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VOLUME 9
NORTH   VANCOUVER, B. C., FRIDAY,  FEBRUARY 11, 1910.
NUMBER 2,J
Council Meet Gas Co. Promoters
The lull eouneil with Mayor
May presiding, was in speeial
session Wednesday evening, in
coufurenee with Messrs. .1. lias-
lie, Springling, and J, L. Stain-
lord, engineer, respecting the B.
C. Gas Construction Syndicate.
As per a request made, at the
council meeting Monday evening
thc representatives had with
them a dralt copy ol an agree
nn nt, setting lorth the proposal! ol iheir concern. This draft
lorm was as stated an exact
copy of the New Westminster
gas act.
Thc first question which came
up wa.s as to what position the
uly was in with the Thomas
Gas Co., which was before the
council some months ago on a
similar errand. Tha expression
ol opinion seemed to bc that the
council was in no manner bound
down to Mr. Thomas and that
his rights, if any, had long expired. Aid. Smith pointed out
that according tu the Inlaw
passed on the Nth Aprw last,the
company agreed to commence
construction within six months
and as nothing tangible had
been forthcoming to date, the
to bra was consequently of no
eiicct. It was slated also that
before the expiration ol the time
limit given in the by-law, Mr
Thomas' company had again
come lorward with another proposition, a request for an exclusive franchise.
Aid. Smith opened the disuis*
sion with the gentlemen present
with the question in reference to
the capilili/ation ol the proposed new company, and as to their
stability. Mr. Stamford, who
was the principle spokesman for
the syndicate, gave the assurance that the syndicate had all
lhe capital liny needed, and in
fact Mr. Hastie made the statement that it was not the. intention of his company to oiler am
stock lor sale. Mr. Stamford
thought the company would be
capitalized at Irom $75,000 to
$100,000.
Alt. St.unlord ill speaking mi
behtll ol the proposed coinpain
said that he thought the cilv
was getting a good thing li\
having tlie gas company instal
here, while the works were going up and the mains being lain
11 would mean the employment
ol a large number ol men, aud
even altel imisliuclion Ml
completed, maintenance would
roquire quite a lorce right along
In lieu oi this the citj was just
allowing them lo lay their
this work would be under the
mains under the streets, ami
supervision of thc city engineei,
who would mc that the streets
were left in as good a condition
as found.
Aid. McNeish movix! the reading ol the draft agreement,
danse by clause, thc importanl
Natures ol which lieing the time
"I lonstruition ami lln rales to
bu charged.
W ith reli iiiui In a niisliiiitiun
11 was agreed to commence mi
the plant within 90 days   Irom
the passiug of the by-law, and
to have the works complete and
iu working order within nine
mouths.
Installation ol services 111 the
houses or buildings was governed to a greal extent by competition, stated Mr. Stamionl, and
although the agreement provided that the company may imi
charge in nxcess ol S15 lor any
one connection hnd melcr,ii was
generally the rule wilh competing companies to instal iree.
Kor connections required more
than 50 feut Irom any main, il
was provided that lhe company
Charge at the rate oi M lor each
loot exceeding that distance.
The company agreed lo supply
the city whenever needed with
street lights  ol   not  less   lhan
i too c.p., at lhe rate ol $3   per
! month each.
! Considerable time was spent
in tixing the rates lo be charged
consumers. The council lelt
that litis was a most important
point, and should the control ol
thu com pany pass al any lime
inlo other hands, it might   not
'be so easy to arrive at a silml-
juic ol rates as at the present
time. Il was linally agreed
that the rat* for lighting sliould
lie $t.s}0 Pl'r looo leet, and lm
olher purposes $2 per 1000 leel
until the population ot the citj
reached 12,000, when the rales
would bc reduced tu S: and >i -
,S'i respectively, or at .1 par with
the minimum rate charged il
am ul the adjoining muuicipali-
Ucs, ami lading an agreement
in this 111.iniiei, that it should
bl submitted to allnii.iliuli.
Tlic eoiiipaiix also agreed  to
exempt the cily Irom all responsibility in connection with any
damages or loss causi-d by the
company.
The right ol purchase ol tin
company by lhc cily, hi preference to ulliels, was tuiaUouslv
insisted upon bj lhe Aldermen.
The council wished to In 111 a
posilion lo control the siltiatimi
as it wele, alld save the citv
Irom al it* lime being the i i>
lim ol a moiiopoK. lhe clam
was liualK lixed to the mutual
satlslactlon ol Iwlh palllis, as
lollows: Il Uie uiinpaii- should
wish lo dispose ol llieir interests within 15 years, the cily
should have the lirsl right ol
purchase at an arbitrated priu,
the company to retain the righl
ol   rejecting   smh   arbitration
price, alld reluse- In sell.     Aller
the IJ wars had expired it was
agiivd lhat lhe utv could   pill
MM al am   tune at   an   alia
tratcd price.
The  iiiiiipaiix   lurther   agreed
thai belore settling on am site,
it would lirst submit the loci
tion to the council lor then If
pravaL
The dralt agreement 111 its
amended form was then relcmil
lo a committee computed   • > 1
Aldermen Irwin, Silmlt, ami
Smith, who will sulunii it  to
the utv siiliulm lm adjustment
It will then Ik nn in.I bach to
the council as a whole Int n.n
sldi'tation.
RUD08 MATTKKS
Hr, A I'hilip, C.M.C., return
nl limit Victoria on Thutsda-
morning, when- In   was in um
iiiinci with the government on
matters relating* to ilie Hurrard
Inlet Tunnel | Bridgi Co,
IL presented the petition ol
incorporation to the premier,
who gave hun lhe assurance
that he would assist this undertaking in every possible way,
and that it would Im- referred to
lhe exec-alive uninul with in
st ructions to deal with as earlv
as possible.
The petition was signed by the
siveral municipalities interested
and prayed that tlic govcn-meiil
givo suitable authori'v Ul the
municipalities to taki stock in
the bridge compan), and to
Ii.im the provincial promised
gia-ut of $250,000 placed on the
estimates.
Other matters ol local municipal interest were taken up bv
Mr. I'hilip wilh the government
while he was there.
IIKOKKKS    UBBT1NG
A meeting 1 ailed liil the purpose ol discussing tin nal is
tale situation in this un. ami
in levin means ni protecting
the getieial publii ,nnl the brokers, w is held in the rooms 1.1
the Ni ith Vancouver Clul 1 lasi
evening, b\ a number ol iln laa
ial rtalt] men. W J Dkl was
elected chairman.
Alter a general discussion the
unanimous lirling ol tin inu 1
mg was deilared in l.iu a nl
forming a real i-state brokers'
association. A committee of
live was chosen to go into the
matter carefully and to bring
ii'iniiiiiiiiiil.itioiis   to   mother
meeting to In called bv tin mm
uuilei, when it is the genual
opinion that an *iw» ial ion ol
this natiin will In* linnnil
Tho commute'' Humiliated lm
this  purpose   were W. .1. Dn 1
ihaiiiiian;   .1. .1. Woods,   Peru
King,  C. B. Lawson,  Geo.   J.
Phillippo and D. W. Elder.
ADVERTISING   COMMITTEE
Tho Joint Civic Advertising
Couiniittee met in the city hall
lasl evening, aiid presented tlieir
report lor the year iyoy.
ilk' piesldilll, C.eu. tt. McKae
was 111 tin. chair, and there was
a good attendance ol members
.nm utiu'iis present. The lion.
secretary, Mr. A. Philip, Ran
the report in lull and it was adopted on motion ol Aid. McNeish and SchulU. Mr. Schult/.
on seconding lhe motion, complimented the committee on the
year's work.
Tho reporl was as follows:
since tlu- organisation of the
Committee in March last, the
committal has had ih meetings
besides lhe work done by subcommittees.
lhc total lund at disposal,
was f 1,93a contributed, J500 by
the uty council, $500 by thc
districi council, >ioo irom the
ll. C. EL Ry. Co., $200 Irom
the lerry board and Jibjo Irom
privati subscribers.
A variety ol suggestions were
considered as to the best form
ot advertising to adopt, with
lhe result thai lhc, lollowing
weie adopted, vii:
1. A folder was prepared
shew ing a map ol the ctl\, dis-
tiul and harbor on the one side
ami giving viewi and descriptive
mailer on the oilier side. 01
lhe lirsl edition 25,000 were issued and circulated in all directions, several thousands living
sun tn ihe Seattle Exhibition,
and to the Emigration Agenda
in Loudon, England. A see mul
edition was 1.illed lor, aliil alter
1.iiiiiii nusinii lti,ooo copies ol
it wele issued. These had DCM
iiiinui lo lie ol great value b\
leal estate agelils and investors
and they have been freely used
Advertising 111 the Vancouver papers was carried on
during thc tourist .season bj
hall-page advertisements, and
these were lound ol greal value.
Circulation waa wis also of a
large number ol copies oi Uh
lixpress containing advertisements.
3. A luiniliri ol collections ol
photograph views were prepared
and pul 111 large picture. Iraiues
lm exhibition in the Vaamavet
lintels aiid J3 ol these have been
pul oul.
|. Spam was engaged lol' an
advertising Card to lie placed in
all the cats in and around Van-
iniiver, aiiil tins has sum Uui
ix 1 uidcd lo include all the tars
11 the uties ol Seattle and la-
coma.
llu committee has had lhe
lu .it 1 \ in opi 1 ation ol the mui-
ta(J nl tin Vancouver Tourist
Association alld other Iriends,
alld they believe llial the Ihiic-
hls Irom their labors and oul-
laj have bean very targe.
Ticasiiiu Irwin in making his
report ipoki d the gnat mm*
Ills he thought had U-eli duiuil
iroiii the campaign ol utvertii
Illg entered upon lasl \c,il, ami
I was lus opilliol thai lhc sain,
si liuin should be again adopted
lm this uaT.
Aid. Silnili/, chairman nl Um
niiiiaiiiinent committee., again
advanced Um claim thai the un
slinllld hnld baud uiiueris 111 11
luring lhe MMM seasmi, as
advocated l>\ lum Lisi war.but
iliuli wen   mil  posslbh   mi  11 -
owl oi lack ni funds
Aid. l-'nwlei and Aid. BchttlU
in in nm accord on the que*
011 ol taking steps toward tlie
,aiiiiUing of the streits, p.ot-s
and boulevards.
Mr. Mikat, chairman oi the
finance committee, reported very
briellv stating thai his committee had kept a close tab mi lhe
use strings nl the Itcasiir-
The meeting was adjoin iiui in
ilie call nl llu  chair, when   tlu
lu 11.ni    nl    nlliuis    Wlll    lake
place.
A du.nlul statement oi   «
1 mints will appeal   next week.
Mr. Aiiicii  Brown, .1
arrival (rom the east, has I.'1-'"
ah nu- on 3rd streei,    ii'.ir
Mahon avenue.
Widening of First St.
The special meeting oi the
|ist slreet property owners and
[the city council held lasl evening in the city hall, for the purpose of considering 'he advisability oi widening lit street
east to 100 feet the same as it
is on the west side, resulted, on
motion of J. R. J. Murray, seconded by M. S. McDow II, n a
decision to leave the .infer in
abeyance for the present.
Acting Mayor McKae \.as m
the chair and after inti educing
Uie object oi the meeting, -ailed
upon Mr. Buchan, who was present in the interests of thi Bank
oi Hamilton, who originalh ,,
he explained, owned ioo feet
square at the corner of 1st
street and Lonsdale, ave. The
speaker said he was opposed to
the widening ol the street, one
reason being that he thought Vo
feet was wide enough, and tlie
other was that the bank had
sold 62'j leet next to the co'ner
to a person who had agreed to
put up a suitable building foi
them. He explained then that
the. bank had only 37], feet lelt,
and ii 20 feet was to bc laken
oil lor the widening of the itreet
it only left the bank with 17'-.
leet, which was useless to lh m
for a hank building.
Among other property OVMN
ou that street who were present and spoke, were Mr. M. S.
McDowell, Mr. J. R. J. Murray
and Mr. Cooper. It was thc
consensus of opinion of these
speakers tliat taking 20 feet ofl
the south side only, and at tlieir
expense was not equitable, and
ihey therefore could not support
the proposition.
Some of thc aldermen >lio
spoke, said that they had u. Jl
given to understand by some oi
the isl street owners that as the
Bank of Hamilton was iltotit
to build a line structure at tin.
corner, and was asking the citv
for .', , airmanent grade for .his
purpose, it was an oppoituvc
lime to widen thc street, if such
was ever the intention.
Considerable discussion was
entered into with relerence to
the widening without work>;n*
too much of a hardship on the
south side owners, but this serv
ed no purpose, as shown by the
passage ol the motion lo Jr )f
the matter.
Local and  Personal   News   Items
Elder Murray Co. lire insurance
Work on the excavation is
now under way, lor the erection
of 1 building containing a stoie
on thc groi-nd lloor and livii,,
apartments ou the fir? * floor,on
1st street east oi St. Andrew's.
A lecture and <L.-.-ussion will
take place in thc Horticultural
ball, m February 23rd, at 8,jo
t 111.     Subject:   "Pruning   and
spraying ol fruit trees."
B. C. TELEPHONE CO.
Thc recently purchased property of the B. C. Telephone
Company on nth i.treet, about
one-half block east of L' n-.i, Le
avenue, will by reason oi the
rapid growth of the company's
business in this ciiy < i.riTig the
past year, be utilized immediately by a new "central" olhce.
