booming grounds
in the Lillooet river and Harrison lake wfas granted by the executive.
Belore the house .seltleil down
lor business ou Thursday, the
1'rumur moved a resolution ol
sympathy wilh the lamily ol
lhe laic l.icuicnaui Governor
Cornwall It was placed on the
records.
Tho lollowing bills were approved ol by the railwa) i.un-
nutlec. lllll entitled "An Act
to incorporate the l'acilic and
Alaskan Railway Company;"
bill entitled "An Acl to iucor-
paralc tbc British Columbia
Central Kailway Company;'
bill entitled "An Act to incorporate t:he Northern Vancouvei
Island Railway Compani;" bill
ciitillnl "An Acl to amend the
Howe. Sound, l'mibc-itni! and
Norilunu Acl, tyo7;" and a bill *
entitled "An .Vel to incorporate
the Caribou, Barkerville and
U iiinn River Railway Com
pany."
A n um her ol Delegations wn.
heal il on Friday,   and   among
them ills one ou the question ol ■
a provincial grant for the Second Narrows bridge.   Assurance i
was given lhe delegates that aid ;
would be provided in the forthcoming estimates.
A delegation from Vancouver
and adjacent points representing
| matters in connection with the
H. C. I'd. Ry. Co's franchise in
Hastings and D. L. 301; also
the question ol lhc exchange oi
lhe Court House site was dcall
with, but no delinite decision
was arrived at.
The government llioughl thai
the question of a ix-mclcry site
iu Burnaby municipality should
bc considered by lhc city of
Vancouver and Burnaby councils.
Thc Attorney General piomis
ed to liicorporauc  in   the   new
Tiamway Inspection Bill, some
ainemlmcnti,    to    control   the
spi iif ml automobiles.
Messrs, W. K. Klumcrfelt and
i   1'. Argue, superintendent   ol
tin Vancouver
t civic wed the
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30  "
•7.00  "
*7-35  "
8.05  "
8.35 "
9.00  •'
9.25 "
9.45 "
10.25  "
io.55  "
Alter which cars leave «t hie
minutes to the liom ani ineii-
ty-five minutes aftct   lU  hour
until midnight.
For Grouse Mountain take the Lonsdale  Avenue car.     For
Lynn Vallev take the Queensbury Avenue car.     For Capilano
take the Keith Road car.
•7.30   "
7-50   "
8.20   "
8.50   "
9.20   "
9-45   "
After which cars leave at ten
minutes past the hour and twenty minutes  to  the hour
midnight.
• Not on Sunday.
until
B*K
Look (or the shove tra.le mark,
the siRn of quality, on your
cereal foods.
We manufacture the belt
Rolled Oats
on the market today.
Leave your orders with us lor
HAY, GRAIN
AND   CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Sstislsetion Guaranteed
Ihr
BrackmanKer
Milling Co.
limited.
Lonsdale Avenue,
st Fsrry Lsndiaf
jas. Chapman,   local mananer
All kinds ol
Lumber
Mouldings
Sash and
Doors, Etc.
Ver) cheap
norih \\\mm
un co.
MILL   AND  Oj-'IICK
Esplanade, East
Phone Ij    Ninth NlMMVM
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ANDIE
IT&I1EN
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
1-KESH  FKU1T
AND KANDIE
ALWAYS ON HAND
F. K. Bennet,    6J Lonsdale
TENDEM
DR. H. B. HOWELL
OPTICIAN
Ornei;—Burrard Sanatarinm, lull)
Georgia at*. Vancouver.
I'K-uie.M i. I'hun> number 114 North
Vancouver
Sl.
tt. E. KRIGCR
Expert on Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork.
All Work Guaranteed.
Corner Kilteentli St. anil Mahos Kit
he Rector and Waul'    ..I
M John's church  will  receive
tenders lor the purchase ol the
whole or any part ol a lot  ol
good strong benches 1 about 4"  _____
iu all) capable  of  stating
jto six persons each
may bc examined at any
I Enquire at tho Rectory, corner
upermtenilenl   ol   ""j — Cltcstcrlield.
citv schools,   in-    -T(,mltTs  sluiulll  1)t.  addressed
11. Hooper,North
33-25
W. J. HAL MAIN
citii. i»NriiN*e«si
Quantity Surveyor and Arehilcci
NOKTH  VANCOl!VKK.
live
lleiiche.-,
time.
For Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
goviTninentonthe  tolheRcv   ,
Vancouver,
Ouiilinued on I'm StVl'n
Pioneer Boot Maker
Loaahlr Ave., opp. City Hall THR  EXCESS,  NUKTII VANCOUVER,  B.  U.
A Few Snaps for Profitable Investment
Safety      Income      Profit
Call and see our Large and Exclusive List
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«
North Vancouver
LAST CHANCE to purchaso-at first cos'-The
remaining unsold lots in thc following est.res:
LOTS IN BLOCK 228, DISTRICT LOT 545.
bounded by Lonsdale Avenue, 23rd street,
24th street, and Chesterfield Avenue. Convenient to cariine. Prices ,(250 and np per
lot—easy terms.
LOTS IN D. L. 273. bth street, 7th street ud
Keith road. Convenient to cariine. Prices
J650 per lot and up—easy terms.
LOTS IN D. L. 544. "Harbor View" Tract.
(City) Prices $175 per lot and up—easy
terms.
