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VOLUME 5.
NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C, FRIDAY, JANUARY 17. 1!)08.
NUMBER 22
MUNICIPAL CANDIDATES TALK
At a Largely Attended Meeting in the Municipal Hall
Candidates Were Kept Busy Dodging Hot Shots-
Municipal Clerk Philip Arraigned by Candidates
Duval and King.
It was tii... he suits of the
city polls had been made known
that the ratepayers of the municipality began to gather to hear their
candidates   Reeve May was called
to the chair.
no
Con.   Il"[   , • Naught  was  the
first candidate called upon. He
stated his reasons for calling a
meeting of the ratepayers out in
Lynn Valley, and said that the position of the municipality was
unique, as the resident ratepayers
of one municipality should be
forced to go into another municipality to hesr their candidates, and
he thought, under the circumstances, that it was right to have the
minting ill the district. He would
leave his best conduct to the judgment ol the ratepayers, and if they
were satisfied with his year's work
Ihey would return him.
|iin M. Duval, who, along with
Percy King, is out (or municipal
honors, was next called upon
His old-time enthusiasm and force
of words stood by him, and in his
remarks he dilated upon the work
of the council regarding roads in
Lynn Valley, the much discussed
telephone poles, tha Western Corporation, the financial sheet ss
presented, and the actions of the
municipal clerk.
The details of these msny transactions was fully gone into by Mr.
Duval, showing that what he said
he had thoroughly studied, and in
his humorous sstirical puffs occasioned much laughter.
Councillor Mt Naught also came
in for some criticism, and was accused by Mr. Duval of clairvoy-
ancy in connection with a certain
communication. He said the communication was answered before it
was received.
Mr. Duval waxed warm and
scored several ol those dealing with
the affairs of the council during the
past year. Clerk Philip was accused by the speaker of running
things himself. Two specific instances were mentioned in which
it was alleged the clerk did not
consult the reeve before taking any
action ou these matters. When
questioned by Mr. Philip, Mr.
Duvsl asked the reeve il what he
said was right. The reeve said it
was right.
Clerk Philip was next called
upon to answer these charges, and
before saying anything in his own
behalf wished to hear Mr. Duval's
colleague, Percy King.
Percy King, who is in the running along with Mr. Duval, on
rising, stated that he concurred
fully in everything that his running
mate had stated.
Mr. Philip then arose and explained that when he had accepted
the oflice of returning officer he did
not expect to be so arraigned.
Had the reeve any suggestion of
complaint the speaker would never
have accepted the office. He out
lined his dealings on the matters
in question, and said he was acting
in the best interests of the council.
There was no antagonism on his
part, and he never sought to influence any councillor while holding his position as clerk. He complained of the insults put upon him
by Mayor Kealy (voice in rear: I
object to clerk Philip using Mayor
Kesly's name when that gentleman
is absent.)
Clerk Philip then went on to explain that he had so acted,
because he had endeavoured to
have the solicitors advice belore
tbe council, but that he never advised the council one way or the
other. He would not serve any
council lhat did not repose the
fullest confidence in him. Mr.
Philip again brought Mayor Kealy's
name into his remarks, but the
chair ruled that as Mr. Kealy was
absent his name should not be
used.
Mr. Philip's statements as regards certain dealings in which a
slur was cast on anyone absent
were questioned and upheld by the
chair.
Mr. Duval again came forward
and said Mr. Philip evaded the
question. Ho denied that Mayor
Kealy was instrumental in having
him (Duval) nominated. Kealy's
signature on the nomination papers
was a matter of expediency and
nothing more. He did not see
auything in the fact of Mr. K> assigning, anyway.
Mr. Philip again rose and denied
that he had evaded thc question.
He said that all communications
were open to the reeve and coun
cillors, and public communications
were open to the ratepayers.
The next speaker was Keeve
W. H. May, who briefly outlined the transactions in ques
tion, and thought that if he had
been in the wrong he would not
have been elected by acclamation.
Councillor Nye added a few
words on behalf of clerk Philip,
and asked that if the councillors
were not enlightened previous to
the meetings how could they act
intelligently.
Councillor McNaught said he
was more than surprised, he was
disgusted at the mud slinging here
tonight. He said he was sorry-
there was no one to take down
shorthand notes of the libellous
statements made.
Considerable discussion was indulged in, and it came so last that
our representative got snowed under and dropped his notes. The
meeting then adjourned.
Wireless
It is an established lact that
North Vancouver is to have a wireless station within thirty days.
Mr. C, D. Cooper, superintenden t
of construction for the United
Wireless Telegraph Co., completed
arrangements for a site this week,
and work will be commenced on
the structure within a few days.
Repairs to Waterworks Road
Ciiy Kitirinecr latnUat sliilra Dial tli#
re|«irs uu the iinlcraorks cm,I, near tlie
mini i' hail heen • •>*iu|a].l,*,| mat ane llutv
iu sneli a "iielumii an imi lu lie iu danger ol further Innilih'.
The nm.l al llie nkicc o| the NMI
iiii^li-nii has hi'pu * iiil«**l u*|t and a
hri,l«e thfinvn aei-umt ll# ravine Inr the
water nnhi.
'llie work was -n.-ci'-sfiillv carried nn
join-til,' by llir city ami district enitiiiecra.
The announcement has heen made,
hy the local onler ol lhc Kmifhla uf
l'ythias that applicdum lor the clomnn
of their charter haa been acted upon by
lhe bead lodge and Ihe same will nunc
into force on Tuesday, Jan. Mb.
Dr. Jordan returned today after
a brief visit down the Sound.
Mr. A. Sini'li has moved into
his new residence on Eighth street
Meeting of school board Monday night.    First regular meeting.
Wantkii—A regular Lynn Valley cosrespondent. Worth inquiring into for the right party.
George Golden and F. Lauder,
of Seattle, were registered at Hotel
North Vancouver this week.
Albert Whyte, Whitecliff, B. C.„
was a guest at Hotel  North  Van
couver on Tuesday.
Mr. L. Reda, of the Palace
Hotel, was up and about yesterday, being able to record his
vote.
The North Vancouver Fire Department will hold a concert in Ihe
new Fire Hall on Jan. 31st. All
are invited to attend.
Mn. Wiit-UHi. nl Viiti-riii, ■< .,111; mm*.I
hi l>r. loot Telford, et Vaiii.iiiver.
were  in  the  ciiy   yesterday   ufli*in,«ui.
Wanted—A good boy ol 15 or
16 years of age to work around a
printing office. Good wages to
right boy. Apply to J. B. Williams, BintM Office.
Polling in the rural municipality
takes place at Nye's, north end
of Lonsdale aveenue, and at Lynn
Valley school house tomorrow.
The declaration ol the poll will
be made at the latter place by the
returning officer.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Trade will be held
in the City Hall, on Tuesday,
21st inst., at N p. m., as matters of
interest are on the program, a
full attendance of the members is
requested.
Notice—All persons having any
news items of interest will oblige
the management of The Express
by writing the items down and
tending them in to the office nut
later than Friday morning. The
name of the sender must sc*
company all communications.
Mrs. J. F. Smith, of Seattle, and
her little daughter, May, an
visiting friends in this city and
Vancouver. They will return to
the Queen City thc latter part <>f
February.
Kx officer Grady, of Vancou
ver, came over on Tuesday, ami
spent s few happy hours with liis
old friend, Major Mulvty, (ormcily
of Winnipeg, but now a resident
in this city. These two veterans
arrived in the Ked Kiver settlement in 1870, and became pioneers
ad Manitoba.
The following guests are regis]
tered at the Palace Hotel: T. 11.
Robinson, Seattle; F. K. Benert,
Chilliwack; Mrs. A.C. Macdonald,
Victoria; Geo. McAllister, Port
Moody; H. G»lbraith. Port Moody;
Jno. D. Cameron, Port Moody;
J. Benson, Rossland; W. J. Porter,
Phoenix; J. H. Horn and wife,
Vancouver; II. T. Langford, Vancouver; W. K. Collister, Vancouver; C. R. Chaffey, Central Park;
H. Green, Vancouver; Mrs. W. J
Porter, Phoenix; E. Thomas,Seattle; Jas. Smith, Rock Bay; J. 1<-
Dougall, Winnipeg; C. F. Mc
Gregor and wilt, Fort Francis;
A. Wallace, Vancouver; J. II
Brown and wile, Seattle; George
McAvity, St. John, N.B.; Jno. A.
Boak, Chicago, III.; W. S. Adams,
Boston, Mass.: J. R. Fullerton,
San Francisco; A. V. Buckman,
Vancouver.
11
The North Vancouver Athletic
Association are now installed in
their commodious new quarters
in the Pavilion. Since leaving
their former rooms the club official! have not been idle, as they
have been devising means whereby
to bitter the club. Several good
propositions were placed before
them, but the Pavilion met with
the approval ol the membersr
Since its occupancy the new
athetic rooms have undergone a
complete change in appearance.
The executive have spared no
pains to meet the requirements ol
such an institution, and has had
erected many appliances for the
use of members. Horizontal bar-,
swinging trapere, climbing ropes,
rings, etc., have been put in
position, dumbulls, punching bags,
card room, wrestling mat and boxing gloves have been proviilctl,
making a most up-to date gymiiaf
nun, .unl mn- in which, members,
both old and young, can find enjoyment and exercise.
As the premises are tree from
contaminating influences and so
thoroughly equipped with the best
of physical exercises, North Van
couverites can boast of being the
only city of its size affording such
luxuries, and all should do all in
their power to help, promote and
sustain its upkeep.
The secretary has had multi-
tinli-iiiis duties to perform, and
with s view of simplifying matters,
the club has made a by-law to the
effect that dues are to be paid
quarterly in advance. This, in itself, should put the association on
a good footing, and should be
heartily responded to by every
member. A meeting of the club
will be held on Tuesday evening
next at 8 o'clock. Every men ber
come and bring his dues.
CIVIC HONORS FOR THE YEAR 1908
Great Amount of Interest Shown and a Fair Vote Polled—
The Ferry Plebiscite Meets the Approval of the Electorate—Surprises in the Aldermanic Contest.—School
Trustees.