The company have b-en making a lot of extensions during
the last lew months, and they
ci rn tei 11 pi. it- that their iucrea
iug business will tuccssiute
nuch more development wurk in
ihe near luture, consequently tin-
step proposed is thought advisable on account ol thc lack oi
.-.ccommodation which they arc
already laboring with in the
piesent quarters in the Junction
block. Thc new structure will
be of a temporary nature for
tl e present, b'*t it will allow
theni tr become established on
the new .md perm, 'lent location
so that any new work in thc future will 'ot ha'>; to be tra-ns-
lerred. .t is the intcnti n ol
the company, however, to erect
a permanent brick structure-
late: ni.. the plans of which arc
sai,    tu  be  under   advisement
.10W.
NEW   CHURCH
BditOI Express.
Sir,-May I ask that the following letter, as a matter o'.
public interest bc given kn> tl.e
public through your columiis.
New Anglican Church to ae
erected on 12th street, near A\
Boulevard.
A new Church of Kngland 1 r*
ish called "St. Agnes," coi v -
ing oi thai part of the city A
Nortli Vancouver east ol Sl.Andrew s and St. David's aVM 9,
has been lormed, and a meetiug
il members ol thc new pari.-di
was held ou February isl, wfcau
a church committee was elected
ami collectors appointed to
raise the necessary lunc'.s 10
cover the lirst payments on l«*ls
One public spirited limn, « I .■
has laith in thc early rapid d-**-
vi-lopnient of lhat section of 'he
city, is advancing suffici'at
funds to put up a suitable .. 'id-
ing. All that remains to *r
range lor is the raising ul a
sulhcicflt sum to make I
necessarv lirst payments on '.he
lots, which we hope to have in
a short time, as doubtless i*i**-st
owners ol property in that section would feel the church wuuld
be a valuable asset, and Wl i" •■
ask their co-operation to make
it a fact. Tho bridge to lie b
gun this war, will bring t'n-
boulevard section to its ow
and in live vears there will Bo
doubt Im- 15,000 people In thul v We ask thc support o*
all interested in the development of the east side of the
lown.
Contributions may be given li
thc collectors or checks senl !>-
Mr. II. W. Young, treasurer  oi
the church committee, 13U1
Boulevard, North Vancouver
With reasonable support,  w
NKW REALTY FIRM
Nortli Vancouver's R..il'y Ba-
laie fraternity has been incrcas-
e! by lhc addition to its ranks
oi th Sun Rea'iy Co., wiih ullices at 52 Lonsdale avenue The
new lirm are in line foi transactions connected wi'h ihe iciti
jwtatc brokerage bu.aiiiss. Tile
•jic-iibcrs ol the company are
Ub nia. .'. I. Gallagher. I. I.
Raima and R. C. McNeill, all
wel' known . nd promineut gentlemen
BUSINESS  i.0CAI,S
ftf-siti invited lor ploughing
anu gruimg 1 5-6 aires, corner
St. George and 13th street. Apply R. E. Macnaghten, Box utt
A cleared lot on 18th, near
Lonsdale. Fine view. J650
>.'5" cash.    4 years' terms.
Wanted.—Work hall days, no
wasi.»ng, good cool.- Apply K.,
Express office,
Wanted immedi.il.'-..--i'.nug
lady, lor position M q.i-r'"or.
.Apply British Columb.* Tele-
\\om Co., Ltd., 17 Uttt&lit
avenue.
Wanted -Oood gcncml M '
ant. Three in fa.ni!y. Mra
Rxve, 232 13th street west.
Fnr Sale.-Babv carriage,   in
,, . 1 condition.   Apply M , I->
I nr •**.. oflice.
Notice-To real est.te agents
Lots 15 and li. block 131, D.L.
174t are withdrawn Iro-u ihe
market.    Alice James, ovrrf.
Wantod. - Teacher ol m J"
Apply North Vancouver PUj 1
Store.
bolt on  141I1   near   Lonsdale,
1  OO.     f.Tlus.   Jack  l.outii
\\anted. —Tendeis t"t ili.un.
lnls 7 and H, block M, I) I
Apply to Peary  Bvn \ Co
l.nnsdalc avenue.
hope to have the chunh   Wa*
lor service soon alter Easter
Sincerely yours,
H. H. GILLIES
Vicar ol St. Agnes
Jack Loutet and N. Lonsdale
Mr. P. Kearly has removed
from 1st street and has laken a
suite of rooms in the kctth
block.
Va H. Pack ol Vancouver has
removed to lliis city, and is occupying a suae oi rooms 111 the
Thompson block.
Mr. lv. Currie has moved iu
irom the distiict and has taken
a house on 22nd street, near
Lonsdale avenue.
Mr. H. J. Robinson has removed Irom 1st street to 2nd
street, and is occupying the
house lately vacated by Thos.
Heard.
A 50ft lot on 2nd, J1300. Two
years' terms.   Jack Loutet.
The regular meeting of the
ierry directors which was to
have boen held Thursday alternoon, was postponed until Saturday evening at S p.m.
	
The next regular meeting ol
'the North Vancouver Aiunii*.
Association will be held next
Wednesday evening at 8 p.m.,
in the club room over lhe t\u-
come Parlor. The business oi
tlie meeting will be the amy.
ing ol by-laws, election 01 on-c-
ers, and other matters incideui-
al to organisation under the
benevolent societies' act.
, A dance will be held under the
auspices ol thc Sl. Andrew's &
Ciledouiaii Souct), on Friday,
1Mb insl., in Horticultural hall
All munis cordially invited.
Double ticket >i. They intend
kins lo be a happy evening lor
the ladies whu assisted so kind
ly al the haggis supper.
1 Mr. Jas. Dawson, lium Nelson
B.C., has rumoved 10 this ut),
and has laken a residence uu
2nd street. Mr. iiawsuu iUaei.iis
to make North Vancouver nia
home, and will shortly commence the eiiiiion ol a house on
some property he haa acquired
here.
Messrs. Barker, Stewart aud
Thompson have this weeh purchased block 40, D. L. 2022, 2;
acres Irom Mr. A. E. Waghorne
*,. aghorne is having a house
erected on Koss roau, jus. south
irom Centre road, by lci.Lc*.
bros., on iwo lues rtceuUj ».ru-
cured Irom Mr. 1-routine.
1 Miss Ada Mordt-n was the
nostess at a very pleasant par.)
given at her home on 2nd Meet
IWediiesda) evening. Music .nd
'games were the amusemeuis en
joyed. Amongst those piivu.
were: Miss Margaret lluriu,
Miss Edna Hay, Miss D. Tuck,
Mr. Forrest, Mr. Paine, Mi.
Cbtu Wheeler and Mr. W. Burn*
I Word has been received by Sir
Percy King that Mr and Mra.
Evea, who lelt some tiuvt i,-o
•ui i>?land, crnved salely al
Liverpool un January 25th, and
■n'enu taking in the principal
cities on the way to London.
They also intend taking a '..p
through the Riviera and po*»th-
Iv later through Ireland on ihe
. av borne.
The dance given last Wednesday evening in the Ilortictiltur-
II hall, under the auspices of
the newly organi/ed ladies lus-
'.it ball dub, was a viry suc-
ussiul allair in ivuv pajtklllai
The   proceeds,   whuh are to go
a|, the puiili.ii a.l 1 quip
meui lor the team, amounted lo
«bout J75.
Beginning yeitafdai morning,
i':i, sl.ir M 'la local lelcphmn
oflice was iiiui.isfd to three, by
thi addilion nl .mother girl op-
r, Tins is iignilirant In
• that the city is paining
out ol its inlamv, and Us last
increasing population demand
up-to-date methods. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B.
. 1,-ll-slia*- I  l*. ■<"**"''
North Vancouver Phone 84
It. C. Mai'Noill
City Phone 5701
The Sun Realty Co.
ilVIIll
taken offlow il 52 Lonsdale Ave.,
addresses itself to property owuers lo North
Vanoouver and requests to be favored at as
earl) a moment ai possible, with a list of
their property tor Mile, either at the above
a, la Ins.- or al their city office, No. 808, Loo
Block. With tlo' facilities at their disposition mnl by itriol attention to euatomere1
business they feel assured thai they au
ihow such resultsaswill meril s oouUnuance
ot the favora whioh thej tm*-' trill emulate
Innil this ;i|i|ilicatioii*
ing
up.'
.instruction, hnve they gone
City Councii
il llii-
el I \
Ills
lhe regulal meeting
utv council wa* le Id in 'In un
hail last Moml.it a uiiinc.
Worship Uayoi Haj presided,
.nul there wu. | leseiii Aldermen
.McNeish, Irwin, Kowler, McRae,
Schulu. and Smith.
Proposals lor the establishment "I a gas plant in llii citj,
and quite a liugthx list ol correspondence were the |Hiucipli
items nl business uuilei
eral ton.
la .iei inun ihi provincial su.
relary, adviaing that Missis, b
D. bchulu and A. U. Steacj
had been appointed license com
ii.issioiiers lot North \ ancouvei
loi   I'l I.S,  and that   Messrs.  Wlll.
UcNeiah and C. ¥, -iaiksiiii bad
been  appointed  police  COUUIIU*
bow i -, received sad iiieti.
l luis. 1). Coldicutt, si'iii iai \
oi ihe Burnaby board ol trad •.,
wrote enclosing a resolution
which had Intu passed by lhat
board, heartily endorsing the
.uiiniis that had beea taken in
regard to the Second Nan >wi
bridge project
The Su 11 larj ol lhc S. V.
City Ferries Ltd., wrote in n
nn nee 10 a legal accoun| lol
itjtt, whuh bad been sent .o the
directors, iiii account »-u ii
connection with ihe m. iru ii i
Hon iit il.i company. ih, writ
11 advised thai the directors
uiiisiilcrcii that iln citj
tin  cxpilise,  and   should   tlic'c-
iore be responsible loi pa; uient;
reierred io thc fonts* commit*
tee.
City Chrk UcQneen, ' uncou-
ur, winti ilklusiii;;   i ill,u.   |.
solution willi i cu UK* a* making application to the Provincial Government to considei tht
•dvisabilitj *ii provincial owned
telephones.    Laid on the table
ior collsldil.il ion later.
t i Pagan, *t*>larj ol tin
aim tuberculosis soviet), wroti
saking im a contril ution "I S30
per 1000 capital, in aid oi Un
society. IU stated that during
tlm pasi year 9; patients had
beea iii .it. . .1 ilnn I, mporai j
quarters, iht new institution,
which was proponed, would ,,i-
coliiinodale  I Jo patients   :. It 11
ed to in.ilth committee.
The Kcretarj ol the r B.C.U
wrote, loliciling ilie annual sub-
■criptioo oi >i" to the Munii ipal
Journal; ii li rred to tht hnana
. 'iiinuiiiii
I.iitu irmn \\. C. Crockei
calling ilu council's attentiou lo
tin bad stall ol 16th itreet, be
tweet l."ii idah and Chesti rficld
avenii, - IM. nul 1.1 tin hoard
nl works.
C, t, l-oii in.in a inii, ii qui si
ing tin op. ning  up  ol  Sogers
the
on
lu
the
BVe., liom Isl slleet to Ills pit
perlyi I'ii nul lo lhe lm,ilil 1
woiks.
I.etiei [rou w. Seal, (or
construi tion ol 1 sidewalk
1 1I1 slieel, Irom Lonidale
Ktdgwaj ave.j relerred to
board ol works.
C, II, Kiiisnii wiuie, asking
[or a sidewalk mi the north side
ui 15th itreet east [rom St.An
iIhw's ave., to Ins properly; reft . red tu hoard ol works.
A petition irom residents on
nib stint, referring io thc un-
coniid   imislieil siaii ol that itreet snd
I adviaing  lhat  11  nothing  was
done, steps would be taken   to
recover   irom   the  city   llu   a
mount ni local improvement
laxea which had been collected
ij iln cily; referred to board ol
W litis.
.1. K11kl.mil, caretaker ol thc
a, iiei works mi,ike, anil W. C,
Gribble, caretaker of No. 1 lire-
hall, each wrote asking lor all
iik 1 ease in salary. Their re-
quests wue referred to the wall 1 works and lire and light com-
initiees respectively.
I-.   A   Inland submitted a let"
ur iu  regard  to ornamental
siieei lighting, lt was referred
in ilu light committee.
A petition was received signed
b\ u>n residents for a street
light at tin corner of Bewickc
ave. and 15th street; relerred lo
the light committos.
Missis. Seiiklu \ Spinks submitted as thei] opinion ihat
then was im legal point Involved wiih regard to the city allowing tin B, C. Bl. Ry. Co. to
lower the waiii main al Hail
nigs uuk, as (rn their proposal
ol renin date, iilinrcd to the
linaiiie uilllinittec.
The auditor'-, statement
the year 1909 was referred
the finance committee,
Mr. Jas. Haalie and Mr.
1. Stamford, cngim er, were preient, ami a^kiai [01 a consideration ol tlnii proposals to install
a gas plant 111 this city. Mr.
Hastie, npn ting the B. C.
t'.as Construct! a Syndicate, in-
lloiluced lhe lubject, alld introduced Iir, Stamford, iheir cngim.1. Mr. Stamford, who has
had .1 large experience in  this
kind 01 wolk, having   installed
s-stuns in Vancoaver, Westmin-
slu,  \aiiaiino and Other titles
111 I'., I    and llu  Iiiilul
saltl  lhat  ll  'he   COUOCJ
His Worship    Apparently.
Aid. Smith W hat do you propose to capitalize* at?
Mr. vStamiord l-'rom 575,00,.
to Mi'0,000.
Aid. lrwm Do you wanl an
exilusive franchise?
Mr. Stainioid Vou cannot
give it to us oilier than to give
permission to laj mains on the
streets.