Large list of best buys in City and District to
choose from—some of the properties at LAST
YEAR'S PRICES.
WANTED FROM OWNERS.   .
Owners desiring to sell any or all of their North
Vancouver properties can get quick results by
listing exclusively with us—if prices are right
Our record as to reliability, accuracy, and
prompt attention to the interests of our
clients has never been excelled and seldom
equalled.
WEST VANCOUVER.
Acreage west of Capilano commands ready
sale at good prices, and owners can sell for
cash by listing with us.
INTENDING PURCHASERS
can have the benefit of our large and exclusive
list of best properties in city and district.
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Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C.,     , Telephone 15
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HRITISH PARLIAMENT
The British Parliament opened formally on Monday the j ist
with unusual pomp. The King's
speech was briel, bul clearly indicated his feoliugs in regard to
the reformation of the House ol
Lords.
Thc outlook lor Air. Asqtiith
ami his liberal followers "did not
appear any too bright, as the
government! is without the allins
necessary to carry legislation,
and the present prospect is thai
the country will bc stirred up by
another general election Within
a few months.
AFTER   THE   UNIVERSITY
At a coitlirence held in Vancouver recently between Mayor
Taylor and Superintendent Argue of the city schools, it was
decided to take active steps lo
enter into the competition wilh
the other municipalities for procuring a site for the establishment ol the Provincial University iu or near Vancouver.
Nortli Vancouver has not been
slow iu this mailer, aud a committee irom the city council has
had the mailer under advisement lor some weeks. The
North Shore residents hold that
the southern slope on the north
side oi Burrard lnlcl, with its
picturesque surroundings and
its close proximity to the centre of British Columbia's population, and at the same time
modestly secluded Irom the turmoil of business life, is the ideal
spot for thc location of such an
institution as a provincial university, and the city's claims in
this respect, will be judicionsli
placed before the government
committee.
and the amended Public Schools
Act occupied the attention of
the house for tlu> greater part of
the day. Thev were discussed
in Committee of the Whole.
The following bills were rend
a lirst time: Bill entitled "Au
Act to amend the Muniup.il
Elections Act." Relerred lo
the municipal committee
Bill entitled "An Act to .1-
meiid the Land Registrv Acl."
On Monday the da\ 11 as taken
up principally with lhe reading
of the Companies' Act and the
Liquor Act.
The order loi the third reading of Bill No. iA, entitled "An
\ct to .niiiiiil the Horticultural Board Acl" wa.s discharged,
and the bill ordered to lie recommended at the next sitting
PROVINCIAL HOUSE
Continued Irom Page Five
question of securing some a-
mendmeuts to the school act, lo
prohibit child labor and make-
school attendance compulse.n
for those uuder age. Their suggestions did not, however, ap-
poar to have been acted upon,
as the amendments were not in
the amendments to the sihool
act.
On Saturday the Liquor Act
ol the House lor the purpose, of
considering intendment! to sec-
lion 2 and ;.
Save your Piano by having
an Expert do your Tuning
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260   Second   St., Weat
Work laimrmili-ril.     I»ro|> n portal and
I'll call.
Hull
General Contractor
CI.KAKIM;. OEADIIO,   KXCAVAT*
INC, Kte.
235MMM, ■ mmm
Housewives
Be Particular
Aboui tho qtttlitjf of the llmir you buy
SOME   Hours givo   MiUfatiOfl   BOIET1ME8
Royal Standard Flour
Gives   Satisfaction   ALWAYS
You ordor ROYAL BTANDARD-Wegamut*
results.   '
.-Inquire nt your Grocer's about the prize contest
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co. Ltd.
ALEXAM)KR F. RKILLY
Teacher of
Artistic Pianoforte Playing
North Vancouver,   Saturdays
Tbe
Grand  Boulevard
NORTH VANCOUVER
The Broadest City Avenue in  America
This Boulevard is all cleared and graded, and its 24 garden divisions have been planted with
trees and shrnbs.
Cleared Lot* in Block* Adjoining Boulevard
ONLY A TEW LEFT
Terms -J, caih, J-.i in 13 months, \i in iH months.   Interest on deferred instalments 8 per cent.
lhc position of this property makes it ONL Of THI BISI HfSIDtNtlAI MUA1I0NS IN IHf
WORID. Willi its southern aspect, open space, elevation, magnificent view, and all modern
conveniences (electric railway cars running the whole length of lh-- Boulevard, tw yards from
residence line, water and electric light).
Compare our prices with those of other property.
North Vancouver real estate today offers unrivalled opportunities
to investors.
The'City Ferry Co., are now building a new modern ferry boat
and are making extensive improvements in the landings.
The Second Narrows Bridge seems now to be assured.
Maps, priMI ami printed inhumation as tn the Cily ol   North Vancouver will lie supplied on application to
North Vancouver Land in Improvement Co., !!?
Mahon, HcLarland 6 Procter, Ltd., Official Agents
CORNER TENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS, VANCOUVER, B.C. THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Nemo "Self-Reducing" Corsets
Are Designed for Stout Women
tj It you ai'i.- one o( the many stout women who will
pay $4.00 Of nunc lot I corset th.it will make you
lhapel) and comfortable you will be interested in
Nemo "Self-Reducing" Corsels.