Since the days of the forming of
the Municipality of Nortli Van*
flTuver contests for lhe various positions offered, and tin* many plebiscites put belore the ratepayers,
this district has been known far
aud wide for the enthusiasm shown,
and the large percentage ol votes
polled on the various matters that
have come up from lime to time.
No less has the interest been
than was shown by yesterday's pol—|
ling, when a little over a quarter
of the total number of names on
the voters' list turned out to exercise their franchise. By the time
the balloting was declared closed a
largecrowd hid gathered in thc lull
to watch the counting of thc ballots, and eagerly awaited the results. The first to be counted was
the ballots for aldermen, whuli
consumed considerable time. When
the result was made known there
was a look of ftrprise on every
face. W. J. Dick, who was an old
member, was at the foot of thc
poll, while F. Wheeler, a new candidate, headed the poll.
For school trustees J. R. Stescy
headed the poll, and thereby holds
that position for the next three
years. Jesse Williams coming next,
stays in for Iwo years, and  Mr
Noith Vancouver's New Asset
No stronger evidence of the
rapid growth and development of
North Vancouver and the prosperous future that it has before it
could be given than the opening of
the new stores of the North Vancouver Hardware Company.
The business ol this new home
company will be conducted on a
large and liberal scale, and its
stock will be as complete aud up-
to-date as that ol any retail hardware establishment in Vancouver.
The new company has nude
known its intentions to sell at the
same prices that prevail in Vancouver, thereby making it an object
lor the citizens ol North Vancouver to trade at home, and saving
them the time, trouble and extra
expense ol going outside the city
to do their shopping. This is an
idea that should be encouraged in
our city, is aside Irom the convenience, home patronage certainly helps to build up a city's in-
tlt'strial institutions and encourages new enterprises to enter, all
uf which adds to the general prosperity ol the community affected.
For the convenience of the public the hardware company is providing a separate wsiting room
and toilet room atcomnimlotiotis
in its stores for ladies and gentlemen, where the publir ran wail for
lhc car or ferry, and where arrangements will bemade forcveiy
body's convenience. Thc stores
are very well located (or this purpose, being but a lew steps from
the ferry landing and right opposite the tcrminiie of the car
lines.
Mr. J. W. Jackson, thc manager
of the new company, is one of the
Peacv, the present member, drops
out next year.
The limning question was to be
tattled next, the ferry by law. Was
it to be or not to bc ? Everyone
wait' d in breathless silence while
the retiitnitiK officer and his deputies hurriedly counted up the many
pink pieces ol paper. When the
resuit was made knownMhere was
a round of applause and apparent
satisfaction throughout the room.
The lerry commissioners came
last, but by no means least, as the
great big proposition ol managing
thc system devolves upon the people's choice. Jas. McNair, who
heads the poll, will be a commissioner lor three years, Wm.
Monlen, who comes next, for two
years, and S. H. Kennedy and J.
A. Mcllain one year each.
The results ol yesterday's polling augurs for good, and with a
' "in-**" i' ni mayor and aldermen, a
good selection in (erry commissioners, and three qualified school
trustors, the city ol North Vancouver will forge ahead. The duties
devolving upon the several bodies
are ardrous and many, requiring
much foresight and judgment, and
the ratepayers ran feel confident
that their interests have lieen
placed in excellent hands.
MAYOR
A. E. KEALY Acclamation
ALDERMEN
FRANKLIN WHEELER 302
WM. H* MAY 291
ALEXANDER SMITH 223
WM. J. IRWIN _ 222
ALF. E. CRICKMAY 214
WM* BRAIM 207
WM.J.DICK 183
SCHOOL IMJaMtfb
A. R. STEACY Ml
JESSE WILLIAMS 257
ALEX. PHILIP 168
FERRY COMMISSIONERS
JAS. A. McNAIR 281)
WM. MORDEN 284
GEO. A. Mt'HAIN 254
SAMUEL H. KENNEDY 1117
THOS. WILSON Ig4
FERRY BY LAW
FOR THE BY-LAW 295
AGAINST THE BY-LAW 141
Total iiunilier nf vntes cast, 44(1.
oldest and most respected citizens
of Vancouver, having lived there
over twenty-two years. The house
that he built when he first came to
this coast is still standing on the
south shore of False Creek, on
Westminster avenue, ami is one
of thc oldest buildings in llul
ciiy. When it was built Vain M
ver-had just received ils MM unl
was nu rely a hamlet. Mr. Jack"
Ml intends lo reside in Nurlli
Vancouvi r in tin ticir lutiirt', and
he and his family will be heartily
welcomed as a valuable addition
to our growing population, is they
have many friends here, especially
ainoni: the olil timers who came
to the toast when thc present
thriving City of Nortli Vancouver
was not dreamed of.
Our patronage can bc given inlo
no better hands than Mr. Jackson's, and it is to be hoped that
his business will grow and prosper
ami that he will rm ive the support mIiuIi In 1. it. Ntviag of, and
may many mote .is worthy enterprises and people choose North
Vancouver Ior their home in the
luture. TITE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
THE EXPRESS
North Vancouvei, II. C.
A.  Weekly   Newspaper.    I'liMinhetl   In
The  Express I'riniim: Company
J. H, WII.I.IAM-
lahteripllM, li.uo
United States mnl Koiuign, f 1.50
Striillv Iii Ailvaiux'
TO THE TL'/ILIC.
With this issue The ExPUM
launches out under new manage-
iiient and editorship. Mr. George
Hartley, the founder and editor up
to the present, has retired from
Tin. Kxi'Khss. Thc new management will, in the near luture, place
the business on business lines
equal with any newspaper in the
province, install new machinery
and new life into the business,
and be prepared to meet every requirement of an up to date newspaper ami job office.
To do this every citizen in the
Ambitious City is asked to lend
his or her support, as it is with
this assurance that we can even
hope or expect to accomplish the
desired result.
North Vancouver is now in a
position to support a good, live
paper. The backbone ol a paper
is its news service, and when a
paper delivers to its readers all
the happenings ol a local nature
the public stands ready and willing
to assist. We therefore ask and
expect every one to lend Mis a
hand, assist by sending in what
ever news of a local and interesting nature to that we can be in
touch with all lhat  is doing  lure.
For the support in the past
we thank you, and for the future
we rest in lull assurance that by
honest motives and close applita-
tion to  work w will have your
good support.    Tin- Emms.
The iiiiiiinil medal *' tin retcpoyrn
WW lielil 111 llu* iniiiui .pnl hnll l.i-l
evening    Mr  I'  Weh-ter in llie (Wl
The  ymr'-  (matin ml  -l.ileiin nt  e	
un.ler  ili«u--ii>n    ami    wan    f'Tiinill
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lhe new i"innil thai, if p.-**il.|.. >t
shuuM I*, print.,I f,,r ,li-lriluiti"ii
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Mm the rati payers' in"lin*i
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net*, lm, i'Iii r. p.*- il.l. Tin* |M
limi iini nd "iul hi" <"iniul ami Ilny
acnt nii'iih' r n nluli *n bat k I Uu cit)
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lhe plan nf thc iliviali I ITH
ami lhe agreement Willi Iln V
('i.r|«>ralU'ii In tint mini*. ti..n tin*
r., i, i -*k lli* t ml tlmi In ■
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jet lus council ""iii'l n"t   tluii  sign
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agree in eaacel their   road   building
."iilrael with lhe district,
lli thought these illleslliills I'olllil
hnve heen settleil ill n friendly manner if guile nhuiit III the null! ivay, ud
iiililitimial expnisi* ii'iiilil have hmi
nvuiileil.
Cnillii'Mlnr Nve elllereil illlu ll lengths
reading "I th* inuwl-n "f ptarioM
meeting! ta slum Ihal ba, at WM
apposed t" tin* laavs'i Mad, Mod m
bii belief hi Iks (oad ol Iha MoWpal-
iti I'he ilmlrti'l eaiuiieil rmil'l ii"l get
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the S'lhnliar. uuivril llu* lasl nonlutitX
lu the iiiy iiuniiil Thai hi'ily replied
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luteal to safegiiaril Iln; cil}' against ad*
illtmiiiil expense ll tli"*' plans tven* tu
hint* lieiii passi'il Wlthoul laneellillinU
..I lhe rmnl I'lintrntt.
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covered the gowtioo, ud tlmt   tat the
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alter making 'that "ii rlurt's they iliil.
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ha| ||aa| tlllllk llll'Se BOtMl I'M' I
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pa I up nmils ihruiiijli   llie   luuiu-
upnliti he slnteil lhat when lh. nl>
nn- nii'ir|»'raleil, tin* ilislriel wan led
with priu'licnlly M iniiiey ami a cm-
slilerahl.    il. hi   pi tilling        'lhe   i'inli'il
hmi, as l.ir as lie nn- mimim-il, m*
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li i it Hails, as Inr a-- poafefc, hui I"'
mis in tnta'r "( just putting the trunk
i**.i*U in  g'»»l  iiunl llu hi  wliifli  ■Oarid
he simiiai, in* imMi. i'> 'I" 'mmitt
eiiiiiuil. I'lie presenl fiiiuiil lml 0 M
lot priee.s ul r.m.l i"lli*ra ami "lliel
riinil-ui.ikuig iii.iihuiiit nml n ~* tin
intention "1 the MMfl to mniailniin/e
all the trunk r<>t<ls.
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siahri.l lhe iiiy "I N"rth VoBMM
.m.l tin* ili-triils intn.-l- i.l. nlu.it.
.m.l In lh<iiighl il wns I goal nuslaka
tu pull apart.
Mr .1. Pinal M"*** 1 l'Ug'li nl"iig
lh, -nu, Inns as lhe neve, ami III up*
|»*-.ili"ii to the cuni'il'it iflit'iia.
A |,,ng ill--H--I..II .n-iii il, mi,I il  tins
llllllll r.sa,|t,*,| |l|a| llll "I till' l|lll »*
tl**||-    Ila.ll     II11.1 * r    lll-pllli*    IhlWnll    I ll"'
district aiiil lhc nit, a- I" arhilralmn
|i|*.i|i|l!lg-. -It* .lll'l he |.a-lp.*lll'l lllllll
-Hell lillle allet III' M "I .Illllllnll II-
llalll.l     alll'W     Initll    lllllllll-    t"    »i. I *» ■ ■ 111
...tunilllecs km ll"' rc."|«'llti |....li.-
: ,,.al wilh a view "f ainu nhli M
Ihiil* these ihlferiuiis
In il'ising, lle<t< May look I
. ii,|ihuienl lhe ralepnttrs mi lh.