Aid. Irwin Would you be
willing to give a guarantee to
start work within a stipulated
period.'    Yes, sir.
Aid. McNeish then moved thai
lhc council hold a special meeting Tueiday evening ami invite
iln gentlemen to be present,  lt
was seuiliilcd alld passed.
A plan ol the northerly portion oi D. 1,. tut) was lubmitted
.uui referred to the engineer to
report ou.
A plan ol block <S.|, I). 1,. 544,
was passed.
The lire and   lighl  committee
■ubmitted an account lor $594.-
50, which was passed.
Thc board ol works recommended thai the health committee take into consideration lhe
procuring of sonic suitable place
lo dump garbage, and also thai
a phone be put iu the engineei .-.
I ollice; the report passed.
Thc linance committee recommended the follow iug increases
in salaries: City clerk Si 10,
'ciiy treasurer fioo, stenographer Sho, and auditor ,\lo per
mouth, lt was further recommended thai the clearing and
grading oi lhe school site in U.
L. 273 be relerred to the ciigineci
to report oil. It was agreed
llial belore anv action should be
laken on any of the oiher extraordinary expenses ol the school
boaird, ihal particulars lie asked
lor Willi rcle-reuce lo the high
school, also the two additional
rooms (or the Chesterlield ave.
school, and tlic school for D. 1,.
273. Filially, that tho cily
treasurer Ix- authorised to lake
steps lor a tax sale; tlie report
was adopted on motion of Aid
Irwin and Schult/..
The public accidents inquiry
committee recomiiiciidid that in
case of an accident, the chiel of
police lake ihargc nnd prevent
Uty thing from being removed
until authorised by the council
The reporl also noted lhe Ire-
qiient interruption which had
taken place in the electric ligln
ing and lhe car service of late,
the report passed on motion oi
Altl. Irwin and Schult/.
Thc water couiniittee recommended that the watermain on
lint Street be extended lo a
point opposite tho Japanesi tea
airdens, and that a hydrant be
placed iie.ir Uie gardens. Also
that the water main bc extend.
ed on K-«ith road from Ridgway
to Moody avenue; adopted.
Aid. MeNcish reported that
the services ol a landscape gardener to inaki a plan of Victoria park as proposed, would mst
ftp. On motion of Alderman
Irwin and Schult/, the report
was adopted.
Aid. howler reported that thc
tl. Ca Iv R. Co. was figuring on
the cost ol duster lights.
Aid. Irwin's motion that the
telephone   at   the   Intake,   be
S1.1l.es,  1 hanged   Irom   the   old   to   thc
woiilil j new house was passed.
Aid. McKae moved that all
__^^^^_^>^^^^^^^^_^_ oiincil,
.in woiilil im In. relerred directly to the 1 omit >■ .li  into aImittee elected; passed.
is   the    Aid. Schult/. had nothin
Our 50ft. Lots
In D.L. 2008 are cheaper than Lynn Valley Acn-uge.    duly
$130 each
Cash $25and $10 monthly
Martinson & Co.
RF..II. HS'TATF. HROKERS
NORTH VANCOUVER, B.C.
Tiimic /-,-. P.O. Bis fi
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The
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f'Hiltrt, ,'fff. fffftablM iiiiiI fruit.
S. fLOYD,
lol First Btreet, Weat
11
GROCERS
PROVISIONS
BOOJS aNd shoes
gents* NrNisHiNcs
Our aim is to give satisfaction
to our customers.
Oui ih liun got - t" all pails ul
ihr Cltjf,     ll um li.ive nn ti ll
phone leave youi ninn ami
our delivery mil call.
PEABODY'8
BAILROAD
KING
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Tin' nlllv lli'lllllfl'i'llllt-r
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Cum\ Clothing,       Purniihingt,
Children's Hunts an<
NEXT TO BURNS' MKAT MAKKKT
Mi m'l,
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DODDS £-
TYSON
Telephone (i
Cor. 8th St. and Lonsdale
M.iiiil.iliirin.l
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Pietiin I rainiiiL-.       Kuriiiuin- Morige.
173 THIRD STREF.T, W.
t\ Ml OIOISI Kivfii I'miiii'! .iii'iiiii.n
FAIRVIEW ESQL1MALI GREENHOUSES
1 1111..1 .1
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CIT FLOWERS
in tmMi iii lo-rat prion,     tun n- a trial inr
FUNERAL DESIGNS OR
WEDDING   BOUQUETS
607 11 ti>lings St., W. Vancouver, R.C
grant lluni .1 ir.niihise lu i-iistul   ^^^^^^^^^^^^
,1 plant and lay mains  on  the I communications to the
slru Is, tile S\ llill
lindi.iii I    lurni 	
compaaj  i" be known   .is   tin Aid. Schult/. had  nothing  ol
Korth Vaacoavei Gas Co .  and importance to report in connec-
'.in   construction    within   a tion with the  widening ol   1st
(ivan time. Street.     His Worship said llial
Ajd     \li\udi     What   is   mil he iin.lerstood   Irolll   sever.il    uf
position    ttiili    the   other   gasI   ■
>'ini|i.iii-   ih.it  tt.is iniiiili.plat I'oiitinuid 011 PsgS Nnu
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\        A ftW LOTS LEfT AT TIIE        j
! OLD PRICES I
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. an iicalUal proit to bt* Md< m ioj ol thi propertln Wm, nun«
tin* ia«.| twelve moBthl
nl which lnvi- been will I rliirini!
, kg, D.L 173,  Doable Corner, fuh snd RM|wsjf, 1001137, taeiaf s outl
0    One third caih and thi I ice is ft, is, ll sad 14 months
,„ ,sii, mi., 1, 19th Street md Sutherland Aveaue,    Actually adjoining the
Boulevard loti    M500 each    Same term BS shoe*
Great Sale
of
Wallpaper
Prices cut in half
to make room (01
new stork.
Cases Eatly and
get (nst choice.
HOUM Painting,     (dazing,
Papei Hanging, Kalsomining
Decorating, etc.
YES,
Tis true we are
selling very cheap
F
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Our Cash-raising \\
SALE
Is nOV ill fllll sWi.llL'
Mm
I*, ,, Keith Roid, oni
link
imm the liuiilrt.il I
11 ,iml 18 mouth
(800 each.     Hall cash, balaace ia 6,
Kni: GOOD Bl l"1^ 1 ts. TERMS III
JACK LOUTET
213 LONSDALE AVENUE
Bet. 2nd and 3rd Streets
Telephone! 4", S7 end Llll     * 11  luvtraW
Vis, wi* are going to move i" more
oomtnodious quarters.
From 10 to 20 per cent, cash
discount on all goods this month
in ■■ »
54  and  36   LonidaU Art.
All new houses should be piped-for gas in order to save the
heavy expenditure tor this convenience at a later date.
N. V. LIGHT, HEAT &
POWER CO., LIMITED,
Lonsdale Ave.
Garden. Field &FF|\&
and Flower   ^LL"^
New crop nuw arriving from our growers in
England, FrSBCe, Holland, Canada and the United
Stales. All tested as to vitality aiid purity on
arrival. The best is good enough for our customers
Catalogue free.
Hiisimss will be continued at our old stand until Mn\. Aller that in new location, which will be
announced later.
Address:
3010 Westminster Road
Vancouver, B. C.
M. J. HENRY, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
BANK OF HAMILTON
Total assets of over thirty million
dollars are entrusted to the custody
oi the Bank of Hamilton.
Your Savings Account Solicited.
C. G. HEAVEN, Age-tit
NORTH   VANCOUVER, 13. C,
any work in tlieir line. The
company intend to instal a 40
or fm h.p. motor to nm tin-
plant.
Wood for Sale
a    bhb)   Contracting,  Clearing,
En uvating, Grading, etc.
F. B. DAY,
Tin in* Sl 14th & Ridgwar
Have You Seen Them ?
It not, you really ought
to see
The "G" Brand
Grained   logs
ETHEL K. HaRDMAN
3 Km 11  linn k
THE PROVINCIAL HOUSE
On l-'rida\ last the lullm-nic,
petitions   were   pieselited   [roin
.1. C, Keith and others, entitled
"An act to incorporate the
Hritish Columbia and Alaska
Kailway Coinpanv" (No. ia);
and from the Howe Sound Petn-
bc-rton Valley Kailway Coinpanv, entitled "An act to Incorporate the Hritish Columbia
and Alaskan Kailway Company
(No. lb.J
Hon. Mr. Bowser moved the
second reading ol the Assessment act 1411,1. The bill pro-
puses lo reduce the taxes mi
real and personal property truni
3-5 to 1-2 of 1 per tent. A lurther reduction is made in the
case ol a curtain class ol fanners, wlm will have the benefit oi
,111 ixeinptliili lium lax.iliirn un
their properly up to Jlooo, as
against $500 iortnc-rly.
Iu regard to banks, it is proposed to charge everv head bank
in the province a flat rate ol
Siuim, .md every branch in the
province J125.
I uiisiili.i.iiinn wa.s made in
the case ol the sill'laee taxes on
mineral claims. H"ii Mr Bowser staled that ill the case ul the
E .Nr N railway bull, llu- owners ihere were ulillg-il tu get
oul a lici-iisc Irolll lhe government whenever thev eostettplat-
ed working their claims, and
iiiiiMipientlv  ihev   wiro   uuilei
toiitinueil oil Page Eight
K1NAWAV   ACCIDENT
As a remit oi a runaway on
Wednesday morning, Aliss Kosr
Keid ol Vancouver and Master
Holland, sou ol Harry Holland
ol l.ynn Vallev, are sullering
liom a severe shaking up, lu--
sides a nasty cut on the chin received by lhe boy when the rig
upset.
Miss Reid has been lhe guesl
ol Mr. Holland at his home 111
the valley lor some time past,
and she was on her way to the
N. V. lerry to return to Vancouver when the- horse which thev
weie driving became unman,iim
able and boiled down Lonidale
aveaue. Near the B. K. Milling
ollice it shied and the rig struck
a tdegrapll pole, throwing   the
'occupants heavily to tin* ground
Their injuries are thought nol
I to bc of a serious nature, other
[than the shaking up.
',   The Ladies' Aid rocietj ol Sl.
Andrew'i church, porpoee hold-
in-; a Valentine social iu the
church, on Monday evening next
An attractive program oi music
and games will bc iurnished. Refreshments will also be served.
J. H. BUSKINS
Cor. 3rd St. & Eonsdale
BnCMMOf to W. A. (iilwon
HORSESHOEING and
General Blacksmithing
S|„mil iiiliiiiiiui nivi'ii '" l»m>>
ud inl. Hiring barm, AIno car-
ri.i.'r mnl, nml Mnl slmr|ii*iiing.
All wurk guarunli'i'il. l'rnn|il
attc-niiiiii.   Give me a trial.
COAL
NEW WELLINGTON Coal
direct from tha rain*!.
Place your orderi now aid
a-tr-ur* your winUr'i aepply.
Large ahipmenti will arrive
in a tew daya. Pricea right,
targe lupply of WOOD
ilwaya on kand    ....
P.   LARSON
Hotel North Vancouver
Telephone No. a.
Board of Trade
North Vancouver Board ol
Trade meets the third Tuesday
of each month, at 8 o'clock p.
m., in the board room, City
Hall. Executive meets the firit
Tuesday of each month. W. J.
Irwin, president; J. G. Farmer,
secretary.
I or Boot and Shoe Repairing
and Custom Work   .   .   .
go to THOS. 0. MILLS
Pioneer Boot Ittaker
Lonsdale Ave., opp. City Hell
The McDmig.ill .lenkins Co.,
are rushing their new plant to
CompI^Mon    with    ill    possible
speed, in urder to be ill a position to handle orders iu the
spring.    The niachinerv is being
Installed now, and when complete will In- capable ol handling
NortH Vancouver
HOSPITA
laiNl'llTKII HV
Till'. MISSI'.S DAWSOS
(Vrtilleiiti'l Suruical, Mi-ilieal and
M.iiriniiv Nursea
Nurses Sent Out on Application
I'or  li-rniH  apply  at   the llimpital
for. IMIi sirni *V M mWtntPs Ave
PHONE  64
Buy at the
Welcome
Parlor
And Save Money
For Groceries
Dairy Produce
Vegetables
And Fruits
Best J. ct M. Coffees, fresh
roasted and ground, 3 lbs. $1
Indian and Ceylon Tea, 3 lb.
can $1
Alberta best creamery Butter,
3 lbs. $1.
Eating   Apples:   Northern
Spy and Gravonstein.
l'ears and   Oranges:   Plenty  on
hand at greatly reduced prices
Large assortment of Imported English Candies from 15c to 30c a lb.
Thick Felt-Lined, Wavm, Coay
and Dry. Men'i or Women's
The "li" Itranil Cloga art
known in almost every hamlet
ol the UUI Country.
ill. Ill-III IS .il    I 1 ■!•'■ I HI** 11 M a -
Fanner. Rinchrri, Fruitgrower.,
Miiliitmiii. Iirlv.,., Frrryiiifii. Bull-
d«n,  llllll Llfl-.    l.llllllal'llllall .Hal    ill
iiuusal. "vorkuri ami then pral.«R.
Thl. 11 wli.l w«|at duly: "Rt-
wired C'liifi >»l.*ly. Tli. y are vury
vr.riu ami riunliiri.til... Sliiml.liil
like iuIhi kiiimiii Hi.i' In w.ntiT
Heve worn tlmm no* lor two ye.r>"
Ya.aira,   M. A. WALL
(Store, .ni'plii-il in ilo-i-n pair I11U)
AGENT
W. J. BARIRAM
Salt '-iia Ave., Weit.        Vancou* »r
A. E. I!10M4h
CAEPENTEK
KSTIMATKS (ilVKN
1; mi-airs promptly attended
P.O. Box llli Kei. 151 2ndn„f.