^ 1 odav every slout woman can .>e accurately fitted
in a Nemo that will not only reshape her figure into
graceful and lasliionable lines, but th.-it will give her
lhc Bminl minimi she ever enjoyed, and uvar twice
as Ion-.; u 'In In-si inadc-lo-oider corset she could buy
at doulilc the price.
1 Nemo Coneti have valuable patented features that
cannol be obtained in any other corset and in these
scll-iciliniiig models ihese features show to the very
l>< -I   ,|l|'   I'll.lgC.
t ll '...ii hive hnd officidty m lecunng corsets that
ueeuctly lighl ymi will do wel to give a Nemo
" Sell-Kc hieing"   Modi I  a  lair  trinl.
Pried $4.00 and upwards.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
575 Granville Slreet
3541
LOCAL  IMPROVEMENT
BY-LAW
proportions of value are metalliferous minerals, H35,9>9.0°0;
|and non-metalliferous $111,073-'
The city council, according to ooo.
the bill now In lore the provin-1   por the year 1909, the follow-
cial house to .uiH'iid the munici-; ing detailed statement   of   the
pal act, will be obliged to alter Rvalue of mineral products  was
Boulevard Lots
Lol 11. block 101, D.L 550
I.aal-   |0  .lll'l   1 1.   I'l  '1 li   .IjA.   D.L   550
'rice ear I - [*ermi, H634 cash,    Bil. 9 ind 18 monthi
Lot io, block 116, D L* J74. Cleared with bti.ld.Qf.
I'm ' (3000, good terms.
MAY & BURNS
I*   a     l.l    H   l.li ,.
El
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
\ idlauminy more.    U you arc ilnukiii*; oi building
. * a 11 il talk the matter over
CAMPBELL £» MILLER
205 I.oii."iiali  Am
North Vincouver
111
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I Iliil R. lUKIIMfi
i Ki in Bux k
A. FARRO
Qeneral Contractor
l..ii.| l'.*.ir*n;    -iiini|a aii.t K'ark
<      1 CtWI lla'atr IlilUHI.
All ilaaiuii.-i * iiU'li* a;'.«l
KHI'l.llVHI   \l       1IIINCV
• a.d St.,  \\ MM  uf l...«aa-lr. la.
I'. 1    lo« It
J. H. BUSKINS
(or. Inl St. & lons.liili'
HO^'Shb OE1NG Atii
General BiaCKsiuilhing
tnal ini rii ring I
All  »..rk   nuiirmiiii.l.     Pr |.|
j 1, * dm .1 trial
Hoard of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesdav
of (.nh month, at 8 o'clock p.
in., iii the bonrd room, City
Hall, Executive meets the first
Tm sday ol eaih month. W. J.
Innn, piesident; J, O. Farmer,
Military.
E. DOWIE
CONTRACTOR ANI) BUIIDKI
Plans, Specification!, Batimntu
I'. (I. Ilox 17, North \'ancouver
North Vancouver
HOSPITAL
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Till' MISSES DAW80S
(1 rtltaUd Mimiinl, MnlliHl lll<l
M-fiTnin  Suriw.
Nuns Sint Out on UpplicitMn
fnt  t-rm.  appli   at   tin. l|...|,iul
CM   I 'Hi '-in,*!,*, -1  Aii,|r..*«'. Arc
PHONE  1.-a
their new local improvement Inlaw to suit the new act.
The bill, as explained below,
j*ivei thc owners on any street
wiin wish to petition for any loial improvi'iiiiiit work on their
street, all the powers as contained in section 256 of the. Municipal Clauses Act.
Heretofore the owners only
could peiiiioii under sub-section
1 ]a, section 50, while the. coun-
presented: Gold $5,767,500; silver $1,470,000; lead $1,748,000;
copper $5,289,000; zinc $500,000;
coal $6,790,000; coke $1,062,000
and building materials, etc., Ji-
200,000.
A RECORD
Mr. S. ,0. Hanson, proprietor
of the Hillcrcst Poultry Farm,
nls wen, given the power to do rf Duncans B c _ al,u,r to
certain work on their own mitt- __ t).QtlM_ o[ ;Lis fih, l.lldoS(,1
anv,, ami charge the same up intcrcslinK memorandum,
to the fronting property. \_m_w the record of |oa S. C.
Sub-section 14S, section 50, of L,   .    ,rn      Uet|  ___. Uu,
the Municipal Clauses Aet,reads'monUl (),  ,,,„„,„.., this u,,irull.
thus: "ll the owners of one-hall
iu assessable value (as being the
owners and the values Included
in the assessment roll for the
ecu 1 of the lands and real or
assessable property in and upon
and Ironting a-nd abutting upon
lUiv street or road in any muiiicipalily, shall sign a requisition calling upon the council to
grade, inaiadaltii/.e, pave, fence,
ili.un, construct sidewalks, or
extend water mains, the council
shall proceed to ascertain and
deterniine the cost ol the work,
the property or persons liable
lo be assessed or contribute,aud
the time aiid manner in which
such assessment or contribute
shall be paid or made, etc."
The foregoing gives the pro-
pert \ owners the righl lo petition lor lhe works, but does not
allow the council to proceed on
their initiative under this section.
Section 256 oi lhe Municipal
Clauses Act gives lhe couiuil
the power to do certain works
on tlieir initiative, they are,
constructing drains or sewers,
opening, widening, extending,
prolonging, constructing, altering, paving, macadami/inc.,
planking, grading or leveling
anv street, or bridging, curbing, sodding or planting- wiy
slieel, alley, square or other
public place, etc."