Md f'Tlum llu ili"ttiet hail hail in
I.i.niiiiig aiitii sn effnietil ciiguitsr M
Mr. I). ( amenm
Mr. l MM ]"■*' I Ml sini.u'l'
nurtli in reply, ami Ml ineeluig sil*
jaaiirne'l.
I
1)1'lil.lt!   NOTIOk   IS    HEREBY
*■ given In the tilet'tiirs nf the Municipality uf Nnrth Vant'uiiviT, that I n-
i|iiire the presence ul the sniil t'leelura nt
UM Municipal Tent, at corner nl bum*
Ini*- aitniie nml I'lieen street, Nnrth
ynncuiiver, in the i-aiil Miinit*i|ialily, "ii
Monday, January l.'itli, l!i»s
At 12 o'lklt In
lur the |*iir|Kisi* uf electing pi'ranua tn
repieaciit them in the ilunieipnl
Council int Reeve ami t'uiinrilPln-., nml
electing three poNOM tu repre-i'iil Ihem
mi tin* Hoard uf Hcluml TruateeN.
The l*ill'.|l*l»tel- -llllll lie   uullllllllteil   ill
writing, the writing ahall la* hiiIimtiIk *l
liy two vtittTS uf the Municipalily  ns
firopiiHer ami si-nnuler, mul ahull I* ile*
ivered to the Returning Olllcer at any
time between the ilnte uf this nutiee and
2 u'elock p. ni. nn the iiiy uf thu nomination. Ami in the event of a pull be*
nu' luve.-Nirv. '-Haii I'i'll in! I" Opened
un
Saturday; January IMIi.llws
hciiveeii the hours uf !l n'clock a in. nml
7 o'clock p. ni. of the anid .lay, al the
said Municipal Tent, enrner ui i'iuvii
street unit Lnnsihilo intuitu*, mul .it
l.ynn Valley Bchool Koum, both in anxl
Municipaliiv, ul which uvery |»*rs,ni ll
required lo tnke imtiee nml gOWa I ■ j
self Kccurdiiigly.
"Tliei|iialificaliini»fnr Reeve shall l«*
hia being a male liriiish auhject, ami
having been for the three nimilha nexl',
priiiiling the day of his nuiniiialioii thei .
rcgistert'd owner in the band Kegiialrv
i nliee *■( Iniul nr real prnperty, silunie
within the Municipality, of the its-e-n* I
value nu Ihe lail Municipal A-- s-im '
Roll of hie handled mUmi or Mia
over and ahuve anv registered judgment
nr charge, and being otherwise duly
liiiliiieil as a vuter."
"The i|iialitii'nli"ii- lur ('oiineillur
ahall In* hia lieing a ni.il* Itiitiah subject,
and lulling heen lor the thrt'ti inuiilhs
next preceding the ilny ul hit* minium*
tion, the ravi*"l**r*''i on ner in the Luml
Regiatry Oltiee ol land or real properly,
situate within the Miinieipalitv, uf the
asucaaeil value on the laal Muiiiciii.il
Assessment Roll of two hundred nml
liftv dollars or inure met and above uny
rcgintercl jii.lirineiil or charge, or being
IMMtM■ li-aate froiiiiliel'ruw'ii.or
pre-emplor who liiia resi'lc'l within (he
Munii i|.;tlitv lor the spare uf om* i .>>
or   more   immediately   preceding   the
iuiiniiiiatii.il. ami who i- t--. I i**r Iiu*
I.'n, lr.*.l dullars or more un lbs li*i
Muiu.ipal Aise-anii'iit Ml, "icr uml
■Mn   any   Ngfattred   jmlgi it   or
eharge.aml beio|othaWWaHquoliled aa
a voter."
" In every Munieipal Selunil l>i«lriet
nny person lieing » DOOMBolder in the
Scliuol Ihilrict and la'iug a llritisli -ule
lei'lol lhe fiill nge ol '.'I year),nml other*
wilMi'UuliuV'l tnvotf lit  nil   Klei'lioll   ol
S'hool TruatcvB iii tlieir District, thai
he eligible to W elected u* I Mionl
Trustee in the Municipal School
liiitrict."
I liven under my hand, at North *'an*
I'uuver.lhiaiKKOii.ltlay ol .l.inmiry, lims.
VIITH'K IS IIKKKIIY lilVKN, FOB
-'   the   Information   ul   Intending
*aitiers ami others, Unit ssleollon has
been medeol lbs g.MO,000 sei-M of laud
niuiitt'il in tlm PoM River Vnlli
I'ciiiicc ol r.ritiah I'oliiiuhia, grauleil
i.i the Dominion Government under thi
uruvlslum ol' Section 7, ul "Au Acl re-
..iliug to the Island Railway, lhe I Inu
iug Dock uml I;,iiliiii) I.hiiiIh of ihe
Province," and Mich luml is not open t*,
niiri   under   lhe   I.uml   l.iui-  o(   llu*
I'ruvinre
I In* block selceteil ia described as follow!:   (liiiiiiiieiiiing at  a  polnl   .tl1*.,
nulls -"Ulli id the l'enie liner, oll the
.'"il   Menilinii,   being  ihe   Eastern
Uiiimlary of lhe I'roviuee, ihenee Wist
T.'i miles ami :ik.iii chains, ilianae North
Jg miles and IU M chains, llienec Kast
78 miles ami H.M I'lmiua, llienre South
lu the point ol commencement, follow-
lug the I'-lllh Meridiiin, und euulaiuiug
uppr'ixitiiulely :t,,rglO INHI uerea.
Nul ice ia Also liiven ihnt, » ilh n view
to facilitating oKllemonl in the Volieyi
"llhe Peine, I'lirsnip and l'ink Rivers,
the lollowing belt ul luml forty miles in
width, uml extending LII miles on em li
side ol the I'enec, 1'urMlip llllll I'll, li
liners hns heen resernil for neln.il
hi-ttb-r**, tn In* iicipiircl hi pri.*cnii.li**u
mi y under lie l.aiii'l Ael, such land in,I
bring o|K'ii l*.r s.il.*. liUHe, lieenae or
other idieiiiilioii niuler the said Act except hy pre-emption.
Coniiiieneingiit Iha ind rseclioii nl the
W.-sdrn hoiimluri ol the hloi-k of laud
selei'teil hy lhe 1 taalliillia.il Iinvcrilllicllt
llllll the i'.'liee lliver, Ihenee (ollimini;
I't'iitT liner nml I'ltr-nip River lu
ireiiutbieiiee with lhe I'uek lliier,
und Ihenee lol low Ing lhe l'ink Itiver In
the poinl ii here -nni I'm k lliver leaves
Mil I l.uke, nml exli'iuling (or n dis*
lunee of :M miles am unh sialc of sii.l
Ilm rs ami up|iroxiliiulelv 1T0 niilea ill
length,
All Intel-"Hi-i'h* the h.iiiiialairies ul lhe
11 iiii<>n lioteruiiii-nl *>runt ami the
Menu iihini' aleseriliiil nr** opi'ti lair
location hr Ihi' lutis "f the I'rmiin'i'
W. .1   llllWSK.lt,
•.•'lllll' ll  l''l  l'"llillll-si"li'
of Innil-ninl Works.
bands nml Waarka Depart ut.
Victoria, Septa mUr 13th, I'.«I7.
iiTi.iiiiiii\iiii:i.M;ini:i.iii:\ii.
VIITK'K l-III.KKIIY'.n I N  I IIM
''   ui Hn* next iiu-iiuig aai iha* Board
i..f License toinmi-si.iiit.r- for the I'itv
nl N'.rtli Vuiic.uvr I -hull apply lor a
I relml lieeuae l..r the sale nl spirituous,
l,i ni'ii ami olher Inpioi- in  Im.IIIc.
for tin* premises known us lot n, hl<s k',,
D, L. '.I'l. on I'ins'l.ili* avenue.
A. 11. Stii'.hi:,
Doled   ul   North   Villi u*r,   It   C,
lleiemlfr :'ti, IHI7.
ELDtR, MURRAY CO.
Junction WocV, Nurlh V«ncogv«r. 321 ronton St. \unomrr.
■I'hoiir 17 'litoBf m_
Wkkkly List, Will Ending Januarx i8th.
NORIH VANCOUVER
1'rlce ChkIi Dutcriptlon
l~i&       | 100       |    A simp mi l.nNKt.Hli' ivoimt', i.i'.vl.U   l.fUt'i'ti  Nje ml St.
| J mm'*.   Jjtin nii'iiih,
.MX) i(V>      |    i'ii11tf.'iiiii itreel, vH»t hnll o( I.1.1 f>, Hlitrk?9; lor nnvone de-
-11 inn * |. rlly tmlldiuxH'   ^'' MR rtQOBBMd lull,
VK> Ml      I    Four 14 teres on Keltli ruad, Himiimll u( 1UU;  ■ leiulid
vk'wulbty; t'Urtt* to talt wtlor: tliTtie yetn tu tuy the
NHM
MEN'S SHOOTING BOOTS
PROSPECTORS'
SURVEYORS' and
LOGGERS' BOOIS
All the best Canadian makes.
Nine to 18-inch tops.
PRICKS, $4.00 to $9.00
PYKE'S SHOE STORE
filG Hastings Street
mn fiKnitt ferry ft nm co., ltd.
Time Table, 19*17
Ann. hour,
Relnrniii*; Ullieer
tlTI.li ITIN FOR 1,11(1 "I! II'HU
M
Auctioneers
Accountants,    Amlitors   GfMnl
Commission Hroki*r*<
Rral ItUlt lij. nls
Tm.Ki'iii'M 111181
Vulli'l*. l> IIRRBBYUIVBM THAT
'*      III    lhe    ling   "I   llll*    I'-oHtil    llf
UoMUing t'"lllliil"M"lieri lur llie t'llt "I
Nurth V.uieiuner, lO lie lll'lll "li lhe
HCOod   WetlllrK'lity uf   Munii,   IM,   I
Sllllll ll|l|alf  har .I llllllll' I..r   llll'   -,jle   III
ipirlloutti, ferincnti'l ..rulher liqoon in
IhiIIIi*, lur llu* pfltmlOM llnmn 11- the
iniilille "hup nr "lure 111 tin* Kilrm   Mm*
Kim UoOk, -il'i'il 1 >"> I'* -uli'liu-iuii
ul la.l" Hi uml I'.i, I.I.-.1 IM, .lii-lrnt Int
'J71, in llu* 1'ily uf Nurlh Vum inner.