I. O. O  F.
North Vancouver Lodge, Nu.
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.
Limited
Laje DipLocKWRiHcT
Wish to inform their customers tliat they are erecting
11 dry-kiln and will be in a
position to supply
Kiln Dried
Lumber
of all kinds within two weeks
SEYMOIR LIMBER
CO., LTD.
r*H»eM
17th Street, North Vancouver
Telephone Ul
Free l>»livery
Builders and
Contractors
P. LARSON is  prepared to
supply
Lime, Brick,
band, Cement
And sll kinds of Building
Materisl in quantities to suit
and at reasonable prices.
—APPLY—
HOTEL NORTH VANCOUVER
TELEPHONE No. 1.
NKW   WESTMINSTER  LAND
DISTRICT
District of New Westminster
TAKE NOTICE that I, Angus
Alexander Crowston, of 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, thence
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
llth November, 1909.
15*25
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BAYVIEW,   On tbe Keith Road
Do you realize that there is a road (it for automobiles right through Bayview, and that this road connects the site of the
Incorporated Steel Car and Dry Docks Company's works with the Second Narrows and North Vancouver. And, do
you realize the significance of the action being taken by the united councils of North Vancouver, Vancouver, Point Grey
and Burnaby to force the V. \V. & Y. Ry. to commence building the Second Narrows Bridge at once? If you do,
you see the value of the investment we are ofiering you in Bayview lots.
Prices run from
$250
to
$300
Terms:   $50 cash and
$10 monthly
Our launch leaves every tine day at 1.30. Call at our office and join the
party.   The trip is free, and you are under no obligation whatever to buy.
Wi- do nut ask ymi lo buy without seeing for yourself.
Only l few iiiinui'- walk from tin beach, with a lovely visw of the Inlet
and Vancouver. Southern slope, sheltered from the north and basking in
sunshine.
1 ".ast of the northern end of the proposed Second Narrows Bridge in D.L.
621, North Vancouver.
Bayview lots will command three times the price we ars asking when the
Imperial B(mI C»f and Pry Dock (aunpanv starts work.
Kvery lot is high and dry, has good soil and is free from rock.
Call at our ollice and get a descriptive ciroular antl maps.
SEE YOUR LOTS
BEFORE BUYING
We want to emphasize our
invitation to intending purchasers of property around
Vancouvsr to
Come and see
BAYVIEW
OPEN EVERY EVENING
MUNSON 6 CALHOUN
PHONE 5634 .| | J   UdM-llO*   StrCCt OPP. C.P.B. IIII0B4PMOIIICE
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opid, that ilu tit) and ilit
district "i Nortli \ attcont i sis
conatai tronted i - \   ths
probl :..*
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man municipal, judicial, coin-
im*iii..i  ii industrial, who* ai
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are not* preparing to unci again
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delayed until the search is completed, while in a illiei Case a
lull al.i', a.i valuable tune is
consumed and incidental and
unnecessary expenses are incurred, which in the aggregate assume large proportions.
Again, Burrard Inlet constitute! a pronounced line uf da-
markation between Vancouver
and North \ ancouver, and it is
i|iute iii accord «ith the natural
ordei ui things that i separate
ii mii* in respect to registration
ihould i« created on the north
and ii is further reason
in request tliat the city oi
-.ai ih \ .uu ouver in- constituted
lui unin, in ih, i-.nli establishing ui ,i land ami registn ill
a a i .ii h in. a reference ho statistics u ill serve tu support thu
Mm .nm in establish tin [act
that iln- liiiineiliaii- establishment "l smh all ulliie IS .i-iipl*,
justified in the volume oi imji-
lless llial Oilers.
in iln district oi Korth \ ancouvcr there arc approximately
30,1x10 parct Is ut 1.ne! lor transfer, 111 \iliiili tlii'ie ale pi'Obal 1\
s. people interested, while iu
tin city iinie arc in lhe neighborhood oi fiiiiiu parcela, in
niinii about woo persons an
interested. These 1 gutcji ate i'l
themselves sufficiently imposing
io vindicate the rign ' u claim
ui ihe imnli shori* in ,: registry
ollice, Inu the further (act
Iiuiiii! In* given Ine i.n-ulii..
nun, namely, lhat vlIi respect
tu ilu district more particularly , because oi its much largi 1
area, bul likewise with respect
to the cit) in dm- 1 roportion,
lluse p.iinis are being wiy rapidly subdivided, an I ■ a wr)
short tune tin* numbers given
above, both as to painls and
.is iu owners, will bc multiplied
in,mv (old.
'i'iii- possibilities • >' ths situs
tiun in ilus regard »ill become
app.inin when it ;s considered
that tin cit) and lhe lisin.t
contain approximately 105,31.0
acres ul land.
With reliiiii.. -u lhe ,utie,l
liiiuiint oi liiisiiuss k'ing transacted al the pu ent time in the
\ ancouvm registr) nlliee, wl ch
.;;..malls solell irom .sorth
\ ancouvcr, exan 1   nlunu.ition is
llul Iilil.llll.lllll nil   an mini ol tin
i.ui th.it this business is not
summarised sepai iti Ij trota tht
olher portions ol ihi coMtitn
un 1 served b) that office; U is
1 n ihe most
* .mil,. ihal lor mam
months pail * butincM 'lone
would providi  sufficient  wort
lul  ., stall  nl ilm.       In \im   nl
the i;n at   uuri.i 1   ol   late   in
11.111 *ni s 111 iiiiilli shole, re.il-
t\, il  Ls i.iileiit  that  this 1M1-
111,iti    uitl.M   lie   111. um, ilK    in-
l-rmii 1 careful computation
llulll  lhe iill   alld llii  ills
iiiit records il appears thai tin
lies   liuin   Boltfa      i"!'    Han *■"
,1 al    ii* 11    iiiit    lis.s
lhan fihua |ui 11,miili, making
allowance then lore, bl ume.is
Mun in laml transient 11
1 • .uui isiiin.iii- that
lhe ins inun ,1 registry office m
tin- un   ui   Korth  Vancoovss
iiuiild nol   Ik'   liss   than   |lOOO
per month, and tlial s   Ul <d
 |ilu-.a,   iimilal in requii
ad.
I'lll    a    lllllllll.IIS   lll.ll    .III    ViiuWll
to obtain ui tin  Vancouver of-
.unl \iliiih have obtained
hi nun pasi, make it nrt
■hai iiu inter * "l tbs
I imlilii would .mil
1* 1 in;; thai niii" *f a pcn>
ita erori ()«ing lo a
lack ol aiioiiiui'" ivluili
I   ni. 1       ixp.lll*.,- slide,
• 11, at tin regi ,illiu is
nn  niiiih IhIiii [ng ne-
A     lloillllll   111 a     !*,       all
pusllnl  lur  Inn;'   |'i 1 11 Inn
-1 .it 1.in ' an 1 ii is
inrllui  ',11111 i'.n!   ili.u    In   rapa-
.l     llll     III  H      . 'Ill
.ll iii taxed  i"   iu   ttt-
lO     aillalllllll'llll ' pf I'
.I III   buaini "'in
VICTORIA PARK
Two fine modern houses on this, the choicest central
residential ipiurterof our growing city. P'nble frontage,
on the Park and St. George's Avenue. We wish you to
investigate lliis.    Price only
$8400  FOR THE BLOCK
ELDER MURRAY CO.
Tha   Sherwin-Williams   Pa ini 9   Covar   tha    Earth
r-i ; Nniiii Vancouver
Plinn*' Wi Vuoourer
Oflcfl liour^ H a.m, toSJB p.m.   opon Kvoninjfshy ftppalntmml
AittT tifflre hours, phone 1,11:;
/vv«/v«**^v»X"!*vv*!***,v,!**!**I**/,!»v <M^^^^^,WMWM»*,i*,«**I**t,*»*****e**»,*»***,*5*
THI LONSDALE PHARMACY
SELLS DRUGS AND MEDICINES
A T   VANCOUVER   PRICES    . . .
TRADE AT HOME
GIVE US A TRIAL ON YOUR
NEXT ORDER. RHONE 20
P. S. THOMAS, Tlmi. B
DRUGGIST
»% •!*%• •!♦•••*♦• *•**•**•••♦**•**#*••**•••*•*•• ••*'♦**•*••*•••*• V^VtvVVttVVt^^^'^^^^^^^
lor further expansion. The es-
tablishiii}; ut a branch ollice in
litis city wuuld therefore appear
tu he desirable or even inipera-
live, in order lo enable the department to siiccesslully cope
wiih the work.
The separation oi entries pertaining In lhe north shore Irom
those ul other sections within
the jurisdiction ol ths Vancouver olhce, presents no difficulty
whatever,   (nr  the  reason   that
in anticipation ui ■ departure
al  suine   lillle,   sneli as is llow
being sought, a separate set ol
registers has been kept lor north
shore documents, and ii would
be lieiessarv utile to transport
these books and llles ailo.ss liii
Iniil and lu place liuin 111 tin
Iocs! office, No additional labor or expense wuuld In niiii.
red, alld no interruption nl uiisi
aass or iiiiii 1 inconvenience need
In mvulvcH.
In view nl all the l.n Is, I    la
reasonable to hope that ilic
government will liud it feasible
to grant the reasonable request
ul the nil/ins alld the prop, 1 ,
iwmrs ol the north shore, and
lhat 111 the 111,11  inline a   local
registry office will bc sa sccotu-
plislud latt.
MORRISON'S
SIGN
WORKS
Keith Block     1st Street W.
Save your Piano by having
an Expert do your Tuning
T. BRADLEY-TAYLOR
260  Second   St., West
VV.-rk (iimriinti*i-al.     lirn-i .1 |io«tal 11ml
[•Dealt
Wallace
Shipyard i, Ltd.
SHIPBUILDERS.
ENGINEERS &
Boilermakers.    ,   .
Marine   and Stationary  Engine and Hoib-r Work promptly executed.
Telephone 103
North Vancouver
North Vancouver Woodyard
tuiiin   Second and Sl.  l'atrick's
v   11    Stove Wood
any length required
$2.75 per load
1' pi deliver] Ph its 190 P.O. Box 13b
CLOSING  OUT  PRICES
I
ll
limingiIi«|hi.iiIol mv nnr-.r   timok I« bl etesned nf l>v M»y,
I .un |.ri-|inri*.l tn nll.r -    a ul |iru-iI OS all mt liargnin*.
S|.\ niial Morbmal nl ORS \\IENTAI. TKKKS, seelleiaijd hack,
bavins bwn iroalns In,lllr V,-,li"l« tatptn, boa llie. np,
(ii„.„(ll,.. I...I .,.|.*ili..ii. ni i;u*-KS in lit'., in all thsttsdlas vari-
r\\i-. .niiail'li- Inr tin. Mill in      *-.H.r.'-.vi-ar hl.niiuiii|*-iw., :'.V imh,
f2nper nm, tlMpsr 10801 -    wanesmMprice.
HyMt FHU1T THIU in 1 ling virietle..     IM M f-0 fStt mt.
iu,ni«isii\iiK tkkks in in Omitts/ms,
Si-mi boecN Wl "(|dsntl III nil «i«t-» ami priCM, (rnni 1.1.00 p»r lim
)Vll.    Il|l
M. .J. HENRY
Office ami Packing Grounds
3010 Westmmst. r Road     Vancouver
GRANITEWARE
AND
■SM It might seem a trille, but one lias to be very jttM
a t-nrefiil   tinwiiihiv.s  in   tbe  selection   of a
JR. kitcben and cooking utensils. A.
W! All our culinary utilsils are of tbe very best ^n
jf mako and personally selected, ♦
4 We have just received a shipment of jt
English Graniteware ^
^ which we would like to show you
£)   Paine  & McMillan
A. The Pioneer Hardware
The    Sherwin-Williamt    Paintt    Coter   ihl    Earth
Close to WATERFRONT
Only a few lots lelt.    All cleared.
$275 and $325, ' 1 cash, bal. 6, 12 & 18 monthi.
These are money makers.
(wlL  C»»aa»     \ FINK IlOt'ltl.Kt'illtNKR -.'lilocln (rum
olXlll OireCl    L-mdalt.   »-.'450, oni-tliinl each, bal.BA
l'i montln.   A n-ail) good buy.
F«      ■   r. a   The cumins tiii.inn* street n( North Vancou-
llbl  OireCl v,-r    nni- Int Ihii tvii-k llttOU, une-tliir,l oa-h,
hai iiii: '.-    COM ill nnil have a talk with 11-
I have nni- or two good liii.iiien. |impoiitioni.
C. E. Lawson
Real Estate Specialist 15 l.unsdale Ave. 1'hone 70
SEE US FOR
SASH     DOORS     MOULDINGS     BRACKETS
VERANDAH POSTS,     ETC, ETC
BURRARD SASH & DOOR FACI0RV, foot of St. George
\\> nnlieit a trial bill N your 1 inler. munii m \arft.
PIONEER BAKERY
WAIKIR & III SUK, Proprietor*
BREAD CAKE
PASTRY
Try our XXX Brown Bread   Daily delivery to sll parti oleity
Pboaetaad J4
Stores: 71 Lonsdale Ave. Cor. Lonsdale & Alh St.