It is thereiore apparent that
the new local impiovelllent by-
law reciiith passed by tin-
council this year, will have to
Ik amended to meel the provisions of the Act in its amended
lorm.
MINING  NEWS
The Nelson Daili News pu':
lished a very iuloresting article
in a recent issue, on the mining
progress in British Columbia,
during 1909. The article gm
a delailed account ol the ore
output irom this Province for
the year with the respective value of each mineral, which shows
thai despite tbo fact of u ste.nl<
prevalence of low prius f<>r ihe
ieading metallic products oi Uic
province, ihere has bm an increase in value of oulput over
hall a million oi dollars.
The value oi production in
iqoq is estimated at $24,426,500
ihis compares favoraulv with
the average production lor the
lour years 1905-1908, whieh was
4,000, in spite oi the more
favorable prices whiih prevailed
liming those vean.
The .iggng.ite value ol thc
inun i.il production ol British
Columbia lor 11 years to the
■ nl "I 1'ioo, is placed at nearly
io,,,ihi. Allowing thai
llu- estimate ior iin»/ Is proved
i\ the revised liluilis In be ap-
priiMin.iieli Kim, t, th, ,n l n.il
aggregate will be Ji |;,Su|,oc,-o,
ot but $2,196,000 short of the
larger total above mentioned.
Ot this aggregate, gold represents $126,317,000; silver $,V»,*
081,000; lead $23,398,000; copper $55,242,000; miscellaneous
metals 1991,000; loal ami coke
$102,782,000; and building materials, etc , $9,043,000.        The
^tWmi«W»iViiV«ii«i«iu»iM.i«*ffii^iii^
Neglect Brings Trouble
Tlic mii'i't i*ia*n Ii'iim* ..I >.111   1 lile i* Im-t ill Donlllliofl
wncaii yunr table lurnlililn**! lack iln- irnc glow u( perfection
that ii aMMMry to tha jticonulnl dinner tad the thorough
entertainment ul' m.iii liii*nili.
When ymi liml il miissiiry In puri'liu-i- Iilllle (nriiiiliiii|"»
yon will liml in nur itoek, thl bell il iiiiint t-erviiealilc K"ii'l«
on the market.
der adverse weather conditions.
Mr. Hanson states that he believes the record has never been
equalled in U.S.A. or Canada,
ty a flock approaching this
number in January,
The weather was registered at
an average of   max. |3,   min.
13.05 and rain 6.04.
The eggs received each dav
were as follows:
•lanuarv 1     ,„ 191
"   " 2    ... t;s
"     3    ... 141
"     4    ... W
"     5    •• HI
"     6    ... Ill
"      7    ...    IS'
"      8    ...    2:7
"      9    ...    WT
"     IO     ...      2)s
"   II    ...    241
"     12     ...      I46
"   13   ...    265
"     14      ...      2|h
"   13   -    276
" 16 ... 2,S6
" 17 ... 242
" 18 ... 26q
" 19 ~ 267
" 20 ... 26H
" 2! ... 257
" 22 ... 261
" 23 ... 255
" 25 . * -'55
" i6 ... 163
" 27 •• 25S
" 28 ... 27-
" 29 ... 255
" 30 ... 264
" |l ... 27a
7616
Two hundred ol the 102 pullets mentioned above, were
hatched in .lune, 1909. The
last hatich was on .lune 2Mb.
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CarviiiK Ml of the flnetI Rhlfllild itwl, with purl, ivory
or sUvwr handln.    DeHert and PMi Btts, Frail KnlvN ud
I'.llllir Cnivel.
Oaf complete lilili- ■
Oik .ailiiiii'l-, iir.* tin in
in* lead iln* triad*,
'uiv* in si'tIhi,!, lurnlihed In -niial
I   a a     *..l.i. -nl,I,    In theie line"
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.
Manufacturing Jewellers, Gold and Silversmiths
Cor. Hastings & Granville
I*.   Ir..rey,
MtlUafill| liirn-liir
hmmmmmmm^wmm^\\m^}m
BIG   CHANCE TO BUY
PIANOS
At about hall thoir nine,
bargain* in u.ed
.lino In.
PLAYER PIANOS
All laken in eieliinit,' N
^^onola
Pianos   $150,    $175,    $200
PLAYER PIANOS
$485 to $650
duar.nii'il Is I* prmlir.ilh  in w ami
aarranli'l     KASV  IKIOI-
Sile will U.l until all ll «,|,l
When yon deal mill ui, nunenl Tuir
nrnni'i i« |'«iil in cininil..! lonuenli,.
nor In iliat " l'''«r Mumi nl Krieml "
We(iwill nerin I" wm
ht*tM**s4tN+t+Ni*M*+^taNaNt^^
Or
Chas. H. Cates
PILE DUIVING
AND
General Contracting
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West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
\     \ mi ouver," 1 .ijit.un FiniiUi
l icensed loi .13 puMugin
TIME TABLE
U»vn Wral V.a
II**, iiinni llli.rl
Uatr* 1 .ni'nuv.r
1 111   I.ril..'   H n.il
7.30 a.m.
*(i»i a.m.
11.00 a.m.
13.00 p.m.