('. H. llllKMAI
I1.1I1H nl  Nnrth V.miniiter the 5th
aim ul Dooombor, 11W7.
LEAVING VANCOUVER
LEAVING  NORTH VANCOU
CITY
VER CITY:
MKAMIK
mun
S1KAMKR
STIAMKK
IT, OBOUI
N
VANltil IK
SI.   l.HlKi.l:.
N. vancouvi;*.
•tint) A. M
•li.Lll A. M.
•ii.15   "
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Ml   "
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HAD   "
H.tXI    "
H.30   "
"Ah A.M.
».45   "
HI.I5 A.M.
10.15   "
111.45   "
10.45   "
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11.1*1   "
11.45   "
11.45   "
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llll 1'. Ma
ILU   I'.M.
12.451'. M.
1.15   "
1.15   "
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1.45   "
2.15   "
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'.'.45   "
2.45   "
3.16    "
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11.45  "
4.15    "
1.1*1  "
4.45   "
4.45   "
5.15   '
5.15   "
5.45   "
5.45   "
11.15   "
LU  "
«.45   "
11.15   "
7.11   "
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7.45   "
K.15   "
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LU  "
9.45   "
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mm "
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Siimliv.
A un
LOTS
10 x 240
$300
Close to saw mill and plank roatl ,
tfii minutes Irom car; only $300.
Also a lew n acres for $200;
term-., in tlown, lio per month.
House to let, 6 rooms, all conveniences ; splendid view. Also
one lor sale; $500 cash and t m
per month.
Mni'tr  lieiii   |« I'-l nl Hie If-Wlur
iiii'i'lnii! 'tt llu* eilt MOM 'I
All llu* :il.Miii.*ii .i.'i. j.i.— nl. 't*'i*'
Al.i   .l.ir'liin ninl Klun'
.      11    Illinium.   l,-il  linn i.'i'l  "I Hie
II. C. HI.-.1H. ll.iiln.ii t'..   ni'.ii' ninw-
III*.*     I„     ll,,     (,|m|-,  .ll     III.I,I'*    I'l     It"'     I-    "I
"f at'id- HI a-a.l.ln-a IMl W tt I, ill,* e\tel|
-I..II  ,A   llu*   nil   till''   I"  tlie   jlllMlli'ii   **l
Hi.'   MeK.lt   ltd   Keilli   l.al'l    'I'l n
|illn.V flintier jl*il*ea*,l I*. "ll('|ilt Hie fill
it ilh nii'l ilfliler tlir BTilti'l MM ''"'"
Ihr ' \. iitiilln li" llli'h' I'T Hi.' |'M|»",.-.I
i*M"li-i'*ll I" lllll  |nll "f llu* 'ill  "11 ll'i'll
hnr. ill llir rntr ,4 Ul I I iln. | n*l
llir i'.Kii|«iiii Iii ih> oil lliet n.iil llii'in-
-,,|i,'. r,,i  !>;ill;i-iiin* iiiiri***-!-" niltl Hint
tl^-re Ih* ll" hmi' Innil |nll "II llie I*"-
llliillll  i-T thr  KTllt'l   ll   "tl-  1—f«*l ta-.l  I"
ihr Ir-nnl uf »'"rk«
A leiin ttn- n'i.1 fnnn T.nlair. Iliilni'
A Iii  mil Win; llml Iliry lluuhlil Hu*
■   alllellliiill    "f    Ihr   lli'Uri',    Ulllllia Ii'l! 'a
unl Ihrir Irifr iri*. n.tr ria.tia,. n* Htr it|.*
I*..imnii.nl nf nn iirhilmltir in lOMOrtho
Willi -I'lllilU" ..Ttllill llllllll'l- in .li-; "la*
l*a*tll.,*,a   tl"     Ill Ull, ||-   It   I -   *a|»ltj.*   |   |l,
uliiiniiiiiii  iimlrr llir in.i.ri*. i.i'i"ii  ai
l*r..ii'liuK  f'.r  nrl»lnli"ii
Ml    *l   II   SelllakT.  K   r.  I
il*fli     ,|,|»,llile,|    I"   ml    t*u    I' ,    , ill    ...
Ihr n*lii,T i,f ll.r nn
Tlir nirirruiriH  aaf Hie  len.r ,*( fl  |»,r*.
' f   Vi''    |,"1,  f,r' ;l  .iir f..r IV
iiinn    "'.ili"li
'
"I   Ihr    I'llitnl    Wnvle
wn. rrml nml lnt.1 un
MO0I   e,.rrr.*ll.,|la
I ■ i'i ll   thru   It .'111   llll'i
IM
J. W. BALMAIN
CIVIL   KM.1NKKK
ANII   Alla.HI l l t   l
I'lllll", t'llAlllitier,  b Vl'lll
Ml|*erllitt'llileliie "I li'li-lriu timi
Ktit'mi Smrr,''iiikiii LoOOBOll Av»
NOUTII  VANl'Hl'YKR.
HARRY EOQQ
WOODandGRAVEL
General Teaming
Oootl Dry   ('nnlwo.il .lelit.n.l  anv
» herr In tin rily lor f 1.00 a i <>rl
tMm-tili'iti"!.
loortb Blrert, Iietween l,nii".l.ile ami
Oknt'rl'irl'lavr.   I'lmneS".
tPPi,irtTiii\nii!i,H|ioRi,n:\n:
■vOTIl.K IK IIKIIKIIY lilVKN THAI'
^       alllielleltl HlIK   "f   the   llenM
Luiiiii*OonaWooon fur ihe i'ln ..(
Nurlh Vrtiiiniii. r. I "Imll ippljl Inr a
relall lieeiiM' h.r lhe "Ale ..I "nirituniij.
Irrnientiil nml "Iher liqoon In botUo.
for the |.reiiii«e" kmiwii n- lut. lu .unl
II, hi.»k 1116, .li-lrirt mt 271, uu Kir.l
rtrert, eriitetl MOOpUog I" nliilm mnl
-|*i" Hu nlliili* I" It' »llInnH11 'I fnr the
*|t|iriiial nl "nul l»,nril, nil In tlie Mhl
Citv nf Nortli Yumiiuier, II ('.
Ww. II. Smith.
Iiat.il nl Nurlh Imunnver, ll. V ,
irinlier %, 1107
Nu
JAS. GRAH4ME & CO.
I'aintirs ami I'* ii im -
Mirai. DtOOUTOl
Ghainirs    Gi.Aiir.Ks    BlORt
LONSDALE   AVENIK.
Orr. i jth Simir,
trmrtTioMim iJitioii ucbrie
VliTlt'K IsllKRKIIYi.lvKN THAT
'' at the next nireliiiK uf the Idmril
nl l.ieenee OllWiWoOJII for the City
ol North yaiieuiiter, I niinii a|>|>ly fur
tn Imlel lli'eiuef'ir the milrnf «|iiri|iiiiii",
fermented nr nther llqtMM, M Hie IH
riMiin Inline building, iituut.il on the
Sevinniir rood, ill ili.lriet hit 7!'l, itrunp
rne, New \Ye«lniin«ler'li"triet.
.Ions MiImmii.
Ilaltvtl nt Nurth   ""IMOOW,   !'•   t'*,
January I", I'm*.
Iwonperiettly cleorr-d lot* on lonsdale Avenue
$900 each
WESTERN  CORPORATION,  LTD.
G. _ JOKGINSEN
(4*11  I**)!**"   *t\4 W. (. land  \*t*f\nt
'rHniir ,)«.«
k»Mw«v  »lrl«t«i*«  tttttf hvtt r«   K«llin«ti'o
>i||.,THlti'll'll II"   III  ' .'ll-lrili Hull   \|n'..,   l.lHl|
»lu-», Miniti* OMm, - ii' l»iv.""ii-..'ii'
nl( IUMln«< Hi. W.  -  .   VwmrvKK, H S
X. X. CKOHMdN
lllinls I'.i;
a*ii NOTARY I'lHI.IC
hai Nasi r.    III „ll II- I	
Mi-nut,    I'l""' ani IlKlraiille,
liana.     Il«ri|v.«i.l.   ,*l r aiel Kir. '
Maimuer lur tin Cainmrreial
rrotoetWi
(IfTlll' — KlK"T .-■?.,   K   ,lt   l.tlSsliAl.K.
TREES,
PLANTS
For the Farm, Garden, Lawn
or Conservatory
llrli.ihle varii'lien at NOHMUo fAm
No Bonn.   No Nolo   No Kuiniiiaiinii
In il.iiii.iu..* "I'm k. No wimly agent. In
miii.iy yuu llur'lirei-l mul get Trent
nml Modi that gruw.
Kertilmerit, llee Sii|ipliiii, S|ir»v PlUtM,
HpnrlO| Maleri.il, I ul Huwer", tie.
nl'lert enlahlliihetl nur-erv on the
malnlmiil nf llrill.li Coliimhla.
Calaliigue free.
M.J. HENRY'S
MHSIHIls ANI) MIDH01 SIS.
SI00 WmTumttTia Koaii.
VANCUl.'YKR, B.C.
VV. NK HOI SON I Ml IV
ARfHIHCT
Temiinrary Offliv   K. Cinlney'i
rainl l*liii|i, K»|'lanaili'.
Nurth Vamoovu. B. C.
NORTH
VANCOUVER
MUNICIPAL
LANDS
Any jiarccls BMOM may
lifolitaincdby privttl •rcaty
for a h~ •I"}'" M Iny (,■',',c,,■
JOHN S. RANKIN.
Auctioneer.
.-.14 1'enderSt.      l'hone 472
FOR SALE
One Jersey I'lirhani Cow, giving
<.illmi ami a hall u( milk antl in
coll.   Apply
A. E. ClItKNAY,
North Vancovuer.