Advertisements in The Express
Bring Results
N. V. Horticultural Society
Engagements, season 1910
Jan 35th—Burn's Supper.   St. Andrews & Caledonian
Society
•-   jHth—Dance. Merry Widow Club
l-'eb. nth* Daace. Heny Widow Club
"   J5th—Dance. Merry Widow Club
Mar. 1 ith-Dance. Merry Widow Club
"   35th—Dance Merry Widow Club
Ortu C. F. JACKSON, Ijth Street,
ft. TYLER, rStvu Iai i|, THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. I.
an *************
UIIIMMMMt IIT"'	
ATTRACTIVE
North Vancouver residential property on the Keith Road, close to Boulevard and known as QUEEN&BERRY   HEIGHTS
in sub-division of blocks 26-30 and 33 in District Lot 553 now offered for sale on reasonable terms and attractive prices.
$390 up for 50 ft. Lots
You are doubtless^ aware that North Vancouver property will increase in value immensely this year, therefore why hesitate to buy property that has a splendid
elevation, most desirable as a residential section and
  having such advantages as car, water, light connections
and open roads?   Remember, all lots are 50 ft. wide—not 33.
Please call at the oflice and inspect plans and prices, and if you desire we will conduct you to
the property.   Apply
wincii
WINCH BUILDING,
£>  CO.,  LIMITED
Successors to Robert Ward & Co. 'PHONE  279
!
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CIIY AUDITOR'S REl'ORT   Vancoavarspecial loaa 1908$17- Contractor M. B. Martinson "ThTdrawing for the large list
                       hoo; statutory loaa No. J |80, lus  tlu  oootract lor the con- of prizes ollered  by  the North
ihiii, statutory loaa Ho, 5 >ih,~ Structioa d ttt hmiass lor G. j Vancouver Boat Club will take
hou; statutory loaa Ho, 11 >::,- K. Hughes, to be located ia dii- place Saturday evening in   the
••00; school stle loan Inlaw iyoy (great parts ol lhe city.               Eagles' hall.
$0,700 and ierry purchase bylaw 1
$70,000; total >4ob,iy4.
The total debentures issued on *H+W4»H4W+HHHtH-H*HtHW*H+**H<
.ocal Improvement work to date
Tin- ul\ audit (or the -car
iyoy has just been completed bj
Auditor T. W. Tlumiassoii, and
is a most commendable document full oi many Important
suggestions ami a complete detailed statement  ol  tlie city's
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^h   bj per itemized nm
business lor the year jusi pass-  ,  ■    , ■   ,, _. ,  ««,.»,
...1      a. rf.i. ,i,„  ,,,1,,, Z. ~tti in the report is »23,J74
lllSlllKllollS   ll,l\i    llllll   lsslllll
id have m-.ii.i1 copies ol llie report run oll and Uiese will be
available at llie iil\ llall at any
TENDERS
c-d. He states that "the ac
counts ol lhe city are now in excellent condition,   and show llie
condition ol the dty, exactly."
A statement <-l the recr.pt* 7.    """ „„ . ».„.„..
.,       v    Wme to .ni\ ratepayei
Irom all sources lor  llic  year, '
shows thom in  lolal  as >i2-),-
316.29,  and  lhe disbursements
lor eaeh eominillec as lollows : 	
Finance   J13.y18.3y;    board   ol,    -'he R^tor ami  \\.ird-i.   ol
works   ,Si7,i"377;   Waterworks s,t. John's church  will   receive
$-'7,533-3", polite f4.788.42; lire tenders lor the purchase ol tin   J
ami light (4,485.79; school $14,- whole or any part ol a lul   of
486.83 fad health 9903.95. voi'il strong baches (about  \<>
The lerrv purchase, interest on  in all) capable  ol   Mating   live
debentures and incidentals,   to- to six persons each.     Benches
gcilicr wall easli 111 liaml ami 111 may be exainiuul at U]   nine
bank ($5,10.1.52)   balances   tlic Enquire at tlm Rectory, corner
account. 13th ami Chesterfield,
The arrears ol taxes as shown Tenders should lie addressed
111 the reporl are as lollows to tha Htv. J. 11. Hooper,Xorth
iyo.|  $4.18,    1905  $b.2A,    1906 Vancouver. 23-25
f 102.19,  1907 Sr1--'1',  ^"a $3,"
J Shaw's Pioneer Dry Goods {
l.iiCAl.  HEWS  ITEMS
594.t>8,   1909  $10,047.67,   total
$14,460.00.    In his report   the	
aiiilitut   recommends   that   the 	
council authorise  the treasurer
to lake steps lor a tax sale. Mrs. Roy Redding ol Lonsdale
This recommend at nm was pass- ,ivenue, wlm was visit in-;
ed at last Monday's meeting, her sister 111 Vancouver last
and tlu treasurer has started to week returned home on Monday,
prepare the list. 	
An inventory of the real es- About 711 boy scouts, iiiem-
tato holdings ol the clly is -jers 0j ^ Vancuuver ami
itemited as follows: City hall jjorlh Vancouver brigades at-
and lots $10,134.17; public parks {m\w\ divine service 111 St. An-
feSiflW!   ■*»•*  ends   tto,~*y, drew's church last Sunday.
roads   and   streets  $140,445.16; 	
4th street lire hall (6,581.75;
13th street fire hall $12111.yn;
Canister] reserve $:tSu; total
1305,791.98. Public schools,
laml and building (28,445.99,
.nnl waterworks iiiiislructioiii to
date (101,918.45,
The revenue Irolll the taxes oil
lln waterworks lor the \car was
>59Ma78-
The following  is a complete
list ol the general del,ent mes is
Gent's Furnishing and Fancy Store.
I'ir. .'inl .m.l l.uii-nl.'ili. Ave.        Establinbeii llW) Tuleplione 5J   J
Wi are opening out our new spring stock and
shall be glad ol an inspection.    All personally and
carefully selected.
Blouses from 75c to $2.50
Prints 1 Oc to 15c per yd.
Oxford Shirting 15c per yd.
Ginghams 1 Oc to 15c a yd.
tbo .i lii'iiiitiful line ol'Ilri'M lioodi inrlurlinn tho new
-tile niuilins, Ar.
: DRESSMAKING on the Premises
.l^l-'-l-'-l-- .l-l»'-I-I»l»lwl*l.l«l-l«l---l..
Wn iVa in n rn~~-Tn »~
The court of revision ol the
assessiiiint roll for the ilislliit
ol North Vancouver, met Moii-
iU\ afternoon In the municipal
ollico,  and adjourned  to March
7th  whin the difficulties ol the
late election  in  Ifan
ii.iu been adjusted.
B*k
Look (or the above trade mirk,
the sign of quality, on your
cereal foods.
Wi manufacture the beat
Rolled Oats
on the market todiy.
Leave your orderi with ua for
HAY, GRAIN
AND   CHOP
Prompt Delivery
Satisfaction Guaranteed
in. Brackman-Ker
Milling Co.
United.
Lonidale Avenue,
al Ferry Landiag
jas. Chapman,   local manager.
Cars  leave  lerry  landing for    Cars leave Lonsdale   Avenue,
all points  as lollows: "'
I. will
A. J, Henderson, C.K.,   has
^  been appointed by the  a 11 \    to
sued up lo date by the city   ol  superintend and look after   ilm
""       "       city's   Interests  m   connection
the construction  ol  tha
whail ut the liml ol
.oiisdale ave,
•6.15 a.m.
*6.45   "
•7.20   "
7-5°   "
8.20   "
8.50   "
9.20   "
9-45   "
Altel  whiih ears leave at leB
minutes past the hour ,nul iw inly minutes  to  the  hour  until
midnight.
Keith   Road,   and   Queensbury
Avenue Terminals as follows:
All kinds of
Lumber
Mouldings
-Sash and
Doors, Etc.
Very cheap
North Vancouver:   Parka, bonlevard ami streets pant $12,-
with
my, waierworks loan fjSiOOOj city's new
itatutory loan {148,200; North I
•6.05 a.m.
•6.30   "
•7.00   "
•7-35   "
8.05  "
8-35   "
9.00  •'
9.25   "
945   " ■	
10.25  "
io.55   "
After which cars leave at li>ej
minutes to the hour aad tweu*
 *ty-five minutes after tie hour
until midnight.
fa QfotM M,nun nn take ilie Lonsdale  Avenue  car.     For
I,vnn Valley take the Qneanabnry Avenue car.    For Capilano *
take tin Keith Koad car.
NORIH MMYEfc
LL1BEI CO.
MILL  AND  OFFICE
Esplanade, East
Phone 85    North Nancouver
DISTRICT OF
NORTH   VANCOUVER
TENDERS are invited by the
District Council for opening out
Marr road from Keith road to
Waterfront, in I). L. 355.
Specifications can be had at
the District Muniiipal Office,
where sealed lenders must be
lodged not later than 7,30
o'clock on the i.xth inst.
ALEX. PHILIP, C.M.C
* Not on Sunday.
II.  E. KRIGER
Expert on  Fireplaces and all
classes of Brickwork.
AU Work Guaranteed.
I'm ner  rilti-enl!   Sl. and Mahll Ave
DISTRICT OF
NORTH   VANCOUVER
Applications are invited by
the District Council for the position of Road Superintendent
ol lhe Dislriel. Salary $40.00.
Applicants musl state experience and give suitable relet en. es
as to charactsc ami fitness lor*
the position. Applications will
1-e received by the Subscriber,
till live p.m., on Sulurda), lhe
nth inst.
ALEX. I'IIII.II', C.M.C
W. J. BALMAIN
SIVM.    RNdlNKKR
i,i'i.'nili»    ,*i.Tur m.l architect
NORTH  VANCOU VIE. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
ONE COMPANY, ONE VOTE
A verj interesting cast, culminating in an import.un decision enibod} iug both good law
and common sense, was hi ard
in Victoria, just prior to the recent municipal elections, It
arose in connection with ths
contest loi the reeveship ol Sa*
anii li, which w as verj   keen.
Uii the list ol voters appeared
tin names oi Robi 11 Poi ter, si
and    foul    "I   Ills   soils,   all    ul
v>liuin   ale   shallliolileis   in   an
incorporated   company,   which
owns a iai in in ihe iiinnii ipali
ins.      These nanus wen   .ul
pi.ned  iiii   lile  list   as  lepresilil-
ing ilu compan) «nli reapeiI to
tins particulai   property.     At
the   .'lilin-;   ol   tin  limit ol le-
vision  ilu  above  names  were
protested, but thi I'orteja anb<
nnttiai legal a..u,i ii, iiii effect
that ihe municipal clauses act
did  noi  iu  anj   ninii  lo  the
inui,.an .ai repri m titativee  wl o
might     be'   illll)     allllloi i/i,i    in
SIKli a *  ri   *ili'l lile colli 1 ul  le-
\ision decided that   iln   mums
uiniii iiiii be ordered remove I.
An application waa then made
ior an injunction restraining
im Porters liom lotnig, bnt
this waa dismissed by Chiel Ja*
tice Hunter, A lurther application was iii.i.i uu a ii..unla-
Uiiis to ha'c iin names i ipUUg-
ed lion, the lull. This a as
graulc-d ii) ilie Chiel Justice,
who hi iu ihai undei section le-ii
"the legal inui) known as a
compan) is to be represented for
voimj; purpoeee, b) onlj one individual anal not U) .ui lndeliii-
itc number, Rol John Porta wee allowed to remain on
the roll, to represent the com
pany.
.;.|.l,.l.,l„l,,|„;,il..l..l..l-H-:-H'l,H-l-l"l-p •
.■»fri)+.fr|4.H4tH<'+4H^
PLANS oh SI 11 DIVISION
iin district cotiiKil has b) resolution directed that a circular
letter uuh signed b) the clerk,
Alex, Philip, be mailed to all
paiius interested in sub divisions, to tile elicit liiat plans ul
siilnlivisiuii submiiw-d to lhe
council iur approval, ia future
Mill be subject  to tile following
rules:
l. Ever) plan ut sketch must
bt placeii ill llie hands ol tho
district engineer al least tell
days bclurc it Kill Iii v.ra
b) lhe COUadl, lllis Is doiu lu
enable lhc engineer lo prepare
lus 11 jiuii a.s iu the subdivision,
bnrveyors .ue in provide
approximate grades ui all luads
shu-\n on plalls.
tt. licluli cc-l'tllic.itloll, all
|'i.uis are lo be sij-nul   b)    the
registered owner and dnl) certi-
bed I') ilu surveyor.
4. A scale ol either ioo (est
1.1  Jan lul io ihe inch is tu lie
Ptcda I
5. No plans ian In cert lln d
until ail aliens 111 taxes against
the propert] haw  bun paid.
•I-
JlOKiii l 1,11 U'Al.  SOCIETY
LECTL'Rl.
On llu 13rd ol this month a
lecture mil be given in the Horticultural hail, under tin aus-
pnVs 01 the Horticultural socie-
t) ol this iit). 011 thi prunm-i
aiiil spraying 01 Iruit trees. The
subject la, aii 1 tceedingl) intai
eating 0111 ii* all 11 tut growers,
and  as  llnl*   ITS  i|Ulli   a  liuin
bet ill lhe ell) and distill 1  who
. '   iiiaiaiiij;  inin  growing  .1
linlili)    as   wi II  as a  prol Ubll
undertaking, then oofht to In
a largi atti ndance pn sent
A   *, :,,i H ;ii u   given  .nil 1
the lu
At a I.uill  nm lin^; .,1  lli.   |0
net)    .Mr. II. Snow    w.e    ap
j'ninled sis.. 11, .is   lot  ih.       ai
SAD   I-ATA LITV
A very s,nl accident occurred
ai Baruci, Iati u 1 dan uia) night
9lun three employees ol 'he B.
C,   I'.I*   ll'.     I".   v,' 11    llie   vii -
inns ol iiu iim ution «l Iub'  en
gaged in repairing  tin   m 1 vice.