15.00 f in
17.00 p in.
19.00 p.m.
9.30 a.m.
17.0 1 p.m.
tvcri   Uui   I -. , |il   Sllllll.ll
H.oo a.m.
10.00 a.m.
1. im a.m.
14.00 p.m.
ib.oo p.m.
18.00 p ni
 !alurda>*. taly  22.00 p.m.
 ftunda- .Vhidule 14*00 p.m.
  "  22.00 p.m.
Quickest routi Irom Nuith Vancouver to the distiict beyond
Capilano Kiwi I.,nun li "West Wuiomver" makes connec-
u.ni-., without fail, with the lerry steamers (rom North Vancouver, as per above schedule.
PALACE
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439*441 Hastings StricJ
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PROPRIETORS
SlCOND SlKIM,
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APPRAISALS
MATT. B.  MARTINSON
CONTRACTOR
BUILDER
Rl nlrnce Building a Specially
Phone 17.1        | lornc Hlock,    North Vancouuer       P 0 Bm 72
Structural Timber
Work
Concrete loundations
Rcinlorced Concrete
Buildm,'.   Moving,
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NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
J19 First Street, E.
Phone 80
The Express
$1.00 per year
Foreign $1.50
Fine Printing'
CATAlOlilKS
BOOKI JETS
KOLI ER8
PAMPHLETS
STRINGERS
DODGERS
CIRCULARS
MAI'S
LETTER HEADS
NOTE HEADS
BILE HEADS
STATEMENTS
ENVELOPES
FIXE STATIONERY
SHIPPING TAGS
LODGE STATIONERY
ANNOUNCEMENTS
MILK TICKETS
BREAD TICKETS
CALLING CARDS
INVITATIONS
MEAL TICKETS
LABELS
BILLS OF FARE
PROGRAMMES
GOT^'
COUNCIL)
119 First Street, E
NORTH SHORE PRESS, LTD.
Phone 80
BANK OF HAMILTON
The Sense of Security
against to-morrow
should be ample incen*
tive to  save to-day.
Tour  SiTinl*   A.*,mini   Solicited.
C. G. HEAVEN,	
NOKTIl   VANCOUVKR, H. C.
11. C,   GA/ETTE
Tlif curreflt Imut of tlu ll. C,
Gazette contain! the lollowing
appointments and announcements:
To he commissioners lor tak-
inj; affidavit* under the Provincial Elections Ail in Vancouver
City Electoril Diatrict: W. Fut-
nival, W. A. Hlaik, .las. Findlay, ('.. B. Harris, R. I,. Mait-
llaild, II. V,. Ross, Dirt Weeks,
I J. S. Rankin,   K. S. Daggett,
'A. C. Stirrett, I), von Cramer,
'A. W, Bull, Aliieil Bull, R. I„
Clark, Hector Camphell,   Chas
lli, Kihnore, Citthliert Ilurgoyne,
^Nocl Ilumplireys,   R. M. Blait-
lund,  Waller I.eck,  T. Shirley,
C. .1. .Marshall, \\. V. l'ldmoii.'ls
Cipl. V. V. Evans, .1. T. Croot
J. VV. Dcptlord, .1. I, Lawson,
|Gco. Emery, Geo. Skillington,
A. Austin, R. Grayion,  A. M.
U-itcli,    \V.  \V.  McDonald,    A.
Newland, .1.  I-'irgiisoii,   \Y.   S.
Fraser, A. R. .McCalliiin,   Win.
Dick, J. Relhtt, W. J. Orr, Jas.
Stuart, R. l'allatt, Geo. Davis,
W. Pull,   J. It. Tiffin,   J. McLennan, If. J. Cretan, J. Whipple, Geo. Kin-;, T. R. Maitl.ind,
C. E. howler, R. A. Itinilon, g.
ll. Scntell, Oacar tot, .1. Fox,
J.  C.  .laidhs,  Fred  Murklaiul,
J. C. Stanley, Alex. A. Fra.se,
F, Lewis, 11. R. .1. Reid, A. C.
Gotring, Geo. B. Williamson,
W. R. Owens, II. Cruiiiuu-r, II.
d'A, Birmin|ham, P. G. Drost,
A. Larwill, A. Rolnnsoii, t,
Iluiuphrev, 11. 0. Tailor, J. ,1.
l'did, F. A. Uames, A, R, Alexander, s. HcClay, A. I-;. Pai
sons, T. Duke, 1) S. Nixon, V.
II. Lov,, R. Mitehell, G. D. Mc-
Kai, \K. .1, Daird, C. A. Mills.
R. I-i. Mills, A. Mills, F. C.
Eailie, G. Vellalid, Jas. Clan-
duining, J. L. 1'. Duncan,   A
M. ForU-s, J. T. Dnaning,   ll.
C, Rolston, J. R. Clarke, I. S.
Driggs, D. A. Smiili, K.Il.Mui-
phv, J. D. Williamson, J. Dennett ami R. S. l'yke, all of
Wnii ouver.
Wm. Irvine to he Police Mag-
l-.tl.ile Inl   the iltl   ol Nelson.
John Caiinui to .nl as government agriit and in other i.i-
|i.nilieis al Atlin, during llic
alisellie of Goveiiinieiit Agi-lll
J. II. Fiaser.
To In- iiuiiii al health officen:
Or, J. II. 11 .mill ton lor Revel-
itoke, .md Dr. R. J. Gordon lor
Field.