TO PROPERTY OWNERS
TIIK    UNHKItSKiNKIt    IS    PRE-
paretl to do all kintln ol Clearing,
(iriihhing antl Stifmping hy ennlract.
I'IIII.II' HltANl A.
Kirat ftreet Weal,
Nortli Vancouver.
Come in ami »ee what you ran net ■
our tily. IVe ian enin|iare lavnrahly
with any ulnre nl mir "ixe on the I'aeillr
MM
IliirCritrkeryaml (ilaaeware Ilepart*
ment ii now reaily fur in»|tei'tiiin, alao
an elegant lineul Jewelry.
All we auk In, Hn not gn In Vaneniiver
fnr anything in eur line lill yon have
iniul un a vilit. Be loyal to North Van-
on ver. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
CARD OF THANKS
I take this means ol thanking
my many Iriends and supporters
lor their efforts in my behalf. I
feel that the honor done me in
placing me at the head of the polls
for alderman, is one that calls for
all my energies on behalf of every
citizen and ratepayer. Thil for
the coming year will be my aim
and object.
Youri truly,
'    Fkanki.in Whifi.eo
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Jan. 17th, 1908.
CARD OK THANKS
CARD OK THANKS
I beg to take this means of thanking most sincerely all those who
worked for and supported me both
for reevo of the municipality and
alderman of the city. During my
long tenure of office in the former
position I have done what I conscientiously thought to be right,
and for the best interests of the
taxpayers generally. As reeve for
the coming term I promise to still
faithfully perform the many varied
and complex questions to the best
ol my ability. Again thanking you
one and all.
Sincerely yours,
Wm. ti. Mav
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Jan. 17th, 1908
1 take this means of thanking
the ratepayers for the confidence
reposed in me In electing me to
the importantposition of ferry com
missioner. It will bo my steadfast
aim to meet the requirements of
the public, and to serve faithfully
with the other members of the
boird.
Sincerely yours,
J. A. McBain
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Jan. 17th, 1908
CARD OK THANKS
CARD OK TII ASKS
No better test of confidence is
wanting than returning me to an
altlermanic chair lor the city of
Nurth Vancouver. As in the past
so I will in the future give my tune
and energies to the best of my
ability (or the proper guidanoeand
upbuilding ol our city. I take this
means nl thanking oue and all for
their endeavors on my behalf.
Sincerely yours,
A. E. Can miu
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Jan. 17th, 1908
CARD OK THANKS
I beg to tender my hearty thanks
to the numerous Iriends and sup
porters who honored me with their
votes and influence at the recent
election. I shall consider it my
duty to faithfully serve throughout
thc coming term of office, as in the
past, to the best of my ability the
interests and welfare of the electors
of the City of North Vancouver.
Faithfully youri,
W. J. Irwin
Norlh Vancouver, B.C.,
Jan. 17th, 1908
I beg to thank the ratepayers of
North Vancouver for the support
and trust reposed in me. As a
member of the school board I will,
to the best of my ability, look after
the interests of the ratepayers and
school children.
Respectfully yours,
A. R. Stkaiy
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Jan. 17th, 1908
FOR CONVENIENCE
OF WARD II VOTERS
The friend" ninl i-uippurier. nf Messr".
linn* nml I "it'.it. 'iiiiilialnli'a r.ir nml
lm. in the District nf Nnrlh Vaiiiuii.er,
in the dulling district election, l.n vv ar-
riinireil fur nu antninuhile which will
meet every car nt ihe nuner nf llitli
"treet nml QONMboq avenue, fur Hie
I'liri'"-*** nf IHII)Nag Hie eii) inters in
nml fnim Hie gaMog I Hi in I .villi Valley.
CARD OK THANKS
The undersigned takes the means
ol extending to all who worked on
my behalf and thereby placed me
on Ihe board of ferry commissioners
To the best of my ability I will
serve the public, and the many
questions coining up from time to
time will receive my closest attention.
Yours truly,
Jas. McNair
, North Vancouver, B.C.,
Jin. 17th, 1008
CARD OK THANKS
When I accepted the nomination
as ferry commissioner it was with
a view to serving the city as best
I knew how. The many duties
pertaining to such a position, especially at this stage, can little be
realised, but it will be, as it always
has been, my object to serve those
who gave me their confidence and
support thoroughly and well. I
have also to thank thc ratepayers
(or the choice of my colleagues to
its board.
Yours truly,
Wm. Moriiin
North Vancouver, B.C.,
Jin. 17th, 1908
WRESTLER HOLM SHOULD
READ THE PAPERS
The I'liiiimunieiiliun Hirungh the press
recently, relative tn the howl ..I Allen
H0I111 nf Calgary, in MMfMM nf
nnt receiving any reply hi his clmllcngc
tn Hu I Ri'Mihaw ul Nurtli Vmienuver,
chninpiiin light Height wrestler nf Hrit-
l"ll    ('.'lllllllll:,.    leililS   1"   evidence   111.
fnct lhat Mr. Hnlm is nut a remler nf
lhe ilmli iicivspiipcrs. Altlmugh Mr
Renshniv's necepliince ami willingness
was mil pulilisli.il 111 lhe , Kve-Upt ner,
it was. huwever, puhlisheil in the Cnl-
gnrv lleraltl. Iicsiiles lhe Vsmuiiver
World and  Pruiince.
The mnnsgenii'iil uf Mr Hensliiiw nr
his chili, the N'.rlh Vsni'iuiver Athletic
iiasociatiim, would lie plcimcil In lie in-
I*nun,I nf Mr Holm's private address
ur lhe name nf his eltih.
OLD-TIME "HOE DOWN"
AT LYNN VALLEY HOME
/Theie wns a -feiiuiiie ulil-lnsl.lulie.l |,.„.
ilnwii ill Lynn Valley Inst Tunnln}'
I'venlnir. wlii'n 11 inunlier nl friends nl
Mr. and Mr". .1. Mellon** l'ink |insse*i-
>hui uf llieir lum-.. ami unliiliTil ill merry making until seven n'i link (lie fnl-
liitvinjf morning.
Mr. Clarence Melnlyre supplied llie
needs nl an orchestra with general sa-
li"f«cliiui, Ingellier with Hie n«iuil essential. Him gu lo make a popular mul
atietessful fiddler nf Hie uhsulrle limes
FORTY NAMES ADDED
TO VOTERS' LIST
The court ol revision nf the v.*lir-'
h<t uf Ihe districi nf North Vancouver
was held un Saturday afternoon in lhc
municipal hall About <HI names were
milled  which  hrings the total to over
nvm.
FINAL MEETINC
OF OLD COUNCIL
The regular and last meeting nf the
19117 city council was held in the city
hall on Monday evening.
Tin re were present Mayor Kealy and
Aldc111.cn Irwin. Kmery, Dick, Smith
and Oriekinny.
Seven tenders fnr the supplying of
c.ir.lttKKl In the city hall were opened.
The tun lowest ulhrs were $.'1.8(1 a
curd and the council decided to divide
the mntritct Iietween these Iwo.
The final rnnling and adoption «f tin'
Itinerary loan bylaw was given after
which llie eoOlli ll went mln 1 "llillillti■
Mrs. Dr. Verner ie nettled in 'lie riw
re-udence on I/tiiiedalt' nvenue, and •"'11
m-eive on the second and fourth Wed-
needaye of each  nmntli.
Hr. Bert Anson has added 1 lint'new
eipifm wagon to hia bueinew and wi1)
hereafter run two rifl.
Watch
This $|>ace
Next Week
Vote for
DUVAL
and
KINO
For all
/
kinds of
Commercial
Printing
call on
Ufa EXPRESS
Church Notice
MtTHODIIT  I'lll.'Kl.'ll,  N.  W. COKNKK
I'OUHTII IT, ANII ST. OlOkCl'l
AVINUK.
Morning service, 11 a. m.; Sunday school, .1:30 p. in*; evening
service, 7:30 p.m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
evening at 8 o'clock.
Rev. b. H. Balderston, H. A.,
pastor.
NOKTIl  VANt'OUVKH  t'ATIIDI.lt'
INUI AN   MISSION.
Sunday  Services — Mass  at K
a. Ba, Sunday school at 3:30 p.in
Benediction at 3 p. m.
Pastor: Rev. E. I'eytavin, 0.
M. I. V. S.
it jdhn's rn iTaunturr, mum
ANII THIRTF.KNIII  S'lKKKtS.
Holy Communion, I a. in.
Morning prayer, 11 a. m.
Evening prayer, 7.30 p. ni.
On the first Sunday in llie month
there will lie a second celelnalitin
of the Holy Communion at 11 a in
Rector: Rev. Hugh Hooper.
ST. ANllKEW'S PRKSIIY1KKIAN ITIUKl It
SIXTH STKKRT.
Services  will  he  conducted  a*.
usual on Sunday  liy the pastor.
Sunday school, 2:30 p ni.
Service at Moodyville school al
7:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday
8 o'clock.
All are welcome.
Pastor: Rev. J. D. Gillam, MA
1 /1 'i I 1 1 11 111 . 1) 111 1 1 ■ 11
I.ONSDAU:  AVENUK.
Service t*t 11 o'clock a. in. in
the Orange hall; Sunday school al
the close o( the service.
Pastor :    Uev. David Long.
All are welcome.
KVandki.isih smuts
will lie held at Orange hall on
Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock
All are welcome. Come and
bring a (riend.
Thi Express, ,<i a year.
J Of Mii
REVISION 01' VOTERS' LIST
mllK Own oi   ItKVlsloN, 01
* the liistriet Vuters' Uot. will meet
in the Diatrict .Municipal I mice, Nnrll
Vancouver, 00 Saturday, the llth u
January, Hum, »• •> uYlook p m.
AI.KX. l'HILIl', C. M ('.
II
COURT OF RKVISION
VOTICK. 1** HKKKHY lilVKN THAT
tht Court of Koviainn, tn hear Animals against lhe Assessment of I unl"
or lliipriivi*nients iiih.Ii* hi lhe Asaossnr
ul Ilns Hialriel, will he held in lhe |ii".