As a h .nil. "in   "I llu* linn was
killed    outright,     .Uld    the    tWO
1.iini*.  received  a  very  seven
shin k.     Tilt* di ad Is 1 11   Wi.iv, 1
aged *.** and Uu   111 lured  a*en
J   li. mpitn and II. Smith,
U1RT1ID.W   I'AR'n
A ven in m\ birthda) pan
Mas celebrated  b)   Uin   Hat
* 1 Irwin, ii Hn Iiunii nl lui
parents, Lonsdale ave., mi hn
dn) evei Ing 'ast.
ail ■   attained   her
nd birthda)   un  'hat   da),
,md iln happiness nl tin
• bared b\ ,1 number "i
lur young (riettda.
Tin  hnii  folks imi earl)   in
IF ITS
OOD CLOTHES
See the immense range now being shown by the
Manufacturer*' Realization Co.
Over* 3000 Suits of thc finest Made
You cannot buy GOOD CLOTHES for less
Why Pay MORE
Regular $30, $25 and $20
Manufacturers'
Realization Company
"THE   HOME   OE   QUALITY"
CORNER   HASTINGS   AND   ABBOTT   STREETS   »
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iln* .«tt.ininiii and enjoyi-d loyn
Ud values lllllll  tia  nni. , wlleji
,, d,nnu repeal eras  i rved,
Ann ilu*   luinli   iln   aluldri'ti
eeseuil a.d mi tlie lawn   .unl   a
group photograph wa  laken,
Among   tlinsi-   in* am  were:
i'„n\ Wrighl    ili * Jean
I!.ul. i.  Miss Maijoiii  lli, la,Miss
i-.ii.in-.1   Corniah,   di.,  Lynn
Oreen,   Kias Dorolli    i tWaon,
Uiss   t liall'.l'i    Cllisletl      \llss
i i.ui Tempter,   Ua '* i Uordon
il.ul-.irlaiii, u.i.tu I..**  Tho*
mas, Master ,liiiiln\ and
Temple, Mastei Albert    I son,
M.isiit Hen Wrighl in    [aster
I'liiiun Woods.
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The  Pattereoa   Tlmbei  Co,
contractors ior the B, C. R, R.
(.u's i.miii Vallev utcnalon irs
reported lo be making vei
trouble progress witli the con-
sii in tiun. The work in hand .it
the pri-.scnt time is the building
ol ti,,- joint liaiin and railway
bridge over Heatings creek, 1 lie
lowering  "i  the city's water-
liliilli at tins point was expected
iu have lieen finished yesterday.
.md when completed iln bridj e
w.e, to start Immediately. This
itrnctnre, U t* not <n "in h
eust will be bona by tbc com
pany, is designed to meet the
demands "i both traffM and ths
railway company lor some yeara
tu inine and is therefor!  a mtv
luhslantial piece "i workman
ship.
OTTAWA DELEGATION
The Hun.ml  Inlet  'I'liniiel   I
Bridge Co. delegation Kit [or
Ottawa laat Wedncadaj sftei
noon, carrying with thon mem
mi,ils aiid resolutions [rou all
the adjoining mnnicipalitiee, all
iu um .111oiil heartily endorsing
the project tii tin- lullesl extent
RepMlttUng Un citj ul North
Vancouver was Ma\oi iiaj. Un
North Vancoaver board of trade-
Mr. 0. II. Mnrdt'ii, ami the petitioners and ratepayers Messrs.
B W \!i I.e,in and K Malinii,
The muilliipalilHs   ul   Bui na
b\, South Vancouver ami Poinl
Orev ale all show ill); their
hearty annul in the matt r In
the   struiijr   reeolntions   whieh
they have paaaed in support ol
the undertaking,
The lull comes in Ion tin rail
waj committal ot Thnraday,
the r71ii iii February   and   in
view ul lhe iiiiaiiiinitv ol lln*
liliilllilp.il support and tin lunds
ahead) available for the. btidgl
then- is a  leellllK  ul   eollliih-in I
that it will receive the heart]
support of the dominion parliament.
Ill the alisetiei  ol Mr. (V  11
Horden, on the bridge delr^a
timi to Ottawa, Mr. WaltH i
Green has charge ol lhe news
department,
Miss Sale, sister   d   Leonard
Sale, ol Sale ex lln wilt,    who
has recentlj   undergone a sm*
u'sslul opir,iiimi ,,t the N.   V
hospital, is reporti-d to be pio-
nussiiig vet) lavarably. THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
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Safety       Income      Profit
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Correspondence Solicited
North Vancouver
LAST CHANCE to purchase—at first cos*-Thc
remaining unsold lots in thc following -.staves:
LOTS IN BLOCK 228, DISTRICT LOT 545.
bounded by Lonsdale Avenue, 23rd street,
24th street, and Chesterlield Avennc. Convenient to cariine. Prices I250 and up per
lot—easy terms.
LOTS IN D. L. 273. 6th street, 7th street and
Keith road. Convenient to cariine. Prices
$650 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 ol best buys in City and District to
choose from—some of the properties at LAST
YEAR'S PRICES.
WANTED FROM OWNERS.
Owners deairiag to sell any or all of their North
Vancouver properties can get qnick results by-
listing exclusively with ns—if prices are right
Onr 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 reedy
sale at good prices, and owners can sell (or
cash by listing with us.
INTENDING PURCHASERS
can have the benefit ol our large and exclusive
list of best properties in city and district.
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IRWIN & BILLINGS COMPANY, LTD.
(Incorporated A.D. 190(1, under the Companies' Act i8>7 and Amending Acts, with chief place of bnsiness in North Vancouver, B.C.')
Cor. Lonsdale Avenue and 5th Street North Vancouver, B.C., Telephone 15
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B. C. GAZETTE
[* age Co., Ltd.,  capital  $25,000; I The
  Hodgson l'lmiiiiing A Heating
ln the current number ol lha Co.,  capital  1*3,000;   Imperial]
GaSStte,  19 additional coiimiis- Investment   Co.,   Ltd.,   capital
sioucrs for taking alh.laviis un- »25.«**';     Standard   Hardware
der the elections   act,   are   ap
pointed 111 I.k.. riding.
Co., Ltd., capital S.V'.ooo; Otya
  Mines Lid.,  capital  $1,000,000;
D'Ariy Tatx- "of! WtaipSf, so-; ''«-,|lU''1 -*- Co■- W-i cal,ltal
licitor, is appointed a coinmis- *'"°,0"°;,     . .   . ,
sioucr for taking affidavits, fori   T1,c following cxtra-provi..u.il
use in thc courts ol this province.
Kustace 0. W. Wyatt ol Vancouver is appointed a notary
public.
Jas. Findlay, F. .1. Procter,
and G. 11. Gatcwood, arc appointed imi the l-oard ol direct-
ors ol Vancouver general huspital.
J. B. Puinphry ol Sappcrton,
is   appointed   a   deputy   game
| .11 ' llll
Jas. D. Wighlman ol Nelson,
is appointed to bc a provincial
constable.
John T. Black ol Nelson, is
appointed chief constable (or
West KooU-nay.
Andrew Moves ol Alalia, is
appointed deputy mining recorder for Osoyoos district.
James iM* Stewarl, ol Coal
Creek, is appointed sunlary ol
tlm board ol coal miners' ex 1111-
incrs.
Applications lor waler ueords
are made by the Georgetown
Sawmill Company Ltd., of Pott
Simpson, at lollows; len cubic
feet per second out of Georgetown creek and eighteen leet. per
second oul oi an miiiatucd
sii r.un flowing into Georgeto . 11
lake al ils eastern cud.
Chas. E. Mahon of Vancouver
gives notice ol application to
lease eighty acres ol land ft the
north-west corner ol Fisherman
Cove, Ursula channel.
North Coast Commercial Co.
Ltd., of Port Kssington, Mati.
Harriu Fleming, gents' furnisher
ol Armstrong, and Charley B,
Finlev of thc township of Chilliwack, merchant, have assigned
for the benelit of their ereditors
The following new companies
are incorporated: British Columbia K illi- Association Minder
thc Benevolent Societies Act);
Cunningham - Sanderson, Lid.,
haul ware, etc., capital $
Ciret-u   Lake   Mining Ik  Milling
Co.,   Ltd.,   capital   (3,000,000;
Over-Land Financiers Ltd , i.ip
ital Jioo.oiki; 11. C. Oil I Coal
Development Co., Ltd., capital
$400,000;   J. C. Gibson Broker
KANDIE
ITSHtN
A LARGE SUPPLY OF
FRESH FKUIT
AND KAND1E
ALWAYS ON HAM)
compaillee are licensed: Flathead River Coal Co., ol Spo- »• *• Beiinet,
kane, Washington, capital S200,-
000; Montreal Trust Company,
of Montreal, capital $1,000,1x10.
The annual list of the members ol the Corporation of Hritish Columbia Land Surveyors,
comprising all land surveyors
who are authorized lo pr.iitue
in the province during the year
19m, is published. There are
in all   130 surveyors who   are | ;j$-gym, Wfa
6 i Lonsdale
General Contractor
KXCAVAT.
CLKAlalNG, I.RAMSC-.
INC, Ktr.
thus duly qualified
NOfiti Vancouver
Housewives
Be Particular
About tlie ((tiality of the Hour you l>uv
BOMI  Hours give   satisfaction   S0MKT1MKS
Royal Standard Flour
Gives   Satisfaction   ALWAYS
You order ROYAL WANDARD-Wsgturtptas
rwnlte.
Knquire at your Grocer'.1-, about the prJM contest
Vancouver Milling & Grain Co. Ltd.
Tbc
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 shrubs.
CLEARED BOULEVARD LOIS
Inside Lots, 52 x 140 feet or 150 feet, each    • fiooo
Double Corners, (a lots together), 104x140 leet or 150 leet IJ500
Cleared Lot* in Block* Adjoining Boulevard, alze 50x13?
Inside Lots, according to position J700 to >Hoo
Double Corners it650 to $1750
Terms; -yi caih, yi in 9 months, yi in ll months.    Interest on deferred instalments 6 per cent.
ALKXAXDKK P. RKILLY
Orjdnwi/ (iw/ I'linirmnitrr nf St. AiiAreat'i llntrrh
Tfat'lm  of  I'liiim,   Vnral   unit  Theory
llile.irnl PapUi mowed fnr tin*
infanta rii'HT.iti EiamlnaUooi
Mi thru Slrrrl, I'biiii
 MS l.nnnlnlr Annul. I
Norlli Vannmn-r, Tin-winy. \ Friday
p,,.,/;.,, t~ imu- ,v---i. ream  fi    I
l'a|,|. .,11. a
Snriii Yeaeeaeet
I.. , r. dm  Hiv.Mr. liillain
The position ol this property makes it ONI 01 IHI BISI RISIDIMUI Sl IIM IONS IN IHI
WORtD. With its southern aspect, open space, elevation, magnificent view, and all modern
conveniences (electric railway cars running thc whole length ol the Boulevard, 60 yards Irom
residence line, water and electric light).
Purchasers are not obliged to build, but all lols Ironting on thc Boulevard are sold on
condition that for ]o years nothing but residences, each ol minimum cost ol (4000 can be built
thereon.   Thus the property is legally protected against depreciation.
Compare the above prices with those of other property.
North   ancouver real estate today offers unrivalled opportunities
to investors.
The City Ferry Co., will shortly build a new modern ferry boat
and make improvements in the landings.
Die Second Narrows Bridge seems now to be assured.
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Maps, price list and printed information as to tin- City of   North Vancouvei   will be
supplied on application to
North Vancouver Land & Improvement Co.,
Ulahon, McEarland 6 Procter, Ltd., Official Aqeota
CORNER PENDER AND SEYMOUR STREETS,
VANCOl VER, ll.C. THK EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
Nemo "Self-Reducing" Corsets
Are Designed for Stout Women
<1 If you are one of the many stoul women who will
pay $4.00 or more for a corset thai will make you
ihapel) and comfortable you will be interested in
Nemo "Self-Reducing" Corsets.
IJ 1 oday every stoul woman can be accurately fitted
in I Nemo thai will nol only reshape hei figuie into
graceful and fashionable lines, bui that will give her
ile' peatesl comfort she eva enjoyed, and wear twice
as long H llie besl inadi'-lo-iuder COfeet she could buy
al dotibli the price,
<J Nemo Corsets have valuable patented features that
, miiaai be obtained b SKf olher corset and in ihese
self n-iliii m» models these lealures show lo (he very
In' I Ml inlagi-.
i II a .;i have had difficulty in securing cofteti that
ireexacth light you will do well to give a Nemo
"Sell-Reducing"   Model  a  fan  trial.
Pines $4.01) and upwards.
Gordon Drysdale, Limited
57') Granville Slreet
Phone 3541
List Yoar Property
With us for Quick
i
Sale
MAY&BUBNS
Reel I-, i iti and 1- imm ial Agents
SEVENTEEN HOMES IN COURSE OF CONSTRUCTION
We can handle as nan* more.    II you are thinking oi biiilaJiug
Ml us m.l Lill, tin- matter over
CAMPBELL £* MILLER
306 Lonidale Ave.
Sorth Vancouver
If
You
Are
Va.ii || .....ini: |., Iiiiii.I an Nortli V'uni-nuvi-r
you .luml.I oomMm ll* ai.l. rents nf the
l.ii-iii. - ini-ii in your n ud liy (jiving
mi- ll.,* .*. ntraet nl youi     uililing
Will i,mr tin* anti.in'iion iif knowing tlmt
.i.rv.ink ni liiinlier, every nail or any
innlaTi.il n-r*l in vaain luillilin*: »ill l« |>ur-
ii tin. eity. Kn-ry iliy'ii lal.ir nil I
In- iiiriii.lu-il In n-.iili'iil iiii*i'lniiiu> ami
mrv < ,*nt vou |niy nu- will Iw kept in Nurlli
V.in M
If  Vail
I a. Iii ihern-«l manner nl MIM|a
lag Hi.' r*».m» in iinir liitur-- ri.aiilr.ni-f, lei
M 'Ir.ilt a ikftsh ainl glwa vmi .in ('.llinali-
llilt Irom lha -.ili.farimn I hau- gm-n Ss
a.ilii-r. I ran ii-mirf Jnn mllli*,,, your In-
lereit.   II vmi an-
Going to Build
Come in ami iei- me ami talk it onr.