Tenders Ul calkd lor supplies
lor tin- provincial   aaylnna at
New Westminster and Vernon,
and lor the- provincial home at
Kamloops
The ot gam/,iinm of tin* Crau
lord lla\  I', u mi is' Institute   is
authorised.
Notlns are given ol lhe assignments of .1. (', llnisin.iii ,,l
KcloMii.i, .mil the Washington
llritisli Colnmliia Grnnlti Co ,
ul Seattle, \iith headquarters in
Vancouver.      ,
Certilii.ites ,,l niiorporallon
have been issued to the follow
ing companies:
t   D. C. Laundry Co., Ltd., capital f30,00O; The Portland Hear
River Mining Co., Ltd., capita)
$500,000;   Burridgc   Mercantile
Co., Ltd., capital $2o,ooo; Matthews, Bun  8t  Hranncr, Ltd.,
capital   >5o,ooo;   North  Shore
Real Estate Co., Ltd.,  capital
$10,000; Campbell Cartage Co.,
Ltd., capital $2,5,000; Provincial
I Investment Co., of B. C, Ltd.,
capital  $100,000;   Camphell   Ik
Muir, Ltd., capital $25,000; W.
J. Bofle & Co., Ltd., capital
l|J5,ooo;  Collingwood  Oil  Co.,
'Ltd., eupilal $450,000; The Terminal Citv Press, Ltd., capital
'$25,000; Grand Trunk Terminal
I Club, Ltd., capital $10,000; Thc
East Kootenay Steam Laundry
and Dye works   Ltd.,   capital
!$15,000; The Vancouver Texada
Lime Co., Ltd., capilal $50,000;
Haida Confection Co., Ltd., capital $100,000; Radiger & Qan-
;ion, Ltd.,  capital $50,000;   Interior Land Syndicate ol British   Columbia,   Ltd.,    capilal
[$75,000; Mi-nnekliada Dairy and
j Stock Ranch, Ltd., capital $50,-
[000; Lee's Ltd.,   capilal  $150,-
000; Stewart,   Portland   Canal
Power,   Light  and  Water Co.,
Ltd., eapital $250,81x1; Mercury
Mines,   Ltd.,   capital  $300,000;
Northern British Columbia Liquor Co., Ltd., capital $20,000;
Morrison, Thompson Hardware
Co., Ltd., capilal $25,000;   Mutual Investment Co., Ltd., capital $25,000; Victoria Mining &
Stoik Exchange, Limited Guarantee;   Okanagan Lake Lumber
Co., Ltd., i.ipital $100,000; The
Wt stem Canada Amusement Association, Ltd.,   capital  $ioo,*
(hmi;   Salmon Arm Realty Co.,
Ltd., capital $50,000.
Thc following Vancouver residents havo applied for permission to purchase land along thc
Nechaco river in thc district ol
Fort George: J. P. Matthews,
A. S. Munroc, F. C. Wade, Jane
Jones, Margaret Murdofl, F. 0.
Jackson, D. G. Williams, F. L.
Murdoll, Carolina Williams, J.
S Murdoll, lv W. Brown, Ceo
A. Campbell; in the vicinitv ol
AM 1572, district of Cariboo:
'Win Bender, Thos. Davis, Thos.
iFcrnivall, Jean Green, Taylor
Ilanna, Win, Strowger, E.Stick-
nev, T Towns-end, Arthur and
Frank Menil, A. Kralisinall; in
the vicinity of Lot 800, Cariboo
T. and Clara Noble; in Lot 1815
district ol Vancouver: T. M.
Richards; and in Lot 17KX, dis-
; trict ol Yale: Ethel Rear.
I lolin II. Kilmer, a civil engineer, ol Vancouver, is making
application for a water reeora
|on Niskonlith lake, in Yale dis-
|trict.
E. PALMER
MOM AND BRICK
CONTRACTOR
HUT-CLASS umiKn
Phone 170 P.O. Box 166
Miss B. ARNOTT
will take a limited number ol
pupils for violin. Will teach
pupils at their home.
For terms apply:
440 RICHARD SIM 11,   VANCOUVER
Dressmaking
Mesdames Haighl and Castle
Dressmaking Parlors 141 6th St. E
Afternoon ami eveniiii ilresiei*.
.1 ipeciilty.
NORTH VANCOUVER TERRY TIME TABLE
STEAMER
Leave Van.
*6.2o a.m,
7-30  "
8.30  "
915 "
10.15 "
u.15 "
12.15 P-m
1.15 "
2.15 "
315 "
4.15 "
5-15 "
6.15 "
7-»5 "
8.15 "
915   "
10.15   "
•ii.15   "
ST. GEORGE
Leave N.
Van.
Leave N. Van
'6.45 a.m.
*6.2o a.m.
7.50
11
•7.20   "
8.50
«,
•8.20    "
9-45
11
9.20
10.45
M
10.15   "
11.45
ai
U.15   "
12.45 P».
12.15 p.m.
1.45
it
1.15   "
M5
ti
2.15   "
3-45
11
3-15   "
4-45
it
4-15  "
5-45
it
5-15
6-45
11
6.15   "
7-45
at
7-25   "
8.45
tt
8.15   "
945
1
9.15   "
10.45
11
10.15   "
*"-45
tl
11.15   "
«
Not on Sunday.