Ind Municipal nllice in North Vam •
ver, un Miimlav, lhe lml, l.n ul Moo-
ary, IUOH, at J o'rl,s*k p, in'.aiul thai
notice uf all Apiicala miial Is. uunle :*,
ffle at least ten dais pri'i iuiia to the aaid
data.
AI.KX. I'IIII.II', CMC.
NOTICE
JVTOTU'K IS I1KHKI1Y lilVKN BY
A ' Hu* iinilersii|neil that fuurtnen days
fnun this date Twill, unleaa otherwise
arranged, lay hold lu ami claim nne
Imrse that waa left at my plaee aouie
four months and mure ago.' Owner may
claim same hy paying lor ila keep and
this advertisement.
CIIIKK.IIM HAItllY,
Seymour Creek,
uarv, I'.ms
Seymot:
Dated Ilns 3rd day nf Jan
OFFER FOR DISTRICT
LAND WAS ACCEPTED
A short meeting nl Ihe districi n un
cil was held lasl evening.
■I   0   Siilnn  np|i.;iriil  nml  addressed
the .<'innii in r.'iMni io pntwiag I'l
11. res in |.|„k. II |i I, IN Mr. Salnn
'iffered $|ll an acre f'>r tin- luml. The
i.ffer lia*- mc pled.
The city of Nurth Vancouver iirnle
stating Ihal the liml appointed I 11
Senklcr in act uu Ixhitlf i.f the citv It
lhe arhitration proceedings h-eliii. n
Iln city and district o[ North VlSCOOj
ver.
CAl'ILANO
Have on ham! a Inrge supply nf Cement
lllis'ks, in,nh* frnin freshwater sand.
Samples may liv seen at the new
cement residence oa Second street eaat.
Slrn.il hi s'ksSxIli.
hull particulars MB Is' had Irom thu
Western Cnr|Hirsliun nlfice, nr write to
I'AI'll.Wi CKMKNT MM»CK CO.
Nairih Vancuuver, B. C
[atimotes Given on All
Kinds ol Ilectricol Work
Cor* Lonsdale and Second St
60  YEARr
EXPERIENCE
Maws
Deiwno
COTTRIOHTI iC
A nrona Minim a >k«t<* aal MatrtaUon m
rjnia .ir iKavuin i„ir opinion pea amaat u
UlT.nllon 1. praah.MTlwUPHbU   OlBl.ltinla*av
UnnialrMI'rnmad.i.lUL lUMMUl 00 I'auala
lent frM. OMMt *u.na*r fur Moainna muou.
Piiwta ufcaa urouta Mmm a (.0. n-Mlva
■(MMla-cUM, without oh.ri«, 111 lit
Scientific American
A huH.nPi.lr UliulraUil w—aSj, Ua-tMt <ar-
S.ti,*D of ana* KS.ntino J,,ora*L   Tenia for
Katla.lUfar"
111 uewadis'
. r«r, I- •"tns pt»p«ld.   HuM kr
StllraaOaa-f,
nuWaaalaafoiC
New York
umufcUC.
Come and
Seo Our
Steel
Range*
.- no. «» *
FOR	
$17.70
CAN'T BE BEAT
EXPENSES
SMALL
PROFITS
SMALL
Fraser's
Lonsdale Avenue
Opposite City Hall
B*K
Rolled Oata
Floor
Haij and Feed
Seeds
XIKORDERS
DELIVERED
ihe Brackman-Ker
billing Co.
I imiletl.
Harry Mitthtll, loral BUMfMi
!.iiii-,iI,i|i' Avi nue
Fine, healthy Tomato and
Cauliflower I'l.ints, (,'rown Irom
Sution'j Si '.'iiii, always on hand. TIIE  EXPRE.SS, NORTH VANCOUVER, R. C.
FINE HIGH LOTS IN BLOCK 29 ]
BETWEEN i'llll AND 17ill STS., MAHON AVE,
Term", laiii'-toiirth cash ; balance, li, 12 anil IS months
~f
I
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S. GINTZBURGER
LIMITED
161 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B* C.
p.o. box m.
THE BANK OF
One of Canada's Strongest Financial Institutions
loi.il Aisels over i'SO.000,000
Savings lit mints i*iveit  ipecial  ulti'iitiuii    A deposit ol Hi
or iipw.inls starts a  Savings  Accounl,  on which the
highest current rats ol Interest is paid or added io the
Principal every three months.    Deposits in.iy lm with"
drawn ut ,iiiy lime without notice.
Joint Accounts in;u \»  opened in the name ol two persons,
so that eitlier mat deposit nr ivitlitlraiv funds, making
a very convenient form of account.
Bunking by Mail.    Psook   Living at a  distance may   send
in deposit!  nr  withdraw  . .ish  by  mail.   Write   for
particulars.
Office:  Cor. lonsdale Ave. and Isplanade, Norlh Vancouver, B. C.
II.  It. Ilium, Manager.
British Columbia Electric Railway Co., Ltd.
Cars leave Iha l'Vm l.an,lin*> forOiiiti'asluiry Avenue. Iwtnty lirst
street an.l Lonsdale, Wimli str.it and K. ith Koad as (ollows : 6:15
a.m., 6:45 a. in., 715 a. 111., 7:45 a. 111., S:i5 a. m., 9 a* "•• 9:4° •>■ ■■•
10:10 a.m., Alter 10:25 a. in, cars will leave Oiieetislniry avenue,
Twentv lirst ami Lousdalt avenm*, and Winch street and Keith Uoad
at liv. iiiiiiuit's tn tin- hour ami twenty live minutes past the hour.
Cars Kavt* Nineteenth street ami Qoaenaborv avenue, Twenty lirst
strict .1 uti I.uiisil.tl. ,ucnu., Witch street and Keith Uoad as follows 1
6a. ni., (1:30a. 111., 7 a. BL, 7:30a. 111., Ha. ni., S45 a. 111., 9:15 a. m.,
9:55 a. m., 10:25 a. m. After 9:40 a. m. cars have llu Ferry Landing
at ten niitiiit. s past the the hour and twenty minutes to the hour.
[Wp   All I't.ail- .nc nnt liy tin- cars.
Hotel North Vancouver.
liraml
Tourist
llt'S'Ut
Up-to-date
K.1I11*.
$2.00 pi r
I '.IV
and up
Special
U.iti** lm
Families
and
Refulat
llien li 1
lerry Servile I very II.ill Hour to .inti from Ihis Hotel
to Vancouver. P. I arson, Prop.
Enabling the Corporation oi
the City of North Vancouver to Raise by Way
of Loan the Sum of
$175,000 for the Purpose
of Acquiring the Propeity
and Assets of the North
Vancouver Ferry and
Power Company, Limited
looted in thn saiil city duniin the whole
currency nf Haiti delu'iitiirus nr any nf
llicin.
li. The I'lini nf |I78,600, |>rnvitleil liy
the issue uf laid debentures -hull In* applied lu the puri'linse uf the entire prup-
iTtf uml an«t'ts ul Hit' Haiti The Nnrth
Viincnuver Kerry uml l'mier I'uinpmiy,
Limited,
1. Thin lly-hiw nuiv tm cileil lur nil
piirpuiH*K as " The I'ity uf Nurtli Vim*
couver r'errv PurcblM Loin Ht-hiti,
IIKM."
I'llHW'tl liv ('iilllieil nn the Hccnnil .111V
a,i January, A. I), IM,
Ili'Cl'ivetl tlie UHHCIlt uf the Klt't'tnrs ill
nn elei'liuli lieiii fur the purpiiHe un  llie
.Inv.,1 A. II.  PHIS.
Kccuimiiicrcil mul linnlly iiilnpteil ity
the ('nuncil, nigned liy the Mnynr mul
City Clerk, mul willed wilh lint I'nr-
|nil'ille Seal uu the .Inv nf
A. ll. 1901
Rainier Beer^
Im 11 glorioiil lit'Vi'rngt'—inii'iicliiii^ nnd
latUfying, Remember Umu'i no other
"just ns good"- in-i-i mi ptting Rainier.
PACIFIC  BOTTLING  WORKS
Vancouver. B. C.
Changes for Breakfast
Now in Season
New Laid Bggi
Herring, K A K
Baoon,   Kippers   Salt
•lli-il Oati, Wheat Flakei
J. A. M'MILLAN, GROCER
Corner I s|>l<ti>.i<lr and Lon»dale Avenue
WHKUKAS, a Kerry Service in DOI
Mm uperntt'tl Iietween the City nl
Nnrth Vani'iiuver and the City uf Vine
enilver, liy the Nnrlh Vuncuuver Kern
mnl I'litver Cumpaiiy, limitetl, ill eon-
iiectiun with which the Hid ('.iinpiiny
mill twu ferry dtt'ilinera, kuuwn nn the
"St. tli-urge" Hud the "Surrey" anil
tilher pru|icrty mul assets euiineclt'il wilh
-111 hlcrr* sen ice, including the wharves
at eilher terniiniiit uf such ferry service,
mul iili*'i llie laml ami premise! in the
City nl Nurlh Vuneniiver, ilescrilu'il ua
hlnck mn' hiiiiilreil and sevenlv-iuo
[ITS),in district I.at tii" I111111lr.il and
laeieiily-fniir (174), gnnpOM (1', Nett
We-liuiii»le»|li-lricl, aei'iirdiint I" Ihl
registered limp or plim ilc|mHitcd ill the
I .ami Kenistry Ollice nl lhe City nf Van-
nuner, ami niinilicrcil IMS, mul Ileitis:
km.1111 um lhe "l/insdale Harden-," mel
the wharl antl other HaatllKlioni
ereetetl theritin.
AMI. WIIKUKAS, Ihe "ui.l Ciiupiiiit
mul lhe shurclniltlcrs have uurei'il In
Hell tn the C.ir|*iirnlluli ol the I'm of
Nurth Vmieoiiver the entire |T..|..*rl\
.lh*I assets uf the snid Cullipltllt' uml the
franchise und privileges held lit' it, fur
lhe priee ur Mini of one hiiiiilreil and
-ii.iity-lii.* thntiHuntl (tlT.'i.lHKIi dollars,
In lie MU ill cash. Oil Cnillliliull lliiit tll"
principal terminus of the ferry -.riicc
in the Oilv "f North Viiiiciniier remain
at Lonsdale avenue n intuksd In the
pre* ut frunchiae.