MATT. B. MARTINSON
Contractor, Builder
lh im i    k,    Lonsdale Ayc.)    I'hone 173,   P.O 110172
E. DOWIE
A. FAUKO
(ieneral Contractor
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEB |    _m »'"'«•■•".■. Stomp ind Rock
L.a.l 1,ir   Kilra ran Daar InmMl.
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I'lans, Specifications, Estimates |
r. ii. Boi    , North \ ancouvei
THE PROVINCIAL ROUSE
Continued from l'a^e Three
a greater hardship than the
miners in other parts of the
province, he felt therefore tlial
these surlaee laws sliould be
taken oil ami the property taxed simply as ordinary realty.
A deputation from the Vancouver Exhibition Association,
headed bj Ur. J. J. Miller,
waited upon the executive in ihe
morning, wilh a request lor a
grant of £50,000 lor prizes, towards establishing  an annual
exhibition in Vaniouver. The
government promised to consider the lci-ucst.
A deputation, represent]in the
Uuion ol Ba C. Municipalities,
watted   upon   lhc   government,
and presented a memorandum
ol suggested amendments lo lhe
Municipal Clauses Acl.     Suine
ol tin  suggested   amendments
were;
That  the Municipal Clnuaea
Aa be revised and consolidated
111   Uie   direction   of   improved
workability ami an avoidance
ol liquidation; ihal the government lake over ami maintain as
a public institution the aiili-iu-
berculosis sanitarium at Tian-
quille, and establish an industrial home lor the aged on the
lower mainland; thai justices ol
the peace be forbidden to incur
any expense iu tlio dischaige oi
their duties without a consultation with the reeve ol the inuni-
cipallly; llial something be
done toward lllc establishment
ol county schools; lhat the
name ol the contributor ol the
road lax ice have his name pul
on lhe voter's list; lhat lhe
govt 1 nuieiil appoint one, instead
of two representatives oil the
boards ol license and police
coiiitnitlees; thai the government consider the advisability
ol acquiring municipal ownership and operation ol telephones
within lhe province; that the
definition ol a householder be
re-delined; and that lhe local
improvement acl be unprovnl
and consolidated; the government promised careful tonsidoi
ation on these matters.
The railway couiniittee nut
•ind passed a bill to incorporate
tho l'orl Aloudy, Indian Knii
& .Northern Railway Company.
The bill lo incorporate the
Vancouver, New Wi-stniiuslcr
Tramway & Terminal Dock Co.
was held over till February to,
on request of thc company.
The bill to incorporate the
Men/.ics Ha\ Railway Company
was passed.
Ou Saturday, the Assessment
bill passed its second reeling
unopposed.
Hon. Mr. Bowaer'l bill lo establish juvenile courts, parsed
with thc unanimous approval of
the house. The act gives authority to any city to establish
juvenile courts, with separata
judges and detention homes,that
wishes to do so, Ior the trial ol
children under thc age ol 16. Il
also provides that where  it  ia
proved that a parent or guardian is shown to be responsible
for the child's criminal conduct
they may be fined instead of the
child.
A delegation from the school
boards of I), L- 301 and South
Vancouvei, waited upon the
executive in the morning, with
a request for further aid ior,
and a rearrangement of school
districts. Karly attention to
the matter was promised.
On Tuesday, the discussions
of the house were principally in
committee, the bills under discussion .being the attorney general's amendment to the factories act; the medical inspection
ul schools act; and the public
mIiuoIs act.
Among the private bills that
were introduced, read a first
time and passed on to their respective committees, was an act
to incorporate the Anglican Synod ol the Diocese ol Caledonia,
'an act to incorporate the Hritish Columbia and Alaskan Railway Co., an act to incorporate
;the British Columbia Central
Railway Co., and all act confirming and ratifying the incorporation of the Campbell river
Power Co.    An act cited as the
Government Annuities Bxemp*.
tion Act, 1901, was Introduced,
This net provides that any person entitled to an annuity, such
annuity shall be exempt from
seizure, levy or atlihmeiit.
The delegation from the Vancouver and Victoria Trades and
Labor councils waited oil the
Provincial Executive in the
morning, with fourteen request.-,
in the interests of labor. The
government promised tliem a
written answer iu a day M SO,
I On Wednesday, 111 the altel
noon, Premier McBride made
jtlic announcemont that after
1 this session, the government
I would oppose any renewals oi
I private railway charters, unless
1 for very good cause as he li.nl
heard complaints that parts ol
the country were being held ttp
by paper railroads.
Mr. Haywood gave notice thai
he- would bring 111 a motion lm
the discharge ol ,1 resolutnm re
Chinese and Japanese baying
lands in the province.
At a sitting of the private
bills couiniittee in the morning,
it was decided to hold over lor
.1 week the request ol the dty ol
Vancouver lor privilege 10 instal a municipal telephone system.
The South Vancouvei Incorporation bill passed the private
bills committee, with an amendment to allow the taking of a
plebiscite on the question of annexation of D. 1,. 301.
The Lieut. -Governor transmitted thc following bill, wiih
his recommendation,   entitled:
"Aii act providing for tlic appointment of a commission to
select a site lor thc university
'of British Columbia." The bill
passed its first reading.
j    At the close ol the silting,Ml
Tisdale moved tin- first rending
of   a   bill   lo   incorporate   tin
Howe Sound, Pemberton Vallej
ex Northern Railwav Co.
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FIRST QUALITY
Excellence o( Workmanship
are the two glowing features in our solid gold
and gem set jewellery, which carries with it a
distinct air of neatness ami refinement so often
found lacking in this line of goods.
We have everything new on the merket,which
embraces the latest creations from tile world's
Centres of fashion.    Here you will find mingling
the prevailing fashions and Ideas oi Paris  and
New Vork.
In neck ware, such as nechlacea, broocben,
dog collars,  iii'i k ih.iins, lockets, and pendants,
we call show   von  the most exquisite styles,produced bv tlir most valued designers ol  Iwo mil
tllll'IItS.
Vou are welcome whether vou buy or not—
most courteous service rendered to all.
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IT IS THE PIANO THAT MAKES THE
VALUE OF THE PLAYER PIANO
IT IS THK
"New Art"
Bell Piano
CONTAINING im: PLAYER PIANO ACTION
THAT MAKES TIIK
MATCHLESS
AUTONOLA
Aa no other Piano 1ms this Inimitable Quick Repealling Actiou.no other Player Piano can pro-
durt-e the dainty, <|uick repetitions.
No other Player Piano has the sweet, pure, tone
of the Hell Autonola
No other Player Piano ia "just as good."
The Committee ol llie K. of P., North Vancouver
are fully Mtilfied on this Point. They investigated for theni -elves.
WE RECENTLY RICEIVID
A   CAR    LOAD    OF    TIIK
"New Ar I" Bell Autonolas
Monteli'us Piano Mouse
459 441 nastioq* nirtti
Henry Birks & Sons, Ltd.   |
Manufacturing Jewellers, Gold and Silversmiths
(ieo. K. Trnri-y,
Miiiiiiuiii*.- Director
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Coi. Hastings ft Granville       jl
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Chas. H. Cates
PILE DRIVING
AND
General Contracting
AI I'l. V AT
HEAD OFFICE—Booms 12 and 13,  Flack Block
163 Hastings street, W    Telephone 3099
Or i au-' Wharf,  North Vancouver.    Pbonel36
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West Vancouver Motor Launch Service
I.,uimli "Wi st Vancoaver." Captaia Piadlty
Licensed lor 35 passengers
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i).30 a.in a-i-MS-i- ftcheduk 14.00 p.m.
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(Juickest route from Norlli Vancouver to thr district lieyond
Capilano River, Launch "Wee* Vancouver" makes connections, without (ail, with the ferry sti UMTS Irum North Van
couver, as per above schedule.
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HOTEL
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Ji.oo pel and up
Special rales to (am
ih,*s and to regular
hoarders	
ci Rool Garden on ooosi
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CITY COUNCIL
Continued Irom Pago Two.
the owners tlmt it would lie
agreeable. It was agreed to
invite the 1st street owners to
meet the eouncil Thursday evening, after tlie civic committee
meeting.
Aid. Smith drew attention to
the had state of the road lo the
cemetery. He thought a city
of 5,000, should have a decent
means oi getting to its cemetery
On motion ol Aid. Irwin it was
resolved Lo conler with tlu district lio,ird ol works willi a view
to making nu Improvement on
the road iu both the city and
district.
Aid. Irwin moved that the
mayor be authorised to incur
any expenses necessary while in
Otlawa on the bridge cpteetion;
adopled.
On motion oi Aid. McNeish
and' Kowler, Aid. KcRu was
appointed acting mayor while
-Mayor May was aw av.
Aid. Smith asked lor inlormu-
tion regarding the ferry company. Ills worship saul thai
he would instruct the secretary
lo furnish each ol the Aldermen
with a molilhlv balance sheet.
On motion of Aid. Smith and
McNeish, it was resolved to
proceed with' lhe laying ol the
waler main through Lonsdale
gardens.
By-law No. 90 local improvement was read and linally adopted.
A by-law establishing a permanent grade on Lonsdale ave.
Irom the wharl to Keith road
north, was read three times aud
passed.
A bv-law establishing a grade
on ist street Irom Lonsdale lo
Si. George's ave, was read three
times and passed.
CANADIAN  FORESTRY
ASSOCIATION
Miss B. ARNOTT
Tin eleventh annual convention ui tlje Canadian Forest r\
Association will he held this
vein i;i the legislative buildings
at l'l'ilcrictoii, N. B*. mi Wed
ttesdai and Thursday, February
-'3 iiiui 2\.
In aalilition to the president,
Mr. Thus. Sotithworth, and the
vice president, Hon. W, C, Bd
wanl-,, the lollowing are expected in lake part: Hon Cliford
Siliiin.iliairiiia-n of the commission a,1 eonservation; Hon.
,Iules Allaul, minister ol lands
and mines, Quebec; Hon. \\. C,
11. I'.iiiiittu-r, surveyor genital
"I Ne** Brunswick; Ur. I!. \\.
l'ciiiiiu, dean ol the laculty of
forestry, university of toroiito;
Mr. ly A. Sperling, forester   ol
Pennsylvania railroad, Mi. tt
C. J. llall, superintendent ol
the bureau ol forestry, Quebec;
Prol. Cioiilin Tower, ol the university ol Maine; Prof. K* B,
Mi lh 1, ol the university of New
Brunswick,
Dressmaking
Mesdames I Irnght and Castle
APPOINTMENTS
Appointments ol police   and
license loiiiiiiissioiiiis lor Hritish Colombia dtits were made,
at ,1 meeting ol the provincial
executive held recently, as lollows:
Police Commissioners:
;   Cranbrook-Aid. I). .1. Johnson and V. Ilvili. Baikar,
Rossland   Aid.   ,1.   II.   Lang-
in.iii ami C. R. Hamilton, KX.
Kelowa— Aid. D. Leckie and
K. M, Hucklanil.
Greenwood- Aid. \\. I. Craig
and K. W. McLaine.
Kaslo-Ald. Patrick II Walsh
and Wm. ('.. Kobb.
Vancouver - Aid. .1. Whvte
ami 1)  von Cramer.
Revelstoke  Ai.l.  I-:. Trimble
and A, Ba Kmcaid.
North Vancouver-Aid, Win.
MiNeish and C. K. .lackson.
Victoria Alii. II. 1-. Iiishop
atul Leonard Tait.
Nelson—AM. 1). C. McMorris
and W. 0. tan, Ml)
Sanilooii -Aid. (i. II. Wright
and .I.A. Hlack.
License Coiuiiiissioiirrsi
Cranbrook-Aid. Joa, Jack-
son and (',   U. C.isl.ike.
koaaland-Ald, .1. II. Lang
in.>n .md C. R   Hamilton.
Kelowna—Aid. .1. W. .I ones
and Dr. B. Ih Kuiloiig Boyct
Greenwood Mil. 1-'. C. Ruck-
less and .1. |,  Coles.
Kaslo Aid P. II. Walsh and
W. C. Kobb
Vancouver
llama and II
Revelstoke
REALTY DEALS
Two important North Vancouver residential realty deals
weie put through by two local
brokerage firms since the last
issue ol this' paper, whereby approximately 133,000 was involved. The properties are well
known locations, the lirsl being
the Ba .1. Cornish property  at
the corner ol 15th slreel and
l.onsdale ave., about :\ acres
in exient, part of which is under lawn and the balance in
small (mils and garden grounds
The price paid was f3o,0O0 and
the purchaser was Aid. \V. J.
Irwin.
In the other transfer Aid. Irwin was the vendor and the properly was his handsome residence ou Lonsdale ave, BSOT the
comer of 41I1 street. The price
received was approximately $12-
000, Mr. J. C. Williams, who
formerly owned the property,
and sold il to Aid. Irwin, was
the purchaser. Mr. Williams
owns the two lots 011 lhe mr-
ner ol Lonsdale aiid (th, and
his recent purchase completes a
\ei\  'aluable holding.