STR. NORTH VANCOUVEI
Leave Van.
'6.45 a.m.
•8.00  "
•8.50  "
9-45   "
10.45  "
11.45 "
12.45 P-n»-
1.45 "
2.45 "
3-45 "
4-45 "
5-45 "
6-45 "
3-45  "
6-45 "
9-45 '
10.45 "
12.00
Time Table subject to change without notice.
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
GROCERS
W. T. STEIN & CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
J19 Pender street, Vancouver
and
North Vancouver
CHEAFSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provitioai
Wholesale and Retail
116 Haitingi St. (downstair!)
Delivery Tuesdiyi and Fndayi
ARCHITECTS
MUalC
^STANLEY MITTO.V U.l.C.A Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
ARCHITECT
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 aad 4 Elks' Ha.:, Cor.
413 Granville street.
VANCOUVER, B. C. Robaon and Granville Streets.
IARRISTCRI
All Instruments.      Phont 2530
SCHULTZ 9 ARNOLD
Banisters, Solicitors, ite.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building
615 Pender Street
Phoat 996
S. D. SehalU
PICTURE FRAMING
PICTURE FRAMING
HATHS.
Kallethe's Bath
Coratr Homer aad Ptader Su.
The oaly up-to-dttt aad reliable beta kouae ia British Co-
lambia-
We care where others (ail.
Satiaiactioa guaraatetd or ao
pay. Plaia btths, electric haths,
shower batlu, maaaaft (or body, scalp aad (ace; electro thtt
apcatie haths a apecialty.
JOS. KALLETHE, PROP.,
Gradaate ol Berlin, Germaay
We have the largest stock   oi
c" S Arnold mou^diagt in B.C.to select Irom
to whu you want framing done
cheap and well get our pneea.
BAILEY BROS. CO. LID
540 Granvillt aad 138 Cordova
RUBBER brAMPS
THE GEO. II. HEWITT  CO
ManuUttureri
m pinion KibttLii mm
Sign and Price Markers
10 FA1HHILD bLDO.      POSH KJJ7I
nUSINHS COLLIGIS
REAL ESTATE
SPROTT-SHAW
Business Ins liute
336 Hutiigi St. W.
Cenelt't Qr.it.«i Wttltrn Sthiti
1. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
keep your eye oa
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
tot particulars apply to
MORDEN & THORN ION
Phoae 815     440 Homer Street
Urksture duaiauiee i
Mmm tofpurdUiiu LU.
440 Seymour Street
Day Khool open all the year
round. Night Khool commences September 8th.
J   1. '.»ll«|lli-r
R. C M..N.III
North Vancouver Phont 84
City Phont 5701
The Sun Realty Co.
Having taken ollice- at 52 Lonsdale Ave.,
add rose- itM'lf tu property owners in North
Viiiieoiivi'i' nml requests to lie favored at ai
early I moment M possible, with a lilt of
their property for sale, either at the above
address or at their eity office, No. 808, Loo
lllnek. With the facilities at their dispoii-
tioii uml by i-lriel attention to customers'
business they ted assured that they can
show iueb result- as will merit a continuance
ot tin- favor* winch they trust will emanati
from this application.
PITMAN'S REAL .ESTATE
Business College 	
63J Stymour St., Vancouver 'UND AND MORTGAGE
CHIROPRACTIC
OITICTIVE AGINCIIS
Canadian Detective Bureau:—
Offices everywhere
Vancouver Offlce: 'in Empire Block
60S lititingi it. went. Phone 2ttt
W. W. WELSH
General Superintendent
INVESTMENTS
ESTATES MANAGED
FIRE INSURANCE
R. Ken Houlgate - - - Maaagtr
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RESTAURANTS
LADIIS'HAIRDRESSING
30 per cent* Discount
OH ill lines ol Hair Goods
during our Rreit removal tale, in
order to reduce our larne stock be
lore taking possession oi our new
premises, as sll available spice
will bt required lur the display ol
the large shipments of new goods
now en route.
MADAM! HUMPHRKYI
m t.ranvilli Strtet
All North Vancoaver people
tat at
LEONARD'S
Either Flack Block or Hustings itreet, opposite thl atw
Post Oftict. Leonard sells hi*
tta by tht pound.
WATCHMAKER*.
English  practical  watchmai«,
Established 1889
Specialty,   repairing
WOODROOKE,
311 Carrall Street THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, 1!* C.
N. v. A. A. MEETING
A tutetisg is called loi ft'ed
nesdav ni^ht at 8 o'clock in the
N. V. Athletic Allocation's
rooms over the Welcome parlor
oi all those inter.Mid in cricket
The new cricket dub, if such is
lormed, will bc u part ol the N.
V. A. A., nml will enjoy all the
privileges ol that lirger orgini
iation. A hearty invitation is
extended to all.
PROVINCIAL   HOUSE
till TihmI.ii    lhe    I'lcllilil     li
introduced by nraaagt his lull
tO  COllSllllil.lll   .lll'l     .lllllllll    lln
Coal   .times  .m.l   Regulation*
Act.   li passed in.si reading,
Tin Horticultural Act vai
recommitted loi tbi purpusc ol
itriking um amendments in the
Ail.irtiei ('.ciicul aniii^ iiispe,
ims powei io imped or conlis
e.itc, because ol min tion, herb*
.i.mils plants, lml lis, ainl uru.i
mental   trees.     The    Allium-.