ANII, WIIKKKAS, itin expedient in
the IlllSWll ul the City mul the in*
hiiliitmil** llierenl lliiil lhe present lerry
service sleuihl Is* itnpmve.1 In proviilinij
u inure Irei|iienl uml bi'tter serine mul
utlitTwiae.
ANIi, WIIKKKAS, under II atattag
agreement Iietween the -mul Ciinpiiny
and lhe City nl Nurtli Van iver. a- the
successors of lh'' Miinicipalily of the
District of Nurlh Vancouver, iH'lweeu
wlinlli and llie sai,| Company lhe ai-ris-
lueiit niuler which lhe present l.rrt
Hervice in carried on wan made the Coin*
anal liaiaslisiiadilnlois Wm uf years,
during which, except by niuliial ngree-
111. ut, un iinpruveil ferry Hervice ciniiot
U'.'hl.iiiii-d ill |treHi'iil.
ANI", WIIKKKAS, the said pr.i|«*rly
kn*i.t n an " Uiimdale tiardeiiH" waa
acuiiired hy the Nortli Vancouver Kerrv
and Pom Cniiiiuiiiy la wnonrina with
their lerry Hervice nit it v.iluiililc asset in
eoniiei imu therewith.
ANIi, WIIKKKAS, it in npodlaol in
the intereHta.il lhe City and the rule*
pan 1- and Inhabitants Ihinol lhat ths
Clli sli"iildiit''|nirc the said ferry «ervice
ml ull other pruperty mid MMtlol the
-n.'l I'ninp.iiiv.
ASH, WHERKA8, 11 petition  hu
lieen preHenltnl tu llie Council ill
c.aariliince with -"'Cti"ii 09,ol the Muni-
IpalCUomo Act,reqoeatlnf the mine
iliulii.11 ..(llie pr.-eiil Ill-law.
TIII'.UI'lilliK.lli.'Mu p.ili'.iincil
ol the Corporation ol the Cilj nl V'rth
Vmic.iiner eiinelH nn ("lluii-
I. ll-luili Im> lawful Inr lhe Minor nntl
the (in  Clerk ..(  ilu*  Cil*.   i.*r  the
tforcoaidi In b eroa or raiie
II tt n    il  li'itn,  fr in p. 1**11   or
■mdm, body or bodM nirpnrate, will*
ini; toii'liance lhe -niiii' Upon tin* cr<tlit
thedebenlum herein mentioned nl
Ihe Corporation, 1 mm "I < ".<. m
eicoodlag ui ll" thole, Ihl -nm M nne
bandied  mul   -■ n 1.1  On   iboaMad
(|i;,ri,illM|iliillarH l..r lhe |tarpOM ihon
nl 1 nl,.
i. IS'lH'lilure II Uol lh" (lit I" lhe
111111'imi Meaaawi lo pM no ilu- nn ul
>! ,  * U00 HI lhe tt Imll* llinl  bo l"ll"l   I'V
lhe-aid Minor iiiiiI City i l.-rk, 111 lerniH
ul ihe " Municipal utuaei Acl." in
MM u** nuiv It* ile-ireil, hut nut li
than |1,000 mala hob of the *.icl
bonda -hull Ik* riaaid bj the -.ml Mayor
mul City Clerk, und Ihe I'ity  Clerk
■hall attach thereto 1|m Oorporati Seal
ol the Hiii.l Ciiy CnriHirniion.
;1 The llelH'iiture ll.ui.l- hIiiiII U'ar
inlereHt nt 11 rule unl mondial live pa
contain noraanam. parable haif*yenrly
hi the lir-t dny ul July mid llu* llr«l
■ Liv nf .lanuarv In each uml
enn* year iluring the eiirrency uf the
-aid delienliireHor any of Ihein. There
iiniii If attached lo the DobonUM
KoiuIh Meant, adpid hy the Mayor
only, fur ench nnd every pnylueiit of
inlereHl thut mny bMOBM due, uud Hiich
Hiunaliire   may    lie    either    wrillen,
Htiiiiipiii, printed orllthofraehod,
4. The Huid Dohmtari Bonda, nn to
principal uml Intent, "hull bl pnil'li*
nt the 'Hv llall, Nnrth Vancuiitcr,
II. C, and lhe Hnid principal emu nhnll
Ih'mnde puvnl'le In lhe Citv Cur|»ira*
li.aii ut a iini" imt Inter lhan lilly yenra
(rom date nl Una,
5. There .hall btnlwd and levied an*
nnallv In a "|i*cial rule "ii all the rale*
it,1 * propertj In the nld ■ It". Ihl himii
uf fil Mi uu rich and even 11.nun of lhe
principal ran Imwd Inr tne "tarpon ol
Inrmliiii 11 Mnking Kaild (nr llu* pnymeiil
i.l lhe Hiiid ilelii'iil'ire-, and lhe .um nf
|M .11, e.ii li .m.l etery ll.tmii ol thi
principal nun i-ami'-l fur lhe pa] 111.'til nf
lhe interest at the rate llornud, In Ih-
1 nmi' due un the .aid dobtBtarn duriua
the currency thereof, and that in ad-
liiini to all rale, to he levietl and col*
CANDIDATES' MEETING
The  I'untlitatea  fur  aldermen, ferry
luiiiinliihniiii mul Hchooi traiton tlin-
■ *:■ -ed the ciiiiiing |irupo«itiuiiH uf the
lil'lerent budiea helure 11 lull liuiiau in
the pavilion Wednesday cvenini*.
'I'll"     emiiliililti*-     tui*   alili'l'ini'll     wiio
■poka man W .1 Invin, w. .1. Iiiik,
A.  Siniili anil  A.  K. Cri.liua.t  nl  ln-l
ia 11 -  mil   mul 1'.  Ulieeler ami \V.
II. M111, the mat cuii'li lutii-
Tli" liieinlieie n( llie 1IHIT eiilllieil le-
liiiieil llieir pa-l wort iiiiiI re"..ills, |0.
ill -"iiii'tiliiu inin ilelail nf purls nl llie
arorfc,   It was u plalou ol fan pn.
ileiiit'u Ihai al lhe lum* nf iiiuirpiirii-
1 ion ul  tlu* cit)  a ceil.iiu plan ul  pru-
,;liuv ami iiiiii",. iia- ni.ippeil iiiiii lllis
atiuk  ll'il   lllllllll;  a*   let   l"*'*ll  ci'llll'l''liil,
lu.t thoUfttll .1 llieir 1I11I.1 I" "ll"!' lueir
-iitiies 1,,1* aiuillicr lecni wilh a u"»
1,1 ciiiiiplciiii*. tlnn' iiiiiuiislied laeka,
W.   II.   Mat.   liim i- nl-ii li'i'te ul Hi"
ii-ii'ni, imi' iii- i'i':is,,ii. 1,u* ippooliai
lu llll* rill/.i'll- la .1 illlliliilllle Inl' III
,1,'llliall   tllien   lie   tins   eleiled   l'i*i*u*   <>l
ilie diatrict   Mi. Mat -.<iil 111 mtaaecf
llnil il wan tlie ,1..inu "I Ila,* l.il.*|i:lli*is
ilu* It"- nhe uii:.vl mul |.r..-*..*.l  nun
In -nil all "Meill liail lie lillillll nill-
."lil.'il   lu he lliillllll.lla.    I.i  lill  lli.*  .lltli
-".il. wliieli ul Iliu 11  mis dill la-
caul.   After all t In* i'*i|i"t. he -.ml.
toolbar mum* inui U'li added ami li
.',,ii-iil"n-ii 11 iu.* mn hi- plai I i<> tt it'i
lllll      I-   lala!    I" " '■.'•'ll    Up '11    llllll.        Ile
rioted ii" w.i- "i ti"* linn "1'iiii'ni Hm
lie ."iilil -en.* I...ill eiii ami iiimiiiIp.ili
|J    tn   ^'I'st   ] > I. I I     M   1 t»-lll"l".|   ll"
|ll"l"*l    llf   llOlll   llllllil.l    lilHtllll-ill.
I'l.liil.  \Vli""l"a   li."'llis| llll ,,Villi, II ,,ll
appeal Ini, ■'  left iini" doubt nt lii
p..pn;.mn        Mi.   Wl I.*r   1--nia*.|   lua.
lii'.u.'i-   Iliil   I"   m,'Hl.l   -"it,*  li,,*  ,iiy
...11-,-,"lllll      .1,1,1   la   ll.e     I..-I   nf   lm
lll.ililt.
Mr.   M"i*l"ii.   Mi    \Viik.| I   Mr.
1\ ll-ii|| J > la -.-a*,. I... I | |i.-|n-,*|, ,*- ami -|i"k"
I I'll li*i|l- ,|.- , . Ill, li, lales Inr C'lllllll--
-.Inlll'l*.    ,,|     ll,"    |"||*l     ,-,iIIUIU*^Iii||.
For -, I I im.me-, A. Is. Inn) ttt-
ili" lu>i .p.'iiki'r.    Mr. Si.M.-i Mated he
llinl   heen  ;,   un-llllifl   ,,|   l.l-l   t" II n   laa..ml
mul hmi iiiiii In- 1.1II1.11:11". aiciuiiph I...I
* l-ia|"l.|lll"  UIIUiUlll   nl   wnrk.   ini|K,r-
111 l.l 1111111111;.1  wlil.li  wa. lli,. -ii*..'--nil
a I 'la| la H,    ,,f    II,,,    mi,    ., laa.a]    .,,|,|    ||,"
-eiiirni*; a,I  I.i I ■ • ' • 111 Mill ,,f I,
wlm wei" dota| "lliiiini Mil ami weie
.iillsfail..*)   i„  ih,   pupil, ami parciiU.
al-   Well   .1-   lu   (lie   si li.H.|  Im.1Il*al.
Mr.   .1.*.-**   Willi.uu.   Kited   11... t   lie
IPPH    '.U"l    ll ■ •   al    illip.,11 III f   llll'
m li"ii| wort, *>| all, iln* iil'tiiiuiii*: nf
H"'"l   Incbera, »i.....*   loflann "ter
ehlldrei wai l"lt liiriiiiuli llieir afler
lit".