DEATH
The SttddeB death w as moid
ed in Seattle this week, ol Mr.
Kobt. Scolt, a former resident
of Ihal city, but receiilly a visitor to this city.
Mr. Scott came north al-out
a month ago lor his health ami
was the guesl ol Mr. and Mrs
'allies Hay, bth street. His
physical) advised him to go farther south again, and il was
while en route that death overtook him. Mr. Hay left ior
Seattle Immediately upon the
receipt oi the news and to attend thc funeral.
am. c. i-:. wii-
I iihan.
Aid. Florence ,\K
Carthy ami w. A. Sturdy,
North V.iiu.nivu    Aid. S   I)
Sihuli/ and ,\  K, Stacey,
Victoria   Md, A. (l. Bargiaoa
and II. M. 1-ulh-rton.
Nelson Aid. I). C. .Mi Mom .
and V. W'.nh
S.iiuloii Aid. .las Wood ami
W. II. Cameron.
No returned deposits    1 can
deli-11  wli.it I advertise.    Jack
Loutet.
A Wil lard memorial service is
to Ik- held under the uiispius ol
ilie, \v. C. T. I',, on Wednesday,
inlli inst., at the lu-mi ol Mis
Stoney, 6th street west, at 3
p.m. Refreshments will be
BSfVad. An ollerilig will be
taken in aid ol the work. All
ladies interested in the caaSS
are very cordially invited. A
business meeting lor members
at 2.30.
Tin   sissioiis ol St.  John's
l.itenui and Debating Societ\
■iti proving ol a highlv interesting and Instructive  character.
At the last meeting a del'.iii
w.ls    held    oil    the    lesolution
"Tlmt ani vena I miHtarj venue
is iseceaaary lor the apkeap "i
iln Empire." Tin iflinnnUvs
was taken b\ T. Martin .md tin
iiigative hv Kev. Gillies. The
■ '■solution carried. At tin- next
stssion which will In- held mi
Monday the 14th inst , the subject ol debate will bo 'Resolved
that Prohibition would be oi adjutage to Canada."
NORTH VANCOUVER
A Great Snap
1 Mi acres-, aU cleared, sl corner ol Malum Avenue md
.'1st street,    l-'or prin- ,iinl termi M I ns at 1 ,nce.
ALEXANDER SMITH & CO.
I.oii'ilali* \\t mie, Qit| font
Phones—Offlw 14      Elotiae 21      P.O, R,».x BO
will take a limited number a.i
pupils for violin. Will teach
pupils at tlieir home, Dressmaking Parlors 141 6th St. E
l-'or terms a]>pl\:
iiii m, mm) miu i i, vancouv ih ;
All, rn a alh'l a *, 11111 g dreMM
■ ipw l.illv.
NORItl VANCOUVER rERRY IIMI I AMI
STEAMER
Leave Van.
*6.2ii a in
7-30   "
8.30   "
9-15 "
10.15 "
11.15 "
12.15 p.m
1.15 "
2.15 "
MS "
4.15 "
515 "
h.15 "
7-25 "
8.15 "
4*15 "
10.15 "
•11.15 "
ST. GEORGE
Leave N. Van
"6.45 am*
7.50   "
8.50   "
9-45   "
to-48 "
n.45 "
12.45 pi"-
'•45   "
2-45   "
3-45   "
4-45   "
5-45   "
b*45   "
7-45   "
8.45   "
<M5   '
10.45   "
•n.45
STR. NORTH
l.i .is >  N. Van.
*6.2o a.m.
•7.20 "
*8.2o "
y.20
10.15 "
11.15 "
12.15 p.m.
'•'5   "
2.15
3-15 '
4-15 '
5-15
6.15 '
7-3J '
8.15 '
9-15 '
10.15 '
"             II.15 '
Not on Sunday.
VANCOUVER
Leave Van.
•6.45 a.m.
•8.00 "
"8.50 "
9-45 "
10.45 "
n.45 "
12.45 P-n>-
1.45 "
2-45 "
3-45 "
4-45 "
5-45 "
b-45 "
7-45 "
8.45 "
•145 '
10.45 "
12.00
Time Table subject to change without notice.
Vancouver Business Directory
ACCOUNTANTS
W. T. STEIN A CO.
CHARTERED 	
  ACCOUNTANTS
319 Pender street, Vancouvei
and
North Vancouvei
architects
i.STANLEY M1TTCN M l.C.A
ARCHITECT
413 Granville slreel.
VANCOUVER, B. C.
bARRlSrtHS
SCHULTZ & ARNOLD
Barristers, Solicitors, etc.
Rooms 104-105 Crown Building,
615 Pender Street
I'lionu 99b
S. D. SchulU        C. S. Arnold
GROCERS
CHEAPSIDE GROCERY
GEO. WAGG
Groceries and Provisions
Wholesale and Retail
nfi Hastings St. (downstairs)
Delivery Tuesdays and Fridays
MUilC
Prol. JOS. E. NURNBERGER
Musical Director
Vancouver Opera House
Rooms 3 aud 4 Elks' Ha..', Cor.
Robson and  Granville Streets.
All Instruments.      Phone 2530
PICTURE FRAMING
DMlHv
kallethe's Bath
Comer Homer and Pender Sis.
The only up-lo-dale aud reliable bath house in British Co-
luiubie-
Wc cure where others iail.
:srIisI,ii lum guaranteed or no
pay. Plain balhs, electric baths,
shower baths, massage for body, scalp and lace; electro therapeutic baths a specialtv.
JOS. KALLKTHE, PROP.,
Graduate ol Berlin, Germany
BUSINESS COLLEGES
SPROTI-SHAW
Business Instiute
336 Hastings St. W.
CanaSa't GrsaUit Wt-tttrn  School
R. J. Sprott, B.A., - - Manager
PICTURE FRAMING
We have the largest stock oi
mouldings in ll.C.to select iroin
so when you waul naming done
cheap aud well get our prices.
BAILEY BKOi> CO. LTD
540 Granville and 138 Cordova
HUdBtr*  UiAMPS
1111. 1,i*.u 11   in.au 1 to
M.lllllUl lull Ik
Mi'LiiiuK ..uti;.... mm
., ,111a I nee Makers
IU I- III.1 II I I- 1.l.iu,.       1'UM. R327I
RtAL ESTATE
Keep your eye ou
EAST   VANCOUVER
HEIGHTS	
For pai Uculars apply lo
MORDEN A THORNTON
Phone 815      440 Homer Slreet
luiksliirc liuaraiiliT iV
awiinlb CorpoiuLiou LU,
440 bcymour Street
REAL ESTATE
PITMAN'S
Rii.sim sn College
632 Seymour st., V.iiki.uwi   iLAND AND MORTGAGE
Day   school   open   all   the    Vai
round.    Night sckool u-iiiincuc-
es September 8th.
INVESTMENT!
ESTATES MANAGED
HIS INSlkAM.lv
DETECTIVE AGENCIES R' Kerr Houlgate - - - Managei
CHIROPRACTIC
"
HtSTAURANIS
Canadian Detective Bureau:-
I .<>„ ^aSSTiSl   All North Vaacourer   people
II.i-liiin. m. Mtt, I'Ihiiii- Wm  '*l *l
1 welsh LEONARD'S
General Superintendent     ^ ^ ^ _ ^
ings slreet, opposite   the   new
LADIES' HAiRDRESSiNC.        l>0ii Ollice.      Leonard sells hu
" tea by the pound.
30 percent Discount
Oil   all    lines   ul   II.111 1 >
dining our great  it inovdl  sale, m
jiirderlo reduce nur Isrgi stock be
1 ni taking 1 ol  mil ace
Mirises, as all available
will bc required loi thi  dieplej ol
11 me shlptrn nts ol ni • [oodi
a« 1 n routi.
MAMMK HUMPHBKTI
h»V Granville s-rwt
WATCHMAKERS
English practical watchmaker;
Established 1889
Specialty, repairing
WOODRrWft,
31 ] Carrall Stiwt THE EXPRESS, NORTH VANCOUVER, B. C.
WATEI   APPLICATION
The following wati r application is recorded in the New
Weetminster   Columbian,  Irom
the Mission   Waler,   Lighl    and
i'uwer to>. [or leavi to record
7-10 cubic int pei second, Irom
Mission cin Ic, in block -'in, loi
4, suiion ji, township 17.
Pianos &0rgans r ""ym-^mmw-mm
Tun!^"lR!paired New Spring Goods
Unite a number oi North \ ancouvei people attended Mrs
1.1 iter's lleiiver dance, held in
ilu* Lester hall laat Batnrdaj
evening, The yonngei members
ol llii parly looked Wt) prett)
in thei] coatnmea as Bower girla
Among those who went over,
wi re Mesd,urns Vei .nr, Schulu,
Wright .md Woods, who acted
t» chaperons, and Misses Pii-id
bouse, Verner, Martin, Vaudin,
Macnaghten, Archibald, Woodi
.Malum aud Heard.
Satisfaction (marantecd
WILLIAM LINT
PRACTICAL TUNER & REPAIRER
■I'.uw, II   1 ith it., w Forbes ave.
P, C. will receivt prompt attention.
NOTICE
.Notice l.s herein givi II Unit al
i st sitting ol in board ol
Licensing Conunisaionera lm
ths citj ol North Vancouver, I
intend to appl lor .1 retail bottle luelisc la*: the pnuuses, sit
tiate on lot -'-', bloik is:, D.L.
271, on i.-i stieet east, near St
Dawd s avenue.
(Signed) CHAS. A. MEE
Dated at North Vancouver,
Im i>inary „>, 1910. tyib
DR. H. B. HOWELL
OPTICIAN
1    B in ird   Daaatariun, MHO
I,**■■tfi-.t -1.. \ a** invar,
Ki-1 iikm 1 I'ii..m number 111 North
\ iinoiiver
APPLES
iiei your supply now,
Prices steadily advancing,
No.  1   Okanagan
Spys $2 75
Kings 2.25
Winesaps 3*00
Good Cookers 1,85
Our Eresh Meat
Department
'.ui supply sll kinds ot Fresh
Mr.it, quality guaranteed
Prompt delivery
Give ns a trial.
C. R. HICKMAN
Groceries and Meats
Arriving Every Daij
NEW CURTAIN MAIIRULS
Art Muslim*, all colors, per yard 10c
Art Muslins, better grade, per yard  15c
White Madrai. fine quality, per yard 26c
14 in. White Madras, per yard -'Wc
Dotted CurUin Muslin, per yard   9c
Same aa above, all designs, per yard  Uic
Frilled Curtain Muslin, 10c
Kxtra Wide Frilled Muslin, per yard  -oc
Singer sewing machines and accessories
always nn hand, call and get prices and
tiiins, also sold on t-asv payment system.
J. J. McALEECE
KEITH BWCK    LONSDALE AVENUE
PHONE 93
Cleared Lots
In Block 33A, D.L. 330
These lots are all on gradedstreete. In fine neighborhood.
Close to park and grand boulevard. Water, telephone, electric light.
Price* $600 to $700
lAb\ TERM*
S.GINTZBURGER
■ LIMITED-
THE NORTH VANCOUVER SPECIALIST
163 Cordova Street, Vancouver, B. C.
I". O. BOX SS«.
A Good Many Parents in litis City have said "I
wish I had had the opportunity of learning the
l'iatto when I was young'' so
Be Fair to Your Children
And give them the chance vou vourstdf would have
liked.
Tuition of Pianoforte and Organ
by competent teachers at reasonable charges. Special rates for
School Children.       -.       :       :
North Vancouver Piano Co. & School of Music
Address--443 Lonsdale Avenue Phone 114
ARE YOL GOING TO BUILD ?
Come to us for the money unci repay it
to suit yourself
BY MONTHLY OR YEARLY SUMS
WE HAVE A LARGE LIST OF CHOICE LOTS FOR SALE
JOHN  ALEXANDER & CO.
REAL  ESTATE   BROKERS
121 Lonsdale Avenue
NORTH  VANCOUVER
\\' have noe S Ure,e list ol close in citv lots and several
parcels ol   screegc   ia the   Lynn   Valley   and Capilano
districts    .
I ■ put mouth by been sverj successful oaa for us
ninl wi leel sure that investor* and tin* pulilic will continue to place confident, in u*
CALI   AND SEE OUR LISTS
lluqhe* £> Phillipo
i n    P.O Bos 75. Lonsdale Au
Cash Grocery
and General More
Wf ■>•♦•» ♦•♦♦'•♦♦»■>■> t%*9*9*9*9¥9*y*9*9*9*9*
Tbei) all trade at home
Building Paper
Carpet Felt
Ready Koolini*
Coal Tai
Rooting Pitch
Shingle Stain   a
variety of color*,.
Get our prices on
Fresh Groceries
and Candies
Wm. e* C. I. HALL ________
n
i
•
Although people come down the hill it don't
s;iv they go to Vancouvei to buy Groceries
They never pas*
McMILLAN'iS
l l
I ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦—i iimmni iiinniiiMtinii(!4»
I HII lllllll MH llllll IIIIIIUtlHlllllllHlUMIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIIHI
.m4-H..*-,-H.H UH 111111111 I IIII H 1111 > 11111 H 111 M 1111 l-H-K
Who Carries 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
VI ARK aOUt AGENTS tOB
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.
PHONE 6
IIIMIMMIHIIIIIIIIMII Mi...,-,"■
HENRY I   I   BVBS AND PEkCY KING
67 (Q. 69 Lonsdale   Avenue
l-W4+-H4*+*M-H
NORTH VANCOUVER
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