Genera] explained lhat it  hmi
Ineli lound that llu .mii'iiiliiieiil
would woik a hardship mi Vu
toria ntirsenimu who would
have to siiid then stock in Vancouver :or inspection. Thc
words were struck out and the
bill reported.
KEKKV MEETING
Mayoi Ma\ and all the coiu-
inissii'iicrs weie presenl at the
regular meeting ol the board,
held iu lhe uuiip.uii's ollice mi
Thursday ifternoon.
The business in hand was iln
passing   of   iccounti,   .unl   ail
though suine minor matters
were taken up, nothing oi a de-
linitc nature anil ol interest was
accompliahid.
ATlll.KTIC CLUH MEETING
A meeting ol lhe North Van
miner Association was held in
thaii hall in the Thompson
block, Ueiinesdai evening,
There uas a lan attendance oi
memberi present. The business
ol the eVMUng was principally
in connection with the erection
ul lhe proposed hull.
Ah. T. Kenned) reported that
tllc building as figured on would
lost   in   the   neighborhood   ol
jittHK).
A committal was then appointed, composed ol Alessrs,
Kenned) and Williams, lo inter-
iuw an architect ami gat plans
uiu, «hen they will be sulnnitt-
id to the li. I. l'.l. Ry. Co., on
uhoae grounds u is the Intention in una the building, and
gel their approval of same, then
ilu linancial part ol iIn- work
mil be taken into consideration
ll is hoped that the popularity
aai  i he Project  "ill aid   in   this
connection,
Mr. Kennedy reported that he
had seen  Mr. I.awson  in relei-
iiue to ncttinx the hoy scouts
to join the association and take
part in all the athletic sports
that are engaged in.
A letter from the A A. Union
ol B. C. was received, in which
an invitation wa.s extended to
the local organization to become a iiieinlicr ol the Union.
The   secretary w as instructed
lo tepK taking for lurther particulars.
The meeting then adjoin ind to
the call ol the chair.
New Spring Goods
Arriving Every S)ai)
Nl W CURTAIN MATERIALS
Art Muslim-, all colors, per yard 10c
Art Muslins, better grade, per yard  lf>c
White Miidras, fine quality, per yard 2fic
14 in. Wliite Madras, per yard 30c
Dotted • 'urtain Muslin, per yard  9c
Satin- as above, all designs, per yard 10c
Frilled Curtain Muslin, l'ks
Kxtra Wide Frilled Muslin, per yard    2»c
Singer sewing tiiacliiias and accessories
always on band, call nnd get* prices antl
terms, also sold on eaiy pnymenl lyitem.
J. J. MCALEECE
KEITH BLOCK    U1NSDAIK AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared Lots
In Block 33A, D.L. 530
These lots are all on gradedstreeta. Ia fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Prices $600 to $200
i am nans
S.GINTZBURGER
-LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, ft. C.
r. o. box m.
NORTH  VANCOUVER
\\ i hau* iimi .1 largi lill "I i loM i'.i iiti luts and Several
parcell  ol   icreage   in the   Linn   Valley   and Capilanu
districts
The past month bat been aim luccetsiul om for us
and ki Ic I Mtl   thit invi ItOfl  and   iiu  pulilic  will cun
Iilllle In plan  i niiliilelin ill lis
CALL ANH SEE OUR LISTS
Hughes tk Phillipo
I'lioin i^4.   i'.i i I ,u l onsdale Am
GRAMOPHONES
We have a --ond selection ol all kinds of Victor and
Clarion Gramophones Inun Stq.oo each.    TIicm cu
he purchased Ior J;-,*1*' down and
•$1.00 A WEEK
RECORLS
Don't throw your old ones away, buv your new records Ironi us and we will buy your old ones hack.
Verv large selection, containing all the latest songs
and pindi to choose from.
DEAL AT HOME AND SAVE  MONEY
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
Address«443 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 114
ARE YOU GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for the money and repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS I-OR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL  ESTATC   BROKERS
i2i Lonsdale Avenue
J
Cash Grocery
and General More
Building Paper
Carpet Felt
Ready Roofing
Coal Tar
Roofing Pitch
Shingle Stain   a
variety ol colorv
Get our prices on
Fresh  Groceries
and Candies
Wm. ir* C. I. IULL ________
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Tbei) all trade at home
Although people como down the lull it don't
s.iv thev go to Vancouver to buy Groceries.
They never pa-sa
McMILLAN'S
H>*M»>'i* nmmm tM»d*Mt mmii^
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Who Carrie* Your Insurance?
Do not neglect to insure against FIRE.   The cost is so small
that you cannot afford to carry the risk of losing your home.
Let us quote you a rate
WK ARK SOLI AGENTS Koll
The Commercial Union Assurance Co., London, England
which Company has Assets of   88,850,000
We have Two Acres on 17th Street
Price $1500 each.      $500 cash, balance 6 and 12 months
These are worth investigation
Henry Eves (& Co.
HENRY I   C   KVK    AND PIRCY KING
PHONE O 67 <& 69 Lonsdale Avenue
JMIIMMI ! IMHIIU'I IH I 111 IH I II l l , i . . I H- M-KI It llllll H -H-H H4 99 ++-H
NORTH VANCOUVER

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