Ml     A.   I'lulip   .l.'le.l   ll 1 1   1.11 -1 -
nan an M 1 na -mLj-h 1 ami thai *i
tins portblll)   iliniiiuli  In.  ell.uiH  wild
llai-l"*, I.,I   Shu,III  llllll   N',1 II,  V| let
.ill,.,I   u.|.  111.1   I,uill.     II"  11.iiunl   1**111
!.*.< nntl potato wiin ii ii" it mil.1 k.i*,i .ii-
w.ij-    Ih'I     1.1111,    nillliell.    .1      l.llt   "I
i< 11 Iii 11 ..1 iiii  in 1 order, Hiatal
III     Hlllt I     ill-' Iphne,     -lllllllll'    f. I,......
pr,'p"il> Iiniii. led llu- iiiutniiiiii I" 1-
I I     -a  I I     I-i"Mil,^-     lllll'll*;! I     llll'
* III     I-1     lli"    .1.    .iIiUI|ihI;iI|,,||    .*|    all    111"
i«"ai.Inui. 111 ilu* dlffereoi .<*> Hon
M .llnl     K"lll     a,|„*||,,|    ||,|<   all-. II    -I	
Ila"     I"! l.l      pllllla.l.",      lll-l     lIl.lllkillK     Ul'
roll i'in 1    i"i Ihi 11 linull Mippnrt iiiiiI
lu. ii-Iiiiii lu llu liij.li |„,.ill,.ii ,,| el,let
mnni-lrul" nt Iln- eii, Pn ainillier icar.
lli,* in.11..1 -Mii.I  111,11 willi lhe
pllli lul I lite fen*)  lliul llie people, he
lell   inllliilelil,   ill   llie   rOOM   of   II   Iefl
lean, aoaM M rerj fantal i" hol
tear's euiim il lur Hn* bftnatng lllllllll lite
pill     llll-". llllll I.       if      llll' lll'lll       .''"»
llir.nu;!.. II" -unl III lliiuii;lil il wmilil
l,e a  |,*.|*iil.ili.,ii Iniilil,1.
lu lelaliiiii In lh" iniui'iiiiis li'll'ts
llml hmi >i"ii in Hi "li nt.iiii-l llie pur-
'has", he e"lileli>le,| llml mil ,,m* li.nl
pill   Inrlli  a   leaiiiin it" ai|iiini"iil.      lie
-i,,,k,* ,,r iiu* rciii.iikii'ii nratan "t iiie
 pint   l"l   II'" p.1-1   tin  uud lli.nulla!
Ilial -I1.111I.I i-'.il.li-li lli" lint u( il l.l'ilK
il   |J I   pl*'| '"IIU'II  Ii'l'  ll"   llll   In  I It"
 I   leap   III"   benefit!   it.elf.   ili.leil.l   a,l
letttai die prolll ■ 'i "i it 1 "iiinirf
ill   llllllll    ill.lal'a
III*  -|.*.l."  a*|   ll*    iH   I*-  ill I  Ila"  .itt
ll.lll.ls   llllll   Mlled    la*     |i' all III I    llie
bonda imi .id t"'"!*.' *"i'i iimt n an
iniulipiiiu iiua  in ininiii-uiL; 11- an
l.ll l-a it    la.l     Hi      '   ill '    "f    W
printi i"'i' ii" -'""i he wn. ul
iii iiiiun iii.11 iiu* nit aoaM ■pnl"
"iu,< mi dilliiulli iu ilii.|i.iaiii<i uf the
tttt] IhiuiU.
Harbor View Tract
City Lots
Size 50 x 145
PRICK:   $7 7/5.0 0   AND   UP
TEIIMS:   H CASH; BALANCE,S, It AND IS MONTHS
The moHt centrally located and heat loti in the City ol North
Vnncouver for the price.
I)o not (ail to make your aelection without delay while yuu
cun purchase ut flrHt cost.    Prices will noon be rained.
Further particular", maps und price lists furuiihed  free on
application to
IRWIN & BILLINGS CO., Limited
Cor. lonsdale Avenue and fifth Sl, North Vancouver, B.C.
TKLKP1IOSK tl
PALACE HOTEL
ntM 11 itMsiun nam on int ro*si
1   ii   ■ 1  1 11
AN l'l'*Tll*HATK
TiU'KlsT RESORT
Rani 111.501'hi;
DAY AND UP
Sp'ul Hull's to Families and Rfinilnr Boarders
lliillhuur ferry t'onnectinii ti/aml Imni Vancouver. Hot ami cold
naler iu every r.Hiin. Iteliirn call Ih'IIh iu every room ltarln'r
shop in CinilH'l IH'II
REDA&ANDRUSS
PROPRIETORS
Si.'i.m. Jtutt,   -   •   •   -   NORTH   VANCOUVER, H. C.
ll.* said siipp...ui*; a luiili!" sluuilil lie
tlarted nwn Hi" I id Saiwro, it
aiulllil lie a l.'iti; pernsl bOfM II tlnuld
lie   ill   Use   llllll   hesiiles   he   helieved  llll
1    tl|.iriill|;lltult'   millld   he   lielltiell
llie ilntit'.-l pnlllt-. ttliiili ttnlllil I" li)
liai.lt ."line. Ill llu* |'l"|"'-lll"ll I'T
1111A   Inui.   lie   sanl   he   .an   im   M
ith)   tin*  lull   l"i.il  ui  luml-  - 1**1 nut
I--    I,mil   in   lliis    lilt,   ilm-     .'na",
"lllplia.tlll''ll|   III   II   IIUIIIIm'I    ul   li.l'll.   llllll
,',*ii.i-i|iient iiuiciiM'il iiiiiilmnin ul
iiuiiii 1 an.l liii..uies.. Mavur Keal) lis'l.
the sluiiil lhat il llie fit> «"H' in "'«•
lml in* ttnlllil Iii-iIiiI" als'iil I'll-lunt llie
puii ii.i-e |n.a|,,i. uin ui, hut a- Hie (err)
i',,iiip.iii) iiiui eieieii iean banhhi i"
inn fat, with tl.-* rik'lil I'l l') |M ui""
11 im* mt W mil luke It up ul lhe "ill
.U Hie II  teius, it was 1 .lillerelil mailer.
. Mr. Munlen al.n n„i\, 1 die lerry
plll" Ills"    illlal     ri'll"l.ll",|     til-     plll'll.Ill'll
-i.iii ninn.-  111  ii*.*.iiii in the fl7„*aUUi
ppilit     lur   lh"   11   11 Il*>   "liiini*;   |I"C.
dl, IM, Mr. Mnr.hu deali with vi-
ri**n- 1..11111111111. ill.an. ill.11 lute Iiaiiu
li  In Iilil" appeared ill lm* dull) paper- lie piirllitilarucl nu Mr. \Vil>|«*>
li'llen. In the elicit thul Mr. Watt ''"'
n.'l nwii 11 t'S'l ul pruperiy iu Hie iltj
uf .Nortli Vancouver, imr was lie a re«l-
.l.-iil nml miiilit never l*e. Mr. M.'rl"ii
nl-.. entiiiml Mr, Humun's nuiteiiiiufei
ni ntuiil 1,, ll*,* pri, f Uuisilale tur*
Iin*. tiliiili Mr. limit uu was eiiiplmlit
,11  -luiiiii;  was  far  iu M "I  lluur
■rth. Mr. Mnnlcn euiiteiiire.1 Hint the
rntcpii.ten. voaU nt'ter lu* eulleil  npui
hear nny liieren»e in lajntiun remilt-
.inl  11 "in llie lerrt iiwiier-liip.
Al.lennau W. J. Irwin, retleweil III"
.laleilli'lils   ,,(   Mr    M'llilen   as   In   ifie
mean* "i h,» Nnpan* ttt nnmlal
iiiiii lliis ttiiul,I mean 111 pet ,nil uu III
it link.' plll'lia-i' prire l'l.*|H-**e,| t,, li" p|li|
I')* III" .il), ur ll wnllhl pa, illlcre.1 llul
-iukill*' fluid llllll still liace ■ lllll lain.
Mr.   Irtllll   lll-i.  tlli'lllht   il   ttnlllil   I.e   lli'l
"idi  11  pi'pul.it  I'liild'T.  Imt  a  .muni
 I.la-I a ill I     rlilerprise   mid   llie     mii.e-
-1 n.-ial illil"i.",| , il* llhltii'll nf luiiiii') llllll
a I.llll.llllll    Hulk    lllll    -U'lllil   I'll-ll"       lie
, ,,m hi,ted )>) ei'iiLTUtiilaliuK (lie nil"*
pnti'l. un Ihelr eliuiue in liiilollllthill.
Inr lhe fern c"iiuui»-i..ii Mr, ltiill"iir
Kerr nml nther. .pnko al.tiiB ilm -inu'
lines in mippnrt »r lhe punhnse.
WARNING
piUNTB    AKK    WARNED   To
* caution their children uf the duiiyer
and ol damage done in puitiii*.' bonMni
•ml all kinds ol garbage in the channel
protided lliriiii|tliiiiil the city lur carry*
uu' awny rurface water.
The hs,lish uiiHereanti are now ladnn
alaa.f;, n.it, I,,,I by the pnlne. and anv
one fi .unit phicini! oliHlach'H in either of
the \\ uter I'lianiii'is will he pniMruleil.
LIST YOUR
PROPERTY
WITH D8 KR
QUICK ALE
A. SMITH & CO.
JUNCTION   BLOCK
NOW If VANCOUVER.
Hi
The iinderiignod li prepared lu do all
all kind! of Harden Work, including
laying out ground*, pruning and ipray-
lug orchari, ami budding and grading
Iruil Ire*..
Itk'HARD ONU,
Cor. St. lieorge'i Ave. and Tenth St.
Nortli Vancouver.
WOOD TO BURN
Snd in your ordera .low lor Pry
lircen-rutClear Kir.
Stove length., per cord, delivered .tfl.00
lurdwiHsl, length*, delivered  M*1H
NO. I SHINGI ES
In Ht.iek.   Imniediale tleliverjf.
Ow.aM SI. an.l Unadale Aie.
5^1/eave orderi at Waldmn'i hard'
ware ilore.
8M0KI —n
TERMINUS CIGAR
CLEARI HAVANA FILLED
ADVERTISE
IN THI
EXPRESS

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